Learn more about Pioneer AVIC-X930BT Automobile Audio/Video GPS Navigation System - 6.1" - Touchscreen - Audio Player, Video Player, Photo Viewer - microSD Card - Text-to-Speech, 3D Landmark - Bluetooth - USB:
|In-dash DVD, AM/FM, CD, and MP3 Multimedia Receiver Built-in GPS Navigation for complete map coverage across the 50 Untied States and Canada Built-in Bluetooth technology supports hands-free calling with a compatible Bluetooth phone Supports Pandora Radio streaming with a unique custom interface through an iPhone or iTouch Fixed face with slot loading DVD/CD drive Partially detachable faceplate security Aha Radio iPhone App Integration provides up-to-date information about social networks, helps find places to eat, view traffic, download and play audio, and much more ECO Graph gives drivers a visual representation of their vehicles environmental impact 6.1" Full color display Variable button lighting CEA-2006 compliant amplifier Power Output: Peak: 50 watts x 4 channels RMS: 22 watts x 4 channels (Pioneer Certified) RMS: 14 watts x 4 channels (CEA Certified) CD Text Display MP3 ID3 Tag Display (Title/Artist/Album)|
Customer Reviews of Pioneer AVIC-X930BT Automobile Audio/Video GPS Navigation System - 6.1" - Touchscreen - Audio Player, Video Player, Photo Viewer - microSD Card - Text-to-Speech, 3D Landmark - Bluetooth - USB
Sound is good and I love the EQ that lets you adjust each frequency independantly. The 910 had linked frequency adjustment and it just sucked. It seems the 910 may have had more power. I could crack it up and not have to worry about distortion but on the 930 this is not possible. I am not running it through an external amp so this is a direct comparison of the units themselves. I did have the 910 running through an external amp at one time which brings me to another difference and that is the PREAMP Output. I think the 910 had 4volt output. The 930 has 2.2 volt.