Pioneer MVH-200EX Double Din Bluetooth in-Dash Digital Media Car Stereo

Update your old car stereo! the Pioneer 6-2/10 in. Double-din in-dash digital media and a/V receiver with Bluetooth is designed to improve your in-vehicle entertainment options! enjoy features such as hands-free calling and audio streaming Plus audio/video playback from your Android smartphone or MP3 player via USB. It’s also iPhone/iPod Compatible with an optional USB interface cable! this head unit is also backup camera ready. Make those miles fly with Pioneer!

Product Features

  • 800 x 400 resolution, clear-resistive touchscreen, 24-bit true color panel, display & color customization
  • DOES NOT PLAY CD’S OR DVDS
  • Android music support automatically recognizes Android smartphone as a music storage Device with music accessible via optional USB cable
  • Includes wiring harness, USB extension cable, Bluetooth microphone & manual

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2 Responses to Pioneer MVH-200EX Double Din Bluetooth in-Dash Digital Media Car Stereo

  1. Anonymous says:

    Bluetooth and Digital format issues. I am a die-hard Pioneer fan. All my cars have had Pioneer stereos. And as someone who travels ALOT, I went with what I trust. Unfortunately, this is the first time I was let down by a Pioneer stereo. The main problem is the interface, not the audio. The sound is excellent as usual. But, I had 3 issues with this stereo…1. Bluetooth – After 20 days of repetitive use, (I travel 50 miles daily) I started getting interface issues with bluetooth. All music played through bluetooth was…

  2. Anonymous says:

    All you need! It doesn’t have a DVD player, but seriously, who uses those any more? Otherwise it has the same features as the AVH-200EX, so if you use digital music these days, forget the complexity of a DVD/CD headunit and buy this one instead for less money! Works great with my phone. I’m now taking my calls handsfree, playing my music from the phone without a cord over Bluetooth, playing music from USB, and enjoying my backup camera. I replaced the stock speakers in my FJ Cruiser at the same time, and…