Released January, 2009
The Pros:Built-in EQ system for tuning the audio properly. Sound is very clear and distinct even through OEM speakers. Radio tuner catches weak signals and renders them with excellent clarity.
The Cons:Display seems smaller than necessary, a bit hard to read. No way to skip ahead by 50 or 100 songs and skipping back through the list is very tough. General user interface is a bit awkward, it's easier to just use the remote.
The Pioneer DEH-P510UB is a CD receiver that uses a large full-dot OEL display to provide clear blue lit text. Like other Pioneer A/V head units, the device comes with an advanced sound retriever function that helps restore data that was lost in the digital compression process, essentially enhancing the sound of the overly compressed MP3, WMA and AAC files on CDs.
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The Pioneer DEH-P510UB has the standard Bluetooth hands-free driving solution, meaning it can act like a speakerphone for Bluetooth enabled cellphones. When a phone call comes in to a phone connected through Bluetooth, the CD receiver will mute the music so that the call isn't missed. The Pioneer DEH-P510UB also includes a cable that can be used to connect an iPod and an extra USB connection so that a passenger can plug in their own iPod at the exact same time. It also comes with a two year warranty, a full year more than other similiar headunits out on the market at the same time.
- Full-Dot OEL Display
- Dual USB
- iPod connection
- Advanced Sound Retriever
- Bluetooth Adaptor
- Two Year Warranty
- HD, XM, and Sirius Radio Ready
- Detachable Face Security
- Rotary Commander Control
User Reviews (1)
built-in EQ system for tuning the audio properly
sound is very clear and distinct even through OEM speakers
radio tuner catches weak signals and renders them with excellent clarity
works well with large-capacity USB storage devices
display seems smaller than necessary, a bit hard to read
no way to skip ahead by 50 or 100 songs and skipping back through the list is very tough
general user interface is a bit awkward, it's easier to just use the remote
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