Rock the boat with the CDX-M20 marine CD receiver. It features a front auxiliary input to connect and play virtually any digital music player-Walkman, iPod, iPhone and more. Play a CD containing your favorite MP3 or WMA files, or connect easily to SiriusXM™ satellite radio to stream your favorite channels while out on the water. The on-board SiriusXM™ connector simplifies satellite radio installation by eliminating compatibility issues and provides direct connection to the new platform of tuners (Requires antenna and tuner, both sold separately). Experience great sound quality from the built-in equalizer and powerful amplifier. The detachable faceplate receiver features UV coating and a conformal circuit board to help protect the receiver from the elements. CDX-M20 marine CD receiver, packaged with a pair of 145W dual cone 6 1/2"dia. XS-MP1611 speakers.
|Amplifier||52 Watts x 4|
|Dimensions||7 1/8" Width x 2" Height x 7 1/8" Depth|
|Display Type||Positive LCD|
|Warranty Details||One Year|
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I received the Yeti 160 as a gift from my wife after the birth of our son. The first time I used the cooler was for a 6 day camping trip in the Sierra...Read complete review
I received the Yeti 160 as a gift from my wife after the birth of our son. The first time I used the cooler was for a 6 day camping trip in the Sierra Nevada and the cooler far exceeded my expectations. On the trip to our destination the cooler was in direct sunlight on a 105 degree day in an uncovered trailer for over 4 hours. The remainder of the trip we were at a campground at around 4000 ft. where the day time highs were in the 90's and the overnight lows were in the 60's. To make a long story short after 12 days I still had 6 or 7 half melted 10lbs blocks of ice left. How I packed my cooler was as follows. A week before my trip I purchased 80 lbs of loose ice and 8-10lb blocks and stored them in my chest freezer @ 20 below zero. Also at the same time I pre-chilled beer, sodas, water and froze any meat that was going as well. I left my Yeti in the house for a few days in the air conditioning to ensure it was at room temperature and not overheated from the 100+ degree temperatures outside. Then two days before I had to pack the coolers I placed 40 lbs of ice in the cooler to pre-chill it. I then disposed of that ice when I packed the cooler. I packed the cooler by placing 4-4lb Yeti Ice and 2-1lb Yeti ice at the bottom and I put 10 lbs of dry ice in the spaces. Then I put 6 or 7 (I can't remember) 10lb blocks of ice on top of the Yeti Ice. Then added all of the pre-chilled food and frozen meat. After that I filled in all the gaps with around 40 lbs of loose ice. The ice took up alot of space but the cooler is so big it didn't matter. We had food and drinks for 6 people for 6 days. (Yeti 75 was full of beer also) As the days went by the non Yeti coolers ran out of ice and we starting moving items from those coolers into my 160. I had the cooler in the shade the whole time under my pop up and was opened and used a lot each day. After we returned from our trip the cooler was left in the 120 + degree garage for another 6 days full of drinks and ice. When I emptied the cooler on day 12 there was still plenty of ice, cold water and frosty drinks.
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I would not buy this junk
The reciever worked fine for about 6 weeks then just quit. It never got wet or suffered any abuse, just quit. I replaced this one with a different brand from a different source....Read complete review
The reciever worked fine for about 6 weeks then just quit. It never got wet or suffered any abuse, just quit. I replaced this one with a different brand from a different source. No problems with new reciever.
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Got this cooler to use with my guide service and the performance has been great.
Great stylish cooler that helps in a pinch! Quick shipping to boot!
This cooler is as good as it gets. Large enough to hold a few limits of Tautog or Sea Bass with a couple of Striped Bass mixed in. Small enough to carry by yourself. Fits perfectly in the back of my Nissan Xterra. Recently drove across the country with this cooler full of frozen Tautog, Sea Bass, Striped Bass and Mahi fillets. The 6 day road trip started in Rhode Island and ended in Oregon. I prepped the cooler with ice the day before the trip and when I arrived in Oregon I was pleased to find all of my fillets still frozen! Can't get any better!
Really enjoy the versatility of this cooler. It's the perfect size to keep in the bay boat but it is small enough to carry over to the fillet table by yourself. Unmatched durability and performance.
The Tundra 75 is the perfect size. We have a 35 and a 110. We love them all but this is the perfect addition for the pontoon. As always, Yeti never disappoints!
We bought this cooler a few weeks ago and are so glad that we did! We have been doing a lot of weekend camp trips and needed a cooler that would keep our food and cold all weekend long. We sure found that with our Tundra 65! That thing keeps our ice all weekend long and our drinks are almost too cold to drink. The only thing I wish we would've done differently was get a 75 instead so we would have a little more room to pack it full! We plan to by one of the soft coolers next!
We bought the Tundra 35 for a road trip from Portland, Maine, to Port Isabel, Texas. We stocked it with a 10 lb bag of ice plus ice from our ice maker (for drinks), cold drinks, cold cuts, and fruit. We supplemented it every couple of nights with a bucket of hotel ice. We still had Maine ice when we got to Texas. Yeti is the best.
I brought this for my brothers birthday. He was so excited which made the whole purchase. He loves it and it works great
I bought this cooler to use for my job as I work in the hot, humid south and am out doors a lot of the time. I worked all along the SC coast before and after Hurricane Matthew and getting ice would be sparse. I filled my cooler before going to the coast and it kept everything cold and ice was still there after 5 days.
She will love it she has talked about one for a couple years