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    Hey so I have an 06 TR and I am wanting to replace my deck because mainly it doesn't play MP3's and doesn't have the aux in as you all know. Can someone recommend me a good deck that doesnt require me running wires to a battery etc etc etc? Or is that going to be a must?

    I want to use my current speakers which are the upgraded ones, and I am thinking about just getting the amp/sub that the dealer offers to go w/ my speaker system. Audio isnt my strong point. Should I go with an aftermarket amp/sub? Will that inevitably require me to run wiring to the battery? Thanks guys.

    Ah wait one more thing. In another thread I read about having to get a wiring hardness to install a different deck. I know what is sounds like from the name, but what is it specificly and how does it help me / why do I need one? Sorry for being such a nub . Thanks.

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    No head unit should require you to run wires to your battery. Get a wiring harness from your local Stereo shop and any head unit will be a plug and play application. If your interested in getting subwoofers, it would be best to have a professional do your installation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wRxOne
    No head unit should require you to run wires to your battery. Get a wiring harness from your local Stereo shop and any head unit will be a plug and play application. If your interested in getting subwoofers, it would be best to have a professional do your installation.
    +1

    And professional does not equal Best Buy/Suckit City employee. If you want to buy your equipment there, fine, just don't let those guys install it. Take it to a real audio shop and get it done right.

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