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    Good CD Player for me? (req. specs inside)

    I'm in the process of building the most ******* system I have ever created.. why stop at awesome subs and amps? I want to replace my Pioneer P6300 with something better. Budget for a CD-Player is $800.

    Looking heavily at the Premier DEHP940MP and the Alpine CDA-7897/9815 HU's.

    I want good pre-outs, motorized face, fast MP3 search time, SQ/Audio adjustments and eye candy is also a plus.

    Is there a site where I can compare these head-to-head? Which is the greatest bang for the buck, and/or which would you rather have (and reasons why)?

    Thanks!!!







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    www.pioneerelectronics.com


    i have the p940. i love it to death.



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    well, if your HU budget is 800$, then why settle for the 7897? you can buy the 7998 for under 600$ all over the net, and it ups the sq due to a lack of int. amp. i don't know how the rest of the market compares, but the preouts on the 7998 seem to be top notch. and with the 200$ you have left in your budget you can invest in an external amp. i'm a genius i know. but, if your partial to the pioneer then go for it. i don't know much about them, but i have a 7998 and i love it. that's my 2 cents


    p.s. the alpine is definately eye candy... nothing better than starting up the car and watching it come out of the dash... never gets old




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    Eclipse. Go buy one. I have an alpine 7893 which is supposed to have good sound but I helped install an eclipse deck for my friend (the deck was about 3 years old)
    I was blown away by the eclipse and I now wish I had bought an eclipse over my alpine....



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    HU: Alpine 7893
    Front Stage: JL XR 6.5" CSI
    Rear: Who Cares....
    Speaker Amp: JBL 180.2
    Sub Amp: Avionixx 500m
    Sub: Elemental 12O.44 getting 500+ watts
    EQ: Audio Control
    80 Sq feet of deadener

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    7898.. ..more features than the 7897.




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