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Follow Your Guide The AVIC-Z2 uses a Text-to-Speech (TTS) engine and Tele Atlas phoneme data, which enables the system to accurately pronounce street names during voice guidance. You can listen to music while at the ripping and storing tracks at 4 times the playing speed.For example, the system will pronounce "turn right on La Jolla Street" with an "H", greatly improving its assistance ability. The system also includes the Gracenote CDDB™ Music Recognition Service, which automatically "tags" the music you record with the artist name, song title, genre, and album title.Smart Routing Algorithm The AVIC-Z1 uses a "smart routing algorithm" to analyze and assess routes by taking into account current road data — such as posted speed limits, number of turns to the destination, etc. Advanced Voice Recognition with Larger Vocabulary The AVIC-Z1's advanced voice recognition makes voice command much easier than ever.You can search for destinations by saying a name — like "LAX" — without having to specify a category, such as "airport." Full address searches can be done by saying the city name, street name, and address.And with a built-in HDD music library, DVD playback on the large 7-inch display, the Z3 ensures that you'll be entertained every minute along the way.What's New For 2008, the AVIC-Z3 replaces the AVIC-Z2 featuring all of the powerful capabilities of its predecessor, while adding some cool new enhancements, including: Smarter Navigation and Familiar Path Routing The AVIC-Z3 uses a "smart routing algorithm" to analyze and assess routes by taking into account current road data - such as posted speed limits, number of turns to the destination, etc. It also conveniently "remembers" your frequently traveled roads and uses that personal historical information to help you navigate.
The AVIC-Z1 is a double-DIN sized, all-in-one navigation system that uses a 30GB hard disk drive (HDD), to deliver information, entertainment, and convenience to drivers.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!XM Nav Traffic* powered by NAVTEQ Traffic allows Pioneer Navigation Systems to serve as a powerful tool that helps the driver understand traffic conditions and routes the driver to their destination avoiding traffic congestion.You can search for destinations by saying a name - like "LAX" - without having to specify a category, such as "airport." Full address searches can be done by saying the city name, street name, and address.The system can also accept multiple commands, such as "go to LAX and display San Francisco." In addition, the system can recognize a larger vocabulary than ever, letting you use alternative words for the same command - such as "go to" or "search," instead of "destination." Voice commands for A/V sources and other attachments like Bluetooth wireless-enabled cell phones are just as easy. The AVIC-Z2 allows use of up to 10 gigabytes of its HDD space for a music library.
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