I put a "Retro-Sound" radio in my Sonett III last year. It sounds great and has an AUX min jack on the front so I can plug in an MP3 player. It has the look of an old two knob unit. They even offer it in black or chrome to match various vintage cars so it doesn't look out of place like so many modern units would. At least until you turn it on. When you do you get a bright LCD display that looks too digital for this old analog car! I wish they could have had an old travelling station needle instead of the digital readout - but there are so many user options available I guess there was no way to do both on one small display. But I have no complaints on the sound or radio reception. And the company stood behind it the one time I had an issue. At some point I plan to put in a dash speaker. Right now it just drives two 6" speakers behind the seats.
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