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Watch this video for a step-by-step overview of a basic car stereo installation. The actual steps involved vary from car to car, but this is a good example.
Large touchscreens, loads of built-in features, and easy viewability are just some of the advantages to building your stereo around a large-screen receiver.
From in-dash DVD players to easy-add-on portable systems, car video makes your trips a lot more fun, and this article covers the topic from front to back.
When adding an aftermarket receiver, you need a steering wheel control adapter to keep the functionality and convenience of your steering wheel controls.
A car stereo is the centerpiece of any car audio system. This introduction explains how to choose the right receiver for your car or truck.
When you replace your factory radio with a new aftermarket receiver, you'll lose your steering wheel audio controls. Here's how to get them back.
Crutchfield's Mobile Video Installation Guide provides details on suggested system layouts and wiring routes for several major types of mobile video systems.
This installation guide shows you how to remove your old car stereo and install and wire a new stereo in your car.
What exactly is firmware, and why is it so important? This article answers those questions, and offers some advice on how to keep your gear's firmware up to date.