Hi, my nice 2 1/2 year old Clarion "Pro Audio" headunit quit ejecting CD's so I need to chose between these two headunits. I'm looking for the headunit that is least prone to skipping because I have two external amplifiers for my speakers and subs. I'm tight on money unlike when I bought my Clarion.
The two headunits are the Pioneer Premier Deh-p400UB (last years model) and the Pioneer Premier Deh-p410UB (this years model).
Pioneer Premier Deh-p410UB (This years model)
Pioneer Premier Deh-p400UB (Last years model)
Does the newer model have better shock proof memory for CD use? The primary use for the headunit will be playing CD's. My main concern is no skipping at high volumes. I'm also curious as to what makes the newer model better than the older besides external looks and LED display. My Clarion had a shock proof memory of 20 seconds, how many seconds of shock proof memory should a headunit be to be considered skip proof to bumps on the road and loud subs? (I don't really turn up my subs, but if I did, I wouldn't want the headunit to skip)