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Pioneer In-Dash Double DIN Car Stereo Receiver with Bluetooth, FH-X700BT

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  • MIXTRAX & iPod Support
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 6 x 10 inches ; 3.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0091UW7F6
  • Item model number: FHX700BT
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,088 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,761 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 24, 2012

Product Description

Pioneer double din Bluetooth mixtrax iPod android iPhone

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I really like that the display and other lights can be changed to any color.
The Bluetooth works great for phone calls and sounds clear with music connected through Bluetooth.
Amazon Customer
The lighting on teh sterio is a bit bright at night in the car and can be dimmed very little.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

532 of 559 people found the following review helpful By Chris B. on October 5, 2012
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I ordered this head unit (HU) two days before going on a 10-hour road trip with my wife and kids. I have a 2005 Honda Odyssey Touring (without nav system) and my factory HU would skip on CDs a lot and didn't have bluetooth or any iPod interface - no way I was going to drive that long with just a couple CDs. So I got this HU, a Metra wiring harness, a PAC SOEM-4 converter (Honda Odyssey has the factory HU output to an amp in a funky way), a Metra antenna adapter, an Axxess steering wheel control adapter, and a Scoche double-DIN dash kit. End result - a big bundle of wires and adapters hanging off the back of the HU. And I'm happy to say there was plenty of room in the dash cavity to fit it all.

On to this HU. I literally got it hooked-up just before we threw our bags in the van and started driving. With no time to read the manual, I just started using it and it was actually quite easy to figure out. The menu for setting up options was straightforward (and the first thing I changed was the crazy light show - more on that later). Pairing it with my iPhone 4s was easy. My wife also paired it with her iPod Touch. I was playing music from my iPhone while also using it for GPS voice nav - no problem. Then we switched to my wife playing music while I was using my iPhone for nav - the HU would play her music and my iPhone would cut in for voice nav as-needed. Pretty slick.

I have a factory 7 speaker system - 4 speakers, 2 dash tweeters and a sub. Sound quality is as good as with my factory HU. I was really concerned I'd notice a difference, especially given the amount of junk that I had to wire between the factory harness and the HU harness, but no problems whatsoever.
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257 of 284 people found the following review helpful By sixstringking on February 28, 2013
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I finally decided to replace the OEM radio on my 2005 Scion tC. I've been putting it off for the longest time but I've finally given up using bluetooth headsets and wired earbuds. Just too cumbersome. I didn't want to spend a lot of money since I may get a new vehicle in a year or two and I really don't want the nav systems on most car stereos. I prefer using Google Maps/Navigation on my Android phone. I found this on Crutchfield.com to be honest but they sold it for more $$ so, I checked for a better deal and found it on Amazon.com. After about a week's use, here are my findings:

BT Phone Connectivity
Pro: Comes with microphone and easy to pair with my Android phone (Samsung E4GT). Phone book can be accessed through the stereo and you can set up 6 preset numbers that you call often. Calls are clear in low speeds.
Cons: This has probably something to do with my car's acoustics but in high speeds, the microphone isn't so clear.

BT Audio (A2DP)
Pro: You can connect your bluetooth enabled audio player that has A2DP support and stream music from the device to the radio.
Cons: It automatically starts playing any stored music on your device and can be annoying if you just want to use your phone's voice navigation. You have to stop the playback manually every time.

CD/CD-R/USB/AUX Port Playback
Pro: Music is clear once you have set the EQ, SLA, Loudness Level, SRT and Bass Boost (your preference).
Cons: Nothing to say here. Some people may be annoyed that they have to tune in to get the right sound but, to me that's normal.

Pro: Displays station data, Artist and Song Title that is playing if available. You get 24 FM presets and 6 AM presets.
Cons: Reception is a little weaker than the stock radio but not by much.
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38 of 40 people found the following review helpful By A. Wilson on May 7, 2013
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I purchased this unit because my husband got a new car, and I was jealous of all the new features, like an aux input and hands-free bluetooth phone calls! I was actually capable of installing this myself, and that was a first! I had to purchase a Metra dash kit and wiring harnesses for the installation.
My favorite feature is the bluetooth audio. I can stream Pandora or play mp3s from my phone, and I can use the buttons on the front of the stereo to change to the next track. The quality of the bluetooth connection is very clear, and I don't hear any fuzziness or static. Bluetooth phone calls are also nice, and I like the memory buttons where you can save numbers and speed dial.
There are only 2 things I don't like about this product. The left and right sides of the stereo are angled, so there are small gaps between them and the edge of the dash kit. So it doesn't look as nice as if it were flush.
Also, the illumination is too dim for bright sunlight and too bright and distracting for night. You are able to dim the lights by pressing and holding the dimmer button, but I didn't notice a huge difference in the two brightness levels. When the stereo was in direct sunlight, I had to change the color from Pink because I couldn't read anything. Changing it to White sort of helped, but it was still very dim.
It's a good stereo with a lot of great features. I've only had it installed for a few days, so I'm sure I still haven't learned all the features available on this stereo.
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223 of 257 people found the following review helpful By Beastin on October 24, 2012
This brand new unit out from Pioneer is awesome and does everything that I wanted my new stereo to do. Bluetooth streaming, hands free calling, front usb for ipod control, easy to use menu, and good sound. I didn't even have to read the menu to figure how to set up everything-it's extremely easy. Bluetooth is great and connects automatically when i enter the car so i can just leave my iphone in my pocket and play the music from it. The sound quality is definitely better through the usb port though. The whole unit is a little bright because of the light bars on the side but I think that's what makes the unit look really cool at night and unique. All the different colors for the display and keys are great so you can match anything. This unit does have a dimmer its just not automatic when you turn your headlights on...you have to hold the lower right button for about 3 seconds to activate the dimmer. Makes it a lot better for night driving if you choose a bright color like white. Also what is really nice is this unit has RDS(radio data system) so when you're on a FM channel it shows the artist name and song name right on the display if that station supports it(most do). Another cool thing is the MIXTRAX which makes a dance mix with all your songs, and if you want it to can give off a crazy light show that bounces to the music. For a unit that is much cheaper than all the other double dins I thought it would be lacking features, but that is the exact opposite..it has everything I want! I highly recommend.
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