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Icon8 Blew up my head unit.

As the title says, i blew up my head unit and i need a used one for now to replace it. If anyone has one laying around let me know please. Thanks!
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I have a stock headunit i could sell ya. lol
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lol, no thanks on the stockers. I don't know why i dont like them. Thanks anyways Tyler.
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hey, i don't like em either hahaha
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check the clasifieds on here. there is usually always somthing on here... ocasionally double dins!
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Ive got a single din sony headunit Sony Xplod CDX-GT430IP CD receiver at Crutchfield.com. I took it out of my truck because the ipod cable didnt work some times, but my friend had it in his car for a week and a half and it works fine now. Has a ipod cable in the back and AUX in the front. Looking to get 75 shipped.
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Yeah i use my ipod alot, im sorry man anyone else?
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i have a 06' kenwood KDC-MP628 sitting under my bed cause my truck has a decent stock radio as it is

the kenwood is ipod capable with the optional cable. research it and holla at me if your interested.
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What are you looking to get for it?
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Using an OEM Radio CD-6, with a Spec USA iPOD Adapter produces good music.
Good enough for an Audiophile, who knows but the sound is really good.
my daughter questioned me on what I did to my radio when I installed the SpecUSA iPOD setup, really made a difference.
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i have a one u can have for free
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