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Alpine IXAW404 eDigital Media Station

by Alpine

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  • Condition - BRAND NEW IN ORIGINAL PACKAGING
  • Warranty - 1 YEAR
  • Manufacturer - ALPINE
  • Audio/Video Outputs - None
  • Aux Input - no

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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.6 pounds
  • ASIN: B002C0P37G
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #183,306 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 3, 2009

Product Description

Alpine IXA-W404 General Features: In-dash Digital Media Receiver with Tuner and Remote Full color 4.3" QVGA Monitor Wireless remote control included Blue button lighting iPersonalize allows the uploading of personal wallpaper Built-in multi-clock with calendar CEA-2006 compliant amplifier Power Output: Peak: 50 watts x 4 channels RMS: 18 watts x 4 channels MP3 ID3 Tag Display (Title/Artist/Album) 1-year warranty Playback and Audio Features: Digital media receiver allows connection to iPods, iPhones, and other portable devices for playback of digital audio without the necessity of having a CD player Playback of MP3, AAC and WMA Tuner with 12FM/6AM presets MediaXpander Ready: The PXA-H100 is required and sold separately 5-Band parametric graphical equalizer 7 Band parametric equalizer ready with the required PXA-H100 (sold separately Built-in high pass filter allows adjustment of the high-pass filter right from the headunit Loudness feature Subwoofer level adjustment Expandability Options: 3 Sets of 2V preamp outputs (front, rear and subwoofer) Navigation Ready: NVE-P1 required and sold separately Bluetooth Ready: KCE-400BT required and sold separately SIRIUS Satellite Radio Ready: SIRIUS Radio Package required and sold separately HD Radio with iTunes Tagging Ready: HD Radio Tuner required and sold separately iPod Ready: Full iPod and iPhone connection via the rear USB and A/V cable (included) Rear view camera ready: Alpine rear view camera system required and sold separately Steering wheel remote ready: SWI-JACK required and sold separately CD Changer controls...

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Customer Reviews

Pretty key point you omitted, there Alpine.
Matrix Elias
When watching them on the Alpine, if I turn my car off, then turn it back on, it does not go back to the video.
Roger W. Whittaker
This unit does not work well with the iphone 5 or any device with the new 7 pin lightning cable.
Travis Jones

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Special K on December 21, 2009
The other review says that there is a clock problem this is not true you just have to be able to set the clock which is a little confusing the first time that you do it (You must pretend as if you are watching a movie with parking break etc...). This does mean that you cannot adjust the clock while you are moving. However, the ipod interface is fantastic especially if you save the settings to be identical to the ones on the iPod. Just take a little time setting up everything the way you want it before you take it out. From then on it is easy to work with and a great product i would recommend this to anybody who doesn't necessarily want a full touch screen, and would rather use a system like this for sound rather than for movies.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Travis Jones on December 14, 2013
I doubt that this will apply to anyone anymore, but needs to be said. This unit does not work well with the iphone 5 or any device with the new 7 pin lightning cable. It works great with devices that use the 32 pin cable. Trying to use an adapter does not help that much. Both units must be reset every few minutes to prevent the skipping that is so frequent it makes the unit unusable.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By CK on December 2, 2010
This is a great unit especially if you're using an IPOD with it. The IPOD control is flawless compared to The Pioneer this replaced and a JVC unit that I have in another vehicle(JVC IPOD control is worthless!). I also have a rear camera hooked up to it. Sound quality is excellent with my factory Infinity gear. I haven't had any problems with it to this point so I'm very satisfied with it. This replaced a Pioneer AVIC F700bt that was in my Wrangler 4door. My only gripe is the video bypass. All manufacturers should realize that most people are going to bypass the video on their units regardless of safety concerns. I purchased a PAC TR-7 to do it with this unit. Without by-passing the video you have to do the foot brake/parking brake dance to either watch video or get to the basic setup menu's. It's not like I'm going to watch video while I'm driving but I do like to tweak things while on the go. And the 4 step process that Alpine wants you to do to get to the basic menu's is why I rated this 4 stars instead of 5.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. Intriago on March 27, 2010
I first started by upgrading my factory speakers... next I installed a 500w AMP which made the factory stereo sound so much better. I heard that ALPINE made the IXA series to work seamlessly with iPods and that the sound would be great.... i took the plunge and odered the IXA 404 (considered the IXA 407 & INA w900 but did not want to spend the extra $$$$. I had my new unit and once installed... all I can say is WOW AMAZING!!!! could not be hapier... have not even played with the EQ or settings and when I pluged my iPOD in... ohhhh baby!!!!
Highly recommend this unit... It makes the sounds out of my 2 Component ALPINE SC 600 speakers in front and 2 Coaxials in the back sing like never before... oh and I added a self amplified 8" Bazzoka which gives it the final component to make it sound soooooo nice. Could not be happier... just for the sound alone is worth every penny.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. L. on September 16, 2010
I had the first generation generation iDA-X001 in my vehicle and when the faceplate broke I decided to upgrade to the Alpine IWAW404. I loved the look and has been wanting a double-din deck. I was very happy with the iDA-X001 and thought this unit, being 4 years newer, would be even better. What I got was a week of a lot of wasted time as I watched Car Toys install three of them over a one week time period. The iXA-W404 kept freezing up for 2 to 10 minutes at a time. I finally had them install the single din i-DAX305s and so far so good, sound is great, works as advertised. When the iXA-W404 was working, I loved it, too bad they cant fix the problems is is having. I should have known there was something wrong when they knocked $200 off the price...I heard they are going to discontinue this model, and for good reason. Do not buy this!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Richard Vickers on June 20, 2010
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sound quality is ok. when using a flash drive with this deck, the latency is horrible. it has to bank everytime you turn your car on which can take like 10 minutes. sometimes it "loses" the usb drive in mid song and has to rebank. not all of the music i put on it will play. the movie files will only play from an ipod. i wish it had better graphics, like screen savers or something. the touch screen doesn't work as well as hoped. and for all the features that make this thing worth while you'll have to spend $900 more dollars for all the non included extra parts. do not waste your money on this.
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Matrix Elias on April 29, 2010
Okay, let me first state that this is the third Alpine deck I have purchased and the others did not give me anywhere near as much trouble as this one did. First the good points:

- Its Alpine, so much like coveted Apple devices its intuitive, so you don't feel the need to pore over the manual before you launch out of the parking lot.

- It sounds really good. Especially when pushing Bose speakers.

- Good customer service (you'll understand in a minute).

Now for the frustrating part:

- What Alpine negelects to mention and the crux of my disappointment with this deck is that the firmware updates for this and the 400BT (Bluetooth Device) have to done using a PC... I own a Macbook Pro. Even with the PC side of my MBP (Windows XP) trying to push the updates, no dice. Pretty key point you omitted, there Alpine.

- The deck has been replaced for me by Alpine once already because it kept freezing up after about an hour when attached to my 2nd Gen iPod Touch. I had the iPod checked out by Apple just to be certain it wasn't the culprit... nope, its the deck. Even now with the second (improved) deck installed, it still happens way to frequently for what I paid for this thing when it first came out.

- The 400BT and deck combined have issues recognizing my phone for the hands free operation. I own a Motorola Droid, I phone I recognize was released AFTER the deck was made, but we refer back to complaint #1 whereas had the system been made to work with any bluetooth capable computer I'd have been able to load the most updated firmware so that it COULD recognize the newer phone.

This will be the last time I purchase an Alpine product if this is how far their quality standards have fallen.
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