RetroSound HC-111-09-78 Hermosa Radio, 1963-64 Impala, Chrome
63-66 Chevy, 64-66 GMC, Chrome, Chrome Radio Face, Chrome Radio Buttons
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The RetroSound Hermosa retains the original look of your vintage 1963-66 GM while offering the most modern features available. The Hermosa has built in Bluetooth wireless connectivity, so you can safely make hands-free telephone calls through your audio system and also stream music from any smart phone.
The Hermosa features an AM/FM tuner with Radio Display System (RDS) to display artist and title information on the screen. A rear mounted USB port allows you to play MP3/WMA music files through your system using up to a 32GB flash drive, which is enough space for as many as 7000 songs. Two rear mounted auxiliary inputs for portable devices are also included. White or green illumination lets you customize the Hermosa to your vehicle's interior. A built-in 25 watts x 4 channel RMS amplifier provides plenty of power to your speakers, and dual RCA pre-outs let you add external amplifiers.
The Hermosa uses the patented InfiniMount adjustable shaft system to make installation easy in virtually any classic vehicle. For added custom installations the Hermosa’s radio body may be mounted remotely using the optional extension cable.
- Built-in Bluetooth for hands-free calling and wireless audio streaming
- AM/FM RDS tuner with 30 pre-sets
- USB port for MP3/WMA music files via flash drive
- Two auxiliary inputs for portable devices
- Dual color (white or green) illumination
- 25 watts x 4 channel RMS power amplifier
- Dual RCA pre-outs for external amplifiers
- Patented InfiniMount adjustable shaft system
- Body can be mounted remotely for custom installation using optional extension cable
- Power antenna lead and amp turn on lead included
- Fits 1963-66 GM
- Chrome faceplate and bezel
- Chrome buttons
Owners Manual (PDF)
Note: See knob image for actual knob color/finish.
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