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Looking for new car receiver

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#1 of 3 OFFLINE   Nick Jablome

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Posted June 23 2005 - 06:09 PM

Im looking for a new car deck to replace the stock radio. I have looked a couple of online stores for some i might be interested in, and im looking for a sleek looking one that has a some kind of display that shows little animations and what not, is powered well, plays mp3's/has text.

I'm really leaning towards this


but i could have sworn i have seen a deck in a store one time that was playing a dvd video right on the decks small screen, not on a flip out screen or anything. If anyone knows what im talking about or can help me with some suggestions as to what i should get i would appreciate it.

#2 of 3 OFFLINE   Greg_R



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Posted June 24 2005 - 10:20 AM

Pioneer makes decent stuff. Alpine, Eclipse and maybe Kenwood are the only other decks I'd consider (besides esoteric stuff).

#3 of 3 OFFLINE   Aaron Gilbert

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Posted June 24 2005 - 01:13 PM


This may have been the deck you were talking about:

http://www.crutchfie....search=jvc dvd

There are several reviews and detailed information at the Crutchfield site. It looks like the deck has a few drawbacks, but if DVD playback on an in-dash screen is your priority, this one fits the bill without costing a fortune or looking garish sticking out of the dash. It was also play MP3 files recorded on a DVD, one of the few decks which can do this so far.

Aaron Gilbert

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