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We are sincerely looking forward to establishing long-term and strategic cooperative relationships with you based on the formula of "mutual benefits and win-win business". SYGAV, a leading manufacturer and distributor of the aftermarket Android head unit, wants to remind potential customers of what you need to look for when shopping for one of these items. It is no surprise that upgrades on your vehicle will provide you with years more of use and enjoyment. One of the biggest ones for pure enjoyment is a head unit or stereo. While the newest vehicles come with these items built in, they may not have all the features that you want.
Today, many people with Android cell phones want to take advantage of the new Android Auto feature, which lets the most popular cell phone features to be beamed onto the dash of your vehicle, such as playing music from your phone, GPS navigation, and doing calls hands-free.
Before you get your new head unit stereo, keep these factors in mind:
Different cars have different set ups for their dashboards. That can make choosing the right head unit a little more difficult. Some cars have what is called a double DIN stereo, which means there are two stereo slots stacked on top of each other. Other cars feature a single DIN stereo, which involves less space. It is important to know which your vehicle has before you start shopping.
Many audio installation facilities will put in anything you buy in their place. However, if you are buying a head unit or stereo online, you need to check if your shop will install it for you. You might install it on your own but bear in mind that the electronics on newer cars are complex and you could get in over your head.
When you take out your stereo, you could affect other vital systems, such as your climate controls, air bags, and car alarm. You should know how your car will behave when you take out the OEM stereo.
If you have an older car, you may want to keep the OEM look of your dashboard. In that case, doing a custom installation or running your Android phone separately might be smart; auto head units from Android can take up a lot of space. They also do not exactly match the look and feel of an older vehicle. In other situations, you should check that the color scheme and appearance of the head unit matches the look of your car’s interior.
If you are going to spend the money on a new stereo or head unit, you will want to have one that has an interface that is user friendly. You should get a unit you want that you barely need to touch for it to operate.
Now that you know more about aftermarket head units and stereos, you should be able to make a better buying decision.