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MediaMaster® FAQ

The information listed in this article applies to the following models:

Can the MediaMaster® MM100 be used in a car?:
Yes. The zone output architecture is more suited for marine applications, but it can be used in mobile and powersports applications as well.

What are the MediaMaster® MM100 dimensions?:
The MediaMaster MM100s is 5.94"(W) x 3.90"(H) x 3.17"(D) (151 mm x 99 mm x 80.5 mm) and requires a mounting hole that is 4.7"(W) x 3.25"(H) (119.50 mm x 82.50 mm). Learn more about the size and How to Mount the MediaMaster® MM100s.

Is the MediaMaster® MM100 weatherproof?:
Yes. The MM100s is IP66 rated, and the optional MMR-20-BE Wired Remote Controller and MMR-10W Wireless Remote Controller are IP67 rated.

Is the MediaMaster® MM100 NMEA 2000® compliant?:
Yes. The MM100s-BE is equipped with a NMEA 2000® connector (Micro-C) to interface directly with existing vessel networks. Audio system control functionality is available with compatible Lowrance®, Simrad®, Garmin®, and Raymarine® multi-function displays (MFD). Refer to the MFD manufacturer for device compatibility and functionality information.

software update of earlier (non-BE) MediaMaster® MM100s models can be performed to enable NMEA 2000® compatibility and requires an adaptor cable to convert to a NMEA 2000® connector. Adaptor cables (MMC-DN2K-1 or MMC-DN2K-6) are sold separately.

How many remotes can be used with the MediaMaster® MM100s?:
Up to three MMR-20-BE Wired Remote Controllers and/or MMR-10W Wireless Remote Controllers can be connected to the MM100s. Extensions and splitters are sold separately. Learn more about the MMR-20-BE Wired Remote Controller. Up to ten MMR-10W-Remote Transmitters can be paired to a single MMR-10W Receiver. Learn more about the MMR-10W Wireless Remote Controller.

Can the MediaMaster® MM100s play video or display a back-up camera?:
No. There is no video chip in the MM100s for any sort of video playback.


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