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This is a discussion on Fs: pioneer avic z3 + iPod interface + Subaru harness adaptor CD-IB100 within the Personal For Sale & Wanted forums, part of the ClubWRX.net Marketplace category; sold This unit was on my car for about 7 months, there are no scratches or anything on the screen ...

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    Fs: pioneer avic z3 + iPod interface + Subaru harness adaptor CD-IB100

    soldThis unit was on my car for about 7 months, there are no scratches or anything on the screen motor works perfect. As title says I'm throwing in the iPod interface and Subaru harness together so it will be just plug and play for you.
    first one with cash gets it
    Details:
    Enjoy music, DVDs, in-dash navigation, and the convenience of advanced voice control with Pioneer's AVIC-Z3 navigation receiver. This double-sized receiver sports not only a DVD/CD drive, but also a 30 GB hard drive that holds all navigation maps and information, plus up to 10 GB of music onboard. The combination of a 7" touchscreen controls and voice command features gives you total control over this complete multimedia center.
    Superior navigation
    The navigation system features multiple display modes, including map, 3D, and driver's view modes. A split screen option makes it easy to see upcoming turns, while giving you the big picture for directions down the road. Precise geocoding and Point Addressing provide extremely accurate locations when you're trying to find a single address. The navigation system records frequently traveled roads so it'll take your preferences into account when providing instructions.
    You can control many features of the navigation system using voice commands. The voice recognition system boasts a large library that lets you get directions by saying the city name, street name, and house number. The AVIC-Z3 will announce most street names as you're approaching your turn, so you'll know where to turn without having to take your eyes off the road. The advanced program helps the system pronounce many tricky names correctly, instead of phonetically as some systems do.
    XM NavTraffic
    Add a compatible XM NavTraffic radio and subscribe to XM's innovative NavTraffic service. You'll receive continuously updated traffic information, including traffic accident alerts, road closure info, and the average speed of traffic on the roads along your planned route. You can prepare for traffic snags well in advance, and adjust your route accordingly. NavTraffic is currently available in most major metropolitan areas.
    Music and multimedia
    This versatile receiver reserves up to 10 gigabytes of the hard drive's memory to store the music it rips from your standard CDs. The preloaded Gracenotes® software will even display the disc, artist, and track names for most CDs. It's like having a virtual jukebox of up to 200 discs, ready whenever you get in the car.
    For a multimedia fix, use the 7" screen to watch your favorite DVD videos while you're parked. Connect a rear-seat video screen and wireless headphones, and the folks in back can keep watching while you're on the road. "Tri-Zone" capability means you can listen to the radio or another source up front, play a movie in back, and the AVIC-Z3 will continue navigating. Add an optional rear-view camera and you'll have a clear view behind your vehicle when backing up — providing a nice measure of safety in driveways or crowded parking lots.
    System expansion
    Add an optional iPod® adapter to play your iPod through the AVIC-Z3, and control it using the touchscreen. Add a satellite radio tuner for even more variety in your entertainment. If you have a Bluetooth cell phone, Pioneer's optional Bluetooth cell phone adapter lets you make and receive phone calls without taking your eyes off the road to dial.
    Note: If you're going to use your iPod with this receiver, be sure to check "Hands-on Research" for the iPod adapter for specific iPod model compatibility.
    Details:
    General features:
    in-dash DVD receiver/navigation system with built-in amplifier (14 watts RMS CEA-2006/50 peak x 4 channels)
    fits double-sized dash openings
    motorized 7" video screen with touch-panel controls
    optional remote control
    Navigation features:
    turn-by-turn map and voice guidance
    built-in 30GB hard drive (20GB for navigation functions, 10GB for music storage)
    voice command capability; microphone included
    text-to-speech technology announces the names of most roads
    learning capability: remembers frequently traveled roads and suggests familiar routes
    smart routing algorithm takes data such as posted speed limits and number of turns into account to suggest the most efficient route possible
    navigation antenna included
    approximately 12 million points of interest
    Audio/Video features:
    plays DVDs, DVD-R/RWs, CDs, CD-R/RWs, and MP3 discs
    selectable high-pass filter (50, 80, 125 Hz) for speaker or preamp outputs
    Supertuner IIID AM/FM tuner
    tri-zone capable
    3-band parametric EQ
    Expandability:
    XM's NavTraffic premium service available in most cities with your XM subscription (not available with a SIRIUS subscription)
    compatible with XM and SIRIUS Satellite Radio, Pioneer's iPod interface adapter and Bluetooth adapter
    inputs: audio/video input, rear-view camera input
    outputs: audio/video output, 6-channel preamp outputs (front, rear, and subwoofer)
    Other features:
    CEA-2006 compliant
    Last edited by 06d; 05-25-2010 at 01:30 AM.

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