The DMH-W4660NEX has the latest connectivity solutions designed especially for today’s smartphone driven lifestyle. Use your smartphone and the Pioneer CarAVAssist App to customize your receiver’s home screen, register your favorite sports teams to receive real-time game updates, and easily perform OTA Firmware updates. Features include built-in Bluetooth, Amazon Alexa Built-in, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, SiriusXM-Ready and built-in HD Radio.
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A simpler, safer way to use your phone in the car. Get all your favorite maps, media, and messaging apps on your car display. To use Android Auto, you need a compatible Android smartphone with an active data plan.
Back Up Camera Input (2-Camera)
With two camera inputs, back up safely in any crowded parking area. Install a front- and rear-view camera to use the receiver’s built-in parking guides for easy parking, with adjustable parking lines for ease of use.
A smarter, safer way to use your iPhone while you drive. You can get directions, make calls, send, and receive messages, and enjoy your favorite music all on the built-in display.
Built-In Alexa allows users to interact with Amazon Alexa directly through this Pioneer receiver. Ask Alexa to play music, hear the news, check the weather, and more. Everything you love about Alexa at your command.
iDataLink Maestro (RR & RR2)
iDatalink Maestro RR and RR2 (both sold separately), preserves factory features such as climate control, performance gauges and vehicle information such as tire pressure and diagnostics. Features vary by vehicle.
This Pioneer Receiver has a built-in HD Radio tuner, broadcasting in clear digital quality. Many stations offer extra local FM channels to enjoy more music, news, and sports – all 100% subscription FREE! Your FM and AM stations now have crystal-clear reception with no audio distortion.
Hi-Res Audio File Playback via USB
Enjoy High-Resolution Audio music playback just as the musicians intended with higher than CD quality. With the Pioneer NEX series you can play up to 5.6 MHz DSD files, and up to 192 kHz/24-bit WAV and FLAC files from an MSC formatted USB device.
Siri Eyes Free - Touchscreen
Simply touch a NEX touchscreen and Siri listens through the NEX unit's external microphone and answers requests over the vehicle's speakers, helping you keep your eyes on the road and your hands on the wheel, for select iPhones.
Hands Free Bluetooth
Connect your compatible iOS or Android smartphone with NEX for a truly connected experience, bringing many of your favorite apps right into the dashboard and letting you communicate using advanced high-quality Bluetooth connectivity.
Pioneer's NEX in-dash receivers were the first in the industry to offer playback of files encoded as high-res FLAC up to 192kHz/24 bit and provide playback output at CD quality. With Pioneer, your high-res FLAC is no longer confined to your home hi-fi system - put your music on the move.
Time Alignment-No Microphone
This feature allows for delay time and synchronizing from each speaker to be adjusted to correct any phase mismatches in the sound resulting from the listening position. Does not include the CD-M20 microphone.
Downloading Pioneer's CarAVAssist app will enable automatic notification to stay up-to-date on the newest features and product updates, including additional language support.
WVGA Touchscreen (Capacitive)
Upgrade your ride with a capacitive WVGA touchscreen Display with built-in LED backlight, color customization, an illumination timer, dimmer setting, and brightness control.
Digital multimedia receiver (10A fuse)
58" USB-C extension cable
USB-C to USB-A adapter
Wireless Remote control (CXE5116)
CR2025 (3)V battery (Installed)
Microphone w/ bracket (attached 10' cable terminated by a right-angle 2.5mm connector)
6.78" Capacitive Touchscreen: The Pioneer DMH-W4660NEX features a 6.78" capacitive LCD touchscreen display with a resolution of 800 x 480 (RGB), for a total of 1,152,000 pixels. The capacitive LCD touchscreen is highly responsive, powerful, and very intuitive for exceptional control. The capacitive touchscreen offers multi-touch gestures like pinch-to-zoom, plus simple swipe & scroll controls - similar to your smartphone's touchscreen interface. The touchscreen display allows you to control this unit and a connected component such as an iPhone, Android smartphone, Bluetooth phone, or USB mass storage class device. Menus appear on screen for making function choices, audio adjustments, and setting up the system.
From Connected Car Life:
Capacitive touchscreen technology is newer, and is more expensive but features multi-touch gestures and a glass screen. However if you are using Apple CarPlay pinch to zoom will not work, Apple felt it was a distraction to use multi-touch for navigation. Resistive touchscreen technology has improved over the last few years and have been engineered to be much more touch sensitive in hopes of narrowing the technology gap with its capacitive technology counterpart.
A:AnswerSo whenever you replace your radio you will need a couple things. the kit(which holds the radio in place of where the factory one was), the harness (which is the wiring that allows you to easily interface with the cars wiring), and on most vehicles some sort of antenna adapter (so you can have AM and FM radio). steering wheel controls, SXM, backup cameras and other "add ons" all need more parts to get it installed.
As for what ones you need and what is compatible that purely depends on the vehicle you drive.
A:AnswerI would check the compatibility of your I phone model to the stereo and maybe you need to update your iOS, as for the brake issue, this stereo won’t let you do certain things if the vehicle is in motion I bought a bypass (APPS2Car Parking Brake Bypass Video in Motion Interface Module) it’s cheap and easy to install. Amazon is where I purchased mine. Hope this info helps
A:AnswerWhile it has HDMI capability, I’ve found it a bit complicated to use. For my iPhone, I had to buy a an HDMI adapter that wasn’t exactly cheap. So now you have a bunch of wires hanging around, the USB cable, the HDMI cable and the adapter. If you’re into watching movies, it was a lot simpler to download them to a flash drive and then it’s just plug it in and play.