I am looking for a GM-fit CD/Radio for my Fiero and saw this on eBay (auction has ended but I think the company is still selling this Radio for the same price): http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=324175416 . I was wondering if this is a good deal. Or do you have any other suggestions for a good CD/Radio?
Cliff Pennock Administrator
Posts: 10933 From: Haarlem, The Netherlands Registered: Jan 99
I'm not that into radios but I just picked up 2 Jensen CM715K s CD/Cassette Stereo (GM sized)receivers for $225 ea. The store said they were being discontinued but all the catalogs I've seen call this model new for 2000. Before any one asks 1 is in my car and the other is in my son's. Jobber price is $285. I know that doesn't help you but I found that not much is available in the GM(1 1/2 DIN I think) size.
GT Bastard Member
Posts: 2243 From: Rapid City, SD Registered: Sep 1999
Yea, breaker one-nine, Cliff! Didn't know there was a big demand for CB radios in Europe, good buddy. The U.S. went through a craze like that in about the mid-70's. It was a lot of fun--for about 3 months. Oh, wait, did you say cD???? I'm so embarrassed. Never mind.
Posts: 38922 From: Carrollton GA. Out in the... country. Registered: Oct 1999
aatechnologies is a good one. Also try Crutchfield ( www.crutchfield.com ). They seem to have about the best prices I've been able to find. I'll probably buy something from there whenever I can afford it (next summer?).
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May 16th, 2000
Posts: 84 From: san francisco, CA, USA Registered: Jun 99
get yourself a Pontiac CD player like a 99 or 2000 model. They sound pretty good, have 18 presets, and a 7 band equalizer.
got a refurb model and haven't had a problem with it. Also its very easy to install with the harness/antenna adaptor and as a bonus, (important to me) the lighting is the same red as the rest of the fiero, otherwise you'll get green lighting which will look wierd.