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- Product InformationGet the most out of your system with superior quality music output with the Alpine CDA-9886 USB in dash receiver. Featuring a CD receiver with a built-in amplifier, this Alpine in dash receiver produces 18 watts RMS, thereby giving you a rich and powerful audio performance. Supporting multiple sound formats including MP3, WMA, and AAC, this USB in dash receiver proves to be quite an accessible device. Boasting an attractive 2-line BioLite display, this Alpine in dash receiver features multiple playback options with a wide-viewing angle. Additionally, the Alpine CDA-9886 has a Bass Engine that delivers a crisp and tight tone. What’s more, this Alpine in dash receiver also supports a USB input that enables you to play music directly from your pen drive. All in all, the Alpine CDA-9886 lives up to Alpine’s reputation for in dash receivers with superb sound for you to enjoy whether you are driving to office or to a fun-filled vacation.
- Player TypeCD Player,MP3
- Tuner TypeFM / AM,Sirius,XM Radio
- Unit Size1 DIN
- Built-In Amplifier Power4 Channel x 50 Watt
- Built-In Amplifier RMS Power4 Channel x 18 Watt
- Anti-Theft ProtectionDetachable Face Panel
- Number of Channels4 Channel
- Controller TypeCD Changer,HD Ready,Sirius Ready,XM Ready,iPod,iPod / iPhone
- FeaturesAuxiliary Input,Detachable Face,HD Radio Ready,Satellite Radio Ready,USB Input
- Width7 in.
- Depth6.25 in.
- Height2 in.
- FM Presets12
- AM Presets6
- Manufacturer Warranty1 Year
Most relevant reviews
- c5z06nutJan 04, 2016by
Best audio unit i've ever owned
I hook this unit directly to my corolla 2006 stock speaker front, pioneer 5x7 in the rear. pre-out go to JL amp 500 powering the W7 12" JL. The sound is crystal clear, the built in amp works just fine. Overall, the control buttons are easy to use. I practically memorize all the button functions. The iPod and USB interface is a major plus. After 8 yrs, this unit still perform like brandnew. I am very impress with Alpine reputation and quality.
Verified purchase: No
- roge_ericMay 31, 2016by
Cda-9886 CD player
Great CD player, plays perfect. I love it... Thanks
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- jencsikMar 19, 2014by
Everything is perfect
In-dash AM/FM, CD, MP3, WMA, Bluetooth, HD and Satellite Radio Ready Receiver with Remote iPod interface cable included for iPod controls, charging and playback Detachable face BioLite high-definition display Wireless remote control included Blue button lighting CEA-2006 compliant amplifier Power Output: Peak: 50 watts x 4 channels RMS: 18 watts x 4 channels CD Text Display MP3 ID3 Tag Display (Title/Artist/Album) 2-year SonicElectronix.com warranty Playback and Audio Features:
- ato276Jan 17, 2011by
Good... But Is It Worth It?
This is a great head unit. No doubt about that. It has everything. It plays CDs (duh). It plays iPod (cool). It plays songs from generic media, like flash drives (via female usb adapter) (awesome!). It even plays things from really far away Using Bluetooth (zomgwtfexplode). And it looks like it came straight off the set of Avatar, what with the superbright blue LED faceplate. That said, I do have a few bones to pick. Number one, the ipod and usb cable are in the back of the unit meaning they invariably lead into the unholy recesses of your dash. What this means is that, to make use of your ipod or flash drive cables you have to extract them. Somehow. And fend off the souls of the damned and cacodemons who are sure to come flying out. If you're like me you'll do this with a hammer, the new britney spears album and a fifth of captain. The good news is that you can have them come out anywhere in your car, wherever its most convenient, like the little compartment right behind your parking break. Number two, there is no where to plug a usb or ipod cable into the faceplate. I think this would have been a much better design choice than having Herucles the car gnome be able to play his favorite albums from inside the dash. Number three, you might have to ask Herucles for a loan to buy this thing because of the amount of gp you will sink into this bad boy. I bought mine used for USD 165. And they don't even make this model anymore! A vigin model will run you 200 and up. Take a gander at, for instance, http://www.engadget.com/2010/01/07/alpine-intros-pandora-controlling-ida-x305s-head-unit-ina-w900/ I won't speak to its compatibility with speakers over 12'' because I don't have them in my ride. In summary, good sound, beautiful faceplate, but you must ask yourself.... is it worth it? Read full review
- raynman_redJun 10, 2009by
I had an alpine system in my conversion van years back and it was my pride and joy. Sweet sounding system. My son was in need of replacing the factory stereo in his 96 Buick LeSabre and we went with the Alpine. Had it installed and we are impressed. Good sound with the factory speakers (going to replace them too). The radio reception is better than good. Has a USB hookup so he can install his mp3 player or a portable hard drive. Lots of great options. The display is attractive and everything is easy to use. We didnt' get the remote with this one, but I'm not sure what you need a remote for in a car stereo.