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I have an apline cda 9835 head unit and would like to connect my ipod without using a mini jack. I purchased a wire from best buy but it does not seem to fit the wire connection on the rear of the head unit. It look like the right wire but just does not click in place. I can not find my user manual and believe I need an external part in order to make the connection. I would like to know what the wire on the rear of the head unit is. I have a sub wire, ant wire, ai net wire, the normal power and speaker wires but do not know what the remaining wire is for. Let me know. I also have a 6 disc changer connnected and would like to know how I would connect all of this together.
I would like to know what I would need to connect my ipod directly to the head unit and control my ipod thru the head unit.
I saw an auction on ebal for a sirius part which alows you to coneect it with the ai net wire. Since the unit is XM ready would this work?

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SOURCE: CDA - 9833 AI-Net issue

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

SOURCE: Screen says searching when iPod connected to Alpine CDA-9847

Check your ipod to see if it is shuffle mode. Alpine doesn't document this but they have a bug that causes the problem that you describe. If the ipod is in shuffle mode the Alpine gets confused.

Posted on Sep 29, 2008

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SOURCE: Cable to Connect my Ipod to my CDA-9847

I have what you need

Posted on Nov 15, 2008

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SOURCE: Alpine 9884 and ipod hook up

No. This unit is designed to choose songs through the deck itself

Posted on Nov 28, 2008

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SOURCE: Alpine CDA 9835

Sounds like you lost the power on your memory wire (yellow) some how. Check power on both the red ad yellow and make sure that you have 12v going to both.

Larry T
Winona Lake, IN
http://www.cybersoundsaudio.com/cybersounds/vehiclepics.html

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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