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Thread: DIN and Double DIN Dimensions/Standards

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    anyone know of a double-din sized project enclosure?

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    I used a Metra Double Din kit and molded a Lilli 629 front bezel into it. Works great, except for my developing fabrication skills. I messed up the bondo part and made a ton of extra work for myself. Check my worklog for pics...

    There is no double din enclosure I know of except for the WRX kit they sell at mp3car.com store. It is made for a WRX, but I have seen people use it in various other double din spaces...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cproaudio View Post
    There is no depth limit for DIN. DIN stands for Deutsche Institut fur Normung. It's 7.2"X2.11" opening. First gen Eclipse, Talon, Laser have pretty deep double DIN space.
    OK...

    Is it 7.2" x 4.22"? Or 7" x 4" EXACTLY for a Double-DIN?

    I'm having a custom dash panel installed and need to tell the designer the EXACT size of hole to cut for my double-DIN headunit.

    Please help!

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    I've also seen the Pioneer AVIC-D3 advertised claiming a 7" x 3 7/8" dash opening, and another claiming 7" x 3 3/4".

    WTF?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kubark42 View Post
    Can anyone post or link to the specifications for the DIN and Double DIN standards? Among things I'd like to know, who is the controlling body, what are the absolute minimum depth specs, and what are the specifications for the outside flange, i.e. the display part that overlays the dash by a couple millimeters.
    single DIN 7.086614173 x 1.968503937 inches or (180 x 50 mm)
    double DIN 7.086614173 x 3.937007874 inches or (180 x 100 mm)

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    Cool Theres a 3rd size too

    The third size is din and a half which is what my car is its 7"x3" talk about a pain in the neck trying to find head units for it.

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