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Re: Recommendation for single DIN touchscreen head unit
« Reply #15 on: April 08, 2014, 09:47:43 AM »

Pete always has the answers. I'll reach out to him.
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Re: Recommendation for single DIN touchscreen head unit
« Reply #16 on: August 24, 2019, 05:47:02 AM »

Anyone own the Pioneer AVH-3400NEX single DIN head unit?
It's the best rated Pioneer on amazon and it's rated as the best head unit on this page too https://greatestspeakers.com/best-single-din-flip-out-screen/
Is this unit really that good?
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Re: Recommendation for single DIN touchscreen head unit
« Reply #17 on: January 22, 2020, 07:13:07 AM »

Brad I ran a Pioneer flip screen in my 01 for close to 11 years with no issues. I made a wet weather cover early on for the heavy rain and when washing the bike. On the occasion I'd get some moisture in the radio face I'd simply let it sit and dry. I am out of the loop on the current single DIN flip screens however I am sure they are all decent. While comparing units look in to the amount of screen adjustment each one has. This may not be an issue on the batwing bikes like it is on the roadies. Handlebar controls is a breeze regardless of units. Biketronics hooked me up with my Pioneer and Pete from Soundz took care of my current Kenwood. I went with Kenwood this time simply for the Garmin navigation. I have a Pioneer in the vette which works well, just like the Garmin nav better.

@Puzzled you seem to know yourself around head units? Can you recommend me one?

Sorry for being off-topic. I'm looking for advice on single din head units and my last resort is the forum.
I've been looking for a good one and I couldn't make my mind up. All the reviews on the net seem to be hype. They are downplaying flaws and hyping any common sense feature like the volume knob. There are many brands that make stereos and they have almost unlimited selections. What should I be looking for? On the other hand I've came across a different web-site. The blogger says it as it is and holds nothing back. It's a bit critical for my taste. That has put me on the fence. So where should I get started?

Any ideas?
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Re: Recommendation for single DIN touchscreen head unit
« Reply #18 on: January 22, 2020, 10:58:25 AM »

@Puzzled you seem to know yourself around head units? Can you recommend me one?

Sorry for being off-topic. I'm looking for advice on single din head units and my last resort is the forum.
I've been looking for a good one and I couldn't make my mind up. All the reviews on the net seem to be hype. They are downplaying flaws and hyping any common sense feature like the volume knob. There are many brands that make stereos and they have almost unlimited selections. What should I be looking for? On the other hand I've came across a different web-site. The blogger says it as it is and holds nothing back. It's a bit critical for my taste. That has put me on the fence. So where should I get started?

Any ideas?

I'd go Aquatic as it is weather proof. From there I'd look at anything Biketronics offers as they do their thing to the radios and offer a very good warranty on them. My third choice would be to pick what you like and be prepaired to replace it if it gets soaked.
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