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good cd changer

Discussion in 'Audio' started by 90K5, Jun 23, 2003.

  1. 90K5

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    I need an FM modulated cd changer...i have the cheap *** factory tape deck, but im going to keep it, want a 10-12 disc changer. who makes a good one, lookin to spend less than $200, and probably not on a sony, havent had good luck with them. thanks
     
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    JVC CH-X1100RF, 12 Disc Changer for 189.99

    If u already have a good reciever, then go to Crutchfield.com and look for a matching Changer. They probably have one that suits u. /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
     
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    I've always thought a person should get a good quality headunit. The way I see it, you can only liston to one CD at a time. Any reason you want too stay with the factory headunit ???
     
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    an aftermarket headunit is more money i dont want to spend. Also, i have started to hate the way they look in the dash, makes it look mismatched, and does the same job. I saw a JVC at Circuit City not long ago for $140...on of my friends just got a job there, so I'll get some kind of a deal on one.
     
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