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Is this true, and how would that affect putting an aftermarket CD player in the new Rams (2004-5)???

This is what I found - am I reading it right, or does it mean that the Pre-02 models would have problems??

https://www.dodgeparts.com/catalog/.../1650?osCsid=dfc26a6dbfa95bcbbcd6ecf0f8f31eb4

**** Note: This unit is available for 2002 and 2003 vehicles and is not designed for pre-2002 model vehicles. Due to audio equalization levels that are programmed into the vehicles body control module, if a signal from the radio is not recognized by the Body Control Module, the unit will default to a flat curve. Combined with various levels of speakers used from model year to model year, the sound quality of the audio can be poor ****
 

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Yep.....true....................but adding new speakers with it will help

Why not get a Pioneer avic-n1 and not have this issue? http://www.avic-n1.com/
 

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Is that just true with that navigation system or with any cd player? Do you have to check each one's compatability??
 

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No, just ones that "intergrate" with factory stuff............aftermarket by-passes all the stock stuff so it should be no problem.........

BTW, JL audio makes a box to fix the aftermarket to factory issues too http://www.jlaudio.com/press/CleanSweep05.html
 
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