What is the Best Speaker System For your Car
Whether your vehicle is a 25-year-old cruiser or a brand new Fiat, it’s very rare that the manufacturer’s stock speaker system is good enough to meet all of your needs, especially if you are the kind of person who finds themselves reading this article. It’s easy enough to say that your car stereo isn’t good enough, but how do you decide which is best? It can be easy to get bogged down in researching Bluetooth units and reviews of double din head units, so here’s a couple of tips on the sorts of features you might want to look for in a new speaker system.
This may seem like a very obvious point, but it is always a prime factor to look out for. Even higher-end cars come with sub-par speakers and basic stereo units. It should always be a top priority when trialing or browsing speaker systems to listen for any tininess or vibrations while music is playing. This can immediately alert you to bad quality speakers or even stereos.
On the other side of the spectrum from a necessity to an increasingly useful, if slightly extravagant, feature. Many speaker systems, especially the modern din head units now feature smartphone integration in their displays, allowing you to see key information from your phone as well as control it using touch or voice controls. With how useful GPS directions are and how important controlling your music can be, it is very important to be able to have a free range of your phone’s features while keeping with today’s ever-strict laws on using devices while driving. Getting a system with this integration will almost always also put you in a range of all-around great systems, as it is a slightly higher-end feature to have.