Question about Alpine CDA-7892 CD Player
You didn't specify if you wanted the display brighter in the daytime while headlights are off or if it is too dim when the headlights are on, with respect to the rest of the instrument panel illumination. Too bright is easier to deal with but too dim is tough. If it is always too dim under but daytime and night time conditions the only way to improve brightness would be to very gently disassemble the front panel (easier if it is the removable type) and determine what provides the back lighting. If there are tiny LEDS you could painstakingly add more LEDS or swap them out for brighter LEDS. There could be a lot of guesswork determining if this or that LED was brighter than what is in the unit as built. It may just be easier to live with it as-is.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the alpine should recognize it as a "changer" when you select the source; ie: radio, CD, changer. Sounds simple, but have you turned up the volume on the iPod?
The Alpine adapter is $100, but works great, you can totally control all your iPods functions, and it displays all song info on the Alpine decks display.
Posted on Feb 06, 2008
just run the rca wires from the back of your radio to your amp as well run a direct power wire from your battery to your amp then run a ground wire somewhere on your cars metal surface look for a bolt that you can loosen to whrap the wire around then run a wire from your fuse box tap into a fuse socket that is only powered when the ignition is on you can buy a complete amp wireing kit at pepboys or walmart that will come with instructions good luck....
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
SOURCE: adjust clock on alpine cda-9884
Look on the bottom part of your faceplate and there will be a button with a (F) on it and you hold it then you will figure the rest out. Or just look in your owners manual.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
SOURCE: Display stopped working
My Alpine CDA-7842 works fine from a functional point of view but the
display (readout) had stopped working. All the lights on the display
work but the actual readout is blank. At first the readout would
intermittently work now it's completely dead. Any assistance would be
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
I believe you need the Alpine KCA-410C - Ai-Net multi-changer/versatile link adapter before you can input from an external source directly.
Posted on May 08, 2009
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