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New Kenwood DDX-371 6.1" In-Dash 2-DIN CD/DVD/MP3 Car Stereo Receiver Bluetooth

4.0 out of 5 stars 97 customer reviews
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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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Product Features

  • Size (LWH): 23 inches, 10.5 inches, 12 inches
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Product Description

6.1 WVGA double-DIN DVD receiver
Built-in Bluetooth(R) with automatic pairing for iPhone(R)
Voice control with iPhone(R) using Siri(TM)
Rear USB for iPhone(R)/iPod(R) & Android(TM)as mass storage device
Pandora(R) Internet Radio app ready for iPhone(R) & Android(TM) via Bluetooth(R) SPP
SiriusXM(R) ready


Package Contents:

In-Dash 2-Din Monitor Receiver with Built-in Bluetooth
Remote Control

Product Information

Product Dimensions 23 x 10.5 x 12 inches
Item Weight 6.2 pounds
Shipping Weight 6.2 pounds
ASIN B00I0FXH20
Item model number DDX371
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4.0 out of 5 stars 97 customer reviews

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Best Sellers Rank #493 in Electronics > Car Electronics > Car Audio > Car Stereo Receivers

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Installed Kenwood DDX-371 on a 2004 Lexus RX 330 with basic audio & no navigation. The audio quality is better than the stock radio. I use to have a truck with Pioneer AVH-X2500BT. So my review is more of a comparison to the Pioneer

The good
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.

The bad
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.
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I replaced my original 2008 Tundra radio with this one and decided I would do the install myself. It was a challenge to install as the wiring harness had to be spliced and soldered. I also purchased a cable kit and mounting kit which was absolutely necessary. I also installed the Sirius XM tuner which is a must if you buy a XM ready stereo. Fortunately there were on line videos on how to remove the old radio and after several mis-alignments I was able to get everything back in the dash and together. One issue however was the parking brake sensor wire.....the manual doesn't state clearly that you won't be able to view a DVD unless the wire is installed. That was more difficult than splicing the new stereo wiring harness. After about six hours and several modifications (I decided to make ) the install looks professional. Bottom line is I am very pleased with this model, it's functions and that everything works perfectly. All I need now is the back up camera... but that's later.
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I'm not entirely happy with this purchase. It takes too long to start playing music from the time you start the car, to the time music is heard. It doesn't matter if it's reading MP3's from CD, Flash, iPhone, or Bluetooth source... it's just too slow.

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.
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Actually would give 4.5 stars. Installed to replace a stock head unit in a JDM '08 Subaru Legacy 2.0 GT. I had to cut the stock face to make room for this deck and re-finished it with a carbon fibre look. See attached picture. I used the wiring diagram I got off A E sixty four dot com. Really - all I connected to the unit was power, acc, gnd, and power cont to turn on my 5ch amplifier. I did not connect the illumination wires, as the brightness of the stereo does not bother me at night due to it mounting low in my dash console. Two double RCA's (full range) go to the amplifier. I did not use the subwoofer RCA output. The amplifier output for the full/mid range is fed back into the stock factory wiring. As soon as I turned it on, there was an immediate improvement in sound and volume over the stock deck.

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.
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