Released January, 2011
The Pros:IPod controls are intuitive, mimics a real iPod on the screen, very responsive. External volume knob easy to use while driving. Screen is clear, self-adjusts brightness depending on the light.
The Cons:Controls aren't completely intuitive, take a bit more attention away from the road than normal.
The Pioneer AVH-P4300DVD is a car audio and video receiver. This is closely related to the Pioneer AVH-P6300BT in features and design, but uses 2 DIN slots and doesn't have built-in Bluetooth support.
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They are similar in most other ways, including the use of a 7 inch touchscreen display and support for DVD playback. When connected to an iPod or iPhone, complete control and access of the portable device is available through the head unit for audio and video playback. If the Pandora app is available on the iPhone, streaming media can be played live. Audio output runs through a MOSFET filter and 4 channels at 50 watts.
- 2-DIN DVD Receiver
- 7 in Widescreen touch display
- WQVGA 480x240
- USB Direct Control for iPod/iPhone (CD-IU50V required)
- Pandora app compatible
- DVD Video, DivX, MP3/WMA/AAC Playback
- MOSFET 50 w x 4
- 8-Band Graphic Equalizer
- 3-Mode Loudness
- 3 x 4V RCA Preouts
User Reviews (1)
iPod controls are intuitive, mimics a real iPod on the screen, very responsive
external volume knob easy to use while driving
screen is clear, self-adjusts brightness depending on the light
touchscreen is responsive, very accurate
colors can be customized to match dashboard light display
DVD playback is reliable, fast and clear
controls aren't completely intuitive, take a bit more attention away from the road than normal
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