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Alpine CDA-9857 Hi, will an ipod plug straight into this, without an interface? Thanks

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No it wont you can get on ebay and get the cable for like $10.oo and that will get you going k man

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You need to purchase a 30 (thirty) dollar cable from best buy. Mike

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How ican conect my ipod

here's your best start...
jump on eBay and type in your model number: CDA-9857

Lots of the ipod input adapters out there on eBay.
The adapters hook up to the back of the Alpine CDA-9857 deck.

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How can I get my ipod to work on the Alpine CDA-7892?

Ai-NET/RCA Interface cable (KCA-121B)
Converts the changer port to RCAs... then an RCA to female 3.5mm female adapter.
Or an FM Modulator.

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Hi i turn my alpine on and i have 2 retune the radio stations i store them but when i get back in my car i have 2 start 2 retune any idears

Probably you dont have the constant pos (+) wire hooked up to hot (+) wire and only to a source that is switched. Switched means every time your key is removed from ignition switch the positive current from that source will also power down. There are two positive leads from the unit, 1 always hot and the other needs to be switchable. The constant hot (usually yellow) powers the memory for your settings. Just like your television set, once you pull the cord off the socket everything returns to default setting.

Oct 20, 2009 | Alpine CDA-9857 CD Player

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Alpine CDA-9857 Volume Fluctuations

Please see my solution posted on Mar 13. No other brain waves yet!

Mar 13, 2008 | Alpine CDA-9857 CD Player

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Ipod connection instruction

you can get a set of phono leads with a jack on just one end?plug that in to the back of the head unit (depending on your pre out options and aux option) then plug it straight in to you ipod.
hope that helps?

Mar 08, 2008 | Alpine CDA-9851 CD Player

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Tuning Radio

Users manual is HERE.

The Constant +12 volt wire is the yellow one. Wiring connections begin on page 34.

Best of Luck.

Nov 26, 2007 | Alpine CDA-9857 CD Player

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Alpine cda 9857

You can download the manual from the link below: Please update the question & let us know if the information given was useful to you - Good Luck!

Aug 18, 2007 | Alpine CDA-9857 CD Player

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IPod interface acting up

You can't use search mode while you have mix enabled. Make sure Mix mode is off

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Alpine Ipod/Stereo Error 1 message

my alpine cda 9856 only displays that message when my ipod dies. so your ipod pobably dies then the head unit recharges it enough in the time your resetting it that it can play again. :)

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