Garmin Marine brings high quality audio to the boat with Apollo WB675 marine stereo

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Garmin Apollo WB675
Garmin Apollo WB675

Even on a boat, needless to say, music is often a more than enjoyable, even an indispensable, element for some. In this regard, a solution to be able to have it with you clearly can always be found but, a good system, it necessarily makes all the difference. For those who cannot give up even quality, then,
Garmin Marine
responds with a new product, theApollo WB675, a compact marine stereo that was created to offer an optimal audio experience while being able to rely on Garmin sound quality, with the option of having four separate audio zones.

Garmin – Apollo WB675

New to the brand for 2023, the new Apollo WB675 inherits key audio innovations and technological innovation from the previous Apollo RA670, redesigned in a compact, space-saving form factor to free up the console. There is, of course, no shortage of remote control, which can be integrated to both one’s smart devices, Garmin Watches and onboard multifunction displays.

Garmin Apollo WB675

Details

In terms of operation, Garmin’s new Apollo uses digital signal processing (DSP) technology to optimize the audio signal supplied to the Fusion system and thus produce superior audio quality at every volume level and in every listening environment-regarding the latter, audio profiles can be individually customized for each target zone.

Garmin Apollo WB675
Garmin Marine – Apollo WB675

As for installation, Apollo can be placed virtually anywhere by virtue of its compact design and since it features audio profiles that can be connected to Fusion remotes, multifunctionals, or Garmin smartwatches, taking advantage of NMEA 2000 connections. In addition, like every Garmin Marine product, this stereo has undergone careful design and development so that it can withstand the challenging marine conditions where moisture, salt spray, or extreme heat (imagine the dashboard one August day in the sun) are the order of the day.

For more information, please visit the official channels
Garmin Marine
.


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