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Old 08-29-2014, 08:53 AM   #1
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99-04 mach 1000 audio

Ok, so I just bought my 03 sonic blue gt yesterday. It has the Mach 1000 audio package, is there a way to still use it if I change my head unit?

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I have the Mach 1000 as well. Are you having problems with the stock head unit? I have the stock head unit still because I had another mustang with an aftermarket one and it looked so out of place.


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I have the Mach 1000 as well. Are you having problems with the stock head unit? I have the stock head unit still because I had another mustang with an aftermarket one and it looked so out of place.


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It won't play burnt cds but other wise works fine, I just wanted to go with a double din touch screen

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Yes.. Especially if you pay someone to put it in, they should have zero problems. The biggest problem I've found is finding replacement speakers when u blow the ****ty stock ones. Ohm-age seems to be the issue. Mine are blow and sound like crap... But what's the point in replacing crap with crap. I even researched it but couldn't find much.


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Putting in an aftermarket head unit should be easy...as long as you get the right wiring harness. I only have the mach 460 (it was pretty easy to find), but look around for a harness that is specifically for the mach 1000. I would try to ask a local audio place first and then Crutchfield.com. I think this is the one, but I would just take it out real quick to look at the wires and make an initial judgement.
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They sell a special wiring harness at best buy. Buy that and you won't have any problems.
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Yes, you can change the head unit out and still have the mach 1000 working.

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Thanks guys!

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Go with Crutchfield. They provide you with wiring harness for free, instructions, and free lifetime support.

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This.

Also, who the hell still uses burnt CDs? Lol, get something with a front usb port and throw in a $25 thumb drive with a 64 gig capacity and roll.
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This.

Also, who the hell still uses burnt CDs? Lol, get something with a front usb port and throw in a $25 thumb drive with a 64 gig capacity and roll.
Only because it's a stock radio I never buy cds I want a touch screen double din

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Just put in a good double DIN unit then, get one with a front or rear USB port. You can just put a thumb drive in the front or if its a rear port then run a usb extension cable from the rear into the glove box or console or whatever. IMO, rear usb is way cleaner but the front facing ones aren't too bad. Just don't want one sticking out where you'll bang into it going into 3rd.
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Been there and done that... Bottom line you need the correct harness and I would suggest getting it from Crutchfield. This will however not solve all your problems. Even though this will allow an aftermarket head unit to work with the Mach 1000 system the sound quality will be marginal at best IMHO.. The problem is, the MACH system is designed to work with a MACH head unit and nothing else. Each output of that head unit is customized to the amps it is feeding and the amps are customized to the speakers they are feeding. What you will discover is that if you leave your head unit flat, it will sound like crap. You need to play with the EQ, the high/low pass filters (selecting tweeters, woofers etc) in order to make it sound reasonable. And even then it's not going to sound great. I speak from experience after replacing my head unit with a top of the line Kenwood and could never dial the sound in correctly. I finally gave up and re-installed the Mach 100 head unit, bought an iPod adapter (USA-SPEC) and got my quality sound back.

If you look in the hardcore audio groups you will discover that people looking to improve on the MACH 1000 sound usually rip the entire thing out and start from scratch.

The MACH 1000 system is really a decent sounding system. Unfortunately it's behind the times (no USB inputs etc) and it's designed to work well with itself and is very hostile toward adding aftermarket parts. Especially speakers because the impedance of the MACH speakers is a non-standard value etc....
Can it be made to work as is with aftermarket components?
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Been there and done that... Bottom line you need the correct harness and I would suggest getting it from Crutchfield. This will however not solve all your problems. Even though this will allow an aftermarket head unit to work with the Mach 1000 system the sound quality will be marginal at best IMHO.. The problem is, the MACH system is designed to work with a MACH head unit and nothing else. Each output of that head unit is customized to the amps it is feeding and the amps are customized to the speakers they are feeding. What you will discover is that if you leave your head unit flat, it will sound like crap. You need to play with the EQ, the high/low pass filters (selecting tweeters, woofers etc) in order to make it sound reasonable. And even then it's not going to sound great. I speak from experience after replacing my head unit with a top of the line Kenwood and could never dial the sound in correctly. I finally gave up and re-installed the Mach 100 head unit, bought an iPod adapter (USA-SPEC) and got my quality sound back.

If you look in the hardcore audio groups you will discover that people looking to improve on the MACH 1000 sound usually rip the entire thing out and start from scratch.

The MACH 1000 system is really a decent sounding system. Unfortunately it's behind the times (no USB inputs etc) and it's designed to work well with itself and is very hostile toward adding aftermarket parts. Especially speakers because the impedance of the MACH speakers is a non-standard value etc....
Can it be made to work as is with aftermarket components?
Sure, but you may not like the results.

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what ipod adapter?


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USA SPEC iPodĀ® Interface for Ford Connects your iPod to select Ford factory radios at Crutchfield.com

However I would NOT recommend it because it's quirky. Sometimes it won't recognize the iPod Classic 160gb I have hooked up. I then have to power off/on the head unit.

I use it as a basic "shuffle and play all songs" unit and it works great like that.
If you are into custom playlists, displaying tags on the head unit etc then forget this one.

One thing though, it's the only unit I have found that uses the digital signal from the iPod.
It uses the connector on the bottom of the iPod so you are getting the best possible, in theory, sound quality.
The sound quality is excellent and you can use the EQ and other controls on the iPod to adjust the sound as well.
There are also inputs on the unit so you can use an AUX cable as well if you want.

Mine is an older unit so they have probably updated the firmware by now because a lot more phones/devices are supported compared to when I bought this a few years ago.

I also didn't pay $129.00 but something like $79 at the time so it was a better deal.

Make sure you plug your car into Crutchfield's site and make certain it's match and will work.
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Been there and done that... Bottom line you need the correct harness and I would suggest getting it from Crutchfield. This will however not solve all your problems. Even though this will allow an aftermarket head unit to work with the Mach 1000 system the sound quality will be marginal at best IMHO.. The problem is, the MACH system is designed to work with a MACH head unit and nothing else. Each output of that head unit is customized to the amps it is feeding and the amps are customized to the speakers they are feeding. What you will discover is that if you leave your head unit flat, it will sound like crap. You need to play with the EQ, the high/low pass filters (selecting tweeters, woofers etc) in order to make it sound reasonable. And even then it's not going to sound great. I speak from experience after replacing my head unit with a top of the line Kenwood and could never dial the sound in correctly. I finally gave up and re-installed the Mach 100 head unit, bought an iPod adapter (USA-SPEC) and got my quality sound back.

If you look in the hardcore audio groups you will discover that people looking to improve on the MACH 1000 sound usually rip the entire thing out and start from scratch.

The MACH 1000 system is really a decent sounding system. Unfortunately it's behind the times (no USB inputs etc) and it's designed to work well with itself and is very hostile toward adding aftermarket parts. Especially speakers because the impedance of the MACH speakers is a non-standard value etc....
Can it be made to work as is with aftermarket components?
Sure, but you may not like the results.

Just my opinion.
I think I may save this or even sticky it at the top of the audio forum. Very good info and totally true. One of the best features of my 95 Cobra and now my 98GT is that they are NON Mach cars. If I had a car with a Mach unit in it I'd rip everything out or leave it in and figure out a way to run an aux input into it.

As for the current cars, when I start looking for a Coyote I bet I'm going to have a hell of a time finding a Premium or PP car without the Shaker in it. Maybe not.
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I think I may save this or even sticky it at the top of the audio forum. Very good info and totally true. One of the best features of my 95 Cobra and now my 98GT is that they are NON Mach cars. If I had a car with a Mach unit in it I'd rip everything out or leave it in and figure out a way to run an aux input into it.



As for the current cars, when I start looking for a Coyote I bet I'm going to have a hell of a time finding a Premium or PP car without the Shaker in it. Maybe not.

You will prolly have a hell of a time. Seems shaker sort of just comes with premium. Every premium v6 I looked at had shaker. But that's the good part it's better than the old crap that blows. Having a 8" sub in the bottom is sweet (I believe that's what it has?)


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Eh, if it has SYNC and bluetooth I can link it to slacker radio or whatever and stream. I'll be happy with that. Would have to research on how to retrofit better speakers/amps in and if the stock wiring is ok in the shaker unlike how it is in the mach.
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Eh, if it has SYNC and bluetooth I can link it to slacker radio or whatever and stream. I'll be happy with that. Would have to research on how to retrofit better speakers/amps in and if the stock wiring is ok in the shaker unlike how it is in the mach.

Yeah I thought it was badass compared to the old Mach system. Sounded good an loud. The sync and bluetooth were very nice along with bein a nice touch. That's why I say I hate our interiors. Drove a 11 and hooked my phone up to it.. Got a taste of "luxury" at least compared to what I have lol


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I don't know about the Mach 1000 but i swapped an aftermarket touch screen unit into my Mach 460 system. I believe the piece that is essential is a 12v to 9v converter.
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Lot's of great information on the Mach 460/1000 for 1999-2004 can be found here. The site this was originally posted on is long dead, but you can find it on Wayback Machine. No guarantees that all the hot links will also work though.

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I have the 460. Bought the harness with the voltage converter for the amps. Installed pioneer touch screen. And the sound quality is much better. Exceptional highs. Amps work petfect. No distortion.
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I have the 460 in my car and I had all the harnesses needed and when I plugged it in my amps wouldn't turn on and the tweeters were the only thing working then I found out that depending on your head unit you may need to run the amp power wire to the main radio power wire because for some reason the head unit would not turn them on.

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The reason for the voltage regulator is that the Mach 1000 amps use a non-standard 5Vdc for the amp turn on lead where aftermarket head units use 12Vdc to turn on the amps. The voltage regulator drops the voltage from 12Vdc to 5Vdc so you don't get a pop when you power the head unit on. The Mach460 is actually a different animal than the Mach1000 and thus installing an aftermarket head unit works much better in those cars.

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I've got a stock 460 with no bass issues , crackled and poped a couple times and now nothing ,
Looked at every fuse in both fuse blocks , under dash and under hood
All look ok , got some amps from salvage and anouther radio from salvage and still no bass help !!
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I forgot it has radio but no bass


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Because you know its all about that bass no treble...

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