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Pioneer AVH-P2300DVD 5.8" In-Dash Double-DIN DVD AV Receiver with iPod/iPhone Control

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  • Double-DIN AM/FM radio, DVD, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, CD, CD-R/RW, VCD, MP3/WMA/AAC, JPEG, DivX receiver
  • MOSFET 50 Watts x 4 peak power with two 2V RCA preamp outputs for system expansion
  • 5.8-inch touchscreen display with widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio and WQVGA (480x240) pixel resolution
  • Connectivity includes direct iPod control, playback from USB devices, auxiliary input
  • Ready for Satellite/HD Radio, Bluetooth adapter, GPS navigation system, rear-view camera
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight4.8 pounds
Product Dimensions9.9 x 11 x 6.7 inches
Item model numberAVH-P2300DVD
Warranty1 Year Parts and Labor
ExpansioniPod cable optional, Bluetooth included
  
Additional Information
ASINB004HW6F7E
Best Sellers Rank #52,968 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.9 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJanuary 6, 2011
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Pioneer
  • Model: AVH-P2300DVD
  • Warranty: 1 Year Parts and Labor

Product Description

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Pioneer's 2011 AV receivers make entertainment easier, and the AVH-P2300DVD is no exception. The first thing you'll notice is the 5.8-inch widescreen touch display, along with a touchscreen interface Pioneer has tweaked to perfection. Customize things to your preference, and enjoy access to your favorite DVDs and CDs, or USB thumb drives full of your favorite files. You'll get direct control of your iPod or iPhone, and Pioneer's Advanced Sound Retriever to put some life back into those compressed audio files. And when it's time to grow, the AVH-P2300DVD is ready: add GPS navigation, satellite radio, hands-free Bluetooth calling, and more with Pioneer add-on devices.

Pioneer AVH-P2300DVD Front
A versatile touchscreen DVD receiver with wide media support. Click here for a larger image

Fun, Customizeable Interface

Improved Interface

The AVH-P2300DVD features a fun and convenient touch user interface that's a breeze to navigate. Naturally tap, swipe, or drag for intuitive controls. A new user interface makes direct operation stress-free by eliminating complicated layered selection displays, so access to desired functions is smoother and simpler than ever. You can also choose between Full Operation Mode for more control, or a stripped-down Simple Mode with just the basics.

Direct Source Selection

Switch to another source simply by touching a desired source icon. You can access another targeted source instantly without defaulting back to the menu display.

Make It Your Own

Various customization and digital photo frame functions also make it easy to set up your receiver to your aesthetic preferences. Select among five (Blue/Red/Amber/Green/Violet) colors for the display and 112 different colors to match receiver illumination to the dash. With Dual Decode, the receiver can display JPEG images while it plays music from your USB device. With one touch of the Capture button, you can save a favorite JPEG image as a wallpaper to the receiver. You can customize controls too, creating shortcuts to access frequently used features in the menu display.

Pioneer AVH-P2300DVD Face Angle
Brilliant 5.8-inch widescreen display.
Pioneer AVH-P2300DVD Menu
Naturally tap, swipe, or drag for intuitive controls.
See the Big Picture

The AVH-P2300DVD boasts a brilliant 5.8-inch widescreen color touchscreen display, for easy navigation of features and a serious foundation for your entertainment.

Connectivity and Versatility

Versatile Media Playback

Play back your favorite CDs and DVDs, along with various digital files: MP3/WMA/AAC audio, DivX/DVD/VCD video, and JPEG images.

USB Port

Connect a USB thumb drive loaded with files, and enjoy playback of files from your digital library.

iPod Direct Control

Connect your iPod/iPhone and enjoy music directly from your device, with complete control of unit functions right from the receiver. If you'd prefer, switch over to "application mode" to control from the iPod/iPhone itself.

Pioneer Advanced Sound Retriever
Above--sound quality deterioration from compressed audio files. Pioneer's Advanced Sound Retriever restores detail, warmth, and clarity.

Audio/Video Performance

Advanced Sound Retreiver

Hear the detail, warmth, and clarity that the artist originally wanted you to hear from compressed MP3, WMA and AAC files stored on disc, USB device, iPod/iPhone, and portable media players. Pioneer's Advanced Sound Retriever technology restores data (especially high-frequency data) that tends to get lost in the digital compression process.

Five-Band EQ

With Pioneer's five-band graphic equalizer, you can customize the equalization levels to best match the acoustics of your car.

MOSFET Amplification

The AVH-P2300DVD cranks out 4 channels of 50 Watts with efficient MOSFET amplification, and offers two 2V RCA preamp outputs for growing your system.

Room to Grow

The AVH-P2300DVD gives you a great featureset to begin with, but it's ready to expand to suit your needs. You can add Bluetooth hands-free calling, GPS navigation, satellite radio, HD radio, and a rear-view camera in a snap. Start out big, go bigger.

What's in the Box

Pioneer AVH-P2300DVD 5.8" In-Dash Double-DIN DVD AV Receiver, Remote Control, Trim Ring, Wiring Harness, Installation Hardware, Documentation




Pioneer 2011 A/V Receiver Comparison

 
DIN Size
Display
Preamp Outputs
Disc Formats
SD/SDHC
Memory
Card Slot
USB Interface
USBControl for iPod & iPhone
App Mode
Digital Formats
AUX Input
(Mini-Jack)
Dual Zone A/V
Advanced Sound Retriever
Auto EQ (Requires CD-M20)
Bluetooth
(HFP)
Back-Up Camera Ready
Pandora Ready
AVH-P6300BT
1-DIN
7-Inch
3 (4 V)
DVD/CD
Built-In
Front
DivX, MP3, WMA, AAC
Front
Built-In
AVH-P4300DVD
2-DIN
7-Inch
3 (4 V)
DVD/CD
Built-In
Rear
DivX, MP3, WMA, AAC
Rear
Ready (Add CD-BTB200)
AVH-P3300BT
2-DIN
5.8-Inch
3 (4 V)
DVD/CD
Built-In
Front
DivX, MP3, WMA, AAC
Front
Built-In
AVH-P2300DVD
2-DIN
5.8-Inch
2 (2V)
DVD/CD
Front
DivX, MP3, WMA, AAC
Front
Ready (Add CD-BTB200)
MVH-P8300BT
1-DIN
3-Inch
3 (4 V)
Built-In
Front
DivX, MP3, WMA, AAC
Front
Built-In
MVH-P7300
1-DIN
3-Inch
3 (4 V)
Built-In
Front
DivX, MP3, WMA, AAC
Front
Ready (Add CD-BTB200)

Product Description

Pioneer AVH-P2300DVD Double Din DVD / CD with 5.8” Touch Screen LCD Display, MP3 / WMA / AAC Playback, iPod/iPhone Audio Video via USB, 2 Pair RCA Preouts and Navigation Option.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This head unit was a great buy.
Nick
It fit perfectly and installed with no problems.
lopock3ts
It works great and sounds great.
Bill Perrino

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By J.P. on August 17, 2011
I just installed this unit in my boss's truck. He previously had a Pioneer AVIC-F900BT and had nothing but problems with it. This unit had much simpler wiring than the AVIC and installed very easily and quickly. All connections were labeled well on the back of the unit. Initial setup was very quick and easy as the menu interfaces are very easy to use. The screen is very bright and clear, and DVD's play extremely fast and look amazing for a 5.8" screen.

Overall, I would recommend this unit to anyone looking for a inexpensive, yet quality DVD/CD player.

Note- Although Pioneer would not be happy with me saying this, the parking brake lock out for DVD's was easy to wire around. You just need a simple 4 pole 12V relay and you are ready to play DVD's while driving. If you need information on how to do the wire around, just check out the YouTube videos.....
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By lopock3ts on April 24, 2011
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I installed this unit in my 2004 Silverado. It fit perfectly and installed with no problems. I recommend you purchase an antenna extension and a wire harness designed for your vehicle. I have installed numerous head units over the years and this one was as simple as any other brand or style I have dealt with. All in all the set up and installation took about 40 minutes. The owners and installation manual lack a detailed sketch of what each colored wire goes to but if you purchase a wire harness adapter for your vehicle the color codes are universal and you simple match color to color and stripe to stripe. With the proper hardware this unit is very simple to install, even for someone with no experience so don't waste your money on having a shop install it. Just do the research ahead of time to see how to disassemble your dash, remove the old radio, and what installation kit you need for your vehicle.
Crutchfield.com is a great reference source. The will tell you exactly what you need to install any after-market audio product in you ride.

I am still learning about this radio but so far I have no complaints. The DVD player works great and the play function can be easily bypassed with a relay switch so you can play movies without the parking brake being engaged. I searched youtube for instructions on how to do this. The unit has a number of preset equalizer settings as well as three custom setting you can program yourself. The unit allows you to turn your sub woofer on and off as you please. This is very handy if you don't want a lot of bass while watching movies.
The touchscreen response time is very fast and all in all the button layout is fairly simple to navigate and the icons are easily interpreted so even without title to tell you exactly where they lead it is easy to understand what they represent.

I am very pleased with this purchase and would buy it again if I had the choice.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By fadiga on April 5, 2011
Without writing too many words i'd have to say i love this unit in my car, I drive a Pontiac G6, 2006 and the manufacture radio stopped playing and i had to replace it for about the same price for a new one of these, and i believe i made the excellent choice of buying this one. So far everything about it is great, does all it says and installation was 30mins tops. improved sound system for real and love playing movies while driving. the only thing is that i can't watch the videos in my iPod when i connect it to this unit. you'll need an extra cable from what i understand, for that to work. and yes my iPod is compact-able with the unit and i have my iPod set to allow an external video output. All-in-all i love this unit and u sure will. Need pics? write me and I'll post them.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kyle on June 13, 2012
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Yes the radio is pretty, but make sure you set an appointment to get it installed right after you order. Their return policy is only 15days! The radio was suppose to fit my car, but after going to different places to get it installed they said no. I was unable to return the item. Never will I buy another product from this company or recommend them. I learned the lesson when it comes to buying a pricey item spend the extra money on the place that actually sells it and installs it. 15days come on! Almost every other company offers a 30 day return policy. Even dealerships offer a longer time than that to return a car under certain circumstances. Petsmart gives you 14days to return a dead fish. Awful customer service and a very flawed business plan
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Steve K. on December 27, 2011
This is a good head unit but I've got some pretty big design problems.

Pros:

Good picture on DVD playback

Looks good in the dash - nice "high end" feel

Good price

Supports SD cards

Cons:

No remote control

Touch screen is tough to use while driving

Flat volume and scan buttons are tough to find while driving

Constantly displays "No information available" in FM mode

Screen is nearly invisible in bright sunlight

Screen is nearly invisible with polarized sunglasses in any light condition

Connection for ipod is on the front instead of on the back

We'll start with the pros. DVD playback looks nice, the unit looks nice and it was cheap, under three hundred bucks. Not much need for explanation on these.

Now for the cons. A high end stereo that doesn't come with a remote control? I've had lots of head units over the last 15 years and this is the first time in 15 years that I haven't had a remote. The unit is programmed to accept a remote but it's $40 and only controls volume, source and next pre-set radio station or next track on SD or ipod. The remote has lots of other features it's supposed to work with but on this head unit, that's all that'll work.

Touch screens. Do some serious thinking before you make this decision. The touch screen is a total gimmick - real buttons are so much nicer to use. With a touch screen there's no such thing as finding a button without taking your eyes off the road. Every time you want to do anything you've got to stop and look down at the stereo. I know this may not sound like a big issue but after using a remote control for the last 15 years, this is a big change and it feels a little unsafe.
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