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Default re: Alpine PXA-H800 Processor Discussion Thread

Not so hot Todd.

If the MS-8 was treating me well I wouldn't care. About to RMA. I think I got a dud

I do want to say the customer service has been excellent. Andy has taken quite a bit of time to help.

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Default re: Alpine PXA-H800 Processor Discussion Thread

Well, it seems like according to Alpine Japan's website, the factory is fine. But Japan in general does still have rolling blackouts. The real Alpine issue is their distribution center sounds like it got wiped out by the tsunami (distribution right on the coast for ship loading/etc.)

So, wait and see I guess.
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Most of Alpine's US bound products are not made in Japan anyway!
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I'd imagine a lot of their parts are though? *shrug* Maybe not!
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With any luck Jim will chime in with some good news...

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With any luck Jim will chime in with some good news...
I'll chime in, but it isn't with good news ...

We are working through one last issue found in testing. That bug was found on the day of the incident in Japan. As our website/press releases have said, the Iwaki, Japan facility has been closed up until last yesterday. So, before the quake, we had some delays .. and now with it, we expect some more before we get back running.

All that said, we took the cautious route as of last week and have delayed the "official" intro to MERA, where we are planning on doing a full class/training a la Andy and Larry. The MERA crowd (along with you guys) are the exact market for a product like this and we're focusing on a few key intros at that show to make it a strong showing for us.

Sorry to all of those that have PM'd me over the past few weeks, I've been out on the road at our trainings ... and I wasn't really ready to answer the questions about samples/timings/etc etc. This whole situation is a bit of a downer for all of us here, especially those with family back in Northern Japan (not me).

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I have it up and running in my Jeep, and it sounds incredible. ImprintEQ is changed significantly for the better, it is actually louder than my RTA/Ear-tuned setup ... not like Imprint of old where you had to turn the gains way down, etc. I still prefer my own tune, like many of you will, but playing with the post-processing is nice to tailor it to taste. In a non-active 2-way 6.5" front stage, the center image is dead on ... and time correction is excellent. For my tastes (being a front stage only guy), I found that ImprintEQ added a bit more rear fill than I like, but a simple -4dB on that setting takes care of that. Overall balance of the sound is really nice, specifically the bass is much more linear and balanced sounding vs. last-gen.


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How about the 910? Are we looking at delays for that too?
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How about the 910? Are we looking at delays for that too?
Im pretty sure we're fine on the W910

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Default re: Alpine PXA-H800 Processor Discussion Thread

Jim, sorry to hear of the delay. I sent you a pm a couple days ago. If you get a chance, let me know what you think.

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Default re: Alpine PXA-H800 Processor Discussion Thread

Jim-

Thank you for your candid honesty about the situation. Though I am sorry to hear that the product will be delayed, I'm certain that we all would rather wait for things to be completely squared away before it gets into everyone's hands. It's good for those of us who have installs in the works whose design decisions may hinge on the H800's availability to know where things stand. Again, thanks!

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Firmware updates, (woohoo) hopefully this product has a long life cycle planned :-)
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when is the W910 suppose to be released?
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Hey Jim

I am sure you are busy as heck (due to the unfortunate occurrences in japan) but I was wondering if you had and inkling or could hint to the approximate release date of the H800 (hopefully all of those bugs are getting worked out) maybe the H800 will be released at the same time as the w910????

I hate to ask this but I have been pestering my local alpine dealer to no end and they claim they haven't heard anything other than April!

Hopefully you can tell us something!!! We are eager for the release!

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Caled my local distributor in Malaysia and was told the H800 will be released here around early May.

There is already details of the H800 at Alpine Asia website:

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I'm hoping I can get one of these to review and share here and on other sites. I've been itching to write a review on a product for a while and this sucker definitely looks worth the time to pursue. Hopefully we can work something out. Otherwise, I'll be accepting donations to buy one, lol. (j/k)
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^ I've been meaning to contact someone about that, just forgot who it is. I've been busy a lot lately with other projects...
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Caled my local distributor in Malaysia and was told the H800 will be released here around early May.

There is already details of the H800 at Alpine Asia website:

PXA-H800
Hey it says on the site that the time correction can be adjusted from 0 - 20ms in 5ms increments, is this correct? If so then that doesnt sound like a very big range, thats only 4 increments by what there saying.
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Hey it says on the site that the time correction can be adjusted from 0 - 20ms in 5ms increments, is this correct? If so then that doesnt sound like a very big range, thats only 4 increments by what there saying.
? Here's what I read "8 channel auto/manual digital time correction (0 to 20ms, 0.05ms steps)"

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? Here's what I read "8 channel auto/manual digital time correction (0 to 20ms, 0.05ms steps)"

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Buddy it says right on there and I quote : "Up to 8 channels can be corrected automatically or manually, from 0 to 20ms in 5ms steps." I dont need glasses, Alpine needs to fix there information on the Alpine Asia site.
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Buddy it says right on there and I quote : "Up to 8 channels can be corrected automatically or manually, from 0 to 20ms in 5ms steps." I dont need glasses, Alpine needs to fix there information on the Alpine Asia site.
Sorry, but u are wrong. Its clearly indicated at alpine asia website (copy and paste):

8 channel auto/manual digital time correction (0 to 20ms, 0.05ms steps)
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The Specifications in the ingress states 0.05ms but the Imprint section reads 5ms. Thank god at least the specs are correct.

So Alpine do need to correct the information at the Imprint section.


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The Specifications in the ingress states 0.05ms but the Imprint section reads 5ms. Thank god at least the specs are correct.

So Alpine do need to correct the information at the Imprint section.
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hi.
Don't know if this is mentioned before?,
but the new catalog 2011-2012 is online!
I also found a pricelist from Swiss.
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