• Radio turns on but there is no sound

    If your radio is lighting up and seems to function but you have no sound. The most common reason for no sound is speakers or speaker wires are grounded or shorted to a metal point. Speaker wiring cannot be wired together. Two speakers can not share the same connections. Speaker…

  • RMS Watts vs Max and Peak Watts

    In the car audio and consumer electronics world, you hear a lot about watts, power output and power handling. Companies constantly advertise that their speakers can handle 200 watts or that their amplifier puts out 1,000+ watts. Most people generally shop for amplifiers and speakers simply by looking at which…

  • Long Beach

    RetroSound®’s award-winning Long Beach radio is the most technologically-advanced radio ever made for your classic car. Long Beach is SiriusXM-Ready™ and connects to the SiriusXM® SXV300 Connect Vehicle Tuner (sold separately, subscription required). The SXV300 plugs directly into Long Beach without the need for special adapters or cables. The compact size…

  • Hermosa

    The RetroSound® Hermosa retains the original look of your vintage ride while offering the most modern electronic features available. The Hermosa has built-in Bluetooth® wireless connectivity, so you can safely make hands-free telephone calls through your audio system. You can also stream music via Bluetooth® from any smart phone: any application on your…

  • Laguna

    The RetroSound® Laguna looks like your original radio while offering the most modern technologies for your classic. Laguna features authentic push-button styling and an AM/FM tuner with 30 pre-sets. A rear-mounted auxiliary input is included to play portable devices such as iPod® or portable satellite radio. A built-in 18 watts x 4…