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Custom Autosound has a variety of options for getting music in the car that don't require getting some 21st Century gear that you have to mount conspicuously on the dash of your 20th Century vehicle. Their Secretaudio system has been around for a few years and is comprised of a main receiver/amplifier unit, a remote and a CD changer, and can be hidden wherever you have the space. The receiver/amp offers 4 x 35 watts of power, separate bass and treble controls and four-channel RCA pre-outs for external amps. The handy RF remote doesn't require you to be in direct line with the display so the unit can be hidden. You can use it from as much as 40 feet away, and control all functions of the system as well as the 10-disc changer. A 12-foot cord from the main unit plugs into a LCD display, and a 15-foot cord connects the CD changer to the receiver. The system can be purchased complete for $489.95, or you can purchase only the main unit for $239.95. Included with the system is a flush-mount bezel for console or dash mounting. The small dimensions of the flush mount system allow you to install the LCD display almost anywhere. The LCD is accompanied by a bracket mount for easy installation in the glove box, under the dash, in the ashtray, console, or wherever you choose. Since its only 3/4-inch deep, it's especially handy for custom or street rod applications.