What is iTunes Tagging?

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Hear a song on the radio that you have to have? Tag it.

Gone are the days of trying to remember lyrics, melodies, song titles or artist’s names.
iTunes tagging lets you tag songs on the radio so you can download it later.

The next time your radio station plays a song you like, just press the “Tag” button and the song info is saved to your connected iPod player. Then sync your player with iTunes, and you can review all your tagged songs and even purchase through the iTunes Music Store to add to your collection.

Unlike other iTunes tagging devices, the Pioneer DEH-P7100BT and Premier DEH-P710BT let you tag songs from both FM radio stations* (a World’s First!) and HD Radio stations (with an GEX-P20HD HD radio tuner).

Even better, both the DEH-P7100BT and Premier DEH-P710BT have two USB hook-ups, allowing you to connect your iPod and iPhone to the CD player at the same time.  Or get social and share your iTunes tags with a friend.

 

iTunes Tagging CD player
Pioneer Premier DEH-710BT Car CD Player
iTunes tagging with dual USB connections
Bluetooth 2.0 with voice recognition
2 year warranty

iTunes Tagging CD headunit
Pioneer DEH-7100BT Car CD Player
iTunes tagging with dual USB connections
Bluetooth 2.0 with voice recognition

 

 

Note: Use of iTunes Tagging with FM Radio may be limited by the FM Radio station’s transmission of RDS data.
iTunes Tagging for HD Radio requires GEX-P20HD.
iTunes Tagging supports purchase of music from iTunes Store, and is not for downloading music directly from headunit.
Either “Made for iPod” or “Works with iPhone” means that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod or iPhone and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards. Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards. Operations and functions may vary depending on iPod models or headunits. USB iPod Control is compatible with iPod® (5th generation or later/Firmware Version 1.2 or later/iPod nano Version 1.2 or later). A 3rd or 4th generation iPod® requires CD-IB100II. iPod and iPhone are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.
Not every USB device is compatible. Compatible with MSC (Mass Storage Class) and USB memory device only. Not compatible with DRM (Digital Rights Management) contents and MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) connection players. Unauthorized copying of music is strictly prohibited.