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Kenwood Excelon receivers are all about sound quality, with powerful 4-volt preamp outputs for your amps and super-clean CD playback. The Kenwood Excelon KDC-X998 CD receiver features a built-in HD Radio tuner for crystal-clear radio broadcasts, along with Sound Excellence DSP – Kenwood's most impressive set of sound-sculpting tools.

HD Radio

HD Radio for awesome sound

When you tune in a local station broadcasting an HD Radio signal, you'll hear FM that's close to CD quality or AM that comes in clear and static-free. And unlike satellite services, you pay no subscription fees. If your iPod's hooked up to the KDC-X998, you can also tag songs that you hear on HD Radio, then buy them later online. And most participating stations send out secondary programming, giving you more choices when you're in the mood for radio.

Bluetooth® lets you concentrate on driving

Bluetooth gives you hands-free calling convenience, plus a wireless connection to the songs stored on your compatible music player. If you're an Android® user who's grown tired of your old radio's complicated Bluetooth pairing issues, you'll love this receiver's simple, secure pairing (SSP) technology. If you're an iPhone® aficionado, the KDC-X998 gives you full Siri Eyes Free control with compatible Siri-equipped iPhones.

Pair your compatible phone to the KDC-X998 and you can talk hands-free by simply touching the dedicated "phone" button when a call comes in. An external Bluetooth microphone can be placed in an optimal location within the vehicle for improved hands-free communication.

Kenwood Excelon KDC-X998 CD receiver

Use this Kenwood's controls to play your favorite Internet radio stations.

Stream radio from your phone

If you enjoy Internet radio on your iPhone, Android, or Blackberry®, you'll really enjoy playing music from Pandora®, iHeart Radio®, and Aha™ radio on this great-sounding receiver. You can scroll through your stations, bookmark songs, and give a thumbs-up or thumbs-down right from the receiver's face.

Two versatile USB ports

Here's a cool feature from Kenwood — Drive Change allows you to connect a memory card reader or USB hub to the Kenwood's USB input and select music from up to five memory cards or USB flash drives. The receiver's front and rear USB ports also allow you to access and control the music stored on your iPhone or Android phone. With your iPhone, you also have control over iHeartRadio and Pandora Internet radio stations. And if you have MP3, WMA, AAC, or WAV music files on a thumb drive, the USB ports can handle those too.

Multi-line display

The KDC-X998's text display gives you all the info you want, plus you can select display and illumination colors that match your car's dash or your mood -- your choice. The 3-line display can be switched to a 2-line format with a larger font that makes it easier to read phone numbers, song titles, and source data. You can jazz it up with the bouncing graphics of the spectrum analyzer, or tone it down to just show the clock or a blank display. Dust covers conceal and protect the CD slot, aux input, and front USB port.

Want to keep your car's steering wheel audio controls?

In most vehicles, you can use an adapter (not included) to connect your vehicle's steering wheel controls to this Kenwood Excelon stereo. Connect a few wires, program the adapter for your car and this Kenwood, and you'll retain the convenience of your steering wheel controls. Check the "Accessories" tab for compatible adapters.

Bluetooth note: Use of this receiver's Bluetooth features will depend upon your phone's Bluetooth capabilities. Learn more in our article explaining Bluetooth profiles.

iPod/smartphone note: If you're going to use your iPod or smartphone with this receiver, be sure to check "Details" for compatibility information.

Product Highlights:

    General features:
    • CD receiver with AM/FM tuner
    • built-in HD Radio
    • built-in Bluetooth for hands-free calling and audio streaming
    • built-in MOSFET amplifier (22 watts RMS/50 peak x 4 channels)
    • plays CDs, CD-Rs, and CD-RW discs including discs loaded with MP3, WMA, and AAC music files
    • automatic iPhone pairing with Siri Eyes Free control capability
    • detachable face with selectable 2- or 3-line display, plus variable color display
    • remote control
    Audio features:
    • 13-band equalizer and bass management
    • Sound Excellence DSP
      • speaker size and car type settings
      • high- and low-pass crossovers
      • digital time alignment
      • 3-level bass boost
    • subwoofer level and phase control
    Expandability:
    • built-in iPod, iPhone, and iPad control
    • Pandora, iHeart Radio and Aha control with iPhone, Android, and Blackberry
    • compatible with Kenwood's Music Control app for Android phones
    • compatible with SiriusXM satellite radio tuner
    • inputs: front-panel auxiliary input; front and rear USB ports
    • outputs: 6-channel preamp outputs (4-volt front, rear, and subwoofer)
    • front and rear USB ports compatible with MP3, WMA, AAC, and WAV audio files
    • Drive Change lets you select audio from multiple flash drives or memory cards in a connected USB hub or memory card reader
    Other features and specs:

    Why replace your factory radio?

    Two good reasons - sound quality and cool features. A new car stereo offers power that's superior to most factory radios, along with more sophisticated tone controls. And most car stereos offer built-in or optional features that add safety and fun to life in your car, including inputs for your iPod or MP3 player, Bluetooth connectivity for hands-free cell phone calls, satellite radio or HD Radio reception, and connections for building an audio system in your car.

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    Great SQ and functions, bad everything else

    Written By TB, Indiana on Friday, May 22, 2015

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    I wanted 3 things in a stereo: sound quality, reliable bluetooth, and a bright display. This HU gave me good sound quality but none of the others. Bluetooth is slow to connect, it won't display artist/song in almost all of my music apps, and the screen is almost impossible to see with any daylight.

    SQ is great. I can get very clear audio just using the EQ and crossovers. The multi-line display and being able to see the full EQ band all at once makes those things a lot easier to set. The "elevation" sound enhancement and "bass boost" work pretty well, but most of the others make the sound worse. "Loudness" is the worst offender and makes the audio muddy even on the lowest setting.

    Bluetooth: Takes forever to connect. I'm usually a mile down the road before I start to hear anything. But usually I end up having to connect it manually in my phone's BT settings. Song/artist info won't display unless I'm using Pandora or Poweramp. I get nothing on the screen with Google Play Music or Amazon Prime Music. It usually drops the BT connection completely when ending a call. When connecting the first time, it defaults to only playing audio through front speakers. Have to go to Settings to change Bluetooth/HF Audio to "All".

    Screen: Way too dim. I've given up on trying to see it during the day. White and green are the only colors that are somewhat visible. But I guess that doesn't matter if the HU isn't displaying the song/artist in the first place.

    Pros: Great sound quality Many audio tweaks Some good "Sound Enhancements" Easy EQ Multi-line display

    Cons: - Screen not bright enough at all - Doesn't always go back to playing music after phone call - Can't adjust phone call alert volume - Most sound enhancements just make the sound very muddy - Takes a long time to connect to bluetooth after turning car on (~1 full minute or more) - Song information doesn't display for most audio players - EQ thins out at low volumes

    I want to love it......

    Written By Mike, Collinsville IL on Wednesday, May 20, 2015

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    I've owned this stereo for almost a year now, and we've developed a love/hate relationship. When this stereo works, it is one of the best I've owned, when it doesn't, not so much. The stereo has lots of audio options, which I like very much. It does take a bit of testing and tweaking, but once you get the sound where you like it, it sounds amazing.

    On the flip side, this thing has been the most finicky radio I've ever owned. The face occasionally stops responding or communicating with the rest of the radio. This results in either the face working like its supposed to without the radio responding ( when you change the station the numbers on the face show you're on a different one, but the music is still playing from your original) or the face locking up so no matter what you do nothing changes. Rebooting (turning the car off and on again) does fix it, but that gets very old very fast. The other thing is the usb ports are touchy. if I hit a moderate or major bump while driving often it stops reading from the usb device until you unplug it and plug it back in (which works most of the time, sometimes you need to "reboot").

    The last point is the user interface. The radio looks cool only having a couple buttons and one knob, but it makes trivial tasks take up concentration and time, which is bad while driving. To navigate through a menu just to change stations is ridiculous. I had to buy a third party remote adapter for the steering wheel just to make using it practical.

    Pros: Sound customization and quality

    Cons: reliability and day to day operating tasks

    kenwood

    Written By nz, maquoketa iowa on Sunday, May 17, 2015

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    Great unit dose everything I want it to

    Pros: Plenty of functions, sound quality is great having the eq and x-over built in is a great money saver

    Cons: Owners manual could be more detailed on how to use everything

    Worth the money

    Written By AllenK, Nebraska on Wednesday, May 13, 2015

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    The Kenwood KDC-X998 is a fantastic radio. It has a ton of bells and whisltes, short of a double din size face on it, has almost everything you could ever need. Installation was quick, clean and has so far operated as advertised. So far for me only one complaint in regards to the Bluetooth Audio - where BT Audio is only coming through on the front channel, and none of the rear at all. BUT - yet to find out if it is an issue with the deck itself, or due to the amount of options on the deck and it's an option that I just have not figured out how to adjust. Still working with Crutchfield to try and resolve. I would recommend this deck for anyone looking to get a lot of stereo for a decent price. This went into a 2004 Dodge Ram (4-Door) w/ Infinity System.

    Pros: Great quality, Great Price, BT Phone and Microphone are SUPER clean and clear, amount of options are ridiculous.

    Cons: A TON of options - and for the average user is extremely daunting to understand. BT Audio being one channel - but again - may not be a deck issue.

    Solid unit...with quirks

    Written By jeff, ct on Sunday, May 10, 2015

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    I purchased this unit to replace the stock stereo in my 2011 Jeep Wrangler. I read extensive reviews on multiple units before deciding on this one, and most were extremely accurate. The unit looks great...very sleek and packed with functionality I was looking for in a replacement. The sound, after a bit of tweaking, is great. Very powerful and crisp with little to no distortion through what I consider a comfortable listening volume. The cons in most reviews are also quite true...the display is nearly impossible to read on sunny days,especially with the top off. The tuner preset and scanning controls are buried to the point that if i didnt have steering wheel control i probably would have returned it. HD radio reception is quite nice though. I've also read sporadic reviews about the unit failing to deliver sound upon start up...this is happening frequently enough to be annoying with my unit. Quick fix is to detatch the face and reattach. ..corrects the issue every time. At this price point, this should not be an issue though. Overall its a solid unit, just not sure id buy it again knowing what I know now.

    Pros: Sound quality, stock power per channel, looks

    Cons: Apparent faceplate connection issues, not a user friendly UI

    Cool Dad!

    Written By chris, Round Rock, Texas on Thursday, May 07, 2015

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    Installed in our 2000 Suburban that we use to transport many players on my son's baseball team to/from practice. The boys (and I) love it! Great sound and with the Pandora app and Bluetooth it is super easy to play the music you want. Installation was straightforward with the adapter kit and wiring harness Crutchfield included. Had it installed in ~1 hour. Wish I had upgraded the stock radio years ago now!

    Pros: Great sound, features and functions for the price. Adapter kit made it super easy to install.

    Cons: None at this time

    One of the worst...

    Written By JK, Kentucky on Tuesday, May 05, 2015

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    Sound quality is the only thing this product has going for it. If you only drive on cloudy days or at night this radio will be fine. The display is almost impossible to see on a sunny day. After reading previous reviews that stated this was an issue I decided to give it a try. Exchanged it for the KDC-X799 within 14 days with high hopes that this updated model would not have this issue. (See my KDC-X799 review)

    Pros: Sound quality.

    Cons: Display is not visible on sunny days.

    Awesome

    Written By dboyrusky, Seattle, Washington on Tuesday, May 05, 2015

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    Good stereo the only thing I am having trouble with is saving radio station to a preset.

    2004 Corvette HU upgrade

    Written By Ace, Ohio on Monday, April 27, 2015

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    Have always been a fan of Kenwood and this unit doesn't disappoint. Got this because of it's rich feature set. I wanted connectivity to music players and digital music. Looks and sounds great. I'm using this with the existing Bose amps and speakers. Finally brought my system into the 21st century.

    Good Upgrade for my Harley

    Written By Eddie, Nashville, Tennessee on Wednesday, April 22, 2015

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    This unit is an upgrade to my Harman Kardon factory system on my 2013 Street Glide. I wanted something with Bluetooth capabilities and a bit more functionality than the factory unit. The Kenwood pairs great with my iPhone5s and works flawlessly with the handlebar control adapter I purchased separately from Crutchfield. the supplied Scosche installation kit and wiring harness work perfectly and installation made a breeze! The unit has many color and display options and looks great going down the road at night. During the day, however, it is very difficult to see the display. It cannot compete with the sun nearly as well as the stock unit. Also, you MUST deactivate the road noise equalizer or you will hear almost nothing out of the speakers at highway speeds. Also, the controls are ok but a little sluggish when trying to adjust settings like EQ and display options but only barely enough to mention. Overall, I am pleased with the upgrade and would recommend it.

    Pros: Lots of features, works great with iPhone and iPods, sounds awesome

    Cons: Display is not the best for motorcycle, marine, or convertible use. Ease of use could be a little better

    Kenwood Excelon KDC-X998

    Written By Njlcane, Florida on Sunday, April 19, 2015

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    A big upgrade in sound quality over the original Bose head unit on my 2006 MX-5, even with the original speakers. The display is difficult to read in the daylight with the top down. The menu system is a little tricky and cumbersome, but after the set up it's ok. Installation was smooth with the help of Crutchfield technical support to lean on for guidance.

    Pros: Sound quality, Bluetooth streaming and phone connection, iPod integration, rear and front usb ports. Display colors can be changed.

    Cons: Display is difficult to read in bright daylight. Menu can be frustrating.

    2015 Jeep wrangler Unlimited

    Written By 2015 jeep, Colorado on Monday, April 13, 2015

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    decent deck.

    Pros: Usb port cover and huge bonus for jeepers is there is a flip down cover for the cd slot to keep the dust out! Works great with my Android phone.

    Cons: A tad bit glitchy at times but the fix that works for me is turn radio off before shutting the jeep off.

    KDC X998

    Written By Mike S, New York on Friday, April 10, 2015

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    This is an excellent Head Unit for the money. The installation was very easy and quick. This receiver has a lot of bells and whistles on it. The built in equalizers do a great job of shaping the sound. This deck also features DSP which you wouldn't expect at this price. The sound quality is very high. Built in Blue Tooth and HD radio as well as having a CD player gives you all the options you will need.The included remote is more useful than expected in that it operates not only the choice of mode and the radio channels but also allows you to jump tracks from a smart phone hooked up by Blue Tooth. This deck also controls apps for Pandora, I Heart Radio and AHA. I-Tunes tagging is supported as is I Phone and I Pad control and it is Sirius Radio ready. Overall I am very satisfied with this unit and would definitely recommend this to others as a great balance of features vs. price.

    Pros: Great value, Lots of useful features, Blue Tooth, HD Radio, I-Tunes Tagging, DSP and many others.Having a CD player as well as HD Radio is one of my favorite abilities. Almost everything about this is a pro, it would take too long to list every one so please just look at the all the abilities when you compare with other receivers.

    Cons: My only con (and this is industry wide not just with this receiver) is that it only allows total control of Apple products. There are a lot of us Android users out there and more coming along all the time. We would really appreciate the same abilities with our digital music files that Apple gets.

    Pretty good product

    Written By DW, Woodstock, GA on Thursday, April 09, 2015

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    This unit was the better looking unit that I could find. I did not want a unit that looked out of place but rather one that blended with the dash like a factory unit would. This one looks the best, have the best features I could find and simple to install.

    Pros: looks good, iTunes plays through Bluetooth, excellent reception

    Cons: difficult to program radio stations into the preset

    Quality you expect

    Written By Ted, Pennsylvania on Tuesday, April 07, 2015

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    Great buy for the price!

    Pros: Good sound Ease of use Phone sound quality is clear Easy to install

    Cons: None so far

    Replaced Factory Radio

    Written By Carson, Nevada on Sunday, April 05, 2015

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    Overall, this is a great choice for replacement or upgrade of a factory radio. Installation was easy, and the fit-up is an exact match. Using the guide for 'fits' is they way to go. Selection of this model was made to support installation of sat. radio capability. That was a great deal as it saved by buying the converter along with the radio. This is a great all purpose system with a number of features that make its application very flexible for whatever the installation may be. Recommended for the everyday car audio listener.

    Pros: Flexibility of features, simplicity of uses - once you know how to use them, ease of installation, better than expected sound quality (matched with Kenwood speakers), no clutter and excessive glitz on the faceplate, remote is easier to use for functions/channel selections than the controls on the radio, clean and easy to read display, removeable faceplate

    Cons: There is no protective sleeve or box for the faceplate when removed - not so great as it is the central element of the system, microphone and rear USB accessories seem to be after thoughts but are not well designed for easy fit-up (off my install list as they don't add to the radio performance), features are well more than expected and they do work, but the user has a lot to learn before they are all useful - SAFETY ISSUE: could cause loss of focus on the road while trying to use functions

    Satisfied

    Written By _level_, OKC on Thursday, April 02, 2015

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    I haven't purchased an aftermarket HU in 10 years or so. At that time I was accustom Pioneer. After some reviewing here, seemed this Kenwood was all around most featured and best bang for your buck at the price point. Installed this in a 2002 Sierra and using for roughly a week. Lots and lots of sound options, maybe too many, so takes time and learning. Menus and options are setup in tree/folder style. Easy to get lost or forget how to find a specific setting.

    Unit appears to have strong clarity and sound power. Some mentioned software issues which I have not experienced, however just recently I did notice while using the SXM, the sound randomly stopped. Powering the unit off and back on seemed to bring it to working order. Have not used the BT much, but seems has been connecting to the phone without issue. Just a few short calls over the system. Other party did mention sounded "far away" using external mic. Has gain adjustment which seemed to help.

    Truck dash is well protected from light. I haven't had an issue seeing or reading the display which, by the way, I'm not overly impressed with. Seems a little too "8bit" and archaic considering the times, but doesn't bother me by any means. Overall still learning how to use it effectively. At this point I think it was a fitting choice. Good power, simple to use at interfacing level (menus can be complicated), lots of source options and customization.

    Pros: Seem well made with strong audio power and clarity, many source options, potential software updates, quick boot to sound time.

    Cons: Menus can be confusing or difficult to access, overwhelming sound adjustment options. Remote response appears slow. Display has good info but GUI may leave one unimpressed.

    Awesome deck!

    Written By Mike, Lakeville mn on Wednesday, April 01, 2015

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    One of the better decks ive had. Sound quality is awesome. And lots of great features.

    Pros: All the pre outs and multiple USB ports is great.

    Kenwood KDC-X998

    Written By J. D., USA on Sunday, March 29, 2015

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    This is a great head unit for the money. Lots of features, some I don't use, others I wouldn't live without from an after market deck. The 13 band EQ is my favorite feature. I was able to get a pretty flat output with the frequency bands of the equalizer. I didn't find the full manual in the box but a PDF of the manual can be found on Kenwood's web site. If you're looking for a single DIN head unit I would highly recommend this one. Get some speakers while your at it.

    Pros: 13 band EQ 5V preouts WAV audio support Delay time control Digital crossovers Rear USB has a fairly long coord

    Cons: No FLAC support There are no radio preset buttons. Setting and scrolling through your radio presets is a chore compared to other head units.

    Meh

    Written By TheOldDude, New York on Saturday, March 28, 2015

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    As several have already stated, the display is too dim in the daylight. I run the display inverted (white background with dark blue lettering) so that it can be seen in the daylight. Accessing the radio station presets is a tedious menu driven process which requires you to take your eyes off the road for way too long. I have a USB stick taped to the rear USB lead and the lead taped down behind the dash. Every 20 minutes of play from the rear USB results in 'no device' being displayed and no music. Switching sources to HD radio then back to the rear USB resumes play. That's a pain. I called Kenwood and they had no fix for the USB issue other than to suggest I use the front port instead. Imagine that. The other major issue I have with it though is lockups. The music keeps playing but none of the buttons respond to any action. Removing the faceplate and reinstalling seems to fix the problem. I've had the unit install about a week and it has locked up on me 6 times. Called Kenwood and they say that they have not had this problem reported but if you google it, this is common enough with this model. This has occurred while listening to the radio, playing off the USB, and while BT streaming. I'm guessing it's the connection between the faceplate and the rest of the HU. The audio quality is nice but I'm Really ready to send this thing back now. Too bad, I really likes all the features but I can't live with these issues.

    Pros: Nice audio

    Cons: Lockups Spotty USB connectivity Dim display Difficult to access radio presets

    IT'S JUST OK BUT SQ IS PERFECT

    Written By Jrhaat, New York on Saturday, March 21, 2015

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    Since the objective was mainly SQ: I do not have any regrets whatsoever. How ever, I would say it's just ok. One would assume that all the features in this product actually contributed in the price tag and would also expect them to work just fine. It's easy to use, but easier if you synchronize it with your steering wheel control like I did for my 2011 Camry (About $50 more) for the accessories. I was able to match the display with my dash board's lights. I had no difficulties to see display in day light. The bluetooth will over ride any other process. This is semi-pro device. the FM sucks big time, the CD player only plays brand new discs lol But I like it overall. Just set your priorities before purchase.

    Pros: Great sound quality and powerful output. I like the DPS mode option a lot, I don't even need to use the EQ.

    Cons: Bad CD lecture, Bad FM tuner. HELLO KENWOOD!!!!!!

    Very nice unit!

    Written By Dat Kustom Bronco, West Jordan, utah on Thursday, March 19, 2015

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    Very impressed with this unit, sounds amazing even threw stock speakers! The functions are great, having three auxs on it is great aswell!! Especially when you can decide what to listen to!!

    Pros: Great unit, great sounds, very easy to learn.

    Cons: My phone won't stream pandora threw Bluetooth:

    Excellent head unit

    Written By Zac, Nebraska on Tuesday, March 17, 2015

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    Excellent, excellent head unit. Superb sound quality and controls of sound parameters. A bit complex to use at first but like anything, with a little more familiarity and use, it becomes easier to use. Excellent product at a good price point.

    Pros: Excellent price point, excellent sound quality, precise sound level controls

    Cons: None that I can think of