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Kenwood vs Pioneer?

Old 01-09-2014, 09:25 PM
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Kenwood vs Pioneer?

Can I get some input regarding which deck I should get for my Titan?

I want a deck that allows me to bluetooth/stream music and has a great GPS platform.

I currently have a Kenwood DNX 6980.

I'm looking at a Kenwood DNX 7180 and a Pioneer AVIC 950.

Is there something better that you would recommend?



Any assistance would be great!


Thanks!

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Old 02-06-2014, 06:06 PM
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both suck, GO ALPINE!
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Old 02-08-2014, 08:08 AM
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the only selling point kenwood has is that they use garmin gps

the selling point for pioneer is their interface and with their new nex models the lossless audio capability and smartphone integration

alpine's selling point is their direct fit setup and larger screens (9" screens available for some ford and gmc trucks this year)

i personally have the z140bh, i found the money spent worth it, and i'm honestly debating upgrading to the new nex units, not because of the audio component but for the smart phone integration
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I to love Alpine !
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