They are really easy to use as well. I have personally visited these websites thousands of times over the last six years and I highly recommend you use them for your car audio needs.
- specializing in data retention harnesses for cars that need more than a basic wiring harness. They also carry items like vehicle specific backup cameras and factory integration modules for connecting devices to factory radios for music streaming.
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- my favorite part of this website is their subwoofer configurations page. Check it out if you are needing help hooking up your subs. Chock full of diagrams. Installers love this site for its vast database of overall car audio wiring information.
- vehicle interfaces for your high end imports such as Mercedes, BMW, Porsche. Backup cameras, bluetooth, video, etc.
- this website is where you go if you need parts to remote start your vehicle
- the name says it all. Not much information concerning car audio installation that you won't find on this site. This may be one of the most underrated car audio websites.
- go to resource for car audio in classic vehicles. Use this one to find knob style radios and auxiliary input devices for older cars to keep them looking OEM.
- another resource for retaining factory features in your car audio install, i.e.- instrument gauge display in your new head unit or steering wheel controls.
- one of the top car audio forums on the internet. Reliable answers can be found here.
- just another juicy forum that you can visit and get answers when you are stuck.
These car audio websites are the bread and butter of the industry right now and have been for at least the last five or six years. So be confident in using the information you find in their databases to your advantage. They have all saved everyone thousands of hours of research time.
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