durocshark at gmail.com
Mon Dec 22 19:36:12 MST 2014
I used Pioneers in my busses in the past with no daylight problems aside
from the fact that ANY display will kinda suck in the location they gave us
in a bus. I currently have a Pioneer DEH-9400 in my Saab with a qi enabled
pocket so I can just drop my phone in there and it charges. No cords, just
drop the phone in, Bluetooth connects, phone charges, and I'm Pandora-ing
or Hello Internet podcasting. But the Saab of course is double-din, hence
Another thing I like about the Pioneer is the OLED display has a wide range
of colors, so you can green it or amber it or white it. Whatever works best
in your vehicle.
On Mon, Dec 22, 2014 at 6:32 PM, c.dreike <c.dreike at verizon.net> wrote:
> Howdy collective brain.
> Have any of you volks installed a blue tooth enabled radio into your bus?
> I'm looking to do just that. I've looked at Kenwood, Pioneer and Alpine so
> far. All have a dim display that is hard to read in daylight. I'm leaning
> towards the Alpines that include an HD receiver.
> I currently have an 11 year old Pioneer (also a dim display). Just would
> like to have a hands free for my phone.
> Any opinions or thoughts?
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