KHE-300-USB 1970 Mopar
KHE-300 radio is a fantastic option for the classic 1970 Mopar vehicle as it matches all comforts of the users with its incredibly modern technological features. The outstanding feature of this stereo-system was developed by Ken Harrison to suit the convenience of the user. The infotainment links the old technology and the modern technology. The special wireless Bluetooth application enhances the efficiency of the stereo system. The Bluetooth technology is accompanied by a number of applications that enhances its performance. The technology development aspect of this device is to create a special feature where the device can be connected to different users and the users can comfortably control the music playing. The USB port for the iPod or the MP3 player enables the user to connect his or her favorite music. The state of the art stereos gives the art of performance packed into an era correct package. It is attributed to RCA Pre-outs, a separate bass and treble control; seek/auto scan, 4-way fader control, a rear auxiliary input and a front mini SD card reader.
The stereo-system plan supports a wireless Bluetooth device connection for hands-free phone use. The user can therefore control and play melodies via phones and remotes. The application provides portability of the audio-system, therefore, there is no need of using manually controlled discs. The infotainment screen display is fitted on the dashboard of the vehicle. Through this screen, the user can access google maps for navigation. A special application is also installed in the infotainment the supplements the navigation program through a regular update on traffic and weather conditions. The special application also has a variety of music channels featuring a dozen of extra-bass audio speakers which when tuned produce clear sound amplification. This is also accompanied by a remote door lock and unlock, maintenance alerts and diagnostic report application connected with the audio system.