Pioneer GEX-P10HD

HD Radio Tuner for use with "HD Radio Ready" Pioneer Headunits


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Compatible with the following Pioneer Head Units:

  • FH-P800BT, FH-P8000BT, DEH-P700BT, DEH-P7000BT, DEH-P600UB, DEH-P6000UB

Key Features:

  • Receives digital (HD: Hybrid Digital) AM/FM broadcasting
  • Compatible with external control capable head units equipped with IP-BUS connection
  • Compact design makes it easier for the GEX-P10HD to be stored in unseen locations
  • 1-year warranty

Product History:

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(newest, current model)
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(previous model, replaced by Pioneer GEX-P20HD)

HD Radio Tuner Specifications

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.

Type of Factory Radio Improvement Harness
This denotes whether the factory radio improvement module is an add-on tuner for an existing receiver, an FM stereo modulator, a plug-n-play installation harness, or if it is a portable module by itself.
Add-On Tuner Box
Connection Type
How the unit is connected to its source to send and receive information and data.

On some items such as wire or cables, this specifies how the cables connect to transfer the signals.

Manufacturer Specific Cable

Warranty and Return Policy

Parts Warranty Duration
Not warranted
Labor Warranty Duration
Not warranted
Warranty Provider

Summary of Customer Ratings & Reviews

Rating Distribution

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Average Attribution Rating


Levittown, NY

Very happy

March 22, 2009

This add on was easy to install on my AVIC-F700BT head unit and sounds great. No problems getting crisp, clear signals.

Only con is that not every station broadcasts in HD yet.

AVIC-F700BT/GEX-P10HD - head unit wont display frequency on preset page, so you have to remember which preset is which station, not a major inconvenience.

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Bloomington, IN

Does the job

February 16, 2010

Worked just fine when i was in range of radio stations that were broadcasting in HD. Unfortunately I don't live close enough to a big city to appreciate the crisp, clear, quality of HD radio

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Newport Beach, CA

Has the Features I Was Looking For...But Unnecessarily Confusing!

February 19, 2009

I did a lot of research before selecting this unit. I wanted a system that was telephone/bluetooth ready, was HD radio compatible (with an additional HD tuner), and also had an ipod hookup with full controls from the head unit. I also wanted a more subdued face layout (which I felt was more appropriate for an older, classic car). This unit fit those conditions.

Unfortunately, the unit is MADDENINGLY confusing. It is not intuitive at all. Most of the controls are done from one wheel that spins clockwise and counterclockwise, and also shifts right/left and north/south. Makes for a cleaner face (which I wanted), but it's just flat out confusing.

Since I don't drive the car that much, I have not spent all that much time listening to the radio, but the times I have, I would have to say I've been frustrated with the whole experience. Menus are not where you think they should be. Accessing even minor controls (like, treble increase, balance, etc) can be a pain. Another example: when my iPod is connected and stowed away, I have not even been able to figure out how to fast forward to the next song (!), let alone scroll through my various playlists on my iPod through the head unit. I tried syncing my phone to the head unit but could not get it to work. I did listen to HD radio which sounds a bit better than regular radio. Yay.

The manual is roughly the size of a book, and they don't even provide you a paper copy--it's that big and bulky. Rather, they give you a CD and you have to print however many pages it is. Even the guide is overly confusing.

I own many, many electronic devices, and I have never owned something less intuitive, to be honest. I would not recommend.

PS> I was not sure how to rate "Look/Design" has a clean face which is great ("Look"), but terrible access (menus, commands, etc.) to the unit's features ("Design").

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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.

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Pioneer GEX-P10HD

HD Radio Tuner for use with "HD Radio Ready" Pioneer Headunits


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