1967-1973 Mercury Cougar Radio, USA-1
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In addition to the features listed above, this 1967-1973 Cougar radio features 4 channel pre-amp outputs so that you can add an amplifier if you choose. Also, the 1967-1973 Cougar USA-1 radio is available with either a chrome or a black nose piece. We typically recommend chrome unless you have completely blacked out your dash. The black nosepiece tends to look a little 80’s. For the auxiliary input, we recommend running the cable into the ashtray, glove box, or any other location that will work for your needs.
- AM-FM Stereo
- 200 Watts (4 x 50 Peak)
- Auto-Reverse Cassette Player
- Electronic Tuning & Volume Control
- 2 Channel RCA Aux Input for iPod, Satellite Radio Tuner, Etc.
- 4 way fader
- L/R Balance
- Digital Clock
- 18 FM and 12 AM Presets
- Preset Scan
- 4 Channel RCA Pre-outs for an external amplifier
- Bass & Treble Controls
- Power Antenna Lead
- Available with Chrome or Black Nosepiece
Does the Radio Come with a Bezel?
No, the radio does not come with a bezel and the picture shows the radio installed in the dash.
Does the Radio come with a Harness?
All radios come with a new wiring harness that you will need to splice and connect to your vehicle's electrical system.
Can I use my Original Knobs?
Original radios were "D" shafts and our radios are split shaft. To make the originals work you need to remove the insert and installa piece of metal for the split shaft.
Where is the RCA Auxiliary Input?
The RCA auxiliary input is located are on the back of the radio to maintain the classic styling on the face of the radio. The cable does come with the radio
How Deep is the Radio Itself?
The USA-1 has a 7” mounting depth, while the USA-230 and USA-630 have a 6.5” mounting depth.
Should I Choose a Chrome or Black Nosepiece?
The picture shown is a chrome nosepiece. We typically recommend chrome unless you have completely blacked out the dash of your vehicle. Chrome has a more classic look, while the black nosepiece tends to look like it is from the 1980’s.