If you have not heard of Weblink, you are missing out. Weblink is a revolutionary app that can transform your entire driving experience, allowing you to connect your smartphone to your car stereo system. That means you can stream your music directly from your smartphone, listening to your favorite songs while driving through San Diego. Along with music, you can also use some of your other beloved iPhone or Android apps that can give you driving directions, weather updates, media, and more.
A variety of car audio receivers are compatible with Weblink, including some of the leading head units from Kenwood and Pioneer. To learn more about Weblink or to get a quote on installation, contact Car Stereo City in San Diego today by calling (858) 277-1823.
What is Weblink?
Weblink is an app that allows you to access some of your favorite smartphone applications right on your car audio receiver’s dashboard. Only certain receivers are compatible with Weblink, so you need to make sure your car audio receiver is Weblink compatible in order to use the app.
Which Car Audio Receivers are Weblink Compatible?
In general, the best way to know if your car audio head unit is a Weblink receiver is to look for the Weblink logo. The Weblink logo will either be on the owner’s manual, the product packaging, or on the receiver itself. If you do not still have your owner’s manual or product packaging, you can simply download the Weblink application and try to connect. If you are still unsure, take your car into a car stereo expert for inspection.
Kenwood Weblink Receivers
Kenwood has a great partnership with Weblink, and many of Kenwood’s leading car audio receivers are Weblink compatible. An example of some Kenwood Weblink receivers include the Kenwood DDX775BH and the Kenwood Excelon DDX795. Most of the newer models of Kenwood car audio receivers are now Weblink compatible, but if you are unsure of whether your Kenwood receiver is Weblink compatible contact Car Stereo City today.
Pioneer Weblink Receivers
Pioneer likes to stay on the cutting edge of all of the latest and greatest technology, and it is no different when it comes to Weblink. Many of Pioneer’s car audio receivers are Weblink compatible, including the Pioneer DMH-C5500NEX, Pioneer DMH-C2550NEX, and Pioneer AVH-3500NEX. Newer Pioneer models should be Weblink compatible, but to make sure you have a weblink compatible Pioneer car audio receiver you need to talk to an expert.
Kenwood and Pioneer Weblink Receivers at Car Stereo City
If you are looking for a Weblink compatible receiver from Kenwood or Pioneer, contact Car Stereo City today. We offer an amazing selection of Kenwood Weblink receivers and Pioneer Weblink receivers, and on top of that can offer custom installation.
No matter your vehicle, we can get you set up with a Weblink receiver today. To learn more, contact Car Stereo City in San Diego today by calling (858) 277-1823.