Do You Still Need To Upgrade Your In-Car Entertainment System?


Published on November 28th, 2015 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez


Do You Still Need To Upgrade Your In-Car Entertainment System?

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Until some 8-9 years ago most new cars needed to immediately have a stereo upgrade as car manufacturers cut their cost by installing minimum systems.


In recent years this has changed and today even the most basic of cars have more than decent stereos and executive cars come with multi adaptable systems that are I-Pod, USB, WMA ready to cater for a growing trend with car buyers looking for better systems.



Some also come with a rear view camera to assist some lacking drivers in reversing the cars even when they already have reverse sensors to guide them.


Car manufacturers have also realized that their cars have more electronics, airbags and technology systems running the length of their cars and so a car accessory shop installer might not be able to work around their systems and so cause the cars electronics to fail and even promote lesser safety.


With quality stereos installed in the factory, car owners need not visit accessory shops that might ruin their electronics and also void the much-needed warranty.

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