Alpine CDE-126BT receptor multimedia para coche - Radio para coche (MP3, 87,5 - 108 MHz, 153 - 281 kHz, LCD, Negro, 178 x 50 x 161 mm)
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Descripción del producto
Autobusqueda de canal: Si
Banda FM: 87,5 - 108 MHz
Banda LW: 153 - 281 kHz
Cantidad de estaciones predeterminadas: 6
Color del producto: Negro
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 178 x 50 x 161 mm
Iluminación de la pantalla: Y
Intervalo de temperatura operativa: -10 - 60 °C
Listo para iPod: Si
Mando a distancia: Si
Perfiles de Bluetooth: HFP, HSP
Peso: 1,5 kg
Potencia de Salida: 4
Potencia de salida: 50 W
RDS, sintonizador incluido: Si
Relación señal/ruido (SNR): 105 dB
Reproducción MP3: Si
Reproducción de CD-R: Si
Reproducción de CD-RW: Si
Reproducción de video DVD: No
Requisitos de energía: 14.4V DC
Retroiluminación LED: Si
Texto de CD: Si
Tipo de visualizador: LCD
entrada AV: Si
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After doing some reading again I ended up with this Alpine CDE-126BT. If you compare it to the CDE-125BT it's slightly more money but includes the iPod adapter which plugs into the rear of the radio. It also includes a few other additional functionality such as 4-channel pre-amp. I'd suggest purchasing a little more radio than you currently need just to future proof it a bit. You'll at least have options if you decide to add an amp or two plus they normally include some additional controls you may need.
Anyway, just prior to installing the CDE-126BT I put some Alpine 6 ½ component speakers I had from a previous vehicle in the front doors. This did help with sound quality even with the stock deck but with the CDE-126BT and the iPod it was awesome! I really wasn't expecting it to be this good. Although the big diesel motor is somewhat loud the clarity still stands out. As far as the iPod 120gb Classic, it works great and is fully controlled from the radio. Just be sure to use the included cable and plug it in the rear of the deck. Why wouldn't you just use it!? Searching is easy enough once you get used to the controls. Yes you do need to learn how to get around! It also includes a small quick reference book to carry in the vehicle.
Bluetooth - I really didn't purchase the radio because of this but why not hook it up? Did I mention the truck is loud? It also does work way better than I thought. People on the other end do hear the motor at highway or every speed but say it's acceptable. Placing and receiving calls are really easy and with my Motorola Atrix it also displays the person's contact information.
Supported devices - Download the manual and check page 24 to see for yourself what's support. If you still have issues and it's on the list contact Alpine directly for support, don't just complain about it on a forum!
1) My iPhone 3GS will ONLY work through their proprietary cable that plugs in through the back. It will NOT work through the front USB port. The front USB port wouldn't even charge the iPhone.
2) My 120GB iPod will not function through either the USB port in the front or their cable that plugs in through the back.
3) When the iPhone is playing through the unit, you can only use the head unit to access your music database. You can't just grab the phone and select the playlist that you want. Navigating the menu through their buttons is a royal pain.
4) When you try to place a call through the Bluetooth, you pretty much have to scroll through the entire address book. It has a choice for dialed and received calls, but those are only for dialed and received calls through the head unit. When you turn your key off, it doesn't keep these in memory. Using the head unit to place calls is pretty much useless as far as accessing numbers from your phone. It's easier to just grab the phone and select who you want to call.
5) The menus aren't very intuitive.
6) The equalizer settings are very basic and they don't have pre-built audio settings like most other units do.
With all of this being said, I now wish that I would have went with another manufacturer. I've gone through the hassle of installing it so I'll leave it be for now, but I can't say that it will stay with me for very long. I apologize for the negative nature of this review, but I wanted to give my honest opinion of the unit. Hopefully it will help someone else make a more informed decision.