BRIGHTON, MI – Auto makers have been downsizing car audio systems since they were first introduced. Now, more and more capabilities are being sandwiched into only a few square inches in a vehicle's center stack. Bulky multi-disc CD and DVD players, capable of holding six discs or more at a time, once had to be relegated to the trunk. Now, some are compact enough to sit up front, eating up a minimal amount of prime real estate on the instrument panel. Soon, MP3 players that are more ...
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