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Pioneer CD-UB100

Connect your USB device to select Pioneer CD receivers

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  • Don't have an iPod but want easy access to your MP3 collection? Not a problem! Pioneer's CD-UB100 connects directly to the backs of IP-Bus ready Pioneer CD players and includes a USB cable that is long enough to run to your glove box, center console, etc. to connect your USB thumb drive or any other USB storage device.
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Auxiliary Adapter Features

Wire / Cable Type
Wires and cables are made for different uses. This use that the wire or cable is made for.

Please make sure that the wire you are purchasing matches the intended use.

USB Cable
Compatible Brands
This is the manufacturer(s) that the item is compatible with. Unless it is universal, usually the item will only be compatible with the same manufacturer.

For example, a JVC Bluetooth adapter will only work with JVC units. A Pioneer iPod adapter will only work with Pioneer head units.

Pioneer
Cable Connection Port
This is how the cable connects to the aftermarket receiver. Some units use a USB connection, while other use the manufacturer specific port.
IP-BUS
Allows Audio Playback
This means that the connection cable will allow audio to be transferred from the iPod to the head unit.
Yes
Allows Video Playback
This means that the connection cable will allow video to be transferred from the iPod to the head unit.
No
Primary Color
This is the main color of the item.
Black

Warranty and Return Policy

Parts Warranty Duration
1 year
Labor Warranty Duration
1 year
Warranty Provider
Sonic Electronix

Summary of Customer Ratings & Reviews

Rating Distribution

5 Star
60%
4 Star
20%
3 Star
20%
2 Star
0%
1 Star
0%

Average Attribution Rating

Durability
4.7
Value
4.3
Features
4.0
Design
4.4
Usability
4.6

Peter

Germany

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Fast Delivery to Bavaria, Top CD-UB100

December 14, 2010

The CD-UB100 is same to handle like a CD-Changer. Easy, Quick, CD Text.

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perskakras

Murrieta, CA

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The Pioneer CD-UB100 USB adapter port for Pioneer Car Stereos

October 8, 2010

Well, so far so good! I have an older model Pioneer head unit that didn't have a built-in USB port, so I purchased the CD-UB100 to add for functionality. It works great with most flash drives (so far, I have put in 8gb). A few gripes, one of them is that it won't work with actual hard drives. I originally wanted to put a 500gb mini hard drive - but then again, it may be my head unit that won't recognize it. And besides, I think it would be way too difficult to navigate through thousands of albums of music. The other nuisance is that every once in awhile, I get a song or two that skips around or fails to play. I replay the song and it plays fine the 2nd time around confirming that it wasn't the file that was corrupted (or the song was a flawed rip). Once again, it may be the head unit causing the issue as well. Overall, I am very satisfied with the unit.

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Westfielder

Great Britain

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Great add-on for Pioneer head units

July 26, 2010

It's easy to install, on my head unit I get to see song name, artist, album, folder, time stamp Easy to scroll through songs - but annoying when you press the list button you start at the top of your folder tree. Allows me to carry and change podcasts and any music I like from my collection really easily in the car. Instant access to your songs and as expected the same sound quality as other sources. It's rugged and the connectors, especially the USB one which gets used a lot is still as tight as when it was new. Excellent value - I had it shipped to the UK and it was still a lot cheaper than buying here even taking import duty into account.

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gooodtime

tacoma wa

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my boyfriends birthday gift or at least part of it

July 8, 2010

he loves it and would recommend it to anyone all ages and most of all shopping at Sonic is the only place i would at least online they are professionals and it shows.

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Roger

Canada

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Pioneer CD-UB100

May 17, 2010

Excellent. Item worked exactly the way it should.

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bthojgaard

Denmark

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Pioneer CD-UB100

May 11, 2010

Nice gadget that works perfect. Just plug in and play. One thing is, that it does not show file names. Thats too bad, because it works really fine.

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Mariusz

New York

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Good solution, more music

March 29, 2010

I am using CD-UB100 for a long time and I am very satisfied with it. I am using flash drives and card reader with it, it works well.

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Steven

Virginia Beach, VA

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Not too shabby

January 3, 2010

Overall, this product accomplishes everything mentioned in the description, but there are a few flaws. This system will support USB devices such as USB thumb drives or USB hard drives up to 250GB (should be plenty for music). It will not support USB hubs. Also the display will only show the first 8 characters of whatever it is you choose to display. The text WILL scroll, however, not automatically. You must go into the menu and mess around with the controls to get the title to scroll, and it will only scroll that once. Other than that, this unit is great at playing a bulk amount of mp3's, but the text display flaw really takes the fun out of it. Also, depending on your system, you may notice the high end notes/frequencies of the songs are a bit higher, but is not something that particularly sticks out on my system without touching the tuning.

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Claudio

Palm Coast, Florida

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ub-100 in a pioneer Avic-D3

December 10, 2009

I really wanted to give this 3 stars, but if does what it say it does. This item is a great add-on if you do not have a USB in your head unit. The main reason why i got this was because my nav unit is also flawed by not giving you full use of the NaV controls unless the NaV disk is in. This plays all my mp3s flawlessly, my only gripe, like the rest before me, is the id tagging only has 8 characters. Some of my songs have the artist name in the song title so it will say for example Green Day on all the songs in that album. Also my nav unit was not in the list of compatible head units so I don't have all the features like folder name, just song names. But all in all i am some what happy with it it play my mp3s with out taking up my cd drive so yah.

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dresden_k

Canada

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Almost perfect

July 19, 2009

This product adds a lot of usability to the Pioneer line-up. I'm using it with a Pioneer DEH-P800PRS, and it's pretty good. What sucks: -the deck's menu for going through audio files is weak. You have to sequentially go through them all, and the titles aren't fully listed, just the first 8 or 10 characters, with no scrolling. At least, I haven't found that option yet. -I glued a card reader into my glove box and then connected it to this unit, hoping that I'd be able to use SDHC cards. It didn't work. I tried a different card reader, and it did work. So, other than the fact that I've got a non-functioning card reader glued to my glove box, the unit works. Make sure the product you're connecting to it also works. So far, USB keys/thumb drives have all worked. The Pioneer menu system for MP3's sucks though.

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Product Summary

Manufacturer

Model Number

CD-UB100

UPC

012562843797

Weight

2.00lbs

Internal SKU

cdub100

Internal Product ID

9030

Sonic Electronix Wiring Guide

Wiring Diagram Legend

Warning: The image depicted shows the resistance change when wiring multiple subwoofer terminals. Please refer to your subwoofer's owner's manual for the proper wiring of its terminals. Sonic Electronix, Inc. is not responsible for damage caused to your audio system or vehicle due to improper installation. Please call tech support at 1-877-289-7664 if you require additional assistance.

Product Name: Pioneer CD-UB100