Pioneer Electronics Drives Excitement With New Technologies At Mid America Truck Show

Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc., a world leader in mobile entertainment technologies, will showcase a variety of products at the Mid America Truck Show (MATS), the largest national and international truck show of the year. Pioneer will highlight various in-vehicle technologies that provide information and entertainment for trucking professionals who spend the majority of their time on the road, traveling more than 400 billion miles a year.

“The trucking community is a crucial component to our economics and they consider their trucks their home on the road. Pioneer can enhance their on-the-road experience with entertainment and information products that we will demonstrate at this year's MATS event,” said Michael Townsen, vice president of marketing for mobile entertainment at Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. “Attendees will be able to play with our products and witness the power of the AVIC-N1 system in particular, which offers enhanced navigation features as well as DVD entertainment.”

AVIC-N1: Pioneer Electronics’ AVIC-N1 system, will be a welcome addition to any rig on the road. As the industry's first true audio/video/navigation system, it merges entertainment, information and vehicle dynamics technologies into one product making life on the road bearable and more pleasurable. With more than 12 million points of interest available across the U.S. and Canada the AVIC-N1 offers drivers more information about their intended routes. They can easily locate essential information such as rest stops, ATMs, hotels, restaurants and gas stations. While providing step-by-step navigational information through voice prompts and an electronic map, the AVIC-N1 also monitors everything from lateral G-Force to angular velocity and includes a rear camera input that enables drivers to view activity at the rear of the vehicle. In addition, the AVIC-N1 supports XM satellite radio, plays CDs, MP3 CDs and DVD video for backseat passengers or for drivers at roadside rest stops. The AVIC-N1 is available for a suggested retail price of $2200.

Other Pioneer highlighted products on display include;
NAV-SYS610T: If a full replacement of the factory stereo isn't feasible, Pioneer offers an add-on navigation system that includes a detachable 6-1/2 inch touch screen monitor and AVIC-80DVD navigation unit. The NAV-SYS610T navigation provides easy to use features including touch panel capability, voice control and mapping coverage of the U.S. and Canada. The NAV-SYS610T is available for a suggested retail price of $2700.

FH-P5000MP: Pioneer's new double-DIN FH-P5000MP offers the best of both worlds – CD and cassette in one chassis. The unit delivers 50 Watts of power into 4 channels and features a full list of CD, MP3/WMA CDs, tape and radio features, in addition to being XM Satellite Radio ready. For optimum sound reproduction, a 13-band equalizer enables users to fine-tune their music to suit their individual tastes. The FH-P5000MP is available for a suggested retail price of $500.

Pioneer products will be on display at booth #132 throughout the Mid America Truck Show (March 25-27).

Pioneer's Mobile Entertainment Division is the leading manufacturer of audio, video and information products for in-car use. Its focus is on the development of new digital technologies including audio video, navigation and satellite radio, while maintaining its strong heritage in products for car audio enthusiasts and competitors. The company markets its products under the Pioneer and Premier brand names. When purchased from an authorized dealer, consumers receive a limited warranty for one year with Pioneer products and two years for Premier electronic products.

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