Tallmadge, OH (PRWEB) September 16, 2014
RetroSound head units offer modern sound quality and that classic pushbutton radio styling that fits many classic 1950, 1960s, and 1970s interiors. RetroSound radios offer iPod connectivity, a built-in amplifier, and the patented InfiniMount adjustable shaft system that makes installation easy. The radio faces are removable, allowing you to remote-mount the head unit and put the display wherever needed using the optional extension cable.
Summit Racing offers three types of RetroSound head units:
The Classic features a digital AM/FM tuner with 30 presets, a built-in 18 watt x four-channel RMS amplifier, an auxiliary input for devices like an iPod or portable satellite radio, and a white display on a black face.RCA preouts for an external amplifier are also included.
The Zuma offers the same AM/FM digital tuner as the Classic, an extra auxiliary input, plus a USB port for listening to MP3/WMA music files via a flash drive. The built-in amplifier is bumped to 25 watts, and the digital display shows song artist and title information in a choice of white or green. A power antenna lead and a turn-on lead for an external amplifier are also included.
Model Two Radio
The Model Two has the same features as the Zuma and adds Bluetooth connectivity plus an adjustable 32,000 color display.
Summit Racing also carries RetroSound custom- and universal-fit speakers, vintage-style telescoping car radio antennas, subwoofers, and amplifiers.
Summit Racing Equipment