If your head unit is equipped with an auxiliary port, you can play music from your smartphone, your iPod or your iPad.
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What I am talking about, however, is music, and more specifically, the audio system in your car and how well it pumps out that sound.Keep in mind, however, that speakers come in different types: You have full-range speakers, which come in a combination of woofers, mid-range and/or tweeters, or, alternatively, you can get a set of component speakers that include separate woofers (for deeper bass), mid-range and tweeters (for more defined highs), transforming your car interior into a concert hall.This device helps boost the volume of your system while retaining the clarity, and enhances the sound of your music by bringing out detail with better sound quality regardless of volume.More often than not, the right combination of aftermarket speakers, powered by an appropriate amplifier, will do wonders for the quality of sound your system produces.With a Bluetooth-equipped head unit, you can not only stream your music directly from your source without wiring, but you can also use the car's speakers and a microphone on the receiver for hands-free telecommunications, turning the interior of your car into a hi-tech audio Shangri-la.
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