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Pioneer AVH-P3200BT In-Dash DVD Multimedia AV Receiver

by Pioneer
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  • AM/FM radio, DVD, DVD-R/RW, CD, CD-R/RW, MP3/WMA/AAC/WAV, JPG, USB, iPod, Bluetooth receiver
  • 4 x 50 Watts maximum power with three 4V RCA preamp outputs
  • 5.8-inch TFT LCD touchscreen display with 1440 x 240 pixel resolution
  • Built-in Bluetooth, front panel mini A/V input, USB input, rear RCA A/V input, rear-view camera input, SD card slot
  • Add Pioneer adapters for SAT Radio, HD radio, iPod Direct Connection, CD/DVD changer
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Pioneer
  • Model Number: AVH-P3200BT

Product Description

Product Description

The Pioneer's AVH-P3200BT is an in-dash double-DIN DVD Multimedia AV Receiver featuring built-in Bluetooth and a 5.8-inch widescreen display. It comes with features like USB Direct Control and DivX support, and a built-in MOSFET 50 W x 4 amplifier.


Get your media on the road with Pioneer's AVH-P3200BT, an in-dash double-DIN DVD Multimedia AV Receiver featuring built-in Bluetooth and a 5.8-inch widescreen display. With versatile music and video playback, modern features like USB Direct Control and DivX support, a built-in MOSFET 50 W x 4 amplifier, and plenty of expansion options--not to mention the ability to make and receive calls--it's the perfect way to turn your vehicle into a mobile entertainment center.

Pioneer Car Audio Systems

Pioneer's Mobile Business Group is known for offering the kind of in-car products that make driving more enjoyable by offering high quality audio and video, seamless connectivity and ease-of-use. Its focus is on the development of new digital technologies including audio video, navigation and satellite radio, while maintaining its strong heritage in products for car audio enthusiasts and sound competitors.

Rear A/V RCA input, three 4V RCA preamp outputs, steering wheel remote input, and video out for system expansion.

Make and receive phone calls through your vehicle's sound system.

AVH-P3200BT Features

Built-In Bluetooth
The AVH-P3200BT features built-in Bluetooth technology, which allows you to take incoming calls through your vehicle's sound system. Connecting your Bluetooth-enabled phone is a snap, and gives you access to all your contacts. Best of all, you can make or take a call without a headset.

5.8-Inch Touchscreen Display
The AVH-P3200BT boasts a 5.8-inch TFT LCD touchscreen display with 1440 x 240 pixel resolution. Navigating your media and system settings from the touchscreen is a breeze thanks to intuitive touch controls and customizable menus. Tap, Swipe or Drag--exactly the way you expect a touchscreen device to work.

Versatile Multimedia Playback
Enjoy your favorite DVDs while parked with the full-featured DVD player, or add a back seat screen for your passengers to watch as you drive. The AVH-P3200BT will play DVDs, DVD-Rs, Video CDs and even DivX files burnt to CD or DVD (or from a USB device). You can also use the rear A/V input to attach external devices like video game systems.

As for music, you can enjoy your favorite CDs, or listen to MP3/WMA/AAC files from either CD/DVD data discs or a USB device.

USB Input / SD Memory Card Slot
Connect USB thumb drives or other devices and enjoy playback of your digital audio files or DivX video. Ditto for SD memory cards. This makes it a breeze to quickly grab some media from your computer before a big road trip, and enjoy hours of entertainment on the road.

iPod Direct Control (CD-IU50V required)
Connect your iPod directly and experience exceptional sound quality while easily navigating through music, videos and album art on the AVH-P3200BT's screen. Say goodbye to the annoying static of FM transmitters and other iPod half-solutions.

Advanced Sound Retriever
Hear the detail, warmth and clarity, the way the artist intended it, from all of your highly compressed MP3, WMA and AAC files stored on USB memory device, iPod and portable digital players. By restoring data (especially higher frequencies) that tend to get lost in the digital compression process, Pioneer's Advanced Sound Retriever technology enhances audio reproduction nearly all the way up to 20 kHz frequencies.

Supertuner IIID AM/FM Tuner
Pioneer's legendary Supertuner IIID combines the best of digital and analog tuner technologies to reduce distortion to bring you exceptional FM and AM performance. If you live in an area where reception is weak, you'll hear a big improvement in signal strength. And when you're near tall buildings, Supertuner IIID reduces the effect of multi-path noise, which occurs when the signal is reflecting off of the buildings.

Always have your favorite stations at hand with 18 FM and 6 AM user presets. And when you're somewhere new, let the tuner do the work for you by activating the Best Stations Memory (BSM) function. The tuner will seek out the 6 strongest stations in the area and set them into the tuner presets.

Dial in Your Sound
Use and customize EQ curves, adjust the eight-band parametric equalizer, or change loudness and bass boost settings to get the perfect sound.

AUX-In Connection
Use the built-in AUX input for connecting any digital portable player and other external auxiliary devices. For extra-convenient access, the AVH-P3200BT has this A/V input on the front panel.

MOSFET 50W x4 Amplifier for the Power Hungry
Compared to conventional power supplies, the MOSFET amplification circuit is smaller and more efficient, delivering power with less distortion and absolutely zero on/off switching noise. And that doesn't just mean a boost in volume: it means that your music will be cleaner at higher volumes because you're not pushing the limits of the amplification circuit. Clean, efficient power that will rock your vehicle.

For those who'd like a bit more power, three 4V RCA preamp outputs are also included for system expansion (front/rear/sub).

Rear View Camera Capability
Keep an eye on your backside using the optional Rear View Camera (ND-BC2 or ND-BC20PA): while you're in reverse the rear-view camera can be in full screen. An unit equipped with the optional rear-view camera adds a level of safety and assurance you can rely on. In addition to keeping you and your family safe, this feature also makes maneuvering in tight spaces easier.

Ready to Expand
The AVH-P3200BT is also compatible with Pioneer's XM and Sirius satellite radio tuners, HD radio tuner, TV tuner, CD/DVD changers and more.

AVH-P3200BT Basic Specs

iPod Playback: Audio/Video (Cable Required)
DVD Playback: Yes
USB Input: Yes
Sound Retriever: Yes
Bluetooth: Built-In
Navigation Ready: Yes
Display: 5.8-Inch Touchscreen
Rear Camera Ready: Yes
RCA Preamp Outputs: Three Sets (4 volt)
HD Radio Ready: Yes
SAT Radio Ready: Yes
Power: MOSFET 50W x 4

What's in the Box
Pioneer AVH-P3200BT Receiver, Wiring Harness, Installation Hardware, Owner's Manual

Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight12 ounces
Product Dimensions7.2 x 5.2 x 4.4 inches
Item model numberAVH-P3200BT
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #95,141 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.2 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableFebruary 2, 2010
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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

80 of 83 people found the following review helpful By esanta VINE VOICE on August 23, 2010
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I hadn't installed car electronics in ages, and just decided it was time to replace the factory stereo in my 2002 Toyota Highlander. I was sick and tired of juggling with the lousy sound and wires all over the place, cassette adapter, iPhone charger, Sirius radio... it was time for an upgrade. With Amazon running a sale on Pioneer car audio, it seemed it was time to jump. In the process, I learned a few things that I hope will help you make the right decisions.

1) Pioneer sells a $35 "Double DIN install kit". I'm sure it's needed in some cars, but the 3200 was a perfect drop-in in my Highlander, at least as far bolting it to the equipment chassis. The screw holes are exactly in the same place as on the Denso factory double DIN stereo it replaced,.

2) Getting a wire bundle adapter (available from Amazon, cost is under $10) simplifies the installation tremendously and makes it easy to put the original stereo back in. It's basically a connector that looks like the one on the factory stereo and has a color coded bundle of wires attached. You solder or crimp these wires to the bundle that comes with your new stereo and you're in business: it's now a perfect drop in substitute for the factory stereo. The bundle adapter is specific to your car, not the stereo you're installing.

3) Lock-out of some features (movie playing, phone number pad dialing...) is done by detecting the state of the parking brake. If you don't connect the parking brake wire, you will not be able to use these features, ever. Of course if you were a bad person you would just attach this wire to the ground somewhere, which would disable the lock-out. I'm just sayin.

4) Why are there so many iPod cables for this family of receivers? It's infuriating!
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70 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Carson on February 23, 2010
Just got this unit after researching online and spent couple hundreds to install it. Somehow, the "Built-in bluetooth" is only working for mobile phone calling. It DOES NOT do Bluetooth audio streaming. I called Pioneer support and they said they were surprised when they got the unit themselves too figured that AVH-P3200BT is not as good as AVH-P3200DVD + Bluetooth Adaptor. Somehow, Bluetooth audio streaming is missing from this "Built-in bluetooth" function. Pioneer support warranty department said to me that it's not their fault about the unit as it's not defected. To me, I think it's their design flaw and their fault to not mention it in their product page. Pioneer, please put something like "Built in bluetooth not having full features as the add on bluetooth adaptor"!
Also, Crutchfield misadvertised this unit to have Bluetooth Audio Streaming(Obviously, they were confused by pioneer too). Crutchfield then fixed the page but I am still able to find it from google cache. I took the screenshot just in case someone want to return their order and no proof on their misadvertise.
Belows is what crutchfield took out from the page.
"The AVH-P3200BT supports audio streaming as well. If your mobile device can store music files or stream on-line music sources, you can listen to them over your car stereo without the need for an inconvenient patch cord."
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Jimmie D. Smith on May 28, 2010
I recently had this unit installed and I really love it. With an optional kit I was able to keep my steering wheel controls. I wanted a unit that played well with iPod but that would also work with my Droid for phone functions. This unit is a winner in both respects.

As far as iPod is concerned, the navigation system is flawless. You can basically access everything on the screen just like you would on your iPod. It handles iPod videos well and will even display album art as it's playing music.

The Droid easily pairs with this unit for phone functions. It will not stream audio, but that's why I have an iPod. I was troubled at first when I paired this with my Droid and my phonebook didn't show up on the unit. You need to look for a notification on you Droid after it pairs and approve the sharing of your phonebook with the head unit. BTW...this only has to be done the first time. After that it pairs automatically and you have access to your phonebook.

My major complaint with this unit is the lack of a rear USB port. I had a cable run from the front of the unit back behind and into the glovebox where I store my iPod. Why Pioneer couldn't put one on the back is beyond me. I would have gladly spent an additional $20 for this and I suspect it would cost them much less to implement. One other annoyance is that when you use a data disk, SD card or USB drive, it shows the folder structure on the disk in random order. Seriously?!?!?! Why is it not alphabetical?

The sound from the unit is awesome and it has a high degree of customization. 3 different levels of loudness are a big plus. Customizable EQ is welcome.

Overall, I'm very pleased with the feature-to-price ratio and would recommend this unit within its limitations.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By N. Lacle on May 15, 2010
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After so much research, and taking into consideration that I'm not too much into iPod hype, I've decided to get this Pioneer model, mostly because of the fact of the Bluetooth connectivity for phone calls, and because it has a USB and SD-card slot right on the front! Without an iPod, there is already plentiful of source material! The DVD drive, the USB memory stick, or the SD-card.
Because of the fact that I'm in the newsgathering business, the USB and SD port on the front is ideal to review still pictures, and listening to recorded interviews. Nowadays the USB memory stick is becoming smaller, so it is barely noticeable when I plug it in! Because it is installed in a 2008 Ford Edge, the stick doesn't protrude dangerously out! It's like the Ford Edge was manufactured for this stereo.
A tip: Nearly every SUV or CUV nowadays has the small antenna on the roof, which includes a small signal booster. So it is important to connect the Ford blue power-antenna cable to this receiver! I must honestly say, that now the DX stations are coming better than ever before! The Super-TunerIII by Pioneer should win an award for pulling in far away stations! Even a local FM station that was always the weakest one on the Ford stereo, now comes in clean and strong on this Pioneer! You must purchase a antenna adapter to use this receiver in a Ford. If you get the multiconnector and the mounting kit from Crutchfield, the installation is a breeze. But I did `salvage' the original Ford aluminum mounting-bracket to use this on the Pioneer, for a more sturdier installation.
The Bluetooth is fantastic! I use it only for calls and the phonebook, so didn't need the audiostreaming for Bluetooth. You can even adjust the mic-level so that the listener can hear you better.
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