Video: Kenwood KMM-100U Digital Media Receiver
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If you use an iPod® or iPhone® for your music, the Kenwood KMM-100U digital media receiver makes it easy and safe to use your player in your car. Just plug into the convenient front-panel USB input, and you'll enjoy outstanding control over your playlists right from the receiver. Plus, the KMM-100U will give digital music aficionados what they've been clamoring for: FLAC support.
[Learn more about the KMM-100U]
Zak: I'm at the Kenwood booth at CES 2013. Matt, tell me about the KMM-100U Digital Media Receiver.
Matt: So the KMM-100U is brand new for this year and it is a mechless receiver, which means it does not include a CD player but it does have USB compatibility for a variety of USB-based devices like the iPhone. It will also be compatible with Android smartphones and USB devices, like thumb drives and flash drives. It will also support a variety of different media files like WMA, ACC, MP3, and FLAC files as well. For specific applications where you require a very shallow radio the KMM-100U only is about 3" of depth.
Zak: That's fantastic. That's the KMM-100U from Kenwood.