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Kenwood KDC-BT755HD In-Dash CD Receiver

by Kenwood
36 customer reviews
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  • Play Music Via Audio Streaming (A2DP)
  • Voice Dialing / Siri Eyes Free
  • External Bluetooth Mic
  • CD/MP3/WMA
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Kenwood KDC-BT755HD In-Dash CD Receiver + SiriusXM SXV200v1 Connect Vehicle Tuner for SiriusXM-Ready Car Stereo Receivers (Discontinued by Manufacturer) + Metra Axxess ASWC-1 Universal Steering Wheel Control Interface
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Kenwood
  • Model Number: KDC-BT755HD

Product Description

  • 13-Seg 13-Dig FL
  • Front USB + AUX
  • Variable Color Illumination
  • Play music via Audio Streaming (A2DP)
  • Steering Remote-In
  • External Bluetooth Mic
  • Voice Dialing / Siri Eyes Free
  • iPhone App Mode
  • 3 Preouts 2.5V
  • 2-Way Bluetooth Key
  • iPhone Automatic Pairing
  • Music Control for Android

  • Product Information

    Technical Details
    Item Weight3.7 pounds
    Product Dimensions11.8 x 10 x 4.8 inches
    Item model numberKDC-BT755HD
    Weight7.6 Pounds
      
    Additional Information
    ASINB00B7IRRAK
    Best Sellers Rank #65,060 in Electronics (See top 100)
    Shipping Weight3.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
    Date First AvailableFebruary 26, 2013
      
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    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By L. Perez on April 16, 2013
    Initially, I was simply looking for an OEM radio replacement which would provide hands-free phone integration in my car. I was going to buy the KDC-BT555U. However, after starting to look into it, I expanded my criteria to include HD radio since I live in an area that has several stations broadcasting with iBiquity technology. This lead me to the KDC-BT755HD which also includes direct control of Pandora, iHeartRadio, and Aha! for around $40 more.

    I've found the radio to be excellent. Phone integration is good but constrained by the single line display. I haven't had any callers complain about voice quality so I would conclude the microphone does an effective job of noise cancellation. Audio quality is above average and the Android Integration via wireless Bluetooth is fantastic! iPhone users are covered too but require the USB connection for full functionality. I guess the iPhone doesn't support all the required Bluetooth Profiles just yet?

    I discovered Aha! because of this radio which is now my favorite new app. I like that you do not need a separate app to use the radio control head like iHeartRadio requires. However, iHeartRadio will launch their app automatically when you select it as a source from the radio. The Aha! app will not. The radio just sits there and says, "Check Device". All-in-all, this is a very, very good radio and a great value IMHO!

    9/14/13: iHeartRadio and Aha have since updated their apps. Both launch automatically when selected on the radio.
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By L. Hansen on August 26, 2013
    This is a fantastic value for this price. The best feature about this radio is the Bluetooth technology which allows you to stream almost anything from your cellular phone. I have a Galaxy Note2, and it works like a charm, pairing up with the radio in seconds. For users of Aha!, Pandora or iHeartRadio, you can have control of the music through the radio while it streams from your phone; all while your phone remains in your pocket. No cords to attach, no other attachments, FM transmitters, or satellite hookups to buy. It even plays TuneIn Radio without plugging into the AUX jack. (Go Google "Play TuneIn App through Car Radio", and see how many people say that it simply cannot be done.) Since you have internet data coverage on your phone anyway, you can listen to anything on the internet through the radio, hands free - no cables or accessories needed! This is because the Bluetooth technology is built right into the head unit, which one day soon, every last car radio will have it standard.

    It has one USB port, and you will find available nowadays, 16-32 GB USB drives (sold separately) that are the size of a postage stamp for $10-$15 which you can plug into the USB port, and listen to the music files you have stored on there, without having a big USB stick to get in your way. (You can have 100's of songs in there, and never have to worry about bringing the flash drive along, just leave the tiny thing in the port.) When not using a flash drive, you can charge things through the USB port.

    Another plus is a microphone with a long cable, and through the Bluetooth Technology, you can make or receive calls, and maintain conversations with hands-free driving for safety, (and avoid violations, where laws do not allow driving with a cellphone).
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Hector A. on May 2, 2013
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    I really like my new stereo from Kenwood.
    It was very easy to replace my old Kenwood KDC-3025 stereo which I've had for a few years and was glad I didn't have to splice an connect wires for new stereo.
    The menu instructions can be a little hard to decipher but if you've had a Kenwood should be able to get the hang of it after a few minutes.
    The audio in videos does not sync very well on iPad or iPhone from Hulu or iTunes, but not horribly bad.
    I was able to instal the mic cable behind my dashboard on my Dodge Caravan 2001 by simply removing a couple screws that hold my climate control and stereo face plate.
    I have a friend who said she spent $150 plus just on installation so the fact I only paid $4 more for the stereo makes me happy!
    Thank you.
    HA
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jeff on September 13, 2013
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    Twice I have had to pull off the face plate and press the reset button because it wouldn't turn on, doesn't happen to often to be a major problem. Other then that Bluetooth connection works great. Very happy.

    After I updated the software which is super easy,just download it to a flash drive and follow the update instructions in the manual. Updating fixed the issue of not powering on sometimes so now I have no complains at all
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Andrea Polk TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 5, 2014
    I was lucky enough to pick this up at a local store for the ridiculously low price of one hundred and thirty, to replace the stock stereo in my 2003 Toyota 4Runner. Prior to this purchase I've been using a Griffin Navigate In-Line Controller and FM Radio for iPod & iPhone (Black) to listen to my iPhone or iPod through the car stereo. (Won't be missing that cassette player any time soon!)

    In my search for a replacement car stereo I was looking for some basic functions. I wanted Bluetooth for music streaming and hands-free calling. I also wanted HD radio and a CD if possible, but until I saw this unit which is now discontinued by Kenwood, I didn't think I could afford such perks at a low price point.

    Here's my take on this receiver. I love listening to music, and I make and receive approximately 5 calls a day. I'm a daily commuter who spends about 15 to 20 hours a week driving.

    The PROS:

    + Excellent sound from stock speakers! Clarity & power boost I didn't expect.
    + Bluetooth connectivity for music streaming & hands-free calling. NOTE: Bluetooth streaming set from factory to the front two speakers, but you can change it to 'all'.
    + Clear calls via Bluetooth (Although calls sound quality will vary by phone and microphone placement - adjust mic echo if needed with head unit.)
    + Voice dialing - if your phone will do it, you can do it over Bluetooth with this receiver.
    + Phonebook in my iPhone 4S syncs with receiver to show me who is calling.
    + Register (pair) up to 5 Bluetooth devices (phones, iPad, etc...) at the same time.
    + Wireless remote is included
    + Automatically mutes music when a call comes in.
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