A car without a sound system is highly unfathomable these days. For, car sound systems not only entertain the passengers during long drives, but also let you make a style statement. And if you are thinking of purchasing a car, here are some of the best sound systems in the market that you can opt for.
The Bang and Olufsen Advanced Sound System
Priced at $6,300, this sound system offers a superior quality of sound irrespective of the type or condition of road you are driving on. The aesthetic and acoustic qualities of the sound are incredible, with the latter being fitted at the same levels under the dashboard and near the windshield. The speakers come with additional loudspeakers, woofers and subwoofers along with an ICE power amplifier for an unmatched sound experience. The speakers are concealed within cabinets to reduce external noises and vibrations. The system also comes with a Movie Mode that lets the passengers watch movies with the desired sound and graphics.
The Mark Levinson Reference Surround Sound Audio System
Priced at $2,500, this sound system imparts a fresh quality to the tune that is played out, almost giving you the feeling of listening to it for the first time. The system enjoys a traditional look with aluminum control knobs, brownish black speakers and digital displays on the LCD fitted on the speaker’s panel. A total of 19 speakers come together with a DVD/CD auto changer having the capability to play six discs, to impart a never before heard sound clarity, with minimum distortion.
The Bowers and Wilkins System
Priced at $5000, this sound system is absolutely perfect for those who love style and excellence. The system follows the traditional quality of the Harman Kardon Logic 7 Sound System which was introduced in the Mercedes E-class models in 2002. The surround sound system is customized for each car brand (including the number of speakers and the position of the same which are decided based on human ear testing for 100% customer satisfaction) in order to impart an excellent sound quality loved by music lovers worldwide.
The Harman/Kardon LOGIC 7 Digital Surround Sound System
Priced at just $689, the LOGIC 7 was at first designed for home theaters and then gradually shifted onto cars. Some of the salient features of the system include excellent volume, sharpness and detailed fine tuning. As in the previous model, the output of the LOGIC 7 varies from car to car, thereby giving a customized sound experience that can never go wrong. And one of the main highlights buyers can look forward to in this design is the unique 360 degree surround sound effect which has been designed to impart the same sound experience to drivers and passengers alike.
The Bose 5.1 Cabin Surround Sound System
Priced at $1000, this sound system offers minimal distortion (with noise compression technology) while providing an excellent music quality output. Again, the sound system is adjusted to comply with different car brands, and has in fact passed the test of excellence conducted by the Global Automotive Component Branding in 2006. While the huge speakers may be a downside, the sound quality more than makes up for it. Other salient features include a 5.1 channel surround sound, DVD, MP3, CD, SACD and AAC compatibility, Bluetooth and hard drive accessibility and finger touch options for display and function.