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Fusion Apollo Series 60 Watt 2 Channel Marine Amplifier

Fusion Apollo Series 60 Watt 2 Channel Marine Amplifier
    Fusion Apollo Series 60 Watt 2 Channel Marine Amplifier
    Purchase Fusion Apollo Series 60 Watt 2 Channel Marine Amplifier
    • SKU: 010-02569-00
    • $179.99

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    Please note that this amplifier will only work with Fusion Apollo Series head units. Please see the compatibility list below.

    The Fusion Apollo Series 2 channel amplifier is considered a "Zone" amplifier and allows you to add a zone to your Fusion Apollo series head unit when you are powering your speakers directly off of your radio.

    Most of the time, when you are powering speakers directly off of your radio, you connect 4 speakers to your head unit, and the radio controls everything. But, what if you want to add another zone and have separate control over that zone?

    The zone outputs on your Fusion Marine radio are not powered, they are pre-amp or low-level RCA pre-outs. In order to get power to those speakers in the additional zone, you need an amplifier. This is where the Fusion Apollo 2 channel amplifier comes in.

    This amp is capable of powering 4 Fusion speakers in the extra zone while delivering similar power as your Apollo series head unit.

    • Easy Installation - The Apollo Series amplifiers are designed for easy installation when using a Fusion Apollo head unit. Everything is controlled via the Fusion Link app. You program what you have and the app, amplifier, and head unit work together to adjust and optimize the settings for your configuration.
    • Affordable Way to Add a Zone - If you don't have external amplifiers and you are running your speakers off of your radio, this small amp gives you power and control without breaking the bank and without requiring you to add a separate head unit.
    • Similar Power to Your Fusion Head Unit - With 20 watts RMS at 4 Ohms and 30 watts RMS at 2 ohms, the power output of this amp is going to be very similar to your Fusion head unit. This makes it easy and you don't have to worry about one zone overpowering the other.
    • Connect up to 4 Speakers - The Apollo zone amp is 2 ohm stable which allows you to connect four speakers to a 2 channel amp.
    • Easy Tune DSP - The Easy Tune DSP takes the guesswork out of the process when tuning your amp. Program your setup, tell the amp which speakers are located in which zones, it syncs with the head unit, and you are good to go. Check out the video and configuration information below.
    • Fusion Apollo Head Unit Required - You will need a Fusion Apollo series head unit for this amplifier to work properly. Check the compatibility list below. We also recommend using this amp with Fusion speakers. The app will ask you which speakers you have installed and the only options listed are Fusion speakers.
    Compatible Head Units
    • Fusion Apollo RA770
    • Fusion Apollo RA670
    • Fusion Apollo WB670
    • Fusion MS-RA210
    • Fusion Marine Zone Stereo
    Configuring the Amplifier

    To configure the amplifier for use with your stereo and speakers, you must use the Fusion-Link app to set up the DSP profile after you have completed the connections.

    1. Follow the instructions in your stereo owner's manual to download the Fusion-Link app and connect it to the stereo. **Make Sure You Connect the Amplifier to the Head Unit First**
    2. Select the appropriate amplifier, speakers, and/or subwoofer(s) for each zone in the Fusion-Link app.
    3. Follow the instructions in the Fusion-Link app to select a configured profile for the connected amplifier, speakers, and/or subwoofer(s).
    4. Send the DSP profile to the connected stereo and test the sound.
    5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until the audio system sounds satisfactory.

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