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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-03-2012 Thread Starter
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My radio died and I need a replacement.

I posted this in the 99-04 v6 section but realized I'll probably get more results on this topic over here. Let me know what you guys can find for me.

My radio finally died.

I bought my first mustang from my brothers friend 8 years ago. The car had a brand new (looked like top of the line, and was awesome at the time) radio.

Sony CDXM620

I friggin loved this radio and refused to buy anything despite scratches dings. But now the buttons stopped working.

Needless to say, all this time later, the head unit is finally dieing. I would like to get a new one of similar look and function but more updated.

Below is a video of it showing the actual face plate. Instead of being static or coming off completely, it would rotate buttons out when I turned the car on, buttons in when I turned the car off.

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I'm not understanding your problem?

go to best buy and buy a freaking unit you like and swap the radio's..its not rocket science.

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I'm looking to see if anyone on here has seen something similar. The thing I like about it is that the faceplate has a full sized screen on one size, and the analog buttons and digital screen hidden on the back.
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Sony DSX-S310BTX Digital media receiver at Crutchfield.com
this is the modern version of yours...
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