Grom Audio makes one of the most diverse line of car audio integration products on the market today. They haven't been around as long as some
of the other 'players' in the car audio business (at least in the US) but they have become a force in a short amount of time. Part of this has to do with the
extensive list of import vehicles they accommodate. Brands like BMW, Mercedes, Mitsubishi, Audi, VW, Subaru, Land Rover and more. Of course they do most of
the big ones too. But just about every interface covers those applications. Interested in their products? You'll find Grom Audio offerings in a number of
of our categories. Clicking on Bluetooth Kits, iPod Interfaces, USB Interfaces, Android Interfaces and Auxiliary Inputs in the left hand column will all
return results for their products. We have carried their products for a couple years now and enjoy the diverse number of offerings they bring to the table. Check
out their products. We think you'll find something that interests you.
One thing about Grom Audio is they like to provide you with add-on options. For just about all their products there are additional items
you can purchase which give them even more features. This is nice because you don't have to buy everything up front. You can buy an interface that has
add-on capabilities and purchase other items as your budget allows. For instance, you can get one of the USB interfaces (USB3, as of this writing), which
has two expansion ports. Use one to add a Bluetooth dongle for calling and music streaming. Use the other to add an HD Radio tuner. Or use one of the two to
add an auxiliary input cable. The combinations of products and options are quite nice. Their price is a little higher than some but you're paying for all
that research for all those applications. And, unlike most other manufacturers, Grom puts all their firmware files on their website. So, in some cases, you
could actually change the vehicle the interface was intended for by loading a different firmware file on it. Of course you'd have to change the vehicle cable
too but, if you change vehicles, you might not have to go through the expense of buying the whole interface again.
All of the Grom Audio products are vehicle-specific. They do not make universal products that can be connected to any radio with and antenna
input, for instance. There are plenty of companies that offer those items. Grom chooses to stay focused on proprietary factory inputs. Here is a quick summary
of their products. Their AUX1 line provides basic auxiliary input only. Their BT3 line provides Bluetooth for calling and streaming, as well as two expansion
ports. Their IPD4 line provides Android and iPhone integration, as well as two expansion ports. Their AND2 line provides Android and USB integration, as well as
aux input. Their USB3 line provide USB, iPod and Android interfacing, as well as two expansion ports. Their MST is the top of the line, providing Android, USB
and iPod support to vehicles with advanced fiber-optic systems. Whether you're looking at Grom or another product, feel free to call or email with questions.