Released April, 2009
The Pros:Good expansion of compressed audio, sounds like a CD. Capable of loud sound output without needing an amp. Easy to add amplifiers and set up the audio correctly.
The Cons:No ability to interface with external devices of any kind. Buttons are small and hard to find. Volume knob is overly stiff, hard to work with.
The DEH-P7600MP is one of Pioneer's upper-middle level car CD receivers. Like the closely related DEH-P7500MP and DEH-P750MP, the DEH-P7600MP has a MOSFET 50 receiver (w/ 4 x 50 watts of built-in speaker power).
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Like most of Pioneer's car CD receivers, the DEH-P7600MP can play MP3 and WMA files as long as they are burned onto a CD. In addition to that, the DEH-P7600MP can also play WAV files, and when you play a CD in your car with MP3/WMA/WAV files on it, the BMX (Bit Media eXpander) feature of the DEH-P7600MP will make them sound like CD quality. The ID3 feature will show you the artist and track information of these files, up to 64 characters. Unlike the DEH-P7500MP and DEH-P750MP, which both have dual displays (LED and OEL), the DEH-P7600MP is just OEL. This display features 3D graphics and animations. In terms of Pioneer's car CD receiver line, one feature on the DEH-P7600MP that is unique is the Soft Key Operation mode, which makes important function buttons easy to find. Like most of Pioneer's car CD receiver offerings, the DEH-P7600MP is XM radio ready (it just needs the Pioneer digital satellite tuner to work).
- MP3/WMA/WAV file playback
- BMX (Bit Media eXpander)
- OEL display
- 16 character display
- Up to 64 characters ID3
- 3D graphics
- Soft Key Operation
- MOSFET 50 amp
- 3-band EQ
- High and low-pass crossovers
- 3 RCA preouts
- AM/FM radio w/ presets
- Card remote
- XM radio ready
- 1-year warranty
User Reviews (1)
good expansion of compressed audio, sounds like a CD
capable of loud sound output without needing an amp
easy to add amplifiers and set up the audio correctly
card remote is well designed, easy to store with the CDs or on the sun visor
no ability to interface with external devices of any kind
buttons are small and hard to find
volume knob is overly stiff, hard to work with
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