- Sat Radio Ready
- IP-BUS control Commands with AUX IN
- Dimensions (LxHxW): 4.8 (L) x 8.4 (H) x 10.8 (W) inches
Pioneer DEH-P3000IB In-Dash CD/Mp3/Wma/iTunes AAC/Wav Receiver
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- AM/FM radio, CD, CD-R/RW, MP3/WMA/AAC/WAV receiver
- 4 x 50 Watts maximum power with 4-channel preamp output
- One-line, 16-character LED screen
- Includes front panel auxiliary input; add Pioneer adapters for SAT Radio, iPod Direct Connection, Bluetooth, USB Device Adapter
- 1-Year limited warranty
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The DEH-P3000IB features a detachable faceplate with a white on black one-line, 16-character LED display.
In addition to CDs, enjoy playback of MP3, WMA, AAC, and WAV audio files burned to CD, with ID3 tag support--title, artist, and album info will be scrolled across the display.
Always have your favorite stations at hand with six user presets per band.
Best Stations Memory
Setting your radio presets can be a real pain while you're driving--especially if you're in an unfamiliar area. So, let the tuner do the work for you by activating the Best Stations Memory (BSM) function. The tuner will seek out the six strongest stations in the area and set them into the tuner presets.
7-Way Rotary Commander
The 7-Way Rotary Commander is like a musical joystick: with one central dial, you can actually control 90% of the unit's functions and features. Scrolling through your MP3/WMA/AAC files and folders is now very easy. In addition, when controlling an iPod, the operation is easy to learn--it is similar in all respects to the actual iPod.
Use the built-in AUX input for connecting any portable digital player or other external auxiliary devices. For extra-convenient access, the DEH-P3000IB has this input on the front panel.
Full-Featured High Performance
The DEH-P3000IB is intelligently designed to expand your system, customize your experience, and provide superior sound quality and easy operation.
- Two RCA preouts for adding on external amps and speakers simplify system expansion.
- Two-Way Crossover with separate High and Low Pass settings
- Built-in MOSFET 50 W x 4 amplifier for excellent sound quality, minimal distortion and efficient power handling.
- Supertuner IIID advanced analog and digital processing assure superior imaging, less distortion and noise, and stronger, smoother broadcast signal reception.
A wireless remote is included for use while watching the road.
iPod Direct Connection (CD-I200 required)
Connect an iPod to the DEH-P3000IB using the optional CD-I200 direct control cable, and you can control menus, shuffle function, songs, podcasts, and audiobook chapters in the iPod through the headunit interface as quickly and easily as you would on the iPod itself. Don't worry about your iPod battery running low on power--this direct connection also recharges the unit during playback. In addition, Pioneer has developed the following new features to make using your iPod in the car extremely easy and convenient:
- Link Search--While listening to a specific artist, you can hold "List" button down and it will pop up folders containing that specific artist.
- Passenger Control Mode--Allows passenger to use the iPod directly to browse and select music, while connected to the headunit for playback.
- Random (Shuffle) Key--Physical Random Button on faceplate (Shuffle) makes it easy to hear something fresh.
Ready to Expand
The DEH-P3000IB gives you all the basics, but there's plenty of room to grow. In addition to the iPod Direct feature, it's compatible with Pioneer's Bluetooth adapter, USB adapter, XM and Sirius satellite radio tuners, CD changer, and more. Start out small and add more features as you need them.
What's in the Box
Pioneer DEH-P3000IB, remote control, sleeve, trim ring, wiring harness, installation hardware, operation manual, installation guide, warranty sheet
Top Customer Reviews
I would say whoever wrote their user manual should also be fired, since it's extremely confusing and hard to read. I still don't know how to change the clock on it.
Overall, it's a great upgrade. I miss my stock Honda one, but some of the buttons didn't work. Once you get the Pioneer deck installed, I suggest just using the included remote, as it's much easier.
I got this to replace a Sony that went bad about two days after the one-year warranty expired. So with this, I purchased (at Circuit City) the extended 4-year warranty for $30 for peace of mind. So of course, my opinion of this could change drastically if it goes bad, but Pioneer is a well respected brand so - fingers crossed - that won't happen.
I noticed some of the other reviewers complain about the user interface. Are they using the same stereo that I am?? I think the joystick is a great idea, the menus are all easy to work through, stations are easy to flip through. I love it. By the way, I always play MP3-CD's. It also has a connection to plug an mp3 player but I have not tried that feature.
1. there isn't separate channel equalization, that by 2008 should be mandatory. So I still have the same EQ on the rear speaker and on the front ones. Really bad.
2. the USB is available only if you buy a $100 kit... too much for USB option.
3. no RDS on radio stations (I had it back in Europe in 1995).
4. The knob/wheel isn't very intuitive and the interface is quite hard to use. The remote instead is quite good.
5. It sounds ok, could be better.
6. It does play CDs with AAC/iTunes well but the navigation isn't too intuitive. Many characters in the song names or artist names aren't available so they get replaced with annoying "?".
Overall, it is cheap but with today technology at that price you can offer USB, rear/fwd separate EQ, RDS and a better interface.
Other head units I have owned are Alpine, Clarion, Panasonic.
I would say that the Alpine comes closest, but is it really worth the extra money? no.
The menu settings can be a little tricky as people here have noted, but its easy to learn. Plus the sound quality justifies the complex menu system.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've had this in my truck for 2 years now and it's still working perfectly. A great stereo. It's hooked up to 4 speakers and my 2000w amp and 2 10" subs. Sounds Great.Published on November 23, 2013 by M. Beck
I need to first preface this: I bought this stereo used on Amazon.com because my previous stereo was stolen out of the car. Read morePublished on January 19, 2012 by Michael Wheeler
I bought this stereo 2 years ago. It works great. I had a 1100 watt amplifier hooked up to it for most of those two years. I have been super pleased with the stereo. Read morePublished on November 9, 2011 by cmbraithwaite
Excelent product, total control of iPod. Good sound, completely compatible with renault cars and steering wheel control. Easy to install and handlePublished on November 1, 2011 by Omar Garcia
This is an excelent "price vs features" pionner radio, i bought it because i wanted a full interaction between my radio and my iphone, despite it's designed for ipods, works... Read morePublished on March 30, 2011 by thesegadvd
I got this for my wife after her Sony started taking a nose dive towards the dumpster.
I installed it and started messing with the buttons and features. Read more
My mother bought this unit for her car. When I attempted to use it I was stunned. I almost need to stop the car and get up close to the unit to read the lettering. Read morePublished on December 18, 2009 by Steven J. Hederstedt