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We can help you design a stereo sound system that fits your budget, while vastly improving your listening pleasure while driving down the road. RIMS Audio is the area leader in providing a mobile installation service and is dedicated to personal, customer service. With appointments available any day of the week and at almost any time of day. why waste your time dropping your vehicle off at a shop, finding a ride, or waiting around for hours for your car to be done? We will come to you at home or office - whatever is most convenient for you!

If you live or work in any of the following counties in Northern New Jersey: Sussex County, Morris County, Warren County, Passaic County, Bergen County, Essex County, Hudson County, union County, Hunterdon County, Somerset County, Middlesex County, Mercer County, Monmouth County, then your in our service area and WE CAN COME TO YOU. Convenient Home or Office Installation. ** for Marine audio, All above NJ counties and for an additional charge ocean county NJ,

RIMS Audio installs OEM stock car stereo systems:

RIMS Audio NJ installs stock car stereo systems or the OEM (Original Equipment Manufactured) specific to the vehicle's manufacturer specified to be installed when the car was built. These components can be sourced only by the original car manufacturer. A stock car audio system refers to the OEM (Original Equipment Manufactured) application that the vehicle's manufacturer specified to be installed when the car was built. These components can be sourced only by the original car manufacturer. These stereo parts can also be found from authorized reproduces distinguished only by the original manufacturer.

RIMS Audio installs a wide variety of audio stereo product Installations of Major Audio stereo Manufacturers like: Rockford Fosgate, Pioneer, Kenwood, Clarion, JPL Audio, Hertz, JVC, Alpine, Viper (DEI), Fahrenheit, Pac-Audio, NAT-TV, iDatalink, Fortin, Morel, Compustar, Boyo, Lite Glow, Street Glow, Plasama Glow, Escort, K40, Concept, Crimestopper, mObridege, Parrot, Novero, Scosche, Metra and Kinetik Batteries to name some of the most popular manufacturers.

Stock stereo systems can be very minimalist (Honda, Toyota, and Nissan) and basic or very comprehensive, (BMW, Audi, and Porsche) depending on the intent of the vehicle manufacturer. Common stereo components found in most basic modern vehicles are the radio (head unit), CD player, a pair of speakers mounted in the interior panels, such as behind door panels or mounted on a rear deck. Commonly found in more recent vehicles is an input jack for external playback devices or smartphones or a USB plug which allows the accessory to be charged.

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 Ipod Integration: Portable Digital Gadgets:

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Ever since Apple introduced the iPod in 2001, allowing 1,000 songs to be stored on a small player, it marked an acceleration in the development of portable digital gadgets. The iPod and MP3 players became accessories for car listening. Another new package of listening choices came with Sirius XM, a satellite radio company offering hundreds of channels that can be heard around the world.

Radios are now coming standard with USB/AUX connections which allow people to use portable music devices such as their cell phones and iPod/Zunes, as well as thumb drives. HD Radio has recently become very popular and is making its way to becoming standard equipment. Car radios are starting to be produced that don't even come equipped with a CD player anymore. The day will come when CDs are no longer used.

In the last few years, we have also utilized Bluetooth technology to connect our mobile phones (smart phones) to our car audio system, making it not only useful for entertainment but for practical reasons too. The age of fumbling around with our phones while driving is a thing of the past. Simply pair your phone one time, and every time you enter the vehicle, your phone is connected and you can use your radio to make/receive phone calls.
Radio audio is constantly changing with new and exciting technologies. 2013 model radios are now coming with HDMI inputs to allow HD connections to multimedia radios. What's next? Only time will tell!

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 Looking to add some bass to your system?

Contact Us for a free  Car Stereo consultation

We have amp and box packages available to add just that extra kick, to mind-numbing bass that you can feel outside of the car.

Basically a mobile audio power amplifier, a car 'amp' is a term used to refer to a dedicated amplifier separated from the other components of the system. Though most head units have an amplifier, some do not, or lack the desired power or additional features (e.g., equalization controls or crossover points). External amplification is available and most often used when existing amplification is insufficient or a louder, clearer sound is preferred. External amplifiers can be mounted in a different part of the car than the "head unit"; in many cases, an additional amp is mounted in the trunk. This is usually the case when powering a subwoofer, or a four (4) channel amp.

Though less common, OEM external amplification can be found in 'premium' audio packages, or in luxury cars. Most commonly used premium systems are Bose, Monsoon, Harmon-Kardon or Blaupunkt. A very popular occurrence is aftermarket amplification installed later to satisfy the expansion of an existing system in some way. During operation, it is common for a vehicle's charging system to fluctuate, so a regulated amplifier will maintain its power output regardless of voltage fluctuation. Amplifiers rated at 100 watts at 14.4 volts cannot be regarded equal as to an amplifier that can maintain 100 watts at 12 volts. Outside of certain standards, it is not uncommon for manufacturers to list a 14.4 rating and not post a 12 volt value. Many lower-end manufacturers do this and over rate there equipment to make it appear better than it actually is.
 

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Some history of car audio found on the internet:

The first influence upon the car  Car Stereo system was the radio. Invented in the early 1900's (around the same time cars became popular) it however didn't gain commercial status until the 1920's when the first commercial boomed occurred. In 1922, a historic date for the car audio system, George Frost was the first person known to experiment with car radio with his own Ford car. Then in 1925, the first official listing of a car radio occurred, which was followed in 1927 with the first mass produced car radio, the Transitone TH-1.

In 1930, two famous American manufacturer brothers, Paul and Joseph Galvin manufactured the 5T71, which was to be under the brand name of ‘Motorola'. Across the globe, Germany's Blaupunkt fitted their first commercial car radio in 1932 and Crossley's of the UK started fitting them from 1933 onwards.

Up until till the 1950's AM was the common car radio. In 1952, it was Blaupunkt that introduced the first FM car radio. FM listening was not fully popular or available till at least a decade later. The 1950's was a time of great change for the car audio system, as the seek button was introduced – a button which is still available on car audio systems today.

The 1960's saw tape players arrive on the car audio scene. Reel to reel tape players were the first arrival, however, their bulkiness made sure that they were not to become popular. In 1964, Phillips invented the compact cassette and Lear invented the 8 track cartridge in competition with this. The 8 track tape made its way into the Fords' 1965 cars, but it would not be until 1970 that the compact cassette nudged its way into the car.

The 1970's and 80's saw FM radio stations become exceedingly popular, however, AM radio responded by offering more talks shows and sport channels for its listeners. Car Stereo had finally expanded, giving its listeners more freedom of choice. In 1982 - a momentous moment occurred - the Compact disc or CD was invented Sony and Phillips, which was to be added in car audio systems in 1984 for the first time. Subsequently to this, CD changers appeared in car audio systems. The years after this, saw CD's replace the cassette, then the DVD and MP3 being introduced to the car audio market is starting to replace the CD.

The 2000s marked an acceleration in the development of portable digital gadgets. Apple introduced the iPod in 2001, allowing 1,000 songs to be stored on a small player. The iPod and MP3 players became accessories for car listening. Another new package of listening choices came with Sirius XM, a satellite radio company offering hundreds of channels that can be heard around the world.

Car Stereo are now coming standard with USB/AUX connections which allow people to use portable music devices such as their cell phones and iPod / Zunes, as well as thumb drives. HD Radio has recently become very popular and is making its way to becoming standard equipment. Car radios are starting to be produced that dont even come equipped with a CD player anymore. The day will come when CDs are no longer used.

In the last few years, we have also utilized Bluetooth technology to connect our mobile phones (smart phones) to our car audio system, making it not only useful for entertainment but for practical reasons too. The age of fumbling around with our phones while driving is a thing of the past. Simply pair your phone one time, and every time you enter the vehicle, your phone is connected and you can use your radio to make/receive phone calls.

Radio audio Car Stereo's are constantly changing with new and exciting technologies. 2013 model radios are now coming with HDMI inputs to allow HD connections to multimedia radios. What's next? Only time will tell! Contact Us for a free consultation

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NJ Home or Office Auto Installation of Major Car alarm, Audio and Video Manufacturers like Rockford Fosgate, Pioneer, Kenwood, Clarion, JPL Audio, Hertz, JVC, Alpine, Viper (DEI), Fahrenheit, Pac-Audio, NAT-TV, iDatalink, Fortin, Morel, Compustar, Boyo, Lite Glow, Street Glow, Plasama Glow, Escort, K40, Concept, Crimestopper, mObridege, Parrot, Novero, Scosche, Metra and Kinetik Batteries to name some of the most popular manufacturers. RIMS Audio Mobile Installation Service can install at your location in any of the following counties in Northern New Jersey: Sussex County, Morris County, Warren County, Passaic County, Bergen County, Essex County, Hudson County, union County, Hunterdon County, Somerset County, Middlesex County, Mercer County, Monmouth County. For Marine audio, we will travel to any of the above counties and for an additional charge ocean county.
 

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