Pioneer Car Audio Video Systems The Top 3
James Southall, Jr.
January 5, 2006
If you’re looking for an in-car Pioneer car audio video system, there are a number of options to choose from. First, you must decide what features you want - just a basic sound system that plays DVD’s, or one that features a navigation system or other additions too? Here are the top three models of Pioneer car audio video they make.
1. AVH-P7500DVD: This car DVD player has a large anti-glare screen, and is compatible with a broad range of Pioneer accessories. It features DVD audio and video, CD and MP3. It has surround sound and AM/FM radio, and is XM radio-ready. It doesn’t have a navigation system, although it’s easy to add on features like navigation or a game box. The price ranges from $1199-$1680.
2. Pioneer AVIC-N2 Car DVD Player: This system also has a great deal of improved features, and in addition to the DVD system has a navigation system. The in-dash player and monitor plays CD’s, MP3’s, DVD’s, and CD-R and CD-RW. The navigation system has very detailed maps and up-to-date traffic information for most major cities, and the very sensitive touch screen ensures accuracy while searching. It has four channels and an optional XM radio tuner, as well as an amplifier. The price is anywhere from $1330 to $2000.
3. Pioneer NAV-SYS620T (includes AVD-W6210 and AVIC-88DVD): This system combines a lot of features to make an impressive system that will enhance any car. There is an 8- channel GPS receiver for excellent navigation, along with five different viewing modes for the touch screen. It has voice recognition software so users can use voice-control or touch screen mode. It also features “points of interest” on the map discs for the US and Canada. It has CD and DVD, although it doesn’t come with an AM/FM tuner. The price range is $1389 to $1890.
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