|The Pioneer AVIC-X920BT functions as an AV receiver with DVD playback. This in-dash GPS navigation unit boasts a 6.1-inch widescreen display that enables you to see videos, maps and routes comfortably. This Pioneer GPS receiver displays the eco-graph i.e. the most fuel efficient route to your destination. The Pioneer AVIC-X920BT offers a Pioneer Music Sphere that easily lets you connect your iPod so that you can listen to your favorite songs while on the go. Share and receive songs with your friends as this in-dash GPS navigation unit is ‘Pandora Link’ compatible. This Pioneer GPS receiver offers Â‘Points-of-Interest feature that informs you about the nearest gas station, restaurant, parking lots or restaurant. Keep worry aside and make your journey enjoyable and safe with the Pioneer AVIC-X920BT.|
|UPC||0084938104245, 086753091717, 884938104241|
|User Interface||Touch Screen|
The Pioneer AVIC-X920BT supports Bluetooth hands-free calling and audio streaming, turn-by-turn GPS navigation, and extensively integrates with an iPhone to add support for Pandora Internet radio streaming and MusicSphere playlist creation; all with a very good voice command system to tie the functions together.
To use an iPod or iPhone with the X920BT you have to buy an additional adapter cable. If you want to get traffic data, you need to purchase and install an MSN Direct adapter; however, Microsoft is shutting the service off in January 2012.
Pioneer's AVIC-X920BT not only addresses the core needs of most people, but also it's software is expandable to bring Internet radio into the car, harnesses your media library, and can help you get where you're going as economically as possible.
Average review score based on 12 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
I have a 2006 Escalade ESV and needed to update my Nav system. A new CD from the dealer costs $800; so I invested in a Pioneer AVIC-X920BT. First of all, most of the fitment guides are not exactly accurate. If you’re handy with tools and have a little common sense, all you have to do is buy a $15 install kit and use a cutting wheel to remove some of the black plastic inside the radio compartment. Lastly, if you want better sound quality, get an amp, subwoofer, ground loop isolator and make sure you ground it well!
Lots of features
Easy to install
DVD quality is fantastic
Allows you to use keep steering wheel controls (interface sold seperately)
Various EQ options; all customizable
No “detour” function en route (should a road be closed off)
Slow to recalculate when you miss a turn
Requires a 5 ½” depth to comfortably mount stereo
Dimmer wire (orange) in my SUV doesn't work (I wired it to a headlamps)
This unit is an AV system first with navigation added on as a perk. The voice command navigation feature is a bit of a novelty item and has limited useability. Ultimately, you will have to look at the screen occasionally when navigating because turn-by-turn directions are not very detailed. This unit is a great choice for a full-featured audio/video entertainment system and a back-up navigation system in an SUV or van. This is not suited well to larger vehicles such as RVs or busses however, where completely hands-free and eyes-free navigation is desired.
Just had this new Pioneer unit installed. I replaced another AVIC D2 Pioneer system. I do like the new unit but there are a few things that I'm disappointed with when I compare this new unit to the old one I had. First the screen is noticeably smaller then the older one. Much more then I realized. I never saw it in person before I purchased it. Next the map graphics in comparison are not as vidid or clear. Also the map looks plain and not as much detail. I'm surprised that a unit at least 5 years newer would not be as good if not better in these things then the older one?
As far as the features so far i'm pretty happy. The bluetooth, ipod, and DVD features work great. I'm still learning more of the features.
At least I got almost half off the retail price so if in the future when they make a bigger screen model I could probably buy another.
DON'T BUY NEW PIONEER PRODUCTS ON EBAY BECAUSE IT VOIDS THE FACTORY WARRANTY!!!
I found this out the hard way. Go to Pioneer.com to find authorized online dealers if you want to save a buck.
BTW, this is a nice reciever and we are enjoying it. Just don't connect the VSS wire because it messes up the GPS accuracy really bad.
I decided to buy this product because me and my wife do a lot of traveling and it was easier than moving the GPS from car to car. This receiver is an excellent receiver if you dont want to spend over 1k for an in-dash navigation system. There are some minor things that I dont like about the GUI that Pioneer chose. For example, your favorites are shown on the right side of the screen. However, only 3 out of the 6 are shown. You can get all 6 shown but you have to navigate some screens. I have not tried the bluetooth or voice activation yet. I would highly recommend this for anyone who is always on the move and doesn't want to hassle with the standard Garmin/Tom Tom GPS.