Since an early age, Kameron has been fascinated with electronics and cars. Growing up, he'd pull electronics apart to see how they worked just to find out later that it wasn't as easy to put them back together.In his late teens and early twenties, he started his own mobile audio company in Orange County, California while working to obtain his degree from California State University - Fullerton. Besides car stereos, engine and drivetrain swaps on his personal and friend's cars were a common thing. Among his favorite was a 2007 STI swap on a 2001 GC8 and a SR20 swap on his buddy's S14.In 2010, Kameron founded CarAudioNow as a place to express his opinion in a way that would reach people everywhere. He began assembling lists of products that he saw popular, testing products in his garage in order to give people easy access to car audio and electronics equipment so that you don't have to spend hours researching something like a car speaker.Between 2015 and 2018 he worked as a Product Manger at Motor Trend, working directly with the editorial teams to build meaningful web experiences that's tailored to the automotive enthusiast.Today, he's still assembles lists and writes articles along with the few members of CarAudioNow's experts that he trusts. Apart from being the founder of CarAudioNow, he's the primary contributor as well.
Will My Car’s Dash Fit a Single or Double DIN Head Unit? Search by Year, Make and Model
Common Head Unit Sizes There are two common types of head units on the market today that fit the majority of vehicle dashes: double-DIN and single-DIN head units. Double-DIN openings are the larger of the...