Your head unit is fine. You do, however, need to pull up the iPersonalize menu in order to use your equalizer. This all depends on how you've hooked up your head unit. The iPersonalize menu will appear once you've gone through the same brake/parking brake sequence you use for viewing DVDs.
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ok i cant see your entire question but to adjust bass and treble on an alpine, you see the knob (the one which u use to turn volume up and down), push it in (itll click) then a screen/textt will come up and say bass or an option once it says bass, turn the knob up or down, then press in again and it will say treble or fader or something else, once again, adjust it and keep pressing in the knob until u reach the volume again. does it work? is this what u wanted?
I have an Alpine CDA-9813 and to access bass, treble, fade, and balance, you need to press the volume button. This button is usually rotated to adjust the volume but on mine, if you press it in, first time accesses bass, second press accesses treble, 3rd press accesses balance(left to right), and 4th press accesses fading (forward to rear. Press it a 5th time and it either brings you back to volume or back to the main screen. I think it is volume tho. I would assume that the 9853 would work very similar, if not the same.
Under the silver volume knob is a thin silver bar. Push it and the menu will pop up on the screen. Continue to push this bar to scroll through the different options. It controls bass, treble, balance, fade, sub volume etc. Good luck, hope this helped.
At the lower left of the unit, just right of the power button is a button marked LD, with A-M below that. Push this button and the display will say BATT, then, in a couple seconds it will display 2 numbers. The left number is the bass and can be adjusted with the select arrows (left & right arrows). The right number is the treble and can be adjusted with the volume arrows (up & down arrows). If you push the LD button once more, it will display BAL, then 2 numbers. The left is the left-right balance & the right is the front-back balance. They can be adjusted in the same way with the arrow keys. Hope this helps someone.