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Good Double Din

What is a good brand of Double Din. Ive always been a Pioneer guy myself. Also whats a good place to buy it at?
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I love my Pioneer F90BT. How much are you looking to spend? I got mine on eBay
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Not to sure yet.
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Alright, do you want it to play DVDs or have navigation? You can get the F700BT which has navigation but no DVD capability. Or the F900 or F90 has everything. Theres also lesser units which are just DVD players.
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The navigation would be cool to have. I really dont see the point of the dvd player, cant watch anything when im driving. Tho the G/F might like it when we drive for 10 hrs.
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F700BT FTW LOL I love mine. Did the bypass on it now and can watch movies off my ipod while going down the road. If you have an ipod and you put movies on it, you can get by with using the F700 and a DVD/Nav unit. The main reason I went with it instead of something else that had DVD and Nav was because I put a lot of movies on my ipod therefor I didn't need to spend the extra money for that.
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F700BT FTW LOL I love mine. Did the bypass on it now and can watch movies off my ipod while going down the road. If you have an ipod and you put movies on it, you can get by with using the F700 and a DVD/Nav unit. The main reason I went with it instead of something else that had DVD and Nav was because I put a lot of movies on my ipod therefor I didn't need to spend the extra money for that.
I dont have an Ipod.
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Yeah I love having a DVD playing on road trips. The passengers enjoy it as well
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I love my Kenwood DNX5140 or the DDX514 if you don't want navi
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