Skip Navigation

Your search for audio receiver returned these articles:

The second-generation Toyota Tundra is big enough, tough enough, and strong enough to go head-to-head with the best of the Big Three. The factory stereo isn't bad, but if you're looking to upgrade your Tundra's sound system, Crutchfield has the equipment and advice you need.

2008-2010 Dodge Charger
by Jon Paulette

The 2008-10 Dodge Charger is handsome, roomy, comfortable and, if it's "got a Hemi in it," almost ridiculously powerful. Chargers are easy to shop for, easy to work on, and well worth the investment. If you're planning a killer stereo installation, you've purchased the right car.

This Honda Civic was nice enough when new, but it's also an easy car to improve. A wide variety of go-fast parts are available, plus it's also a great car for first-timers to work on. If you want to upgrade the audio performance in your Civic, we have the gear you need.

2001-2005 Honda Civic sedan
by Matt Holliday

Thanks to near-legendary reliability, affordability and efficiency, the Honda Civic has long been one of the most popular cars around. They're also known for longevity, so if your seventh-generation Civic is still running strong, a new stereo is probably a wise investment.

Harry from Pioneer Electronics came to visit us here at Crutchfield and showed us some of the great features available on their DEH-80PRS CD receiver.

2003-2007 Honda Accord sedan
by Buck Pomerantz

The Honda Accord sedan has long been the poster child for what the automotive industry does right. It's attractive, comfortable, safe, reliable, and known for maintaining a high resale value. Most people keep their Accords for a long time, so it makes sense to upgrade the stereo system.

The Impreza Wagon is a popular vehicle, especially big with the tuner crowd and in areas that suffer from harsh winters. The WRX version, in particular, has made its mark as a sporty, high-performance vehicle with lots of room for mechanical, cosmetic, and audio upgrades.

The Chevy Silverado has always been a workhorse, so it's not surprising to see so many 1999-2002 models on the road today. If your truck is still running strong, why not replace the weak, old factory stereo with something that sounds better and gives you more features?

We wanted to answer the most basic question about car audio: is it really worth it to upgrade? Using a 2004 Ford F-150 as our test vehicle, we installed some great gear, then documented the system performance and improvements along the way:

Many new car receivers are equipped with USB ports. Is there a charging advantage for receivers that have USB ports rated at 1 Amp, versus those rated 500 milliamps?

Speaker Cable Challenge
by Steve Kindig

We headed to our Labs space to see if we could hear differences between various grades of speaker wire. Read what some of our listeners had to say.

We wanted to answer the most basic question about car audio: is it really worth it to upgrade? With the help of the Crutchfield Labs, we set out to prove just how much better music sounds when it's played through a high-quality aftermarket system.

The F-150 SuperCab gives you more room for family, pets, stuff--and audio upgrades. The comfortable interior offers plenty of space for a new receiver, speakers, and even a subwoofer. You'll have lots of options, and the modular design takes the hassle out of installation.

2004-2006 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited
by Charlie Pastorfield

With the Wrangler Unlimited, you can get away from it all without leaving great stereo sound behind. There's room for a powerful new receiver, plenty of spaces for speakers, and a variety of interesting options if you want to add a subwoofer.

Ford must have had car audio fans in mind when they built this truck. The roomy interior offers plenty of space for new speakers, a stereo, and much more. You'll have plenty of options to choose from, and the modular design makes installation surprisingly easy.

2010-2014 Ford Mustang coupe
by Matt Holliday

In 2010, Ford treated the fifth-generation Mustang to a mid-cycle update that included subtle styling tweaks, more horsepower and better fuel economy. The factory stereos aren't bad, but if you're serious about sound, you'll want to do some updating of your own.

Receivers glossary
by Dave Bar

Learn about the features and technical specifications found on many of today's receivers.

In this article, we'll explain the ins and outs of setting up your receiver, so you can get all the audio and video performance you paid for.

Powering your multi-room music system
by Crutchfield Writing Team

There are a number of different ways to power a house full of speakers. Here's an overview of things you need to know.

Want to shop audio receiver?

There are 2818 products that match your search.