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here is mine. its the same except for the 2 circle buttons beside the vol knob, and has decent backgrounds unlike the one that is in the pic here. its the Pioneer DEH 4900IB. its not the best but not crap.
If you guys can break into my garage (without my dog starting to bark), disarm my alarm, and avoid getting clubbed in the head with whatever I find suitable, then power to you it's all yours. You obviously know what you're doing at that point, hell I'll help you uninstall it and package it up for you lmao.
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I'll have to disagree with you on that one. My CDA-9887 is the top of the line of the CD decks for this run. It's absolutely brilliant!
It even has Burr Brown IC's. The feature set is serious as well. Parametric EQ, Crossovers with more then enough adjustments in the right places (you can even set the crossovers to a true 3-way system).
The SQ of this deck is the best I've heard in a long, long time. On top of that I can turn off the internal amps when powering my speakers through an external amp. Also the Blackout (not new to high end Alpines) feature further enhances sound quality by turning off every single light on the deck (incl. the display) except for a tiny little LED that shows u the blackout function is on, and on top of that you can't beat this feature when driving at night.
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