Custom Autosound CAM-IMP-1/2-230 USA-230 Custom In-Dash Radio
61-62 Chevy Impala, FM Tuner, AM Tuner, Auxiliary Inputs, 50 watts x 4-channel Peak Output
Custom Autosound's USA-230 is an excellent choice for classic car or truck enthusiasts looking for a more affordable radio without sacrificing quality electronics and a classic stereo look. It has been designed to fit in the stock dash without any modifications required. The USA-230 has the same appearance and all of the features offered in our USA-630 model simply without USB port, iPod dock and CD changer control. The USA-230 does provide an auxiliary input which can connect to iPods, iPhones, satellite radio tuners or any other device with a headphone jack. It also boasts 4 Channel RCA pre-outs and a digital display with electronic tuner, 16 station pre-sets and a 4-way fader.
- AM-FM Stereo
- 200 Watts (4x50)
- Auxiliary Input (RCA Rear) RCA to 1/8" pin jack includedd
- Digital Clock
- Electronic Tuner
- 16 Pre-sets (4AM-12FM)
- 4 Channel RCA Pre-outs
- 4 way Fader
- Power Antenna Lead
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Owners Manual (PDF)
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Q & A
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