Question about Alpine CDA-9833 CD Player
I was recently installing a XM system on to the CDA-9833, when I stupidly cut off the pig tail that was not being used between the AI port and the XM controller. I did not understand, at the time, that I could daisy chain on other components like a CD changer or what ever to that empty end of the cable. I was able to get the XM preview channel before I made the cut. I bought a new cable and XM receiver and controller and that still did not work. The CDA-9833 still plays CDs, I still get radio but no AI-Net functions. Thanks for the help.
If the radio was still plugged in when you cut it (such a BAAAADDD idea....) it likely shorted the data pins to the power pins which fried the AI net processor. There is no fix for that. It's toast.
Posted on Dec 08, 2007
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