Question about Alpine Car Audio & Video
Yes after speaking to a alpine tech at their support centre it was due to on of the cables on the back of the stereo which is used to detect a blue tooth device was touching a earth connection so has to insulate the cable now all working ok.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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