I need someone who knows Pioneer accessories...

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  1. xivera

    xivera Active Member

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    Could somebody be kind enough to share what is the difference between the CD-RB10 and the CD-RB20!? I know that they both allow audio input to a Pioneer deck through the bus-line. But... Aside from price, what's the difference!?
     
  2. 4GotNSpeedS

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    Hey what's up! A really good site for checking out the difference between car and home audio is www.crutchfield.com they have a very good web site.
     
  3. LOUDSYSTEM

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    the difference is one lets you keep a changer capabilty and the other only has an ipbus in where as the better one has the ip bus in and out
     
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    xivera Active Member

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    I take it that the CD-RB20 is the one that keeps the changer capability... right!?
     
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    Thanx all! :bigthumb:
     
  7. Pioneer

    Pioneer Are you annoyed? You will be.

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    tekknikal Nothing's ever been better than that

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    Read above. If you get the RB20 you can still have a CD changer + Aux in. If you get the RB10 you can only have Aux in on the CD Player. I ended up getting the RB10 a while back.
     
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    Pioneer Are you annoyed? You will be.

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    Who makes the sound systems for Chrysler? -- Will an aftermarket changer (from whoever makes the headunit) work with the stock changer controls?
     

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