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    Pioneer DEH-P5500MP Vs Pioneer DEH-P550MP

    Well guys since my clarion head unit is getting me problems (db625mp) Im going to send it back and try another one...

    I was thinking of these two: Pioneer DEH-P5500MP Vs Pioneer DEH-P550MP(this one is the premier line)

    would you tell me which are the differences between them?

    hope you can help me out....







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    550 has the 2 year warranty, 3 sets of preouts,




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    same x-overs..




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    So for 3 more dollars the 550 is the way to go!!
    thanks guys!

    another question... whats all about the input voltage?? I think the 550 has 2.2 V and the clarion i have has 1.8V

    whats the difference????




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    not a whole lot.... that's not really enough to notice a difference...
    basically, with a higher input voltage, you will need less gain structure at the amps to get full power.




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    Originally posted by Wonderbread
    basically, with a higher input voltage, you will need less gain structure at the amps to get full power.

    that cleared my mind.. thanks a lot




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