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mga sirs, I'm wondering if what is the best source for a head unit (Pioneer DEH 4250) in terms of music quality output. my choices are:
1. Flash disk (USB)
2. iPod (USB + you can control it in the HU itself)
3. iPod (AUX)
4. Android phone (AUX)
Flash disk and iPod via USB (Line-Out)
Guys pwede ba mag palagay ng USB slot or AUX out without changing the HU sa Bimmer?
You can purchase those iPod car kits but they costs several thousands din much like buying an entry Pioneer head unit. I think the most cost efficient way is to still burn your songs on a CD if you're without a iPod support/Aux in HU.
An iPod isn't an assurance of good quality. Sound quality can only sound as good as its source. Most burned mp3 files range from 128-320kbps. 128kbps is crap.. if you listen to downloaded OPM music coming from Limewire or the net, ito na yun. 320kbps, on the otherhand, is perfectly acceptable na. Pure uncompressed WAV files are still the best (1411kbps) and where can you find these? Rip a genuine CD or download those FLAC/loseless audio albums. Take note that a single song may be somewhere 35mb upwards versus a 5mb mp3 file size.
I'm going to purchase a JBL GT5-650c seps as an upgrade from my old Pioneer coaxial fronts. Just wanna know if they are better than a/d/s, Lightning Lab or Ryan Audio seps (in their own price range and category). Price range is P3,000-below.
may kilala ba kayo sa C3 Audio in banawe? okay ba dun?
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