Add-On wireless, remote controller for use with MediaMaster®
Utilizing state-of-the-art, wireless technology, the MMR-10W-Remote Add-On Wireless Remote Controller delivers the ultimate in handheld control functionality for your MediaMaster®.
Operating at an ultra-high frequency of 2.4 GHz, the MMR-10W-Remote's key-fob style transmitter permits long-range, wireless control of your MM100s, from up to 150 ft. (45 m) away. The MMR-10W-Remote features a sealed, water-resistant (IP67 rated) design, that floats and large, raised buttons for easy, on-the-move access. A verification LED is also integrated within the transmitter to provide real-time, visual confirmation (2-way) of broadcasted signals.
The MMR-10W-Remote is constructed using UV and salt-water rated materials and built to withstand the outdoor elements. For added convenience, a quick-release lanyard and mounting cradle are also included. The cradle's versatile design permits installation to any flat surface or a tubular structure, such as a pipe/rail or steering wheel. The MMR-10W-Remote uses a replaceable CR2032 battery (included).
MediaMaster® remote control capabilities include:
•Track Up/Down (USB & BT)
•Track Fast-Forward/Fast-Rewind (USB)
•Favorite Up/Down (Tuner)
•Play/Pause (USB & BT)
•Mute/Unmute (Tuner & Aux)
Note: This is an add-on or replacement wireless controller for use with the receiver module of a JL Audio MMR-10W Wireless Remote Controller System. This controller will not function without a compatible receiver module!
||Up to 150 ft. (45 m)
||-4 to 167 °F / -20 to 75 °C
||2.99 in / 76 mm
||2.0 in / 50.8 mm
||1.07 in / 27.2 mm
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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