Released February, 2008
The Pros:Video is very clear and detailed, screen is sharp and vibrant. Installation instructions are easy to understand, fairly complete. Looks clean and simple, sits flush with the dash for a "stock" look.
The Cons:Need to read the owner's manual to work out the controls, not very intuitive. Some glitches reading from a connected iPod, sometimes needs to be reconnected. Installation is a little too involved for first-timers.
The Kenwood DDX712 is a high-end in-dash media entertainment receiver for automobiles. Kenwood claims this receivers' slick design and stylish GUI will "spice-up" any ride. It includes an "easy-to-read" 6.95" LCD touchscreen display that offers 3 custom GUI skin selections.
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In addition the DDX712 receiver is satellite radio, HD Radio, and Kenwood's hands-free Bluetooth unit ready; meaning they can be added at any time and are purchased seperately. Additional features include a USB 2.0 port with direct control of connected peripherals from the receiver, fast access to iPod Audio/Video with high-speed iPod control, 3 sets of 2V Pre-outs (F/R/Sub) and navigation ready support. The device also includes a remote control for hands free control of the receiver. The Kenwood DDX712 was released on February 9, 2008 and has an MSRP of $799.99.
- 6.95" LCD touchscreen display
- 3 custom GUI skin selections
- Media Playback Support
- Plays DVDs, DVD-Rs, DVD-RWs, DivX, CDs, CD-Rs, CD-RWs, Video CDs, JPEG images, and MP3/WMA/AAC discs
- Satellite Radio, HD Radio, and Bluetooth ready (Device add-ons Sold-seperately)
- USB 2.0 port; fully controlled on device
- Fast iPod audio/video access with high-speed iPod control
- 3 Sets of 2V pre-outs (F/R/Sub)
- Navigation ready
- Included Remote control
- Rear-view camera input
- Weight: 8 Pounds
- Dimensions: 7.2 in x 6.2 in x 4.4 in
- Release Date: 02/09/2008
- MSRP: $799.99
User Reviews (1)
video is very clear and detailed, screen is sharp and vibrant
installation instructions are easy to understand, fairly complete
looks clean and simple, sits flush with the dash for a "stock" look
easy to add extra functions on it down the road
everything is fully customizeable to your liking
need to read the owner's manual to work out the controls, not very intuitive
some glitches reading from a connected iPod, sometimes needs to be reconnected
installation is a little too involved for first-timers
volume buttons are very small, a bit hard to feel when driving
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