About the Milennia MIL-REM70
Add a remote to your boat
This weatherproof MIL-REM70 wired remote works with a variety of Infinity and Milennia marine receivers. You can surface-mount or back-mount this remote, depending on your preference, but you'll need to drill a 1-1/2" hole for the wire. If the included 2-foot cable isn't enough and you need more wire length, the 20-foot Milennina REX20-6 extension cable will work nicely in most boats.
- marine-rated wired remote
- ideal for transom installations
- surface-mount or back-mount
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # MIL-REM70
What's in the box:
- Marine wired remote (attached 22" cable)
- 2 Screws
- 2 Self-adhesive pads
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More details on the Milennia MIL-REM70
LCD Screen: The MIL-REM70 marine wired remote features a 2.375" (diagonal) LCD screen to indicate source and menu selection (does not display song/artist/album information).
Remote Functions: The MIL-REM70 marine wired remote offers the following push-button controls for your compatible marine stereo receiver.
- Power On/Off
- Mode (Source Selection)
- Volume Up/Down
- Select (Menu Select)
- Tune Up/Down (press once for Previous Next/Track or press-and-hold for Fast Forward/Rewind)
Mounting Options: The MIL-REM70 marine wired remote surface-mounts to a flat surface and requires a 1.5" (diameter) cut-out to run its attached cable through. The wired remote secures in place using the two included screws.
- Front-Panel Dimensions: 4.085" (width) x 2.285" (height) x 0.755" (depth)
- Cutout Dimension: 1.5" (diameter) x 1" (depth)
Optional Extension Harness: The MIL-REM70 features an attached 22" cable which connects to your compatible marine stereo receiver. If you you need a longer reach, you can purchase a 20' extension cable (REX20-6, sold separately).
Optional Y-Splitter: The KSREM-Y (sold separately) is a Y-splitter that allows you to add two MIL-REM70 wired remotes to a compatible marine stereo receiver (listed above).
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