"Great audio isn’t just our mission. It is our passion."
Kenwood – not to be confused with the kitchen appliance company of the same name – started out in Japan in 1946 as Kasuga Radio Co. Ltd, was renamed to Trio in 1963 and became Kenwood in 1986 and Kenwood merged with JVC to form JVCKenwood in 2008. This company has developed over the years into an extremely well established and one of the best known car audio brands in the world.
Kenwood’s car audio products are easily arranged in series groups, so that speakers, amplifiers and subwoofers are arranged together according to sound style:
Kenwood presents a wide range of power handling, frequency response and signal to noise ratio ratings. Their speakers are built to blast out high power handling attributes, as well as a wider frequency response range and the higher priced items are designed and priced with the audiophile in mind.
The choice of styles for speakers is impressive too:
Kenwood speakers are very competitively priced with other similar speaker brands of comparable size and power handling and are significantly cheaper than luxury brands such as Infinity, Harmon Kardon and Boston Acoustics, but most of all, Kenwood speakers are compatible with other makes and models to achieve the sound design you really want.
Kenwood Ultra-high amplifiers have an impressive signal to noise ratio of 100db – the new X-Series amplifiers are precisely designed for High-Resolution Audio to create a truly authentic listening experience.
The car receivers (car stereo head units) from Kenwood of course have standard digital audio support features but some have advanced audio-customization capabilities. You can play CDs, MP3, radio, radio tuner, most have an audio line-in/out and some of these products support a wide range of audio formats. The car amplifiers and head units do not overheat and show longevity. Bluetooth, MP3, Apple and Android compatibility are also a must.
Put simply, you’ll love Kenwood car audio products.