DVD/Video CD Controls
Inputs and Outputs Notes
Mobile Multimedia Station:
Alpine's line of Ai-NET Mobile Multimedia Stations allow you to connect and
control a wide range of in-car audio and visual systems, such as DVD/CD/MP3
changers, rear seat monitors, and navigation systems, from an in-dash
control center and separate amplifier unit.
Motorized, 6.5" Wide Touchscreen
Monitor: The IVA-D100 has a motorized 6.5" wide, touchscreen monitor (with 16:9
aspect ratio) that serves as a video monitor and system information display.
External Amplifier: The system
uses an external amplifier to drive the front and rear speakers. The 4-channel,
18 watts-per-channel amplifier has 4 RCA input jacks, and 16-pin wiring harness
for the power inputs and speaker outputs.
PulseTouch: The unit's
touchscreen features "PulseTouch," which provides tactile feedback, along with
audible and visual confirmation, to the user to confirm the input of commands.
It uses different vibrations and pressures that simulate what it feels like when
you tap a real button, hold a button down, move a slider or touch where no
screen commands exist.
Automatic Monitor Opening/Closing:
When the Automatic Opening/Closing mode is set to "Full," the monitor
automatically opens when the ignition key is turned to the "Acc" or
"On" position. When the mode is set to "Manual", the monitor
must be opened and closed using the Open/Close button. When the mode is set to
"Close", the monitor automatically closes when the ignition key is
Angle/Slide Adjustment: You can adjust the monitor's angle and slide
position for better
visibility. The screen angle can be adjusted between 40 and 105 degrees (10
monitor's position can set to the normal position or slid forward approximately
1/2" ("front position") to clear possible dash obstructions.
Flat Angle Setting: When you
want to operate some vehicle controls (air conditioner, etc.) that are hidden
behind the raised monitor, you can temporarily position the monitor at a flat
angle by pressing the "Open/Flat" button on the front panel. After 10 seconds in
the flat position, the monitor moves back to its original angle.
Video Lock-out Feature: For
safety and legal reasons, the IVA-D100 features a video lock-out feature to
prevent the viewing of a video source while the vehicle is in motion. To watch a
video source, the vehicle must be parked with the ignition in the ACC or ON
position. The vehicle's parking brake must be engaged, disengaged, and engaged
again while the foot brake is held in.
Illumination Control: You can select one
of the following dimmer settings:
- Auto: adjusts
the brightness of the background illumination of the monitor depending on
the ambient light in your vehicle
- On: keeps the background illumination
of the monitor dark
- Off: keeps the background illumination
of the monitor bright
Background Screen: You have a
choice of 5 different background textures. These backgrounds are visible when a
CD, MP3/WMA, or the tuner is selected. When "Auto Background" is activated, the
background texture will change each time the ignition key is turned off and
turned on again.
Display Modes: You can select one of the following display modes:
- Mode 1 (Wide): evenly
stretches a 4:3 picture horizontally to fit the wide screen monitor
- Mode 2 (Cinema): displays a
4:3 picture by stretching out the picture horizontally and vertically. This
mode is good for displaying a cinema-type picture with a 16:9 ratio.
- Mode 3 (Normal): displays a
4:3 picture at the center of the screen with a vertical black band at each
Blackout Display Mode: When
the Blackout mode is activated, the display turns off to reduce power
consumption. The additional power made available by turning off the display
helps enhance sound quality.
This unit can play CD-ROM, CD-R, and CD-RW discs containing MP3 and WMA files
recorded using the ISO 9660 Level 1 or Level 2 formats; constant and variable
bit rates from 32 kbps to 320 kbps are supported for MP3 and WMA. Discs recorded using Joliet,
Romeo, or other ISO 9660 compliant formats can be played, but file and folder
names may not be displayed correctly. ID3 tag v1 and WMA tags are supported; track title, artist name and
album name ID3 tag data can be displayed.
Satellite Radio Ready: An optional XM
Satellite Radio tuner may be controlled by this unit when connected via the
Ai-NET bus. For XM Satellite Radio, you can connect the Terk XMDirect Satellite
Radio package (item # 700XMALPIN). For Sirius Satellite Radio, you can choose
the SIR-ALP1 (607SIRALP1) for satellite radio programming, or the SIR-ALP10T
(607SIRALPN) for satellite radio and NavTraffic. A subscription to XM or Sirius
is required to receive programming. A separate subscription is required in order
to receive traffic updates.
HD Radio Ready: The optional
Alpine HD Radio Receiver (item # 500TUAT550) delivers FM radio with CD-like
audio quality and AM with FM-like quality. Song, artist, and album titles are
viewable on the display.
Auxiliary Input Ready: With the
addition of the optional KCA-121B Ai-NET/RCA interface cable, the KCA-801B
auxiliary input adapter, or the KCA-410C Versatile-Link Terminal, the audio from
an auxiliary source can be played through this unit. When the KCA-121B interface
cable is used, a CD changer cannot be connected to the head unit; the KCA-801B
auxiliary input adapter allows you to connect an auxiliary source and an Ai-NET
changer to the head unit. The KCA-410C Versatile-Link Terminal allows you to
feed audio from up to two auxiliary sources and two Ai-NET CD changers to the
Navigation Ready: When
connected to an optional Alpine Navigation unit (such as the NVE-N872A), the
navigation screen and map data can be displayed on this unit. With the NAV.MIX
feature, the voice guidance
of the navigation system will be mixed with the radio or CD audio. The volume level of the voice guidance
can be adjusted.
iPod Integration: An iPod can
be connected to the IVA-D100 by using the proprietary Alpine KCE-422i Full Speed
connection cable (item # 500KCE422i). When the iPod is connected to the unit,
the controls of the iPod are non-functional, and the unit is fully controlled by
the head unit. The unit can be used with Generation 3 and above iPod, iPod
photo, iPod mini, or iPod nano only.
Bluetooth Ready: You can
integrate your Bluetooth-enabled cellular phone with this unit when you connect
the Alpine KCA-100BT Bluetooth Adapter (500KCA1BT). With the Bluetooth adapter,
you can enjoy the convenience of hands-free cellular phone use, including
listening and talking through your Alpine system.
Overview: The Alpine IVA-D100
features i-Personalize, which provides the user a large degree of system personalization. You can
select from a variety of audio, video and display modes to suit your
Visual EQ Mode: allows you to
select one of the following preset modes suitable for the subject image:
- Night Mode: suitable for
movies in which dark scenes frequently appear
- Soft: suitable for CGs and
- Sharp: suitable for old
movies where images are not clearly shown
- Contrast: suitable for
- User Memory (P-1, P-2):
You can change and save Brightness, Color, Tint, Contrast, and Sharpness
values from any of the presets in up to two user memories
Data Download: You can download
data from Alpine's website to a CD-R or CD-RW and download and store the data in
the IVA-D100. You can download different visual backgrounds for the monitor.
External Audio Processor: When
an optional Alpine external audio processor (such as the PXA-H700 or PXA-H701) is connected to this unit, you can
operate it from the unit. Dozens of settings can be adjusted, including
crossover adjustment, time correction, phase switching, EQ adjustments, surround
sound adjustments, and speaker levels.
Disc Compatibility: The
IVA-D100 is compatible with DVD-Video, DVD-Audio, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW,
Video CDs, Audio CDs, CD-R, and CD-RW. In addition, the unit can play CD-R,
CD-RW, and CD-ROM discs with MP3 and WMA files.
DVD Menu Direct Touch Control:
The unique PulseTouch touchscreen allows you to activate selections on the DVD
main menu by directly touching the screen on the desired selection instead of
navigating choices using cursors.
Dolby Digital and DTS
Compatibility: When the optical digital output (standard Toslink) on the
rear of the head unit is connected to an optional Alpine digital audio
processor, you can enjoy Dolby Digital and DTS surround.
Pre-stop Function: When the
Pre-stop function is used, the position at which playback is stopped is stored
in the memory, and playback resumes from that position.
Step/Slow Motion Playback:
When a DVD or Video CD is in the pause mode, you may move forward through the
program being played one step (frame) at a time, or in one of the following slow
motion speeds: 1/2 or 1/8.
While a DVD or Video CD is playing, you can view the program in double speed in
either direction by touching and holding the fast-forward or fast-reverse button
on the touchscreen for more than 1 second. If held for 5 or more seconds,
playback at 8x speed in the selected direction will begin. If held for 10 or
more seconds, playback is forwarded or reversed at 21x normal speed.
Multi-Angle Display: This
function allows you to choose the viewing angle of scenes that were shot from a
number of different angles. Note: This function is
limited to DVDs recorded with multiple camera angles.
Multi-Audio Tracks: DVDs can
have up to 8 different audio tracks. You can switch between each recorded audio
tracks during playback.
Audio Adjustments: You can
adjust the bass level (-7 to +10), bass center frequency (60Hz, 80Hz, 100Hz, or
120Hz), bass bandwidth or Q-factor (1.25, 1.00, 0.75, or 0.50), treble level (-7
to +7), treble center frequency (7.5kHz, 10kHz, 12.5kHz, or 15kHz), loudness
(on/off), and subwoofer level (0 to 15).
Parental Lock allows you to restrict the playback of DVDs that are unsuitable
for younger viewers. You can select a parental lock rating from 0-8, which is
protected by a 4-digit password.
Digital Output: You can
select a digital output setting of Bitstream or LPCM. When set to Bitstream, the
digital output is switched automatically according to the type of audio signals
being played. When set to LPCM, the audio signals recorded on the disc are
converted to 48kHz/16-bit (for DVDs) or 44.1kHz (for Video CDs and CDs) linear
PCM audio signals for output.
Compatibility: This unit is
compatible with 6 and 12-disc Alpine Ai-NET CD changers; also, this unit can
control Alpine Ai-NET CD/MP3 changers and DVD changers. Alpine M-Bus CD changers
cannot be controlled by this unit.
Multiple Changer Control: With
the addition of an optional adapter, more than one CD changer can be controlled. You
can also use the KCA-410C Versitile Link adapter to connect 2 changers and 2
auxiliary input sources.
Text Display: When connected to
a text capable changer, this unit can display text data from CD Text encoded CDs
and MP3 CDs.
Disc Titling: When connected to
a CD changer with disc title memory, CD titles may be entered and displayed for
discs played in the changer. The title length and title capacity varies
depending on the model of CD changer used.
Inputs and Outputs Notes
Main Unit: The following inputs
and outputs are located on the back of the main (in-dash) unit:
- DC/DC Converter: A 20"
cable plugs into the Molex jack on the supplied DC/DC power converter.
- iPod Full Speed: A
D-shaped, 10-pin jack on a 6" pigtail is designed for exclusive use with the
optional Alpine KCE-422i iPod Full Speed adapter (item # 500KCE422i).
- Optical Digital Output:
A standard Toslink optical digital output on the end of a 19" cable for connecting the unit to an optional
multi-channel audio processor, such as the PXA-H701 (500PXAH701). Note:
No optical cables are supplied with the PXA-H701.
- Ai-NET: One Ai-NET connector
on a 15" cable is
provided for connecting a CD changer, DVD changer, or other Ai-Net compatible
- RGB Input: A 13-pin female
connector on a 9" cable for use with an optional Alpine navigation unit,
such as the NVE-N872A (500NVEN872).
- Wiring Harness: 10-pin
female Molex connector on chassis for remote, reverse, parking brake and
foot brake detection harness
- Preamp Outputs: 6-channel
RCA preamp outputs for front L/R, rear L/R, and subwoofer L/R on 9", 12",
and 6" cables respectively
- A/V Input: Stereo RCA and
composite RCA video input (marked "Aux Input") on 8" cable for connecting an
optional VCR or game console. Can also be used to connect a rear-view
- Video Output: Composite
RCA video output on 5" cable for connecting an optional video monitor
- Antenna: Standard Motorola
female antenna jack on 6" cable
Amplifier: The following inputs
and outputs are located on the side of the external amplifier unit:
- Wiring Harness: A 16-pin
female Molex connector for power, remote, and speaker harness
- Preamp Input: 2 pairs of
stereo RCA inputs for front and rear channels
Rear Camera Input: If a
rear-view camera is connected to the A/V input, you should also connect the reverse lead
(orange/white wire in the wiring harness) to the vehicle's back-up lamp circuit.
When properly connected, the image from the rear-view camera appears on the
monitor when the vehicle is shifted into reverse.
- Amplifier: W=4.242" (5.75"
- DC/DC Converter: W=3.701",