Best Aftermarket Radio for 2006 Mustang GT

Discussion in '2005 - 2014 S-197 Mustang -General/Talk-' started by Riverart, Nov 16, 2007.


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    kkdoughboy New Member

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    I just purchased the Kenwood DNX7100 touchscreen nav unit. This is the bombay ****. Install was smoother than a babys ass and the sound and navagation is awesome!
     
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    I ended up buying an Alpine single DIN 9883 head unit. It's pretty cool, does what I need it to regarding the iPod. It looks much better than the shaker 500. Went to the LA auto show and found that this weekend you'd get 50% off. I really wanted the Alpine with nav and dvd but just couldn't justify it.

    Anyways thanks again!
     
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    Just so you know, Dual, which is made by Namsung Korea, also makes some Pioneer and Alpine models
     
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    Hi all, I've been lurking for a while, but had to give some props to the Pioneer FH-P8000BT.

    I just recently installed one in my 2006 GT with the Shaker 500 and I absolutely love it! I wanted a new head unit primarily so I could hook up my ipod. This unit does that very well - controls the ipod from the head unit or the ipod and as an added bonus also has Bluetooth for your phone, which I've found to work great as well.

    I only have a couple complaints, one is the with the AM reception. With the stock Shaker 500 unit I got very good AM reception, and now can only pick up a handful of stations? The other complaint would be that it has kind of a steep learning curve. However, once you figure out the navigation it's actually pretty fast.

    Anyway it's relatively inexpensive, has a nice factory appearance and works well.

    Cheers!

    Drew
     
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