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Pioneer AVH-4000NEX 2-DIN Multimedia DVD Receiver

Pioneer AVH-4000NEX 2-DIN Multimedia DVD Receiver

Precio Reg. $ 700.00
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Pioneer AVH-4000NEX 2-DIN Multimedia DVD Receiver

Pioneer AVH-4000NEX 2-DIN Multimedia DVD Receiver
  • Enjoy Robust Multimedia Features with AppRadio
  • Mode Functionality for iPhone, Android
  • MirrorLink Compatible
  • Apple CarPlay (iPhone 5 or later, firmware update required)
  • Siri Eyes Free Compatible

Precio de lista: $ 700.00 Precio: $ 500.00

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  1. 108 of 111 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I’m in it for the features…, July 30, 2014

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    This review is from: Pioneer AVH-4000NEX 2-DIN Multimedia DVD Receiver (Electronics)

    The list of Pioneer HUs that will theoretically be updated this summer with CarPlay is short and pricey. The AVH-4000NEX is the least expensive, listing for $700 (whatever Amazon may claim) and it doesn’t come with navigation (you can add it on for another $250 or so). It’s what Pioneer identifies as their “flagship multimedia DVD receiver”, with a 7″ touchscreen, one HDMI port, two USB ports, a rear aux input, an SD slot and maybe some other random ports. The next one up the line – the AVIC-5000NEX – is only $50 more and it does have navigation, but the screen is smaller because the disc slot is exposed (it’s hidden behind the motorized screen on the 4000), it doesn’t have an HDMI connection and the face isn’t removable. Probably there are other differences that didn’t matter to me as much. After some internal debate I decided that with CarPlay I wouldn’t need the built-in nav – I would just use Maps – so the 4000 was my choice.
    I found what is apparently referred to as a “grey market” unit on Amazon for $550 and ordered it. It’s important to note that because the seller isn’t an authorized Pioneer dealer, it basically has no warranty. Of course you can always get a Squaretrade warranty (I think for around $85, but don’t hold me to that) and if memory serves, they’re good for three years, so if you like paying for peace of mind, you can go that route, save a good chunk off retail and add a couple of years to your protection. I spent about $300 on installation parts and accessories, then a weekend digging around in the guts of my dashboard and googling things like “stereo ignition wire location”, and by Monday I had a fully functioning “flagship multimedia DVD receiver”. I’ve been living and driving with the new stereo for a couple of weeks now, and this is what I found out:
    1. It’s awesome. I have virtually no basis for comparison, so my evaluation is possibly meaningless, but I’ve had no buyer’s remorse and no negative experiences. Nothing has made me feel like an idiot for spending $900 on an 8″ cube of electronics and I’ve had a steady stream of “how cool is this” moments.
    2. It takes about thirteen seconds to boot up. This is not very long at all (or anyway it doesn’t feel like very long to me), and the back-up camera will kick in before it’s completed the process if I throw it in reverse right away. The only time the thirteen seconds feel too long is when I’ve forgotten to remove the faceplate and and need to turn it back on solely for this purpose. You remove the face by pushing the eject button, which brings up a menu of options for controlling the motor. In this menu you can adjust the horizontal angle of the screen in small increments (to reduce glare – it’s very handy), insert a disc or SD card, or push the button to remove the face. The screen rotates to an angle that provides access to a mechanical switch on the bottom that physically separates it. This is the only way to remove the face, and the unit has to be powered on in order to accomplish it. So if you turn off your car and realize you forgot to remove the face, you have to turn it back on and wait for it to boot up before you can access what I think of as the “eject menu”, effectively sacrificing approximately seventeen seconds of your life. I only had to make this mistake a couple of times before I started consistently remembering to take it off before I turned off the car, but I’m easily conditioned through negative reinforcement – it might take some people a little longer.
    3. The HDMI cable – and necessary HDMI/lightning iPod adapter – are useless. When (if?) CarPlay is released, I believe these will become necessary, but until then, as far as I can tell, they are only good for mirroring my screen, and this isn’t useful. If I was using navigation on my phone, and really wanted to see the map on my HU instead of just hearing the directions through the speakers and glancing at my phone screen now and then, mirroring would be the way to go. I’ve not yet been that lost, but I guess it’s nice to know I have the option. For what it’s worth, the resolution on the mirroring isn’t that great, either – it looks a little fuzzy to me – but it does get the point across.
    4. In terms of connecting your iPhone/iPod, USB is the way to go. Bluetooth works well enough if for some reason you don’t feel like plugging your phone in, but the menu for navigating your music is far more efficient with the USB connection. The main menu offers folders for artists, albums, podcasts, and a bunch of other stuff, and it has alphabetical scrolling to the side, whereas the bluetooth menu opens to a single folder labeled…

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  2. 26 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    and desperately wanting something better for navigation using my phone, October 15, 2014
    NeedApple «Apple fan» (Boston MA) –

    This review is from: Pioneer AVH-4000NEX 2-DIN Multimedia DVD Receiver (Electronics)
    I after dealing with a very substandard Volkswagen Bluetooth System in my car, and desperately wanting something better for navigation using my phone, I picked this thing up. I don’t quite understand Pioneer’s logic to their pricing the different units within the NEX line. This unit – the 4000 seems to be exactly the same as the flasgship 8000 unit that costs twice as much – with the exception of built-in navigation and a capacitive screen (vs resistive). I guess built in navigation is a big deal to people, and I know that Pioneer’s implementation is very good, but I’m used using Apple maps and it works just great with Carplay. (The other units in the NEX line have weird variations like fixed screens and no HDMI for MORE money, which I do not understand. They include navi, which seems to be the major upsell factor here; the core electronics/CPU/screens and amps are the same in the whole 2014 NEX line). The thing is with CarPlay, if you have an iPhone 5 and up, you really don’t need Navi built in at all as the iPhone does it fine via Carplay so you can save some $$).

    The screen is somewhat low resolution, and I wish it was capacitive, but from the typical driving distance my eyes can’t tell the difference between it and a retina display. It doesn’t have the greatest contrast in the world, and in this day and age you’d think Pioneer would ante up for a better quality display that would cost maybe a few dollars more, but overall it is actually quite nice.

    This was not clear at all but all you need for Apple CarPlay, and to make calls with it, and to listen to music, and to see all your album art, and to use Siri via the included BT microphone, is to hook up a Lightning cable to USB port one. That’s it. Nothing else is required, and a USB extender cable is included which I routed to the glove box. You don’t even have to pair via Bluetooth if you don’t want to.

    Where it gets confusing is if you want to mirror your phone onto the display to watch videos and whatnot via HDMI (the Lighting connector itself won’t mirror video.) I’m not quite sure why you would want to do this, but if you do you, you need the Digital A/V HDMI adapter kit for lightning from Apple which happens to kill the USB connectivity for CarPlay. (The lightning port on the adapter is for power only) Just keep that mind.

    CarPlay is great. Siri is a little sluggish at times using it, but it’s totally usable, and you can even use it without Siri if you want (by pressing on screen buttons). I was pleased to see that you can switch back and forth to the Pioneer iPod mode if you want to see clear Album art (oddly CarPlay barely shows it in the background) and make equalization changes. If you want to listen to the radio, it will still play even with car play running.

    This unit sounds great, is loaded with functionality, will play any video file you really want to play, integrates a very, very nice car specific phone interface from Apple that will only be expanded and improved in time via software, and frankly is a pleasure to use even without car play. This is an extremely good product, and unless you need to use another system besides Apple maps for navigation, you don’t need to spend anymore on any of the higher units. This one has it all.

    (PS If you want to play audio from your phone such as from YouTube or Google Maps if you hate Apple Maps… you can still do it. Via BT or even CarPlay, which will play whatever audio is on the phone. So you can still use the audio from Google Maps or any other app if you want and still have CarPlay for phone, music, etc active on screen. It’s quite elegant actually. But the only ON SCREEN nav you will see is Apple maps with this unit.)


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  3. 24 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    CarPlay works as advertised, November 23, 2014
    J22 (Ft. Worth, TX United States) –

    This review is from: Pioneer AVH-4000NEX 2-DIN Multimedia DVD Receiver (Electronics)
    I had this unit installed by a local shop yesterday. So far I’m very pleased. Works great with iPhone6, with slight, occasional wonkiness which I assume will dealt with in future updates. Breathed new life into my Honda Element!
    great iPhone integration
    customizable screen & functions
    multiple inputs for sound, including USB, and SD card
    upgradable firmware will likely add new features, etc

    I’m having a hard time adjusting dimmer to make it lower at night…manual kinda sux
    slowish start up ~ 5 seconds, with warning that you have to click, asks for iPhone unlocking every time
    i can tell smudgy screen going to bug me


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