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Customer Review Summary for Pioneer AVIC-X910BT
Average Customer Rating is 3.3 out of 5 stars:
3.3
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3.8
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3.5
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4.0
Design
4.3
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August 30, 2010 A Bit buggy
Review by
Cory from Anchorage, AK
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As a Factory replacement, the HU is a nice replacement. like others have said, the startup time varies and can get annoying on short trips. I'm using a 32 Gb thumb drive for media. The music selection can get cumbersome at times as it doesn't let you select letters of the artist's name for a faster selection. You've got to hit the down arrow 30 times to scroll from A to -. From there, you can't say you want to hear all CD's, you have to select just one, although the playback will include all the CD's under the artist. It's just a lot of back and forth if you don't remember which song was on what CD.
Navigation is pretty responsive, I have yet to be steered wrong from it. one thing I would suggest would be to SHUT THE NAV VOICE OFF! So annoying! The initial punching everything in to find a location takes some hunting around, and isn't the most user friendly.
The backup camera can be buggy at times too, once you start your vehicle, you've got about a 30 second gap of being able to see through your backup camera before the system either cuts it out and goes back to the splash screen, or you're stuck watching the backup camera instead of the splash screen for the next 3-5 minutes while you drive.
Bluetooth sounds fine from my end (Blackberry 8900) but people on the other end of the line hear themselves after speaking back to me.
Things I love about this H/U are the snappy response of the GPS, the 3 sets of pre-outs for seperate amps, USB playback ability, and the bluetooth contact list option.
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August 2, 2010 not worth full price
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pioneer from Florida
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I am glad I waited to purchase last year's model at a discounted price. The units "boot-up" time varies significantly, and once the unit is operable, a random source appears. Volume issues... Despite setting the units blutooth phone volume to its lowest setting, it is too loud! Therefore, I have no interest to download my contacts into the unit and use the bluetooth function. The volume for the navigation voice varies depending on the input source (radio vs. USB).
Once it is operable, the unit works well. The touch screen functions fine, as well as the navigation. I thought about having XM installed, but I cannot imagine how much slower the initial start-up would take. This unit is not worth the full price, and I am uncertain about purchasing a similar product in the future.
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