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We tackle the question "How can I use my smartphone with a new car stereo?" by looking at which specific phone functions the user wants to control through the stereo, and the methods of connection, including MHL/HDMI, Bluetooth, and USB for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

How do I get Bluetooth® in my car?
by Robert Ferency-Viars

Bluetooth® wireless technology can be a great benefit in the car, where we tend to juggle gadgets plugged into the stereo. Find out what it takes to add hands-free talking and wireless music streaming to your car stereo.

Introduction to car stereo
by Robert Ferency-Viars

A car stereo is the centerpiece of any car audio system. This introduction highlights the stereo's functions and makes it easier to find the right receiver for your car or truck.

The "ideal" car audio system is not necessarily the loudest one, or the most expensive one. It's the one that best meets your needs. So, the first step is to figure out what your needs are. Start by asking yourself the right questions.

Bluetooth isn't just about hands-free calling. It also gives you wireless music streaming from smartphones and other Bluetooth devices. In this article, Crutchfield walks you through what you need to know to about using Bluetooth in the car.

NFC (Near Field Communication) offers an easier way to pair your Bluetooth smartphone with some newer car stereo receivers. See how it works in this short demo video.

Bluetooth® hands-free calling can be a great benefit in the car, especially when it's integrated into your car stereo. Watch this video for a quick look at what it takes to add hands-free talking and wireless music streaming to your car stereo.

Kenwood's DDX573BH DVD receiver includes Bluetooth, a built-in HD Radio tuner, an option for adding satellite radio, and serious connectivity for smartphones, all controlled by a sharp 6.2" touchscreen display. Take a look at in this demo video.

Looking for a simple-to-use replacement for a factory radio that's seen better days? Clarion's CZ105BT CD receiver offers Bluetooth for hands-free calling and audio streaming, lots of music options, and sound-shaping tools to get the most out of your sound. Its simple display and button layout give you quick control over your music. See it in action in this demo video.

If you get your music from a device instead of a disc, you need a receiver that's designed to get the most out of your digital music collection. JVC's KD-X330BTS digital media receiver handles all your devices, plus it gives you the power and sound-shaping tools you need to make your music sound fantastic. See it in this demo video.

You can enjoy loads of music with the Kenwood KDC-BT565U's controls for Internet radio stations, a USB input for your iOS or Android, and an optional SiriusXM tuner to tune in satellite radio goodness. Plus there's Bluetooth for hands-free calling and audio streaming. Take a look at some features in this demo video.

Pioneer's AVH-280BT DVD receiver has Bluetooth, so you can listen to content from your smartphone without having to fumble with aux inputs and cables. If you enjoy your music from other sources, never fear. This receiver covers the bases with CD and DVD playback, an aux input, and iPod and iPhone control via USB. Take a look at it in this car stereo demo video.

The KD-R875BTS CD receiver features ergonomic controls and an enlarged display that let you quickly make a hands-free call, choose your music, and set up your sound the way you want it. You can pair up two phones simultaneously, and you have several options for radio listening, including AM/FM, satellite, and multiple Internet radio choices. Take a look at it in action in this demo video.

Clarion's CZ505 CD receiver lets you upgade the sound in your car and add some cool features. You can stream music and talk hands-free with built-in Bluetooth, plus control Pandora from the receiver.

The Kenwood Excelon DDX6902S DVD receiver includes Apple CarPlay to provide new ways to access your entertainment, maps, and other content without taking your attention off the road. This Kenwood also offers an HD Radio tuner, built-in Bluetooth®, and plenty of options for music and video. See it in this demo video.

Clarion's FX503 digital media receiver looks like your standard high-end multimedia receiver, but it's much, much more. Smart Access, Clarion's exclusive cloud-based platform, gives you hands-free entry to a wide variety of real-time services and dozens of apps through your iPhone or Android smartphone. Take a look at this receiver in this car stereo demo video.

Sony's XAV-68BT DVD receiver has Bluetooth for audio streaming and hands-free calling, giving you a wireless link between your mobile device and the receiver. You can plug your iPod, iPhone, or Android phone into the receiver's front USB input for direct control and playback of your music. Or insert a CD or DVD loaded with MP3 or WMA music files for hours of audio entertainment.See it in action in this demo video.

Kenwood's DDX6702S DVD receiver includes Apple CarPlay, which provides iPhone users a more robust interface for their apps using its brilliant 6.2" touchscreen display. This Kenwood also offers an HD Radio tuner, built-in Bluetooth, and plenty of options for music and video. Take a look in this demo video.

Put Bluetooth in your car with Pioneer's DEH-X4800BT CD receiver. The DEH-X4800BT also is a well-rounded music machine, with aux and USB inputs, with Android and iPhone compatibility and Pandora controls. Check it out in this demo video.

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