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The AVIC-X710BT is a high-end, in-dash GPS navigation receiver from Pioneer.

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Pros

Hands-free phone support is clear and responsive

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Smart Zoom feature minimizes physical user interaction - promotes road safety

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Intuitive Mp3 player integration - enables safe song selection while driving

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3D Maps feature provides accurate industrial and topographical information

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
Cons

Special mounting kit required for certain vehicles - not made clear to consumers

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Voice-activated prompts may respond intermittently depending on the tone and clarity of the user's voice

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Mobile address book syncing can be problematic depending on phone make and model

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
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The AVIC-X710BT is a high-end, in-dash GPS navigation receiver from Pioneer. It adds several features to the U310BT, including 3D mapping and rendering of landmarks. It also has a significantly larger, 5.8" touch screen, and adds voice-activated controls. The X710BT features a CD player and, with an optional cable, iPod/iPhone integration, as touch or voice controls enable selection of an artist, album, genre, or playlist. Built-in navigation features include POI directory, map database, and text-to-speech engine for turn-by-turn directions, all standard in this price range. As in all of Pioneer's GPS offerings, Bluetooth is built-in, enabling headset-free phone calls with compatible handsets. The device also supports XM and Sirius satellite radio.

Features
  • POI directory
  • Built-in map database
  • 2D and 3D mapping
  • Landmark and terrain rendering
  • Turn-by-turn directions
  • Text-to-speech
  • Voice-activated controls
  • 5.8-inch touch-screen display
  • CD player
  • iPod/iPhone integration via USB
  • Album art display
  • SD card reader
  • MP3/WAV/AAC audio playback
  • Bluetooth
  • XM/Sirius satellite radio support
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Anonymous
02/12/2011 12:29

What format do you use for video with the SD card? MP3,AVI?

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