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    best h/u for going active?

    I'm intersted in the 880PRS but am not so sure. I don't want a h/u I have to rig to get it to work right and I don't know everythign about every h/u so I'll ask these questions.

    1. If you could have any h/u what would it be?
    2. If you cared about price and were going active what would you want?
    3. If you didn't care about price and were going active what would you want?



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    Re: best h/u for going active?

    AVHP-7850DVD (Pioneer)




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    F1 status unit



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    yes personaly if it was some one elce that just starting making boxes but i'v taken shop for 3 years now...Making a lil box is nothing i don't need to pratice on a box to get it right i learned alot of stuff from 1 box and i can fix that in my next box
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    Re: best h/u for going active?

    Quote Originally Posted by germanyt View Post
    I'm intersted in the 880PRS but am not so sure. I don't want a h/u I have to rig to get it to work right and I don't know everythign about every h/u so I'll ask these questions.

    1. If you could have any h/u what would it be?
    2. If you cared about price and were going active what would you want?
    3. If you didn't care about price and were going active what would you want?
    Dont believe everything you read on the forums! There's no rigging involved with the 880. I've installed a few myself and never had any issues.

    1=880
    2=880
    3=880

    I can have any HU! and I've got two 880's!



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    Alpine CDA 7998



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    Re: best h/u for going active?

    Can't believe no one said 9887 yet. It simply comes down to what you want/need in a HU.

    Some members in here don't (and didn't) follow proper install guidelines, ruining their HU's in the process.

    Do something called searching and you'll find all the info you need.Your topic is nothingn unique, it's been answered before.



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    x2 F1



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    Re: best h/u for going active?

    8053...I have two and will NEVER go back to an 880prs again...definite upgrade going to the 8053.



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