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    alpine 9835 vs 9835r?

    is there any difference in these?



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    Re: alpine 9835 vs 9835r?

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    Deck: Alpine cda-105
    Subwoofers: 2 12" American Bass XFL in a 4.0 cu box
    Subwoofer Amp: Pure Audio 3000.1D
    Speakers: 6.5" Kicker in the front, 5.25" Kicker in the rear.
    Speaker Amp: Alpine PDX-5
    Electrical: 2 yellow top optima batteries 0 Gauge wiring with 200A circuit breaker and 8 gauge wiring for smaller amp.

    references:
    [/url]http://www.caraudio.com/forum/showthread.php?t=371311[/url]

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    Re: alpine 9835 vs 9835r?

    I think they are one and same? I checked the Alpine site and can locate the user manual for the CDA-9835 but not for anything listed as the CDA-9835R.




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    Re: alpine 9835 vs 9835r?

    I think they are one and same? I checked the Alpine site and can locate the user manual for the CDA-9835 but not for anything listed as the CDA-9835R.




    Eddie Izzard: Squirrels always eat nuts with two hands, always two hands, "arararar", and occasionally, they stop and go...oh, uh, ah, as if they're going, "Did I leave the gas on? No! No, I'm a fucking squirrel!"

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    Re: alpine 9835 vs 9835r?

    Damn double post strikes again!




    Eddie Izzard: Squirrels always eat nuts with two hands, always two hands, "arararar", and occasionally, they stop and go...oh, uh, ah, as if they're going, "Did I leave the gas on? No! No, I'm a fucking squirrel!"

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    Re: alpine 9835 vs 9835r?

    The 9835 is the American version. The 9835R is the European version. You'll have more FM stations, even though we don't have anything over here to use those bands. You'll also get RDS on that one, which is a rather nice feature. If I could find a 9835R/9855R, I'd buy that up quickly.



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