If you’re going to be adding a car radio to your car, you’re probably going to want to install some type of system to it. Whether it be a speaker, satellite radio, FM radio, or even satellite navigation, you are going to need a decent installation to get it to work properly.
Here we go again with the car stereo myths that will keep you up at night because you want a stereo in your car. In this blog, we debunk 5 of the most commonly heard these myths. 1. The car radio is cheap and easy to install 2. You can just buy a cheap stereo and install it yourself 3. The stereo and car radio systems are completely different animals 4.
How to get three of the most common car stereo speaker myths to the finish line. This is not just a ‘how to’, this is a ‘why’ as to why you should be able to make the car stereo more user-friendly and affordable. I mean, that doesn’t seem real simple… New blog: You may have come to the car stereo with some preconceived ideas.
I like this car stereo. This car stereo, while not the cheapest, is the most convenient to use model due to its simple yet functional installation process. There is no need to carry any cables or wires, just the stereo and an external switch, and you are set. As for the speaker, well they are a little more complicated, especially because of the small speaker grill, but it is the main advantage over many cars.
How to install a car stereo Old blog: A Car Stereo is a good idea. No matter a car stereo is a luxury item, we should be willing to spend some extra money for that to come in and make it a decent deal. In this blog, we show you how to install a car stereo without spending much more money than you would anyways.
What kind of car stereo would you want to buy? As a good consumer, you’re going to want to have the most comfortable system possible, so what you’re going to want is the best system possible. In a way, you may want to trade an MP3 player for an even better car stereo. The car stereo you want is one that allows you to get the most out of your music even at a low price.
I love my new car stereo. My wife, however, does not. At times, I have to rely on my iPhone or iPod Touch to enjoy music — something of an inconvenience that I am not fond of anymore.