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If I wanted to crank "I'm Shipping Up to Boston" from the captain's chair, I'd have to physically plug in my phone, which meant removing the case and hoping it wouldn't slide off the dash and into the sea's merciless, icy clutches.
Anker's Sound Sync Drive transmits Bluetooth audio into the AUX jack, so I can keep my phone pocketed. But the Anker requires power, which is a problem, since a vehicle without Bluetooth almost certainly lacks a USB port.
Price: The good thing about a powered subwoofer is that it comes with an amp built in, so you don’t have to worry about buying a bunch of other stereo parts if the lowest notes are your primary concern.
For less than a hundred bucks, you can get a powered sub that fits right under the seat of your car.
Some cars come straight from the factory with a flawless stereo that even the most obnoxious audiophile can't find fault with it.
As for the rest, there's always room for improvement, especially if your car is on the older side.
• Verdict: Installation is less intimidating than it sounds.
() Following features for model group D are improved : 1. () Following features for model group D are available : 1. If your car's stereo is already pretty good to begin with, its DAC is likely better than your phone's, so you'll get a more clear sound if you put your music on a thumb drive and simply connect via USB. So that means in your car, the quieter you can make all that clatter from the road, the better you'll be able to hear your music.