|After finally giving up on my Sony head unit and "marine" remote I have decided to replace it with something that actually works for more than 5 minutes. |
Currently I have 2 sets of RCA outs and a sub out and would like to keep it the same or figure out a way to get the same out.
What reccommendations do people have for a head unit and marine hard wired remote?
I am thinking about a Clarion M455 with the CMRC1SB remote but it doesn't have a sub out?
|I just installed a Fozgate head unit in my Supra. It has a hard wired controller available I also installed that you can mount anywhere. Two sets of preamps and a sub preamp, 40 watts per channel, detachable face. It is pretty nice. Of course Kenwood is really hot right now, that is what Pirates Cove Marine where I live installs. |
|bump... Thanks Kevin, any other options anyone?|
|you could go with an Eclipse. They have some great radio's, high output preamps, couple different options depending on price range, built in security as well. |
|By Bob (bob) on Wednesday, March 15, 2006 - 1:21 pm:
|Phimple which marine remote do you have and what was wrong with it? I am wanting to add another one possibly to the transom. Which head unit do you have? Ive had 2 sony decks, first one came with boat new. It was working when it came out at around 625 hours to put the mp3 deck in that has a aux input for mp3 player.|
|The remote is the RM-XM10 and the headunit is a CDX-R5810 ( not sure if you can get them in the US?) |
The head unit worked fine till I plugged the remote in and then after going out a couple of times neither the head unit or the remote seem to function. If I unplug the remote the head unit still doesn't work. Its just like none of the buttons work anymore on either the remote or the head unit... I have tried unplugging the both and checking for water etc in the connectors, The head unit goes, just the buttons don't work. Rather frustrating...
|Maybe I should get a Sony CDXR30M and see if that solves the problem. Otherwise I need to get a new headunit and remote... |
Oh what to do?