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Secret Hidden Ipod/mp3/usb Hot Rod Custom Am Fm Stereo Radio Smrs W/lcd Remote on 2040-parts.com

US $389.00
Location:

Costa Mesa, California, US

Costa Mesa, California, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money back or exchange (buyer's choice) Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details:A 20% restocking fee will apply to all returns. Item must be returned complete, un-used, and in 100% re-sellable & original as shipped condition. Please contact us first to obtain return authorization #, return items received without a return authorization number will not be credited. Contact us first before purchasing if you have any questions to avoid return issues. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to earn your business. Regards, Woody's Custom Shop 949-722-1084 Restocking Fee:No Brand:Custom Autosound Channels:4 Channel

Secret Audio SMRS NOW BACK IN STOCK!
Compact LCD handheld unit controls all functions
No room to mount a conventional stereo system in the dash?
Want to leave the stock radio in place for originality?
This is a "Buy it now" listing for the popular "Secret" or "Hidden" audio system for your Classic car, Hot Rod, Custom, Woody, or Truck
New edition with USB input and free sample USB stick.
These are brand new units in the box.
No drop shipping, in stock NOW!
We ship direct so you get it fast.

Not old stock, refurbished units or open box. You are buying dealer direct.
In stock,ships next day. Most reliable & trusted ebay seller

Woody's Custom Shop is an authorized dealer. Full two year warranty
If this unit is more then you need please check out our
"Hidden iPod/MP3 stereo system" for only $59.
Please call if you need more information. M-F 9-5 PST 949-722-1084 or 1-877-435-6911

Secretaudio SRMS: This latest version of Secreaudio retains all of the great features of the SST model except now with a completely wireless LCD/Controller. Just install the black box anywhere in the vehicle and control your sound system via hand held LCD remote control from up to 40 feet away. This controller comes with re-chargeable battery's and a cigarette lighter adapter for charging.  MSRP $399.95

Features:

  • 24 Station pre-sets (18FM / 6AM)
  • AM/FM Stereo 200 watts 4x50
  • RF Remote Control  (radio frequency no line of sight required, up to 40' range)
  • USB MP3/WMA Flash Drive Player
  • iPod® Direct Control Interface (built into tuner/amp unit) 7' iPod Docking Cable Included

• Alpha Numeric LCD Display Shows Artist / Song Titles for USB, iPod® and Satellite Radio
• Auxiliary Audio Input
• 4 Channel 3 Volt RCA Pre-Outs (for optional Amplifiers, not included)
• Subwoofer Pre-Out (for optional Subwoofer Amplifier, not included)
• Electronic Volume, Bass, Treble, Balance, Fader
• 5 Selectable iEQ Curves – pop/jazz/classic/beat/rock
• Zero Memory Current Draw (will not drain car battery when unit not in use)
• Power Antenna 12V Trigger Lead

• Satellite Radio Input (for optional Sirius® satellite radio tuner, not included & not offered )
• Direct CD Changer Control (6 CD changer optional)

  • Secretaudio SMRS is a hidden audio system that offers great flexibility for mounting in any type of vehicle.
  • The main receiver/amplifier unit is usually hidden under the seat, or behind the dash.
  • The system can be operated from up to 40 feet away with the included RF remote.
  • The compact multifunction LCD (see photo) means nothing to mount. 
  • iPod Compatibility Chart
    This unit supports the following iPod versions: iPod 1G -Not Supported, iPod 2G -Not Supported, iPod 3G-Supported, iPod Mini -Supported, iPod 4G -Supported, iPod Photo -Supported, iPod Nano -Supported
    iPod 5G(Video) Supported, iPod Touch -Not Supported, iPhone Not -Supported, iPod Classic All versions --Supported


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