Releases ORV Bluetooth Overhead Audio

Releases ORV Bluetooth Overhead Audio

PHOENIX, AZ, JANUARY 5, 2015 -MTX Audio, of the MiTek Electronics and Communications Group, introduced two new Bluetooth Overhead Audio Systems that are designed to work with a variety of Off Road Vehicles (ORV). These new, easy to install systems offer a full range audio experience that is designed with the end user in mind.

MUDSYS41 ORV Bluetooth Overhead Audio Systems

Two models are available, the MUDSYS41 and the MUDSYS46. Each unit includes a source unit that includes Bluetooth, AUX input, USB input, and AM/FM radio. The integrated 280-watt peak power amplifier drives the four (4) installed 6.5" full range, all-weather coaxial speakers. Additionally, both units include a high intensity LED dome light and high strength storage nets. The adjustable mounting brackets allow each model to fit a variety of roll cage widths and diameters. Each unit includes a wiring harness that facilitates connection of the power, ground, and accessory wires for proper functionality.

These new Overhead Bluetooth Audio Systems offer the perfect combination of high performance sound quality and simple, yet custom-fit installation," said National Sales Manager Jason Fickas. "With quick Bluetooth connectivity and easy to use controls, drivers will waste no time adding their favorite music to their favorite ride."

Overhead Bluetooth Audio Systems Models:

  • MUDSYS41 Fits Roll Cages 43.0" to 49.0" Wide
  • MUDSYS46 Fits Roll Cages 49.25" to 56" Wide

Full details regarding this and other new solutions from MTX will be available at the MiTek Corporation booth at CES 2015, booth #2302 in the North Hall. You can also contact MTX Audio directly at 1-800-CALL-MTX (225-5689).

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8/30/2015 3:20 PM
mtx mudsys41

I have just purchased a mudsys41 for my can am maverick and am having a problem with the Bluetooth I can connect but when I start the machine it disconnects the when I go to reconnect I have to forget the device and start all over it will not remember Bluetooth hookup even though it shows it on my phone to try and connect. am I doing something wrong ? Do I have a setting wrong. when it hooks up it sounds good. Also the fm signal is not the greatest it does have an antenna just not picking up local stations.  please help me find the solution. Thanks rich my cell phone number is 845 494 0946  email richbowens@fiberlash.com