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The decline and fall of the American automobile industry

Creator: Brock W. Yates | Business & Economics - 1983-03

Analyzes the reasons for the failures of the American auto industry to compete with foreign imports and to make use of modern technology and styling

Publisher: Empire Books : Distributed by Harper & Row

About this book
Analyzes the reasons for the failures of the American auto industry to compete with foreign imports and to make use of modern technology and styling



147 pages

Farewell to Matters of Principle, Philosophical Studies

Creator: Odo Marquard | 1989-12-28

A series of translated essays covering German philosophy, literary theory and modern intellectual history, by the person considered to be the heir to Gadamar, Habermas and Blumenberg.

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

About this book
This book is the latest addition to the Odeon series, a multidisciplinary series devoted to original works and translations by European writers in the areas of literature, criticism, philosophy, history and politics. An English translation of the German best-seller Abschied vom Prinzipiellen, the book offers a series of essays that present a philosophy of human morality critical of philosophical utopianism. Marquard, widely considered the heir of Gadamer, Habermas, and Blumenberg, describes his role as "skeptical philosopher" and discusses the 18th-century formation of such themes and disciplines as aesthetics, philosophical anthropology, philosophy of history, the nature of myth and attempts to account for it, and hermeneutics.



226 pages

The Virtual Embodied, Presence/Practice/Technology

Creator: John Wood | 1998-09-18

The Virtual Embodied is intended to inform and provoke.

Publisher: Psychology Press

About this book
The Virtual Embodied is intended to inform and provoke. It juxtaposes cutting-edge theories, polemics, and creative practices to uncover ethical, aesthetic and ecological implications of why, how and in particular where, human actions, observations and insights take place. It refuses simply to hold a euphoric view of technology yet equally resists the apocalyptic scorn which surrounds the new. The contributors use a range of interdisciplinary strategies to point to a re-worked aesthetic for embodying knowledge and explore such areas as colonialism and the internet, the virtual unconscious in electronic systems, theatre as a virtual space, 'information' and the capitalist society, ecstatic bodies and the rave scene, desire and the 'virtual comfort' zone. In The Virtual Embodied many of the authors, artists, performers and designers apply their interdisciplinary passions to questions of embodied knowledge and virtual space.


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  • Pioneer Mobile

    Pioneer CD-IU50 Usb IpodInterface Cable

    Network Media Player (Pioneer Mobile)

    Rating (28 reviews):
    (3.2/5)
    Pioneer Mobile

    iPod Cable that comes with iPod does same thing

    0 1/5 J. Degraaf "Amatuer Reviewer" (Northern Jersey) - See all my reviews, August 12, 2009

    Waste of money

    0 1/5 Shell Huber "Shell" (NYC) - See all my reviews, August 10, 2009

    not needed

    0 1/5 Debbie K. Ferriera - See all my reviews, June 8, 2009
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    Audio/video connection via mini-jack A/V input
    Plugs directly into USB terminal
    Compatible with Pioneer stereos with "uBus" USB control
    Enjoy direct control of your iPod or iPhone from the Pioneer head unit
    Two meter cable


  • KENWOOD-2 WAY RADIOS

    Kenwood KDC-252U In-Dash USB/CD Receiver

    Car Audio or Theater (KENWOOD-2 WAY RADIOS)

    Rating (143 reviews):
    (4.5/5)
    KENWOOD-2 WAY RADIOS

    Awesome and Easy To Install

    iPod Controls are nice. I would like it to be more like a dock so I can select my songs from the iPod it's self. Sound quality is really nice. It actually sounds better than the factory radio with the factory speakers. Sub woofer output sounds good. Well balance of sound with the sub woofers and the factory speakers. The screen is nice, because it will read out the details of the track/audio file that is being played. You can select songs from the radio its self. Tuner works nice. Over all, it was very easy to install. Be sure to buy the wiring harness, because it makes things a lot easier. Be sure to buy your din kit if you need one. Over all, replacing the factory radio, and buying the din kit and wiring harness cost me only $100.00 with free shipping. It probably took a good hour to install. Could take less, or more depending on your vehicle. Installed in a 1997 Dodge Stratus. I'm 17 and I figured it out. I strongly advise you to do research on how to install on your specific car... 5/5 Mike C. - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Kenwood KDC-252U In-Dash USB/CD Receiver (Electronics) iPod Controls are nice. I would like it to be more like a dock so I can select my songs from the iPod it's self. Sound quality is really nice. It actually sounds better than the factory radio with the factory speakers. Sub woofer output sounds good. Well balance of sound with the sub woofers and the factory speakers. The screen is nice, because it will read out the details of the track/audio file that is being played. You can select songs from the radio its self. Tuner works nice. Over all, it was very easy to install. Be sure to buy the wiring harness, because it makes things a lot easier. Be sure to buy your din kit if you need one. Over all, replacing the factory radio, and buying the din kit and wiring harness cost me only $100.00 with free shipping. It probably took a good hour to install. Could take less, or more depending on your vehicle. Installed in a 1997 Dodge Stratus. I'm 17 and I figured it out. I strongly advise you to do research on how to install on your specific car... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 30, 2012

    Great receiver

    0 5/5 tang "tang" (Lost in Nevada) - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Kenwood KDC-252U In-Dash USB/CD Receiver (Electronics) This is a great product. Everything I needed for my enclosed trailer.If you don't need bluetooth you can't go wrong for the price. ( I paid $68 for this unit ) 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 27, 2012

    Solid unit

    0 5/5 stallion - See all my reviews This review is from: Kenwood KDC-252U In-Dash USB/CD Receiver (Electronics) This unit is perfect for my needs. I had it professionally installed. The sound quality is superb. It looks really beautiful, too. It has a subwoofer crossover AND subwoofer level control as well as the ability to control Bass, Mids and Treble. Aux and USB work flawlessly. When using the USB, the track information is shown. I'm very pleased. My previous unit was a double din dvd player w/ bluetooth, but that was always a hassle and took so much room on the dash, so I went with a bluetooth earpiece and a sleek quality audio unit at a great price. If you feel that bluetooth is nothing but a distraction and want quality audio w/ usb, aux, subwoofer control and the ability to control lows, mids and highs (and you want something that looks elegant) for a low price, then you, like me, will love this unit. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 1, 2012
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    Kenwood Music Control For Andriod
    Pandora Control For IPhone
    CD/MP3/WMA
    USB/AUX Input


  • Sirius Satellite Radio

    SIRIUS Sportster 4 Satellite Radio Receiver with Car Kit

    Car Audio or Theater (Sirius Satellite Radio)

    Rating (54 reviews):
    (3.1/5)
    Sirius Satellite Radio

    Hit and Miss

    Long story short - Nice radio and programming with horrible FM modulation. Don't buy this unless you're going to wire it directly to your car's antenna or radio.I bought this device last October to listen to college football games during long road trips. It is my first introduction to satellite radio. I've got mixed feelings about the product.First of all, the unit was fairly easy to get working. I plugged the power and satellite antenna, turned it on, and selected an open FM station in the unit's setup menu. It's pre-tuned to a test station (national weather). I got a clear signal from the satellite just leaving the antenna resting on the dashboard. I activated it online after a couple of tries (didn't have the unit powered up the first attempt).However, the FM transmission from the unit to my car stereo was awful, borderline un-useable. Even after choosing a completely clear FM station, turning off the car, waving the unit around until I... 3/5 W. Houghland (Jacksonville, Florida USA) - See all my reviews, December 6, 2006

    What Sirius (and XM) don't want you to know.

    SPORTSTER 4 (SP4TK1) VS. SPORTSTER REPLAY (SPTK2)The main difference between the Sportster 4 (sp4tk1) and the Sportster Replay (sptk2) is the sp4tk1 is slimmer and sleeker and the vehicle dock/cradle has an auxiliary input for an MP3 player or other device to transmit over the FM transmitter to your car radio. A major change is the sp4tk1 is now FCC compliant and will not emit FM transmissions as powerfully as the sptk2. While you will no longer broadcast to nearby drivers tuned to the same FM frequency as you, you are almost guaranteed to have major interference on your radio. Thus, it is critical that you install an FM modulator relay switch with the sp4tk1, unless your radio has an auxiliary input and you do not plan on listening to AM or FM radio. The sp4tk1 car dock now wires directly to its back. Thus, it will not lay flat against a surface without some modification to your dashboard for a clean look. The sp4tk1 now operates on 5 volts versus 12 V for the sptk2. Thus, it... 4/5 Jingle Jangle - See all my reviews This review is from: SIRIUS Sportster 4 Satellite Radio Receiver with Car Kit (Electronics) SPORTSTER 4 (SP4TK1) VS. SPORTSTER REPLAY (SPTK2)The main difference between the Sportster 4 (sp4tk1) and the Sportster Replay (sptk2) is the sp4tk1 is slimmer and sleeker and the vehicle dock/cradle has an auxiliary input for an MP3 player or other device to transmit over the FM transmitter to your car radio. A major change is the sp4tk1 is now FCC compliant and will not emit FM transmissions as powerfully as the sptk2. While you will no longer broadcast to nearby drivers tuned to the same FM frequency as you, you are almost guaranteed to have major interference on your radio. Thus, it is critical that you install an FM modulator relay switch with the sp4tk1, unless your radio has an auxiliary input and you do not plan on listening to AM or FM radio. The sp4tk1 car dock now wires directly to its back. Thus, it will not lay flat against a surface without some modification to your dashboard for a clean look. The sp4tk1 now operates on 5 volts versus 12 V for the sptk2. Thus, it... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 13, 2006

    A disappointing unit

    Eager to get it, I finally ordered the new Sportster 4 online. It didn't take long for me to be profoundly disappointed in the unit.The problem is with the Sportster's FM converter: It's essentially worthless. I was unable to find a single frequency that wasn't subject to some sort of interference. Even the frequencies I use with the Starmate Replay were picking up static and/or bursts of music from elsewhere. In fact, at the lower end of the FM spectrum (the 88's and 89's) I got nothing. Zip. Nada. Even on the completely blank frequencies there was just nothing there. Finally around the 90.1 range you would be able to make out whichever channel you were trying to listen to. The upper frequencies were "listenable," provided you were willing to put up with the interference.I finally decided to hook up the old Starmate again and put the units through a head-to-head competition. I set both receivers to the same FM frequency and the Starmate consistently... 2/5 Lugosi (Northern Virginia) - See all my reviews This review is from: SIRIUS Sportster 4 Satellite Radio Receiver with Car Kit (Electronics) Eager to get it, I finally ordered the new Sportster 4 online. It didn't take long for me to be profoundly disappointed in the unit.The problem is with the Sportster's FM converter: It's essentially worthless. I was unable to find a single frequency that wasn't subject to some sort of interference. Even the frequencies I use with the Starmate Replay were picking up static and/or bursts of music from elsewhere. In fact, at the lower end of the FM spectrum (the 88's and 89's) I got nothing. Zip. Nada. Even on the completely blank frequencies there was just nothing there. Finally around the 90.1 range you would be able to make out whichever channel you were trying to listen to. The upper frequencies were "listenable," provided you were willing to put up with the interference.I finally decided to hook up the old Starmate again and put the units through a head-to-head competition. I set both receivers to the same FM frequency and the Starmate consistently... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 23, 2006
    List Price: $229.99
    Measures 4.5 x 2.9 x 0.6 inches (W x H x D); 1-year warranty
    Sports-specific, plug-and-play Sirius satellite radio receiver with bundled car kit
    Decodes digital-quality signals for more than 120 music, news, and sports channels
    Game Alert feature prompts you when favorite sports team is playing on Sirius
    Instant replay function lets you pause, rewind, and replay 44 minutes of live radio


  • Rockford Fosgate

    Rockford Fosgate Prime R1693 6 x 9-Inch Full-Range 3-Way Speakers (Pair)

    Car Audio or Theater (Rockford Fosgate)

    Rating (121 reviews):
    (4.3/5)
    Rockford Fosgate

    For those short on cash, but still care about how it sounds

    These are among the least expensive speakers I have purchased, and are a great bang for the buck. I currently have them installed in an FJ40 (no interior sound deadening materials whatsoever) in 6x9 boxes, connected to a Kicker 08ZX100.2 amp @ 50watts x 2. The sound quality is great for no sub. I do not like to advertise that I have aftermarket sound equipment in the vehicle, so I did not really want explosive, loud bass. These sound tight and sharp. I may add a subwoofer later , but at this time I am very happy with the rich vocals and clear highs these produce. Granted, they are not up there with Focal Audio, or even Kenwood Excelon's, but for $50-$70, you really get your money's worth out of them. I will post an updated review at a later time if the foam surrounds wear out sooner than expected. Normally, I only get butyl rubber surrounds, but at the price, I will not complain.Other speakers I currently have are:Kenwood KFC-1662s - cheap and easy to find. Stock... 5/5 M. Kaainoa "Kekailoa" (Honolulu, HI United States) - See all my reviews, January 13, 2010

    Tough as Nails and Good Sound

    I prefer paper woofers any time of the day. Paper woofers sound very natural and have a very nice mid range boom to them. Factory car speakers are ussually made out of paper, and they highlight mid range vocals very well. To those with less audio experience you won't notice the difference between paper woofers and mylar or poly woofer cones, but I can tell the different immedietely. I was worried about these speakers, since my dodge neon had paper cone speakers and paper tweeters that sounded amazing. However, the Dodge Neon speakers were paper and were ruined because of moisture. That is why paper doesn't work good for cone material with automotive use, since there is always moisture in a car.These Rockford Fosgate 6" x 9"s have a slightly mechanical sound, as do all of the plastic cone woofers. There is less mid range, tight bass, and very high highs. I do miss the mid range sound, but with a little adjusting on an EQ, you can get the sound back. The only mark against... 5/5 Charles Seiler (Spokane, WA USA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Rockford Fosgate Prime R1693 6 x 9-Inch Full-Range 3-Way Speakers (Pair) (Electronics) I prefer paper woofers any time of the day. Paper woofers sound very natural and have a very nice mid range boom to them. Factory car speakers are ussually made out of paper, and they highlight mid range vocals very well. To those with less audio experience you won't notice the difference between paper woofers and mylar or poly woofer cones, but I can tell the different immedietely. I was worried about these speakers, since my dodge neon had paper cone speakers and paper tweeters that sounded amazing. However, the Dodge Neon speakers were paper and were ruined because of moisture. That is why paper doesn't work good for cone material with automotive use, since there is always moisture in a car.These Rockford Fosgate 6" x 9"s have a slightly mechanical sound, as do all of the plastic cone woofers. There is less mid range, tight bass, and very high highs. I do miss the mid range sound, but with a little adjusting on an EQ, you can get the sound back. The only mark against... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 30, 2010

    great speakers

    0 5/5 Cheryl - See all my reviews, August 4, 2011
    List Price: $119.99
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    1/2-inch mylar balanced dome tweeter and 1.75-inch mylar midrange
    Mica-injected polypropylene cone with foam surround
    Built-in tweeter high-pass filter
    6-by-9-inch three-way speaker with 120 watts maximum power handling (60 watts RMS)
    48Hz - 22kHz frequency response with 89dB sensitivity


  • Epsilon Electronics Inc.

    Fahrenheit TID-893B In Dash Source Unit DVD Player Single DIN with 7 - Inch Touchscreen Flip Out Monitor with Bluetooth

    Car Audio or Theater (Epsilon Electronics Inc.)

    Rating (9 reviews):
    (4.4/5)
    Epsilon Electronics Inc.

    Very impressed!

    0 5/5 SB in 702 - See all my reviews This review is from: Fahrenheit TID-893B In Dash Source Unit DVD Player Single DIN with 7 - Inch Touchscreen Flip Out Monitor with Bluetooth (Electronics) I had never heard of this brand myself. It has great picture and sound for a product priced for the budget minded. The built in Bluetooth is a nice bonus. I stream Pandora via Bluetooth and make calls flawlessly. You do have to speak up a little as the mic is in the face of the unit. But I haven't had any complaints that people couldn't hear me.. (Except for my Dad that is getting fit for hearing aides currently) Touchscreen is responsive. My only real complaint, which isn't even a bother to me, is when you go into your phone book in the touchscreen it is not in any order. I have my galaxy s2 on a bracketron mount directly under the unit with driving mode on I touch the screen and say the name I want to talk to and am connected all while pausing the music. I plan on getting a second for my wife's car 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 8, 2012

    Surprisingly wonderful

    0 5/5 Ronald R. Pagoaga-montfort "RONII" (Washington DC) - See all my reviews, June 26, 2013

    Seems good

    Seller: delivered fast, unit in perfectly new condition sealed in box. no complaints at all.Item: It seems really good. I hope it's not too good to be true. Tentatively recommend as long as it keeps working properly, but for the money, you can't beat it.My car: 2004 Volvo V40Install: Professionally done, no amplifiers or subwoofers, just stock speakers and power/ground plugged into the unitPROS:-it cost so much less than anything else in its class and delivers the same performance, to this point anyway.-it has a good, accurate, responsive touchscreen, which has adequate but not exceptional resolution.-The AV-input works well.-Bluetooth works great. Was worried about the handsfree phone interface, but it runs flawlessly along side any sound input you're using, switching automatically to your phone call.-Clear, crisp audio playing through factory speakers.-I like... 5/5 Eliot Wasserman - See all my reviews, April 20, 2013
    List Price: $599.95
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    Mini-USB Port: Connect a 16gb flash drive or 16gb SD card for MP3 audio and MP4 video playback, or view & save photos with the JPG photo viewer.
    MP3 ID3 Tag Reading, Rear Camera Optional
    2V Pre-Amp Outputs for separate front, rear, subwoofer, and line-level RCA pre-amp outputs on the back of TID-830, all 2V max.
    Built-in Blue Tooth 2.0: Safely make and receive hands-free phone calls, scroll contacts lists, and stream MP3's via A2DP from your enabled Smartphone.
    High Definition Digital Display: With a screen resolution of480 x 234, your widescreen movies come to life in high definition quality you'd expect only from your home theater!


  • Philips Automotive Lighting

    Philips H11 CrystalVision Ultra Headlight Bulb, Pack of 2

    Automotive Parts and Accessories (Philips Automotive Lighting)

    Rating (580 reviews):
    (3.9/5)
    Philips Automotive Lighting

    Not yellow but white!

    0 5/5 J. Schodrof "Klunxis" (Good ole USA) - See all my reviews, February 6, 2012

    Best replacement bulb for OEM

    0 5/5 DJ Jesus - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Philips H11 CrystalVision Ultra Headlight Bulb, Pack of 2 (Automotive) I purchased these to replace my OEM H11 halogens on my 09 Subaru Forester. These lights are truly white and are a vast improvement over the OEM yellowish lights. I now see the whole road clearly and can also see further down the road. The lights have an even beam and have a slight hint of blue which does give it that HID look. After considering the HID conversion, I found that converting would also mean getting the correct HID projector in order for the HID bulb to reflect the light evenly and correct. Too much money to convert to HID the right way. This is the best option and it really enhances the look of the headlight. It's a great alternative if you don't want to spend too much money and still get a quality bulb. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 14, 2011

    lasted 35,000 miles

    0 5/5 Allen (San Francisco, CA) - See all my reviews, February 25, 2011
    List Price: $66.65
    Special Twin Pack
    Color Temperature of Up to 4,000 Kelvin
    Halogen Headlamps for the Look of HID Lighting
    Extreme Blue/White Light
    DOT Compliant


  • Alpine

    Alpine CDE-HD149BT CD Receiver with Bluetooth and HD Radio Built-in

    Car Audio or Theater (Alpine)

    Rating (22 reviews):
    (4.5/5)
    Alpine

    Great single DIN car stereo

    Has every input known to man.Sounds great! Alpine even topped their last line. 24-bit DAC's, 9 band parametric EQ, sound delays for particular speakers based on distance from the driver, etc.I did have a little difficulty getting Pandora to stream in Pandora mode with my Android phone, but I got the problem solved. Here's the playbook for anyone else having similar trouble..Alpine's tech support was great. They walked me through my issue in getting the Android HTC Evo 3D (Android v. 4.0.3) to pair via Bluetooth with my Alpine Alpine CDE-HD149BT head unit so I could use Pandora mode.I had read elsewhere that the Pandora via USB was meant only for iPhones.Androids will always stream Pandora to the head unit via Bluetooth, and NOT through USB.Alpine confirmed this was true.Alpine had me check to make sure I was using the latest version of the Pandora app for Android (which was 4.2).The crucial parts were the... 5/5 Adrenaline "John" (Huntington Beach, CA USA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Alpine CDE-HD149BT CD Receiver with Bluetooth and HD Radio Built-in (Electronics) Has every input known to man.Sounds great! Alpine even topped their last line. 24-bit DAC's, 9 band parametric EQ, sound delays for particular speakers based on distance from the driver, etc.I did have a little difficulty getting Pandora to stream in Pandora mode with my Android phone, but I got the problem solved. Here's the playbook for anyone else having similar trouble..Alpine's tech support was great. They walked me through my issue in getting the Android HTC Evo 3D (Android v. 4.0.3) to pair via Bluetooth with my Alpine Alpine CDE-HD149BT head unit so I could use Pandora mode.I had read elsewhere that the Pandora via USB was meant only for iPhones.Androids will always stream Pandora to the head unit via Bluetooth, and NOT through USB.Alpine confirmed this was true.Alpine had me check to make sure I was using the latest version of the Pandora app for Android (which was 4.2).The crucial parts were the... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 7, 2013

    Way better than Alpine 138BT (which itself isn't bad).

    I originally installed Alpine 138BT on my car. It also had Alpine 445U amplifier and four Alpine SPR60 speakers. Additionally, it had a subwoofer amplifier (Rockford).My car sounded great. So great, I couldn't turn the volume down. After one year, my stereo was fried.So I decided to purchase this to replace my Alpine 138BT. I didn't have high expectations. I thought they would sound the same. I was wrong. This sounds MUCH better.First, the dynamic range of sound is much wider. Second, the midrange sound is superior. Third, the level of audio adjustments are much greater. I could hear instruments with this unit that I couldn't hear with Alpine 138BT.Additionally, the display and HD Radio are superior to Alpine 138BT. The only thing I liked better on my 138BT was its USB cables were on the front plate. For this unit, the USB cables are in the back. So when you install it, you must punch a hole in your dash somewhere for your USB cable... 5/5 Jaewoo Kim "OB-Wan" (Santa Monica, CA) - See all my reviews, January 20, 2014

    Stellar Sound!!!

    Replaced my old Alpine CDA-9831 with this unit...I wanted something that I could control my iPhone from and take calls with and this thing is just the ticket. It has a lot of features I'll never use but the most important one, the sound, is top notch! I bought this over the other decks in the Alpine because of the huge 3-line display, might not be important to everyone but user experience is important to me and it was worth the additional cost!I have a budget system in my Toyota 4Runner (Alpine Type-S 6" Components up front, stock speakers in the rear and a Rockford Fosgate 10" Punch Sub, powered by a cheap mono amp) that I thought sounded decent with the old stereo but nothing to write home about. This new unit was a huge upgrade and made my modest system sound so much better - highs are brighter and lows are tighter and I no longer have to crank the volume to get a good sound. Looking forward to hearing it after I spend the time setting up the time... 5/5 iDodgimus - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Alpine CDE-HD149BT CD Receiver with Bluetooth and HD Radio Built-in (Electronics) Replaced my old Alpine CDA-9831 with this unit...I wanted something that I could control my iPhone from and take calls with and this thing is just the ticket. It has a lot of features I'll never use but the most important one, the sound, is top notch! I bought this over the other decks in the Alpine because of the huge 3-line display, might not be important to everyone but user experience is important to me and it was worth the additional cost!I have a budget system in my Toyota 4Runner (Alpine Type-S 6" Components up front, stock speakers in the rear and a Rockford Fosgate 10" Punch Sub, powered by a cheap mono amp) that I thought sounded decent with the old stereo but nothing to write home about. This new unit was a huge upgrade and made my modest system sound so much better - highs are brighter and lows are tighter and I no longer have to crank the volume to get a good sound. Looking forward to hearing it after I spend the time setting up the time... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 21, 2013
    List Price: $329.00
    TuneIt App for iPhone and adjust multiple settings from your smartphone
    CDE-HD149BT - Alpine In-Dash CD/MP3/USB Car Stereo Receiver with Bluetooth, HD Radio, SiriusXM and iPod / iPhone Control and Pandora Support
    Two-line white DOT text display with segmented LCD
    Parrot Bluetooth Technology allows hands-free calls and wireless music streaming
    Built-in HD Radio Tuner allows the reception of high quality HD Radio signals for clean and clear reception with no subscription fee or additional tuner purchase required


  • Alpine

    Alpine CDE-126BT - Radio / CD / MP3 player / digital player

    Car Audio or Theater (Alpine)

    Rating (6 reviews):
    (4.0/5)
    Alpine

    Works Great!

    After reading another review I felt the need to write a review on this great radio. The Alpine CDE-126BT replaced the stock radio in my 2003 (7.3L) F250 which had a broken CD player. I've been looking and reading reviews on and off since purchasing the truck used 2 years ago. Since I already had all my music converted to iTunes in Apple lossless I really wanted to be able to use my iPod 120gb classic in my truck. In the past there seemed to be mixed reviews with functionality using this and many iPod/iPhone/iWhatevers including a friend's older 80gb classic and older Alpine radio with built-in iPod support. His combination doesn't work very well but does somewhat work.After doing some reading again I ended up with this Alpine CDE-126BT. If you compare it to the CDE-125BT it's slightly more money but includes the iPod adapter which plugs into the rear of the radio. It also includes a few other additional functionality such as 4-channel pre-amp. I'd suggest... 5/5 Thomas A Zima - See all my reviews This review is from: Alpine CDE-126BT - Radio / CD / MP3 player / digital player (Electronics) After reading another review I felt the need to write a review on this great radio. The Alpine CDE-126BT replaced the stock radio in my 2003 (7.3L) F250 which had a broken CD player. I've been looking and reading reviews on and off since purchasing the truck used 2 years ago. Since I already had all my music converted to iTunes in Apple lossless I really wanted to be able to use my iPod 120gb classic in my truck. In the past there seemed to be mixed reviews with functionality using this and many iPod/iPhone/iWhatevers including a friend's older 80gb classic and older Alpine radio with built-in iPod support. His combination doesn't work very well but does somewhat work.After doing some reading again I ended up with this Alpine CDE-126BT. If you compare it to the CDE-125BT it's slightly more money but includes the iPod adapter which plugs into the rear of the radio. It also includes a few other additional functionality such as 4-channel pre-amp. I'd suggest... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 13, 2011

    I have buyer's remorse.....

    Maybe I had my expectations too high, but I expected more performance from this 2011 head unit than what I am seeing. I just installed this unit in a 2006 Jeep Wrangler last night and the install went pretty well. Overall, it sounds nice and blends into the dash well, but so does every one of their competitors units. I'll cut to the chase and list my complaints....1) My iPhone 3GS will ONLY work through their proprietary cable that plugs in through the back. It will NOT work through the front USB port. The front USB port wouldn't even charge the iPhone.2) My 120GB iPod will not function through either the USB port in the front or their cable that plugs in through the back.3) When the iPhone is playing through the unit, you can only use the head unit to access your music database. You can't just grab the phone and select the playlist that you want. Navigating the menu through their buttons is a royal pain.4) When you try to place a call through the... 2/5 Jeremy - See all my reviews This review is from: Alpine CDE-126BT - Radio / CD / MP3 player / digital player (Electronics) Maybe I had my expectations too high, but I expected more performance from this 2011 head unit than what I am seeing. I just installed this unit in a 2006 Jeep Wrangler last night and the install went pretty well. Overall, it sounds nice and blends into the dash well, but so does every one of their competitors units. I'll cut to the chase and list my complaints....1) My iPhone 3GS will ONLY work through their proprietary cable that plugs in through the back. It will NOT work through the front USB port. The front USB port wouldn't even charge the iPhone.2) My 120GB iPod will not function through either the USB port in the front or their cable that plugs in through the back.3) When the iPhone is playing through the unit, you can only use the head unit to access your music database. You can't just grab the phone and select the playlist that you want. Navigating the menu through their buttons is a royal pain.4) When you try to place a call through the... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 24, 2011

    Awesome head unit

    0 5/5 richard d. arganbright - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Alpine CDE-126BT - Radio / CD / MP3 player / digital player (Electronics) I have owned Alpine head units all my life. They are the best. They have changed the newer models and I don't like the change. Buttons are all diff. Can't change colors like on this model. Better grab one of these while you can. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 19, 2014
    List Price: $159.99
    Built-in Bluetooth
    Plays CDs, CD-Rs, and CD-RW discs, including discs loaded with MP3, WMA, And AAC files
    Built-in amplifier (18 watts RMS CEA-2006/50 peak x 4 channels)
    CD receiver with AM/FM tuner
    Switchable blue or red button illumination
    Detachable face


  • PowerBass USA, Inc.

    Powerbass S352 3.5-Inch Coxial OEM Speakers

    Car Audio or Theater (PowerBass USA, Inc.)

    Rating (3 reviews):
    (5.0/5)
    PowerBass USA, Inc.

    wow...sound better than my previous Boston Accoustics and fit my Chrysler 200 perfectly

    0 5/5 Sam Altomere - See all my reviews, March 19, 2014

    Just Plain Awesome

    0 5/5 Matthew Morrison - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Powerbass S352 3.5-Inch Coxial OEM Speakers (Electronics) PowerBass has done it again with it's great sound performance from these speakers I ordered to replace my factory ones in my car. These are much better, and I say, I'm a happy person. So, yes, I recommend these speakers if your looking for this size to put in your vehicle. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 9, 2013

    Great little speaker for the price!

    0 5/5 ponchonutty - See all my reviews This review is from: Powerbass S352 3.5-Inch Coxial OEM Speakers (Electronics) I bought these Power Bass 3.5" speakers as a replacement for my original ones in my 1980 Indy Pace Car Trans Am. It's stated these won't fit but with a little massaging, they fit just fine. My car even has AC which can make it a little tighter. Man was that a HUGE difference in sound quality. These little speakers are a great way to update the sound in a vehicle with out having to heavily modify anything.BTW, I run PowerBass in almost everything I own. Their subwoofers and Amplifiers can not be match dollar for dollar! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 23, 2012
    List Price: $49.99
    Price: $14.99
    You Save: $35.00 (70%)
    Venturi flared port tubes for exact tuning and zero port noise
    80Hz - 20Khz Frequency Response
    Paper cone woofer with DDC coating - Dynamic Damping Coating
    Aviation grade vinyl coated enclosure with two 12" woofers
    Bass Reflex design for increased efficiency at low frequencies
    Woofer features DDC treated cone
    90 Watts peak power handling 4-Ohm nominal impedance and 85db efficiency
    Mounting depth 1.625-Inch driver cutout is 3.125-Inch
    1,100 watts peak handling power 4-Ohm system impedance
    Includes speaker wire mounting hardware application guide PowerBass decal


  • Focal Mobile Electronics

    Focal Access 210 CA1 8-Inch Coaxial Speaker Kit

    Car Audio or Theater (Focal Mobile Electronics)

    Rating (2 reviews):
    (4.0/5)
    Focal Mobile Electronics

    They're alright

    I'll preface this by saying that these are not in my car, I built an enclosure for each according to their specs that focal has for them. They look pretty nice, motor structure is just okay. You get what you pay for, nothing outstanding. I'm comparing these to a pair of Audison AV K6's that I recently got, which are also in separate enclosures built to their specs (need to do some stuff with my car before they can be fitted into an enclosure. Honda sucks for after market stereo's. Enclosures are made for those cheapy little clip in things.) Now, those K6's are a $800 set of component speakers that I got for about half that price (hehe gotta love it). BUT ANYWAYS. I got these because I wanted to get a full spectrum of sound. 1.25 tweeter, 3 inch mid, 6.5 inch mid (audison), these 8" focals, then a sub for the low end. I think a big misconception that people have about speakers like this is that they say, well, they don't hit very low. Well no kidding they're not supposed to... 3/5 nallpeterson - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Focal Access 210 CA1 8-Inch Coaxial Speaker Kit (Electronics) I'll preface this by saying that these are not in my car, I built an enclosure for each according to their specs that focal has for them. They look pretty nice, motor structure is just okay. You get what you pay for, nothing outstanding. I'm comparing these to a pair of Audison AV K6's that I recently got, which are also in separate enclosures built to their specs (need to do some stuff with my car before they can be fitted into an enclosure. Honda sucks for after market stereo's. Enclosures are made for those cheapy little clip in things.) Now, those K6's are a $800 set of component speakers that I got for about half that price (hehe gotta love it). BUT ANYWAYS. I got these because I wanted to get a full spectrum of sound. 1.25 tweeter, 3 inch mid, 6.5 inch mid (audison), these 8" focals, then a sub for the low end. I think a big misconception that people have about speakers like this is that they say, well, they don't hit very low. Well no kidding they're not supposed to... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 17, 2013

    They are speakers

    0 5/5 muzette7 - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Focal Access 210 CA1 8-Inch Coaxial Speaker Kit (Electronics) Well, I don't know much about speakers, I just know my husband waited until I was drunk, and then asked me to buy them for him, what a jerk right? Anyways, they came to the house super quick, and he seemed really happy. He put them in his motorcycle. Honestly, I think having a sound system on a bike is stupid in the first place, but what the heck, it keeps him happy. It also keeps him outside, as opposed to inside, where he bothers me. I do find it annoying when he comes home in the middle of the night blasting the freaking radio in the driveway and singing even louder, but I guess to much Blackhouse can make anyone do that. All in all, he said he would buy them again, with my money I am sure, but he does really like them. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 9, 2013
    List Price: $279.00
    Price: $129.98
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    Aluminum inverted dome tweeters for wide soundstage and accurate image
    Woofers feature woven glass fiber cone and butyl rubber surround
    160 Watts maximum power handling with 4-ohm impedance
    8-inch coaxial speaker kit with built-in crossover
    Adjustable tweeter position for ideal soundstaging



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