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Birthday Bucks to Burn? The 5 Best Car Stereo Installation Upgrades For Your Money

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Enhance Your Audio With Top-of-the-Line Car Stereo Systems From Sound Sensations

Time to blow out the candles and make a wish! Let us guess: You’re hoping for some car audio enhancements. Maybe you’d like a more modern head unit for your dash or better quality speakers that don’t miss a beat. Or perhaps you’re dreaming of subwoofers with a dynamic and powerful bass you can actually feel.

If there’s any time to upgrade your car stereo, it’s for your birthday. After all, they only come around once a year. You deserve to turn up the volume on your celebration.

So you can get the most bang for your buck, we’ve compiled the five best car stereo installations that are worth treating yourself to.

Modernize Your Head Unit

If you’re a music lover, you need a system that supports high-resolution audio. The latest car stereos let you listen to your favorite tunes uncompressed and just as the artist intended them to be heard.

An upgraded head unit can also help bring an older vehicle into the modern age. A stereo installation that includes Apple CarPlay or Android Auto will allow you to integrate your favorite smartphone apps and features into an in-dash touchscreen capable of music streaming, GPS navigation, Bluetooth connectivity, hands-free calling, and more.

Replace Your Stock Speakers

Auto manufacturers generally try to include too many components in small speakers, making it difficult to clearly hear music, podcasts, and other audio. Throw road noise in there, and you have a sound quality disaster.

Aftermarket car speakers are specially designed to take your soundscape to a whole new level, bringing out the brightest highs and deepest lows. We rely on brands like Pioneer, JL Audio, and Rockford Fosgate to make your ride more luxurious and engaging without the giant dent to your wallet. Also because aftermarket speakers are made from more durable materials, they can withstand extreme temperatures and last longer than the ones your automaker used in your ride.

Make Some Space For Bass in Your Car Stereo