KHE-300-USB 1967-1969 Mopar A Body
For many classic car owners (such as 1967-69 Mopar), the radio means so much when it comes to enhancing the driving experience and overall enjoyment they get out of cruising in their car. Furthermore, some classic car owners may be looking to upgrade their radio with one that has a little bit more functions/controls to play with but are scared of ruining the car's original look. However, at Vintage Car Radio that is not a problem as all their radios are designed to look just like the original radio that came with your car, in this case a 1967-69 Mopar, when it was made. Moreover, one such radio, called the KHE-300 will be looked at and discussed in this article.
First and foremost, the KHE-300 is made by the brand Ken Harrison and is custom designed to fit your classic 1967-69 Mopar's factory dashboard. Secondly, it comes with all the usual bells and whistles such as six AM and six FM presets, manual up and down tuning, seek/auto scan controls as well as a clock time/frequency selector. Thirdly, the KHE-300 is also equipped with several functions and controls that improve the overall sound quality and listening experience such as a PLL synthesizer digital tuner, four way fade control, separate bass/treble control and a powerful 200 watt power output. Last but not least, the KHE-300 is also fitted with several features that one would see in any modern-day car such as an LCD display with blue illumination, front USB input for iPod or MP3 player, front mini SD card reader and Bluetooth wireless streaming.
Moving forward, the KHE-300 is built to last and is very reliable. Furthermore, unlike some other companies whose radios lack quality and a sleek design, the KHE-300 is none the less, a very impressive radio that will leave any classic 1967-69 Mopar owner very satisfied and pleased.