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    XM radio for alpine CDA-9827

    Sup guys, this xmas i want XM radio. I have the cda-9827 which has the inbuilt xm controls, but all i need is the tuner.

    in my 9827 manual, it says i need the TUA-T021XM tuner. Ive been looking around on ebay and whatnot and i can only find the TUA-T020XM. im wondering if that would still work with my head unit.

    any help would be appreciated



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    Re: XM radio for alpine CDA-9827

    If it's going to be Alpine brand what you want, good luck. I am still looking for one as well. Call crutchfield. Think Alpine is lagging on that not sure why.



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    Re: XM radio for alpine CDA-9827

    Alpine is supposed to release their adaptor cable for the TERK universal XM tuner. The combo is supposed to cost around $100. I have heard this for months though and they always push back on the date. I got fed up and went and bought the Sirius package. The Model number you want is the SIR-ALP1. Everyone will tell you that you have to have a 2004 model HU. They are WRONG. I have heard this from Crutchfield and a couple of local installers. I called an Alpine tech and he said they do work. So I went and bought one, and it works great!

    Took me about 15 minutes to install and activate. Don't wait on XM, get Sirius now...




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    Re: XM radio for alpine CDA-9827

    Quote Originally Posted by valeech
    Alpine is supposed to release their adaptor cable for the TERK universal XM tuner. The combo is supposed to cost around $100. I have heard this for months though and they always push back on the date. I got fed up and went and bought the Sirius package. The Model number you want is the SIR-ALP1. Everyone will tell you that you have to have a 2004 model HU. They are WRONG. I have heard this from Crutchfield and a couple of local installers. I called an Alpine tech and he said they do work. So I went and bought one, and it works great!

    Took me about 15 minutes to install and activate. Don't wait on XM, get Sirius now...

    so is there a way to get sirius to work with my head unit? cuz my dad wants to get sirius. I dont really care, i just wanted XM because it is integrated into my head unit.


    i also found a universal tuner

    http://www.xmfanstore.com/showproduct.php?id=xmdirectam


    it says the alpine set up wont be ready till december of 04 and it is december of 04!!!

    anybody know anythign about that



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    Re: XM radio for alpine CDA-9827

    ****** i found the sirius tuner for alpine. my head unit is a 2004 so it should work. I think ill just end up getting this. The XM stuff for alpine seems to expensive

    http://www.crutchfield.com/S-tvW7Aju...0&I=607SIRALP1



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    Re: XM radio for alpine CDA-9827

    exactly! For $80 I got Sirius versus more than $100 for XM. Plus Alpine has said that the XM stuff will be out since 10/03. I doubt it will be out this month.

    I have a cda-9811 and it works fine. You won't be disappointed.




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    Re: XM radio for alpine CDA-9827

    awesome man thx



    2001 Toyota Avalon XL

    Head unit: Alpine CDA-9827 (awesome)
    Sat Tuner: Alpine/Sirius SIR-ALP1

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