USB car adapter kits are designed to allow connection of your USB thumb drive and, in some case, an Apple or Android device. It provides
a direct connection to your factory radio. No need to switch to aftermarket. Where can you find them, you ask? Right here on ReplacementRadios.com,
of course. A simple click on the USB Interfaces category at the left will yield a list of vehicle manufacturers for which kits are available.
Lincoln, Buick, GMC, Chevy, Dodge, Jeep, BMW, Audi and all the others. Trucks, vans, cars and SUVs. Most kits are vehicle and radio specific, which means
you have control from the radio (or steering wheel controls, in some cases.) Maybe you thought you'd never be able to connect a USB device since your
vehicle didn't come with a factory USB port but that's not the case. All you need to do is add a USB car adapter to your radio and it'll be like your car
was equipped with it from the factory. We even carry a dash-mountable USB extension cable that can be mounted in a location of your choice to give your
install a factory look. Why settle for wires hanging out from under your dash? Why lose the consistent appearance of your factory radio. Why risk losing
features that are only available if you have the factory radio? You shouldn't have to settle.
Storing music on a USB stick is incredibly convenient. They're easy to carry, very affordable and a large
number of songs can be stored on them. Who needs playlists? Carry a stick for each genre. 70's, 80's, 90's, country, etc. Then just pop in the one
you're in the mood for. USB car adapter to the rescue! It beats the heck out of trying to find something decent on a radio station. Plus the sound quality
of your car's speakers is likely better than that of a portable device with a speaker built in. Listen to the music you want, when you want it, where you
Many USB car adapter kits allow connection of an Apple or Android device. How's that for flexibility? If you go with one of these devices
you'll be able to choose from any number of devices. Maybe you have a USB stick but your passenger has an Apple iPhone. No big deal. You can play either.
Some kits even have options for HD Radio, satellite radio, Bluetooth or Aux Input. But you don't have to add them today. Start with a solid base and add
options as you go. These aren't just for vehicles from the last couple years either. Vehicle manufacturers have been putting plugs on the back of radios since
the year 2000 or earlier. These devices simply convert that plug to a USB port and interpret the information going back and forth. Since the factory plug on the
radio is utilized, splicing is usually not required. It's normally a plug and play situation. Older vehicles without an input plug can still be brought out
of the stone age. We also have universal interfaces for FM antenna inputs. No, it's not a low-quality wireless FM transmitter. It's a top-quality, directly
connected kits that cut off the FM signal, but only when needed. ReplacementRadios carries USB car adapter kits Vais Technology, Grom Audio, iSimple and more.
Let us help you figure out which one is best for your needs.