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RetroSound USB-PORT

54" extension cable with USB port and auxiliary input

Item # 068USBPORT

Enjoying digital music in an analog car presents some challenges, but RetroSound specializes in finding clever...

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About the RetroSound USB-PORT

No more dangling cords

Enjoying digital music in an analog car presents some challenges, but RetroSound specializes in finding clever solutions. This innovative accessory makes it easier than ever to play music from your iPhone®, Android™, or other music player in your classic vehicle, plus you won't have to look at that exposed, dangling cord anymore.
Retrosound USB-PORT USB/Aux extension cable

Mount the dual input plug in your dash or some other convenient location.

No more dangling cords

Enjoying digital music in an analog car presents some challenges, but RetroSound specializes in finding clever solutions. This innovative accessory makes it easier than ever to play music from your iPhone®, Android™, or other music player in your classic vehicle, plus you won't have to look at that exposed, dangling cord anymore.

With built-in USB and AUX inputs, this 54" extension cord allows you to create an easily accessible location to plug in your devices. Connect the cord to the rear inputs on your RetroSound receiver, then mount the other end of the adapter in the cigarette lighter hole, in the glove box, or under the dash in your vehicle. Whichever option you choose, you'll enjoy the clean look of your dash and the clear sound of your music. Warranty: 1 year.

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What's in the box:

  • 53" USB/Aux extension cable
  • Under-dash mounting bracket

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Features

USB/Aux Extension Cable: This USB/Auxiliary extension cable is available in black or chrome and can be either panel-mounted or, with the black version only, mounted beneath the dash with the supplied under-dash housing. It features a 53" extension of both a USB input and a standard 3.5mm auxiliary input. This can be used to add a USB port and auxiliary input in place of the factory cigarette lighter or almost anywhere in your classis car or truck.

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Customer Q&A

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Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
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I couldn't use my OEM port, but I think I'll be able to make this look stellar. [ Chris  Mar 05, 2019 ]
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to add to my daughters Camaro [ Robert  Jan 05, 2016 ]

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Can the 3.5mm plug support video? I am looking for an extension cable that can both plug into the rear usb port and rear av-in port (which is a 3.5mm port) of a kenwood received. Thanks.
[ Mike  Dec 21, 2014 ]
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I am pretty sure it cannot. mono has 2 zones, stereo has 3 zones, and video has 4 zones on the plug. This one his a stereo plug. One zone between the black bands of insulation is negative. Everything is grounded through this one. mono sends the hot through one spot to the device and returns to ground or negative. Stereo sends left and right hot signals. And video sends video, left and right hot signals and they all return through ground.
[ Mark  Dec 16, 2015 ]
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The ken wood requires both the USB and the 3.5mm port to support an iPad or iPod. Don't have an iPhone so cannot comment there. If iPad is important then the Bluetooth connection can be used. Then the 3.5mm port can be used for video, though I have not tried that. However it is only two connections, right and left. So if video requires 3 connections then that is out.
[ Raymond  Dec 21, 2014 ]
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I am sorry i can't answer this yet i have not hooked it up yet
[ TIMOTHY J  Dec 21, 2014 ]
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It would depend on your head unit. The set up for the cable is designed to pass audio. For my pioneer head unit I can use Hdmi input or rca jacks. Be careful though. I found that the jacks are very loose. I had to slightly bend the lip to hold the cables that I plug up to it. Works great otherwise.
[ KEVIN  Dec 21, 2014 ]
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It's a standard 3.5mm extension cord so it should work as well as any other one. I use mine for audio only and works great. High quality products.
[ Joseph  Dec 21, 2014 ]
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No Mike... just audio
[ ALEX  Dec 21, 2014 ]

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