Has anyone had good or bad experiences with aftermarket radios to fit in dash ? Want one that has good sound and Bluetooth . Thank You Ed
I bought a retro sound 2, fit fine has Bluetooth,USB,Apple compatible,front rear and sub outs, looks retro,
But, it's not hooked up to all my JL audio stuff yet. I don't expect it to sound as good as a regular high end head unit,but it is retro and works well with a stock theme dash.
1968 Butternut Coupe,
421" Dart SHP block
TKO 600 RR
Dutchman 9" w/3.70
Speedtech torque arm,Ridetech HQ coilovers
Global West arms
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I had nothing but bad luck with custom auto sound, had to get a new radio every 2 years. Switched to Retro sound with a small amp under passenger seat and I couldn't be happier, blue tooth works great and plugs right in to my I Pod and works great, Good luck
67 R/S Blue 406 518HP and 504TQ Dart block,Callies crank,Mahle pistons,Ultradyne cam 230/238 duration @.050 530 lift at 113 lsa, Afr 195 heads,Holley 4150HP carb and RPM Air gap. TKO600 with 373 gears
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