Best Sirius add on ?

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  1. dick_harris

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    I just made my mind up because of the NFL package. What is the best unit to add on to a 2003 Chevy Suburban with a factory in-dash Bose 6 CD changer? I hate to get rid of this radio entirely as it is pretty good and very expensive.
     
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    I like my Audiovox. I personally think it look nice. You can probably find a lot of them used.

    http://members.cox.net/jbirzer/images/Jetta/Radio.JPG

    There are also various plug and plays out there as well, if you want something that you can move around. Audiovox makes a nice one that hooks into a boombox, as well as cradles for your car and house.

    Jason
     
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    Here is a link to the AudioVox unit Jason mentioned.

    That looks very nice in the vehicle I think, but it is FM modulated, so I am not too sure about the audio quality. If you want the best quality, do what Ron did and get a Kenwood Headunit.
     
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    Dick:

    You might want to check around, (maybe go to a forum for you car), there might very well be a way you can tie into the CD-changer inputs, and therefore use one of the plug and play units (with a direct input, not FM modulated...), but keep your stock head unit...
     
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    It also has RCAs, so you can connect it to a HU that has RCAs or use a Blitzsafe adaptor for a CD changer input.

    I use the FM mod, and I'm pretty happy with it.

    Jason
     

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