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    Question Which head unit????

    I have around £200 and am thinking of getting a new head unit for my astra G. Any suggestions as to what to get.......would be cool if it linked up with the steering wheel controls too.

    Currently have an old Kenwood Mask CD player which is still pretty cool but jumps when I hit bumps hard!

    Speakers etc etc are all standard....give me your suggestions
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    Alpine all the way.

    Only problem with Alpine is the steering wheel control bits are a bit expensive at about £80 for the bits.

    I'm still using a cheap and nasty Kenwood, but it does have the wheel controls. It's pretty dismal, but I don't generally have the stereo on when I'm driving as the car is damned noisy.
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    What about one with a screen? How much would we be talking?
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    For that price range, there is only one option, http://www.caraudiodirect.co.uk/prod...4474745efc0cea - the Daddy.

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