The HTC U11 has surprisingly good audiophile credentials, thanks to USB-C headphones with an integrated DAC and stereo speakers. However, neither of these options are great if you’re driving. That’s why we’re going to show you the best ways to connect your HTC U11 to your car stereo, allowing you to listen to music, podcasts and take calls in your car. Let’s get right into it!
If you’re at all like me, travelling is only really tolerable with the right soundtrack. Listening to your favourite music or podcasts is a great way to make your commute go by faster, and there are a lot of options that will allow you to get your iPhone connected to your car’s speakers – which are much louder and better-sounding than the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus’ internal speakers. Here are our recommended solutions, with the most convenient and best-sounding options coming first!
Listening to music in your car is one of the brighter spots in driving, and can make a daily commute a lot more fun. If you want to listen to the music on your One, you can connect your phone to your car’s stereo and speakers – which are much louder and better-sounding than even the One M9’s front-facing stereo speakers.
But – how do you do it? Well, there are quite a few options depending on your situation. Here are our recommendations, in order of convenience!
If you keep most of your music on your phone these days, you might have given up on trying to get that music playing on your car’s speakers. There’s no ‘smartphone slot’ you can just slide your music into like you could a CD or cassette. With the right accessories though, playing your smartphone’s music on your car stereo can become just as easy.