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91 Suburban CD player options

Discussion in 'Audio' started by DUKSRULE, Jan 1, 2003.

  1. DUKSRULE

    DUKSRULE 1/2 ton status

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    First is the factory radio a DIN 1.5 or 2? I know it is bigger than the one in my 86 pickup. I was thinking of maybe an indash CD changer or CD tape combo. Anyone have any recommendations?
     
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    I really like JVC and Clarion. If you want to get real fancy, there is always Eclipes and Alpine.
     
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    Its a DIN and a half. Why don't you just get a dash kit and a regular DIN unit. Most of the combo units are double DIN anyway.
     
  4. HarryH3

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    I've got an Alpine unit that I'm going to put into my '90 Suburban. It's AM/FM/Casette in the dash and also has a remote 6-CD Changer that's controlled by the head unit. I figured that with this I can still play all of my old tapes, plus my CD's. /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
     
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    dash kit is the best way, after that using your reg den radio, tape is good, lots of changers out there, depends on what you want to do, like me i jam while i play so i actually have a tape deck in mine, have access to anyting i want, but the tape will jam if im jammed up ya know
     

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