Released April, 2009
The Pros:Display is attractive and interesting looking. Enough output power to create loud volume without needing an amplifier. Information display is clear in any light.
The Cons:Pre-outs are a little weak, can't get audiophile-quality audio from them. Buttons are very small, feels like you have to push them hard to make sure. Controls are a little confusing, takes some getting used to.
The Pioneer DEH-P7400MP is a mid-range audio head unit with a 128x33 pixel graphic display. This is an upgrade from the Pioneer DEH-P7300 in that it can play MP3 files and is XM Radio Ready, but still lacks Bluetooth support or the larger display found in higher end models.
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The smaller display does have a number of graphics and screen savers, and also features a 16-character text display capability used to show CD Text or ID3 tag information. The disc player can play CD R/RW discs in both audio format and with MP3 data, and the radio can store up to 24 station presets accessible through a 6-button panel. Audio output is sent through 4 channels at 50 watts, and additional RCA preouts are available for front, rear, and sub. Devices that use the IP-Bus standard can connect and be controlled directly through the panel, and hands-free cellphone use is possible with an optional accessory. This unit includes a card remote.
- Organic EL Display, graphic displays 128x33 pixels
- 16-character text display capability
- Detachable faceplate
- MOSFET 50W x 4
- XM Satellite Radio Ready
- Card Remote
- Rotary Volume Control (Pop-Up)
- Easy EQ (EEQ) switches 5 Factory, 2 User EQ Presets
- Additional Independent Bass / Treble Control for Front / Rear
- IP-Bus System Control
- RCA Preouts (x2 pair, Front and Rear or Front and Sub) (2V)
- Cellular Mute Capability (CD-CM1 required)
- CD, CD-R/RW, MP3
- ID3 Tag Display, CD Text
- DIN Mountable
- Radio, 24-Station/6-Button (18FM / 6AM) Presets
User Reviews (3)
display is attractive and interesting looking
enough output power to create loud volume without needing an amplifier
information display is clear in any light
remote control is thin and easily stored in a sleeve in the sun visor
pre-outs are a little weak, can't get audiophile-quality audio from them
buttons are very small, feels like you have to push them hard to make sure
controls are a little confusing, takes some getting used to
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