I bought this radio because I wanted to keep the stock look to the dash but still have a new sound system. This radio fits right into the stock dash opening. It has that old school look but has big clear sound. It is very easy to install and hook up. This radio does have an auxiliary input jack. The only down side is that this jack is on the back of the radio. So if you plan to use the aux input you have to plug a cable into the back of the radio and run it to your input device.
This USA-2 radio met my needs, was delivered within days, installation was extremely easy, connections were clearly marked and it works great. Even though my hearing is not as fine tuned as the worst tone deaf individual, the sound will do for the price paid. It looks good in my resto-mod. The display is somewhat confusing with the old style analog markings on the display window, which add visual interferance to the electronic display of station and time, but I'm not driving a convertible to listen to a radio anyway.
I agree with the positives of the other reviews plus one more aspect of Custom AutoSound. They are willing to let you remove your radio, pay for shipping, and do without for 3+ weeks every time it needs repair during the warranty period. You'll even get a nice refurbished replacement if convenient for them. My first problem was the connector and loose wires. CAS sent a replacement wiring harness and allowed me to do the hours of its replacement. Next was intermittent speaker problems. I removed the radio, shipped it, and did without for 3+ weeks. They sent a replacement radio. Currently this replacement directly from CAS is on its way back to them. The right control knob would only go into one setting adjustment...volume. Subsequent presses for Bass, Treble, Balance, Fader, etc would result in merely volume dropping to zero instead allowing access to these other settings. Between gas, shipping, and time, this radio keeps on costing during its warranty period. I'm only six months into this radio with many