A car without an audio system is hard to imagine these days. While car radio receivers were first installed in a vehicle in 1922, present-day vehicle’s audio system offers not only music sound, but also more additional options like navigation, entertainment, and other electronic abilities.
The car audio system is usually located in the center console of a vehicle and its housing size is usually standardized. The car audio equipment can easily be replaced by newer models. If the car radio is integrated into the navigation system, the combination cannot usually be replaced by a universal system. On the other hand, these car radios often offer comfort options such as operation via switches on the steering wheel. This allows the driver to keep the focus on the traffic. Particularly high-quality car stereo systems can also play DVDs and show the picture either on their own display or on TFT screens in the rear seat.
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