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Upgrade the maps and add features to your Pioneer AVIC-Z120BT, AVIC-X920BT, or AVIC-Z110BT GPS receiver with this SD card update. It includes a 2011 TeleAtlas database on two cards, with nearly 12 million points of interest and maps covering Canada and the US, including Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico. The card also includes Bluetooth® firmware updates.

You'll get some cool new functionality for all three of these receivers, like:

  • Aha™ Radio connectivity with Aha Radio app installed on a connected iPhone 4;
  • Improved POI search.

In addition, the update for the AVIC-Z110BT includes these features:

  • Updates to the user interface;
  • Pandora compatibility with Pandora app installed on a connected iPhone 4;
  • MusicSphere® — for creating instant playlists from your iTunes® Library.

Warranty: 1 year.

Pioneer SD™ Card with 2011 Maps Reviews

Average Customer Review:

1 Review

It's good; buy it.

Written by: MDS from Fort Worth, TX on April 28, 2012

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Excellent upgrade. I bought the AVIC-Z110BT head unit in 2010, and was pleased overall. I bought the CNSD210-FM upgrade primarily for the firmware update, and I suspect most of the cost was associated w/ the 2011 map updates (which is bs). Anyhow, the installation was straightforward and took about an hour; FYI, you will need to go directly to pioneer's website for the install instructions. Post-upgrade, very pleased with the firmware update. The iPod GUI has been completely reworked, and took about a day to figure everything out (without reading any manuals, and while driving, heh). There's an iPhone-like scroll capability for any list (playlists, songs, etc.); it's not as sensitive/responsive as an iPhone, you need to touch and hold the screen for a second before flipping your finger, but it's functionality is better than the original scroll buttons. All GUI transitions between screens / lists are animated and looks slick; the animations are slightly laggy (barely noticeable), but this might not be true of the later receivers. Most notable of the navigation interface: There's an automatic autocomplete / letter-dim feature as you type when entering a destination through the receiver; nice work Pioneer. There were several bluetooth updates during installation, but I never use BT, so no comment. Overall, this is a definite step up from the original Z110BT firmware, and I recommend it.



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What's in the box?

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  • One microSDHC card map upgrade (8GB)
  • One microSD card map upgrade (2GB)
  • SD-card adapter
  • Media Number Card
  • Caution note

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Overview: The Pioneer 2011 microSDHC Navigation Upgrade (CNSD-210FM) contains new mapping and operation software, along with new entertainment sources for your compatible Pioneer in-dash navigation head unit. 

  • Mapping Update: The Pioneer CNSD-210FM includes the 2011 TeleAtlas mapping database for US and Canada (including Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico). The Pioneer CNSD-210FM also includes improved POI searches (with over 12 million points-of-interests).
  • Operation Updates: The Pioneer CNSD-210FM offers a Bluetooth firmware update for improved Bluetooth compatibility and operation.
  • New Entertainment Sources: In addition, the Pioneer CNSD-210FM provides Aha Radio & Pandora compatibility for a connected iPhone 4.

Note: The Pioneer 2011 Navigation Upgrade (CNSD-210FM) consists of one 8GB microSDHC card, one 2GB microSD card, one SD-card adapter, and one media number card.

Compatibility: The Pioneer 2011 microSDHC Navigation Upgrade (CNSD-210FM) can be used for the following Pioneer in-dash navigation head units (as of 1/17/2012).

  • AVIC-Z110BT
  • AVIC-Z120BT
  • AVIC-X920BT

Upgrade Activation: You will need to activate your upgrade at as part of the installation (upgrade) process.

MSN Direct Notice: This upgrade will deactivate all MSN Direct features currently available on your Pioneer in-dash navigation head unit, regardless of your subscription status. The MSN Direct service will not longer be available on any device after January 1, 2012.

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