The Pioneer MVH-P8200BT (and MVH-P8200, which is the same minus Bluetooth) is Pioneer's first A/V head unit completely free of mechanical parts such as CD drive or cassette deck. It features a front USB port, an SD card slot hidden behind the faceplate, a front AUX audio input port, but omits Bluetooth stereo audio streaming (A2DP) from a smartphone. For broadcast playback, it is HD Radio and Satellite Radio (XM/Sirius) ready, besides the traditional FM and AM signals. Its 3" color TFT display can show album art and video clips, and is color adjustable (Blue/Violet/Red/Amber/Green/White for display menu, and 112 colours for key panel illumination).
The MVH-P8200BT's USB port and SD card slot allow for direct playback of audio and video media files straight from the source while its iPod/iPhone compatibility allows for expanded features such as an integrated search function as well as iTunes tagging. Its Bluetooth functionality allows for hands-free calling through your car's stereo setup although it does not provide Bluetooth audio streaming. Additionally, the MVH-P8200BT's HD radio provides higher quality AM and FM radio as well as a stronger overall signal strength. Its 3" TFT colour display is capable of display jpeg image files as well as a variety of video files for a comprehensive A/V experience.
- 3" color TFT display
- USB and SD card slots for direct media playback
- Front AUX audio input
- HD Radio; XM/Sirius satellite radio ready
- iPod/iPhone compatible
- Can display jpeg and video files
- iTunes tagging
- Parrot Bluetooth module for hands free calling