Released April, 2009
The Pros:Easy to use, controls are laid out well for use while driving. Hooking it up is simple enough for most people comfortable with a bit of wire work. Remote is well designed and easy to work with.
The Cons:Sometimes needs a couple of tries before it detects the iPod properly. Design is a bit plain and boring looking.
The Pioneer DEH-P310UB is a A/V head unit that is relatively inexpensive for its features and capabilities. It is ready to handle HD, XM or Sirius radio, and comes with a front input for USB devices. Included with the unit is a iPod cable so it is ready to go to use its iPod Direct Control feature.
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The Pioneer DEH-P310UB uses is a scrolling 7-way rotary commander in the place of traditional buttons, a more modern control easier to use without taking eyes off of the road. A bluetooth adaptor is built into the unit, so bluetooth enabled cellphones can be used through the system for hands-free driving, clear sound, and music that mutes whenever a phone call comes in. The Pioneer DEH-P310UB comes with a two year warranty, twice as long than the warranty on other A/V head units, even Pioneer ones that are more expensive.
- Remote Control
- LCD Display with 16-character text
- Advanced Sound Retriever
- iPod Cable
- AUT input
- USB input (front)
- HD/XM/Sirius Radio Ready
- 2 RCA preouts
- Two-Way Crossover
- Built-in MOSFET
- Supertuner IIID
- Display Off Mode
- 2 year warranty
User Reviews (1)
easy to use, controls are laid out well for use while driving
hooking it up is simple enough for most people comfortable with a bit of wire work
remote is well designed and easy to work with
iPod interface is well rendered and provides quick access to the songs
sound output is strong and clear, makes the most of OEM speakers
sometimes needs a couple of tries before it detects the iPod properly
design is a bit plain and boring looking
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