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Pioneer DEH-P8300UB CD Receiver w/ Pandora Link & Front Aux Input

Pioneer DEH-P8300UB CD Receiver w/ iPhone Control & Front Aux Input

The DEH-P8300UB from Pioneer features built-in Pandora-Link support usually found in their high-end navigation and multimedia receivers. Pandora-link allows you to control your Pandora app on your iPhone directly from the receiver's controls. The AM/FM tuner offers 6 station presets for each band which allow you to easily re-call your favorite radio stations quickly. Pioneer takes the built-in AM/FM tuner a step further by including RDS (Radio Data System) functionality. If the currently tuned station is broadcasting RDS information, the receiver will display that information directly on the LCD screen. Typically broadcasted information varies from current track and artist details, to announcements and alerts. The built-in CD drive will play music from standard music CDs and music recorded to a CD-R in the standard CD audio format.

The DEH-8300UB is also equipped to play MP3, WMA, and AAC digital media files burned to a CD-R/CD-RW disk or load on a USB thumb drive. Pioneer takes digital audio support a step further with full iPod support through direct iPod connection technology. Plug your iPod directly into the DEH-4300UB's front USB port and you're good to go. If your portable MP3 player happens to not be an iPod, the included Front 3.5mm Auxiliary input will allow you to play music from any device with a headphone jack.



General Features:

  • AM/FM Tuner with RDS
  • CD, CD-R, CD-RW compatible
  • Playback of digital music files like MP3s, WMA files and iTunes AAC files
  • 50W x 4 Max power output
  • Front Aux Input
  • Front USB input
  • Direct control for iPod vis USB
  • 7-way Rotary Commander
  • AM FM tuner
  • Satellite radio capable (Requires optional satellite radio adapter)
  • HD Radio capable (optional GEX-P20HD adapter required)
  • Bluetooth capable (optional CD-BT200 bluetooth adapter required)
  • Remote Control

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