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We've learned a lot about marine audio installations over the years. The most important thing we've learned is that the more you know about the boat you're working on, the less it seems like work. Here are a few tips from our marine team.

Home theater receivers buying guide
by Crutchfield Writing Team

From playing music to delivering surround sound thrills, today's home theater receivers offer more than ever. Learn how to find a model that's right for you.

There are as many kinds of boaters as there are different kinds of boats, so sweeping generalizations are worth about as much as a fishnet windsock. That said, if you see a little bit of yourself in these user profiles, it might help you create your ideal marine audio system.

The radio you have determines which SiriusXM satellite radio plan you can get. Find out what's available for your particular radio, plus check out a channel guide.

Life with a factory stereo
by Charlie Pastorfield

Many new vehicles incorporate climate controls and other features into their factory radios, making it difficult to install a new stereo. Car stereo manufacturers have responded with a variety of products for upgrading your factory radio. Don't want to replace your radio? Charlie Pastorfield reviews some of your options.

When it's time to upgrade your boat's audio system, it's important to look for marine-rated stereo equipment that can stand up to life on the water. This handy guide will give you some tips on what to buy for your boat.

Satellite Radio Glossary
by Matt Freeman

Learn about the features and specifications included in satellite radio technology.

Kenwood's DDX393 DVD receiver shows off a redesigned interface, delivering simple, easy-to-see info on a 6.2" touchscreen display. It's also equipped with wired and wireless solutions for your smartphone, the ability to add satellite radio, and sound-sculpting controls to satisfy any tweakers. Take a look in this demo video.

Our friend Tim already had a cool boat, but the stereo wasn't keeping up with the program. We decided to do something about that. Here's the gear we chose.

JVC's KD-R775S CD receiver gives you control over your favorite satellite radio stations with the addition of an optional tuner. Your music options don't stop there - the KD-R775S also features a versatile USB port, an auxiliary input, compatibility with multiple digital music formats, CD playback, and a sensitive AM/FM tuner. See it in this car stereo 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.

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.

2006-2010 Hyundai Sonata
by Jon Paulette

The Hyundai Sonata is a smart, stylish, well-made sedan that's good enough to compete head-to-head with any car in its segment. The factory stereos are losing the battle against time, though, so if you care about sound, you'll want to upgrade.

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.

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