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Old 04-06-2005, 11:40 PM   #1
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Panasonic head units

are panasonic head units any good?or are they crap. i've read on other websites that they aren't that great, because i just bought a cq903u head unit from one of my friends, and i was wondering if it was worth the money. thanks
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Old 04-07-2005, 12:29 AM   #2
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I have a CQ-DF200U and I love it, granted IF I had money I'd have a different one. But this one was built in 1998, and there are no problems with it yet but I know she's gonna give up soon.

http://www.carreview.com/CD,Receiver...7_2861crx.aspx

Morons haven't found out how to hook subs up to it, hell I've been poundin away on her for over a year now!

But once this one is gone, I'm stickin with Panasonic. I want the CQ-C9901U, I haven't heard anything negative on it but if there is someone speak up.

http://www.cardomain.com/item/PANCQC9901U

Edit: Shit, I don't know if the 9901 is the right one...what's the one that came out and they said it was a digital amplifer that was 60 watts rms by 4, and 70 watts max by four. Did they change that rating because I thought this was the right cd player.
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Old 04-07-2005, 01:31 AM   #3
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Re: Panasonic head units

i never owned one, but my friend has one, and he has nothign but good things to say
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Yeah Panasonic seems to be pretty awesome in quality in every product they have.
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Re: Panasonic head units

I love mine. Its not quite as jammed packed with features like alpine and eclipse HU's, but definately a nice product.
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I have one, and I love it....

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Re: Panasonic head units

I have one too, one of the mid level models (I can't remember the number while I'm typing, look below). It's really quite good, and I love having like 140+ songs on 1 CD randomly going. It's got pre-outs for front, rear and sub, as well as Aux-in and CD-in for an under seat CD changer. I try to use the motorized sled as little as possible, because I know that's gonna be the first thing to die, but I only change CD's like once a week, so I should be good for a while.


Stupid flash shows dust that's like not even there, I swear.

It has 3 brightness levels for the screen, which is nice for night time driving.
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