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Pioneer Z Series Car Speakers

Pioneer Z Series Car Speakers
$300+  Buy Comment

We had a chance to listen to Pioneer’s new Z series car speakers during our visit to their factory, and they sounded truly stellar, with zero distortion, huge dynamic range, and brilliant reproduction that’s on par with some of the best home audio systems we’ve heard.

Pioneer BDR-XD04

Pioneer BDR-XD04
$124  Buy Link Comment

Touted by Pioneer as the world’s lightest and slimmest external Blu-ray burner, the BDR-X04 weighs just 8.5 oz and measures just 5.2″x 0.55″x 5.2″. It can read and write to DVD and CD as well.


Pioneer Car Heads Up Display

Pioneer Car Heads Up Display

Pioneer’s vehicle heads up display uses a projector with a laser for a light source, resulting in high quality images, while a special combiner enables the image to be enlarged to up to 25 inches.

Pioneer CDJ-2000

Pioneer CDJ-2000
$2,150  Buy Comment

Available 11/09, Pioneer’s CDJ-2000 is a multi-format digital turntable that can be linked with up to 4 other units; it also packs a 6.1″ LCD, needle search pad and jog dial.

Pioneer XMp3 Radio

Pioneer XMp3 Radio
$280  Buy Comment

Mixing satellite radio with a bit of TiVo-like tech, the Pioneer XMp3 is a portable satellite radio that’ll record up to five stations simultaneously; it also has a 30-min buffer for rewind.


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