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If you store music on your computer, Alpine's CDA-9811 CD receiver will play MP3 and Windows Media (WMA) files that you've recorded on CD-R or CD-RW — and the song titles are showcased nicely by the large, multicolor display. The built-in MOSFET amplifier will bring all your tunes to life with 23 watts RMS power. If you're building a system, use the three sets of 4-volt preamp outputs to channel signal to your outboard amps.



Alpine's Media Xpander™ feature restores sparkle to music that's been broadcast or compressed — it does wonders for your MP3 and WMA files. Bass Engine® Plus combines a 2-band parametric equalizer, 4-channel digital time alignment, and a 3-position crossover so you can refine the sound until it's as smooth as butter.



Put 6 or 12 discs at your command by adding an Alpine CD changer, or use the optional auxiliary input to connect any outboard audio source. Radio fans will appreciate the station-pulling power of the MaxTune SQ AM/FM tuner. Or, hook up an Alpine XM Satellite Radio tuner (XM antenna and subscription also required), and gain coast-to-coast access to over 100 channels of music, sports, news, and entertainment.

Key Features:



detachable, fold-down face

3-color display with green button illumination

plays CDs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs

plays MP3 and Windows Media (WMA) files

displays MP3 text

CD Text

0-bit mute (mutes output when no audio signal is detected)

MaxTune SQ tuner

12 FM/6 AM presets

station title memory

Bass Engine Plus (bass center frequency, width, and level, plus treble center frequency and level adjustments, as well as 4-channel digital time alignment and a 3-position, 12dB/octave crossover)

Media Xpander

XM Satellite Radio controls (XM Radio subscription, tuner, antenna required to receive the satellite radio signal.)— service not available in Alaska or Hawaii

CD changer controls for Alpine Ai-NET changers only — add an Alpine changer to your receiver order

optional auxiliary input

MOSFET internal amp

4-volt front, rear, and subwoofer preamp outputs

wireless remote

clock

23 watts RMS/50 peak x 4 channels

CD frequency response 5-20,000 Hz

CD signal-to-noise ratio 105 dB

FM sensitivity 9.3 dBf



What are you going to do with the remote?
 

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Keep it in the cupholder?

Isn't it easier to just reach forward and push the button on the stereo?
 

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I have the factory system (if it qualifies as a system) and put a clarion 6 disc changer in (it's been laying around for years) using the fm modulator. Well, I lost/destroyed all the wiring for the modulator, including the modulator, and bought a replacement kit off Ebay for $20.

Well it came with a remote, so I ended up attaching it to the underside of the steering column, pointing at the display for the Changer ( a little remote display thing) that I mounted under the dashboard on the left side, by the hood release.
 

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It wouldnt work to good when the cd player is in the dash. Do you know of any good sites where you can get NEW cheap 5x7 speakers.
 
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