KICKER KMC10 Marine Digital Media Receiver/Radio/Stereo+Bluetooth/USB+25′ Cable

May 18, 2017 - Comment

The KMC10 features up to 200 watts of built-in power, AM/FM/Weather Band, charging USB plug and two sets of RCA outputs. This Media Center is custom made for life on the water! With dual source, dual zone control you keep the fun going all around the boat. Change the volume on the tower speakers, change

The KMC10 features up to 200 watts of built-in power, AM/FM/Weather Band, charging USB plug and two sets of RCA outputs. This Media Center is custom made for life on the water!
With dual source, dual zone control you keep the fun going all around the boat. Change the volume on the tower speakers, change the station on the deck, or go from Bluetooth audio to satellite radio everywhere – all with the touch of a button.

Features:

KICKER KMC10 Gauge Hole Marine Digital Media Receiver/Radio/Stereo+Bluetooth/USB 
Full-Color LCD with Day/Night Modes
IPX6 Certification
Fits in Gauge Opening
Uses USB, RCA, AM/FM, Weatherband and Bluetooth Audio Sources
iOS/Smartphone Compatible with Charging Capability
Automatic Low Voltage Sensor
Compatible with PXiRCX & KRC15 Remote Commander
KICKER KMCEXT25 Extension Cable For KMC20 Media Center Controller 
Processor-to-Display Extension for KMC20
25-Foot Cable

Product Features

  • KICKER KMC10 Gauge Hole Marine Digital Media Receiver/Radio/Stereo+Bluetooth/USB . Full-Color LCD with Day/Night Modes. IPX6 Certification. Fits in Gauge Opening.
  • Uses USB, RCA, AM/FM, Weatherband and Bluetooth Audio Sources. iOS/Smartphone Compatible with Charging Capability.
  • Automatic Low Voltage Sensor. Compatible with PXiRCX & KRC15 Remote Commander
  • KICKER KMCEXT25 Extension Cable For KMC20 Media Center Controller. Processor-to-Display Extension for KMC20. 25-Foot Cable. 
  • Why waste precious battery power, when the KMC never forgets! Even if you disconnect the Media Center from the battery, all of your carefully chosen preferences stay intact. Custom source names, favorites and even radio presets are right where (and how) you left them.

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