Released April, 2009
The Pros:Pairs easily with Bluetooth devices for music streaming and phonecalls. Plenty of pre-outs that are easily adjustable for expansion with amplifiers. Fills out the audio from most sources for a full, rich sound.
The Cons:Doesn't recognize USB keys over 250Gb in capacity. Radio reception isn't great, many OEM head units will out-perform it. Interface takes some getting used to - tries to give a lot of functions with just a few buttons.
The Pioneer DEH-P7000BT is a high-end in dash cd reciever unit; which was first announced at the 2009 CES event in Las Vegas. The P7000BT is part of Pioneer's latest CD reciever lineup which also includes the Pioneer DEH-P6100BT, Pioneer DEH-P7100BT, and the Pioneer DEH-P9800BT.
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The P7000BT includes CD, Satellite radio and HD radio support as well as content playback from a USB media device. It is fully equipped with Supertuner IIID advanced digital and analog processing technology combined with a built-in MOSFET 50 W x 4 amplifier to ensure high quality sound output without any distortion or background noise. The small LCD display screen can handle 13 text characters on screen; meaning it can completely show song track information. Bluetooth receiver technology is built right into the unit; so users may use a hands free phone system directly through the device without purchasing any separate adapters or add-ons. Unique phone pairing technology allows you to transfer your entire phone book and store it via the device for hands free calling at a later time; the P7000BT unit can store up to 3 cell phone address logs worth of data (3600 different numbers: 400 persons x 3 contacts x 3 phone types; cell phone, home, office, etc.). An Apple iPod can also be plugged directly into the USB port with full compatibility; meaning users will never run out of new music on the road again. The Pioneer DEH-P7000BT has a suggested retail price of $260 and will be released sometime in Spring, 2009.
- High-end in-dash CD receiver unit
- Remote Control included
- LCD Display with 13-character Text
- Advanced Sound Retriever
- USB input (Front); Aux input
- HD Radio, XM, and Sirius Radio Ready
- Fully compatible with any Apple iPod device
- 3 RCA Hi-Volt preouts
- Two-Way Crossover with separate High and Low Pass settings.
- Built-in MOSFET 50 W x 4 amplifier
- Supertuner® IIID advanced analog and digital processing
- Integrated Bluetooth technology
- Phone pairing support for full contact storage
- Amplifier Off Mode
- Display Off Mode
- Suggested Retail Price: $290
- Estimated Release Date: Spring, 2009
User Reviews (1)
pairs easily with Bluetooth devices for music streaming and phonecalls
plenty of pre-outs that are easily adjustable for expansion with amplifiers
fills out the audio from most sources for a full, rich sound
LCD is clear and easy to read in any lighting
sleek design looks sophisticated and cool
doesn't recognize USB keys over 250Gb in capacity
radio reception isn't great, many OEM head units will out-perform it
interface takes some getting used to - tries to give a lot of functions with just a few buttons
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