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Kenwood DNX6990HD 6.1" Double Din Navigation/DVD Receiver with Bluetooth/HD Radio and Pandora Control for iPhone

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  • Kenwood DNX6990HD Double Din Navigation/DVD Receiver
  • WVGA High resolution disply
  • Screen Size: 6.1"
  • Advanced Application mode
  • New sirius / XM SX-I connection
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Technical Details
Item Weight6.7 pounds
Product Dimensions12 x 10 x 7.5 inches
Item model numberDNX6990HD
  
Additional Information
ASINB007K36U04
Best Sellers Rank #147,452 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableMarch 14, 2012
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Kenwood
  • Model: DNX6990HD

Product Description

Brand New Kenwood DNX6990HD 6.1" Double Din Navigation/DVD Receiver with Bluetooth/HD Radio and Pandora Control for Iphone Features Kenwood DNX6990HD Double Din Navigation/DVD Receiver Screen Size: 6.1" WVGA High resolution disply Built in HD Radio Fast 1 core Processor Advanced Application mode New sirius / XM SX-I connection Bluetooth audio streaming Pandora control for android / Blackberry Car portal integration with idatalink Voice dialing My Trends / Predictive routing Improved junction View Built in GARMIN navigation Built in NAVTEQ traffic Built in bluetooth ipod / iphone control Variable illumination Pandora control for iphone 3 Pre-outs @ 4V R-Cam Input Rear A/V input

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Josh on April 9, 2012
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Well, I wanted a nav unit for the first time, and after scouring the internet and reading sparse information available on such a new unit, I pulled the trigger and ordered it. After installing and tweaking the settings to my liking, I can comfortably say that I am happy with my purchase. The unit so far hasn't reset on me like I've read elsewhere, the sound quality is great - I even had to turn the gains down on my amp as the fronts were so loud that I couldn't hear the rears coming off the deck (this is coming from a Kenwood Excelon x693) so I guess the preout voltage is more than adequate.

+ The menus are plenty speedy enough with little lag, and switching sources is plenty quick and seamless.
+ The navigation works okay, but I'll know more as time goes on. It gets a fix pretty quickly.
+ The satellite/hd radio works great, sound quality is much better than the stock head unit.
+ Bluetooth synced with my android phone no problems.
*update + I can now stream Pandora via bluetooth. User error - I had to enable Pandora in the phone settings, then start playing it on the phone. When switching the head unit to Bluetooth it gave me basic control over skipping tracks. Pretty neat!
*update + Unit seems to use common sense. The current audio source continues playing as you navigate back and forth through any menu, which is nice not to have to keep switching back and forth. There are also shortcut menu buttons to go back to the audio source you started at when you are done navigating. Very useful.

- At first my ipod played fine, but there was no sound. Come to find out you need an 'optional' cable that has a 1/8" stereo plug in tandem with the usb. This puzzles me because my old single-din excelon could play mp3s with just the usb cable alone.
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6 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A. Poblete on December 14, 2012
I've loved this device for a year. Fairly simple to navigate. Great features with Pandora, Garmin nav with traffic updates, iPod integration, etc. Sounds great with new speakers, amp, and sub. Looks fantastic in my dash. All works to perfection...

...until you have to update your firmware and maps. Just looking at it's face, you see the microSD slot on the lower left hand corner. One would think this would be sufficient to update firmware and maps (it says Nav Maps on it, after all). But when attempting to update maps per online instructions with the microSD in, it states to insert a USB mass storage device. Upon contacting Garmin customer service, the rep said that some devices can be updated with microSD, some with USB. Mine just happened to require a USB, which is located in the rear of the unit. Um, ok?!? Plus the rep recommended I update my Kenwood firmware prior to updating my maps. But guess what...I need a USB mass storage device for that too!

I had this unit professionally installed. I will say that during this ordeal I learned how to uninstall the dash trim and how to uninstall my head unit. Good for me. But I still can't get to the USB port since it's a long cord...threaded behind the dash, under the center console which then connects to a iPod integration cable that comes into the center console box. So I would have to take apart my center console just to update my maps!!!!! Wow. And what is that pretty little microSD slot on the lower left hand corner of the front of the unit doing? NOTHING! Nothing but taunting me with it's uselessness, leaving me wondering why it wasn't a USB port instead.

The skinny: You'll love this device until it comes time to update the maps and firmware. Then you'll realize how incompetent the designers of this DNX6990HD really were.
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7 of 12 people found the following review helpful By wishiwouldaboughtsometingelse on July 8, 2012
Pay very close attention to what you really want to do with this unit because you will only be able to do 1/2 of what you want. If you want to use your iPod with all the functions or use video you have to get the additional cable. If you get the additional cable you now can't update the software or install background photos because the usb cable must be available. The customer support solution: unhook the iPod cable to use the usb port. Uh, the cable is wired inside the dash and up to the center console. Ok, pull the radio out of the dash. Yeah right, uninstall the unit every time you need an update. Oh, and the really brilliant thing, the micro sd slot ONLY updates the gps maps. Yep, can't use that to update the software. The people who designed this were really geniuses.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Careful DIYer on June 28, 2014
Pro:
Nice interface, mostly simple controls
Good bluetooth phone interface
Good GPS operation
Cons:
Frozen unit in month 6 of daily use. Took Kenwood a month to do warranty repair
Weak in the upper base range sound quality (compared to OEM original head unit)
Cannot get dim enough during nighttime driving. Have to cover with a cloth.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Andres Herrera on December 3, 2012
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Lo mejor de lo mejor. La kavak ahora si esta pava. Se actualiza super facil. El gps funciona al pelo aqui en venezuela
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