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Pioneer AVIC-D3 In-Dash GPS Navigation System with DVD Player

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  • Optional XM NavTraffic service
  • Access to 12 million Points Of Interest (POI)
  • Presets Built-in Speaker
  • Tele Atlas database
  • Optional CD-BTB200 Bluetooth adapter
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Technical Details
Item Weight7.2 pounds
Product Dimensions9.9 x 11.1 x 9.6 inches
Item model numberAVIC-D3
Chassis SizeDouble-DIN
Faceplate TypeDetachable
Warranty1 year warranty
Height (inches)4 inches
Width (inches)7 inches
Depth (inches)6.5 inches
Weight4 Pounds
  
Additional Information
ASINB000MY72F0
Best Sellers Rank #137,986 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableNovember 15, 2005
  
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  • Fast and powerful DVD navigation platform

Product Description

The Pioneer AVIC-D3 in-dash navigation system comes with two DVD-ROMs containing a massive Tele Atlas database, enabling the unit to provide a gigantic network of turn-by-turn routable roads. And fast processor calculations of multiple routes and directions to destinations via the graphic map interface and voice guidance within seconds.

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Customer Reviews

Good sound quality (Better than factory setting).
Ashwin Mudigonda
Happiness is the secret to life and this unit will give you years of car enjoyment.
M. Wolf
It doesn't always take the fastest or the shortest route.
A. Agnihotri

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

61 of 62 people found the following review helpful By L. Abate on April 15, 2007
Just finished installing the D3 in my '06 Scion tC this weekend. In addition to the head unit I also installed the Bluetooth adapter/iPod cable/PAC steering wheel control interface and XM tuner. At this point I am still unsure if I am going to install the reverse cam. This is my third Pioneer head unit, but first Navigation unit.

The unit looks very nice installed with the included mounting hardware, much better than in the photos, I might add. The screen is very bright, and the touch interface works very well. The XM interface is very nice, especially when the Nav disk is in loaded, as it will then display station and category logos along with the standard XM track/artist info.

Here are some of the pros and cons I have come up with in the two days I have had to fool around with it:

Pros:
-XM or Sirius, it stinks to have to make a decision on a head unit based on your sat.
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Often Disgruntled Consumer on November 29, 2007
I purchased this unit after trying two JVC products specifically because I wanted certain functions. After extensive research, I found that this device said in the product specs that it would do everything I wanted.

Here are the functions I wanted:

1. Bluetooth integration (including voice dial).
2. Ipod integration.
3. XM integration.
4. Control of unit from factory redundant controls on steering wheel.

While technically the unit does all of these, it performs quite poorly in some areas. I have decided to keep this unit, but it's a Hobson's choice. Frankly, I have been unable to find a unit that does all of them well.

Keep in mind, in order to do a lot of these things, you need to buy a separate breakout box or adapter that is not included in the price. Here how it did in each of these areas:

1. Bluetooth integration. OK at best. Call quality is fine. It also accessed and played music from my bluetooth smartphone. Where it suffers, though is voice dial integration. Basically, although you can initiate a voice dial call from the unit, there is a bug in the Bluetooth stack in the Pioneer unit, and, because of this bug, you cannot hear prompts from you phone telling you when to talk or asking you to confirm a selection. Pioneer says "yep, we have this problem", and "nope, we're not going to fix it". I have made a work around by disabling all voice prompts on my phone, but I still have to guess when to talk, and if the phone gets the wrong voice tag, you don't know until the wrong person picks up. This issue really is annoying if you rely upon voice dial. There is also no dedicated hard button to turn on voice dial that can be accessed no matter what mode the unit is in.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Ashwin Mudigonda on June 4, 2007
Why I like it:

Unit:

- Cheap.
- Customizable with accessories.
- Does its navigation job most of the time pretty well.
- Nice extras such as vehicle dynamics, A2DP compatability, equalizer settings.
- Quite intuitive commands regarding navigation.
- Good sound quality (Better than factory setting).
- Good POI database and telephone search is a blessing.

iPod:

- Whatever. It works.

Bluetooth:

- Works ok. Automatically stops playback and transfers call and vice versa.

Why I don't like it:

USB Interface (I returned this accesory)

- Very archaic controls.
- Only folder navigation, but no subfolder navigation abilities thus resulting in cumbersome searching.
- Only 8 character text display for folder, artist, album.
- Painful.

iPod

- For song capacities > few GB, searching is cumbersome.
- No alphabetical navigation (that would be nice)
- Scrolling doesn't work. With 200+ pages, finding an artist starting with M requires holding the down button for a while.
- After all the hard work of getting to the artist/album, the entire process needs to be repeated for the same result.

Eg. If you somehow found Buddha Bar - I, listened to it and now want to listen to Buddha Bar - II, the entire onus needs to be repeated.

Unit:

- Urban canyons can be painful resulting in wrong or convoluted directions.

Bluetooth:

- Had to buy a new phone because older version of BT wouldn't work.
- Highway noise can cause receiving party to get frustrated.
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