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Boss MRC5

Universal marine receiver cover (White)

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Overview

Our take on the Boss MRC5

Protect your marine receiver

Protect your boat's in-dash receiver with this Boss universal marine cover. The hinged, tinted polycarbonate cover will shield any single-DIN (or 2-shaft) radio from sun, salt, and spray, and the cover's sleek design will complement just about any interior. Warranty: 1 year. 

Product Highlights:

What's in the Box:

  • Universal marine radio cover
  • Adhesive foam gasket
  • Six 1" Screws
  • 6 Speed-clips
  • Warranty Information
Reviews

Boss MRC5 Reviews

Average Customer Review(s):

(12 Reviews)

Boss MRC5

Crutchfield customer from Tallahassee, FL on 4/24/2018

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It works well. Easy to install.

Pros: Easy to install

Cons: None so far

Solid Product

Nick from Minneapolis, MN on 6/6/2017

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Great! works fine.

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Stereo Cover

WAT from Slidell, La on 8/4/2016

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Easy install. Fit radio perfectly. Good looking and offers great protection.

Pros: Easy install, sleek design.

Cons: No installation instructions for those who may need them.

Worked great

lawrence from Newton N.C. on 8/3/2016

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Looks great and a big help.

Pros: Looks, saves my radio, price.

Cons: Wasn't a perfect and had to modify just a little bit but 100% worth every penny and time involved

Boss MRC5 Radio cover

Bill B from Sapulpa, OK on 9/16/2015

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Radio cover works great and matches radio. Great price. Would recommend

Pros: Easy install, good lock and seals closed

Cons: None

radio cover

George from Natalia Tx on 6/14/2015

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Thanks again to sales staff ,they helped pick the correct cover for my radio ,thanks guys

Pros: looks good ,seals radio from inclement weather , I like it

Cons: opening I have to work at it alittle ,NO fault to manufacturer or anyone else ,it's because of fairing positioning and handle bar mounts on triple tree , nothing else ,I do recomend this product.

Protective cover

Chad from White lake mi on 6/3/2015

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Great product

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Cheap product

Jason from Rogers, AR on 5/29/2015

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Crutchfield is great. Product, not so much. Mine broke within 2-weeks. I had it installed by my marine dealer so it's not an install flaw, strictly a product flaw. The hinge consists of two plastic rods/shafts that are only 1/4"(approx) long. The plastic rod sheared (broke) and after attempting multiple plastic adheasives including Krazy Glue and an epoxy binder specially made for plastics, it continues to break from simple operation. I will be replacing it with a product that has a continuous hinge system or at the least steel rods. This is a common problem with this product based on other reviews I have read on other sites. Pay the money and get a quality cover.

Pros: Nice asthetics

Cons: Hinge breaks too easily from normal use

Boss marine deck cover

Crutchfield customer from Bonney lake, WA on 4/19/2015

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Product looked good out of the box. Installation was easy and took little time. First time I took my boat out, I hit a wave while shutting the cover and it broke! The hinge is plastic and not well designed for marine use. I would not recommend this product!!!

Pros: Easy installation

Cons: Cheap design breaks very easily!

Boss MRC5

john from dublin, ga. on 4/17/2015

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Was what was advertised and fit as it was suppose to easy to install. Great item.

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Cons: None

Boss MRC5

Bob from Kansas on 2/8/2015

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Awesome. Very waterproof!

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Dissapointed

Myron from Florida on 1/20/2015

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Great looking cover BUT no dimensions were given and it wouldn't fit the opening from the previous cover. If replacing an existing cover double check size before purchasing.

Pros: Nice looking

Cons: For Small opening or new installation

Crutchfield response on 1/21/2015 Good advice! We offered this customer a refund since it didn't fit. You can find the specific dimensions of this cover in the Details tab on our site.
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Features

Marine Hinged Cover: The Boss MRC5 universal water-resistant radio cover protects your car stereo receiver in marine applications (or open off-road vehicles). The MRC5's hinged cover folds down to protect your aftermarket marine head unit and folds up to allow you to access your head unit's front-panel controls.

Single-DIN or Shaft-Style: The MRC5 marine kit allows you to install most single-DIN or shaft-style receivers. In order to install a single-DIN head unit, the two shaft-style inserts of the kit must be cut out.

Foam Gasket: The MRC marine radio cover includes a foam gasket to protect the receiver from water seeping in around the frame.

Stainless Steel Mounting Hardware: The MRC5 marine radio cover is mounted using the six included screws and speed-clips. All hardware is stainless-steel and rust proof.

Dimension:

  • Overall: 9.125" (w) x 4.1875" (h) 1.9375" (d)
  • Trim-Panel: 9.125" (w) x 4.0625" (h), 0.5" (d)
  • DIN-Size Open: 7.125" (w) x 2.0625" (h)
  • Cover (Internal): 8.0" (w) x 2.1875" (h) x 1.25" (d)
  • Top & Bottom Screw Hole Spacing: 3.625" (w) x 2.75" (h)
  • Side Screw Hold Spacing: 7.875" (w)

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Q & A

Customer Q&A

Crutchfield asked  
Why did you buy this?

I chose this product to replace the one that broke as I was putting in the last screw. It was my fault. there was too much pressure on the lid and it broke out at the ends. [ Ronnie  Feb 11, 2019 ]
boat [ bob  Feb 03, 2019 ]
I like the color [ James  Nov 21, 2017 ]
FOR A DECK BOAT INSTALL [ scott  Jul 19, 2017 ]
It is black and universal. [ John  Apr 17, 2016 ]
perfect for my small boat. excellent service. [ STEVIE  Nov 18, 2018 ]
Price and to have a radio with bluetooth [ Jared  Nov 10, 2018 ]
protection of radio in a marine application [ Daniel  Jul 26, 2018 ]
I don't know. it looks good [ David  Jul 17, 2018 ]
protect marine stereo [ William  Jun 08, 2018 ]
Hoping it works with my Boss head unit. [ Robert  Apr 26, 2018 ]
Price [ Matthew  Oct 07, 2017 ]
Looks nice & functional [ Bill  Jun 13, 2017 ]
Recommended [ James  Apr 05, 2017 ]
Price [ Jeremy  Mar 14, 2017 ]
I needed a replacement. [ Rick  Sep 28, 2016 ]
protect your goods [ BRYAN H  Aug 19, 2016 ]
Old one is cracked and since I'm replacing boat stereo, I need a new one. [ Michael  Jun 27, 2016 ]
The stereo we chose for the boat is, Yes, a marine radio, we wanted a bit more protection and my awesome husband wanted our new system to be very well protected. [ Julie  Jun 27, 2016 ]
Protect my new receiver. [ Jason  Jun 26, 2016 ]
Nice looking radio cover and matches my boat. [ Robert A.  May 15, 2016 ]
Value [ Mark  May 13, 2016 ]

2 questions already asked

Overall: 9.125" (w) x 4.1875" (h) 1.9375" (d) Trim-Panel: 9.125" (w) x 4.0625" (h), 0.5" (d) DIN-Size Open: 7.125" (w) x 2.0625" (h) Cover (Internal): 8.0" (w) x 2.1875" (h) x 1.25" (d) Top & Bottom Screw Hole Spacing: 3.625" (w) x 2.75" (h) Side Screw Hold Spacing: 7.875" (w) You will find this information, and more, by clicking the "Details" tab on the product's main webpage. I hope that helps. My Bio: https://www.crutchfield.com/bio/Ryan [ Ryan  Nov 29, 2017 ]  Staff
I can't remember it having that. It is a standard single din unit like for a vehicle, we have it in a pontoon boat. The unit didn't work with my micro Rockford and, too much distortion [ donald  Sep 24, 2018 ]
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