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Fusion’s Apollo Series marine entertainment system has an LCD touchscreen display, Wi-Fi streaming, digital signal processing and PartyBus, which lets boaters play music throughout the boat or in a single stateroom. The RA770 plays soundtracks via Bluetooth, Optical Audio (TV), Advanced SiriusXM (USA only), AM/FM radio, and auxiliary and USB ports. Users also can stream music from a mobile device via Universal Plug and Play. Price: $649.99. fusionentertainment.com

This article originally appeared in the September 2018 issue.

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