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Articles & Videos: In-dash DVD Players & Video Receivers

Improving her drive time
by Dave Delamere

A busy working mom upgrades her 2001 Toyota 4Runner by installing her first car stereo.

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.

We discuss three approaches to upgrading the performance of the factory stereo in a truck. Keep your factory radio, but give your audio system a complete overhaul.

Crutchfield reviews the 2014 Pioneer DVD receivers line up, including the AVH-X1600DVD, AVH-X2600BT, AVH-X3600BHS, AVH-X4600BT, AVH-X5600BHS, and the AVH-4000NEX.

Crutchfield takes a look at the 2014 JVC DVD receivers line up, including the KW-V10, KW-V20BT, KW-V30BT, KW-V40BT and the KW-V50BT.

Double-DIN dashes offer lots of options when you upgrade your stereo, including double-DIN CD receivers and DVD receivers with touchscreen controls.

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.

JVC's KD-AV31 DVD receiver has a 2" tall chassis that'll fit almost any vehicle. You can play DVDs and CDs, or USB drives full of music and videos.

JVC's KD-AV41BT receiver combines Bluetooth and iPhone control in a smaller 2" tall chassis. You can play DVDs and CDs, or pop in a USB drive full of music and videos.

Brendan B from Byron Center, MI, tricked out his 2007 Chevrolet Impala LT with a Kenwood DVD receiver, Rockford Fosgate speakers, a Kicker amp, and JL Audio subwoofers.

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