- Size (LWH): 8.85 inches, 9.87 inches, 4.41 inches
Pioneer DEH-33HD CD Receiver with HD Tuner Built-In and iPod/iPhone Control
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- Single-DIN HD Radio, AM/FM radio, CD, CD-R/RW, MP3/WMA/WAV, USB, iPod/iPhone receiver
- 4 x 50W MOSFET amplifier with 2 2V RCA preamp outputs for system expansion
- Detachable faceplate with Full Dot OEL display (160 x 48 pixels), two-line display
- Includes HD Radio with iTunes tagging, auxiliary input, USB port with direct iPod control
- Add SAT Radio and Bluetooth with Pioneer adapters
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With both an auxiliary and USB input on the front, Pioneer's DEH-33HD is a flexible player that lets you enjoy your music from a variety of sources. It is fully compatible with iPod and iPhone, allowing direct control via the CD tuner, and ready to play back your CDs and digital files. On top of that, it offers built-in HD Radio with iTunes tagging for later purchase. Still need more? Add Bluetooth or SAT Radio with Pioneer adapters.
HD Radio, iPod Connectivity, and More
Brilliant Dot OEL Display
Enjoy vibrant, exciting displays from the Full Dot OEL display (160 x 48 pixels) with 3-Line text capability.
USB and Auxiliary Inputs
Connect a USB thumb drive or other device for direct playback of MP3, WMA, or WAV audio files. It's a handy way to grab some tunes before you hit the road. A standard auxiliary input is also provided, so you can connect pretty much any MP3 player or other device for your enjoyment.
Enhanced iPod/iPhone Connectivity
Connect your iPod or iPhone to the USB port, and enjoy music playback and basic controls (track up/down, fast forward, rewind, pause, repeat, and shuffle). Connected iPods will also get a charge, so no worries about depleting your battery.
Tune into your favorite stations with Pioneer's Supertuner IIID technology, complete with 24 presets.
HD Radio Built-In
Enjoy radio broadcasts with crystal-clear, distortionless reception and the same fidelity as your digital music: FM stations with CD-quality sound, and AM stations with FM-quality sound. Plus you'll get HD features like multicasting and data services like display of artist/song info, all without any subscription fee.
Tag, Bag, and Buy
Have you ever heard a great song on the radio, but couldn't remember what it was called or who sang it when you went to go look for it later? Now you don't have to worry about missing out on great music. iTunes Tagging gives you the power to "tag" all of your favorite songs without having to scramble for a piece of scrap paper in the car, then later preview or purchase music at iTunes Music Store.
Advanced Sound Retriever
Hear the detail, warmth and clarity, the way the artist intended it, from all of your highly compressed MP3 and WMA files stored on your USB device, iPod and portable media players. By restoring data (especially higher frequencies) that tends to get lost in the digital compression process, Pioneer's Advanced Sound Retriever technology enhances audio reproduction nearly all the way up to 20 kHz frequencies.
Powered by Pioneer's MOSFET 50W x 4 amplifier, the DEH-33HD serves up serious performance with minimal distortion, for great sound regardless of the source. Three high-volt 4V RCA preouts will deliver clean, powerful signal to your power amplifiers, complete with high- and low-pass filters.
Room to Grow
The DEH-33HD is compatible with Pioneer SAT Radio and Bluetooth Adapters, so you can add either feature at a later date.
What's in the Box
Pioneer DEH-33HD Receiver, Remote Control With Battery, Wiring Harness, Installation Hardware, Documentation
Top Customer Reviews
The unit is very easy to use. Most of the navigation of the unit is done via the master control/volume knob via pressing it and then turning to the desired folder and pressing again to select, etc. Anytime you want to get back to the Home screen, you can press the Esc. button-you don't have to wait 30 seconds or so for it to return on its own.
If you want to preset stations, press and hold one of the preset channels for about 3-5 seconds.
Regarding the radio ,you can set this unit to pick up just HD stations, just analog, or both via the Blend option-this will automatically pick up whatever the strongest signal is, whether analog or digital.
If you want to play your IPod via the USB, just plug it in and select USB via the MC [master control]. You can also set the unit to control the IPOD exclusively via the unit itself or via the IPod, or both.
If you want to plug and play through the auxillary cable, select Auxillary via the MC, etc.
The color of the lighted buttons are red. The screen is a simple LCD type, no fancy quality lettering. You can set it to display the clock, station, song names, artist name, track number etc.
Finally, you have a variety of other options in the control of this unit such as song shuffle, pre-programmed equalizer settings, loudness control, sound quality enhancers, etc.
For the price, this unit meets my needs and is very comparable to more expensive units. I think it is a good buy.
My experience happened to be very disappointing.
I had it professionally installed at a nearby Best Buy. The next day I noticed weird rattling noise coming from stereo unit. At first I thought that that was installation issue. Week later I went beck to Best Buy and had them redo the installation. This time I personally made sure that the job was done right and that is no wires or parts that can make noise when a car is running. After reinstallation I was very upset to find that the noise was still there. Then to test where the noise is coming from I took the stereo out and found that the noise was gone. I shook the stereo unit itself and found that there is something loose inside that rattles.
I contacted Pioneer customer support and they send me to local authorized dealer for free repair. It took dealer 2 weeks of working on it to tell me that there is nothing wrong with the unit and that the rattling that I can hear it normal for the stereo. As an example they showed me different pioneer model and demonstrated it rattling noises.
The OUTCOME... it was too late to return it to Amazon. Pioneer's dealer said that everything was fine. I could not live with noisy stereo unit and took it apart myself. I removed CD deck out and installed stereo beck in my car. So now I still can play music via USB, AUX and Radio, but unit is no longer CD capable ;( It is not a big deal for me, but might be for some people. When I took closer look on to the CD deck mechanism I found that Pioneer has loose top ring that accepts CD by design and it was the part that was making the noise.
PROS: great features, sound, price point, ergonomics of the buttons
CONS: faulty CD deck design that will make rattling noise when driving (read the story above)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I like the unit, but it does not play MP3 as it says it does. I tried to play my Licensed MP3 songs and it would not play them.Published 1 month ago by Rick
I've had this in my truck now for 4-5yrs and I still love it. Great price for such a feature rich radio. I use HD radio a lot and love the remote control. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rodney A. Pruitt
Bought this for my truck with my iPod. Word of advice: not all people are nice, so if you plug in your iPod device to the front of this stereo, take it out or it will get ripped... Read morePublished on May 31, 2014 by KEVIN M YINGLING
For the price this radio is awesome. I love using the USB to plug in my iPod. The iPod charges while playing the music through the radio. Read morePublished on March 7, 2014 by Matt
It is a great sounding radio the CD's and record of your songs on a hard drive. but the regular radio channels did not play as good. Read morePublished on February 20, 2014 by Lynda Hruzek
i use the sound retriever on mode 2 and i can tell the difference. this was on of the reason i purchased pioneer. also, the menu if fairly simple once you get used to it. Read morePublished on June 19, 2013 by BoonTronics
I really like this radio. I upgraded from an older aftermarket CD player (also a Pioneer) for my 2000 Accord. This radio has all the main features you might want. USB? Check. Read morePublished on May 30, 2013 by Dan
considero que es un buen vendedor el producto esta en optimas condiciones y es un buen equipo de sonido tod0o es exelentePublished on February 25, 2013 by dervis