Hi, question for those of you in Europe... I am curious if Alpine CDA models sold in the US can use the same AI-Net accessories European models can, and vice versa? AI-Net appears to be a standard, looks like JVC and Sony use it as well. I am looking to buy a USB reader for the AI-Net port on my US-model CDA-9884, and the seller lists it as compatible with a 9884R, but cannot guarantee compatibility with my unit. Looks to me like the 9884R is simply a higher-powered version of my 9884 (50Wx4 vs 18Wx4), but I cannot find a solid answer as to whether their AI-net interfaces work the same way and can use the same accessories. For more details : advertisement examples
Hello, i recently bought a Pumpkin Head Unit. Description as follows: PUMPKIN 32GB + 2GB Octa Core Android CarRadio Multimedia Player Opel Modell: CN10-04202H-01A-DE1-FBA ASIN: B075WPSSDS CPU: Ultra Octa-T8 MCU: 5.3.19-11-81-453101-170502 System: V9.1.1_20170904.191626_KED3-5 Android: 6.0.1 I did a lot of reading / searching for Pumpkin Octacore etc. to find the appropriate forum for custom ROMs. But I just can’t find it. So I am hoping that someone might be able to show me the way! For more details : motion graphics examples
I need a pair of speakers for sound therapy (for oversensitive hearing). I am looking for a flat or near-flat frequency response curve or something that I can equalize out. The other acoustic properties, like transient response don't matter since there will be continuous noise played back.
Durability: I need it to last about 3-5 years with 6 hour daily use. The sound level will be similar to the background noise which is traffic noise through a window, and it will be raised slowly about 34 decibels from there.
Budget: You tell me... Suggest speakers from multiple price ranges if you think it is appropriate.
My listening opportunities are limited. I would prefer buying mainly based on measurements. For More Details: - animated infographics