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    What is the best indash cd player out now? Or a few reputable ones. They need to either have tape deck or aux-in. My stock stereo just cant cut it anymore. thanks,
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    cmon, anyone out there? I was thinking awia cdcz117 , it has aux input. The only problem is it doesnt have preamp outputs, which I might want in the future for subs. Can anyone recommend anything else? (btw i found the awia for $100 w/free install at good guys)
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    oh wait, i guess it does have rca preouts. just not subwoofer preamp outputs. sweet, i think im going to pick this up tonight and hopefully have it installed tomorrow.
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    hi , aiwa seems prety cool but ! the kenwood & jvc units kick some serios arse ...
    curently thr Jvc mp3 indash player is rated #1 , 4 fuctionnality & all round performance !

    will het info from home & post it 2mrw !!
    If its 2 loud ur Old ,;-)

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    Best??? hehehe...you probably dont want the best...you probably want good...how much do you want to spend?? But if you do want the "best", your looking at around $1000 for just the receiver from Clarion, Kenwood, or Pioneer (all my personal preferences). Alpine has a high-end unit too, but Im just not a fan.
    I'm a ghost...email me if you have any questions on my old setup

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    FYI: I sold my 96 4Runner and bought a 1985

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    Yeah, "best" was the wrong choice of words. Heh, I bought a $130 Aiwa unit, detachable face, aux-input, 2pairs of rca preouts, 45w x 4, seems rockin so far, but ive only had it for a total of 20 minutes
    -dave
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    the best indash is a sony cdx-m770 es...you will find nothing better than that!!!
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    everything working...except stupid lcd isnt working with shuttle board

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    You're all wrong =)

    Best, best for what?

    Best sound / playback: Nakamichi
    Best features: Pioneer AVM-P7000 w/ AVM-P9000 master unit
    Best looks: Your opinion

    Clarifies a bit for ya?
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    Ha Ha... You guys are funny, this is just another case of personal opinion! The only post so far with any logic to it was saying that the nak reciever was the best... It might not be the best but it has a 20 bit D/A and sounds much better than most!
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    Actually, the Nakamichi _is_ the best at reproduction / playback. They have models that greatly surpass any other DIN-sized cd player.

    Personally, I don't like the features or the interface, but I can't argue with the figures.
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