Video: Pioneer DEH-P7000BT CD receiver
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Crutchfield's car audio experts Zak and Deb take a look at the Pioneer DEH-P7000BT CD receiver. They'll tell you about the stereo's USB input for controlling your iPod or other USB device and built-in Bluetooth capability for hands-free calling.
Deb: Hi, I'm Deb.
Zak: And I'm Zak.
Deb: And we're here in the Crutchfield video studio with the Pioneer DEH-P7000BT. It's a CD receiver with Bluetooth. Now this is actually one of our customer favorites — it's gotten four-and-a-half out of five stars.
Zak: That's great, Deb. And you mentioned Bluetooth — of course that's great for hands-free calling while you're driving; you can conduct conversations through your stereo's speakers. And Pioneer also has a great feature called Sound Retriever, and what Sound Retriever does is it puts back some of that info that's lost when you compress a music file to an MP3 file, for instance.
Deb: It's also got your iPod controls built in so you can control your iPod right from the face of the radio, and it's not limited to iPods; it's got rear auxiliary and USB inputs, so you can connect any MP3 player to it.
Zak: And there it is, the Pioneer DEH-P7000BT CD receiver.