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Old 07-17-2004, 11:23 AM   #1
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I am thinking about replacing the stock system that came with my 94 SSEi. The one I have now is Delco system with the CD player and the 7 slide equalizer. The system I am looking at is the Pioneer DEH-P47DH. This system is made for GM and Chrysler dashboards and are basically just a simple swap to put in without needing a face plate. I need to know what the power rating is on the stock system because the Pioneer is rated at 45Wx4 and I do not want to step down in power. Also, if anyone one out there has this system could you please let me know what you think of it. The only thing I regret about swapping the system is losing the equalizer on the stock Delco, but if I can compensate for that by an increase in power then I would go for it.
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the stock deck is probalby somewhere around 20x4 watts. Don't worry, the Pioneer will sound better by far. Also, the pioneer has a built in equalizers with many more things to customize than the stock radio by far once you figure out how to use them. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised.
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I had that deck in a previous car, or one of the ones like it. It'* nothing spectacular, you could spend the same money on a DIN sized pioneer and get much more features.

OEMs are more like 5 RMS.
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Any aftermarket will blow a stock delco out of the water. many more controls too.
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Does anyone know if I would need to get an adapter wire harness, or will the stock one work on the receiver?
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you will def need to get an adapter...$10 at walmart
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