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¹Smartphone sold separately.
²Do not use the built-in cradle if your smartphone would cover, obscure or block indicators (lamps) relating to vehicle system status and operation, such as Passenger Air Bag, Air Bag Malfunction, Anti-lock Braking System and Electronic Stability Control (ESC). Use an appropriate alternate mounting device to secure the smartphone in a location that does not block indicators, controls or vents, violate the law, or cause a hazard.
³The SPH-10BT is designed to be used only with the Pioneer Smart Sync app on a smartphone mounted securely, safely, and legally within your vehicle. Any other use of the smartphone while driving may be dangerous and violate the law.
Pioneer Smart Sync is a highly evolved technology that links your smartphone to Pioneer car audio and entertainment systems. By utilizing more of your smartphone’s features, it expands, evolves and furthers the enjoyment of every moment you spend in your car. With the Pioneer Smart Sync app, you can bring your smartphone’s maps, messages, and music together in the car. To learn more about the Pioneer Smart Sync app, visit www.pioneer-carglobal.com/pss.
Download the Pioneer Smart Sync app from the App Store® and Google Play®.
Get obstacle detection on your smartphone display when used in conjunction with the ND-PS1 Rear Parking Sensors (sold separately, requires professional installation) and the Pioneer Smart Sync App.
Stay safe and obey local hands-free laws with built-in Bluetooth (HFP). Easily pair a Bluetooth enabled phone to the SPH-10BT without having to go through complicated settings. When a registered Bluetooth device is in proximity to the receiver, the auto connection function automatically pairs the two units.
From hands-free calling, wireless audio streaming (A2DP) with artist, album, and song search*, simple pairing, and control audio (AVRCP profile), Bluetooth® wireless technology has made life in the vehicle much more convenient.
The SPH-10BT with Bluetooth also includes superior call quality reception using Wideband Speech Handsfree Profile 1.6. Wideband Speech nearly doubles the bandwidth of frequencies of a normal Bluetooth call (when compared to calls without Wideband Speech)**.
Other features include the ability to browse music libraries on smartphones wirelessly.
*Search functions vary by phone.
**Call quality depends on the wireless provider’s support of HFP 1.6.
Access music on your smartphone directly from the Pioneer receiver. Search for Artist, Albums, and Songs using Pioneer’s intuitive interface. With Pioneer receivers you can also access and control select music and radio apps on your smartphone.
Users of devices running Android OS version 4.0 or later can connect to the SPH-10BT and listen to music stored on the device without the need for an app. The process is made possible using Media Transfer Protocol (MTP), which allows the receiver to recognize the Android smartphone as a music storage device. Operate basic functions like FF, REW, Play, Pause, Random Play, and Repeat and view Metadata information such as track, artist, and album name.
Pioneer’s SPH-10BT is ready to roll with direct connectivity to your iPhone** for music and video via USB. Song, artist, time and album information are beautifully displayed on the 6.2″ touchscreen. The system’s wired USB connection provides direct digital signal transfer from the device for clean, clear sound while providing 1.5 amp of current to keep your iPod/iPhone charged.
** Requires iPhone 5 or newer. Compatibility with unit and operations may vary depending on the iOS version.
FLAC compatible Pioneer Car Stereo Receivers upgrade in-car audio with amazing sound reproduction. FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec) files are 50-50% smaller than WAV files, yet retain the integrity of the original sound sources. FLAC playback is possible at up to 44.1khz sampling frequency and 16-bit bitrate for files stored on a USB thumb drive.
Caution: Read the operation manual as well as all instructions and cautions before use. Pay attention to the road, limit glances to the device, and do not use any feature if it cannot be operated both safely and legally in your location and environment. Distracted driving may result in serious injury, including death. Certain functions such as video playback and keyboard input are restricted through a parking brake interlock system.