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Old 11th April 2004, 04:12 PM   #1
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Default Anyone know of any 7909 Mods?

I've heard of people modding their Alpine 7909 headunit for better performance. Does anyone know what types of mods can be done on this unit? I tried searching the web but couldn't find any details. I have the anniversary edition model and it sounds good, but if it could be made to sound better, I'm game. If someone has some advice, I'm listening. Thanks Allot,

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Old 12th April 2004, 02:39 PM   #2
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Richard Clark did mods to his 7909. If you can find a number for Autosound 2000, I've heard he's pretty helpful if you call up.
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http://www.carsound.com/cgi-bin/UBB_...?ubb=forum;f=1

Richard Clark is easy to reach online. He is the big-high muckety-muck of the "Richard Clark on Audio" forum at carsound.com and (at least when I was actively posting there) was active in the other forums as well.

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I wouldn't try to contact him electronically. I've emailed him several times to no avail, plus it seems he avoids the forums whenever possible. Too many idiots running around...
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too bad. a couple of years ago he was a very active member
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Old 13th April 2004, 03:28 AM   #6
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Thanks for the link. Gives me another place to search. And I'll see about getting ahold of Richard.
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