OEM Audio Plus

Toyota Tacoma | HEIGH10 Infotainment System

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Upgrade your Toyota Tacoma radio with a 10-inch, flush-mount touchscreen infotainment system from Stinger Electronics. The RB10TAC16B kit enables you to replace a factory radio with a show-stopping HEIGH10 while retaining OEM features and maintaining a factory look and feel!

FEATURES:

Beautiful 10-Inch Touchscreen
Add a full visual experience to your Tacoma with 16.7 million colors — all in 1024 x 600 high-resolution. Customize the illumination and background, pinch and zoom (on equipped apps), and anti-glare.

Flush-mounted plastics
for a seamless OEM experience

Retain OEM Features
Retains all the features you love in your Tacoma; including full HD for cameras, steering wheel controls, USB ports, and more.

Music, Video, & More
Get the complete media center for your Tacoma with Bluetooth, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, SiriusXM-ready (satellite tuner sold separately), HDMI, and 4 camera inputs.

GPS Navigation
An integrated navigation system operates without a data connectionGPS microSD card from iGo sold separately.

Complete Plug-N-Play System
No Vehicle Modifications Needed!

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Speakers

• Highly efficient Class HD amplifier
• Superior dynamics, volume, and impact
• 60W x 4 RMS (Continuous / @ 4-ohms)
• Huge power in a tiny package

Subwoofer

  • 27-Liter sealed fiberglass cabinet
  • Mounts using factory hardware locations
  • Non-invasive design preserves cargo area space

Amplification

Highly efficient Class HD Speaker Amplifier
• Superior dynamics, volume, and impact
• 60W x 4 RMS (Continuous / @ 4-ohms)
Subwoofer Amplifier
• Subwoofer gain control knob.
• 360 Watts RMS (Continuous / @ 4-ohms)

64-Bit Digital Signal Processing

• Calibrated to deliver high-resolution audio upon plug in.
• Extremely powerful 64 bit processing power and sound optimization
• 295 MHz DSP Chip | Class HD Topology
• Full Digital: Optical Toslink SPDIF Connectivity

It sounds unbelievable. Really what I was impressed with was the placement of the front stage. The vocals and the strings can clearly be pulled out of the music

Sean Hollman

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