USB car stereo products allow you to connect a thumb drive, hard drive or maybe even an Apple or Android device to your existing,
factory car radio so you can enjoy music over your OEM speaker system. If that's what you're looking for, your search has ended at ReplacementRadios.
Click on the USB Interfaces category to the left to see a list of all the vehicle manufacturer's we offer kits for. Ford, GM, Chrysler, Honda,
Toyota, Nissan, Mazda and all the other big boys. Trucks, vans, cars, SUVs. There's something for everyone and everything. Most kits are specific
to your radio and automobile, which means control from the radio (or steering wheel controls, in some cases.) Maybe you assumed you could only connect
a USB device if you had an aftermarket radio. Nope. Why lose the appearance and interconnectivity of your factory radio when you can add a USB car
stereo interface to the radio you already have? Even if you don't have a brand new vehicle, there's still something for you.
If you store music on a USB stick, you know how handy they can be. They're extremely easy to carry around and you can fit a large
number of songs on a very small stick. We say: Play loudly and carry a big stick! If you're already using USB thumb drives for music storage you're
probably listening to it at home. Why not listen in your car too? It's safer than fumbling with your radio and trying to find something decent.
And the sound quality of your car's sound system speakers is probably quite a bit better than playing music from some sort of device with a built in
speaker. Bring your vehicle into the future and make your drive more tolerable. You don't have to drive in silence or listen to commercials on FM
stations. Listen to your music, your way.
Many USB car stereo adapters allow you to connect an Apple product or an Android device. Talk about the ultimate in convenience. If you
pick one of these devices you'll enjoy music no matter what the medium. Say you want to add Bluetooth for wireless streaming or hands-free calling? Or maybe
HD radio or SiriusXM? No problemo. Some of the advanced USB car stereo interfaces have the options you're looking for. Even if you don't add those options
today, if you start with the right interface you have some serious flexibility for the future. Thinking these can't possibly work with your older vehicle?
Think again. Proprietary auxiliary plugs have been included on the back of many factory car radios since the 90s. Of course, as stated, that plug is
proprietary, which means it's not a standard aux input. That's where these USB car stereo kits come in. They include a cable that utilizes the factory
plug and an interface that processes the information. Since the factory plug is used, splicing is rarely required. Even if you don't have a proprietary
factory input, we carry some universal interfaces that can be direct connected through any antenna input. Every radio has one of those! No, it's not one
of those low-quality adapters that relies on a wireless FM transmission. We're talking high-quality, directly connected kits that cut off the FM signal
when desired and provide you with sound quality equivalent to a strong FM station. Whether it's Grom Audio, Vais Technology, iSimple or another of our
offerings, we know we have something for you.