I have a “Stereo Magic” underdash brand in my 1966 Belvedere convertible. Appears to be made by Bendix. The original owner got it shortly after she bought the car. The knob looks just like the rear speaker underdash factory knob. The sound is somewhat less than optimum, especially driving with the top down. Sounds best playing 60s surf music. The car has a 66 factory Chrysler AM/FM radio installed by the dealer. [Only the C bodies came with AM/FM radios.]
This might apply more to those like myself who grew up in the 60s, but does anyone remember the Reverberation Units that cars had back then? My best buddy in HS had a 64 Impala that had a reverb unit in the rear, and my memory tells me that it was soooooo cool. Better sound than a stereo speaker.
Seems that the guitars were more vibrant and the drums (most songs back then were heavy on guitars and drums) more lively. Or, is it my memory?
Does anyone have a reverb unit in their car? If so, how is it? I have a couple units and are tempted to have one placed in my 71 Gran Coupe Fury or 74 Charger.....