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Video: Demo of the Kenwood DNX772BH navigation receiver


Kenwood's DNX772BH navigation receiver boasts built-in Bluetooth® connectivity, Garmin GPS, and an impressive 6.95" display that'll turn your dash into a multimedia command center. Take a look at it in action in this demo video.

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  • Kennard Reece from Brooklyn

    Posted on 8/2/2015

    I enjoy watching all the car electronics and I like to know more about them

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 7/27/2015

    Richard, we have car stereos in every price range. You can customize searches to your needs using the FILTER options in the dropdown bar equipped on every category page.

  • Richard ice from Saint paul

    Posted on 7/27/2015

    Why are the radios so darn costy

  • Alexander Hrabe from Crutchfield

    Posted on 7/23/2015

    Randy, that 75 watts x 4 rating for the stereo you mention is most likely a peak power rating. You want to look at the stereo's RMS rating, which is closer to its average output. That RMS rating will give you a sense of what speakers are appropriate for that stereo. Look for the speakers' RMS power handling rating. Your stereo's RMS output should be within the range of 75-150% of the speaker's max RMS power handling. But generally, if you're looking at our RetroSound gear, those style speakers should work well with a RetroSound radio. Give us a call if you have any questions.

  • randy from wildomar

    Posted on 7/23/2015

    1967 chevy ll/nova coupe, plan to buy a retro radio that puts out 4 ohm and 4 x 75 watts. One speaker in dash and one speaker in each kick panel. What watt for speakers would be the best for sound? Thanks.

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