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The Entertainer

by Taline Tateossian on 21 May 2007
GME GD9520W GME . www.gme.net.au
GME has been at the forefront of marine entertainment for more than twenty years, back in 1985 we pioneered the world’s first purpose built marine stereo – the GR924, an AM/FM Stereo cassette player.

Fast forward to 2007 and GME introduces the 180 watt GD9520, a state of the art, multi-function entertainment system, featuring a DVD/ CD player with AM/FM RADIO.

Specifically designed for bulkhead mounting, the GD9520 provides boat owners with a compact audio/video system with the added flexibility of wireless remote control, auxiliary SD, USB and audio jack inputs.

Housed in an IP56 rated weatherproof casing, utilising marinised componentry and circuit boards the GD9520 continues the GME tradition of innovation, functionality and true value for money.

The GD9520 is available in black or white and will be available through GME’s national dealer network from June.

For additional information on the GD9520 please contact your local GME office or visit www.gme.net.au
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