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Are you sure it's an Audiovox? I have seen the SteelHorse there but not the Audiovox. If it's the 6.4 by Audiovox it is a refurbished screen from the Casino's in Japan. They won't tell it's refurbished but it is. Big write up about it in my Trade Magazine. I sell a lot of Mobile Video and $699.00 is cheaper than I pay for a 6.8 package! The current package they have is the MVP-400D by Audiovox. It includes the VOH-682A and Hi-Fi Stereo VCP, 2 headphones, Fm modulator and Ant. Also the universal trim ring. Audiovox is very nice and the 3 year warranty is great if you end up needing it. They don't send your unit in for repair, they give you new product. I will go to Cotsco today down here in South Florida and check it out. If it's for real my only suggestion is to have it professionally installed. It's a universal system for Honda and I recommend paying a pro. The Honda ODY is the easiest vehicle I work on and takes me only an hour to install. To your answer from a guy who does these things everyday, it's a good price if it's the 6.8, but not the 6.4.

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Darell,

Send me a round trip plane ticket and I will install it for free! No jobs on the side since I have owned my own business for 18 years now. I checked the links above and I don't see an Audiovox system. Just the Power Acoustic system, which is too much money for a very small 5.6 screen. I can buy those systems cheap! I sell the Fahrenheit version in the 6.8 and it's actually very nice, but only 1 year warranty. I got my hands on the Audiovox 8" system which includes the tuner, headphones, antenna, and two headphones for under $800.00. I installed them in some Yukons and I still like the 6.8 the best. The 8" is a bigger screen but for the money it was a hot deal. I usually pay almost $900 just for the the 8" screen alone. Now just remember thats what I pay at wholesale and no I don't sell over the net. I monitor this page and can offer support but my business is usually directly to the car dealer. I just like to keep people informed. The one product that has come way down in price is the DVD's. Just ask and I will tell what there down to now. Suggestion, is to stay away from Cotsco, because if you have a warranty issue they will direct you to the manufacturer and you will have to pay someone to diagnose it and also to R&R it. And it cost money and time. Buy it from me and I will exchange it for free during the three years. Sometimes it's easier to pay a few bucks up front for the piece of mind!

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