Advice on car kits
Plug-and-play or Installation?
Which type of car kit is best for you depends on your (bell) behavior in the car. A Plug and Play car kit can be easily installed, but does not provide the best sound quality. A recessed car kit provides a perfect sound quality, by using the speakers of your car, but needs to be (professionally) built. Both types are briefly explained below.
Plug and play car kit
A plug-and-play car kit is easy to install and can therefore be used immediately after purchase. On the other hand, you have to charge it occasionally, which can be awkward in the car if you want to use it at the same time. Would you like to know more, go to our extensive advice on plug-and-play car kits.
- Immediately to use
- Easy to use in multiple cars
- Relatively cheap in the purchase
- Limited volume by small speaker
- Must be regularly charged
Built-in car kit
A recessed car kit is characterized by its good sound quality. The car kit is connected to the speakers of the car and has a good microphone, making the sound quality optimal for both parties. On the other hand, you need to have your car kit installed. Would you like to know more? Then go to our extensive advice on retrofit car kits.
- Very good sound quality.
- Neatly hidden in the car
- Never a dead battery of your car kit
- Car kit must be built in for use
- Relatively expensive at purchase.