Inputs and Outputs
Detachable Control Panel: To
prevent theft, the control panel can be detached.
Video Display: This unit is equipped with
a motorized 6.5" widescreen LCD that serves as a video monitor and
system information display.
This unit has
touch screen controls with interactive video graphics, making menu navigation
easy. The screen is non-glare and smudge-resistant.
Angle and Position Adjustment: You can adjust the display's
angle and position for better visibility. The display
slides forward and backward, allowing you to choose one of 2 slide positions.
You can also choose one of 22 tilt angles. When
the LCD panel is upright and it hinders the operation of the air conditioner,
the position of the panel can be turned horizontal temporarily.
Open/Close: When this feature is active, the
display automatically opens when the ignition switch is turned on and closes
when the ignition switch is turned off.
Adjustment: You can adjust the display's brightness, contrast,
color, and hue.
Display Dimming: The
brightness of the LCD screen adjusts automatically
according to the ambient light.
Widescreen Modes: You can
choose from the following widescreen modes:
a 4:3 picture is enlarged in the horizontal direction only, enabling you to
enjoy a 4:3 picture without any omissions
the picture is enlarged slightly at the center and the amount of enlargement
increases horizontally toward the ends of the picture
a 4:3 picture is enlarged in the same proportion both vertically and
horizontally; ideal for a 16:9 screen
a picture is enlarged by the same proportion as Full or Zoom in the
horizontal direction and by an intermediate proportion between Full and Zoom
in the vertical direction
a 4:3 picture is displayed as it is
Internal Amplifier: This receiver is
equipped with a 50 watts x 4 (peak) MOSFET amplifier for low distortion, high
power output. The amplifier is strong enough to power small subwoofers to
moderate volume levels in compact cars and pickups. For higher volume levels
from subwoofers, an optional amplifier may be connected to the preamp outputs.
XM Satellite Radio
Tuner Compatible: This unit can control an optional Pioneer XM tuner (sold
separately). XM Satellite Radio programming features 100 channels of
digital-quality music, news, talk, sports, entertainment, and children's
programming. For a monthly subscription fee, you will be able to receive the XM
signal in your car using an optional XM antenna and tuner.
desired, you can add a compatible Pioneer TV tuner to this unit, and the unit
will be able to control various functions of the tuner.
EQ Curves: This model has "SUPER
BASS", "POWERFUL", "NATURAL", "VOCAL",
"CUSTOM", and "FLAT" preset EQ curves. The
"CUSTOM" curve is one that you create and store in memory. A separate
"CUSTOM" curve can be created and stored in memory for each source.
This feature allows you to boost the current EQ setting for even more powerful
unit includes a 3-band parametric EQ with Selectable Q Factor. You may select a
low (40Hz, 80Hz, 100Hz, or 160Hz), mid (200kHz, 500kHz, 1kHz, or 2kHz) and high
frequency (3.15kHz, 8kHz, 10kHz, or 12.5kHz) to boost or cut within a range of
-6dB to +6dB.
The Q factor (slope of the boost or cut) may be selected from one of the
following four options: 2N (narrow), 1N, 1W and 2W (wide). Selecting a narrow
(steep) Q factor results in frequencies around the center frequency to be
affected less by the boost or cut than they are with a wide Q factor. This
feature is useful for taming frequency response problems caused by the
dimensions, materials and speaker locations of a vehicle.
Bass and Treble Cut-off Frequencies:
The cut-off frequencies for the bass and treble controls can be set
independently of the 3-band parametric equalizer adjustments. The bass cut-off
frequency can be set to 40Hz, 63Hz, 100Hz, or 160Hz. The treble cut-off
frequency can be set to 2.5kHz, 4kHz, 6.3kHz, or 10kHz. The bass and treble
controls have an adjustment range of -6 to +6.
Loudness: You can
select "Low", "Mid" or "High" for different levels
of loudness compensation.
Level Adjustment (SLA): This function lets
you adjust the volume level of each source to prevent radical changes in volume
when switching between sources. Settings are based on the volume level of the FM
tuner, which remains unchanged.
High-pass Filter: When you
don't want sound in the subwoofer frequency range output from the front and rear
speakers, you may activate the built-in high-pass filter. You may select a
filter frequency of 50Hz, 80Hz, or 125Hz.
In addition to the front and rear preamp outputs, there is one set of outputs
that may be set for "subwoofer" or "non-fading" output. When
set to "non-fading", the signal is full-range and the output level is
user selectable from -6 to +6. When set to "subwoofer", the outputs
are non-fading, and they may be set for normal or reverse phase, 50Hz/80Hz/125Hz
low-pass output, and the level is user selectable from -6 to +6.
IIID AM/FM Tuner: The Supertuner IIID features
Feed Forward Control, which avoids multi-path interference. This pre-detection
of interference enables quick filter control and results in less distortion. In
addition, the Supertuner IIID creates enhanced stereo during multi-path
interference, unlike conventional tuners that collapse to mono.
unit can play MP3 files recorded on CD-ROM, CD-R, and CD-RW discs in ISO9660
Level 1/Level 2, Joliet,
and Romeo formats. MP3 files with
a bit rate from 8-320 kbps are supported. Each disc can have a maximum of 8
tiers and each folder can have a maximum of 253 files.
Optional Aux Input:
used with item 130CDRB10 (sold separately) or item 130CDRB20 (sold separately),
this unit can accept input from an auxiliary source, such as a portable CD or MD
player. When item 130CDRB10 is used, a CD changer cannot be connected to this
unit. Item 130CDRB20 allows you to connect an optional Pioneer CD changer and an
auxiliary source to this unit.
feature mutes or attenuates the unit's audio output when a cellular call is
received, then restores the level once the call is over. To use this feature,
you must have a cellular phone with a muting output that can be
connected to the muting input wire (yellow/black lead) of this unit.
Optical Digital Output: The
optical digital output (proprietary connection) on the rear of the head unit
allows you to connect an optional Pioneer digital audio processor.
Rear View Camera: The
head unit features a function that automatically switches
to the rear camera image (Rear View
Camera In jack) when a rear camera is
installed on your vehicle. When the shift lever
is in the reverse position, the screen automatically switches
to the rear view camera. You
can also see
the image of the rear view camera during
can directly access a specific location by entering a chapter number, title
number, or elapsed time.
Multi-angle Display: With DVDs featuring multi-angle (scenes
shot from multiple angles) recordings, you can switch among viewing angles
Fast Scan: When
playing a DVD, you have one fast scan speed in either direction.
Slow Motion: This
feature allows slow motion playback in the forward direction only.
Repeat Playback: When playing a
DVD, you can repeat the current chapter or current title.
Playback: When a disc is
removed, the playback location of the disc is automatically memorized. If you
insert the disc again and touch Resume, playback of a disc resumes at the same
point you stopped previously. If you touch and hold Resume during playback, the
location will be recorded. When you touched Resume again, playback resumes from
the recorded location. To delete the recorded
position, touch and hold Resume with the disc stopped.
Note: If the DVD has a standard or
widescreen menu option, the resume playback feature may not work correctly.
Setup Menu: You can
adjust the following settings in the setup menu:
allows you to select the default subtitle language
allows you to select the default audio language
allows you to select the default menu language
Display: allows you to choose On or Off. When turned On, an angle mark
is displayed when the scene has been recorded from multiple angles.
TV Aspect: allows
you to select 4:3 letterbox, 4:3 pan & scan, or 16:9
allows you to select a parental control rating from 0-8, which is
protected by a 4-digit password
Disc Compatibility: The AVIC-N1
is compatible with specific DVD-ROM navigation map discs only and cannot play
standard DVD-ROM discs.
DVD Navigation Maps: The
supplied DVD-ROMs cover the entire United States, with portions of Canada.
Voice Operation: In order to
operate the navigation unit by voice, you need the microphone kit (CDVC1), which
is sold separately.
Voice Guidance: In addition to
graphical directions, the AVIC-N1 provides voice guidance and turn-by-turn
Memory Navi Mode: While
the map disc is inserted, you can store the data on the map disc into the memory
of the navigation unit. If the map disc is removed from the navigation unit
after the data is stored, navigation is performed using the data in the memory
(memory navi mode). During the memory navi mode, navigation is performed only
using the data read into the memory. Therefore, some functions are restricted
compared with navigation using the map disc (DVD navi mode). In
the memory navi mode, you can play a music CD or DVD video on the navigation
unit while navigation is taking place.
Display Modes: There are four
types of map display and three additional view modes:
displays the standard map
displays the map from the driver's viewpoint
the map of your surroundings is shown on the left, and an arrow indicating
the direction of travel is shown on the right
displays the name of the street you will next travel along and an arrow
indicating the direction of travel
information on the audio source currently being played is indicated on the
left-hand side of the screen, while the map of your surroundings is
indicated on the right
Vehicle Dynamics Display:
displays three instruments that indicate the status of your vehicle. You can
change the values displayed by the instruments on the left and right of the
Sensor View, allowing you to choose from the following: voltage, acceleration, side acceleration, angular
velocity, slope, direction,
rear view image is displayed on the left-hand side of the screen, while the
map of your surroundings is indicated on the right
Enlarged Map of the Intersection:
When "Close-up of Junction" in the Settings menu is On, an enlarged
map of the junction appears while driving.
When driving in a city, the detailed city map is indicated if the map scale is
set to 0.05 mi (50 m) or lower (only those cities whose detailed city maps are
registered in the map disc).
Scroll Mode: Touching
anywhere on the map for at least 2 seconds changes the map to Scroll mode and
the map begins scrolling in the direction you touched. The scrolling stops when
you remove your finger from the screen. At this time, the cross pointer appears
at the center of the screen. Also, a line connecting between the current
location and cross pointer appears.
Location Information: An icon
appears at registered places (home location, specific places, address book
entries) and places where there is a POI icon. Place the cross pointer over the
icon to view detailed information.
Destination Input: The
Destination Menu gives you many different ways to choose your destination:
- Address Search: you can
input your destination's address by house number, street name, and city
- Point Of Interest (POI): you
can search for a Point Of Interest by selecting the category or entering the
Point Of Interest name. Additionally, selected Points Of Interest in a
certain category can be shown on the map, and you can check the location on
the display while driving.
- Vicinity Search: allows you to search
for Points Of Interest in your surroundings on the map
- Freeway Search: you can set the
entrance or exit of a freeway as your destination
- Telephone Search: if you know the
telephone number of your destination, you can quickly search for your
destination by specifying the telephone number
- Return Home and Go To: if your home
location is registered, the route home can be calculated by a single touch
of the touch key from the Main menu. Also, you can register one location,
such as your workplace, as your favorite location, and the route is
calculated in a similar way.
- Destination History: any place that has
been searched before is stored in the Destination History
- Address Book: places that you have
registered manually, such as your home, are stored in the Address Book.
Simply select the place you want to go to from the list and a route to that
place will be calculated.
Finding a Destination on the Map:
If you search the location you want to visit by scrolling the map, you
can specify your destination on the map using the Shortcut menu.
Modifying the Route Calculation Conditions:
You can change the route calculation conditions using the Route Options menu:
- Number of Routes: This setting
controls whether the system should calculate only one route, or several
routes. You can select 1 (only one route judged as being optimum by your
Navigation System is calculated) or Multiple (a maximum of 6 route options
Avoid Toll Road:
This setting controls whether or not toll roads should be taken into
account. You can choose On (calculates a route that avoids toll roads) or
Off (calculates a route that may include toll roads).
This setting controls whether or not freeways may be included in the road
calculation. You can choose On (calculates a route that avoids freeways) or
Off (calculates a route that may include freeways).
- Avoid Ferry: This setting controls
whether or not ferry crossings should be taken into account. You can select
On (calculates a route that avoids ferries) or Off (calculates a route that
may include ferries).
This setting controls whether the fastest or the
shortest route should be calculated. When Fastest is selected, the system
calculates a route with the shortest travel time to your destination as a
priority. When Shortest is selected, the system calculates a route with the
shortest distance to your destination as a priority.
Checking the Set Route: You can check information about the route between
your current location and your destination. You can select two methods: checking
the passing streets with a list; and checking the shape of the route by
scrolling the map along the route.
Recalculating the Route: You
can recalculate the route to avoid a traffic jam or road works ahead. You can
set the length of the area, and avoid just that area, or you can even search a
new route from the current location to your destination.
Adding Way Points to the Current
Route: You can select way points (locations you want to visit on the way to
your destination) and you can recalculate the route to pass through these
Areas to Avoid: If you
register Areas to Avoid,
such as crowded intersections or congested areas, routes can be calculated that
avoid those areas.
Address Book: The Address
Book can store up to 300 registered locations. These can include home location,
favorite places, and destinations you have already searched.
Loading Registered Locations Data
From a CD-R/CD-RW: Address Book data stored on a CD-R or CD-RW can be loaded
to the navigation system. This function is used when moving Address Book data
from a Pioneer navigation unit with a PC card slot to a Pioneer navigation unit
without a PC card slot.
Changing Background Picture:
In the menu operation screen, you can indicate a picture you like on the
background. Some pictures are already stored, but you can also use pictures
(JPEG format data) created by a personal computer or a digital camera. If you
save the pictures to a CD-R (or CD-RW), you can use them as background pictures.
Additionally, several background pictures are stored in the Pioneer DVD map
Track Selection) Programming: The ITS function
can be used to program automatic playback of up to 99 tracks per disc for up to
100 discs. With changers sold before the CDX-P1250 and CDX-P650, up to 24 tracks
can be stored in the playlist.
used with a CD Text compatible Pioneer CD changer, this unit will display the
titles of CD Text encoded discs that are played in the changer.
Quality Adjustment: Using
the "COMP" (compression) and "DBE" (dynamic bass emphasis)
functions, you can adjust the playback quality of the changer. Each function may
be set to one of two levels or off. The
"COMP" function compresses the audio signal to eliminate distortions
caused by the imbalances between the loudest and softest sounds when played at
high volumes. The "DBE" function boosts bass frequencies to give your
music a more full sound.
For these functions to work, they must be supported by the Pioneer CD
can control an optional Pioneer DVD player or DVD changer.
Inputs and Outputs
Back Panel of Head
- To Hideaway Unit:
30-pin jack that
connects the head unit to the hideaway unit using the supplied 30-pin cable
- Preamp Output: 20-pin jack
for use with supplied preamp output harness
- Power: 16-pin jack for use
with supplied power wiring harness
- Digital Out: proprietary
optical digital output that allows you to connect an optional Pioneer
digital audio processor
- G.SP: minijack guidance
speaker output for use with an optional Pioneer external speaker
Front Panel of
female Motorola jack
- Rear View Camera In:
single RCA jack for use with an optional rear view camera
- AV In: left and right RCA
audio jacks and an RCA composite video jack
- To Navi:
30-pin jack that
connects the hideaway unit to the head unit using the supplied 30-pin cable
Back Panel of
- GPS: jack for use with
supplied GPS antenna
- IP-BUS In: 11-pin jack
you to connect an optional Pioneer changer
- Rear Out: left and right
RCA audio jacks and an RCA composite video jack
- AV-BUS In: 11-pin jack
you to connect an optional Pioneer TV tuner
- Signal In: 3"
hardwired Car Speed Signal Input lead and Reverse Gear Signal Input lead;
each lead is terminated with a male bullet connector
- Hideaway Unit: W=7.085",
H=1.181", D=5.987" (6.163" with cables)