Dodge challenger aftermarket radio

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  • 8.4″ HD touch screen Android Tablet
  • Android 8.1 operating system
  • Optional iGO NextGen Navigation System (full screen display)
    • Will run Google Maps and WAZE if preferred at no extra charge at time of purchase
  • AM/FM Radio w/RDS
  • 2 USB inputs (1 factory input, 1 auxiliary)
  • Video input
  • Video output
  • RCA Audio Output (FL, FR, SUB)
  • 16GB Memory 2GB Ram
  • BT 4.0, A2DP for handsfree calling and music streaming
  • USB Music and Video player w/1080P Video
  • 4X45 Watt built-in amplifier w/DSP & EQ
  • PhoneLink System (Apple & Android compatible)
  • Display the Climate Controls on the new 8.4″ Screen
  • Retain vehicle reverse camera
  • Display Factory parking sensors (If equipped)
  • Add aftermarket front, rear or right cameras
  • Optional USB DVR w/ ADAS Driver Assist
    • Lane Departure Warning
    • Stop-N-Go Traffic alerts
    • Collision Warning
  • WIFI capable for web browser, app download and use.
  • App List w/Google Play Store for personal app downloads


If your vehicle has sport mode/engine performance settings on the OEM Screen, we do NOT support those settings on the Linkswell radio, your vehicle may behave irregularly with our unit.

* May not be compatible with other aftermarket CANBUS devices that are installed in the vehicle….. ie tuners, start stop bypasses, OBD devices, etc.*


Tech Upgrade Integrates Voice Control in 2015 Dodge Challenger Radio

2015 Dodge Challenger
2015 Dodge Challenger
2015 Dodge Challenger

A client from Bainbridge recently dropped by Precision Audio to talk about upgrading her 2015 Dodge Challenger’s stereo system. After listening to what she was looking for from her radio, we showed her our Pioneer AVH-2440NEX receiver with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The client liked the idea of being able to communicate without having to take her eyes off the road.

Apple CarPlay and Android Auto use the voice recognition technology built into Apple iPhones and Android phones to allow the user to give commands by speaking to the radio. Features like listening to incoming text messages, dictating responses and making phone calls are the most-popular uses for these smartphone integration technologies. Of course, the user can choose music from the phone or access streaming services like Pandora and iHeart Radio just by asking. These units also provided navigation with the use of Google Maps or Waze via the phone, and destinations can be searched easily by asking Alexa or Google.

While we were installing the unit, she called us back and asked if we could install our PCAM10L. This is an IP-67-rated backup camera that can withstand the abuse of being outside in everyday climates and conditions, and still provide a crisp display.

With the use of a PAC Audio integration wiring harness, we were able to retain the customer’s steering wheel control. This feature gives the ability to seek through songs and control the volume with just the touch of a button. Features like this keep our customers safer when driving by letting them keep both hands on the wheel at all times while still having full control of the radio.

If you would like an audio upgrade to your factory or existing system, or would just like to discuss options, feel free to stop by or give us a call in Bainbridge at 229-246-2111 or Thomasville at 229-233-5001.

Filed Under: Car Audio, INSTALLATIONS, Smartphone IntegrationTagged With: 2015, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Challenger, Dodge, iHeart Radio, PAC Audio, Pandora, Pioneer

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Midlothian Client Upgrades Dodge Challenger Source Unit with Halo 9

A Midlothian client recently stopped in, looking to upgrade the stereo in his 2017 Dodge Challenger. The OEM stereo in his Challenger is the 4″ version, which, due to space constraints behind the radio, you can’t normally replace … until now.

Earlier this year, Alpine released a new radio commonly referred to as the “Halo 9” (you can read more about it HERE). The Halo 9 has what would be called a “floating tablet” design, much like many new Mercedes and Mazda vehicles are equipped with. The actual mounting chassis of the radio is small it can be tilted at a major angle, which allowed us to custom-mount the radio under the metal bar in the dash. With the Halo 9’s screen at a heavy forward tilt, it matched right up with the angle of the dash. Most radios in that position would be aiming at the sky.

Now he has a massive 9″ screen, with vehicle diagnostics, heating and air control display, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Bluetooth, and more. We also set him up with a wide-angle, under-lip–style camera for reversing. The camera is very small and barely noticeable on the back end of the car. With the 9″ screen of the Halo 9, seeing objects or vehicles behind him is a breeze.

Have a Dodge Challenger that you’d like to upgrade the stereo in? Swing by one of our locations to see the Halo 9 for yourself. We have two Richmond-area locations, one in Mechanicsville and one in Midlothian on Hull St. Road. You can also reach us by e-mail using our online contact page.

See morecontent filed under Backup Safety, Car Audio, INSTALLATIONS, Smartphone Integrationor tagged with 2017, Alpine, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, cameras, Challenger, Dodge, Radios

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