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Old 06-28-2018, 01:03 AM   #1
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I have a 91 hardbody with 94 dash swap. Who has double din audio players installed? Brand/type of stereo also, what dash kit did you use. Links preferred. Thanks!
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Old 06-28-2018, 06:19 AM   #2
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I modified the square dash to accept a DDIN, and I have a JVC KW-V830BT installed. It is fantastic! Ever since JVC and Kenwood became the same company, they have been cranking out top quality radios. I highly recommend anything from either company.
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Old 06-28-2018, 06:22 AM   #3
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Some photos. And yes, that is a Super Nintendo Classic. I can play SNES in my truck. Because why wouldn't I??? Lol!
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No dash kit is required to install a 2din. It bolts in with minimal gaps.


I prefer 2dins with a volume knob. I have an old Pioneer Avic-D3 that's been passed around between friends and has been installed in five cars. Thinking to swap the Kenwood Excelon from another car and upgrading, but the Pio is working fine for me now and would be worth nearly nothing if I were to sell it. Has some sentimental value too. Only real issue is that the GUI is clunky and locating a particular song in a full iPod takes work. Other consideration was one of those Android-based 2dins. They're inexpensive and loaded with features.


Oh yeah, just remembered that the old 2007 deck doesn't have Bluetooth. That really sucks.




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