Navico SonicHub2 – Bluetooth Audio Streaming and SiriusXM Connectivity!
Compatible with Lowrance's Complete line of HDS Live, Carbon, Gen2Touch and HDS Gen3 Units as well as Simrad's GO, NSS evo2, NSO evo2, GO7 and B&G Zeus and Vulcan 7 Units the SonicHub provides on the water control of Audio and Video Playback.
The SonicHub 2 from Navico allows the user to stream music from a Smartphone or Tablet, listen to AM/FM (Antenna Required/Sold Separately), playback from a USB drive even SiruisXM Connectivity with the addition of a WM4 Siruis Receiver. NMEA2000 Compatible, the SonicHub2 integrates with your existing NMEA2000 backbone and provides full control from a compatible MFD. Two USB Ports allow connection and charging of multiple devices and even supports USB Video Playback.
Speakers and Antenna's (AM/FM/SiruisXM) all sold separately.
Size: 7.6"W x 2.44"H x 3.54"D
- Bluetooth Audio Streaming from Smartphone or Tablet
- Compatible with Navico’s WM-4 Sirius ReceiverNMEA2000 Connections
- Composite RCA for Video Output
- 50W x 4 Amplifier
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