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Any aftermarket cd player is only going to output 20-22 watts RMS per channel which is what the JVC should have been rated at. I don't know how much power you want but you if you're not satisfied with that and want more power then you'll need a seperate amp as well. I personally suggest Sony's if you want the AUX on the front with SAT radio. Keep in mind though any deck that is Sat radio ready still needs a seperate Sat tuner to get Sat radio through the deck.

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JENGA said:
Thanks for the advice. I have another question though.

I see a lot of decks with USB input on the deck. Can I connect my ipod into this or is it for jump drives only? I might go this route if the usb will work for me. That way I can input satellite through the rear AUX and ipod through the front USB.
You're better off by the a deck that is sat radio ready, and using the data bus port on it for sat radio, not the AUX. This will allow you to control it as well as get the best sound quality. ie. alpines.

As far as decks with USB in the front of them, yes you can plug your Ipod in there and have the song information and sound come through the deck, but you cannot control your Ipod with the CD player. Again, im going to have to agree with everyone and go alpine. They have a seperate plug on the back for your Ipod, and a seperate port for Sat Radio. This way you can get both options with the best sound quality, both can have most of the wires hidden, and you can control both through the deck.

Alpine decks that can do both ususally start around $150
Sat Tuner $100
Ipod Cable $30
 
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