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PIONEER AppRadio SPHDA210 In-Dash DVD Player with 7-Inch Capacitative Touchscreen

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  • Now with DVD/CD Player, Bluetooth Audio Streaming, and MirrorLink Compatibility
  • Updated User Interface
  • Compatible with iPhone and Select Android Phones
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight6 pounds
Product Dimensions7 x 7 x 7 inches
Item model numberSPHDA210
Chassis Sizedouble-din
Preamp Voltage6 volts
Display Typedvd
Wireless RemoteNo
WarrantyONE YEAR
Expansionbuilt-in_mp3_dock, built-in_bluetooth, optional_satellite_radio
Media Playback Supporteddvd
Weight14.2 Pounds
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #3,437 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 5, 2013
Warranty & Support
Warranty, Parts: Parts

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Pioneer
  • Model: SPHDA210
  • Warranty: ONE YEAR

Product Description


Customer Reviews

The Pioneer does it’s job as well and looks and sounds great in the process.
J. Bevan
I can start the app on my phone and let it play through the bluetooth connection, but I could do that via my car's aux jack before AppRadio.
Jody Albritton
Arliberator does for appradio 2 what pioneer should have done for all the appradios.

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114 of 117 people found the following review helpful By David on July 3, 2013
I have a 2008 Subaru WRX, and am upgrading from AppRadio 1. With iPhone 5, I needed a lightning cable solution, and also wanted bluetooth integration. This met my needs perfectly, so I thought.

Pay careful attention to the cables you'll need for this install. I recommend looking on Pioneer's site and skimming the manual. In all, I spent quite a bit over the base cost purchasing a lighting AV adapter and the CD-IH202 cable for USB connectivity (required - it's proprietary on the back of the unit.) Get Amazon's new lightning cable as an extension - it's cheap, and works great. I kept my ASWC for steering wheel integration (manual programming required) and picked up the parking brake override from seller Microbypass, on Amazon. Works perfectly.

What's great?
The sound quality is improved with digital. I used to have alternator whine - it's reduced to insignificance now. The new bluetooth mic works spectacularly. The GPS antenna is reduced in size by half. Sound is overall fantastic. I'm sending my signal to a Polk amp with polk speakers. Fuller with more bass, despite some reviews critiquing the limited EQ. (I don't use a sub - don't want to give up the space.)

What's okay?
Bluetooth picks up my iPhone 5 every time I get in the car. Instant audio connection. UNTIL - you plug in the lightning cable. For some reason the unit shifts it's bluetooth detection at this point and decides you don't have an A2DP signal - just phone. You'll have to manually go into your iphone settings, tap the bluetooth connection again, and it will re-initiate. It's annoying. I find that I keep it unplugged, it works well. Opportunity for a firmware release. Siri integration works okay.
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114 of 128 people found the following review helpful By justinroyea on September 8, 2013
I have appradio 3 sph-da110 with a Samsung Galaxy S4 (I can't say anything about what the Apple experience is like but I assume pioneer probably made all the same mistakes and failed to further develop to fix them too).
Nothing works like it should except for the basic radio functions; Bluetooth audio streaming is great as well phone calls. Radio signal was weak for me but radio functions work fine. Reverse cam I installed works fine.
But these things are not why I bought an appradio specifically, so let me explain my one star review.

1st off when you finally get all the adaptors you need (depending on your phone's compatibility) which are never included and cost extra, you realize that when you plug it in none of the apps work together - you can't use GPS while using a music app. Yes thats right, you can't listen to music while using one of the 3 terrible options for GPS navigation apps. Steering wheel functions also don't integrate in app mode(I paid for an adaptor). You need to use the pioneer keyboard for anything to work, and its pretty terrible so it requires switching back and forth when you connect and disconnect appradio. Next you'll notice that the screen mirroring doesn't allow use of the touchscreen unless you're using app mode using one of the approved apps (there are about 15 apps offered altogether and they are also almost 100% crap, a lot of fluff and stuff your phone does so much better on its own - I had hoped for more useful driving related apps). Next is that your phone needs to be in landscape mode otherwise you get a tiny portrait view of your screen in the middle of the appradio display.
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82 of 91 people found the following review helpful By J. Bevan on November 3, 2013
I have studied this product for months because it handles “Apps” in a different (an potentially more useful) way than any other product I’ve found. I refrained from buying this product until the end of November because of all the disinformation on the Internet about whether it works with iPhone 5 and/or IOS7. There are some very strong naysayers out there about those questions. Those people kept me from buying the product.

Then I decided to ask actual users of all three products (AppRadio 3, iPhone 5, and IOS 7) what their experience currently is. Every one of them came back with “It works just fine.” So I went ahead and took the plunge. I had it installed (professionally) yesterday. It took them over 7 hours. When they finally finished last night at 7:30PM I asked them to assist me in pairing the Bluetooth and I’d figure out the rest (all the cabling) later. The Bluetooth pairing was the easiest of any device I’ve paired with. The technician asked me to put the car (2009 Hyundai Santa Fe) in reverse to make sure the backup camera was working (it was), and I was off for the 50 mile drive home.

At this point, mind you, I had ONLY the Bluetooth “hooked up.” But I was able to listen to music off my Amazon Cloud Player app which sounded great. The display showed me complete information about song, artist, album, etc. It does not show the album artwork — but that is neither a Pioneer nor an Apple limitation but, rather, a limitation in the Bluetooth spec. So the music is working great. Right after starting for home, I pushed the Pioneer “Home Button” and asked Siri to call my wife. That worked perfectly. When we finished the music resumed.
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