Clarion M606 Bluetooth WB Marine Stereo Review

The new Clarion M606 is all new, This is a much watch for any boat owner looking to upgrade their audio system!

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Engineered to Withstand Water and Salt

Water and salt can be a marine source unit’s worse nightmare.

Our M606 source unit is IP55 tested and certified to provide you the best in water intrusion and salt water protection in its class, at the front panel where it’s most exposed to the elements.

Internally, rubber gaskets stop water in its tracks and integrated drainage channels keep water out, with an IPX3 tested and certified rear end for protection even if water manages to seep into the console.
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All-New Aggressive Marine Design
The M606 features a new stylish yet purposeful design that’s perfect for the marine environment. Distinctive diagonally cut control buttons, and blue-illuminated trim combine to add visual impact as well as help the user operate the unit. The large, white color LCD offers a crystal clear, easy-to-read display that shows you all the information you need up front and at-a-glance.
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Control of USB-connected iPhone® and iPod® and iPad®
Get away from it all while staying connected to your music stored on your iPhone, iPod and iPad. Just use the USB cable that came with your iOS device and connect to the source unit’s rear USB input to access control to information such as genre, album and song title search.
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Bluetooth aptX® for Superior Sound Entertainment via Bluetooth® Audio Devices
The M606 incorporates the Bluetooth aptX codec that is also incorporated in many Android™ phones. Since it restores the sound elements that are lost during digital compression of audio files, you can have near CD quality sound. Now it’s possible to listen to high quality audio with wireless convenience even while out on the water.

Comments

Joshua's Recordings says:

Yes, I do still use CD players

Mikey says:

When are these radio manufacturers going to stop using these crappy calculator LCD screens from 1995? Color LCD or OLED screens are so cheap now, and are 1000x better than these style screens. It is 2016, why are they still selling screen technology from the 80s.

Jamin Roth says:

I’m looking to replace my Alpine CDA-118M with the M606. The alpine can change the volume for zone 1, 2 or both with ease, so I can do it while driving.

I’m really interested in the multi zone functionality. Would you please show how to turn the volume up and down on both zones or a single zone on the M606?

Rîcô Suâvê says:

LoL,Right #Mikey,Because Its Cheaper & They Figure No1 Really Cares (~_~)

Frank Farkas says:

I have a 2008 SeaRay 260 with an original Clarion Receiver in the boat with Remote Controls for it in the Helm and Transom area near the Swim Platform. Does anyone know if I’d be able to swap this out for the M606 and still use the existing wiring and the existing 2 remotes ?

Jeff B says:

Nice informative video.
Would you happen to know if this radio will wire directly up to an older wiring harness from a 2001 vintage XMD2?
My boat is an 01 and I am looking to remove that older unit and replace it with this unit but really hate to have to replace all the stock wiring etc in my boat.
I also have two older wired remotes, one at the helm and one at the transom. Will those older units work with this one?

Any info would be helpful.

Thanks
Jeff B

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