Outdoor Electronics has to give more than look sharp and provide good sound. It is important for it to be properly built so that it stands up to rough outdoor weather. Kenwood newly designed for 2015 built the KMR-D362BT CD marine receiver to withstand the harsh surroundings you come across at sea, with a conformal-coated circuit board that locks out the moisture and protects the unit from the environment. The KMR-D362BT offers plenty of musical sources, useful features, and sufficient sound to break up the noise of the wind and waves.
The convenient front panel USB input gives you more than just plugging in a thumb drive. You can connect a compatible phone and enjoy your saved tunes from your phone in a variety of ways.
For iPhone users you can access your favorite apps like Pandora and iHeart Radio. New for Android users Android Open Accessory (AOA) enables the connection and control of Android phone based content. To make it easy to see what’s playing you have a single line LCD display. Kenwood offers an optional wired remote so that you can keep the stereo installed below deck and control it at your convenience. Connect up to 6 remotes, model number RC35 (sold separately).
Kenwood added multiple listening options to suite everyone needs. You can load a CD full of MP3 or WMA files for additional tunes. In addition you have a thumb drive as well as an AUX input in the front to connect any other device. The unit is SiriusXM ready (subscription required) so you can bring your favorite channels with you even when you’re offshore. The receiver has the 3-band equalizer to optimize sound performance, while the three sets of RCA preamp outputs come in handy if you want to add amps and subs to your boat.
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