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looking towards an in-dash monitor

Discussion in 'Explorer Audio & Navigation' started by Saleen_SR71, December 30, 2004.

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    1. Saleen_SR71

      Saleen_SR71 Active Member

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      well i want an indash monitor, but dont know which company to go with...

      well i heard that jensen, alpine and pioneer have "great" resolution/clairty to their screens... but kenwood and clarion arnt as good, but have something{s} that those companys seem to have... and thats a 5.1 DTS processor and DVD changers.

      then theres sony ... well im running a sony HU right now and its sorta crappy, but i like it because its a push button volume control as opposed to a turn nob

      and theres panasonic which ive heard nothing about... but based on their past products that ive used... they were great...

      but if i went for visual performance... id definately go with Alpine... but for sound performance, id probably go to Clarion

      well i just wanted to get your opinions, and past/current experiences with in dash monitors for: (any model)

      Alpine
      Clarion
      Jensen
      Kenwood
      Panasonic
      Pioneer
      Sony
       
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      The Kenwood 7x series is good double-din monitor with dvd/5.1 built in. Only about $1400. Then again i'm biased, Kenwood or pioneer 4 life! (even directed monitors aren't as clear as the kenwood and the DEI's carry a 80% more markup)
       
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      you must mean thek KVT915... i just looked in to it... and the 915 is the only one with built in 5.1 the others have external 5.1 processors (not to mention but its $2900 from kenwoods website)
       

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