- Size (LWH): 23 inches, 10.5 inches, 12 inches
New Kenwood DDX-371 6.1" In-Dash 2-DIN CD/DVD/MP3 Car Stereo Receiver Bluetooth
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- New Kenwood DDX-371 6.1" In-Dash 2-DIN CD/DVD/MP3 Car Stereo Receiver Bluetooth
- 6.1 inch Wide VGA Color LCD Display with LED Backlight
- Touch Panel Control
- Variable Key Illumination
- Background Customize
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Top Customer Reviews
1) Touch screen is responsive than the Pioneer even compared with the Pioneer AVH-X5600BHS (I installed this model in my 2007 4Runner).
2) I liked the Kenwwod's iPod Menu better than the Pioneer's iPod Menu.
3) you do not need another $20 piece of junk bypass to make it fully functional like the Pioneer.
4) Bluetooth connects the moment you turn on Bluetooth in your phone. What I mean by that is, let's say if you turned on the radio/car when Bluetooth in your phone is turned off and you decide to turn on Bluetooth later it still connects to the radio automatically. This is a pain in Pioneer AVH-X2500BT and the AVH-X5600BHS, I had to manually connect my phone with Pioneer unless I turn on Bluetooth before turning on the radio or starting my car. Pioneer does searches any paired Bluetooth devices during start up and prompt do you want to search again?
5) Less Hiss noise compared to Pioneer. Please do not get me wrong it is not that bad at all even in the Pioneer but it is less in Kenwood in comparison
6) The phone calls over the Bluetooth was good. People did not had issues hearing me and I did not had problem hearing them so as the Pioneer. I did not tried streaming audio over Bluetooth.
1)On the USB playback, the manual says this unit can recognize a total of 5000 files and 250 folders (a maximum of 999 files per folder). I never tried it to the limit. To me this is useless anyways because I have my 15 yer old MP3 collection will be easily over the folder limit specified here.Read more ›
I see that at least one other person had trouble getting their iPhone to work. Symptom: when you plug the iPhone into the USB cable, the screen displays as though it's playing music from the phone, but no sound comes out. Solution: Follow this idiotic process: you have to connect the iPhone via USB, then start playing from the iPhone source on the stereo (I have a 5S), then put the stereo into standby mode (source/standy) huh?, then change the audio source in the settings from the default 'iPod' to AV-IN2.
You don't need to purchase the special cable from Kenwood. Just a regular iPhone cable connected to the USB port will do it.
Aside from being slow, and the ridiculously stupid iPhone configuration issue, I'm somewhat satisfied. If I had it to do over, I would definitely choose a different unit.
I don't have an iPhone so I cannot comment on that part of it. However, I was able to play iHeart radio through bluetooth on the car stereo from my android Moto G, as well as I was able to DJ from my phone at almost 20 ft away using crossdj app. My cousins were impressed lol. I stuck the mic on the top of the steering wheel and adjusted up the mic volume from the stereo settings to where my caller heard me clearly. This was a nice feature! The call audio comes through both front speakers. I haven't figured how (if) that can be changed to say just driver's door speaker. I can do that on my Kenwood DDX 771 in my SUV.
The layout of the tuner presets is quirky and right next to the volume knob, so you might touch the screen and change the preset while adjust volume. Also the presets themselves are a cluster of 6 squares so close to each other that fat fingers could press the wrong preset. Lose 1/2 star for that.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this thing. Good display no issues with touch screen. Ive had it for 2 yrs or so and no complaints. Has a usb cord for iphone i think. Android guy so dont use it. Aux. Read morePublished 26 days ago by dope
I've had this unit for about 3 years now. The only complaint I have with it is the USB is useless other than charging your phone. Read morePublished 5 months ago by J1000
Constant issues with the bluetooth connection. Tonight for example; I tried 3 THREE times before my phone was finally picked up as being within range. It does this regularly. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Robert Perkins
Easy to install, looks clean, instructions were clear, it did not come with a remote for some reason, no biggie though. I wish it had Spotify instead of Pandora.Published 11 months ago by Rudy Loera
I really like all of the features that this receiver has. It is by far the best aftermarket stereo receiver I have ever owned. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jake
I don't know if its just me, but the Bluetooth sounds horrible. It has no depth at all. No bass whatsoever even when I turn my subwoofer all the way up. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Derek