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Pioneer SIR-PNR1

SIRIUS Satellite Radio tuner

Item # 130SIRPNR1

With Pioneer's SIR-PNP1 tuner, you now have the option of enjoying SIRIUS Satellite Radio with your satellite...

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Item # 130SIRPNR1

About the Pioneer SIR-PNR1

With Pioneer's SIR-PNP1 tuner, you now have the option of enjoying SIRIUS Satellite Radio with your satellite radio-compatible Pioneer in-dash receiver. This dedicated in-car tuner box comes with the antenna you'll need to get reception. A pass-through allows you to connect another component, such as a CD changer, to your receiver also.

With Pioneer's SIR-PNP1 tuner, you now have the option of enjoying SIRIUS Satellite Radio with your satellite radio-compatible Pioneer in-dash receiver. This dedicated in-car tuner box comes with the antenna you'll need to get reception. A pass-through allows you to connect another component, such as a CD changer, to your receiver also.

Note: A subscription to SIRIUS is also required. Satellite radio service is available only within the lower 48 states — not available in Hawaii or U.S. territories. Limited service is available in Alaska.

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Product highlights:

  • in-car SIRIUS tuner
  • antenna included
  • compatible with 2004-up satellite radio-controlling Pioneer in-dash receivers
  • pass-through for connecting a second component
  • 5"W x 1-3/8"H x 5-1/8"D
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # SIR-PNR1

What's in the box:

  • SIRIUS Satellite Radio tuner
  • 3' Power harness (has in-line noise filter and 1A fuse)
  • 8' IP-Bus cable (has an 11-pin rectangular connector on each end)
  • Antenna with attached 20.75' cable (has a right-angle SMB connector)
  • One 6.507" rubber antenna cable cover/tail
  • 6 Self-tapping screws
  • 1 Cleaner pad
  • Installation Guide
  • Installation Manual
  • Operation Manual
  • Warranty sheet

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Features & specs

General
Service Sirius
Compatible Brand Pioneer
Display Lines None
Channel Presets None
Song Memory None
Built-in FM Transmitter No
Car Kit N/A
Home Kit N/A
Changer Jack/Pass-Thru Yes
NavTraffic Compatible No
Included Antenna Car Antenna
Dimensions and Warranty
Width (inches) 5
Height (inches) 1-3/8
Depth (inches) 6-3/16
Parts Warranty 1 Year
Labor Warranty 1 Year

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Features

Overview: When used with a compatible Pioneer head unit, this tuner allows you to receive SIRIUS satellite radio programming in your vehicle. In addition to this tuner and antenna, you must have a subscription to SIRIUS Radio to receive SIRIUS digital satellite radio signals.

Note: Satellite radio service is available only within the continental United States. Service is not available in Alaska and Hawaii.

SIRIUS Satellite Radio: SIRIUS Satellite Radio features more than 120 channels of original programming beamed coast-to-coast, including 65 channels of commercial-free, digital-quality music, and news, talk, sports, entertainment, and children's programming.

Compatibility: This tuner is compatible with 2004 and newer Pioneer satellite radio-compatible in-dash receivers that use the IP-Bus protocol.

CD Changer Pass-Thru: The SIRIUS radio tuner uses the CD changer input on the Pioneer head unit. If you also want to use a CD changer, there is a CD changer pass-through connection on the SIRIUS radio tuner, so they can be daisy chained together.

SIRIUS Antenna: The SIRIUS antenna has a powerful magnetic base that allows you to mount the antenna on the roof or trunk lid of your vehicle. The antenna needs to be positioned in such a way that it will be free of mechanical and line-of-sight obstructions. 

Inputs and Outputs

Front Panel of Tuner:

  • Bus Output: IP-Bus jack that connects to the head unit using the supplied cable
  • Bus Input: IP-Bus jack that connects to an optional CD changer
  • Power: 4-pin jack for use with supplied power harness

Back Panel of Tuner:

  • Antenna: single SMB input

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