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GenuineXL 65-12-6-961-219 Radio and CD Player BMW Business CD (Rebuilt) - Replaces OE Number 65-12-6-961-219
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Car Stereo Guides

Things to Consider When Buying a New Car Audio System

A long, sunny drive wouldn't be complete if there's no music everyone can enjoy. Even a stormy, frightful night on the road needs weather condition updates on the radio. These are just examples of how essential a car stereo is. If you want to change your stereo and upgrade to the latest models, then you've come to the right place.

In this portion, you can find additions that fit your style, and some very useful tips when buying a new car stereo.

What to check first in a car stereo

There are a lot of types of car stereos around from different brand because this might be the most popular car modification every owner would like to have. But before you get too excited, here's a list of things you have to consider first before putting your hands on a new one.

  1. Size - Check the size of your front console first before you run to the next audio store. There are stereos with screens which is bigger than the regular flat ones.
  2. Compatibility - Another useful tip for a music junkie, check if your car's make, year, and model are compatible to the stereo you want. This will have an effect in the wiring system so make sure to check on this one also.

Car stereo upgrade list

The stereo in your car right now isn't that bad, but it can be greatly enhanced from its factory settings. Here's a list of features you might want to include in your new set-up.

Simply put, these great additions can play thousands of songs from your portable storage devices. Gone are the days when you still flip through CDs while you drive.

This will give easier control when switching stations. No one needs to stretch his arm anymore and press the button on the front console.

A very useful and innovative feature, this prevents the driver to use his cell phone and steer at the same time. Voice activated commands instantly dials and calls any number from the driver's mobile.

It is very helpful to a driver to have a map by his side. A GPS device is not a new technology, but new models can now send and receive messages via the device.

This upgrade is very prominent for modified cars, a monitor in front and two more at the back. The dual zone audio/ video operation separates control for all monitors, giving each passenger the power to choose whichever he station likes.

  • USB port/ Memory card reader slot
  • Remote control
  • Bluetooth, hands-free cell phone access
  • Navigation System
  • Dual Zone Audio/ Video Operation

It's Time to Level up and Replace your Old Car Stereo

Can you see the dust of previous years cover the surface of your car stereo? Do you still hear the feed when you switch stations? Well it's time to put that to an end, and begin a new generation with the best car stereo out there. You don't have to call any professional audio guy to help you out, this step-by-step guide will provide easy to follow instructions.

Difficulty evel: Easy

Tools checklist

  • Screwdriver
  • Pliers

Step 1:Disconnect the negative terminal of your car's battery. Make sure that the cable will not make contact to the battery.

Step 2: Locate the bolts or the tabs that seal your car's dashboard kit. Use the screwdriver to remove it so you can gain access to the console area.

Step 3:Remove your current car stereo on the dashboard kit. Unscrew or disconnect the tabs if necessary. Remember to place the screws in a safe location where you can readily re-attach them later.

Step 4: Pull the car stereo out towards you until it is completely out of the holding bracket.

Step 5: Disconnect all the wires attached to the current car stereo until you can already carry it out.

Step 6: Take your new car stereo and connect all the wires that were attached in the old one.

Step 7: Slide it in the holding bracket and check if it's totally in place.

Step 8: Screw the dashboard kit back to its position, and connect the negative cable of the battery.

Step 9: Switch on the car, and observe the new car stereo for sound clarity and response of the buttons.

There you have it! This entire installation guide will only take 15-20 minutes to finish, and even a novice DIYer can accomplish it easily.

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