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Connect your INE-S920HD, INE-Z928HD, IVE-W535HD or IVE-W530 to the KCU-461iV for convenient iPod, iPhone and USB music control in your car.
Price: U.S. $30.00
Professional installation available at authorized retailers.
Standard in-vehicle solutions may drain the battery of your iPhone, but with the KCU-461iV and compatible Alpine head unit, your iPhone charges via the USB cable, so you can enjoy nonstop music and recharge your iPhone at the same time.
It’s convenient to control your iPod or iPhone in the car – enjoy seamless operation of your iPod in addition to full control of all your favorite media sources. Control all search options of your iPod directly from a compatible Alpine head unit, via Playlist, Artist, Album, Song, Genre, Podcast, or Composer. The USB connection allows for high-quality iPod playback and delivers an even faster access speed so you’ll find songs as quickly as you expect to find them on your iPod.
Get access to and control of all the songs from your iPhone right from the head unit! Large music libraries are no problem with a faster connection speed and QuickSearch featuring Alphabet Search, you can easily scroll through long lists of music by skipping through the letters of the alphabet. Once you find the letter you want, you can jump to the exact song!
Note: MP3 device or cell phone can only be independently controlled through the head unit when using the USB connection, not with the AUX connection.
Have lots of music? Find it fast! With Alpine's exclusive Quick Search technology, you'll be able to find what you want, the quickest and easiest way possible. With so many ways to listen to thousands of songs, now you can get super-fast access to playlist, artist, album, song, podcast, genre and composer, even use Quick Search to access your radio stations.
For especially big music libraries, Percentage Search function uses the preset buttons for quick jumps to specific parts of the list. Save yourself from scrolling through each song one by one, when you can just jump to a segment of your library with a touch of a button