New Marine Products Splash Into Sony's Mobile Lineup

New CD Receiver offers high-quality sound and SiriusXM connectivity at an affordable price

PR Newswire
SAN DIEGO
Oct 17, 2011

SAN DIEGO, Oct. 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Sony is adding a new CD Receiver and two speaker packages to its Marine audio lineup, providing more premium sound options for boat owners. The CDX-M20 Marine CD Receiver offers users easy connectivity to SiriusXM satellite radio, as well as MP3 players and MP3/WMA song file playback from a recorded CD while out on the water. The XS-MP1611 and XS-MP1621 speakers are both ruggedized and optimized for marine applications.

The new CDX-M20 Marine CD Receiver features SiriusXM compatibility, using the new SXV100 SiriusXM Connect Vehicle Tuner Kit (sold separately, XM subscription required). The compact SiriusXM vehicle tuner has a simple connection, providing integration of SiriusXM in an inexpensive and easy-to-install package.

The CDX-M20 also includes a built-in equalizer and powerful 52Wx4 high power amplifier, providing superior sound quality. The easy-to-read single line LCD display shows clock, station ID and track data while the front auxiliary input allows users to connect almost any portable audio device to the sound system. The UV resistant front panel coating protects the faceplate, helping to prevent discoloration from the sun. The unit's conformal circuit board coating protects it from damage resulting from contamination, salt spray, moisture, fungus and dust associated with harsh or extreme environments it is expected to be used in. Blue key illumination helps users locate buttons quickly during evening playback.

Both the XS-MP1611 and XS-MP1621 speakers are UV coated and salt water resistant to provide great sound and durability in harsh marine applications. The XS-MP1611 dual cone speakers feature a removable grille and boast 65 Watts CEA2031 RMS power and 140 Watts maximum power. The XS-MP1621 2-way speakers provide additional power handling and increased sound output, featuring 70 Watts CEA2031 RMS power and 160 Watts maximum power.

The CDX-M20 Marine CD Receiver will be available in January 2012 and both speakers will be available in December 2011, at the following suggested retail prices:


    CDX-M20:   $140
    XS-MP1611:  $70
    XS-MP1621: $130

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SiriusXM and all related marks and logos are trademarks of Sirius XM Radio Inc. and its subsidiaries.

SOURCE Sony Electronics

SOURCE: Sony Electronics

New Marine Products Splash Into Sony's Mobile Lineup New CD Receiver offers high-quality sound and SiriusXM connectivity at an affordable price

PR Newswire

SAN DIEGO, Oct. 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Sony is adding a new CD Receiver and two speaker packages to its Marine audio lineup, providing more premium sound options for boat owners. The CDX-M20 Marine CD Receiver offers users easy connectivity to SiriusXM satellite radio, as well as MP3 players and MP3/WMA song file playback from a recorded CD while out on the water.  The XS-MP1611 and XS-MP1621 speakers are both ruggedized and optimized for marine applications.

The new CDX-M20 Marine CD Receiver features SiriusXM compatibility, using the new SXV100 SiriusXM Connect Vehicle Tuner Kit (sold separately, XM subscription required). The compact SiriusXM vehicle tuner has a simple connection, providing integration of SiriusXM in an inexpensive and easy-to-install package.

The CDX-M20 also includes a built-in equalizer and powerful 52Wx4 high power amplifier, providing superior sound quality. The easy-to-read single line LCD display shows clock, station ID and track data while the front auxiliary input allows users to connect almost any portable audio device to the sound system. The UV resistant front panel coating protects the faceplate, helping to prevent discoloration from the sun. The unit's conformal circuit board coating protects it from damage resulting from contamination, salt spray, moisture, fungus and dust associated with harsh or extreme environments it is expected to be used in.  Blue key illumination helps users locate buttons quickly during evening playback.

Both the XS-MP1611 and XS-MP1621 speakers are UV coated and salt water resistant to provide great sound and durability in harsh marine applications. The XS-MP1611 dual cone speakers feature a removable grille and boast 65 Watts CEA2031 RMS power and 140 Watts maximum power. The XS-MP1621 2-way speakers provide additional power handling and increased sound output, featuring 70 Watts CEA2031 RMS power and 160 Watts maximum power.

The CDX-M20 Marine CD Receiver will be available in January 2012 and both speakers will be available in December 2011, at the following suggested retail prices:

CDX-M20:

 $140

XS-MP1611:

 $70

XS-MP1621:

 $130



For images and information, please visit www.sony.com/news.

SiriusXM and all related marks and logos are trademarks of Sirius XM Radio Inc. and its subsidiaries.

SOURCE Sony Electronics

CONTACT: Maya Wasserman of Sony Electronics, Inc, +1-858-942-2681, Maya.wasserman@am.sony.com

Web Site: http://www.sony.com/news


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