Unit includes: Double DIN Receiver, Microphone, USB extension cable, Wiring harness, Mounting hardware, Wireless Remote Control, and Instruction manual
Discover new artists or listen to some old favorites, with Pandora you get personalized internet radio tailored for your taste in music. With the AVH in-dash navigation system you get full controls like giving a song a “thumbs up” or “thumbs down,” or even bookmarking a song for later purchase. While inside the app, you can also view album art, full track data, switch between the different radio stations you have chosen, and even stream wirelessly with a Bluetooth-enabled phone.
MIXTRAX utilizes all the music contained within your smartphone or MP3 player’s library and creates a non-stop mix of music with several special effects and transitions to make driving a real party. Remixing the tracks is exceptionally easy: simply connect any USB-enabled device and listen to the sound that MIXTRAX offers you. When MIXTRAX starts up, lights begin pulsing on and off according to the beat of the music, giving you the sense of being at a dance party. Full customization of the lighting and sound effects are available as well, so you can set the MIXTRAX app to do virtually anything you like.
When you connect a compatible Android smartphone or iPhone to your AVH in-dash navigation system with the proper interface cable (sold separately), you can utilize and control many of your favorite apps directly from your dash. Simply install the AppRadio free application from Pioneer to your phone, and in seconds, you will have full access to your contacts, calendars and more right on the AVH’s screen so that you can drive safely and still stay connected.
|Chassis Size||Double DIN|
|RCA Pre-amp Audio outputs||3 Pairs (Front, Rear, Sub)|
|Preamp voltage||2 volts|
|LCD Screen Size||5 inch - 6 inch|
|Illumination color||Full Color|
|LCD Screen Brightness||400 Nit|
|Widescreen Display||16:9 Widescreen Display|
|Native Screen Resolution||800 x 480|
|Front camera input||N/A|
|Back up camera input||Yes|
|Audio Video inputs||1 Audio Video Input|
|Front mounted auxiliary input||None|
|Audio Video Outputs||1 Audio/Video output|
|Built-in DVD Player||Yes|
|Dual Zone Control||No|
|iPod Audio Connection||Yes, via USB|
|iPod Video Connection||Yes, via USB|
|SD Card input||No|
|NTSC/PAL||NTSC and PAL|
|Audio Formats||AAC, Mpeg-3, WAV, WMA|
|Video Formats||Divx, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4|
|Built in Bluetooth||Built in Bluetooth|
|NFC (Near Field Communication)||N/A|
|Radio Data Service - RDS||Yes|
|Text to Speech||No|
|Points of Interest||No|
|Steering Wheel Control Input||Yes, requires external module|
|Wireless Remote Control||Yes|
|TV Tuner||No Tuner|
|VGA input||No - VGA input|
How do I get music videos that I download and converted from YouTube to play on my pioneer receiver? What is the best file that I should use to play this file from my USB (Thumb drive)?
You will need to check to see what files are compatible with your receiver. With that you can use a video conversion program to convert the video files to the supported resolution and encoding.
Most newer receivers support MP4, older receivers support MP2. Keep in mind, that you will need to verify the max resolution the receiver supports, some accept full HD some accept only 480p.
Below is a sample instruction manual that demonstrates compatible video files
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