I've had this stereo for a while now and it's OK. I wanted a double din (non-touchscreen) stereo with 3 preamp RCA outputs so I could hook up a four channel amp for my speakers and have a monoblock for my subwoofer. I have pretty much an all Alpine system and I wanted an Alpine double din, but they didn't have what I was looking for, so I went with Kenwood. This stereo has a lot of great features and they have a bluetooth model, but I wasn't interested in bluetooth. It works good and sounds good, but has a few minor flaws. Like other reviews, it is very hard to see in direct sunlight. Also some of the buttons are small and, at first, confusing to understand. Plus the letters look kind of old-school. And when the title is scrolling by, it scrolls by too fast and you can hardly read it. Plus I had a weird problem when it would stick in the iPod mode and wouldn't display any music and I couldn't control my iPod/Phone through the stereo. But I solved this problem by restarting my iPod/Phone. Overall a good head unit with no major problems, just a few minor problems.
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