Bluetooth Bluetooth is an industrial specification that provides a way to connect and exchange information between devices such as mobile phones, PCs, printers, digital music devices and game consoles over a secure, globally unlicensed short-range radio frequency.
- Cellular telephone auto muting
This feature automatically reduces the volume of your system when an incoming call is detected or you dial an outgoing call on a cellular phone installed in your car.
- Direct sub drive
Direct sub drive instead of connecting 2 rear speakers, you can opt to connect a subwoofer in 2 Ω mode to one of the rear speaker outputs. 70 W power will be delivered to the woofer for a powerful bass sound experience, without the need for an extra amplifier.
- Wired remote input
The hard wired remote input allows you to connect the receiver directly to your car's own steering wheel remote control. You can then control your receiver with the steering wheel remote control.
- High voltage output
By providing a strong signal, with less noise and more definition, the high voltage pre-outs reduce demand on the input circuit of the amps so they can work with lower gain settings, resulting in improved sound quality and a wider dynamic range.
- RCA preout
RCA pre-outs enable you to easily expand your sound system. You can significantly improve your in-car sound quality by connecting extra amplifiers to your headunit, for example. You could customize your sound system with separate amplifiers for the front speakers, the rear speakers and a subwoofer. The RCA pre-outs let you create the exact sound you want, with the focus on complete flexibility.
- Audio streaming
Bluetooth audio streaming enables you to play audio files from your mobile phone (or Bluetooth enabled audio player) via your receiver. You are able to use the audio streaming and handsfree telephony at the same time, although audio streaming functionalities have no display capabilities.
- Voice recognition
The voice recognition feature enables you to say a name or telephone number stored in your phone book to your receiver or navigation system whilst driving. The system will then repeat what you have just said for confirmation. The benefit is that you can keep your concentration on the road whilst driving, with direct access to important features.
- Radio Data System (RDS)
Radio Data System (RDS) is a system for providing information along with FM broadcasts. This inaudible information provides such features as program service name, program type, traffic announcement standby, automatic tuning and program type tuning, and is intended to aid you in finding and tuning in to a desired station.
- Traffic Announcement
The Traffic Announcement (TA) feature lets you receive traffic announcements automatically, no matter what source you are listening to. For example, if you are listening to an mp3, and a live traffic announcement is being broadcast on a particular radio station, TA will automatically detect the announcement, mute your mp3 and broadcast the announcement as it is being made.
- Auto alternative frequency search
Auto alternative frequency search occurs when the tuner cannot get a good reception, and automatically searches for a different radio station in the same network.
- CD text
Use the CD text feature to view text information from a music CD. By pushing the display key, you can scroll between disc titles, track titles and artist name.
- Last position memory
Last position memory automatically resumes CD play from the last point if there is interruption to CD play.
- Advanced Sound Retriever (ASR)
The ASR sound technology automatically restores the harmonics which were lost during the audio compression process. ASR adjusts frequency response and sound pressure, especially in the high and low frequency ranges, to revitalize the density and presence of the compressed signal. The result is an improved sound quality with its staging, density and feeling restored to the level of the original recording.
- Source Level Adjuster (SLA)
Allows you to independently adjust the volume ratio between all of the headunit's sources (using the FM volume level as a reference), so the start-up volume between sources will always be the same.
|Product Description||Pioneer DEH-X5600BT - Car - CD receiver - in-dash unit - Full-DIN|
|Product Type||CD receiver|
|Integrated Components||Radio, CD player, USB host|
|Media Content Source||CD, USB-host|
|Supported Digital Audio Standards||WAV, WMA, MP3|
|Dimensions (WxDxH)||17.8 cm x 16.5 cm x 5 cm|
|Form Factor||Full-DIN - in-dash unit|
|Sound Output Mode||Stereo|
|Equaliser||Graphic - 5-band|
|Equaliser Factory Presets||Natural, Powerful, Super Bass, Vocal, Flat|
|Max Output Power / Channel Qty||50 Watts x 4|
|Amplifier Output details||22 Watt - 4 Ohm - 50 - 15000 Hz - THD 5% - 4 channel(s)|
|Radio||AM/FM - 24 preset stations|
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