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1998 Mustang Aftermarket Stereo/Sound System

Hey guys I had a 1998 Mustang with an aftermarket stereo. The brand name is Boyo. It was the flip screen type with touch screen, Bluetooth, rear view camera, and other features. However, I have gone through 2 of these and I'm saying that I will not recommend this brand since it is very cheap material. They are the worst so far. Now I have gotten rid of the car and got another 98. Its all bone stock. I'm looking to upgrade the stereo/sound system in the future once the stock unit stops working. I have heard Kenwood and Pioneer are good brands. Unfortunately, Kenwood has discontinued their single din DVD receivers (I hate it when companies do that). Can anyone give me any good recommendations for an aftermarket stereo/sound system?

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IMHO- I would talk to the staff at Crutchfield....it is an excellent company, been around for years and IMHO, for the past 20+ years have always found their advise spot on!


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IMHO- I would talk to the staff at Crutchfield....it is an excellent company, been around for years and IMHO, for the past 20+ years have always found their advise spot on!
Great! Thanks for the reply! I was thinking of doing that as my second option. I've heard nothing but good things about that company.
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