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Best $400-$500 Deck

Discussion in 'Explorer Audio & Navigation' started by VairKing, September 19, 2002.

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    1. VairKing

      VairKing Elite Explorer<br>Midwest-Xplorer Member

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      What do you guys think is the best deck I can get for $400-$500? Right now Im kinda leaning on the Pioneer DEH-P8400MP, but am still considering options...Here is what it has to have:

      MP3 compatable
      3 sets of preouts, prefrebly 4 volt or higher
      Decent crossovers/adjustments


      What are everybodys thoughts, and what are you guys runnin for HUs?
       
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    3. BTRs X

      BTRs X Elite Explorer

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      Go with the Pioneer Premier DEH-P740 or the DEH-P840. I use the Premier stuff and it comes with a better warranty and more features. Right around the same price as the regular Pioneer stuff. If you need any help there is a stereo shop in my town that I have connections with....if you want me to check prices just let me know. Good Luck.
       
    4. rydinhigh

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      im a huge fan of clarion head units. you could get a really nice one for what you have to spend. I also had a pioneer and liked it alot.
       
    5. Mike

      Mike Moderator Emeritus Moderator Emeritus

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      I have the pioneer DEH-p7400 i think.. or the 7300.. not sure tho... i allways loved alpine.. but ever since i got this pioneer i love it... i would never ask for anything more... it is great.... you can set everything to what u want... from the sub's to the mids.. i really like it ... i say go with pioneer..


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      Sony HU's are really POWERFULL they are about 23x4 RMS for the average Sony line. I really like the Pioneer DEHP8400MP and you can find it for $390!! It has a fold out face that shows more controlls

      http://cardiscountstereos.com/Catalog Page.asp?Product+#=DEHP8400MP

      And you can always do price checks if you wanna order from Sounddomain, thezeb, i think Crutchfield.
       
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      taxx Make em say Ugh

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      Here I thought you were looking for advice on building a deck to your house:(
       
    8. VairKing

      VairKing Elite Explorer<br>Midwest-Xplorer Member

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