I have a Pioneer AVIC F900BT. One of the best headunits in terms of features. Only complain I have with some of the high end Pioneer head units is that they run on Windows CE. So it takes them an eternity to boot up when you turn on the car. Other than that they are amazing head units. Bring it to a professional shop to get wired in. My daily driver Lexus is an electrical wiring nightmare. Most of the things are integrated and even have 5 different ECU's for different components of the car. I found a handy wiring diagram and wired the head unit myself and works perfectly. If you're good with electrical systems than you should be fine. Just take your time.I'm looking to upgrade the audio system in my Genesis Sedan. I've always been a fan of Pioneer equipment. Has anyone installed Pioneer sound equipment in their ride? Let me know what set up you have.
Sadly that the case now with most cars. The car manufacturers try to tie in all the electrical components together to make it hard to put aftermarket electronics in the car. Therefore forcing you to upgrade to the premium OEM headunit that they sell. Its not impossible just very hard.I had no idea changing the deck would be so difficult. I guess I never thought about all the stuff that runs from it.