One way to make the most of your car radio is to use the best double DIN head unit to replace the one that came from the factory. The right one will basically make your car a hands free jukebox. We researched some of the best brands and top selling products to put together our Double DIN reviews. Before we get started, let’s take a look at the features you need to know about before you start shopping.
Dimensions: While there is some uniformity to the size of the stereo hook up in your car, things do vary from model to model and from make to make. Be sure you get the right size for your car.
AUX Input: The AUX input looks like a place where you can plug in headphones. And it is! You can also attach some devices this way. For example, it comes in handy if you have an old music player that isn’t Bluetooth ready.
MP3 Format: If you rely on an MP3 player for music, you’ll be happy to hear this. All of the items we included on this list are MP3 compatible so you can keep the party going when you’re on the road.
Bluetooth: Bluetooth is great because it lets you connect your devices to your stereo wirelessly. It’s also a great way to make sure you have the option to use your phone as a hands free device while you’re driving.
CD Player: Look, we’re not going to judge you for still using CDs. We didn’t say anything about using an MP3 player, did we? Anyway, if you’re still using CDs, you’re in luck. All but one of our picks are compatible.
USB Port: You can use a USB port to hook up your devices to the head unit if you prefer. One of the best perks is this is an easy way to also charge your device while on the go.
Now that you know a little more about how to pick the right double DIN head unit, let’s get into our reviews. Here’s the deal. If you don't have a lot of time to spend, check out the top 2 items on our list. They’re our top and budget pick and a great way to get an idea of what you can expect. Stick around if you can, though, the rest of our list is pretty awesome, too. Okay, let’s go!
Article last updated on:
June 4, 2019