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Kenwood DDX9702S 7 Inch Double Din Bluetooth Touchscreen HD Car Stereo Receiver
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- New Kenwood DDX9702S Car Stereo Receiver
- Max Power: 50 Watts x 4 Channels
- RMS Power: 22 Watts x 4 Channels
- Screen Size: 6.95"
- Plays CD, DVD and AM/FM
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- Size (LWH): 12 inches, 10.25 inches, 7.5 inches
- Weight: 8 pounds
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Top Customer Reviews
I have been using my LG G4 to connect using Android Auto's interface with superb results. My wife is using a OnePlus One, neither one of us are having any issues with connectivity and everything is working as expected. We have access to our phonebooks, telephony, maps, and entertainment. I also tested a newer iPhone via a lightning to USB adapter and Apple's CarPlay also works flawlessly. Siri voice control, Maps and Navigation, telephony, and entertainment work equally well.
You can purchase additional equipment to tie the feature set directly into the vehicle's information system. With the iDatalink Maestro addon, my car has retained the uConnect, factory amp, dashboard heads up display, and steering wheel integration completely. This is not going to be the case for every vehicle, but having each of my steering wheel buttons perform two functions instead of one (like Play, now becomes play and pause when I tap the button or when I hold the button down) is a welcome upgrade. As a bonus, the voice command button controls both Siri and Google Now.
I did plenty of research before I opted in, including taking my phones to the dealer and testing this head unit with my phones to ensure they would work.Read more ›
If you're having trouble with Android Auto, make sure to try a different cable. Even some brand new cables didn't work with one of my phones and it constantly froze or didn't work at all until I tried a different cable.
UPDATE: After using this for a few months, it still works great.
I'm not going to dock a star, but it did occasionally require a reset during the hotter months. The reset button was hard to find, it's hidden in the little red status LED. Resetting always fixed it, but it's kind of annoying.
Another minor annoyance is the backup camera has a distracting popup reminding you to check your surroundings. I wish that could be disabled.
I purchased this unit as an open box from another credible site, along with the corresponding PAC adapter for my vehicle and a mounting kit and antenna wire. Wiring up the PAC adapter took roughly 1.5 hours going very slow and checking things twice. Install into the vehicle took another 2 hours. The separate GPS receiver was a selling point for me, it is absolutely faster to pick up signal than the iPhone by itself. The screen could go dimmer/brighter, but not a big deal. Sound quality is excellent. Carplay integration is seamless and I wonder how I lived without it before.
Note, if you wanted to, you can ground the parking brake wire to the ground wire and you can input data into maps while you are at a stoplight or have a passenger work the controls.
The radio itself has a fairly nice layout but as someone mentioned, it does take a while to load the home screen. It's only a 5 band EQ and there's not much opportunity to really shape the music exactly the way you want it. I mainly bought this for CarPlay and also because it has the ability to play FLAC files and I am not totally satisfied with either.
I'll start with CarPlay: It's really a great concept. I plug in my phone and on my dash, I can get a layout that's similar to what I would see on my phone which means that in theory, i can just toss my phone on the passenger seat and not have to touch it until I get out of my car. What usually ends up happening is I plug my phone in and the CarPlay screen comes up. I hit the Slacker app, select one of my preset stations and wait.... and wait just staring at a big play button that doesn't respond when I push it. Then, I grab my phone and select the station again and hit play from there and wait. Then, unplug and plug back in a few times, shut off the app entirely and then after a few tries, it works. It's great to be able to use my uConnect buttons to advance the track and using on screen buttons to like songs. I am also able to use Spotify, Audible and Vox but with the same technical frustrations.
FLAC files: This works well but I suspect that if you use a thumb drive to store your flac files, you probably have to keep in under a certain size.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
a Must Have in the Car.
Only thing missing is double USB or Multi tasking ( you should be able to connect Android Auto and be able to play Music form USB Drive ).
good quality head unit. The Apple Carplay feature is still very limited, however that is a Carplay issue, and not reflective on the Kenwood product. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Capo
I purchased this unit in Feb 2016 and this is the last Kenwood product I'll buy.
I researched this radio against the comparable Pioneer models but was urged to go with... Read more
Had a Pioneer NEX dvd player that was nothing but headaches, traded it in for this and haven't been much happier. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Thew
I bought this at a physical store, unfortunately without reading the comments here. The user interface is hideous: A disclaimer is shown EVERY SINGLE TIME you start your car when... Read morePublished 5 months ago by VA
Really like this unit. I put it in my Porsche 996 cabriolet and the voice control on Android Auto works really well. My 996 is not a quite ride. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I have an LG V10 phone that has MHL capabilities. The KCA MH100 cable will not work. I thought I'd use a Miracast dongle, the KCA WL100......GOOD LUCK TRYING TO BUY ONE.... Read morePublished 6 months ago by geno