Replace RV Stereo With Car Stereo
The radio is one of those devices in a car that nobody puts a lot of attention into, especially on how they work, but if it is missing, the trip becomes chaotic. Especially this can happen during very long RV trips that can take up to hours, and music has always helped people relaxed and have a good time. After over 80 years of accompanying us on each journey, we have made it a necessity on board, no matter where we go because who is willing to listen to the chaos of the city or the conversation of your copilot when can be up to date with the news or enjoy your favorite song?
Current stereo systems for vehicles are nowadays much more than the old two-button receiver of decades ago. Today’s stereos have to offer a variety of additional features and convenient extras, which standard models do not usually meet in full capacity.
Current stereo systems for vehicles are nowadays much more than the old two-button receiver of decades ago. Today’s stereos have to offer a variety of additional features and convenient extras, which standard models do not usually meet in full capacity. As a result, many RV customers often tend to switch from factory-installed devices to other more complete and elaborated models. However, many mistakes can be made. In this guide, we will explain what you need to consider when installing a car radio.
Before changing the car stereo, it should be clear which model you want to buy and to install. The market offers a large number of devices with different functions, depending on your budget and what functions you want for your RV.
In the case of some technologies, we have to assimilate that some manufacturers no longer invest as much in research and development of certain types of audio materials. After 30 years on the market, the compact disc is therefore regarded as an endangered product. Just like the old cassette player, the CD player will slowly disappear from the market as well. Instead of investing in this obsolete technology, it is important to ensure that the radio has a USB port which is the current norm as well as Blue Tooth technology. After considering all this, we will give you some more tips to do if you decide to replace your default RV stereo system for a new one (which usually happens to be a regular car stereo system)
- Before buying a new radio, it is a good idea to disassemble the old one. This way you can see which connections the new one should have and if it’s compatible at all. It is very annoying to realize during the assembly process that the new car radio and the old contacts do not fit together.
- Make sure you have the proper tools needed for installation such as screws, screwdrivers, etc.
- Depending on your RV model, you might need to replace the board area of where your old stereo was located in. The default devices are usually too big compared to car stereos and you surely will not want a lot of extra free space where the old model used to be.
- Once you have figured out what you will do, proceed to start the installation. Make sure to mount everything in the right place following each instruction, step by step.
It is a very easy installation but if you happen to have any issues with it or the stereo itself make sure to contact a professional for advice or the manufacturer if you think the device is not working properly.