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****** Page 1 ****** IMPORTANT INFORMATION Default PXE-0850X preout settings CH 1/2 Front Tweeter (5000 Hz -20 kHz) CH 3/4 Front Midrange (250 Hz-5000 Hz) CH 5/6 Front Woofer (50 Hz- 250 Hz) CH 7/8 Rear Tweeter (5000 Hz – 20 kHz) CH 9/10 Rear Woofer (50 Hz -250 Hz) CH 11/12 Subwoofer (21 Hz- 50 Hz) *Crossover Settings can be changed in PC or phone app * Les paramétres de croisement peuvent étre modifiés dans l’application PC ou téléphone ///MLPINE Emotion in Mobility For owners manual and PC app please go to alpine-usa.com/support “PXE-0850X” Phone App can be found at the Google Play Store & Apple App store Pour Itapplication PC et le manuel du propriétaire, allez å alpine-usa.com/support “PXE-0850X” peut étre trouvé å la Google Play Store et Apple App Store

****** Page 2 ****** /////ALPINE PXE-0850X Advanced Digital Wireless Sound Processor PXE-0850X 20201201 1/28 Sound Processor Installation Manual TCR TIME CORRECTION aoooø Parametric O Bluetooth * The specified vehicles have been tested and have met compatibility specs at the time of testing. Compatibility is not guaranteed if the manufacturer has made production changes to the listed vehicles above. Warning: Before you begin wiring, remove the ground wire from the negative terminal of the battery. Failing to do so can lead to electric shock, injury or damage to equipment. Introduction Congratulations on purchasing the PXE-0850X. This installation manual is designed to take you through the installation of PXE-0850X. Please familiarize yourself with the owners manual and if you still have additional questions please call 1-800-TECH-101. Note Design and specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement. To Ensure Safe Use, Always Follow These Precautions The installation of this product requires specialized skills and experience. We recommend that you have the product installed by an Alpine authorized dealer. Before you use this product, be sure to carefully read this installation manual and the separate user’s manual so that you can use the product correctly. Alpine Electronics bears no responsibility for problems that arise as a result of failure to follow the instructions in the manuals. e This manual includes a number of symbols that are intended to help you use the product safely, to prevent harm to you and others, and to protect against damage to property. These symbols and their meanings are listed below. Make sure you fully understand these symbols before you begin reading the main text. Explanations of Injury and Damage That May Result from Incorrect Use Warning Caution Ignoring the content marked by this indication and using the product incorrectly is expected to lead to death or serious injury. Ignoring the content marked by this indication and using the product incorrectly is only expected to lead to injury or property damage.

****** Page 3 ****** Sound Processor PXE-0850X 20201201 3 Tools Required Tools Possibly Required 4 Accessory List List of Accessories 4 Download the App Downloading the App 5 Pairing the Device Pairing the Device 5 Component Locations Component Locations. ……………………………………….6 Wire Harness Pinouts Wire Harness Pinouts 7 Installation Examples 6-Channel In/6-Channel Out (With Aftermarket Head Unit) 8 Mixer Setup- 4-Channel In/6-Channel Out (With OEM Head Unit) 9 4-Channel In/6-Channel Out (With OEM Head Unit) 10 Mixer Setup- 4-Channel In/6-Channel Out (With OEM Head Unit) 11 5-Channel In/10-Channel Out Using High Level Out (With OEM Head Unit) 12 Mixer Setup- 5-Channel In/10-Channel Out Using High Level Out (With OEM Head Unit) 13 4-Channel In/6-Channel Out Using High Level Out (With OEM Head Unit) 14 Mixer Setup- 4-Channel In/6-Channel Out Using High Level Out (With OEM Head Unit) 15 5-Channel In/10-Channel Out Using High Level Out (With OEM Head Unit) 16 Mixer Setup- 5-Channel In/10-Channel Out Using High Level Out (With OEM Head 17 Table Of Contents WARNING Types Of Precautions …. ….26 Specifications Continued………………………………….27 Mobile Phone App Instructions Home 2/28 . . .18 19 Mixer 20 Delay 21 Output 22 PC App Overview PC App Overview 23 PC App Overview Continued 24 Controller Interface Controller Interface 25 Specifications Specifications……………………………… Troubleshooting Troubleshooting 27

****** Page 4 ****** Sound Processor PXE-0850X 20201201 Types of Precautions Forbidden Forbidden Mandatory Indicates actions that are forbidden (must not be performed) Indicates that disassembly is forbidden. Indicates actions that are mandatory (must be performed) Marks content that should receive your full attention. Warning Do not dlsassemble or modlty the product. Dolng so could lead to an accldent, Ire, or electrlc shock. store screws and other small objects where chlldren cannot reach them. If one ot thse small objects Is swallowed, consult wlth a doctor Immedlately. When replacing fuses be sure to use the fuses wlth the specltled current Forbidden ratlng. Falllng to do so could lead to Mandatory Forbidden an accldent or tlre. only connect the product to a 12 VDC negatlve ground car. Falllng to do so could lead to an accident or (Ire. Before you begln wlrlng, remove the ground wlre trom the negatlve termlnal ot the battery. Falllng to do so could lead to electric shock or Injury. Do not cut the Insulatlon on a cord and take power from another deuce. Dolng so could lead to tlre or electrlc shock. Do not Install the product In a location where Interfere wlth the operatlon ot the steerlng wheel, gear shltt, or the Ilke; or pose a threat to passengers. Doing so could lead to an ac- cldent or Injury. Mandatory Forbidden Forbidden When maklng a hole In the vehlcle body, be careful to avold damaglng plpes, the fuel tank, electrical wlrlng, and the like. This kind of damage could lead to an accident or tire. When Installing and groundlng the product, do not use any ot the bolts or nuts ot the steering wheel, brakes, fuel tank, or the Ilke. Dolng so could make the brakes stop working or could lead to tlre. Do not Install athe product near the passen- ger-slde alrbag. Doing so could Interfere wlth the operatlon of the alrbag and lead to an accident or Injury. Bundle cords so that they don’t Interfere wlth drlvlng. Wrapplng cords around the steer- Ing wheel, gearshltt, brake pedal, or the Ilke could lead to an accldent or damage equlp- ment. Caution connect the product properly accordlng to the Instructlons. Falllng to do so could lead to (Ire or an accldent. Do not sandwlch cords between the seat ralllng or allow them to touch protrusions. Re- sultlng breaks or shorts could lead to electric shock or Ire. Do not block vents or heat sinks. Doing so could lead to Ire or damage equlpment. Use the accessorles accordlng to the Instruc- tlons, and attach them securely. Falling to do so could lead to an accident or damage equlpment. Do not Install the product where It may be ex- posed to water or In a place wlth hlgh levels ot humldlty or dust. Doing so could lead to tlre or damage eaulpment. The Installatlon and wlrlng ot thls product re- qulres speclallzed skills and experlence. Have the product Installed by an Alpine authorlzed dealer. 3/28 Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden Forbidden

****** Page 5 ****** Sound Processor PXE-0850X Tools Possibly Required (This Will Vary Depending On The Vehicle) 20201201 Power Drill Ratchet Oscilloscope USB 3.0 Cable 4/28 Panel Removing Tool Wire Cutters o Crimpers Accessory List Installation Kit Parts Wired Controller Speaker Harness x 2 Processor Sockets Extension Pliers O Torx Screwdriver Phillips Screwdriver RTA 0000 Bluetooth Adapter Stand Mount x 4 Screws x 10 High Level Input Connector Screws x 4

****** Page 6 ****** Sound Processor PXE-0850X Download The App 20201201 5/28 1 For Android users the PXE-0850X app is available on the Google Play store. The name of the app is PXE- DSPAPP. 2 For iphone users the PXE-0850X app is available through iTunes. The name of the app is PXE-DSP-APP. 3 The PC App is located on the Alpine web site in the Knowlege Center. Go to alpine-usa.com. Click on Support, then Knowledge Center, and type PXE-0850X in the search bar. Download the zip file, unzip, and double click on the app. Pairing The Device 1 Open the settings menu of the smart device. 2 Go to the Bluetooth settings and make sure it is turned on. 3 Scan for devices. 4 The tablet or phone will find DSP-HD-AXXXXX. Click to connect to it. Note: The light on the Bluetooth adapter will flash until a device has been paired. Once a device is paired it will remain steady.

****** Page 7 ****** Sound Processor Component Locations 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 & 10 11 PXE-0850X INI I-10sT ACC 20201201 6/28 External Bluetooth 2 3 Coaxial 4 SPK OUTPUT SPK OUTPUT Component Name USB Input External Bluetooth Input Optical Input Coaxial Input RCA Inputs Remote Input Switch Power Indicator Light High Level Input Harness High Level Output RCA Outputs IN6 0 IN4 0 IN2 ooe oooooo CHI 1 oooooo Component Definition The USB 3.0 cable is used to connect to a Windows PC to tune with software. The cable also has the connection for the wired controller. The Bluetooth interface is used for streaming lossless music and for tuning with the phone app. After a phone is paired the indicator light turns on. Optical Output. Optical Coaxial Input. 6-channels of low level inputs. If ACC is selected then ACC will power on the processor. If Host is selected the processor will run on by signal sensing with the high level input. Power Indicator Light. Used to input speaker level signals up to IOW or 30V. Each channel is rated at 18W RMS. 6 RCA low level outputs to go to aftermarket amplifiers.

****** Page 8 ****** Sound Processor PXE-0850X Wire Harness Pinouts INI HOST COAXIAL 20201201 7/28 Main Harness O 0 0 IN2 EXTERNAL BLUETOOTH Orange/Black 22AWG (High-Level Input Channel 6 -) Orange ….. .. (High-Level Input Channel 6 +) PinWBlack22AWG .. …(High-Level Input Channel 5-) Pink 22AWG (High-Level Input Channel 5 +) 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 Violet/Black 22AWG … Violet 22AWG .. (High-Level Input Channel 4-) (High-Level Input Channel 4 +) Green/Black22AWG………… Green Grey/Black 22AWG ……………(High-Level Input Channel 3 e) .. (High-Level Input Channel 3 +) (High-Level Input Channel 2 -) Grey ………..(High-Level Input Channel 2 +) White/Black 22AWG….. … … . . . (High-Level Input Channel I White 22AWG (High-Level Input Channel I +) Blue/White 22AWG (Remote Output To External Amplifier) Red …. …. . .(+12V Switched) Yellow … ..(+12V Constant) Black ……….(Ground) ..(+12V Constant) Yellow Black 16AWG…. . .. … .. (Ground) Yellow (+12V Constant) Black ……………..(Ground) SPK OUTPUT SPK OUTPUT SPK Output oooooo CHII CH120CHIOOCH8 C CH2 oooéoo SPK Output 4 3 2 1 8 7 6 5 Purple/BIack 22AWG (High Level Output Channel 8 Purple 22AWG (High Level Output Channel 8 +) Green/BIack 22AWG (High Level Output Channel 7 -) Green 22AWG (High Level Output Channel 7 +) Grey/Black 22AWG (High Level Output Channel 6 Grey 22AWG (High Level Output Channel 6 +) White/Black 22AWG (High Level Output Channel 5 White 22AWG (High Level Output Channel 5 +) 4 3 2 1 8 7 6 5 Purple/BIack 22AWG (High Level Output Channel 4 Purple 22AWG (High Level Output Channel 4 +) Green/BIack 22AWG (High Level Output Channel 3 -) Green 22AWG (High Level Output Channel 3 +) Grey/Black 22AWG (High Level Output Channel 2 Grey 22AWG (High Level Output Channel 2 +) White/Black 22AWG (High Level Output Channel 1 e) White 22AWG (High Level Output Channel I +)

****** Page 9 ****** Sound Processor PXE-0850X 20201201 Installation Example- 6-ChanneI In/6-ChanneI Out (With Aftermarket Head Unit) PXE-0850X Aftermarket Head Unit CAN 8/28 OUT POWER COAXIAL O Presel INS ING INI CHB GPS o EXTERNAL BLUETOOTH the USB is plugged in backwards the controller will not work PRE OUT EXT-KEY WREUOTE Main Harness ANTENNA **Not Used** Orange/Black Orange Pink/Black Pink Violet/Black Violet GreenBlack Green Gray/BIack Gray White/BIack White Blue/White – Remote Red – +12V Ignition Yellow – +12V Constant x 3 Black – Ground x 3 1 r.pu•t Front RCA (Channels I & 2) Rear RCA (Channels 3 & 4) Sub RCA (Channels 5 & 6) External Blu•tcoth //////ILPINE External Bluetooth Module 4-Channel Amp Controller PXE-0850X CHI’ Cl,/9 10 SPKOUTPUT SPK OUTPUT ooo Sub Amp o o Not Used Not Used

****** Page 10 ****** Sound Processor PXE-0850X Mixer Setup- 6-Channel In/6-ChanneI Out (With Aftermarket Head Unit) 20201201 After Channel 1 Channel 4 Channel 2 Channel 5 Channel 3 Channel 6 4:20 /////n-PtE CH-3 O 96%0 9/28 96%0 CHO Mix CH4 Home 4:20 //////U-PT•.IE CH-3 CH-4 Mix CH-5 Home 96040 CH-7 420 a /////A-PBE CHA CH-S CH-5 Active input CH6 100 Mix CH4 Mix CH6 Home CH-7 TCR Pa:ßive ins:wt AUX 1 AUX 2 AUX3 AUX 4 AUX 5 ALIX 6 oo Channel TCR Passive input AUX 1 AUX 2 AUX 3 AUX 4 AUX 5 AUX 6 00 Channel Active irvut + 100 Mix TCR Pßsive input AUX AUX 2 AUX 3 AUX 4 AUX 5 AUX 6 Channel Active input + 100 Mix

****** Page 11 ****** Sound Processor Installation Example- PXE-0850X 4-Channel In/6-Channel out (With 0EM Head Unit) OEM Head Unit 20201201 e 10/28 PXE-0850X INI HOST COAXIAL INS Öoo External Bluetooth Module Bluetnth /////ALPNE volar•e “I.TE “reset Hi. Levi: : Controller PXE-0850X o EXTERNAL BLUETOOTH o o o o o o Main Harness If the USB is plugged •n backwards the controller will not work SPK OUTPUT Not Used **Not Used** Orange/Black Orange Pink/BIack Pink Violet/BIack to Rear Right Speaker – Violet to Rear Right Speaker + Green/BIack to Rear Left Speaker – Green to Rear Left Speaker + Gray/BIack to Front Right Speaker – Gray to Front Right Speaker + White/BIack to Front Left Speaker – White to Front Left Speaker + Blue/White – Remote Red – +12V Ignition Yellow – +12V Constant x 3 Black – Ground x 3 Note: These are all full-range outputs from the OEM head unit. 4-Channel Amp e CHS CH3 CHI o o o o o CHII CH7 ooo C 12014100 CHB ooo CH6 CH2 SPK OUTPUT Not Used Sub Amp o 0 fit o o

****** Page 12 ****** Sound Processor PXE-0850X 4-Channel W6-Channel out (With OEM Head Unit) 20201201 e 11/28 Mlxer Setup- A 89+au 89%U Before Channel 1 Channel 2 Channel 3 400 //////LPBE CH-11 CH-12 CH-3 4:00 a /////,ILPNE CH-12 CH-I TCR Passive input Hi,LeveI 1 HI Level 2 HI Level 3 HI level 5 Hi.Level 6 oo oo Channel Mix CH-I Home CH-2 Active input + 100 Mix TCR Passive input Hi.l.evel 1 HI Level 2 HiLevel 3 Hi.Level 6 oo oo Channel Mix CH-2 Home 401 a /////n-PtE CH;I CH-3 Active EQ CH4 + 100 Mix CHO Mix CHO Home CH4 CH-5 TCR Passive input HI Level 1 Hi.Level 6 oo oo Channel Active input + 100 Mix After Channel 4 Channel 5 Channel 6

****** Page 13 ****** Sound Processor PXE-0850X 20201201 e 12/28 Installation Example- Digital In/6-ChanneI Out Using Aftermarket Amplifiers (With Aftermarket Head Unit) EXTEf:mAL BLUETOOTH PXE-0850X COAXIAL INS Öoo Optical Cable Main Harness CHI Aftermarket Head Unit ANTENNA **Not Used** Orange/Black Orange Pink/Black Pink Violet/Black Violet GreenBlack Green Gray/BIack Gray White/BIack White CAN I/F OPTICAL EXT.KEY WRENOTE If the USB is plugged in backwards the controller will not work SPK OUTPUT Not Used External Bluetooth Module —tern—’l BI’w•twüT /////ALPF•..E “MA-PNE Velume Hi. Lev-el Controller PXE-0850X oöo SPK OUTPUT Not Used Blue/White – Remote Red – +12V Ignition Yellow – +12V Constant x 3 Black – Ground x 3 Optical Cable (Not Included) 4-Channel Amp o 8VT CH3 CHG o Jiu, LEVEL Sub Amp 9 o o

****** Page 14 ****** Sound Processor PXE-0850X 20201201 e 13/28 Mixer Setup- Digital In16-ChanneI Out Using Aftermarket Amplifiers (With Aftermarket Head Unit) After Channel 1 Channel 4 Channel 2 Channel 5 Channel 3 Channel 6 406 a //////tRE CH-2 CH-3 Mix CHA Home CH-5 g 91940 + 100 4:06 a /////,ILPNE CH-3 CH.4 CH-6 Mix Mix CH-5 Home CH-6 CH-7 4:06 a Z///A-PBE CH-4 CH-5 Passive input , AUX6 Q SPOIF-L Q) SPOIF-R Mix CH.6 Home CH.7 CH-8 TCR Passive input AUX 5 AUXO SPOIF.L SPOIF-R oo oo Channel Active input EQ Q TCR Passive input AUX 5 AUX 6 SPOIF.L SPDIF-R oo oo Channel Acuve input + 100 + 100 EQ TCR oo Channel Active u•tput + 100 EQ

****** Page 15 ****** Sound Processor PXE-0850X 20201201 e 14/28 Installation Example- 4-ChanneI In/6-ChanneI Out Using High Level Out (With OEM Head Unit) OEM Head Unit PXE-0850X INI HOST COAXIAL INS Öoo EXTERNAL BLUETOOTH o o o o o o Main Harness ÖOÖ o Orange/BIack Orange Pink/Black Pink O Sub Amp O If the USB is plugged in backwards the controller will not work SPROUTPUT Not Used External Bluetooth Module Extun* Bluetooth //////ILPINE Controller PXE-0850X Violet/BIack to Rear Right Speaker – Violet to Rear Right Speaker + Green/Black to Rear Left Speaker – Green to Rear Left Speaker + Gray/Black to Front Right Speaker – Gray to Front Right Speaker + White/Black to Front Left Speaker – White to Front Left Speaker + Blue/White – Remote Red – +12V Ignition Yellow – +12V Constant x 3 Black – Ground x 3 Note: These are all full-range outputs from the OEM head unit. SPK mJTPUT ooe CHS C 120CHIOc 8 Öoé Violet/Black to Rear Right Speaker – Violet to Rear Right Speaker + Green/Black to Rear Left Speaker – Green to Rear Left Speaker + Gray/BIack to Right Front Speaker – Gray to Right Front Speaker + White/Black to Front Left Speaker – White to Front Left Speaker +

****** Page 16 ****** Sound Processor PXE-0850X 20201201 e 15/28 Mixer Setup- 4-Channel In/6-ChanneI Out Using High Level Out (With OEM Head Unit) Channel 1 Channel 2 Channel 3 A 89+au 89%U Before 90tu 90%0 903,u 400 //////LPBE CH-11 CH-12 Passive input Hi,Level I HI Level 2 HI Level 3 Level 5 Hllcvel 6 Mix CH-I Home CH-2 Active input CH-3 4:00 a /////,ILPNE CH-12 CH-I CH-3 Active irwt CH-4 CH-4 Active input CH.-5 oo 00 Channel After TCR 4:01 Channel 4 CH-5 + 100 Mix CH-6 TCR Passive input Hi.Level 1 Hi Level Hi Level 6 oo 00 Channel Mix CH-2 Home + 100 CH-7 401 a /////n-PtE CH-I CHO Passive input Hi,Leve11 H’ Level 2 Hi Level 3 HILevel 6 oo 00 Channel Mix CHO Home Channel 5 TCR 4:01 Channel 6 + 100 Mix CH-8 //////tRE CH-2 CH-3 Passive input HivLevel 1 Level 2 HI level 3 Hi.Level 6 Mix CHA Home 4:01 = a /////,ILPNE CH-3 CH.4 Mix CH-5 Home CH-6 Z///A-PBE CH-4 CH-5 Passive input Hi.Level 1 Hi.Level 6 Mix CH.6 Home CH.7 Active input + 100 TCR oo oo Channel EQ Mix TCR Passive input Hi.Level 1 Hi, Level S oo oo Channel Active input + 100 EQ TCR oo Channel Active input + 100 EQ

****** Page 17 ****** Sound Processor PXE-0850X 20201201 e 16/28 Installation Example- 5-ChanneI In/10-ChanneI Out Using High Level Out (With OEM Head Unit) PXE-0850X COAXIAL INS 0 ooo EXTERNAL O o o o Main Harness o Sub Amp o O o O **Not Used** Orange/Black Orange Pink/BIack to Sub – Pink to Sub + o If the USB is plugged in backwards the controller will not work OUTPUT External Bluetooth Module ///MLPINE lop” r Preset Hi. Leve. Controller PXE-0850X Violet/Black to Rear Right Mid-Range – Violet to Rear Right Mid-Range + Green/Black to Rear Left Mid-Range – Green to Rear Left Mid-Range + Gray/Black to Front Right Tweeter – Gray to Front Right Tweeter + White/Black to Front Left Tweeter – White to Front Left Tweeter + Blue/White – Remote Red – +12V Ignition Yellow – +12V Constant x 3 Black – Ground x 3 Note: These are all crossed over outputs from the OEM head unit. O o o o o sp,K OUTPUT Öoööo CHIT CHIOOCH8 C O CHO CH2 Violet/Black to Front Right Midrange – Violet to Front Right Midrange + Green/Black to Front Left Midrange – Green to Front Left Midrange + Gray/Black to Front Right Tweeter – Gray to Front Right Tweeter + White/Black to Front Left Tweeter – White to Front Left Tweeter + Violet/BIack to Rear Right Speaker – Violet to Rear Right Speaker + Green/BIack to Rear Left Speaker – Green to Rear Left Speaker + Gray/Black to Front Right Woofer – Gray to Front Right Woofer+ White/Black to Front Left Woofer – White to Front Left Woofer +

****** Page 18 ****** PXE-0850X Mixer Setup- 5-Channel WI 0-ChanneI Out Using High Level Out (With OEM Head Unit) Channel i Channel 2 0+3 CH.4 3;50 CH-I Sound Processor 20201201 e 17/28 CH.5 Channel 3 CH•II C++12 Mix 0+1 /,’/ZA.PNE CH-12 CH-I input Mix CHQ CHO Mix CH.3 CH-2 input Hi,cevel 1 CH4 Active Before + 33 + 32 oo Channel Ch Home EO Channel 4 Mix H Ome Channel 5 oo Channel Home Channel 6 CH.6 TCN CH-4 + 33 + 33 + 33 ct+8 After CH.2 CHB Passive input Hi.ueve• 1 I-I’.L„eve: TCR Channel 7 CH.5 Active input 353 CH-3 TCR input Hi. Level 1 Channel Mix Home Mix CHO Home CHO Channel 8 Active + 100 + 50 Channel 9 3:54 a 3:52 CH-5 TCR Mix CHO ICR Active Channel 10 (hannel ct+11 CH4 Channel CH8 CHO CH.IO Active + 33 + 33 33 CH-6 TCR CH.7 input oo Channel Mix CH.8 Home Active + 33 + 33 CH-7 TCR input H’.ueve• 3 00 Channel Mix CHO Horne Act ive input EQ 33 CH.9 Passive input Hi.cevel 1 Channel Mix CH.IO Horne CH.II CHA12 Active input + 33

****** Page 19 ****** Sound Processor Mobile Phone App Instructions- Home Screen 2:51 ///MLPINE. Main source Hi.LeveI PXE-0850X Mix source OFF Preset 4 Mix 20201201 Home Master Vol 27 Main source selection SPDIF Hi-Level 31uetcnth o e 18/28 Erverypton 9we settiq Save settmg Local setting Mix source selectm Main source attenuatm SPDIF Hi.Level Bluetooth AUX OFF Preset 1 TCR Preset 2 oo 00 Channel Preset 3 Home 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Mute Button Master Volume Main Source Connections Indicator Files Tab Mix Source Preset Buttons Tuning Interface Mutes the audio. Adjusts the system volume up and down. Select input source (Hi-level, Aux, Bluetooth, and S/PDIF). If the Bluetooth icon is red then there is no phone paired. If the icon is green that indicates a phone is currently paired. If a phone has been previously paired then just start the app and the icon will turn green. Pressing on the icon will allow selection of streaming audio and data operation. User is able to Save, Share, and Load presets; along with viewing the software version. Mixes the audio in from a 2nd source (external GPS, radar detector, DVD player, etc). Store and recall up to 6 preset sound settings. Only 4 presets can display on the screen at a time. Slide from left to right to select the different presets. Switches between the app tuning screens.

****** Page 20 ****** Sound Processor PXE-0850X Mobile Phone App Instructions- EQ 2:53 ///MLPINE. CH-I 500 20201201 set Frequency(EQ5) SOHz Tips 19/28 CH-2 5k 40Hz 1.007 O.OdB CH-3 10k 20k 50Hz 1.007 O.OdB 1 6 Are you sure you want to Bypass all EQ? Cancel Tips Are sure you want to Restore all EQ? Cancel Tips Resetting the EQ will erase all settings Do you want to ccntinue? Output Channel EQ Curve Frequency, Q Value, Gain Gain Band On/Off P. EQ/G. EQ Mode Reset EQ Restore/Bypass CH-11 +12 +3 No. Freq. Q value Gain Bypass Reset EQ TCR CH-12 200 20Hz 1.007 O. OdB 25Hz 1.007 O.OdB 32Hz 1.007 O.OdB Restore EQ oo 00 Channel G.EQ Mode Home PEQ Mode Mix Ate you sure want to switch from REQ to settings will be lost) Cancel The 12 output channels can be selected by sliding left or right. Displays the current curve of the EQ adjustments. Adjust the Frequency, Q-Value, and Level. Note: Q and Frequency can only be adjusted when using the Parametric EQ. Only Level can be adjusted in Graphic EQ mode. Slide up or down to increase or decrease the gain between -12dB and +12dB. Press to bypass the EQ band. Press again to put the setting back to where it was. Selects either the Parametric EQ mode or the Graphic EQ mode. Switching the mode will result in a loss of all settings. Reset the EQ settings. Press to temporarily bypass the EQ settings. Press again to restore the settings.

****** Page 21 ****** Sound Processor PXE-0850X 20201201 20/28 Mobile Phone App Instructions- Mixer 2:55 ///MLPINE. CH-11 CH-12 Mix CH-I Home CH-2 Active input TCR Passive input AUX 2 AUX 3 AUX 5 AUX 6 oo 00 Channel CH-3 Mix Mixer Channel Active/Passive Input Input Level The 12 channels for mixing can be selected by sliding left or right. Matrix mixing allows routing any of the 6 Passive or Active inputs to any of the 12 Low Level or 8 High Level (25W) outputs. Not used. Leave in the default setting of Passive. Warning: If this gets changed you will lose the mixer settings for that channel. Adjust the slider left to right to move from O to 100% of the signal to mix in from that specifc channel. Note: It is highly recommended that the total for one channel equal 100 to prevent clipping.

****** Page 22 ****** Sound Processor 20201201 Mobile Phone App Instructions- TCR 1 Delay group Front Rear Subwoofer None x 2:56 ///MLPINE. Delay group None 0.000 o,ooo 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 oo 00 Channel TCR ms Home c) c) c) PXE-0850X 0.000 0.000 0.000 o,ooo 0.000 Mix TCR setting CH-2 onoo ms O cm 0 inch 0.000 2 X 3 TCR Delay Group Speaker Select Delay Units Allows the user to delay multiple linked channels at the same time. Tap the speaker icon of each channel to select the channel to delay. A slider will pop up to enter the value of the delay. Select between Milliseconds, Centimeters, and Inches as the increment to adjust the delay.

****** Page 23 ****** Sound Processor PXE-0850X 20201201 Mobile Phone App Instructions- Channel 2:59 ///MLPINE. CH-12 CH-I H.PF. Link-Ril 5000Hz 12dB/Oct Channel Type Channel VoI (dB) Channel Phase Sync oo oo Channel CH-2 Crossover Lock Home CH-4 6dB/Oct t2dB/Oct 18dB/Oct 24dB/Oct 30dB/Oct 36dB/Oct 42dB/Oct 48dB/Oct Tips Are you sure you wanit to ICR,’k the output configuraticm Please select tuning EO vol(dB) to / from to CH-3 L.P.F. 20000Hz 6dB/Oct v FR-Treble 22/28 Butter-W Bessel Tips Please select to cleat or the default out$».Jt configuration Cancel TCR Channel Reset Mix 1 10 11 Channel Selection Crossover Filter Type Crossover Frequency Slope Range Channel Type Channel Output Channel Phase Reset Sync Lock The 12 output channels can be selected by swiping left or right. Press to select to turn the H.P.F or the L.P.F on or off. Select between 3 filter types: Linkwitz-Riley, Bessel, and Butterworth. Select the crossover frequency (between 20Hz & 20kHz). Select the crossover slope (12dB, 18dB, 24dB, 30dB, 36dB, 42dB, or 48dB). Select the type of speaker being used. This will bring up a popup menu that will list every speaker type. Adjust Channel Output levels between 0-60. Press the speaker icon to mute. Sets the phase from 0 to 180. Select “Clear” to clear out all the settings. Select “Default” to restore to factory default values. Press to select to combine the data for the left and right channels. Select method to copy from left to right or from the right to left. Sets the phase from 0 to 180.

****** Page 24 ****** Sound Processor PC App Overview 1 2 File 3 Option Mix source 4 Encryption /////ÆPINE PXE-O& Main source HiLevel PXE-0850X 27 20201201 Preset sound effect t] Call 20 CH-I CH-2 CH-3 CH-4 CH-5 CH-6 CH.7 CH-8 CH-g CH-IO CH-II CH-12 Current anannel: FR-)ViZrange FL-Bass RL-æ:ss PR-eggs L.SUBW R-SUEW CH_I 22 40 n Master Vol • CH-I 100 • CH-6 CH-7 • CH-g CH-g • CH-IO 10 CH-2 11 200 CH-3 13 CH-4 14 500 CH-5 CH-II 12 +3 -12 No. Freq. a value Gain 12 16 67 30 18 1K 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 10K 29 23/28 E Save CH-12 30-—31 20K 1.007 1.27 t.C07 ‘.27 1.037 1.27 1.27 1.co; 1.27 1.007 1.27 ee Sync Lock (_5 Reset t.C07 1.007 1.27 t.co; 1.27 1.037 C) CEO Mode @ PEO Reset EQ TOR 0.000 rns inch C) Restore EQ CH-I Phase Vol(dB) 14 Type Link-Ril Freq. 5000Hz 13 Pa,ssrs• ‘.nput o o Slope 12daroct • Type Freq. 20000Hz 12 Slope 6ddJOct 1m 1m 1m 1m 1m o o o’ o o o

****** Page 25 ****** PXE-0850X Sound Processor 20201201 24/28 PC App Overview Continued 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Main Source File Tab Option Tab Encrytpion Tab Mute Volume Slider Preset Sound Effect Channel Selector EQ Curve Window EQ Settings P. EQ/G. EQ Mode Low Pass Filter High Pass Filter Channel Output Channel Phase TCR Channel Settings Restore/Bypass EQ Reset EQ Output Channels Connect Tab Select input source (Hi-level, Aux, Bluetooth, and S/PDIF). Load or Save presets stored on your PC. Input Mix Setting- opens the Mixer popup screen. The 12 channels for mixing can be selected by sliding left or right. Matrix mixing allows routing any of the 6 Passive or Active inputs to any of the 12 Low Level or 8 High Level (25W) outputs. Firmware Update- opens the explorer for a firmware update file. Restore Factory Settings- resets everything to factory defaults. Language- allows the user to change the language to Chinese. About- shows device info Create a 6 digit password to encrypt the settings. Mutes the audio. Adjusts the system volume up and down. Store and recall up to 6 preset sound settings. Select the desired channels to overlay in the EQ Curve Window. Displays the current curve of the EQ adjustments. The numbers can be used to move the bands of the EQ up and down. H and L can be used to drag the crossover settings. Frequency, Q Value, and Gain for each of the 31 bands can be adjusted. Each channel can be bypassed as well. Select either the Parametric EQ mode or the Graphic EQ mode. Switching the mode will result in a loss of all settings. Switch the Low Pass Filter on or off to cut high frequencies. Select between 3 filter types: Linkwitz-Riley, Bessel, and Butterworth. Select the crossover frequency (between 20Hz & 20kHz). Select the crossover slope (12dB, 18dB, 24dB, 30dB, 36dB, 42dB, or 48dB). Switch the High Pass Filter on or off to cut low frequencies. Select between 3 filter types: Linkwitz-Riley, Bessel, and Butterworth. Select the crossover frequency (between 20Hz & 20kHz). Select the crossover slope (1 2dB, 18dB, 24dB, 30dB, 36dB, 42dB, or 48dB). Adjust Channel Output levels between -60-0. Sets the phase from O to 180. Enter the value of the channel delay. The slider will display ms, cm, and inches. Clicking on one of the speaker icons will open the Channel Settings popup. Channel Output, Channel Phase, TCR, and Delay Group can all be adjusted. Press to temporarily bypass the EQ settings. Press again to restore the settings. Reset the EQ settings. The 12 Output Channels can be selected and configured. Clicking on the channel will display it in the EQ Curve window. Each channel can be assigned a location. Clicking on the speaker icon will Mute channels invidually. Plug in the PC via USB and press the Connect Tab to allow the software to communicate with the PXE-0850X.

****** Page 26 ****** Controller Interface /////ALPINE REMOTE COMMANDER PXE.0850X PXE-0850X O O Sound Processor 20201201 25/28 O .FE:ESET O 1 2 3 4 5 6 Rotary Encoder Volume Main Source Mix Source Sub W Preset Rotate clockwise or counter-clockwise to scroll through selections. Press and hold for 3 seconds to bring up the other menus. A short press forwards to the next menu screen. The default screen is Volume. Adjust the master Volume by turning the Rotary Encoder clockwise or counter-clockwise. Clockwise will increase the Volume and counter-clockwise will decrease the Volume. The interface will display the Volume numericaly 0-35 and it will also display it incrementally with the bars. Press the Rotary Encoder to Mute. 1 . Press and hold the Rotary Encoder for 3 seconds to bring up the source screen. 2. Rotate the Rotary Encoder right or left to scroll between Coaxial (digital), BT (Bluetooth), Hi.L (high-level), Aux (low-level). When Bluetooth and either the Hi or Aux are connected at the same time, the Bluetooth will default as the main source. 3. The selected Main Source is displayed by a box around the icon. There is no reason to press the Rotary Encoder to select the source. The menu will automatically time out if nothing is pressed for 5 seconds and go back to the default Volume screen. 1. The second short press of the Rotary Encoder will select the Mix Source menu. 2. Rotate the Rotary Encoder right or left to scroll between Coaxial (digital), BT (Bluetooth), Hi.L (high-level), Aux (low-level), and Mix Source Closed. When Mix Source Closed is selected the Mix Source is set to off. 3. The selected Mix Source is displayed by a box around the icon. There is no reason to press the Rotary Encoder to select the source. The menu will automatically time out if nothing is pressed for 5 seconds and go back to the default Volume screen. 1 . The third short press of the Rotary Encoder will select the Sub W menu. 2. Turn the rotary encoder left or right to adjust the subwoofer level between 0-15. If there is no sub output defined in the Channel settings it will show the error message No Sub Channel!. 1. The fourth short press of the Rotary Encoder will select the Preset menu. 2. Turn the Rotary Encoder left or right to scroll through Presets 1-6. 3. The selected Preset is displayed by highlighting the number. Short press the rotary encoder and the Preset will load. The menu will automatically time out if nothing is pressed for 5 seconds and go back to the default Volume screen. Note: If a laptop is connected or the phone app is launched and connected the Controller will be inoperable. It will display the Alpine logo and can’t be used.

****** Page 27 ****** Sound Processor Specifications Dynamic Range Signal-To-Noise-Ratio Total Harmonic Distortion Frequency Response Input Impedance Low-Level Output Impedance Scope Of Signal Input And Output Ambient Temperature Storage Temperature Power Source Active REM Input Active REM Output Stand-by Power Consumption Gross Weight Dimensions 21 Omm ////MLPIBE 8-17/64″ 190mm 7-31/64″ PXE-0850X 211 OdB 21 OOdB so.050/0 20Hz-20kHz 20201201 26/28 Low-level input: 20KQ High-level input: 330Q 51Q RCA Input: 7.5Vpp; High Level: 24Vpp; RCA Output: 7.5Vpp -20 – 600C -40 – 850C 9V 15V DC Options of high-level activation (HI +/HI and ACC activation for selection +12V activation; Voltage output (0. IA) SO.IW 1.7kg 3 pounds 12 ounces 21 Omm (length) x 190mm (width) x 45mm (heigth) 8-17/64″ (length) x 7-31/64″ (width) x 1-49/64″ o Ooo 45mm 1-49/64″

****** Page 28 ****** Sound Processor PXE-0850X 20201201 27/28 Specifications Type of Input Signals Output Type Output Signal Gain Native Sample Rate Output Signal EQ Output Crossover Output Phase Position And Delay Number Of Preset Sound Settings Troubleshooting Guide 6-channel high-level, 6-channel Aux, S/PDIF, Coaxial, Bluetooth 12-Channel RCA output, 8-Channel high-level Range of gain: mute, -59.9dB OdB 32k – 96k 1 . Range of frequency: 20Hz – 20KHz, resolution 1 Hz 2. Q-Factor: 0.404 28.85, resolution 0.01 3. Gain: -12.OdB – +12.OdB, resolution 0.1 dB 1. Types of filters: Butterworth, Linkwitz-Riley, and Bessel 2. Filter crossover points: 20Hz – 20KHz, resolution 1 Hz 3. Filter slope (Slope) setting: 12dB/Oct – 48db/Oct Phase: 00/1800 Delay: 0.000-20 milliseconds, 0.00-692cm, 0.00-273inches 1 2 3 4 5 Symptom Controller only displays Alpine logo and doesn’t allow controls. Not getting full range sound. Top light on PXE-0850X is flashing. Light stays on after vehicle is shut off. Bluetooth module is flashing. Possible Cause The USB cable is not plugged in the right direction, a laptop is plugged in, or the phone app is connected. OEM head unit has crossed over outputs. Device is connected and the app is being used. The PXE-0850X stays on for 2 minutes after the system shuts off. No devices are paired to the unit. 6 Remedy The USB cable needs to be plugged into the PXE-0850X with the side that has the connection for the controller going away from the PXE-0850X. A PC can’t be plugged into the PXE-0850X and have use of the controller at the same time. Disconnect the device. The phone app can’t be connected via Bleutooth to the PXE-0850X and have use of the controller at the same time. Disconnect the app. Outputs should be tested with an oscilloscope and RTA to see what frequencies they are outputting. If the outputs are crossed over they will need to be mixed with others to get a full range signal. Test the output of the PXE-0850X to see what channels need to be mixed in more. When the app is connected the lights on the unit will flash. Once the app is disconnected they will go back to steady. This is normal operation. If a device is paired to the PXE-0850X the Bluetooth extension light will stop flashing and the light will go steady.

****** Page 29 ****** Sound Processor PXE-0850X Limited Warranty 20201201 28/28 ALPINE ELECTRONICS OF AMERICA, INC. (“Alpine”), is dedicated to quality craftsmanship and are pleased to offer this Warranty. We suggest that you read it thoroughly. Should you have any questions, please contact your Dealer or contact Alpine at one ofthe telephone numbers listed below. PRODUCTS COVERED: This Limited Warranty (“Limited Warranty”) covers Alpine Car Audio Products and Related Accesso- ries (“the Product”). Products purchased in Canada are only covered in Canada. Products purchased in the U.S.A. are only covered in the U.S.A. e LENGTH OF WARRANTY: This Warranty is in effect for one year (1) from the date ofthe original retail purchase ofthe Product. e WHO IS COVERED: This Warranty only covers the original purchaser ofthe Product, who must reside in the United States, Puerto Rico, or Canada. e WHAT IS COVERED: This Warranty covers defects in materials or workmanship (parts and labor), under normal use, in the product. ‘WHAT IS NOT COVERED: This Limited Warranty does not cover the following: O Damage occuring during shipment ofthe Product to Alpine for repair (claims must be presented to the carrier). @Damage caused by normal wear and tear, accident or abuse, including burned voice coils caused by over-driving the speaker (amplifier level is turned up and driven into distortion or dipping). Speaker mechanical failure (e.g. punctures, tears, or rips). Cracked or damaged LCD panels. Dropped or damaged hard drives. @ Damage caused by negligence, misuse, improper operation, or failure to follow instructions contained in the Owner’s manual. @Damage caused by act ofGod, including without limitation, earthquake, fire, flood, storms, or other acts of nature. Any cost or expense related to the removal or reinstallation ofthe product. O Service performed by an unauthorized person, company, or assosiation. @Any product which has the serial number defaced, altered, or removed. @ Any product which has been adjusted, altered, or modified with Alpine’s consent. @Any product not distributed by Alpine within the United States, Puerto Rico or Canada. @Any product not purchased from an Authorized Alpine dealer. e HOW TOOBTAINWARRANTYSERVICE: O You are responsible for delivery ofthe Product to an Authorized Alpine Service Center or Alpine for repair and for payment of any initial shipping charges. Alpine will, at its option, repair or replace the product with a new or reconditioned product without charge. If the repairs are covered by this Limited Warranty, and if the product was shipped to an Authorized Alpine Service Center or Alpine, Alpine will pay the return shipping charges. The repaired or replaced Product will continue to be covered under the original Limited Warranty period. @You should provide a detailed description ofthe problem(s) for which service is required. @You must supply proofofyour purchase ofthe product. @You must package the product securely to avoid damage during shipment. To prevent lost packages it is recommended to use a carrier that provides a tracking service. HOW WE LIMIT IMPLIED WARRANTIES: ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND MERCHANTABILITY ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE PERIOD OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY SET FORTH ABOVE AND NO PERSON OR THIRD PARTY IS AUTHORIZED TO ADD, MODIFY, OR EXTEND THE TERMS OFTHIS LIMITED WARRANTY AND/OR ASSUME FOR ALPINE ANY OTHER LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE OF THE PRODUCT. e HOW WE EXCLUDE CERTAIN DAMAGES: TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, ALPINE AND ITS PARENT COMPANY AFFILIATES AND SUBSIDIARIES EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM LIABILITY TO YOU UNDER ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY FOR ALL INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT DAMAGES, SPECIAL PUNITIVE, AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES WHICH MAY BE INCURRED BYYOU IN RELATION TO THE PRODUCT. THE TERM INCIDENTAL DAMAGES INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO , COSTS AND EXPENSES OF TRANSPORTING THE PROD- UCTTO THE ALPINE SERVICE CENTER, LOSS OF THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER’S TIME, LOSS OF THE USE OF THE PRODUCT, BUS FARES, CAR RENTALS OR OTHER COSTS RELATING TO THE CARE AND CUSTODY OF THE PRODUCT. THE TERM CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO THE COST OF REPAIRING OR REPLACING OTHER PROPERTY WHICH IS DAMAGED WHEN THIS PRODUCT DOES NOT WORK PROPERLY. TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, THIS LIMITED WARRANTY AND THE REMEDIES PROVIDED HEREUNDER ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHERS. TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, THE TOTAL LIABILITY OF ALPINE, ITS PARENT COMPANY, AFFILIATES, AND SUBSIDIARIES IN CONNECTION WITH THIS LIMITED WARRANTY AND/OR THE PRODUCT SHALL NOT EXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU ACTUALLY PAID FOR THE PRODUCT. e HOW STATE/PROVINCIAL LAW RELATES TO THE WARRANTY: This Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state and province to province. In addition, some states/provinces do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, and some do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. Accordingly, limitations as to these matters contained herein may not apply to you. In any ofthe terms this Limited Warranty are held to be null, void, illegal or unenforceable for any reason, the remaining terms of this Limited Warranty will remain in full force and effect. IN CANADA ONLY: For warranty service in the Canadian market contact: Phone: (905) 513-7733 Fax: (905) 513-7740 Email: inf0@gentec-intl.com Or visit our website at alpine-canada.com e HOW TO CONTACT CUSTOMER SERVICE: Should the product require service, please call the following number for your nearest Authorized Alpine Service Center: CUSTOMER SERVICE: ECH SUPPORT: 1-800-421-2284, ext. 860304 1-800-TECWIOI (1-800-832-4101) Or visit our website at alpine-usa.com This Limited Warranty is provided by ALPINE ELECTRONICS OF AMERICA, INC., whose principal office is at 1500 Atlantic Blvd. Auburn Hills, MI 48326, U.S.A. Do not send products to this address. Call the toll-free number or viist the website to locate a service center.

****** Page 30 ****** PXE-0850X 12-Channel Advanced Wireless Digital Sound Processor //////U-PNE PRODUCT OVERVIEW The next generation of upgraded technology that seamlessly integrates into factory systems PRODUCT FEATURES OEM Integration — The PXE-0850X has 6 low and/or high-level inputs that can be mixed to create a full range signal that sends up to 12 independent channels for versatility in OEM and aftermarket system building. Eight of the 12 channels can utilize 25W of powered output to allow even more flexibility. Tuning Tools — The processor can be tuned with the 31 Band Parametric or Graphic EQ for precise adjustments. Detailed high/low crossovers and expansive time correction can be made to each of the 12 channels. /////ALPINE /////n..pee alpine-usa.com Music on Command — Access to some of the DSP’s features is presented in the improved LCD controller, which can be flush-mounted on the dash for quick adjustments to volume, preset storage and recall, subwoofer level, and source selection with results displayed on the LED screen.. Improved Software — New and improved software matches the user interface (Ul) of the PXE-X09 (introduced in 2020) and provides a cleaner layout that simplifies the mixer and tuning flow. @alpineusa

****** Page 31 ****** PXE-0850X 12-Channel Advanced Wireless Digital Sound Processor TECH SPECS • 6 Low and/or High-level inputs 12 RCA outputs 25W RMS x 8 (40, THD+N, 14.4V) (mirrors the first 8 RCA outputs) Matrix Mixing Bluetooth@ audio streaming with included external module • Wireless sound tuning via smartphone. PC tuning also available Dash-mounted remote controller included Specialized type filtering: Butterworth, Linkwitz-Riley, Bessel Frequency range: 20Hz 20KHz, IHz steps Q: 0.404 – 28.85, 0.01 steps Gain: -12.0dB – +12.0 dB, 0.1 dB steps Filter crossover points: 20Hz — 20KHz. IHz steps Slopes: 12dB, 18dB, 24dB, 30dB, 36dB, 42dB, 48dB Up to 20ms of time delay per channel • Tl 32-bit DSP with 300MHz floating point processing • Delay units: 0.000 to 20 milliseconds, 0.00 to 692 centimeters, 0.00 to 273 inches • O deg. or 180 deg. phase adjustment per channel • Tl 24-bit premium audio ADC/DAC • 31 Band Parametric or Graphic Output EQ • High pass, low pass, and bandpass, independent filters per channel alpine-usa.com //////ILPINE @alpineusa

****** Page 32 ****** /////ALPINE LIMITED WARRANTY ‘PRODUCTS COVERED: This Limited Warranty (“Limited Warranty”) covers Alpine Car Audio Products and• Related Accessories (the Product ). Products purchased in Canada are covered only in Canada. Products purchased in the U.S.A. are covered only in the U.S.A. ‘LENGTH OF WARRANTY: This Warranty is in effect for one year (1) from the date of the original retail purchase on the Product. ‘WHO IS COVERED: This Warranty only covers the original purchaser of the Product, who must reside in the United States, Puerto Rico or Canada. •WHAT IS COVERED: This Warranty covers defects in materials or workmanship (parts and labor), under normal use, in the Product. ‘WHAT IS NOT COVERED: This Limited Warranty does not cover the following: O Damage occurring during shipment of the Product to Alpine for repair (claims must be presented to the carrier). (D Damage caused by normal wear and tear, accidents or abuse, including burned voice coils caused by over- driving the speaker (amplifier level is turned up and driven into distortion or clipping). Speaker mechanical failure (e.g. punctures, tears or rips). Cracked or damaged LCD panels. Dropped or damaged hard drives. @ Damage caused by negligence, misuse, improper operation or failure to follow instructions contained in the Owner’s manual. @ Damage caused by an act of God, including without limitation, earthquake, fire, flood, storms or other acts of nature. Any cost or expense related to the removal or reinstallation of the Product. @ Service performed by an unauthorized person, company or association. @ Any Product which has the serial number defaced, altered or removed. O Any Product which has been adjusted, disassembled, altered or modified without Alpine’s consent. @ Any Product not distributed by Alpine within the United States, Puerto Rico or Canada. @ Any Product not purchased from an Authorized Alpine Dealer. •HOW TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE: O You are responsible for delivery of the Product to an Authorized Alpine Service Center or Alpine for repair and for payment of any initial shipping charges. Alpine will, at its option, repair or replace the Product with a new or reconditioned product without charge. If the repairs are covered by this Limited Warranty, and if the Product was shipped to an Authorized Alpine Service Center or Alpine, Alpine will pay the return shipping charges. The repaired or replaced Product will continue to be covered under the original Limited Warranty period. (2) You should provide a detailed description of the problem(s) for which service is required. @ You must supply proof of your purchase of the Product. @ You must package the Product securely to avoid damage during shipment. To prevent lost packages, it is recommended to use a carrier that provides a tracking service. ‘HOW WE LIMIT IMPLIED WARRANTIES: ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND MERCHANTABILITY ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE PERIOD OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY SET FORTH ABOVE AND NO PERSON OR THIRD PARTY IS AUTHORIZED TO ADD TO, MODIFY, OR EXTEND THE TERMS OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY AND/OR ASSUME FOR ALPINE ANY OTHER LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE OF THE PRODUCT eHow WE EXCLUDE CERTAIN DAMAGES: TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, ALPINE AND ITS PARENT COMPANY, AFFILIATES, AND SUBSIDIARIES EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM LIABILITY TO YOU UNDER ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY FOR ALL INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT DAMAGES, SPECIAL, PUNITIVE, AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES WHICH MAY BE INCURRED BY YOU IN RELATION TO THE PRODUCT. THE TERM INCIDENTAL DAMAGES INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO, COSTS AND EXPENSES OF TRANSPORTING THE PRODUCT TO THE ALPINE SERVICE CENTER, LOSS OF THE ORIGINAL PURCHASERS TIME, LOSS OF THE USE OF THE PRODUCT, BUS FARES, CAR RENTALS OR OTHER COSTS RELATING TO THE CARE AND CUSTODY OF THE THE TERM CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES INCLUDES, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO, THE COST OF REPAIRING OR REPLACING OTHER PROPERTY WHICH IS DAMAGED WHEN THIS PRODUCT DOES NOT WORK PROPERLY. TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, THIS LIMITED WARRANTY AND THE REMEDIES PROVIDED HEREUNDER ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHERS. TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, THE TOTAL LIABILITY OF ALPINE, ITS PARENT COMPANY, AFFILIATIES, AND SUBSIDIARIES IN CONNECTION WITH THIS LIMITED WARRANTY AND/OR THE PRODUCT SHALL NOT EXCEED THE AMOUNT YOU ACTUALLY PAID FOR THE PRODUCT. OHOW STATE/PROVINCIAL LAW RELATES TO THE LIMITEDWARRANTY: This Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state and province to province. In addition, some states/ provinces do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, and some do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. Accordingly, limitations as to these matters contained herein may not apply to you. If any of the terms of this Limited Warranty are held to be null, void, illegal or unenforceable for any reason, the remaining terms of this Limited Warranty will remain in full force and effect. For warranty service in the Canadian market, contact: Phone: (905) 513-7733 Fax: (905) 513-7740 Email: info@gentec-intl.com Or visit our website at alpine-canada.com •HOW TO CONTACT CUSTOMER SERVICE: Should the Product require service, please call the following number for your nearest Authorized Alpine Service Center. CUSTOMER SERVICE 1-800-421-2284, ext. 860304 TECH SUPPORT I-BOO-TECH-IOI (1-800-832-4101) Or visit our website at alpine-usa.com This Limited Warranty is provided by ALPINE ELECTRONICS OF AMERICA, INC., whose principal office is at 1500 Atlantic Blvd, Auburn Hills, MI 48326, U.S.A. Do not send Products to this address. Call the toll-free telephone number or visit the website to locate a service center.

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