Released January, 2010
The Pros:Can play music on storage device by the folder. Front panel controls are well designed - simple and easy to use. Can change the display color to match the dashboard lights.
The Cons:Doesn't recognize AAC file format - fast becoming a popular iTunes standard. Folder names aren't displayed, only numbered. Advertised "HD Ready" means there is no HD radio - needs a completely separate add-on unit.
The KD-R610 is a car audio receiver built to be compatible with a number of external devices. A front USB connection can provide 2-way control of an iPod or iPhone, as well as charge it on the go.
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It is Bluetooth ready and works via an optional adapter, and is HD and Satellite radio ready.
MP3/WMA playback capabilities are included, and a separate front AUX input is available. 4 bands of 50 watts drive the audio output, a 3-band iEQ handles equalization, and a 24-bit DAC converts the audio.
- MOS-FET 50W x 4 (20W RMS x 4)
- 24-bit DAC
- 3-Band Parametric iEQ
- Ready for Bluetooth(R) Wireless Technology (KS-BTA200 required)
- USB Audio for iPod/iPhone etc.
- 2-Way Control for iPod/iPhone (Headunit/iPod or iPhone)
- Front USB Port (MP3/WMA/iPod & iPhone Audio)
- MP3/WMA Compatible with ID3/WMA Tag (CD/USB)
- HD Radio(R) Ready (KT-HD300 required)
- SAT Radio Ready
- HS-IVi Tuner
- Loudness Control
- 2.5V Line and Subwoofer Output Level
- 2 Pre-Output Terminals (Front + Rear/Subwoofer)
- Subwoofer Control
- Front AUX-IN
- Separated Variable-Color
User Reviews (2)
can play music on storage device by the folder
front panel controls are well designed - simple and easy to use
can change the display color to match the dashboard lights
doesn't recognize AAC file format - fast becoming a popular iTunes standard
folder names aren't displayed, only numbered
advertised "HD Ready" means there is no HD radio - needs a completely separate add-on unit
text is very dim and hard to read
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