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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-02-2009, 09:53 PM Thread Starter
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Ipod head unit ***special***

Here is our Stimulus Plan for the Peeps on this Forum...

After a successful run with these head unit I made a special deal with the factory and we want to pass on the savings to all of you!!! These units are very versatile as we use them as Zone 1 and Zone 2 for the front and rear speakers and it loud... You can interface Zone 4 for the intercom so you can enjoy music as you drive around, this allows you to kill the front and rear speaks and just control the intercom volume. Also it has low level outputs for amps and SUB out on all zones.

The first Stereo Unit in the world to feature true internal iPod docking. Your iPod actually sits inside a waterproof drawer in the Stereo Unit, and is completely protected from the harsh elements. The Stereo Unit also features true iPod integration, enabling complete control and navigation of iPod functions from the Stereo Unit menu. Also has AM/FM, Sirius interface, and AUX input.


Some Specs's
•World First Internal iPod Dock
•Powerful 70W x 4 (Max)
•Multi-Zone Control
•Complies with IP65 Waterproof and Dust Standard
•Large rotary encoder and rubber buttons for simple operation with gloves

Currently compatible with the following iPod models:
iPod touch Gen1 and Gen 2
iPod classic Gen5 (30GB, 60GB, 80GB) Gen6 (80GB, 160GB) and Gen 7
iPod nano Gen2, Gen3 and Gen 4

True Waterproof Design
Complies with IP65 waterproof and dust standards on both the front and rear of the unit

True Power Saving
High output efficiency and low battery drain through the latest D-Class Amplifier technology

- Complies with IP65 Waterproof and Dust Standard
- Direct access source control
- Fully integrated iPod user interface
- Electronic bass / treble / balance control
- 4 zone configurable
- Zone sub woofer level control
- Variable back light illumination
- Rotary encoder volume control
- 12/24 hour Clock
- Available in both grey and white
- Remote Head Available
- 3 Year Warranty

The MS-IP500 is compatible with the Sirius Connect Universal Tuner

MSRP $ 399,95
FORUM SPECIAL $ 345.95

Bundle with SSV POD and FUSIOPN WaterProof Speakers.

2 Front Pods with Fusion Speaker add $ 224.95
or
2 Rear Pods with Fusion Speakers add $ 224.95

OR Complete Package for $ 785.95
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-02-2009, 10:14 PM
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Pretty cool idea. I watched the video on the fusion site and it works good. I still would not put a full unit on my rhino as I like my set up with the JL audio line driver. I give kudos to Fusion and a lot of people here will eat this unit up!
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Pretty cool idea. I watched the video on the fusion site and it works good. I still would not put a full unit on my rhino as I like my set up with the JL audio line driver. I give kudos to Fusion and a lot of people here will eat this unit up!

Thanks...

It been a solid unit for us and its been in water, mud, and heavy dust without any issue to the unit or the Ipod. The whole rear end of the unit is sealed from the element, my Rhino boiled over and hot antifreeze spilled all over the unit and my leg. We just hosed it off and no issue to date....
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Thanks...

It been a solid unit for us and its been in water, mud, and heavy dust without any issue to the unit or the Ipod. The whole rear end of the unit is sealed from the element, my Rhino boiled over and hot antifreeze spilled all over the unit and my leg. We just hosed it off and no issue to date....
I would post on Rhinoforums.net too.
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I would post on Rhinoforums.net too.

Would love to but not a paying vendor...

Feel free to spread the word...
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Are you gonna? There are lots of rednecks and others who are big fans of having units on their Rhino's.
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Im looking at possibly getting the radio, and front speaker pod things, my question is can i put this radio in a regular like cb radio holder thing instead of cutting into the dash and mounting like you have it listed on your sight.
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