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    budget headunit with crossover adjusments

    looking to buy a new headunit for my t/a. im wanting it to be modern looking and not some old looking thing. with built in crossovers, and an aux port (front or back). im looking to buy used because i want to stay under $150 give or take a tad bit.

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    Re: budget headunit with crossover adjusments

    Best bet is finding a used active deck. Alpine would fit the bill or you could find jvc sh1000 for $110 new on ebay. you can also wait for clarions new deck coming out but will be around $220



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    Re: budget headunit with crossover adjusments

    Im selling my 9855's I think...




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    Re: budget headunit with crossover adjusments

    yep, an Alpine CDA-9813, 9815, 9833, 9835, 9853, 9855, 9887 can be found used for your budget. with the KCA-121B Ai-Net adapter for a rear Aux Input (stereo RCA's).

    depends what you need for crossovers. if just high pass, most Kenwood eXcelon head units can do what you want for under your budget as well.



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