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Kenwood DNN990HD eXcelon WiFi-Embedded In-Dash Receiver with Bluetooth

by Kenwood
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  • In-Dash Navigation Receiver
  • Peak: 50 watts x 4 channels
  • RMS: 22 watts x 4 channels
  • Double-DIN
  • 6.95" Touchscreen Display
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Technical Details
Item Weight8.8 pounds
Product Dimensions15.3 x 10.4 x 8.4 inches
Item model numberDNN990HD
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Auxiliary InputiPod cable optional, Bluetooth optional
  
Additional Information
ASINB00B7IR5AW
Best Sellers Rank #31,354 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableFebruary 5, 2013
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Kenwood
  • Model: DNN990HD

Product Description

The Kenwood Excelon DNN990HD connects to a WiFi-enabled smartphone or mobile hotspot to enhance mobile navigation, access content across multiple media sources, receive and send Facebook and Twitter updates as well as manage e-mail hands-free, and share audio and video content in the vehicle with an external Kenwood touchscreen monitor/controller. All of this built-in technology is in addition to having a wide range of connected features, including built-in HD Radio, Pandora Internet Radio, iHeartRadio for Auto (iHeartAuto, Clear Channel's all-in-one digital music app specifically designed for use in-vehicle, streaming audio services, Bluetooth with audio streaming capabilities, on-board industry-leading Garmin navigation featuring INRIX real-time traffic and weather and being SiriusXM Ready (optional SiriusXM Vehicle Connect tuner and subscription required). The Kenwood Excelon DNN990HD connects to a WiFi-enabled smartphone or mobile hotspot to enhance mobile navigation, access content across multiple media sources, receive and send Facebook and Twitter updates as well as manage e-mail hands-free, and share audio and video content in the vehicle with an external Kenwood touchscreen monitor/controller. All of this built-in technology is in addition to having a wide range of connected features, including built-in HD Radio, Pandora Internet Radio, iHeartRadio for Auto (iHeartAuto, Clear Channels all-in-one digital music app specifically designed for use in-vehicle, streami

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With all that said, I really think these car stereos should be much better.
Oakweb
Every time I start up my car, I am out of my driveway and down the road before the radio starts.
EB
Would like to know if Kenwood is going to update the software to prevent all this issues.
Vince

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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By R. Eriks Goodwin-Pfister on January 19, 2014
Frankly, I have always considered Kenwood to be a great brand and I have bought many things from them over the years. But now I am convinced that whomever is responsible for releasing the Kenwood DNN990HD before it was really ready for the retail market should consider a job transfer to the Kenwood mail room or somewhere else more suitable for someone who obviously does not understand that there is a need to release quality products that actually work on a reliable basis.

First, the "Route Collector" system has *never* worked for me and the alleged ability to put music into a dropbox account for sharing to your DNN990HD is a complete non-working failure.

Next, the version of Android which runs this unit is so limited that it is no better than having some other half-baked proprietary system installed. The "apps" that are included are klunky and slow to respond. There is no ability to load my own apps, nor is there much capability for customizing my experience to what I want.

Frankly, for $2000+ as an installed product, I expect a LOT more.

Then, just when I had resigned myself to the mediocrity which is the Kenwood DNN990HD, I thought I saw hope in my future-- a firmware upgrade! I followed the instructions precisely and patiently waited for the 40 minute upgrade process to complete--only to find that ALL of my settings, GPS favorites and anything else which was personalized--were GONE. BLANK SLATE. Really? What upgrade EVER wipes out all of a user's settings, preferences and saved data??

What really scotched this unit for me is that about a week after re-creating ALL of my settings and favorites, the unit just goes into an endless reboot cycle-- where it reinitializes and reboots over and over and over.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By ScubaDiver on June 8, 2013
I installed this into a 2012 Honda Ridgeline. I added two 10 Kenwood Subs under the rear seat. MOST aftermarket Head Unit will kill your factory sub and the steering wheel controls (Which suck in the Honda, anyway) I will replace ALL of the door speakers this week, the stock speakers, after all of that, aren't up to par.

What I like: I love that I can get my email and have it read to me while I am driving. I can check Facebook (Which I don't care about) and Twitter. I like that for every source of music (Blue Tooth, Ipod, HD Radio,Pandora) You can adjust the music the way you want. It IS tedious, but once you do it, you will be glad.
There are 4 source screens. You SHOULD read the manual (It's long) if you want all the functionality out of it)
Some things that take getting used to: Lots of places to navigate to.You'll be glad for the PTT (Push to Talk) button and you can tell it what to do)
The Garmin GPS is superb as is the Parrot hands free.

What I dont like. The set up takes a while. Setting up the contrast on the screen is NOT intuitive.
You have to get an account on Route Collector before you can really use the unit The account is free for two years, but to me looks like Kenwoods
idea of NSA Data Collection. However, I used a fake name with NOSPAM in my last name. It will be obvious if they start sending me junk.

There are THREE cables. 2 USBs and 3.5 mm Male. My plans for those are to take out the center plug in between the seat heaters and put the plugs in there. I dont like the look of cables all over the place. For me one USB is for my Iphone and the other USB is for a hard drive that I can load all my music on and play it from there. I want to use the same idea as the HP pocket drive.
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By M. Ketteman on June 4, 2013
I purchased this from and had it installed at a Factory authorized dealer in San Francisco. I have a 2006 Honda Ridgeline and I'm replacing the stock high end navigation/sound system /SeriousXM. The existing stock unit has been great, it's just the technology has dramatically changed over the last 7 years. I wanted Blue tooth audio and phone calls, GPS with traffic and iPod control. The Wi-Fi was a nice extra. Sound is good, but not the major reason for the upgrade, so I'm concentrating on futures and there are problems...

First thing, the unit is not intuitive at all. You will need to read the instructions carefully and thoroughly. The instruction that come in the box are useless, download the manual off the Kenwood web site. They just released a newer firmware version on 5/31/13, it fixed some issues, mostly with Internet applications. I think this review will be an ongoing work.
The instructions for setting up accounts is terrible, it should be simple, but it's not, you will get error messages that give no clue to what you are doing wrong. I got them set up, but I'm not clear how they relate to other functions.

GPS... I use the model 9597LMT Garmin GPS for rental cars when I travel, so I'm familiar with the brand. The first thing I noticed is the Kenwood version is not up to par with the portable for software, skins and dash boards. If you lose power, even for a fraction of a second, you will lose everything you entered into the unit; seems to be true for GPS and HD radio (strangely, not for XM Radio). I think I've entered my most used addresses four times.
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