Connect two Bluetooth phones simultaneously to the DEHS5050BT. Now calls can be picked up by either of the paired phones, eliminating the need to pair and un-pair devices. Bluetooth Audio Streaming (A2DP, AVRCP 1.6) makes it possible to display information embedded in songs. Simple Paring (SSP,PIN code not needed).
WORKS WITH SPOTIFY
With Spotify being a dedicated A/V source on the DEHS5050BT, you now have the ability to control content from the Spotify app on iPhone and Android devices. You can play, pause and skip tracks, browse playlists, albums and radio stations on the go using the Pioneer controls. If you are a Spotify premium user (requires a monthly paid subscription), you can enjoy ad-free, high quality music even when there is no internet connection.
SIRI® EYES FREE
To minimise distractions even more while driving iPhone users can use voice commands to ask Siri questions to access many iPhone functions such as music selection; making phone calls; and listening to text message, calendar information, and reminders. Users with an iPhone® 4s or newer can take advantage of Siri® Eyes Free functionality with a touch of a button. When activated, Siri voice prompts play through the vehicle’s speakers and the user’s commands and questions are received and transmitted to the receiver using the external microphone.
USB DIRECT CONTROL FOR IPOD®/IPHONE
The DEHS5050BT is ready to roll with direct connectivity to your iPod or iPhone for music playback via an authentic Apple USB to lightning cable. Powerful tools such as Link Search and Alphabet Search help you find content faster. The system’s wired USB connection provides direct digital signal transfer from the device for clean, clear sound, while keeping your iPod or iPhone charged.
ANDROID MUSIC SUPPORT
Android devices running operating system 4.0 or later can be connected so music stored on their phone can be played on the DEH-X4950BT, without the need for an app. The process is made possible using Media Transfer Protocol (MTP). MTP allows the receiver to recognize the Android smartphone as a music storage device. Users can now access music via USB stored on an Android device and operate basic operations like FF, REW, Play, Pause, Random Play, and Repeat. Metadata information such as track, artist, and album name can be displayed.