The Hermosa radio features an AM/FM tuner with authentic push-button styling. It also has Built In Bluetooth for hands free calling and wireless audio streaming. This is a breakthrough classic car radio offering flexible mounting options with Retro Sound's patented ''InfiniMount'' shaft and bracket system. The Hermosa boasts USB input to meet the demands of classic car enthusiasts, while maintaining the classic look of their vehicle with the benefit of modern digital music playback capabilities. Two rear auxiliary inputs offer additional functionality, allowing you to connect any portable device with standard headphone outputs, such as an iPod or portable satellite radio.
-Built-in Bluetooth for hands-free calling and wireless audio streaming
-Plays MP3 and WMA files via rear mounted USB input
-Selectable dual white or green LCD illumination
-AM/FM tuner with 30 pre-sets
-Selectable USA/EU tuner frequencies
-Shaft system featuring rear knob functionality
-Authentic push button styling
-Built in amplifier (24 watts RMS/45 watts peak x 4 channels)
-InfiniMount shaft/bracket system for maximum installation flexibility
-Compatible with all RetroSound vehicle specific bezel, plate and knob kits
-3 EQ Pre-sets plus user-controlled bass/treble/fader balance adjustment
Inputs: Rear mounted standard USB port and 2 rear auxiliary inputs
Outputs: Four channel pre amp outputs (front, Rear)
Separate power antenna and amp turn on leads
Please note these units don't fit flatscreen Beetles with standard fresh air boxes and fresh air controls.Tuner compatibility includes AUS\/ US\/ EU\/ Japan \/ Latin America \/ Russia
Beetle 1950-1979 | Beetle Cabrio 1950-1979 | Karmann Ghia 1956-1974 | T2 Bay 1968-1979 | T2 Split 1950-1967
Does this radio unit have an RCA standard size jack for input? I own an iPod and I'd want to plug it in. And there is a pre-amp built in?
Cheers! - Mark in Canada
For use with an Ipod, it might be worth looking at part number AC999RS000A as these are designed to be able to control your iPod from the head unit itself rather than having to reach for the iPod whilst driving.