Pioneer unveils new range of touch-screen AV players

New Delhi, Jan 5 (IANS) Leading in-car entertainment systems company Pioneer India on Tuesday unveiled its new range of touch screen AV players and launched its latest touch screen head unit priced at Rs.29,990.

The head unit AVH-X5890BT features 17.8 cm wide touch screen with LED back light display, AUX input, USB port, smartphone apps compatibility, built-in Bluetooth, Siri Voice control (through Bluetooth) and comes with two year warranty, a company statement said.

“The company has been consistently focusing on Smartphone connectivity through its product range. The new Pioneer’s touchscreen head unit AVH-X5890BT will be your perfect travel companion as it makes driving enjoyable & convenient by connecting the mobile device with the car stereo,” said Gaurav Kulshrestha, manager-marketing and product planning, Pioneer India Electronics.

The latest touch screen head unit comes with Pioneer’s unique AppRadio mode technology which is compatible with both iPhone and Android phones. With AppRadio mode, compatible navigation and music apps can be viewed and controlled directly from AV player’s touch screen.

AVH-X5890BT not only makes connectivity easy but also helps to improve the listening experience. It supports FLAC files and uses Advanced Sound Retriever technology that improves the sound quality of compressed MP3 files.

It also has Time Alignment mechanism which estimates the delay of sound from each speaker to driver’s position and adjusts speaker’s output timing, so that the sound from all speakers reach the driver’s ears in perfect sync.

Other products launched by Pioneer India Electronics include AVH-X2890BT, AVH-189DVD, AVH-289BT and AVH-X1890DVD.

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