Smartphone connectivity, simple usability
Boy, it's really nice to start my car and pick up music from my phone right where I left off all without taking my phone out of my pocket. Kenwood's KDC-BT365U CD receiver lets you stream music wirelessly using its built-in Bluetooth®. It also offers a front USB port just in case you do need a direct wired connection for your iPhone® or Android. Kenwood stepped up the size and brightness of the displays on their 2016 receiver lineup, so you can quickly and clearly see the info you need at a glance, even on the brightest days.
Pair two phones simultaneously for wireless convenience
For the times when you have to share the ride, the KDC-BT365U enables you to pair two Bluetooth-equipped phones and quickly switch between them for hands-free calling and audio streaming. That means no more digging into tedious menus to change phones. The front panel display lets you know which phone is active.
Whole lot of music
The KDC-BT365U offers direct control over a connected iPod or iPhone. You can also play, control, and charge select Android phones that are plugged into the front-panel USB port using the receiver's built-in AOA (Android Open Accessory 2.0). You can enjoy your favorite Pandora® and iHeartRadio® Internet Radio stations from your iPhone via USB or from your Android using Bluetooth.
And if that isn't enough music for you, you can also satisfy your music fix using the receiver's sensitive AM/FM radio, CD player, and front aux input for a portable music player. If you store MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV, or FLAC music files on a thumb drive, the USB port can handle those too.
Get the most out of whatever you play
With this Kenwood's impressive amplification, so you'll notice an improvement in the sound of your factory or aftermarket speakers. You can use the dynamic 13-band graphic equalizer to adjust the tone for your separate sources. The KDC-BT365U also provides three pairs of RCA preamp outputs, enabling you to connect additional amps to add even more punch to your sound. With its variable color adjustment, you get to pick the color for the receiver's single-line display for just the right look in your dash.