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  • FS:PioneerDEH-P8500MP CD/WMA/MP3 Player-OEL Display w/Motorized Dual Display,AUXinput

    sup fellas, i got for sale a PioneerDEH-P8500MP CD/WMA/MP3 Player-OEL Display w/Motorized Dual Display, an also included is the remote and optional aux. works like a charm, in very new condition GUARANTEED, minor little bitty scraches around the rob but u cant even see those....retails for about $359.95, im letting it go for $240 shipped, obo

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    this is what i found for description and specs

    Prepare to be amazed! At first glance, the DEHP-8500MP appears to be a sleek, no-frills CD player. With a touch of a button, the brushed aluminum face slides down to reveal a second face! Best of all, the second face features Pioneer's cutting edge Organic EL Display. The large secondary face's high-res display will amaze you with its full motion animated 3D graphics. There are even screensavers built-in! Pioneer’s legendary Supertuner III ensures top-notch radio reception and features 24-station presets. CD playback is also cutting edge: AGC (Automatic Gain Control) ensures optimal CD tracking performance and playback is compatible with Digital Audio CD-R and CD-RW (when disc is finalized), as well as MP3 and WMA files. The CD section also features disc-title memory and CD-text decoder. The DEH-P8500MP uses Pioneer’s IP-Bus system for seamless interfacing with optional multi-disc changers, voice commander controllers, and TV tuners. If you plan on using this receiver to power a set of speakers, Pioneer’s exclusive MOSFET50 amplifier will amaze you with its power output and performance. A low-pass crossover with 18dB/octave slope is also built-in for the ultimate in upgrade flexibility. Pioneer’s exclusive EEQ circuitry allows for quick adjustment to the five factory and two user defined EQ presets. Pioneer’s Automatic Sound Levelizer reduces the effects of road noise so you’ll hear nothing but sweet tunes from your stereo. Comes complete with wireless remote.
    Features:

    Dual Motorized Detachable Faceplate

    MOSFET 50W x 4 (max)

    XM Radio Ready

    Credit Card Sized Remote

    Pop-Up Rotary Volume Control

    EEQ Performance Chip

    3-Band Parametric Equalizer (Adjustable Level, Frequency, and Q Factor)

    Easy EQ (EEQ) switches 5 Factory, 2 User EQ Presets (Super Bass, Powerful,

    Natural, Vocal, Flat, Custom 1, and Custom 2)

    Source Custom EQ Memory (Independent Custom Memory for each source)

    Selectable Loudness Control (Low/Mid/High/Off)

    SFEQ (Sound Focus EQ)

    Additional Independent Bass / Treble Control for Front and Rear

    Three 4-Volt RCA Preouts (Front, Rear, and Sub)

    Front/Rear High-Pass Filter (50/80/125Hz, 12dB/oct)

    Selectable Low-Pass Filter (50/80/125Hz, 18dB/oct)

    Sub-Out Level (-12dB to +12dB) with Phase Control

    IP-Bus System Control

    MCD Control

    TV Tuner Control

    Auxiliary Input (CD-RB10 or CD-RB20 required)

    2 External Unit Control

    S.L.A. (Source Level Adjustment)

    Selectable Fader Control

    Organic EL Display (128 x 33 pixel)

    Full-motion 3D graphic animations including 2 screensavers (Dolphins, Racing)

    2 Level Meters and 4 background animations

    Clock display and off (text-only) modes

    16-character text display with Adjustable brightness level

    Cellular Mute Capability (CD-CM1 required)

    Compact Disc: Track Scan/Pause/Repeat/Random Play
    Audible Fast forward/Reverse

    Playback Compatible with Digital CD-R and CD-RW

    Disc Title Memory (48 Discs)

    CD Text and ID3 Tag Capability

    MP3 / WMA CD-R Playback

    3-beam laser pick-up with AGC (Automatic Gain Control)

    1-bit D/A Converter with 8x oversampling

    Anti-shock mechanism

    Radio: Supertuner III

    24-Station/6-Button (18FM / 6AM) Presets

    BSM (Best Station Memory)

    Up/Down Seek with Selectable Local Seek Tuning

    MP3 Player SpecificationsAnti Theft: Removable Faceplate

    Preamp Outputs: 3 sets

    Preamp Output Voltage: 4 volts

    CD Changer Controls: yes

    Remote Control: yes

    RMS Power: 20W x 4

    Peak Power: 50W x 4

    CD Frequency Response: 5-20,000 Hz

    FM Mono Sensitivity: 10 dBf

    CD Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 94 dB

    Amp Total Harmonic Distortion: n/a

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      • #4
        posted on ebay, still open to offers....shoot me a pm, or bid on ebay!

        http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...tem=8071203470

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        • #5
          That's a very old model. And they only go for 200+ on ebay... not 300 dollars!
          I had one for 3 years. It's nice... but old now
          Current Setup

          Nexus 7 Tablet
          Built in head unit
          Brutus 1500Watt Amp
          Two Boston 12" subs

          2006 Infiniti M45 Sport ;) My 4 door Camaro... lol

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          • #6
            Thank you for the lovely bump, but this is def. worth the money

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            • #7
              Whats your reserve at?
              Take my advice: Do not try to build a system that includes EVERY feature. Start with the basics, build it to a bug free state, and THEN add on.

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              • #8
                16 hours left!

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                • #9
                  2 more hours left!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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                  • #10
                    36 mins!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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                    • #11
                      still for sale, shoot me a reasonable offer

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                      • #12
                        If it had the ability to take in 2 aux input sources I'd make a deal with you. They are nice HU's.
                        C134, EPIA M10000, 512mb, M1-ATX, DWW-700H, Seagate 40GB, Panasonic DVD/CDRW
                        Alpine ERE-180 EQ

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by blustreak
                          If it had the ability to take in 2 aux input sources I'd make a deal with you. They are nice HU's.
                          ,yes they are, thanks for the bump

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                          • #14
                            I'd buy it... it's a really nice deck. Too bad I already have a pretty alright Pioneer. How much would you let it go for ? I definetly wouldn't pay more than 200 for it...
                            Current Setup

                            Nexus 7 Tablet
                            Built in head unit
                            Brutus 1500Watt Amp
                            Two Boston 12" subs

                            2006 Infiniti M45 Sport ;) My 4 door Camaro... lol

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                            • #15
                              pm sent

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