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Ive been looking at a Panasonic CQ-DVR909U www.crutchfield.com/cgi-bin/S-F4omxlTI0vY/ProdView.asp?s=0&c=3&g=69300&I=133DVR909&o=p&a=0
reciever and I dont know alot about the newer systems. I would like to listen to my DD 5.1 audio cds in the car and I dont really want to spend a fortune on the system. Would I have to have a screen to get the audio cds to work, and also my system is stock right now and its going in the '03 tib without the infinity SS. Has anyone used or know if this reciever is good? I dont really want to spend 5G's on my system with the screen and last time I had a 4G system someone stole the thing. I really hate this Clarion DX515 deck in the car now and sucks without a sub output on the deck. Any help or suggestions on which route to take would be greatful


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Look at my Link I have that exact deck and love it only I paid 1,300 for mine I have the matching screen you DO NOT need the screen the deck will work fine without it I absolutley Love mine it amazes people at shows and they Love the fold out Schwinng sound the little speaker makes...some people say my system sounds better then there 10,000 dollar home system...I know CF has them cheap but I was told they were sold out they were that cheap so they could get the few they had left sold...but there is one left in my town I can give you there number they want 6 for it I really suggest you get that deck DVD Audio is awsome and so is having true 5.1 in your car...let me knwo if you have anymore questions


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Hely I'd like to know how to get that system U have. What features does it have? How much?
I take it that monitor does not fold out?

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yes the monitor is fully motorized its not ghetto like the small @$$ eclipse one (5inches) it comes out then you have to push it up my friend swears his eclpise is better then mine I just love seeing him push it up it looks so ghetto but it is a 7 inch widescreen fullly motorized you cant find anyone saleing that screen for less then 1400 unless you got a conection...monitor cost more then the recievr...I love it...it never washes out it has 5 tilt options for your convenice you can also angle it towards the driver or passenger it can come out far or near the dash mine is set for far because of all are controlls like the heater and stuff it also has a button you hit so it will tilt down so you can turn the AC on then hit it again it swings right back in place prob my favorite thing in the car I love it...as for the TVs in the seats there just Mobile tvs you cna pick those up and have them installed for like 300 a piece not bad but they are pretty good let me know if you got anymore questions<img src=/images/forums/snitz/thumbup.gif width=25 height=18 border=0>


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ohh yeah wjen I said reciver I was talking about the DVD audio player the screen itself also comes with a reciver and AMfm conveter didnt want to through you off with that here are the features from Panasonic.com
7 inch (diagonal) 16:9 wide screen color monitor
High definition 336,960 pixels LCD panel
Motorized open/close, flip up/down, and front/rear positioning
Selectable 5 tilt angles and 2 horizontal positions with memory
Manually adjustable left/right swivel angle
One-touch tilt for easy access to air conditioner, etc.
TFT active matrix LCD drive
U-shaped cold cathode fluorescent backlight and anti-glare coating
Selectable display modes: NORMAL, FULL, ZOOM, JUST
Automatic dimmer or 4-step manual dimmer (Note: Position “REAR” and tilt angle “5” cannot be selected at the same time.) <img src=/images/forums/snitz/thumbup.gif width=25 height=18 border=0>


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here is the dvd audio functions
The first car audio receiver with DVD-Audio
Also plays DVD-Video movie discs for rear seat passengers
Built-in Dolby Digital decoder for exciting multi-channel movie surround sound
Remarkably compact 1 DIN size
Advanced Panasonic LSI chip combines key audio and video circuitry in one chip
DVD-Audio, MPEG2 video and Dolby Digital decoder
Decodes ultra fidelity DVD-Audio signals with about 1000 times the resolution of a CD signal
Effortlessly handles 96kHz/24 bit audio tracks of DVD Video discs
Utilizes the world' s smallest DVD/CD compatible pickup
Dual focus lens reads DVD's, CD's and video CD's
MSRP $1999.99

Removable Full Front MOS-FET 45W x 4 + 5W High Power DVD-Audio/Video Player/Receiver with Changer Control


Reads both high capacity dual-layer DVD''s and single layer DVD's
Advanced suspension system absorbs both horizontal and vertical shocks
Anti-shock memory adds further protection against CD/DVD skipping
High-power 45W x 4 power amplifier
5W center speaker amp built in
Surround sound reproduction can be optimized for most vechicles
Parameters include Speaker Management, Output Balance, Delay Time, Dynamic Range Compression and Down Mix
Enjoy radio, CD and DVD from one component
18 FM and 6AM presents
With optional CD changer, front seat passengers can enjoy CD music (or other source connected to the AUX input) while rear seat passengers can lisen to a DVD soundtrack while viewing a DVD movie.
Headphones (with pre-in adaptor/not included) can be used by rear seat passengers
During daytime buttons and panel show metallic coating, with half-mirror effect for display
At night, appearance changes completely, surrounding panel glows blue
One touch slides the motorized front panel down for access to the disc slot
Three-stage tilt function (15, 25 or 35 degrees) for optimum display visibility
Integrated center speaker angle is adjusted accordingly
Wireless remote control unit included
Rear seat passengers can easily control DVD-Video, DVD-Audio, Radio, CD and CD Changer operations






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I would also recomend this one from panasonic but I am too in love with the 5.1 Channel speaker and the DVD adio music to get it but if you just want a regular dvd player and a nice screen go with this one

CY-VMD9000U
MSRP $1999.99

In-Dash 7” (Diagonal) Wide Color LCD Monitor/DVD Video Player


7 inch (diagonal) 16:9 wide screen color monitor
High definition 336, 960 pixels LCD panel
Motorized open/close, flip up/down, front/rear positioning and left/right swivel
Selectable 5 tilt angles and 2 horizontal positions with memory
Manually adjustable left/right swivel angle
One-touch tilt for easy access to air conditioner, etc.
TFT active matrix LCD drive
L-shaped cold cathode fluorescent backlight and anti-glare coating
Selectable Display Modes: NORMAL, FULL, ZOOM, JUST
Automatic dimmer or 4-step manual dimmer(Note: Position “REAR” and tilt angle “5” cannot be selected at the same time.)




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WOW.... lost of info. Good!
Lots of $$$... I need to win the lotto or get adopted by Bill Gates.<img src=/images/forums/snitz/laugh.gif width=15 height=31 border=0>


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veilsidetib...where did you get the tv's in the headrest..and do they have like a panel on them to switch brightness and stuff?..and are those your stock headrest.they look kinda big<img src=/images/forums/snitz/smile.gif width=15 height=15 border=0>


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RiTibby they are the stock headrest I got the screens in Dallas at a shop that is now called drop zone they do have a brightness control<img src=/images/forums/snitz/thumbup.gif width=25 height=18 border=0> sorry for the late response you can always email me


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