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Best Buy Car Stereo Installation Reviews


The Pioneer AVIC-W8500NEX is nearly the same stereo as our top pick, with the addition of a built-in navigation system and a capacitive screen that allows multitouch, pinch-to-zoom-type control. As with our top pick, you can connect to both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto either wirelessly or with a USB cord. The built-in navigation can be a good alternative to using your phone for directions because it lets you stay on track in areas where poor reception makes phone-based mapping unreliable or inconvenient, or if you want to keep your phone free for other uses or minimize its battery and data consumption. The additional features tack a couple hundred dollars onto the price, so we recommend this model only if you need them.




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With our Pixel 2 XL and iPhone SE test phones, both CarPlay and Android Auto worked seamlessly whether the AVH-W4500NEX was connected wirelessly or through a cord, letting us stream music from Pandora and Spotify, plot navigation routes, and conduct hands-free phone calls. You can set the app to automatically activate when the stereo is turned on, or do it manually by pressing a couple of on-screen buttons.


The hard buttons, below the display, are relatively small, but they have a nice tactile design, which makes them easier to identify by touch while driving than those on the other stereos we tested. The volume and back/voice buttons are particularly easy to find, as they protrude slightly from the faceplate and have their own distinct feel. You can easily change the hue of the hard-button illumination, choosing from five main colors, having them rotate through the colors, or setting your own customized color.


They take an average of 30 to 60 minutes to finish the installation. This duration varies depending on the type of your car and the stereo being installed. Speak to a college to find out more information on the estimated time for your vehicle.


This means that if anything happened to the stereo due to installation errors, they would get it fixed for you for no additional cost. The lifetime guarantee is reassuring because it shows how confident they are about their work and their services.


See the full experience of Wicked Fabz getting a new car stereo installed from Best Buy. From picking the right head unit for his needs to the installation process and the end product in his pickup truck.


Things have changed remarkably when it comes to the products available for car audio electronics as well as the way you can buy them. 15-20 years ago buying items online was nearly unheard of and (normally) unless you lived near a big city it was hard to find brand name speakers, car stereos, amplifiers, and accessories.


Local shops used to be the only place you could find the best car stereo brands, and the mark-up was huge! It was a great money-maker for them (especially when paying for more accessories) but very expensive for the average customer. I used to drive down to this shop on occasion (Opelika, Alabama) but the prices were outrageous.


Chain stores like Circuit City and Best Buy were large competitors to the traditional small car stereo sales & installation shops that once ruled the marketplace. Although these were once your only option I began to notice that they had a definite impact on the small shops.


Shopping from online-only retailers is often the best choice and today is nearly the only way to find the best price and reviews before buying. Also, the maximum number of choices are out there and the biggest online sellers normally carry many in a product line.


Sonic Electronix is one of the best online sellers to buy a car stereo from, but Crutchfield also offers far more application guides, product overviews, customer service, and basic information for customers that no one else does.


The best dash cams can have anything from one, two or even three cameras. Single camera dash cams record the outside view from your windscreen, dual dash cams add an inside facing camera which is especially useful for ride-share drivers like taxis, while three-camera dash cams are more for professional drivers clocking up the miles, adding an additional viewpoint from the outside of the vehicle, being especially handy for trucks.


The advent of rear-facing cameras (or complete kits that contain both front and rear) require a little extra installation, as these often involve cables that run from front to back. Expect some fiddly work involving the car's headliner to get these fitted correctly.


When it comes to dash cams, don't take everything at face value. 4K video recording might feel crucial, but the quality across cameras can vary wildly - even Full HD video in some of the best dash cams can give sharper detail than that of 4K in lesser-quality offerings. 4K can also fill up memory cards really quickly.


If you want to record inside and outside your vehicle at the same time, then a dual dash cam is for you and be advised that the spec can vary a lot between these two cameras. There's plenty more to consider; ease of installation, ease of use, companion apps and bonus features like what3words. You can learn more through our buying tips at the end of this guide.


The Nextbase 622GW is a new flagship dash cam, and it's proven itself as the best dash cam you can buy right now. In our tests, it delivered much-improved video quality and better stabilization, along with the inclusion of what3words geolocation services for pinpointing stricken vehicles within a three-meter radius.


Like its 522GW sibling, this model can be controlled via your voice with Alexa Skills, but it requires the accompanying smartphone app to work, which we didn't rate as the best we've tried. Despite new dual 2.4GHz + 5GHz Wi-Fi, we found that it still had trouble connecting with phones to transfer images and video clips.


The Nextbase 622GW flagship (see no.1) might be one of the most advanced dash cams you can buy, but the 522GW remains the best dash cam all-rounder. Thanks to a crisp 1440p resolution and wide-angle lens, it does the basics very well, but also throws in plenty of additional features.


At face value, the Viofo A129 Pro Duo is an unattractive dash cam with a cheap-feeling build and rudimentary hardware, plus installation is a fiddly process. But if you want a dual-channel solution at a good price, it does plenty to impress. Utilising a Sony Exmor R sensor, the front camera captures crisp 4K footage (3840 x 2160p) up to 30fps. 041b061a72


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