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Pandora and Pioneer Teaming Up to Bring Pandora to Your Vehicle

Pandora and Pioneer Team Up to Put Internet Radio in Your Car

If you're a Pandora fan who streams the service at home, at work, and on your phone, then I'm about to make your day: Pandora is partnering with Pioneer to bring the streaming service to your car. In March, Pioneer will begin selling a new device, dubbed the AVIC-920BT, providing navigation and entertainment tools, which can link up with your iPhone or iPod Touch and transfer your Pandora settings to rock while you ride.

The device is Bluetooth enabled, but it won't be using it to stream Pandora to your car —its receiver can detect iPhones that utilize the Pandora App, then mirrors up to 40 playlists and favorites while on-the-go. It comes with a six inch WVGA touchscreen, and unfortunately the device will set you back quite a bit ($1200 big ones). Additionally, there's no mention of hooking up with the AVIC via your BlackBerry.

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i-heart-monster i-heart-monster 6 years
I think it's dumb. Just buy a Motorola Rokr bluetooth speakerphone, hook it up to your phone that has Pandora on it, and then play it through your speakers. My hubbie and I did this on our mega-roadtrip this year (Utah to Colorado to Nebraska to South Dakota to Wyoming to Montana to Idaho to Washington to Oregon back to Utah for the flight home) and we had Pandora with Verizon service for like 80% of it. The rest of it, we played audiobooks from the audible.com app on the Blackberry through the Rockr. The bluetooth speakerphone cost me $65.00 on Amazon.com just over a year ago... fraction of the cost... More possibilities.
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