When you purchase the Kenwood DNX573S Navigation receiver, you’ll appreciate the 6.2-inch widescreen touchscreen, which has LED backlighting. This LCD touchscreen offers a high resolution for optimal viewing. Touchscreen controls make it easy to navigate the receivers menu, and you can simply flick the screen to scroll through pages or lists. Full adjustability of the screen, including color, sharpness, brightness, tint, and contrast, lets you adjust the screen to meet your viewing preferences.
The DNX573S offers Split Screen AV Control, which allows you to divide the monitor into two difference screens. Navigation is left on the left side and you have a control window located on the right. This allows you to keep the navigation screen up while still ensuring that you can access playback controls easily at the same time. It’s also possible to choose your own background color, choosing from preset colors or making your own custom color.
This Kenwood features built-in Garmin navigation map data and software, which includes maps of the U.S., Puerto Rico, and Canada. Millions of points of interest are included in these built-in maps, including airports, gas stations, hotels, attractions, ATMS, restaurants, and more. Easily find good routes and enjoy audible turn-by-turn directions while driving.
Built-in Bluetooth technology comes with the Kenwood DNX573S, making it easy to stream music from smartphones wirelessly. Bluetooth also makes it easy to receive and make phone calls hands free via the receiver. However, to use their feature, you’ll need a smartphone (apple, or android) that is Bluetooth compatible. Also, this device is Apple CarPlay™ compatible built-in for iPod,iPhone, and iPad control.
A built-in HD tuner allows you to receive digital AM/FM radio when available from local stations, providing you with excellent reception and audio quality. You a lso have the ability to access internet radio apps, such as iHeartRadio and Pandora via Bluetooth paired or USB connected smartphones. This allows you to access your favorite internet stations while you’re on the go.