Released March, 2010
The Pros:Big enough screen- display is big and bright. Rich sound- works well with your car's factory speakers. The volume and seek buttons are isolated and easy to use.
The Cons:Menu seems somewhat difficult to use- especially when driving. Can be a challenge to sync your phone (takes forever to get paired).
The Kenwood DDX616 is a mid-range audio/visual head unit that serves as a follow-up to the Kenwood DDX516. For the most part they are the same, but now Bluetooth is integrated allowing for hands-free audio and interfacing with Bluetooth enabled devices.
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The 6.1 inch touchscreen display allows for full control of a connected iPod, and additional inputs are available through a rear USB, AV, or Rear Camera input. An AV output is also available for external displays, if needed. In addition to playing DVDs the player is compatible with MP3, WMA, AAC, MPEG, and burned CD formats. Audio is output to 4 channels at 50 watts, and preouts are available for additional front, rear and subwoofer amplifiers. With additional accessories, this unit is Navigation, Satellite, and HD Radio ready.
- 6.1 in touchscreen display
- Built-in Bluetooth
- 50 w x 4 channel output
- Front, rear, subwoofer preout
- USB, AV, Rear Camera input
- AV output
- MP3, WMA, AAC, MPEG 1 & 2, DVD R/RW, CD R/RW
- Variable Illumination
- Full iPod control
- Navigation Ready with KNA-G610
- Satellite Ready with optional adaptors
- HD Radio Ready with KTC-HR300
User Reviews (1)
Big enough screen- display is big and bright
Rich sound- works well with your car's factory speakers
The volume and seek buttons are isolated and easy to use
Menu seems somewhat difficult to use- especially when driving
Can be a challenge to sync your phone (takes forever to get paired)
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