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Old 08-04-2014, 04:36 PM   #1
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Single Din DVD Reciever

I got a screaming deal on a Kenwood 7" single din DVD receiver. By screaming I mean free. It does look a little odd installed but I can live with it for now. Has anyone else installed a single din dvd receiver.
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Here you go. I installed an Alpine center channel under it. Click image for larger version

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Hey not too shabby for being free!


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Not at all. I would say a double din would be a better fit. But this will work for now.


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Yea not bad. This is my personal set up
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The double din is so much cleaner. Although I do like having the center channel right there.


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I would like to figure out if it is running through the amp for the shaker 500. Someone had already installed an aftermarket receiver before I bought the car.


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Yea you got it for free so no matter what you are winning. When I got mine it was a requirement to fit in cleanly.


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Is that the model with blue tooth?
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