Pioneer AVH-X390BS Double Din Bluetooth in-Dash DVD/CD/Am/FM Car Stereo Receiver with 6.2 Inch Wvga Screen/Sirius Xm-Ready

Pioneer AVH-X390BS double din Bluetooth in-dash DVD/CD/am/FM car stereo receiver w/ 6.2″ WVGA screen, Sirius xm-ready. Cea-2006 compliant amplifier. Appradio one gives you complete control over Compatible iPhone and Android apps on the radio’s screen. Am/FM tuner with 18FM/12Am presets. Remote control included.

Product Features

  • Pioneer AVH-X390BS in-dash receiver
  • Power output: peak: 50 watts x 4 channels/ RMS: 14 watts x 4 channels
  • Mixtrax blends songs together dj-style
  • Time alignment optimizes music for where you’re sitting in the vehicle
  • CD text information display: MP3 ID3 tag display (title/artist/album)

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3 Responses to Pioneer AVH-X390BS Double Din Bluetooth in-Dash DVD/CD/Am/FM Car Stereo Receiver with 6.2 Inch Wvga Screen/Sirius Xm-Ready

  1. Anonymous says:

    … this deck in my car and so far so good. I purchased the X390BS because it was this … I just finished installing this deck in my car and so far so good. I purchased the X390BS because it was this years model and had several updates/upgrades over the previous year. The install was easy and sound quality is excellent.It was easy to customize the colours to match my interior and most settings seem pretty intuitive. The AppRadio Live app is cool as you get free GPS via your phone etc but it’s a very different platform than the rest of the system so it’s a whole…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Needs a firmware update, but otherwise very good UPDATE: A firmware update has been released for this stereo recently. I have attempted to update mine, but it seems to be impossible. You need a USB flash drive with only the firmware update file on it in order for it to work. The problem is that the stereo adds a file to the flash drive when you plug it in. So when attempting to do a firmware update the stereo tells you it can’t update because there is more than one file on the flash drive. I contacted Pioneer about the issue and they were of…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Totally worth the price (on Amazon) I got this installed in my 2006 Saab 9-7x to replace the stock Bose 6-disc changer. Mainly wanted to update the vehicle and not have to use a Bluetooth adapter to sync my music. After using this for a week, I can say I love it. It has tons of features (Bluetooth, SiriusXM, AppRadio, MixTrax, AUX, USB) but has some issues too. One issue is that the track title/artist don’t always change when I go to the next track. It doesn’t matter whether I use the steering wheel control, phone, or unit…