Good Stereo Upgrade if you have a MMCS

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  1. __ET__

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    For those of you who have MMCS units and want to keep them but also want to upgrade your stereo this unit is what we want. I have seen them on ebay from US$175 + postage. Or $500 plus in the shops

    Rockford Fosgate 3SIXTY.1 or 3SIXTY.2.
    3SIXTY.1 look good value as it's nealy the same but does not have as many fancy adjustmentsas the more expensive 3SIXTY.2.
    Just plug the standard speaker wires into it from the factory unit.

    http://www.rockfordfosgate.com/products/product_categories.asp?cat_id=1

    http://www.rockfordfosgate.com/prod...ly_id=50&item_id=106185&locale=en_US&p_status=

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    a lot of amps also accept high power inputs (speaker wires), so you can save a bit of money that way. :)
     
  3. VR4_Psych

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    It really is a very nice product if you intend to keep the factory cd player/mmcs. If not, most decent cd players have more than enough features to make it redundant.

    Leigh
     
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    Yep thats the main as we can't get a normal aftermarket cd player if we keep the MMCS.
     
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    what advantage to buy this product? can replace mmcs stock cd changer with aftermarket mp3 changer?
     
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    This product is specifically for KEEPING your MMCS unit and changer.. if you want to change the CD changer you will need to get a complete new head unit, in which case you won't need this.

    You can get line level convertors pretty cheap anyway.. I bought a 3sixty.2 second hand and it was broken :( The bluetooth unit fried (which is the only way to configure it) which seems like a common fault so I'd be wary of them second hand now.
     
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    Okay next question is can you explain how this product able to work on our mmcs and enable us to replace the mmcs cd changer to mp3 changer? what mp3 changer should we use? if this product really work on mmcs and i will buy it asap. plz respond.
     
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    Just get an iPod and feed into the VTR audio input via the TV tuner. Run a long cable up to the dash and you are all done.
     
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    I knew it dylan, its better to replace the whole system and use aftermarket double din dvd than IPOD :D. i just want to explore the possibility to enhance the MMCS functionality :D. Okay any other advice? possible to make the TV take the pal signal?
     

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