Alpine CDA 7893
Product Type: Alpine in Car Audio
Newest Review: ... The only problem i had previously was where is was wired up wrongly which meant the headunit was on all the time and the ... more
Customer Alpine CDA 7893 Reviews (3)
by - written on 22/01/09 (Useful, 57 readings)
I had this stereo in my old VW passat and if you've ever owned a VW you know the speakers and sound quality are pretty good as standard, this headunit is functional, easy to use but too many buttons would be my niggle, havent had any problems so far with the headunit itself. The only problem i had previously was where is was wired up wrongly which meant the headunit was on all the time and the lights up display was on all the time. two wires switched and sorted. But the head unit itself has paid dividends and i plan to put it in my next car that i get, i just wish it had USB ability but it does play copied CDs fine but not MP3 CDS. Alpine is a good ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/06/03, updated on 20/06/03
After having no problems with my old Alpine head uniti thought Id buy a new one. (traded up to it), and its great the sound quality and the appearance are the best on the market! Like my first Alpine, the thing just doesn't skip. Also important is how the equipment holds up, and Alpine is very good. This is also true for my Alpine EQ and 6X9 speakers as well. You pay a little extra for Alpine, but you get what you pay for. I think I paid £250. The head unit has served me well. It will not skip my CDs however rough the ride it the rally stroke dirt track to my cricket club at 50mph wont even budge it. Though I do wish the remote did work better. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/07/02, updated on 08/07/02 (Very useful, 4319 readings)
I did much research before deciding to buy this head unit. I wanted to play MP3s, but not at the cost of overall quality and features. I looked at units from Sony and Pioneer, but this one is the daddy. For a start, you get legendary alpine build and sound quality. The output is 4 x 60w, whcih is more that any other headunit I have seen... Not only this, but the output is from a built in mosfet v-drive amp, which has its own separate connection to the car battery, so no dimming displays when pumping up the volume, this is a truly serious bit of kit, though this does make the installation a bit tricky. I also purchased a steering wheel control interface, ... Read the complete review
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