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  • which reciever??

    I'd like to know which GPS reciever people would buy if they had money to burn. I live in Florida if that affects it at all.

    I'd like it to be reliable and would be best if it was USB but I believe all are that way.

    Great software to match that reciever would be great as well.

    Thank's for everyone's opinion
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    There are quite a few out there. I didn't feel like spending too much money on my current project since I'm not sure how far I'm going to go with it. So I bought a the NavTrip USB reciever. It's pretty good actually. It updates just a little more than 2 times a second and seems to find the sats MUCH faster than my Co-Pilot reciever did. However, it was only $90. If you want to spend more money, there are WAY better recievers out there that either use blue tooth or USB and update up to 14 times a second. But you're talking about spending $400 on something like that. If you're going to burn the money, get one that updates anywhere between 8-14 times a second. Believe me it's worth it. When I'm done with my project, I might end up buying one as well if I keep my car. If I sell my car, I'm not investing in another GPS reciever.

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      Thanks for the good advice. Anyone else have an opinion they'd like to let me know about?
      C134, EPIA M10000, 512mb, M1-ATX, DWW-700H, Seagate 40GB, Panasonic DVD/CDRW
      Alpine ERE-180 EQ

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