Guys tanong ko lang kung standard lang ba ang size ng car sterio? Meron kasi kong Ford Lynx 2002 Ghia Model gusto ko sanang bumili ng car sterio sa US kaso isip mo baka hindi magfit.. help naman...
the 1 din, 2 din system isn't important.
depends really on how much you want to spend. Do you want quality music reproduction ba? then you need to spend money. Like about 100, 000 for good amplification, speakers, and cables, etc.
if all you want is some music, then those head units from china would suffice.
I confirm the 2002 Lynx comes standard with a 1-DIN-size stereo/head unit.
From the outside, though, it seems like you can modify your dash to accept a larger 2-DIN unit by removing some interior bits...only if you're willing to risk some damage.
You're not answering the thread starter's question.
Hi, pwede makisingit? I'm looking for one of those mp3 players with memory card slots... how much are those usually and ok na ba yung mga chinese branded ones?
kelunji wrote: »
Well my iPod is MADE IN TAIWAN, but it's still running ok, and I bought it in 2003. BTW isn't Dai-ichi an OEM manufacturer for big name audio brands?
RuckuS wrote: »
AFAIK Dai-ichi is the OEM manufacturer for other "well known" brands such as Sanyo and Aiwa. i didnt know iPods were made in taiwan but as far as other electronic devices that have passedby my house through the years(Microwave,Stereos,DVD players) the "Made in Taiwan" stuff were usualy the first to conk out. charge it to experience -- and the saying "the more expensive an item is the better it gets". and usualy the made in taiwan stuff are always the cheapest(and for good reason).@Papichulo168
do their speakers sound good or at least competitive with other lower branded car speakers in the market today(ex. RyanAudio, Bluethunder/B52's,Targa,Konzert etc.) btw is "Targa" a Dai-ichi product? i have no experience with Dai-Ichi products but im aware that they're a lot cheaper than any of the expensive branded ones like Kicker, JL Audio, Rockford, etc.
and about the Foryou Headunit would you recommend it ahead of a Sony Xplode which are priced just as much, or a lower end Pioneer or Alpine model which i think also has HUs around that price range.