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Old 01-20-2018, 12:25 PM   #1
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Any recommendations for a good budget touchscreen double din HU?

With bluetooth obviously. Android mirrorlink or a full blown android unit would be a HUGE plus. And when I say "budget" I'm not expecting like a $150 unit or something.

Going to double DIN the Mustang when it gets here and then whatever else I get as a beater will get a HU as well, maybe not touchscreen but still.
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Old 01-20-2018, 03:34 PM   #2
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I've heard really good things about Corehan android 7 double dins. However i personally haven't used it i know a couple people who praise them. they get pretty solid reviews. and can be had on Amazon for under 250.00 which is cheap. I will definitely try them if and when i go double din in my truck.

I wish I waited the extra 5 weeks for the 302a pkg in my f150 but my patience is almost non existent , but there's apparently a dash kit which retains original hvac buttons now for them.

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As long as it'll interface with the Mach setup. For all the crap that was done to my car by whoever had it... the radio install was pretty ok as far as making the HU work with the Mach units. Although they did not wire in the stepdown so it popped whenever it was turned on. I fixed that already lol.
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And I like this one a LOT. I'm big on stupid stuff like the bigger side buttons and the analog style volume knob. Could care less about any sort of optical drive because its 2018 and ppl who still use optical drives are the same as ppl who pay with checks at the grocery store.

https://www.amazon.com/Android-Car-S...d+7+car+stereo

Gonna wait until the car gets here tho before I go ordering anything. As soon as it gets here and everything checks out and I know it'll pass ITV the FIRST thing I'm ordering is a set of Steeda underdrives because I'm going to be redlining this thing like CRAZY with these roads here and consistent 7-7500RPM is going to blow up something on the accessories lol. Right after that... that Corehan looks awesome plus a backup camera and a sensor system because **** is tight here...
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That one doesn't have a slot to put cassettes into.

And I always pay with cash at the checkout line...
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mach units is just a harness with some rca ends. just make sure you have a harness in there to allow integration of the factory amps. my gt has mach stereo and much better sounding when i can set the frequencies. when it comes to car audio this is my thing. been installing for years

and when it comes to working about your accessories, just inline fuse everything, I do anyways. and if youre worried about spikes in current you can run a little capactator to keep everything stable

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oh and yeah the pop i forgot about that. It's been so long. I just wired in 2 resistors and pigtailed them down to 6v... cheap way lol.

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Everything else is wired in properly and looks like its solid. The HU in there sounds great, just they didn't install the resistor. I wouldn't even remove the harness that is in there, just cut it close to the HU and then wire into that with a good solder job and shrink tubing. Easy.

Will be more of a PITA to hide the wires for the GPS and the rear backup camera but that's not really hard just a pain. And the microphone... And the USB for the phone under the console into the storage bin lol.
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oh there's tons of room behind, you'll be fine. for the mic just run up and put infront of steering wheel on the dash, wires tuck in nicely. easy quick job and it sounds the best there imho.. everything else is a sinch.

and why leave harness in. just unclip from oem harness and you'll have tons of room to solder and can add any leads you may want to extend. espcially if youre doing more work later like camera ect. makes life easier when you can slide whole unit out but everything still nicely wrapped and strapped neatly. just my ocd i suppose lol

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I'd have to take a pic... there is some weird block in there that the wires go to and out into the Mach system. I mean the system sounds REALLY GOOD even being the stock Mach460 system so I dunno if its some trick an actual shop used or what? They very well might have done it right and some idiot put a new HU in and didn't wire in the resistor I dunno.

Regardless there is still plenty of room, would only be adding like 4" of wire total and wrapping it and tucking it is easy. I'm OCD about cable management too. This is the inside of my computer if that gives you any ideas lmao.
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Are you going to use the stock amps/speakers, etc? Honestly, that's the only reason I haven't bought a new head unit. I don't want to replace any of that biz, especially since it all still works fine (not the OEM head unit). I'm not into great stereos anymore, but everyone says it sounds like poo with the OEM Mach 460 or 1000 wired up to work with aftermarket head units.
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yeah that's some tidy wire management. satisfying actually lol. id have to see a picture of this block you speak of. could just be an ancient adapter or an over kill piece with steering wheel controls ect.... but it should be a fairly tidy harness with a couple rca leads. or at least the most current ones are



and stock speakers and amps sound great with aftermarket head units. espically if the particular unit allows control of hpf filter. just have to get an after market plug and play harness. and 2 1k ohm resistors to change the amp remote turn on from 12 down to 6 as mach 460 and 1000 units use a 5.6 volt turn on.... I have the 460 and with oem deck id get clipping on low frequencies with after market i turned the mega lows that the little speaker cant hit down a bit and it sounds super clean

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Yeah stock everything minus the HU. However they wired it in they did it right minus the resistor. Sounds amazing, or it did last time I used it lol.

Once it gets out here and passes ITV and everything I'll start doing the little stuff like the HU, camera, UD pullies so I can spin to 7K and not worry about the PS pump or alt or AC blowing up and then... that'll be it really. For awhile. I'll probably do UPR K, a arms and coilovers next fall/winter because I wanna drive this car around during peak season when I can show it off the most. This place becomes "south beach" during summer here apparently.
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exactly do the easy little things more as for fun but get to enjoy the car.. some epic tours. find some epic roads and get a go pro and just drive....

yeah I can't imagine Spain being conservative during the summer months lol... lucky bastard.



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Its not conservative NOW... And yoga pants and distressed jeans are everywhere. I will say from experience overseas before that European ppl outdress the **** out of Americans as a general rule.

Yes there is a mustang club on base and like 3 or 4 of them are ppl I work with. 2 Coyotes, a V6 edge, my edge and a 2010 V6. Apparently they do cruises and there are on-base car shows. I do think I may be the only 10-down 4V car here tho... have not seen any Edge Cobras or GT500s or Terminators or anything...

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Sounds like it’s worth it to try a HU with the OEM system after all. I want a clean sound over super loud, so it’d be a waste of money . I always used to put low freq chokes on my door speakers back in the day to keep them from too much bass. That’s nice they have that built into the units now lol. I’ll try to remember the resistor too. I think I’ve read that before. Thanks
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Clean high quality is great. Same with exhausts. The loudest and most obnoxious stangs are often some of the slowest. Same with sound systems.

Got data on my phone finally today... well the new phone that took 10 days to get to Spain. And its GREAT. Dolby digital out I can already tell a huge difference in the basic bluetooth connection on the rental VW I have. Should be great mirrored to an android HU via a USBC cable. Easy on the stang. Run a USBC cable under the console to the armrest storage and drop phone in and done.
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Ok what about single DIN? The way my shifter is is going to make a Double DIN kinda useless now that I actually have the car here with me and am driving it again.

Good single DIN... thinking a Pioneer?
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i use to run pioneer year s ago but since been turned off , but truthfully any single din with BT and functions to adjust HPF. maybe higher voltage if youre planning on amplifying anything down the road.... but since you're using mach 460 for now its users choice really...

i have a jvc ive been really happy with for 2 project cars now , actually make that 3 my SHO had it in it too lol. Clean BT good bt functionality and lots of tinkering options

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The Kenwood DPX series. I have the Older model DPX500BT, Absolutely NO complaints. It works with my Android, Bluetooth, WIFI etc. The Newer models are even better.
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I actually just went with my old standby which is Pioneer.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Has all the stuff I want and is low profile. No CD player, I have not used an actual audio CD I think in 5 years? I have a Youtube Red/Google Play Music subscription for $10/mo plus the USB input for a low profile USB stick loaded with all my music if I don't want to stream. Not sure why ppl still use CDs honestly...
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Sounds Good, but didn't you say, you wanted a Double Din?
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Also, give me your Opinion on the Food there.
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I wanted a double DIN till I really sat in the car and looked... If there was a kit that mounted the HVAC in the cubby area and put the double DIN up top it'd be great.
I have seen a few custom jobs like this but I'm not up to that now... plus I use the cubby a lot being military and having to get my ID out all the time so I put my wallet there.

The new Pioneers have the ARC app anyway which basically links your phone to the headunit so I can get a mount for the phone and then that's my touchscreen.

Food... it really depends on what you like. If you like Mediterranean food, seafood and really good pork you'll love it. A lot and I mean a LOT of Americans hate it tho. I like it and if I want a really good burger or BBQ or nachos I'll just make them at home honestly.

Beer is garbage here, wine is REALLY GOOD. Liquor is REALLY GOOD.

I like it here well enough. Going to hold off final verdict till the summer tho when you can really enjoy being here.
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Thanks for that reply. Good Info to know. I do Appreciate Good food, remembering my days in the Military and visiting different Countries. I believe in my pics on here there is a pic of my Double Din unit. It does all that stuff also. Anyway, have Fun and Enjoy yourself.
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Thanks man. Thanks for your service too. Definitely enjoy this and enjoyed going all over the place when I was aircrew. I still miss Germany the most... I'll be TDY there probably enough times while I'm here but we are going to try to go there next and then see about possibly getting a job at Ramstein when I retire. Opportunities to make big $$$ there are pretty good...
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I actually just went with my old standby which is Pioneer.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Has all the stuff I want and is low profile. No CD player, I have not used an actual audio CD I think in 5 years? I have a Youtube Red/Google Play Music subscription for $10/mo plus the USB input for a low profile USB stick loaded with all my music if I don't want to stream. Not sure why ppl still use CDs honestly...

I’m gonna get on my laptop and take a closer look at this unit. This might be just right for me too. I can remember the last time I brought CD’s out to one of our cars to listen to either.

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Yeah that's where I usually get them but I don't need to this time since there is already an aftermarket radio in there. Just cut off the Clarion harness and wire in the Pioneer.

I also got the Panavise mount for 94-04 cars that screws into the HVAC mounting screws and puts a solid bracket directly by your right hand as it rests on the steering wheel. I did read on the reviews that the steering wheel can obscure the phone a little but that's fine, I'd rather have it within easy reach when I need it and it doesn't look like it'll be too bad. Will make it very easy to control the headunit with the Pioneer app.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

http://www.panavise.com/pdf_indash/75107-795.pdf

And then the Panavise AMP mount phone holder plus a braided black shorty USB C cable. I am sick of phones sliding all over and **** cable management.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I'm looking into the Dacia next for a mounting solution. Apparently Renault makes an OEM one that works on the Dacias but only some, need to find out of the mount is compatible.

Just need this stuff to hurry up and get here... I can only listen to so much AFN radio...
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Very nice! I like that setup a lot. I think I’ll pick one up for the Mach.


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There's only 2 brackets left for the 94-04 on Amazon... there were 3 before I bought one lol. I'm not sure if they are made anymore so if you are gonna do it I'd do it now.

Also might have to look into actually gutting and modifying the stereo in this thing in the near future. I'm not going to need to do any performance mods to this thing honestly, its already faster than 99% of the cars on the road around here even with the 3.27s and if I do anything there I'll be ordering a pumpkin already done with 4.10s and some 03/04 axles to swap to that setup.

But... that means I'm looking more at cosmetics and creature comforts than before which means stereo. The car itself makes a LOT of noise and is bumpy and obnoxious... that'll happen with a fully Poly/Delrin/Solid bushing IRS with no isolators and aftermarket stuff up front too. I kinda like how it sounds tbth but sometimes its grating and I want a good stereo to really drown it all out. The Mach speakers seem ok with this Clarion HU and I'll see how it all does with the Pioneer but I'm really having a mind to put the battery in the trunk, put a speaker/sub amp in the trunk, a 10" sub with the custom fit enclosure made for SN95s and some good speakers/tweeters with all new wiring run. Back speaker wiring is cake with the amp in the trunk. Front I'd have to run new speakers in the door but at least the Mach tweeter wires are normal. I'll have to price it all out once my pay finally stabilizes from moving.
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Lol well only 1 bracket left, hopefully that was you ab mach1... if not... 1 left...


Still waiting for this crap to get here but now thinking of doing the speakers too which means I should probably get a good speaker amp which means I should probably finally move the battery to the trunk so its right there by the amps which means I need to drop the tank so thinking about doing the Termi style upgrades while its down etc... lol... yeah... or not because working at this house in Spain is damn near impossible although there is a garage with lifts for rent and air and all the tools you want to use about 20 min away.


I just can't wait to be able to finally have a place to put my phone where I can see it where it isn't sliding all over the damn place because I've been really FLINGING this car around corners the more I get used to how it drives. IRS+FTBR rear+good tires+good roads=omfg.
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I just bought it a second ago, thanks. Damn near forgot about it lol.


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Bracket just arrived today. Does this look like the correct one? I’m asking because it’s different than the pic on amazon.

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Old 03-19-2018, 06:14 PM   #34
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The pic on Amazon is the generic one. Yes that's correct. You pull your HVAC out a little and then bolt the slotted part to the HVAC and put it back in. You now have an AMP mount for your phone. They have instructions on the Panavise website.


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Sweet! Now I need to buy the part the holds your phone.


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