Video: Kenwood KIV-BT900 Digital Media Receiver
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This short video lets you see the Kenwood KIV-BT900 digital media receiver in action. We'll talk about the stereo's outstanding iPod® functionality, plus its wonderful screen, built-in Bluetooth®, and more.
Kenwood's KIV-BT900 digital media receiver combines an easy-to-use iPod® interface with the convenience of built in Bluetooth®. It doesn't play CDs but it's great for playing tunes from your iPod, iPhone® or a USB flash drive. It even has some built in memory so you can keep your favorite albums stored inside.
The big, bright 3" screen is easy to read when you're browsing your music collection and easy to see at any time of day. Having a screen like this is great when you dive into the menu for adjusting the sound, changing sources, or anything else.
Navigating your iPod's library on the KIV-BT900 is snappy and intuitive. Use the large control wheel to find songs fast and you'll see album art and song info right on the display. When you're parked you can view videos from your iPod and there's a set of video outputs that will let you send a picture to another screen in the back.
You can talk on the phone hands free with built in Bluetooth from industry leader Parrot. You'll hear your caller's voices loud and clear over your speakers and you can upgrade the firmware to keep up with new phones.
So if you're looking for a sleek, modern car stereo for your iPod or iPhone, the Kenwood KIV-BT900 delivers. It'll give you hands free calls, a great screen, and easy to follow iPod menus. And if you buy from us you can count of great service for the life of your new stereo. Just drop us a line via email, try our live online chat, or give us a call.