Use an optional cable(s) to connect HDMI or MHL devices to the receiver, and play movie files from an iPhone 5, a Galaxy, or an Android smartphone.
*The iDataLink Maestro Rr is sold separately by Automotive Data Solutions. To find an authrorized dealer please visit http://maestro.idatalink.com/
When an iDataLink Maestro Rr is connected to a compatible Kenwood receiver, it provides a seamless
interface with factory infotainment features such as Satellite Radio, USB Media Player, Bluetooth
hands-free and music streaming. The Kenwood receiver will then communicate and display the onboard
features of the vehicle, including gauges, climate control, parking and other vehicle information.
*Available features may vary depending on the vehicle.
Easily stream music from your phone or other Bluetooth devices directly to the
receiver. Functions such as track name display and track search are also available from the receiver.
The receiver will allow the voice dialing feature found on most smartphones to work
Access Phonebook, Last Calls, and Missed Calls from the receiver and make hands-free calls.
Automatic Bluetooth pairing function for iPhone via USB is available on all built-in Bluetooth
Display the details of a POI just by touching it on the map. Several other functions are also included,such as predictive text input and a custom “Where To” menu.
Take the guess work out of which lane you need to be in to make your next transition or turn
while routing to your destination.
Smartphone Link makes your smartphone the next best thing to DNX navigation.
It creates a seamless navigation experience between your DNX navigation and
smartphone, letting them share information and Garmin Live Services.
Use the graphic equalizer to tailor the sound quality to your unique tastes.
Additional sound contouring is available with the Time Alignment feature, designed to provide optimal and balanced sound performance.
Road noise is the enemy of all audio systems found in vehicles. The inherent
frequencies of road noise masks a wide range of the audio signal found in music,
and this is the reason Kenwood engineers developed Drive EQ. Drive EQ boosts
specific frequencies in the audio signal to compensate the negative impact of road