Anyone remember the days when car audio came with two knobs and five radio preset buttons? If you’ve got a vintage car, you may have had some trouble bringing audio to it. At best, you can expect modern shiny tech to look extremely out of place in a metal or vinyl dashboard. At worst you, you may have trouble finding something that fits at all.
RetroSound is a company out to fill that awkward hole (or three) in your classic car with a system that makes peace between vintage design and modern performance demands. Their Model Two Radio is now shipping, and behind a last century-looking faceplate it packs Bluetooth, an AM/FM tuner with 30 presets, front and rear RCA pre-outs, subwoofer output and a built-in 25 watts x 4 channel RMS power amplifier. There are also two auxiliary inputs and two USB inputs. The display is a back-lit LCD and with 32,000 colors to choose from, you’re likely to find the one that perfectly matches your car.
RetroSound can also provide a variety of bezels, faceplates, and knobs to fit your car and make the radio look more at home in your dash than you ever thought a 2013 car radio would.
The Model Two is shipping now, for a price of $399.95.