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The CDA-9887 receiver from Alpine, released on October 9th 2007, is equipped with BioLite technology.

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Pros

built in high/low pass crossover and separate subwoofer output

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satellite radio and iPod ready

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includes a quality 24bit Burr-Brown DAC

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HD radio ready

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remote control

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built in support for bluetooth and hands free calling system

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decent amplification at 50W per channel, up to 4 channels

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high cost

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The CDA-9887 receiver from Alpine, released on October 9th 2007, is equipped with BioLite technology intended to make the display easier to see even in brightly lit environments. The unit comes with a full speed iPod cable and supports multiple iPod models and the iPhone. A percentage search feature allows for quick locating of songs within an iPod library via and an optional Alpine KCE-300BT enables use with cellular phones depending on provider and service. The CDA-9887 has 12 FM presets and 6 AM presets and has a maximum output of 50 watts per channel at four channels. It also supports WMA, MP3 and AAC formats via the CD player and iPod connection. This device comes ready to receive HD and satellite radio signals.

Features
  • HD signal ready
  • Multicasting capable
  • Full speed iPod connection - cable included
  • Built in graphic and parametric EQ
  • Separate sub-woofer output
  • Satellite radio ready
  • High pass/low pass crossover
  • Bluetooth ready
  • Hands free calling
  • CD title memory
  • Adjustable 6 channel time correction
  • Remote control included
  • Supports Sirius Plug N Play devices with optional adapter
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06/05/2013 11:21

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