- CD player with built-in MOSFET amplifier (22 watts RMS/50 peak x 4 channels)
- CD, CD-R, and CD-RW compatible, including discs loaded with MP3, WMA, and AAC files (not compatible with songs downloaded from Apple iTunes Music Store)
- Motorized, auto-slide detachable face with an AUX input for easy connection of an external audio source
- System Q Sound Control (including six preset tone curves and a 3-band EQ)
- 2-volt pre-out terminals for connection with external amplifiers
- RCA Pre-out circuit for use with a powered subwoofer or a rear channel amplifier
- Supreme audio processing for better sound from your compressed audio files
- Satellite radio-ready (XM or SIRIUS tuner, service subscription, and antenna required)
- HD Radio-ready
- Wireless remote
- 18 FM/6 AM presets
*Warranty: 1 Year Onlinecarstereo.com warranty.
1 Year warranty from Onlinecarstereo.com implies that repairs must be returned to Onlinecarstereo.com, not the manufacturer. More information can be found in our help section under returns & warranties.
What's not covered : Misuse, abuse, defacement, physical damage of any kind, and improper installation / operation. Video and multimedia equipment with damaged or cracked screens.Subwoofers and speakers are not warranted against being blown, burned or abused.
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Aaron From Ohio
|i have the same problem with going to the settings when i push the volume nob but that only happens about 1 out of every 50 or so times i adjust the volume. i am verry happy with my kenwood cd player and would buy it again, it dont have the anoying chime that the sony cd players have either when you turn it off.|
John From Wichita Falls, Texas
|I've been a user of Kenwood head units for nearly 20 years, this may be the last one I buy unless Kenwood improves their interfaces. What frustrates me the most is the volume/EQ control. Just like the Kenwood unit I had before this, the volume knob is too "short" or "shallow". I dont have unusually large hands or fingers and I find it very difficult to grip this knob in order to rotate it. I think my next head unit will have a toggle type volume control...that seems to make more sense. What makes it so frustrating with the KDC-MP235 is if you push on the knob it opens the audio settings menu...and it takes very little pressure to push. So, 1 out of every 4 times I go to adjust the volume I accidentally open the EQ menu. Then I have to push the knob another 6 or 7 times to get back to where I can adjust the volume. I cuss every time that happens. My 10 year old daughter, who's perfectly capable of rotating a volume knob, always knocks my EQ off the proper setting because of the sensitivity of the knob.
Kenwood really needs to re-think this interface. I also think the radio preset button are a little too small considering the frequency in which they're used. Ultimately the head unit sounds great and the tuner tunes in distant stations fantastically.|