How to use the Pioneer double din backup camera
Pioneer and its parent company, Pioneer Capital, announced Wednesday that it will soon be offering a backup camera for its flagship Pioneer double-dish audio unit.
The Pioneer double diaphragm sound unit, which costs around $2,500 and has been available in some Pioneer cars since 2015, is the second-largest audio unit in the Pioneer lineup and has become a popular choice for sports fans looking to watch highlights on a set-top box or streaming video on their Android or Apple TV.
But it can also be used to record video and audio on a smartphone, tablet, or PC.
The device, which is not compatible with Apple TV, is available in several different color options and has a built-in microphone and a rear-facing camera that can be used for audio or video recording.
Pioneer said that it’s working on a “fully fledged” backup camera app that will allow users to record videos and audio and use the device for other purposes, including sharing video on social media or to send photos.
The company’s chief technology officer, David Tamburini, said that Pioneer will offer the camera to other Pioneer dealerships and customers through the Pioneer Camera Exchange program later this year.
The company said that the app will let users search for and buy the Pioneer backup camera through the Apple App Store and Google Play.
The Pioneer Camera exchange program is a way for customers to swap out their Pioneer backup cameras for others, allowing customers to exchange their units for another.
Proprietary software for the Pioneer camera can be downloaded from the Pioneer website.
Piper Jaffray analyst Jason Zimbalist estimates that Pioneer’s $2.5 million in pre-orders for the double din camera will cover about 85% of its cost.
If the price tag for the backup camera is correct, Zimball will be able to estimate that it costs about $3,000, or $2 million.
The announcement came just hours after Pioneer unveiled a new line of premium audio devices at CES 2017.
The new devices include a pair of Dolby Atmos headphones with Dolby Vision, which offers surround sound and a much improved sound quality.
The two speakers also feature an 8-channel speaker and an 8.5-inch stereo speaker.
The new Dolby A-format audio format allows for better audio fidelity and the use of digital audio compression, which helps improve the sound quality and clarity of digital recordings.
The A-series A-Series audio formats are the only ones that have been approved by the U.S. Department of Commerce.
The Dolby technology can also improve sound clarity and detail, which can help in movies, gaming and music, according to the company.
Pilot A-Dolby digital surround sound headphones with 3D sound quality, Dolby Digital Plus audio processing, and Dolby SoundMax audio processing are available now.
The headphones will cost about $300 when they are released later this summer, and are expected to sell out before the end of the year.