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Best after market head unit for iphone?


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Looking for a head unit that works seamlessly with the iphone. I'd like one that I can play my mp3's and podcasts on, and also use as a phone over the car's speakers without having to do much. All while charging. And not something TOO high end. I want to use the iphone gps so I won't need a $1k unit that has that feature. And I'm not an import tuner, I'm not looking for anything too heavy duty to build a 'system' off of.

What are you guys using and recommending?
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So far I'm looking at the Alpine CDE103BT. Looks like it does everything I need for a reasonable price.
YouTube - Alpine CDE-103EBT Car Install with iPhone Dock - iPhone Car Kit - iPhone 4 Compatible!
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I have the Dual xml8150 and I love it. It was simple to install and sounds great.

XML8150 - In-Dash AM/FM/MP3/WMA/AAC Receiver with Fold-Out Dock for iPod® and iPhone® and Built-In Bluetooth Wireless Technology

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