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Old 09-19-2008, 02:43 AM   #11
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Ooh, nice. Is that a Kenwood head unit?
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Nice. I'm really interested in buying a Nakamichi CD-400 headunit. It's supposed to be a really good head unit and I've seen pictures. Looks a lot like the OEM BMW CD player/radios.
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Nice. I'm really interested in buying a Nakamichi CD-400 headunit. It's supposed to be a really good head unit and I've seen pictures. Looks a lot like the OEM BMW CD player/radios.
Never heard of that brand... What country are they from? I know that Kenwood is made in Japan.
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Never heard of that brand... What country are they from? I know that Kenwood is made in Japan.
I believe they are a very expensive brand unless I'm getting them mixed up with something else
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Never heard of that brand... What country are they from? I know that Kenwood is made in Japan.
Nakamichi is from Japan. They're pretty famous for their high-end audio systems. They were the first in the world to create and introduce the three head cassette deck.

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I believe they are a very expensive brand unless I'm getting them mixed up with something else
Yeah, they're pretty expensive.
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