Car Audio reviews ?

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by USC, Oct 29, 2003.

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    USC Guest

    Hello everyone,

    I have a 91 Accord EX sedan and the original HONDA audio does not accept the
    audio tape in. But radio is fine.
    I dont know if its a good idea to get it fixed or buy a new one.
    I was looking for cheap but decent CD players and saw one called XTREME
    WMS353 which is for $90 at Walmart. I don't know if its a decent one to buy.

    All your suggestions /feedback would be valuble to me.

    Thanks in advance !

    USC, Oct 29, 2003
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    C N Guest

    Get a pioneer...
    Check me you won't be sorry...they are great CD players....will
    make your speakers sound a lot better.
    You might want to look into buying a set of 6 x 9's or 6.5's also...they
    will really sound good with your new stereo head.
    C N, Oct 29, 2003
  3. Buy a new one! If you go to a good electronics store or stereo store you
    can get a new CD player that is decent for under 200 bucks. If you can even
    get the tape deck repaired it will probably cost u just as much.
    Justin T. DenBeste, Oct 29, 2003
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    Pete Guest


    If you want it to last, buy something name brand. Check out your local Best
    Buy - their website shows a number of CD receivers by Pioneer, JVC or
    Kenwood in the $120-130 range. I'm sure you can find it for even less if
    you shop online.


    Pete, Oct 29, 2003
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    USC Guest

    Thank you all for the suggestions.
    Justin pointed me to
    really a good site for Car CD players.
    I found one more website , But I dont know if this one is good to trust.

    anybody any experience?

    Thanks a lot for all your feedbacks.
    USC, Oct 31, 2003
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    Pete Guest

    No personal experience with the site you listed, but I bought from before and had good experience. Lower prices than
    Crutchfield of course.


    Pete, Oct 31, 2003
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    sweede Guest
    sweede, Oct 31, 2003
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    David L Guest

    Couldn't agree with you more. Similar to buying a car without test driving
    or seeing it. May get lucky or may be disappointed.

    David L, Nov 2, 2003
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    USC Guest

    I guess, then I need to be careful, look at the stuff before buying.

    Thanks .
    USC, Nov 2, 2003
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    Eric Guest

    Be careful with Crutchfield. Trust your ears. I was about to buy some
    speakers which were recommended as a direct fit for my '88 Civic that
    Crutchfield had given good reviews. Well, I went and listened to them at a
    couple of stores and quickly discovered that they were not what I wanted,
    they sounded dull and lifeless. Even my old stock speakers sounded better.

    Eric, Nov 2, 2003
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