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james70

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what head unit?
« on: 19:33, Fri 27 June 2008 »
can anyone recomend me a headunit?

When i got the 5 it didnt have 1, not even standard cassete. Was other bits that needed doing but iv done most of that, so now want a headunit in there.

Dont want anything ott, not going to be running a massive install, just want something nice and cheap that does a good job, recomendations please...

Thinking id like to plug my multidisc changer upto it, and run a memory stick possibly maybe
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« Reply #1 on: 20:43, Fri 27 June 2008 »
what make is your changer/ best to go for same make head unit  :)
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« Reply #2 on: 13:52, Thu 03 July 2008 »
i just got a sony gt820 (think thts th model) from caraudiocentre.co.uk
ther pretty cheap and do next day delivery if u order b4 3pm
thyr quite good
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« Reply #3 on: 15:26, Thu 03 July 2008 »
i got a sony headunit its got a usb port on the front of it

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« Reply #4 on: 14:22, Fri 17 October 2008 »
Well if you would like to get the best head unit. Get the Alpine 9835R which is a great and easy to set up if you add components or a sub.
The are like couple years old but never seen a better one around. They cost around 100 used but very hard to find now as they are quite old.

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« Reply #5 on: 16:01, Sun 19 October 2008 »