....Originally Posted by jim163
I own an alpine.
Pioneer DEH-P3600. Not bad for a budget unit with 2v pre-outs. Does what its supposed to and has plenty of options for about $100.
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Gearguy2001 (American Bass SQ780)
Tw1st3d13 (2 Fi BL 15's)
2002 Honda Accord SE sedan
Dynaudio 220 components
JL Audio 12W6V2 sub
JL Audio 300/4 amp
JL audio 500/1 amp
Going to get upgraded soon though!
Getting loud on a budget. Impossible? We shall see!
95 Chevy Blazer
alpine cda-9833 replaces my pioneer p770mp.
Pioneer Premier DEH-770MP *sold*
Clarion VRX-815 Indash Monitor *sold*
Image Dynamics IDMAX D.3 V.4 *sold*
Alpine Type-R SWR-1242D
2.0cuft ported enclosure at 33hz
Hifonics Brutus BX1500d
CLarion DSP/EQ DPH-910 Processor *sold*
I agree with you completely, never had a better oneOriginally Posted by 94CamryBumpin
1996 Camaro Z28
Head Unit: Pioneer Premier DEH-P860MP
Front: Polk Momo MMC6500 6.5", Tweeters, and X-overs
Rear: Stock Delco 6.5"
Subs: 2 12" Alpine Type R
Sub Amp: Alpine 1005
2002 Honda Civic EX
Directed Audio 2510 and 6"x9"
Cerwin Vega Component System up front
Viper 1200.1----15" FI BL
Alpine CDA-9853, i know there have been complaints about them, but in my book, it is a pretty d@mn good player, I havent had any of the problems others have had.
uhh ///alpine here too 9821 but will upgrade after i get my airbags hehheheh