|Pioneer AVIC-N4 INFORMATION:
Pioneer has introduced the new AVIC-N4 In-dash DVD navigation system to improve driving experience. The Pioneer AVIC-N4 serves as the hub for information, communication and entertainment in the car by offering detailed route guidance, audio and video playback and connectivity to popular portable devices. The Pioneer Avic-N4 in-dash system has more than 12 million points of interest, XM NavTraffic® integration, voice prompting, telephone number search, CD, DVD and compressed audio playback, iPod® audio and video integration and expanded Bluetooth® capabilities including wireless audio streaming, all controllable through a high-quality 7-inch touch panel display.
With the AVIC-N4, consumers are presented with detailed mapping and guidance for the entire United States, Canada, Alaska and Hawaii utilizing two regional DVD ROM discs. Once a destination is entered, the system provides easy to follow, step-by-step route guidance followed up with helpful audio prompts to assist drivers. The system displays detailed lane information at complex highway interchanges to further prepare drivers for upcoming turns and exits.
Approximately 12-million points of interest (POIs) in 271 categories such as gas stations, ATMs, hotels and restaurants are included in the system’s database with the ability to overlay them onto the map. The database also includes more than 59 brand icons for quick identification of popular POIs.
When a Pioneer GEX-P10XMT XM traffic tuner is connected to the AVIC-N4 (subscription to XM NavTraffic* required), drivers are alerted to current traffic incidents and traffic flow conditions. Traffic icons and flashing lines are directly overlaid onto the map screen to identify conditions of the highways. The dynamic system also suggests alternate routes to avoid traffic congestions when it is detected.
XM NavTraffic, a subscription service of XM Satellite Radio powered by NAVTEQ® Traffic, provides the Pioneer AVIC-N4 system with in-depth traffic data for 79 major metropolitan markets across the United States and Canada.
In addition to all these great features, the Pioneer AVIC-N4 offers high quality audio and video playback. Utilizing the memory navigation feature, the CD/DVD slot remains available while the system provides route guidance. When a destination is entered, the route and necessary mapping information is stored into its internal memory.
The same multi-functional drive plays different forms of discs including DVD video, CD-R/RW and DVD-R/RW filled with MP3, WMA, AAC or DivX video. The unit also employs dual zone capability, to provide rear seat passengers with DVD video or CD audio content for rear seat passengers through additional rear screens and headsets while the front passenger and drivers enjoy audio from the AM/FM tuner or an optional XM and/or SIRIUS® Satellite radio tuner (subscription required).
The AVIC-N4 includes a built-in iPod Direct control feature to connect to an iPod audio/video player using Pioneer’s optional iPod cable (CD-I200). Controls of the popular device are fast and easy with music content and information displayed directly on the large touch screen monitor. Much like the iPod control, the search bar (similar to the scroll wheel on an iPod) appears on screen where the user can view the play lists, genre, album and artist folders.
The AVIC-N4 also lets you playback of video or podcasts content from an iPod video player. Through the touch screen control, the user can choose between iPod sources to play audio or video. Much like a multi-CD changer, an iPod can be used as a primary source for the AVIC-N4 freeing the DVD/CD drive specifically for navigation.
Through Pioneer’s optional CD-BTB200 adapter, Bluetooth-enabled cell phones can be synched to the system for complete hands-free operation allowing users to carry out phone conversations through the vehicle’s internal speakers and included microphone. When a connected cell phone receives a call or is in use, the AVIC-N4 automatically displays the number of the incoming call and mutes the audio. The system also features caller identification when phone numbers are stored in its internal phone book. Phone numbers can be stored and dialed through the unit’s touch display or pushed wirelessly directly from a cell phone.
The Pioneer AVIC-N4 navigation system utilizes the A2DP Bluetooth protocol to allow wireless audio streaming from Bluetooth enabled audio players. In addition, the AVRCP protocol is supported allowing for simple operation of the audio player via the touch screen.
| Pioneer AVIC-N4 FEATURES:
7" TFT-LCD Touchscreen In-Dash Navigation and DVD / MP3 / CD Player
Motorized, detachable faceplate
Fast and powerful DVD navigation platform
Illumi Color Variable Button Color Illumination allows you to customize illumination to match your dashboard/interior color or to your favorite color choice
MP3, WMA, iTunes AAC, and DivX file playback on either CD or DVD
AUX input on front for both Audio and Video
3.5mm mini-jack on front for audio and video
Composite (RCA) audio and video rear input
Peak: 50 watts x 4 channels
RMS: 22 watts x 4 channels
"iBus" iPod Audio/Video Direct Control (CD-I200 cable required and sold separately)
Bluetooth Ready (CD-BTB200 required and sold separately)
Built-in DVD with Memory Nav
Map Data: 2 DVD-ROM (CNDV-70M)
Coverage Area: US, Canada, Alaska, Hawaii
12 million Points of Interest
Data Size: 15GB
GPS Receiver and Antenna: 8 Channel (Included)
XM NavTraffic Ready
Emergency Mode Display
Recorded Voice Instructions Playback
CD Text Display
Supertuner IIID for crisp, clear radio
24-Station/6-Button (18FM/6FM) Presets
BSM (Best Stations Memory)
XM or SIRIUS Satellite Radio Ready (tuner, antenna and subscription required)
Bluetooth Wireless Capability (CD-BTB200 required and sold separately)
iPod Audio and Video Control Capability (CD-i200 required and sold separately)
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