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fatboyracing
11-14-2011, 07:25 PM
sold

kramer_212
11-14-2011, 07:35 PM
any more of a description lolz, or is it in perfect condition.

lys_dexik
11-14-2011, 11:39 PM
price on the CD-IB100II?

d77543020
11-14-2011, 11:46 PM
good luck i couldn't move mine at 135 shipped had to go to ebay

fatboyracing
11-15-2011, 07:48 AM
price on the CD-IB100II?

I really don't want to seperate

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good luck i couldn't move mine at 135 shipped had to go to ebay

for a $500 cd player and a ipod hook up

fatboyracing
11-15-2011, 07:51 AM
Today's car stereos can be about more than just music. Take Pioneer's DEH-P9800BT CD/MP3 player, for instance. It's packed with all the high-end audio features you'd expect from Pioneer — like MP3, WMA, and AAC file playback, digital sound processing, and a 16-band equalizer. But this stereo also comes loaded with a built-in Bluetooth wireless receiver that allows you to use your cell phone hands-free without installing any extra gear.

The Bluetooth connection lets you place and receive calls without taking your Bluetooth compatible cell phone out of your bag — one quick setup when you first install the stereo ensures that your phone will initialize automatically from then on.

Use the included microphone to ask the DEH-P9800BT to dial a number for you, while Auto Answering allows you to pick up calls without taking your hands off the wheel. Download your phone book into the stereo so you can scroll through and even search contacts right from the dash.

The striking, full-color display on the DEH-P9800BT's motorized faceplate will ensure that everything looks great, too. Customize the display with your own images using the included software, or just let the bright, crisp screen show off two lines of track and artist information in style.

If MP3, WMA, and AAC file format playback isn't enough for you, add Pioneer's optional CDIB100 adapter to control and charge your iPod right from the stereo. The same connection can also handle a satellite radio or Pioneer CD changer, and you also get an auxiliary input for any other external source you might have in mind.

Three sets of preamp outputs send a powerful signal to your external amps and subs. You even get a full-function remote so your passengers can control playback from anywhere in the car.

Note: Bluetooth compatibility with this receiver may vary, depending on your phone and service provider.


Highlights:
General features:
•CD receiver with built-in MOSFET50 amplifier (22 watts RMS/50 peak x 4 channels)
•plays CDs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs (including discs loaded with MP3, WMA, and AAC files — except Digital Rights-protected files)
•slide-down motorized face with customizable full-color Organic EL display
•Rotary Commander control knob
•remote control
Audio features:
•Digital Sound Processor with 16-band graphic EQ and time alignment
•loudness (3 levels)
•Auditory User Interface
•24-bit Burr-Brown digital-to-analog converter
•high- and low-pass filters
•subwoofer level control
Expandability:
•Bluetooth receiver built in (includes hands-free microphone)
•compatible with Pioneer iPod adapter
•satellite radio-ready (tuner, antenna, and XM or SIRIUS service subscription required)
•auxiliary input (rear 3.5mm mini jack)
•CD changer controls
•three sets of 5-volt preamp outputs
•compatible with most factory steering wheel audio controls (adapter required)
Other features and specs:
•Supertuner IIID
•seek tuning
•clock
•CD frequency response: 5-20,000 Hz
•CD signal-to-noise ratio: 94 dB
•FM sensitivity: 8 dBf