Owner`s manual | Alpine CDA-7892 Car Stereo System User Manual

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FM/AM CD Player
FM/AM CD Receiver
CDA-7995/CDA-7894
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FM/AM CD Receiver
CDA-7893/CDA-7892
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ALPINE ELECTRONICS, INC.
Tokyo office: 1-1-8 Nishi Gotanda,
Shinagawa-ku,
Tokyo 141-8501, Japan
Tel.: (03) 3494-1101
ALPINE ELECTRONICS OF AMERICA, INC.
19145 Gramercy Place, Torrance,
California 90501, U.S.A.
Tel.: 1-800-ALPINE-1 (1-800-257-4631)
ALPINE ELECTRONICS OF CANADA, INC.
Suite 203, 7300 Warden Ave. Markham,
Ontario L3R 9Z6, Canada
Tel.: 1-800-ALPINE-1 (1-800-257-4631)
Melyi Printing Factory, Dalian, China
No. 28 Chang Qing Street, Xl Gang District, Dalian, China
ALPINE ELECTRONICS OF AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD.
6-8 Fiveways Boulevarde Keysborough,
Victoria 3173, Australia
Tel.: (03) 9769-0000
ALPINE ELECTRONICS GmbH
Kreuzerkamp 7-11 40878 Ratingen, Germany
Tel.: 02102-45 50
ALPINE ITALIA S.p.A.
Via C. Colombo 8, 20090 Trezzano Sul Naviglio
MI, Italy
Tel.: 02-48 47 81
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ALPINE ELECTRONICS FRANCE S.A.R.L.
(RCS PONTOISE B 338 101 280)
98, Rue De La Belle Etoile, Z.I. Paris Nord Il
B.P. 50016 F-95945, Roissy, Charles De Gaulle
Cedex, France
Tel.: 01-48 63 89 89
ALPINE ELECTRONICS OF U.K., LTD.
13 Tanners Drive, Blakelands, Milton Keynes
MK14 5BU, U.K.
Tel.: 01908-61 15 56
ALPINE ELECTRONICS DE ESPAÑA, S.A.
Portal De Gamarra 36, Pabellón 32
01013 Vitoria (Alava)-Apdo. 133, Spain
Tel.: 34-45-283588
Designed by ALPINE Japan
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CHA-S634
CHA-1214
• CD changer for CDA-7995/CDA7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892.
• Changeur CD pour CDA-7995/CDA7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892.
• Cambiador de CD para CDA-7995/
CDA-7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892.
• CD changer for CDA-7995/CDA7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892.
• Changeur CD pour CDA-7995/CDA7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892.
• Cambiador de CD para CDA-7995/
CDA-7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892.
CHM-S630
Alpine CD Changers Give You More!
More musical selections, more versatility, more convenience.
The CHA-S634 is a high-performance 6-disc changer with a new M DAC, CD-R/RW PLAY BACK, MP3
PLAY BACK and CD TEXT. The CHA-1214 Ai-NET model holds 12 discs, and the CHM-S630 M-Bus
model is a super-compact 6-disc changer with a CD-R/RW PLAY BACK.
Changeurs de CD Alpine : vous avez le choix!
Plus de sélections musicales, plus de souplesse, plus de confort.
Le modèle CHA-S634 est un changeur 6 disques ultra performant équipé des nouvelles fonctions M DAC,
CD-R/RW PLAY BACK, MP3 PLAY BACK et CD TEXT. Le modèle CHA-1214 Ai-NET contient 12
disques. Le modèle CHM-S630 M-Bus est un changeur 6 disques super compact doté de la fonction CD-R/
RW PLAY BACK.
¡Los cambiadores Alpine de CD le ofrecen más!
Más selecciones musicales, más versatilidad y más ventajas.
CHA-S634 es un cambiador de seis discos de alto rendimiento con nuevo M DAC, CD-R/RW PLAY BACK,
MP3 PLAY BACK y CD TEXT. El modelo CHA-1214 Ai-NET alberga 12 discos y el modelo CHM-S630
M-Bus es un cambiador de seis discos de tamaño reducido con un CD-R/RW PLAY BACK.
ENGLISH
Contents
Operating Instructions
WARNING
WARNING .................................................. 3
CAUTION ................................................... 3
PRECAUTIONS ......................................... 3
Basic Operation
Detaching the Front Panel ................................. 5
Attaching the Front Panel ................................. 5
Initial System Start-Up ..................................... 5
Turning Power On and Off ............................... 5
Display Angle Adjustment ................................ 5
Adjusting Volume/Balance (Between Left and
Right)/Fader (Between Front and Rear)/
Defeat ............................................................ 6
Audio Mute Function ........................................ 6
Displaying Time ................................................ 6
Setting Time ...................................................... 6
Setting the Bass Control ................................... 7
Setting the Treble Control ................................. 7
Adjusting the built-in Crossover ....................... 7
About the Time Correction ............................... 8
Bass Focus ........................................................ 9
Time Correction .............................................. 10
Setting the MX Mode ..................................... 10
Quick Searching Function .............................. 11
Blackout Mode On and Off (CDA-7995/
CDA-7894 only) .......................................... 11
Changing the Audio Level Display Pattern ..... 11
Displaying the Title/Text ................................. 12
Titling Discs/Stations ...................................... 13
Erasing Disc Title/Station Title ....................... 13
SETUP Operation
Switching the Tuner Mode .............................. 14
Changing Lighting Color (CDA-7894 only) ... 14
Dimmer Control (CDA-7995/CDA-7894/
CDA-7893 only) .......................................... 14
Subwoofer On and Off .................................... 14
Sound (Beep) Guide Function ........................ 15
Turning Mute Mode On/Off ............................ 15
Scroll Setting ................................................... 15
Setting the AUX Mode (V-Link) ..................... 15
Connecting to an External Amplifier
(CDA-7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892 Only) .. 16
Setting the Defeat of the External Input ......... 16
Demonstration ................................................. 17
Adjusting Display Contrast
(CDA-7995 only) ......................................... 17
Radio Operation
Manual Tuning ................................................ 18
Automatic Seek Tuning .................................. 18
Manual Storing of Station Presets .................. 18
Automatic Memory of Station Presets ............ 19
Tuning to Preset Stations ................................ 19
CD Player Operation
Opening and Closing the Movable display ..... 20
Playback .......................................................... 20
Music Sensor (Skip) ........................................ 21
Fast Forward and Backward ........................... 21
Repeat Play ..................................................... 21
M.I.X. (Random Play) .................................... 22
Scanning Programs ......................................... 22
Controlling CD Changer (Optional) ............... 22
Multi-Changer Selection ................................. 23
1-EN
MP3 Operation
Playing MP3 Files (CDA-7995/
CDA-7894 only) .......................................... 24
Playing MP3 Files with the CD Changer
(Optional) .................................................... 24
Music Sensor (Skip) ........................................ 24
Fast Forward and Backward ........................... 25
Selecting Folders ............................................. 25
File Search ...................................................... 25
Repeat Play ..................................................... 25
M.I.X. (Random Play) .................................... 25
Scanning Programs ......................................... 25
Setting the Range of MP3 File Selection ........ 26
Playing MP3 Data ........................................... 26
About MP3 ...................................................... 26
XM Radio Operation
Receiving XM Channels with the XM Receiver
(Optional) .................................................... 28
Checking the XM Radio ID Number .............. 28
Storing XM Channel Presets ........................... 29
Receiving Stored XM Channels ...................... 29
Category Search .............................................. 29
Changing the Display ...................................... 29
Remote Control Operation
Controls on Remote Control ........................... 30
Battery Replacement ....................................... 31
Information
In Case of Difficulty ....................................... 32
Specifications .................................................. 35
2-EN
Installation and Connections
Warning ........................................................... 36
Caution ............................................................ 36
Precautions ...................................................... 36
Installation ...................................................... 37
Connections .................................................... 38
LIMITED WARRANTY
WARNING
WARNING
This symbol means important instructions. Failure
to heed them can result in serious injury or death.
DO NOT OPERATE ANY FUNCTION THAT TAKES YOUR
ATTENTION AWAY FROM SAFELY DRIVING YOUR
VEHICLE.
Any function that requires your prolonged attention should only
be performed after coming to a complete stop. Always stop the
vehicle in a safe location before performing these functions.
Failure to do so may result in an accident.
KEEP THE VOLUME AT A LEVEL WHERE YOU CAN STILL
HEAR OUTSIDE NOISE WHILE DRIVING.
Failure to do so may result in an accident.
MINIMIZE DISPLAY VIEWING WHILE DRIVING.
Viewing the display may distract the driver from looking ahead of
the vehicle and cause an accident.
CAUTION
This symbol means important instructions. Failure
to heed them can result in injury or material
property damage.
HALT USE IMMEDIATELY IF A PROBLEM APPEARS.
Failure to do so may cause personal injury or damage to the
product. Return it to your authorized Alpine dealer or the nearest
Alpine Service Center for repairing.
DO NOT MIX NEW BATTERIES WITH OLD BATTERIES.
INSERT WITH THE CORRECT BATTERY POLARITY.
When inserting the batteries, be sure to observe proper polarity (+
and –) as instructed. Rupture or chemical leakage from the
battery may cause fire or personal injury.
KEEP FINGERS AWAY WHILE THE MOTORIZED FRONT
PANEL OR MOVING MONITOR IS IN MOTION.
Failure to do so may result in personal injury or damage to the
product.
DO NOT DISASSEMBLE OR ALTER.
Doing so may result in an accident, fire or electric shock.
USE ONLY IN CARS WITH A 12 VOLT NEGATIVE GROUND.
(Check with your dealer if you are not sure.) Failure to do so may
result in fire, etc.
KEEP SMALL OBJECTS SUCH AS BATTERIES OUT OF THE
REACH OF CHILDREN.
Swallowing them may result in serious injury. If swallowed,
consult a physician immediately.
USE THE CORRECT AMPERE RATING WHEN REPLACING
FUSES.
Failure to do so may result in fire or electric shock.
DO NOT BLOCK VENTS OR RADIATOR PANELS.
Doing so may cause heat to build up inside and may result in fire.
USE THIS PRODUCT FOR MOBILE 12V APPLICATIONS.
Use for other than its designed application may result in fire,
electric shock or other injury.
PRECAUTIONS
Temperature
Be sure the temperature inside the vehicle is between +60°C
(+140°F) and –10°C (+14°F) before turning your unit on.
Moisture Condensation
You may notice the CD playback sound wavering due to
condensation. If this happens, remove the disc from the player
and wait about an hour for the moisture to evaporate.
Damaged Disc
Do not attempt to play cracked, warped, or damaged discs.
Playing a bad disc could severely damage the playback
mechanism.
Maintenance
If you have problems, do not attempt to repair the unit yourself.
Return it to your Alpine dealer or the nearest Alpine Service
Station for servicing.
DO NOT PLACE HANDS, FINGERS OR FOREIGN OBJECTS
IN INSERTION SLOTS OR GAPS.
Doing so may result in personal injury or damage to the product.
3-EN
WARNING
Correct Handling
PRECAUTIONS
Do not drop the disc while handling. Hold the disc so you will
not leave fingerprints on the surface. Do not affix tape, paper, or
gummed labels to the disc. Do not write on the disc.
Never Attempt the Following
Do not grip or pull out the disc while it is being pulled back into
the player by the automatic reloading mechanism.
Do not attempt to insert a disc into the unit when the unit power
is off.
CORRECT
INCORRECT
CORRECT
Inserting Discs
Your player accepts only one disc at a time for playback. Do not
attempt to load more than one disc.
Make sure the label side is facing up when you insert the disc.
Your player will automatically eject any disc that is inserted
incorrectly. If the player continues to eject a correctly inserted
disc, push the RESET switch with a pointed object such as a
ballpoint pen.
Playing a disc while driving on a very bumpy road may result in
skips, but this will not scratch the disc or damage the player.
Disc Cleaning
Fingerprints, dust, or soil on the surface of the disc could cause
the CD player to skip. For routine cleaning, wipe the playing
surface with a clean, soft cloth from the centre of the disc to the
outer edge. If the surface is heavily soiled, dampen a clean, soft
cloth in a solution of mild neutral detergent before cleaning the
disc.
New Discs
As a protective measure to prevent the CD from jamming, the CD
player will automatically eject discs with irregular surfaces or
inserted incorrectly. When a new disc is inserted into the player
and ejected after initial loading, using your finger, feel around the
inside of the centre hole and outside edge of the disc. If you feel
any small bumps or irregularities, this could inhibit proper
loading of the disc. To remove the bumps, rub the inside edge of
the hole and outside edge of the disc with a ballpoint pen or other
such instrument, then insert the disc again.
Center Hole
Bumps
Center Hole
Outside
(Bumps)
Be sure to use round shape discs only for this unit and never use
any special shape discs.
Use of special shape discs may cause damage to the mechanism.
Installation Location
Make sure the CDA-7995/CDA-7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892 will
not be installed in a location subjected to:
Direct sun and heat
High humidity and water
Excessive dust
Excessive vibrations
4-EN
There are various accessories available on the market for
protecting the disc surface and improving sound quality.
However, most of them will influence the thickness and/or
diameter of the disc. Using such accessories can cause the disc to
be out of standard specifications and may create operational
problems. We recommend not using these accessories on discs
played in Alpine CD players.
New
Disc
Irregular Shaped Discs
•
•
•
•
Disc Accessories
Transparent Sheet
Disc Stabilizer
Basic Operation
Initial System Start-Up
POWER
Be sure to press the RESET switch when using the unit
for the first time, after installing the CD changer, etc., or
after changing the car battery.
RESET
1
2
ANGLE 89
Make sure that the power of the unit is off. If the power
is on, press and hold the POWER button for at least 3
seconds to turn off the unit.
Press the RESET switch with a ballpoint pen, or any
other pointed object.
Detaching the Front Panel
1
2
3
Press and hold the POWER button for more than 3
seconds to turn off the power.
Turning Power On and Off
1
Press the
(Release) button at upper left side until
the front panel pops out.
Press the POWER button to turn on the unit.
NOTE
The unit can be turned on by pressing any other button except
the eject c and CLK/TITLE button.
Grasp the left side of the front panel and pull it out.
The volume level gradually increases to the previous
level you were listening to before the unit was turned
off. Press and hold the POWER button for at least 3
seconds to turn off the unit.
NOTES
• The front panel may become hot in normal usage (especially
the connector terminals on the back of the front panel.) This is
not a malfunction.
• To protect the front panel, place it in the supplied carrying
case.
NOTE
The first time power is turned on, the volume will start from level
12.
Display Angle Adjustment
Movable display
Attaching the Front Panel
1
2
First, insert the right side of the front panel into the
main unit. Align the groove on the front panel with the
projections on the main unit.
Push the left side of the front panel until it locks firmly
into the main unit.
2
1
1
The movable display may be adjusted to 3 different
angles depending upon user preference.
1
Press the ANGLE 89 button to adjust the angle of the
movable display.
NOTES
• The display will close a half minute after the ignition key is
turned to the OFF position.
• The adjusted angle of the display is stored in memory. There
is no need to re-adjust the angle when the power is turned
back on.
CAUTION
NOTES
• Before attaching the front panel, make sure that there is no
dirt or dust on the connector terminals and no foreign object
between the front panel and the main unit.
• Attaching the front panel carefully, holding the sides of the
front panel to avoid pushing buttons by mistake.
Keep hands (or any other object) away from the display while it
is opening or closing to avoid damage or injury. The back of the
movable display will get very warm under normal operating
conditions. This is not a malfunction. Do not touch.
5-EN
Basic Operation
Displaying Time
g DN
BAND
MODE (Rotary encoder)
1
Press the CLK (clock) button repeatedly until the time
is displayed.
Each press changes the modes as follows:
Radio mode
→ Radio frequency → Clock priority → TITLE mode
mode
CD Player/Changer modes
f UP X-OVER
CENTER f CLK
MUTE
DISC TEXT *
→ Playing time → Clock priority → mode
mode
TITLE mode
Adjusting Volume/Balance (Between
Left and Right)/Fader (Between Front
and Rear)/Defeat
1
TRACK
*
← TEXT mode ←
NOTES
• Selecting any tuner or CD function while in the clock priority
mode will interrupt the time display momentarily. The
function selected will be displayed for about 5 seconds before
the time returns to the display.
• When the power is off but the ignition key is on, press the CLK
button to display the time.
•∗ For CDA-7893/CDA-7892 models, the display above is shown
with a CD-TEXT compatible changer connected.
Press the MODE (Rotary encoder) button repeatedly
to choose the desired mode.
Each press changes the modes as follows:
→ BALANCE → FADER → DEFEAT
SUBWOOFER*← VOLUME ←
Volume : 0 ~ 35
Balance : L15 ~ R15
Fader: R15 ~ F15
Subwoofer: 0 ~ +15
mode
Setting Time
1
In the Clock priority mode, press and hold the CLK
(clock) button for at least 3 seconds while the time is
displayed. The time indication will blink.
NOTES
• If the MODE button is not pressed within 5 seconds after
selecting the BALANCE, FADER, DEFEAT or SUBWOOFER
mode, the unit automatically returns to the VOLUME mode.
• *When the subwoofer mode is OFF, its level cannot be
adjusted.
2
Turn the Rotary encoder until the desired sound is
obtained in each mode.
By setting Defeat ON, previously adjusted settings of
BASS, TREBLE will return to the factory defaults, but
MX will be turned off.
NOTE
Depending on the connected devices, some functions and display
indications do not work.
Audio Mute Function
Activating this function will instantly lower the volume
level by 20 dB.
1
Press the MUTE button to activate the MUTE mode.
The audio level will decrease by about
20 dB.
Pressing the MUTE button again will bring the audio
back to its previous level.
6-EN
2
3
4
Turn the Rotary encoder to adjust the hours while the
time indication is blinking.
When the hour has been adjusted, press the Rotary
encoder.
Turn the Rotary encoder to adjust the minutes while
the time indication is blinking. The time is automatically
set 5 seconds after the minute adjustment. The time
can also be manually set by pressing the Rotary
encoder.
Setting the Bass Control
2-2 Setting the treble Level:
Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired Treble
Level (–7~+7).
You can emphasize the treble frequency.
You can change the Bass Frequency emphasis to
create your own tonal preference.
1
NOTES
• If no buttons are pressed within 5 seconds, the Treble control
setting will be turned off automatically.
• The settings of the Treble Level will be individually
memorized for each source (FM, AM, XM, CD, etc.) until the
setting is changed. Once you set Treble frequency for one of
sources (FM, AM, XM, CD, etc.), this setting becomes
effective for all those sources. Depending on the connected
devices, some functions and display indications do not work.
• This function is inoperable when DEFEAT is ON.
Press the CENTER f button to select the BASS (bass
Center frequency) control mode.
→ BASS → TREBLE → normal mode
2-1 Setting the bass Center frequency:
Press the g DN or f UP button to select the
desired bass center frequency.
→ 60Hz ↔ 70Hz ↔ 80Hz ↔ 90Hz ←
→ 180Hz ↔ 150Hz ↔ 130Hz ↔ 100Hz←
Emphasizes the displayed Bass frequency ranges.
2-2 Setting the bass Band Width (Q-Factor):
Press the BAND button to select the desired bass
Band Width.
Adjusting the built-in Crossover
The High and Low Pass Filters on this unit can be
adjusted to suit your personal taste.
1
→ B. Width1 → B. Width2 → B. Width3 → B. Width4
(Wide) ←.....................................→ (Narrow)
Changes the bass boost band width to wide or narrow.
A wide setting will boost a wide range of frequencies
above and below the center frequency. A narrower
setting will boost only frequencies near the center
frequency.
2-3 Setting the bass Level:
Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired bass
Level (–7~+7).
You can emphasize or weaken the bass frequency.
Repeat this procedure to select the desired parameter.
→ HPF → LPF∗ → normal mode
∗ When the subwoofer output of this unit is turned
OFF, LPF and phase are deactivated.
2
1.
Setting the Treble Control
You can change the Treble Frequency emphasis to
create your own tonal preference.
1
Press the CENTER f button to select the TREBLE
(treble Center frequency) control mode.
→ BASS → TREBLE → normal mode
Press the g DN or f UP button to select the
desired setting.
HPF (Setting the High Pass Filter):
FLAT (OFF) ↔ 80Hz ↔ 120Hz ↔160Hz
Outputs all frequencies higher than that selected
according to your preference.
NOTES
• If no buttons are pressed within 5 seconds, the Bass control
setting will be turned off automatically.
• The settings of the Bass Level will be individually memorized
for each source (FM, AM, XM, CD, etc.) until the setting is
changed. Once you set Bass frequency and Bass Band Width for
one of sources (FM, AM, XM, CD, etc.), this setting becomes
effective for all those sources. Depending on the connected
devices, some functions and display indications do not work.
• This function is inoperable when DEFEAT is ON.
Press and hold the X-OVER button for at least 2
seconds.
2.
LPF(Setting the Low Pass Filter):
FLAT (OFF) ↔ 80Hz ↔ 120Hz ↔160Hz
Outputs all frequencies lower than that selected
according to your preference.
(Only available when using the subwoofer output from
this unit.)
NOTES
• If no buttons are pressed within 5 seconds, the setup menu
returns to the normal audio display.
• These functions are inoperative when an external, Ai-NET
processor is connected.
• If HPF, LPF, Bass Control and Treble Control are all set to
ON, depending on the Bass Control and Treble Control
settings, you may not be able to reinforce the sound effect.
• Except when the HPF and LPF is turned OFF, the subwoofer
is in monaural mode.
• When the subwoofer is set to OFF, LPF mode and change of
phase does not work.
2-1Setting the treble Center frequency:
Press g DN or f UP button to select the desired
treble Center frequency.
→ 10.0kHz ↔ 12.5kHz ↔ 15.0kHz ↔ 17.5kHz ←
Emphasizes the displayed Treble frequency ranges.
7-EN
Basic Operation
Here we calculate the time correction value for the front left
speaker in the diagram at the left.
BAND
Conditions:
Farthest Speaker – listening position : 2.25 m (88-9/16")
Front left speaker – listening position : 0.5 m (19-11/16")
Calculation: L = 2.25 m – 0.5 m = 1.75 m (68-7/8")
Time correction = 1.75 ÷ 343* × 1000 = 5.1 (ms)
*Speed of sound: 343 m/s (765 mph) at 20˚C
Rotary encoder
In other words, giving the front left speaker a time
correction value of 5.1 ms makes it seem as if the distance
to the front left speaker is the same as the distance to the
farthest speaker.
T. CORR
About the Time Correction
The distance between the listener and the speakers in a
car vary widely due to the special conditions of the mobile
environment. This difference in the distances from the
speakers to the listener creates a shift in the sounds image
and frequency characteristics. This is caused by the time
delay between the sound reaching the listener’s right
versus the left ear.
To correct this, the CDA-7995/CDA-7894/CDA-7893/CDA7892 is able to delay the audio signal to the speakers
closest to the listener. This effectively creates a perception
of increased distance for those speakers. The listener can
be placed at an equal distance between the left and right
speakers for optimum staging.
The adjustment will be made for each speaker in a step of
0.1 ms.
Example 1. Listening Position: Front Left Seat
Adjust the time correction level of the front left speaker to a
high value and the rear right to zero or a low value.
The sound is not balanced because the distance between
the listening position and the various speakers is different.
The difference in distance between the front left speaker
and the rear right speaker is 1.75 m (68-7/8").
Time correction eliminates the differences in the time
required for the sound to reach the listening position.
The time of the front left speaker is corrected by 5.1 ms so
that its sound reaches the listening position at the same
time as the sound of other speakers.
Example 2. Listening Position: All Seats
Adjust the time correction level of each speaker to almost
the same level.
1
2
3
5.1ms
0.5m
2.25m
∗
∗
Tips
* Subwoofer speaker.
You cannot change the Time Correction value for the
subwoofer, but you can set the subwoofer's apparent position
to the front by adjusting the Time Correction value of the front
and rear speakers.
For details, refer to the "Tips" on page 9.
8-EN
Sit in the listening position (driver’s seat, etc.) and
measure the distance (in meters) between your head
and the various speakers.
Calculate the difference between the distance to the
farthest speaker and the other speakers.
L = (distance to farthest speaker) – (distance to other
speakers)
Divide the distances calculated for the speakers by the
speed of sound (343 m/s (765 mph) at 20˚C).
These values are the time correction values for the
different speakers.
Bass Focus
The time difference between the front-rear/left-right
speakers, can be adjusted at the same time. With an
initial delay of 0.3 ms for each of the 0 to 39 steps,
audible time correction can be done. For finer
adjustment, use the procedure in the previous section
"Time Correction," for which the delay steps are 0.1 ms.
1
Example of Steps 2 and 3 Setting
(1) After entering corrections for the front (left and right)
speakers in STEP 5, the time difference is 1.5 ms for
both front-left and front-right speakers.
1.5ms
1.5ms
Press the T.CORR button to select the Bass Focus
mode.
→ Bass Focus mode → Time correction mode
Normal mode ←
2
∗
Press the BAND button to select the front-rear / leftright speakers.
FL
→
RL
FR
→
RR
Front (left-right)
speakers
FL
FR
RL
RR
(2) After entering corrections for the left (front and rear)
speakers in STEP 5, the time difference becomes 3.0
ms* for the front left speaker and 1.5 ms for the left
rear speaker.
* Because the time difference was already set to 1.5 ms
for the front left speaker in STEP 1, the additional
correction in STEP 5 makes the time difference of the
front left speaker 3.0 ms.
Left (front-rear)
speakers
3.0ms
FL
FR
RL
RR
←
FL
FR
RL
RR
←
1.5ms
1.5ms
1.5ms
1.5ms
Rear (left-right)
speakers
3
4
5
Right (front-rear)
speakers
Turn the Rotary encoder to adjust the front-rear / leftright delay.
For setting another channel (speaker), repeat the steps
2 and 3.
After setting, press the T.CORR to return to the normal
mode.
NOTES
∗
Tips
* Subwoofer speaker.
Delay (turn the rotary encoder) the audio signal to the front
(left and right) speakers to make the apparent position of the
subwoofer to be at the front. In doing this, the apparent
position between the front (left and right) speakers and
subwoofer will appear equal to the driver. After performing
above, you can change the positions of left and right speakers
by delaying the time .
• Any manual time correction adjustments will also affect
corrections made in Bass Focus. However, since the interval
of the manual mode is 0.1ms and that of Bass Focus is 1 step
(0.3ms), some difference may occur.
• Time Correction mode is automatically canceled if no buttons
are pressed within 15 seconds.
Continued
9-EN
Basic Operation
Setting the MX Mode
MX (Media Xpander) makes vocals or instruments
sound distinct regardless of the music source. The radio,
CD, and MP3, will be able to reproduce the music
clearly even in cars with a lot of road noise.
SOURCE BAND DISP/B. OUT Rotary encoder/Q. S.
1
2
T.CORR
MX
3
4
Time Difference Table
Number of
Steps
Time
Difference
(ms)
Number of
Steps
Time
Difference
(ms)
Number of
Steps
Time
Difference
(ms)
0
0.0
14
4.2
28
8.4
1
0.3
15
4.5
29
8.7
2
0.6
16
4.8
30
9.0
3
0.9
17
5.1
31
9.3
4
1.2
18
5.4
32
9.6
5
1.5
19
5.7
33
9.9
6
1.8
20
6.0
34
10.2
7
2.1
21
6.3
35
10.5
8
2.4
22
6.6
36
10.8
9
2.7
23
6.9
37
11.1
10
3.0
24
7.2
38
11.4
11
3.3
25
7.5
39
11.6
12
3.6
26
7.8
13
3.9
27
8.1
Before performing the following procedures, refer to
"About the Time Correction" (page 8).
Make time corrections by pressing the T.CORR button.
Each press changes the modes as follows:
→ Bass Focus mode → Time correction mode
Normal mode ←
2
Select a speaker to be adjusted by pressing the BAND
button.
→F–L→F–R→R–L→R–R
3
4
5
Adjust the desired time correction value by turning the
Rotary encoder.
For setting another speaker, repeat the step 2 and 3.
After setting, press the Rotary encoder to return to the
normal mode.
NOTE
Time Correction mode is automatically canceled if no buttons
are pressed within 15 seconds.
10-EN
Press the SOURCE button to select the source you
want to MX (Media Xpander)-correct.
Press and hold the MX button for at least 2 seconds to
select the MX mode.
Turn the Rotary encoder to select your preferred
mode or OFF (NON EFECT).
FM (MX level 1 to 3):
The medium to high frequencies become more clear,
and produces well balanced sound in all the bands.
CD (MX level 1 to 3):
CD mode processes a large quantity of data. This data
is used to reproduce the sound cleanly by making use
of the data quantity.
MP3/XM (MX level 1 to 3):
This corrects information that was omitted at the time
of compression. This reproduces a well-balanced
sound close to the original.
DVD (Video CD) (MX level 1 to 2):
The dialog portion of the video is reproduced more
clearly.
DVD (CD) (MX level 1):
This disk contains a large quantity of data such as
music clip. MX uses this data to reproduce the sound
accurately.
AUX (MX level 1):
Choose the MX mode (MP3, MUSIC, or MOVIE) that
corresponds to the media connected.
Time Correction
1
Press the MX button to select MX ON.
5
After setting, press the Rotary encoder to return to the
normal mode.
NOTES
• By “Setting the Defeat of the external input” (page 16) to ON,
operation is bypassed.
• To cancel MX mode for all music sources, press the MX
button to turn MX off.
• MX mode is automatically canceled if no buttons are pressed
within 15 seconds.
• Each music source, such as radio, CD, and MP3 can have its
own MX setting.
• On disks with both MP3 and CD-DA, when the source
changes from “MP3 to CD-DA” or “CD-DA to MP3”, the
MX-mode switching process may take a little time before a
piece is played due to.
• Setting to MX OFF makes MX mode of each music source
OFF.
• This function is inoperable when DEFEAT is ON.
Quick Searching Function
You can easily select tracks and files.
1
2
3
Press the SOURCE button to set the desired source
mode.
( CD mode is explained here as an example)
When setting the CD mode, press and hold the Q.S.
button for at least 2 seconds. The mode changes to the
Q.S. (Quick Search) setting.
Select a desired track by turning the Rotary encoder
to the right or left.
• CD/Changer mode: Track can be selected.
• XM mode: Channel can be selected. (It is not
possible to select in the tuner mode)
• MP3 mode: File number can be selected.
4
Changing the Audio Level Display
Pattern
You can select the Audio Level Display from three
display patterns (For the CDA-7892 model, only pattern
1 is displayed). You can also deactivate the display.
1
Press DISP button to switch the display pattern.
CDA-7995/CDA-7894/CDA-7893:
→ Pattern1 → Pattern2 → Pattern3 → OFF
CDA-7892:
Pattern display ↔ OFF
When the setting is completed, the Q.S. mode is
canceled by pressing the Rotary encoder.
NOTES
The Q.S. mode is automatically canceled after 10 seconds if no
buttons are pressed during step 2 and 3.
Blackout Mode On and Off
(CDA-7995/CDA-7894 only)
When the Blackout mode is turned on, the display will
turn off to reduce power consumption.
This additional power enhances the sound quality.
1
Press and hold the B.OUT button for at least 3
seconds to start the blackout mode. By doing so the
display will turn off.
NOTE
If any button on the unit is pressed during the blackout mode, the
function will be displayed for 5 seconds to show the operation
before returning to Blackout mode.
To cancel the blackout mode, press and hold the
B.OUT button for at least 3 seconds.
11-EN
Basic Operation
-/J
BAND
Rotary encoder
MP3 mode: (MP3 files can be played back with the
CDA-7893/CDA-7892 models if an MP3 compatible
changer is connected.)
↓
g DN
f UP
ELAPSED TIME DISPLAY
↓
CLOCK DISPLAY
↓
FOLDER NAME DISPLAY
↓
FILE NAME DISPLAY
↓
ID3 TAG DISPLAY∗2
↓
FRAME DISPLAY∗3
TITLE
∗1 Displayed during playback of a disc with CD Text.
Displaying the Title/Text
It is possible to display the CD/Station title if the title has
been previously inputted. For details, see “Titling Disc/
Stations” (page 13). Text information, such as the disc
name and the track name, will be displayed if playing a
CD text compatible disc. It is also possible to display the
folder name, the file name, and the ID3 tag, etc. while
playing MP3 files.
1
Press the TITLE button.
The mode will change every time the button is
pressed.
About “Title” and “Text”
Title: With this device, it is possible to input the CD/
Station name (refer to page 13). This inputted name
is referred to as a “title.”
You cannot input or display titles on MP3 discs.
Text: Text compatible CDs contain text information such
as the disc name and track name. Such text
information is referred to as “text.”
Radio mode:
↓
FREQUENCY DISPLAY
↓
CLOCK DISPLAY
↓
TITLE DISPLAY
CD mode: (Text is displayed for the CDA-7893/CDA7892 models when a compatible changer with CD text
is connected.)
↓
ELAPSED TIME DISPLAY
↓
CLOCK DISPLAY
↓
TEXT DISPLAY (DISC NAME)∗1
↓
TEXT DISPLAY (TRACK NAME)∗1
↓
TITLE DISPLAY
12-EN
“ NO TEXT” will be displayed when the CD contains
no Text data.
Text cannot be displayed for the CDA-7893/CDA7892 models.
∗2 If an MP3 file contains ID3 tag information, all the
ID3 tag information is displayed (e.g., track name,
artist name, and album name). All other tag data is
ignored.
“NO TAG” will be displayed when an MP3 file
contains no ID3 tag information.
∗3 The recording sampling rate and bit rate of the MP3
file are displayed.
NOTES
• Some characters may not be displayed correctly with this
device, depending on the character type.
• The CD changer must also be CD Text compatible for the Text
information to be displayed.
• When the Scroll Setting (refer to page 15) is set to “SCROLL
MANUAL”, press and hold the TITLE button for at least 3
seconds to scroll the Text information only once (TEXT
DISPLAY, FOLDER NAME DISPLAY, FILE NAME DISPLAY
or ID3 TAG DISPLAY mode).
• “NO SUPPORT” (CDA-7892: "NO SUPRT") is displayed
when the desired text information cannot be displayed on this
unit.
• If the title was not previously input, “NO TITLE” is
displayed.
Titling Discs/Stations
It is possible to title your favorite CD's or radio stations.
You cannot input titles on MP3 discs (Except when a
changer is connected).
1
2
Press the TITLE button and select the title display
mode.
For details, see “Displaying the Title/Text” (page 12).
Press and hold the TITLE button for at least 3 seconds.
The first character will blink.
CDA-7995 only:
Press the BAND button to select the characters/
symbols.
→ Upper case → Lower case → Numeral/Symbol
Erasing Disc Title/Station Title
1
2
3
4
5
Press the TITLE button to select the titling mode. Then,
press and hold for at least 3 seconds.
Press and hold the -/J button for at least 2 seconds
to activate the title scanning mode. The title in the
display will blink.
Press the g DN or f UP button repeatedly until
the title you want to erase is displayed.
Press and hold the -/J button for at least 2 seconds
to erase the title displayed.
Press the TITLE button to cancel the title erasing
mode.
NOTE
3
4
5
You cannot erase CD-TEXT.
Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired letter/
numeral/symbol available for naming.
Press the Rotary encoder to store the first character.
The first character will stop blinking and the display will
automatically advance to the next character. When that
character begins to blink, you may choose the next
letter or symbol of your title.
Repeat the steps 3 and 4 above to complete the titling.
Pressing the Rotary encoder after entering the 8th
character, automatically stores the title into memory.
When entering a title of less than 8 characters (for
example, 3 character title):
After entering 3 characters to complete your title, the
4th character space will be blinking. Go to step 6 to
complete the title.
6
Press the TITLE button to record the title.
NOTES
• You can enter 24 radio station titles and 18 CD titles on this
unit. If you try to store beyond the limit, the display will show
“FULL DATA.” At this point, no more titles can be stored.
• The CD Changer title length or memory capacity varies
depending upon the model being used.
• To input a new title, one of the previously inputted titles must
first be deleted.
• When you want to erase a title, enter the “ ”, “ ” (CDA7995 only) symbol into all spaces.
• The operations described in steps 3 to 5 must be made within
10 seconds. The input mode will be cancelled if no action is
taken for over 10 seconds.
• Removing power from the unit may delete these titles. Use
caution when manipulating the power cord.
13-EN
SETUP Operation
Dimmer Control
SOURCE
BAND
MODE/Rotary encoder
(CDA-7995/CDA-7894/CDA-7893 only)
Set the DIMMER control to AUTO to decrease the
illumination brightness of the unit with the head lights of
the vehicle ON. This mode is useful if you feel the unit's
backlighting is too bright at night.
1
g DN
f UP
SETUP
2
Switching the Tuner Mode
The CDA-7995/CDA-7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892
incorporates the MAX TUNE SQ for the highest quality
tuner audio. Moreover, you can choose between two
settings to suit your own personal sound preferences
and usage.
1
2
3
3
4
1
Press the f UP or g DN button to select
"NORMAL or HI-FI."
2
Press the BAND button to switch the TUNER mode.
3
NORMAL: Standard setting
HI-FI: Sound quality priority setting
4
4
5
"MP3 File Selection" and "Playing MP3 data" in the "SETUP"
mode section are described in MP3 Operation on page 26.
2
3
4
Press the f UP or g DN button to select
“AMBER”.
Press the BAND button to toggle the mode between
AMBER ON (amber) and AMBER OFF (green).
Press the SETUP button to set the selected mode.
14-EN
Press the f UP or g DN button to select “SUB
(Subwoofer).”
Press the BAND button to toggle mode between
SUB W ON and SUB-W OFF (CDA-7892: SUB W
OFF).
Press the SETUP button after setting the SUB-W ON.
Press the MODE button repeatedly to select the
SUB-W mode.
Press the g DN or f UP button after selecting the
SUB-W mode, and the subwoofer output phase is
toggled SUBW NOR (0°) or SUBW REV (180°).
Changing Lighting Color
Press and hold the SETUP button for at least 3
seconds.
Press and hold the SETUP button for at least 3
seconds.
→ SUB-W
→ BALANCE
VOLUME ← DEFEAT ← FADER ←
NOTE
1
Press the SETUP button to activate the normal mode.
The initial setting at the factory is subwoofer ON.
When the setting is completed, press the SETUP
button to return to the normal mode.
(CDA-7894 only)
Press the BAND button to select the Dimmer mode.
Each press toggles between DIM AUTO and DIM
MANUAL.
NOTE
NOTES
• The initial setting at the factory is "NORMAL."
• If you find the sound is very noisy while listening to the tuner
in the HI-FI mode, we recommend you change to the
NORMAL mode.
Press the f UP or g DN button to select
“DIM”(DIMMER).
Subwoofer On and Off
Press and hold the SETUP button for at least 3
seconds.
HI-FI ←→ NORMAL
Press and hold the SETUP button for at least 3
seconds.
6
Turn Rotary encoder until the desired sound is
obtained in each mode.
Sound (Beep) Guide Function
3
This function will give audible feedback with varying
tones depending upon the button pressed.
1
2
3
• SCR AUTO: the CD text information, the text
information of folder and file names, and the ID3
tags are scrolled automatically.
• SCR MANUAL: the display is scrolled only when a disc
is loaded or when a track is changed, etc.
Press and hold the SETUP button for at least 3
seconds.
Press the f UP or g DN button to select “BEEP.”
Press the BAND button to toggle the mode between
BEEP ON and BEEP OFF.
4
• Initial mode is “SCR MANUAL.”
• The unit scrolls CD text names, folder names, file names or
ID3 tag display. The disc titles input manually (refer to page
13) cannot be scrolled.
The initial setting at the factory is BEEP ON.
Press the SETUP button to set the selected mode.
Turning Mute Mode On/Off
If a device having the interrupt feature is connected,
audio will be automatically muted whenever the interrupt
signal is received from the device. This function can be
turned ON or OFF from the head unit by following
procedure below.
1
2
3
Press and hold the SETUP button for at least 3
seconds.
Press the f UP or g DN button to select the
MUTE mode.
Setting the AUX Mode (V-Link)
You can input TV/video sound by connecting an optional
Ai-NET/RCA Interface cable (KCA-121B) or Versatile
Link Terminal (KCA-410C) to this component.
1
2
3
Press the BAND button to turn on or off the MUTE
mode.
Each press toggles between the MUTE ON and OFF
modes.
Scroll Setting
This CD player can scroll the disc and track names
recorded on CD-TEXT discs, as well as the text
information of MP3 files, folder names, and ID3 tags.
(This function can be used for CDA-7893/CDA-7892
models if the changer compatible with CD-Text is
connected).
1
2
Press the f UP or g DN button to select “AUX.”
Press the BAND button to toggle the mode between
AUX ON and AUX OFF.
• The initial setting at the factory is AUX OFF.
• You can set the AUX mode display by pressing the
g DN or f UP button after AUX ON is set, select the
AUX mode display setting, and then press the BAND button.
• When connecting the KCA-410C, you can set two AUX mode
displays.
The initial setting at the factory is “MUTE ON.”
Press the SETUP button again to return to normal
operation.
Press and hold the SETUP button for at least 3
seconds.
NOTES
NOTE
4
When the setting is completed, press the SETUP
button to return to the normal mode.
NOTES
NOTE
4
Press the BAND button to toggle the mode between
SCR AUTO and MANUAL (For CDA-7892 model:
MANU is displayed).
4
5
Press the SETUP button to return to normal mode.
To adjust the volume, etc., first press the SOURCE
button and select the AUX mode, then make the
necessary adjustment.
NOTE
When using the Versatile Link Terminal (KCA-410C), you can
connect two external inputs. To select the mode, press the BAND
button on the unit.
Press and hold the SETUP button for at least 3
seconds.
Press the f UP or g DN button to select
“SCR”(SCROLL).
15-EN
SETUP Operation
PWR-IC ON (CDA-7892: PWR ON):
The speakers are driven by the built-in amplifier.
BAND
Rotary encoder
Speakers
SPEAKER
RIGHT FRONT
SPEAKER
RIGHT REAR
g DN
f UP
Connecting to an External Amplifier
SPEAKER
LEFT FRONT
(CDA-7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892 only)
When an external amplifier is connected, sound quality
can be improved by stopping the power supply of the
buit-in amplifier. The power output is set to OFF by the
following procedure.
2
3
Press and hold the SETUP button for at least 3
seconds.
Press the BAND button to toggle the mode between
PWR-IC ON (CDA-7892: PWR ON) and PWR-IC OFF
(CDA-7892: PWR OFF).
PWR-IC OFF (CDA-7892: PWR OFF):
When activating the speakers, this setting can be
performed by connecting between the front and rear
pre-amplifier of the unit and the external amplifier. In
this setting, nothing is output to the speakers.
Amplifier
Amplifier
Rear
left
Front
left
NOTE
No sound is produced by the system when the power output is set
to OFF
4
Press the SETUP button to return to normal mode.
Setting the Defeat of the External
Input
Press the f UP or g DN button to select "PWRIC" (CDA-7892: "PWR").
When auxiliary devices such as a TV or video game,
etc., are used with this unit, you can use the audio
function to set the mode between BASS, TREBLE and
MX Defeat ON/OFF.
1
2
3
Front
left
Front
right
Rear
left
Rear
right
16-EN
Rear
right
SETUP
SPEAKER
LEFT REAR
1
Front
right
Press and hold the SETUP button for at least 3
seconds.
Press the f UP or g DN button to select "INT."
Press the BAND button to toggle the mode between
INT ON and INT OFF.
When using Initial mode, set this to ON.
When the Initial mode is not selected, set this to OFF.
4
Press the SETUP button to return to normal mode.
Demonstration
Adjusting Display Contrast
(CDA-7995 only)
This unit has a Demonstration feature which simulates the
display functions.
1
2
3
Press and hold the SETUP button for at least 3
seconds.
Press the f UP or g DN button to select the
DEMO mode.
Press the BAND button to turn on or off the DEMO
mode.
Each press toggles between DEMO ON and DEMO
OFF.
If no button is pressed for 30 seconds, the DEMO
mode activates.
You can adjust the display contrast for better visibility.
1
2
3
4
Press and hold the SETUP button for at least 3
seconds.
Press the f UP or g DN button to select
“CONTRAST.”
Turn the Rotary encoder to adjust the contrast of the
display. You can adjust in a range of -6 and +6.
The initial setting at the factory is "0."
Press the SETUP button to set the selected mode.
NOTES
• The initial setting at the factory is “DEMO OFF.”
• To quit DEMO mode, set to “DEMO OFF.”
4
Press the SETUP button again to return to normal
operation.
17-EN
Radio Operation
3
SOURCE
TUNE/A.ME
BAND
4
g DN
f UP
Preset buttons (1 through 6)
Press the TUNE button to illuminate the DX and SEEK
indicators in the display.
With the DX (Distance) mode activated, both strong
and weak stations will be tuned in the Auto-Seek
operation.
Press again to return to the local mode. The DX
indicator will turn off and the SEEK indicator will
remain illuminated. Now, only strong stations will be
tuned.
Press the g DN or f UP button to automatically
seek for a station downward or upward respectively.
The unit will stop at the next station it finds.
Press the same button again to seek the next station.
Manual Tuning
Manual Storing of Station Presets
1
1
2
Press the SOURCE button until a radio frequency
appears in the display.
Press the BAND button repeatedly until the desired
radio band is displayed.
2
Each press changes the band:
→ FM1 → FM2 → AM
3
3
Press the TUNE button repeatedly until “DX SEEK” and
“SEEK” disappear from the display.
NOTE
The initial mode is DX SEEK.
4
Press the g DN or f UP button to move
downward or upward one step respectively until the
desired station frequency is displayed.
NOTE
The ST indicator appears on the display when a Stereo FM
station is tuned in.
Automatic Seek Tuning
1
2
Press the SOURCE button until a radio frequency
appears in the display.
Press the BAND button repeatedly until the desired
radio band is displayed.
Each press changes the band:
→ FM1 → FM2 → AM
18-EN
Select the radio band and tune in a desired radio
station you wish to store in the preset memory.
Press and hold any one of the Preset buttons
(1 through 6) that you want to store the station on for
at least 2 seconds. The selected station is stored.
The display shows the band, preset No. with a triangle
(9) and station frequency memorized.
Repeat the procedure to store up to 5 other stations
onto the same band.
To use this procedure for other bands, simply select
the band desired and repeat the procedure.
A total of 18 stations can be stored in the preset
memory (6 stations for each band; FM1, FM2 and AM).
NOTE
If you store a station in a preset memory which already has a
station, the current station will be cleared and replaced with the
new station.
Automatic Memory of Station Presets
Tuning to Preset Stations
1
2
1
2
3
Press the SOURCE button to select the radio mode.
Press the BAND button repeatedly until the desired
radio band is displayed.
Press and hold the A. ME button for at least 2 seconds.
The frequency on the display continues to change
while the automatic memory is in progress. The tuner
will automatically seek and store 6 strong stations in
the selected band. They will be stored into buttons 1 to
6 in order of signal strength.
When the automatic memory has been completed, the
tuner goes to the station stored in the preset location
No. 1.
3
Press the SOURCE button to select the radio mode.
Press the BAND button repeatedly until the desired
band is displayed.
Press the station Preset button that has your desired
radio station in memory.
The display shows the band, preset number with a
triangle and frequency of the station selected.
NOTE
If no stations are stored, the tuner will return to the original
station you were listening to before the auto memory procedure
began.
19-EN
CD Player Operation
2
-/J
SOURCE
Insert a disc with the label side facing up.
The disc will be pulled into the unit automatically. The
movable display will close and playback will begin.
When a disc is already inserted, press the SOURCE
button to switch to the CD mode.
The mode will change every time the button is pressed.
→ TUNER → CD → CD CHANGER∗
(∗ Only when the CD changer is connected)
g DN
f UP
REPEAT
c
Opening and Closing the Movable
display
1
Press the c button.
The movable display will open.
3
4
To pause playback, press the -/J button.
Pressing the -/J button again will resume playback.
To eject the disc, press the c button.
NOTES
• Do not insert or remove a CD when loading or ejecting a CD,
as malfunction may result.
• If the CD does not eject, press c button again for more than
3 seconds with the movable display open.
About discs that can be used with the
CDA-7995/CDA-7894 models.
To close the movable display, press the c button
again.
The movable display will close.
NOTES
• Do not apply shock to the movable display when it is open as
it may result in malfunction of the unit.
• The display may be dim during low temperatures and
immediately after turning on the power. The brightness will
return to normal as time elapses.
• The display will stop at the set angle when closing.
CAUTION
Keep hands (or any other object) away from the display while it
is opening or closing to avoid damage or injury. The back of the
movable display will get very warm under normal operating
conditions. This is not a malfunction. Do not touch.
Playback
1
Press the c button.
The movable display will open.
Insert a disc with the label side facing up.
20-EN
We recommend using only compact discs containing the
marks shown below.
You can play CD-Rs (CD-Recordable)/CD-RWs (CDReWritable) for audio use on this unit. You can also play
CD-Rs/CD-RWs containing MP3 formatted audio files.
• Some of the following CDs may not play on this unit:
Flawed CDs, CDs with fingerprints, CDs exposed to
extreme temperatures or sunlight (e.g., left in the car
or this unit), CDs recorded under unstable conditions,
CDs on which a recording failed or a re-recording was
attempted.
• Use discs with MP3 files written in the format
compliant with ISO 9660 level 1 or level 2. For details,
see page 26-27.
About discs that can be used with the
CDA-7893/CDA-7892 models.
We recommend using only compact discs containing the
marks shown below.
You can play CD-Rs (CD-Recordable)/CD-RWs (CDReWritable) for audio use on this unit. You can not play
CD-Rs/CD-RWs containing MP3 formatted audio files.
Music Sensor (Skip)
1
Momentarily press the g DN button once during CD
play to return to the beginning of the current track. If
you wish to access the beginning of a track further
back, repeatedly press until you reach the desired
track.
Press the f UP button once to advance to the
beginning of the next track. If you wish to access the
beginning of a track further ahead, press repeatedly
until the desired track is reached.
• Some of the following CDs may not play on this unit:
Flawed CDs, CDs with fingerprints, CDs exposed to
extreme temperatures or sunlight (e.g., left in the car or
this unit), CDs recorded under unstable conditions,
CDs not designed for audio use, CDs on which a
recording failed or a re-recording was attempted.
NOTE
The music sensor feature is functional in the play or pause
mode.
Fast Forward and Backward
1
Press and hold the g DN or f UP button to
quickly move backward or forward until you reach the
desired section of the track.
Repeat Play
On handling Compact Discs (CD/CD-R/
CD-RW)
• Do not touch the surface.
• Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight.
• Do not affix stickers or labels and do not write on the
surface.
• Clean the disc when it is dusty.
• Make sure that there are no bumps around the disc.
• Do not use commercially available disc accessories.
Do not leave the disc in the car or the unit for a long
time. Never expose the disc to direct sunlight. Heat
and humidity may damage the CD and you may not be
able to play it again.
1
Press the REPEAT button to play back repeatedly the
track being played.
The track will be played repeatedly.
Press the REPEAT button again and select OFF to
deactivate the repeat play.
NOTES
• If a CD Changer is connected and the RPT ALL mode is
selected, the unit repeatedly plays back all tracks on the disc
selected.
→ RPT → RPT ALL → (off)
• In case a 6-disc CD changer is connected:
In CD changer mode, press the “F” button to illuminate the
"FUNC" indicator and go to step 1 within 5 seconds.
• In case a 12-disc CD changer is connected:
In changer mode, press the “F” button twice to illuminate the
"FUNC" indicator and go to step 1 within 5 seconds.
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CD Player Operation
Controlling CD Changer (Optional)
SOURCE
BAND
Select buttons (1 through 6)
M.I.X.
SCAN
M.I.X. (Random Play)
1
An optional 6-disc or 12-disc CD Changer may be
connected to the CDA-7995/CDA-7894/CDA-7893/CDA7892 if it is Ai-NET compatible. With a CD Changer
connected to the Ai-NET input of the CDA-7995/CDA7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892, the CD Changer will be
controllable from the CDA-7995/CDA-7894/CDA-7893/
CDA-7892.
Using the KCA-400C (Multi-Changer Switching device) or
the KCA-410C (Versatile Link Terminal) multiple
changers can be controlled by the CDA-7995/CDA-7894/
CDA-7893/CDA-7892.
See the Multi-Changer Selection section on page 23 for
selecting the CD Changers.
NOTES
Press the M.I.X. button in the play or pause mode.
The tracks on the disc will be played back in a random
sequence.
To cancel M.I.X. play, press the M.I.X. button again to
turn off the M.I.X.
NOTES
• If a CD Changer equipped with the ALL M.I.X. function is
connected, ALL M.I.X. will also be selectable.
In this mode, the tracks on all the CDs in the current
magazine will be included in the random playback sequence.
→ M.I.X. → ALL M.I.X.
• The controls on the CDA-7995/CDA-7894/CDA-7893/CDA7892 for CD Changer operation are operative only when a CD
Changer is connected.
• The “Changer” indicator illuminates when a CD Changer is
connected.
• The DVD changer (optional) is controllable from the CDA-7995/
CDA-7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892 as well as the CD changer.
1
→ (off)
• In case a 6-disc CD changer is connected:
In CD changer mode, press the “F” button to illuminate the
"FUNC" indicator and go to step 1 within 5 seconds.
• In case a 12-disc CD changer is connected:
In CD changer mode, press the “F” button twice to illuminate
the "FUNC" indicator and go to step 1 within 5 seconds.
Press the SOURCE button to activate the CHANGER
mode. The display shows the disc number and track
number.
NOTE
The source indicator varies depending on the connected source.
2
Press the Disc Select buttons (1 through 6)
corresponding to one of the discs loaded in the CD
Changer. The selected disc number appears in the
display and CD playback starts.
NOTES
Scanning Programs
1
Press the SCAN button to activate the Scan mode.
The first 10 seconds of each track will be played back
in succession.
To stop scanning, press the SCAN button and
deactivate the Scan mode.
NOTES
• In case a 6-disc CD changer is connected:
In CD changer mode, press the “F” button to illuminate the
"FUNC" indicator and go to step 1 within 5 seconds.
• In case a 12-disc CD changer is connected:
In CD changer mode, press the “F” button twice to illuminate
the "FUNC" indicator and go to step 1 within 5 seconds.
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• After selecting the desired disc, you can operate in the same
way as for the CDA-7995/CDA-7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892
CD player.
For details, please see the CD Operation section.
• If the "FUNC" indicator is illuminated the Disc Select buttons
become nonfunctional.
When a 12-disc CD Changer is connected:
To select discs numbered from 1 to 6, the procedure is
the same as for the 6-disc CD Changer. To select discs
numbered from 7 to 12, first press the “F” button. This
changes the “D” indicator to “d.” Then press the desired
Preset button. With the “F” button activated, the Preset
buttons 1 to 6 will represent discs 7 to 12 respectively.
Multi-Changer Selection
3
Alpine's Ai-NET system will support up to 6 CD
Changers. When operating two or more changers, the
KCA-400C (Multi-Changer Switching device) must be
used. If you use 1 Switching device, you can connect up
to 4 CD Changers. If you use 2 Switching devices, you
can connect up to 6 CD Changers. When using KCA410C (Versatile Link Terminal), you can connect two
changers and two external outputs (AUX).
1
Press the SOURCE button on the CDA-7995/CDA7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892 to activate the CD Changer
mode.
Alternatively, press the SOURCE button on the Remote
Control (RUE-4187) to activate the CD Changer mode.
SOURCE
2
The CD Changer Selection mode remains active for 8
seconds after step 2 is performed. Press the BAND
button until the desired CD Changer indicator appears
on the display.
NOTE
If the selected CD Changer is not connected, the display will
show “NO CHGR .”
Alternatively press the BAND button on the Remote
Control until the desired changer indicator appears on
the display.
4
To operate the selected changer, see “CD Player
Operation” section.
NOTE
For further details about the external input (AUX) when using
KCA-410C, see ”Setting the AUX Mode (V-Link)" on page 15.
BAND
Press the BAND button on the CDA-7995/CDA-7894/
CDA-7893/CDA-7892 or the RUE-4187 to activate the
CD Changer Selection mode.
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MP3 Operation
Select buttons (1 through 6)
-/J
SOURCE
Rotary encoder
c
SCAN
Playing MP3 Files with the CD
Changer (Optional)
If you connect a changer compatible with MP3, you can
play CD-ROMs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs containing MP3
files on the CDA-7995/CDA-7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892.
1
g DN
f UP FOLDER DN
FILE SEARCH
FOLDER UP
M. I. X.
REPEAT
Playing MP3 Files
(CDA-7995/CDA-7894 only)
The CDA-7995/CDA-7894 models include a built-in MP3
unit. You can play CD-ROMs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs
containing MP3 files on this unit. Use the format
compliant with ISO 9660 level 1 or level 2.
For further information about playing or storing MP3
files, refer to pages 26 - 27 before using the unit.
1
Press the c button.
The movable display will open.
2
3
Press the SOURCE button to switch to the MP3
Changer mode.
The mode will change every time the button is
pressed.
The display shows the disc number and Folder
number.
For CDA-7995/CDA-7894/CDA-7893, Folder Number,
File Number and Elapsed Time are displayed. For
CDA-7892, File Number, Folder Number∗ and Elapsed
Time are displayed.
∗Press and hold the TITLE button for at least 3
seconds to change the File Number display to the
Folder Number display alternately.
Press the Disc Select buttons (1 through 6)
corresponding to one of the discs loaded in the CD
Changer.
To pause playback, press the -/J button.
Pressing the -/J button again will resume playback.
NOTE
The unit can play discs containing both audio data and MP3
data.
Music Sensor (Skip)
1
Insert a disc containing an MP3 file with the label
side facing up.
2
Insert a disc containing an MP3 file with the label side
facing up.
The disc will be pulled into the unit automatically. The
movable display will close and playback will begin.
When a disc is already inserted, press the SOURCE
button to switch to the CD mode.
The mode will change every time the button is pressed.
→ TUNER
→ CD
→ CD CHANGER∗
(∗ Only when the CD changer is connected)
3
4
To pause playback, press the -/J button.
Pressing the -/J button again will resume playback.
To eject the disc, press the c button.
NOTES
• The unit can play discs containing both audio data and MP3
data.
• The MP3 indicator is lit during MP3 playback.
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Momentarily press the g DN button once during CD
play to return to the beginning of the current file. If you
wish to access the beginning of a file further back,
repeatedly press until you reach the desired file.
Press the f UP button once to advance to the
beginning of the next file. If you wish to access the
beginning of a file further ahead, press repeatedly until
the desired file is reached.
NOTES
• The music sensor feature is functional in the play or pause
mode.
• Files are played back in their pathname order which was
used when they were written to the CD.
Fast Forward and Backward
M.I.X. (Random Play)
1
1
Press and hold the g DN or f UP button to
quickly move backward or forward until you reach the
desired section of the file.
NOTE
Press the M.I.X. button in the play or pause mode.
The files on the disc will be played back in a random
sequence.
To cancel M.I.X. play, press the M.I.X. button again to
turn off the M.I.X.
There is no audio output during fast forward/backward for MP3
files.
NOTES
• If an MP3 compatible CD changer with the ALL M.I.X.
function is connected, ALL M.I.X. will also be selectable.
When setting to M.I.X., the unit will play back the next disc
after playing back all files in the current disc. When set to
ALL M.I.X., the unit will play one file from each disc
sequentially.
Selecting Folders
1
Press the FOLDER DN or FOLDER UP button to
select the folder.
NOTE
→ M.I.X.
If a CD changer applicable to MP3 is connected:
In CD changer mode, press the “F” button to illuminate the
“FUNC” indicator and go to step 1 within 5 seconds.
You can locate all the files on a disc and play them.
2
3
Press the FILE SEARCH button during playback.
The unit switches to File Search mode.
Turn the Rotary encoder to select the desired file.
Press the Rotary encoder to execute the setting.
The selected file starts to play.
NOTES
• During search, press the FILE SEARCH button to cancel the
File Search mode.
• If a CD changer applicable to MP3 is connected:
In CD changer mode, press the “F” button to illuminate the
“FUNC” indicator and go to step 1 within 5 seconds.
Repeat Play
1
→ (off)
• When you select "FOLDER" and set to M.I.X. in the "Setting
the Range of MP3 File Selection" section on page 26, the
Files in the Folder are played back in random sequence. After
all the files have been played back, play does not shift to the
next Folder.
• In case an MP3 compatible CD changer is connected:
In CD changer mode, press the “F” button to illuminate the
"FUNC" indicator and go to step 1 within 5 seconds.
File Search
1
→ ALL M.I.X.
Scanning Programs
1
Press the SCAN button to activate the Scan mode.
The first 10 seconds of each file will be played back in
succession.
To stop scanning, press the SCAN button and
deactivate the Scan mode.
NOTES
• When you select "FOLDER" in the "Setting the Range of MP3
File Selection" section on page 26, the first 10 seconds of
each File in the Folder will be played back.
• If a CD changer applicable to MP3 is connected:
In CD changer mode, press the “F” button to illuminate the
"FUNC" indicator and go to step 1 within 5 seconds.
Press the REPEAT button to play back repeatedly the
file being played.
The file will be played repeatedly.
Press the REPEAT button again and select OFF
to deactivate the repeat play.
NOTES
• If a CD changer applicable to MP3 is connected and the RPT
ALL mode is selected, the unit repeatedly plays back all files
on the selected disc.
→ RPT → RPT ALL → (off)
• When you select “FOLDER” and set to RPT ALL in the
"Setting the Range of MP3 File Selection" section on page 26,
the Files will be repeatedly played back.
• If a CD changer applicable to MP3 is connected:
In CD changer mode, press the “F” button to illuminate the
“FUNC” indicator and go to step 1 within 5 seconds.
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MP3 Operation
2
BAND
3
Press the f UP or g DN button to select "CDDA/MP3."
Press the BAND button to toggle the mode between
CD-DA and CD-DA/MP3 (CD/MP3 is displayed on the
CDA-7892 model).
• CD-DA: Only CD data can be played back.
• CD-DA/MP3: Both CD data and MP3 file tracks can
be played back.
(For the CDA-7892 model, CD/MP3 are displayed)
g DN
f UP
SETUP
4
Press the SETUP button to return to normal mode.
About MP3
Setting the Range of MP3 File
Selection
You can set the range of MP3 file selection to “entire
disc contents” or “folder contents only.”
1
2
3
Press and hold the SETUP button for at least 3
seconds.
Press the f UP or g DN button to select DISC/
FOLDER (file selection range).
Press the BAND button to toggle the mode between
DISC ALL and FOLDER.
• DISC ALL : plays all the files on one disc
• FOLDER : plays files in the selected folder only.
NOTE
The initial setting at the factory is DISC ALL.
4
Press the SETUP button to set the selected mode.
Playing MP3 Data
You can select either playback only of CD data, or
playback of formatted CD data and MP3 files.
When a disc contains CD or the MP3 file data, playback
starts from the CD data portion of the disc.
1
Press and hold the SETUP button for at least 3
seconds.
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CAUTION
Except for personal enjoyment, duplicating audio data
(including MP3 data) or distributing, transferring, or
copying it, whether for free or for a fee, without the
permission of the copyright holder is strictly prohibited
by the Copyright Act and by international treaty.
• What is MP3?
MP3, whose official name is “MPEG Audio Layer 3”, is a
compression standard prescribed by the ISO, the
International Standardization Organization and MPEG
which is a joint activity institution of the IEC.
MP3 files contain compressed audio data. MP3 encoding
is capable of compressing the audio data at extremely
high ratios shrinking music files by as much as one-tenth
their original size. This is achieved while still maintaining
near CD quality. The MP3 format realizes such high
compression
ratios by eliminating the sounds that are either inaudible
to the human ear or masked by other sounds.
• Method for creating MP3 files
The software used to create MP3 files is widely sold or
free from various sources. For details on creating MP3
files, refer to the user's manual for that software.
The MP3 files that can be played back by this device
have the file extension “mp3”. Files with no extension can
not be played back.
• Supported playback sampling rates and bit rates
Sampling rates: 8 kHz - 44.1 kHz, bit rates: 8 - 320 kbps
Note that for sampling rates such as 11,025 kHz, this
device’s frame display (Page 12) may not display
correctly.
• ID3 tags
This device supports ID3 tag v1.
If ID3 tag data is in an MP3 file, this device can display
the title (track title), artist name, and album name ID3 tag
data.
This device can only display single-byte alphanumeric
characters and the underscore. For non-supported
characters, “NO SUPPORT” is displayed.
• Producing MP3 discs
MP3 files are prepared, then written to a CD-R or CD-RW
using CD-R writing software. A disc can hold up to 512
files/folders (including Root Folders).
• Media supported
The media that this device can play back are CD-ROMs,
CD-Rs, and CD-RWs.
• Corresponding File Systems
This device supports discs formatted with ISO9660 Level
1 or Level 2.
Under the ISO9660 standard,
there are some restrictions to remember.
The maximum nested folder depth is 8 (including the
root directory). File/folder names are limited to 31
characters (including the extension).
Valid characters for folder/file names are letters A-Z (all
caps), numbers 0-9, and ‘_’ (underscore).
• Formats supported
This device supports CD-ROM XA, Mixed Mode CD,
Enhanced CD (CD-Extra) and Multi-Session.
This device can not correctly play back discs recorded
with Track At Once or packet writing.
• Order of tracks
Track playback is based on the pathname order used for
the files when they were written to the CD.
• When CD audio and MP3 files are both present on a
disk, playback starts from Folder No. 1.
Also, the track display for CD audio data playback is the
track numbers recorded on the disc.
Terminology
Bit rate
This is the “sound” compression rate specified for
encoding. The higher the bit rate, the higher the sound
quality, but also the larger the files.
Sampling rate
This value shows how many times per second the data
is sampled (recorded). For example, music CDs use a
sampling rate of 44.1 kHz, so the sound level is
sampled (recorded) 44,100 times per second. The
higher the sampling rate, the higher the sound quality,
but also the larger the volume of data.
Encoding
Converting music CDs, WAVE (AIFF) files, and other
sound files into the specified audio compression
format.
ID3 tag
Song information such as track titles, artist names,
album names, etc., written into MP3 files.
This device also can play back discs in Joliet, and other
standards that conform to ISO9660. However,
sometimes the file names, folder names, etc. are not
displayed correctly.
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XM Radio Operation
3
SOURCE
CAT
BAND
Preset buttons (1 through 6)
Press the g DN or f UP button to select the
desired channel. Holding the g DN or f UP
buttons will change channels continuously.
Checking the XM Radio ID Number
You need to provide XM with the unique XM Radio ID
number for your XM Radio Receiver in order to
subscribe to XM's programming.
g DN
f UP
TITLE
SETUP
Receiving XM Channels with the XM
Receiver (Optional)
XM Satellite Radio∗ is the next generation of audio
entertainment, with up to 100 brand-new digital
channels. For a small monthly fee, subscribers can hear
crystal-clear music, sports, news and talk, coast-tocoast via satellite. For more information, visit XM’s
website at www.xmradio.com or call 1-877-XMRADIO.
This number is an 8 character alphanumeric number
that is printed on a label directly on the XM Receiver.
It can also be displayed on the screen of the CDA-7995/
CDA-7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892 in the following way.
1
2
3
While receiving XM1/XM2, press the g DN or f
UP button to select channel “0.”
The unit alternately displays “RADIO ID” for 2 seconds,
then the ID number for 10 seconds.
To cancel the ID number display, set the channel to
other than “0.”
Tips
There is another way to display your ID number.
An optional XM Satellite Radio Receiver (TUA-T020XM)
may be connected to the CDA-7995/CDA-7894/CDA7893/CDA-7892 if it is Ai-NET compatible. With an XM
Receiver connected to the Ai-NET input of the CDA7995/CDA-7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892, the XM Receiver
will be controllable from theCDA-7995/CDA-7894/CDA7893/CDA-7892.
1. Press and hold the SETUP button for at least 3 seconds.
∗ XM and its corresponding logos are trademarks of XM
Satellite Radio Inc.
NOTES
NOTES
• The controls on the CDA-7995/CDA-7894/CDA-7893/
CDA-7892 for XM Receiver operation are operative
only when an XM Receiver is connected.
• The XM1 or XM2 band illuminates when in XM mode.
1
2
Press the SOURCE button to select RADIO Mode.
Press the BAND button to select XM1 or XM2.
Each press changes the band:
→ FM1 → FM2 → XM1 → XM2 → AM
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2. Press the f UP or g DN button repeatedly to select
“ID.”
3. Press the BAND button to display your ID number.
4. After checking your ID number, press the SETUP button to
return to the normal display.
• You cannot use “O,” ”S,”” I,” or ”F” for the ID Number.
• You can check your ID number printed on the label on the
package of your XM Satellite Radio Receiver (TUA-T020XM).
Storing XM Channel Presets
1
2
3
Press the BAND button to select the desired band
(XM1 or XM2) you want to store.
After tuning in the desired channel, press and hold any
one of the Preset buttons (1 through 6) that you want
to store the station on for at least 2 seconds. The
selected station is stored.
Repeat the procedure to store up to 5 other channels
onto the same band.
To use this procedure for other bands, simply select
the band desired and repeat the procedure.
A total of 12 channels can be stored in the preset
memory (6 channels for each band; XM1 and XM2).
Changing the Display
Text information, such as the channel name, artist
name/feature, and song/program title, is available with
each XM channel. The unit can display this text
information as explained below.
1
In XM mode, press the TITLE button.
Each time you press this button, the display changes
as shown below.
→ Channel Number → CLOCK → Channel Name
display
display
Song Title
display
display
Name
←
← Artist
display
NOTE
If you store a channel in a preset memory which already has a
station, the current channel will be cleared and replaced with the
new one.
Receiving Stored XM Channels
1
Press the BAND button to select the desired band
(XM1 or XM2).
→ FM1 → FM2 → XM1 → XM2 → AM
2
NOTES
• When The “Scroll Setting” (refer to page 15) is set to “SCR
AUTO”, the display scrolls.
When the CD Text Scroll Setting is set to “SCR MANUAL”
(CDA-7892: "SCR MANU"), the display scrolls only when
you operate the unit (POWER ON, BAND, etc., are
displayed.)
Press and hold the TITLE button for more than 3 seconds to
scroll the display again.
• “Channel Number” and “Clock” displays do not scroll.
• Depending on the model, the display may differ from the one
shown above.
Press the channel Preset button that has your desired
satellite channel in memory.
Category Search
Category Search functionality allows you to search for a
specific channel by the category of programming it
offers, or to surf within a given category.
1
2
3
In XM mode, press the CAT button to display the
category of the channel that is currently selected for 5
seconds.
While the category is displayed, press the
g DN or f UP button to select a different
category (or leave it to stay with the same category.)
Within 5 seconds of selecting the category, press the
CAT button again to select the next channel within that
category. Repeatedly press the CAT button within 5
seconds to select additional channels within that
category.
When tuned in, the category is displayed for 5
seconds, then the display returns to normal mode.
NOTE
If you cannot find your desired category, the display shows
“----” for 2 seconds automatically.
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Remote Control Operation
1
2
3
4
Controls on Remote Control
1 Power Button
Press the button to turn the power on/off.
2 Source Button
Press to select the audio source.
3 -/J Button
Press the button to switch between the Play and Pause
modes for CD.
4 ANGLE 89 Buttons
Press the button to adjust the angle of the movable
display.
5 Band/Program Button
Radio mode: BAND Button
Press the button and the band will change as shown
below.
→ FM1 → FM2 → XM1 → XM2 → AM
6 Volume Adjustment Buttons
To increase the volume level:
Press the Lbutton
To decrease the volume level:
Press the Kbutton
7 8 Button
Radio mode: Pressing the button will select, in
ascending order, stations programmed into the radio's
presets as shown below.
→ 1 → 2 ... 6
CD Changer mode: DISC Select (UP) Button
Press the button to select a disc in ascending order.
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5
6
7
8
9
!
"
#
8 g DN Button
Radio mode: SEEK (DN) Button
CD mode: Press the button to go back to the beginning
of the current track.
9 f UP Button
Radio mode: SEEK (UP) Button
CD mode: Press the button to advance to the
beginning of the next track.
! 9 Button
Radio mode: Pressing the button will select, in
descending order, stations programmed into the radio's
presets as shown below.
→ 6 → 5 ... 1
CD Changer mode: DISC Select (DN) Button
Press the button to select a disc in descending order.
" Mute Button
Press the button to lower the volume by 20 dB instantly.
Press the button again to cancel.
# Audio Processor Button∗∗
Press the button to call the external audio processor
mode.∗
∗ For the operation of external audio processor, refer to the Owner's
Manual of the external audio processor you purchased.
∗∗ This button is used in conjunction with an optional Ai-NET
processor.
Battery Replacement
Applicable battery: Use two “AAA” sized dry batteries or
equivalent.
1
2
3
Opening the battery cover
Slide out the battery cover while firmly pressing the
direction of arrow.
Point the remote control transmitter at the remote
control sensor.
Remote control sensor
Replacing the battery
Put the batteries in the case observing the polarities as
illustrated.
Closing the cover
Push the cover as illustrated until a click is heard.
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Information
In Case of Difficulty
If you encounter a problem, please turn the power off,
then on again. If the unit is still not functioning normally,
please review the items in the following checklist. This
guide will help you isolate the problem if the unit is at
fault. Otherwise, make sure the rest of your system is
properly connected or consult your authorized Alpine
dealer.
Basic
No function or display.
• Vehicle's ignition is off.
- If connected following instructions, the unit will not
operate with the vehicle's ignition off.
• Improper power lead connections.
- Check power lead connections.
• Blown fuse.
- Check the fuse on the battery lead of the unit; replace
with the proper value if necessary.
• Internal micro-computer malfunctioned due to interference
noise etc.
- Press the RESET switch with a ballpoint pen or other
pointed article.
Radio
Unable to receive stations.
• No antenna or open connection in cable.
- Make sure the antenna is properly connected;
replace the antenna or cable if necessary.
Unable to tune stations in the seek mode.
• You are in a weak signal area.
- Make sure the tuner is in the DX mode.
• If the area you are in is a primary signal area, the antenna may
not be grounded and connected properly.
- Check your antenna connections; make sure the antenna is
properly grounded at its mounting location.
• The antenna may not be the proper length.
- Make sure the antenna is fully extended; if broken, replace
the antenna with a new one.
Broadcast is noisy.
• The antenna is not the proper length.
- Extend the antenna fully; replace it if it is broken.
• The antenna is poorly grounded.
- Make sure the antenna is grounded properly at its mounting
location.
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CD
CD Player/Changer not functioning.
• Out of operating temperature range +50˚C (+120˚F) for CD.
- Allow the vehicle's interior (or trunk) temperature to
cool.
CD playback sound is wavering.
• Moisture condensation in the CD Module.
- Allow enough time for the condensation to evaporate
(about 1 hour).
CD insertion not possible.
• A CD is already in the CD player.
- Eject the CD and remove it.
• The CD is being improperly inserted.
- Make sure the CD is being inserted following
instructions in the CD Player Operation section.
Unable to fast forward or backward the CD.
• The CD has been damaged.
- Eject the CD and discard it; using a damaged CD in
your unit can cause damage to the mechanism.
CD playback sound skips due to vibration.
• Improper mounting of the unit.
- Securely re-mount the unit.
• Disc is very dirty.
- Clean the disc.
• Disc has scratches.
- Change the disc.
• The pick-up lens is dirty.
- Do not use a commercial available lens cleaner disc.
Consult your nearest ALPINE dealer.
CD playback sound skips without vibration.
• Dirty or scratched disc.
- Clean the disc; damaged disc should be replaced.
Error displays (built-in CD player only)
• Mechanical error
- Press the c button. After the error indication disappears,
insert the disc again. If the above-mentioned solution does
not solve the problem, consult your nearest ALPINE dealer.
MP3
MP3 is not played back.
• Writing error occurred. The CD format is not compatible.
- Make sure the CD has been written in a supported format.
Refer to "About MP3" on pages 26-27, then rewrite in the
format supported by this device.
Indication for CD Player
HI TEMP
• Protective circuit is activated due to high temperature.
- The indicator will disappear when the temperature returns to
within operation range.
NO DISC
• No CD is inserted.
- Insert a CD.
• Although a disc is inserted, “NO DISC” is displayed and the
unit does not start to play or eject the disc.
- Remove the disc by following these steps:
1) Press the c button.
The movable display will open.
2) Press the c button again for at least 3 seconds while the
movable display is open.
ERROR
• Mechanism error.
1) Press the c button and eject the CD.
If not ejecting, consult your Alpine dealer.
2) When the error indication remains after ejecting, press the
c button again.
If the error indication still does not turn off after pressing
the c button for a few times, consult your Alpine dealer.
NOTE
When the “ERROR” is displayed:
In case that the disc cannot be ejected by pressing the c button,
press the RESET switch (refer to page 5) and press the c button
again.
If not ejecting, consult your Alpine dealer.
Indication for CD Changer
HI TEMP
• Protective circuit is activated due to high temperature.
- The indicator will disappear when the temperature returns to
within operation range.
ERROR - 01
• Malfunction in the CD Changer.
- Consult your Alpine dealer. Press the magazine eject
button and pull out the magazine.
Check the indication. Insert the magazine again.
If the magazine cannot be pulled out, consult your Alpine
dealer.
• Magazine ejection not possible.
- Press the magazine eject button. If the magazine does
not eject, consult your Alpine dealer.
ERROR - 02
• A disc is left inside the CD Changer.
- Press the Eject button to activate the eject function. When the
CD Changer finishes the eject function, insert an empty CD
magazine into the CD Changer to receive the disc left inside
the CD Changer.
NO MAGZINE
(CDA-7995/CDA-7894/CDA-7893)
NO MAGZN
(CDA-7892)
• No magazine is loaded into the CD Changer.
- Insert a magazine.
NO DISC
• No indicated disc.
- Choose another disc.
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Information
Indication for XM Radio Mode
OFF AIR
ANTENNA
• The XM antenna is not connected to the XM radio module.
- Check whether the XM antenna cable is attached securely to
the XM radio module.
• The channel currently selected has stopped broadcasting.
- Select another channel.
–––––
(CDA-7995-CDA-7894/CDA-7893 only)
UPDATING
• Radio is being updated with latest encryption code.
- Wait until encryption code is being updated. Channels
0 and 1 should function normally.
NO SIGNL
• XM signal is too weak at the current location.
- Wait until the car reaches a location with a stronger signal.
LOADING
• Radio is acquiring audio or program information.
- Wait until the radio has received the information.
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––––
(CDA-7892 only)
• The user has selected a Channel Number that does not exist or
is not subscribed to.
- The unit will revert back to the previously selected channel.
• There is no artist name/feature, song/program title, or
additional information associated with the channel at that time.
- No action needed.
Specifications
FM TUNER SECTION
Tuning Range
Mono Usable Sensitivity
50 dB Quieting Sensitivity
Alternate Channel Selectivity
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Stereo Separation
Capture Ratio
GENERAL
87.7 – 107.9 MHz
9.3 dBf (0.8 µV/75 ohms)
13.5 dBf (1.3 µV/75 ohms)
80 dB
80 dB
45 dB
2.0 dB
Power Requirement
Maximum Power Output
Maximum Pre-Output Voltage
AM TUNER SECTION
Tuning Range
Sensitivity (IEC Standard)
530 – 1,710 kHz
22.5 µV/27 dB
CD PLAYER SECTION
Frequency Response
Wow & Flutter (% WRMS)
Total Harmonic Distortion
Dynamic Range
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Channel Separation
5 – 20,000 Hz (±1 dB)
Below measurable limits
0.008% (at 1 kHz)
95 dB (at 1 kHz)
105 dB
85 dB (at 1 kHz)
PICKUP
Wave length
Laser power
795 nm
CLASS I
REMOTE CONTROL
Battery Type
Width
Height
Depth
Weight
AAA batteries (2 pcs.)
42 mm (1-21/32")
121 mm (4-25/32")
23 mm (29/32")
50 g (1.8 oz)
Maximum Subwoofer Output
Voltage
Bass
Treble
Weight
14.4 V DC
(11–16 V allowable)
60 W × 4 (CDA-7894/CDA7893 only)
50W × 4 (CDA-7892 only)
4 V/10 k ohms (CDA-7995/
CDA-7894 only)
2V/10k ohms (CDA-7893/
CDA-7892 only)
4 V/10 k ohms
±14 dB at 60 Hz
±14 dB at 10 kHz
1.5 kg (3 lbs. 5 oz)
CHASSIS SIZE
Width
Height
Depth
178 mm (7")
50 mm (2")
155 mm (6-1/8")
NOSEPIECE SIZE
Width
Height
Depth
170 mm (6-11/16")
46 mm (1-13/16")
18 mm (11/16")
Due to continuous product improvement, specifications and design
are subject to change without notice.
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Installation and Connections
Before installing or connecting the unit, please read the
following and pages 3 and 4 of this manual thoroughly
for proper use.
Caution
HAVE THE WIRING AND INSTALLATION DONE BY
EXPERTS.
MAKE THE CORRECT CONNECTIONS.
The wiring and installation of this unit requires special technical
skill and experience. To ensure safety, always contact the dealer
where you purchased this product to have the work done.
Failure to make the proper connections may result in fire or
product damage.
USE SPECIFIED ACCESSORY PARTS AND INSTALL THEM
SECURELY.
USE ONLY IN CARS WITH A 12 VOLT NEGATIVE GROUND.
Be sure to use only the specified accessory parts. Use of other than
designated parts may damage this unit internally or may not securely
install the unit in place. This may cause parts to become loose
resulting in hazards or product failure.
Warning
(Check with your dealer if you are not sure.) Failure to do so may
result in fire, etc.
BEFORE WIRING, DISCONNECT THE CABLE FROM THE
NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL.
Failure to do so may result in electric shock or injury due to
electrical shorts.
DO NOT ALLOW CABLES TO BECOME ENTANGLED IN
SURROUNDING OBJECTS.
Arrange wiring and cables in compliance with the manual to
prevent obstructions when driving. Cables or wiring that obstruct
or hang up on places such as the steering wheel, gear lever, brake
pedals, etc. can be extremely hazardous.
DO NOT SPLICE INTO ELECTRICAL CABLES.
Never cut away cable insulation to supply power to other
equipment. Doing so will exceed the current carrying capacity of
the wire and result in fire or electric shock.
DO NOT DAMAGE PIPE OR WIRING WHEN DRILLING
HOLES.
When drilling holes in the chassis for installation, take
precautions so as not to contact, damage or obstruct pipes, fuel
lines, tanks or electrical wiring. Failure to take such precautions
may result in fire.
DO NOT USE BOLTS OR NUTS IN THE BRAKE OR
STEERING SYSTEMS TO MAKE GROUND CONNECTIONS.
Bolts or nuts used for the brake or steering systems (or any other
safety-related system), or tanks should NEVER be used for
installations or ground connections. Using such parts could
disable control of the vehicle and cause fire etc.
KEEP SMALL OBJECTS SUCH AS BATTERIES OUT OF THE
REACH OF CHILDREN.
Swallowing them may result in serious injury.
If swallowed, consult a physician immediately.
DO NOT INSTALL IN LOCATIONS WHICH MIGHT HINDER
VEHICLE OPERATION, SUCH AS THE STEERING WHEEL
OR GEARSHIFT.
Doing so may obstruct forward vision or hamper movement etc.
and results in serious accident.
ARRANGE THE WIRING SO IT IS NOT CRIMPED OR
PINCHED BY A SHARP METAL EDGE.
Route the cables and wiring away from moving parts (like the
seat rails) or sharp or pointed edges. This will prevent crimping and
damage to the wiring. If wiring passes through a hole in metal, use a
rubber grommet to prevent the wire’s insulation from being cut by
the metal edge of the hole.
DO NOT INSTALL IN LOCATIONS WITH HIGH MOISTURE
OR DUST.
Avoid installing the unit in locations with high incidence of
moisture or dust. Moisture or dust that penetrates into this unit
may result in product failure.
Precautions
• Be sure to disconnect the cable from the (–) battery post before
installing your CDA-7995/CDA-7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892.
This will reduce any chance of damage to the unit in case of a
short-circuit.
• Be sure to connect the color coded leads according to the
diagram. Incorrect connections may cause the unit to
malfunction or damage to the vehicle's electrical system.
• When making connections to the vehicle's electrical system, be
aware of the factory installed components (e.g. on-board
computer). Do not tap into these leads to provide power for this
unit. When connecting the CDA-7995/CDA-7894/CDA-7893/
CDA-7892 to the fuse box, make sure the fuse for the intended
circuit of the CDA-7995/CDA-7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892 has
the appropriate amperage. Failure to do so may result in damage
to the unit and/or the vehicle. When in doubt, consult your
ALPINE dealer.
• The CDA-7995/CDA-7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892 uses female
RCA-type jacks for connection to other units (e.g. amplifier)
having RCA connectors. You may need an adaptor to connect
other units. If so, please contact your authorized ALPINE
dealer for assistance.
• Be sure to connect the speaker (–) leads to the speaker (–)
terminal. Never connect left and right channel speaker cables
to each other or to the vehicle body.
IMPORTANT
Please record the serial number of your unit in the space
provided below and keep it as a permanent record. The serial
number plate is located on the bottom of the unit.
SERIAL NUMBER:
INSTALLATION DATE:
INSTALLATION TECHNICIAN:
PLACE OF PURCHASE:
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Installation
Metal plate
Detachable
Front panel
Connect each input lead coming from an amplifier or
equalizer to the corresponding output lead coming from the
left rear of the CDA-7995/CDA-7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892.
Connect all other leads of the CDA-7995/CDA-7894/CDA7893/CDA-7892 according to details described in the
CONNECTlONS section.
3
Caution
When you install this unit in your car, do not remove the
Detachable Front Panel.
If the Detachable Front Panel is removed during installation,
you might press too hard and warp the metal plate that holds it
in place.
Mounting Sleeve
(Included)
1
Dashboard
Lock Pin
Slide the CDA-7995/CDA-7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892 into
the dashboard. When the unit is in place, make sure the
locking pins are fully seated in the down position. This can
be done by pressing firmly in on the unit while pushing the
locking pin down with a small screwdriver. This ensures that
the unit is properly locked and will not accidentally come
out from the dashboard. Install the Detachable Front Panel.
Removal
CDA-7995/CDA-7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892
Slide the mounting sleeve into the dashboard.
2
Screw
1 Remove the DETACHABLE FRONT PANEL.
2 Use a small screwdriver (or similar tool) to push the
locking pins to the “up” position (see above drawing). As
each pin is unlocked, gently pull out on the unit to make
sure it does not re-lock before unlocking the second pin.
3 Pull the unit out, keeping it unlocked as you do so.
<JAPANESE CAR>
Hex Nut (M5)
∗∗
Bolt Stud
Face Plate
Metal
Mounting
Strap
∗
Ground Lead
Chassis
CDA-7995/
CDA-7894/
CDA-7893/
CDA-7892
CDA-7995/
CDA-7894/
CDA-7893/
CDA-7892
Reinforce the head unit with the metal mounting strap (not
supplied). Secure the ground lead of the unit to a clean
metal spot using a screw (∗) already attached to the
vehicle's chassis.
Screws (M5 × 8)
(Included)
Ground Lead
∗
NOTE
For the screw marked
, use an appropriate screw for the
chosen mounting location.
**
Mounting Bracket
NOTE
Secure the ground lead of the unit to a clean metal spot using a
screw (∗) already attached to the vehicle's chassis.
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Installation and Connections
Connections
1
POWER ANT
2
Blue/White
REMOTE
TURN-ON
3
Pink/Black
AUDIO
INTERRUPT IN
4
Orange
ILLUMINATION
5
Blue
Antenna
To power antenna
To amplifier or equalizer
To vehicle phone
To the instrument cluster illumination
lead
(CDA-7995/CDA-7894/
CDA-7893 only)
Choke coil
Red
IGNITION
6
Yellow
BATTERY
7
Black
GND
8
Ignition Key
9
(CDA-7894/CDA-7893/
CDA-7892 only) Gray
"
SPEAKER
RIGHT FRONT
SPEAKER
RIGHT REAR
<
Ai-NET
NORM
EQ/DIV
!
SPEAKER
LEFT REAR
#
Violet/
Black
$
Violet
%
Green
&
Speakers
Front right
Rear right
Green/
Black (
+
,
Gray/
Black
Battery
SPEAKER
LEFT FRONT
White/
Black
)
White
~
Rear left
Front left
-
CD Changer
(Sold Separately)
.
;
Speakers
Front Left
Amplifier
Front Right
/
;
Rear Left
Amplifier
Rear Right
:
;
Amplifier
38-EN
Subwoofers
1 Antenna Receptacle
2 Power Antenna Lead (Blue)
Connect this lead to the +B terminal of your power antenna,
if applicable.
NOTE
This lead should be used only for controlling the vehicle's power
antenna. Do not use this lead to turn on an amplifier or a signal
processor, etc.
3 Remote Turn-On Lead (Blue/White)
Connect this lead to the remote turn-on lead of your
amplifier or signal processor.
4 Audio Interrupt In Lead (Pink/Black)
5 Illumination Lead (Orange)
This lead may be connected to the vehicle's instrument
cluster illumination lead. This will allow the backlighting of
the CDA-7995/CDA-7894/CDA-7893 to dim whenever the
vehicle's lights are turned on.
6 Switched Power Lead (Ignition) (Red)
Connect this lead to an open terminal on the vehicle's fuse
box or another unused power source which provides (+)12V
only when the ignition is turned on or in the accessory
position.
7 Battery Lead (Yellow)
Connect this lead to the positive (+) post of the vehicle's
battery.
NOTE (CDA-7894/CDA-7893 only)
Use an extension battery lead (20A)(sold separately) and
connect it directly to the positive (+) side of the vehicle's battery.
8 Ground Lead (Black)
Connect this lead to a good chassis ground on the vehicle.
Make sure the connection is made to bare metal and is
securely fastened using the sheet metal screw provided.
9 Fuse Holder
(5A ........ CDA-7995 only)
(15A ...... CDA-7892 only)
(20A ...... CDA-7894/CDA-7893 only)
! Power Supply Connector
" Right Front (+) Speaker Output Lead (Gray) (CDA7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892 only)
# Right Front (–) Speaker Output Lead (Gray/Black)
(CDA-7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892 only)
% Right Rear (+) Speaker Output Lead (Violet) (CDA7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892 only)
& Left Rear (+) Speaker Output Lead (Green) (CDA7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892 only)
( Left Rear (–) Speaker Output Lead (Green/Black)
(CDA-7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892 only)
) Left Front (–) Speaker Output Lead (White/Black)
(CDA-7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892 only)
~ Left Front (+) Speaker Output Lead (White) (CDA7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892 only)
+ Ai-NET Connector
Connect this to the output or input connector of other
product (CD Changer, Equalizer, etc.) equipped with AiNET.
NOTE
You can input TV/video sound by connecting an optional AiNET/RCA Interface cable (KCA-121B) to this component.
, DC/DC Converter (CDA-7995/CDA-7894 only)
NOTES
• Do not install the converter at a location subjected to water
such as under the floor mat or air conditioner. This may cause
a malfunction.
• Do not bundle the DC/DC converter cable with other audio
cables. Doing so may induce noise into your system.
• Keep the DC/DC converter away from the Antenna cables and
the rear side of the unit, otherwise noise may be generated
when receiving radio broadcast.
- Ai-NET Cable (Included with CD Changer)
. Front Output RCA Connectors
/ Rear Output RCA Connectors
RED is right and WHITE is left.
: Subwoofer RCA Connectors
RED is right and WHITE is left.
; RCA Extension Cable (Sold Separately)
< System Switch
When connecting a processor or divider using Ai-NET, place
this switch in the EQ/DIV position. When no device is
connected, leave the switch in the NORM position.
NOTE
Be sure to turn the power off to the unit before changing the
switch position.
$ Right Rear (–) Speaker Output Lead (Violet/Black)
(CDA-7894/CDA-7893/CDA-7892 only)
To prevent external noise from entering the audio system.
• Locate the unit and route the leads at least 10 cm away from the car harness.
• Keep the battery power leads as far away from other leads as possible.
• Connect the ground lead securely to a bare metal spot (remove any paint, dirt or grease if necessary) of the car chassis.
• If you add an optional noise suppressor, connect it as far away from the unit as possible. Your Alpine dealer carries various noise
suppressors, contact them for further information.
• Your Alpine dealer knows best about noise prevention measures so consult your dealer for further information.
39-EN
40-EN
LIMITED WARRANTY
ALPINE ELECTRONICS OF AMERICA, INC. AND ALPINE OF CANADA INC. ("Alpine"), are dedicated to quality
craftsmanship and are pleased to offer this Warranty. We suggest that you read it thoroughly. Should you have any
questions, please contact your Dealer or Alpine at one of the telephone numbers listed below.
This Warranty covers Car Audio/Visual Products and
Related Accessories ("the product"). Products purchased in
the Canada are covered only in the Canada. Products
purchased in the U.S.A. are covered only in the U.S.A.
2 You should provide a detailed description of the
problem(s) for which service is required.
3 You must supply proof of your purchase of the product.
4 You must package the product securely to avoid
damage during shipment.
[LENGTH OF WARRANTY:
[HOW WE LIMIT IMPLIED WARRANTIES:
This Warranty is in effect for one year from the date of the
first consumer purchase.
All Alpine Car Audio analog tape heads excluding Video
tape heads are warranted for life against manufacturing
defects causing failure.
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING FITNESS FOR
USE AND MERCHANTABILITY ARE LIMITED IN
DURATION TO THE PERIOD OF THE EXPRESS
WARRANTY SET FORTH ABOVE AND NO PERSON IS
AUTHORIZED TO ASSUME FOR ALPINE ANY OTHER
LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE OF THE
PRODUCT.
[WHO IS COVERED:
[HOW WE EXCLUDE CERTAIN DAMAGES:
This Warranty only covers the original purchaser of the
product, who must reside in the United States, Puerto Rico
or Canada.
ALPINE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS LIABILITY FOR
INCIDENTAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
CAUSED BY THE PRODUCT. THE TERM "INCIDENTAL
DAMAGES" REFERS TO EXPENSES OF
TRANSPORTING THE PRODUCT TO THE ALPINE
SERVICE CENTER, LOSS OF THE ORIGINAL
PURCHASER'S TIME, LOSS OF THE USE OF THE
PRODUCT, BUS FARES, CAR RENTALS OR OTHERS
COSTS RELATING TO THE CARE AND CUSTODY OF
THE PRODUCT. THE TERM "CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES" REFERS TO THE COST OF REPAIRING OR
REPLACING OTHER PROPERTY WHICH IS DAMAGED
WHEN THIS PRODUCT DOES NOT WORK PROPERLY.
THE REMEDIES PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY
ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHERS.
[PRODUCTS COVERED:
[LIFETIME TAPE HEAD WARRANTY:
[WHAT IS COVERED:
This Warranty covers defects in materials or workmanship
(parts and labor) in the product.
[WHAT IS NOT COVERED:
This Warranty does not cover the following:
1 Damage occurring during shipment of the product to
Alpine for repair (claims must be presented to the
carrier).
2 Damage caused by accident, abuse, negligence,
misuse, improper connections, improper operation or
failure to follow instructions contained in the Owner's
manual.
3 Damage caused by act of God, including without
limitation, earthquake, fire, flood, storms or other acts of
nature.
4 Any cost or expense related to the removal or
reinstallation of the product.
5 Service performed by an unauthorized person, company
or association.
6 Any product which has the serial number defaced,
altered or removed.
7 Any product which has been adjusted, altered or
modified without Alpine's consent.
8 Any product not distributed by Alpine within the United
States, Puerto Rico or Canada.
9 Any product not purchased from an Authorized Alpine
Dealer.
! Any product that has been determined to contain an
excessive amount of dust or dirt and any product that
contains other contaminants including liquid or foreign
objects.
[HOW TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE:
1 You are responsible for delivery of the product to an
Authorized Alpine Service Center or Alpine for repair
and for payment of any initial shipping charges. Alpine
will, at its option, repair or replace the product with a
new or reconditioned product without charge. If the
repairs are covered by the warranty, and if the product
was shipped to an Authorized Alpine Service Center or
Alpine, Alpine will pay the return shipping charges.
[HOW STATE/PROVINCIAL LAW RELATES TO THE
WARRANTY:
This Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may
also have other rights which vary form state to state and
province to province. In addition, some states/provinces do
not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts,
and some do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages. Accordingly,
limitations as to these matters contained herein may not
apply to you.
[IN CANADA ONLY:
This Warranty is not valid unless your Alpine car audio
product has been installed in your vehicle by an Authorized
Installation Center, and this warranty stamped upon
installation by the installation center.
[HOW TO CONTACT CUSTOMER SERVICE:
Should the product require service, please call the following
number for your nearest Authorized Alpine Service Center.
U.S.A.
CANADA
1-800-ALPINE-1 (1-800-257-4631)
1-800-ALPINE-1 (1-800-257-4631)
Alpine Electronics of America, Inc., 19145 Gramercy Place, Torrance, California 90501, U.S.A.
Alpine Electronics of Canada, Inc., Suite 203, 7300 Warden Ave. Markham, Ontario, L3R 9Z6, Canada
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