Sometimes your original stereo is not quite up to scratch, and you want something to go way beyond. Sure, you Have your factory stereo, but often it is not enough or simply doesn't have all the features you need. Your stereo head unit is where all the music starts, so you need to make sure you are getting the best one you can find. Today you can easily upgrade your vehicle with an aftermarket car stereo that provides additional options such as HD radio reception, Bluetooth connectivity, USB ports, iPod interface, while taking your sound quality up.
There are many different stereos available, and each one has different features to suit the way you listen to music. Some have screens so you can light up the interior with a stunning display in time with the music, some can easily tune into satellite radio, and others can tune into everything from your iPod to a USB flash drive. They are designed to fit most dashboards, and they are relatively easy to install as long as you are following the included instructions. Most of you probably thought that its difficult to replace the stereo and refused from this idea. We want to show that you were wrong and in reality it is really easy to do. Check out this video to see how easy factory unit can be replaced:
To install your new stereo, you’ll need a dash kit (DIN or double-DIN depending on your requirements). We have them in different shapes and materials to meet all your needs! To check other audio components, like amplifiers, subwoofers, speakers, antennas, harness, etc. click here: Car Audio Systems & Electronics at CARiD.com
Pioneer® - 7" AppRadio 3 Double DIN In-Dash DVD Receiver with iPhone and Android Control, Bluetooth and MirrorLink
BOSS® - Single DIN DVD/CD/MP3/AM/FM Receiver with 7" Widescreen Touchscreen TFT Monitor
BOSS® - Double DIN CD/MP3/AM/FM Stereo Receiver
Kenwood® - Single DIN In-Dash CD/MP3/WMA/AM/FM Receiver
Metra® - Single DIN Stereo Dash Kit
* Aftermarket audio systems may require additional wiring harness adapters or other upgrades. In some cases aftermarket units may not be compatible with a vehicle's electronic systems. For the newer models we recommend professional advice with technical/audio specialist or dealer, since some modifications might be required.
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