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Pioneer knows that there's more to building a great DVD receiver than just adding a screen. That's why their AVH-P3100DVD receiver combines built-in music, video, and ample expansion options into a distinctive but easy-to-use package that makes a real statement in your car's double-sized dash space. The AVH-P3100DVD's 5.8" LCD touchscreen shows videos and movies in bright, clear detail when you're parked, and doubles as an easy-to-use touchscreen for controlling your car audio system when you're driving. You'll have plenty of music choices while you're cruising. The AVH-P3100DVD plays music files you've burned onto CDs or DVDs — just slip in a disc and you'll have hours of music on tap for those epic road trips. Use Pioneer's Touchslide Fastforward/Rewind system to find your favorite tunes by simply dragging a fingertip across the screen. The powerful internal amp drives your tunes with authority, while the 3-band equalizer provides tone-shaping opportunities galore. Activate the built-in high- and low-pass filters to improve the performance of your speaker setup. Two pairs of high-voltage preamp outputs simplify connecting external amplifiers. Purchase Pioneer's CD-IU50V iPod® adapter and add your favorite playlists to the music mix. You can even watch your iPod's videos on the receiver's screen. When your iPod is connected, the receiver bypasses your iPod's built-in digital-to-analog converter, using its high-quality DAC to deliver your music files with the highest fidelity possible.Add an optional satellite radio tuner and enjoy an unparalleled variety of news, sports, talk, and commercial-free music, or add an HD Radio™ tuner for the sweet sound of free HD Radio™ AM/FM broadcasts. Connect a game system or another external A/V source to the rear A/V input, and use the front-panel aux input for other audio sources. You can even add a rear-view camera for extra safety when backing up in tight spots. Add Pioneer's Bluetooth® adapter and talk hands-free when you're driving — it's much safer than fumbling around for your phone when you get an important call.