Released January, 2011
The Pros:Sleek, clean looking interface design. Handles a good variety of music, pictures and video file formats. Sound output is clean and strong, details are clear through most speakers.
The Cons:Knob is too smooth, difficult to turn without accidentally pushing it in. No support for artwork on USB devices. Missing support for the popular AAC file format iTunes promotes.
The Pioneer MVH-P7300 is an in-dash digital media receiver built to fit into a 1-DIN space in the console. This is similar to the Pioneer MVH-P8300BT, but doesn't have Bluetooth built in. They are otherwise the same, with a 3 inch full-color TFT display and the ability to take complete control of an iPod or iPhone's media functions when connected through USB.
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When the Pandora app is loaded on the connected iPhone online radio stations can be streamed live. Content can also be loaded from a USB storage device or SD memory card, enabling playback of MP3, WMA, AAC or DivX files. A digital photo frame function enables still pictures to be displayed as well.
- In-dash 1-DIN Digital Media Receiver
- 3 in Full-Color TFT display
- Built-in SD Card Slot
- MP3/WMA/iTunes AAC/JPEG Playback
- DivX Video Playback from SD Memory Card/USB Device
- Digital Photo Frame
- iPod/iPhone Direct Control with Audio/Video Playback (CD-IU50V required)
- Pandora Stations using iPhone Pandora App
- XM, Sirius, and HD Radio Ready
User Reviews (3)
sleek, clean looking interface design
handles a good variety of music, pictures and video file formats
sound output is clean and strong, details are clear through most speakers
variety of options for customization of appearance and sound
knob is too smooth, difficult to turn without accidentally pushing it in
no support for artwork on USB devices
missing support for the popular AAC file format iTunes promotes
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