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  • The wireless transmission technology Bluetooth technology in today's day and has now become indispensable collection found in any smartphone. Thus, for phone calls via Bluetooth on an appropriately equipped car radio as the KDC-BT33U comfortable and safe. Yet Kenwood Bluetooth car radio of the latest generation can then some. The KDC-BT33U can be paired with two Bluetooth phones. While both ready for phone calls are - that are accepted by a large illuminated button on the radio -. Can one also stored on the smartphone music data stream to the car radio also receives an auxiliary input on the front panel touch with all audio devices that have a headphone output feature. And a USB port is available for docking data sticks or Android smartphones with installed Kenwood Music Control App For the music played perfectly in any car sounds the same pep several circuits, the audio signals to electronically: The semi-parametric equalizer EQ Pro does the sound perfectly the different vehicle interiors from, also are available seven tailored to specific genres sound memory. In addition to three tone controls for treble, mid and bass remains a multistage switchable bass boost, and a loudness function also provide at lower volume for a full-bodied and powerful sound. And the "Supreme" sound tuning ensures in connection with non-optimal quality music data a compelling sound.

    Kenwood KDC-BT33U Key Features

    The wireless transmission technology Bluetooth technology in today's day and has now become indispensable collection found in any smartphone. Thus, for phone calls via Bluetooth on an appropriately equipped car radio as the KDC-BT33U comfortable and safe. Yet Kenwood Bluetooth car radio of the latest generation can then some. The KDC-BT33U can be paired with two Bluetooth phones. While both ready for phone calls are - that are accepted by a large illuminated button on the radio -. Can one also stored on the smartphone music data stream to the car radio also receives an auxiliary input on the front panel touch with all audio devices that have a headphone output feature. And a USB port is available for docking data sticks or Android smartphones with installed Kenwood Music Control App For the music played perfectly in any car sounds the same pep several circuits, the audio signals to electronically: The semi-parametric equalizer EQ Pro does the sound perfectly the different vehicle interiors from, also are available seven tailored to specific genres sound memory. In addition to three tone controls for treble, mid and bass remains a multistage switchable bass boost, and a loudness function also provide at lower volume for a full-bodied and powerful sound. And the "Supreme" sound tuning ensures in connection with non-optimal quality music data a compelling sound.

    Kenwood KDC-BT33U Key Features

  • There's no direct alternative for this device. Products like the ($129, 4 stars) offer hands-free Bluetooth calls and voice command support, but don't handle iPod integration. Less expensive FM transmitters work for music, but lack hands-free Bluetooth calling. If you do have an Aux input, you can just plug the iPhone in that way, although The Kit still gives you hands-free Bluetooth. You can also pop out your car's stereo and install a receiver from Crutchfield; models with Aux inputs start at $99, while more expensive ones offer more thorough integration through the head unit's display. But if you live in a city or rural area with fewer FM radio stations, or if you don't mind occasional static, the Bluetooth Car Internet Radio Kit gives you full iPod connectivity and hands-free Bluetooth in one shot—without a complex stereo upgrade.

    Livio Radio may have come up with a good solution to a thorny problem: hooking your iPhone into your car stereo, when your car doesn't have an Aux input. The Bluetooth Car Internet Radio Kit ($119.99 direct) adds hands-free Bluetooth calling and iPod and iPhone integration, letting you make or receive calls, stream Internet radio, or plow the depths of your iTunes music collection while on the road. The Livio kit has a few quirks, but overall, it does exactly what it's supposed to.

    In-dash Bluetooth car stereo systems that have built-in Bluetooth capabilities offer uncompromised convenience. These car radios with Bluetooth units enable the user to talk hands-free on their cell phones while they are driving. In dash Bluetooth technology allows compatible electronic devices to talk to each other within a limited range. Bluetooth in the car allows a driver to talk on the phone without physically holding the phone. A Bluetooth car radio will also allow you to stream music from another portable Bluetooth device. Some of these Bluetooth stereos feature a built-in microphone while others have an external microphone. A Bluetooth car stereo is a must for anyone who does a lot of driving.

  • Livio's Bluetooth Car Internet Radio Kit offers hands-free calling and slick iPod integration for any car without these features, although audiophiles need not apply.

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