AVIC-Z130BT

Flagship In-Dash Navigation AV Receiver with DVD Playback, Built-In Bluetooth®, and 7" WVGA Touchscreen Display

• Listen to Your Pandora Internet Radio Stations using an iPhone® with Pandora App
• Traffic Tuner Included
• Built-In HD Radio™ Tuner

Suggested Price$1,499

Dear Pioneer Customers,

Aha™ Radio version 1.5.5.1 was released November 23, 2011. This update resolves the iOS5 audio playback issues described in our October 14 post. Many thanks to the Aha team for updating their app to restore playback through the affected Pioneer units!

Pandora version 3.1.15 was released November 4, 2011. This update resolves the iOS5 audio playback issues described in our October 14 post. 

Thank you!

**ORIGINAL POST FOLLOWS**

Certain models of our In-Dash Navigation AV Receivers that support playback and control of the Pandora™ internet radio and Aha Radio iPhone® applications are currently experiencing audio playback issues with these services. The issue occurs after installation of iOS 5 onto the user's iPhone®.

We are currently identifying the root source of this issue and working diligently to engineer a solution. We will post updates regarding this situation on our website, pioneerelectronics.com. Please check back for the latest information.

The following models are affected: AVIC-Z130BT, AVIC-Z120BT*, AVIC-Z110BT**, AVIC-X930BT, AVIC-X920BT*.

No other Pioneer In-Dash DVD Receivers or CD Receivers that support playback and control of the Pandora Radio iPhone application are affected by this issue.

*With CNSD-210FM map upgrade installed.
**With CNSD-110FM (Pandora Radio support only) or CNSD-210FM map upgrade installed.

 

Display
  • 7"/16:9
  • WVGA (800x480)
Voice Control
  • Y
  • Y
  • Y
Media Playback
  • 1
  • CD/DVD/USB/SD Card
  • CD/DVD
  • USB/SD Card
  • 96 kHz/24-bit
Tuner
  • GEX-P920XM required
  • CD-SB10 required (also requires SC-C1 SiriusConnect Universal Tuner sold separately)
  • 24 Stations/6 Presets
Audio
  • MOSFET 50 W x 4
  • 8-Band Graphic
  • 3-Mode
  • 3 (4V)
Bluetooth®/iPod®/Apps/SD Card/USB
  • Built-In (HFP/A2DP/AVRCP)
  • iPhone®
  • iPhone®
  • SD/SDHC
  • Rear
  • Rear
General
  • Push-Button
  • ND-BC20PA

    Parking Assistance with Style and Ease

    Buy Online

  • CD-IU51V

    iPod®/iPhone® USB Interface Cable for Receivers with High Current USB Port (Audio and Video)

  • CD-SB10

    Sirius Bus Interface for Pioneer "SAT Radio Ready" Receivers

  • ND-BC4

    Universal Rear-View Camera

  • CD-MC20

    Auto-EQ Microphone for Car DVD Receivers

    Buy Online

  • GEX-P920XM

    XM Digital Satellite Tuner for Pioneer "SAT Radio Ready" Receivers

Date Description
Dec 5, 2014
USB Charging Firmware Update for AVIC-Z130BT
Version 3.002
USB Charging Firmware Update for AVIC-Z130BT

Update Instructions

Firmware Notice - READ FIRST

Download

Note: One of the benefits of registering your Pioneer product is email notification of important firmware updates, so register today.

 

AVIC FEEDS for Smartphones

  Start planning your route before you even step in the car with the free AVIC FEEDS app for smartphones, available now for iPhone, BlackBerry and more. Now you can simply find your destination using the built-in Google Maps interface, or from a Geo-Tagged photo, and transfer it via Bluetooth for easy, turn-by-turn directions.

 

 

AVIC FEEDS PC Application

  AVIC FEEDS is a  freeware software that will enable you to customize your Pioneer Navigation experience.  Create custom POI's, splash screens, backup settings, and much more. Software is compatible with Windows only.

 

 

MusicSphere

  MusicSphere is an iTunes plug-in that intelligently analyzes your music library and automatically creates 40 customizable playlists that can be accessed by the MusicSphere interface on a compatible navigation receiver (AVIC-Z130BT, AVIC-X930BT, AVIC-Z120BT, AVIC-X920BT)

 

 

Open Source Notice

This firmware includes open source software codes licensed under GNU Lesser General Public License. Details of the GNU LGPL can be found at the GNU website (http://www.gnu.org). The machine readable copy of the corresponding source code is available here: http://www.oss-pioneer.com/car/navi.