- Supertuner IIID for superior AM and FM
- MOSFET 50W x 4 for better sound
- Front AUX input for portable devices
Suggested Price: $89.00
The Next Best Thing to Live.
Sick of listening to static? A new Pioneer CD Player provides improved sound quality and adds features that your built-in factory stereo might otherwise not have.
|Supertuner IIID for superior FM and AM
Pioneer's legendary Supertuner IIID combines the best of digital and analog tuner technologies to reduce distortion to bring you exceptional FM and AM performance. If you live in an area where reception is weak, you'll hear a big improvement in signal strength. And when you're near tall buildings, Supertuner IIID reduces the effect of multi-path noise, which occurs when the signal is reflecting off of the buildings.
|MOSFET 50W x4 for the power hungry
Compared to conventional power supplies, the MOSFET amplification circuit is smaller and more efficient, delivering power with less distortion and absolutely zero on/off switching noise. Remember: more power doesn't only mean “louder”. It also means that your music will be cleaner at higher volumes because you're not pushing the limits of the amplification circuit. For clean, efficient power that will rock your vehicle, you found the right CD Receiver.
|Get Plugged In
Use the built-in AUX input for connecting any digital portable player and other external auxiliary devices. For extra-convenient access, the input is on the front panel.
What Does This Model Have To Offer?
The DEH-12E is smartly designed to expand your system, customize your experience, provide superior sound quality and easy operation.
- CD-R/CD-RW Playback
- LCD Display with 8-character Text
- Large rotary volume control
- 3-Band Equalizer (High/Mid/Low)
- Detachable Face Security (DFS)
- New Anti-Dust Design
- RCA preout for adding on external amps and speakers simplify system expansion.
NOTE: Do not use your Pioneer system if doing so will divert your attention in any way from the safe operation of your vehicle. Always observe safe driving rules. In some states certain operations of devices while driving may be illegal. Where such regulations apply, they must be obeyed.