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    Pyle - PLMRKT13BK , On the Road , Headunits - Stereo Receivers , In-Dash Marine AM/FM PLL Tuning Radio w/ USB/SD/MMC Reader
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In-Dash Marine AM/FM PLL Tuning Radio w/ USB/SD/MMC Reader
Brand Pyle
Category Headunits - Stereo Receivers
MSRP $168.99
Warranty 1 year


  • AM/FM-MPX PLL Tuning Radio
  • LCD Display
  • Volume/Bass/Treble/Balance/Fader Control
  • 30 Station Memory
  • Power Output 4 x 50 Watts
  • 2 Channel RCA Line Out
  • USB Interface (Decode MP3 WMA)
  • SD/MMC Slot
  • Aux Input
  • Remote Control Marine COating
  • Blue Illumination
  • Clock Function
  • 6.5" Speaker System
  • Weather Band Function
  • Sold as: Unit
  • Weight: 7.13 lbs.
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      Average Rating :
      Supersonic shipping and a good pric...More
      Had neighbor to help me with wiring...More
      Great for the price, got it at half...More
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    The PLMRKT13BK includes a full-featured headunit, one pair of waterproof speakers, and a remote control

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    Take Your Marine Audio To The Next Level

    Take your marine audio to the next level with this awesome audio kit, including a headunit with USB/SD, MP3 capabilities, remote control, and two black 6.5" speakers.

    Full-Featured In-Dash Headunit With Radio, Aux-In, and USB/SD Card Inputs

    The included head unit is packed with tons of features. It's got an AM/FM radio to listen to music the traditional way — or step into the 21st century with USB and SD cards. Simply load your MP3s onto a USB stick or SD card, and listen to your favorite music at sea. For security and protection, detach the faceplate and store it in the included case.

    Listen to Your Favorite Music: The Aux-In Port

    The PLMRKT13BK is equipped with a conveniently-located 3.5mm (1/8") auxillary input jack on the front. Using a 3.5mm male-to-male cable (not included), you can connect any digital music player, like an iPod, iPhone, or Zune. There's no need to burn a ton of CDs with all your music or rely on the radio — just bring your player and your favorite playlists! Or, use a music-playing app on your smartphone, like Pandora or Spotify.

    Fully Equipped with Power and Wireless Remote

    This head unit is rated at 4 x 50 watts, so each speaker has plenty of independent power. And it comes with everything you’ve come to expect from a modern head unit: 3-beam laser tracking, anti-skip mechanism, loudness settings, and a 30 radio station memory. The LCD screen is backlit in a cool, modern blue, and shows relevant track info. A wireless remote control means you can change tracks without having to get up.

    Get Your Sound How You Want It

    Now you can tweak the sound to your exact specifications using the PLMRKT13BK's built-in equalizer controls. With the ability to adjust the bass, treble, fader, and balance to your liking, you'll get your sound how you want it.

    Speakers Made For The Sea

    The PLMRKT13BK includes 2 of our PLMR61B speakers. These 6.5" speakers are completely waterproof, feature a polypropylene cone, 1" voice coil, and a 20 oz. magnet. The slim mounting depth of 2.5" makes them perfect for any marine application. These speakers don't just sound great — they look great, too, thanks to the sea-inspired accents. Two-way speaker technology ensures you get the full audio spectrum on your audio playback — they boast a frequency range of 45 Hz to 16 kHz.

    Easy to Mount & Install

    The PLMRKT13BK is easy to install. Included with your kit are installation instructions, mounting brackets & hardware, plus wires.

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    Product Description
    This black Pyle headunit with speakers is perfect for marine applications - the headunit has a special marine coating for water resistance. Blast your tunes out at sea or by the dock with the PLMRKT13BK. It tunes AM/FM/weatherband and plays MP3s from a USB stick or SD card. The blue illuminated LCD display shows the time, what station you're listening to, and relevant track information. With 50 watts each on four channels, this headunit is booming with power. It's equipped with a 30 station memory for your favorite stations, 2 channel RCA line out, and a wireless remote control. Best of all, you can plug in your iPod or MP3 player to listen to your favorite digital music, thanks to the AUX input jack conveniently located on the front. It also comes with two black 6.5' full-range speakers for quality sound.
    Product Review
     Name : James 3/24/2015 2:17:05 PM
       Review : Supersonic shipping and a good price for a entry level unit, I installed this kit in a MC fairing and it mounted without any hitches, the instructions were good and everything to do the job was in the kit. Overall the sound quality is good. Very Pleased with kit.

     Name : robert 9/7/2014 6:00:57 PM
       Review : Had neighbor to help me with wiring,difficult to figure out.

     Name : Dwayne 11/13/2012 1:59:50 PM
       Review : Great for the price, got it at half price on ebay though. Very sleek looking, but wireless remote wont work. No big deal though.

     Name : Carla 7/14/2011 7:14:28 PM
       Review : radio was installed in a week after rceieved, worked real well and was happy with it. Left on vacation It totally quit on us. Please help,I did like it

     Name : Brandon 6/28/2011 7:23:44 PM
       Review : SO FAR SO GOOD. FIRST DAY