[TR] RetroSound Radios

Dean Mericas dmericas at austin.rr.com
Wed Apr 22 12:41:50 MDT 2015

I recently installed a RetroSound Zuma unit in my Mk2 Jaguar and have 
been very happy with it.  As noted by others, it fits readily in cramped 
spaces, sounds good, and looks "right" in a vintage car. I also like the 
fact that the controls are all via two analog knobs rather than dozens 
of tiny buttons.

1965 TR4
1963 Jaguar Mk2
1974 Alfa 2000 GTV

On 4/22/2015 1:00 PM, triumphs-request at autox.team.net wrote:
> " Just curios if anybody on the list has installed any one of the 
> RetroSound radios that Moss has been selling? I am wondering how it 
> fit? Did it the adapter plate look OK? How does the radio perform? I 
> am looking at the Model 2 with the bluetooth interface.. I was also 
> looking at going with getting my (not currently working) Triumph AM 
> radio converted to AM/FM USB/BlueTooth but it looks like that is about 
> $500.00. The up side there is that the radio would appear stock.. 
> Thanks, Dave 

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