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Customer Review Summary for Kenwood KTC-HR300
Average Customer Rating is 4.5 out of 5 stars:
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November 29, 2009 Works Well
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seanf from Littleton, CO
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I am using this with a Kenwood DNX-7019.
It works quite well.

Compared to Satellite Radio: The sound quality is much better. To my ears, satellite radio sounds over-compressed and shallow.
Compared to Normal FM: The sound quality is better and is static free. If the signal is weak, the unit seamlessly switches back to normal FM mode.

Most radio stations in large metropolitan areas have an HD counterpart, each of which may have one or two additional, and commercial free stations. The unit gives me the station name and artist, song title, and genre on the screen of my DNX-7019. Unfortunately, the iTunes tagging does not work for me because my head unit does not support the tagging (It is an older model that was discontinued before the KTC-HR300 was released)

Overall, I am very satisfied with the KTC-HR300 and would recommend it to anyone who has a Kenwood head unit and lives where there are HD stations.

By the way, there are no subscription fees for HD Radio.
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