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https://caraudiokent.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/DMO-X-PANDORA-VIDEO.mp4 Do you want the best? Then you need the DMO package Pandora smart pro & remote start From just £1250 The Pandora Smart Pro offers alarm, immobiliser & tracker giving you the latest technology to protect your vehicle. What do you get? Immobilisation x2 Pandora ID tags x2 128bit encryption 120db battery backup siren Shock sensor Tilt sensor Motion sensor Internal sensor GPS/GLONASS real-time tracking Worldwide call, text & push notifications
As audio experts we thought we would share a few tips to ensure you get the most out of your car audio upgrade: 1 – Where possible use “Master” files. The audio in your vehicle is only as good as the music file that you play through it. 2 – There are lots of different music apps available, in our opinion Tidal is the best (most masters), followed by Spotify and then iTunes. 3 –
At Enhance Car Audio & Security Ltd we are authorised installers of the Ghost immobiliser. The latest version, Ghost II, protects your car from Key-Cloning, hacking and even key theft. The Ghost uses existing buttons in your vehicle to make a unique changeable “code”. When pushed in the correct sequence the car will start as usual. However, if the code isn’t entered then the vehicle will not start. Alternatively you can also use a smart
We recently upgraded the basic entertainment system in this brand new motorhome to an Alpine Halo 9 Apple Car Play and Android Auto radio. The customer initially asked us for a single din DAB radio upgrade thinking they couldn’t have a “double din” screen installed in the dash. The Alpine Halo 9 (iLX-F903D) is designed for vehicles that aren’t able to have a double din screen installed in the dash. It’s single din chassis makes
A car is stolen every 9 minutes The DVLA have recently released the following information: 56,288 cars stolen in 2019, this is 154 vehicles a day. Of these: 63% of vehicles are stolen between Monday-Friday 42% of vehicles are stolen on a semi-private area close to home 40% of all vehicle offences are recorded in West Yorkshire, Greater Manchester or the West Midlands The number of keyless car thefts nearly doubled from 26% in 2008