Pioneer DEH-S4120BT in Dash CD AM/FM Receiver with MIXTRAX, Bluetooth Dual Phone Connection, USB, Spotify, Pandora Control, iPhone and Android Music Support, Smart Sync App/Free ALPHASONIK Earbuds

Replace your cars old CD player with a new one from Pioneer. The Single-DIN In-Dash CD Receiver with MIXTRAX, Bluetooth and Multicolor Dual-Zone Display Control will make those miles fly. It also has USB and auxiliary inputs so you can playback tunes from your favorite media player.

Product Features

  • Car CD digital music Player receivers,
  • Built-in Bluetooth for hands free calling and audio streaming Pioneer Arc app compatible
  • Adjustable illumination and brightness USB quick charge

Click Here For More Pictures And Product Details


Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

2 Responses to Pioneer DEH-S4120BT in Dash CD AM/FM Receiver with MIXTRAX, Bluetooth Dual Phone Connection, USB, Spotify, Pandora Control, iPhone and Android Music Support, Smart Sync App/Free ALPHASONIK Earbuds

  1. Anonymous says:

    Top brand car stereo with good price and functionality. Finally i can listen to my real playlist conveniently having replaced my 4runner 2002 (3rd Gen) stereo with this pioneer, i have piece of mind that im using reliable brand, it has almost any option that you wish for and its not too expensive. I just installed and had a quick hand on and i was amazed, i bypassed the factory amp and realized how much difference in sound i get with built-in amplifier of pioneer. the MIX option is so cool, i personally dont like much illumination so i changed the…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Good, Inexpensive Radio for Those Desiring Bluetooth Functionality I bought the Pioneer MVH-S310BT in order to replace the failing Volvo HU-613 in my 2004 V70. The low price and Bluetooth functionality of the unit were the biggest factors that influenced me to purchase this head unit. I also was not interested in having a CD player, since I stream music through my smartphone. I looked at other, less expensive units, but I was deterred by the higher risk of low quality. I used my Google-foo to do some research, and from what I had found, the non-name brand…