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Kenwood 1-DIN Navigation Ready Multimedia DVD Receiver

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  Kenwood 1-DIN Navigation Ready Multimedia DVD Receiver

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•DVD/CD receiver with internal amp (22 watts RMS/50 peak x 4 channels)
•motorized 6.95" touchscreen
•choose from 10 colors for display and button illumination
•fits single-sized dash openings
•plays DVD, DVD-R/-RW, DVD+R/+RW, CD, CD-R/RW, and MP3/WMA/AAC files on disc
•high- and low-pass filters
•3-band parametric equalizer
•works with Kenwood iPod adapter, Bluetooth adapter, HD Radio tuner, satellite radio tuner, and navigation module
•inputs: USB input, A/V input, rear camera input
•outputs: A/V output, 6-channel preamp output (front, rear, subwoofer)
•compatible with most factory steering wheel audio controls (adapter required) 
Kenwood is an old and respected name in the consumer electronics world. With corporate headquarters in Japan, they have had a presence in the United States that dates back to the 1960s. As industry pioneers they have invented numerous technologies that have been copied by competitors including the first audio/video amplifier for home theater, the first anti-theft and the first polypropylene speaker cone. They have also been a longstanding leader in two-way radio and mobile technologies. Today they continue to produce a huge range of products that push the envelope for consumer electronics and their reputation for quality and customer service has earned them a spot as a global leader in the industry.
Q: What does DIN mean and stand for? What's the difference between Single DIN and Double DIN when it comes to stereos, receivers, and in-dash dvd players?
A: DIN is the standardized size for car stereo head-units. Universally adopted in the 1980s it comes from the German Institute for Standardization or Deutsches Institut für Normung, hence DIN. The size refers only to the face of the unit not to how deep it is. A Single DIN stereo is roughly 7 inches x 2 inches (180mm x 50mm) and is the common size for a deck containing a single slide in CD player. Double DIN is the same width (7 inches) of single DIN but is twice the height making it 4 inches tall. Double DIN is most commonly seen in stereo units that have more elaborate displays such as small in-dash dvd players.

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