Pioneer's AppRadio is great for iPhone 4 and 4S app lovers. It takes certain apps and puts them front and center in your dash on its big touchscreen monitor. As new apps become available, you can download them to your phone right from AppRadio's menu. And AppRadio is even built into several of Pioneer's DVD and navigation receivers.
Bluetooth® is becoming a common feature of in-dash receivers. But are all Bluetooth equipped receivers created equal? Our test panel takes a look at eight of our Bluetooth receivers, and rates them on some key features.
Smartphones have become our main source of entertainment, holding tons of music and videos, plus connecting us to the Internet. Pioneer's original AppRadio broke new ground by being the first receiver dedicated exclusively to iPhone® apps. AppRadio 2 continues that innovation by bumping up the screen size and adding support for select AndroidT phones.
Pioneer's advanced app mode gives you touchscreen control over select apps in certain Pioneer A/V receivers. It puts the apps right where they're most useful, in your dash on your receiver's big screen. It's a great way to add functionality like navigation, Internet radio, and traffic updates, all from your iPhone®.
Pioneer's AVH line of A/V receiver is better than ever in 2012. Check out this preview from the Pioneer booth at CES 2012 with Harry, Pioneer's head trainer.
Pioneer's MIXTRAX is a DJ function and software package included with some of some of the new Pioneer receivers. It brings the musical fun and excitement of a real DJ to your car.
See the Pioneer DEH-7300BT in action in this quick video.
Pioneer is a worldwide leader in professional DJ gear, and they've developed their MIXTRAX technology to bring a DJ-inspired experience to your car. In this video, we get a quick explanation of how it works.
Brandon Z. from Maryville, TN, bumped up the audio in his 2005 Nissan Altima with a Pioneer DVD receiver, Kicker amp, and some new speakers and subs.
Crutchfield writer Dominic Devito hits the road with five popular navigation receivers to see how they perform in the real world.
Harry from Pioneer Electronics dropped by to give all of us here at Crutchfield a look at Pioneer's vision of future data usage with AppRadio.
After a little over a year of driving my 2011 Subaru Impreza, I knew it was time to change out the system from factory equipped to an aftermarket setup. It also made sense to upgrade since I write all things speaker and subwoofer related for Crutchfield, and I get to hear amazing car stereo equipment on a regular basis thanks to our labs. The final product sounds amazing, and helps me enjoy riding around town even more.
For many, the iPhone has become an essential part of their lives. It stores music, movies, and a plethora of apps that entertain or help with productivity. Nowadays, some stereos integrate with many of the applications on your iPhone. Some simply let you tap into the music from an app, while others give you full control on screen. In this article, we'll break down how it works.