RetroSound AP-106-129-01-71 Apache Radio for 1954 Chevy Truck, Chrome
1954 Chevy Truck
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The New RetroSound Apache Series is the most technologically-advanced radio ever made for your classic 1954 Chevy truck. This is the only Made-For-iPod radio for your vintage Chevy truck, and also the only with built-in Bluetooth connectivity for hands-free phone calls and wireless audio streaming. The new Apache features a 32,000 color display to customize your radio to your truck's interior. Two USB ports for iPod/iPhone or flash drive plus two standard auxiliary inputs are included. The Apache has a built-in 25 watts x 4 channel power amplifier as well as front and rear RCA pre-outs, plus subwoofer output, to add external amplifiers. It mounts seamlessly into your Chevrolet truck thanks to RetroSound's patented InfiniMount adjustable bracket system.
- Fits 1954 Chevrolet Apache Series Trucks
- Chrome bezel
- Chrome knobs
- Made for iPod/iPhone
- Built-in Bluetoothconnectivity
- 32,000 color display
- AM/FM RDS tuner with 30 pre-sets
- Two rear-mounted USB ports for iPod/iPhone or USB flash drive
- Two auxiliary inputs for portable devices
- 25 watts x 4 channel RMS power amplifier
- Dual RCA pre-outs plus subwoofer output for external amplifiers
- Patented InfiniMount adjustable shaft system
Owners Manual (PDF)
Note: See knob image for actual knob color/finish.
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