Wednesday, October 4, 2023

Pioneer India launches 3 Alexa built-in car AV receivers


Pioneer India, the car infotainment device manufacturer, has announced the launch of three car AV receivers with Alexa built-in feature. These are DMH-Z6350BT (6.8-inch car stereo), DMH-ZS9350BT (9-inch car stereo) and DMH-ZF9350BT (9-inch floating display car stereo). These three Pioneer India DMH receivers come priced at Rs 49,990, Rs 79,990 and Rs 84,990 respectively.

The DMH-Z6350BT comes with a 6.8-inch capacitive type WVGA display screen. The DMH-ZS9350BT comes with a 9-inch capacitive type HD display screen. It’s mechanical design is claimed to be allowing the AV panel to be installed separately from the main unit, expanding options for installation.

As Pioneer India claims, created with Alexa, the cloud-based voice service from Amazon, these car AV receivers are excellent for multitasking and have been designed to provide a seamless driving experience.

The different designs of these three car AV receivers are crafted to cater to the needs of different types of cars and users, claims Pioneer India.

Talking about the utility of these three Pioneer India DMH receivers, with the Amazon Alexa built-in feature, users can talk to Alexa directly. With these, the customers can ask Alexa to play music, listen to the news, check the weather, add items to their shopping cart, control smart home devices etc. The users can also connect their mobile phones with these infotainment devices to use their mobile apps, make calls through these DMH receivers.

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