Verdict

The AVH-2300NEX from Pioneer, a company that’s well-known for its impressive track record of top-notch A/V receivers, offers the sleek looks, user-friendliness, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and remarkable audio lucidity that every car owner seeks at the tip of your fingers. Highly recommended.

Pros

  • Straightforward installation process
  • Wide VGA display screen
  • Features a user-friendly interface
  • Impressive sound quality
  • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

Cons

  • No installed navigation system
  • Bit slow due to old processing unit

Review

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The AVH-2300NEX features an AM/FM stereo tuner that allows you to pinpoint your preferred radio station with ease. You don’t have to worry about reception issues because the stations will automatically be fine-tuned to pick up on the perfect frequency with just one touch from you.

The 7” display screen features multi-color illumination that gives it good clarity in almost all lighting conditions. The interface is fully customizable, so you can arrange the icon to your liking at any time. The touchscreen interface almost resembles that of a smartphone or a tablet. You’ll find it to be very responsive.

The great thing about having such a commodious display screen is that you can keep your kids entertained on their way to school if you’re a family man. Couple that with superior audio quality coming out of a pair of quality speakers and you have your own in-car movie theater – you can chech out more in dash DVD players here .

With the aid of Bluetooth hands-free calling, you can use the stereo system to answer your calls while your hands remain on the wheel. Moreover, you no longer have to deal with cables when it comes to using the AVH-2300NEX because it features wireless audio streaming, in addition to remote control.

The connection is very quick for the most part, meaning you can start listening to music from the moment you jump in your car. However, with more capacious memory cards, you’ll have to wait a minute or two until the data is uploaded onto the unit. The loading time on streaming accounts such as Spotify is almost instantaneous.

The thing that takes away from the Pioneer AVH-2300NEX is that it lacks a navigational system. It may not be that big of a deal since you can actually connect it to your phone via Bluetooth and turn it into a navigational system, but it’s still a con.

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Features & Specifications

  • RMS Power: 22 Watt
  • Peak Output: 50 Watt
  • Preamp Outputs: 6-channel
  • Screen Size: 6.94″
  • Bluetooth Compatible: Yes
  • Backup Camera Input: Yes
  • Second Camera Input: No
  • USB Input: Rear
  • AUX Input: Rear
  • Smartphone Features: Siri® Eyes Free, Apple CarPlay™, Android Auto™, Pandora® Station Creation, Pandora® Control, AppRadio Mode+, Spotify® Control, and Voice Control.

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Vincent Talbot
Pioneer AVH-2300NEX Review
4.8Overall Score

Last update on 2019-10-14 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API