2002 XG350 Radio Replacement

Anyone on the board know of of an aftermarket radio with cd and tape playing capabilities that will replace the crap one that came in the car. It has no AM capabilities to speak of. five miles away from a 5,000 watt
station and it is hash. FM is A little better but still not a pimple on the ARSE of a standard GM radio. It has a good amp and speakers but that is about it for the whole system. I'd like to use an aftermarket unit that will fit the hole after I throw the piece of S**T unit that resides there now. The Car is great and I have had no problems with it at all except a stiff neck from taking off like a bat out of hell at stop lights. After listening to the radio in it however, it is like taking a dump in an outdoor privy after you have been used to indoor plumbing. I make CDs on the computer that I have at the house so MP3 capabilities are not that important to me.
Thanks
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Sanyo FXCD-550. Crutchfield has it for $270 and it will fit the XG350 without any modifications.
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Thanks Eric. One other question though, what is Crutchfiel? We don't have one here. Is it an online ordering facility or a National Chain. We have Best Buy, Circuit City, Sears, Target , and a number of Auto stores that carry some stereos like Pep boys and Auto Zone. I do believe that Sanyo is carried by best buy. I know they have a number of Sanyo TVs and home stereo Equipment. The Crutchfield deal sounds good if I could get you to post the address for me, would be most appreciative. A lot of times best buy and circuit city will install free purchased stereos over $150.00 in price. Same day installation guaranteed.
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Sorry, I should have said. Crutchfield is a national on-line and catalog chain. They have been around long before the Internet and some of the other chains you mentioned.
You can find them at http://www.crutchfield.com They will send you everything you need to install the radio, including wiring harness adapters, speaker adapters and so on. Even mounting brackets if you need one for your car.
I believe in recent years that they have "hooked up" with some local radio installers that can do the work for you if you so desire.
Let me know how you make out.
Eric
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