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Hi,
Now i know that i've a 1 din 1/2 car stereo opening so i browse the web to find some stuff. First i found two Pioneers (77DH and 47 DH) but as usual their tuners are for US only :( (remember that i need an Europe frequency range + 0.1 mhz steps).
So i found a Jensen model :confused: :
http://www.jensen.com/car_electronics.aspx?ProductID=53&SubCategoryID=53&CategoryID=1

As on my previous post about Lega.., what are your advises about this brand, model, etc..
I know only Jensen for speakers, their car stereo aren't imported in France.

If your replies are negative i'll buy a " special GM dash kit" then a classic stereo (JVC, Pioneer, Kenwood) in France.
Thanks
 
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Originally posted by Phil_master:
Hi,
Now i know that i've a 1 din 1/2 car stereo opening so i browse the web to find some stuff. First i found two Pioneers (77DH and 47 DH) but as usual their tuners are for US only :( (remember that i need an Europe frequency range + 0.1 mhz steps).
So i found a Jensen model :confused: :
http://www.jensen.com/car_electronics.aspx?ProductID=53&SubCategoryID=53&CategoryID=1

As on my previous post about Lega.., what are your advises about this brand, model, etc..
I know only Jensen for speakers, their car stereo aren't imported in France.

If your replies are negative i'll buy a " special GM dash kit" then a classic stereo (JVC, Pioneer, Kenwood) in France.
Thanks
For the love of God, don;t buy Jensen.
 
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See my other reply, you do have a double DIN opening.
 
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jenson is a little better than legacy, but they are no longer in business. it would be cheaper to buy the install kit and regular size radio. the down side is that it doesn't look as good as a full size one
 
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Phil,

I am not sure of the differences in France, but I would buy one if the basic Alpine , Pioneer or Kenwood units (not "bashing" any other brands) if available. You can get them at a reasonable price and you will be happy with the final result. I have been had so many different brands (good and bad) and these are all very reliable units. If you can find one, I am currently stuck on Eclipse units... But that is just me...

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