Question about Alpine CDM-9801 CD Player
I have had an Alpine CDM9801 in my car for about 8 years. I started to remove it (to put in a new stereo with an AUX input so that I can play my MP3 player directly through the stereo). Before I could get it out I noticed a small hole on the side that says "IN". Is it possible that it is an AUX input? It is a little hard to reach but it looks like it might be threaded so I am doubtful but I no longer have the manual and don't know too much about this kind of thing. Does anybody know?
The Alpine CDM-9801 does have an "AUX" input. It requires the use of Alpine's optional cable, the KCM-122B. But most likely it connects in the back, not the side.
Even though that model is no longer in production, you can download a copy of the manual from Crutchfield.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 27, 2009
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