March 1, 2006
Hobbies differ from one person to another. There can be little doubt that the most common hobby would be music. Marvelous are the effects of music. There is no limit to it. You can have it anywhere and everywhere, even while you are traveling in your car. Indeed, you can take your favorite music along through your car stereo.
A car stereo includes a set of equipment like speakers, amplifiers, and CD or cassette players. Originally, car stereos meant just a radio run on a battery. Slowly, more additions were incorporated to include traffic signal messages and also sizeable memory. The earliest known brand of car stereo was Motorola. There are many components constituting a car stereo. They are amplifiers, woofers, speakers, capacitors etc. You need to know the purpose of each component to select the correct one for your car.
Like home audio, car stereo is a fast-growing and ever-changing field with new technologies gaining popularity. By installing the appropriate system in your car, you can enjoy music on the move.
There are many leading brands like Kenwood, Blaupunkt, Pioneer, Sony and DLS. There is stiff competition in the manufacturing of car stereos, which forces the manufacturers to constantly improve and update their products and attract more customers.
For example, Kenwood invented the amateur radio transceivers T and L Series Products. Innovation is part of the activities of this company. It designed the first anti-theft car stereo.
Apart from the appearance of the car stereo, the product is valued in terms of sound quality. Unlike yesteryears, a pair of 10-inch speakers can produce more than 160 decibels SPL, when placed in a closed place. In the recent times, digital satellite radio is experiencing high demand in the form of head units and individual modules.
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