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Pioneer MVH-160Ui RDS Tuner with Illuminated Front USB
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- Front Aux and USB
- Full iPod/iPhone/Android Control and Charge
- 2x RCA Pre-outs
- Steering Wheel Control Compatible
- FM/AM Radio
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Powered for portable music.
Get pristine sound from the MVH-160UI's built-in amplifiers that deliver 4 x 50W of pure, proven MOSFET power. For even more power you can use the 2 RCA pre-outs to hook up another stereo component, like a subwoofer or an extra amp for the rear speakers.
Get the most out of your mobile music library with the MVH-X360BT thanks to the front USB and Aux-in. With iPod and iPhone Direct Control, you can connect your device straight to the unit's USB terminal to enjoy superior sound. As a handy extra, your iPod or iPhone will charge while connected. Media stored on selected Android smartphones can be accessed via USB.
You can use the Aux-in or illuminated USB to enjoy music stored on a portable device, like a USB stick.
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instruction manual (disc)front panel case
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Top Customer Reviews
The review says that the multi-control (M.C.) knob is far too easily pressed by mistake and that it's hard to revert back to volume. I've been using this for a couple of weeks now and haven't once pressed it accidently while driving. If you do happen to do this in error then you simply press the 'band' button on the bottom left and it takes you back where you started - allowing you to control volume again. That's it, one button press to correct if you make a mistake, so it's really a non issue. As for needing multiple turns to notice any significant change in volume, I haven't noticed this and it seems perfectly fine to me.
Sound quality is good enough and gives you a fair few options to customise.
Great to be able to control iPod through the unit but to be honest it's easier and quicker to find an individual track through the iPod itself (for your information it says in the manual that iPod control is not compatible with nano 1st generation and iPod with video).
It is steering wheel control compatible, but the cost of the adapter + lead is about 75% of the cost of the radio itself, so not something I bothered with.
Only real negative I have is that the small display symbols (relating to iPod control) above the 1-6 numbers aren't illuminated, meaning you pretty much have to remember which number relates to which control, but with time this sticks in the mind anyway.
You're not gonna get the perfect radio for under 50 quid, but this is a solid piece of kit that I recommend.
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my fault because i didn't read the advert properly, but it doesnt have a CD player. and thats what i was searching for, didn't notice till i had it installed and then it was to... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Guy Lancaster