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headunit decision, alpine or pioneer?


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natedogg625 
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Posted: February 02, 2007 at 1:44 PM / IP Logged  
Im looking at 2 HUs I cant decide which one to get
Ok, Contender One- Alpine CDA-9857
Heres the product info from crutchfield...
Ok, Contender Two- Pioneer DEH-P7800MP
Heres the product info from crutchfield...
I can get the Pioneer for $315 Shipped, and I can get the Alpine for $270 shipped. Both come with the install equipment.
ANY INPUT WOULD BE GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!
Thanx...
kicker guy 
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Well if those are the 2 choices u are looking at... Alpine all the way
.javi 
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Alpine indeed.
keep it simple stupid.
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Alpine...but I really Pioneer.
pofke13lt 
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You had to ask? Alpine, of course.
warpedimage3 
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i have the 9857 and love it
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If you like alternator whine, choose the Pioneer.
It all reminds me of something that Molière once said to Guy de Maupassant at a café in Vienna: "That's nice. You should write it down."
layinframe_95 
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I also have the 9857 and have tried pioneer before.... I would never buy another pioneer again!!! ALPINE all the way!
dkeshish 
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Ill tell you what do a search in the car audio forumn using my nickname and see what type of problems I am having with my pioneer!!! stay away from pioneer. If i could change my avic n2 i would get an eclipse. But alpine is good!!!
kicker guy 
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I guess we have a winner headunit decision, alpine or pioneer? -- posted image.
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