Car CD/MP3 Players Information
Car CD/MP3 Player
Aftermarket in dash car stereos usually come standard with controls for your AM/FM tuner and also have CD, MP3, WMA, and AAC playback capability. They also include standard controls for volume, balance, tone, fader, and source selection. Unlike factory radios, after-market head units have special skip protection, built-in crossovers and equalizers, and even Dolby Digital and DTS surround sound decoding. The top of line car receivers include features such as satellite radio controls, digital HD Radio, internal hard drives, Bluetooth capability, and inputs for iPod and USB use.
Many of our car stereos offer connectivity with iPods, USBs, and SD Cards for MP3 playback. This means you can play the music on your portable media player through your car receiver, controlling it all through your car radio. Just simply plug your portable music player into the stereo. Some car head units require plug adapters to do this, and in a limited number of older models you can only control the music through the portable player. You can also install a FM modulator so you can listen to your portable media players via a radio frequency. Car stereos that are geared with the latest Bluetooth technology enable you to play music wirelessly from your laptop, cell phone or other digital media players. Certain car stereos even offer a built-in hard drive for storing your entire music library.