Kenwood KMR-M328BT Marine Digital Receiver with Bluetooth – Open Box
This Kenwood KMR-M328BT is an “Open Box” Item! – Click here for Gibby’s Open Box Definition
Have fun on the water or in the wild every day with the Kenwood KMR-M328BT marine digital media receiver. You can use your smartphone to control playlists and sound settings using Kenwood’s Remote App, and you can also enjoy your favorite Pandora® and Spotify® playlists. Same goes for Apple Music® if you’re using an iPhone! Kenwood’s marine receiver uses a conformal-coated circuit board and positive backlit display for optimized use on the sea and in the sun.
ALEXA VOICE CONTROL
After you load the Alexa app onto your phone and pair your phone to this Kenwood receiver, simply press the dedicated “Alexa” button on the faceplate, and you can access music, audiobooks, news, weather, traffic, and smart home controls using your voice.
THE MUSIC OPTIONS ARE ENDLESS
Your iPhone or Android smartphone will work well with the Kenwood KMR-M328BT, but you don’t have to always rely on your phone for entertainment. Just plug in a thumb drive to the front-panel USB input or connect another device to the aux input. The KMR-M328BT can play MP3, WMA, WAV, and even lossless FLAC files, so you’ll be able to enjoy your entire music library.
You can connect an optional Kenwood marine remote to control the KMR-M328BT from anywhere on your boat. And, if you’re a satellite radio fan, add a SiriusXM tuner (subscription required) to enjoy all your favorite music, sports, and talk, even when you’re many miles offshore. This Kenwood includes three sets of preamp outputs, so you’ll be in good shape when you decide to add marine amplifiers to your system.
BUILT FOR THE GREAT OUTDOORS
This Kenwood KMR-M328BT receiver handles the rugged conditions of the marine environment. It features a conformal coating that keeps moisture out of the internal circuitry, plus special double covers for the USB and aux inputs on the front panel. The compact 4″ deep chassis also makes it a great choice for ATVs, side-by-sides, golf carts, and other applications where a CD receiver really isn’t an option.