Pioneer, being the leader in car electronics had introduced two quality reference of in-car audio components, the PRS-D800 a class D full range amplifier and the DEH-80PRS a receiver. The two new components is said to rise in popularity as they are said to improve the audio performance of vehicles and to enhance the enjoyment of entertainment. Both of the said models inherited the superiority and design elements from the Stage 4 Pioneer ultra-end car audio system. Both components maximize the sound quality becoming one of the superior components in the range of vehicle electronics.
Ted Cardenas, the director of the Pioneer Electronics Inc. (USA) stated that their Stage 4 line of products are developed, built and designed for the main purpose of obtaining the high quality of music reproduction inside the car, which is rarely achieved by any vehicle having even the perfect and finest audios systems. The goal is set on designing the two products capable of producing same levels of listening and musicality environment plus the ease of installation. In achieving the perfect flexibility, Cardenas stated that they have combined the engineering of Stage 4 products with the innovative technology and new solution to come up with the two new inventions.
The CD receiver DEH-80PRS offers maximum and convenience in terms of connectivity functions and features with customizable illumination, Bluetooth, Dual ports for USB (iPhone and iPod, etc.), three line LCD displays and more. Looking at the pure performance of the electronic, it is capable of utilizing the audiophile design along with the component to maximize the sound quality and environment within the car. The car electronic is said to be available on April with the suggested pricing of $350.
Next is the PRS-D800, which is classified as a Class D two channel amplifier. The electronic is unique with outstanding sound quality, high power, compact in size and of course, with its optimization, it is already considered as the building block of amplifier systems. The tech is about ten inches long with a four to one over eight inches ratio. The design is sleek and flexible to fit the side and even stacked on the car. The electronic is substantial in producing a hundred and twenty five watts channel to four ohms stereo. The PRS-D800 is said to be available also on April with a suggested pricing of $300. Pioneer, being known for developing hi-tech car electronics is in focus of developing more in-car electronics to better enhance entertainment and pleasures.