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hardballer7 05-04-2008 08:18 AM

OEM integration
 
I've got a vehicle that has factory navigation and steering wheel controls and I want to add aftermarket audio equipment without losing them....i've been looking at Alpine Imprint, JL Audio Cleansweep, Fosgate's 3sixty, and a bunch of Audiocontrol stuff. anybody have any experience with any of these OEM integration products? If so, gimme some feedback on those you liked and disliked based on quality, sound, price, installation, blah blah blah....thanx

johnecon2001 05-04-2008 10:46 AM

What vehicle? Some Eclipse head units come ready for steering wheel controls. And even if they didn't, PAC makes all sorts of fun interfaces to make your new audio equipment function like it came from the factory with your car.

hardballer7 05-04-2008 11:09 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by johnecon2001 (Post 631473)
What vehicle? Some Eclipse head units come ready for steering wheel controls. And even if they didn't, PAC makes all sorts of fun interfaces to make your new audio equipment function like it came from the factory with your car.

'06 dodge magnum r/t

johnecon2001 05-04-2008 06:14 PM

What deck are you looking at adding?

hardballer7 05-08-2008 03:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by johnecon2001 (Post 631773)
What deck are you looking at adding?

None...I want to keep the factory look but be able to add aftermarket an sound system. that's why i asked about the products in the opening of this thread

johnecon2001 05-08-2008 04:15 PM

Then why worry? You're not replacing the source unit which is where all of your control lies.

The audiocontrol stuff is always a solid option based off of price/performance. The JL is pricey, and you can get other items that do the same thing for less.
The functions that the RF 360.2 and .1 perform are really nice for the dough. I'd lean more towards that route.
I have yet to use the Imprint.


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