My only gripe with this head unit are the droves of unnecessary DSP parameters. When you get this unit, make sure you immediately dial the “Road Noise” effect to maximum and flip on the “Supreme” eq. You won’t get the best sound this unit is capable of without these features. The sound will be thin, bodyless and lack detail without maximizing these features. (You can pretty much ignore the other features, such as “speaker size” and “car type”. These are utterly useless bells and whistles) Kenwood could have just included the useful parameters I mentioned as standard (Why would you want to have to flip a switch in order to maximize the sound on your stereo? This should be a standard feature that is on all the time) I found it a bit of a hassle to monkey around with these features before I was able to maximize the sound. It’s almost as if the guys who engineered this piece purposefully reduced its sound quality, then included the ability to flip the necessary switches back on so you would think these Kenwood proprietary controls are like magic, bringing your music to life. I’m not fooled, Kenwood. This is still a nice unit, but let’s consider simplifying the DSP controls on the next model.
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