In Car Entertainment
In 1958, to have a radio in your car was quite the height of luxury and when the DB4 was launched this year, it was an option available to the owner. Over the last 60 years as wireless sets became radios, then radio cassette players, CD players or head units with CD auto-changers, the driver has come to expect higher levels of sound quality and volume.
Today we can offer the absolute latest audio-visual and navigation technology installed discreetly to the very highest standard without spoiling the simplistic style and beauty of your interior. Systems can be hidden completely from view offering you both cosmetic and security benefits. You can have very subtle satellite navigation in your DB5 without the need for sticking a unit to your windscreen. A head unit and speakers fitted in your V8 will be done so at no compromise, causing no harm to your car’s electrical wiring – something we unfortunately see too often from fast-fit ‘ICE’ specialists’ unsympathetic and rushed fitments.
The pictures here show one of our typical discreet installations in a newly-restored DB4. This is a four-speaker system offering superb clarity and impressive volume. The front speakers are hidden well above the kick panels while the rear speakers are concealed behind the rearward parcel shelf panel.
Key features we offer include
- Latest head units discreetly fitted in your car’s radio box
- Single or double DIN (height)
- Satellite navigation
- DAB digital radio
- iPod connectivity
- Bluetooth handsfree connectivity
- Concealed speakers
- Original radio converted for auxiliary input
- Original radio converted to operate electric aerial
- Auxiliary amplifier completely hidden from view
- Extremely sympathetic installation for your classic Aston Martin
Call or email to discuss your expectations and requirements