The NFC is back, and now you can add NFC-powered stereo receivers to your car stereo.
That means you can plug in your iPhone or Android smartphone and connect a pair of these NFC-enabled car stereo receivers.
The latest version of the Pioneer AVIC-6200NX, known as the Pioneer Avanti-X-Pod, is the latest in Pioneer’s lineup of NFC-equipped audio players.
It also has NFC-compatible Apple EarPods, and you can pair them to your iPhone with the Pioneer Remote app.
These units are compatible with Apple’s iOS and Android operating systems.
The Pioneer AVic-6201NX features NFC and a 2.4GHz processor, which means it’s compatible with most iPhone and Android smartphones, as well as Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems, but it’s not yet compatible with iOS and OS X. It’s currently the only car stereo with NFC connectivity.
The Pioneer AVF-7010NX is the Pioneer’s newest version of its NFC-based Avantia-X series of car stereos.
It supports Apple’s AirPlay streaming service.
You can also use the Pioneer remote to pair the Avantias to your Bluetooth audio players, which can also be connected via Bluetooth or an iPhone’s Lightning port.
The AVF 7010Nx comes in a variety of colors, including black, red, white, green, and blue.
If you want to get a little bit fancier, Pioneer also offers the Pioneer S-10X, which is a 2-way car stereo that uses Bluetooth to pair with a variety more expensive car stereotyper receivers.
It has a 3.5-inch touchscreen, with a built-in microphone, a USB port, and HDMI input for audio.
It can also support Apple AirPlay and Windows Media Player.
Pioneer is also launching a new $100, $200, and $300 car stereo called the Pioneer ST1000NX.
It will support a variety other car stereovisions and, most importantly, the Pioneer Pioneer AV-X100V.
It sports a 5.1-channel sound system, which makes it the most capable car stereo for iOS devices and Android phones.
The unit supports Apple Airplay and Apple’s proprietary AirPlay Direct technology.
It comes in three colors: red, yellow, and white.
Pistons latest car stereo is the new AVF7010, which also includes the Aveda AVV-7 and Avedad AVV7-5.
These receivers feature a 5-inch screen with a resolution of 800×480 pixels, and support Apple’s AV Direct 2.0 technology.
They’re compatible with the Apple AirPort Extreme, Apple’s Lightning-to-USB-C, and Android phone apps.
You can find a complete list of Pioneer’s NFC-supported cars on the Pioneer website.