When it comes to in-car entertainment, there really isn’t much that could be done, except for listening to radio tracks and in some vehicles, getting to watch TV. With that said, if you want to make the most out of listening to music, you’d want to make your playlist one which is as personal as possible. With that said, the best way for you to do such is for you to invest in the best bluetooth car stereo you could possibly find. If you’re looking for the best one in the market, here are our 3 best picks.
Kenwood eXcelon KDC-X700
If you want your car to go beyond the 4 channels, then this is the best for you. This is because it is capable of satellite radio, as well as compatibility for HD radio. Apart from Bluetooth v2.1 compatibility, it also has a Siri Eyes Free compatibility for iOS phones. It has several source inputs for its radios, and has a CD player and USB input.
Apart from the usual Bluetooth connectivity, this stereo takes things up a notch, as it is equipped with Sirius XM as well as other extra features such as a dedicated Spotify app. The interface is quite similar to the one we will be discussing later. To top it off, it even has colors which can be easily customized, and also features a more detailed line of text.
This shares quite similar features with that of the Pioneer MVH-X370BT, but has a lot of improvements, including an improved layout for its control buttons, a bigger display, as well as giving you the otion to either give access to a USB-connected device, or simply charge it. While it does not have other high-end features, it does its job really well.