Retrosound Hermosa Black

 Hermosa Classic Car Radio

The RetroSound Hermosa classic car radio retains the original look of your vintage vehicle while offering the most modern electronic features available. The Hermosa features an AM/FM tuner with Radio Display System (RDS) to display artist and title information on the display screen. A rear-mounted USB port allows you to play MP3/WMA music files through your system, using up to a 32GB flash drive. Two rear-mounted auxiliary inputs for portable devices such as iPod® or portable satellite radio are also included. Dual colour (white or green) illumination lets you customise 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 features our patented InfiniMount adjustable shaft system to make installation easy in virtually any classic vehicle. Note: This listing is for a Hermosa radio without knobs or mounting fascia (Below is a small sample of the available fascia plate and control knob combinations) We also have created a selection of complete sets. More information…

  • Bluetooth Handsfree and Audio Streaming (A2DP)
  • Power antenna lead and amp turn on lead included
  • Removable display face — body can be remote-mounted for custom installation using optional extension cable
  • Patented InfiniMount adjustable shaft system
  • Dual RCA pre-outs for external amplifiers
  • 25 watts x 4 channel RMS power amplifier
  • Dual colour (white or green) illumination
  • Two auxiliary inputs for portable devices
  • USB port for MP3/WMA music files via flash drive
  • AM/FM RDS tuner with 30 presets
  • Authentic push-button styling
  • Body Available in Black / Chrome / Chrome with Ivory Push Buttons

Whether you have a Morris Minor or a Rolls Royce we have suitable Classic Radios with trim fascias and knob kits to make them all look authentic. Older cars had no or poor sound systems when new from the Factory in the fifties or sixties so why not treat yourself to a modern Hi-Fi system with AM/FM radio and possibly Bluetooth so you can stay legal while making phone calls in the car?