- Detachable face
- Built-in XM tuner (requires antenna and service subscription)
- MaxTune tuner
- 12 FM/6 AM presets
- Plays audio CDs, CD-Rs and CD-RWs
- Bass Engine (bass center frequency, width, and level, plus treble
- Center frequency and level adjustments)
- Source tone memory
- CD changer controls for Alpine Ai-NET changers only
- Optional auxiliary input
- Front and rear preamp outputs
- MOSFET internal amp
- Optional remote
- 18 watts RMS/50 peak x 4 channels (CEA-2006 Compliant)
- CD frequency response 5-20,000 Hz
- CD signal-to-noise ratio 105 dB
- FM sensitivity 9.3 dBf
- Authorized Internet Dealer
*Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer warranty.
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chad From franklin north carolina
|I bought this unit a few months ago and, i must say the overall sound quality is nice. It tends to be a little high on the treble though have to keep it set on negative one. I have it in my 85 f-150 and it really thumps my jl audio 12 inch. Right now i have it run to an 800 watt kenwood amp and have the bass boost almost all the way up. for the price it's pretty nice but would suggest getting a really good amp to go with it.|
Keoni From California, Mo.
|I had this unit installed in my 18 wheeler with 4-5.25 2-6.5 two 10" subwoofers R series and 2-mrv amps...alpine has the best sound I ever heard. also xm in 10 minutes. awesome unit I would recommend this to anyone!|
Patrick A Sornsin Sr From Rockford,IL
|Just installed this into a 2005 Royal Star Tour Deluxe with a radio fairing , hooked it into 2-4" infinity speakers and the sound is great.
The ease of the install was great , plugged in the XM anettna (stuck it inside the install area on top of the radio in the fairing)and was able to make 1 call.
Was up and running to the XM Radio in ten Min. Perfect setup for a motorcycle because of the all-in-one feature of the XM Radio and no other parts..|