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Tuesday, 2 September 2014

ASA Electronics

ASA Harley-Davidson replacement radio

ASA Electronics, under its Jensen brand, is producing what it claims is the the first true replacement radio for H-D Touring bikes, made to fit into the factory opening without requiring any special mounting kit or brackets. 

The plug and play design of the unit means the factory harness plugs directly into the back of the Jensen radio and it works with the factory handlebar controls. The Jensen HD1BT radio was designed from the ground up specifically for this application and it includes features such as the face of the unit waterproof rated to IPX6 (Powerful Jetting Water) for safe hosing down during cleaning, with the rear chassis rated at IPX5 (Jetting Water).
The stereo’s features include Bluetooth streaming audio (A2DP) and source control (AVRCP), plus iPhone and iPod compatibility with control and charging from the USB. The unit includes AUX-in, AM/FM and weather band along with S.A.M.E. weather alert. It is also Sirius/XM ready to allow an upgrade to a hidden SiriusXM satellite radio tuner and antenna and have total control from the face of the unit.
The tuner features auto-store, seek tuning and RBDS, and front and rear line outs for adding amplifiers, should the standard output of 50 watts x 4 channel prove insufficient. The USB and AUX-in is accessible by adding the optional JEN-AUX, which can be mounted somewhere on the dash or, with the 9ft cable, be tucked away in a saddlebag or tour pack.

Elkhart, Indiana, USA
Tel: 574 264 3125