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Customer Reviews

RetroSound New York M2

Digital media receiver for select GM, Chrysler, Ford/Mercury, and Jeep vehicles with 3" tall dash openings (does not play CDs)

MFR # NY-M2

RetroSound New York M2

RetroSound New York M2

Digital media receiver for select GM, Chrysler, Ford/Mercury, and Jeep vehicles with 3" tall dash openings (does not play CDs)

MFR # NY-M2

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RetroSound New York M2

Crutchfield customer from Myrtle Beach, SC on 8/9/2020

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Love the radio.

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Good retro performer

Crutchfield customer from Chattaroy, WA on 8/5/2020

1986 Chevrolet El Camino

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Works fine, has bluetooth, usb, sufficient power, good retro style

Pros: Looks

Cons:

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1985 Monte Carlo upgrade

Crutchfield customer from Lothian, MD on 6/20/2020

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Very happy with the fit and look for my '85 Monte Carlo SS. Does require cutting of original trim panel to fit around, but expected that. LIke the functionality of it. Only criticism is there is not a dedicated sub output on it. Easy workaround with the RCA line outs and the direct wire speaker out puts. Definite recommend buy.

Pros: Great fit for 1.5 DIN of older GM

Cons: No factory sub output connections.

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Absurdly overpriced, has issues expected from a $30 stereo

Victor from INMAN, SC on 6/13/2020

1978 Chrysler Cordoba

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The gist of what I'm going to write here is basically that this stereo is way overpriced. By function alone, this stereo is on par in features with radios costing 150 dollars or less. But this radio costs almost twice that simply because it looks like a classic radio, and RetroSound knows they have a monopoly on that market. It gets worse than the basic markup though. This radio is shipped to you essentially in pieces. The faceplate, body, and knob shafts are all separate and have to be assembled together. The faceplate and the body each come with their own instruction manuals and are not identical. The main instruction manual is also completely generic to all of RetroSound's radios and therefore skips a lot of specific differences between their models. There are also tons of extra parts included that are not mentioned in any of the instruction manuals and seemingly have no purpose. I have a small pile of studs, screws, nuts, washers, and spacers on my desk still that don't obviously go anywhere on the stereo. The worst part is the installation kit you have to order with this stereo. It didn't even come close to fitting in my car and required extensive modification to mount the radio in place. I practically had made my own brackets by the time I was done, and if Crutchfield hadn't included that kit for free I would have been furious about paying extra money for it. The radio itself works fine, nothing special to talk about there. Realistically this radio is worth ~$100.

Pros: Does have bluetooth and a vintage style

Cons: Poor quality instructions, bad mounting brackets, tons of extra parts, ridiculously overpriced

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