Milennia MR50 stereo

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The Milennia MR50 stereo from Prospec Electronics can be mounted where it was once impossible because of space constraints, according to the company.

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The stereo has a depth of only 4 inches, with a face plate measuring 7-3/8 by 2-1/4 inches. Operating at 4 by 40 watts, the Milennia MR50 is an AM/FM portable media receiver with an ergonomic rotary-style volume knob and auxiliary SD (secure digital) and USB inputs on the front panel. The stereo, a versatile PLL (phase locked looped) tuner, is equipped with 18 FM and 12 AM station presets. It also offers outputs for adding an additional amplifier. An optional cover is available for protection from the elements. MSRP is $79.95. Contact: Prospec Electronics, (843) 849-9037. www.prospecelectronics.com

This article originally appeared in the October 2009 issue.

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