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    Pioneer DEH-P4000UB? Is it good?

    I have the Pioneer DEG-P4000UB head unit and was wondering if it is good. I am new to car audio stuff and need all the help I can get. Is it atleast a decent HU?

    I need a HU with a USB plug for my ipod or atleast an Aux plugin for sure if you want to give me suggestions on other HU to look at. Thanks







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    Re: Pioneer DEH-P4000UB? Is it good?

    I got the same one, only downside about it to me is the low voltage preouts....



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    Re: Pioneer DEH-P4000UB? Is it good?

    I see. Well i think it is pretty good for my purposes. thanks for the reply.




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    Re: Pioneer DEH-P4000UB? Is it good?

    not a bad deck i use to rock one, only one line of display though



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    Re: Pioneer DEH-P4000UB? Is it good?

    Wow you're the first person I've seen on any site that also lives in Abilene, TX lol

    The deck should be fine, I've always had good results with Pioneer decks. I have the DEH-P8300UB sitting in my room waiting to go in once I got the last parts of my system. This is the one I got

    http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_...H-P8300UB.html




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    Re: Pioneer DEH-P4000UB? Is it good?

    I've installed a bunch of pioneer decks...pretty much anything above the 3100 should do anything you need it to. (don't flame...he said he's a noob)



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