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|(ARA) - More than four million new vehicles will be purchased in the next three months as car manufacturers roll out their 2001 lines, and you can bet that proud owners will waste little time flicking on their radios.
But while the limitations of factory sound systems long have been a barrier to superior car audio, an array of innovations now gives new vehicle buyers a convenient and affordable way to break that barrier and reach new levels of audio satisfaction.
While keeping the factory radio, sound buffs can enjoy CD sound even if the vehicle lacks a CD player, or a subwoofer that delivers deep, full bass while it sits unobtrusively inside the vehicle.
'No longer do you have to dismantle your sound system the day you take delivery if you want more than your factory system can provide,' said Dan Hodgson, Senior Vice President of Merchandising at Crutchfield Corporation, the leading Internet and catalog retailer of consumer electronics. Crutchfield offers high-quality car stereo add-on products through its audio/video catalog and its Web site at www.crutchfield.com.
'These items are a great way to turbocharge your factory system. They're ideal if you want to keep your factory radio, drive a leased vehicle, or just don't want the hassle of a complicated installation,' Hodgson said.
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