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    Alpine 9835

    I just got the 9835 brand new for $500 + tax. do u guys think i paid too much for it?







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    Re: Alpine 9835

    HOLY SH*T for a 35 you could of gotten a 55.



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    Re: Alpine 9835

    i didnt want the glide touch.




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    Re: Alpine 9835

    STILL 500$ for last years model. thats FREAKING high i think on ebay they are like 350$?



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    Re: Alpine 9835

    2 words

    FULL WARRANTY

    u want that on a headunit no matter what, unless its a great deal.. and 350 is still too much to loose of off say a couple buttons not functioning over time




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    Re: Alpine 9835

    i got the headunit from an authorized dealer.




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    Re: Alpine 9835

    Glide touch aint that bad. I first thought it was, but now its pretty cool and ez to use. I have the 9853. Also the 9835 and 9833 are more xpensive, I think cuase they have that Vdrive thingy that adds more power output, and some other features that are not that important.



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    Sub Amp: 1x Alpine MRD-M301 mono amp (400 rms/14.4volts @ 2ohms)
    Speaker Amp: Infinity 7520a (97 rms x2 /14.4volts @ 4 ohms)

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    Re: Alpine 9835

    Quote Originally Posted by LightningStryk7
    Glide touch aint that bad. I first thought it was, but now its pretty cool and ez to use. I have the 9853. Also the 9835 and 9833 are more xpensive, I think cuase they have that Vdrive thingy that adds more power output, and some other features that are not that important.
    how come you didnt go for the 9855?




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    Re: Alpine 9835

    he a lightweight




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    Re: Alpine 9835

    Well the 9853 was 100 cheaper and i dont really need anything else thats on the 9855. The only thing that might be nice is that it has 4 volt pre amp outs instead of 2, but that its like 100$ more. It does have that biolite, but im happy with the multi color display.



    Car: 1999 Plymouth Neon

    Head Unit: Alpine CDA-9853
    Components: RE RE comps in some custom kick panels.
    Subs: 1x Alpine Type R 1242D In a vented 33 hz 3cuft box. (redesiging)
    Sub Amp: 1x Alpine MRD-M301 mono amp (400 rms/14.4volts @ 2ohms)
    Speaker Amp: Infinity 7520a (97 rms x2 /14.4volts @ 4 ohms)

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    Re: Alpine 9835

    Could anyone help me setup an I-personalize for my car.. I need some bass shooting out of the speakers. I have Alpine 9833, Alpine front speakers, Alpine rears.. Profile Amp powering the speakers.. Hifonics 1500D on 12" xxx ported to 32hz. Can anyone help me? I like those new wallpapers 2

    best wishes,
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    Re: Alpine 9835

    i have the 9833, paid $535 for it after tax/install



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    Re: Alpine 9835

    Quote Originally Posted by MarkP
    Could anyone help me setup an I-personalize for my car.. I need some bass shooting out of the speakers. I have Alpine 9833, Alpine front speakers, Alpine rears.. Profile Amp powering the speakers.. Hifonics 1500D on 12" xxx ported to 32hz. Can anyone help me? I like those new wallpapers 2

    best wishes,
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    start lowering your highpass crossover

    i ditched my rears, with time correction, i felt i didnt need them and its easier to set the time correction

    i just tweek the front left one until around 1.5 or so until the vocals sound centered

    i also dont use the xover on my amp, only my deck, lets me adjust everything from my seat



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    Re: Alpine 9835

    i paid $500 also for my 9835. 3 year warranty and $100 credit toward new HU if mine is stolen. i think it was a fair price and im still sceptical about the 9855. when i looked on ebay, the 9835's were $450 shipped




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    Re: Alpine 9835

    paid 547 for mine

    i beat you all...

    and i installed it myself =P




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