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    What's the best radio available for me?

    Needing to replace my best buy generic, crappy, old CD player in my 3000GT. I'm big time noob on this, so I turn to the audiophiles out there.

    I only have a few requirements.

    USB plug, auxilary jack, HD compatible and under $200.

    Brands don't matter. Suggestions?

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    Well, if you're just running off of the headunit amp it's not going to sound great regardless but JVC and Pioneer have some HD-Built in models. I loved my JVC HD headunit when I had it.
    http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_...WX-GT77UI.html
    If it's double din this one is great, HD-Ready with USB / AUX.
    Single Din -
    http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_...H-P5200HD.html
    http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_...+KD-AHD69.html

    There are some others from Dual but the quality isn't too great with those.
    Bye!

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    I'll be putting in an AMP sometime this summer.

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    Sony and JVC have great HD Radio chip sets in them. HD Radio is very touchy you need a strong FM signal to decode the Digital stream that the HD is in.

    Right now most stations broadcasting HD only broadcast at 1% of their analog power. So a 50,000 watt stations would only be operating the digital stream at 500 watts.

    I personally like the build quality on JVC radios vs Sony. Just a personal preference though.

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