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Old 02-13-2004, 09:27 AM   #1
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Finally, someone posted a pic of what my stereo loos like at night



It'* a cheapy, but it fits the whole red dash theme...
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nice gots to match
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I agree, Nice and got to match the red light theme.
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Looks good.
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John, you just like the glowing look and buttons!
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its ok to match the red light theme but I sware mines pink an as long as it provides you with what you want out of it I dont see why price matters
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My lights are red.... Looks GREAT At night.
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For me its important to keep the same lighting theme, blue and orange clash and would distract me.
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Then there'* my decks VU slider/meter which goes from red to blue... BEAUTIFUL!!!!
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John, you just like the glowing look and buttons!

Mmmmmmmmm, buuuuutttttoooonnnnnnnnnnssssss......
You know me too well.

And the sound on that cheapy may not win any awards, but it gets me by (I'm old. I don't particularly like enough base to loosen my fillings) and it can be heard outside the car when I want. The only thing that ticks me off about it, is that the you have to push a button to see the clock for a few seconds. Can't make it the default display.

For those in the Market, though, Dual actually makes some nice budget systems, and they all seem to be red.... http://www.dualav.com/XDM6800.htm
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