Buying a car audio video system

The type of car audio video system you install in your vehicle can be made to suit your tastes. You don’t have to have a boot full of woofers and screens behind every seat. You can have your system as simple or elaborate as your budget allows.

Standard Car Systems

Standard car entertainment systems come with radio and a mild set of speakers wired to the bottom of the front doors. While it would drive a 20-year-old with a barely-creased license crazy to be seen in such a car, most adults with other more-pressing commitments will gladly leave the car as they bought it. Nowadays, though, more and more cars are coming with rather nifty systems as standard. These have MP3 playing capability and a USB slot so you can play music from a portable hard-drive.

More, Please

This however, probably still won’t be enough to calm the hot-blooded youth who needs to compete with his friends. For starters, car stereo DVD players must be installed in the vehicle. Next, a proper set of speakers are a must-have. These modifications are usually done at special garages, whose sole purpose seems to be making the dreams of these youngsters come true.

Advanced Stereo

We are in the age where mobile is everything and everything is mobile. On top of the car being mobile, it needs to be able to work with mobile devices such as cellphones, iPods, PDAs, the works. Car systems have now been invented with this capability, allowing drivers to plug in their iPhones and play music stored there and still receive telephone calls hands-free. This is the car audio video system of today, not the future: they’re now available on www.ebay.co.uk and www.amazon.co.uk.

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