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Pioneer AVIC-X920BT 6.1-Inch In-Dash Double-Din Navigation A/V Receiver (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • AVIC-X920BT main unit, installation hardware, and user's manual.
  • Built-in Bluetooth,USB and iPod/iPhone connectivity,microSD card slot,and back-up camera input
  • 6.1-inch fixed widescreen TFT LCD touchscreen with 3D interface
  • AM/FM radio, DVD, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, CD, CD-R/RW, and MP3/WMA/AAC/DivX receiver with GPS navigation
  • 4 GB of Flash memory,6.1-inch WVGA touchscreen display,3D graphics accelerator, DVD playback
  • 6.1-inch fixed widescreen TFT LCD touchscreen with new 3D interface and customizable home menu
  • Easy-to-use navigation featuring turn-by-turn guidance, detailed maps, and voice-activated navigation
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Product Description

Product Description

Pioneer's double-DIN AVIC-X920BT features a 3D touch slide interface, Pioneer MusicSphere and ECO Graph. In addition, the AVIC-X920BT features a 4 GB of Flash memory, a large 6.1-inch WVGA touchscreen display, a 3D graphics accelerator, DVD playback, built-in Bluetooth for hands-free calling and music streaming, USB and iPod/iPhone connectivity, a microSD card slot, and back-up camera input.


Pioneer's double-DIN AVIC-X920BT integrates sophisticated navigation capabilities with groundbreaking features, including a revolutionary 3D touch slide interface, Pioneer MusicSphere and ECO Graph. In addition, the AVIC-X920BT features 4 GB of Flash memory, a large 6.1-inch WVGA touchscreen display, a 3D graphics accelerator, DVD playback, built-in Bluetooth for hands-free calling and music streaming, USB and iPod/iPhone connectivity, a microSD card slot, back-up camera input, and more.

A double-DIN navigation receiver with a wealth of groundbreaking features. Click to enlarge.

ECO Graph offers a visual representation of your vehicle's environmental impact.

Complete iPod control, including voice control and the unique new MusicSphere feature.

Access Pandora stations through your iPhone.

Enjoy All Kinds of Media
The AVIC-X920BT offers audio and video playback from the most popular formats. Whether you're enjoying DivX files on DVD, MP3 audio on SD card, or iTunes AAC files on CD, there are dozens of playback options for your favorite media.

You can also access your favorite Pandora stations through your iPhone.

Ditch the Headset with Built-in Bluetooth
Take incoming calls through the AVIC-X920BT and be heard clearly without a headset, courtesy of Bluetooth technology. Connecting your compatible phone is easy and gives you instant touchscreen access to your contacts. You can also dial a contact with the sound of your voice by simply saying, "Call Jack Smith."

Audio User Interface Revolution with 3D
A new user interface features dynamic shortcuts for all built-in or connected media sources, more prominent album art display (when applicable), and improved display of audio track data. The intuitive touch slide control is utilized for audio/video source selection and for searching through new media, such as iPod/iPhone content, with a new and improved ABC Search and dual-speed scroll for List Searches. 3D animation makes the user interface a completely new, easy-to-use, and intuitive in-car experience. The AVIC-X920BT also features a customizable home menu, which allows users to drag and drop up to 15 function icons into the home page display for easy one-touch access.

Pioneer's new MusicSphere for the AVIC-X920BT allows you to easily create instant playlists from the music in your iTunes library. MusicSphere uses an advanced plug-in that works with iTunes to intelligently construct playlists from your massive music collection by analyzing attributes such as feeling (bright, energetic, gloomy, relaxing calm), rhythm pattern, beats per minute (BPM), and more. Playlists are stored on your iPod or iPhone and accessed through the AVIC-X920BT's MusicSphere interface.

Navigation at Its Best
The AVIC-X920BT offers a comprehensive map database from Tele Atlas, covering the entire United States and Canada, enabling users to route to millions of destinations, including more than 12 million points of interest (POIs). Additionally, the unit features enhanced voice recognition, including the capability to input destination addresses by voice--you can simply input an address by voice or find a place to re-fuel by saying, "Find the nearest gas station" or "Find the nearest McDonalds," and so on.

ECO Features
For consumers, the system also features the second generation ECO Driving function with new features that provide driving status reports and the driver's impact on the environment with visual images on-screen. Through Pioneer's proprietary AVIC FEEDS PC software, the unit can estimate the fuel cost of trip routes as well as the vehicle's CO2 emissions through detailed Drive Reports. Through a proprietary fuel consumption algorithm, AVIC FEEDS can also log and archive driving data and analyze driving habits to generate various reports with suggestions to improve fuel efficiency.

ECO Graph
New to this generation of eco-conscious features, the ECO Graph feature provides a view in addition to 2D and 3D, which divides the map view screen with a new graph to provide drivers with a visual representation of their environmental impact. Additionally, when a route is set, the unit will calculate a Drive Score based on driving efficiency, which factors abrupt stops, accelerations, and idle time.

Your iPod (and iPhone) Will Thank You
On top of being an exceptional navigator, the AVIC-X series delivers an iPod experience that blows away FM transmitters or cassette adapters. Even at the first glance, you will fall in love with the easy-to-use touchscreen controls for your music and brilliant 6.1-inch display for your videos. Album art is also beautifully displayed.

With the optional cable (CD-IU230V) connected to your iPod, you will notice how easily you can find songs, videos, artists, or playlists with a few simple taps of your finger. The AVIC-X920BT also features voice-activated control of your iPod. Simply say the name of an artist, album, playlist, or genre to bring up the next song.

HD/SAT Radio Ready
The AVIC-X920BT gives you plenty of room to expand your broadcast options. With optional tuners, experience the vast channel selection of XM Sirius Satellite Radio and HD Radio.

What's in the Box
AVIC-X920BT main unit, installation hardware, and user's manual.

Product Information

Technical Details

Item Weight 6.8 pounds
Product Dimensions 11 x 10 x 9 inches
Item model number AVIC-X920BT
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes
Display Type LCD
Wireless Remote No

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3.0 out of 5 stars 60 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #486 in Electronics > Car Electronics > Car Video > In-Dash Navigation
#1,459 in Electronics > GPS & Navigation > Vehicle GPS
Shipping Weight 16.4 pounds
Date First Available January 6, 2010

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I've had this unit for a couple months now, and I'm not pleased at all with it.

- Plays DVDs
- Has iPod integration, and shows album art
- Backup camera integration is nice
- Can play streaming bluetooth (Slacker!) from phone
- Looks cool at first

- Horrible integration with Sirius. It just looks terrible. I've emailed support and they blamed the interface on Sirius. I've seen stock Chrysler products with Sirius built in that looked fantastic via touch screen, so I know this can't be true.
- Preset buttons are HUGE and generic. Not sure why they need to take up so much room that only 2 buttons are visible at one time. And why do they need to simply say "1" or "2"? Why can't you save the FM channel, or the Sirius channel on the button?
- Song/Artist display is sparse. There is a ton of real estate on the screen, yet they can only show one of artist/song/cd/station. Seems ridiculous that you have to hit a button to toggle between artist and song. And the field is pretty long, yet no matter how short the song or artist is, it scrolls from the right to left for everything, which is dumb and annoying.
- Navigation directions are pretty bad. I took a trip from Michigan to DC and used the navigation on this, as well as on my Droid phone (Google Maps), to compare the two. The x920 navigation was pretty bad... had me getting off on a side street in downtown Detroit, only to turn around and get back on the freeway. Many other head-scratching directions.
- The biggest con of all is the bluetooth phone integration. It is completely unusable. Every time I try to use it, the person I'm calling says everything is repeated multiple times and just sounds terrible.
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Had this installed for one day. So far, so good. Replaced an Avic 900BT. I like the new menu interface. Flicking & scrolling using the fingers. Mostly used in the Ipod, FM/AM, XM screens.

The navigation screen may take some getting used to. The maps don't look as sharp. Seems a wee bit fuzzy around the edges of objects on the map whether in 2D or 3D mood.

You will need the current Ipod (new) cable to get this unit to work with your Ipod. Also it's now using a micro SD card. The sound quality is an improvement. Imaging is sharper/cleaner. I do feel that the manufacturer skimped about 64MB on the RAM. With these newer units going back about 3-4 years they're beginning to behave more like a computer (what with boot-up times & being able to update firmware/wallpaper via SD card) so when they skimp on the RAM it really affects the overall minute to minute usability of the unit. Thankfully with this unit you don't notice it as much but a bit more memory would have helped.

The Ipod interface is really nice & has a 3D look to the menus. Same when in the XM/FM/AM radio menus. Touching names/items causes them to slide, flip & rotate to reveal additional choices. Very neat. I still like the way that Pioneer has been programing these units in the sense that if you're driving & you touch a menu feature it doesn't automatically time out & revert back to the original or home screen if you take too long to make a choice. Had a few Clarion units few years back that used to drive me crazy with this feature. Ohh, video off Ipod works as well.

Will be purchasing a micro SD card so I can change the boot up picture from the Pioneer logo to an image of my choosing. Kinda sucks having to purchase a micro SD card for basically a one time use, but. . . . . .
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For the new flagship from Pioneer, I'm very disappointed in the navigation. The deck has great sound quality, and great iPod integration, complete with album art and the ability to quickly browse artists or songs, even with 6000 plus songs on your iPod. The NAV system is useless and a real disappointment. A 2 year old $100 Garmin stand alone GPS performs light years ahead of this. I actually just came back from a 3 state road trip using both a $100 Garmin and this Pioneer. Four times on the trip, the Garmin said turn left, and the Pioneer said "turn right". The Garmin was correct with the short and faster path all 4 times. Every trip I've used the Pioneer with has the estimated arrival time about two hours later than actual arrival time, and it doesn't adjust until the final few miles of the trip. Completely inaccurate, bad directions, no speedometer. I could go on, but suffice it to say it's BAD BAD BAD. I'll probably be selling this one on eBay when someone finally comes out with a good iPOD interface AND good nav systems.
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First off, pandora link and the musicsphere app are not out yet as of this writing. So I couldn't test those features.

Fast boot up around 8 seconds.
Excellent button response, there is no lag what so ever.
Great use of screen size showing good information for ipod, album art, play time etc.
3d transition effects are very neat and adds to the wow factor.
FM tuner shows all the over the air data information when provided (station name, song playing etc)
Very good physical button layout
Navigation works ok very good on details and voice guidance is good. Has a lot of options.
Enter address by voice, search by poi name like "find the nearest starbucks".
Search for artist, album etc using voice commands, works well.
Great pairing with iphone, when listening to voice mails, an indicator on the stereo screen says "voicmaiil" and will disconnect when finished automatically.
Clear voice quailty on bluetooth hands free
Dial phone by voice and call using phone books names, (no need for phone book transfer its all done in the back round automatically)
Supports stereo bluetooth
Plays DVD's and Video from ipod/iphone.
Supports micro SD
Love the layout buttons, and ability to custom the menu screen with icons, for frequently used options.
MP3 dvd's work grat, and show all good information
I love the ability to drag the song lists up/down to view it instead of the button taps, all part of the 3d interface.

Where is the pandora link app so I can use it with my iphone (get the song information album art etc)? Month in my car, still no sign of it, or word.
Where is the musicsphere app? It's missing in action.
Dated look on map details like water, grass, street look etc.
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