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Discussion in 'Audio & Electronics' started by Midnight_Yukon, Mar 4, 2021.

  1. Midnight_Yukon

    Midnight_Yukon TYF Newbie

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    Hey yall I just joined the forums and I like all the info I'm learning. Not only am I new here I'm new to the car scene, I've loved cars for a long time but I finally have my own. I have a 2007 Yukon Xl, and I'm looking for a new stereo system screen with Bluetooth or apple car play, but I don't want to change any speakers or the quality of the speakers any recommendations? IMG_8379.jpg
     
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    Welcome to the Forum from NH.

    Lots of knowledgeable folks here who freely share their knowledge, experiences, and perspectives. Knowledge is power.

    I hope that you will become a participating member in the Forum's discussions.

    Since you have the Denali, I am assuming that you have a Bose audio system. There are folks here on the Forum who have changed out only the head unit on their Bose systems, and they will chime in. I am not a fan of Bose systems, so I ripped out the entire Bose system and installed a complete aftermarket system.

    Regarding head unit recommendations, lots of folks here on the Forum like Kenwood and Pioneer head units, and they will have all of the features that you are looking for at various price points. I recommend that you go to the Crutchfield web site and look at the head units that are compatible with your truck. Then, you will see the various head units and their features at the various price points.
     
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    PNW VietVet Supporting Member

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    Welcome to the forum from Oregon.
     
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    Welcome to the forum from Iowa.
     
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    Miami-Dade Staff Member Super Moderator Supporting Member

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    Welcome from Miami Beach! Nice Yukon!
     
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    I just finished my install.....I have a SSV so little to no niceties in my truck....I added a camera, amp, speakers, sub, satellite tuner, and head-unit. I did a JVC (rebranded Kenwood in my opinion) Headunit with Carplay....Make sure to get the correct wiring harness and adapters if you plan to maintain the Bose, Steering wheel controls, etc.....I personally, agree @Joseph Garcia and would have ripped out the Bose....I think how you proceed depends on your wallet and desired end result...
     
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    Welcome!
     
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    Welcome to the party

    Wealth of knowledge here
     
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    just grab one of the latest pioneer or kenwood and a maestro rr and you will be good to go, this will give you the option to just add a sub-woofer if you want to also. the maestro will retain all your oem options and give you a obdii interface linked to the radio.
     
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    Welcome from Wellington, Fl. !!

    My '05 Yukon has the original Bose system..... I am fine with it.... I will up-grade if something burns up !!
     

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