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Pioneer "Makes It Simple"

Pioneer is introducing a four-part video series hosted on YouTube, focused on explaining the basics of car audio and how to jump in.

Sep 16, 2011

As you know, upgrading your car stereo or speakers can seem like an intimidating task, particularly for audio novices. Pioneer Electronics wants car owners to know that installing an aftermarket navigation system or replacing existing speakers isn¹t just for the experts and enthusiasts.

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Pioneer is introducing a four-part video series hosted on YouTube, focused on explaining the basics of car audio and how to jump in. The video series was created for anyone interested in a simple 101 on car audio, especially first time buyers of aftermarket car audio products.

Our exciting new host, Lana will cover topics including:

  • Why should you upgrade your current stereo and speakers?
  • Why Pioneer products are heralded by car audio experts?
  • Installation myths
  • Where to buy authorized product for full post-purchase support?

To view the first video, please visit-
www.pioneerelectronics.com/makeitsimple.

Over the next three weeks, Pioneer will post a new ³Make it Simple² video every week so keep checking in.

Sources

Pioneer Electronics
Long Beach, CA 90810
310-952-2000
www.pioneerelectronics.com

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