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Old 12 Jan 2011, 05:45 pm
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Default replacing a cd stereo in a acura TL

First off my cd player does not work! Yes I've tried all options to get it
work besides going to the dealer, which I will not do.

Ok, I've contemplated getting a transmitter (because of no aux input) to get
a ipod to work, however, after some research I've been told the quality
would be no so good.

So I am left with a) going to a scrap yard to get a factory deck again b)
buying a aftermarket deck

If I go with a aftermarket deck, I need a special module (50 bucks) to use
in order to get my Sub and amp working properly, plus another wiring
harness, and a dash kit. All this I don't mind, but I want something that
will offer equal or better sound than whats already there.

Any suggestions? tips? advice?

I really like this deck, however, I'm unsure if it will fit.

http://www.futureshop.ca/en-CA/produ...fb96cb8742en02

Thanks in advance


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Old 12 Jan 2011, 06:25 pm
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Default Re: replacing a cd stereo in a acura TL

ok that deck is a no no because it doesn't play cd's
"Maxima" <maximamaximus00@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:4d2e3d02$0$5569$9a566e8b@news.aliant.net...
> First off my cd player does not work! Yes I've tried all options to get it
> work besides going to the dealer, which I will not do.
>
> Ok, I've contemplated getting a transmitter (because of no aux input) to
> get a ipod to work, however, after some research I've been told the
> quality would be no so good.
>
> So I am left with a) going to a scrap yard to get a factory deck again b)
> buying a aftermarket deck
>
> If I go with a aftermarket deck, I need a special module (50 bucks) to use
> in order to get my Sub and amp working properly, plus another wiring
> harness, and a dash kit. All this I don't mind, but I want something that
> will offer equal or better sound than whats already there.
>
> Any suggestions? tips? advice?
>
> I really like this deck, however, I'm unsure if it will fit.
>
> http://www.futureshop.ca/en-CA/produ...fb96cb8742en02
>
> Thanks in advance
>



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Old 12 Jan 2011, 07:40 pm
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Default Re: replacing a cd stereo in a acura TL

"Maxima" <maximamaximus00@gmail.com> wrote in
news:4d2e3d02$0$5569$9a566e8b@news.aliant.net:

> First off my cd player does not work! Yes I've tried all options to
> get it work besides going to the dealer, which I will not do.
>
> Ok, I've contemplated getting a transmitter (because of no aux input)
> to get a ipod to work, however, after some research I've been told the
> quality would be no so good.




The radio-transmitter ones are just fine. My wife uses one. Quality is as
good as your car's speakers.




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