Alpine to Show More Affordable Status at KnowledgeFest

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Alpine Status

Alpine (Alps Alpine North America) will unveil its recently announced Status system at KnowledgeFest in Orlando, FL, June 10-12.   The system uses trickle down technology from the ultra high end $35,000 F#1Status that shipped in December.

Like the F#1Status, the Alpine Status centers on Hi-Res Audio.  But where the F#1Status offered 384kHz/32 bit resolution, the highest in the industry, the new Status delivers 192kHz/24Bit playback (6.5 times the amount of data in a CD or digital streaming service).  This is also higher than the 96kHz/24Bit resolution of most aftermarket solutions, said Alpine.

Status components may be sold separately, although they are designed to work together for optimal performance.

In March, Alpine said the Status would include 8 components starting with a two-part head unit. The HDS-990 has a controller/screen and a black box. It’s designed for 192kHz playback either by wired USB DAC  or a wireless Bluetooth connection. MAP pricing is $1,399.95. (You can view more details here).

Shipping is expected this fall.

The Status head unit, DSP Amplifier ($2,399.95), 3-Way Speaker System ($999.95), and 2-Way Speaker System ($749.95) will be shown at KnowledgeFest in a Toyota Tundra. The vehicle will also show the new Alpine Halo11 floating screen radio.

NavToolMore information about Alpine Status will be revealed during the show.

Alpine will also demo the ultra high end F#1Status system in Orlando in a Tesla Model 5.


Alpine will host 3 training sessions during KnowledgeFest that will focus on the 2022 Product Line:


Friday, June 10 from 3 p.m. – 4 p.m. in W202 

Alpine 2022 Product Line Introduction and Training


Saturday, June 11 from 4:15 p.m. – 5:15 p.m. in W202 

Alpine 2022 Product Line Introduction and Training


Sunday, June 12 from 9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. in W202 

Alpine 2022 Head Unit Breakout Session



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