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The Pioneer AVIC-X710BT is an in-dash navigation systems that combines turn-by-turn navigation, audio and video entertainment and connectivity options including Apple iPod® and iPhone®, Bluetooth® cell phones, MSN® Direct, HD® Radio and SIRIUS XM® Satellite Radio. The Pioneer AVIC-X710BT provides users with map database from Tele Atlas® covering the entire United States, Canada, Alaska and Hawaii, that enables users to route to destinations including more than 12 million points o…See more
The Pioneer AVIC-X710BT is an in-dash navigation systems that combines turn-by-turn navigation, audio and video entertainment and connectivity options including Apple iPod® and iPhone®, Bluetooth® cell phones, MSN® Direct, HD® Radio and SIRIUS XM® Satellite Radio. The Pioneer AVIC-X710BT provides users with map database from Tele Atlas® covering the entire United States, Canada, Alaska and Hawaii, that enables users to route to destinations including more than 12 million points of interest (POI). The device features Map View Modes which offers various screen views including 3D, 2D North Up and 2D Heading Up map mode, Highway Sign Boards that show simulated highway signs which appear onscreen before a major junction approaches for a visual aid while navigating and redesigned Map Interface with the key on-screen information with larger fonts, graphic contrast and reduced multi-line information.
Some of the other features of the AVIC-X710BT are more than 1300 3D Icons, including buildings, historical landmarks, baseball fields, etc., which help the driver to visually identify the area; advanced voice control for compatible iPods/iPhones and compatible Bluetooth enabled cell phones. Users can use conversational commands to initiate music playback from the iPod/iPhone by artist name, album name, playlist name or music genre after synching the device with the navigator; ability for users to use the Phone Book Transfer function to transfer a cell phone’s contacts/phone-book into the navigation system (via Bluetooth) so that users have access and call their contacts/phone-book by using voice commands; a 5.8-inch high resolution WVGA touch panel display to access numerous sources of entertainment and playback of iTunes® AAC, MP3, WMA, WAVE, DivX and MPEG4 files from a CD, DVD, USB device or SD memory card. The device has a USB interface for connection to compatible iPod music players, portable media players and USB memory devices. An SD memory card filled with additional Points of Interest information or compressed audio and video files can be placed into the front panel SD card slot. Users can upload software updates and additional POI information on the SD card. The AVIC-X710BT is equipped with a back-up camera input that can automatically display images from a separately purchased back-up camera when the vehicle is shifted into reverse, and the device can be integrated into the vehicle with a 2-DIN dash opening. It also supports Pioneer’s Supertuner IIID AM/FM tuner, three sets of RCA outputs and a built-in 50 Watts X 4 high power amplifier.See less
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I am getting no connection (USB greyed out in the menu) with an Creative MuVo MPG3 USB player or a Kingston 2GB thumb drive. Both of these USB devices work fine in a PC. Any help would be appreciated.
(No answers yet. Write an answer!) 2010-11-13
Where can I get an updated map for my AVIC X710BT? Many of the news streets and areas in my town are not on the map. Please help.
(No answers yet. Write an answer!) 2009-08-09
After the Iphone 4 is connected, the ipod icon on the AVIC-X710BT navigation displays. I can see all music on the Iphone 4 ipod folder. When I play the ipod icon on the the navigation, it shows that a song is playing but no sound comes from the speakers. Other items on the AV source (CD, SD, FM, AM produce sound ok.) Is there anything I am missing? Can someone help please?
Answered by tat2jay 2012-03-07:
If you only have it connected via USB, you need a 3.5mm to 3.5mm jack to plug into the Aux port. There is a special usb cable for the Avic-x710bt. The model is CD-IU230V