Alpine Car Radios
Below you can find all models Alpine Car Radios for which we have manuals available. Also view the frequenty asked questions at the bottom of the page for useful tips about your product. Is your model not on the list? Please contact us.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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What is DAB+? Verified
DAB+ is the successor of the FM signal and stands for Digital Audio Broadcasting. It is a digital signal that allows for more channels within the same bandwidth and allows for easier switching between channels.
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What is the difference between FM and AM? Verified
FM and AM are both forms of modulation used to transmit a signal. FM stands for Frequency Modulation and AM stands for Amplitude Modulation. AM is the oldest form of modulation. The biggest difference is that the FM signal is much stronger than the AM signal.
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What size car radio fits my car? Verified
There are two standard car radio sizes, 1-DIN and 2-DIN. 1-DIN is the standard slim versin and 2-DIN is double that height. 2-DIN car radios often have room for a screen to display navigational information or play movies.
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There is a CD stuck in my car radio, what is should I do? Verified
Some car radios have a feature to eject stuck CDs. Turn the car off and press the 'on' and 'eject' button simultaneously for 10 seconds. If this does not work, start the car and try again.
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What pincode should I use when connecting to my Alpine car radio using Bluetooth? Verified
Modern smartphones should be able to connect to the device without a pincode. In case a pincode is required anyway, you can use '0000'.
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