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    Icon14 panasonic mxe cq-c9800u

    This head unit is a beast with 60 watts rms x 4 and peak at 70 x 4.I ordered it off crutchfield yesterday and its coming tomorrow.My question is does anyone here have it and tell me how it is. and also if the use your rears as subwoofers feature works good or not.







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    Re: panasonic mxe cq-c9800u

    these people are all bias towards Alpine/pioneer/eclipse




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    Re: panasonic mxe cq-c9800u

    Well I don't like alpine head unit wise they have one of the lowest continuous ratings on most of em.Pioneer head units they are pretty good and I was thinking of getting one because my cousin and my other cousins boyfriend both have pioneers and they have good features. As for eclipse their head units are pretty bad *** though I don't know about the look of em.I really like this panasonic cq-c9800u uniy though the features are nice lots of customisation and there is virtually no distortion .01. Wish my audio video reciever for my dvds was that low of thd. Unfortunately for my car my rear deck only can take 6 and 3/4 speakers and lower.I understand why many might not have this unit being that this is 500 dollars compared to most pioneers being in 200 -300 something range.I'm hoping to install my unit by work tomorrow night.




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    Re: panasonic mxe cq-c9800u

    moving to HU





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    Re: panasonic mxe cq-c9800u

    Quote Originally Posted by NoiseViolator
    This head unit is a beast with 60 watts rms x 4 and peak at 70 x 4.I ordered it off crutchfield yesterday and its coming tomorrow.My question is does anyone here have it and tell me how it is..
    Hey man, I just purchased a Panasonic HU from Crutchfield too. It's the MXE CQ-C5410U model. What an amazing deal! For only $239 look what I am getting:

    Panasonic MXE CQ-C5410U CD/MP3/WMA
    HOND CIVIC 01-MS
    Honda Civic Kit 2001-up, I/E/S
    Honda/Acura Wire Harness receiver
    Honda/Acura Wire Harness speakers
    Honda SAPs 5.25"/6.5"
    Crutchfield Guide Car Stereo Instal
    Panasonic CJ-DD163 6-1/2"/6-3/4"
    Refer a Friend Offer

    Crutchfield may be a little higher than some other web sites but for a rookie like me I need all the help with install that I can get! That's why I went with Crutchfield.

    For only $230 I am getting a HU with:

    motorized, detachable faceplate
    Day and Night illumination
    plays MP3 and WMA discs
    plays CDs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs
    direct track selection (with remote control)
    Alphatuner V
    18 FM/6 AM presets
    seek tuning
    SQ7 sound control (six preset tone curves and a 7-band equalizer)
    MOSFET50 internal amp
    CD changer controls
    rear auxiliary input
    5-volt front, rear, and subwoofer preamp outputs (Sweet!)
    high-pass and low-pass crossovers
    clock
    wireless remote
    25 watts RMS/50 peak x 4 channels
    CD frequency response 20-20,000 Hz
    CD signal-to-noise ratio 96 dB
    FM sensitivity 10.2 dBf
    warranty: 2 years!

    Um, no brainer here. I know many people rave about Pioneer and Alpine on this site so buying this doesn't make me very popular. Oh well. I compared and shopped for HU for a long time now and I just don't see much on the market with as many features for the price. I love the looks too! Hey, maybe Panasonic isn't the very best brand, so what. Coming from factory junk like I am this will be like night and day! I'm happy, that's all I can say. Plus, I got two new speakers thrown into the deal.

    Check out my new unit:

    http://www.crutchfield.com/S-GE813lM...&avf=N&search=

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    Re: panasonic mxe cq-c9800u

    4.Um it retails for 499 360 is ebay prices plus u have to buy the accessories to hook the stuff up.1 And I haven't seen a 27 watt x 4 rms alpine unit anywhere. I see 18 to 23 usually.I dont know how u would know panasonic over rates their internal amplifiers but my panasonic hdtv sure is f'ing loud. and lets say the 60 x 4 rms was actually 50 x 4 rms thats still most units peak output as this units continous output.For the money panasonic flagship unit kicks ***.It sounds awesome to me im happy with it.




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