Quick guidance from Kenwood's flagship navigation receiver
Not only do you want a navigation receiver that won't slow you down with time-wasting search results for your favorite destinations, but you also want one that gives you the most possibilities for entertainment on the go. That's where the Kenwood Excelon DNX890HD receiver fits the bill — it's got a 6.95" touchscreen display that puts control of your music, video, and phone options right at your fingertips.And the latest Garmin navigation functionality with Insta-Search and Insta-Route helps you find points of interest and routes five times faster than with previous models.
This Kenwood uses predictive text so you'll even save time typing in the name of your destination. You can also take advantage of smartphone connectivity that'll put most of your phone's favorite features conveniently right on the receiver's screen. Best of all, the Kenwood Excelon name gives you the added security of a 2-year warranty with your new receiver.
Take advantage of your phone's conveniences
The DNX890HD connects you to many of your phone's favorite features on the road, but it works in different ways for different devices:
iPhone®: With a separate cable, you'll get control of your Pandora® Internet radio, Aha Radio, and iHeartRadio apps through the receiver's touchscreen when connected. App Mode also gives you limited control over other select apps on your phone. The DNX890HD also offers compatibility with your iPhone's Siri® feature for select email, Bluetooth® calling, and iPod® commands.
Android™: You'll get control of your smartphone's Pandora, Aha Radio, and iHeartRadio apps through Bluetooth, so no cable needed. The Kenwood Music Control app also gives you easy search and playback functions of your Android phone's music through the receiver. The DNX890HD also works with Garmin's Smartphone Link suite of apps for Android, which gives you access to weather and traffic reports, red-light camera warnings, area fuel prices, and other services. Some Garmin Smartphone Link services are free, while others require a yearly subscription.
BlackBerry®: You'll get Pandora Internet radio app control through Bluetooth, so no cable needed.