stereo install wrapped up

Discussion in 'Camping & Outdoor Gear' started by dmc, Jun 30, 2005.

  1. dmc

    dmc

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    Not really sure if stereo equipment is considered 'outfitting' but now I can take all my music with me in the palm of my hand. Far easier than lugging 300cds around.
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    fo' shizzle!

    (nice!)
     
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    That looks pretty sweet. I went with the Alpine hook up for my iPod but that is a nice install and looks good. :cheers: :cheers:
     
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    dogg -- i'm inspired --

    -- here's my setup -- !!

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  5. polarweasel

    polarweasel Where's mah cruzah?

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    Wow. That'd be so slick in my 60. Do I really want to know what a setup like that costs? I've got an iPod, but I just run it through a tape adapter into an old Pioneer tape deck. It works, but it's not fancy like yours!

    ...I do, however, have the best warning label ever on my dashboard. :D
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  6. dmc

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    I love the sticker. I know what I am stealing on my next flight. I have a friend that owns an install business so I got the hardware at cost. I'm into it less than $900 dollars + the IPOD cost. However both Pioneer and Alpine make standard (non dvd/touch screen) decks that can control your ipod with direct audio. I would recommend looking into it.
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  7. polarweasel

    polarweasel Where's mah cruzah?

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    Thanks for the tip, Dave. I might just have to look at the iPod options again. 'Course, that'd mean I might have to actually start locking my Cruiser. ;)

    And yeah, I stole that sticker years ago, back when you could have a knife on the plane. Made peeling it off the table a lot easier. I'm sure fingernails would work too, though. :D
     
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    hijack.....nice label here's one I put on my fan shroud

    maybe its just me but it looks tough to read...

    "danger this fan will cut, slice, dice, mutilate and shred. Keep body parts and tools away from spinning blades. have a nice day"

    I like the flot. label better thou...
     
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    shazaam, as we say it around here.
     
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