With the Maestro RR from Tunes-N-Tint in Lakeland, replacing a factory radio doesn’t mean giving up factory-installed vehicle configuration, communication and safety features. Many new vehicles incorporate a lot more than just radio functions with the factory radio display. If you are upgrading to a new multimedia receiver with Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, the Radio Replacement interface module from Automotive Data Solutions will retain much of the factory functionality. Let’s look at how these systems work and what they can do.
How Does The Maestro RR Work?
Your factory-installed radio is connected to the data network in your vehicle to monitor functions like tire pressure, parking sensors, heating controls and much more. If your vehicle came with a backup camera, a voice recognition system like uConnect or a safety system like OnStar, you would want to maintain these features when we install a new radio. The Maestro RR connects with your vehicle with a new Kenwood, Alpine or Pioneer radio to make the upgrade seamless and reliable.
What Does the RR Do?
Let’s say you have a new Ford pickup truck and you want to upgrade the factory-installed 4.3-inch MyFord radio with a new Kenwood eXcelon receiver. The RR module starts by interfacing with the steering wheel-mounted switches for the sound system functions and connects the factory-installed backup camera and parking sensors with the radio. Ford Sync functions like voice commands for the media player and hands-free phone system are integrated into the new radio. Finally, the Kenwood will allow you to configure a customizable set of gauges to monitor the operation of your truck. You can also keep an eye on battery voltage and check diagnostic trouble codes.
Visit Tunes-N-Tint to Learn About Upgrading Your Vehicle Today
Installing a new multimedia receiver along with one of the RR modules is a great way to enhance the functionality of your vehicle. Drop by Tunes-N-Tint in Lakeland to find out about the options available for your vehicle. If you have any questions, give us a call or send us an e-mail using our contact page.