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Pioneer Premier DEH-P690UB - Radio / CD / MP3 player - Full-DIN - in-dash - 50 Watts x 4

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  • Easily connect and control your iPod with the available Built-in iPod USB Control
  • Quickly connect your into the AUX Input, located on the rear of the unit
  • Built-in MOSFET 50W x 4 Amp
  • Continuous Power Output 22W x 4
  • EEQ (7-band Graphic) Equalizer
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight4.8 pounds
Item model numberP690UB
Chassis SizeFull-DIN
Equalizer Bands7 bands
Faceplate TypeDetachable
Warranty2 years warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB000N27LYS
Best Sellers Rank #268,069 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.3 pounds
Date First AvailableJanuary 29, 2007
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Pioneer
  • Model: P690UB
  • Faceplate Type: Detachable
  • Device Type: Radio / CD / MP3 player
  • Warranty: 2 years warranty

Product Description

The Premier DEH-P690UB is now the universal hub for a truly multi-media USB experience in the car. Using the Built-in USB Control, it opens the door for full audio control for your iPod, Windows Media Device Control and Mass Storage (USB Memory) accessory. Still want more? Easily connect and control your iPod with the available Built-in iPod USB Control! Or quickly connect your inno into the AUX Input, located on the rear of the unit.

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Great functionality and easy to use.
Paulo Medeiros
I really have enjoyed the USB input so that I can carry my music on a flash drive.
J. Carter
I mean, it's easy, but everything is in a menu.
Ivan Hernandez

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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Ivan Hernandez on March 16, 2007
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This review aplies to DEH-690UB and DEH-P6900UB since they are the same. the only diference, is a 2 year warranty and that the premier one, includes the ipod cable and extension, that, as far as i know is optional in the pioneer version.

I bought this unit, because i had an deh-p4800mp with an ipod adapter, and i wanted something easier to manage my 30 gb ipod photo. i new that i had to stay with the ipod adapter, since this unit can only manage an ipod nano or video (5th gen) using the integrated usb. I wanted to use some usb memory also. I installed the unit, and put my ipod to work. It's a lot faster than the previous one, and you can use it the same way you use your ipod (like the click wheel). is not as fast as i wanted, but is fast enough. The sound is excellent and you have a lot of options to tweak the sound the way you want. Then i had an idea, why not try my 40 Gb 2.5 usb hard drive with it? so, i formated it (Fat32) and put some music in it, and VOILA!! IT WORKS! it takes more than 30 seconds to read the entire disk, but then, it's really fast to search, and i mean fast. I will end selling the ipod adapter, and i think even the ipod. So, here are the pros an cons:

PROS:

- Can manage ipods, and the controls are similar to the click wheel.

- Can read USB devices

- Can even read USB hard drives

- Can read MP3, WMA, and even AAC

- Excellent sound and a lot of options for adjusting.

- Built in customizable 2 way crossover (Sub woofer and high pass)

- Can handle a small sub woofer without external amplifier

- Can read the entire ID3 Tags on ipods and usb.

- Scrolling with 3 lines of text.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By S. Smith on December 4, 2007
Pioneer Premier DEH-P690UB Review
PLEASE NOTE the 690 & 6900 are practically identical units
SUMMARY:
This deck has all the inputs you could want (USB, AUX, IP-BUS, RCA) and sounds great paired with my Polk db6500s. The bass is amazing and a sub is not necessary. It's not the easiest deck to figure out how to use and will most likely require some reading of the manual.

REVIEW / HISTORY:
I have spent many hours researching stereos online and trying them out in stores and finally decided on the Pioneer Premier DEH-P690UB. I've had my 2006 Subaru Outback Wagon almost 2 years now and I think this is the longest I've gone before adding an aftermarket stereo & speakers.
My first idea was to get an iPod or Zen, but I have concerns with the disposability of mp3 players due to how the battery is either irreplaceable or financially unfeasible to replace. From my research these batteries can possibly die within a couple years and no longer hold a charge. I felt this could potentially be more of a hassle then it's worth, although I enjoy playing with other people's players!
Then I got on a DVD kick. I was looking for an inexpensive (<$500) in-dash DVD player with or without a screen just to be used to play DVDs filled with mp3s. I still think this is a good idea, but I could not find one that had USB input and met my other requirements. Maybe this will become more commonplace in the future.
So then I was back to searching for a cd-deck. My USB requirement narrowed down the field quickly. Since USB handles data and AUX is purely audio, I honestly believe USB trumps AUX and is the key to having a system that will remain current for a long time.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By WA Yankee in TN on November 9, 2007
I just upgraded from a Pioneer DEH-P670MP, essentially this unit two generations ago. The face plate has been redesigned around the "multi-control," which will take a bit of getting used to, but not a problem so far. The rear AUX input may come in handy, and the 7-band equalizer is a definite improvement on the 3-band of the 670MP. I sort of prefer the manual drop-down face plate of the 670MP, but the motorized face of this unit is an enhancement.

Of course my main interest in this newer model was its ability to play compressed music files from USB devices instead of burned CDs, and I've been very pleased with that aspect of this deck so far. I don't own an iPod, but my Creative Zen Nano Plus (1 GB) fires right up through the USB cable and is quite responsive in the list-scrolling action -- you press the "list" button on the face plate and get a menu of folders (i.e. artist/album) on the screen, which you can then scroll through using the multi-control knob.

The bigger challenge, predictably, is to get a USB-powered hard drive to work. Most important, aside from making sure the drive is FAT formatted, is getting enough power to the drive at initial spin-up. Keeping the USB cable length as short as possible can help with that; I used an 24" USB extension instead of the much longer one supplied, and it's plenty long to reach into the glove box -- actually the perfect length.

I tried a 120 GB WD Passport, which spins at 5400 rpm -- without success. Using a Y-connector and a USB adapter in the lighter to draw extra power I got the "format read" process to begin, but still did not load the files. Finally, I brought my laptop out to the car and connected the Y-cable to that, figuring it might get more juice to the hard drive -- success!
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