The Cheapest Way to Upgrade your Car Stereo
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Some people like the looks of a component. Shape, color, and size are the first things they look at before they even consider buying it.

Others like the complications of a component.

They want the latest and greatest

They want the best of the best

They want all the neat features whether or not they intend to use all the features.

They only trust a specific brand name like Pioneer, Sony, Kenwood, Panasonic, etc.

There is nothing wrong with that

I bought a JVC receiver to put in my car for one simple reason:

Nobody could figure out how to use it
and that made me feel good!

When I knew better,

I realized that I could have saved that $350.

I can't tell you exactly what to buy. I can only tell you what to look for in each component. Since I don't know your taste, I leave it up to you to decide.

The main purpose of this book is to save you money if that's what you are trying to do.

If you are looking for something decent to install in your car,

If you are trying to save money,

If you just want something that sounds a little better than what you currently have,

I will show you the bare minimum that you are going to need.

Knowing what you want can help you make a decision even if you decide to go to a car stereo installer and have it done.


It's what you don't know that cost you money.

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