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ive been looking for a new hu and would like some opinions what i need is something that has sub controls and i think ive narrowed it down to a few but would like some opinions



Details:
» CD player with built-in MOSFET amplifier (14 watts RMS/50 peak x 4 channels)
» plays CDs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs (including discs loaded with MP3 and WMA music files)
» motorized, slide-open faceplate
» 3-color LCD display and five selectable button colors
» three preset tone curves and a 3-band equalizer
» loudness
» three sets of 5-volt preamp outputs
» subwoofer control with low-pass filter
» three settings for the selectable high- and low-pass filters
» auxiliary input
» CD changer controls
» satellite radio-ready (SIRIUS tuner, subscription, and antenna required)
» controls for an Eclipse iPod interface
» HD Radio-ready
» CD Text compatible
» ESN anti-theft protection
» E-iSERV compatible with Area Shot — trip direction (arrows and text only) appear on display. (The CD4000 is not compatible with E-iSERV's advanced audio controls, just the basic directions.)
» clock
» 18 FM/6 AM presets
» seek tuning
» remote control
» CD frequency response: 20-20,000 Hz
» CD signal-to-noise ratio: 95 dB
» FM sensitivity: 13 dBf



Details:
» CD receiver with built-in amplifier (18 watts RMS/50 peak x 4 channels)
» detachable, fold-down face with GlideTouch controls and BioLite display
» plays audio CDs, CD-Rs and CD-RWs, plus discs burned with MP3 and WMA files
» Bass Engine Pro sound controls with iPersonalize setup options
» MediaXpander (restores clarity and detail to compressed or broadcast audio)
» MaxTune SQ tuner
» 12 FM/6 AM presets
» satellite radio controls (SIRIUS or XM subscription, tuner, and 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
» CD changer controls for Alpine Ai-NET changers only
» compatible with Alpine's iPod interface adapter
» 4-volt front, rear and subwoofer preamp outputs
» Amplifier Link — can control up to 12 Alpine V12 external amps
» clock
» wireless remote
» CEA-2006 compliant amplifier
» CD frequency response: 5-20,000 Hz
» CD signal-to-noise ratio: 105 dB
» FM sensitivity: 9.3 dBf

i am also open to other suggestions
 

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Don't do that Alpine.
 

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I don't get why everyone likes Eclipse. Look at the rms power for that, Walmart brands put out more than that. I have a kenwood KDC X689, and it puts out 22x4. I like it.
 

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jjminch said:
I don't get why everyone likes Eclipse. Look at the rms power for that, Walmart brands put out more than that. I have a kenwood KDC X689, and it puts out 22x4. I like it.
Your Kenwood puts out NO WARE near 22W RMS per-channel if compared evenly to the Eclipse. The Eclipse is much more realistic about it's power out.
 
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