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Old 12-25-2009, 09:59 AM
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Radio Navigation dash system

I am looking into a dash system to replace the radio.
any help would be great
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Old 12-29-2009, 05:40 PM
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Old 12-29-2009, 05:56 PM
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Sure bud what kind of questions do you have? or are you looking for a unit?
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i have a panasonic indash for sale...... im posting pics tomorrow... its a good deal, just non navi. search for (Indash tv's for sale)
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Ya im lookin for units that replace the radio unit. I looked at fries electronics and they got 1 out of 3 that I like. I will get that one if I cant find any others but besides a good system I would like one that will sinc with the steering wheel. But it doesnt look like any do this with out major a wire kit.
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Old 12-30-2009, 08:22 AM
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Most any of your video systems will have the steering wheel remote input wire. They will all however require the use of an adapter. The PAC steering wheel interface will depend on which brand of radio you get.

I guess the first things you need to decide is how important certain features are to you.

DVD playback?
iPod connection?
Navigation?
Bluetooth hands free calling?
Other accessories like XM, or Sirius, HD Radio ect......

Once you know the features your looking for it makes it easier to narrow down the selection. I always strongly recommend to my customers to stay with a major name brand when shopping for an expensive system like these. There is nothing more frustrating then buying a nice $800 or more system and having issues with mapping or touchscreen or the unit flat out fails which is really common in most of your cheaper loaded feature decks.
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I just got the print out of what I like so far
JVC KW-NT1

Its got the majority.

Thanks for the help Mr. Smith
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Old 12-31-2009, 07:28 AM
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We just ordered the JVC for $650 with the adapter and back up camera from amazon.

Now I am getting new speekers. So how do you guys wire them for the rear?

The placement for the rear speakers is horrible. So my father and I are going to use a molding machine we have and place them twards the center of the door.
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Confused.... whats your questions exactly?
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