Released January, 2008
The Pros:Display is bright and clear, easy to read in any conditions. Delivers strong and clear audio, distortion free. Bass delivery is full and strong, can be adjusted as well.
The Cons:Bad color choices, blue buttons and pinkish-red detailing clash. Controls take a long time to learn, need to refer to the manual at first. Need to be careful not to press the volume button in by accident.
The CDA-9884 head unit from Alpine, released early in 2008, has a steering wheel remote control input located in the rear of the unit to use the steering wheel controls to control the unit itself. The CDA-9884 can read WMA, MP3 and AAC file formats and is equipped with a bass engine designed to provide better control over high and low frequencies.
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To reverse settings back to the defaults a Defeat on/off button is located on the front of the device. A dedicated sub-woofer out allows for the control of the low frequency output from 0db to +15db. An optional auxiliary input can be used for a portable TV or DVD unit and iPod direct connection is available via a supplied cable. The CDA-9884 is also capable of accepting HD signals including multicast signals, as well as XM and Sirius satellite radio.
- Ai-NET capable
- HD signal reception
- Optional remote control
- Steering wheel control use
- MP3, AAC, WMA file formats accepted
- CD Signal to noise ratio of 105dBA
- iPod ready
- XM & Sirius satellite accepted
- High pass crossover
- Bass engine system
- Separate sub-woofer outputs
- Can connect a TV or DVD via auxiliary port
User Reviews (2)
display is bright and clear, easy to read in any conditions
delivers strong and clear audio, distortion free
bass delivery is full and strong, can be adjusted as well
good interface with iPod control, fast and gives full access
bad color choices, blue buttons and pinkish-red detailing clash
controls take a long time to learn, need to refer to the manual at first
need to be careful not to press the volume button in by accident
generates a lot of heat during normal operation
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