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  • admin 10:49 AM 08-17-2011
    We would like to welcome Retrosound as our newest supporting vendor!

    Please take a moment to visit their site: http://www.retrosoundusa.com/.

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    DJLATIN 11:20 AM 08-17-2011
    no....

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    THE ONE 12:37 PM 08-17-2011
    Nice to see... The product looks good.

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    RETROSOUNDUSA 01:53 PM 08-17-2011
    Thanks for the welcoming...

    We at RetroSound specialize in aftermarket audio solutions for your classic car so you don't have to chop up your dash.

    Please checkout our web site http://www.retrosoundusa.com/

    If you have any questions please let us know.

    Thanks.


    image03 by RETROSOUNDUSA, on Flickr


    image02 by RETROSOUNDUSA, on Flickr


    joes 54 truck 042710 by RETROSOUNDUSA, on Flickr
    54 truck install front 3 qtr 02 by RETROSOUNDUSA, on Flickr


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    <<<DR.J>>> 06:50 PM 08-17-2011
    I like those and I really like the rear usb

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    hcat54 08:52 PM 08-17-2011


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    RETROSOUNDUSA 09:34 AM 08-18-2011
    Originally Posted by <<<DR.J>>>:
    I like those and I really like the rear usb
    Thanks. The Model one comes with 2 aux inputs and an external usb/sd reader. Also comes with a RF remote with over 5 meters of range!

    Originally Posted by hcat54:


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    DJ Englewood 06:06 PM 08-18-2011
    this is kool but i wished you guys made stuff for later model cars

    i have a 93 fleetwood and like the factory look but i wanna upgrade



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    DJLATIN 07:32 AM 08-19-2011
    need to get one for my '78 malibu.

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    RETROSOUNDUSA 09:01 AM 08-19-2011
    Originally Posted by DJ Englewood:
    this is kool but i wished you guys made stuff for later model cars

    i have a 93 fleetwood and like the factory look but i wanna upgrade

    Cool thing about our radios is that you can customize them to fit your needs!
    Keep your stock head unit in its original spot and mount ours anywhere and still be able to control it with the RF remote.


    1954 Series 62 Cadillac w/ hidden Retrosound Radio &amp; speakers! by RETROSOUNDUSA, on Flickr

    Glovebox Open by RETROSOUNDUSA, on Flickr

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    RETROSOUNDUSA 09:30 AM 08-19-2011
    Originally Posted by DJLATIN:
    need to get one for my '78 malibu.



    Retrosound Model One B with metal knobs!! by RETROSOUNDUSA, on Flickr

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    slo 03:50 PM 08-19-2011
    Originally Posted by RETROSOUNDUSA:
    Cool thing about our radios is that you can customize them to fit your needs!
    Keep your stock head unit in its original spot and mount ours anywhere and still be able to control it with the RF remote.



    1954 Series 62 Cadillac w/ hidden Retrosound Radio &amp; speakers! by RETROSOUNDUSA, on Flickr

    Glovebox Open by RETROSOUNDUSA, on Flickr
    what it if i dont want to have 2 radios

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    RETROSOUNDUSA 05:06 PM 08-19-2011
    Originally Posted by slo:
    what it if i dont want to have 2 radios
    That was just an example for those that want a hide away solution... what kind of car do you have?

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    DJLATIN 07:29 AM 08-22-2011
    Originally Posted by RETROSOUNDUSA:



    Retrosound Model One B with metal knobs!! by RETROSOUNDUSA, on Flickr
    check it out later, thanks.

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    plank 10:48 AM 08-24-2011
    Cool- I'm gonna check it out for my 64. I didn't want to have a stereo under my seat or in my glove box.

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    plank 10:54 AM 08-24-2011
    $279 for a 64 is not a bad price.

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    RETROSOUNDUSA 04:23 PM 08-24-2011
    Originally Posted by plank:
    Cool- I'm gonna check it out for my 64. I didn't want to have a stereo under my seat or in my glove box.
    Originally Posted by plank:
    $279 for a 64 is not a bad price.
    We have them in stock! Hit us up!

    Here's our 63-64 kit...


    Impala radio by RETROSOUNDUSA, on Flickr

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    socapots 08:41 PM 08-25-2011
    nice looking product.
    I remember coming across this before looking for an aftermarket for my 76 impala. Ended up going with a 70s tape player piece. Shit was to cheap to pass up at the time. But now i think it may be time for an upgrade.
    Question though.
    Whats the output voltage of the Pre-amps? i couldnt find that info on the website. Maybe i didnt look in the right space.. some of the pages didnt load so well. had to scroll down and across alot..

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    RETROSOUNDUSA 08:55 AM 08-26-2011
    Originally Posted by socapots:
    nice looking product.
    I remember coming across this before looking for an aftermarket for my 76 impala. Ended up going with a 70s tape player piece. Shit was to cheap to pass up at the time. But now i think it may be time for an upgrade.
    Question though.
    Whats the output voltage of the Pre-amps? i couldnt find that info on the website. Maybe i didnt look in the right space.. some of the pages didnt load so well. had to scroll down and across alot..
    Thanks! You can find the specs and other info of our radios in the owners manual under the support section of our web site. I'll post it up for you.
    Its also easier to do a "search by vehicle" on our web site. It will take you directly to what you are looking for.

    Low level output... 2.85v



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    Mr.Petty 07:06 AM 08-28-2011
    do you have anything for a 55 chevy 2dr bel air

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