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Kenwood T9B-0066-00

Add-on microphone for Bluetooth® receivers with a mono 3.5mm mic input

Item # 113T9B0066

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Item # 113T9B0066

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About the Kenwood T9B-0066-00

Need a replacement Bluetooth microphone for a car stereo that uses a mono 3.5mm mic input? Connect this external Kenwood microphone to your compatible in-dash receiver for better performance in noisy environments. The included clip allows you to attach it to your visor or pillar trim for perfect placement closer to your mouth, and the 10-foot cord plugs into the mic jack on the back of your receiver.

Product highlights:

  • external mic with attached 10-foot cord
  • plugs into the mono 3.5mm mic input on Kenwood, Clarion, JVC, Alpine, Dual, Axxera, Jensen, and Sony car stereos
  • does not work with Pioneer radios with 2.5mm inputs or a radio with a stereo 3.5mm input
  • built-in clip allows you to attach it to your visor or pillar trim
  • warranty: 60 days
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # T9B-0066-00

What's in the box:

  • Microphone w/ bracket (attached 10' cable terminated by a right-angle 3.5mm mono connector)

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External Wired Microphone: This external wired microphone can be connected to aftermarket head units with built-in Bluetooth that feature a mono 3.5mm microphone input. The external wired microphone provides better performance in noisy environments than the integrated microphone found on the front-panel of some Bluetooth-enabled head units.

10' Cable with 3.5mm Connector: The external wired microphone features an attached 10' cord terminated by a right-angle male mono-minijack (3.5mm) connector which plugs into the microphone input on the rear-chassis of your compatible aftermarket head unit.

  • Your aftermarket head unit must be equipped with a mono-minijack (3.5mm) mic input to use this external wired microphone.
  • Aftermarket head units featuring this type of connection include Kenwood, JVC, Alpine, Clarion, Dual/Axxera, Jensen, and Sony.
  • This external wired microphone is not compatible with aftermarke Pioneer head units which use a 2.5mm microphone input and other aftermarket head units with a stereo 3.5mm mic input.

Mounting Bracket: The external wired microphone comes with a pre-installed bracket that can clip to your sunvisor or headliner; as well as adhere to your dash, steering column or driver-side pillar. The bracket allows the microphone to swivel left or right, and tilt up or down.

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3 questions already asked

What are the little side vent holes for? I have tried searching to see if I can hide the vent holes behind the dash leaving only the front part showing. Suggestions?
[ Brian  Apr 13, 2021 ]
3 answers
For better sound
[ MOSES  Apr 26, 2021 ]
They're just to allow it to pick up sound better from the sides. If you wanted to mount it flush you could, but you might have to talk directly at the mic for it to pick up your voice properly if you do.
[ Josiah  Apr 26, 2021 ]
I have no idea what they are for, but I would suggest testing what you attempting to do before drilling your dash. Maybe tape them off to see if it affects the sound quality.
[ Kathleen  Apr 13, 2021 ]
How well will this work in a jeep wrangler? Is this omnidirectional?
[ Roger  Feb 02, 2021 ]
2 answers
Yes, it is.
[ RICK  Feb 02, 2021 ]
Honestly I don't love this microphone. People always say they can only hear my car and I have to basically yell so that people can hear me. I bet it works as it does with any car although the jeep is a bigger car so you might have to be louder than I am and no it is not omnidirectional.
[ JON-ELLIOT  Feb 02, 2021 ]
Does it work with my kenwood dc505 ibt?
[ Susan  Oct 14, 2020 ]
1 answer
That model number matches a Dual receiver that does not have an input to connect an external microphone. It can only use the microphone that is built into the faceplate.
[ Paul  Nov 08, 2020 ]  Staff

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