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    Question Headunit Recommendation?

    I just bought a Rosen DA-7169 LCD-only DIN indash screen and was wondering if anyone has a recommendation for a headunit that has a REAR AUX input for my MP3 box.

    There seems to be plenty of front aux jacks but I can't find anything for a rear aux jack. I would be kinda ugly to have to plug it infront.

    Any recommendations?

    Thanks
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    Originally posted by jup:
    <STRONG>It would be kinda ugly to have to plug it infront.
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    Hey, I have one in the front
    Anyway, here's some with rear aux-in:
    Clarion proaudio dxz725, hx-d10, dxz925
    jensen cm7015x, mp5010k
    jvc kd-lx300, kdsh77, kd-sh99
    kenwood z828, 7910dvd,kvt-911dvd
    panasonic cq-df602u, cq-dfx701u, cq-df801u, dq-dvr909u
    fosgate rfx9200
    sony dcz-m770

    That's from the neat little chart in a crutchfield mag (but unfortunately ain't on the web).

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    I have a kd-sh77 and it's a great H.U. =)
    paid $200 a year ago on ubid.com.this one has rear and front aux inputs.

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    Here's what you do, goto www.crutchfield.com and check out all the headunits. They have excellent information about each. But they are more expensive than most other online car audio places, so then goto one of the others (search on google or something for that model headunit) and buy it from there. Unless you think you might need tech support for it, in which case I would recommend just buying from crutchfield, there tech support is pretty good.
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    I have a Blaupunkt Hedielberg from Crutchfield, it has two rear AUX in, full set of RCA jacks, cellphone and navsystem in/mute, and an infrared steering wheel remote. I like it a lot.

    Crutchfield is a good resource for information and great tech support. Prices are high, but sometimes they have things on close-out or open-box and it's cheaper then. They saved my butt on an install, I was upgrading a complex factory system (dual-amp, 8-speaker) and they faxed me a complete wiring diagram for it on a Saturday afternoon.
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    I settled on getting the Blaupunkt Key Largo with the Crutchfield cable.

    Thanks guys
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    all kenwoods with changer controls have aux in

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