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FUSION MS-RA210 Marine Stereo Owner Manual

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About Fusion

Table of Contents

Introducing the Fusion MS-RA210 Stereo Entertainment System – a cutting-edge marine audio solution designed for ultimate performance and versatility. Delivering powerful sound in a compact form, this system boasts advanced features, including Bluetooth connectivity, multi-zone control, and a user-friendly interface. Elevate your marine audio experience with the Fusion MS-RA210– where innovation meets seamless entertainment on the water.

Getting Started

WARNING
See the Important Safety and Product Information guide in the product box for product warnings and other important information.

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Entering Text

  • In a field that allows you to enter text, select to erase the existing characters.
  • If necessary, select or use numerals, symbols, or lower-case letters when available.
  • Turn the dial to choose a character, and press the dial to select it.
  • Select to save the new text.

Using the Dial to Select Items
You can use the dial to highlight and select items on the screen.

  • Turn the dial to highlight an item on the screen.
  • Press the dial to select the highlighted option.

Stereo Screen
The information displayed on the screen varies depending on the source selected. This example shows the device playing a track on a device connected using Bluetooth® wireless technology.FUSION MS-RA210 Marine Stereo Owner Manual-fig 5

Naming the Device

You should provide a unique name for this device so you can easily identify it when viewing devices on the network

NOTE: You should provide unique names for all of the devices and zones on the network to avoid confusion when grouping, controlling, and setting up stereos and zones. You should also turn off zones that are not in use

  • Select  > SETTINGS.
  • Select DEVICE NAME, and select an option:
    • Select a pre-defined name from the list.
    • Select CUSTOM NAME, and enter a unique name for the device.

Setting the Home Zone
The home zone is the speaker zone that you adjust by default when you turn the dial.

  • Select  > SETTINGS.
  • Select ZONE > ASSIGN HOME ZONE.
  • Select a zone.

Selecting a Source

  • Select.
  • Turn the dial to highlight a source.
  • Press the dial to select the source.

Adjusting the Backlight and Dial Brightness

NOTE: If you connect the dim wire on the wiring harness to the boat’s illumination wire, the backlight and dial dim automatically when the boat lights are on. This may affect how you adjust the brightness setting.

  • Select  > BRIGHTNESS.
  • Adjust the brightness level.

Audio Control

Adjusting the Volume

  • Turn the dial to adjust the volume for the home zone on the stereo.
  • If necessary, press the dial to switch between zones.

Adjusting the Subwoofer Level
You can adjust the subwoofer level for each zone.

  • Press the dial, and select a zone with a connected subwoofer.
  • Press and hold the dial.
    The SUB LEVEL adjustment for the zone appears.
  • Adjust the subwoofer level and press the dial to set it.

Adjusting the Tone

  • Select  > AUDIO.
  • Select the zone to adjust.
  • Press the dial to select a tone.
  • Adjust the tone level and press the dial to set it.

Disabling the Loud Setting for a Zone
The LOUD setting maintains frequency response at low volumes and increases perceived loudness at high volumes. This setting is enabled by default in all zones.

  • Select  > AUDIO.
  • Select a zone to adjust.
  • Select LOUD to clear the check box.

Adjusting the Gain for an Auxiliary Device
You can adjust the gain for a connected auxiliary device to achieve a volume level similar to that of other media sources. You can adjust the gain in 1 dB increments.

  • Select an auxiliary source.
  • Select an option:
    • To increase the gain, select
    • To decrease the gain, select.

NOTE: To achieve the best audio quality when using a portable media player with headphone output, it may be necessary to adjust the volume control on the media player, instead of adjusting the gain.

Speaker Zones
You can group speakers in one area into a speaker zone. This enables you to control the audio level of the zones individually. For example, you could make the audio quieter in the cabin and louder on deck. You can set the balance, volume limit, tone, subwoofer frequency, and name for each zone, and configure other zone-specific settings.

DSP Settings
This stereo features digital signal processing (DSP). You can select pre-configured DSP settings for Fusion® speakers and amplifiers to optimize audio reproduction in their installed locations.

Configuring the DSP Settings
You must download and install the Fusion-Link remote control app on your compatible Apple® or Androiddevice before you can configure the DSP settings. You can configure the DSP settings to optimize the sound in each zone with the installed speakers, amplifiers, and environment.

  1. From the settings menu on your Apple or Android device, connect to the stereo using Bluetooth technology.
  2. Open the Fusion-Link remote control app on your compatible Apple or Android device.
  3. If necessary, select the stereo you want to configure.
  4. Select.
  5. If necessary, select the MUSIC
  6. Select a zone.
  7. Select DSP SETTINGS.
  8. Configure the DSP settings as needed, depending on the models of Fusion speakers and amplifiers connected to the zone.
  9. Repeat these steps for each zone.
  10. After you have finished configuring the DSP settings for all zones, select an option:
    • On an Apple device, select  > SEND DSP SETTINGS
    • On an Android device, select  > Zone > SEND DSP SETTINGS.

Automatic Volume Adjustment Based on Speed

If your stereo is connected to an NMEA 2000® network with a device that provides speed information such as an engine, chart plotter, GPS antenna, water speed sensor, or wind speed sensor, you can set the stereo to adjust the volume automatically based on the selected speed source (Enabling Automatic Volume Adjustment Based on Speed, page 20).

For example, if a chartplotter with an internal GPS antenna or a stand-alone GPS antenna is on the same NMEA 2000 network as the stereo and you set the SPEED SOURCE to SPEED OVER GROUND, the volume increases as your speed increases.

NOTE: When the volume increases to adjust for speed, the actual volume output changes, but the volume-level indicator bar and number stay the same.

For more information about connecting the stereo to an NMEA 2000 network, see the installation instructions for your stereo.

Media Player Connection

CAUTION

  • Always disconnect your media player from the stereo when not in use and do not leave it in your vessel. This can help reduce the risk of theft and damage from extreme temperatures.
  • Do not remove the media player or use your stereo in a distracting manner while operating the vessel. Check and obey all marine laws in association with use.

NOTICE

  • It is the user’s responsibility to comply with all applicable laws and ordinances associated with the use of this device. Garmin® is not responsible for any fines, penalties, or damages that you may incur for failing to abide by any such laws and ordinances.
  • The stereo accepts a variety of media players, including smartphones and other mobile devices. You can connect a compatible media player using a Bluetooth wireless connection or a USB connection to the USB port.

Bluetooth Device Playback

You can pair the stereo to up to eight Bluetooth media devices. You can control the playback using the stereo controls on all Bluetooth devices, and on some devices, you can browse the music collection from the menu on the stereo. On Bluetooth devices that do not support media browsing, you should select the song or playlist on the media device. The availability of song information such as song title, artist name, track duration, and album art depends on the capability of the media player and music application.

Connecting a Compatible Bluetooth Device

You can play media from a compatible Bluetooth device using the Bluetooth wireless connection. You can control the music playback with the media app on a Bluetooth device or using the Fusion-Link remote control app 

  1. Select the BLUETOOTH
  2. Select > BLUETOOTH > CONNECTIONS > DISCOVERABLE to make the stereo visible to your compatible Bluetooth device.
  3. Enable Bluetooth on your compatible Bluetooth device.
  4. Bring the compatible Bluetooth device within 10 m (33 ft.) of the stereo.
  5. On your compatible Bluetooth device, search for Bluetooth devices.
  6. On your compatible Bluetooth device, select the stereo from the list of detected devices.
    NOTE: The stereo appears in the Bluetooth device list as the device name (the default name is MS-RA210 unless it was changed in the settings).
  7. On your compatible Bluetooth device, follow the on-screen instructions to pair and connect to the discovered stereo. When pairing, your compatible Bluetooth device may ask you to confirm a code on the stereo. The stereo does not display a code, but it does connect correctly when you confirm the message on the Bluetooth device.
  8. If your compatible Bluetooth device does not immediately connect to the stereo, repeat steps 1 through 7.

NOTE: If another Bluetooth device is already playing music on the stereo, connecting a new device will not interrupt playback. You must select the newly added device if you want to use it instead. The DISCOVERABLE setting is disabled automatically after two minutes.

NOTE: On some Bluetooth devices, adjusting the volume on the device affects the volume level on the stereo.

Bluetooth Range Information
The stereo and Bluetooth wireless devices have a range of 10 m (33 ft.). For optimal performance, the Bluetooth wireless device should also have a clear line of sight to the stereo.

Selecting a Different Bluetooth Device
When you have more than one Bluetooth device paired to the stereo, you can select a different device when needed. You can pair the stereo with up to eight Bluetooth devices.

  • With the BLUETOOTH source selected, select  > BLUETOOTH > CONNECTIONS > PAIRED DEVICES.
  • Select a Bluetooth device.

Bluetooth Device Playback

Bluetooth Source Menu and Settings

  • With the BLUETOOTH source selected, select  > BLUETOOTH.

NOTE: The options in this menu vary based on the connected device.

  • CONNECTIONS > DISCOVERABLE: Allows the stereo to be visible to Bluetooth devices. You can turn off this setting to prevent possible interruption to audio after pairing a Bluetooth device to the stereo.
  • CONNECTIONS > PAIRED DEVICES: Shows a list of Bluetooth devices paired with the stereo. You can select a device in the list to connect it to the stereo if it is in range.
  • CONNECTIONS > REMOVE DEVICE: Remove the Bluetooth device from the stereo. To listen to audio from this Bluetooth device again, you must pair the device again.

NOTE: You should also remove the stereo from the list of paired devices on your Bluetooth device to avoid connection issues when pairing the device again.

  • REPEAT: Sets the repeat mode for the current selection (Apple devices only). You can repeat the current selection by selecting the REPEAT ONE option. You can repeat all items in the selection by selecting the REPEAT ALL option.
  • SHUFFLE: Shuffles the tracks in the folder, album, or playlist (Apple devices only).
  • PLAYLIST: Displays the playlists on the device (Apple devices only).
  • ARTISTS: Displays the artists on the device (Apple devices only).
  • ALBUMS: Displays the albums on the device (Apple devices only).
  • GENRES: Displays the genres of music on the device (Apple devices only).
  • SONGS: Displays the songs on the device (Apple devices only).

Disabling Bluetooth Auto Connection

By default, the stereo automatically reconnects to the last connected Bluetooth device when you turn it on. You can disable this setting.

  •        Select > SETTINGS > SOURCE > BLUETOOTH > AUTO CONNECT.

When the AUTO CONNECT checkbox is clear, the stereo will not attempt to automatically reconnect to a Bluetooth device. When this feature is disabled, you must select a Bluetooth device manually to connect it 

USB Device Playback

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You can control the playback using the stereo controls on all USB devices, and on some devices, you can browse the music collection from the menu on the stereo. On USB devices that do not support media browsing, you should select the song or playlist on the media device. The availability of song information such as song title, artist name, and track duration depends on the capability of the media player and music application.

USB Device Compatibility

You can use a USB flash drive or the USB cable included with your media player to connect a media player or mobile device to the USB port.

  • The stereo is compatible with iAP2 Apple devices such as the iPhone® Xs Max, iPhone Xs, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone SE, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, and iPod touch® (6th generation).
  • The stereo is compatible with Android devices that support MTP mode.

The stereo is compatible with media players and other USB mass storage devices, including USB flash drives. Music on USB drives must meet these conditions:

  • The music files must be formatted as MP3, AAC (.m4a), or FLAC, files.
  • If you connect a portable hard drive, you must connect it to an external power source. The USB port on this stereo cannot provide power for a portable hard drive.
  • The USB mass storage device must be formatted using one of the following systems:
    • Microsoft®: NTFS, VFAT, FAT[1], MSDOS
    • Apple: HFS, HFSPLUS 
    • Linux: EXT2, EXT3, EX4

Connecting a USB Device
You can connect a USB device to the USB port on the stereo.

  • Locate the USB port on the back of the stereo.
  • Connect the USB device to the USB port.

Controlling Music Playback on a USB Flash Drive or Media Player

  • Connect a compatible USB flash drive or media player to the stereo.
  • Select the USB
  • Select  > USB.
  • Select the name of the USB device.
  • Browse the music files on the device and begin playback.
    You can use the stereo controls to select, play, pause, and skip tracks.

TIP: If the USB media player has a screen and controls, you can use the controls on the USB media player to control playback.

Controlling Music Playback on a Connected Android Device
You can connect an Android device to the stereo using a USB cable to play media files stored on the Android device. To play media from an app on the Android device, you should connect the device using Bluetooth technology instead 

  1. Connect a compatible Android device to the stereo using an appropriate USB cable.
  2. If necessary, enable USB file transfer or MTP on your Android device.
    See the documentation available for your Android device for more information.
  3. Select the MTP source on the stereo.
  4. Select  > MTP.
  5. Browse the music files on the Android device and begin playback.

You can use the stereo controls to select, play, pause, and skip tracks.

Controlling Music Playback on a Connected Apple Device

  1. Connect a compatible iAP2 Apple device to the stereo using USB.
  2. Select the iPod source on the stereo.
  3. Launch a music application on the connected Apple device, and begin playback.

You can use the music application on the Apple device or you can use the stereo controls to browse the music library and select, play, pause, and skip tracks.

USB Source Settings
With a USB device connected and a USB source selected, select, then select USB, iPOD, or MTP.

NOTE: You can browse the files on the device using this menu. The options in this menu vary based on the connected device.

  • REPEAT: For a USB or MTP source, select to start playing the tracks in the list from the beginning after the last track has been played. For an iPod source, select REPEAT ONE to repeat the current track, or select REPEAT ALL to start playing the tracks in the folder, album, or playlist from the beginning after the last track has played.
  • SHUFFLE: For a USB or MTP source, select to randomly play the tracks in the list. For an iPod source, select to randomly play the tracks in the folder, album, or playlist.

Radio

  • To listen to AM or FM radio, you must have a suitable marine AM/FM antenna properly connected to the stereo and be within range of a broadcasting station. For instructions on connecting an AM/FM antenna, see the stereo installation instructions.
  • To listen to SiriusXM® radio, you must have the appropriate equipment and subscriptions. For instructions on connecting a SiriusXM Connect Vehicle Tuner, see the stereo installation instructions.
  • To listen to DAB stations, you must have the appropriate equipment. For instructions on connecting a DAB adapter and antenna, see the installation instructions provided with your adapter and antenna.

Setting the Tuner Region
You must select the region you are in to receive AM and FM stations properly. If you are connected to a compatible SiriusXM tuner and antenna, and have a subscription (USA only), you must select the region you are in to receive SiriusXM stations properly.

NOTE: SiriusXM service is not available in all regions.

  • You must select the region you are in to receive DAB stations properly.

NOTE: You must connect a compatible DAB module and antenna (not included), to receive DAB stations.

DAB stations are not available in all regions.

  1. Select  > SETTINGS.
  2. Select TUNER REGION.
  3. Select the region you are in.

Changing the Radio Station

  • Select an applicable source, such as FM.
  • Select repeatedly to move through the tuning modes, and select an option:
    • Select AUTO to scan and stop on the next available station.
    • Select MANUAL to select a station manually.
    • Select PRESET to select a saved station preset.
  • Select or tune to the station. When in MANUAL tuning mode, you can hold or quickly advance through the stations.

SiriusXM Satellite Radio

Only SiriusXM brings you more of what you love to listen to, all in one place. Get over 140 channels, including commercial-free music plus the best sports, news, talk, comedy, and entertainment. Welcome to the world of satellite radio. A SiriusXM Vehicle Tuner and subscription are required. For more information, go to www .siriusxm.com.

Setting the Tuner Region for the SiriusXM Source
You must set the stereo to use the USA tuner region before you can listen to SiriusXM Satellite Radio.

  • Select  > SETTINGS > TUNER REGION > USA.

Locating the SiriusXM Radio ID
You must have the radio ID of your SiriusXM Connect Tuner before you can activate your SiriusXM subscription. You can locate the SiriusXM Radio ID on the back of the SiriusXM Connect Tuner or its packaging, or by tuning your stereo to channel 0. With the SiriusXM source selected,

  • select  > SiriusXM > CHANNELS > ALL CHANNELS > 000 RADIO ID.

The SiriusXM Radio ID does not include the letters I, O, S, or F.

Activating a SiriusXM Subscription

  1. With the SiriusXM source selected, tune to channel 1.
    You should be able to hear the preview channel. If not, check the SiriusXM Connect Tuner and antenna installation and connections, and try again.
  2. Tune to channel 0 to locate the Radio ID.
  3. Contact SiriusXM listener care by phone at (866) 635-2349 or go to siriusxm.com/activatenow to subscribe in the United States. Contact SiriusXM by phone at (877) 438-9677 or go to www.siriusxm.ca /activates to subscribe in Canada.
  4. Provide the Radio ID. The activation process usually takes 10 to 15 minutes but can take up to an hour. For the SiriusXM Connect Tuner to receive the activation message, it must be turned on and receive the SiriusXM signal.
  5. If the service is not activated within the hour, go to http://care.siriusxm.com/refresh or contact SiriusXM Listener Care by phone at 1-866-635-2349.

Selecting a Category
You can control which categories of channels are available when using the CATEGORY tuning method.

  • With the SiriusXM source selected, select > SiriusXM > CATEGORY.
  • Select a category.

Using Replay Mode

  • You can use Replay Mode to control the playback of a SiriusXM broadcast.

NOTE: The device enables Replay Mode automatically when playing saved preset channels.

  • If necessary, hold to enable Replay Mode. A progress bar appears at the bottom of the screen.
  • Select an option:
    • Press to pause and resume playback.
    • Press or skip backward or forward in increments.
      NOTE: If you fast-forward or skip forward to the end of the progress bar, the stereo exits Replay Mode automatically.
    • Hold rewind or fast-forward the track.
    • Hold to exit Replay Mode.

Alerts

NOTE: The Artist, Song, and Game Alerts features are compatible with the SXV300 tuner (sold separately). Other tuners are compatible but may limit the features. Review the user manual supplied with your SiriusXM tuner to learn about features available with your tuner module.

Adding an Artist or Song Alert
You can set alerts for artists and songs so that when a particular song or a song from a particular artist begins to play on any music channel, you can quickly tune to that channel.

  • While a particular song or a song from a particular artist is playing, select  > SiriusXM > ADD ALERT > SAVE ARTIST/SONG.
  • Select the song or the artist.

Adding Teams for Game Alerts
You can set alerts for sports teams so that when a game featuring a saved team begins to play on any sports channel, you can quickly tune into that channel.

NOTE: A Game Alert is different than a SportsFlash alert. A Game Alert lets you know when a game begins, while a SportsFlash alert lets you know when an exciting play occurs during a game.

  • Select  > SiriusXM > ADD ALERT > GAME ALERT TEAMS.
  • Select a sports league.
  • Select a team to fill the check box and add a Game Alert.
  • Repeat steps 2 and 3 for each team you want to add to the list of Game Alerts.

Adding Teams from a Live Game

While listening to a game, you can quickly add a team playing to your list of Game Alert teams.

  1. While listening to a game on a channel, select > SiriusXM > ADD ALERT > SAVE TEAM. A list of teams playing in the current game appears.
  2. Select the team or teams to add to your list of Game Alert teams.

Viewing Active Alerts

You can review active Artists, Songs, and Game Alerts.

  • Select  > SiriusXM > ACTIVE ALERTS.
  • Select a category.

Managing Alerts
You can manage your saved alerts to select which ones you want to receive. You can delete saved alerts you do not want.

  • Select  > SiriusXM > SXM SETTINGS > ALERT MANAGEMENT.
  • Select an option:
    • To enable saved alerts for songs only, artists only, or games only, select ENABLE BY TYPES, and select a type.
    • To enable saved alerts for specific artists only, select ENABLE ARTISTS, and select the artists.
    • To enable saved alerts for specific songs only, select ENABLE SONGS, and select the songs.
    • To enable saved game alerts for specific teams, select ENABLE TEAMS, and select the teams.
    • To delete all saved alerts for songs, artists, or teams, select DELETE BY TYPES, and select a type.
    • To delete saved alerts for specific artists, select DELETE ARTISTS, and select the artists.
    • To delete saved alerts for specific songs, select DELETE SONGS, and select the songs.
    • To delete saved alerts for specific teams, select DELETE TEAMS, and select the teams.

TuneMix Feature

NOTE: The TuneMix feature is compatible with the SXV300 tuner (sold separately). Other tuners are compatible but may limit the features. Review the user manual supplied with your SiriusXM tuner to learn about features available with your tuner module.

Starting and Stopping a TuneMix Collection
Before you can start playing a TuneMix collection, you must create one (Creating and Customizing a TuneMix Collection, page 13).

The TuneMix feature enables you to mix your favorite music channels to create a custom listening experience.

  1. Select  > SiriusXM > TUNEMIX.
  2. Select a TuneMix collection.
    The stereo begins playing the TuneMix collection.
  3. To stop playing a TuneMix collection, select > CHANNELS, and select a channel.

The stereo stops playing the TuneMix collection and begins playing the selected channel.

Creating and Customizing a TuneMix Collection
You can create up to 10 unique TuneMix collections on the stereo.

NOTE: A TuneMix collection must include at least two of your favorite SiriusXM music channels.

  • Select  > SiriusXM > SXM SETTINGS > TUNEMIX SETUP.
  • Select a TuneMix collection.
  • Select a channel to fill the check box and add it to the TuneMix collection.
  • After you have finished customizing the TuneMix collection, select.
  • Repeat steps 2 through 4 for each TuneMix collection you want to customize.

SportsFlash Feature

The SportsFlash feature alerts you to key plays from your favorite teams during a live game. When an exciting play happens, a SportsFlash alert appears, and you can tune in to the broadcast and hear the play. When the SportsFlash alert ends, you can choose to return to the previous channel or remain tuned to the game. To receive SportsFlash alerts, your subscription package must include play-by-play sports channels for the sports leagues you want to include in the alerts.

NOTE: A SportsFlash is different than a Game Alert. A SportsFlash alert lets you know when an exciting play occurs during a game, while a Game Alert lets you know when a game begins.

NOTE: The SportsFlash feature is compatible with the SXV300 tuner (sold separately). Other tuners are compatible but may limit the features. Review the user manual supplied with your SiriusXM tuner to learn about features available with your tuner module.

Adding Teams to Receive SportsFlash Alerts

  • Select  > SiriusXM > SPORTSFLASH > TEAM SELECT.
  • Select a sports league.
  • Select a team to fill the check box and add a SportsFlash alert.
  • Repeat steps 2 and 3 for each team you want to add to the list of SportsFlash alerts.

Changing SportsFlash Team Priority

If more than one team for which you have set up SportsFlash alerts is playing at the same time, you can adjust the team priority to hear SportsFlash alerts from your preferred team first.

  1. Select  > SiriusXM > SPORTSFLASH > TEAM PRIORITIES.
    A list of your selected SportsFlash teams appears, in order of priority.
  2. Select a team to move it up one priority level in the list.
  3. Repeat the previous step with each team you want to reorder until the priority list is ordered the way you prefer.

Enabling the TuneStart Feature

When you enable the TuneStart feature and tune to a preset channel, the stereo starts the current song from the beginning of the song instead of starting it from the point it is at in the live broadcast.

NOTE: The TuneStart feature is available when tuning to preset channels only. The TuneStart feature is compatible with the SXV300 tuner (sold separately). Other tuners are compatible but may limit the features. Review the user manual supplied with your SiriusXM tuner to learn about features available with your tuner module.

  • If necessary, select  > SiriusXM > SXM SETTINGS > TUNESTART.

Parental Controls

The parental control feature allows you to limit access to any SiriusXM channels, including those with mature content. When the parental control feature is enabled, you must enter a passcode to tune to the locked channels. You can also change the 4-digit passcode.

Unlocking the Parental Controls

You can unlock the parental controls to access locked channels.

  • With the SiriusXM source selected, select > SiriusXM > PARENTAL.
  • Select UNLOCK.
  • Enter the passcode.

Locking Channels

  1. With the SiriusXM source selected, select > SiriusXM > PARENTAL.
  2. Select the UNLOCK check box.
  3. Enter the passcode.
  4. Select LOCK/UNLOCK. A list of available channels appears.
  5. Select one or more channels to lock, and select.
  6. Clear the UNLOCK check box to lock the parental controls.

You cannot access the locked channels while the parental controls are locked. You must unlock the parental controls to tune the locked channels.

Clearing All Locked Channels

  • With the SiriusXM source selected, select > SiriusXM > PARENTAL > UNLOCK.
  • Enter the passcode.
  • Select > SiriusXM > PARENTAL > CLEAR ALL LOCKED.

Changing the Parental Control Passcode

  • With the SiriusXM source selected, select > SiriusXM > PARENTAL > UNLOCK.
  • Enter the passcode.
  • Select  > SiriusXM > PARENTAL > CHANGE PIN.
  • Follow the on-screen instructions.

SiriusXM Troubleshooting

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Clearing SiriusXM Data

You can clear all entered SiriusXM user information, such as favorite teams and alerts. Use the FACTORY RESET option in the settings menu to reset the stereo (Update Options, page 22).

NOTE: The factory reset setting resets all data in the stereo, including AM and FM presets, zone settings, etc. in addition to clearing all SiriusXM user information.

Presets

You can save your favorite AM stations and FM stations as presets for easy access. You can save your favorite SiriusXM channels if the stereo is connected to an optional SiriusXM tuner and antenna.

Saving a Station or Channel as a Preset

  • With an applicable source selected, tune the stereo to a station or a channel.
  • Press and hold the dial, and select.

Selecting a Preset from a List

  • With an applicable source selected, press and hold the dial.
  • Select a preset.

Removing Presets

  • With an applicable source selected, press and hold the dial.
  • Select.
  • Select each preset station or channel you want to remove.
  • When you are finished removing presets, select.

Connecting an Auxiliary Device
You can connect various auxiliary devices to the stereo. These devices have either RCA connectors, a line output, or a headphone output jack.

  • Locate the auxiliary connectors on the wiring harness.
  • If necessary, connect an RCA-to-3.5 mm adapter cable to the auxiliary device.
  • Connect the auxiliary device to the AUX IN RCA connectors on the wiring harness.
  • Select the Aux

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Software Updates

For best results, you should update the software in all Fusion devices at the time of installation to ensure compatibility. You can update the software using a USB flash drive. For software updates and instructions on updating the device using the USB flash drive, go to the device product page at support.garmin.com.

Updating the Software Using a USB Flash Drive

You can update the device software using a USB flash drive.

NOTICE Do not turn off the device or disconnect the power during a software update. Turning off the power during a software update may cause the device to become unresponsive.

NOTE:

  • You cannot update the software using a USB flash drive formatted using the NTFS file system. If you encounter problems updating the device, format the USB flash drive using FAT32 and try the update process again.
  • The device may restart a few times while updating the software. This is expected behavior.
  • You can program only newer versions of software on the device.
  • Go to the page for your device on garmin.com, and download the updated file.
  • Extract the contents of the .zip file to the root of your USB storage device.
    The contents of the software update are contained in a folder named Garmin.
  • Insert the USB storage device into the USB port of the stereo.
  • Select  > SETTINGS.
  • Select UPDATE > STEREO > YES.

Troubleshooting

The stereo does not respond to key presses

  • Hold until the stereo turns off, and turn it on again to reset the stereo.
  • Disconnect power to the stereo for two minutes to reset the stereo.

The stereo keeps locking up when connected to an Apple device

  • Press and hold the power button to reset the stereo.
  • Reset the Apple device. Go to apple.com for more information.
  • Make sure you have the latest version of iTunes® and the latest operating software on your Apple device.

The stereo is not finding my connected Apple device

  • Make sure your Apple device supports Interface Accessory Protocol 2 (iAP2). This stereo is not compatible with iAP1 devices.
  • Make sure you have the latest version of iTunes and the latest operating software on your Apple device.
  • Make sure you have the latest version of the Fusion-Link application on your Apple device.
  • Reset the Apple device. Go to www.apple.com for more information.
  • Contact your Fusion dealer or go to garmin.com.

My Bluetooth audio is interrupted by short breaks

  • Ensure the media player is not covered or obstructed. Bluetooth technology performs best with line-of-sight operation.
  • Bring the media player within 10 m (33 ft.) of the stereo.
  • Turn off the DISCOVERABLE setting after pairing a Bluetooth device to the stereo.
  • The stereo does not display all song information from my Bluetooth source

The availability of song information such as song title, artist name, track duration, and album cover artwork depends on the capability of the media player and music application. Appendix

Specifications

FUSION MS-RA210 Marine Stereo Owner Manual-fig 9
FUSION MS-RA210 Marine Stereo Owner Manual-fig 10

Stereo Dimension Drawings

Side DimensionsFUSION MS-RA210 Marine Stereo Owner Manual-fig 11

Top DimensionsFUSION MS-RA210 Marine Stereo Owner Manual-fig 12

FAQs About FUSION MS-RA210 Marine Stereo

How do I pair my Bluetooth device with the FUSION MS-RA210 Marine Stereo?

To pair your Bluetooth device, navigate to the Bluetooth settings on your device, select the MS-RA210, and follow the on-screen instructions.

What is the maximum power output of the FUSION MS-RA210?

The FUSION MS-RA210 Marine Stereo has a maximum power output of [insert power rating] watts per channel.

Can I use the FUSION MS-RA210 with both 12V and 24V electrical systems on my boat?

Yes, the FUSION MS-RA210 is designed to be compatible with both 12V and 24V electrical systems.

How do I update the firmware on the FUSION MS-RA210 Marine Stereo?

To update the firmware, visit the FUSION website, download the latest firmware version, and follow the instructions provided in the update manual.

What file formats are supported for USB and SD card playback on the FUSION MS-RA210?

The FUSION MS-RA210 supports playback of [insert supported file formats] from USB and SD card inputs.

Can I connect an external amplifier to the FUSION MS-RA210?

Yes, the FUSION MS-RA210 has preamp outputs that allow you to connect an external amplifier for additional audio power.

How do I perform a factory reset on the FUSION MS-RA210?

To perform a factory reset, go to the settings menu, select “Reset,” and follow the on-screen prompts. Note that this will restore the stereo to its default settings.

Is the FUSION MS-RA210 waterproof?

The FUSION MS-RA210 is designed to be water-resistant, with a [insert IPX rating] rating, making it suitable for marine environments.

What is the recommended method for cleaning the FUSION MS-RA210?

Use a soft, damp cloth to clean the exterior of the unit. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive materials that may damage the surface.

Can I control multiple FUSION MS-RA210 units from a single remote control?

Yes, the FUSION MS-RA210 supports multi-zone functionality, allowing you to control and customize settings for multiple units using a single remote control.

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