Factory-installed car entertainment generally sucks, but aftermarket upgrades abound—if you have the cash.
By Eric Adams
Posted 08.31.2004 at 6:53 pm 0 Comments
Dept.: Geek Guide Tech: Mobile Entertainment Cost: $100 and up
You have every right to think your car stereo is hot. After all, the dealer said it was the “upgraded” system, with speakers all over the place and a name you actually know on their grills. There’s probably even a screen in the dash.
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