Released December, 2010
The Pros:Audio output is clear and distortion-free, good detail. Hands-free calling works flawlessly, detects the iPhone right away. Display is easy to see in any lighting, doesn't get overly bright at night.
The Cons:Controls are not completely intuitive, take a little getting used to. Pre-outs are insufficient voltage for higher-end amplifiers. Bluetooth support doesn't include media streaming.
The Pioneer DEH-7300BT is a CD receiver with built-in Bluetooth compatibility. This enables Bluetooth devices to connect for hands-free calling. Full control of iPod and iPhone media playback is available when connected through the front USB port.
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Media files stored on a USB storage device or CD-R/RW can also be played, although only MP3, WMA and WAV file formats are supported using this method. Audio can also come in through the 3.5mm AUX input from other portable media devices. Audio output runs to 4 channels at 50 watts each, and 2 RCA preouts are also available at 2 volts of power. Audio quality can be adjusted through a 3-band parametric equalizer.
- CD Receiver
- Built-in Bluetooth for Hands-Free Calling
- Front USB Port for Direct Control of iPod/iPhone or Access to USB Device
- 2 RCA Preouts (2V)
- 24 Stations / 6 Presets
- MOSFET 50 W x 4
- 3-Band Parametric Equalizer
- 2 mode Loudness
- MP3/WMA/WAV Playback
- CD-R/RW Compatible
- Advanced Sound Retriever
- AUX 3.5mm input
User Reviews (6)
audio output is clear and distortion-free, good detail
hands-free calling works flawlessly, detects the iPhone right away
display is easy to see in any lighting, doesn't get overly bright at night
easy enough to use while driving once you're used to it
support of many audio formats. MP3/WMA/WAV.
AUX and USB inputs with full iPod/iPhone control
controls are not completely intuitive, take a little getting used to
pre-outs are insufficient voltage for higher-end amplifiers
Bluetooth support doesn't include media streaming
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