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Time for an upgrade

Discussion in 'Car Audio / Security / Electronic Accessories' started by TurboMirage, Feb 3, 2005.

  1. TurboMirage

    TurboMirage YEEAAAHHH VIP

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    time for an upgrade. anyways, this new HU motherfucking rocks. well worth the $420 i sent on it. i sold my 7894 to the love of my live, and its currently residing in her 240sx :)

    Previous Alpine CDA-7894
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    New! Alpine CDA-9833
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    what do you kids think? :mrgreen:
     
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    -> Steve
     
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    OMG I have to have that button. Does it play the song when you click it?
     
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    TurboMirage YEEAAAHHH VIP

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    • 60W MAX x 4 V-Drive™ Power Amplifier
    • Bass Engine Pro™
    - 6-Channel Digital Time Correction
    - 6-Position HP/LP (24dB/Octave) Digital Crossover
    - 5-Band Parametric EQ
    - Subwoofer Level Control with Phase Selector
    - 3-way or 2-way electronic crossover with adjustale slope
    • MediaXpander™
    • SAT Radio Ready
    • MP3/WMA/CD-R/RW Playback
    • CD Text and MP3/WMA Tag Informtation Display
    • Quick Search Function
    • CD Text, CD Text Display, CD Text Scroll
    • Versatile-Link™ Ready
    • MaxTune SQ Tuner
    • BlackOut Display
    • Regulated 1Bit DAC
    • 3 PreOuts (4 volt)
    • iPod™ Interface Ready (KCA-420i)
    • MM Driver (Hard Disc Drive) Ready
    • MobileHub™ Ready
    • Swing Mechanism with Detachable Face
    • RUE-4187 Wireless Remote Control Included
     
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    ScrapinSi Senior Member

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    Does that Shift Knob Light up?..

    Why not just go up to the 9835?. And were did you get that Radio for 420.00?. We were selling them for 399.99..

    I know we sold the 9835 for 499.99

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    ^^^ That is a sick Radio^^^
     
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    TurboMirage YEEAAAHHH VIP

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    nope its just a cheezy walmart knob. it was wicked heavy and i loved it but i replaced it with a red one that came in a package with a shift boot.

    maybe i should mention i paid $420 with a warranty.

    i didnt care for the 9835. it has all the same features and an LCD screen. id rather the dot matrix display.
     
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    erebunicrx my name is Dale

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    LMAO. but i think its a good waste of $420.
     
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    Celerity Well-Known Member

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    80% of that list of features you'll never use.

    An as far as XM on the unit.. Well, maybe I should start another thread..

    Neo Jukebox, indash, Amplifier, remote gain controller, and XM in a dedicated tuner unit. Rock out with your cock out.

    -> Steve
     
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    you are right! but the time correction and electronic crossovers are sweet. when set properly, sound amazing.

    best thing is with i-personalize.net, you can save your settings on a cd so if your battery dies or the radio loses its memory just pop in the cd and you get all your settings back.
     
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    Well I would of sold it to you with a Warranty also from a Real Shop.. Thats what we had them listed at..

    And didn't care for the Display on the 9835.. You kidding me.. That Deck is tight...

    But at least you bought a good radio.. Props on owning a Alpine.
     
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