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Kenwood KDC-BT318U CD Receiver with Built-in BluetoothKDCBT318U

Kenwood KDC-BT318U CD Receiver with Built-in BluetoothKDCBT318U


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Kenwood KDC-BT318U CD Receiver with Built-in BluetoothKDCBT318U

Kenwood KDC-BT318U CD Receiver with Built-in BluetoothKDCBT318U
  • Built-in Bluetooth
  • Includes a external wired microphone for clear, convenient talking
  • Front USB Input: USB port allows connection to digital devices such as flash drives, portable media players, etc.
General Features:TDF(Theft Deterrent Faceplate)13 Segment 13 Digit LCD DisplayRotary Encoder and Direct Key (TEL) for easy operationMusic Search & Mixed Preset memory functionDigital Clock (12H)Key Illumination (Blue)Manual Dimmer Control Function (on/off)Audio Features:Maximum Output Power : 50W x 4 (MOSFET Power IC)Front AUX & USB Interface with slide protection cover2 Preout (2.5V)Sound ReconstructionDrive EQRear/Subwoofer SwitchableSubwoofer Level AdjustableSystem QBass BoostLoudnessBuilt-in LPFUSB Features:MP3, WMA, WAV Decoder with ID-3 Tag DisplayiPod/iPhone Direct Connection with Optional cable (KCA-iP102 *until iPhone4S)iPod Alphabet/Skip/2 Speed Search FunctionPandora / iHeart Radio App Ready (iPhone App)TuneIn / TuneIn Pro / Aupe

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  1. 13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good choice to add bluetooth to an older car, August 12, 2014
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    Scott B

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    (Updated 9.2.14). Installed this in a 2004 Subaru Forester about 3 weeks ago. Updated firmware from 1.19 to latest version 1.21 which went smoothly. VMInnovations did not double box the receiver so the Kenwood box itself was worse for the wear but everything inside was fine.

    [ For Subaru specifically: I purchased a wiring harness (SU-8900) off eBay to adapt the Subaru radio connector to the Kenwood. I soldered the wires together from the Kenwood harness to the SU-8900 harness and used heat shrink tubing from Radio Shack then wrapped the whole thing in electrical tape. It’s an exact color match wire to wire with the exception being that the SU-8900 blue wire must connect to the Kenwood blue/white wire. This is to power the Subaru antenna booster which many Subaru’s have. If you don’t do this radio reception will be poor. Ignore the orange wire as it’s not used. Since our car had the single DIN Subaru radio I didn’t need any additional hardware. You don’t even use the trim plate that Kenwood provides. The receiver bolts directly to the Subaru bracket using the OEM bolts and fits in the space of the OEM radio. I clipped the microphone to the headliner above the rear view mirror so it wasn’t blocked when you flip down the sun visor. I ran the wire along the headliner, the driver’s side pillar and under the dash to the radio. I had about a foot of extra wire doing it this way.]

    What is different from a typical factory radio is that power on / off and input selection (tuner, USB, etc) is controlled by the SRC (source) button at the top left. If you push the volume knob it will take you into the menus to change settings. This is typical of an aftermarket receiver. The button at the bottom left serves as both a back or escape button and as a search button for certain inputs. The up arrow button to the right of the volume knob rotates through FM1-FM2-FM3-AM so you can have 18 FM stations and 6 AM stations preset on buttons 1-6. These presets are saved if power is disconnected which is a nice touch. Other settings are not, however. Each input can have its own bass-mid-treble settings which I really like. You can also adjust volume offset so each input will be at the same level and you’re not getting blasted as you change from radio to something else. These are the basics to control the receiver so I’m going to move on to the PHONE button which is main reason I replaced the OEM radio.

    One of the things that I like about this receiver is that the PHONE button is prominently displayed over the rest of the controls. A few people have said that it is lit too brightly at night. It is bright as is the U-shaped band that runs around the volume control but you’ll have to decide if it’s a deal breaker. You cannot dim those lamps. This being my wife’s car she has not complained to me about the brightness.

    On an incoming call the caller’s name or number is displayed on the receiver. Tap the PHONE button to answer. Tap again to hangup. My comments to make a call are for an iPhone 5c. Holding in the PHONE button is the same as holding in the HOME button on the iPhone. Siri answers so you can use the same voice commands as if you were holding the phone. Much of the time the source button is set to BT AUDIO. The phone’s sounds and navigation are piped through the receiver. Every time you start the car the receiver’s Bluetooth syncs with the phone. When this is complete a little BT shows up in the display. It only seems to take a minute. There is a setting called ECHO CANCEL that’s only available when you are on a call (the menus are tailored per device and function). The default setting was 4 on a scale of 1-10 but the listener on the call said 1 sounded best. You can adjust MIC gain and noise cancellation too but I haven’t tried those yet. There is also a source selection called STANDBY. You can still make and receive calls but the phone’s notifications, directions etc. are not sent through.

    CD’s start playing automatically when you insert them. The double arrow buttons change tracks. If you plug in a USB flash drive it begins reading the playlist automatically. I didn’t get into multiple folder selection and song organization so I can’t comment on this. I paired the receiver to the phone by going into the phone’s settings for Bluetooth. The Kenwood showed up as something like “KDC-318” and I tapped connect. The receiver then displayed a message to tap the volume control to complete pairing. There is no need to punch in a pass code. Some people have posted that Bluetooth only played through the front speakers. To change this go to the BT MODE setting. Then to BT HF/AUDIO. Choose ALL instead of FRONT.

    Lastly, I like the all-black faceplate and volume knob as it is very subdued and blends in nicely. The other receiver on my shortlist was the Pioneer DEH-X4600BT. This looks like a good choice as well. A few people complained that the lights were too bright on that one…

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  2. 18 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    My last Kenwood. (Android users will want to read), July 11, 2014
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    For some odd reason this radio’s buttons do not dim or change brightness at all. There is a dimmer feature on the radio itself that you can switch on/off with the dial. However, if it does anything at all it would only dim the LED Screen. Same goes for the display setting, it only changes the LED screen. The brightness issue is never going to be the screen, when bright ass blue from the buttons fills the cab of your vehicle. The brightness does not adjust when you turn on your headlights either. There is a wire labeled “dimmer”. However, neither I (with my Ford Ranger) nor my friend with the same radio (and his Toyota 4 Runner) had any wires left to hook that up to.

    Apple users can skip next paragraph.

    As an android user I bought this radio on the premise that I would use the Bluetooth to play my music. Sadly, the Bluetooth connection (in my case at least) was absolutely horrid, static patches every so often. furthermore this radio won’t read androids through USB plug in at all, just says “NA DEVICE” which might as well stand for “Not Apple Device” (haha). After that I figured I’d try AUX which wasn’t ideal. at least it would work the way I wanted, or so I thought. The AUX port will not fit a standard male to male AUX cable because it is mainly there for the mic. Therefore would require the purchase of a special cable or an adapter just to use. I would recommend looking into pioneer’s. they’ll probably run a little more, but one of my buddies has one in his truck and it works with his galaxy s4.

    This radio earns the three stars based pretty much entirely on the fact that it is fairly easy to use and that it has a nice look to it.

    EDIT: I just found out today that the radio will not play mp4 audio from a flash drive, which makes no sense as that is the format that ipod uses.

    Second Edit: (about 4 months after purchase) I recently found out that the blue tooth connectivity issue was due to my phone. After doing a factory reset on my phone (due to another issue I was having with it) the blue tooth connection seems much better. however, I still feel as though it is three stars due to the flash drive thing.

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  3. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome receiver, August 18, 2014
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    R. Rickert
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    I wanted to use this for a while before I rated it. I’ve had it maybe a month now and I love it. It’s super easy to hook up IF you get the right wiring harness for your car. I put it in an ’05 Ford Escape using a Metra wiring harness and a Metra install kit. Easiest radio install I’ve ever done. The bluetooth picked up my LG Spectrum 2 immediately and connects automatically every time. Calls are crystal clear both on my end and the caller’s end. People that call say it sounds like I’m talking on the handset. Features and settings are endless and it sounds great, but we are used to quality from Kenwood. We are going to get the very same one to put in my wife’s car. We drive in Illinois a lot and they are a hands-free state now.

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