Single Din Car Stereo with Bluetooth: in Dash Digital Multimedia Receiver
- BRAND: SOUNDKITS
- CONNECTIVITY TECHNOLOGY: Bluetooth USB
- FORMAT: WMA, OUTPUT WATTAGE: 50 Watts
- NUMBER OF CHANNELS: 2
- PACKAGE DIMENSIONS: 8.62 x 7.48 x 3.5 inches
- ITEM WEIGHT: 1.46 pounds
- CONTROL METHOD: Remote
The single din car audio receiver is easily connected to Bluetooth, allowing you to make and receive all of your hands-free calls and music streaming. With the Remote app, you may control the headunit with your smartphone as if it were a wireless remote control. You have a range of alternatives for listening to lossless music with MP3, WMA, and FLAC music files thanks to the two USB connections, SD port, and 3.5mm aux input on the front panel. The 2.1A USB charger can fully charge your phone in 1 hour. The Bluetooth vehicle radio features a physical button and a high-resolution LCD white on black display with variable color illumination, which provides for simple viewing and can be adjusted to match any dash lighting color. The automobile MP3 player includes ID3 tags and 30 preset AM/FM radio stations. The head unit has a peak power output of 200 watts (50 watts x 4) and an EQ configuration that allows you to select your favorite sound from Jazz, Pop, and other genres. The dimensions of this maritime stereo radio are 7.4 inches in length, 4.52 inches in width, and 1.97 inches in height. The receiver’s wiring harness was included in the package.
- Single Din Car Stereo
- remote control
- power antennae
- wiring harness
- user manual
HOW TO INSTALL
The first step to install the stereo is to disconnect your battery. Disconnect from the negative side.
REMOVE FACTORY STEREO
To install the radio, you have to remove the factory radio. There will be some cigarette connections in the panel, unplug them all. Remove the screws with the help of screw driver. After this, disconnect the panel. Remove the screws around the radio with the help of a nut driver and remove the radio. Unplug the connections such as AM, FM antennae
PREPARE WIRE HARNESS AND STEREO
First step is doing vehicle wiring harness to your aftermarket radio harness, which share the same colors. All you have to do is just match color for color, utilizing the butt connectors or crimp caps or solder and heat shrink, whatever method you want to use.
CAGING THE UNIT
For Single Din installation, you will get a dash kit that has a single din opening, with a pocket of storage. The first step of caging your unit is making sure that you got the proper size opening. The cage is just going to slide in it now. There are little teeth wrapping around the cage which are blend into pieces by a flat-head screwdriver, that way it locks the cage into the dash kit and it does not fall out of the dash once it is installed. Just push down all the tabs. After it is successfully caged, the unit will just slide in right through the front as so. You will see locking tabs on side which will lock into place once the stereo is all the way in. the stereo is successfully caged now.
INSTALL STEREO ACCESSORIES
After mounting the ISO and wiring up the harness, run any additional accessories such as Bluetooth microphone, satellite radio antenna or run your rear USB to your glove box or center console.
INSTALL NEW STEREO
Take your wired harness and plug it into the factory connection. Plug the harness into the stereo then take the AM and FM antenna and plug them in the back of stereo. Slide the radio into the place and make sure that you do not have any wires dangling down on the bottom or top so you pinch them. Bolt the stereo right back in.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Is a dash kit required to install a radio?
It’s safe to assume that you’ll always require a dash kit. Customized mounting brackets and/or a fitted radio sleeve will be included in a kit, with mounting tabs and holes that match those on your vehicle’s console frame.
- What is the difference between a single and double-DIN automobile stereo?
The most straightforward technique to determine whether a car radio is single DIN is to measure it. It’s most likely a single DIN if the radio is around two inches tall. It’s double DIN if it’s about four inches tall.
- Is a wire harness for an aftermarket radio required?
- There should be at least one plastic wiring harness behind the stereo opening if your car has (or ever had) a factory stereo, or if it was pre-wired with a “stereo prep” package. This plug links the stereo to the electrical system and speakers in your vehicle.
- What is the purpose of a dash kit?
A dash kit is a car component designed to complement the dashboard and other interior panels of a given year, make, and model. Dash kits, in whatever form, come ready to install on various parts of your vehicle’s interior.
- What is the definition of a single-DIN receiver?
The body of a basic automobile radio. A single-DIN radio measures 2×7″, but a double-DIN radio measures 4×7″. The DIN standard provides compatibility when factory radio/CD players are replaced with aftermarket devices; however, new or redesigned dashboard trim may be necessary.