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I'm looking to buy a new head unit that leans more toward sound quality rather than bells and whistles. I don't need Bluetooth, IPod, USB, etc. I'll be using seperate amps and I've got a $500 budget. Anyone have any suggestions?
Thanks, Sam

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check ebay to see if you can find a Pioneer 800 or 880prs well worth it, and pico fuse problem is a simple fix if that's the case.

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Most anything Alpine.  They have a good principle - if you buy ANYTHING they make that doesn't have powered outputs, it has top notch sound every time. 

   If you're just playing burns and no mp3 (which would be an audiophile's preference), any alpine as far back as the beginning is a good place to start. 

 

   If mp3 is needed the cda I think was the first of them to offer mp3 playback.  

I just like the feel of the controls and the durability as well.

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