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Voice Command - Pioneer 2004 Mobile Entertainment Systems User Manual

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D V D M U L T I M E D I A A V N A V I G A T I O N S E R V E R
Touch Panel Operation
Using Pioneer's navigation system is a snap. Just touch
large, bright icons on the screen to navigate menus, plot
routes, or change map views. An easy to read status indicator provides current
location information, turn distances and approximate time to destination. The
touch screen has extremely fast response rates and a wide viewing angle.
Seven View Modes and Eight Vehicle Dynamics Displays
The driver can choose from seven enhanced modes that can be displayed on
the screen, such as Map View Mode and Driver's View Mode with 3-D maps.
In addition, the monitor offers the special Vehicle Dynamics Monitor
function. Growing among the youth is the "tuner" market: there are an
increasing number of young automobile enthusiasts who modify their vehicles
with upgraded tires, wheels, suspension and other aftermarket equipment.
This means vehicle dynamics is becoming a must-have feature, offering an
easy, fun and accurate method to assess a car's performance with stock
equipment versus aftermarket parts. In response to popular demand, Pioneer
has provided the Navigation's monitor with the function to display eight
vehicle dynamics from G-force to slope angle.
The monitor comes with another practical function. With an optional rear-
view camera mounted, you can have a rear view of your car on the monitor,
alongside a navigation map—which adds to safety when you're towing a boat
or vehicle. Conveniently, the rear view zooms up to fill the entire screen when
the gear is in reverse. This makes it much safer and simpler to maneuver a
large vehicle in a small space.
* The rear view camera is NOT intended for entertainment purposes. It is designed to
allow the driver to observe a towed boat or vehicle during transport.
** The optional rear-view camera must be a "reversed image" type.
Vehicle Dynamics Mode (8 Performance Displays)
Map View Mode
Tri-Zone Audio/Video Entertainment
While you obtain route guidance information, Tri-zone technology allows you
to listen to AM/FM/DAB satellite radio, play DVD movies for rear passengers,
and monitor the performance of the vehicle. Graphical screens and touch
panel operation make it extremely easy to access the AVIC-N1's full A/V
functions, including DVD/DVD-R/DVD-RW play, CD/CD-R/CD-RW play, MP3, CD
play, external DVD player control, DAB and changer control.
A/V Status Mode
MP3 Song List
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NEW FOR 2004
Rear Seat Mini Remote
Allows rear seat passenger to control
AVIC-N1's DVD playback functions.
For use only with AVIC-N1.
Vehicle Dynamics Mode Menu
Rear View Split Screen
Background Images Downloaded via CD-R
MP3 Song Information
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C D - S C 3 0 0 E
NEW FOR 2004
Trunk-Mount Extension System
Voice Command Pack
Cable (3m)
A package of a voice recognition
Extension between main unit and
the hideaway box.
mic and steering-wheel remote.
Map Database with Over 12 Million POI
(Points of Interest)
The AVIC-N1 comes with two DVD-ROMs that contain a massive 12 million
points of interest (POI) database with more than 248 different categories,
letting you search, for instance, for the nearest gas station, ATM, or restaurant.
As you are guided along your route, points of interest are overlaid onto the
map—particularly helpful when driving in unfamiliar areas. Easy-to-recognize
icons are extensively used to identify hotels, restaurants, banks, and even
specific chain store locations such as 76
convenience, Voice Command can be combined with the brandname search
function. Just say "Starbucks" and you'll be presented with a list of Starbucks
in your area—starting with the nearest first.
Fast Food Chains
Restaurant Chains
Restaurants
Groceries
Shopping
Gas Stations
Automotive
Rental Car Agencies
Car Dealers

Voice Command

Pioneer takes conventional voice command operations to a whole new level.
Not only is it more advanced in the sense of recognizing different voices and
commands, our 2004 system has moved into new media areas entirely. In
addition to using Voice Command to control your navigation system, you can
now use it to change media sources, radio stations, even adjust EQ levels. In
fact, it seems the only thing your voice recognition system doesn't do is
ignore you. To access Voice Command functions, the optional CD-VC1 Voice
Command Pack is required.
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NEW FOR 2004
NEW FOR 2004
Navigation Guidance Speaker
Optional guidance speaker for use
when the AVIC-N1 is connected to
a multi-channel processor.
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or Holiday Inn
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. For extra
Hotels
Entertainment
Leisure
Public Services/Facilities
Transportation
Medical
Schools
Banks and ATMs
* The list is not comprehensive. Logo designs are
subject to change.
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NEW FOR 2004
Universal Rear View Camera
Features include high resolution,
compact size and reversed-image
capability.
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