Pioneer - Bluetooth - In-Dash Receiver - Black

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This Pioneer CD double-DIN in-dash receiver lets you talk and stream audio for hands-free safety and convenience. Enjoy voice recognition support and Pandora streaming from your iPhone. A USB port lets you control your iPod and iPhone and a multiline LED backlight display improves legibility and visibility with this Pioneer CD double-DIN in-dash receiver.
$149.99
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Overview

What's Included


  • Owner's manual
  • Pioneer CD In-Dash Receiver
  • Remote control

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
95% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (456 out of 482)

Included Free


Car Deck Installation (Hardware Not Included)
Car Deck Installation (Hardware Not Included)
Have your new car deck installed neatly, reliably and professionally by a Geek Squad Autotech. Our Autotechs are MECP-certified, and their workmanship is warrantied for life. Plus, if you ever sell your vehicle, we'll reinstall your factory stereo for free. Additional materials fees apply; see below for more details.*

Features


CD, MP3, WAV, AAC, FLAC and WMA playback formats

For listening to your music.

Tap into your device's music library

Bluetooth connectivity and a USB port allow you to connect your device and play music.

You're ready for Satellite Radio

Features the control and display functionality to support SiriusXM Satellite Radio. Tuner and subscription required for activation (not included).

Tune in to your favorite radio stations

The AM/FM tuner can be preset to 24 different stations (6 AM, 18 FM).

Customize how your audio sounds

Use the customizable EQ and EQ presets to get the perfect audio quality for your music.

Control your favorite music apps

Once you've connected your phone, you can control the Pandora radio app right from your receiver.

Manage music using the color display

Color illumination allows you to customize the color of the text on-screen as well as select another color for the button illumination so you can express your personality right in your dash.

50W peak power x 4 channels (14W RMS)

Connect your receiver to devices and speakers

Use the 3.5mm auxiliary input and or the USB port to connect your device. Two pairs of preamp outputs (2V) and 1 subwoofer output are ready to connect your car speakers.

Apple, the Apple logo and iTunes are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. iPod is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc.

Additional fees may apply.


Overall customer rating

4.5
95%
would recommend to a friend

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Pioneer FH-X730BS Bluetooth in dash radio

    Posted
    FrankM
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    This is my second Pioneer radio that I used in a car audio upgrade. So far I am really happy with the quality and the abundant features, including adjustments for individual speakers and crossover settings if you have a subwoofer installed. This FH-XS 730 does it all with the exception of having FLAC support for the USB input. You will need the FH-XS830 if you want FLAC support. The Bluetooth works great. It syncs easily and stays synced with up to two phones. It comes with a mic for hands free phone use. The display lighting colors can be set to your preference or it will randomly change colors. It is Sirius capable, but I did not connect a Sirius receiver to it, although I did connect a Sirius receiver to the FH-XS 830 in the other upgrade that I performed and it worked fine. I am driving 6 1/2 Coaxials with the tweeters in the door sail panels and a pair of 6 1/2 inch coaxials in the rear deck of a Saturn Ion 3 SC4 from a 50 watt rms per speaker amplifier which I feed with RCA cables from the FH-XS730. I ran extra RCAs to the back to connect a self amplified subwoofer in the future. Overall a great radio when you feed the DAC a quality feed from either a CD or high quality MP3 files. It also delivers real good quality when feeding it by Bluetooth from a phone or Bluetooth enabled played that employes a high quality DAC. Seems to be little if any loss of quality over Bluetooth. It will be like any audio device. Feed it all the digital information in a file and it will shine. If you play nothing but FM radio that compresses the signal extremely then don't expect roses from dadelion plants. Great radio, but if you have a cd collection and want real quality, rip your CDs to FLAC files and buy the FH-XS830 and play them through the USB and let the the radios supperior DAC (digital to audio converter) do the work. Remember, anytime you feed a radio with an analog audio cable or through Bluetooth, the radio basically just becomes a media to transmit the analog feed that you fed it and has no real ability to improve the quality. Thumbs up on the radio if you have a smart phone. Way safer than holding your phone and the audio is played through your car speakers. When the conversation is ended, the radio goes back to whatever you were listening to.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    You don't know what you're missing

    Posted
    ILoveTech
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    You don't know what you're missing when you use factory stereo:) I bought this unit for my wife's Hyundai Santa Fe Limited Edition. She had all this supposedly high-end factory sound system (Infinity speakers, amp, etc.). But running on the factory head unit, you could hardly "feel" the sound. Then I surprised her with this Pioneer FH-X730BS upgrade for her birthday. Loaded her favorite songs on a flash drive and set everything up. Didn't tell her. She gets in her car and drives to work. She calls me from the parking garage at work and says: Could you please come get me out of my car? I just don't wanna get out:) Thank you soooo much! Besides the superb sound quality and 13-band EQ, this bad boy has tons of features (her favorite being Bluetooth phone calls and music streaming). The auxiliary and USB ports are the icing on the cake. It could be a little overwhelming using the big old knob to set up the system. So use the smartphone app, and you'll be fine. Also, note that Best Buy has the model number listed wrong on their website (it says FH-X730BT but it's actually FH-X730BS on the box). Pioneer has a 731BT (for Bluetooth only) and 730BS (for Bluetooth and Satellite Radio ready). Hurry! Go buy it!! And enjoy sonic heaven!!!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    DECENT AUDIO HEAD

    Posted
    MECHNIC
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    I have had this head on my trailblazer for a few months now and i have to say i was very surprised in its sound , features , price and ease to connect to. The only gripe i have is the menu platform its way to scattered its not just bass treble mid highs its got a slew of options that i still havent figured out but in time i will get it down . Now the bluetooth is flawless to link to and the audio sound is awesome the cd player works flawlessly and sounds great it will show disc info and is easy to navigate .. The usb plug in worked great when i tested it but i use BT all the time .. I do recommend a pro installer if your not familiar with ins and outs of cars ,, i am a mechanic and the install was easy somewhat if i had smaller hands lol but it went well with all the connections to 5 speakers and one amp. YES I RECOMMEND

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Absolutely stellar solution for a 2DIN radio setup

    Posted
    NeilK
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    For anybody considering any dual-DIN sized stereo, I can resolutely say that this stereo greatly exceeded expectations and is verifiably perfect for an Apple phone and Bluetooth scenario. Sound quality and power for stock speakers is great. Spotify works over Bluetooth and integrates nicely into the UI. The call quality over the included microphone cable/assembly (installed it along an A-pillar) is great. The display is clear and easy to read and has the entertaining color changing feature that previous Pioneer dual DIN stereos had. I didn't have success pairing my Android phone to the unit but it's likely I just didn't clear the right setting; if you're iPhone, the setup is flawless. The front USB port charges the phone nicely if you don't have a power port adapter in your car. For the price, the value is extraordinary, I highly recommend it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Pioneer Radio

    Posted
    Metallicdevil
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I bought this radio to replace the factory radio in my 2004 Explorer. Didn't want to for the fact it had a CD and Cassette deck. And yes still listening to my tapes. Ford wanted to much to replace it with another factory radio. My dad has this one in is 2005 F-150 and it fit great and I liked all the features it has. So I discided to put it in my truck and I'm glad I did. Best Buy did a good job with the instillation and didn't take long at all. If you have a older vehicle with a old radio I would recommend you go with this pioneer. I got it on sale for $115.00. Bluetooth works great with my iPhone and the calls are clear. It does come with a remote.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great car stereo

    Posted
    rshak
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Picked up this sweet car stereo about two weeks ago, and so far it is great. The factory installed stereo in my 05 Corolla was having issues and it was time to get a new stereo. I did my fair share of research and chose this Pioneer unit because of the favorable reviews, the look is cool and that price was right. Plus there was a free installation deal going on, which made the deal even better. Geek Squad installation was super easy to set up and I am more than satisfied with this purchase. The unit is easy to use, looks great and has no issues at all. Highly recommend this product!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Replacement for factory stereo

    Posted
    Vazquezfrankie3
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Was looking to replace my factory stereo in my 02 Explorer and so i went in person to look at this stereo and then after a while decided to purchase it that same day. It was on sale for $139 (Reg. $149.99). The screen is visible in direct sunlight. Sounds great now I plan on upgrading speakers. Bluetooth works great. I would recommend it to anyone looking on upgrading from their factory stereo.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Bad Experience

    Posted
    DrDimento
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I purchased this product because of my confidence in Pioneer. If I could return this I would. The first one I purchased and had Best Buy install, I did return. It started rebooting itself and turning off on its own. Thank you Best Buy for replacing it. However, the sound quality, station hold, and speaker output is so terrible I could cry. The display is digital but most stations sound like they are off frequency with audible swoosh and audible static like the old time analog dial radios. It's a terrible product. Do yourself justice and upgrade to a better selection. I just wished I had taken this one back right away also. It's been like 3 weeks and I have the poorest radio product I have ever owned. A bad experience.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend




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