Everything Starts with the Head Unit

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Everything Starts with the Head Unit

 
The single most important component in any car stereo system is the head unit. This is the component that some people call a stereo, but it can also be referred to as a tuner, multimedia station, receiver, or deck. Most head units do contain AM and FM tuners, but they can also include CD, DVD and MP3 players, inputs for iPods and other MP3 players, Bluetooth connectivity, and many other features.

 If you’re wondering about the best place to start upgrading your car stereo system, the head unit is usually going to be the answer you’re looking for. Each component in a car stereo system is somewhat dependent on the others, but the head unit is where it all starts. Since most factory head units are light on the features, plugging in an aftermarket unit can really improve your overall driving experience.

 When choosing a head unit, you should look for all the features you expect to need within the next few years. You might want to consider installing a head unit that’s a little more powerful than you actually need. In that case, you’ll be able to upgrade your stereo system in the future without the added expense of buying another head unit.

 

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Dig Options guarantee the highest quality levels in the market with a reasonable price! You can compare our products and price with some of the brand names in the market and identify that our products are very similar with a lower price.

We have manufactures in Taiwan, China, Korea and Japan. All approved vendors of DIG Options have a good reputation for quality control. Due to the high volume of product we order we are uniquely able to upgrade specified components to increase the product's longevity. DIG Options products are are tested and improved in Australia. In most cases all products are dispatched from Melbourne, Australia. 
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