Jordan B's 2000 Chevrolet Camaro

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Dominic Devito

Dominic J. DeVito has been a member of the Crutchfield A/V writing squad since 2006. He was born and raised in Staunton, Virginia, and attended the University of Notre Dame, where he earned a degree in chemical engineering. During that time he developed a passionate obsession with experiencing music, both live and recorded, which he parlayed into a 15-year stint in record retail (much to the chagrin of his very patient parents) and a long-running tenure as a rock DJ at WTJU. His expositions can be found in back issues of Plan 9's 9X Magazine as well as Schools That Rock: The Rolling Stone College Guide. He's been to more concerts than he can remember.

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Jordan B.  from Florence, SC, takes a great deal of pride in his 2000 Chevrolet Camaro Y87. However, when he first got it, it didn't have a stereo at all. He got a "worthless" stereo to start off with, but then decided to get a new one after his first stereo gave him a lot of problems.

Jordan B's 1987 Chevrolet Camaro

Jordan decided to go with a new head unit from Pioneer because "it had good reviews, looks, and features. And Pioneer is one of the best names out there."

With a feature list including iPod® control, a detachable face, Advanced Sound Retriever, USB and auxiliary inputs, and a strong MOSFET amplifer, it's hard to argue with him. The stereo also got aggregate high marks from 103 of our customers, so the reviews speak for themselves.

Items installed:


Jordan B's 2000 Chevrolet Camaro

The Pioneer stereo mounted in the dash

You've got to love an easy receiver installation

"The Pioneer head unit was very easy to install. The required wiring was there, and all I had to do was switch out the connector of the previous stereo with the Pioneer one," Jordan tells us. You can see the Pioneer above, being mounted into the Camaro's dash.

And some speakers

Jordan rounded out the sound in his Camaro with some sweet Pioneer speakers for the doors and some hard-hitting Kenwood speakers for the rear seats. The Kenwood speakers in particular get high marks from our customers for their excellent midrange and highs.

Jordan B's 2000 Chevrolet Camaro

This Kenwood KFC-1682ie 6-1/2" speaker fit nicely into the Camaro's driver's side rear seat side panel.


As for the future, Jordan says he would like to "redo the entire sound system, while keeping the head unit, adding a subwoofer with a stealth box, new wiring, and new speakers."


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