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doube din needed, any recomendations?

Old 06-07-2009, 10:08 PM
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doube din needed, any recomendations?

HI.
My brother is looking for a new double din (new to him, I dont think he will mind used ones).. His budget is $200 for just a deck (he said he can get something that he likes for $200-I was surprised myself) and $500 for one with GPS build in to it.... anyone have one that they will recommend withing the given price range? (I myself don't know squat about double dins, so i dont even know if he is really cheaping out here...)... Thanks in advance...

the title suppose to say "double" and "recommendations" lol.... can't edit now... to late, I will accept looking like an idiot :]

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Old 06-07-2009, 10:22 PM
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I have a Kenwood Excelon 8019 double din 6.95" head unit with built-in Garmin GPS for sale. It was professionally installed by East Hamilton Radio in Hamilton and is in excellent condition. I used it for nearly 1 year. The excelon series the top end Kenwood product complete with iPod and bluetooth interface, DVD capability and high resolution screen. If you are interested PM for price.

Here are some specifications:

# In-dash 6.95" Touchscreen TFT-LCD and DVD, CD, MP3 Receiver with Remote
# Slide-Out Motorized Color Monitor

* 7" Widescreen 16:9 Aspect Ratio
* High-Definition Active Matrix Color TFT Panel
* Touch Screen Controls
* Interactive Graphic User Interface (GUI)
* Tilt-Down Motorized Faceplate with Multi-Angle Viewing
* 4 Selectable Viewing Modes
* 6 Selectable / 2 Custom Background Wallpapers
* 3 Selectable "Skins"
* Graphic File & Folder Search
* Direct DVD Menu Touch Control

# DVD / CD / MP3 Player

* CD, VCD, DIVX, & DVD Playback
* MP3, WMA, MPEG, & JPEG Playback
* DVD-R/RW & DVD+R/RW Compatible
* 3-Second Digital Anti-Skip DVD Memory
* Auto Loading Mechanism
* 24-Bit D/A Converter

# Control, Processing, and Expansion

* 2 Rear USB 2.0 ports w/ 3ft pigtail
* High speed iPod audio and video control via USB (Requires optional iP300V)
* Bluetooth ready (Requires optional KCA-BT100)
* Satellite Radio & HD Radio Ready
* CD Changer Control
* Dolby Digital Decoder with Automatic Mixdown
* 4-Channel MOSFET Amplifier (50W x 4 max)
* System Q Equalizer with Presets
* 3 Sets (Front, Rear, Non-Fading) 5V Preamp Audio Outputs
* System E's+ Crossover with Selectable High-Pass & Low-Pass Filters
* Dual Zone Source Control with Independent Volume
* Dual Zone Source Control with Independent Volume
* Composite Video Output
* 2 Auxiliary Audio/Video Inputs
* Rear View Camera Input
* RGB Navigation System Input
* DTS Compatible (2.0) Digital Audio Output
* Programmable Security Code
* Source Tone Memory
* 24 AM/FM Radio Presets with RDS
* Full-Function A/V Remote Included

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Old 07-15-2009, 03:50 PM
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Not to hijack your thread or anything...think of it as a free bump.

I am looking for a decent double din around the $200 mark as well. I dont need DVD or Nav (although i would take them if available for that price). My only caveat is that I want a 3 sets of preouts (front, back and sub).

Any suggestions?
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