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Username Post: Stereo recommendation        (Topic#348352)
Denver56BelAir 
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Denver56BelAir
Loc: Parker, Colorado
Reg: 01-11-05
11-22-17 06:59 PM - Post#2715389    

I need a recommendation on a stereo that will replace the stock one in the dash. I need to 2 sets of RCA cables for my speakers. 1 set of RCA's for my sub. I need blu tooth and I prefer a 1/8" input as well as a CD player.



Paul
Parker, Colorado
56 BelAir Post, T56, 327, 4:11, Astro custom chrome steel wheels,
http://tinyurl.com/56belair


 

4dr 57 
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4dr 57
Loc: Texas Hill Country
Reg: 11-10-04
11-23-17 11:03 AM - Post#2715477    
    In response to Denver56BelAir

You might look at these folks-

https://www.crutchfield.com/S-ZuLIDkgONCS



 
Andy4639 
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Age: 57
Loc: Liberty, SC
Reg: 08-06-16
11-24-17 04:25 AM - Post#2715548    
    In response to 4dr 57

Try out Richard. He has a great product from what I have read over on the 67-72chevytrucks forum. He can give you what you want I think.


http://www.randbvintageautoradio.com/index.html


1956 Bel Air - LT-1/4l60
1964 SS Impala -350 crate/powerglide
1967 Ramp truck - 350/ 4 speed
1971 C 10 - 6.0 LS / 4l80e 4:10 gears 30 years owner
94 Elderado
2000 S-10
2008 LTZ Tahoe
2011 Treverse


Edited by Andy4639 on 11-24-17 04:38 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
swbatt 
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Reg: 03-25-01
11-26-17 07:16 AM - Post#2715769    
    In response to Andy4639

I had info for a fella that would put solid state components in your stock radio. You could order with what ever you wanted, in/output wise. I thought he started around $400. Not sure where I put his number, maybe someone else may have.

May have been Richard, as mentioned previously.





"Which do I prefer? Chess or sex? It depends on the position." - Spassky


 
Mick53 
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Posts: 166
Mick53
Loc: Northern Indiana
Reg: 04-02-16
11-26-17 09:44 PM - Post#2715870    
    In response to Denver56BelAir

I bought a radio for my 53 pickup. 4 channels and subwoofer. bluetooth and hands free phone. Also has input plug. Looks identical to the original and is 2.5" deep.



 
Mick53 
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Posts: 166
Mick53
Loc: Northern Indiana
Reg: 04-02-16
11-26-17 09:53 PM - Post#2715871    
    In response to Denver56BelAir

http://www.radiosforoldcars.com/
Check these guys out. A little pricey but nice.



 
Todd M 
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Todd M
Loc: PA
Reg: 08-21-03
12-02-17 01:54 PM - Post#2716647    
    In response to Denver56BelAir

I found pretty good prices here.

www.vintageautoradio.com

There was a 6-8 week backorder so be patient. I just got my shipping notification.

Todd

1957 2-dr BA HT currently 283 PP http://www.picturetrail.com/tbmax57


 

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