CD receiver with RCA pre-out, 3.5mm Aux-in for quick connection to portable music players, MP3/WMA file playback and MOSFET 50W x 4 power output.
Front Aux-In Connection
Hook up your portable digital devices with ease in an instant through a 3.5mm stereo jack. Each new Pioneer head unit has a built-in AUX input on the front panel so you can connect your iPod, MP3 player and other portable music devices.
Built in 50W x 4 Channel High-Power MOSFET Amplifier
To minimize voltage loss in its head unit amplifiers, Pioneer built-in high-performance Power MOSFET integrated circuitry into all its head units. The MOSFET amplifier processes signals more efficiently at 50W x 4 maximum total output. This reduces distortion to virtually nothing at high frequency ranges giving you great clear sound.
EEQ – Easy Equalizer
You can adjust the sound according to the music you listen to. Switch between five preset equalization curves (Super, Bass, Powerful, Natural, Vocal, Flat) simply by pushing an EQ button. You can also boost the volume. Select among three levels of loudness (high/mid/low).
Advanced Sound Retriever
Hear the glory of original sound across a deeper, wider spectrum from highly compressed MP3 and WMA files. By compensating for data (especially higher frequencies) that tend to get lost in the digital compression process, Pioneer's Advanced Sound Retriever technology enhances audio reproduction nearly all the way up to 20kHz frequencies.
Super Tuner 3D
Supertuner IIID advanced analog and digital processing assure superior imaging, less distortion and noise, and stronger, smoother broadcast signal reception.
Detachable Face Security
All our entry-level head units have a detachable face that you can hide away or take with you when you park.
The DEH-1350MPG sports a new design chassis, to eliminate dust from making its way into the unit.
Wireless Remote control
Hand over control of the music to those in the back seat.
weedoman on 24.02.2012
Good value for money. Only gripes are the menu system is a bit counter-intuitive and the volume knob is also the source select and on/off button so I am constantly accidentally changing the source when I am trying to adjust the volume. Irritating. Otherwise it's a good unit and sounds good.