Pioneer AVIC-F900BT cheap! 539.00 @ Car Audio Centre - HotUKDeals
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This was picked in the top 3 of the gadget show... lovely unit and I'm guessing that the end of it's life is up so therefore a very cheep price! Hot for me!

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#1
IVE GOT THIS IN MY iSUZU PICK UP TRUCK... Its an awesome bit of kit
1 Like #2
looks good

Multi-sensor GPS, Entertainment & Communication System (DVD, CD, SD Card, USB & iPod playback)
Powerful and precise, with a perfect fit.
Designed to fit flush in your cars double-din slot, the AVIC-F900BT will take the stress out of your car journey, giving you full-scale navigation, entertainment and communication in one perfect-fit system.

The AVIC-F900BT will guide you across the whole of Europe, enable you to control and use your phone hands-free, produces supreme sound and with USB and SD connections, is extremely versatile.

The system can play multiple audio and video formats and can be linked to your home PC via our freely downloadable software, enabling you to create and add your own points of interest.

Get to where you need to go safely and without fuss. The AVIC-F900BT gives you:

•Maps in high-resolution with 3D elevation and 3D landmarks,
•Real-time traffic assistance, helping you avoid the jams and traffic hotspots
•Multiple sensors to ensure accurate positioning in areas where GPS signals may be weak (in tunnels or in built-up cities, for example).
The built-in DVD player is always available, even whilst you’re navigating, to enjoy DVDs and CDs containing DivX, MP3 and WMA content.

The AVIC-F900BT has versatile connectivity, which means you can watch compressed video such as MPEG 4 on the screen (from SD cards and USB devices), and enjoy audio and video playback from your iPod (supporting generations from October 2005). Bring your digital lifestyle in-car.

You can even add an optional reversing camera to make parking in tight spots easier to manage.

Make and receive phone calls wirelessly, too. The AVIC-F900BT includes Parrot Bluetooth phone management technology. Your phone will automatically register with the system which can store, manage and call up to 300 contacts from three different phones.

And finally, you can add a personal touch to your system to make it blend in perfectly with your tastes (or your car interior). You can customise your welcome screen, amend the colour of maps and the button illumination.
#3
Glad to see the credit crunch isn't affecting some peeps! Thats one expensive bit of kit in a car.
banned#4
"Pioneer AVIC-F900BT cheep! (sic)539.00 @ Car Audio Centre"

Reminds me of the joke about the chickens going cheep
#5
cicobuff
Glad to see the credit crunch isn't affecting some peeps! Thats one expensive bit of kit in a car.


Not really, you could easily spend well over £500 on a half decent head unit, sat nav & bluetooth handsfree kit.
#6
out of curiosity? what do these normal retail at?
#7
teamhuw
out of curiosity? what do these normal retail at?


around the £900 mark.. I have a rear facing camera set up to it so that i can see the cute chick in the car behind me ;o)
1 Like #8
From what i've read about this, the unit is very slow until you upgrade the firmware/sat nav maps to the 2009 version 3.0 which costs around £150.
#9
martinbickley
From what i've read about this, the unit is very slow until you upgrade the firmware/sat nav maps to the 2009 version 3.0 which costs around £150.


yes.. totally agree it is slow on start up.. it takes about a minute and 1 1/2 minutes for the phone to connect up... but its all automatic
#10
KERMITZBITZ
yes.. totally agree it is slow on start up.. it takes about a minute and 1 1/2 minutes for the phone to connect up... but its all automatic


show off :p
#11
francodevil
show off :p


did i mention that my pick up truck is brand new as well??
#12
KERMITZBITZ
did i mention that my pick up truck is brand new as well??


did i mention i have this in my pink batmobile? :-D

http://img21.imageshack.us/i/dsc03878e.jpg/
#14
mikepj
Not really, you could easily spend well over £500 on a half decent head unit, sat nav & bluetooth handsfree kit.


Each to their own, £150 for the car stereo, £100 for a PDA with GPS and bluetooth for the mobile phone, headsets you can get for a tenner.

Personally I do not see the point of having an in car DVD player on the dashboard, if you have kids give them a portable dvd player.

May be a good price, but can anyone really tell me that it is a great deal of electrics to have in the car?
#15
I looking to purchase such a device, for a peugeot 307 07-reg, would the dash-info unit that displays time, temp etc still function?

I've also been looking at this http://www.autodvdgps.com/peugeot-307-car-dvd-player-with-gps-navigation-digital-tuchscreen-pip-rds-canbus-p-638.html
According to MG-rover forums & others whom have purchased a similar device, it works well and not proprietary, so a great deal of customisation. The major downside being if it packs up, returning it to china is expensive.

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