Pioneer AVIC-X940BT In-Dash Navigation AV Receiver with 6.1″ WVGA Touchscreen and Built-In Bluetooth

Pioneer AVIC-X940BT In-Dash Navigation AV Receiver with 6.1" WVGA Touchscreen and Built-In Bluetooth

Pioneer AVIC-X940BT In-Dash Navigation AV Receiver with 6.1" WVGA Touchscreen and Built-In Bluetooth Rating:
List Price: $1,000.00
Sale Price: $536.95
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Product Description

The Pioneer AVIC-X940BT In-Dash Navigation AV Receiver with 6.1" WVGA Touchscreen Display, Built-in Bluetooth and Advanced App Mode for iPhone 4/4S features the NAVTEQ map database that covers the United States (including Alaska and Hawaii), Canada, and Puerto Rico and includes over 12 million POIs (points of interests). Built-in Bluetooth wireless technology allows you to make hands-free phone calls as well as stream your music from your smartphone. Pandora Radio and Aha Radio playback are now fully supported on smartphones with the Android operating system. Finally, with Advanced App Mode for the iPhone 4/4S, you can control compatible apps directly from the touchscreen display just like with AppRadio.Package Content:in-dash navigation av receivermanualwarrantyText-to-speech5 Display Modes (2D/3D/Street View/Rear View/ ECO Graph View)Optional Traffic TunerBuilt-in BluetoothAdvanced App Mode for iPhone 4/4SHeight 4.00Width 7.00Depth 7.00Weight 5.15ColorOperating SystemBatteries IncludedBatteries RequiredNumber of BatteriesBattery TypeLanguage EnglishAssembly Required

Details

  • 6.1-inch anti-glare coated LCD touch panel with 16 9 aspect ratio
  • 4GB flash memory
  • U.S., Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, Puerto Rico coverage area
  • Road Preference and Intelligent Re-Route
  • Approx. 12 million points of interest

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One Response to Pioneer AVIC-X940BT In-Dash Navigation AV Receiver with 6.1″ WVGA Touchscreen and Built-In Bluetooth

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