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A Big Screen Offers Big Advantages Why put a large-screen receiver in your dash? Large touchscreens, loads of built-in features, and easy viewability are just some of the advantages to building your stereo around...

Introduction to Car StereoA car stereo is the centerpiece of any car audio system. This introduction highlights the stereos functions and makes it easier to shop for a new one.

Digital Media Receivers Shopping GuideDigital media receivers are becoming a more common aftermarket in-dash receiver option. How do you pick the right one? Answering these questions below will help you narrow down your choices to get the right digital media receiver for you.

First, you might consider replacing your factory speakers with quality aftermarket speakers. If your speakers are sub-par — and most factory speakers are — then your sound will suffer, regardless of what’s powering them. Second, a new receiver or amplifier provides better power for your speakers, giving you an immediate boost in sound quality by helping the speakers deliver more accurate sound. Adding a subwoofer brings in the audio frequencies that smaller speakers just can’t reproduce. Read more about how to create your ideal car stereo system.

People usually purchase an in-dash video monitor for two reasons: ease of system control and GPS navigation. The large screen makes it easier to see stereo settings and other menu options. Touchscreen controls let you use a 6.5- or 7-inch screen to make system changes — very handy and much safer when you’re in traffic. In-dash navigation, a growing trend in new car stereo purchases, brings you the incredible benefits of GPS guidance displayed on a big screen. Learn more about in-dash navigation.

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