If you're into showing off, then full-on elaborate sound systems are just the ticket. Sculpted, futuristic trunk enclosures housing all the various amps and subs are perfectly suited for '50s and '60s cars due to their vast square footage out back. But what if you're the type that prefers to remain low-key, but still wants to listen to music through something a bit more modern than the old tube radio and paper-coned speaker in the dash? Simple--Secret Audio from Custom Autosound.
Sure, listening to the oldies through a factory radio may sound "neat," but how many of the systems pushing 40-plus still function like they were meant to? With Custom Autosound's hidden component group, you can keep that antique intact, but enjoy your favorite tunes pumping through modern coaxial speakers...even FM radio! Not only that, but with the included 10-disc CD changer, you can listen to your favorite music for hours on end and not worry about fading reception or irritating commercials.
Labeled as their "Hideaway" audio solution, the complete RF (radio-frequency)-controlled system includes a 140-watt AM/FM radio/CD controller, LCD control panel that will mount practically anywhere, "Flip Phone" handheld remote, "Undercover Stealthspeaker" 6x9s (housed in ABS enclosures), and the 10-disc changer. (Certain items may be sold separately.) Realistically, the entire system can be installed in less than a day--and you don't have to be a stereo installation specialist to manage that! If you don't believe it, just take a gander at the following photos and see how we had Jason from the Primedia Tech Center (who'd never installed a stereo before) equip this car with Secret Audio long before he punched his time card and headed home for the day!