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Honda 2000 radio

Postby Robb » Tue Feb 04, 2014 2:15 am

Here's my very rare Honda 2000 radio.
- Made in Japan.
- Made by Alpine.
- Made for 1990-1991 USA Honda models.
- Not available in Canada as Canada got the Honda 3000 radio.
- It has an DIN input in the back for a CD player or Equalizer.

Part number 08a01-101-230

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Re: Honda 2000 radio

Postby kcjohnnyboy » Tue Feb 25, 2014 11:41 pm

these looks like its just a regular old tape player, but very old and good collectible otherwise
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Re: Honda 2000 radio

Postby Robb » Wed Mar 26, 2014 1:58 pm

kcjohnnyboy wrote:these looks like its just a regular old tape player, but very old and good collectible otherwise

Not really collectible, but very rare to find new !
It was one of Hondas best tape players back then.
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Re: Honda 2000 radio

Postby jacksonww » Sat Jul 18, 2015 1:31 am

Nice! I'm on the lookout for one myself. Going back to the oem look.

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Re: Honda 2000 radio

Postby tommy » Tue Jul 21, 2015 2:30 pm

I think my car had that when I bought it in 1994. Nasty sound and boring, but if that's your thing...
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Re: Honda 2000 radio

Postby realitydroid » Wed Oct 21, 2015 1:17 am

Certainly looks cool. But, I don't see why anyone wouldn't want something newer in their vehicle, unless said vehicle is for show and not a daily driver.

For me, I couldn't stand to use it. I need something that will allow me to run my sub with RCA cables. But, my CRX is also my daily driver.
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Re: Honda 2000 radio

Postby jacksonww » Wed Oct 21, 2015 2:47 am

realitydroid wrote:Certainly looks cool. But, I don't see why anyone wouldn't want something newer in their vehicle, unless said vehicle is for show and not a daily driver.

For me, I couldn't stand to use it. I need something that will allow me to run my sub with RCA cables. But, my CRX is also my daily driver.

You can add a amp and sub to the OEM headunit with a little wire harness sold on eBay. Basically it plugs in between the deck and connector with a remote power wire spliced off as well as a left/right rca connection ko for the amp.

I'm going back to a OEM appearance soon but require a sub and a connector for my phone.

I may give it a try for the $10 they charge.

Not too sure how to tackle adding the OEM eq in the mix though.

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Re: Honda 2000 radio

Postby cgiron82 » Sun Oct 16, 2016 11:34 pm

How much for the tape player?
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Re: Honda 2000 radio

Postby Robb » Sun Oct 16, 2016 11:36 pm

cgiron82 wrote:How much for the tape player?

NOT FOR SALE
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Re: Honda 2000 radio

Postby cgiron82 » Mon Oct 17, 2016 9:42 pm

Robb wrote:
cgiron82 wrote:How much for the tape player?

NOT FOR SALE

You know anyone that has one for sale?
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Re: Honda 2000 radio

Postby Robb » Mon Oct 17, 2016 10:01 pm

cgiron82 wrote:
Robb wrote:
cgiron82 wrote:How much for the tape player?

NOT FOR SALE

You know anyone that has one for sale?

no
its rare
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Re: Honda 2000 radio

Postby 91rexdx » Tue Jan 31, 2017 4:44 am

how rare is this raido headunit now? My crx that I have just purchased has one already in it from factory since new in 91.
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Re: Honda 2000 radio

Postby Baker » Tue Jan 31, 2017 7:38 am

91rexdx wrote:how rare is this raido headunit now? My crx that I have just purchased has one already in it from factory since new in 91.


Rare is a relative term and doesn't necessarily equate to big dollars.
I would say they are tough to find, but the market demand for them is relatively low.
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Re: Honda 2000 radio

Postby Robb » Tue Feb 07, 2017 9:51 am

Baker wrote:Rare is a relative term and doesn't necessarily equate to big dollars.
I would say they are tough to find, but the market demand for them is relatively low.

Demand is low because people give up looking ! :lol:
I wouldnt sell this radio for less than $300. Go find another one NEW !

I prefer the sound of this one (Made by Alpine) over the 3000 model (Made by Panasonic)
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Re: Honda 2000 radio

Postby Baker » Wed Feb 08, 2017 8:50 am

Robb wrote:Demand is low because people give up looking ! :lol:
I wouldnt sell this radio for less than $300. Go find another one NEW !


Regardless as the reasoning, demand runs the market.
The # of people that would pay $300 for a NOS, 20 yr old factory tape deck are dwindling.
Prices on things seem to have leveled off or dropped a little.
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Re: Honda 2000 radio

Postby Robb » Wed Feb 08, 2017 9:53 am

Baker wrote:
Regardless as the reasoning, demand runs the market.
The # of people that would pay $300 for a NOS, 20 yr old factory tape deck are dwindling.
Prices on things seem to have leveled off or dropped a little.

This is $27 years old. :lol:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Alpine-Juba-790 ... SwcLxYI9Xy
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Re: Honda 2000 radio

Postby Baker » Wed Feb 08, 2017 1:32 pm

Robb wrote:
Baker wrote:
Regardless as the reasoning, demand runs the market.
The # of people that would pay $300 for a NOS, 20 yr old factory tape deck are dwindling.
Prices on things seem to have leveled off or dropped a little.

This is $27 years old. :lol:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Alpine-Juba-790 ... SwcLxYI9Xy


The comparison isn't valid.
It's an auction, it hasn't sold.
Sold price and asking price are two different things.
Upon further research, and asking other Alpine collectors, this $3k price is ludicrous and unreal.
Also, it's not what it is advertised as, since it's not a J model, it's not copper backed, so this is probably an anniversary model, putting it in the price range of about $650 tops.

People with a good amount of expendable income to support a quality, classic car, are not spending that type of money on late 80's econoboxes anyway.
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Re: Honda 2000 radio

Postby cgiron82 » Thu Feb 16, 2017 5:54 pm

Robb wrote:Here's my very rare Honda 2000 radio.
- Made in Japan.
- Made by Alpine.
- Made for 1990-1991 USA Honda models.
- Not available in Canada as Canada got the Honda 3000 radio.
- It has an DIN input in the back for a CD player or Equalizer.

Part number 08a01-101-230

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