Alpine's are.Can anyone recommend a good head unit that is compatible with an android phone? I'd like to be able to read what song is on via bluetooth.
And if you ask about which head unit to buy you will get a wide variety to choose fromGuess the hard part is finding a HU that I want.
Okay.And if you ask about which head unit to buy you will get a wide variety to choose from
I had a Kenwood KMR-D558BT (a marine unit, unfortunately discontinued) installed on my E-Glide last year and it was super easy to pair and work with the phone and pandora. I also had a biketronics kit installed with it so that i could use the hand controls. I liked that I could change the screen color (some of the colors weren't really visible while riding). Using pandora on shuffle didnt kind of sucked because it would show the titles. another negative was the internal clock never stayed set.Okay.
I'm interested in just BT mostly. But, all the head units I've looked at seem way to basic.
With that said, I think the Alpines are overpriced but definitely are reliable from when I had them installed in my vehicles. But I am interested in the Kenwood KDC-BT762HD if anyone has that and can provide me pro's and con's.
Pioneer deh6600bt. I think the have a 6700 out now too.What model is it?
Does that have a drive for a SD Memory chip ?Pioneer deh6600bt. I think the have a 6700 out now too.
No but it has the usb port on the front which will take those mini usb flash drivesDoes that have a drive for a SD Memory chip ?
I used the V twin kit. A bit pricey but we'll worth it.Thank you looks good. What kit did you use for your radio?
I used the vtwin audio kit with their splash shield. Their customer service is fantastic when I called them to ask a few questions. It's a pretty basic kit but it's great. The only problem I had with it was because of the Pioneer and not actually the vtwin kit. The radio did not have an accessible place to secure the back of it to the vtwin kit for stability. I had to improvise. The radio I used has heat sinks the would not allow it to be secured using the vtwin hardware.Thank you looks good. What kit did you use for your radio?