I had this alpine radio which probably was rare idk.


ELS122

CarAudio.com Newbie
Dec 22, 2019
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Latvia
so I had this alpine "finish line" head unit, it had a 4 track head, cassette player that could switch directions automatically, also had a small LCD at the corner, had a volume pot which doubled as an on/off switch and a balance control, it also had sliders for the high's and low's tone, it had 6 channel memory had some Dolby noise reduction for the cassette deck. it mounted in a slide-in cage that also had a DIN 5 CD changer connector, had 4 channels, audio connector I guess for the changer, wasn't line out or line in I checked. but I think it couldn't record cassettes. had LW, MW, and 2 FM bands. also, backlight buttons but only the letters were light, weren't the common transparent alpine buttons.
the worst part is that I took it apart and "destroyed it" when I was a kid.
the cassette player is unsavable, the amplifier board too, the display board I think is good, only a few dead switches, and the mainboard also is good.
I wanted to know if it was maybe some kind of rare model, or maybe someone needs a mainboard for it.
I don't have any pictures, the pieces are probably scattered around my house somewhere. it had "finish line" written in handwriting on the cassette lid!
 

marc2112

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Oct 12, 2012
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Montreal, Qc
Maybe it's an edition made for lambo or something. I have an old 7280 somewhere lol. Ebay is prolly the best place if you're selling for parts.
 
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Petrdragn33

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Dec 19, 2019
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so I had this alpine "finish line" head unit, it had a 4 track head, cassette player that could switch directions automatically, also had a small LCD at the corner, had a volume pot which doubled as an on/off switch and a balance control, it also had sliders for the high's and low's tone, it had 6 channel memory had some Dolby noise reduction for the cassette deck. it mounted in a slide-in cage that also had a DIN 5 CD changer connector, had 4 channels, audio connector I guess for the changer, wasn't line out or line in I checked. but I think it couldn't record cassettes. had LW, MW, and 2 FM bands. also, backlight buttons but only the letters were light, weren't the common transparent alpine buttons.
the worst part is that I took it apart and "destroyed it" when I was a kid.
the cassette player is unsavable, the amplifier board too, the display board I think is good, only a few dead switches, and the mainboard also is good.
I wanted to know if it was maybe some kind of rare model, or maybe someone needs a mainboard for it.
I don't have any pictures, the pieces are probably scattered around my house somewhere. it had "finish line" written in handwriting on the cassette lid!
Did it look like this?
Screenshot_20191222-181723_Samsung Internet.jpg
 

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