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As one of the leading players in the market, Pioneer unveiled its latest lineup of in-car entertainment systems, starring four new multimedia receivers.

04 Oct 2012 | Local News : Singapore

Pioneer has launched its latest line-up of in-car entertainment system, now boasting an elevated user experience thanks to enhanced usability features. Speaking on the new products is Senior General Manager of Pioneer Electronics AsiaCentre, Mr Masayoshi Ishikubo, "With the growing trend of smartphone users today, the new and enhanced capabilities of our Multimedia receivers fulfil consumer's demand for seamless connectivity."

Pioneer's product specialist providing live demonstration of the latest multimedia receivers at the launch
Starring the line-up is the additional of four new Multimedia receiver models. Measuring up to 7-inch in dimensions, the new VGA display packs touch-screen capability. The receivers also boast fast connectivity with Advanced App Mode feature. This feature seamlessly integrates user's compatible iPhone applications, allowing them to control a multitude of functions, such as navigation, internet radio and social media directly from the touch-screen device. 

Pioneer has developed exclusive applications compatible for use with the new feature. For instance, the CarBrowser app provides in-car access to the Internet. Powered by Opera, the app boasts enhanced navigation speed even in crowded networks. Second in the line-up is the Mixtrax app, which analyses the music library from compatible iPods and iPhones. It is also capable of generating non-stop music mix by cueing up songs, beat matching or even adding sound effects. Lastly, the Navgate Drive South East Asia app provides route guidance and real time traffic information. 

Now standard across the latest range of product is Pioneer's Mixtrax technology. It offers uninterrupted music playing, doing without the silence during the switching of tracks. The latest version features a short playback mode, which allows a selection of specific playbacks of the songs in the library, giving the user more control over playback preference. Other features include display visualiser, which elevates the ambience in groove to the music, as well as a 8-band graphic equaliser.

The range of in-car entertainment systems will be available via selected authorised dealers starting this month. For more information on the products, visit

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