USB Input Receivers
As one of the most in demand features on a stereo, a USB port is an option you will love on your new stereo, and once you have one, you won’t want to have a stereo without one. Many of the aftermarket radios offered today have a USB port as one of the features, and this offers a lot of benefits for the consumer. A USB will allow you to plug in a thumbdrive or flashdrive with music on it, play that music and control it thru the radio. It will also allow you to control your IPod or IPhone, as well as many Android devices, and search by song title, artist, genre and more. However, since the Android platform is not standardized, Android phone connectivity will vary depending on the model. Plus, you can use the USB port on your radio to charge any item that will charge from a USB with the appropriate adapter cord (sold separately or included with the device you are plugging in). Some of today’s higher end decks offer dual USB, one from the front and one from the rear. The dual USB is typically found on your multimedia or navigation units with a touchscreen, and this option allows you to plug your device into the rear USB and stow it in a glove box or other spot while you control your music directly thru the stereo. As one of the most in demand features on a stereo, a USB port is an option you will love on your new stereo, and once you have one, you won’t want to have a stereo without one. So call or stop by your local Audio Express/Quality Auto sound, and one of our factory trained car audio installation technicians will help you choose a USB input receiver that’s right for you.