KENWOOD DDX7018BT 7" DVD Waze Nav-App Weblink Bluetooth Double DIN Receiver New from the 2018 line up is the Kenwood DDX7018BT from the 7 Series models. We have yet to do an in-depth review of this unit so be sure to bookmark this page and check back. NO MORE HDMI The main changes from what we noticed are mainly Kenwood doing away with the HDMI interface. In place of that we get Kenwood's Web Link. This uses your basic USB connection, pretty similar to Pioneer's app radio and indeed it does look like Kenwood is headed that direction. Seems like Kenwood has done away with Air Mirroring for this model seeing that the HDMI interface has removed. Waze Nav-App Solution via USB Users of the navigation app Waze will be happy to learn that Kenwood has somewhat made this native, so the app will run direct on the unit. You will still need to connect your phone via USB though as Waze needs data to work. Youtube App in Web Link Finally, someone has enabled youtube app on the head unit. Take note that the interface is a little different and we had some issue searching videos. We will dig in further in the future. Full HD Video and Hi-res Audio Playback from USB devices You can now play audio and video files in various formats from your USB device. - MPEG4/H.264/MKV - 1920 x 1080 - WMV - 640 x 480 - FLAC/ WAV - 96kHz / 24bit Spotify Full Control Control Spotify on your phone and bring your music with you for the ride. Getting to your playlist has never been easier. Hi-Quality Sound - 13-Band EQ - Digital Time Alignment - High Voltage 4.0V 3 Preouts Dual Camera Inputs and Parking Guide Line Two camera support for front and rear. Parking guide lines are built in and works for most standard cameras. Parking should no longer be stressful. Direct OEM Steering Remote Control Most Japanese and Korean makes will connect easily. However do take not some models may require an additional interface. RGB Interface Allows for aftermarket external GPS module to be connected if you need it.