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Pioneer Pink Inno - Special Edition

$299.99
Pioneer Pink Inno - Special Edition
Pioneer PINK Inno XM+MP3 XM Satellite Radio Portable GEX-INNO1



Own the next generation portable live XM receiver- Pioneer Inno XM+MP3 Portable XM Satellite Radio. Store your favorite XM channels at home, in the car or on the go. Mix stored XM with your MP3s and CDs.



Highlights:



Get XM's 130 digital channels live on the go, in the home, and in the car
Record your favorite XM programs at home, in the car or on the go (no PC required)

Mix recorded XM with your MP3s and CDs

Create your own unique and original playlists

Manage playlists and files without computers and Internet

Record not only music, but also sports, talk shows, and more

Listen to what you want, when you want

Hear a great tune, tag it and purchase it online with XM+Napster

Get song recommendations on XM+Napster

Explore new music on both XM and XM+Napster


Features:


Live XM When Portable

MP3 (WMA) Storage and Play

Live XM When Docked

50 Hours of Storage

Compatible with XM + Napster

Home Dock Included

Built-in Wireless FM Transmitter (when docked in Vehicle Adaptor CDINCAR1)

Artist and TuneSelect

Sports and Stock Tickers


Specifications:



Size: 94mmH x 56mmW x 16mmD

Part Number: GEX-INNO1P

Warranty - 1 year

Weight: 4.5 Oz.


Included: home docking station and antenna, earbuds, cables, carrying case, XM + Napster CD



Optional Accessories:



Car Kit

Replacement Home Kit

Replacement Battery

IM4 - Playdock

Carry Case



What's The Difference Between Inno1 and Inno2?



The short answer is almost none. Both versions have exactly the same size, shape, features, accessories, storage size, software, and functions. The only difference between the Inno1 and Inno2 is the way that the built in FM transmitter sends the audio to your vehicle\'s FM radio. Both versions include an FM transmitter that is turned on when you insert the unit into an Inno Car Cradle. The Inno1 has a much more powerful FM transmitter and works very well in most situations without any additional cables or connections to your vehicle\'s FM radio. Last year, the FCC and CRTC ordered XM and Pioneer to reduce the output power of the built in FM transmitters. In order to comply with this request, yet still maintain the audio quality customers have come to expect from such devices, Pioneer added an accessory called SureConnect to the new Inno2 with the throttled-down FM transmitters. This is in essence a cable that connects from your Inno2 to an area as close as possible to your vehicle\'s external FM antenna minimizing the distance that the weaker FM signal has to travel from the Inno to your FM radio.



Which one is better?



If you are in an area with relatively few FM Stations, the Inno1 is a much better option as it is significantly less expensive and the more POWERFUL FM transmitter will do a great job, without having to run any additional cables to your vehicle's FM antenna.. If you are in a large urban market with many local FM stations, the Inno2 may work better as the SureConnect cable should overpower most local FM stations if connected to your vehicle's external FM antenna.



What if I am only using the Inno at home or portably and do not need the FM transmitter in my vehicle?



The Inno1 is your best value as the only difference between the Inno1 and Inno2 is the power of the FM modulator in the car cradle and the SureConnect you need to improve performance in the Inno2. If you will not be using the FM transmitter to move the audio from your Inno to your vehicle\'s FM radio, the Inno1 again is a better value as they are otherwise identical. You can always use an audio cable , cassette adapter, FM Direct connection, or an auxiliary input adapter for much improved sound quality over an wireless FM transmitter with SureConnect or without.

Pioneer Pink Inno - Special Edition

Pioneer Pink Inno - Special Edition

$299.99
$299.99

Vendor Pioneer
Description
Pioneer PINK Inno XM+MP3 XM Satellite Radio Portable GEX-INNO1



Own the next generation portable live XM receiver- Pioneer Inno XM+MP3 Portable XM Satellite Radio. Store your favorite XM channels at home, in the car or on the go. Mix stored XM with your MP3s and CDs.



Highlights:



Get XM's 130 digital channels live on the go, in the home, and in the car
Record your favorite XM programs at home, in the car or on the go (no PC required)

Mix recorded XM with your MP3s and CDs

Create your own unique and original playlists

Manage playlists and files without computers and Internet

Record not only music, but also sports, talk shows, and more

Listen to what you want, when you want

Hear a great tune, tag it and purchase it online with XM+Napster

Get song recommendations on XM+Napster

Explore new music on both XM and XM+Napster


Features:


Live XM When Portable

MP3 (WMA) Storage and Play

Live XM When Docked

50 Hours of Storage

Compatible with XM + Napster

Home Dock Included

Built-in Wireless FM Transmitter (when docked in Vehicle Adaptor CDINCAR1)

Artist and TuneSelect

Sports and Stock Tickers


Specifications:



Size: 94mmH x 56mmW x 16mmD

Part Number: GEX-INNO1P

Warranty - 1 year

Weight: 4.5 Oz.


Included: home docking station and antenna, earbuds, cables, carrying case, XM + Napster CD



Optional Accessories:



Car Kit

Replacement Home Kit

Replacement Battery

IM4 - Playdock

Carry Case



What's The Difference Between Inno1 and Inno2?



The short answer is almost none. Both versions have exactly the same size, shape, features, accessories, storage size, software, and functions. The only difference between the Inno1 and Inno2 is the way that the built in FM transmitter sends the audio to your vehicle\'s FM radio. Both versions include an FM transmitter that is turned on when you insert the unit into an Inno Car Cradle. The Inno1 has a much more powerful FM transmitter and works very well in most situations without any additional cables or connections to your vehicle\'s FM radio. Last year, the FCC and CRTC ordered XM and Pioneer to reduce the output power of the built in FM transmitters. In order to comply with this request, yet still maintain the audio quality customers have come to expect from such devices, Pioneer added an accessory called SureConnect to the new Inno2 with the throttled-down FM transmitters. This is in essence a cable that connects from your Inno2 to an area as close as possible to your vehicle\'s external FM antenna minimizing the distance that the weaker FM signal has to travel from the Inno to your FM radio.



Which one is better?



If you are in an area with relatively few FM Stations, the Inno1 is a much better option as it is significantly less expensive and the more POWERFUL FM transmitter will do a great job, without having to run any additional cables to your vehicle's FM antenna.. If you are in a large urban market with many local FM stations, the Inno2 may work better as the SureConnect cable should overpower most local FM stations if connected to your vehicle's external FM antenna.



What if I am only using the Inno at home or portably and do not need the FM transmitter in my vehicle?



The Inno1 is your best value as the only difference between the Inno1 and Inno2 is the power of the FM modulator in the car cradle and the SureConnect you need to improve performance in the Inno2. If you will not be using the FM transmitter to move the audio from your Inno to your vehicle\'s FM radio, the Inno1 again is a better value as they are otherwise identical. You can always use an audio cable , cassette adapter, FM Direct connection, or an auxiliary input adapter for much improved sound quality over an wireless FM transmitter with SureConnect or without.

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