Released January, 2008
The Pros:Multiple format support. Can read from and control flash drives, Microsoft Zunes and iPods (including the iPhone). Sounds great.
The Cons:Issues with the iPod (error 01). Poor quality. No EQ settings (only simple bass and treble adjustment).
Released in January 2008, the Alpine CDA-9886 is designed to accept multiple iPod versions including the iPhone. An optional adapter, the Alpine KCE-300BT, is required to use a cellular phone via the device.
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This also allows a user to utilize the hands free calling and phone book applications. The unit is Bluetooth ready and can deliver streaming audio. The Alpine CDA-9886 is capable of receiving HD signals and will automatically switch between digital and analog signals. The unit comes with a 5 band graphic equalizer, a 7 band parametric equalizer(PXA-H100 required), and an adjustable high pass filter. Alpine’s CDA-9886 is capable of reading MP3, WMA and AAC file formats and has a separate output for the sub-woofer. A percentage search function allows for quicker song retrieval form an iPod.
- Full speed iPod connection
- Supports cellular phone use through an optional adapter
- Supports the iPhone
- MP3, WMA and AAC playback
- 50 watt by 4 channel power putput
- Bluetooth ready
- Steering wheel control ready
- HD signal reception
- XM & Sirius Satellite ready
- Bass and treble bandwidth selectors
- iPod cable included
- Streaming music playback
- CD signal to noise ratio of 105dB
- Multicasting capable
User Reviews (6)
can read from and control flash drives, Microsoft Zunes and iPods (including the iPhone)
issues with the iPod (error 01)
no EQ settings (only simple bass and treble adjustment)
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