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A tale of two Mustangs
by Jon Paulette

Whether you own a classic or contemporary Ford Mustang, we can help you build a car stereo system that's as legendary as the car you drive.

The HDMI input in certain Kenwood receivers lets you view your phone's screen right in your dash, and control certain apps from Kenwood's touchscreen.

Andrew W's 2007 Toyota Tacoma
by Dominic Devito

Andrew W. from Charlotte, NC, loaded up his 2007 Toyota Tacoma with a Kenwood navigation receiver, some Alpine speakers, and a pair of Rockford Fosgate subs.

Clarion's Intelligent VOICE software lets you talk in conversational English, and delivers relevant results quickly, thanks to incorporated Google Voice technology.

MHL/HDMI, Bluetooth, and USB for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are three of the ways to connect a smartphone to a car stereo. We'll examine them all in this article.

Alpine Restyle kits transform your vehicle's ho-hum stereo and dash into an aftermarket work of art with a large touchscreen that looks even better than factory.

A dedicated car GPS solution like an in-dash or portable navigator offers several advantages over smartphone navigation. Here are eight ways a GPS device is better.

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