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Alpine cda-9815rb I have just purchased the Alpine Alpine cda-9815rb...in car stereo.I want to know how to save and store the sound settings (bass ,treble, balance,fade, and the finer settings for the bass focus...etc)...as after I turn the unit off..It seems to return to default settings.

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I solved this problem by calling Alpine Electronics customer services.

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