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REI debuts compact, waterproof radio

Posted on July 18, 2014

Radio Engineering Industries (REI) announces the AW10, a compact, rugged and waterproof radio. To accommodate smaller dashboard real estate in boats, agriculture equipment or off-road vehicles, REI designed the AW10 to be 3.14” wide. This compact size fits most standard tachometer openings for quick and easy installation.

Currently available, the AW10 radio exceeds customers’ expectations for a compact, waterproof radio by encompassing multiple listening options. Bluetooth® audio streaming plays music wirelessly, and USB input and RCA auxiliary jacks for MP3/WMA formats. In spite of its small size, there is storage for up to 30 preset radio stations, (18 FM/12 AM) for a comprehensive listening experience.

The AW10 is engineered to withstand the harsh elements and rugged terrain of the outdoors and diverse climates. The AW10 radio can be purchased individually, or as a kit with REI’s recommended speaker set, antenna and mounting bracket for a complete entertainment package.

Radio Engineering Industries (REI) has extensive experience developing commercial mobile electronics and fleet/passenger software systems. Solutions include: mobile video surveillance, GPS/AVL tracking solutions, camera observation systems and audio/video equipment.

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