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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-18-2015 Thread Starter
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Removing CD from Shaker

So the Shaker is going to the big stereo system in the sky, so how does one go about removing CD caught in the Shaker??

It's done well for 7 years, but its gotta give those CD back


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I guess no one has had success in removing these CD's.

For all the I going to keep my shaker posters out there. The Shaker will not last forever this is the first time I have had to replace a OEM head unit......of all the cars I have owned they have all worked till I sold the car.

I'm 50 something....


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New Kenwood installed

Wish the Shaker 500 had died sooner.....
The Kenwood sounds so much better and that's with not playing around with all the different sound adjustments one can do.

Picked up the new DPX791BH with HD Radio and other cool features.

Anyway, the unit rocks!

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