There's a lot of good inexpensive Alpine and Pioneer units
WTF? Time for a divorce duude.JST said:This is sort of off-topic, since it's not for a BMW, but I figure the advice is probably the same.
The tape deck on my wife's Sentra has crapped out, and while for me that's enough reason to replace the Sentra with another M3, she has this crazy idea that we should just get a new stereo.
So I'm looking for a decent quality (i.e., not Koss), inexpensive (i.e., in the 150-200 range) CD/receiver. Since I've no plans to upgrade the stock speakers, killer sound quality is a waste. The main priority is that it play CD-Rs, have decent features, and be easy to use. My initial research has led me to the Sony 550LX; any thoughts/alternatives?
I challenge the veracity of your last sentence...TD said:I don't know what life is like around YOUR house, and I would certainly not try this, but...
You know how they say it's easier to ask for forgiveness than it is permission. Go trade the Sentra in on an M3/4 and worry about her wrath later. I mean, she can't stay angry forever, right?
As I said, I wouldn't try it.JST said:
I challenge the veracity of your last sentence...