The Pioneer AVH-3500NEX DVD is a DVD touchscreen receiver which goes into a DIN (2" tall) dash opening. It includes seamless integration with your smartphone device, providing easy access to navigation, music, podcasts, contacts and more. And best of all, the motorized screen folds away when not in use.
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 (1-Camera)
Back up safely in any crowded parking area. Install a rear-view camera to use the receiver’s built-in parking guides for easy parking, with adjustable parking lines and full screen image 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.
NEX Stay Connected
Connect your compatible smartphone device 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.
Sound Quality for all (Auto EQ)
The Pioneer NEX in-dash receiver provides controls to tailor listening experience to your vehicle and listening preferences such as built-in Auto EQ and Time Alignment, 13-Band Graphic Equalizer, and built-in high/low pass crossover.
Enjoy your personalized Pandora internet radio through this receiver. Pandora is compatible with bluetooth connected to an Android device and USB or Bluetooth when connected to an iPhone 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.
Auto Time Alignment and Auto EQ
Time alignment automatically estimates the delay from each speaker to the driver’s position. Auto EQ tailors specific musical characteristics according to preference, using a microphone to monitor and analyze acoustics.
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.
USB Control for iPhone
This Pioneer Receiver is ready to roll with direct connectivity to your iPhone for music and video via USB. Song, artist, time and album information are beautifully displayed on the touchscreen.
Vozsis with Amazon Alexa
Pioneer's smartphone application, available for both iOS and Android OS devices allows Amazon Alexa capability through the Weblink-enabled receiver.
WVGA Touchscreen (Clear Resistive)
With this clear resisitive WVGA touchscreen display, upgrade your ride and enjoy all the features this head unit has to offer.
DVD receiver w/ motorized 7" touchscreen monitor (10A fuse)
Sleeve (installed w/ 4 screws)
Wireless Remote control (CXE5116)
CR2025 3V lithium battery (installed)
58" USB extension cable
Microphone w/ visor-bracket (attached 10' cable terminated by a right-angled 2.5mm connector)
A:AnswerIt has connection at the back of the radio for satellite. You have to purchase accessories for it to be operational. Radio is a receiver but it requires a additional satellite signal receiver an adapter to plug on the back of the radio.
A:AnswerI have the w4500nex and it would do that around 18-20 I have brought my car back to best buy several times and they could never figure it out. I finally started playing with the radio myself and realized that one of my door speakers are possibly blown, even though I had them replaced before I had best buy install the head unit. Try fading your front and rear speakers in and out separately and cutting the volume up. I finally got my radio up to 40 with the loud on high and source level adjustment at 4. I first faded mine to the rear and cut up the volume and then brought the front speakers in one at a time and kept increasing the volume. Found out my driver's door speaker is what's causing it to cut off. Hope this helps. Best buy never could figure this out after several visits. They were nice about it though.
A:AnswerIt depends on how you hook up your stuff. Normally you have the camera turn on when in reverse by using the reverse wires on the tail light. But if you switch to a constant power when the system is on then you can. But I personally wouldn't recommend it.