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    Help a brotha out

    Looking to replace my stock HU with a Nav/Dvd, but I'm clueless what's out there. My budget would be somewhere around or under 1k (hopefully less, i'm trying to get a deal), hoping for something with an easy interface/function, and it's essential that it's nav capable.

    Hopefully someone can chime in here who may already have what I described and point me in the right direction.

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    Re: Help a brotha out

    You should go with a Eclipse, Kenwood, Clarion, Alpine, Pioneer "double din" headunit...

    (if that is double din)




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    Re: Help a brotha out

    Go with the factory nav if it is available.



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    Re: Help a brotha out

    Reason?




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    Re: Help a brotha out

    It may be easier to go with factory..

    But it's likely going to cost more and will definitely be lacking in features.

    You need to do a bit of research on the current models...

    Check www.crutchfield.com

    Also be prepared that if you dont do your research you will get stuck with a deck you can't hack to work while in drive..




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    Re: Help a brotha out

    thanks for the info stang, i'll check some out.

    I drove around to a few stores today and played with a few kenwood's and they seem pretty good.




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