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Pioneer DEH-80PRS CD Receiver 3-Way Crossover w/ DSP Bluetooth USB AUX SD/SDHC

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Pioneer DEH-80PRS 3 Way Crossover w/ DSP,Bluetooth CD USB AUX SD/SDHC card input

Brand: Pioneer
MPN: DEH-80PRS
Condition: New

-Bluetooth Hands-free calling and audio streaming
-Built-in Pandora
-Burr-Brown® 24-bit D/A Converters
-Four-Layer Circuit Board Design
-28-bit Binary Floating-Point DSP(Digital SIgnal Processing)
-3-Way Digital Network via three 5V RCA preouts
-L/R Independent 16-Band Digital Equalizer
-USB Direct Control for iPod/iPhone

-MP3/WMA/WAV/iTunes®AAC Playback
-CD-R/RW Compatible with CD Text
-Full Dot LCD Display (192 x 48 pixels, 3-line)
-Built-In MOSFET 50W x 4 Amplifier
-3 Sets of Hi-Volt RCA Preouts (5V) for System Expansion
-Dual 16-Band Graphic Equalizer
-Auto EQ (CD-MC20 required)
-Advanced Sound Retriever
-Built-In Bluetooth (HFP/A2DP/AVRCP/SSP)
-SD/SDHC Memory Card Slot
-Front AUX Input
-Rear USB Input
-Wired Remote Input
-Anti-Dust Design
-Flap Face
-Detachable Face Security™

-Radio unit
-Wiring harness
-Auto-EQ Microphone
-Microphone
-RCA wire
-USB extension cable

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