Updating xm icons for avic z1
Click here for a copy of instructions that you can print out and take to your vehicle.When we got our first look at the Pioneer AVIC-Z1 head unit at CES 2006, we were impressed.Receive traffic information, restaurants and coffee locations personalized to you instantly, safely and easily.Stop Wasting Time Stuck in Traffic — Pioneer Navigation Systems featuring XM Nav Traffic™ When combined with the GEX-P10XMT XM Digital Satellite Data & Audio Receiver, compatible Pioneer Navigation Systems can receive detailed traffic information as well as XM Radio audio service - this "dual-ensemble" receiver can do it all! The AVIC-Z140BH features the NAVTEQ® map database that covers the United States (including Alaska and Hawaii), Canada, and Puerto Rico and includes over 12 million POIs (points of interests).
Wiring up the main head unit is pretty straightforward, and we managed connect it to four main speakers and its additional media modules without the need for any special equipment.
In addition to the four standard speakers, the unit has separate RCA connectors for two more pairs of speakers and a subwoofer, all of which require separate amplifiers.
There are also RCA connections for a rear video display, external video components, and a rearview camera, which is sold separately.
XM Nav Traffic Overview Read more about XM Nav Traffic and the XM Radio functionality in this XM Nav Traffic article.
Compatibility The GEX-P10XMT is compatible with the AVIC-Z1, Z2 and Z3, AVIC-N1, N2, N3 and N4, and AVIC-D1, D2 and D3 Navigation Systems.