The Ultimate Guide to In Car Entertainment presents the entire spectrum of audio/video, navigation, communication, and entertainment technology, and how the enthusiast can create a complete custom system or an integrated stock/aftermarket system. It explains how to a plan, select, integrate and install popular systems under a specific budget for a certain level of performance. This includes design and installation considerations for audio and video, such as DVD players, TV tunes, and video screens (in-dash, in-seat, overhead, rear truck, etc.) GPS navigation, video game systems (PS3, X-Box 360, and more), iPod integration with head units, satellite radio, digital audio broadcasting, car security and even computers (carputers). The book features how-to installations, thorough explanations of professional only builds, descriptions of hook-ups, mechanical upgrades, such as charging systems, and a comprehensive resource guide.This 2006 Dodge Ram truck had a factory amp under the dash and behind the glove box. ... Older vehicles, such as the Ford Mustang on the right, came with cut the dash, but if the install significantly affects originality and the value of the ... However, this modern head unit from Custom Autosound is a stock replacement and doesna#39;t require dash alterations. ... Once the knobs and two retainer nuts are removed, the radio slides out of its mounting carriage and the new radio slides in.
|Title||:||How to Design and Install In-Car Entertainment Systems|
|Publisher||:||CarTech Inc - 2009|