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Pioneer AVH-X4700BS DVD Receiver with 7″ Motorized Display, Bluetooth, Siri Eyes Free, SiriusXM-Ready, Android Music Support, and Pandora (AVHX4700BS)

Pioneer AVH-X4700BS DVD Receiver with 7″ Motorized Display, Bluetooth, Siri Eyes Free, SiriusXM-Ready, Android Music Support, and Pandora (AVHX4700BS)


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Pioneer AVH-X4700BS DVD Receiver with 7" Motorized Display, Bluetooth, Siri Eyes Free, SiriusXM-Ready, Android Music Support, and Pandora (AVHX4700BS)

Pioneer AVH-X4700BS DVD Receiver with 7
  • Content Browsing Support via Bluetooth
  • Bluetooth Wideband Speech
  • MirrorLink Ready
Pioneer DDIN/7"SCREEN/DVD/BT/SIRIUS/1C

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Boss Audio BV7320 - In-dash DVD/CD/MP3 Compatible AM/FM Receiver Featuring A 3.2" Widescreen Digital TFT Monitor

Boss Audio BV7320 - In-dash DVD/CD/MP3 Compatible AM/FM Receiver Featuring A 3.2
  • Chassis Mounting: Single DIN
  • Detachable Front Panel
  • Screen Size: 3.2"" Widescreen
  • Flipdown Front Panel
  • Monitor Display Format: Digital TFT Display
  • Resolution: 960 x 240 Pixels
  • Brightness: 600
  • TV System Compatible: NTSC, PAL
  • On Screen Display Menu
  • PLL Synthesized AM/FM Tuner
  • AM Stations: 12
  • FM Stations: 18
  • 30 Stations Preset
  • Switchable Radio Regions: USA, EUROPE
  • ID3-Tag
  • Disk Player Mechanism: DVD
  • Disc Player Compatible: DVD, DVDR, DVDRW, VCD, SVCD, MP4, MP3, CD, CDR, CDRW, WMA
  • USB Input: FULL SIZE Front panel
  • SD/MMC Memory Card Port Input: Behind Panel
  • A/V Input: Front panel
  • Rear View Camera RCA Input
  • Video RCA Output: 2
  • Audio RCA Output: 4
  • Subwoofer RCA Output: 1
  • Illumination Controls
  • Preset Equalizer Selection Switch
  • Separate Bass and Treble Adjustment Control
  • Balance and Fader Adjustment Control
  • Mute
  • Local Distance Switch
  • Loudness
  • Digital Clock Display
  • Auto Memory Store/Preset Scan Button
  • Last Position Memory
  • ESP (Anti Skip Mechanism)
  • 1-bit D/a Convertor
  • 8x Oversampling
  • Remote Control
  • Speaker Outputs Channels: 4
  • Total Output Power: 320 Watts
  • Mounting Depth: 6.5""
  • Dimensions (H x L x W): 2.13"" x 7"" x 7.25""
  • A/V Input: Yes
  • AM/FM radio, DVD, SVCD, VCD, CD, CD-R/RW, WMA/MP4/MP3 receiver
  • 4 x 80 Watts maximum power with front/rear, subwoofer preamp outputs
  • 3.2-inch TFT LCD display with 1440 x 234 pixel resolution
  • Includes front panel auxiliary input, USB port, SD card slot, wireless remote
  • One-year limited warranty
The detachable face plate with a hard cover carrying case so you can take it with you.
View larger Switchable US & Europe Tuner Frequencies The BV7320 picks up U.S. frequencies and also has the capability to pick up European frequencies. Output Power: 80 Watts x 4 Channels The BV7320 offers 4 channels that can be used to hook up 4 speakers. PLAYBACK DVDR/RW VideoCDRW Audio & VideoMP3 / WMA
View larger Compatible With Audio Output of Smartphones and MP3 Players You can connect a device that has an Audio/Video output, such as smartphones and MP3 players, straight into the A/V input of your head unit. Any device with a cable that has (2) 3.5mm A/V (male) plugs. Important: Please be aware that this feature is not the same as the

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  1. 4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Looks great in Mustang, December 30, 2014
    By 
    Rachel

    This review is from: Pioneer AVH-X4700BS DVD Receiver with 7″ Motorized Display, Bluetooth, Siri Eyes Free, SiriusXM-Ready, Android Music Support, and Pandora (AVHX4700BS) (Electronics)
    It looks beautiful got mines installed toda fun unit. Easy controlling and works well with android. The sound is superb in my 2006 mustang with shaker 500. It looks super long and graphics and video show up nice.

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  2. 3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great head unit!, December 23, 2014
    By 
    Consumer X (Fayetteville, NC) –

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    This review is from: Pioneer AVH-X4700BS DVD Receiver with 7″ Motorized Display, Bluetooth, Siri Eyes Free, SiriusXM-Ready, Android Music Support, and Pandora (AVHX4700BS) (Electronics)
    Great new addition to my 2014 Tahoe!

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  3. 0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I installed it in a 2011 Chevy Tahoe and it looks really good., February 15, 2015
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    This review is from: Pioneer AVH-X4700BS DVD Receiver with 7″ Motorized Display, Bluetooth, Siri Eyes Free, SiriusXM-Ready, Android Music Support, and Pandora (AVHX4700BS) (Electronics)
    I looked at a lot of head units before I bought this one.I installed it in a 2011 Chevy Tahoe and it looks really good.

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  4. 106 of 112 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Pretty good little unit, April 7, 2012
    By 
    D. Benedict (Dayton, Ohio) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Boss Audio BV7320 – In-dash DVD/CD/MP3 Compatible AM/FM Receiver Featuring A 3.2″ Widescreen Digital TFT Monitor (Electronics)

    OK, I have been living with this thing for a couple months and I am ready to give it the full review top to
    bottom! I’ll cover the packaging, installation, initial impressions, what works well, what doesn’t,
    predicted reliability and any tips or tricks that I have learned.

    Let’s start with the packaging, nothing fancy and if I recall it comes with the metal sleeve, a
    couple of ‘keys’ to remove the radio from the sleeve, a short metal strap to mount it and two wiring
    harnesses that plug into the back of the radio. One harness is for power, ground, remote turn on, etc. and
    the other is the speaker outputs. Directly connected to the back of the radio (no harness) are all the
    inputs and outputs. It also has a manual, the exact same one you can get from the bossaudio web site. Upon
    unboxing I looked over the radio and you can tell the Quality Control is not really A+. It works fine and was
    not broken in any way but the back side of the screen had a smudge on it and the corner of the front bezel
    still had plastic ‘flashing’ sticking out a little bit. Not a highly polished product that is for sure but I
    am not going to be super picky at this price.

    Next, installation was fairly easy with this unit. You can wire both wiring harnesses before you put
    the radio in since they are modular, leave enough slack to plug them into the radio, plug in the RCAs then
    you slide the radio into the sleeve in whatever opening you put it in. Perhaps this is me but there are two
    stages of insertion of the radio into the sleeve. The first stage ‘clicks’ once you get it in a certain
    amount. If you push it in really snug it will click into the two small holes right near the front of the
    radio on the sides. I was not able to get it to click into the tighter set of holes and also get the
    faceplate and trim frame onto the radio. I had to slide it in the first set of holes which leaves about a 1
    to 2mm gap between the radio and the sleeve, which looks a little cheesy from the side if you look closely.
    The silver metal sleeve really is noticable in that little gap. I painted my metal sleeve black since it
    bothered me.

    My impressions and observations about this unit have come over the last couple months. The features
    that I have used have been AM and FM radio, front USB, SD Card, picture viewing, mp4 playback, DVD playback,
    front RCA out, internal amp, and subwoofer out. I’ll go over each one by one.

    AM Radio: reception is pretty good and sound quality is nice. One problem that I have had is that
    when I go over bumps sometimes the AM (FM also but not as bad) radio will sound like the reception is
    dropping. I don’t know if the electronics for the radio are in the detachable panel but if I shift the front
    panel around and tap it lightly it tends to go away. It seems the worst on cold mornings. Not a big deal
    now that I know what it is but if you don’t know it almost sounds like you wired something incorrectly. I
    wonder if the front panel is just a little flimsy which causes this problem. I would suggest not removing
    the detachable front panel. I used to do it a lot when I first got it (paranoid I guess!) and I wonder if
    that caused stress on the front panel.

    FM Radio: again, reception is pretty good and the number of presets is nice (18). THe LOC function,
    like just about every other radio I have ever had, doesn’t seem to do a darn thing. What’s nice about the
    radio is that if you press “clock” you can read the time quite clearly. The same cannot be said in the other
    modes.

    Front USB: pretty much functions like the SD card. Plug it in and it will read your files and start
    playing. If you leave it in the next time you turn it on it will start at the same place you left off which
    is nice. SD card does the same thing.

    Picture viewing: Not much to see here. Maybe a nice feature if you want to show someone something or
    look at a slideshow. Just jpg I think is compatible. Big (3GB or more) pictures do take a while to render.
    It would be nice if you could make a picture your wallpaper but I do not think you can.

    MP4 playback. OK, I wish more info were published about this but I can say that you can’t go wrong
    if your video file is encoded with Xvid for video and mp3 as audio. The manual doesn’t say what kind of .mp4
    files work but I suspect only divx/xvid. I can say that I have not had a single .mp4/x264 video play. I
    don’t think it has the horsepower anyway. The framerate can be pretty much anything 25/30 fps but it did
    start to choke on 50/60 fps video. Not sure the max bitrate but I used up to 2400kbps and it played fine.
    Just make sure your largest dimension is at least 640 on the width or 480 on the height. You…

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  5. 87 of 101 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    A Bad Gamble, 50% Restocking Fee, January 26, 2013
    By 
    Brawndo

    After reading some of the reviews and seeing the sheer number of people who bought this stereo I decided to take a chance on it. My requirements are very basic, I just wanted a car stereo that can play from SD Card and USB. I decided on this one because I figured a high-res screen would make it easier to browse through all the folders of MP3s on the SD card. A lot of similarly inexpensive units have the basic 8-character display which I know from past experience is just not cutting it when you want to see the name of the song playing or the folder it’s in, let alone being able to browse through folders effectively.

    What I found after a week of using this product is that even with my basic expectations it just has too many fatal and disappointing flaws. One or two annoyances I could live with but after a week I was ready to return it, even given the hassle and expense. Unfortunately amazon has a 50% restocking fee for opened items on top of paying for return shipping. I would have maybe gotten $30 or $40 back which is pointless, I’m sure I could get more just selling it used. I am writing this review in the hopes that it will save other buyers the hassle, cost and disappointment that comes with this stereo.

    Here are the main flaws that make what should have been a great stereo into a tragic waste of time and money:

    * The display is next to useless. It has an incredible resolution for its size and price but all of those pixels are wasted because of poor software design. The text is white on light blue in an extremely tiny font, it can’t be read at all unless you get your face right down to within a few inches of it. It is 100% impossible to read anything on the display while driving, I’ve even tried leaning down (very dangerously) and still wasn’t able to read it.

    * Even if you could see the text, all file and folder names are truncated to 6 characters so if you’re listening to, for example, a song called “06 – All That We Perceive.mp3” in a folder called “Thievery Corporation – The Richest Man in Babylon”, what you will see on screen is that your song is called “06 – A~1” and the folder is called “THIEVE~1”. Not that it really matters because the text is impossible to read while driving anyway.

    * The display is blindingly bright at night. Not a little bit bright, REALLY REALLY BRIGHT. Bright enough that just trying to ignore it is not even an option. There is no way to turn it down. Your only option is to flip open the detachable face, which means that you can no longer adjust volume, skip a song, or use any other controls. I had no idea how often I tend to make little volume adjustments and skip songs until faced with this inconvenience.

    * Just to make it that much worse, if you do try to flip the faceplate back into place to adjust the volume or hit skip, it takes a few seconds for the controls to become active. A few seconds may not sound like a long time but in this context it seems like an eternity. Forget ever being able to drive around and enjoy your music without having this thing testing your patience. Turning it on also takes a long time.

    * As other reviews mentioned this stereo makes loud clicking noises in your speakers for no particular reason. I saw that other reviewers mentioned this and figured they must have installed it incorrectly and were getting alternator interference. Nope, this stereo just sends clicks down the wire and there is nothing you can do to stop it.

    * The buttons do not respond unless pushed very hard. You pretty much have to be pushing the entire faceplate into the deck before a button responds. Again it sounds like a minor thing but its hugely annoying.

    * I thought it was weird that other reviewers said the Random feature wasn’t really random but after using it I see exactly what they mean. It tends to favor certain songs over others. I’ve had it play the same song twice with only 1 other song in between, and it’s played that same song a disproportionately large number of times over the last week.

    * As another viewer mentioned the “Aux” port (the small hole where you would typically plug in your iPod, cell phone or other device to play music through) only works if you are using an audio-video plug. It looks similar to the iPod plug but is different and thus you will only get music playing out of the left speaker if you try to connect an audio device through it.

    UPDATE
    I ended up selling off the the Boss stereo on craiglist, and instead buying this one:

    B0091UZCPI

    I don’t even miss the LCD screen and this one looks a million times better in my car, especially at night. It’s clear that Pioneer knows how to design a great stereo that is functional and fun to use, whereas Boss is…

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  6. 44 of 54 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome!!, April 26, 2010
    By 
    Anthony S. Cruz “AC” (USA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Boss Audio BV7320 – In-dash DVD/CD/MP3 Compatible AM/FM Receiver Featuring A 3.2″ Widescreen Digital TFT Monitor (Electronics)
    I purchased this radio for my 1991 Ford Explorer. I will admit a was a little iffy about this radio but so far it has worked perfectly. The radio works fine its very easy to install and the cd/dvd player works great. To make the dvd player work you have to plug the parking brake green wire to the parking break system but if your like myself you have no idea what that is. I just went online and searched for a bypass for boss radio parking brake wire and it simply told me the answer, went outside and tried it worked great. 🙂 So thankful for technology and blogs! Other then that one thing that bugged me is the when you turn up the radio there is a clicking noise which is quite loud. If you like myself I hate the clicking noise, but you get used to it. The screen for movies is very good quality! When you plug in the ipod through USB it syncs with the deck but the letters are very small, its a little difficult to read but if your like myself once again I just go through the folders not knowing whats going to play and just listen to what song comes on. Its kinda fun 🙂 Overall radio works perfectly have had no problems and would definitely suggest this to anyone, you definitely get more for your money!

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