View Full Version : KHA Alpine CDA-9833 and Clarion CZ500

06-08-2013, 11:07 AM
Item(s) for Sale:

Alpine CDA-9833

Clarion CZ500

Item(s) Description/Condition:

Both used and in perfect working and cosmetic condition.

Alpine CDA-9833
4Volt 6-channel preouts, 3-way active capability through crossover (level, slope, frequency), built-in 6 channel time alignment, 5 band parametric eq. Ai-Net allows for connection of a very large array of devices. V-Drive amp has more power than any other head unit. AUX input via KCA-121B adapters at rear. Awesome sound out of this unit. Still installed in my Camry, will remove and replace with my 9887 when it sells.
Alpine CDA-9833 CD/MP3/WMA receiver with CD changer controls at Crutchfield.com (http://www.crutchfield.com/S-QbBxjAY2DGi/p_500CDA9833/Alpine-CDA-9833.html)

I also have an Alpine CHA-S624 changer for sale right now that I can package if you are interested. Asking $60 and currently listed on eBay. I used the changer with this head unit.

Clarion CZ500
Clarion CZ500 CD receiver at Crutchfield.com (http://www.crutchfield.com/S-yFNngwZHDDs/p_020CZ500/Clarion-CZ500.html)
Has 6-channel 4V outputs, sub out has crossover and level controls. Includes USB connectivity and front aux input. Has Bluetooth capability for phone and streaming. The mic is still installed in the van.


Alpine CDA-9833 with wire harness, faceplate, case, and KCA-121B AUX adapter: $150 shipped

Clarion CZ500 with wire harness, faceplate, case, and remote: $110 shipped

Shipping and Miscellaneous Item Information:

Included in price. USPS Priority Mail with tracking.

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06-08-2013, 01:21 PM
Looking for anything in trade on the clarion?

06-08-2013, 01:49 PM
Looking for anything in trade on the clarion?

Yes. A four channel amp or speakers. Even decent coax will be considered (round, not oval, any size will be considered). Or separate drivers.

06-08-2013, 04:03 PM
Reasons i'm selling them.

Alpine: I bought the new CDE-HD149BT for my car. I am moving my 9887 to my wife's car. The 9833 will come out of the wife's car.

The 9833 is a solid HU. The only reason i'm swapping it for the 9887 is to leave an ipod in the car with kids music on it so she can easily appease them with their songs. The 9887 has a nice search function.

Clarion: This was in the Astro van i'm doing a build for, we put a double din in it's place. The owner of the van needs to put speakers in the rear doors for parties and a sound bar along the top. i am thinking about four 5.25" speakers for the sound bar and an 8", 5.25", and horn tweeter for the rear doors (PA style). We have four Alpine Type-S 5.25" coax that we could use, but I was also looking at stuff from Parts Express also. The purpose is to increase overall volume level when accuracy isn't as important as level. Most of the time the front components will do the work and we'll have relays to turn rear speakers on/off.

We also want some 2"-2.5" mids that have an outside diameter of less than 3" to put in the factory tweeter locations in the front doors for a front 3-way. Trades for speakers will be considered, but the sound bar should have matching drivers.

06-08-2013, 04:52 PM
Hey Mr. Richard! Just gonna throw this out there, I have really been wanting to try an Alpine (anything in this past 10 years, i've only use the older older stuff) and this unit has what i have been wanting. I have Kenwood Excelon KDC X592 I could trade you for it.

Kenwood Excelon KDC-X592 CD receiver at Crutchfield.com (http://www.crutchfield.com/S-NX8r4Sh4fOQ/p_113KDCX592/Kenwood-Excelon-KDC-X592.html)

It's in my truck, which we used for a family vehicle for years. And the reason we did was because it has the capabilities to run 2 sources at once for the front and rear. This meant we could listen to the radio, CD or the Ipod, or satellite radio up front, and then we could use the rear speakers for the DVD system for the kids radio or cd or ipod stuff for the rear. Which could actually fit into what you would need it for. This way the kids could listen to kids stuff while i listened to my lecture stuff or anything else and the kids could be happy too, lol.

Now that my old lady has bought a new car which has become the new "Family vehicle" she has picked out a DVD/touchscreen/GPS system for it, and I have no use for the awesome Kenwood. It also has all the bells and whistles, like 2 way active capabiities, Aux/USB satelite radio CD player, and remote blah blah blah.

Very Very Very well taken care of. I could also make a video of some of it's functions to expedite the learning process.

BTW, I hope all is well, I haven't seen you much on Facebook lately Sir. I hope your not too busy!

06-08-2013, 08:57 PM
PM sent

06-09-2013, 04:20 PM
CDA-9833 is spoken for.

06-09-2013, 04:36 PM
Would also take trade on the Clarion for an old school electronic 3-way crossover.

06-12-2013, 07:56 PM