9" - Amazon Alexa, Android Auto™, Apple CarPlay®, Bluetooth® - Multimedia Digital Media Receiver
The all new DMH-WT76NEX floating display configuration allows a large display to be installed using a universal 1-DIN chassis. The floating screen offers horizontal, vertical and tilt adjustability to ensure the best fit and usability in the vehicle's dash.
The DMH-WT76NEX in-dash receiver features the latest automotive connectivity solutions, including Amazon Alexa Built-in. With Alexa, users can talk to Amazon Alexa directly through the Pioneer DMH-WT76NEX receiver. With Alexa, you can ask to play music, hear the news, check the weather, control smart home devices2, and more. Alexa lives in the cloud, so it’s always getting smarter, adding new capabilities that are delivered to compatible devices automatically. Using Alexa with the Pioneer units is simple and hands-free – just ask, and Alexa will respond instantly.
The DMH-WT76NEX supports a cable free connection between your smartphone and the receiver using Wi-Fi® wireless connectivity.
Now compatible with both Android Auto Wireless (available on Google Pixel and Nexus devices)¹ and Android Auto over USB, the DMH-WT76NEX makes it easier than ever to connect. Android Auto¹ makes it easier to access your favorite navigation, media and communication apps on the road while minimizing distractions.
Compatibility with Apple CarPlay® supports connecting to an iPhone® device using either a wireless connection or a wired USB connection.
Now you no longer need to worry about taking your smartphone out of your bag or your pocket before you get into your car.
The DMH-WT76NEX features Apple CarPlay®, the smarter, safer and more fun way to use your iPhone® in the car. Apple CarPlay gives iPhone users an incredibly intuitive way to make calls, use Maps, listen to music, and verbally send and listen to messages with just a word or a touch. Apple CarPlay requires iPhone 5 or newer with the latest version of iOS.
The DMH-WT76NEX also features Android Auto, which extends the Android platform into the car in a way that’s purpose-built for driving. Android Auto automatically brings you useful information and organizes it into simple cards that appear just when they’re needed. It’s designed to minimize distraction so you can stay focused on the road ahead.
Android Auto is compatible with Android phones running Android 5.0 (Lollipop) or later. Android Auto may not be available on all devices.
The Pioneer DMH-WT76NEX in-dash receiver is compatible with the CarAVAssist App which supports web browsing, home screen customization and other functions. You can bookmark websites that you want to enjoy in your car, register your favorite sports teams to receive real-time game updates, make notifications settings for your smartphone, and more. The app also allows you to customize your receiver's home screen, including adding your own background image, and easily performing OTA Firmware Updates.
The DMH-WT76NEX features a built-in HD Radio™ tuner, which allows you to enjoy your radio in an all-new way. Besides broadcasting in clear digital quality, many stations offer extra local FM channels so you can enjoy more music, news, and sports – all 100% subscription FREE! Your FM stations now with near CD-quality sound (on single channel stations), AM stations now in stereo and sounding like FM stations, and crystal-clear reception with no audio distortion.
With HD Radio, you'll also see song titles, album art, and station information and be able to tag new discoveries.
Simply connect a SiriusXM SXV300 tuner to the Pioneer receiver and receive additional features like TuneMix™, SportsFlash™ and Traffic and Weather Now™. To learn more or to purchase the tuner, visit SiriusXM.
The DMH-WT76NEX supports factory functions via the iDatalink Maestro RR interface including: Steering Wheel Controls, Media Player (including the factory AUX-in and USB ports), Hands-Free Telephone, Voice Commands, Satellite Radio, and Secondary Display Support.
Back Up Camera input enables you to add a rear-view camera, with the system automatically switching to a full-screen image of the rear view when the car is placed in reverse gear. The full-screen image returns to the source screen last in use when the vehicle is taken out of reverse gear.