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Item: Alpine CDA-9835 MP3/CD Head Unit

Location: Brisbane

Website: http://www.alpine-europe.com/alpine/cms/de...p=275&details=1 (Shows the European version, the version I am selling is the Oz one but Alpine Oz has not updated their website yet - its the new 2004 version) Compatible with ALL the radio bands in Australia - it is NOT the US version

Item Condition: Brand new, in box, unopened.

Reason for selling: Bought another version after purchasing this one so not neeeded

Price and price conditions: NOW $875 neg (retail is $1400)

Extra Info: Pick up or will post at cost - buyers expense.

Pictures: cda-9835.gif

This is one SWEET unit, snap it up while you can and save $525

Technical Details

[Tuner]

• “MAX TUNE PRO” Tuner (FM18/ MW6/ LW6)

• Radio Text

• RDS

• Auto Memory

• Up/Down Seek

[CD]

• Disc Title Memory

• CD TEXT Display and Scroll

• Regulated 1 Bit DAC

• Music Scan

• Track/Folder Search Menu

• MP3/WMA Decoder/Playback

• Play List (MP3/WMA)

• Digital Servo

• Music Sensor Up/Down

• Forward/Backward

• Disc Play/Pause

• M.I.X. One/All (Random Play One or All)

• Repeat

• CD-R/-RW Compatible

[CD Changer Control]

• Music Scan

• Disc Title Memory

• MP3 Text Information Display (ID3 Tag)

• Track/Folder Search Menu

• CD TEXT Display and Scroll

• Multi CD Changer Control (with KCA-410C)

• Music Sensor Up/Down

• Forward/Backward

• Disc Play/Pause

• M.I.X.

• Repeat

[i-Personalize]

• Amplifier Link

• Data Download

• Multicolor Illumination

[bass Engine]

• Bass Engine Pro

• Factory Preset EQ

• Subwoofer Level Control

• Subwoofer Phase Selector

• 6-Position HP/LP Digital Crossover

• 3-Way or 2-Way Digital Channel Divider

• 6ch Adjustable Digital Time Correction

• 5-Band Parametric Equalizer

• Bass Focus

[Audio]

• 60W x 4 V-Drive High Power Amp

• 3 PreOuts (4 Volt)

• Versatile Link

• MediaXpander

• Volume Control

[General]

• Ai-NET

• Quick Search

• DVD Changer Control Ready

• HDA-5460 Compatible

• MobileHub Link

• BioLite Display with Background Animation

• Black Out

• SwingFace

• Wireless Remote Control Included

• Vehicle Display Interface Ready

• Anti Theft Detachable Face Panel

• Steering Remote Control Ready

• Power Antenna Lead

• Remote-ON Lead

• Telephone Mute

• Audio Interrupt In

*Note:these are tech details from European vers - some might be slightly different for Oz version but essentially the same thing

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