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What would be close in quality or better and and all the adjustability of PRs 80 and doesn’t have to be pioneer ? Thinking of getting a newer GMC Sierra probably in the 2008 - 2011 body style.

 

 

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only pioneer and some jvc double dins have it. Kenwood is a complete no.

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Assuming your looking to run active, my Pioneer Avh 4800 has been really nice and the tuning is great. I would look into that.

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AVH-X5700BHS*[emoji6]

 

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poneer *****. the JVC is much better. i instantly noticed higher resolution. i went from the JVC 730 to the kenwood 6904s( hte SQ build deck) and its awesome as well but no network mode. its nice thought better touch screen faster but i cant really hear a difference between the jvc and kenwood(they are basically identical with hte JVC having the lower tolerance parts and no active networking). i have a Twk 88 and i use it to do my level matching phase attenuation and EQing to keep all channels linear in frequency response then i cna on hte fly EQ for different genres with the 4 user presets.

for rap the EQ is unusually flat. some stuff is unnaturally boosted and i prefer a certain sound and most recordings now in days **** so i clean it up when i have to.

 

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AVH-X5700BHS*[emoji6]

 

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There is no DD equivalent to the 80prs. Absolutely none

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There is no DD equivalent to the 80prs. Absolutely none

 

The 80 prs *****. Cheap dac. No low tolerance parts. The 100$ jvc will sound better and play flac.

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The 80 prs *****. Cheap dac. No low tolerance parts. The 100$ jvc will sound better and play flac.

 

Again. Spec for spec, capability for capability. Nothing in DD can match the 80prs.

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Again. Spec for spec, capability for capability. Nothing in DD can match the 80prs.

 

With a little install skill the jvc double din I had will destroy it.

It

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With a little install skill the jvc double din I had will destroy it.

It

 

you're such an idiot. so stuck up in promoting your own ideals that you miss the point. did your teacher ever tell you to read the question before answering it? to answer just the question and not to go off on tangents?

 

offer a better active double din or **** off with your nonsense :wow:

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The new pioneer NEX are 3 way active, 13 band eq, Apple car play or Android auto, auto EQ, auto time alignment and plays FLAC.

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you're such an idiot. so stuck up in promoting your own ideals that you miss the point. did your teacher ever tell you to read the question before answering it? to answer just the question and not to go off on tangents?

 

offer a better active double din or **** off with your nonsense :wow:

 

The jvc is active moron.

The kenwood is not but I think the preamp are stronger a tad and it's not quite as Brite in the 11k region. But it's not active hence the jvc is better for him.

I'd advise getting the mini DSP and a cheaper jvc kenwood or alpine over that lame *** deck

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The new pioneer NEX are 3 way active, 13 band eq, Apple car play or Android auto, auto EQ, auto time alignment and plays FLAC.

 

I had a 4800. The jvc was better in everyway

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I had a 4800. The jvc was better in everyway

 

Cool story bro. To bad they don't make a 4800NEX just a 4800BS.

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poneer *****. the JVC is much better. i instantly noticed higher resolution. i went from the JVC 730 to the kenwood 6904s( hte SQ build deck) and its awesome as well but no network mode. its nice thought better touch screen faster but i cant really hear a difference between the jvc and kenwood(they are basically identical with hte JVC having the lower tolerance parts and no active networking). i have a Twk 88 and i use it to do my level matching phase attenuation and EQing to keep all channels linear in frequency response then i cna on hte fly EQ for different genres with the 4 user presets.

for rap the EQ is unusually flat. some stuff is unnaturally boosted and i prefer a certain sound and most recordings now in days **** so i clean it up when i have to.

 

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The double din has a bit more features and for the price its not to bad of an upgrade

 

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The double din has a bit more features and for the price its not to bad of an upgrade

 

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Which one money? I spent 1400 in a year in a half on these cd players. I wish the kenwood had the cool touchscreen features of the jvc.

I'd trade my 6904 for a new 940

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Sorry I didn’t make myself clear but I don’t need active capability as I have the DSR 1 now. Also I am surprised there is a big difference between the Jvc and Kenwood as they are the same company? I was just looking at the Nex pioneers also.

 

 

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I had a 4800. The jvc was better in everyway

 

and my buddy that swapped a kenwood 373 to a pioneer 2800 bs said its like he removed a wet towel off his speakers from the swap alone. Your point?

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Have you EVER owned the P80 papermaker....or just talking out your *** again like usual?

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I have the 80 and im not a huge fan. It has some great features but the 5v preouts are a lie. Its really half that unless you put on some stupid feature that adjusts output based on ambient noise or some crap. It wont reach full output parked with the feature on though so good luck setting gains. I also have the 880 that i liked better but no bluetooth.

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I talked to @adulbrich earlier and he mentioned an Alpine deck that has full active capabilities, but I'm not sure that it was a double din?

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[quote name='dbjunior']I have the 80 and im not a huge fan. It has some great features but the 5v preouts are a lie. Its really half that unless you put on some stupid feature that adjusts output based on ambient noise or some crap. It wont reach full output parked with the feature on though so good luck setting gains. I also have the 880 that i liked better but no bluetooth.[/QUOTE]

i got 4.7V out of my sub level, yours could have been faulty. I dont need to use any of those features ever.

[quote name='wew lad']I talked to @adulbrich earlier and he mentioned an Alpine deck that has full active capabilities, but I'm not sure that it was a double din?[/QUOTE]

164 bt, single din.

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and my buddy that swapped a kenwood 373 to a pioneer 2800 bs said its like he removed a wet towel off his speakers from the swap alone. Your point?

 

Your buddy have the same tune? Doubt it

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