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Pioneer is the first aftermarket in-car entertainment manufacturer to offer Apple CarPlay compatibility and we had the chance to get unclose and personal with their flagship receiver to try out CarPlay for ourselves.
Part of Pioneer's "Superior Club Sound Headphones" series, the SE-MX7 features an Advanced Bass Level Control slider that allows you to adjust the amount of bass it gives you. Will these flashy cans provide you with a full club experience on the go? Read on to find out.
Pioneer has just announced its new flagship in-car receiver, the AVH-X8650BT, at the 2014 Bangkok Motor Show. The new in-car receiver features improved hardware and a thoroughly reworked user interface for smoother and easier operation while driving.
The HTZ-HW929BD is the latest sound bar from Pioneer. Comprising of three distinct pieces including a Sound Wing, a Blu-ray player and a subwoofer, the product aims to satisfy all your home theater audio needs in one fell swoop. We assess it in our labs.
Catering to an audience with elevated tastes in audio, the International Sound & Sights Exhibition returns for its 2012 iteration. Among the highlights, Yamaha and Pioneer flaunt their new AV receivers, JVC and Sony unveil renewed home theater projectors, while Beyerdynamic and Sennheiser showcase their new headphones.
The Pioneer HTZ-HW919BD is a three-piece sound bar system capable of handling 3D Blu-ray playback. With Pioneer's own HVT technology and unique design for the horizontal sound bar, and a host of features including Bluetooth, DLNA and iPod connectivity, can this system deliver on the performance front?
Given the popularity of Apple's iPod, iPhone and iPad, it's only a matter of time that they invade traditional A/V spaces. We were given a tour of Pioneer's newest receivers, and here's a quick look on how they integrate with your iDevices.
The stylish Pioneer XW-NAS5 iPod audio system has just arrived in our labs and we gave it a listen to find out how it fares. It's one of the few devices we know that can mimic various external environments along with your favorite tunes.