With Alpine, expect the premium sound your ears deserve. This head unit allows you to customize your crossover adjustments so you can control where you send high and low frequencies, for the best sound from your CDE-HDBT. Get access to and control of all the songs from your iPod or iPhone right from the head unit!
Large music libraries are no problem with a faster connection speed. With Quick Search featuring Alphabet Search, you can easily scroll through long lists of music by skipping through the letters of the alphabet. Once you find the letter you want, you can jump to the exact song! With so many ways to listen to thousands of songs, now you can get super-fast access to Playlist, Artist, Album, Song, Podcast, Genre and Composer.
This new feature offers basic app control Play, Pause, Track Forward, Track Back and displays metadata directly on the head unit from numerous third-party apps so that you can enjoy your drive even more and expand your listening choices without fumbling with your phone. Standard in-vehicle solutions may drain the battery of your phone, but with the CDE-HDBT, your phone charges via the USB cable sold separately , so you can enjoy nonstop music and power your phone at the same time.
Whether you have an iPhone or Android smartphone, Alpine gives you full control of Pandora straight from your dash. Note: Third party services may not be available in all areas; please contact an authorized retailer for coverage in your area. Alpine does HD Radio. This feature is great where there are multiple devices active and you are trying to search for and connect to a certain device. Pandora is personalized internet radio that is designed to help you discover new music that you'll love mixed in with music that you already know.
With the DEH-XBT, you can enjoy superior sound quality and full control of the Pandora experience in your car directly from the touchscreen display of the receiver.
You are able to give tracks "thumbs up" or "thumbs down," bookmark a song so you can purchase it later, easily switch between your personalized radio stations, and view full track data.
In-dash control for Pandora is compatible with iOS and Android devices. Android devices need to be paired to the receiver via Bluetooth while the Pandora app is running. Pandora Station Creation — The Pandora station creation 5 feature enables users to create new Pandora stations while the app is in use with an iPhone device physical connection required or compatible Android smartphone.
Pioneer has made it easier to create new Pandora stations while the app is in use with the Pandora Station Creation feature. Both iPhone and select Android users can simply press and hold a button on the receiver to create a new Pandora station dynamically from the currently playing song or artist.
Android devices need to be paired to the receiver via Bluetooth while the Pandora app is running. This versatile hideaway unit allows you to switch to navigation mode with the touch of a button. Get to your destination by inputting an address or search through the POI library while enjoying whatever source is currently playing.
Simply connect your USB compatible device and listen as tracks are joined by various random sound effects in nonstop mix play to keep the groove going in full swing. Choose among multiple patterns of lighting variations from sound pressure level or low-pass synchronization modes. Users of Android devices running operating system 4. The presets 30 may be selectable no matter what input or media source is currently being used. However, in some embodiments, the displayed presets 30 may change or may be reorganized depending on user preferences.
As illustrated in the figures, the use of soft touch presets 32 through an input device such as the display 20 or the like provides an easy to read and configure interface for a user. Although, as illustrated in FIG. Displaying the soft touch interfaces 34 as illustrated in the figures also allows easy and visual modification and selection of the presets Of course, hard key presets 34 and soft key presets may be used in combination with each other.
In some embodiments, one of the hard key presets 34 and soft key presets 32 may relate to the selected source and not single-action presets. In addition to the preset buttons 30 allowing selection of favorite stations across the radio bands, the user may configure the presets 30 to also refer to different sources.
For example, the presets 30 labeled as FM station can refer to a specific bandwidth frequency within the FM band while the presets 30 labeled in FIG. As further illustrated in the figures, the presets 30 may be set to any desired device, such as a particular phone number, a location in the navigation system, an artist, play list, album, or audio book on a music player, a folder on a USB device, or any other possible selection available to the user.
For example, a person may have a preset 30 in all screens which when selected mutes the current audio source and dials a commonly used phone number such as the user's home or office. The system 10 , while the user is listening to the radio, may allow on push a preset 30 to instruct the navigation system to provide directions to the address associated with that preset 30 while continuing to allow the user to listen to the radio.
The user selects a preset, such as by holding the preset for a short time, and then drags and drops the preset to a different location that suits the user. Therefore, the user can arrange preset buttons 30 along with media selection buttons to the preference of the user that allow the user to select their desired audio content from the vehicle entertainment system with as little distraction as possible and as quickly as possible.
The layout of presets in FIG. Any desired layout may be used and the user may arrange the presets as desired, or use the provided manufacturer's arrangement. The system 10 is only constrained by the particular limitations of the vehicle entertainment system.
The system 10 may include both hard presets 32 and soft presets 34 as illustrated in FIG. The display 20 can also show a skin or desired graphical interface above the media buttons or other displayed content such as album art, an equalizer, or any other desired display content.
In some embodiments, the vehicle entertainment system 10 may be set up to have multiple menu screens such as an overall menu screen of FIG. This allows the user to have different favorite screens and may also allow the users to set different grids for favorite presets 30 such as when a vehicle has two different drivers, the first user may have a desired display grid while the second user may have a different desired display grid. As most listeners of music use very few presets in each media source, it may be possible for the total number of favorite presets across all media sources to be easily fit within one screen thereby simplifying the controls for the vehicle entertainment system.
In addition to the above described functionality for the single-action presets, the presets may also be configured to perform incomplete functions.
For example, a complete function of a single-action preset would be a switch from playing a specific FM frequency to playing all songs by a particular artist. An similar but intentionally incomplete function of a single-action preset would be with the press of the preset button a switch from playing a specific FM frequency to a change in source to a mass storage device and a jump to asking which artist should the system play all songs by. Therefore, with a single button press, the system prompts them to select an artist and then starts to play all songs by that artist, therefore allowing with a single button press both a change in source and a commend input into the new source.
With the use in incomplete single action presets that allow for changes that move the user through multiple menus with a single button push, and then ask for further input, the variety of uses is almost endless. While a few more examples are provided below of these incomplete function single action presets, the system is only limited by the imagination of the user of what types of commands they would like to enter.
As additional examples, by a single button push, the user may have the GPS system select and input a state and city and prompt for a street and address entry.
By a single button push, the vehicle entertainment system may bring up a playlist of FM stations that are news radios and ask for the user to select one of the stations. Turn the remote over, push the catch up and pull out the battery drawer. Place the battery in the drawer with the terminal facing up and replace the drawer. To set a preset To select a preset Page Using The Alarms Using the alarms The alarms switch your radio on if in standby and tune to a station or sound a tone.
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