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A s you can probably imagine, being a CrutchReld Advisor involves dispensing a lot of, well, advice! When I talk to customers who know what they need, but aren't totally sure what they want, I have a few "go-to" receivers that I like to recommend. These receivers have the features people want, and they're all really solid values, too. Learn more about Rex at crutchReld.com/rex Pioneer FH-X720BT CD receiver Create a custom display with over 210,000 colors and 10 brightness levels. Pioneer's exclusive MIXTRAX feature adds a light show, with a multi-color display that's synchronized with your tunes, plus DJ-style song transitions. #130X720BT $149.99 JVC KD-X320BTS digital media receiver This receiver doesn't play CDs, but it does play MP3, WMA, WAV, and even FLAC files, so it's ideal for drivers who enjoy music on the go. There's also built-in Bluetooth for hands-free calling and wireless music streaming. #105KDX320B $89.99 "I love music and I need to have hands-free capability" With built-in Bluetooth , this Pioneer CD receiver is great for streaming music and hands-free calling. You can pair up to two Apple or Android phones, and even add a third device using Guest Mode. Your calls will come through loud and clear, and your discs and digital music will sound terrific. The 4" tall chassis looks impressive in your dash, too. "I just want a good, basic receiver for my kid's car" This value-priced JVC plays all sorts of digital files types, so the kids will love it. You'll appreciate built-in Bluetooth connectivity that lets your young driver focus on the task at hand - driving the car. "So, what would you suggest?" BY REX, CRUTCHFIELD ADVISOR 46 Get deeply discounted installation gear when you buy a new car stereo. Learn more at crutchReld.com/carDiY

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