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Pioneer CD-BTB200 Bluetooth Wireless Adapter (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Designed to work with Pioneer "Bluetooth Adapter Ready" CD and DVD receivers
- Plugs directly into the stereo for an easy installation
- Make and take calls, use call waiting, talk, and hang up hands-free
- Bluetooth digital technology ensures crisp, static-free performance in the car
- Includes microphone and visor clip
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|Color||—||Rear camera not included||blue||Black|
|Item Dimensions||10.8 x 2.4 x 7.2 in||7 x 7.25 x 4 in||6.4 x 9.6 x 11.1 in||3.2 x 8 x 2.5 in|
|Style Name||—||Bluetooth||Double Din DVD Receiver with Bluetooth, Siri, Sirius XM, Android music support, and Pandora||With Micro B Connector|
Pioneer Cd-Btb200 Bluetooth Wireless Adapter
This CD-BTB200 is designed to work only with Pioneer "Bluetooth Adapter Ready" Navigation systems, AV Receivers and CD Players. Bluetooth Wireless Technology allows these Pioneer headunits to communicate automatically with and treat most compatible cellular phones as source devices within a given range. Simply set up a user ID, and you can make and take calls, use call waiting, talk, and hang up- all while your phone remains in your bag, purse or pocket.
Add Bluetooth capability to your compatible Pioneer receiver. Click to enlarge.
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Bluetooth wireless technology also allows you to place and receive calls. The included microphone eliminates the need for an additional hands-free kit installation. The result is the optimum in both convenience and driving safety.
Compatible with the following Pioneer models: AVIC-N5, AVH-P5100DVD, AVH-P4100DVD, AVH-P3100DVD, DEH-P5100UB, DEH-P510UB, DEH-P4100UB, DEH-P410UB, DEH-P3100UB, DEH-P310UB.
Also compatible with: AVIC-D3, AVIC-N4, AVH-P7800DVD, AVH-P6800DVD, AVH-P6000DVD, AVH-P5900DVD, AVH-P5000DVD, AVH-P4000DVD, DEH-P6900UB, DEH-P690UB, DEH-P6000UB, DEH-P600UB, DEH-P5900IB, DEH-P590IB, DEH-P5000IB, DEH-P500IB, DEH-P4900IB*, DEH-P490IB* DEH-P4000IB, DEH-P400IB, DEH-P3000IB.
In addition, the CD-BTB200 may be used with many Pioneer "IP-Bus" systems using External Control. Features and Operation are limited, however; consult the owner's manual for more details.
*Some functions may be limited using the CD-BTB200 with this model. See Owner's Manual for details.
Compatible Bluetooth Profiles
- GAP (Generic Access Profile)
- SDP (Service Discovery Protocol)
- HSP (Head Set Profile)
- HFP (Hands Free Profile)
- A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
- AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Profile)
- OPP (Object Push Profile)
What's in the Box
Pioneer CD-BTB200 Bluetooth Wireless Adapter, Wiring Harness, Microphone, Microphone Visor Clip, Installation Hardware, Owner's Manual
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(1.) Turn my key to ACC until the stereo powers up
(2.) Turn my vehicle on after step one is complete
(3.) Manually set my phone to pair with my stereo
(4.) Manually set my stereo to pair with my phone
I expected the stereo to connect to my phone automatically once set up and I didn't realize I'd have to start my vehicle a special way.
If this information would have been available before purchase I would have used my $200 in a much better way.
Once connected, all you have to do is pair your bluetooth mobile to the unit, and register it as a phone. you can register 5 mobile phones, 3 main registration, and 2 guest phones (it only auto-connect with registered phones). The difference between the main phones, and the guest ones, is that the main ones, can handle phone book entries. Phonebook entries are 500 (total), 300 for phone #1, 150 for phone #2, and 50 for phone #3. Phonebook entries, refers to names, and each name can have many numbers assigned. I have 260 entries, some with 5 numbers assigned, and are working fine. Reading the phonebook in my unit, is a little slow I think, as it takes bout 2 seconds for the 1st name name to appear, an then they begin to appear progressively.
Transferring the phonebook is easy, as far as YOUR MOBILE phone supports it. Some phones, allow you to transfer all contacts (one example is almost any SonyEricsson) others, allows you to transfer contacts one by one, and in some, it simply not posible, but that depends on the phone, not this unit.
As for the sound quality, is excellent. Almost anyone that I have called, noticed no difference between using the handsfree or using my mobile directly. You can adjust the volume, and it stays the same for phone mode, independently of other modes. Other audio ajustments are fixed.
When I receive a call, the radio automatically switch to phone mode (even if the unit is off), and the caller id is displayed on the screen, even with the name (if it is in the radio phonebook), and also gets back to the previous mode after you hangup (or reject) the call. With my head unit, is very difficult to dial a number, since it has no number keys on the front. You have to scroll number by number, although you can dial easily using the remote control (of the main unit) since it have all the numbers. I suppose it is easier on avic units.
I have read that this unit has some problems with Windows Mobile Smartphones, because some bluetooth limitations on the WM bluetooth, but it can be fixed with some 30 USD software I can't remember. I haven't tested this limitations since I don't have one available yet, but I advise WM Smartphone users to research a little.
-Excellent sound quality.
-Integrates well with bluetooth compatible Pioneer and Premier units.
-Can register 5 Mobile phones
-Separate phonebook for the 3 main ones.
-Each phonebook entry can have many numbers (I have tested a max. of 5)
-Can play (and control in some cases) Bluetooth compatible music players, as long as they support the A2DP profile
-Works on stand by, even if the main unit is off (as long as the car switch is on ACC or ON position)
-Lot of options.
-Phonebook a little slow to read the entries.
-Difficult to 'direct dial' a phone number on some units.
-?Compatibility issues with some smartphones?
I highly recomend this product, to anyone who has a Pioneer bluetooth compablible head unit and a bluetooth phone.
May 29 2015
It works as a handsfree device for talking only and can play bluetooth audio, that is it
Outdated bluetooth version with no way to update it. This module is so outdated for bluetooth that the functions they sale you on does not even work. the bule tooth version is almost 4 years old and with newer phones it won't even give you the abilty to see caller ID's or dial a number. Pioneer's web site states that your phone will work with it, but again this information is for phones that are over 4 years old and not the newer ones.
They are better bluetooth, handsfree items out there. Don't waste your money on this
This is a must have, especially if you spend a lot of time in your vehicle