Most of us have already chosen to fulfill our wants and needs thru online shopping to avoid the spread of the virus and continue to stay safe in our homes. Onlinecarstereo is continuing its commitment in providing the best products at the earliest possible time so our customers stay safe and happy. Today, we are still offering you a last chance to get what you want this Cyber Week. Here are some of the products to watch out for:
Eagle Solar Flood Lights - White: This is an energy efficient solar light that conveniently installs anywhere in your courtyard, lawns or gardens and is useful during the night. It produces 500 lumens of light.
Infinity Primus 1270B-Bundle: If you only want a subwoofer that needs no installation, you will definitely want the Primus 1270B. With an RMS of 300 watts, you'll have your car booming in no time. This package also comes bundled with a Crunch GP-1000.2 amp that will support the subwoofer. Definitely a bang for the buck.
JL Audio M7-12IB-S-GMTI-4: You can still prepare your boat for the summer with this 12" subwoofer. JL Audio has been a household name in the marine industry and with its engineering, it is built to withstand real-world marine duty. It is also designed to operate without a dedicated enclosure.
AudioControl LC2i: If you need a line output converter, nothing beats the LC2i. This little nifty equipment literally flies out of the shelf once it replenishes in stock. This has got to do with the two channels of active speaker level inputs that come standard on the LC2i and accepts 400 watt signals per channel. The LC2i is also built with a compact design and also features the AccuBASS with variable threshold and gain.
Pioneer DEH-80PRS: Another bestseller, the DEH-80PRS is still ranked as the best car stereo around. If you prefer a single DIN radio without the touchscreen, then this is the unit for you. It features audiophile grade internal components and materials that are carefully selected to achieve Pioneer's highest standards for the ultimate in sound quality.
JVC KW-Z1000W: New from JVC, this total entertainment head unit features both wireless Apple Carplay and Android Auto and a 13 band graphic equalizer to customize your music. Its large 10.1 " display features high definition and can be illuminated in different colors. It is also iDatalink Maestro compatible so your stereo can read your vehicles system like tire pressure and the likes. You will never want to go down from your vehicle if you have this.
There are hundreds of items to choose from our Cyber Week deals. Always visit us at Onlinecarstereo to find your perfect upgrade for your car, truck, motorcycle or ATV. You can also subscribe to our newsletter to receive weekly promotions for a variety of products and save tons of cash.
Thanksgiving Day is fast approaching and that also means that Black Friday and Cyber Monday is also around the corner. This year in particular will be a very different one from all the previous years we have done the two biggest shopping days of the year because of the pandemic.
But where (and when) exactly did the terms “Black Friday” and “Cyber Monday” come from?
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Black Friday dates back to Philadelphia in the 1960s where newspapers in the state used the term to describe the massive frenzy of crowds at stores and the congestion of traffic that happens on the day after Thanksgiving. The crowd frenzy was paralleled after the original “Black Friday”, which was a stock market panic on September 24, 1869, where the price of gold collapsed due to then-President Ulysses Grant’s interference on the scheme of three investors: Jay Gould, James Fisk, and President Grant’s own brother-in-law, Abel Corbin.
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Cyber Monday, however, is a much newer term that was coined by Ellen Davis of the National Retail Federation and Scott Silverman, and was used as a marketing term for the Monday after the Thanksgiving holiday here in the United States. It was created as a digital counterpart to Black Friday to encourage people to do online shopping and has rapidly become the biggest ecommerce event in the US, whereas Black Friday is more of a brick-and-mortar sale event.
However, with the pandemic happening right now, Black Friday will probably shift to a bigger online event than it was before rather than doing the traditional in-store sales retailers have done in previous years. So definitely watch out in the coming weeks for upcoming deals and bundles for Black Friday and Cyber Monday at onlinecarstereo.com and subscribe to our newsletter to receive weekly promotions and save tons of cash!