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helotr3vor
04-06-2008, 06:38 PM
http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_12283_Pioneer+AVH-P4000DVD.html

thinking about getting this to replace my alpine head unit that i have now. Should i go for this??? it seems like a deal

integra88
04-06-2008, 06:40 PM
Looks like a decent unit, but what about shopping around more...like here...
http://www.cartronixplus.com/templates/detailnf_price.cfm?zq=96565999&uas=N&globaldesc=na&rnumb=1888&wherefrom=SEARCH&whichord=514707&department=ALL&class=N&special=R&tablegraphic=%2Fimages%2F&sold=N&nextrow=Pioneer%20AVH%2DP4000DVDavhp4000dvd&prevrow=Pioneer%20AVH%2DP4000DVDavhp4000dvd&nextprev=0&subclass=ALL&subname=na&pagename=Online%20Store%20%3E%20%20ALL%20%3E%20

the ghoul
05-18-2008, 07:56 PM
Im starting to wish I didnt buy mine...
the operation manual is next to worthless
pioneer support is BS, if you have an issue between 8am and 4pm monday - friday your good to go, other than that You get a sharp stick in the eye!
no one can tell me how to load a custom back ground even though half the websites out there tell you you can.
and
for some odd reasion there is an eject lock feature that the manual dosent tell you how to dissable, so basically the cd in the player is stuck there till you figgure it out your self, or reset the unit.

makes you wonder how many more things like that there are in the system...

MyPoison1
05-18-2008, 08:21 PM
thats funny I think pioneer hu are a bit complicated to learn, but "hopefully" once you got it, it get easier, I would guess that simpler dvd unit to navigate would be kenwood.

lashlee
05-19-2008, 11:31 PM
We've got one on display at work, and I've not impressed. With only two preouts kinda *****, and the on screen buttons are a tad small for me. Maybe if Pioneer had used the menu system like the D3 it might have been easier to use.