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    Alpine 9886 (3 switches on the bottom)

    Hey guys, I just got a new Alpine 9886 and I am wondering what the three switches on the bottom of the HU are for. Each one of them has a label that says "Normal" in one position and "Ext AP" in the other position. The owners manual doesn't say anything about them, and I am curious as to whether these switches allow the 9886 to run active.
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    Re: Alpine 9886 (3 switches on the bottom)

    ummm




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    Re: Alpine 9886 (3 switches on the bottom)

    Leave them at "Normal" unless you're gonna use the PXA-H100 -processor.



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    Re: Alpine 9886 (3 switches on the bottom)

    Thanks for the help
    Could you describe what their function is?




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    Re: Alpine 9886 (3 switches on the bottom)

    "EXT AP" stands for External Audio Processor.

    Leave them to Normal unless (like said above) you are gonna use the h100.
    When I had my 9886, I had a separate Audio processor, the H701, so i set it to EXT AP simply because thats where i needed to send out my signal (out of the AInet port) instead of the RCA's



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    Re: Alpine 9886 (3 switches on the bottom)

    Thanks for clearing that up for me




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