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pioneer deh-1000e 29.99 @ argos!

£29.99 @ Argos
[link]http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5005859.htm is 29.99 however [link]http://www.argos.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Search?storeId=10001&catalogId=1500001501&langId=-1&searchTe… Read More
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
[link]http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5005859.htm is 29.99
however [link]http://www.argos.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Search?storeId=10001&catalogId=1500001501&langId=-1&searchTerms=deh-1000e is 63.99
they are exactly the same!
and is 50quid or so on amazon
this gets very good reviews, and i picked one up from my local yesterday!
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someone feel free to add a pic!

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#1
http://http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/67-5005859SPA69UC451291M.jpg•4 x 35 watts RMS

•FM/MW/LW/AM tuner.

•RDS/EON.

•Track search, scan, repeat, random play functions.

•Digital tuner.

•CD-R/CD-RW playback.

•18 station presets.

•White LCD display.

•Bass, treble control.

•Balance and fader.

•Telephone mute.

•EEQ easy equalizer, one touch tone control.

•ISO connection.

•1 RCA pre out.

•Front aux input.

•Detachable fascia with carry case.
#2
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/67-5005859SPA69UC451291X.jpg
#3
thankyou!
i was just about to post that!
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#4
jjpm1
thankyou!
i was just about to post that!
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you can't use html here.. you need to use the img tags...
#5
i see, thatll be why!
haha ill change it in a min!
#6
i should also add, very easy to fit and excellent quality!
well worth the higher of the two prices to be honest!
#7
great deal if you can get one. None in any of the stores near me :(

A couple said can be ordered, tried to do it and it said out of stock :(
#8
JayJaz
great deal if you can get one. None in any of the stores near me :(

A couple said can be ordered, tried to do it and it said out of stock :(


thats what mine said, ordered 9pm mon, picked up tues afternoon
#9
jjpm1
thats what mine said, ordered 9pm mon, picked up tues afternoon


where did you order? In store?

When I tried to order - which it seems to let you start - it then said "sorry out of stock" :?
#10
JayJaz
where did you order? In store?

When I tried to order - which it seems to let you start - it then said "sorry out of stock" :?


nope, reserve and collect, it said it would deliver to my store, arrived next day, v good service!
i guess it depends if theres any in your locals local warehouse?
suspended#11
This was posted some time ago. Its only easy to fit if you already have an aftermarket stereo in your vehicle or have a straight forward job requiring no harnesses, aerial adaptors and fasicas. Before purchasing this I would recommend others check Halfords website or go into your local store and use the flip chart book. Very often people are put off by the extra costs of installation, a cheap stereo soon becomes much more with fascias starting from 9.99 and leading up to 39.99, aerial adaptors start at 3.99 should you have a basic vehicle but with BMW's etc you will need a more specific type, which are expensive. And then your harness is 12.99+. Unless of course you will hardwire the unit in. Not buying the replacement fasic will simply mean the unit will not fit, and removing the existing one and not replacing with another would mean your stereo will not sit still in your dash and will probably end up in your lap when you go round a corner. I say this because I have fitted many units which are very complex, particularly in newer cars when parts of the dash have to be removed for fitting. If in doubt Halfords will fit it for 39.99 for you. And yes, I do work for them.
#12
I have a bmw z3 with a non standard cd player already in there. Will I have problems fitting this cd player then?
#13
Can it fit in Peugeot 107
#14
pr1nc3ss
This was posted some time ago. Its only easy to fit if you already have an aftermarket stereo in your vehicle or have a straight forward job requiring no harnesses, aerial adaptors and fasicas. Before purchasing this I would recommend others check Halfords website or go into your local store and use the flip chart book. Very often people are put off by the extra costs of installation, a cheap stereo soon becomes much more with fascias starting from 9.99 and leading up to 39.99, aerial adaptors start at 3.99 should you have a basic vehicle but with BMW's etc you will need a more specific type, which are expensive. And then your harness is 12.99+. Unless of course you will hardwire the unit in. Not buying the replacement fasic will simply mean the unit will not fit, and removing the existing one and not replacing with another would mean your stereo will not sit still in your dash and will probably end up in your lap when you go round a corner. I say this because I have fitted many units which are very complex, particularly in newer cars when parts of the dash have to be removed for fitting. If in doubt Halfords will fit it for 39.99 for you. And yes, I do work for them.


In my opinion £39.99 for fitting a car stereo is daylight robbery, and you can pick up aerial adaptors cheaper if you look around e.g. Maplins

I'm not knocking Halfords as they are great if you need something in a hurry, they are convenient but if you can spend some time to look around you will get a much better deal.
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pr1nc3ss
This was posted some time ago. Its only easy to fit if you already have an aftermarket stereo in your vehicle or have a straight forward job requiring no harnesses, aerial adaptors and fasicas. Before purchasing this I would recommend others check Halfords website or go into your local store and use the flip chart book. Very often people are put off by the extra costs of installation, a cheap stereo soon becomes much more with fascias starting from 9.99 and leading up to 39.99, aerial adaptors start at 3.99 should you have a basic vehicle but with BMW's etc you will need a more specific type, which are expensive. And then your harness is 12.99+. Unless of course you will hardwire the unit in. Not buying the replacement fasic will simply mean the unit will not fit, and removing the existing one and not replacing with another would mean your stereo will not sit still in your dash and will probably end up in your lap when you go round a corner. I say this because I have fitted many units which are very complex, particularly in newer cars when parts of the dash have to be removed for fitting. If in doubt Halfords will fit it for 39.99 for you. And yes, I do work for them.


i agree with the fitting, as i had a little trouble fitting my old one in my mk1 punto, and as said once it was in i was able to put this one in no probs...there are other places that will fit them, and likewise im sure there are various guides on online forums, the fiatforum has some i used to fit mine!
#16
pr1nc3ss
This was posted some time ago. Its only easy to fit if you already have an aftermarket stereo in your vehicle or have a straight forward job requiring no harnesses, aerial adaptors and fasicas. Before purchasing this I would recommend others check Halfords website or go into your local store and use the flip chart book. Very often people are put off by the extra costs of installation, a cheap stereo soon becomes much more with fascias starting from 9.99 and leading up to 39.99, aerial adaptors start at 3.99 should you have a basic vehicle but with BMW's etc you will need a more specific type, which are expensive. And then your harness is 12.99+. Unless of course you will hardwire the unit in. Not buying the replacement fasic will simply mean the unit will not fit, and removing the existing one and not replacing with another would mean your stereo will not sit still in your dash and will probably end up in your lap when you go round a corner. I say this because I have fitted many units which are very complex, particularly in newer cars when parts of the dash have to be removed for fitting. If in doubt Halfords will fit it for 39.99 for you. And yes, I do work for them.


In my experience its easier, cheaper, quick and less hassle to get the job done by an auto electrician. I did it myself a few times and its a right hassle - depending on how you do it, i.e:

a) Buy the first parts you see - quicker but expensive.
b) Shop around for the best prices - slower but cheaper.

I rang around to a few places and started with a quote of £110 + VAT (by a man with a van) but eventually found a more established place (who already had all the required parts in stock) and they did it for £45 all inclusive - with the option for a DAB aerial for another £20.

:thumbsup:
#17
Bought one of these last time Argos had them at this price. Cost less than a tenner for aerial and wiring adapter from a well known online auction site and took me about half an hour to fit in my Zafira.
#18
pr1nc3ss
This was posted some time ago. Its only easy to fit if you already have an aftermarket stereo in your vehicle or have a straight forward job requiring no harnesses, aerial adaptors and fasicas. Before purchasing this I would recommend others check Halfords website or go into your local store and use the flip chart book. Very often people are put off by the extra costs of installation, a cheap stereo soon becomes much more with fascias starting from 9.99 and leading up to 39.99, aerial adaptors start at 3.99 should you have a basic vehicle but with BMW's etc you will need a more specific type, which are expensive. And then your harness is 12.99+. Unless of course you will hardwire the unit in. Not buying the replacement fasic will simply mean the unit will not fit, and removing the existing one and not replacing with another would mean your stereo will not sit still in your dash and will probably end up in your lap when you go round a corner. I say this because I have fitted many units which are very complex, particularly in newer cars when parts of the dash have to be removed for fitting. If in doubt Halfords will fit it for 39.99 for you. And yes, I do work for them.



People are put off with the halfords price.

I fitted one of these head units after buying a £5 facia from ebay and a Harness thingy for about £4 oh and an ariel converter for £1. It took me less than 5 mins to fit. Halfords wanted to charge me £25 for the facia, £29.99 for the harness and another 5 odd quid for the ariel converter. If you feel upto it fit yourself. there are hundreds of online guides. The only thing I dont have is steering wheel controls but thats just because I dont justify the £20 cost for the adaptor (cheapest I have found so far)
#19
if only it played mp3 cd's i'd be tempted to replace my factory standard unit with this. Great deal nonetheless for those with tapes / non branded / faulty head unit...removable fascia and front aux in socket are gr8 features...however i use my tiny iPod nano with the iTrip fm transmitter and find it ideal ( got a new iTrip for a tenner posted via the well known auction site ) and recommend this option to anyone...use fm frequency 88.8 ( works for me where I live and drive )...heat and rep added...top find...if you can find one in stock that is !
#20
Cheney!
if only it played mp3 cd's i'd be tempted to replace my factory standard unit with this. Great deal nonetheless for those with tapes / non branded / faulty head unit...removable fascia and front aux in socket are gr8 features...however i use my tiny iPod nano with the iTrip fm transmitter and find it ideal ( got a new iTrip for a tenner posted via the well known auction site ) and recommend this option to anyone...use fm frequency 88.8 ( works for me where I live and drive )...heat and rep added...top find...if you can find one in stock that is !


RE: playing mp3

thanks for pointing that out - I just assumed this unit did
(I thought all headunits these days played mp3 cds?)
#21
i burned a cd in itunes, worked no problems, is that not standard?
#22
Just ordered one to be picked up from StNeots in Bedford. Last one in stock.
Thanks.
#23
jjpm1
i burned a cd in itunes, worked no problems, is that not standard?


were you able to get more than 1 album on the CD? (if it's mp3 then you should be able to squeeze at least 10hrs of music on 1 disc)
#24
i burned about 50 or so tracks, ill check the exact number if u want!
could have put more, but dont want too many on the same disk!
most of the time my iphone will be connected anyway tbh!
#25
p.s. feel free for rep to be given anyone that gets one!
#26
Just reserved the last one at my local store, will try and collect today.
#27
jjpm1
i burned about 50 or so tracks, ill check the exact number if u want!
could have put more, but dont want too many on the same disk!
most of the time my iphone will be connected anyway tbh!


cool - sounds like it does read mp3 then :thumbsup:
#28
Way-Hey - was all annoyed that my local Huge Argos never seems to have anything in stock and finally found one in Camberely...last one.

Reserved and will collect tomorrow.

Finally will be able to plug my Ipod in.

H&R given - thanks for this.
#29
da_murphster
Way-Hey - was all annoyed that my local Huge Argos never seems to have anything in stock and finally found one in Camberely...last one.

Reserved and will collect tomorrow.

Finally will be able to plug my Ipod in.

H&R given - thanks for this.


:) :thumbsup: glad to hear it!
#30
just reserved one (last one, aberdeen)

My old stereo died about a month ago and I refitted the vauxhall/blaupunkt one that came with the car - horrible sounding thing, only good for talk radio

So this is ideal - also with AUX in so I can connect the MP3

H&R
#31
From Amazon

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Pioneer-DEH-1000E-Tuner-Button-Illumination/dp/B0011ECED0

Product Description
Quality at an affordable price - New Model for 2008\'The DEH-1000E features a D4Q tuner which guarantees high quality, digital audio (D4Q uses a digital processing technique which improves audio performance and selectivity of the receiver by allowing you to enjoy your favourite stations without interference from stronger signals of neighbouring channels).You can enjoy your digital music in-car, too. The DEH-1000E has a front aux-in which lets you connect your music player directly to the tuner so that you can enjoy your music in-car, too.The system is powered by a MOSFET 50W x 4 amplifier, which offers optimal levels of performance, offering enhanced sound quality with minimal distortion and efficient power handling.Main features:*Max. Power Output MOSFET 50W x 4 *Tuner AM/FM *Plays CD-R, CD-RW, MP3, WMA, WAV *Front Panel Removable *Button Illumination Red Connectivity: *Aux-in Front Tuner Features:*Radio Data System (RDS) Yes *Traffic Announcement Yes *Best Stations Memory (BSM) Yes *Auto Alternative Frequency Search Yes *Preset Channel Memory Yes *Auto/Manual Frequency Search Yes CD Player Features:*CD-R/RW Playback Yes *bassjunkies.com*CD Text Yes Audio: *Bass, Mid, Treble Yes
#32
pr1nc3ss
This was posted some time ago. Its only easy to fit if you already have an aftermarket stereo in your vehicle or have a straight forward job requiring no harnesses, aerial adaptors and fasicas. Before purchasing this I would recommend others check Halfords website or go into your local store and use the flip chart book. Very often people are put off by the extra costs of installation, a cheap stereo soon becomes much more with fascias starting from 9.99 and leading up to 39.99, aerial adaptors start at 3.99 should you have a basic vehicle but with BMW's etc you will need a more specific type, which are expensive. And then your harness is 12.99+. Unless of course you will hardwire the unit in. Not buying the replacement fasic will simply mean the unit will not fit, and removing the existing one and not replacing with another would mean your stereo will not sit still in your dash and will probably end up in your lap when you go round a corner. I say this because I have fitted many units which are very complex, particularly in newer cars when parts of the dash have to be removed for fitting. If in doubt Halfords will fit it for 39.99 for you. And yes, I do work for them.


http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/369472/pioneer-deh1000e-in-car-cd-radio-wi/showthread.php?t=369472&page=6 last time was posted was 4 weeks ago
#33
I already have a pioneer head unit fitted, but would like the aux feature. Would this be easy to fit using the existing mounting brackets etc?
#34
Existing headunit's a DEH-P2500MP, if anyone knows would be a great help!
#35
should be fairly easy
it comes with an adaptor thingy
i did mine in a matter of minutes
the trickyest thing on mine was the sodding ignition thing as my wire was a tad frayed! mk1 sporting punto btw, and its even worse that ive replaced and done up the whole interior so the wiring is everywhere anyway!

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