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When using a USB drive, the display reads: “USB ERR” or “READING”, then switches back to radio.
Possible Cause: Invalid media or device. Action: RetroSound® radios will playback Mp3, WMA, or FLAC files via a flash drive. Only Motors...
Connecting Your Radio to Your Vehicles Speakers
RetroSound® radios are designed to work with 4-ohm speakers. Be sure to check your existing speakers and replace them if they are...
Wiring Your Radio
Basic Wiring: Yellow wire 12 volts constant Red wire 12 volts ignition/accessory Black wire ground If you do not connect...
Bigger is Better. One and a Half Times Better.
Auto manufacturers design car stereo head units in various sizes. When choosing an aftermarket radio it’s best to search based...
Radio Integration In Automobiles
Whether it is going for a stroll on a random night, or a spontaneous road trip with your best friends,...
Don’t Forget The Radio When Restoring Classic Cars
Whether you’re looking to relive the past or simply appreciate a classic in the modern day, restoring the right vehicle...
Why You Shouldn’t Put Your Radio in the Glove Box
Installing a modern stereo in the glove box has become commonplace with classic cars. People want to keep their classic...
Setting the Clock on Your RetroSound Radio
It’s spring time, and that means it’s time to move your clocks ahead. By now, most people are already accustomed...
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