The car was invented to get commuters directly from point A to point B, which made life easier but destroyed the once-thriving tourism industry of point C. Visit all points on the map with today’s Groupon to Stereo Depot, valid at locations in El Cajon and San Diego. Choose from the following options:
- For $79, you get an iSimple TranzIt iPod/MP3 car adapter with high-definition quality sound and installation (a $179 value).
- For $129, you get a Crimestopper backup sensor system with installation (a $350 value). This option requires an appointment.
- For $199, you get a Crux Beeline Bluetooth steering-wheel hookup with installation (a $400 value).
Populated with wiring whizzes who boast a minimum of 15 years of experience each, Stereo Depot specializes in customizing automobiles’ audio, video, and electronic systems. Techs spend about 60 minutes equipping rides with an iSimple TranzIt system, filling vehicles’ built-in speakers with tunes from iPods or other devices with standard 3.5mm audio outputs. The Crimestopper CA-5009’s rear-impact sensors activate audible tones to warn drivers of hard-to-see obstacles as they reverse out of parking spots, driveways, or a blue whale’s mouth. Since the installation process for this device takes about four hours, customers are required to call ahead to schedule an appointment.
Before purchasing this Groupon’s Bluetooth integration option, Stereo Depot suggests customers make sure their vehicle is compatible with the Crux Beeline series (select make-compatible system, click compatibility button, and search for specific model/year). After a swift 60-minute installation, car captains with Bluetooth-compatible phones can use their steering wheel to receive and make phone calls that are projected through the vehicle’s factory speakers. The system’s text-to-speech function audibly reveals callers’ names so drivers can keep their eyes on the road, hands on their laps, and tails on the wheel.