Kenwood eXcelon KVT-696
Released June, 2010
The Pros:Rear USB input comes in handy. Integrates well with your iPod. Touch screen is very responsive.
The Cons:Interface isn't that good- can't see the entire song titles. Hasn't really improved that much over previous generation Kenwood devices. The remote control is not good.
The Kenwood eXcelon KVT-696 is a mid-range audio/visual head unit. It features a 7 inch touchscreen that retracts with motorized action, and the interface colors can be changed to match your vehicle's decor.
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The unit outputs audio on 4 channels at 50 watts, and has an additional 3 preamp outputs at a full 5 volts each. A rear USB input can be used to connect external devices, and inputs are also available for external A/V, rear view camera, and iPod use. Accessories are available for a variety of purposes, and this unit is ready for Navigation, Bluetooth, and SAT radio expansions.
- 7 in Z-Action Motorized Touchscreen with Variable Illumination
- 4 channel 50 w output
- 3 5V Preamp Outputs
- Rear USB input
- MP3, WMA, AAC, MPPEG 1 & 2, H.264 & WMV, DVD R/RW, CD R/RW
- 2 A/V Inputs (1 dedicated for iPod/iPhone use), 1A/V Ouptput, 1 Backup Camera Input
- Navigation Ready, Bluetooth Ready, iPhone/iPod control ready, SAT ready
- Remote Control included
User Reviews (3)
Rear USB input comes in handy
Integrates well with your iPod
Touch screen is very responsive
Can use it as a Navigation device
Interface isn't that good- can't see the entire song titles
Hasn't really improved that much over previous generation Kenwood devices
The remote control is not good
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