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    OEM Car Audio Company

    Hello, I am new to this forum, however I have been involved with other forums. I have a 2006 Dodge 2500 MegaCab Diesel 4X4 with an 8 inch lift. All that was not important, but I thot I would share. So, heres my question: I have a stock AM/FM CD stereo with the Infinity speaker system. I also had the Bluetooth integration added to it, by the factory, so I could use my cell phone. The microphone is in the rearview mirror, and I like this setup alot. I am adding an amp and subwoofer box setup next week. I want to keep my head unit, however I know I will be tired of this very quickly, as I am sure the amp and subs will drown out the stock sound. My friend, who works at a car audio shop told me about this company that had head units that supposedly integrate with the stock setups like mine. He showed me a pamphlet of a company called "OEM." I saw some of the head units they have, and I was quite intrigued. Has anyone ever heard of this company, and do they have a website?

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    OEM = Original Equipment Manufacturer

    That's what products are called when they come from the factory.

    OEM is not the name of a car audio company.

    What the pamphlet was probably saying is that they can integrate with OEM applications.
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    Hi Jan, thanks for taking the time to reply, but actually OEM is a company. I know OEM "can" stand for Original Equipment Manufacturer but it also stands for "Original Entertainment Media." I actually found their website after an exhaustive internet search. Below is the link. None-the-less, I appreciate your response. I was beginning to feel invisible.

    http://www.oeradio.com/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by levibaker View Post
    Hi Jan, thanks for taking the time to reply, but actually OEM is a company. I know OEM "can" stand for Original Equipment Manufacturer but it also stands for "Original Entertainment Media." I actually found their website after an exhaustive internet search. Below is the link. None-the-less, I appreciate your response. I was beginning to feel invisible.

    http://www.oeradio.com/index.html
    any prices on their stuff??

    Zach

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