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Contents
Remote Controller
Before Use
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How To Read This Manual
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Basic Operations
6
Functions Of The Buttons
On The Front Panel_________________6
Turning On The Unit__________________10
How To Play Media___________________13
Operating With The Top Menu Screen____14
Common Operations_________________16
Navigation Operation_________________18
DVD/Video CD (VCD)
Operation20
DVD/VCD Basic Operation_____________20
Radio, HD Radio™ tuner and
SIRIUS XM Radio Operation
46
Troubleshooting104
Problems And Solutions_______________104
Functions Of
The Remote Controller Buttons_______101
Error Messages______________________105
Resetting The Unit___________________107
Radio/HD Radio tuner Basic Operation___46
Appendix108
SIRIUS XM Basic Operation_____________49
Playable Media And Files______________108
Memory Operation___________________52
Status Bar Indicator Items_____________111
Selecting Operation__________________52
Region Codes In The World____________113
Traffic Information___________________54
DVD Language Codes________________114
Receive Mode_______________________55
Specifications_______________________115
iTunes Tagging______________________56
About This Unit______________________118
Content alert________________________57
Instant Replay_______________________58
SIRIUS XM Setup_____________________59
Bluetooth Control
64
DVD Disc Menu Operation_____________23
Registering And Connecting
Bluetooth Unit_____________________64
Zoom Control For DVD And VCD________24
Playing Bluetooth Audio Device ________67
DVD Setup_________________________25
Using Hands-Free Unit________________68
CD/Audio And Visual Files/
iPod Operation
Bluetooth Setup_____________________71
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100
Battery Installation___________________100
Hands-Free Control__________________72
Music/Video/Picture Basic Operation____28
Setting Up
Search Operation____________________34
Monitor Screen Setup________________78
Movie Control_______________________39
System Setup_______________________79
PANDORA® internet radio Operation_____40
Display Setup_______________________82
USB/iPod/DivX Setup_________________42
Navigation Setup____________________85
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Camera Setup_______________________86
Software Information_________________87
AV Input Setup______________________87
AV Output Interface Setup_____________88
External Device Control_______________88
Controlling Audio
90
Setting Audio_______________________90
Controlling General Audio_____________94
Equalizer Control____________________95
Zone Control________________________97
Space Enhancer_____________________97
Listening Position____________________98
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How To Read This Manual
How To Read This Manual
Before Use
2 WARNING
To prevent injury or fire, take
the following precautions:
• To prevent a short circuit, never put or
leave any metallic objects (such as coins or
metal tools) inside the unit.
• Do not watch or fix your eyes on the unit’s
display when you are driving for any
extended period.
• If you experience problems during
installation, consult your Kenwood dealer.
Precautions on using this unit
• When you purchase optional accessories,
check with your Kenwood dealer to make
sure that they work with your model and in
your area.
• You can select language to display menus,
audio file tags, etc. See Language setup
(P.80).
• The Radio Data System or Radio Broadcast
Data System feature won’t work where
the service is not supported by any
broadcasting station.
Lens fogging
When you turn on the car heater in cold
weather, dew or condensation may form
on the lens in the disc player of the unit.
Called lens fogging, this condensation on
the lens may not allow discs to play. In such
a situation, remove the disc and wait for the
condensation to evaporate. If the unit still
does not operate normally after a while,
consult your Kenwood dealer.
Precautions on handling discs
• Do not touch the recording surface of the
disc.
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CD, Disc, iPod, USB device
Search Operation
You can search the music, video, or picture
file by some operations.
NOTE
• If you use a remote controller, you can jump
directly to the desired track/file with entering the
track/folder/file number, play time, etc. For details,
see “Direct search mode” (p.81).
List search
• Do not stick tape etc. on the disc, or use a
disc with tape stuck on it.
You can search tracks, folders, and files
according to hierarchy.
For USB devices and iPods, you can list and
search files in the device by using playlist.
• Do not use disc type accessories.
1
Press the <MENU> button during
playback.
Simple Control screen appears.
2
Touch [
].
List Control screen appears.
3
Touch desired track/file.
• Clean from the center of the disc and move
outward.
• When removing discs from this unit, pull
them out horizontally.
• If the disc center hole or outside rim has
burrs, use the disc only after removing the
burrs with a ballpoint pen etc.
Cleaning the unit
If the faceplate of this unit is stained, wipe it
with a dry soft cloth such as a silicon cloth.
If the faceplate is stained badly, wipe the
stain off with a cloth moistened with neutral
cleaner, then wipe it again with a clean soft
dry cloth.
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• Applying spray cleaner directly to the unit
may affect its mechanical parts. Wiping the
faceplate with a hard cloth or using a volatile
liquid such as thinner or alcohol may scratch
the surface or erase screened print.
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Operation title
Introduces the function.
NOTE
Introduces some tips, notes, etc.
Reference mark
Displayed in blue notes.
With one-click, you can jump to the
article related to the current section.
Operation procedure
Explains necessary procedures to
achieve the operation.
< >: Indicates the name of panel
buttons.
[
]: Indicates the name of touch
keys.
Screen shot
Shows some screen shots displayed during
operation for reference.
The area or keys to touch are surrounded
with a red frame.
• Discs that are not round cannot be used.
Protecting the monitor
To protect the monitor from damage, do not
operate the monitor using a ball point pen or
similar tool with the sharp tip.
Link header
You can refer each section or top page
with one-click.
Playback starts.
• 8-cm (3 inch) discs cannot be used.
• Discs with coloring on the recording
surface or discs that are dirty cannot be
used.
• This unit can only play the CDs with
.
This unit may not correctly play discs which
do not have the mark.
Other search
When you want to narrow the list down,
there are other search ways.
1
Press the <MENU> button during
playback.
Simple Control screen appears.
2
Touch [
].
The search type screen appears.
NOTE
• You cannot play a disc that has not been
finalized. (For the finalization process see
your writing software, and your recorder
instruction manual.)
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• The screens and panels shown in this
manual are examples used to provide clear
explanations of the operations.
For this reason, they may be different from the
actual screens or panels used, or some display
patterns may be different.
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Basic Operations
Number
Functions Of The Buttons On The Front Panel
DNX7190HD/DNX7490BT
1
Name
fi (Reset)
Motion
•If the unit or the connected unit fails to operate properly, the unit
returns to factory settings when this button is pressed (P.107).
•If the SI function is turned on, this indicator flashes when the vehicle
ignition is off (P.80).
2
ATT
•Switches attenuation of the volume on/off.
•North America Sales area: Pressing for 1 second stores the tag data of
the current music from HD Radio broadcast or SIRIUS XM (P.56).
•Central and South America sales area: Pressing for 1 second turns the
screen off.
10
11
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Adjusts volume.
4
AUD
•Displays Graphic Equalizer screen (P.95).*
5
NAV
•Displays the navigation screen.
6
MENU
•Displays the Top Menu screen (P.14).
7
TEL
8
0 (Eject)
•Pressing for 1 second switches camera view display on/off.
•Pressing for 1 second switches AV out sources.
•Pressing for 1 second turns the power off.
•When the power off, turns the power on.
• The panels shown in this guide are examples used to provide clear explanations of the operations. For this reason,
they may be different from the actual panels.
• In this manual, each model name is abbreviated as follows.
DNX7190HD and DNX7490BT:
If above icon is showed, read the article applicable to the unit you use.
1)Press 8 <0> button for 1 second.
The panel fully opens.
2) Hold the SD card as the diagram in the right and
insert it into the slot until it clicks.
●To eject the card:
•Displays the Hands Free screen (P.64).
•Pressing for 1 second displays the Screen Control screen.
•Ejects the disc.
•When the panel is opened, pressing closes the panel and pressing for 1
second ejects the disc forcibly.
•When the panel is closed, pressing for 1 second fully opens the panel to
the location of the SD card slot.
How To Insert An SD Card
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∞, 5 (Vol)
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NOTE
Push the card until it clicks and then remove your finger
from the card.
The card pops up so that you can pull it out with your
fingers.
3
Remote
Sensor
Receives the remote control signal.
You can enable or disable this feature by Remote Sensor (P.79).
10
Disc insert
slot
A slot to insert a disc media.
11
SD card slot
An SD card slot for upgrading the map. For how to upgrade the map, refer
to the instruction manual of the navigation system.
9
Labelled side
* The display may not switch to the Graphic Equalizer screen in some conditions.
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1 7 8
2
3
4
9
1
Name
fi (Reset)
Motion
•If the unit or the connected unit fails to operate properly, the unit
returns to factory settings when this button is pressed (P.107).
•If the SI function is turned on, this indicator flashes when the vehicle
ignition is off (P.80).
DNX6490BT
2
MENU
•Displays the Top Menu screen (P.14).
•Pressing for 1 second turns the power off.
•When the power off, turns the power on.
5
6
Number
10
DNX6990HD
DNX6490BT
3
NAV
•Displays the navigation screen.
4
TEL
•Displays the Hands Free screen (P.64).
•Pressing for 1 second switches AV out sources.
•North America Sales area: Pressing for 1 second stores the tag data of
the current music from HD Radio broadcast (P.56).
•Central and South America sales area: Pressing for 1 second turns off
the display.
NOTE
• The panels shown in this guide are examples used to provide clear explanations of the operations. For this reason,
they may be different from the actual panels.
• In this manual, each model name is abbreviated as follows.
DNX6990HD, DNX6190HD, and DNX6490BT:
DNX5190 and DNX5060EX:
If above icons are showed, read the article applicable to the unit you use.
How To Insert A MicroSD Card (DNX6990HD DNX6490BT)
1) Open the 10 microSD card slot cover
as the diagram in the right.
2) Hold the microSD card with the label
side facing left and the notched
section up and insert it into the slot
until it clicks.
●To eject the card:
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Volume Knob •Pressing switches attenuation of the volume on/off.
•Turning adjusts volume up or down.
•Pressing for 1 second displays Tone Control screen (P.96).*
6
SCRN
•Displays the Screen Control screen.
7
Remote
Sensor
Receives the remote control signal.
You can enable or disable this feature by Remote Sensor (P.79).
8
0 (Eject)
•Ejects the disc.
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Disc insert
slot
A slot to insert a disc media.
MicroSD
card slot
A microSD card slot for upgrading the map. For how to upgrade the map,
refer to the instruction manual of the navigation system.
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•Pressing for 1 second displays rear view camera display.
•Pressing for 1 second ejects the disc forcibly.
* The display may not switch to the Tone Control screen in some conditions.
Push the card until it clicks and then remove
your finger from the card.
The card pops up so that you can pull it out
with your fingers.
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Turning On The Unit
The method of turning on is different depending on the model.
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Initial setup
Perform this setup when you use this unit first time or when you reset the unit (P.107).
1
Set each item as follows.
Press the <MENU> button.
The unit is turned on.
●● To turn off the unit:
Press the <MENU> button for 1 second.
1
Press the <MENU> button.
Language
Select the language used for the control screen and setting items. Default is “American English (en)”.
1Touch [SET].
2Touch [2] or [3] to select the desired language.
3Touch [Enter].
For detailed operation, see Language setup (P.80).
Angle
Adjust the position of the monitor. Default is “0”.
1Touch [SET].
2Touch desired angle number and [
].
For detailed operation, see Monitor angle control (P.82).
iPod AV Interface Use
Set the terminal which your iPod is connected to. Default is “iPod”.
1Touch [iPod] or [AV-IN2].
Color
Set the screen and button illumination color. You can select whether to allow color scan operation or
select a fixed color for operation.
1Touch [SET].
2Touch [ON] or [OFF] of [Panel Color Scan].
3If you want to change color, touch [SET] of [Panel Color Coordinate].
4Touch your desired color and [
].
For detailed operation, see Panel color coordinate (P.83).
The unit is turned on.
●● To turn off the unit:
Press the <MENU> button for 1 second.
If it is your first time turning the unit on after installation, it will be necessary to perform
Initial setup (P.11).
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EXT SW
Control the external devices.
1Touch [SET].
2Set device name, output pattern, and pulse set for each device. Then, touch [
For detailed operation, see EXT SW setup (P.81).
Camera
Set the parameters for the camera.
1Touch [SET].
2Set each item and touch [
].
For detailed operation, see Camera Setup (P.86).
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Touch [Finish].
How To Play Media
●● To eject the disc:
Press the <0> button.
Music CD and disc media
1
Press the <0> button.
USB device
1
NOTE
• These settings can be set from the SETUP menu. See Setting Up (P.78).
2
Connect the USB device with the
USB cable.
The panel opens.
Insert the disc into the slot.
The unit reads the device and playback
starts.
The panel closes automatically.
The unit loads the disc and playback
starts.
●● To eject the disc:
Press the <0> button.
1
●● To disconnect the device:
Touch [0] for 1 second on the screen and
disconnect the device from the cable.
iPod
1
Connect the iPod with the iPod
cable.
Insert the disc into the slot.
The unit reads the iPod and playback
starts.
The unit loads the disc and playback
starts.
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●● To disconnect the device:
Touch [
] on the screen and then touch
[0] for 1 second. Disconnect the iPod
from the cable.
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●● Customizing Top Menu screen
Operating With The Top Menu Screen
Drag the icon you want to register to the
upper line.
You can move up to three icons.
Most functions can be performed from the Top Menu screen.
1
Touch [Menu] on any screen.
NOTE
• If [Menu] is not
displayed during
video/picture
playback, press the
<MENU> button.
(P.6, P.8)
Top Menu screen appears.
NOTE
• You can select the
hiding icon by
scrolling the screen
left or right.
From this screen, you can perform the following functions.
Function
Switch the audio source
Icon
Operation
Touch the icon of the
desired source.
etc.
Touch the icon of the
desired setup function.
Enter setup mode
etc.
Touch [NAV] or
navigation information.
Display navigation
screen
or
Turn off all audio
function
14
Touch [STANDBY].
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Flick scrolling
Common Operations
You can scroll the list screen by flicking the screen up/down or right/left.
Introduces the common operations.
General
There are some functions which can be operated from most screens.
[Menu]
Returns to the Top Menu screen.
(RETURN)
Returns to previous screen.
(common menu key)
Touch to display the common menu. The
contents of the menu are as follows.
:
Displays the EXT SW Control
screen.
: Displays the SETUP Menu screen.
: Displays the Audio Control Menu
screen.
: Displays the control screen of current
source. Icon feature differs depending
on the source.
: Closes the menu.
List screen
There are some common function keys in the list screens of most sources.
(Scroll)
Scrolls the displayed text.
etc.
Touch keys with various functions are
displayed here.
Displayed keys differ depending on the
current audio source, status, etc.
For examples of functions of each key, refer
to the table below.
Key
Function
Lists all the music in the lower hierarchy.
Moves to the upper hierarchy.
Displays current category folder.
Displays music/picture/movie file list.
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Navigation Operation
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Touch [
] or [
] in the navigation screen.
For details on the navigation function, please refer to the Navigation Instruction Manual.
Display the navigation screen
1
Press the <NAV> button.
Touching this area displays
the audio screen.
: Displays the navigation and control
keys of the current source.
: Displays the navigation and current
video/picture playback display.
The navigation screen appears.
Control audio from the navigation screen
You can control audio sources while the navigation screen is displayed.
Also, you can view the navigation information while the source control screen is displayed.
1
Touch the information bar.
NOTE
• The screen switches between playback screen
and camera view each time the viewing area is
touched.
• Touching the source icon in the bottom of the
screen displays the full audio screen.
●● To return to the full navigation screen:
Touch [
].
NOTE
The navigation screen with audio information appears.
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• For details on control keys, refer to the instructions in each section.
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DVD, VCD
DVD/Video CD (VCD) Operation
DVD/VCD Basic Operation
Most functions can be controlled from the source control screen and playback screen.
NOTE
• Set the remote controller mode switch to DVD mode before starting operation, see Switching the operation
mode (P.101).
• The screen shot below is for DVD. It may be different from the one for VCD.
Control screen
1
Video screen
6
6
5
2
3
4
7
8
1 Information display
Displays the following information.
•Title #, Chap #: DVD title and chapter number display
•Track #/Scene #: VCD track or scene number display
*Scene # is displayed only when PBC is on.
•3, ¡, ¢, 7, etc.: Current play mode display
The meanings of each icon are as follows; 3 (play), ¡ (fast forward), 1 (fast backward),
¢ (search up), 4 (search down), 7 (stop), 7R (resume stop), 8 (pause),
(slow playback),
(slow reverse playback).
5 Sub function menu
The following functions can be performed by using keys in this area.
•Repeats the current content: Touch [
]. Each time you touch the key, repeat mode switches in the
following sequence;
DVD: "title repeat"
, "chapter repeat"
, "function off"
VCD (PBC On): Does not repeat
VCD (PBC Off ): "track repeat"
, "function off"
•Hides all keys: Touch [
].
•Fast forward or fast backward: Touch [1] or [¡]. Each time you touch the key, the speed
changes; standard, 2 times, 3 times.
•Confirms play time: See #:##:##.
DVD: You can switch the time display between title play time, chapter play
time, and title remaining time. Each time you touch, the display switches
between “T #:##:##” (title play time display), “C #:##:##” (chapter play time
display), and “R #:##:##” (title remaining time display).
As well as the time display, the bar indicating current location appears.
VCD (PBC off ): You can also confirm disc remaining time by touching time
display. Each time you touch, the display switches between “P
##:##” (play time display) and “R ##:##” (disc remaining time).
•Confirms the current location: S ee the bar in center (DVD only). The bar does not appear when the
time display is remaining time display.
6 Searching area
Touch to search the next/previous content.
Scrolling from center of display to left or right performs fast backward or fast forward. Each time you
touch each area, the speed changes; standard, 2 times, 3 times. To stop fast backward/forward, touch
center of the display.
7 Menu display area
This area functions differently depending on the current status.
•During DVD playback: Displays the DVD menu. During the menu display, displays the highlight
control screen.
•During VCD playback: Displays the Zoom Control screen (P.24).
8 Key display area
Touch to display the last control screen.
Touch this area to display the disc lable name.
2 Multi function key
Touch to switch the multi function menu. For details on the menu, see Multi function menu (P.22).
3 Multi function menu
Various functions can be performed by using keys in this area. For details on the keys, see Multi
function menu (P.22).
NOTE
• If you use a remote controller, you can jump directly to the desired image with entering the chapter number,
scene number, play time, etc (P.101).
4 Control switching key
Unavailable in DVD/VCD source.
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Multi function menu
DVD
Highlight control
DVD Disc Menu Operation
VCD
The functions of each key are as follows.
You can set up some items in the DVD-VIDEO
disc menu.
1
[4] [¢]
Searches the previous/next content.
Touch illustrated area during
playback.
[38]
Plays or pauses.
Highlight control lets you control the DVD
menu by touching the menu key directly on
the screen.
1
Touch [Highlight] in the Menu Control
screen.
2
Touch desired item on the screen.
[ ] or [ ] (DVD only)
Plays in slow motion forward or backward.
[7]
Stops playback. When touched twice, the disc is played from the beginning when you play it the next
time.
[PBC] (VCD only)
Turn PBC on or off.
[
Menu Control screen appears.
2
Perform desired operation as follows.
SETUP]
NOTE
Touch to display the SETUP Menu screen. See Setting Up (P.78).
[
• The highlight control is cleared automatically if
you do not operate for a constant time.
AUDIO]
Touch to display the Audio Control screen. See Controlling Audio (P.90).
DVD Play Mode Setting
[
EXT SW]
Touch to control the external device power supply. For details, see External Device Control (P.88).
[ REAR
]
Touch to mute the rear speaker.
You can select DVD play mode.
1
Touch [Next] in the Menu Control
screen.
Displays the top menu
Touch [Top].*
Displays the menu
Touch [Menu].*
Displays the previous menu
Touch [Return].*
Enters selected item
Touch [Enter].
Enables direct operation
Touch [Highlight] to enter the highlight control
mode (P.23).
Menu Control 2 screen appears.
Moves the cursor
Touch [5], [∞], [2], [3].
* These keys may not function depending on
the disc.
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2
Touch the key which corresponds to
desired setting item.
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NOTE
• For DVD, please refer to DVD Play Mode Setting
(P.23) to display the Zoom Control screen.
2
Perform desired operation as follows.
Switches the subtitle language
Touch [Subtitle]. Each time you touch this key,
language is switched.
Switches the audio language
Touch [Audio]. Each time you touch this key,
language is switched.
DVD Setup
You can set up the DVD playback functions.
NOTE
• Each operation in this section can be started from
the Top Menu screen. For details, see Operating
With The Top Menu Screen (P.14).
1
Touch [
] in the control screen.
Multi function menu appears.
2
Touch [SETUP].
SETUP Menu screen appears.
3
Touch [Source].
Controls zoom ratio
Touch [Zoom]. For details, see step2 in Zoom
Control For DVD And VCD (P.24).
Switches zoom ratio
Touch [Zoom].
For DVD, changes the zoom ratio at 4 levels;
Off, 2 times, 3 times, 4 times.
For VCD, changes the zoom ratio at 2 levels;
Off, 2 times.
Switches the picture angle
Touch [Angle]. Each time you touch this key,
picture angle is switched.
Scrolls the screen
Touch [5], [∞], [2], or [3] to scroll the screen
in the direction you touch.
Exits menu control
Touch [Exit].
Exits menu control
Touch [Exit].
4
Displays the Menu Control 1 screen
Touch [Previous].
Displays the previous menu*
Touch [Return].
Touch [DVD SETUP] in the list.
DVD SETUP screen appears.
5
Set each item as follows.
Zoom Control For DVD And VCD
You can enlarge Playback screen for DVD and
VCD.
1
For VCD, touch illustrated area during
playback.
* This function may not be performed
depending on the disc.
NOTE
• You cannot touch the menu keys directly on the
screen when zooming.
Source SETUP Menu screen appears.
Menu/Subtitle/Audio Language*
See Language setup (P.26).
Dynamic Range Control*
Sets the dynamic range.
Wide: The dynamic range is wide.
Normal: The dynamic range is normal.
Dialog (Default): Makes the total sound
volume larger than other
modes. This is effective only
when you are using Dolby
Digital software.
Angle Mark
Sets an angle mark display.
ON (Default): An angle mark appears.
OFF: An angle mark does not appear.
Screen Ratio*
Sets the screen display mode.
16:9 (Default): Displays wide pictures.
4:3 LB: Displays wide pictures in the Letter Box
format (having black stripes at the top
and bottom of screen).
4:3 PS: Displays wide pictures in the Pan &
Scan format (showing pictures cut at
the right and left ends).
Parental Level*
See Parental level (P.26).
DISC SETUP
See Disc setup (P.27).
Stream Information
Displays the present source information.
The stream (Dolby Digital, dts, Linear PCM,
MPEG, WMA or AAC) appears.
* These items are disabled when a DVD is
being played.
Zoom Control screen appears.
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Language setup
This setting is for the language used in the
menu, subtitle, and voice. You cannot setup
these items during DVD playback.
1
2
Touch [SET] of the desired
item; [Menu Language],
[Subtitle Language],
[Audio Language].
Language Set screen appears.
Enter the desired language code and
touch [Enter].
Parental level
Sets a parental level. You cannot setup this
item during DVD playback.
1
Touch [SET] of [Parental Level].
Parental Pass screen appears.
2
Enter the parental code and touch
[Enter].
Parental Level screen appears.
Disc setup
Performs setup when using disc media.
1
Touch [SET] of [DISC SETUP].
DISC SETUP screen appears.
2
Select an option as follows.
NOTE
• To cancel the setup and return to the previous
screen, touch [Cancel].
• To clear the entered code, touch [Clear].
• Current parental level appears as [Level#].
3
Touch [2] or [3] to select a parental
level.
Sets the entered language and returns to
the DVD SETUP screen.
NOTE
• To cancel the setup and return to the previous
screen, touch [Cancel].
• To clear the entered code, touch [Clear].
• To set the DVD’s original language for audio
language, touch [Original].
NOTE
• If a disc has higher parental lock level, you need
to enter the code number.
• The parental lock level varies depending on a
loaded disc.
• If a disc has no parental lock, anybody can play it
back even when you have set the parental lock.
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CD Read
Sets the motion of this unit when a music CD
is played.
1 (Default): Automatically recognizes and plays
back an audio file disc, a DVD or a music CD.
2: Forcibly plays back a disc as a music CD.
Select [2] if you wish to play a music CD having
a special format or if you cannot play a disc in
[1] position.
On Screen DVD
Sets an on-screen display.
Auto: When updated, information appears for
5 seconds.
OFF (Default): Information does not appear.
NOTE
• [CD Read] is not available when a disc is in the
unit.
• You cannot play an audio file/VCD disc in the [2]
position. Also, you may not play some music CDs
in the [2] position.
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4 Multi function menu
Various functions can be performed by using keys in this area. For details on the menu, see Multi
function menu (P.32).
Music/Video/Picture Basic Operation
5 Sub function key
Touch to display “Sub function menu” (7 in this table).
Most functions can be controlled from the source control screen and playback screen.
NOTE
• Set the remote controller mode switch to AUD mode before starting operation, see Switching the operation
mode (P.101).
• To connect iPod to this unit, optional accessory KCA-iP202 is necessary.
7 Sub function menu
Various functions can be performed by using keys in this area. For details on the keys, see Sub function
menu (P.33).
See the following sections for each source operation.
• Music CD (P.28)
• USB device (P.30)
• Disc media (P.28)
6 Track information
Displays the information of the current track.
For music CD and disc media, you can switch the current track information and the current folder list by
touching the list switching key (8 in this table).
However, only "No Information" is displayed for music CD.
• iPod (P.30)
8 List switching key
Touch to switch between the track list and the CD-TEXT display (CD)/ID3 tag information (disc media
only).
Music CD and disc media
NOTE
Video screen (disc media only)
• In this manual, “Music CD” will be referred to as the general CDs which include music tracks in.
“Disc media” will be referred to as CD/DVD disc which includes audio, picture or video files.
9
• The screen shot below is for CD. It may be different from the one for disc media.
Simple Control screen
List Control screen
1
2
2
6
7
3
4
5
3
4
8
1 Information display
Displays the following information.
•Track #: Each time you touch this area, display switches between current track number, text, etc.
•3, ¡, ¢, 7, etc.: Current play mode display
The meanings of each icon are as follows; 3 (play), ¡ (fast forward), 1 (fast
backward), ¢ (search up), 4 (search down), 7 (stop), 7R (resume stop), 8
(pause).
9
10 11
9 Searching file area (disc media only)
Touch to search the next/previous file.
Scrolling from center of display to left or right performs fast backward or fast forward. Each time you
touch each area, the speed changes; standard, 2 times, 3 times. To stop fast backward/forward, touch
center of the display.
10Menu display area (disc media only)
Touch to display the disc menu. For details, see Movie Control (P.39).
11Key display area (disc media only)
Touch to display the last control screen.
2 Movie display area/Control switching area
Touch to switch between the Simple Control and List Control screen.
3 Multi function key
Touch to switch the multi function menu. For details on the menu, see Multi function menu (P.32).
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Picture/video screen
9
NOTE
• The screen shot below is for USB device. It may be different from the one for iPod.
Simple Control screen
List Control screen
1
2
2
6
7
3
4
5
3
4
8
1 Information display
Displays the following information.
•Current file name: Each time you touch this area, display switches between file number/folder
number and file name.
•3, ¡, etc.: Current play mode display
The meanings of each icon are as follows; 3 (play, searching), 8 (pause), ¡ (forward
manual search), 1 (reverse manual search).
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10
9 Searching file area (picture/video file only)
•Touch to search the next/previous file.
•During slide show in USB mode, touching each area searches the next/previous music file.
•Scrolling from center of display to left or right performs fast backward or fast forward. To stop fast
backward/forward, touch center of the display. This function is not available when there is no music
file in the current folder.
10Key display area (picture/video file only)
Touch to display the last control screen.
2 Artwork/Control switching area
The picture data is displayed if available from the current file. When the picture is not available, “No
Photo” is displayed.
Touch to switch between the Simple Control and List Control screen.
3 Multi function key
Touch to switch the multi function menu. For details on the menu, see Multi function menu (P.32).
4 Multi function menu
Various functions can be performed by using keys in this area. For details on the keys, see Multi
function menu (P.32).
5 Sub function key
Touch to display “Sub function menu” (7 in this table).
6 Contents list
Displays the list and contents. The contents of the list differ depending on the playback status and
source.
7 Sub function menu
Various functions can be performed by using keys in this area. For details on the keys, see Sub function
menu (P.33).
8 List switching key
Touch to switch between the file list and the current file information.
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Multi function menu
Sub function menu
Music CD
Disc media
iPod
USB device
The following functions can be performed by using keys in this area.
[
] (Disc media, iPod, USB device only)
Searches track/file. For details on search operation, see Search Operation (P.34).
[4] [¢]
Searches the previous/next track/file.
[3] [8] (iPod only) / [38]
Plays or pauses.
[7] (music CD and disc media only)
Stops playback.
[0] (iPod and USB device only)
Touch for 1 second to disconnect the device. For details, see How To Play Media (P.13).
[
] (iPod only)
Touch to switch among the App mode and Normal mode cyclically.
App mode: Allows this unit to output the sounds and images produced by the application running on
your iPod touch or iPhone.
In the App mode, you can control only the “Pause and play” and “Selecting a song” functions from this
unit.
[
] [
] (disc media and USB device only)
Searches previous/next folder.
[
] (picture files in USB device only)
During picture playback, switches to picture display.
[
SETUP]
Touch to display the SETUP Menu screen. See Setting Up (P.78).
[
AUDIO]
Touch to display the Audio Control screen. See Controlling Audio (P.90).
[
EXT SW]
Touch to control the external device power supply. For details, see External Device Control (P.88).
[ REAR
]
Music CD
Disc media
iPod
USB device
The following functions can be performed by using keys in this area.
[
]
Repeats the current track/folder. Each time you touch the key, repeat mode switches in the following
sequence;
CD, iPod: "track repeat"
, "repeat off"
Disc media, USB device: "file repeat"
, "folder repeat"
, "repeat off"
[
] (USB device and iPod only)
Searches track from the album artwork list. For details on search operation, see Search from album
artwork (P.37).
[
] (During video file playback only)
Hides all keys.
[1] [¡] (Music CD and disc media only)
Fast forward or fast backward.
[
][
] (USB device and iPod only)
Plays the previous or next album in Favorite list (P.38).
#:##:## or ##:##
Confirms play time.
During music CD playback, you can also confirm disc remaining time by touching time display.
Each time you touch, the display switches between “P ##:##” (track play time display) and “R ##:##” (disc
remaining time).
[
]
Randomly plays all tracks in current folder/disc or in current playlist in the connected iPod.
Each time you touch the key, random mode switches in the following sequence;
CD: "track random"
, "random off"
Disc media, USB device: "file random"
, "random off"
iPod: "track random"
, "album random"
, "random off"
Status bar in center (USB device and iPod only)
Confirms the current location.
During USB device and iPod playback, you can drag the circle left or right to change the playing
position.
Touch to mute the rear speaker.
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Other search
Search Operation
You can search music, video or picture files
by the following operations.
NOTE
• If you use a remote controller, you can jump
directly to the desired track/file with entering the
track/folder/file number, play time, etc. For details,
see Direct search mode (P.101).
List search
When you want to narrow the list down,
there are other search ways.
This function is not available when music CD
is the current source.
1
Link search (USB device and iPod only)
1
Touch the desired category from the
left part of the screen.
1
2
3
The list is sorted by selected category.
Touch the desired item from the left
part of the screen. You can select from
artist, album, genre and composer.
Touch [
] in the control screen.
The search type screen appears.
2 Touch desired search way.
USB device
You can search tracks, folders, and files
according to hierarchy.
1
Category search (USB device and iPod only)
Touch illustrated area.
Touch desired item.
Playback starts.
NOTE
iPod
The list corresponding to your selection
appears.
NOTE
• The list is sorted by the way you selected.
• To narrow the search you can select a letter from
the alphabet list in the center of the display.
• artist: Displays the album list of the artist.
• For operations in the list screen, see Common
Operations (P.16).
• genre: Displays the artists list in which artists
belong to the same genre.
• album: Displays all tunes of the current album.
• composer: D
isplays the album list of the
composer of the current file.
List Control screen appears.
2
2
Touch desired track/file.
Touch to select desired item in the
list. Repeat this step until you find the
desired file.
NOTE
The list sorted in the way you selected
appears.
See the following sections for each
operation.
• [Category List]: You can search a file by
selecting category (P.35).
NOTE
• [Link Search]: You can search a file of
same artist/album/genre/composer as the
current track (P.35).
• For disc media, you can switch the file list and
folder list by touching [
].
• [Folder List]: You can search a file according
to hierarchy (P.36).
• For disc media, you cannot display the list during
random play and stop.
• [Thumbnail Viewer]: You can search a
picture file (P.36).
Playback starts.
• To narrow the search you can select a letter from
the alphabet list in the center of the display.
• For operations in the list screen, see Common
Operations (P.16).
NOTE
• For disc media, you can display the folder list
directly by touching [
].
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Folder search (USB device and disc
media only)
1
Touch the desired folder.
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Search from album artwork (USB device and iPod only)
Picture search (USB device only)
1
Touch the desired picture.
You can search music files by selecting the
album artwork.
1
2
Contents of the folder are displayed in
the right area of the screen.
2
Touch desired item from the content
list.
Playback starts.
Touch [ 3 ] on the selected artwork.
The first song in the album is played.
In addition, you can create your original
playlist from this screen. For details, see
Favorite list (P.38).
Touch [
].
Sub function menu appears.
NOTE
Touch [
• The albums with no photo are not displayed.
].
• After all tracks in the album are played, the same
album is played again from the first track.
The selected picture appears in full
screen.
See number 9-10 in USB device and iPod
(P.30) for operation of picture screen.
Favorite screen appears.
NOTE
• For operations in the list screen, see Common
Operations (P.16).
4
3
Touch desired artwork in the lower
line.
NOTE
• The key in the upper side of the screen functions
differently depending on the status.
When [Load Albums] appears:
You have not yet loaded any artworks. Touch the
key to start loading.
When [Load More Albums] appears:
Some artworks are not loaded. Touch the key to
load all artworks. If you touch the key, the track
being played may stop and another track may
start playback.
When the key does not available:
All artworks are already loaded.
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Favorite list
You can create an original playlist of your
favorite 10 albums by selecting album
artworks.
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2
Touch the desired artwork in the
favorite list.
Movie Control
You can adjust the movie playback from a
disc media.
Touch and drag the desired album
artwork in the lower line to the upper
line.
1
In the playback screen, touch
illustrated area.
Selected album is played and the control
screen appears.
NOTE
Selected album is registered to the
favorite list.
NOTE
• The added album is placed on the extreme right.
• You cannot register the same album already
registered to the favorite list.
• Up to 10 albums can be registered to the list.
• The favorite list is played to the right starting with
the selected album.
• To delete the album from the favorite list, touch
and drag it to the lower line.
Movie Control screen appears.
2
Perform desired operation as follows.
• You can change the playing order of the favorite
list by dragging the artwork in the list.
• The favorite list mode is canceled in the following
situations.
• Playing another album from other list (folder list,
category list, etc.)
• Playing another album by touching the artwork
in the lower line in the artwork list screen.
• The favorite list mode resumes after
disconnecting/connecting the device or turning
on/off. File being played, playing time code,
favorite list contents, favorite list order, etc.
resumes if file configuration of the device is not
changed.
Changes subtitle language
Touch [Subtitle].
Changes audio language
Touch [Audio].
Exits the menu
Touch [Exit].
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Multi function menu
PANDORA® internet radio Operation
You can listen to the PANDORA® internet radio on this unit by controlling the application
installed in the iPhone or Bluetooth device.
To enter PANDORA mode, touch [Pandora] icon in the Top Menu screen.
The following functions can be performed by
using keys in this area.
[
NOTE
]
• Install the latest version of the Pandora® application on your iPhone, Android or BlackBerry.
iPhone: Search for "PANDORA" in the Apple iTunes App Store to find and install the most current version.
Android: Visit the Andoid marketplace and search for Pandora to install.
BlackBerry: Visit www.pandora.com from the built in browser to download the Pandora application.
Searches the station. For details on searching,
see Station list screen (P.42).
• For how to register the Bluetooth device, see Registering the Bluetooth Unit (P.65).
Thumbs down to the current song and skip to
the next song.
Simple Control screen
List Control screen
[
1
2
2
6
7
4
5
3
4
8
1 Information display
Displays text information of current contents that is being played.
2 Artwork/Control switching area
The picture data is displayed if available from current content. When the picture is not available, “No
Photo” is displayed.
Touch to switch between the Simple Control and List Control screen.
3 Multi function key
Touch to switch the multi function menu. For details on the menu, see Multi function menu (P.41).
4 Multi function menu
Various functions can be performed by using the keys in this area. For details on the keys, see Multi
function menu (P.41).
5 Play time display key
Touch to display the play time (7 in this table).
6 Content information
Displays the information of the current content being played.
7 Play time
Displays the elapsed time since when you select the station and status bar which shows current
location.
You can display a Device select screen for
device selection.
1
Touch [
] in the control screen.
The Device select screen appears.
] (Thumbs down)
[ 38 ]
Displays or pauses the content of the current
station/channel.
[¢]
Skips the current song.
(Note this function is disabled when the
PANDORA skip limitation is exceeded.)
[
3
Device select
] (Thumbs up)
Registers the current contents as favorite
content.
[
Device selection
Bluetooth: Uses the device connected via
Bluetooth for PANDORA Internet
radio reception.
Wired: Uses the iPhone connected via the
KCA-iP202 (optional accessory) for
PANDORA Internet radio reception.
] (Bookmark Artist)
Bookmark an artist in the current contents.
NOTE
[
• If you touch [
] when no device has been
connected, a popup screen that allows device
selection only appears.
] (Bookmark Song)
Bookmark a song in the current contents.
[
]
Displays a Device select screen that allows you
to select the device to be used for PANDORA
Internet radio reception. See Device select
(P.41)
NOTE
• [SETUP], [AUDIO], and [EXT SW] functions same
as iPod.
• An iPhone connected via Bluetooth cannot be
used for Pandora Internet radio reception.
• If the volume of Pandora Internet radio received
by a Bluetooth device is too low, raise it on the
Bluetooth device.
8 List switching key
Touch to switch between the content list and the current content information.
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You can perform the following functions
from this screen.
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USB setup
USB/iPod/DivX Setup
You can perform setup when using USB/
iPod/ DivX (DNX7490BT/ DNX6490BT).
1
Set each item as follows.
iPod setup
1
Set each item as follows.
NOTE
• Each operation in this section can be started from
the Top Menu screen. For details, see Operating
With The Top Menu Screen (P.14).
Selects the station
Touch the station name in the list.
1
Touch [
] in the control screen.
Multi function menu appears.
2
Touch [SETUP].
SETUP Menu screen appears.
3
Touch [Source].
Sort the list in alphabetical order
You can select the desired letter from the list
which corresponds to the station name to help
narrow the search.
On Screen USB
Sets how to display the information of the USB
device.
Auto (Default): Information appears for 5
seconds when updated.
OFF: Does not display any information.
Sort the list by registered date
Touch [ByDate]. The list is sorted to begin with
the last registered station.
NOTE
•You can operate PANDORA by using the
remote controller. However, only playing,
pausing, and skipping are available.
•You cannot select iPod as rear source when
you select PANDORA as main source in dual
zone function.
Picture Display Time
Selects length of time to display JPEG picture
file in the screen. Select from [Short], [Middle],
and [Long] (default).
Source SETUP Menu screen appears.
4
Touch [USB], [iPod] or [DivX] in the list.
Each setup screen appears.
See the following section for each setting.
• USB setup (P.43)
AudioBook Speed
Sets the audio book playback speed. Select
from [Slow], [Normal] (default), and [Fast].
Wide Screen*
Sets Wide Screen. Set [ON] or [OFF] (default).
On Screen iPod
Sets how to display the information of the
iPod.
Auto (Default): Information appears for 5
seconds when updated.
OFF: Does not display any information.
* This setting is not available when an iPod is connected.
• iPod setup (P.43)
• DivX setup (P.44)
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DivX setup (DNX7490BT/ DNX6490BT)
This feature is available only for Central and
South America sales area.
1
Set each item as follows.
DivX(R) Registration Code
Checks the registration code. This code is
needed when making a disc which has DRM
(Digital Rights Management).
DivX(R) Deactivation
Deregisters the unit which is already registered.
After you touch the key, a confirmation
message appears. Follow the message and
complete the operation.
NOTE
• [DivX(R) Registration Code] is disabled when a
DVD is being played.
• When downloading a DivX VOD file controlled
by DRM, register the code appeared on the
screen. Otherwise the file may not be able to play
with this unit. Remaining number of viewing is
displayed when playing a DivX VOD file with the
viewing restriction. When the remaining number
of viewing reached 0, a warning message appears
and the file cannot be played.
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Radio, HD Radio™ tuner and SIRIUS XM Radio Operation
Radio/HD Radio tuner Basic Operation
Most functions can be controlled from the source control screen.
NOTE
• Set the remote controller mode switch to AUD mode before starting operation, see Switching the operation
mode (P.101).
• HD Radio broadcasting can be received only by the DNX7190HD, DNX6990HD, and DNX6190HD.
• HD Radio broadcasting is for North American sales area only.
7 Sub function menu
The following functions can be performed by using keys in this area.
•Switches the band: Touch [AM] or [FM].
•Tunes in a station: Touch [1] [¡]. The method of frequency switching can be changed. See Multi
function menu (P.47).
•Selects a channel (HD Radio tuner only): Touch [CH∞] or [CH5].
•Tunes in by entering direct number (HD Radio tuner only):
T ouch [
] and enter the desired number. For details, see Direct search (P.53).
The bar in center (tuner only) shows the current frequency location.
8 List switching key
Touch to switch between the preset list and the information list.
In tuner mode, radio text plus will be displayed.
In HD Radio tuner mode, tuned program information will be displayed.
• The screen shot below is for tuner. It may be different from the one for HD Radio broadcasting.
Simple Control screen
6 Preset list
Displays the list of preset stations or channels and the information.
List Control screen
1
2
2
6
Multi function menu
Tuner
HD Radio tuner
7
The functions of each key are as follows.
3
4
5
3
4
8
1 PS/Station name display
Displays the PS name or station name.
2 Information display/Control switching area
Displays the following information.
•Picture: The picture data or station Logo data is displayed if available from current content.
•[FM1] etc.: Band display
•MHz/kHz: Frequency display
•Preset #: Preset number
•HD# (HD Radio tuner only): Channel display
Touch to switch between the Simple Control and List Control screen.
3 Multi function key
Touch to switch the multi function menu. For details on the menu, see Multi function menu (P.47).
4 Preset key/Multi function menu
Recalls the memorized station or channel. When touched for 2 seconds, stores the current receiving
station or channel in memory.
When switched, various functions can be performed by using keys in this area.
For details on the menu, see Multi function menu (P.47).
5 Sub function key
Touch to display “Sub function menu” (7 in this table).
[P1] - [P6]
Selects the preset station. Touch for 2 seconds to store the current station into the preset memory.
]
[
Displays the list of preset stations or channels.
[TI] (FM Tuner and HD Radio tuner only)
Sets the traffic information mode on. For details, see Traffic Information (P.54).
[SEEK]
Switches the seek mode in the following sequence; [AUTO1], [AUTO2], [MANUAL].
•AUTO1: Tunes in a station with good reception automatically.
•AUTO2: Tunes in stations in memory one after another.
•MANUAL: Switches to the next frequency manually.
[AME]
Selects the auto memory mode. For details, see Auto memory (P.52).
[PTY] (FM Tuner and HD Radio tuner only)
Searches a program by setting program type. For details, see Search by program type (P.53).
[CRSC] (FM Tuner only)
Switches to monaural to decrease noise when reception is poor.
[RCV] (HD Radio tuner only)
Switches the receive mode in the following sequence; [AUTO], [DIGITAL], [ANALOG]. For details, see
Receive Mode (P.55).
[
SETUP]
Touch to display the SETUP Menu screen. See Setting Up (P.78).
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AUDIO]
Touch to display the Audio Control screen. See Controlling Audio (P.90).
[
EXT SW]
Touch to control the external device power supply. For details, see External Device Control (P.88).
[ REAR
]
Touch to mute the rear speaker.
SIRIUS XM Basic Operation
Most functions can be controlled from the source control screen.
Before use
• SiriusXM Satellite Radio operation requires the connection of the optional SiriusXM-Connect Vehicle Tuner (sold
separately) and service. To activate the SiriusXM Vehicle Connect tuner, you will need the Radio ID.
• Make a note of your Radio ID: For each SiriusXM Vehicle Connect tuner, peculiar Radio ID is assigned. To confirm
your Radio ID, tune to channel 0. The letters I, O, S and F are not used in any Radio ID.
• How to activate your SiriusXM Service: Go to www.siriusxm.com/activatenow or call 1-866-635-2349 to activate
your SiriusXM Vehicle Connect Tuner..
This HD Radio receiver enables:
• Program Service Data: Contributes to the superior
user experience of HD Radio Technology. Presents
song name, artist, station IDs, HD2/HD3 Channel
Guide, and other relevant data streams.
NOTE
• Set the remote controller mode switch to AUD mode before starting operation, see Switching the operation
mode (P.101).
• To use SIRIUS XM radio, the optional accessory is necessary.
• SIRIUS XM are for North American sales area only.
• Adjacent to traditional main stations are extra
local FM channels. These HD2/HD3 Channels
provide new, original music as well as deep cuts
into traditional genre.
Simple Control screen
List Control screen
1
2
2
6
• Digital, CD-quality sound. HD Radio Technology
enables local radio stations to broadcast a clean
digital signal. AM sounds like today’s FM and FM
sounds like a CD.
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3
• iTunes® Tagging provides you the opportunity to
discover a wide range of content and the means
to “tag” that content for later review and purchase
from the iTunes® Store.
• Visual information related to content being
played on your HD Radio receiver, such as Album
Art, historical photographs, still art from live
broadcasts, among other related content.
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5
3
4
8
1 Signal Strength indication
Displays the received signal strength of the SiriusXM tuner.
2 Information display/Control switching area
Displays the following information.
•[SXM1], etc.: Band display
•Preset #: Preset number
•#CH: Channel display
•Logo: Channel logo display
Touch to switch between the Simple Control and List Control screen.
3 Multi function key
Touch to switch the multi function menu. For details on the menu, see Multi function menu (P.50).
4 Preset key/Multi function menu
Recalls the memorized channel. When touched for 2 seconds, store the current receiving channel in
memory.
When switched, various functions can be performed by using keys in this area.
For details on the menu, see Multi function menu (P.50).
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5 Sub function key
Touch to display “Sub function menu” (7 in this table).
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[ REAR
]
Touch to mute the rear speaker.
6 Music information
Displays the information of the current music: Channel Name, Artist Name, Song Title, Content Info,
Category Name, Channel Description, Similar Channels
7 Sub function menu
The following functions can be performed by using keys in this area.
•Switches the band: Touch [BAND].
•Tunes in a station: Touch [4] [¢].
•Tunes in by entering direct number: T ouch [
] and enter the desired number. For details, see
Direct search (P.53).
•Starts instant replay: T ouch [
]. Replay 30 minutes of the current channel. Touching this key again
plays the on-air song. For details, see Instant Replay (P.58).
8 List switching key
Touch to switch between the preset list and the information list.
Multi function menu
The functions of each key are as follows.
[P1] - [P6]
Selects the preset channel. Touch for 2 seconds to store the current station into the preset memory.
]
[
Selects the method of searching from preset channel selecting or category/channel searching. For
details on search operation, see Selecting Operation (P.52).
[SEEK]
Switches the seek mode in the following sequence; [SEEK1], [SEEK2].
•SEEK1: Tunes channels one after the other.
•SEEK2: Selects channels in memory one after the other.
[
]/[
]
Touch for 2 seconds to register content as Alert content.
•[
]: Registers the artist of the song you are listening to now as an alert content.
•[
]: Registers the song you are listening to now as an alert content.
For details, see Content alert (P.57).
[
]
Turns the City alert function on or off.
For details, see Content alert (P.57).
[
SETUP]
Touch to display the SETUP Menu screen. See Setting Up (P.78).
[
AUDIO]
Touch to display the Audio Control screen. See Controlling Audio (P.90).
[
EXT SW]
Touch to control the external device power supply. For details, see External Device Control (P.88).
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Manual memory
Memory Operation
Auto memory
You can store stations with good reception in
memory automatically.
This function is for Radio and HD Radio tuner
only.
NOTE
• Auto memory terminates when 6 stations are
stored or when all stations are tuned in.
You can store the current receiving station or
channel in memory.
1
Select a station or channel you wish
to store in memory.
You can tune to a station with a specific
program type when listening to FM.
2
Touch [P#] (#:1-6) in which you want
to store the station or channel for 2
seconds until a beep sounds.
1
Touch [
] in the control screen.
The multi function menu appears.
2
Touch [PTY] in the multi function
menu.
TUNER PTY Mode screen appears.
3
4
Select a program type from the list.
Selecting Operation
• The operation ends automatically if you do not
operate within 10 seconds.
1
Touch [
].
Sub function menu appears.
2
Touch desired band key.
Search by program type (FM tuner and HD Radio tuner
only)
Preset select
You can list and select memorized station or
channel.
You can tune in by entering the desired
frequency or channel number.
1
Touch illustrated area.
Touch [Search].
List Control screen appears.
Selecting from the multi function menu
1
Direct search (SIRIUS XM and
HD Radio tuner only)
2
Touch the desired number from P1
to P6.
The unit will tune to the selected station
or channel.
Touch [
].
Selecting from the preset list
1
Touch illustrated area.
You can search a station of the selected
program type.
10Key Direct screen appears.
3
Touch [
] in the control screen.
The multi function menu appears.
4
Touch [AME] in the multi function
menu.
5
Touch [1] or [¡] in the sub
function menu.
Auto memory starts.
3
Enter the channel number and touch
[Enter].
NOTE
List Control screen appears.
2
Select a station or channel from the
list.
• To cancel the direct search, touch [Cancel].
• To clear the number you entered, touch [Clear].
• For HD Radio tuner, you can search by frequency.
Each time you touch [Mode] in the left part of the
screen, it changes the mode between frequency
entering mode and channel entering mode.
NOTE
• For SIRIUS XM and HD Radio tuner, touching
[
] and then [Preset List] displays the preset
channel list. You can also select your desired
channel from the list.
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Category/Channel search
(SIRIUS XM and HD Radio
tuner only)
You can specify the desired category and
select a channel.
1
Touch [
] in the control screen.
The multi function menu appears.
2
Touch [
] in the multi function
menu.
List select screen appears.
3
Touch [Preset list] or [Category/
Channel list].
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Traffic Information (FM Tuner and HD Radio tuner
Only)
You can listen and watch the traffic
information automatically when a traffic
bulletin starts.
However, this feature requires a Radio
Broadcast Data System that includes the TI
information.
1
Touch [
] in the control screen.
The multi function menu appears.
2
Touch [TI] in the multi function menu.
Traffic information mode is set.
Receive Mode (HD Radio tuner
only)
You can set the radio broadcasts receive
mode.
1
Touch [
] in the control screen.
The multi function menu appears.
2
Touch [RCV] in the multi function
menu.
HD Radio tuner Mode screen appears.
3
Select the receive mode from [Auto],
[Digital], and [Analog] using [2] and
[3].
When the traffic bulletin starts
The Traffic Information screen appears
automatically.
The previously used category or channel
list appears.
4
NOTE
• If you select [Auto], tunes to analog broadcast
automatically when there is no digital broadcast.
Select the desired content from the
list.
NOTE
• For SIRIUS XM tuner, all the channels in the
selected category appear.
• For SIRIUS XM tuner, touching [All Channel]
displays all the channels.
• Each time you touch [Info Change] in the channel
list, switches the sequence of the list.
SIRIUS XM: Channel name, artist name, song
title, category name, content info
NOTE
• It is necessary to have Traffic Information function
set to on in order to have the Traffic Information
screen appear automatically.
• The volume setting during reception of traffic
information is automatically stored. The next time
the traffic information is received, this unit recalls
the volume setting automatically.
HD Radio tuner: S ong title, artist name, album
name
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iTunes Tagging
(SIRIUS XM and HD Radio tuner
only)
You can tag your music using an iTunes
Tagging enabled HD Radio tuner and SIRIUS
XM receiver.
When you hear a song you enjoy on
your local HD Radio tuner or SIRIUS
XM, you only have to press the <ATT>
button (DNX7190HD) or <TEL> button
(DNX6990HD/ DNX6190HD/ DNX5190/
DNX5060EX) for 1 second. The song’s information will then be saved
on this unit. The saved songs will then show
up in a playlist called “Tagged” in iTunes the
very next time you sync your iPod to your
computer. So then you just need to click and
then easily buy and download the song you
were tagging directly from the Apple iTunes
Music Store.
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Checking the memory usage
song information can be registered.
1
Touch illustrated area.
When a broadcast program related to the
registered artist, song, team or city starts, a
message appears to allow you to switch the
current channel to the relevant channel.
1
When the broadcast of the registered
content starts, an Alert screen
appears.
List control screen appears.
2
Touch [
].
Information list appears.
3
Scroll down the list and confirm
“Tagging Information”.
Jump
Touch to display the Alert Content List screen.
Registering a tag
1
Content alert (SIRIUS XM only)
Ignore
Touch to cancel the Content alert.
Press the button instructed in each
diagram for 1 second during listening
to the song from HD Radio tuner or
SIRIUS XM station.
2
Select a content from the list.
NOTE
• Up to 50 tags can be registered to this unit. When
iPod is connected, the tag information registered
to this unit is transferred to the connected iPod.
NOTE
• Each time you touched [Type], switches the
sequence of the Content alert list as follows;
Aritst alert, Song alert, Team alert.
• For how to register artists and songs and turn
on/off the City alert function, see Multi function
menu (P.50).
• For how to set up the Content alert function, see
SIRIUS XM Setup (P.59).
“TAG” appears on the display when the
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Instant Replay (SIRIUS XM only)
You can replay last 30 minutes of current
channel.
1
Touch [
] in the sub function menu.
Instant Replay screen appears.
Program play pauses.
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Program list
Touching this plays back the displayed
program.
[Info Change]
Touching this allows you to switch among the
Artist name, Song title, Category name, and
Content info cyclically.
3
Touch [38].
Playback starts.
You can set a SIRIUS XM parental code.
NOTE
• Each operation in this section can be started from
the Top Menu screen. For details, see Operating
With The Top Menu Screen (P.14).
1
Touch [
] in the control screen.
Multi function menu appears.
2
Touch [SETUP] in the multi function
menu.
SETUP Menu screen appears.
3
Touch [Source].
NOTE
• Recording starts at the time the current channel
is received.
• Recorded data of the previously received channel
is cleared immediately when a different channel
is received.
Parental code
SIRIUS XM Setup
[4] [¢]
Searches the previous/next track.
1
Touch [Change] of [Parental Code] in
the SIRIUS XM SETUP screen.
Parental Pass Check screen appears.
NOTE
• The code number is set to “0000” as default.
2
Enter the current code number.
Parental Pass 1st entering screen appears.
3
Enter the new code number and touch
[Enter].
Parental Pass 2nd entering screen
appears.
4
Enter the same code number as you
input in step 3 and touch [Enter].
The code number is confirmed and
SIRIUS XM parental code is now set.
[38]
Plays or pauses.
[1] [¡]
Fast forward or fast backward.
Status bar
Confirms the current location.
[
]
Exit Instant Replay
[
]
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4
Touch [SIRIUS XM SETUP] in the list.
SIRIUS XM SETUP screen appears.
See the following section for each setting.
• Set up the parental code (P.59)
• Set up the parental lock (P.60)
• Set up the Mature parental lock (P.61)
Displays a list of recorded data on a program
basis.
2
Source SETUP Menu screen appears.
] to display a program list.
• Set up the skip channel select (P.61)
• Set up the Content alerts (P.62)
• Set up the content for Content alerts
(P.62)
• Select the city for Content alerts (P.62)
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Parental lock
Mature setup
You can select the channels to enable SIRIUS
XM Parental Lock function.
1
Touch [SET] of [Parental Lock Channel
Select] in the SIRIUS XM SETUP
screen.
Parental Pass Check screen appears.
NOTE
• You need to complete Parental code (P.59)
beforehand.
• To delete the parental lock channel setting, touch
and hold [Clear] for 2 seconds, enter the Parental
code number, then touch [Enter].
2
Enter the same code number as you
originally input in Parental code
(P.59) and touch [Enter].
Parental Lock Category Select screen
appears.
3
Touch the desired category from the
list.
NOTE
• Each time you touched [Info Change], switches
the sequence of the channel list as follows;
Channel name, Artist name, Song title, Category
name, Content information.
• Touch [’] to return to Parental Lock Category
Select screen.
• Touch [
Skip channel select
You can automatically limit children’s contact
with the channel for which Parental Lock is
not turned on when the channel is deemed
inappropriate.
You can set the undesired channels to skip.
1
Touch [SET] of [Skip Channel Select].
Skip Category Select screen appears.
1
2
Touch the desired category from the
list.
Displays all the channels in the selected
category.
3
Touch each channel list and set ON
or OFF.
Touch [ON] or [OFF] of [Parental Lock
Mature] in the SIRIUS XM SETUP
screen.
Turns the Mature on or off.
Default is “OFF”.
NOTE
• When this function is turned on, Mature channels
are indicated “forced on” in the function which is
described in Parental lock (P.60).
NOTE
• Operations in each list screen are same as
Parental lock (P.60).
] to return to SIRIUS XM SETUP screen.
Displays all the channels in the selected
category.
NOTE
• Touch [All Channel] to display all the channels.
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Touch each channel list and set on or
off.
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Content alerts setup
You can turn on or off the Content alerts
function.
1
Touch [ON] or [OFF] of [Content alerts]
in the SIRIUS XM SETUP screen.
Turns the Content alerts on or off.
Default is “ON”.
City select for Content alerts
You can select a city for which traffic
information or weather forecast is to be
received with the Content alerts function.
1
Touch [2] and [3] of [Traffic Weather
Jump City Select] to select a city.
Content alerts Content Set
You can set a content for Content alerts.
1
Touch [SET] of [Content alerts Content
Set] in the SIRIUS XM SETUP screen.
Artist list screen appears.
2
Touch [Type] to select the screen of
the content you want to set up.
Touching this allows you to switch
among the Artist list, Song list, and Team
list cyclically.
3
Touch each content list and set ON or
OFF.
NOTE
• Touch “Delete” to delete the currently selected
content from the Artist list and Song list.
• Available teams were pre-registered in the Team
list. Team(s) cannot be registered or deleted
manually.
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Bluetooth Operation
Bluetooth Control
Using the Bluetooth function, various
functions can be used: listening to the audio
file, making/receiving a call.
About the cell-phone and
Bluetooth audio player
This unit conforms to the following
Bluetooth specifications:
Registering the Bluetooth Unit
Registering And Connecting Bluetooth Unit
It is necessary to register the Bluetooth audio
player or cell-phone to this unit before using
the Bluetooth function.
You can register up to 5 Bluetooth unit.
1
Press the <TEL> button.
Profile
Cell-phone:
HFP (Hands Free Profile)
OPP (Object Push Profile)
PBAP (Phonebook Access Profile)
SYNC (Synchronization Profile)
Audio player:
A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile)
Profile
Cell-phone:
HFP (Hands Free Profile)
• A new device cannot be registered if there are 5
registered Bluetooth units. Delete unnecessary
registration. See Connecting the Bluetooth unit
(P.66).
• Registering operation can be performed from the
Bluetooth unit. In this operation, entering the PIN
code is necessary. See Registering Bluetooth
unit PIN code (P.72).
• If registering cannot be completed even when
the PIN code is correct, try Registering special
Bluetooth unit (P.66).
• If a Bluetooth unit cannot be registered by normal
register (pairing) operation, touch [SP DEV]. For
details, see Registering special Bluetooth unit
(P.66).
2
Touch [BT SETUP].
Touch [PIN Code Set].
PIN Code Set screen appears.
Hands Free screen appears.
NOTE
• If the unit cannot be searched in step 1, you can
search the unit again by touching [Search] in
above screen.
• Touch [Cancel] to cancel searching for the
Bluetooth unit.
• For the cell-phones verified for compatibility,
access the following URL:
http://www.kenwood.com/cs/ce/bt/.
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2
NOTE
• The units supporting the Bluetooth function have
been certified for conformity with the Bluetooth
Standard following the procedure prescribed by
Bluetooth SIG.
However, it may be impossible for such units to
communicate with your cell-phone depending
on its type.
Touch [SET] of [Regist New Device].
Searched Device List screen appears.
• The Searched Device List screen cannot be
displayed, when the receiving source is PANDORA
internet radio or Bluetooth Audio,
Version
Bluetooth Ver. 3.0 Certified
Version
Bluetooth Ver. 2.0 Certified
1
NOTE
Bluetooth SETUP screen appears.
See the following section for each setting.
• Registering the Bluetooth Unit (P.65)
• Connecting the Bluetooth unit (P.66)
3
Enter PIN code and touch [Enter].
The entered code is recognized and
Searched Device List screen appears
again.
4
Select the Bluetooth unit to register
from the list.
The Connection Device List screen
appears.
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Bluetooth Operation
Connecting the Bluetooth unit
1
2
Touch [SET] of [Paired Device List].
Connection Device List screen appears.
Touch the device name you want to
connect.
Registering special Bluetooth
unit Playing Bluetooth Audio Device
Bluetooth basic operation
If registering cannot be completed by normal
operation, there is another method.
1
Simple Control screen
Touch [SP DEV] in the Searched
Device List screen.
List Control screen
1
5
4
2
Special Device List screen appears.
Means that the device is a cell-phone.
2
Select the device name you want to
register from the list.
Means that the device is an audio player or
cell-phone with audio player.
• If the icon is lighted, it means that the unit will
use that device.
• If a device has been paired, the Bluetooth unit
cannot be connected from the paired device.
• [Audio(A2DP)] and [Pandora(SPP)] is available only
for
and
.
• Touching [Remove] removes registration
information. After you touch the key, a
confirmation message appears. Follow the
message and complete the operation.
• To disconnect the device, perform above
procedures again.
• A cell-phone cannot be connected by touching
[TEL(HFP)] when the receiving source is PANDORA
internet radio or Bluetooth Audio.
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Special Device Select Confirm screen
appears.
3
NOTE
3
1 Information display
Displays the name of the track information. If the information is not available, device name is displayed.
2 Multi function key
Touch to switch the multi function menu.
3 Multi function menu
SETUP]: Touch to display the SETUP Menu screen. See Setting Up (P.78).
EXT SW]
: Control the external device power supply. For details, see External Device
Control (P.88).
•[7]: Stops playback.
•[ REAR ]: Touch to mute the rear speaker.
4 Control switching area
Touch to switch between the Simple Control and List Control screen.
5 File information
Displays the information of the current file.
•[
•[
NOTE
Touch [TEL(HFP)], [Audio(A2DP)], or
[Pandora(SPP)].
[TEL(HFP)] is for cell-phone.
[Audio(A2DP)] is for audio player.
[Pandora(SPP)] is for Bluetooth device.
2
The functions of each key are as follows.
•[4] [¢]: Searches the previous/next content.*
•[3]: Plays.*
•[8]: Pauses.*
•[ AUDIO]: Touch to display the Audio Control screen. See Controlling Audio (P.90).
Means that the device is a PANDORA internet
radio.
3
3
Confirm the device name and touch
[Yes].
NOTE
• If you touch [No], operation is cancelled.
• The devices not listed cannot be registered.
* These items appear only when the audio player which supports AVRCP profile is connected.
NOTE
• If the operation keys do not appear, operate from the player.
• Depending on your cell-phone or audio player, audio may be heard and controlled but text information may not
appear.
• If the volume is too low, raise it on your cell-phone or audio player.
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Bluetooth Operation
Making a call
Using Hands-Free Unit
You can use telephone function by
connecting the Bluetooth telephone to this
unit.
1
2
Select a dialing method.
*1 You can sort the list to begin with touched
character.
Press the <TEL> button.
Downloading the phonebook
If you want to use your phonebook data, it
is necessary to download the data from the
cell-phone to this unit in advance.
1
See the following table for each method.
Operate the cell-phone to send the
phonebook data to this unit.
2
Call by entering a phone number
Operate the cell-phone to start the
hands-free connection.
1Touch [Direct Number].
2Enter a phone number with number keys.
].
3Touch [
NOTE
Call using call records
• If your cell-phone supports auto-download of
phonebook but not downloaded automatically,
follow the procedure above to download
manually.
1Touch [Incoming Calls], [Outgoing Calls], or
[Missed Calls].
2Select the phone number from the list.
3Touch [
].
• See the instruction manual of your cell-phone for
the operation.
• Up to 600 phone numbers can be registered for
each registered cell-phone.
• Up to 32 digits can be registered for each
phone number along with up to 50 characters
representing a name. (50 is the number of
alphabetical characters. Fewer characters can be
input depending on the type of characters.)
Hands Free screen appears.
Redial
1Touch [Redial] to display the previously
called number.
].
2Touch [
Call using the phonebook
• The phonebook data cannot be downloaded
normally.
1Touch [Phonebook].
2Select the name from the list.*1*2
3Select the number from the list.
4Touch [
].
• Characters in the phonebook are garbled.
Call using the preset number
• Depending on the type of your cell-phone, the
following restrictions are placed;
• To cancel downloading the phonebook data,
operate the cell-phone.
1Touch [Preset #] to start calling the
corresponding phone number.
• Characters with no corresponding name
will not appear.
• During search, a non-accent character
such as “u” is searched for instead of an
accent character such as “ü”.
*2 You can set the list to arrange in the order
of last name or first name. For details, see
Setting up the Hands-Free phone (P.73).
*3 If more than one number are assigned
to one name, say the key word for the
category, and then touch [
] to make
a call.
If there are plural numbers under one key
word or if you do not register the key word
voice to the unit, touch [Phonebook] and
select the desired number from the list.
NOTE
• While your car is moving, some functions are
disabled for safety reasons. The keys associated
with the disabled functions become ineffective
if touched.
• The status icons such as battery and antenna
displayed may differ from those displayed on the
cell-phone.
• Setting the cell-phone in the private mode can
disable the hands-free function.
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Receiving a call
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Bluetooth Operation
Operations during a call
Adjust the receiver volume
Touch [ ] to answer a phone call or
[ ] to reject an incoming call.
Press the <∞> or <5> button.
Muting Audio Volume upon Reception
of Phone Call (DNX5190 only)
When a call is received or you answer a call,
the Call Interrupt screen appears and system
is paused.
Bluetooth Setup
You can register PIN code, select the device
to connect, and perform output setup.
1
Press the <TEL> button.
Turn the volume knob.
The system resumes playing automatically
when the call ends and hang up the phone.
NOTE
• While monitoring the camera view, this screen
does not appear even if a call comes in. To display
this screen, press the <TEL> button or return the
shift knob of car to the driver position.
NOTE
• To use the Mute feature, you need to hook up the
mute wire to your telephone using a commercial
telephone accessory. See “Connection” (P.27) in
Quick Start Guide.
Call waiting
Switch the voice output
Touch [
] to switch the voice output
between phone and speaker.
Output the dial tone
Touch [DTMF] to display the tone input screen.
You can send tones by touching desired keys
on the screen.
If you receive a call during another call, you
can answer it with the current call suspended
or switch between the current call and
waiting call.
Hands Free screen appears.
2
Touch [BT SETUP].
Answer the new incoming call
Touch [
]. The current call is kept suspended.
Switch between the current and waiting call
Touch [
] again.
Each time you touch [
], the calling party is
switched.
Terminate the current call
Touch [
].
The call switches to the waiting one.
Bluetooth SETUP screen appears.
See the following section for each setting.
• Register the PIN code (P.72)
• Select the unit to connect (P.66)
• Set up output (P.72)
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Bluetooth Operation
Registering Bluetooth unit PIN
code
You can set the PIN code to the Bluetooth
unit. The code is acquired when registering
(pairing) from the cell-phone or audio player
side.
1
Touch [SET] of [Receiver PIN Code] in
the Bluetooth SETUP screen.
Receiver PIN Code Set screen appears.
2
Enter a code number and touch
[Enter].
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Setting up the Hands-Free
phone
Hands-Free Control
You can perform various setup about handsfree function.
1
Press the <TEL> button.
Hands Free screen appears.
2
Touch desired key in the Hands Free
screen.
1
2
Touch [TEL SETUP] in the Hands Free
screen.
Hands Free SETUP screen appears.
Set each item as follows.
Microphone Level
Adjusts the sensitivity of the telephone
microphone. Default is “20”.
• If you want to cancel the registration, touch
[Cancel].
• If you want to clear the entered number, touch
[Clear].
You can select speakers to output the sound
from cell-phone (such as phone call voice
and ringing tone) and Bluetooth audio
player.
1
Touch [Front Only] or [All] of
[Bluetooth HF/Audio] in the Bluetooth
SETUP screen.
Front Only
Outputs from the front speakers.
All
Outputs from all speakers.
Sort Order
Sets how to arrange the cell-phone
phonebook.
First: Arranges in the order of first name.
Last (Default): Arranges in the order of last
name.
Echo Cancel Level
Adjusts the level of echo cancellation.
Default is “0”.
NOTE
Bluetooth output setup
SMS Use
Select whether to use SMS.
ON (Default): Uses SMS.
OFF: Not uses SMS.
Noise Reduction Level
Reduces the noises generated by surrounding
environment without changing the
microphone volume. Use this setting when the
voice of caller is not clear. Default is “0”.
See the following section for each setting.
• Set up the Hands-Free system (P.73)
• Set up SMS (P.74)
• Preset the phone number (P.76)
[Restore]
Resets the settings to the default settings.
Auto Response*1
Sets an automatic response time to pick-up an
incoming call.
OFF (Default): Automatic response is not
available.
0-99: Set calling ring time (second).
*1 Either the time interval for automatic
answer set on this unit or the time interval
set on the cell-phone, whichever is shorter
takes effect.
Call Beep
Select whether to beep at an incoming call.
ON (Default): Beeps.
OFF: Not beeps.
SMS Receive Beep
Select whether to beep at an incoming SMS.
ON (Default): Beeps.
OFF: Not beeps.
Phone Information Use
Sets whether to download phonebook for
outgoing, incoming and missed calls list.
ON (Default): Yes.
OFF: No.
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Bluetooth Operation
SMS (Short Message Service)
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Bluetooth Operation
Operations in the message list screen
You can use SMS function.
1
Touch [SMS] in the Hands Free screen.
SMS Select screen appears.
2
Select desired function from the list.
Creating a new message
1
Touch [Create Message] in the SMS
Select screen.
SMS Create Menu screen appears.
2
Touch [
] or [Direct Number].
Changes the layout of the character keys
[ABC]: Alphabetical layout
[QWE]: Qwerty layout
[ALT]: Alternate key
Erases the entered character
Touch [Clear]. To erase all the input characters,
touch for 2 seconds.
Enters a space
Touch [Space] at desired position.
5
Calls the number in the message
Select desired message from the message list.
Displays message
Touch [DISP] to display the selected message.
[Create Message]
Creates a message.
For details, see Creating a new message
(P.75).
[Received Message List]
Displays the received message list.
[Sent Message List]
Displays the sent message list.
[Draft]
Displays the newest draft message. This key
becomes active when any message has been
created after turning power on.
Create a return message
Touch [SMS].
Touch [Send].
The message is sent.
NOTE
Select from the phonebook
Touch [
].
Enter the phone number
Touch [Direct Number].
3
Touch [SET] of [Message] in the SMS
Create Menu screen.
Create SMS Message screen appears.
4
Enter a message using keys and touch
[SET].
• [Delete] appears only when a draft message
is being edited. Touching [Delete] deletes the
message. After you touch [Delete], a confirmation
message appears. Follow the message and
complete the operation.
[Download]
Retrieves message.
Moves the cursor
Use [2] [3].
Switches the keyboard layout
Use [5] [∞]. The layout changes in the
following sequence; Alphabet, numbers, local
language.
Toggles between uppercase and lowercase
Touch [Shift].
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Bluetooth Operation
Using templates
You can create a message easily by selecting
the desired sentence from the template list.
1
Touch [Create Message] in the SMS
Select screen.
SMS Create Menu screen appears.
2
Touch [Template].
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Bluetooth Operation
2
Touch desired key and enter the
number you want to register.
See the table below for explanations for
each key.
Register from received SMS messages
Touch [
].
Template list screen appears.
3
Touch the desired template.
Register from sent SMS messages
Touch [
].
Register from phonebook
Touch [
].
Register from outgoing calls list
Touch [
].
Register from incoming call list
Touch [
].
Register from missed calls list
Touch [
].
Selected template is entered.
Phone number preset
You can register frequently used phone
numbers to this unit.
1
Touch [Preset 1], [Preset 2], or
[Preset 3] for 2 seconds in the Hands
Free screen.
NOTE
Enter phone numbers
Touch [Direct Number].
3
Touch [Memory].
Entered number is registered to the
preset number you selected.
NOTE
• Touching [Delete] deletes the currently displayed
number. After you touch [Delete], a confirmation
message appears. Follow the message and
complete the operation.
• When there is no preset number, touching the
key momentarily moves to the step 2.
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Setting Up
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Setting Up
Setting Up
Monitor Screen Setup
You can adjust image quality in iPod video,
picture file, menu screen, etc.
1
Press the button instructed in each
diagram when the desired screen is
displayed.
Press for 1 second
Beep
Turns the key touch tone on or off.
Default is “ON”.
System Setup
Bright/Tint/Color/Contrast/Black/
Sharpness
Adjusts each item.
Dimmer
Select dimmer mode.
ON: The display and buttons dim.
OFF: The display and buttons do not dim.
SYNC (Default): Turns the dimmer function on
or off when the vehicle light
control switch is turned on
or off.
NAV-SYNC: Turns the dimmer function on or
off according to the Navigation
Day/Night display setting.
NOTE
• Each operation in this section can be started from
the multi function menu.
1
Touch [Menu] on any screen.
TOP Menu screen appears.
2
3
Touch [SETUP].
Remote Sensor
Selects a remote control signal. Default is “ON”.
Language
Select the language used for the control
screen and setting items. See Language setup
(P.80).
Text Scroll
Allows scrolling of text display on the source
control screen. Select from “Auto”/”Once”/”OFF”.
Auto (Default): Scrolls the text automatically.
Once: Allows you to scroll the text only once
automatically when updated.
OFF: Does not scroll the text automatically.
Touch [System].
Mode (Playback screen only)
Select screen mode.
Full: Full picture mode
Just: Justify picture mode
System Menu screen appears.
See the following section for each setting.
• Set up the user interface (P.79)
• Adjust touch panel (P.80)
• Set up security (P.80)
Zoom: Zoom picture mode
• Set up memory (P.81)
Drawer Close
Sets whether to close the common menu (P.16)
automatically. Default is “Auto”.
User interface
Animation
Sets whether to display animation. Default is “ON”.
• Set up external switch
(P.81)
Screen Control screen appears.
2
Adjust each item as follows.
Normal: Normal picture mode
You can setup user interface parameters.
NOTE
• Adjusting items are different depending on the
current source.
1
Touch [User Interface] in the list.
User Interface screen appears.
2
Set each item as follows.
Secondary
Sets whether to display the navigation
information in the audio screen or vice versa.
Default is “ON”.
• You can perform this function only when you
have applied the parking brake.
• The image quality can be set for each source.
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Setting Up
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Setting Up
Touch panel adjustment
Language setup
1
Touch [SET] of [Language] in the User
Interface screen.
Language Setting screen appears.
2
Set each item as follows.
Select Mode
Selects the mode to select a language.
Easy (Default): Selects a language easily.
Advanced: Allows you to select languages for
respective items.*
Language Select
Selects a language.
* If you select [Advanced] for Select Mode,
the following screen appears.
1
Touch [Touch] in the System Menu
screen.
Touch Panel Adjustment screen appears.
2
Follow the instruction on the screen
and touch the center of each .
NOTE
• To cancel the touch panel adjustment, touch
[Cancel].
• To reset to the initial status, touch [Reset].
Security setup
A red indicator will blink on the unit after the
ACC is set to OFF, warning potential thieves.
If turned to “ON” (default), the security
indicator on the front panel flashes when the
vehicle ignition is off.
1
2
GUI Language Select:
Selects the display language used for the
control screen and so forth.
Navigation Language Select:
Selects the language used for navigation.
Text Language Select:
Selects the language used for tag text (song
information).
3
Touch [Security] in the System Menu
screen.
Security screen appears.
Touch [ON] or [OFF] of [SI].
EXT SW setup Set up the external switch power mode.
1
Touch [EXT SW] in the System Menu
screen.
EXT SW screen appears.
2
Set each item as follows.
Setup memory
Audio Control, AV-IN SETUP, Camera, and
Audio SETUP settings can be memorized. The
memorized settings can be recalled at any
time. For example, even when the settings
are cleared due to replacement of the
battery, the settings can be restored.
1
Touch [SETUP Memory] in the System
Menu screen.
SETUP Memory screen appears.
2
Follow the instruction on the screen.
SW Name
Sets the name of the external device.
Output Pattern
Sets the power signal output mode among
“Pulse”/“Level”. Default is “Pulse”.
You can set to turn output on/off each time
the button on the EXT SW screen is touched.
See External Device Control (P.88).
Pulse Set
Sets the pulse signal output time.
Outputs 500ms when “1” is set.
Increases by 200ms with each step. Up to 100
steps can be set.
NOTE
• You can enter characters only after you have
applied the parking brake.
• “Pulse”: Generates a single power signal pulse.
[Lock]/[Unlock]*
Locks or unlocks the AV-IN SETUP, and Audio
SETUP settings.
Yes
Memorizes or recalls the settings.
No
Cancels the function or memorization.
The SETUP Menu screen appears again.
* When [Lock] is selected, you cannot change
the AV-IN SETUP, and Audio SETUP settings.
Also, the locked key mark is displayed
under each setting icon in the setup menu.
• “Level”: Continues output of high power signal.
Touch [Enter].
NOTE
• To cancel the language setup, touch [Cancel].
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Follow the instruction on the screen.
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Setting Up
Panel color coordinate
Display Setup
1
2
Touch [Menu] on any screen.
Touch [SETUP].
SETUP Menu screen appears.
You can set the screen and button
illumination color.
The selectable items differ depending on the
unit.
3
Touch [Display].
1
Touch [Color] in the Display Menu
screen.
Color screen appears.
2
Touch [SET] of
[Panel Color Coordinate].
Registering original color
You can register your original color.
1
Touch [Adjust] in the Panel Color
Coordinate screen.
Panel Color RGB Coordinate screen
appears.
2
Use [2] and [3] to adjust each color
value.
3
Touch the desired preset key for 2
seconds.
Recall
Recalls the memorized settings.
Memory
Memorizes the current settings.
Clear
Clears the currently memorized settings.
Cancel
Quits memorization/recalling of settings.
Display Menu screen appears.
See the following section for each setting.
• Control monitor angle
(P.82)
• Adjust panel color (P.83)
Panel Color Coordinate screen appears.
• Changing background image (P.84)
Monitor angle control You can adjust the position of the monitor.
1
2
Touch [Angle] in the Display Menu
screen.
Angle setup screen appears.
Panel color scan
NOTE
You can set the panel color to continuously
scan through the color spectrum.
• You can touch [SET] or [Initialize] when
[Panel Color Scan] is set to off.
1
• Touch [Initialize] to reset the settings to the
default settings.
3
Touch [ON] of [Panel Color Scan] in
the Color screen.
Panel Color Scan is set to on.
Touch the desired color.
Select a below number that
represents your desired angle setting.
Default is “0”.
NOTE
• You can store the current monitor angle as the
angle during power off. Touch [Memory] when
the desired angle is selected.
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Setting Up
Changing background image
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Setting Up
5
Touch [Enter].
You can load an image from the connected
USB device and set it for the background
image.
Before operating this procedure, it is
necessary to connect the device which has
the image to load.
1
2
Navigation Setup
You can set navigation parameters.
Touch [Background] in the Display
Menu screen.
Background screen appears.
1
2
Touch [Menu] on any screen.
3
Touch [Navigation].
Touch [SETUP].
SETUP Menu screen appears.
NAV Voice Volume
Adjusts the volume for voice guidance of the
navigation system. Default is “25”.
The selected image is loaded and the
display returns to the Background screen.
Touch [STANDBY].
NAV Mute
Mutes the volume of rear speakers during
voice guidance of the navigation system.
Default is “ON”.
NOTE
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Touch [Memory] of
[User Background].
User Background File Select screen
appears.
Select the image to load.
• Touching [
] rotates counter clockwise.
• Touching [
] rotates clockwise.
6
Touch [Change] of [Background
Change] in the Background screen.
7
Select an image for background and
touch [Enter].
NAV Interrupt Speaker
Selects speakers used for voice guidance of the
navigation system.
Front L: Uses the front left side speaker for
voice guidance.
Front R: Uses the front right side speaker for
voice guidance.
Front All (Default): Uses both front speakers
for voice guidance.
Navigation SETUP screen appears.
4
Set each item as follows.
NOTE
• See Playable Media And Files (P.108) for readable
image specifications.
• Touching [Delete] in the Background screen
deletes the background image. After you touch
[Delete], a confirmation message appears. Follow
the message and complete the operation.
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Setting Up
Camera Setup
You can set camera parameters.
1
2
Touch [Menu] on any screen.
3
Touch [Camera].
Touch [SETUP].
SETUP Menu screen appears.
Camera SETUP screen appears.
4
Set each item as follows.
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Setting Up
Rear Camera*1
Selects the type of rear camera to use.
CMOS-3xx: When the CMOS-300 series with ID
1 set is connected.
Other (Default): When the other camera is
connected.
R-CAM Interruption
Sets a method for switching the display.
Setting values are ON and OFF.
ON: Switches to the rear view camera video
display when shifting to reverse or
pressing the <AUD>
or <SCRN>
button for 1 second.
OFF (Default): Switches to the rear view
camera video display when
pressing the <AUD>
or
<SCRN>
button
for 1 second.
R-CAM Settings*2
Adjusts the CMOS-300 series with ID 1 set.
For details, see the instruction manual of your
camera.
Software Information
AV Input Setup
Check the software version of this unit.
You can set AV input parameters.
1
2
Touch [Menu] on any screen.
1
2
Touch [Menu] on any screen.
3
Touch [Software].
3
Touch [Source].
Software Information screen appears.
4
Touch [AV-IN SETUP] in the list.
AV-IN SETUP screen appears.
5
Set each item as follows.
4
Touch [SETUP].
SETUP Menu screen appears.
Confirm the software version. Touch
[Update] as necessary.
Front Camera*1
Turn this setting on when the CMOS-300 series
with ID 2 set is connected. Setting values are
ON and OFF. Default is “OFF”.
Touch [SETUP].
SETUP Menu screen appears.
F-CAM Settings*3
Adjusts the CMOS-300 series with ID 2 set.
For details, see the instruction manual of your
camera.
*1 These settings become settable only when
the parking brake is on.
*2 This setting becomes settable only when
the parking brake is on and the CMOS-300
series is selected.
*3 This setting becomes settable only
when the parking brake is on and “Front
Camera” is set to [ON].
NOTE
• For how to update the software, see the relevant
update procedure manual which comes with the
software.
• [Bluetooth Module Version] is available only
.
iPod AV Interface Use*1
Sets the terminal which iPod is connected.
Setting values are iPod and AV-IN2. Default is
“iPod”.
AV-IN1 Name/AV-IN2 Name*2
Sets a name to be displayed when you select
a system that is connected via the AV INPUT
port. Default is “VIDEO”.
*1 This item can be set when in STANDBY
source and also the iPod is disconnected.
*2 [AV-IN2 Name] becomes settable when
“AV-IN2” is selected in [iPod AV Interface
Use].
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AV Output Interface Setup
You can select an AV source to be output at
the AV OUTPUT port. Default is “VIDEO1”.
1
2
Touch [Menu] on any screen.
3
Touch [AV-OUT].
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External Device Control Control the external device power supply.
1
Touch [EXT SW] in the Source Control
screen.
Touch [SETUP].
SETUP Menu screen appears.
EXT SW Control screen appears.
NOTE
• If [EXT SW] is not displayed, touch [
].
AV-OUT Interface screen appears.
4
Touch [2] or [3] to set [AV-OUT] to
VIDEO, DISC, TV
, iPod, or OFF.
2
Touch the desired switch key.
You can turn on or off the external device
power supply.
NOTE
• You must connect a commercially available relay
unit in order to use this function. Connect the
external device to be controlled to that relay unit.
• See EXT SW setup (P.81) for information on
setting the power on or off specification.
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Audio Setting Up
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Audio Setting Up
Controlling Audio
• Set up speakers (P.90)
NOTE
• Each operation in this section can be started from
the multi function menu.
You can adjust the various settings such as
audio balance or subwoofer level.
1
2
Touch [Menu] on any screen.
Touch [Audio].
Audio screen appears.
See the following section for each setting.
• Setting audio (P.90)
• Controlling audio (P.94)
• Controlling equalizer (P.95)
• Performing zone control (P.97)
• Set space enhancer
• Set listening position
Subwoofer
Select if you are using a subwoofer.
(P.97)
• Set up your car type (P.92)
• Select DSP (P.93)
• Set up elevation (P.93)
Speaker Select screen appears.
• Set up speakers (P.90)
Speaker setup
You can select a speaker type and its size to
get the best sound effects.
When the speaker type and size are set,
the speaker crossover network is set
automatically.
1
(P.98)
Touch [Speaker Select] in the Audio
SETUP screen.
Speaker Select screen appears.
Setting Audio
1
Tweeter
You can set the tweeter when you are
selecting front speakers.
If you are using a tweeter together with the
front speakers, set the tweeter to “ON”.
X’over
Displays the speaker crossover setup screen.
You can adjust the crossover setup that was set
automatically when you selected the speaker
type.
For details, see Crossover network setup (P.91)
3
Front
OEM, 4 inch, 5 inch, 6-1/2 inch, 6-3/4 inch,
4-3/4 inch, 3-1/2 inch, 7 inch, 4x6, 5x7, 6x8,
6x9, 7x10
Subwoofer
None, 6 1/2 inch, 8 inch, 10 inch, 12 inch, 15
inch over
2
Touch the speaker you wish to adjust
and set each item as follows.
NOTE
• Select “None” if you have no speakers.
Audio SETUP screen appears.
You can set a crossover frequency of
speakers.
1
Touch the speaker to set the crossover
in the Speaker Select screen.
2
Touch [X’over].
X’over screen appears.
3
Set each item as follows.
Select a speaker size using [2] and
[3]. The speaker size is different
depending on the speaker type and
the unit.
Rear
None, OEM, 4 inch, 5 inch, 6-1/2 inch, 6-3/4
inch, 4-3/4 inch, 3-1/2 inch, 7 inch, 4x6, 5x7,
6x8, 6x9, 7x10
Touch [Audio SETUP].
Crossover network setup
Front
Standard, Wide, Middle, Narrow
Phase*
Sets the phase of subwoofer output.
The phase is reversed 180 degrees when set to
“Reverse”.
HPF FREQ
High Pass Filter adjustment. (When front or rear
speaker is selected on Speaker Select screen)
LPF FREQ
Low Pass Filter adjustment. (When subwoofer
is selected on Speaker Select screen)
Slope
Sets a crossover slope.
* This function is available in the specific
situation. Only when “Subwoofer” is set to
other than “None” in “Speaker Setup”.
Only when “Subwoofer” is
set to “ON” in “Speaker Setup” and “LPF
FREQ” is set to other than “Through”.
See the following section for each setting.
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Audio Setting Up
Car type setup You can setup the car type and speaker
network, etc.
1
Touch [Car Type] in the Audio SETUP
screen.
Car Type screen appears.
2
Select your car type from the list.
NOTE
• If your car type is selected, the Delay Time
Alignment is set automatically (for timing
adjustment of sound output for each channel) to
have the highest surround effects.
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DSP select Speaker location setup
1
In the Car Type screen, touch
[Location].
Speaker Location screen appears.
2
Select the speaker locations using
[3].
Front Speaker
Select the location from “Door”/ “On Dash”/
“Under Dash”.
Rear Speaker
Select the location from “Door”/ “Rear Deck”,
“2nd Row”/ “3rd Row” (Minivan, Minivan
(Long)).
Elevation
You can select whether using DSP (Digital
Signal Processor) System.
You can raise the sound position heard from
the speakers virtually.
1
1
Touch [Bypass] or [Through] of [DSP
Select] in the Audio SETUP screen.
Bypass
There is no effect by DSP.
Through
There is an effect by DSP.
Touch [Elevation] in the Audio SETUP
screen.
Elevation screen appears.
2
Select Elevation level from [High],
[Low], and [OFF].
NOTE
• When the mode is set to [Bypass], DSP System
cannot be adjusted.
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Controlling General Audio
1
Touch [Audio Control].
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Loudness
Turns the loudness control function on or
off. If turned on, high and low tones are
automatically enhanced during low volume.
Settable only when zone function (P.97) is set
to off.
* If you have increased the volume first, then
reduced the volume using the “Volume
Offset”, the sound generated if you
suddenly switch to another source may be
extremely loud.
2
Equalizer Control
You can adjust equalizer by selecting the
optimized setting for each category.
If you use
, you can also adjust
equalizer manually.
1
Touch [Equalizer].
This setting cannot be performed when you
select [iPod] in the Equalizer screen.
1
2
Touch [EQ] in the Equalizer screen.
Touch the screen and set the Graphic
Equalizer as desired.
Set each item as follows.
Equalizer screen appears.
operation
Controlling EQ curves
1
Fader #/Balance #
Adjust the volume balance around the
touched area.
[2] and [3] adjust the right and left volume
balance.
[5] and [∞] adjust the front and rear volume
balance.
Select EQ curve from [Natural],
[Rock], [Pops], [Easy], [Top40], [Jazz],
[Powerful], [iPod], and [User].
Subwoofer Level
Adjusts the subwoofer volume. This setting is
not available when subwoofer is set to “None”.
See Speaker setup (P.90).
Bass Boost
Sets the amount of bass boost among “OFF”/
“Level1”/ “Level2”/ “Level3”.
Gain level (light green boxed area)
Adjust the gain level by touching the each
frequency bar.
Touching [2], [3], [5] and [∞] can also
adjust the level. Use [2] and [3] to select a
frequency, and [5] and [∞] to set the level.
EQ INIT
Returns to the previous level which the gain
level is adjusted.
Flat
Tone curve becomes flat.
Bass EXT (Bass Extend Settings)
When turned on, the frequency lower than
62.5 Hz is set to the same gain level as 62.5 Hz.
Volume Offset*
Finely adjust the volume of the current source
to minimize the difference in volume between
different sources.
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Controlling equalizer manually
Loudness
When turned on, low and high tones are
enhanced.
NOTE
• [iPod] is available only during iPod source.
Highway Sound
Boosts a certain range of sound that becomes
hard to hear due to road noise. See Highway
sound setting (P.96).
SW Level
Adjusts the subwoofer volume. This setting is
not available when subwoofer is set to “None”.
See Speaker setup (P.90).
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Highway sound setting
Controlling equalizer manually
You can boost a certain range of sound that
becomes hard to hear due to road noise.
1
2
1
Touch [Highway Sound] in the Graphic
Equalizer screen.
Highway Sound screen appears.
Touch [Tone] in the Equalizer screen.
Set each item as follows.
Zone Control
NOTE
You can select different sources for both
front and rear positions in the vehicle.
• When the rear speaker sound is switched, the
audio source that is output at the AV OUTPUT
terminal is also switched to the same source.
1
• When the dual zone function is set to on, the
following functions are not available.
Touch [Zone Control].
• Output from the subwoofer
• Subwoofer Level/Bass Boost
(P.94)
/
• Equalizer Control/Space Enhancer
Listening Position
(P.95, 97, 98)
/Speaker Setup/Car
• DSP Bypass Control
Type Setup
(P.93, 90, 92)
2
Select the boost level from among
[High], [Low], and [OFF].
operation
Controlling EQ curves
1
Select EQ curve from [Natural],
[Rock], [Pops], [Easy], [Top40], [Jazz],
and [User] using [2] and [3].
FREQ
Adjusts the center frequency for each range.
Setting values are as follows.
Bass: 40Hz/50Hz/60Hz/70Hz/80Hz/100Hz/120
Hz/150Hz (Default is “100Hz”.)
Middle: 5 00Hz/1kHz/1.5kHz/2kHz (Default is
“1kHz”.)
Treble: 10kHz/12.5kHz/15kHz/17.5kHz (Default
is “12.5kHz”.)
Selects items to be adjusted for tone curve
setup. If you turn off this setting, only Level
can be set up for tone curves.
1
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Touch [ON] or [OFF] of [SystemQ-Ex].
Zone Control screen appears.
2
1
Space Enhancer screen appears.
3
Set each source as follows.
Subwoofer Level
Adjusts the subwoofer volume. This setting is
not available when subwoofer is set to “OFF”.
See Speaker setup (P.90).
2
Touch [Small], [Large], or [OFF].
Each setting value indicates the
soundscape level.
NOTE
• This setting is not available during HD Radio tuner
source.
Bass DC EXT
Turns Bass DC EXT on or off. Default is “OFF”.
If you select “ON”, the bass center frequency is
extended to the low register by approximately
20%.
[Flat]
Tone level becomes 0 (flat).
Touch [Space Enhancer].
Touch [Dual Zone].
LEVEL
Adjusts the level of each range.
Each setting value is within -8dB and 8dB and
default is “0dB”.
Q Factor
Adjust Q value for bass and middle.
Setting values are as follows.
Bass: 1/1.25/1.5/2 (Default is “1”.)
Middle: 1/2 (Default is “1”.)
Controlling SystemQ-Ex
Space Enhancer
[3] (Front Source, Rear Source)
Select the audio source for each.
[∞], [5] (Rear VOL.)
Adjusts the rear channel volume.
[Single Zone]
Touch to turn off the dual zone function.
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Audio Setting Up
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Audio Setting Up
Position DTA Control
Listening Position
You can adjust the sound effects according
to your listening position.
1
Touch [Position].
You can fine-adjust your listening position.
1
2
In Position screen, touch [Adjust].
Select the speaker you wish to adjust
by touching speaker icon.
NOTE
• Make fine adjustment of the delay time of the
speaker output specified here to have a more
suitable environment for your vehicle.
• If you specify the distance from the center of the
currently set listening position to every speaker,
the delay time will be automatically computed
and set.
1Determine the center of the currently set
listening position as the reference point.
2Measure the distances from the reference
point to the speakers.
3Calculate the differences between the distance
of the furthest speaker and other speakers.
4Input the differences calculated in step 3 for
individual speakers.
Position screen appears.
2
Select listening position from
[Front R] (Right front), [Front L] (Left
front), [Front All] (All front), and [All]
using [2] and [3].
3
Set DTA as follows.
5Adjust gain for individual speakers. A sound
image will be shifted to the speaker with
increased gain.
Example: When [Front All] is selected as the
listening position
+3.4feet
1.6feet
2.5feet
[2], [3]
Adjust the settings of the DTA position.
Gain
Touch to adjust the gain of each speaker.
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+2.5feet
+0feet
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Remote Controller Operation
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Remote Controller Operation
Remote Controller
Functions Of The Remote Controller Buttons
This unit can be operated using the remote controller.
For
, DNX6990HD, and DNX6490BT, the remote controller is supplied with the unit.
For DNX6190HD, DNX5190, and DNX5060EX, the remote controller is the optional accessory
(KCA-RCDV331).
Switching the operation mode
The functions operated from the remote
controller differ depending on the position
of the mode switch.
2CAUTION
•
DVD •
TV•
•
NAV
•Do not leave the battery near fire or under direct sunlight. A fire, explosion or excessive heat
generation may result.
•Place the battery out of reach of children. In the unlikely event that a child swallows the battery,
immediately consult a physician.
Battery Installation
Insert two “AAA”/“R03”-size batteries with the
following the illustration inside the case.
and
poles aligned properly,
AUD mode
Switch to this mode when controlling a
selected source or tuner source, etc.
DVD mode
Switch to this mode when playing a disc
media including DVD, VCD, and CD.
NAV mode
Switch to this mode when controlling
navigation function.
NOTE
• When controlling a player that is not integrated in
the unit, select “AUD” mode.
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NOTE
• This operation cannot be performed for USB
device and iPod.
1
•Do not recharge, short, break up or heat the battery or place it in an open fire. Such actions may cause
the battery to leak fluid. If spilled fluid comes in contact with your eyes or on clothing, immediately
rinse with water and consult a physician.
1
Using the remote controller, you can jump
directly to the desired file, track chapter, etc.
with entering the number corresponding to
the content.
AUD
•Put the remote controller in a place where it will not move during braking or other operations. A
dangerous situation could result, if the remote controller falls down and gets wedged under the
pedals while driving.
If the remote controller operates only over shorter distances or does not operate at all, it is
possible that the batteries are depleted.
In such instances, replace the both batteries with new ones.
Direct search mode
Press the <#BS> button several times
until the desired content appears.
The available contents are different
depending on the source.
DVD
Title number/Chapter number/Play time/Item
number*
* You may not be able to use this function with
some discs or scenes.
VCD 1.X and 2.X (PBC OFF)
Track number
VCD 2.X (PBC ON)
Scene number/number
Music CD
Track number/Play time
Audio files
Folder number/File number
Radio
Frequency value
HD Radio tuner
Frequency value/Channel number
SIRIUS XM
Channel number
2
Enter the number of the content
you want to play using the numeric
keypad.
3
For DVD or VCD, press the <ENTER>
button.
For music CD or audio files, press the
<POSITION> button.
For radio, press the <2> or <3>
button.
The content you entered is played.
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Remote Controller Operation
4
9
1
2
3
5
Key
Name
VOICE
10 VIEW
6
11 MAP DIR
7
9
11
8
10
12
13
17
19
NAV
18
20
Location of
Function
the mode switch
AUD
Switches navigation display on/off.
DVD
Displays the DVD menu.
Turns the playback control on or off while playing VCD.
NAV
Speaks the voice guidance.
AUD, DVD
Switches the AV source to be output.
NAV
Switches between 2D and 3D map displays.
AUD, DVD
Switches the display angle each time it is pressed.
12 5/∞
AUD, DVD
13 2/3
AUD, DVD
14 Numeric
Keypad
AUD
21
22
23
24
14
25
DVD
15
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
102
Key
Name
SRC
26
Location of
Function
the mode switch
−
Switches to the source to be played.
In hands-free mode, hangs up the phone.
NAV
−
Switches between the navigation and the source screens.
MENU
DVD
Stops playing and memorizes the last point where the disc
stopped. The last point is deleted by pressing twice.
NAV
Displays Main menu.
OUT, IN
NAV
Zooms in or out the navigation map.
POSITION AUD, DVD
Pauses the track or file, and resumes playing by pressing twice.
During radio, HD Radio, and SIRIUS XM source in AUD mode,
switches the seek mode.
NAV
Displays the current position.
Cursor Key DVD
Moves the cursor in the DVD menu.
NAV
Moves the cursor or scrolls the map.
ENTER
AUD, DVD
Performs the selected function.
NAV
•Registers the selected position.
•Performs the selected function.
ROUTE M AUD
Screen mode changes each time you press this key during video
playback.
DVD
Returns to the DVD top menu.
NAV
Displays Route Option menu.
15 * +
16 # BS
DVD
AUD, DVD
17 AUDIO
18 CANCEL
DVD
DVD
NAV
DVD
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
SUBTITLE
−
ANGLE
Vol 5∞
ZOOM
2 ZONE
R.VOL
ATT
DVD
−
DVD
AUD, DVD
−
−
Switches between the heading up navigation and north up
navigation map displays.
Selects the folder to be played.
During radio, HD Radio, and SIRIUS XM source in AUD mode,
switches the bands to be received.
Selects the track or file to be played.
During radio, HD Radio, and SIRIUS/XM source in AUD mode,
switches to broadcast stations received by the unit.
Specifies the number to search in direct search.
For details on the direct search mode, see Direct search mode
(P.101).
•Press [1] [2] to fast forward/backward. Switches the fast forward/
backward speed each time you press this key.
•Press [4] [5] to slow forward/backward. Switches the slow
playback speed each time you press this key.*
*DVD only
Clears the number.
Switches to the direct search mode.
For details on the direct search mode, see Direct search mode
(P.101).
Switches the voice language each time you press this key.
Displays previous screen.
Cancels the operations.
Switches the subtitle language.
When a call comes in, answers the call.
Switches the picture angle each time you press this key.
Adjusts the volume.
Switches the zoom ratio (1, 2, 3, Off ) each time you press this key.
Switches the Dual Zone function on and off.
Adjusts volume at rear when the Dual Zone function is on.
Lowers the volume by pressing the key once.
Restores the previous volume by pressing the key twice.
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Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Other
Problems And Solutions
If any trouble occurs, first check the following table for possible problems.
• Some functions of this unit may be disabled by some settings made on this unit.
• What might seem to be a malfunction in your unit may just be the result of slight misoperation
or miswiring.
About settings
Problem
•Cannot set up the subwoofer.
•Cannot set up subwoofer phase.
•No output from the subwoofer.
•Cannot set up the low pass filter.
•Cannot set up the high pass filter.
•Cannot select the output
destination of the subsource in
the dual zone.
•Cannot adjust the volume of the
rear speakers.
•Cannot set up the equalizer.
•Cannot set up the crossover
network.
Reason
Subwoofer is not set
to on.
The dual zone function
is enabled.
Solution
Set the subwoofer to on.
See Speaker setup (P.90).
Set the dual zone function to off.
See Zone Control (P.97).
The dual zone function
is disabled.
Set the dual zone function to on.
See Zone Control (P.97).
The dual zone function
is enabled.
“DSP Select” is set to
“Bypass”.
Set the dual zone function to off.
See Zone Control (P.97).
Set “DSP Select” to “Through”.
See DSP select (P.93).
About audio operations
Problem
Radio reception is poor.
Cannot play audio files stored in
a disc.
Cannot select a folder.
Cannot perform repeat play
during VCD playback.
The specified disc does not play,
but another one plays instead.
The sound skips when an audio
file is being played.
Reason
The car antenna is not
extended.
The antenna control
wire is not connected.
“CD Read” is set to “2”.
The random play
function is enabled.
The PBC function is
enabled.
The disc is quite dirty.
The disc is severely
scratched.
The disc is scratched
or dirty.
The recording
condition is bad.
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Solution
Pull out the antenna all the way.
Connect the wire correctly.
See “Connection” in the Quick Start Guide.
Set “CD Read” to “1”.
See Disc setup (P.27).
Turn off the random function.
Turn off the PBC function.
Clean the disc.
See Precautions on handling discs (P.4).
Try another disc instead.
Clean the disc.
See Precautions on handling discs
(P.4).
Record the file again or use another disc.
Problem
The Touch Sensor Tone doesn’t
sound.
Reason
Solution
The preout jack is being The Touch Sensor Tone cannot be output
used.
from the preout jack.
Error Messages
When you fail to operate the unit correctly, the cause of the failure appears as the message on
the screen.
Error Message
Cause
Protect
Protective circuit has been activated
because a speaker cord has shorted
or it has come in contact with the
car chassis.
Hot Error
When the internal temperature of
this unit rises to 60°C or more, the
protection circuit is activated and
you may not be able to operate
the unit.
Mecha Error
The disc player is malfunctioning.
Disc Error
An unplayable disc is inserted.
Read Error
The disc is quite dirty.
Region Code
Error
Parental Level
Error
Error 07–67
Disc is upside down.
The disc you wanted to play has a
region code that cannot be played
with this unit.
The disc you wanted to play has a
higher level than the parental level
you set.
The unit is not operating correctly
due to some reason or other.
Solution
Wire or insulate the speaker cord as
appropriate and then push the <Reset>
button (P.107).
Use the unit again after reducing the
temperature of the unit.
Eject the disc and try inserting it again. Contact
the Kenwood dealer if this indicator continues
blinking or the disc cannot be ejected.
Change the disc.
See Playable Media And Files (P.108).
Clean the disc.
See Precautions on handling discs (P.4).
Load the disc with the labeled side up.
See Region Codes In The World (P.113) or try
another disc.
Set the parental level.
See Parental level (P.26).
Push the unit’s Reset button. If the “Error
07−67” message does not disappear, see your
nearest Kenwood dealer.
No Device (USB The USB device is selected as a
Change the source to any source other than
device)
source although no USB device is
USB/iPod. Connect a USB device, and change
connected.
the source to USB again.
Disconnected
The iPod/Bluetooth audio player
Change the source to any source other than
(iPod, Bluetooth is selected as a source although
iPod/Bluetooth. Connect an iPod/Bluetooth
audio player)
no iPod/Bluetooth audio player is
audio player, and change the source to iPod/
connected.
Bluetooth again.
No Media file
The connected USB device contains See Playable Media And Files (P.108) and try
no playable audio file. Media was
another USB device.
played that doesn’t have data
recorded that the unit can play.
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Error Message
Cause
USB Device
The connected USB device is rated
Error!!
a current capacity higher than the
allowable limit.
Authorization
Error
Connection to the iPod has failed.
Update your
iPod
The iPod’s software is an older
version which the unit can not
support.
Navigation
Error. Please
turn on power
again later.
The communication error has
occurred due to severely cold
temperature.
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Solution
Check the USB device. Some trouble may have
occurred to the connected USB device.
Change the source to any source other than
USB. Remove the USB device.
•Remove the iPod and then reconnect it.
•The unit does not support the iPod.
See Connectable iPod/iPhone (P.110).
The unit may not support the connected iPod
model.
Confirm that the software for the iPod is the
latest version.
See Connectable iPod/iPhone (P.110).
Turn on power again after warming your car
interior.
A SiriusXM tuner is not connected
to this unit.
Subscription
The SiriusXM subscription has been
Updated - Press renewed.
Return To
Continue
Channel Not
The currently selected channel is
Available
unavailable.
Ch
The currently selected channel is
Unsubscribed
not subscribed to.
Check Antenna No antenna is connected to the
SiriusXM tuner.
No Signal
No SiriusXM radio signal is received.
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If the unit or the connected unit fails to operate properly, reset the unit.
1
Press the <Reset> button.
The unit returns to factory settings.
NOTE
• Disconnect the USB device before pressing the <Reset> button. Pressing the <Reset> button with the USB device
connected can damage the data stored in the USB device. For how to disconnect the USB device, see How To
Play Media (P.13).
SIRIUS XM
Check Tuner
Resetting The Unit
• When the unit is turned on after resetting, the Initial SETUP screen appears. See Initial setup (P.11).
Check that the connected SiriusXM tuner is
connected.
Pressing the Control knob will clear the error
message.
—
—
Check that an antenna is connected to the
SiriusXM tuner.
Check that an antenna is connected to the
SiriusXM tuner.
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Appendix
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Appendix
Appendix
Playable Media And Files
You can play various kinds of media and files on this unit.
List of playable discs
Disc types
Standard
DVD
DVD Video
DVD Audio
DVD-VR
DVD-R*1
CD
Others
DVD-RW
DVD+R
DVD+RW
DVD-R DL (Dual layer)
DVD+R DL (Double layer)
DVD-RAM
Music CD*1
CD-ROM
CD-R
CD-RW
DTS-CD
Video CD (VCD)
Super video CD
Photo CD
CD-EXTRA
HDCD
CCCD
Dualdisc
Super audio CD
Support
Remark
‡
×
×
‡
•MP3/WMA/AAC/MPEG1/MPEG2/DivX*2 playback
•Multi-border/Multisession playback (Playback
depends on authoring conditions)
‡
‡
‡
‡
Only video format
‡
×
‡
CD-TEXT
‡
•MP3/WMA/AAC/MPEG1/MPEG2/DivX*2 playback
•Multisession is supported.
‡
•Packet write is not supported.
‡
‡
‡
×
×
%
Only music CD session can be played.
‡
×
×
%
Only CD layer can be played.
*1 Incompatible with 8 cm (3 inch) discs.
*2 Available only for Central and South America sales
area.
‡: Playback is possible.
%: Playback is partly possible.
×: Playback is impossible.
■■Use of DualDisc
■■Video files
When playing a “DualDisc” on this unit, the surface of
the disc that is not played may be scratched while the
disc is inserted or ejected. Since the music CD surface
does not conform to the CD standard, playback may be
impossible.
(A “DualDisc” is a disc with one surface containing DVD
standard signals and the other surface containing
music CD signals.)
• MPEG1 (.mpg, .mpeg, .m1v)
■■About disc format
The disc format should be the one of the following.
• ISO 9660 Level 1/2
• MPEG2 (.mpg, .mpeg, .m2v)
• DivX (.divx, .div, .avi)
*DVD only
• H.264/MPEG-4 AVC (.mp4, .m4v)
*Mass-storage-class USB device only
• WMV 9 (.wmv, .m2ts)
*Mass-storage-class USB device only
■■Picture files
• Romeo
Only picture files in USB device can be displayed.
Files stored in disc media is not supported.
• JPEG (.jpg, .jpeg)
• Long file name
• PNG (.png)
• Joliet
About files
The following audio, video, and picture files
are supported.
■■Audio files
• AAC-LC (.m4a)
• MP3 (.mp3)
• WMA (.wma)
• Linear PCM (WAVE) (.wav)
*Mass-storage-class USB device only
NOTE
• If music of normal CD and other playback systems
are recorded in the same disc, only the playback
system recorded at the first setout is played.
• WMA and AAC of which is covered with DRM
cannot be played.
• Although the audio files are complied with
the standards listed above, the play may be
impossible depending on the types or conditions
of media or device.
• BMP (.bmp)
NOTE
• BMP and PNG can be set only as wallpaper.
■■Playing order of files
In the example of folder/file tree shown below, the files
are played in the order from ! to P.
Root (1)
¡!
2
4
^ : Folder
¡ : Audio file
3
¡$
5
¡"
¡#
¡%
¡P
• An online manual about audio files is put on the
site, www.kenwood.com/cs/ce/audiofile/.
On this online manual, detailed information and
notes which are not written in this manual are
provided. Make sure to read through the online
manual as well.
NOTE
• When buying DRM enabled contents, check the Registration Code in the DivX setup (P.44). Each time a file
with the displayed code is played and protected against copying, the code changes.
• DivX can be played only from a DVD disc media.
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Connectable iPod/iPhone
The following models can be connected to
this unit.
You can control an iPod/iPhone from this unit
by connecting an iPod/iPhone (commercial
product) with Dock connector using an
optional accessory iPod connection cable
(KCA-iP202). The word “iPod” appearing
in this manual indicates the iPod/iPhone
connected with the KCA-iP202 (optional
accessory).
Made for
• iPod nano (6th generation)
• iPod nano (5th generation)
• iPod nano (4th generation)
• iPod nano (3rd generation)
• iPod with video
• iPod classic
• iPod touch (4th generation)
• iPod touch (3rd generation)
• iPod touch (2nd generation)
• iPod touch (1st generation)
• iPhone 4S
• iPhone 4
• iPhone 3GS
• iPhone 3G
• iPhone
NOTE
• For the conformity information on iPod/iPhone
software,
access www.kenwood.com/cs/ce/ipod/.
• By connecting your iPod/iPhone to this unit with
an optional accessory iPod connection cable
(KCA-iP202), you can supply power to your iPod/
iPhone as well as charge it while playing music.
However, the power of this unit must be on.
• If you start playback after connecting the iPod,
the music that has been played by the iPod is
played first.
In this case, “Reading” is displayed without
displaying a folder name, etc. Changing the
browse item will display a correct title, etc.
• When the iPod is connected to this unit,
“KENWOOD” or “✓” is displayed on the iPod to
indicate that you cannot operate the iPod.
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Usable USB device
You can use a mass-storage-class USB device
on this unit.
The word “USB device” appearing in this
manual indicates a flash memory device and
digital audio players can be recognized as
mass-storage.
Status Bar Indicator Items
Shown below is a list of indicators displayed on the status bar in the screen.
Current status of this unit is displayed on the bar.
■■About file system
The file system should be the one of the following.
• FAT16
• FAT32
NOTE
• When the USB device is connected to this unit, it
can be charged through the USB cable.
• Install the USB device in the place where it will
not affect safe driving.
• You cannot connect a USB device via a USB hub
and Multi Card Reader.
• Take backups of the audio files used with this
unit. The files can be erased depending on the
operating conditions of the USB device.
We shall have no compensation for any damage
arising from any erased data.
• No USB device comes with this unit. You need to
purchase a commercially available USB device.
• When connecting the USB device, usage of the
CA-U1EX (option) is recommended. (However,
maximum supply current of CA-U1EX is 500mA.)
Normal playback is not guaranteed when a cable
other than the USB compatible cable is used.
Status bar
■■General
ATT
The attenuator is active.
DUAL
The dual zone function is on.
TEL
Indicates the connection state of the Bluetooth
hands-free unit.
•White: Connected
•Orange: Not connected
LOUD
The loudness control function is on.
■■DVD/CD
FO-REP
Folder repeat function is on.
IN
A disc is inserted.
•White: A Disc is inside the unit.
•Orange: Error at the disc player
VIDEO
Identifies the video file.
MUSIC
Identifies the music file.
RDM
The random function is on.
REP
The repeat function is on.
C-REP
The chapter repeat function is on.
T-REP
The title repeat function is on.
■■VCD
1chLL/2chLL
Identifies the left audio output of channel 1
or 2.
1chLR/2chLR
Identifies the monaural audio output of
channel 1 or 2.
1chRR/2chRR
Identifies the right audio output of channel 1
or 2.
1chST/2chST
Identifies the stereo audio output of channel
1 or 2.
LL
Identifies the left audio output.
LR
Identifies the monaural audio output.
RR
Identifies the right audio output.
STEREO
Identifies the stereo audio output.
PBC
The PBC function is on.
SVCD
Identifies the Super Video CD.
VER1
The VCD version is 1.
VER2
The VCD version is 2.
REP
The repeat function is on.
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■■USB
FO-REP
The folder repeat function is on.
VIDEO
Identifies the video file.
MUSIC
Identifies the music file.
PICTURE
Identifies the picture file.
RDM
The random function is on.
REP
The repeat function is on.
PLST
The play list mode is selected now.
■■iPod
MUSIC
Identifies the music file.
VIDEO
Identifies the video file.
RDM
The random function is on.
A-RDM
The album random function is on.
REP
The repeat function is on.
■■Tuner
AUTO1
Seek mode is set to AUTO1.
AUTO2
Seek mode is set to AUTO2.
MANUAL
Seek mode is set to MANUAL.
ST
A stereo broadcast is being received.
TI
Indicates the reception state of traffic
information.
•White: TP is being received.
•Orange: TP is not being received.
CRSC
The CRSC (P.47) function is on.
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■■HD Radio reception
AUTO1
Seek mode is set to AUTO1.
AUTO2
Seek mode is set to AUTO2.
MANUAL
Seek mode is set to MANUAL.
HD
HD Radio station is being received.
M/S
A multicast digital broadcast is being received.
ANALOG
An analog broadcast is being received.
DIGITAL
A digital broadcast is being received.
ST
A stereo broadcast is being received.
TAG
Tagging is enabled.
Region Codes In The World
The DVD players are given a region code according to the country or area it is marketed, as
shown in the following map.
1
5
2
6
1
2
3
1
4
5
2
4
■■SIRIUS XM
SEEK1
Seek mode is set to SEEK1.
SEEK2
Seek mode is set to SEEK2.
TAG
Tagging is enabled.
■■DVD disc marks
ALL
Indicates a region number. The discs with this mark can
be played with any DVD player.
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■■Operation regulatory marks
With this DVD, some functions of this unit such as the
play function may be restricted depending on the
location where the DVD is playing. In this case, the
following marks will appear on the screen. For more
information, refer to the disc manual.
Prohibition Mark
Indicates the number of audio languages recorded. Up
to 8 languages can be recorded in a movie. You can
select a favorite language.
32
Indicates the number of subtitled languages recorded.
Up to 32 languages can be recorded.
■■Discs with limited period of use
Do not leave discs with a limited period of use in this
unit. If you load an already expired disc, you may not be
able to remove it from this unit.
9
If a DVD disc has scenes shot from multiple angles, you
can select a favorite angle.
16:9 LB
Indicates the type of screen for the image. The left mark
indicates that a wide image picture (16:9) is displayed
on a standard TV set screen (4:3) with a black band at
both the top and bottom of the screen (letter box).
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DVD Language Codes
Code
aa
ab
af
am
ar
as
ay
az
ba
be
bg
bh
bi
bn
bo
br
ca
co
cs
cy
da
de
dz
el
en
eo
es
et
eu
fa
fi
fj
fo
fr
fy
ga
gd
gl
gn
gu
ha
he
hi
hr
hu
hy
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Language
Afar
Abkhazian
Afrikaans
Amharic
Arabic
Assamese
Aymara
Azerbaijani
Bashkir
Byelorussian
Bulgarian
Bihari
Bislama
Bengali, Bangla
Tibetan
Breton
Catalan
Corsican
Czech
Welsh
Danish
German
Bhutani
Greek
English
Esperanto
Spanish
Estonian
Basque
Persian
Finnish
Fiji
Faroese
French
Frisian
Irish
Scots Gaelic
Galician
Guarani
Gujarati
Hausa
Hebrew
Hindi
Croatian
Hungarian
Armenian
Specifications
Code
ia
ie
ik
id
is
it
ja
jv
ka
kk
kl
km
kn
ko
ks
ku
ky
la
lb
ln
lo
lt
lv
mg
mi
mk
ml
mn
mo
mr
ms
mt
my
na
ne
nl
no
oc
om
or
pa
pl
ps
pt
qu
rm
Language
Interlingua
Interlingue
Inupiak
Indonesian
Icelandic
Italian
Japanese
Javanese
Georgian
Kazakh
Greenlandic
Cambodian
Kannada
Korean
Kashmiri
Kurdish
Kirghiz
Latin
Luxembourgish
Lingala
Laotian
Lithuanian
Latvian, Lettish
Malagasy
Maori
Macedonian
Malayalam
Mongolian
Moldavian
Marathi
Malay
Maltese
Burmese
Nauru
Nepali
Dutch
Norwegian
Occitan
(Afan) Oromo
Oriya
Punjabi
Polish
Pashto, Pushto
Portuguese
Quechua
Rhaeto-Romance
Code
rn
ro
ru
rw
sa
sd
sg
sh
si
sk
sl
sm
sn
so
sq
sr
ss
st
su
sv
sw
ta
te
tg
th
ti
tk
tl
tn
to
tr
ts
tt
tw
uk
ur
uz
vi
vo
wo
xh
yo
zh
zu
Language
Kirundi
Romanian
Russian
Kinyarwanda
Sanskrit
Sindhi
Sangho
Serbo-Croatian
Singhalese
Slovak
Slovenian
Samoan
Shona
Somali
Albanian
Serbian
Siswati
Sesotho
Sundanese
Swedish
Swahili
Tamil
Telugu
Tajik
Thai
Tigrinya
Turkmen
Tagalog
Setswana
Tongan
Turkish
Tsonga
Tatar
Twi
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Volapuk
Wolof
Xhosa
Yoruba
Chinese
Zulu
■■Monitor section
Picture Size
DNX7190HD, DNX7490BT
: 6.95 inches (diagonal) wide
: 156.6 mm (W) x 81.6 mm (H)
DNX6990HD, DNX6190HD, DNX6490BT, DNX5190,
DNX5060EX
: 6.1 inches (diagonal) wide
:136.2 mm (W) x 72.0 mm (H)
Display System
: Transparent TN LCD panel
Drive System
: TFT active matrix system
Number of Pixels
: 1,152,000 (800H x 480V x RGB)
Effective Pixels
: 99.99 %
Pixel Arrangement
: RGB striped arrangement
Back Lighting
: LED
■■DVD player section
D/A Converter
: 24 bit
Audio Decoder
: Linear PCM/Dolby Digital/dts/MP3/WMA/AAC
Video Decoder
: MPEG1/ MPEG2/ DivX (DNX7490BT/ DNX6490BT
only)
Total Harmonic Distortion
DNX7190HD, DNX7490BT
: 0.008 % (1 kHz)
DNX6990HD, DNX6190HD, DNX5060EX, DNX6490BT,
DNX5190
: 0.01 % (1 kHz)
S/N Ratio (dB)
: 98 dB (DVD-Video 96 kHz)
Dynamic Range
: 98 dB (DVD-Video 96 kHz)
Disc Format
: DVD-Video/ VIDEO-CD/ CD-DA
Sampling Frequency
: 44.1/48/96 kHz
Quantifying Bit Number
: 16/20/24 bit
■■USB interface section
USB Standard
: USB 2.0 High speed
File System
: FAT 16/ 32
Maximum Power Supply Current
: DC 5 V 1 A
D/A Converter
: 24 Bit
Video Decoder
: MPEG1/MPEG2/MPEG4/WMV/H.264
Audio Decoder
: MP3/ WMA/ AAC/ WAV
Wow & Flutter
: Below Measurable Limit
Frequency Response
DNX7190HD, DNX7490BT
• 96 kHz : 20 – 20,000 Hz
• 48 kHz : 20 – 20,000 Hz
• 44.1 kHz : 20 – 20,000 Hz
DNX6990HD, DNX6190HD, DNX6490BT, DNX5190,
DNX5060EX
• 96 kHz : 20 – 22,000 Hz
• 48 kHz : 20 – 22,000 Hz
• 44.1 kHz : 20 – 20,000 Hz
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■■Bluetooth section (Except DNX5190)
■■FM tuner section
■■Video section
■■Navigation section
Technology
DNX7190HD, DNX7490BT
: Bluetooth Ver.3.0 Certified
Frequency Range
DNX7190HD, DNX6990HD, DNX6190HD, DNX5190,
DNX5060EX
: 87.9 MHz – 107.9 MHz (200 kHz)
Color System of External Video Input
: NTSC/PAL
Receiver
: High-sensitivity GPS receiver
External Video Input Level (RCA/mini jack)
: 1 Vp-p/ 75 Ω
Reception Frequency
: 1575.42 MHz (C/A code)
DNX7490BT, DNX6490BT
: 87.5 MHz – 108.0 MHz (50 kHz)
External Audio Max Input Level (RCA/mini jack)
: 2 V/ 25 kΩ
Frequency
: 2.402 – 2.480 GHz
Usable Sensitivity (S/N : 30 dB)
: 9.3 dBf (0.8 μV/75 Ω)
Video Output Level (RCA jacks)
: 1 Vp-p/ 75 Ω
Acquisition Times
Cold : 35 seconds (typ)
(On average for a stationary receiver with a clear
view of the sky)
Output Power
: +4dBm (MAX), 0dBm (AVE), Power Class2
Quieting Sensitivity (S/N : 50 dB)
: 15.2 dBf (1.6 μV/75 Ω)
Audio Output Level (RCA jacks)
: 1.2 V/ 10 kΩ
Maximum Communication Range
: Line of sight approx. 10m (32.8 ft)
Frequency Response (± 3.0 dB)
: 30 Hz – 15 kHz
■■Audio section
Profile
DNX7190HD, DNX7490BT, DNX6990HD, DNX6190HD,
DNX6490BT
• HFP (Hands Free Profile)
• SPP (Serial Port Profile)
• HSP (Headset Profile)
• A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
• AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile)
• OPP (Object Push Profile)
• PBAP (Phonebook Access Profile)
• Multi Profile support
S/N Ratio (dB)
: 70 dB (MONO)
Maximum Power (Front & Rear)
: 50 W x 4
Selectivity (± 400 kHz)
: ≥ 80 dB
Full Bandwidth Power (Front & Rear) (4 Ω, 14.4 V,
1 % THD)
: 22 W x 4
DNX6990HD, DNX6190HD, DNX6490BT, DNX5190,
DNX5060EX
: Bluetooth 2.0 Certified
DNX5190, DNX5060EX
• HFP (Hands Free Profile)
■■DSP section (DNX7190HD, DNX7490BT)
Stereo Separation
: 40 dB (1 kHz)
■■Digital FM tuner section (DNX7190HD,
DNX6990HD, DNX6190HD)
Frequency Range
: 87.9 MHz – 107.9 MHz (200 kHz)
Frequency Response (± 3.0 dB)
: 20 Hz – 20 kHz
S/N Ratio (dB)
: 70 dB (STEREO)
Graphics equalizer
Band: 7 Band
Frequency (BAND1 – 7)
: 62.5/160/400/1k/2.5k/6.3k/16k Hz
■■AM tuner section
Gain
: -9/-8/-7/-6/-5/-4/-3/-2/-1/0/1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9 dB
Frequency Range (10 kHz)
: 530 kHz – 1700 kHz
X’over
High pass filter
Frequency: Through, 30/ 40/ 50/ 60/ 70/ 80/ 90/ 100/
120/ 150 / 180/ 220/ 250 Hz
Slope: -6/-12/-18/-24 dB/Oct.
Low pass filter
Frequency: 30/ 40/ 50/ 60/ 70/ 80/ 90/ 100/ 120/
150/ 180/ 220/ 250 Hz, Through
Slope: -6/-12/-18/-24 dB/Oct.
Usable Sensitivity
: 28 dBμ
Position
Front / Rear /Subwoofer Delay
: 0 – 20.0ft (0.07ft Step)
Gain
: -8 – 0 dB
Subwoofer level
: -50 – +10 dB
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■■Digital AM tuner section (DNX7190HD,
DNX6990HD, DNX6190HD)
Frequency Range (10 kHz)
: 530 kHz – 1700 kHz
Frequency Response (± 3.0 dB)
: 40 Hz – 15 kHz
S/N Ratio (dB)
: 70 dB (STEREO)
Preout Level (V)
DNX7190HD, DNX7490BT
: 4 V/ 10 kΩ
DNX6990HD
: 5 V/ 10 kΩ
DNX6190HD, DNX6490BT, DNX5190, DNX5060EX
: 2 V/ 10 kΩ
Preout Impedance
DNX6990HD
: 80 Ω
DNX7190HD, DNX7490BT, DNX6190HD, DNX6490BT,
DNX5190, DNX5060EX
: ≤ 600 Ω
Speaker Impedance
:4–8Ω
Tone
(DNX6990HD, DNX6190HD, DNX6490BT, DNX5190,
DNX5060EX)
Bass: 100Hz ± 10dB
Middle: 1kHz ± 10dB
Treble: 10kHz ± 10dB
■■External SW (DNX7190HD, DNX7490BT)
Maximum Power Supply Current
: 500 mA
Reception Frequency
: 1575.42 MHz (C/A code)
Update Rate
: 1/second, continuous
Velocity : 0.05 m/sec. RMS
Accuracy
Position: <6 meters, typical
Velocity: 0.1 meter/sec RMS
Position Method
: GPS
Antenna
: External GPS antenna
■■General
Operating Voltage
: 14.4 V (10.5 – 16 V allowable)
Maximum Current Consumption
: 15 A
Installation Dimensions (W x H x D)
DNX7190HD, DNX7490BT
: 182 x 112 x 163 mm
7-3/16 x 4-6/16 x 6-7/16 inch
DNX6990HD, DNX6190HD, DNX5060EX, DNX6490BT,
DNX5190
: 182 x 112 x 160 mm
7-3/16 x 4-6/16 x 6-4/16 inch
Operational Temperature Range
: -10 °C – +60 °C
Weight
DNX7190HD, DNX7490BT: 2.5 kg (5.5 lbs)
DNX6990HD, DNX6190HD, DNX5060EX, DNX6490BT,
DNX5190: 2.0 kg (4.4 lbs)
NOTE
• Although the effective pixels for the liquid crystal
panel is given as 99.99% or more, 0.01% of pixels
may not light or may light incorrectly.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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About This Unit
■■Copyrights
• The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by
the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks
by JVC KENWOOD Corporation is under license.
Other trademarks and trade names are those of their
respective owners.
• The “AAC” logo is a trademark of Dolby Laboratories.
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• BlackBerry®, RIM®, Research In Motion® and related
trademarks, names and logos are the property of
Research In Motion Limited and are registered and/or
used in the U.S. and countries around the world. Used
under license from Research In Motion Limited.
• ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: DivX® is a digital video format
created by DivX, LLC, a subsidiary of Rovi Corporation.
This is an official DivX Certified® device that plays
DivX video. Visit divx.com for more information and
software tools to convert your files into DivX videos.
• “Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone” mean that an
electronic accessory has been designed to connect
specifically to iPod or iPhone, respectively, and has
been certified by the developer to meet Apple
performance standards. Apple is not responsible for
the operation of this device or its compliance with
safety and regulatory standards. Please note that the
use of this accessory with iPod, iPhone, or iPad may
affect wireless performance.
• ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND: This DivX Certified®
device must be registered in order to play purchased
DivX Video-on-Demand (VOD) movies. To obtain your
registration code, locate the DivX VOD section in your
device setup menu. Go to vod.divx.com for more
information on how to complete your registration.
• iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, and iPod touch
are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and
other countries.
• About PANDORA® internet radio:
Requirements for listening to the PANDORA® internet
radio are as follows:
iPhone or iPod touch
• Use an Apple iPhone or iPod touch running under
iOS3 or later.
• Search for “Pandora” in the Apple iTunes App Store
to find and install the most current version of the
Pandora® application on your device.
• iPhone/ iPod touch connected to this unit with a
KCA-iP102.
Android™ or BlackBerry®
• Download the Pandora application to your
smartphone from Pandora site using it’s standard
browser.
• Bluetooth must be built in and the following profiles
must be supported.
- SPP (Serial Port Profile)
- A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
NOTE
• In the application on your device, log in and create
an account with Pandora.
(If you are not already a registered user, an account
can also be created at www.pandora.com.)
• Internet connection by 3G, EDGE, or WiFi.
• Pandora® is available only in the U.S.
• Because Pandora® is a third-party service, the
specifications are subject to change without
prior notice. Accordingly, compatibility may be
impaired or some or all of the services may become
unavailable.
• Some functions of Pandora® cannot be operated
from this unit.
• For issues using the application, please contact
Pandora® at pandora-support@pandora.com
• iTunes is a trademark of Apple Inc.
•
is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo
Licensing Corporation registered in the U.S., Japan and
other countries.
• This item incorporates copy protection technology
that is protected by U.S. patents and other intellectual
property rights of Rovi Corporation. Reverse
engineering and disassembly are prohibited.
• Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories.
• Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent
Nos: 5,956,674; 5,974,380; 6,487,535 & other U.S.
and worldwide patents issued & pending. DTS, the
Symbol, & DTS and the Symbol together are registered
trademarks & DTS 2.0 Channel is a trademark of DTS,
Inc. Product includes software. © DTS, Inc. All Rights
Reserved.
• Sirius, XM and all related marks and logos are
trademarks of Sirius XM Radio Inc. All rights reserved.
• PANDORA, the PANDORA logo, and the Pandora trade
dress are trademarks or registered trademarks of
Pandora Media, Inc., used with permission.
• HD Radio Technology manufactured under license
from iBiquity Digital Corporation. U.S. and Foreign
Patents. HD Radio™ and the HD, HD Radio, and “Arc”
logos are proprietary trademarks of iBiquity Digital
Corp.
• Adobe, Acrobat and Reader are either registered
trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems
Incorporated in the United States and/or other
countries.
• DivX®, DivX Certified® and associated logos are
trademarks of Rovi Corporation or its subsidiaries and
are used under license.
■■FCC WARNING
This equipment may generate or use radio
frequency energy. Changes or modifications to this
equipment may cause harmful interference unless
the modifications are expressly approved in the
instruction manual. The user could lose the authority to
operate this equipment if an unauthorized change or
modification is made.
NOTE
This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment may cause harmful interference to
radio communications, if it is not installed and used
in accordance with the instructions. However, there
is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment
and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a
circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
DNX7190HD/DNX6990HD/DNX6190HD/DNX5060EX/
DNX5190:
2CAUTION
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of
procedures other than those specified herein may result
in hazardous radiation exposure.
In compliance with Federal Regulations, following
are reproductions of labels on, or inside the product
relating to laser product safety.
JVC KENWOOD Corporation
2967-3, ISHIKAWA-MACHI,
HACHIOJI-SHI, TOKYO, JAPAN
THIS PRODUCT COMPLIES WITH DHHS
RULES 21 CFR SUBCHAPTER J IN EFFECT AT
DATE OF MANUFACTURE.
Location: Top plate
DNX7190HD/ DNX6990HD/ DNX6190HD/
DNX5190/ DNX5060EX:
■■IC (Industry Canada) Notice
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1)This device may not cause interference, and
(2)this device must accept any interference, including
interference that may cause undesired operation of
the device.
The term “IC: ” before the certification/ registration
number only signifies that the Industry Canada
technical specification were met.
2CAUTION
This equipment complies with FCC/IC radiation
exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled
environment and meets the FCC radio frequency (RF)
Exposure Guidelines in Supplement C to OET65 and
RSS-102 of the IC radio frequency (RF) Exposure rules.
This equipment has very low levels of RF energy that
it deemed to comply without maximum permissive
exposure evaluation (MPE). But it is desirable that it
should be installed and operated keeping the radiator
at least 20cm or more away from person’s body
(excluding extremities: hands, wrists, feet and ankles).
Under Industry Canada regulations, this radio
transmitter may only operate using an antenna of a
type and maximum (or lesser) gain approved for the
transmitter by Industry Canada. To reduce potential
radio interference to other users, the antenna type
and its gain should be so chosen that the equivalent
isotropically radiated power (e.i.r.p.) is not more than
that necessary for successful communication.
This device complies with RSS-310 of Industry Canada.
Operation is subject to the condition that this device
does not Cause harmful interference.
DNX7190HD/DNX6990HD/DNX6190HD:
• Contains Transmitter Module
FCC ID : RKXFC6000S
• Contains Transmitter Module
IC: 5119A-FC6000S
DNX5190/DNX5060EX:
• Contains Transmitter Module
FCC ID : XQN-BTR60X
• Contains Transmitter Module
IC: 9688A-BTR601
• Android is a trademark of Google Inc.
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DNX7490BT/DNX6490BT:
■■The marking of products using lasers
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
The label is attached to the chassis/case and says
that the component uses laser beams that have been
classified as Class 1. It means that the unit is utilizing
laser beams that are of a weaker class. There is no
danger of hazardous radiation outside the unit.
■■CALIFORNIA, USA
This product contains a CR Coin Cell Lithium Battery
which contains Perchlorate Material – special handling
may apply.
See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate.
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This HD Radio receiver enables: