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Pioneer AVICZ150BH In-Dash Navigation AV Receiver w/7" WVGA Touchscreen Display, Bluetooth, HD Radio Tuner, SiriusXM Ready, Built-In Traffic Tuner, & AppRadio Mode for iPhone and Select Android

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  • Built-in Bluetooth for hands-free calling and audio streaming
  • Built-in HD Radio tuner
  • Navigation features: Maps of the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico, plus 12 million points of interest. Plays CDs, DVDs, SD cards, and USB memory devices
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight6 pounds
Product Dimensions13.5 x 7 x 10.5 inches
Item model numberAVICZ150BH
Chassis Sizefull-din
Display TypeTOUCHSCHREEN
Expansionoptional_mp3_cable, built-in_bluetooth, built-in_hd_radio
Media Playback SupportedMedia Playback Supported
  
Additional Information
ASINB00B8XNCW6
Best Sellers Rank #47,471 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight21 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJanuary 31, 2013
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Pioneer
  • Model: AVICZ150BH

Product Description

DVD/CD receiver with motorized 7" touchscreen and AM/FM tuner

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The install was very simple and straight forward.
Z. Wolf
I called up onlinecarstereo to find out if they're authorized and was told that they aren't, when I explained the situation they told me there's nothing they can do.
Keith Elkin
On this unit I love the navigation software, Bluetooth and sound!
Movarias

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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Z. Wolf on May 28, 2013
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I have been using this headunit for a little over 3 weeks now. So far, I am very impressed with its functionality and speed.

The install was very simple and straight forward. For steering wheel controls, I used this in combination with the Axxess Metra ASWC-1 and it works fantastically.

I am pretty surprised in regards to how solid the navigation is. I was told by many people that Pioneer navigation was sub-par at best and that I would not be impressed.

Also installed this with the Pioneer ND-BC6 rear view camera. The two products integrate nicely and it's a great addition to the system.

There is an available bypass to get around the parking brake restriction, do a little searching over at the AVIC411 forums and you'll find it.

I am going to keep this review short, so I will finish by saying this is a fantastic product. Highly recommended.
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43 of 53 people found the following review helpful By CP on July 1, 2013
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I really want to like this thing. I really really do, (primarily because of the time and money spent installing) but this head unit is making itself hard to like.

I got this unit because of its iPhone 5 compatability. I thought to myself "How cool would it be to sync movies through iTunes and let the kids watch them in the back without having to fool around with DVD's!" Wrong - the video only plays on the unit itself. It will not output the video to the rear monitor. WTH!?

Ok - no biggie. The unit has an SD card slot that will play movies, so I can use that as a workaround. Load movies up on the SD card and let the kids watch them in the back. Wrong - once you figure out the funky resolution requirements to actually play video files from the SD card, you then learn that it will not output the video to the rear monitor. WTH!?

So basically, if you want to output video to the rear monitor, you need to play DVD's or connect an external device. What good is it to have an ability to play video on the unit itself if that same video cannot be shown on the rear monitor?

The unit is also cumbersome. It isn't difficult to figure out, it's just that the interface gets on your nerves. For example - there is a phone icon. One would think that pressing the phone icon would take you to the bluetooth phone function. Instead, you get a safety message screen. No big deal right? Press 'ok', and you'd expect to go to the phone function/screen. Wrong - instead you're taken to the map screen. So... if you want to make a call, the unit instead wants to show you where you are. Then you have to press the phone button AGAIN to get to the phone screen. WTH!?

Overall, the unit is capable, but annoying. AppRadio works, but is kinda choppy.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Keith Elkin on March 11, 2014
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This unit died after 6 months, I contacted Pioneer who provided me instructions on how to send it in for repair but informed me that if I didn't purchase this from an authorized reseller I'd have to pay $250 plus tax to get the unit fixed. I called up onlinecarstereo to find out if they're authorized and was told that they aren't, when I explained the situation they told me there's nothing they can do. I told them that the product advertises a 1 year warranty, they know full well there was no warranty so why didn't they list that in the listing. They blamed Amazon!! They told me that Amazon choses what gets listed in the listing. I don't believe that for a second. Do NOT buy from "onlinecarstereo.com", you will get NO warranty and no help from them.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Collier Ralph on November 20, 2013
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Love it! Installed in 2012 Toyota Prius with amp and sub in the storage compartment in the back. And wow!
Added a backup camera too. And yes, I tried the AppRadio for Android and it is a little quirky but don't care or really
need it. Their is plenty of HD radio stations in my area with sub stations on HD2. Some without commercials.
Their is only a handful of manufacturers of these head units and each one has something that someone will complain
about. This was surely the best choice at $744. Fast boot time, sensitive touch screen and maps that can be updated.
I HIGHLY RECOMMEND PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION FROM A SEASONED PROFESSIONAL. Some of the complaints
could have been avoided with proper install. Such as parking brake bypass, proper cable for Android/iPhone, steering wheel control cable,
necessary adapters, etc. For example, the antenna cable for the 2012 Prius was changed in that year and their was no adapter
yet to fit the Pioneer so the installer had to make one. No problem.
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11 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 18, 2013
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First off, installation is pretty straightforward. I installed this unit into a 2005 Grand Prix with a Monsoon amp factory installed. Using Axxess adapters, everything seems to work as it should.

My beefs: after only three months, the main menu button decided to take a nap. On the Pioneer website, they'll happily take the unit back...if I give them my credit card for $80. Thanks to Amazon's return policy, the vendor that sold the unit will exchange it for me paying shipping both ways. I have to say after almost 40 years of using Pioneer products for both the home and the car, this is the first time one of their products has ever broken on me. I hope that's not a harbinger of things to come.

No voice command. I don't know how Pioneer can call this their "flagship" unit in 2013 without that...particularly since they had it in their previous models.

I have yet to get the Bluetooth streaming audio to work properly without plugging the unit into their $35 Android adapter. I've gotten Pandora to play...without the music ID information. Plug it in, and it works fine. Also, on my phone (HTC Rezound) Pandora stops playing when the screen saver turns the screen off.

On the subject of Androids, I can sort of understand, given wildly different hardware and software platforms, that Bluetooth functionality might be limited, but I certainly can't understand it with the iPhone. Yes, you need an adapter to use an Apple product too, and if you have the iPhone 5 with the Lightning plug, you'll need and adapter and firmware update. My brother's 2013 Buick syncs quite nicely with an iPhone 5 via Bluetooth, and its list price on the car's sticker was well under the list price of the Pioneer.

Appradio? I'm not impressed.
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