CES 2019: Pioneer’s Good Sync In-Sprint Smartphone Receiver Turns Your iPhone Right into a Automobile Radio Show

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CES 2019: Pioneer’s Good Sync In-Sprint Smartphone Receiver Turns Your iPhone Right into a Automobile Radio Show

Pioneer in the present day introduced the U.S. launch of the SPH-10BT, a brand new in-dash digital media receiver designed to work with a smartphone as a show.

The SPH-10BT is Pioneer’s first receiver of this sort geared up with a built-in smartphone cradle that integrates your personal iPhone or Android machine into your automobile’s leisure system.



Whereas within the cradle, the smartphone turns into “visually mixed” with the receiver, turning it right into a full high-resolution LCD show for accessing Pioneer Good Sync Driving capabilities through contact controls when paired with Pioneer’s receiver.

“The only-DIN chassis dimension is sort of common, with the flexibility to be put in in each older and newer automobiles. Nevertheless, given its compact dimension, a single-DIN receiver usually lacks a big touchscreen or the flexibility to combine nicely with the smartphone,” stated Ted Cardenas, vice chairman of promoting for Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. “The SPH-10BT presents a really distinctive resolution by integrating the smartphone each electronically and bodily.”

The SPH-10BT smartphone setup is appropriate with Pioneer’s ND-PS1 rear parking sensors and can present each audible object warnings and visible indicators when linked to sensors put in within the rear automobile bumper.


Whereas the smartphone integration presents up easy contact controls, the SPH-10BT can be geared up with bodily buttons for switching between music sources, activating voice management, accessing navigation apps, studying incoming messages, making cellphone calls over Bluetooth, and launching into the Pioneer Good Sync app.

A smartphone is ready to hook up with the SPH-10BT over Bluetooth, permitting for entry to hands-free calling and music streaming. The SPH-10BT additionally options an anti-theft removable panel, a customizable consumer interface, and MIXTRAX integration for “continuous mixture of your music library full with DJ-inspired results and club-style illumination.”


Pioneer plans to launch the SPH-10BT within the U.S. in February, and it’ll value $150, with set up prices not included in that price ticket. The SPH-10BT is already out there for buy in Europe.

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