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FOR SALE: Alpine CDA-7998 in great condition. Included is the manual, oem box, deck, and harness. Please note that this deck is a "competition" level deck and does NOT have an internal amp. Asking $300 OBO.
The CDA-7998 CD receiver is a system-builder's dream come true! This MP3-playing Alpine has top-quality power supply and output capacitors for ultra-pure sound, plus gold-plated 4-volt preamp outputs that deliver a hot, clean signal to your amps and subs. (Component amps are required with this receiver — it doesn't have an internal amp).
The FantomFace XL faceplate is 30% larger than other single-DIN-sized receivers, but it takes up no more room in your dash. It's fully motorized (even the rotary control knob), and disappears when you power down, leaving nothing but a plain black panel to confound thieves. Read more
- FantomFace XL motorized stealth faceplate
- BioLite high-resolution display
- switchable green or amber button illumination
- plays MP3 files on CD-R or CD-RW, plus audio CDs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs
- MaxTune SQ tuner
- XM Satellite Radio controls (XM Radio subscription, tuner, antenna required to receive the satellite radio signal.) — service is available only in the lower 48 states, not available in Alaska, Hawaii, or U.S. territories
- Bass Engine Pro (5-band parametric EQ, 6-channel digital time correction, 6-position crossover with variable slope, plus subwoofer phase and level controls)
- Media Xpander
- CD changer controls for Alpine Ai-NET changers only
- optional auxiliary input
- premium-quality power supply and output capacitors
- gold-plated 4-volt front, rear, and subwoofer preamp outputs
- i-Personalize
- clock
- wireless remote
- component amp(s) required — no internal amp
- CD frequency response 5-20,000 Hz
- CD signal-to-noise ratio 105 dB
- FM sensitivity 9.3 dBf

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