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Pioneer CD-SR100

Steering wheel infrared remote control

73 Reviews | 13 questions - 40 answers

Item # 130CDSR100

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Pioneer wants you to to keep your hands on the wheel, so they developed this special remote to enhance on-road safety and convenience. The CD-SR100 wireless remote controls a wide range of receiver functions, and attaches securely to your steering wheel with a supplied strap.

Pioneer wants you to to keep your hands on the wheel, so they developed this special remote to enhance on-road safety and convenience. The CD-SR100 wireless remote controls a wide range of receiver functions, and attaches securely to your steering wheel with a supplied strap.

The convenient remote affords fingertip control over volume, mute, source selection (AM, FM, CD, etc.), up/down/left/right cursors, and audio settings. The CD-SR100 is for use with Pioneer's IP-Bus receivers (compatible receivers will have a "P" in the model number). Dimensions: 1-15/16"W x 2-7/8"H x 1-1/8"D. 1-year warranty.

Great add on when you don't have steering wheel controls

Hector, houston, TX

What's in the Box:

  • CD-SR100 Remote control unit
  • Outer holder
  • Inner holder
  • Belt
  • 2 Machine screws
  • Allen wrench
  • CR2032 Lithium battery
  • Manual (Eng/Span/Fren) + 8 other languages

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Compatibility: This steering wheel remote is designed to be used with any IR remote compatible Pioneer headunit.

Buttons on Back of Remote:

  • Volume +/-: adjusts the volume up or down

Buttons on Front of Remote:

  • ATT (Mute): reduces volume by 90%
  • Band: cycles through tuner bands
  • Source: allows you to cycle through the sources
  • Cursor Buttons (up/down/left/right): used for track/station seek, disc/station preset selection and to set levels within menus
  • Function: cycles through the available functions of the head unit
  • Audio Button: allows you to access the audio settings

Installation: The remote attaches to your steering wheel using the provided adjustable belt.

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Why did you buy this?

Best ever [ HECTOR  Aug 10, 2016 ]
Nice addition to my new AVH-X7800BT and a lot safer than using the touch screen while driving. [ Patrick  Feb 09, 2016 ]
I use to have one before and it was really useful. [ Timothy  Feb 05, 2016 ]
Compatibility with my head unit. [ Daniel B.  Dec 27, 2015 ]
I had a Pioneer AVH 270BT installed in my 2000 Suburban a few months ago. It is a great system but I found trying to adjust controls on it while driving very inconvenient if not difficult (and dangerous!). I found this remote on Crutchfield and the chat tech assured me it will work on my system. We'll see. [ Rick  Dec 17, 2015 ]

13 questions already asked

Don't know, I use it with a Pionner DEH-x6600BS [ Enrique  Jun 02, 2016 ]
It I compatible with all pioneer remotes [ EDWARD L  Jun 01, 2016 ]
It is only compatible with all Pioneer head units. Hope this helps you. [ WILLIAM B  Jun 01, 2016 ]
I do not know. I bought mine for a Pioneer AVH270BT. I can adjust the volume with it and change the stations on the band it is set to while driving. I am not sure how to use the other functions though but, it works fine for what I need it for. [ Rick  Jun 02, 2016 ]
Might be compatible but will not work unless pointed directly at reciever [ RICKY  Jun 02, 2016 ]
I have an Pioneer AVH-X3800BHS DVD Receiver. The steering wheel remote works but not from the position shown. the sight line is not good enough. I may turn it around to the outside at about 4 o'clock where I think it will work, but it will interfere a little with steering wheel function. [ J  Jun 01, 2016 ]
YEs it does work but it has to have a direct line of sight to the radio. If the gear shift gets in the way it might not work sometimes. Great buy if you don't have steering wheel controls [ HECTOR  Jun 01, 2016 ]
Yes, it's compatible with most Pioneer car stereos. If anything, Crutchfield offeres returns and exchanges. [ Everardo  Jun 01, 2016 ]
Yes, it does - at least it did on my Pioneer NEX-8100. Unfortunately, the unit quit working after about six months, and I didn't replace it. [ DJR  May 27, 2016 ]
Yes! On the back of the remote there is a volume UP Button and a separate volume DOWN Button. Hope this was helpful ! [ VINCENT J  May 26, 2016 ]
Yes. The volume button is at the back of the unit. [ Chidananda  May 25, 2016 ]
Yes the back of it has a volume rocker [ travis  May 25, 2016 ]
Yes [ Juergen  May 25, 2016 ]
Yes, the volume controls are on the back of the remote, and are easy to operate with your hand on the steering wheel. [ CHARLES R  May 25, 2016 ]
Yes [ Norbert  May 25, 2016 ]
Yes, there are buttons on the back of the remote that allow you to adjust volume. It sounds strange, but it is really a nice feature. [ Ronald E.  May 25, 2016 ]
Yes, just make sure you mount it on the right lower inside of steering wheel if you can to have it as close to unit as possible. [ EDWARD L  Feb 23, 2016 ]
No it don't have a eject button [ MARCOS  Feb 02, 2016 ]
There is not an eject button on the remote [ scott  Jan 27, 2016 ]
The remote does not have an eject button. [ VINCENT J  Jan 27, 2016 ]
Hi Michael, No this doesn't have an eject button. Also i should tell you that unless the remote is located on the right side close to where the radio is it doesn't work very well. Unfortunately where it would have been ideal to mount it is where my cruise controls are so this unit didn't work for my application. [ KRISTIAN E  Jan 26, 2016 ]
No it does not, but the function button (bottom left) may be able to be reprogrammed to do so, not sure though. [ Troy  Jan 26, 2016 ]
An physical key for eject, None present. I've paired it with an digital non-cd/dvd unit so never felt the need to check if one of the keys can be programmed to do that function. But from what I see, it is not possible to do so. [ Chidananda  Jan 25, 2016 ]
It does work with the Pioneer AVH-4100NEX receiver. [ Paul  Jan 04, 2016 ]  Staff
HI This remote is supposed to be universa . I would check with Pioneer to be sure. My experience was that it was effective only when pointed directly at the unit. Most receivers have a remote included. When mounted to the steatong wheel the performance was inconsistent and frustrating. It should work otherwise. I had it paired with FH X7200BT. Good luck and Crutchfield rocks! [ MICHEAL W.  Dec 07, 2015 ]
I Installed a pioneer radio and that remote in my girlfriends car for her birthday. It worked well, but I don't remember her radio model number it was a few years ago. My advice . Don't cut the rubber you will need to move around the steering wheel a few times to get it where you want it. [ Michael  Dec 07, 2015 ]
Hi. It should work but the orientation of the remote on the steering wheel made it function intermittently. Removed? It worked great. [ MICHEAL W.  Nov 03, 2015 ]
Yes and no. It depends on the line of sight between the deck and the mounting. Mine did not work when attached to the steering wheel of my RV so I just velcroed the remote that came with the deck to the center of my steering wheel and take it off and point to the deck when controlling. My deck is hard to reach in my motorhome dash so a remote is essential. [ DARRELL  Nov 03, 2015 ]
HI mark I'm not sure but there usually is a list of compatible radios on Crutchfield website. Good luck [ John   Nov 03, 2015 ]
Sorry for taking so long to respond. Hope its not too late. I cannot say for absolute certain that it will work with that particular model. But I think if that model comes with its own remote (which nearly all do), I would say there is a VERY HIGH probability it will work for most music control functions. Doubt it will provide any bluetooth support. For me, this remote is so important, it is truly the main reason I buy Pioneer brand car stereos. In my older truck, its quite awkward to reach the stereo controls, and this little wonder makes it so amazingly convenient. Having finger tip control like all the new cars is not just convenient, I think its a major safety enhancement as well to keep your eyes on the road and adjust stereo by "feel" . I would buy this remote if there was even a slightest chance it would work. [ Roberto  Jun 20, 2015 ]
Yes [ RICHARD M  May 31, 2015 ]
Hi Jason T, My Pioneer AVH-X3700BHS Does not work.If I hold it in front of the radio it will work.It is the only Pioneer product that I own, which I have a lot of between car & home. [ PATRICK D  May 22, 2015 ]
I couldn't say, I use it with DEH-X6600BS [ mark  May 21, 2015 ]
I don't believe so. I sent it back because the stereo I bought came with a wireless remote. Range is limited on this remote. Unless you can mount this on the right side of steering wheel, you might have connectivity issues. [ ROBERT  Dec 24, 2013 ]
No you can't. I have to press the button on my head unit or set it to auto answer to make or except calls. [ KRISTA  Dec 20, 2013 ]
sorry I do not know the answer to this question [ THOMAS  Dec 20, 2013 ]
Thanks Jeff, appreciate it. [ GMLSD  Dec 12, 2013 ]
This remote has a mute button, but does not have a pause button. [ Jeff  Dec 12, 2013 ]  Staff

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