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Any one seen any good 2 din Monitor/head units. I think if there would be one availible to fit under the factory face cover would be perfect. I have seen one kenwood but I dont know if i trust kennwood. Any sugestions
 

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Originally posted by tfd666@Oct 6 2004, 03:41 AM
Thanks Plissken, that is great reading. Couldn't of asked for a better explanation.
anytime, i learned something as well.
 

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My best friend has the Kenwood in his Kenwood Demo Vehicle. It so kicks ass. Touchscreen! Motorized face! And the resolution is excellent.
 

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I likr the one Pioneer from japan. But Im looking for something with a monitor. But maybe japan has something to ofor in that area better than the ken wood . ans my girlfriend is going home to japan for a couple of weeks and maybe can find something for me.
 

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I seriously LOVE 2-din tube amp!

It's kind of hard to justify $1000 on a head unit without it being a touchscreen or something. But man, talk about unique! And I bet the sound is warm like butter...

I would love to hear one in person.


By the way, if I ever win the lottery and buy this... do foreign stereos just plug into these cars like American ones? I know different countries have different voltages and stuff for home electricity, but I have no clue about cars. Er, well, the tC comes from Japan, so it should work, right?
 

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damn silver-x you beat me to it.

from what i'v seen the new ECLIPSE AVN2454 dbbl Din, "should" be a nice fit. the only thing that i wory about is just as to how far it sticks out. hopefully it's not too far so that the Tc's cover canbe placed back down over it.
http://www.eclipse-web.com/
 
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