When it comes to playing your iPod in the car, a having a USB input on your stereo is the way to go for convenience and to get the best sound.
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Pioneer's MVH-X390BT digital media receiver works with your iPhone and select AndroidT phones, and has Bluetooth for audio streaming and hands-free calling.
by Rick Carlton
The Cobalt's factory stereo system was never its strongest feature, and it's only getting weaker now. Replacing it will make your car a much nicer place to spend time.
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by Video Team
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.
by Jon Paulette
If you're looking for a cheap, thrifty little car, a Metro might fit the bill. You'll want to drown out the buzzy little engine, though, so a new stereo is a smart buy.