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Pioneer AVH-W4400NEX In Dash Multimedia Receiver with 7" WVGA Clear Resistive Touchscreen Display
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- Wvga Resistive multipoint Motorized touchscreen
- Fully detachable faceplate
- Android Auto with wired or wireless connectivity
- Apple CarPlay with wired or wireless connectivity
- Wi-fi certified Miracast compatible for wireless mirroring
- Advanced Bluetooth capability
- Pioneer appradio mode+ (1-wire integration with most smartphones)
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|Color||2018 DVD Receiver||black||Black||—|
|Item Dimensions||6.50 x 7.00 x 3.86 inches||11.00 x 9.50 x 6.00 inches||10.80 x 9.60 x 5.30 inches||4.00 x 9.00 x 14.00 inches|
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The AVH-W4400NEX features built-in Wi-Fi wireless Connectivity specifically designed to support a cable free connection between your smartphone and the receiver. Supporting both Android Auto wireless and Apple Car Play via a wireless connection Plus Wi-Fi certified Miracast wireless mirroring for older devices, You No longer need to worry about taking your smartphone out of your bag or your pocket before you get into your car.
7” (6.94”) VGA clear resistive touch panel> detachable face security> built-in Wi-Fi> built-in advanced Bluetooth capability> built-in HD Radio with the HD Radio artist experience> Sirius ready featuring TuneMix, sports flash and traffic & weather now
Dual back up camera ready
iDatalink Maestro compatible> high-res FLAC file playback up to 192Khz/24 bit (output at 44Khz/16bit resolution> 13 Band Graphic equalizer with touch panel swipe setting and built-in high/low Pass Crossover with expanded adjustable crossover points and slopes> customized audio adjustments for the driver with Built-in auto EQ and auto time alignment> Pioneer’s advanced sound Retriever> optimized PCB layout for superior audio signal integrity, and audiophile-grade capacitors and other components tuned to produce truly premium audio
ability for users to play back Full HD videos stored on a USB and NTFS files stored on a compatible external hdd
Dual USB (rear)
SD card slot for media playback> USB quick Charge for Android devices (1.5 amp)
Dual-zone capability offers separate entertainment source for front and rear seat passengers> Hi-Volt RCA Preouts X3 (4V output) with standard mode (front/rear/subwoofer) or network mode (high/mid/low)
HDMI input> High power MOSFET 50W x 4
24-bit True color LCD panel, making it more responsive, with increased color depth for brighter colors and more Vibrant images.
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If you want wired android auto to work, you MUST BUY SEPARATELY the CDMU200 interface cable and plug it into the back of the head unit in USB 2 port, as port 1 ONLY WORKS WITH APPLE. You're not going to find any of this out unless you've done a lot of research online. Pioneer really disappointed me here. I'm not about to buy a new phone just to work around the false advertising, and if I have to buy another USB cord and that doesn't work, I'm sending the whole thing back. I've never had any piece of tech give me this big of a headache in the last 15 years, and this easily takes the cake. I've had to pull the head unit out literally a half dozen times already and STILL haven't gotten this POS to work.
After having the radio in the truck for a few months now, I'm reconsidering my original 5-star review based on two very irritating issues:
-The first, and most glaring issue, is literally that: Glare. It's terrible. On a sunny day, the screen gets completely washed out, and the only way to see the screen is to put your hand over it to block the glare, which is dangerous when driving. I tried an anti-glare protector by BoxWave, but it rendered the touchscreen unresponsive. Awesome.
-The other issue is that the radio will just randomly shut off entirely and go black when driving (firmware 1.01). And it is very random, with no apparent correlation to carplay vs radio vs no music, or when moving or stopped. This makes the issue very difficult to diagnose, and the only way to fix it is to turn the truck off and start it again. So yeah... that's not great.
I've sent a message to pioneer on the issues, but have yet to get a response. Overall, these latent 'features' has soured what was initially a great installation. I'm starting to wonder if any aftermarket radio is worth it for cars less than 10 years old; maybe getting an OEM upgrade is best, and although expensive, has a much better rate of actually working.
Original 5-star Review:
I purchased a JVC KW-M845BW on what I thought was a song on black friday, but had nothing but problems with it. The audio quality was poor, no HD radio support, no HDMI, no Miricast, no DVD or SD card, no wireless android or wireless carplay functionality, no included AVI 3.5mm input cable (which was proprietary), the list goes on. It was neigh unusable, and after several phone calls for support, firmware updates, and curse words, I did a bit more research, returned that piece of junk and ordered the Pioneer AVH-W4400NEX. What a difference!
I installed it with the F-150 idatalink panel kit and a maestro RR for the steering wheel compatibility as a Christmas gift for the lady (her truck) and it is totally flawless. The HD radio is brilliant, and the amp they use in this made the JVC receiver sound like a tin can. It also supports external amps if you have them. HDMI input is very useful for our wireless camera that we use in our horse trailer to check on them while towing (a $13 parking brake spoof thing worked on this) and the miricast is surprising useful as well. The screen also folds down to reveal a DVD drive and SD card slot to put music and files on, and you can even remove the screen completely if you want to discourage thievery.
This version, unlike the AVIC-64/8400 series, does not have a built-in GPS, so you must use Carplay/Android Auto. Which is probably the best navigation method anyway. Carplay set up practically by itself, and android auto looks great (it even synced to the time of day on it's own; nice touch).
It is important to note that only some android phones support wireless android auto; this is a limitation by Google, NOT Pioneer. As android phones get new versions, this may change, but sadly my Xperia only works in wired, which is no big deal to me, but ymmv.
I noticed a few negative reviews on this receiver due to a missing feature here and there (although my parking assist works great, and compared to HD Radio/youtube music/spotify, satellite radio is garbage) but for the price, I can say you won't find anything better!
I dropped off a star only due to the difficulty of install. I shouldn't say difficult, more just... complex. You have to use some sort of programmable module to interface all the features of this head with all the features of modern cars. Gone are the days of grabbing your soldering iron and a wiring diagram to install any deck. Now you need all that, plus a module, plus a PC, plus adapters, etc. I am a mechanical engineer and work a lot in automation. It took me about 3 hours and about $300 of extra equipment to get everything working right, but at the end of the day I got my factory camera, bluetooth, and steering wheel buttons all set up. Just be cautious that if your skills are lacking at all, you may need a pro.
I am not a big sound upgrader, so I can't comment on use with amps or aftermarket speakers. I will say this makes the infotainment system on our 2015 Passat better than anything you can get from the factory in any make of car.
My favorite feature is that it automatically connects to multiple phones, then you can easily toggle the one you want. It allows both my wife and me to be in my wife's car and and quickly pull up my phone on the stereo instead of hers.
All said, you will not be disappointed by this unit. It is not a bargain stereo, but it is worth the money. Even the additional install hardware doesn't make it overpriced.