What does single-DIN radio mean?
DIN size refers to the size of the stereo’s chassis, and car stereos come in two standard sizes: Single-DIN refers to stereos that are two inches tall (and seven inches wide) Double-DIN refers to stereos that are four inches tall (and seven inches wide)
What is the difference between single and double-DIN car stereo?
Double-DIN stereos naturally take up more space, while single-DIN stereos are more compact. Single-DIN stereos have a minimal interface, giving them an easier control panel for some users. With fewer features to offer, single-DIN stereos are usually lower in price.
What is car radio din?
DIN stands for Deutsches Institut für Normung, a German group that sets industry standards and which once set the standard for all car radios. Newer cars tend not to follow DIN standards for stereos and instead integrate the stereo’s head unit into the infotainment.