Some highly rated truck stereo systems for 2015 include the Sony MEX, the Kenwood eXcelor and the Pioneer DEH, according to Top Ten Reviews. These car audio systems win praise for their quality sound, convenient features and device integration.
Sony’s MEX receives top honors among truck stereo systems, particularly for its quality HD audio, which offers better fidelity than most competing stereos. The device accepts a variety of input, including CDs, flash drives and Bluetooth devices. The MEX also offers HD radio as well as the ability to take phone calls and communicate with the iPhone’s Siri and Google services. The stereo offers a 10-band equalizer, giving users a substantial amount of control over its audio settings.
Kenwood’s eXcelor also receives strong ratings for its range of input options and expansive sound controls. The stereo’s 13-band equalizer is one of the most elaborate of any commercial truck stereo system, and the device also offers a Drive EQ system that can adjust audio properties for different driving conditions. The eXcelor offers support for HD radio, smartphone integration and major Internet radio apps, such as Spotify and Pandora.
Pioneer’s DEH wins high ratings for its quality audio and range of playback options. The device is cheaper than many competing models, offering strong audio fidelity at a budget price. Reviewers note that the device’s USB ports are in the rear, making them more difficult to access.