Kenwood DMX125BT
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Kenwood DMX125BT

6.8" Digital Multimedia Receiver with Bluetooth, Rear View Camera Input, 13 Band EQ, English/Spanish Support, USB Mirroring for Android

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Short Chassis

A short chassis installation mounting depth means that the receiver will fit in more vehicles and can be used in non-traditional applications. Installers will love having the extra space behind the receiver to place extra components and route wires with ease.

DMX125BT Short Chassis

Rear View Camera Input

An optional rear view camera enhances safety while backing up and monitoring behind your vehicle.

Kenwood Rear View Camera Input

Full HD Video File Format Playback

Playback Full HD Video, 1080P (1920x1080)
Supported Formats via USB: H.264, MKV, MPGE4

Kenwood Video Format Playback

Android Screen Mirroring

Solution for seamlessly displaying and controlling your smartphone apps on a screen from an adroid device via USB.

Kenwood Android Screen Mirroring


  • 6.8” Capacitive Touch Screen
  • Short Chassis (2-15/16” Depth)
  • Bluetooth - HFP/A2DP
  • Reverse Camera Input w/Parking
  • Guidelines
  • Full HD Video File Format Playback
  • USB Mirroring for Android
  • 1 AV Input
  • 1 Video Output
  • 1 USB Input
  • 13 Band Graphic EQ
  • Digital Time Alignment
  • Blue Key Illumination
  • 2 Pre-outs @ 2 Volt
  • English/Spanish Language Support
  • UPC: 019048227355
  • Weight: 10
*Warranty: 1 Year warranty.
1 Year warranty from implies that repairs must be returned to, 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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   Julio From Dallas
You get what you pay for... Have been trying to get it installed and the biggest problem is connecting it to the steering wheel control. Should have paid a hundred dollars more for the headache. Kenwood said it's the worst when it comes to trying to connect with the steering wheel controls.