Released November, 2007
The Pros:Sound quality is excellent, makes the most of OEM speakers, very clean and distinct. Powerful enough to achieve some very loud volumes when you need them. Green lights look great at night.
The CDE-9872 CD/MP3 receiver from Alpine was released in November of 2007. It sports an optional full speed iPod connection and a percentage search function to find the most frequently played songs from a connected iPod’s library.
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A high-speed crossover is standard and adjustable to 80, 120, or 160 Hz in an effort to protect factory speakers. The base of 16 watts per channel can be upgraded to 45 watts while a Sub output can be used to power a sub-woofer. The sub-woofer level can be adjusted from -15db to 0db in 1db increments. The CDE-9872 is also compatible with Bluetooth devices, with an adpater, satellite and HD radio as well as having 12 FM presets and 6 AM presets.
- Full Speed iPod connection
- Adjustable high end crossover
- Selectable sub woofer frequency
- Percentage search feature
- 16 watt x 4 channel
- MP3, WMA, and AAC decoding
- 12 FM presets
- 6 AM presets
- Bass EQ width adjustment
- LCD display
- Large buttons
- 50db quieting sensitivity
User Reviews (1)
sound quality is excellent, makes the most of OEM speakers, very clean and distinct
powerful enough to achieve some very loud volumes when you need them
green lights look great at night
operation is very easy and intuitive even when driving
simple to install without any surprises
can be found for a fairly low price, good value
EQ adjustment is so easy you can handle it while driving
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