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08-15-2014 08:13 PM
emsvitil Company Name: Sound Storm Labroratories
Model Number: SDC24USA
Price: $39.99 (sale at Fry's)
Overall Rating: Worth the price.......


Stock 6006 tuner crapped out, went to use CD, didn't work (stripped gears),
went for cheapest unit I could find. The additional mounting pieces almost cost as much as the radio (would have cost more if NOT purchased at Amazon)

CD, MP3, WMA, USB, SD, Aux-In
50w x 4
4 rear pre-amps
18 FM presets, 12 AM presets

Illumination isn't adjustable, a bit dim during the day, would prefer dimmer at night. Need to press CLK for time if unit is on.

Has remote control ?????? really don't see need for it.

Used Metra 99-5200, cleaner appearance than Metra 99-5806; plus I wanted the rear mounting bracket that doesn't come with 99-5806.



04-19-2014 06:07 PM
alaskanzx5 Sand with 400 and 600 paper cleaned with rubbing alcohol the painted.
04-19-2014 09:00 AM
Snelski Cool, I like the blue - looks nice. How did you prep the vents to paint? Anything special?
04-18-2014 04:28 PM
alaskanzx5

Another attempt to post the pic.. I'm starting to hate this phone.

Ok works, paint is a blue metallic. Close match to a sonic blue.
04-17-2014 11:07 PM
alaskanzx5 I'll pm pics next time I go to the library.
04-17-2014 10:50 PM
Snelski Sounds cool, wouldn't mind seeing a pic of what you did if you wanna PM me - probably need to keep this thread for the head units since that's what it was intended for. I'm thinking about wrapping the door handles the same way with the silver carbon fiber vinyl (just the inserts of course) and the accent strips on the door panels. Don't want to go too crazy, but a little upscale feel goes a long way.
04-17-2014 07:46 PM
alaskanzx5 Yeah I don't think I would be able to do that. I did just do my surround in a metallic sonic blue along with the vents and door handle. Got the car and they where a shity silver flaking and peeling. Looks nice with the black interior and blue lights from my 80prs head unit.
04-17-2014 03:19 PM
Snelski Thanks - it wasn't easy, I'll definitely say that. I did it by stretching everything over as one piece first - this is just a bulk roll of the Carbon Fiber vinyl and you just cut out what you need. Being extremely careful to make slits as you go (small ones and behind the bezel so you don't tear it and/or stretch it too much), I used a hair dryer and TONS of patience to mold it in that shape.

This was the second sheet I cut out because it's the first time I used this material; the first sheet I tried pre-cutting all the holes out first (by using a marker on the back of the material) and that was just way too difficult to keep straight. I pretty much stopped as soon as I tried to cover the bezel. Then I just cut out the full sheet I needed and took the backing off, carefully stretched the material out to cover the entire bezel and again, being careful not not tear or stretch it too much while working out the material in a smooth fashion.

If you don't have patience, this is not for you. Once I had that done, I worked on getting all the edges smoothed out and tucked in behind, then made the necessary cutouts for the openings - you want to make them fairly close to the edge (to not have them fold too much and bunch up) but not too close. Of course I had removed the cigarette lighter assembly prior to this and after molding it in carefully (and this was definitely a pain to stretch into that area), I made a very small cutout and only cut the slits when I was sure it was staying that way. It is really stretchable material and that's a must, otherwise you'll tear it easily. I was really happy with using this for the first time.

The bezel hasn't looked great ever since I got the car in 2004, with the silver getting damaged and scraped too easily, I wanted to make it look different but not cheesy. I'm happy with it and the stereo gets an A++++++++ from me - great sound and excellent controls, and the Bluetooth functions beautifully.
04-17-2014 12:11 PM
alaskanzx5 How hard was around the cig lighter? Looks like that would be the hardest part.

Looks nice by the way.
04-17-2014 11:31 AM
Snelski
Clarion CX501 in my '01 Street Edition Wagon...

Wrapped the bezel in silver Carbon Fiber vinyl...

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