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Old 03-03-2009, 02:48 PM
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Pioneer Premiere


I am wondering, what is the difference between a pioneer premiere HU and just a normal pioneer HU? Also is their a difference in the U.S.A pioneer HU and Canadain pioneer HU since they have different modle numbers?

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Old 03-03-2009, 02:56 PM
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Hi Mike,

The US canada model differences don't exist. I think canada's website still has alot of last years models still being listed. The primary difference between Pioneer, and Pio Premiere, is the 2 year warranty. Also with pioneer Premiere head units that do iPod..they come with the ipod cables. Also on some models the differrence is a 3rd RCA output and sometimes at higher voltage 4V instead of 2.2V.
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Which makes the Premiere units well worth purchasing.
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from my experience with the premiere head units has been good. especially their higher end models. what models are you looking at? 5volt preouts are always nice and plenty of tuning options make them great head units.
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