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Old 09-12-2003, 02:41 PM   #11
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din is like a aftermarket cd player...i dont remember the rest of htem
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well what i really meant is will it fit physically...yknow single DIN... double DIN....etc...
both are i can tell you the one from the GA will be 1.5 DIN, but i still don't know what DIN means
DIN = German Institut for standardization
= deutsches institut fur normung

it means "Standard Size" in german i beleive. i dont know why they would use a german abreviation, but form what i understand thats where it comes from.
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why waste your money on a stock radio? when you can get a aftermmarket that probbaly puts out more power and goodies like crossovers and stuff
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DIN is just a measurement to see if a specific deck will fit nothing more
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isnt din like regular, our cars have 1.5 din, and i know my budies car has 2 din, isnt it like a measurement? 1 din == ~2in?
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Yes single din is the most common size as far as the other sizes go im not sure how they do it i just got an adapter and put a single din in my bonnie, so...
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