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So I had hear bad things about Power Acoustik in the past

So I have heard bad things about Power Acoustik using the cheapest components but I was looking at their PD-621XB and it looks like a nice head unit, anyone know what the catch is?

I know it is made in china and the components and design are sourced there but most head units are built in china these days with chips from tawain, so I don't expect it to be a thousand dollar head unit but I wanted an RDS unit like I had in one of my other cars and their unit kept coming up in searches.

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Seems like most of the issues with all the cheaper stuff are generally heat related, so I guess it mainly depends on where you are going to install it cooling-wise.

I heard SPL is made by PA, and I heard some of the SPL stuff is decent (doesn't overheat as easily)...

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