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Vehicle audio is equipment installed in a car or other vehicle to provide in-car entertainment and information for the vehicle occupants. Until the 1950s it consisted of a simple AM radio. Additions since then have included FM radio (1952), CD players (1984), navigation systems, Bluetooth telephone integration, and smartphone controllers like CarPlay and Android Auto. Once controlled from the dashboard with a few buttons, they can now be controlled by steering wheel controls and voice commands.
Initially implemented for listening to music and radio, vehicle audio is now part of car telematics, telecommunication, in-vehicle security, handsfree calling, navigation, and remote diagnostics systems. It is also used to create fake engine noise. For the 2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost, an "Active Noise Control" system was developed that amplifies the engine sound through the car speakers. A similar system is used in the F-150 pickup truck. Volkswagen uses a Soundaktor, a special speaker to play sounds in cars such as the Golf GTi and Beetle Turbo. BMW plays a recorded sample of its motors through the car speakers, using a different samples according to the engine’s load and power.
I picked this up recently, but decided to go a different direction with my car stereo. Still in great condition, barely broke in.
Interested in trading for a 9mm carry package ar15 or ak. Cash on my end if needed.
13.5" subwoofer with dual 4-ohm voice coils...
Well... okay, It was actually installed. But I replaced it right away
So, its a digital media (bluetooth, usb, sd card & aux) single-DIN
Comes with unused metal mounting thing.... remote, all that is pictured
The harness has male blade type connectors crimped on already.
This year I got out of firearms a bit and spent some time getting stuff for myself etc
Well I ended up selling both my rifles and now have nothing. Thought maybe someone would want these before I post em elsewhere. This setup is so loud it makes your neighbors pissed we set car alarms off it...
2000 Ford Expedition with the MACH audio system. I'd like to put a newer deck in it with an AUX jack or Bluetooth, such that I can connect it to my iPhone and listen to audio books or music (all on the iPhone) while driving.
Years ago a place tried to put a deck but couldn't seem to get it...