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  1. Join Date
    Feb 2007
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    134
    #1
    Hi guys, ask lang ako suggestion about audio setup for an opel...

    car is an opel astra 01. all stock... my requirement is sql...

    1. I want to change the HU and if possible ma preserve ko yung steering wheel control...
    2. I'm also considering to upgrade the HU to a DVD one with a pop out screen... if budget permits...
    3. the speakers are stock and still fine... will it be better to change it or keep it stock... so far satisfied pa naman...

    any shops there that cater to audio setup for these type of cars...

    tia ;D

  2. Join Date
    May 2007
    Posts
    2,328
    #2


    [SIZE=1]The SWI-X is a learning remote which allows you to retain the use of your steering wheel or rear seat radio controls when replacing the factory head unit. The SWI-X will interface most aftermarket stereos into most vehicles with steering wheel or rear seat audio controls. Works with virtually all aftermarket radios with wireless infrared remote capability. The SWI-X also retains the use of heater control buttons on GM vehicles. The Patent Pending SWI-X features just can't be beat... [/SIZE]
    [SIZE=1] Work with Alpine, Blaupunkt, Clarion, Eclipse, JVC, Kenwood, Panasonic, Pioneer Rockford, Sanyo, Sony or just about any other brand out there. [/SIZE]
    [SIZE=1] Assigned the buttons on the steering wheel with any infrared function on the remote. Don't be stuck with specific functions you don't want. [/SIZE]
    [SIZE=1] With select Alpine headunits, the SWI-X can be modified to directly plug into the remote port of the Alpine headunit. [/SIZE]
    [SIZE=1] The SWI-X covers Acura, Audi, BMW, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chysler, GMC, Honda, Hummer, Infiniti, Jaguar, Land Rover, Lincoln, Mazda, Mercury, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Saab, Toyota and Volkswagan. It also covers Harley Davidson motorcycles as well. [/SIZE]
    [SIZE=1]Note: The SWI-X interfaces will only work with infrared remotes that use the common 38-40kHz carrier frequency. Consult with equipment manufacturer to determine the carrier frequency. [/SIZE]
    [SIZE=1]SWI-X Application Guide [/SIZE]

    [SIZE=1]Currently these radios are NOT compatible with the SWI-X: Sony XAV-7W, CDX-MP80, CDX-MP70, CDX-M850MP, CDX-M3DI, CDX-M800, CDX-CA900X, MEX-5D1, MEX-1HD, CDX-M730, CDX-M770, CDX-M620, CDX-M670, CDX-CA850X and CDX-CA860X; Delphi XM SKYFI. FEATURES:
    • The SWI-X is designed to be universal so it can interface analog or serial data steering wheels.
    • The SWI-X converts the signals generated by the factory remote location controls into infrared signals.
    • Easily programmed or reprogrammed using the factory controls and the head units remote control.
    • After installation, the headunit's remote control can still be used.
    • The SWI-X may be programmed as many times as desired.
    • The simple installation and programming procedures are included in the units instructions.
    • Works with virtually all aftermarket radios with wireless infrared remote capability.
    • The SWI-X retains steering wheel heater controls in GM cars.
    • Can be custom made to plug into Alpine's DIN 1/2 stereos directly.
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    [SIZE=1]Availability: Usually ships the same business day.[/SIZE]

    [SIZE=1]PAC SWI-X Universal Steering Wheel Radio Control Interface[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=1][/SIZE]

  3. Join Date
    Aug 2004
    Posts
    1,563
    #3
    there are a lot of car audio shops that can cater your needs for your car audio set-up. you may want to check the following shops: JC Car Audio, Mickey's Autosound, Blueprint, Sun-X, C&J Autosound, Autoline, etc.

    if you have the budget then i suggest you change the stock speakers of your car. for SQ, you may choose the following seps: Focal, Helix, Brax Hertz, Micro Precision, etc.

audio setup for a german car (opel)