DNX7340BT DNX7340BTM DDX7034BT DDX7034BTM

GPS NAVIGATION SYSTEM
DNX7340BT
DNX7340BTM
DDX7034BT
DDX7034BTM
DDX6034
DDX6034M
MONITOR WITH DVD RECEIVER
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
This instruction manual is used to describe models listed below.
Model availability and features (functions) may differ depending on the country and
sales area.
• Region 2 (DVD Region Code 2 area)
• Region 3 (DVD Region Code 3 area)
• Region 4 (DVD Region Code 4 area)
• Region 6 (DVD Region Code 6 area)
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Contents
How to read this manual
Before Use
Notes
4
6
7
Initial Setup
85
Radio Listening
31
Functions of the buttons on the front
panel
10
Getting Started
12
How to Display the Navigation Screen
How to Select the Source
How to Set a Medium / a Device
Basic Operation
How to Display the Source Control Screen
How to Display Top Menu Screen
Operation on the Playback Screen of Visual
Sources
How to Display the Easy Control Screen
12
12
13
14
14
15
16
17
Watching DVD/Video CD
18
Playback Screen
Easy Control Screen
Source Control Screen
DVD-VIDEO Disc Menu
DVD-VR Menu Control
Video CD Zoom Control
18
18
18
20
21
21
Music Disc/ Audio File Listening & Video
File/ Picture File Watching
22
Source Control Screen
List Select
USB device select
Link search (Audio File in USB/SD)
Playback Screen (Video file, Picture file)
Easy Control Screen (Video file, Picture file)
Picture Control
Movie Menu Control
iPod Control
Playback Screen
Easy Control Screen
Source Control Screen
iPod List
Link search (Music file)
2
22
23
24
25
25
26
26
27
28
28
28
29
29
30
Source Control Screen
Preset Select
Auto Memory
Manual Memory
Radio Text (Region 2/ 3 models)
Set Station Name(Region 4/ 6 models)
Traffic Information (Region 2/ 3 models)
Search by Program Type
(Region 2/ 3 models)
Frequency Step Setting
(Region 4/ 6 models)
TV Watching
31
32
32
33
33
34
34
35
35
36
Function During TV Screen
Easy Control Screen
Source Control Screen
Auto Memory
Manual Memory
Preset Select
Set Station Name
36
36
37
38
38
39
39
Bluetooth Audio Control
40
Before Use
Source Control Screen
Other Functions
40
40
41
How To Use the Character Entry Screen
41
External Device Power Supply Control
(DNX/ DDX7 models)
41
Muting Audio Volume upon Reception of
Phone Call
42
Screen Control
43
Screen Control
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Hands Free Unit Control
Before Use
Downloading the Phonebook
Receiving a Call
During a Call
Call Waiting
Making a Call
Calling by Phonebook
Calling by Entering a Phone Number
Making a Call Using Call Records
Calling by Voice Recognition
Controlling Tone-based Services
Setting Up the Hands-Free Phone
Voice Registration
Key Word Voice Registration
Phone Number Preset
SMS (Short Message Service)
Audio Control
Audio Control Menu
Audio Control
Equalizer Control
Graphic Equalizer Setup
(DNX/ DDX7 models)
Tone Setup (DDX6 models)
Zone Control
Space Enhancer (DNX/ DDX7 models)
Position (DNX/ DDX7 models)
Remote Controller
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50
51
51
53
53
53
54
54
55
55
56
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79
Battery installation
79
Remote Controller mode switch
79
Common operations (AUD mode)
80
DVD/VCD (DVD mode)
81
Music Disc/Audio file/Video file/ Picture file
(AUD mode)
82
Radio (AUD mode)
83
NAVI (NAVI mode)
83
TV (TV mode)
84
Status bar Indicator items
DVD Language Codes
Help? Troubleshooting
Help? Error
Specifications
Setup Menu
58
How to Display SETUP Menu Screen
[Information]
DivX Setup
Software Information
[System]
User Interface
Language Setting
Touch Panel Adjustment
Clock Setup
Security Setup
Monitor Angle Control
EXT SW Setup
Setup Memory
[Display]
Entering Background
Panel Color Coordinate
Screen Adjustment
[Bluetooth SETUP]
Registering Bluetooth Unit
Registering Bluetooth Unit PIN Code
Bluetooth Unit Connection
[AV-IN SETUP]
AV Input Setup
[AV Interface]
AV Interface Setup
[Navigation]
Navigation Setup
[Audio SETUP]
DSP Bypass Control (DNX/DDX7 models)
Speaker Setup
Car Type (DTA) Setup (DNX/DDX7 models)
[DVD SETUP]
DVD Setup
DVD Language Setup
DVD Parental Level Setup
Disc Setup
[USB SETUP], [SD SETUP]
USB/ SD Setup
[iPod SETUP]
iPod Setup
[TUNER SETUP]
Tuner Setup (Reagion 2/ 3 models)
[TV SETUP]
TV Setup
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How to read this manual
This manual uses illustrations to explain its
operations.
Source Control Screen
The displays 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 displays or panels used, or some display
patterns may be different.
Switches to the source control screen to use
various functions.
1 Display the Source Control Screen
See <How to Display the Source Control
Screen>.
2 Operation on the Source Control screen
1
Selecting a screen item
Select and choose an item on the screen.
Select the item by touching the button on the
screen.
[FM] Switches to the FM1/2/3 band.
[AM] Switches to the AM band.
[], [D] Tunes in a station.
Use the [SEEK] to change the frequency
switching.
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[CRSC]
FM Turns the CRSC function On
or Off.
[SEEK] Switches the Seek mode.
The mode is switched in the following order
each time you touch the button.
Display
Setting
"AUTO1" Tunes in a station with good reception
automatically.
"AUTO2" Tunes in stations in memory one after another.
"MANU" Switches to the next frequency manually.
2 sec.
Continue to touch until the memory number
appears.
Next page Continue to the next page
The instruction continues to the next page.
Make sure to flip the page for the rest of the
i truction.
ins
The above operation example with the mark
differs from the actual operation.
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About the model groups
If different functions are used in different
model groups, the model groups are
described as shown below.
Names of models included in each model
group are as follows:
DNX models
DNX7340BT,
T DNX7340BTM
DDX models
• DDX7 models
DDX7034BT,
T DDX7034BTM
• DDX6 models
DDX6034, DDX6034M
Function Icon
Icons representing available functions are
shown below.
DEO
DEO
EO : Function of DVD-VIDEO playback.
-VVR : Function of DVD-VR playback.
-VR
: Function of Video CD playback.
: Function of CD (CD-DA) playback.
: Function of Audio File playback.
: Function of MPEG file playback.
: Function of DivX file playback.
: Function of JPEG file playback.
: Function of Disc (DVD, CD) media.
UUSB
US
SBB/
SSB/
B/S
/SSDD : Function of USB device or SD card.
/SD
/S
FM : Function of FM reception.
Other marks
Press 2 seconds or more
Press the button, denoted by
2sec. , for 2
seconds or more.
Indicates to press and hold down the button
until operation starts or the screen changes.
The left example indicates to press the button
f 2 seconds.
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Important precautions are described to
prevent injuries etc.
Special instructions, supplementary
explanations, limitations, and reference pages
are described.
General precautions and reference pages are
shown on the item.
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Before Use
2WARNING
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.
How to reset your unit
• If the unit or the connected unit fails to operate
properly, press the Reset button. The unit returns to
factory settings when the Reset button is pressed.
• Remove the USB device before pressing the Reset
button. Pressing the Reset button with the USB
device installed can damage the data contained in
the USB device. For how to remove the USB device,
see <How to Set a Medium / a Device> (page 13).
• When the unit is turned on after pressing the Reset
button, the Initial SETUP screen is displayed. (page
85)
Reset button
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 erases characters.
Handling discs
• Do not touch the recording surface of the disc.
• Do not stick tape etc. on the disc, or use a disc with
tape stuck on it.
• Do not use disc type accessories.
• 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.
Discs that cannot be used
• Discs that are not round 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.
• You cannot play a disc that has not been finalized.
(For the finalization process refer to your writing
software, and your recorder instruction manual.)
• If you try to load a 3-inch-disc with its adapter into
the unit, the adapter might separate from the disc
and damage the unit.
Other notes
• If you experience problems during installation,
consult your Kenwood dealer.
• When you purchase optional accessories, check
with your Kenwood dealer to make sure that they
work with your model and in your area.
• Characters that conform to ISO 8859-1 can be
displayed.
• The RDS or RBDS 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.
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Notes
About Audio files
List of playable discs
Disc
types
DVD
CD
Others
Standard
Support
DVD Video
DVD Audio
DVD-VR
DVD-R
‡
×
‡
‡
DVD-RW
‡
DVD+R
‡
DVD+RW
‡
DVD-R DL (Dual layer)
DVD+R DL (Double layer)
DVD-RAM
Music CD
‡
‡
×
‡
CD-ROM
‡
CD-R
‡
CD-RW
‡
DTS-CD
Video CD (VCD)
Super video CD
Photo CD
CD-EXTRA
‡
‡
×
×
%
HDCD
%
CCCD
Dualdisc
Super audio CD
×
×
%
Remark
Not compatible with CPRM.
MP3/WMA/AAC/WAV/
JPEG/MPEG/DivX Playback
Multi-border/Multisession/
(Playback depends on
authoring conditions)
Compatible with 8-cm (3
inch) discs
Only video format
CD-TEXT/8-cm (3 inch)
discs supported.
MP3/WMA/AAC/WAV/
JPEG/DivX playback
Multisession supported
Packet write not supported.
Only music CD session can
be played.
Sound quality of normal
CD music
Only CD layer can be
played.
‡ : Playback is possible.
% : Playback is partly possible.
× : Playback is impossible.
⁄
• When buying DRM enabled contents, check the
Registration Code in the <DivX Setup> (page 59).
Registration Code changes each time a file with the
displayed Registration Code is played to protect against
copying.
Use of "DualDisc"
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.)
• Playable Audio file
AAC-LC (.m4a), MP3 (.mp3), WMA (.wma), Linear
PCM (WAV) (.wav)
⁄
• 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.
• Acceptable media
CD-R/RW/ROM, DVD±R/RW, mass-storage-class
USB device, SD/SDHC card, iPod with KCA-iP301V
• Playable disc file format
ISO 9660 Level 1/2, Joliet, Romeo, Long file name.
• Playable USB device or SD card file system
FAT16, FAT32
Although the audio files are complied with the standards
listed above, the play maybe impossible depending on
the types or conditions of media or device.
• Playing order of the Audio file
In the example of folder/file tree shown below, the
files are played in the order from ① to ⑩.
<: Folder
Folder
CD ()
v : Audio
Audiofile
fi
v
v
v
v
v
v.
An online manual about audio files is put on the
site, www.kenwood.com/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.
About Video files
• Acceptable video files
MPEG1, MPEG2, DivX
• Extensions
mpg, mpeg, m1v, m2v, divx, div, avi
• Acceptable media
CD-R/RW/ROM, DVD±R/RW, mass-storage-class
USB device, SD/SDHC card, iPod with KCA-iP301V
Acceptable discs, disc formats, USB device or SD card
file system, file and folder names and playing order
are the same as those for audio files. See <About
Audio files>.
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Notes
About Picture files
• Acceptable picture files
JPEG
• Extensions
jpg, jpeg
• Acceptable media
CD-R/RW/ROM, DVD±R/RW, mass-storage-class
USB device, SD/SDHC card
Acceptable discs, disc formats, USB device or SD card
file system, file and folder names and playing order
are the same as those for audio files. See <About
Audio files>.
iPod/iPhone that can be connected to this
unit
Made for
• iPod nano (1st generation)
• iPod nano (3rd generation)
• iPod with video
• iPod touch (1st generation)
Works with
• iPhone
• iPod nano (2nd generation)
• iPod nano (4th generation)
• iPod classic
• iPod touch (2nd generation)
• iPhone 3G
About USB device
• In this manual, the word "USB device" is used for
flash memories and digital audio players which
have USB terminals.
• When the USB device is connected to this unit,
it can be charged up provided that this unit is
powered.
• Install the USB device in the place where it will not
prevent you from driving your vehicle properly.
• 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 out of erasure of the stored 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.
Normal playback is not guaranteed when a cable
other than the USB compatible cable is used.
Connecting a cable whose total length is longer
than 5 m can result in abnormal playback.
About SD card (DDX7 models only)
• Update iPod/iPhone software to the latest version.
• 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-iP301V). The word
"iPod" appearing in this manual indicates the iPod/
iPhone connected with the KCA-iP301V (optional
accessory).
• By connecting your iPod/iPhone to this unit with
an optional accessory iPod connection cable (KCAiP301V), 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.
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• If you start playback after connecting the iPod, the
music that has been played by the iPod is played
first.
In this case, "RESUMING" 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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• This unit is capable of playback of SD/SDHC
memory cards complying with the SD or SDHC
standard.
• A special adapter is required to use a miniSD card,
miniSDHC card, microSD card or microSDHC card.
• The MultiMedia Card (MMC) cannot be used.
Navigation units that can be connected to
this unit (DDX models only)
• KNA-G430
• KNA-G431
• Update the navigation software to the latest
version. For how to update the software, refer to the
instruction manual of the navigation unit.
Bluetooth unit that can be connected to
this unit (DDX6 models only)
• KCA-BT200
TV tuner that can be connected to this unit
• KTC-V300N
• KTC-V300P
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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.
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2
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DVD disc marks
Operation regulatory marks
Symbol
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.
Description
ALL
Indicates a region number. The discs with this mark can
be played with any DVD player.
8
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.
9
If a DVD disc has scenes shot from multiple angles, you
can select a favorite angle.
Indicates the type of screen for the image. The left mark
indicates that a wide image picture (16:9) is displayed
16:9 LB
on a standard TV set screen (4:3) with a black band at
both the top and bottom of the screen (letter box).
Prohibition Mark
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.
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Functions of the buttons on the front panel
For DDX models
TOP
ATT
VOLUME
AUD
NAV
SRC
A
B
C
D
E
TEL
F G
Reset button
(page 6)
SI indicator (page 62)
Remote control
sensor
1 sec. : Press for more than 1 second
A
Attenuation of the volume On/Off.
1 sec. Switches the source that is output at the AV OUTPUT
terminal.
B
Volume adjustment.
C
Displays Graphic Equalizer/ Tone Control screen.*1
ET
1 sec. Rear view display On/Off.*2
D
DNX models
Displays the navigation screen.
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*1 The display may not switch to
Graphic Equalizer screen in some
conditions
*2 The function of the [AUD] button
can be changed to the display off
function. See <User Interface> (page
60).
When the navigation screen has already been displayed, it switches
to the currently selected source screen.
1 sec. Picture in Picture function On/Off. !
DDX models
Displays the Top Menu screen. %
E
10
Turns the power On.
Displays the Source Select screen. @
1 sec. Turns the power Off.
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Functions of the buttons on the front panel
F
DNX models
Hands Free control screen On/Off.
1 sec. 7 While watching the navigation screen or playback
screen of a visual source
Displays the Easy Control screen. &
7 While watching the screen other than the above
Screen Switching function On/Off. !
DDX models
Hands Free control screen On/Off.
1 sec. While watching the navigation screen or playback
screen of a visual source
Displays the Easy Control buttons. &
G
Opens the panel and ejects the disc.
Closes the panel.
1 sec. Opens the panel fully for loading/ejecting an SD
card.
DNX models
Picture in Picture function
Two screens, the navigation screen and source screen, are displayed. When Picture in Picture
function is on, touching the source screen switches between the R-CAM image and source image.
NAV
1 sec.
Screen Switching function
Switching between the navigation screen and the source control screen with one touch operation.
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Getting Started
How to Display the Navigation Screen
How to Select the Source
DNX models
Sources can be selected from the Source Select
screen.
Source Select screen (Example)
NAV
The navigation screen appears.
DDX models
TOP
SRC
The Source Select screen appears.
Touch the icon of the source.
Use
or
to turn the page.
For how to operate each source, see the
following pages.
The navigation screen appears.
• For how to set up and use the navigation function,
see the Navigation Instruction Manual.
⁄
• For DDX models, an optional navigation system needs
to be connected. See <Navigation unit that can be
connected to this unit> (page 8) for connectable
navigation units.
DVD-VIDEO/ DVD-VR/
Video CD disc
\ Page 18
CD
\ Page 22
Audio file/ Video file/
Picture file disc
\ Page 22
iPod
\ Page 28
USB
\ Page 22
SD
\ Page 22
TUNER
\ Page 31
TV
\ Page 36
Bluetooth
\ Page 40
⁄
• For Disc media, iPod, USB and SD, the input is switched to
the source as the media or the device is set.
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Getting Started
How to Set a Medium / a Device
7 Disc media
7 SD card (DNX/ DDX7 models only)
For DNX models:
Update the navigation software.
For DDX7 models:
Audio File Listening & Video File/ Picture
File Watching
0
Press the [0] button to open/close the front
panel.
If a disc is already inserted, it is ejected by
pressing the [0] button.
7 iPod
Press the [0] button for more than 1 second
to open the front panel.
Inserting the SD card
Hold the SD card with the label side up
and the notched section on the right, and
insert it into the slot until it clicks.
To disconnect the iPod, stop the playback
by touching the [38] button on the source
control screen, and then disconnect the iPod.
See <Source Control Screen> (page 29).
7 USB device
To disconnect the USB device, touch the [0]
button on the source control screen, and
then disconnect the USB device. See <Source
Control Screen> (page 22).
Removing the SD card
Push the SD 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.
Press the [0] button to close the front panel.
⁄
• For DNX models:
For how to update the software, refer to the
instruction manual of the navigation unit.
• For DDX7 models:
After inserting the SD card, select the SD source on
the Source Select screen.
⁄
• The playback starts automatically after setting the media
or the device.
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Basic Operation
How to Display the Source Control Screen
On the Source Control screen you can find all the
control buttons for the selected source.
Source Control Screen
The Source Control Screen appears.
DNX/DDX models
While watching the Easy Control Screen
• For how to use each button, see the operation pages
of each source.
TEL
How to display the Source Control screen
DNX models
1 sec.
While watching the navigation screen
The Source Control Screen appears.
⁄
The Source Control Screen appears.
• The screen will return to the navigation screen by
touching the same part of the Source Control screen.
DDX models
TOP
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Basic Operation
How to Display Top Menu Screen
Top Menu Screen is the entrance to all the
functions. You can enter source operation screen
as well as various setup menu from this screen.
Top Menu screen
How to display the Top Menu screen
Buttons on the Top Menu screen
V
] Switches to the navigation screen.
[NAV
] Switches to the source control screen
[SRC
of the selected source.
[TEL ] Switches to the Hands Free Main
screen. (page 45)
[NAV SETUP] Displays Navigation SETUP screen.
(Instruction manual of the Navigation part)
(DNX models only)
[SRC SETUP] Displays SETUP Menu screen. (page
58)
[TEL SETUP] Displays the Hands Free Setup
screen. (page 48)
[ ] Displays Audio Control Menu screen. (page
53)
[
] Displays Source Select screen.
[
] Displays the EXT SW (External Switch)
Control screen. (page 41) (DNX/ DDX7 models
only)
The buttons listed below are common for
many screens.
Touch the [MENU] button on any screen.
The Top Menu Screen appears.
• For DDX models
Pressing the [TOP] button on the front panel also
displays the Top Menu Screen.
[MENU] Displays Top Menu screen.
[ ] Opens the function bar. The buttons shown
below appear.
[ ] Displays the currently selected source
screen.
[ ] Displays Audio Control Menu screen.
(page 53)
[
] Displays SETUP Menu screen. (page
58)
[
] Displays the EXT SW (External
Switch) Control screen. (page 41) (DNX/
DDX7 models only)
[ ] Closes the function bar.
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Basic Operation
Operation on the Playback Screen of
Visual Sources
How to display the playback screen
While watching visual sources, basic operation is
possible by touching the screen.
SRC
The screen has 4 function areas. The function of
each area is different depending on the sources.
(Some areas are unavailable for some sources.)
Playback screen of a visual source
The Source Select screen appears.
Touch the icon of the source.
2
1
3
The Playback screen of a visual source appears.
4
Basic operation of each area
1 Reverse search.
2 Displays Menu control screen (DVD-VIDEO,
DVD-VR source), Picture control buttons
(sources with picture files), or Zoom control
buttons (Video CD).
Switches TV band.
3 Forward search.
4 Displays/ Clears source information screen.*
• For the function of each touching area, see the pages
of each source.
* Source information screen
2
1
3
4
⁄
• The information display is cleared automatically after
approximately 5 seconds.
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Basic Operation
How to Display the Easy Control Screen
Basic operation buttons of the selected source
can be displayed on the playback screen of
visual sources so that you can control the source
without switching the screen.
Easy Control Screen
Buttons on the Easy Control Screen
[∞] Changes the function as follows by touching
the [∞] button.
[SCRN] Displays Screen Control screen (page
43).
[TEL] Switches to the Hands Free Main
screen (page 45).
[EXT SW] Switches to the EXT SW Control
screen (page 41). (DNX/ DDX7 models
only)
[4], [¢], [7], [£8]
Buttons for source control. The buttons are
different depending on the source. See the
operation pages of each source.
While watching the visual source
TEL
1 sec.
The Easy control screen appears.
⁄
• Easy Control screen is hidden when you touch the central
part of the monitor.
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Watching DVD/Video CD
You can play DVD/Video CD using various functions.
• Set the remote controller mode switch to "DVD" mode before starting operation, see <Remote Controller mode switch>
(page 79).
Playback Screen
Easy Control Screen
Basic functions are available even when the
playback screen is displayed.
Displays the basic operation buttons on the
screen.
1 Display the Playback Screen
1 Display the Easy Control Screen
See <Operation on the Playback Screen of Visual
Sources> (page 16).
2 Operation on the Playback Screen
See <How to Display the Easy Control buttons>
(page 17).
2 Operation on the Easy Control Screen
2
1
1
3
2
4
3
1, 3 DVD-VIDEO Searches for a chapter.
DVD-VR Searches for a chapter.
Video CD Selects a scene (when PBC is
On) or a track (when PBC is Off ).
2 DVD-VIDEO Displays the Menu Control 1 Screen
(page 20).
DVD-VR Displays the Menu Control Screen
(page 21).
Video CD Displays the Zoom Control Screen
(page 21).
4 Displays/ Clears Source Information Screen.
⁄
• The information display is cleared automatically after
approximately 5 seconds.
1, 2 Switches to the Playback Screen.
3 Displays the Source Control Screen.
[4], [¢] Searches for a chapter/ scene/
track.
[7] Stops playing.
When touched twice, the disc is played from
its beginning when you play it in the next
time.
[38] Plays or pauses.
Source Control Screen
Switches to the source control screen to use
various playback functions.
1 Display the Source Control Screen
See <How to Display the Source Control
Screen> (page 14).
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2 Operation on the Source Control Screen
Multi Function
DVD-VIDEO/DVD-VR
1
[
] Closes the multi function bar.
DVD-VIDEO
Video CD
1
[REP] Switches the Repeat Play operations in
the following sequence.
Title Repeat, Chapter Repeat, Repeat Off
[TIME] Switches the play time display in the
following sequence.
Chapter ("C"), Title ("T"), remaining titles ("R")
DVD-VR
[38] Plays or pauses.
[7] Stops playing.
When touched twice, the disc is played from
its beginning when you play it in the next
time.
[0] Ejects a disc.
[1], [¡] Fast Forwards or Fast Backwards.
[4], [¢]
DVD-VIDEO Searches for a chapter.
DVD-VR Searches for a chapter.
Video CD Selects a scene (when PBC is On) or a
track (when PBC is Off ).
[ ], [ ] DVD-VIDEO , DVD-VR Slow Forwards or
Backwards.
[ ] Switches to the playback screen.
1 Information display
Title display.
"Title" Title Number Display
"Chap" Chapter Number Display
"Scene" Scene/Track Number Display
"3" Play Mode Display
"T"/ "C"/ "R"/ "P" Play Time Display
Use the [TIME] to change play time
display.
[ ] When
is appeared, the text display is
scrolled by touching it.
[REP] Switches the Repeat Play operations in
the following sequence.
Title Repeat, Repeat Off
[TIME] Switches the play time display in the
following sequence.
Title ("T"), remaining titles ("R")
[PLST] Switches between the original mode
and Play list mode.
Video CD
[REP] Switches the Repeat Play operations in
the following sequence.
Track Repeat, Repeat Off (Available when the
PBC is off )
[TIME] Switches the play time display in the
following sequence.
Track ("P"), remaining discs ("R") (Effective only
when the PBC function is off )
[PBC] Turns the PBC On or Off. (only when VCD
Ver 2.0 is in use)
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Watching DVD/Video CD
DVD-VIDEO Disc Menu
Selects an option from the DVD-VIDEO Disc
Menu.
1 Display the Playback Screen
See <Operation on the Playback Screen of Visual
Sources> (page 16).
2 Display the Menu Control 1 screen
⁄
• Touching the central part of the monitor also turns on
the Highlight Control.
• To cancel Highlight Control, press the [TEL] button for
more than 1 second.
• The Highlight Control is cleared automatically after
approximately 10 seconds.
5 Operation on the Menu Control 2 screen
3 Operation on the Menu Control 1 screen
[Menu] Calls the Menu.
[Next] Displays the Menu Control 2 screen.
[2], [3], [5], [∞] Selects a menu option.
[Enter] Enters your menu selection.
[Return] Returns to the previous menu screen.
[Top] Displays the Top Menu.
[Highlight] Highlight Control.
[Exit] Exits the Menu Control 1 screen.
4 Operation on the Highlight Control
[Previous] Displays the Menu Control 1 screen.
[Angle] Switches the picture angle.
[SUB] Switches the subtitle language.
[Audio] Switches the voice language.
[Zoom] Displays the Zoom Control screen.
[Exit] Exits the Menu Control 2 screen.
6 Operation on the Zoom Control screen
Highlight control lets you control DVD Menu
by touching the menu button directly on the
screen.
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[Zoom] Changes the zoom ratio at 4 levels (2
times, 3 times, 4 times, or off ) each time you
touch.
[2], [3], [5], [∞] Scrolls the screen in the
direction you touch.
[Return] Returns to the previous screen.
[Exit] Exits the Zoom Control screen.
DVD-VR Menu Control
Selects an option from the DVD-VR Disc Menu.
1 Display the playback screen
See <Operation on the Playback Screen of Visual
Sources> (page 16).
2 Display the Menu Control screen
[Zoom] Changes the zoom ratio at 4 levels (2
times, 3 times, 4 times, or off ) each time you
touch.
[2], [3], [5], [∞] Scrolls the screen in the
direction you touch.
[Return] Returns to the previous screen.
[Exit] Exits the Zoom Control screen.
Video CD Zoom Control
Displays an enlarged VCD screen.
1 Display the playback screen
See <Operation on the Playback Screen of Visual
Sources> (page 16).
2 Display the Zoom Control buttons
3 Operation on the Menu Control screen
3 Operation on the Zoom Control screen
[Zoom] Displays the Zoom Control screen.
[SUB] Switches the subtitle language.
[Audio] Switches the voice language.
[Exit] Exits the Menu Control screen.
4 Operation on the Zoom Control screen
[Zoom] Changes the zoom ratio at 2 levels (2
times or off ) each time you touch.
[2], [3], [5], [∞] Scrolls the screen in the
direction you touch.
[Exit] Exits the Zoom Control screen.
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Music Disc/ Audio File Listening &
Video File/ Picture File Watching
You can recall various control screens during playback of CD, audio file, video file and picture file.
• See <List of playable discs> (page 7) for playable discs.
• See <About Audio file> (page 7), <About Video files> (page 7) or <About Picture files> (page 8) for playable files.
Switches to the source control screen to use
various playback functions.
1 Display the Source Control Screen
See <How to Display the Source Control
Screen> (page 14).
2 Operation on the Source Control screen
CD
1
Audio File
Au
MPEG/DivX®
], [ ] Audio File , MPEG/DivX® ,
JPEG
Selects a folder.
[List] Audio File , MPEG/DivX® ,
JPEG
Displays the folder list or play list. (page 23)
[ ] Switches to the playback screen.
1 Information display
CD Selects the Disc Text or Track Text.
JPEG
Audio File , MPEG/DivX® ,
Selects Folder Name, File Name, Title,
Artist Name, or Album Name.
"Track" Track Number Display
"
" Folder Number Display
" " File Number Display
"#### / ####" Total number of file in the
folder and the file number display
"3" Play Mode Display
"P"/ "R" Play Time Display
Use the [TIME] to change play time
display.
[ ] When
is appeared, the text display is
scrolled by touching it.
[
Source Control Screen
JPEG
1
Multi Function
[38] Plays or pauses.
[7]
Disc Stops playing.
When touched twice, the disc is played from
its beginning when you play it in the next
time.
[0]
Disc Ejects the disc.
USB/SD Removes the USB device/ SD
card.
When "No Device" is shown, the USB
device/ SD card can be removed safely.
If you wish to play it again while the
USB device is connected, touch it
again.
[1], [¡]
CD , Audio File , MPEG/DivX®
Fast Forwards or Fast Backwards.
[4], [¢] Selects a track/ file.
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[1/2] Switches the multi function display.
[ ] Closes the multi function bar.
CD
[REP] Repeats the present track.
[RDM] Starts or stops Random Play (to play
music in random order).
[TIME] Switches the play time display between
Track ("P"), and Disc Remaining Time ("R").
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Audio File
Au
MPEG/DivX®
USB/SD
JPEG
[REP] Repeats the present file or data.
[FREP] Repeats the music or data of the
present folder.
[RDM] Starts or stops Random Play (to play
files of the present folder in random order).
[4Line]/ [2Line] Switches the number of lines
displayed in the Information Display.
[FOLD]/ [Flist] Displays the folder list.
[Plist] Audio File in USB/SD
Displays the play list.
[SLIDE] Audio File ,
JPEG Displays images in
the folder currently being played one after
another.
If there is no image in the folder currently
being played, initial background is displayed.
For information on setting the image display
time, see <Disc Setup> (page 76) or <USB/ SD
Setup> (page 77).
[INFO] Audio File Displays music information
(such as Tag and content property) of Audio
file being played.
MPEG/DivX® ,
JPEG Displays information of file
being played.
[LINK] Audio File in USB/SD Searches for another
song of the currently selected artist. See <Link
Search> (page 25).
[DEVICE]
USB Selects the connected USB
device (or a partition). (page 24)
⁄
• Touching [List] displays the previously used Folder
list or Play list.
3 Select a song
1
1 Folder opens when touched, and the Audio
file is played.
[ ] When
is appeared, the text display is
scrolled by touching it.
[
ROOT] Moves to the top hierarchy level.
[
UP] Moves up a hierarchy level.
[
TOP]
USB/SD Moves to the top folder.
CUR] Displays the currently playing folder.
[
[CTRL] Returns to the Source Control screen.
Play list
List Select
Folder list: Searches folders and Audio/ Video/
Picture files stored in media and devices
according to hierarchy.
Play list: Lists and searches music contained in the
USB device or SD card.
Disc/USB/SD
Folder list
Audio File in
Au
USB/SD
1
1 Display the Source Control Screen
See <Source Control Screen> (page 22).
2 Start List Select
Disc
1 Switches to the lower level of the category.
[ ] When
is appeared, the text display is
scrolled by touching it.
[
ALL] Lists all the music in the selected
category.
[
UP] Moves to the upper level of the
category.
[
TOP] Moves to the top category.
[
CUR] Displays the currently playing
category.
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Music Disc/ Audio File Listening & Video File/ Picture File Watching
[CTRL] Returns to the Source Control screen.
Scrolls to the position of the specified initial
USB device select
Selects the connected USB device (or a partition).
1 Display the Source Control Screen
See <Source Control Screen> (page 22).
2 Display the USB Mount Device Select
Screen
Scrolls to the selected initial.
3 Select a USB device
1
1 Selects a device or partition.
[ UP] Returns to the Device Selection screen.
[ ] When
is appeared, the text display is
scrolled by touching it.
[CTRL] Returns to the Source Control screen.
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Link search (Audio File in USB/SD)
Playback Screen (Video file, Picture file)
Searches for another song of the currently
selected artist.
Basic functions are available even when the
playback screen is displayed.
1 Display the Source Control Screen
1 Display the Playback Screen
See <Source Control Screen> (page 22).
2 Start Link search
See <Operation on the Playback Screen of Visual
Sources> (page 16).
2 Operation on the Playback Screen
2
1
3
4
3 Select a song
1
1 Plays the touched song.
[ ] When
is appeared, the text display is
scrolled by touching it.
[
TOP] Moves to the top category.
[
CUR] Displays the currently playing
category.
[CTRL] Returns to the Source Control screen.
1, 3 Searches for a file.
2
JPEG Displays the Picture Control Screen
(page 26).
MPEG/DivX® Displays the Menu Control Screen
(page 27).
4 Displays/ Clears Source Information Screen.
⁄
• The information display is cleared automatically after
approximately 5 seconds. Also, the information can be
displayed automatically when it is updated.
Scrolls to the position of the specified initial
Scrolls to the selected initial.
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Music Disc/ Audio File Listening & Video File/ Picture File Watching
Easy Control Screen (Video file, Picture
file)
Displays the basic operation buttons on the
screen.
1 Display the Easy Control Screen
See <How to Display the Easy Control Screen>
(page 17).
Picture Control
Adjusting the video display.
1 Display the Playback Screen
See <Operation on the Playback Screen of Visual
Sources> (page 16).
2 Display the Picture Control Screen
2 Operation on the Easy Control Screen
1
2
3
1, 2 Switches to the Playback Screen.
3 Displays the Source Control Screen.
[4], [¢] Searches for a file.
[7]
Disc Stops playing.
When touched twice, the disc is played from
its beginning when you play it in the next
time.
[38] Plays or pauses.
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3 Adjust the video display
[
]
[
]
[
]
[Exit]
Reverses the picture horizontally.
Rotates counter clockwise.
Rotates clockwise.
Ends Picture Control.
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Movie Menu Control
Selects an option from the Movie Menu.
1 Display the playback screen
See <Operation on the Playback Screen of Visual
Sources> (page 16).
2 Display the Menu Control screen
3 Operation on the Menu Control screen
[SUB] Switches the subtitle language.
[Audio] Switches the voice language.
[Exit] Exits the Menu Control screen.
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iPod Control
You can control and listen to songs in your iPod by connecting an iPod to this unit with KCA-iP301V
(optional accessory). You can also display video contents on this unit when connecting an iPod with video.
Playback Screen
Easy Control Screen
Basic functions are available even when the
playback screen is displayed.
Displays the basic operation buttons on the
screen.
1 Display the Playback Screen
1 Display the Easy Control Screen
See <Operation on the Playback Screen of Visual
Sources> (page 16).
2 Operation on the Playback Screen
See <How to Display the Easy Control Screen>
(page 17).
2 Operation on the Easy Control Screen
2
1
1
3
2
4
3
1, 3 Selects the music/video.
2 Not effective
4 Displays/ Clears Source Information Screen.
⁄
1, 2 Switches to the Playback Screen.
3 Displays the Source Control Screen.
[4], [¢] Music/Video Search.
[38] Plays or pauses.
• The information display is cleared automatically after
approximately 5 seconds. Also, the information can be
displayed automatically when it is updated.
• Remove all accessories such as headphone before
connecting an iPod. You may not be able to control the
iPod if you connect it with accessories attached.
• When you connect an iPod to this unit, playback starts
from the song you were playing on the iPod itself
(Resume Function).
• If the played song is not a video content, "No Video
Signal" is displayed on the video screen.
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Source Control Screen
Switches to the source control screen to use
various playback functions.
1 Display the Source Control Screen
See <How to Display the Source Control
Screen> (page 14).
2 Operation on the Source Control Screen
[ARDM] Starts or stops Album Random Play
(plays randomly from current album).*
[INFO] Displays information screen of music/
video being played.
[LINK]
MUSIC Searches for another song of
the currently selected artist. See <Link Search>
(page 30).*
⁄
* Disabled when VIDEO is being played.
1
iPod List
Lists and searches music/video contained in the
iPod.
1 Display the Source Control Screen
[38] Plays or pauses.
[1], [¡] Fast Forwards or Fast Backwards.
[4], [¢] Selects Music/Video.
[List] Displays the iPod list. (page 29)
[ ] Switches to the playback screen.
1 Information display
Selects the Title, Artist Name, Album Name
or iPod Name.
"##### / #####" Total number of music in
the iPod and the music number display
"3" Play Mode Display
"P" Play Time Display
[ ] When
is appeared, the text display is
scrolled by touching it.
Multi Function
[1/2] Switches the multi function display.
[ ] Closes the multi function bar.
[MUSIC] Displays the list of music category.
[VIDEO] Displays the list of video category.
[REP] Repeats the present file or data.
[RDM] Starts or stops Random play.*
See <Source Control Screen> (page 29).
2 Display the iPod List
3 Select music/video
1
1 Categories and music are listed.
Touch a category name to move its lower
level. If music title is displayed, the music is
played by touching it.
When [38] is appeared, all the music in its
category is played by touching the button.
[ ] When
is appeared, the text display is
scrolled by touching it.
[
UP] Returns to previous category.
[
TOP] Moves to the top category.
[
CUR] Displays the currently playing
category.
[CTRL] Returns to the Source Control screen.
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iPod Control
Scrolls to the position of the specified initial
Link search (Music file)
Searches for another song of the currently
selected artist.
1 Display the Source Control Screen
See <Source Control Screen> (page 29).
2 Start Link search
Scrolls to the selected initial.
3 Select a song
1
1 Plays the touched song.
[ ] When
is appeared, the text display is
scrolled by touching it.
[
TOP] Moves to the top category.
[
CUR] Displays the currently playing
category.
[CTRL] Returns to the Source Control screen.
Scrolls to the position of the specified initial
Scrolls to the selected initial.
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Radio Listening
Various control screens appear in the Tuner Source mode.
• Set the remote controller mode switch to "AUD" mode before starting operation, see <Remote Controller mode switch>
(page 79).
Source Control Screen
Multi Function
Switches to the source control screen to use
various functions.
1 Display the Source Control Screen
See <How to Display the Source Control
Screen> (page 14).
2 Operation on the Source Control screen
1
[FM] Switches to the FM1/2/3 band.
[AM] Switches to the AM band.
[TI] Turns the Traffic Information function On
or Off.
See <Traffic Information>, (page 34).
[4], [¢] Tunes in a station.
Use the [SEEK] to change the frequency
switching.
[List] Display the Tuner Preset List Screen.
(page 32).
1 Information display
Selects the Program Service Name, Title &
Artist name, Radio Text plus, or Radio Text.
"FM"/ "AM" Band display
"Preset" Preset number
"MHz"/ "kHz" Frequency display
[ ] When
is appeared, the text display is
scrolled by touching it.
[1/3] Switches the multi function display.
[ ] Closes the multi function bar.
[SEEK] Switches the Seek mode.
The mode is switched in the following order
each time you touch the button.
Display Setting
"AUTO1" Tunes in a station with good reception automatically.
"AUTO2" Tunes in stations in memory one after another.
"MANU" Switches to the next frequency manually.
[AME] Selects the Auto Memory mode.
See <Auto Memory> (page 32).
[PRE] Lists and selects memorized station.
[4Line]/ [2Line] Switches the number of lines
displayed in the Information Display.
[PTY]
FM Searches station by program
type. See <Search for Program Type> (page
35).
[MONO]
FM Select the Monaural
reception. (Region 2/ 3 models only)
[CRSC]
FM Turns the CRSC function On or
Off. (Region 4/ 6 models only)
[P1] – [P6] When [P1] to [P6] buttons appear,
you can recall the stations on memory.
For memory of broadcasting stations, see
<Auto Memory> (page 32) or <Manual
Memory> (page 33).
[LO.S] Turns the Local Seek function ON or Off.
(Region 2/ 3 models only)
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Radio Listening
[NAME] Sets a name to the station. See <Set
Station Name> (page 34). (Region 4/ 6 models
only)
[TEXT]
FM Displays Radio Text screen. See
<Radio Text> (page 33). (Region 2/ 3 models
only)
Auto Memory
Stores stations with good reception in memory
automatically.
1 Display the Source Control Screen
See <Source Control Screen> (page 31).
2 Select a band you wish to store in memory
Preset Select
Lists and selects memorized station.
1 Display the Source Control Screen
See <Source Control Screen> (page 31).
2 Display the Tuner Preset List Screen
3 Select the Auto Memory mode
3 Select a station
1
4 Start Auto Memory
1 Memorized stations are displayed. Touch to
tune in.
[CTRL] Returns to the Source Control screen.
Auto Memory terminates when 6 stations are
stored or when all stations are tuned in.
⁄
• The operation ends automatically if you do not operate
within 10 seconds.
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Manual Memory
Radio Text (Region 2/ 3 models)
Stores the current receiving station in memory.
You can display the radio text. (Only when
receiving the FM broadcast)
1 Display the Source Control Screen
See <Source Control Screen> (page 31).
2 Select a station you wish to store in
memory
1 Select a station
See <Source Control Screen> (page 31).
2 Display the radio text
3 Store in memory
1
2 sec.
Continue to touch until the memory number
appears.
1 Selects the Program Service Name, Title &
Artist name, Station Name, Radio Text Plus, or
Radio Text for text display.
[ ] When
is appeared, the text display is
scrolled by touching it.
[5], [∞] Scrolls the text display.
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Radio Listening
Set Station Name
(Region 4/ 6 models)
Assigns a name to a station.
1 Tune in to the station to name
See <Source Control Screen> (page 31).
2 Start Name set
Traffic Information (Region 2/ 3 models)
When a traffic bulletin starts, any source is
switched to the traffic information and it is
displayed automatically.
1 Display the Source Control Screen
See <Source Control Screen> (page 31).
2 Set the Traffic information mode
3 Enter the name
See <Character Entry> (page 41) for information
on how to enter a name.
4 End Name set
When the traffic bulletin starts...
The Traffic Information screen appears
automatically.
Traffic Information screen
⁄
• It is necessary to have Traffic Information function set to
On in order to have the Traffic Information screen appear
automatically.
• During reception of traffic information the adjusted
volume is automatically remembered, and the next time
it switches to traffic information it's automatically the
remembered volume.
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Search by Program Type
(Region 2/ 3 models)
Frequency Step Setting
(Region 4/ 6 models)
A program is tuned when you set its program
type. (Only when receiving the FM broadcast)
Changing the tuning frequency step. The original
setting is FM band 50 kHz, and AM band 9 kHz.
1 Display the Source Control Screen
1 Switch the frequency step
See <Source Control Screen> (page 31).
2 Enter Program Type Search mode
While pressing [NAV] (DNX models)/ [TOP] (DDX
models) button and [0] button, press the Reset
button.
Release your fingers from the buttons after the
display appears.
The frequency step changes to FM band 200
kHz, and AM band 10 kHz.
3 Select a Program Type
1
1 Program Type is displayed. Touch to select a
Program Type.
[Search] Searches for the program type.
It is displayed when the Program type is
selected.
4 Search a station of the selected Program
Type
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TV Watching
Various control screens appear in the TV source mode. You can only operate TV with the optional accessory
TV Tuner connected.
Function During TV Screen
Easy Control Screen
Basic functions are available even when the TV
screen is displayed.
Displays the basic operation buttons on the
screen.
1 Display the TV screen
1 Display the Easy Control Screen
See <Operation on the Playback Screen of Visual
Sources> (page 16).
2 Operation on the TV screen
See <How to Display the Easy Control Screen>
(page 17).
2 Operation on the Easy Control Screen
2
1
1
3
2
4
3
1, 3 Selects a channel.
2 Switches to TV1 or TV2.
4 Displays/ Clears Source Information Screen.
⁄
• The information display is cleared automatically after
approximately 5 seconds. Also, the information can be
displayed automatically when it is updated.
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1, 2 Switches to the TV screen.
3 Displays the Source Control Screen.
[BAND] Switches to TV1 or TV2.
[4], [¢] Selects a channel.
Use the [SEEK] to change the channel tuning
sequence.
[SEEK] Switches the Seek mode. (page 37)
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Source Control Screen
Switches to source control screen to use various
functions.
1 Display the Source Control Screen
See <How to Display the Source Control
Screen> (page 14).
2 Operation on the Source Control Screen
1
[SEEK] Switches the Seek mode.
The mode is switched in the following order
each time you touch the button.
Display Setting
"AUTO1" Tunes in a station with good reception automatically.
"AUTO2" Tunes in stations in memory one after another.
"MANU" Switches to the next frequency manually.
[PRE] Lists and selects memorized station.
[NAME] Sets a name to the station. See <Set
Station Name> (page 39).
[P1] – [P6] When [P1] to [P6] buttons appear,
you can recall channels on memory.
For memory of broadcasting stations, see
<Auto Memory> (page 38) or <Manual
Memory> (page 38).
[BAND] Switches to TV1 or TV2.
[4], [¢] Select a channel.
Use the [SEEK] to change the channel tuning
sequence.
[List] Display the TV Preset List Screen. (page
39).
[ ] Switches to the TV screen.
1 Information display
Channel information display
"TV" Band display
"Group" TV Area Group Display. See <TV
Setup> (page 78).
"Preset" Memory Number Display
"ch" Channel display
[ ] When
is appeared, the text display is
scrolled by touching it.
Multi Function
[1/2] Switches the multi function display.
[ ] Closes the multi function bar.
[AME] Selects the Auto Memory mode.
See <Auto Memory> (page 38).
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TV Watching
Auto Memory
Manual Memory
Stores stations with good reception in memory
automatically.
Stores the current receiving channel in memory.
1 Display the Source Control Screen
See <Source Control Screen> (page 37).
1 Display the Source Control Screen
See <Source Control Screen> (page 37).
2 Select a band you wish to store in memory
2 Select a station you wish to store in
memory
3 Select the Auto Memory mode
3 Store in memory
4 Start Auto Memory
2 sec.
Continue to touch until the memory number
appears.
Auto Memory terminates when 6 stations are
stored or when all stations are tuned in.
⁄
• The operation ends automatically if you do not operate
within 10 seconds.
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Preset Select
Set Station Name
Lists and selects memorized station.
Assigns a name to a station.
1 Display the Source Control Screen
1 Tune in to the station to name
See <Source Control Screen> (page 37).
2 Start Preset Select
See <Source Control Screen> (page 37).
2 Start Name set
3 Select a station
1
3 Enter the name
See <Character Entry> (page 41) for information
on how to enter a name.
4 End Name set
1 Memorized stations are displayed. Touch to
tune in.
[ ] Switches to the TV screen.
[CTRL] Returns to the Source Control screen.
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Bluetooth Audio Control
DNX/ DDX7 models: You can listen to audio files stored in Bluetooth audio player and cell-phone.
DDX6 models: When KCA-BT200 (optional accessory) is connected, you can listen to audio files stored in
Bluetooth audio player and cell-phone.
• You need to register your audio player and cell-phone to your Bluetooth Unit beforehand. Make sure to read the instruction
manual of the Bluetooth Unit as well.
Before Use
• You need to register your audio player and cell-phone
before using it with this unit. For more details, see
<Registering Bluetooth Unit> (page 67).
• If you have registered two or more audio players or cellphones, you need to select one of them. For more details,
see <Bluetooth Unit Connection> (page 69).
Source Control Screen
Switches to control screen to use various
functions.
1 Display the Source Control Screen
See <How to Display the Source Control
Screen> (page 14).
2 Operation on the Source Control screen
[3] Plays.
[7] Stops playing.
[8] Pauses.
[4], [¢] Selects a file.
⁄
• If the Bluetooth Audio player does not support AVRCP
profile, buttons are not displayed. Operate from the
Audio player.
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Other Functions
How To Use the Character Entry Screen
Character Entry screen
External Device Power Supply Control
(DNX/ DDX7 models)
Controlling the external device power supply.
1
1 Display the Source Select Screen
See <How to Select the Source> (page 12).
2 Display the EXT SW Control screen
1 Enters characters.
[2], [3] Shifts the cursor.
[5], [∞] Scrolls up or down the character
button display.
[QWE]/ [ABC] Sets the key layout of the
character buttons.
ABC : Alphabetical key layout.
QWE : Qwerty key layout.
[Clear] Clears the character.
If you erase a character, locate the cursor on it
and touch this button.
[Space] Enters a space.
3 Control the external device power supply
⁄
• You can enter characters only after you have applied the
parking brake.
You can turn on or off the external device power
supply.
⁄
• 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.
• Refer to <EXT SW Setup> (page 63) for information on
setting the power on or off specification.
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Other Functions
Muting Audio Volume upon Reception of
Phone Call
When the telephone is called...
The Phone Call ("CALL") screen appears, and
system is paused.
Phone Call ("CALL") screen
When the call ends...
Hang up the phone.
The system resumes playing automatically.
⁄
• To use the TEL Mute feature, you need to hook up
the MUTE wire to your telephone using a commercial
telephone accessory. Refer to <INSTALLATION MANUAL>.
• Playback of the source output at the AV OUTPUT port
may not be paused even a call comes in.
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Screen Control
Setting the monitor screen.
Screen Control
1 Display the Easy Control Screen
See <How to Display the Easy Control Screen>
(page 17).
2 Display the Screen Control screen
"NAV-SYNC": Turning the Dimmer function
On or Off according to the
Navigation Day/Night display
setting.
[Mode] Selects a screen mode.
You can select any of the following screen
mode.
"Full", "Just", "Zoom", "Normal"
⁄
• The Screen Control screen is displayed only when you
have applied the parking brake.
• The picture quality can be set for each source.
• You can set image quality of screens such as menu from
<Screen Adjustment> (page 67).
3 Adjust the picture quality
Full picture mode ("Full")
Justify picture mode ("Just")
[Bright] Brightness Control
[Tint] Tint Control
Displayed for an NTSC system image on Video,
iPod, TV or Rear View Camera.
[Color] Color Control
Displayed on Video, iPod, TV or Rear View
Camera screen only.
[Contrast] Contrast Control
[Black] Black Level Adjustment
[Sharpness] Sharpness control
Displayed on Video, iPod, USB or Rear View
Camera screen only.
[Dimmer] Dimmer Mode Setup
"ON": The display dims.
"OFF": The display doesn’t dim.
"SYNC": Turning the Dimmer function On or
Off when the vehicle light control
switch is turned On or Off.
Zoom picture mode ("Zoom")
Normal picture mode ("Normal")
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Hands Free Unit Control
Various functions can be used in the Hands Free control mode.
(DDX6 models: with the optional accessory Bluetooth unit connected only)
• You need to register your cell-phone to your Bluetooth Unit beforehand. Make sure to read the instruction manual of the
Bluetooth Unit as well.
• To use the Phonebook, it must have been downloaded from the cell-phone. For more details, see the instruction manual of
your Bluetooth Unit and your cell-phone.
Before Use
• You need to register your cell-phone before using it with
this unit. For more details, see <Registering Bluetooth
device> (page 67).
• If you have registered two or more cell-phones, you need
to select one of them. For more details, see <Bluetooth
Unit Connection> (page 69).
• To use the Phone Book, it must be downloaded to this
unit in advance. For details, see <Downloading the
Phonebook> (page 44).
day to download the phone book depending on the
total image size.
• To cancel downloading of the phonebook data, operate
the cell-phone.
Receiving a Call
Downloading the Phonebook
Downloads the phonebook data from the
cell-phone to this unit so that you can use the
Phonebook of this unit.
1 By operating the cell-phone, send the
phonebook data to this unit
2 By operating the cell-phone, start the
hands-free connection
[
[
] Answering a Phone Call
] Rejecting an Incoming Call
During a Call
⁄
• For the cell-phones which support auto-download of
phonebook:
If the phonebook is not downloaded automatically for
some reasons, follow the procedure above to download
manually.
• For how to operate the cell-phone, refer to the
Instruction Manual that comes with your cell-phone.
• Up to 1000 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: Number of alphabetic alphabetical characters.
Fewer characters can be input depending on the type of
characters.)
• Depending on the type of your cell-phone, the following
restrictions are placed:
- The phonebook data cannot be downloaded normally.
- Characters in the Phonebook are garbled.
- The phonebook data cannot be downloaded normally
if it contains images. It may take several hours to a full
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[
] Switches the voice output between
phone and speaker.
[DTMF] Outputs dial tone. See <Controlling
Tone-based Services> (page 48).
[
] Disconnecting a call
Adjusting the Voice Volume during a Call
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Call Waiting
[
[
] • Answering another incoming call with
the current call suspended
• Switching between the current call and
waiting call
Each touch of this button switches the
calling party.
] • Answering another incoming call after
terminating the current call
• Answering the waiting call after
terminating the current call
Making a Call
Displaying the control screen and using various
functions.
1 Display the Hands-Free Control screen
TEL
2 Select a dialing method
1
[Preset1-3] Displays the preset phone number.
For information on how to preset a phone
number, see <Phone Number Preset> (page
51).
[
Phonebook] Displays the Search
for Phonebook screen. See <Calling by
Phonebook> (page 46).
Outgoing Calls] Displays the Outgoing
[
Calls screen. See <Making a Call Using Call
Records> (page 46).
[
Incoming Calls] Displays the Incoming
Calls screen. See <Making a Call Using Call
Records> (page 46).
[
Missed Calls] Displays the Missed
Calls screen. See <Making a Call Using Call
Records> (page 46).
[Direct Number] Displays the Dialing Display
screen. See <Calling by Entering a Phone
Number> (page 46).
[Voice] Starts voice recognition.
See <Calling by Voice Recognition> (page 47).
[BT SETUP] Displays the Bluetooth SETUP
screen. (page 67)
[TEL SETUP] Displays the Hands Free Setup
screen. (page 48)
⁄
• While your car is moving, some functions are disabled for
safety’s sake. The buttons associated with the disabled
functions become ineffective if pressed.
• When the Hands-Free Control screen appears, the name
of the connected cell-phone is displayed for 5 seconds.
• * Since the number of steps of the control unit is different
from that of the cell-phone, the statuses displayed on
the control unit may discord from those displayed on
the cell-phone. No status is displayed if information
about it cannot be obtained.
• Setting the cell-phone in the private mode can disable
the hands-free function.
1 Calls the displayed phone number. If you
have registered a phone number in the
Phonebook, the destination person name is
displayed.
[
] Calls the displayed phone number.
[Redial] Displays the previously called phone
number.
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Hands Free Unit Control
Calling by Phonebook
Calling by Entering a Phone Number
You can call a person using his/her phone
number that you have registered in the
Phonebook.
Makes a call by entering a phone number.
1 Display the Hands-Free Control screen
See <Making a call> (page 45).
1 Display the Hands-Free Control screen
See <Making a call> (page 45).
2 Display the number input screen
2 Display the Phonebook screen
3 Enter a phone number
3 Select the name to call
1
2
1
1 Calls the entered phone number.
[Clear] Clears the number.
1 Phonebook data list.
2 Displays the Phonebook beginning with the
name whose first character you have touched.
[ ] When
is appeared, the text display is
scrolled by touching it.
4 Select the phone number to call
4 Make a call
You can start talking when the destination
responds.
⁄
• You can input up to 32 digits.
Making a Call Using Call Records
Calls by selecting a phone number from the
outgoing, incoming, or missed calls list.
1 Display the Hands-Free Control screen
5 Make a call
See <Making a call> (page 45).
2 Display the Outgoing Calls, Incoming Calls,
or Missed Calls screen
⁄
• To use the Phonebook, it must have been downloaded
from the cell-phone. For more details, see the instruction
manual of your Bluetooth Unit and your cell-phone.
• Initials including no corresponding name will not be
displayed.
• During search, a non-accent character such as "u" is
searched for instead of an accent character such as "ü".
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3 Select from calls list
Example : Outgoing Calls screen
When a beep is heard, utter the category within
2 seconds.
If there are more than one phone numbers
registered under the same name, go to step 4.
4 Select a Phone number category
Calls the selected phone number.
4 Make a call
⁄
• The Outgoing Calls list screen, Incoming Calls list,
or Missed Calls list screen shows the list of the calls
originated from or received at this unit. They are not the
ones stored in the cell-phone memory.
Selects the Phone number category.
Calling by Voice Recognition
5 Make a call
Calls by recognizing the registered voice.
⁄
• In order to perform voice recognition, voice must
be registered in the Phonebook data. See <Voice
Registration> (page 49). Or, to perform voice recognition
by Phone number category (Home, Office, Mobile etc.)
of Phonebook data, a key word voice must be registered.
See <Key Word Voice Registration> (page 50).
⁄
• A message is displayed if the voice is not recognized.
Read the message for the further operation.
1 Display the Hands-Free Control screen
See <Making a call> (page 45).
2 Display the Voice Recognition screen
3 Utter the voice registered in the
Phonebook
When a beep is heard, utter the name within 2
seconds.
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Hands Free Unit Control
Controlling Tone-based Services
Setting Up the Hands-Free Phone
Uses tone base service using DTMF (Dual Tone
Multi Frequency).
The Hands-Free system can be set as follows.
1 Display the Talking screen
See <Calling by Entering a Phone Number>
(page 46).
1 Display the Hands-Free Control screen
See <Making a call> (page 45).
2 Display the Hands Free Setup screen
2 Display the DTMF input screen
3 Set each item
3 You can send tones during a call
[Auto Response] Sets an automatic response
time after call termination. ( "OFF")
"OFF": This function can not use.
"0-99": Sets to calling ring time (second).
[Phone Voice] Sets a ringing tone output
position. ( "Front All")
"Front L": Outputs the tone from the front lefthand side speaker.
"Front R": Outputs the tone from the front
right-hand side speaker.
"Front All": Outputs the tone from the both
front speakers.
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[Call Beep] Sets the beep of the incoming call.
( "ON")
"ON": Beep is heard.
"OFF": Beep is canceled.
[SMS Receive Beep] Sets the beep of the
incoming SMS. ( "ON")
"ON": Beep is heard.
"OFF": Beep is canceled.
[Phone Information Use] Sets whether to
use cell-phone phonebook, outgoing calls list,
incoming calls list and missed calls list.
( "ON")
"ON": Yes.
"OFF": No.
[SMS Use] Sets the SMS function. ( "ON")
"ON": Use SMS function.
"OFF": SMS not available.
[Key Word] Registers the voice to select phone
number category with voice recognition.
See <Key Word Voice Registration> (page 50).
[Use Phone Voice Recognition] Sets whether
to dial using the phone voice recognition
function. ( "ON")
[Echo Cancel] Sets whether to cancel echo.
( "ON")
[Microphone Level] Adjusts the sensitivity of
the built-in microphone for a telephone call.
( "6")
[Noise Reduction] Reduces the noises
generated by the surrounding environment
without changing the microphone volume.
( "ON")
[Restore] Restores the [Echo Cancel],
[Microphone Level], or [Noise Reduction] value
to the initial value.
⁄
Voice Registration
Registers voice for voice recognition in
Phonebook. Up to 35 voices can be recorded in
one cell-phone.
1 Display the Phonebook Detail screen
Go through the procedure of <Calling by
Phonebook> (page 46).
2 Select the name to register
1
1 Selects a name.
[Record] Registers the voice for voice
recognition to the selected Phonebook. If
there are already 35 voice tag registered
in the same cell-phone, [Record] button is
deactivated.
[Play] Plays the voice registered in the selected
Phonebook data.
[Delete] Deletes the voice registered in the
selected Phonebook data.
Touch to display the confirmation screen.
Touch [Yes] to delete or [No] to cancel.
3 Display the voice registration screen
4 Utter the voice to register (1st try)
• 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.
• Select the speaker which is further from the microphone
in order to prevent howling or echoes.
Utter within 2 seconds after the Beep.
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Hands Free Unit Control
5 Utter the voice to register (2nd try)
Utter within 2 seconds after the Beep.
6 End voice registration
[Record] Registers voice for the selected
Phone number category.
[Play] Plays voice registered for the selected
Phone number category.
[Delete] Deletes voice registered for the
selected Phone number category. Touch to
display the confirmation screen. Touch [Yes] to
delete or [No] to cancel.
4 Display voice registration screen
⁄
• A message is displayed if the voice is not recognized.
Read the message for the further operation.
• Repeat from 1st try if the voice is different from the 1st
try.
5 Utter the voice to register (1st try)
Key Word Voice Registration
Registers the voice to select the Phone number
category by Voice Recognition.
1 Display the Hands Free Setup screen
See <Setting Up the Hands-Free Phone> (page
48).
2 Display the Key Word List screen
3 Select the Phone number category to
register
1
Utter within 2 seconds after the Beep.
6 Utter the voice to register (2nd try)
Utter within 2 seconds after the Beep.
7 End voice registration
⁄
• A message is displayed if the voice is not recognized.
Read the message for the further operation.
• Repeat from 1st try if the voice is different from the 1st
try.
1 Selects the Phone number category.
"REC" turns on for data with voice for voice
recognition already registered.
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Phone Number Preset
Registers frequently used phone number to
Hands Free control screen preset button.
4 Search phone number to register with each
function
5 Register phone number
1 Display the Hands-Free Control screen
See <Making a call> (page 45).
2 Select the Preset number to register
SMS (Short Message Service)
1 sec.
⁄
• If no Preset number is registered, pressing this button
momentarily moves to the step 3.
Uses SMS function.
1 Display the Hands-Free Control screen
See <Making a call> (page 45).
2 Display the SMS Select screen
3 Select the search destination of the number
to register
3 Select a function
[
] Registers from Phonebook.
[
] Registers from outgoing calls list.
[
] Registers from incoming calls list.
] Registers from missed calls list.
[
[Direct Number] Registers by entering phone
numbers.
[Voice] Registers voice for voice recognition to
preset number.
[Memory] Registers the currently displayed
phone number.
[Delete] Deletes the currently displayed phone
number. Touch to display the confirmation
screen. Touch [Yes] to delete or [No] to cancel.
[
[
[
[
] Displays the SMS create menu screen.
] Displays received message list.
] Displays sent message list.
] Displays the SMS create menu screen.
The button will be active when any message
has been created after power-on.
[Download] Retrieves SMS messages from the
cell-phone.
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Hands Free Unit Control
4 Select a message to display
3 Create a message
1
1
1 Calls the number in the selected message.
[DISP] Displays the selected message.
SMS Message screen
Creates a new message for the selected
message.
Create a message
1 Input the destination
1 Enters characters.
[2], [3] Moves the cursor.
[5], [∞] Scrolls up or down the character
button display.
[QWE]/ [ABC] Sets the key layout of the
character buttons.
ABC : Alphabetical key layout.
QWE : Qwerty key layout.
[Clear] Erases the entered character.
If touched more than 1 second, all the input
characters are erased.
[Space] Enters a space.
[SET] Determines the message and returns to
the SMS Create Menu screen.
4 Send the message.
[
] Select a destination from the
phonebook.
[Direct Number] Enter the phone number.
[SET] Display the Create SMS Message screen.
[Send] Sends the message.
[Delete] Deletes the Draft message.
Touching the screen displays a confirmation
message. Touch [Yes]. To cancel clearing, touch
[No].
2 Display the Create SMS Message screen
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Audio Control
Audio Control Menu
Audio Control
Displays the Audio Control menu to set the sound
effect function of this unit.
You can adjust the front/rear and right/left audio
balance.
1 Display the Source Select Screen
1 Display the Audio Control screen
Touch [
SRC
]>[
] > [Audio Control]. (page 53)
2 Set each item
1
2 Display the Audio Control menu
DDX6 models
In this manual, the above selection is indicated
as:
Touch [ ] > [
].
3 Select the Audio Control item
1 Adjusts the front/back and left/right volume
around the touched area.
[2], [3] Adjusts the right and left volume
balance.
[5], [∞] Adjusts the front and rear volume
balance.
[VOL.Offset] Finely adjust the volume of the
current source to minimize the difference in
volume between different sources.
⁄
• If you have increased the volume first, then reduced
the volume using the "VOL. Offset", the sound
generated if you suddenly switch to another source
may be extremely loud.
Item
[Audio Control]
[Equalizer]
[Tone]
[EQ]
[Zone Control]
[Space Enhancer]
[Position]
Page
53
54
55
54
55
56
56
[Subwoofer Level] Adjusts the subwoofer
volume.
[Loudness] Turns the Loudness control
function On or Off. (DDX6 models only)
If turned "ON", high and low tones are
automatically enhanced during low volume.
Settable only when zone function is set to Off.
See <Zone Control> (page 55).
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Audio Control
[Bass Boost] Sets the amount of bass boost.
(DNX/ DDX7 models only)
"OFF"/ "Step1"/ "Step2"
[Stream Information] Displays the present
source information.
The stream (Dolby Digital, dts, Linear PCM,
MPEG, MP3, WMA or AAC) is displayed.
[SystemQ-Ex] Selects items to be adjusted for
tone curve setup. (DDX6 models only)
If turned "OFF", only Level can be setup for
tone curves.
[EQ] Displays the Graphic Equalizer setup
screen. (page 54) (DNX/ DDX7 models only)
[Tone] Displays the Tone curve setup screen.
(page 55) (DDX6 models only)
Equalizer Control
You can set up the equalizer.
1 Display the Equalizer screen
Touch [
]>[
] > [Equalizer]. (page 53)
2 Set each item
DNX/ DDX7 models
Graphic Equalizer Setup (DNX/ DDX7
models)
You can Manually set the equalizer curve.
1 Display the Equalizer screen
Touch [
]>[
] > [Equalizer]. (page 53)
2 Display the Graphic Equalizer screen
⁄
• When "iPod" is selected in <Equalizer Control>, the
[EQ] button is deactivated. "iPod" uses its equalizer
function.
DDX6 models
3 Set the Graphic Equalizer
1
[SystemQ] Selects an equalizer curve type.
You can select any of the following equalizer
curves.
"Natural"/ "Rock"/ "Pops"/ "Easy"/ "Top40"/
"Jazz"/ "Game"*/ "iPod"*/ "User"
⁄
• * DNX/ DDX7 models only.
• "User" can be selected after graphic equalizer
adjustment is carried out. See <Graphic Equalizer
Setup> (page 54).
• "User" can be selected after tone adjustment is
carried out. See <Tone Setup> (page 55).
• When "iPod" is selected, the [EQ] button is
deactivated. "iPod" uses its equalizer function.
54
1 Gain level can be adjusted by touching the
each frequency bar.
[2], [3] Sets a frequency.
[5], [∞] Sets a gain level.
[EQ Init] Returns to the previous level which
the gain level is adjusted.
[Flat] Tone curve becomes flat.
[Bass EXT] Bass Extend settings.
If turned "ON", it extends the 62.5 Hz to the
low register by approximately 20%.
[SW Level] Adjusts the subwoofer volume.
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Tone Setup (DDX6 models)
Zone Control
You can set a Tone curve.
You can set the front and rear audio source.
1 Display the Equalizer screen
1 Display the Zone Control screen
Touch [
]>[
] > [Equalizer]. (page 53)
2 Display the Tone Control screen
Touch [
]>[
] > [Zone Control]. (page 53)
2 Set the Zone Control
3 Set the Tone
[Bass] Bass adjustment items are displayed.
[Middle] Middle adjustment items are
displayed.
[Treble] Treble adjustment items are displayed.
[Flat] Tone level becomes 0 (flat).
[FREQ] Sets the Center frequency.
[Level] Sets the level.
[Q Factor] Sets the Q factor. (Only [Bass] and
[Middle] can be set)
[Bass DC EXT] Bass DC Extend settings. (Only
[Bass] can be set)
If turned "ON", it extends the bass center
frequency to the low register by approximately
20%.
[SW Level] Adjusts the subwoofer volume.
[Single Zone] Turns off the dual zone.
[Front Source] Sets the front audio source.
[Rear Source] Sets the rear audio source.
⁄
• 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.
[Rear VOL.] Adjusts the volume of the rear
channel.
⁄
• There are following limitations when zone function is set
to "ON".
- There is no output from the subwoofer.
- <Equalizer Control> (page 54), <Space Enhancer> (page
56), <Position> (page 56), <DSP Bypass Control> (page
71), <Speaker Setup> (page 72), and <Car Type (DTA)
Setup> (page 73) are not available.
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Audio Control
Space Enhancer (DNX/ DDX7 models)
Position (DNX/ DDX7 models)
You can enhance the soundscape.
You can adjust the sound effects according to
your listening position.
1 Display the Space Enhancer screen
Touch [
53)
]>[
] > [Space Enhancer]. (page
1 Display the Position screen
Touch [
2 Set the Space Enhancer
]>[
] > [Position]. (page 53)
2 Set the Position Control
1
1 Sets the soundscape level.
⁄
• You cannot set Space Enhancer in tuner source.
[P1] - [P3] Stores the present adjustment setup
in memory, or calls it from memory.
To store your adjustment in memory:
Continue to touch [P1] to [P3] more than 2
seconds.
To call your adjustment from memory:
Touch [P1] to [P3] of your adjustment you
wish to call from memory.
[2], [3] Sets a listening position.
You can select any of "Front R" (Right front),
"Front L" (Left front), "Front All" (All front), and
"All" (All) positions.
[DTA] Displays the Position DTA (Digital Time
Alignment) screen.
3 Exit Position Control
⁄
• The final distance is adjusted to the total of Car Type Set
Up value (page 73) and Position Setup (both Position and
Position DTA) value.
• If you change the Car Type Set Up value (page 73), the
position is set to "All".
• Only the adjusted distance of position setup (Position
and Position DTA values) is stored in memory. Therefore,
the final adjustment distance changes if you change the
Car Type Set Up value (page 73).
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Position DTA Control
You can fine-adjust your listening position.
1 Display the Position DTA screen
2 Select a speaker you wish to adjust
1
2
3
4
5
1 Left front speaker
2 Right front speaker
3 Left rear speaker
4 Right rear speaker
5 Subwoofer
[2], [3] Finely adjusts the value set with the
Position function.
[Total DTA] Indicates setup distance. The
adjusted distance (Position and Position
DTA values), and the total of the distance
adjusted by Car Type Set Up (page 73) and
the adjustment distance for position setup are
indicated.
3 Finely adjust the distance
Finely adjust the value set with the Position
function.
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Setup Menu
You can set up various receiver parameters.
How to Display SETUP Menu Screen
Displays the Setup menu to set various functions.
1 Display the Source Select Screen
SRC
2 Display the Setup Menu Screen
In this manual, the above selection is indicated
as:
Touch [ ] > [
].
3 Select the setup item
Item
[Information]
[DivX(R)]
[Software]
[System]
[User Interface]
[Touch]
[Clock]
[Security]
[Angle]
[EXT SW]
[SETUP Memory]
[Display]
[Background]
[Color]
[Screen Adjust]
[Bluetooth SETUP]
[TUNER SETUP]
[DVD SETUP]
[iPod SETUP]
[USB SETUP]
[SD SETUP]
[TV SETUP]
[AV-IN SETUP]
[Navigation]
[Audio SETUP]
[Speaker Select]
[Car Type]
[AV Interface]
Page
59
59
60
61
61
62
63
63
64
65
66
67
67
78
74
77
77
77
78
70
71
71
72
73
70
[5], [∞] Scrolls the setup menu.
⁄
• [AV-IN SETUP], [Navigation] and [Audio SETUP] options
can be locked. The key mark ( ) is displayed in reverse
video for the locked option. See <Setup Memory> (page
64).
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DivX Setup
Software Information
Checks the registration code. This code is needed
when making a disc which has DRM (Digital
Rights Management).
Checks the software version of this unit.
1 Display the DivX Setup screen
1 Display the Software Information screen
] > [Information] >
Touch [ ] > [
[Software]. (page 58)
Touch [ ] > [
] > [Information] >
[DivX(R)]. (page 58)
Displays the software version.
Displays the registration code.
⁄
• When downloading a DivX VOD file controlled by DRM,
register the code appeared on the screen such as the
one above. 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.
⁄
• For how to update the software, refer to the relevant
update procedure manual which comes with the
software.
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Setup Menu
User Interface
Language Setting
You can setup user interface parameters.
You can select the display language for the
control screen and audio file tags.
1 Display the User Interface screen
] > [System] > [User
Touch [ ] > [
Interface]. (page 58)
2 Set each item
1 Display the User Interface screen
Touch [ ] > [
] > [System] > [User
Interface]. (page 58)
2 Display the Language Setting screen
3 Select a language
[Beep] Turns the key touch tone On or Off.
( "ON")
[Remote Sensor] Selects a remote control
signal. ( "ON")
When turned "OFF", the remote control of TV
reception is rejected.
[Language] Select the language used for the
control screen and setting items. (page 60)
[Scroll] Allows scrolling of text display on the
Source Control screen. ( "Manual")
"Auto": Scrolls the screen automatically.
"Manual": Allows you to scroll the screen
manually.
[Marker] Sets whether to display the target
when touching the panel.
[Drawer Close] Sets whether to close the
function bar automatically. ( "Auto")
[AUD Key Longer than 1 Second] Sets the
function of the [AUD] button. (page 10)
"V.OFF" : Press the [AUD] button for more than
1 second to turn the display off.
"R-CAM" : Press the [AUD] button for more
than 1 second to switch to rear view.
60
[Select Mode] Selects the mode to select a
language. ( "Easy") (DNX models only)
Touching [Advanced] allows you to select
languages for respective items.
[Language Select] Selects a language.
( "American English")
[Enter] Determines the selected language.
[Cancel] Cancels the selected language.
Advanced mode (DNX models only)
[GUI Language Select] Selects the display
language used for the control screen and so
forth. ( "American English")
[Navigation Language Select] Selects the
language used for navigation.
( "American English")
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Touch Panel Adjustment
Clock Setup
You can adjust the touch panel operations.
You can adjust the clock time.
1 Display the Touch panel Adjustment screen
1 Display the Clock Setup screen
Touch [ ] > [
(page 58)
] > [System] > [Touch].
2 Adjust the Touch panel
Touch [ ] > [
(page 58)
2 Setup the Clock
1
Follow the instruction on the screen and touch
the center of
.
[Cancel] Cancels the adjustment and returns
to the Touch Panel Adjust screen.
[Reset] Resets to the initial status.
] > [System] > [Clock].
2
1 Adjusts hours.
2 Adjusts minutes.
[Reset] Sets "00" minute.
Setup examples: 3:00 – 3:29 \ 3:00
3:30 – 3:59 \ 4:00
[Synchronize] Sets the clock time in
synchronization with the time data sent from
the navigation system or the RDS station.
( DNX models: "Navigation", DDX models:
"RDS")
"OFF"/ "RDS"*1/ "Navigation"
When the synchronized mode is set, the clock
cannot be adjusted manually.
(*1 Region 2/ 3 models only)
3 Adjust the clock time
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Setup Menu
Security Setup
5 Register your security code
You can set a security code to protect your
receiver system against theft.
⁄
6 Reenter the security code
• When the Security Code function is activated, the code
cannot be changed and the function cannot be released.
Note the Security Code can be set as the 4 digit number
of your choice.
1 Display the Security screen
Touch [ ] > [
(page 58)
] > [System] > [Security].
Reenter the same security code as that you have
entered in Step 4 for confirmation.
⁄
• If you enter a different security code, the screen
returns to Step 4 (for the first code entry).
7 Register the security code again
2 Setup the SI (Security Indicator)
Now, your security code is registered.
If you have pressed the Reset button or if you
have disconnected the Receiver from battery...
1 Enter the correct security code
[Security Code Set] Displays the Security code
input screen.
[SI] Turns the SI function on or off.
If turned "ON", the SI indicator on the front
panel flashes when the vehicle ignition is off.
( "ON")
3 Start Security Code setup
You must enter the same security code as that
you have entered in Step 4.
2 Register your security code
⁄
• If you have already completed the code registration,
[CLR] is displayed.
Now, you can use your Receiver.
4 Enter a security Code
Input four-digit number.
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Monitor Angle Control
EXT SW Setup
You can adjust the position of the monitor.
Setting up power specification of the external
device for which the power is controlled from this
unit. (DNX/ DDX7 models only)
1 Display the Angle Setup screen
Touch [ ] > [
(page 58)
] > [System] > [Angle].
2 Set the Monitor Angle
1
1 Display the EXT SW Setup screen
Touch [ ] > [
(page 58)
] > [System] > [EXT SW].
2 Perform EXT SW Setup
1 Sets the Monitor angle.
[Memory] Stores the current monitor angle as
the angle during power off.
[SW Name] Sets the name of the external
device. See <Character Entry> (page 41) for
information on how to enter the name.
[Output Pattern] Sets the power signal output
mode.
( EXT SW1: Pulse, EXT SW2: Level)
"Pulse": Generates a single power signal pulse.
"Level": Continues output of high power signal.
Sets to turn output on/off each time
the button on the EXT SW Control
screen is touched.
[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.
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Setup Menu
Setup Memory
Audio Control, AV-IN SETUP, AV Interface,
Navigation, 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 Display the SETUP Memory screen
Touch [ ] > [
] > [System] > [SETUP
Memory]. (page 58)
4 Memorize or recall the settings
When memorizing the Audio Setup and AV
Interface settings:
If settings have already been memorized, a
confirmation message appears. Touch [Yes]. To
cancel memorization, touch [No].
When recalling the memorized settings:
2 Start Setup Memory
Touching the screen displays a confirmation
message. Touch [Yes]. To cancel recalling, touch
[No].
When clearing the currently memorized
settings:
[Lock] Locks the AV-IN SETUP, Navigation,
and Audio SETUP settings. When [Lock] is
selected, you cannot change the AV-IN SETUP,
Navigation, and Audio SETUP settings.
[Yes] Memorizes or recalls the settings.
The SETUP Menu screen appears again.
[No] To cancel the function, touch [No]. To
cancel memorization, touch [No].
The SETUP Menu screen appears again.
Touching the screen displays a confirmation
message. Touch [Yes]. To cancel clearing, touch
[No].
5 Quit memorization/recalling of settings
3 Select a desired function
[Recall] Recalls the memorized settings.
[Memory] Memorizes the current Audio Setup
and AV Interface settings.
[Clear] Clears the currently memorized
settings.
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Entering Background
6 Load the image
Loads a image for background.
1 Connect the device which has the image
to load
1
2 Display the Background screen
] > [Display] >
Touch [ ] > [
[Background]. (page 58)
3 Display the Background Memory screen
[Change] Selects a image for background.
[Delete] Deletes the background image.
Touching the screen displays a confirmation
message. Touch [Yes]. To cancel clearing, touch
[No].
4 Select a medium
1 Rotates the image.
⁄
• See <About Picture files> (page 8) for readable image
specifications.
• The [Memory] button on the “Background” screen
becomes active only in STANDBY source mode.
• Pressing the [Memory] button on the “Background”
screen switches the AV OUT source to OFF.
For resetting the AV OUT source, refer to <AV Interface
Setup> section.
• While loading the Background image, any other
operation is prohibited.
Background Change
Selects a image for background.
1 Select Background Change screen
2 Select a image for background
1
5 Select the image to load
1
1 Returns to the initial background.
3 Set the image as the background
1 Lists the files.
[ ] When
is appeared, the text display is
scrolled by touching it.
[
ROOT] Moves to the top hierarchy level.
[
UP] Moves up a hierarchy level.
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Setup Menu
Panel Color Coordinate
To register your original color
Sets the screen and button illumination color.
1 Start the RGB coordinate
1 Display the Color screen
Touch [ ] > [
(page 58)
] > [Display] > [Color].
2 Adjust the each color value
2 Display the Panel Color Coordinate screen
1
[Initialize] Initialization resets the settings
made using the Panel Color to the default
settings made at the factory.
[Panel Color Scan] When set to "ON", the
illumination color of the screen and buttons
changes one after another.
1 Selects a preset number to register.
[Red Value] Adjusts the Red value.
[Green Value] Adjusts the Green value.
[Blue Value] Adjusts the Blue value.
3 Select a Preset number to register
⁄
• When touching [SET], make sure [Panel Color Scan]
is set to "OFF".
3 Select a color
1
2 sec.
Adjusted color is registered to the selected
Preset button.
4 Complete the color coordination
1 Sets to the touched color.
[Adjust] Sets and registers favorite color to the
preset buttons ([P1] – [P3]).
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Screen Adjustment
Registering Bluetooth Unit
You can adjust the screen mode of the monitor.
Registers the Bluetooth unit to be connected.
1 Display the Screen Adjust screen
1 Display the Bluetooth Setup screen
Touch [ ] > [
Adjust]. (page 58)
] > [Display] > [Screen
2 Set each item
[Bright] Brightness Control
[Contrast] Contrast Control
[Black] Black Level Adjustment
[Dimmer] Dimmer Mode Setup ( "ON")
"ON": The display dims.
"OFF": The display doesn’t dim.
"SYNC": Turning the Dimmer function On or
Off when the vehicle light control
switch is turned On or Off.
"NAV-SYNC": Turning the Dimmer function
On or Off according to the
Navigation Day/Night display
setting.
⁄
• In this Screen Adjust screen, you can perform setups for
the menu screen. Setups for videos such as DVD can be
performed on the <Screen Control> (page 43).
Touch [ ] > [
(page 58)
] > [Bluetooth SETUP].
2 Display the Connect Device List screen
3 Search for a Bluetooth unit
1
1 Displays the registered Bluetooth units.
The busy service becomes active. The available
service becomes inactive.
[ ] When
is appeared, the text display is
scrolled by touching it.
[Search] Searches for a Bluetooth unit.
[SP DEV] Registers a Bluetooth unit that
cannot be registered by normal register
(paring) operation.
⁄
• A new device cannot be registered if there are 5
registered Bluetooth units. Delete unnecessary
registration. See <Bluetooth Unit Connection> (page
69).
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Setup Menu
4 Select the Bluetooth unit to register
1
Registering Special Bluetooth Unit
Registers Special Bluetooth unit that results in
error by normal operation by selecting from
model name.
1 Display the Special Device List screen
1 Displays the searched Bluetooth unit.
[Search] Searches for a Bluetooth unit.
[Cancel] Cancels searching of Bluetooth unit.
2 Select a model name
5 Enter PIN code
1
Displays the Bluetooth unit name that can be
registered.
3 Confirm whether to register
1 Enters a code number.
[Enter] Enter the PIN code specified for the
Bluetooth unit to register.
This button will not be active until at least four
PIN code digits have been entered.
[Cancel] Cancels registration of PIN code.
[Clear] Clears the code number.
⁄
• You can also register from the Bluetooth unit side. For
the PIN code necessary for registration, see <Registering
Bluetooth Unit PIN Code> (page 69).
• If the error message appears even though the PIN code is
correct, try <Registering Special Bluetooth Unit>.
68
⁄
• Only models in Bluetooth unit name list can be
registered.
4 Go through the procedure of <Registering
Bluetooth Unit> and complete the
registration (pairing).
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Registering Bluetooth Unit PIN Code
Bluetooth Unit Connection
Sets the PIN code of the Bluetooth unit to enter
when registering (pairing) from the cell-phone or
audio player side.
Selects the Bluetooth unit to connect.
1 Display the Bluetooth Setup screen
Touch [ ] > [
(page 58)
] > [Bluetooth SETUP].
1 Display the Bluetooth Setup screen
Touch [ ] > [
(page 58)
] > [Bluetooth SETUP].
2 Display the Connect Device List screen
2 Display the Receiver PIN Code screen
3 Select a registered Bluetooth unit
3 Enter PIN code
1
4 Select the service to use
1 Enters a code number.
[Cancel] Cancels registration of PIN code.
[Enter] Enters PIN code.
[Clear] Clears the code number.
[TEL (HFP)] Connects/disconnects cell-phone
to use for Hands Free.
[Audio (A2DP)] Connects/disconnects Audio
player to use for Bluetooth Audio.
[Remove] Deletes registration (pairing).
Touching the screen displays a confirmation
message. Touch [Yes]. To cancel clearing, touch
[No].
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Setup Menu
AV Input Setup
AV Interface Setup
You can set AV input parameters.
You can set audio and visual (AV) interface
parameters.
1 Display the AV-IN Setup screen
Touch [
58)
]>[
] > [AV-IN SETUP]. (page
2 Set each item
[AV-IN Interruption] Sets an image display of
the system that is connected via the AV INPUT
port. ( "OFF")
"OFF": When the image source is switched, an
image entered via the AV INPUT port is
displayed.
"ON": When an image signal is entered via the
AV INPUT port, this image is displayed.
[On Screen AV-IN] Sets an on-screen display
of the AV-IN playback screen. ( "Auto")
"Auto": Information is displayed for 5 seconds
when updated.
"Manual": Information is displayed when you
touch on the screen.
[iPod AV Interface Use] Sets the terminal
which iPod is connected. ( "iPod")
⁄
• This item can be set when in STANDBY source and
also the iPod is unconnected.
[AV-IN1 Name], [AV-IN2 Name] Sets a name
to be displayed when you select a system that
is connected via the AV INPUT port.
( "VIDEO")
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1 Display the AV Interface screen
Touch [
]>[
] > [AV Interface]. (page 58)
2 Set each item
[AV-OUT] Selects an AV source to be output at
the AV OUTPUT port. ( "AV-IN")
[R-CAM Interrupt] Sets a method to switch to
the rear view camera video display.
( "OFF")
"ON": Switches to the rear view camera video
display when engaging the shift knob of
car to "Reverse".
"OFF": Switches to the rear view camera video
display when engaging the shift knob
of car to "Reverse" and then pressing
the [AUD] button for more than 1
second.
The function of the [AUD] button needs
to be set to "R-CAM" beforehand. See
<User Interface> (page 60).
[R-CAM Mirror] You can flip the left and right
of the rear view camera video display. Set to
"ON" and the rear view will be displayed left
and right in mirror image on the screen.
( "OFF")
⁄
• When in DVD source, "AV-OUT" cannot be set to USB or
SD. When in USB source, "AV-OUT" cannot be set to DVD
or SD. When in SD source, "AV-OUT" cannot be set to DVD
or USB.
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Navigation Setup
You can set Navigation parameters.
1 Display the Navigation Setup screen
Touch [
]>[
] > [Navigation]. (page 58)
[On Screen Navigation] Sets an on-screen
display of the navigation screen. ( "OFF")
(DDX models only)
"Auto": Information is displayed for 5 seconds
when updated.
"OFF": Information is not displayed.
2 Set each item
DSP Bypass Control (DNX/DDX7 models)
Temporarily bypassing DSP (Digital Signal
Processor) System.
1 Display the Audio SETUP screen
Touch [
58)
]>[
] > [Audio SETUP]. (page
2 Set the DSP Select
[NAV Interrupt Speaker] Selects speakers
used for voice guidance of the navigation
system.
( "Front All")
"Front L": Uses the front left side speaker for
voice guidance.
"Front R": Uses the front right side speaker for
voice guidance.
"Front All": Uses both front speakers for voice
guidance.
[NAV Voice Volume] Adjusts the volume for
voice guidance of the navigation system.
( DNX models: "25", DDX models: "21")
[Line Mute] Mutes the volume during voice
guidance of the navigation system.
( "ON")
When turned "ON", the volume level drops for
voice guidance.
[Navigation Input] Selects a navigation
system connection. ( "RGB") (DDX models
only)
"RGB": Allows the Kenwood’s Navigation
System to connect via its interface
cable.
"AV-IN": Allows a third-party navigation system
to connect via the AV INPUT1 port.
"OFF": Must be used if no navigation system
is connected. (The navigation display
is cancelled when the AV source is
switched.)
[Bypass] There is no effect by DSP.
[Through] There is an effect by DSP.
⁄
• When the mode is set to [Bypass], DSP System cannot
be adjusted.
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Setup Menu
Speaker Setup
3 Select a speaker type
You can select a speaker type and its size to get
the best sound effects.
1 Display the Speaker Select screen
Touch [ ] > [
] > [Audio SETUP] >
[Speaker Select]. (page 58)
2 Select a speaker you wish to adjust
When the speaker type and size are set, the
speaker crossover network and equalizer curve
are set automatically.
DNX/ DDX7 models
1
2
3
DDX6 models
You can select any of the following speaker
types.
DNX/ DDX7 models
"Front" OEM, 10 cm, 13 cm, 16 cm, 17 cm, 18
cm, 4x6, 5x7, 6x8, 6x9, 7x10
"Rear" NONE, OEM, 10 cm, 13 cm, 16 cm, 17
cm, 18 cm, 4x6, 5x7, 6x8, 6x9, 7x10
"Subwoofer" NONE, 16 cm, 20 cm, 25 cm, 30
cm, 38 cm over
DDX6 models
Standard, Narrow, Middle, Wide
⁄
• Select "NONE" if you have no speakers.
1
2
Crossover Network Setup
You can set a crossover frequency of speakers.
1 Select the speaker to set the crossover
3
1
1 Front speaker
2 Rear speaker
3 Subwoofer
[Subwoofer] Sets the availability of
subwoofers. (DDX6 models only)
[Tweeter] You can set the tweeter when you
are selecting front speakers. (DNX/DDX7
models only)
If you are using a tweeter together with the
front speakers, set the tweeter to "ON". In the
"ON" position, the Equalizer is adjusted to its
best position.
[X'over] Displays the Speaker Crossover Setup
screen.
You can adjust the crossover setup that was
set automatically when you selected the
speaker type.
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2
3
1 Sets the High Pass Filter of the front speaker.
2 Sets the High Pass Filter of the rear speaker.
3 Sets the Low Pass Filter of the sub woofer.
2 Display the Crossover setup screen
3 Set the crossover
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[Phase] Sets the phase of subwoofer output.
The phase is reversed 180 degrees when set
to "Reverse".
Sets the sub woofer phase. (Only when
"Subwoofer" is set to "ON" in Audio Setup)
(DDX6 models: Only when "Subwoofer" is set
to "ON" in Audio Setup and "LPF FREQ" is set
to other than "Through")
[HPF FREQ] High Pass Filter adjustment.
(When front speaker 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. (DNX/DDX7
models only)
Car Type (DTA) Setup (DNX/DDX7 models)
You can setup the car type and speaker network,
etc.
1 Display the Car Type Setup screen
Touch [ ] > [
Type]. (page 58)
] > [Audio SETUP] > [Car
2 Setup the Car Type
Speaker Location setup
1 Display the Speaker Location Setup screen
2 Set the speaker locations
[Front Speaker] Sets the location of the front
speaker.
"Door", "On Dash", "Under Dash"
[Rear Speaker] Sets the location of the rear
speaker.
"Door", "Rear Deck"
"2nd Row", "3rd Row" (Minivan, Minivan (Long))
Car Type Adjust
You can manually set the sound output timing of
each channel.
1 Display the Car Type Adjust screen
If your car type is selected, the Digital Time
Alignment and Equalizer is set automatically (for
timing adjustment of sound output for each
channel) to have the highest surround effects.
1
2 Select a speaker you wish to adjust
1
2
3
1 Sets up the car type you use together with
this unit.
You can choose according to type of your car.
"OFF", "Compact", "Full Size Car", "Wagon",
"Minivan", "SUV", "Minivan (Long)"
[Location] Sets the locations of the speakers.
[Adjust] Displays the Car Type Adjust screen.
You can adjust the digital time alignment that
was set automatically when you selected the
car type.
1 Front speaker
2 Rear speaker
3 Subwoofer
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Setup Menu
3 Set a delay time
DVD Setup
You can set up the DVD play.
1 Display the DVD Setup screen
Touch [
]>[
] > [DVD SETUP]. (page 58)
2 Set each item
Make fine adjustment of the delay time of the
speaker output specified at <Setup the Car
Type> to have a more suitable environment for
your vehicle.
The settings of the delay time are automatically
identified and compensated by specifying the
distances of each speaker from the center of the
vehicle interior.
1 Set the front and rear positions and the height
of the reference point to the position of the
ears of the person sitting in the front seat, and
set the right and left positions to the center of
the vehicle interior.
2 Measure the distances from the reference
point to the speakers.
3 Calculate the distance difference in
accordance with the farthest speaker.
+100cm
50cm
80cm
150cm
+0cm
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+70cm
[Menu Language] Selects a disc menu
language.*1
(See <DVD Language Setup>, page 75)
[Subtitle Language] Selects a subtitle
language.*1
(See <DVD Language Setup>, page 75)
[Audio Language] Selects an audio
language.*1
(See <DVD Language Setup>, page 75)
[Dynamic Range Control] Sets the dynamic
range.*1 ( "Dialog")
The dynamic range is reduced by changing
from "Wide" to "Normal" and from "Normal"
to "Dialog". "Dialog" makes the total sound
volume becomes larger as compared with
"Wide" and "Normal", allowing you to listen to
the movie's dialog more clearly.
This is effective only when you are using a
Dolby Digital software.
The operation is available during the play stop
mode.
[Angle Mark] Sets an angle mark display.
( "ON")
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[Screen Ratio] Selects the screen display
mode.*1 ( "16:9")
"16:9": 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] Displays the Parental Lock
screen.*1 ( "OFF")
(See <DVD Parental Level Setup>, page 75)
[Disc SETUP] Makes the settings related to the
disc media. (See <Disc Setup>, page 76)
[Output] Keep "Auto" to use.*1
⁄
• * Disabled when a DVD is being played.
[Original] Sets the DVD's original language
(only when setting an audio language).
[Clear] Clears the language code.
4 Set the language you use
DVD Parental Level Setup
Sets a parental level.
1 Display the DVD Setup screen
]>[
Touch [
] > [DVD SETUP]. (page 58)
2 Display the Parental Level code number
screen
DVD Language Setup
Selects a language you use for the speech and
menus.
1 Display the DVD Setup screen
Touch [
]>[
] > [DVD SETUP]. (page 58)
2 Select the language item to set
3 Enter the code number
1
3 Enter a language code
See <DVD Language Codes> (page 87) and
select the desired language.
1
1 Enters a language code.
[Cancel] Cancels the language setup and
returns to the "DVD SETUP" screen.
[Enter] Sets the language and returns to the
"DVD SETUP" screen. (It appears after you have
entered a language code.)
1 Enters a code number.
[Cancel] Cancels the current setup and returns
to the "DVD SETUP" screen.
[Level] Indicates the present parental lock
level.
[Enter] Determines the code number and
displays the Parental Level setup screen.
[Clear] Clears the code number.
⁄
• The number you enter first is set as your code
number.
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Setup Menu
4 Display the Parental Level SETUP screen
Disc Setup
Performs setup when using disc media.
1 Display the DVD Setup screen
5 Select a parental level and complete the
setup
Selects a parental level.
⁄
Touch [
]>[
] > [DVD SETUP]. (page 58)
2 Display the Disc Setup screen
3 Set each item
• 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.
[Picture Display Time] Selects a picture
display time. ( "Long")
The Display of a JPEG picture is changed.
("Short", "Middle", "Long")
[CD Read] Sets a music CD playback. ( "1")
"1": 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 the "1" position.
⁄
• Disabled when a DVD is being played.
• You cannot play an Audio file/VCD disc in the "2"
position. Also, you may not play some music CDs in
the "2" position.
[On Screen DVD] Sets an on-screen display of
the DVD Playback screen. ( "Manual")
"Auto": Information is displayed for 5 seconds
when updated.
"Manual": Information is displayed when you
touch on the screen.
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USB/ SD Setup
iPod Setup
Performs setup when using USB or SD.
Performs setup when using iPod.
1 Display the USB/ SD Setup screen
1 Display the iPod Setup screen
Touch [ ] > [
SETUP]. (page 58)
] > [USB SETUP] or [SD
Touch [
]>[
] > [iPod SETUP]. (page 58)
2 Set each item
2 Set each item
Example : USB Setup screen
[Picture Display Time] Selects a picture
display time. ( "Long")
The Display of a JPEG picture is changed.
("Short", "Middle", "Long")
[On Screen USB]/ [On Screen SD] Sets an
on-screen display of the USB/ SD Playback
screen. ( "Auto")
"Auto": Information is displayed for 5 seconds
when updated.
"Manual": Information is displayed when you
touch on the screen.
[AudioBook Speed] Sets the Audio book
playback speed. ( "Normal")
[Wide Screen] Sets Wide Screen on or off.
( "OFF")
[On Screen iPod] Sets an on-screen display of
the iPod Playback screen. ( "Auto")
"Auto": Information is displayed for 5 seconds
when updated.
"Manual": Information is displayed when you
touch on the screen.
⁄
• "Wide Screen" cannot be set while the iPod is connected.
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Setup Menu
Tuner Setup (Reagion 2/ 3 models)
TV Setup
You can set Tuner related parameters.
The TV signal receiving areas can be set.
1 Display the Tuner Setup screen
1 Displaying TV SETUP screen
Touch [
58)
]>[
] > [TUNER SETUP]. (page
Touch [
]>[
] > [TV SETUP]. (page 58)
2 Set each item
2 Set each item
[NEWS] Sets a news bulletin interrupt time.
( "OFF")
[AF] When station reception is poor,
automatically switches to the station that
is broadcasting the same program over the
same RDS network. ( "ON")
[Regional] Sets whether to switch to the
station only in the specific region using the
“AF” control. ( "ON")
[Auto TP Seek] When traffic information
station reception is poor, automatically
searches for a station that can be received
better. ( "ON")
[Language Select] Selects a display language
for the PTY function.
[Antenna Control SETUP] Allows you to turn
off the RDS function to prevent the motordriven antenna from extending. ( "ON")
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[On Screen TV] Sets an on-screen display of
the TV screen.
( "Auto") (with the optional accessory TV
tuner connected only)
"Auto": Information is displayed for 5 seconds
when updated.
"Manual": Information is displayed when you
touch on the screen.
3 Setting up TV
Example : TV1 Area screen
Sets the present TV1 or TV2 receiving area.
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Remote Controller
This unit can be operated using the Remote Controller supplied with this unit.
¤
• 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.
• Do not place the battery near an open flame or heat source. This may cause the battery to explode.
• 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.
• Place the battery out of reach of children. In the unlikely event that a child swallows the battery, immediately consult a
physician.
2CAUTION
• Do not leave the battery near fire or under direct sunlight. A fire, explosion or excessive heat generation may result.
Battery installation
Remote Controller mode switch
Use two "AAA"/"R03"-size batteries.
Insert the batteries with the + and – poles aligned
properly, following the illustration inside the case.
The functions operated from the remote
controller differ depending on the position of the
mode switch.
[RC-DV330]
[RC-DV340]
DISP
ZOOM
OUT
IN
POSITION
O
MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC
AUDIO RETURN
CANCEL
VOICE
OPEN
VIEW
MAP DIR
O
O
4GHI
DVD SETUP
RETURN
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
ZOOM
AUDU
AM−
D
ZOOM
VOL
AM−
O
Y
2 ZONE
2ABC 3 DEF
1
TVU
U
NAVI
MENU
ENTER
5JKL 6MNO
AUDU
DVDU
T VU
FM+
• 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.
CLEAR
1
+
T VU
OPEN
VOL
1
1
4 GHI
D
O
Y
2ABC 3 DEF
2 ZONE
5JKL 6MNO
R.VOL
R.VOL
7PQRS 8TUV 9WXYZ
⁄
DVDU
O
FM+
O
O
1
DVD U
FNC/PBC
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
TVU
U
V.SEL
MODE
TOP MENU
O
ROUTEM
AV OUT
U
DVD U
NAVI
O
U
O
O
O
AUD
ENTER
DISP
SRC
AUD
O
MENU
O
V.SEL
O
SRC
7PQRS 8TUV 9WXYZ
ATT
CLEAR
DIRECT
0
#
BS
0
DIRECT
ATT
AUD mode
Switch to this mode when controlling a selected
source or tuner source, etc.
DVD mode
Switch to this mode when playing DVDs or CDs etc.
with the player integrated in this unit.
TV mode
This is switched when controlling TV.
NAVI mode
This is switched when controlling Navigation unit.
⁄
• The position of the remote control mode switch is
indicated in the title of each mode, e.g., "(AUD mode)".
• When controlling a player that is not integrated in the
unit, select "AUD" mode.
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Remote Controller
ROUTEM
VOICE
AV OUT
OPEN
VIEW
MAP DIR
O
MODE
TOP MENU
MENU
DVD SETUP
RETURN
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
ZOOM
O
Cursor key
Moves the cursor when displaying menu.
ZOOM
OUT
O
O
FM+
2 ZONE
D
O
Y
2ABC 3 DEF
2 ZONE
ATT
O
BS
CLEAR
0
DIRECT
ATT
ENTER
O
O
1
O
Y
2 ZONE
D
ROUTEM
VOICE
AV OUT
OPEN
VIEW
MAP DIR
CANCEL
4 GHI
O
Y
2ABC 3 DEF
2 ZONE
D
O
VOL
ZOOM
O
5JKL 6MNO
ENTER
R.VOL
4 GHI
1
1
5JKL 6MNO
4 GHI
Y
2ABC 3 DEF
1
R.VOL
7PQRS 8TUV 9WXYZ
ROUTEM
CANCEL
VOICE
AV OUT
OPEN
VIEW
MAP DIR
#
BS
ATT
ANGLE
CLEAR
0
DIRECT
ATT
O
ROUTEM
V.SEL
Switches to the navigation screen.
OUT
IN
FNC/PBC
MENU
DVD SETUP
RETURN
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
ZOOM
O
TV•
2 ZONE
5
6
DISP
SRC
V.SEL
MODE
FNC/PBC
TOP MENU
MENU
DVD SETUP
RETURN
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
ZOOM
OPEN
VIEW
MAP DIR
FM+
SUBTITLE
DISP
SRC
MODE
V.SEL
FNC/PBC
TOP MENU
MENU
DVD SETUP
RETURN
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
D
ZOOM
V.SEL
MODE
TOP MENU
•
DVD •
O
2ABC 3 DEF
DISP
SRC
AUD
AV OUT
POSITION
O
O
80
ENTER
1
TV•
•
CANCEL
VOICE
O
MENU
1
NAVI
AUDIO RETURN
ANGLE
DISP
V.SEL
ZOOM
Y
MODE
Switches the screen mode.
Screen mode changes each time you press this key.
MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC
SRC
OPEN
SUBTITLE
DIRECT
0
+
D
TV•
•
AUDIO RETURN
O
CLEAR
2 ZONE
5JKL 6MNO
R.VOL
7PQRS 8TUV 9WXYZ
DVD •
NAVI
O
2 ZONE
FM+
4
O
Y
O
AM−
Function
Switches the function screen.
Rear volume control
Adjusts volume at rear when the Dual Zone
function is ON.
2ABC 3 DEF
OPEN
VOL
FM+
MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC
1
FM+
AUDIO RETURN
O
AM−
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
OPEN
R.VOL
1
T V•
Hands-free communication
When a call comes in, it answers the call.
O
5JKL 6MNO
DVD•
O
VOL
1
4 GHI
FM+
1
2ABC 3 DEF
1
AM−
VOL
ZOOM
ENTER
TV•
•
AUDIO RETURN
MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC
O
D
AM−
AUD•
DVD •
NAVI
O
O
Dual Zone
Switches the Dual Zone function ON and OFF.
O
AUD
•
MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC
POSITION
O
#
IN
R.VOL
7PQRS 8TUV 9WXYZ
DIRECT
0
+
OUT
O
R.VOL
1
O
ZOOM
CLEAR
FM+
ENTER
Enters options.
MENU
Volume attenuator
Press the key once to lower the volume. Press again
to restore the previous volume.
T V•
OPEN
VOL
1
7PQRS 8TUV 9WXYZ
AM−
O
O
Y
DVD•
O
OPEN
O
AM−
2ABC 3 DEF
AUDIO RETURN
O
O
AM−
VOL
ZOOM
ENTER
TV•
•
NAVI
O
O
O
O
1
O
D
•
DVD •
O
ANGLE
FM+
AUD•
AUD
ENTER
MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC
POSITION
O
MAP DIR
IN
O
O
Volume control
Adjusts the volume.
VOL
O
O
FNC/PBC
MENU
VIEW
OPEN
O
•
FM+
VOL
O
O
O
ENTER
•
DVD •
AM−
D
O
POSITION
AUD
FM+
V.SEL
O
IN
T V•
O
OUT
DVD•
O
O
ZOOM
O
DISP
SRC
ENTER
SUBTITLE
O
MENU
CANCEL
ANGLE
DISP
V.SEL
AUD•
AUDIO RETURN
O
Source switching
Switches to the source to be played.
SRC
NAVI
O
MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC
O
[RC-DV340]
O
[RC-DV330]
Display angle
Switches the display angle each time it is pressed.
O
Common operations (AUD mode)
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VCD 1.X, VCD 2.X (PBC OFF)
DVD/VCD (DVD mode)
[RC-DV330]
Track number
Cancel
[RC-DV340]
Track search and file search
Selects the track or file to be played.
VIEW
O
FM+
O
O
O
D
O
1
O
ANGLE
VCD 2.X (PBC ON)
O
MAP DIR
AM−
FM+
D
OPEN
VOL
VOL
ZOOM
AM−
O
Y
2 ZONE
Y
1
2ABC 3 DEF
2ABC 3 DEF
1
1
O
2 ZONE
Play/Pause
Pauses the track.
Press again to resume playing.
Once you have switched to the direct search
feature, specify the search number from the
numeric keypad, and then press [ENTER] key.
ENTER
TOP MENU
MENU
DVD SETUP
RETURN
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
ZOOM
DISP
SRC
V.SEL
ZOOM
POSITION
O
•
DVD •
TV•
Y
1
ENTER
DVD•
2 ZONE
1
4 GHI
1
5JKL 6MNO
7PQRS 8TUV 9WXYZ
CLEAR
TOP MENU
MENU
DVD SETUP
RETURN
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
ZOOM
DISP
AUD•
R.VOL
CLEAR
1
+
DVD•
T V•
0
#
BS
4 GHI
5JKL 6MNO
R.VOL
DIRECT
7PQRS 8TUV 9WXYZ
ATT
CLEAR
0
DIRECT
GHI
ATT
JKL
DVD Top Menu
Returns to the DVD top menu.
O
ROUTEM
OPEN
VIEW
MAP DIR
MODE
CANCEL
V.SEL
FNC/PBC
TOP MENU
MENU
DVD SETUP
RETURN
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
ZOOM
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
FM+
O
DVD Menu
Displays the DVD menu.
Turns the playback control on or off while playing
VCD.
ENTER
ROUTEM
OPEN
VIEW
MAP DIR
DISP
SRC
AUDIO RETURN
CANCEL
VOICE
AV OUT
•
TV•
•
NAVI
O
MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC
MODE
V.SEL
FNC/PBC
TOP MENU
MENU
DVD SETUP
RETURN
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
ZOOM
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
FM+
SUBTITLE
Switches the subtitle language.
NAVI
O
MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC
ROUTEM
VOICE
AV OUT
OPEN
VIEW
DISP
AUDIO RETURN
CANCEL
SRC
V.SEL
FNC/PBC
MENU
DVD SETUP
RETURN
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
ZOOM
VOL
MAP DIR
FM+
D
O
O
MODE
TOP MENU
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
O
* You may not be able to use this function with some discs
or scenes.
DISP
SRC
AUDIO RETURN
VOICE
AV OUT
TV•
•
NAVI
O
O
Title number
Chapter number
Play time
Item number*
Cancel
ENTER
MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC
DVD-VIDEO
Title number
Chapter number
Play time
Cancel
DIRECT
ATT
Pressing this key switches the features that can be
searched directly.
DVD-VR
0
• Specify the number to search in direct search.
2
• Press 1
to fast forward/backward.
Switches the fast forward/backward speed each
time you press this key.
• Press 4
to slow forward/backward.
5
Switches the slow playback speed each time you
press this key.
O
ENTER
Direct search
7PQRS 8TUV 9WXYZ
CLEAR
ATT
O
O
TV•
O
O
•
DVD •
O
O
AUD
ENTER
BS
O
POSITION
#
ABC
IN
O
OUT
R.VOL
DIRECT
0
+
O
V.SEL
ZOOM
1
2 ZONE
5JKL 6MNO
7PQRS 8TUV 9WXYZ
O
SRC
MENU
4 GHI
Y
2ABC 3 DEF
R.VOL
T V•
Stop
Memorizes the last point where the disc stopped.
When pressed again, the last point is deleted.
2ABC 3 DEF
1
AUD•
O
O
O
AUD
ENTER
Numeric keypad
IN
O
OUT
O
MENU
Scene number
Number
Cancel
ZOOM
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Remote Controller
ZOOM
Switches the zoom ratio each time you press this
key.
VIEW
Direct search
R.VOL
7PQRS 8TUV 9WXYZ
CLEAR
1
+
0
#
BS
4 GHI
5JKL 6MNO
R.VOL
DIRECT
7PQRS 8TUV 9WXYZ
ATT
CLEAR
0
DIRECT
ATT
MAP DIR
DISP
ANGLE
FM+
O
O
O
D
O
1
O
VOL
ZOOM
AM−
O
Y
2 ZONE
2ABC 3 DEF
1
SRC
V.SEL
MODE
FNC/PBC
TOP MENU
MENU
DVD SETUP
RETURN
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
ZOOM
Picture Angle
Switches the picture angle each time you press this
key.
ROUTEM
CANCEL
VOICE
AV OUT
OPEN
VIEW
MAP DIR
DISP
SUBTITLE
SRC
ANGLE
O
FM+
O
D
O
O
O
V.SEL
MODE
FNC/PBC
TOP MENU
MENU
DVD SETUP
RETURN
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
ZOOM
VOL
ZOOM
AM−
O
Y
2 ZONE
O
ENTER
O
AUDIO
Switch Voice Language
Switches the voice language each time you press
this key.
O
TV•
•
NAVI
AUDIO RETURN
MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC
ROUTEM
DVD •
CANCEL
VOICE
AV OUT
OPEN
VIEW
MAP DIR
DISP
SRC
V.SEL
Music Disc
Track number
Play time
Cancel
Audio files in DVD/CD disc
Folder number
File number
Cancel
Once you have switched to the direct search
feature, specify the search number from the
[38] key.
numeric keypad, and then press
POSITION
MODE
FNC/PBC
TOP MENU
MENU
DVD SETUP
RETURN
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
ZOOM
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
Pressing this key switches the features that can be
searched directly.
Numeric keypad
1
Y
2 ZONE
2ABC 3 DEF
1
4GHI
1
1
5JKL 6MNO
4 GHI
Y
2ABC 3 DEF
Music Disc/Audio file/Video file/ Picture
file (AUD mode)
[RC-DV330]
CLEAR
1
+
R.VOL
R.VOL
7PQRS 8TUV 9WXYZ
2 ZONE
5JKL 6MNO
7PQRS 8TUV 9WXYZ
DIRECT
0
#
BS
ATT
CLEAR
0
DIRECT
ATT
• Specify the number to search in direct search.
[RC-DV340]
Folder search
Selects the folder to be played.
ANGLE
O
O
O
D
O
1
VOL
ZOOM
AM−
FM+
D
Y
OPEN
VOL
AM−
O
Y
2 ZONE
2ABC 3 DEF
1
O
O
FM+
O
1
O
2ABC 3 DEF
1
2 ZONE
Track search and file search
Selects the track or file to be played.
VIEW
O
MAP DIR
O
FM+
O
O
O
D
O
1
O
ANGLE
AM−
FM+
D
Y
OPEN
VOL
VOL
ZOOM
AM−
O
Y
2 ZONE
2ABC 3 DEF
1
O
2ABC 3 DEF
1
2 ZONE
1
Play/Pause
Pauses the track.
Press again to resume playing.
TOP MENU
MENU
DVD SETUP
RETURN
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
ZOOM
DISP
SRC
V.SEL
ZOOM
OUT
IN
POSITION
O
O
AUD
•
DVD •
TV•
AUD•
O
O
82
ENTER
ENTER
O
MENU
O
DVD•
T V•
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Radio (AUD mode)
[RC-DV340]
[RC-DV330]
Band switching
Switches to bands received by the unit.
Joystick
Scrolls the map, or moves the cursor.
ZOOM
MENU
O
O
OPEN
VOL
O
Y
2 ZONE
2ABC 3 DEF
1
FM+
O
O
AM−
VOL
ZOOM
AM−
D
Y
1
2 ZONE
O
O
O
O
FM+
2 ZONE
OUT
VOL
D
Y
1
2ABC 3 DEF
O
2ABC 3 DEF
1
O
O
Y
MENU
OPEN
VOL
ZOOM
AM−
ZOOM
O
O
O
1
AM−
D
ENTER
Performs the selected function.
1
MENU
DVD SETUP
RETURN
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
ZOOM
TV•
•
AUDIO RETURN
MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC
Seek mode switching
Switches the Seek mode (AUTO1, AUTO2, MANU).
•
DVD •
NAVI
O
AUDIO
POSITION
AUD
ENTER
2 ZONE
TOP MENU
IN
O
FM+
TV•
•
AUDIO RETURN
MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC
MAP DIR
ANGLE
•
DVD •
NAVI
O
Station selection
Switches to broadcast stations received by the unit.
VIEW
POSITION
AUD
ENTER
O
2ABC 3 DEF
1
IN
O
O
D
O
1
O
OUT
O
O
ANGLE
FM+
[—]
O
[RC-DV330]
NAVI (NAVI mode)
ZOOM
Zooms in or out the navigation map.
DISP
DISP
IN
POSITION
SRC
V.SEL
ZOOM
MENU
O
O
•
O
ENTER
T V•
Direct tuning
After pressing this key, use the keypad to specify
the broadcast station you wish to receive.
4 GHI
R.VOL
CLEAR
1
+
7PQRS 8TUV 9WXYZ
DIRECT
0
#
BS
5JKL 6MNO
DISP
MENU
ATT
CLEAR
0
DIRECT
OUT
ATT
O
2ABC
1
O
9WXYZ
Example: 810kHz (AM)
8TUV
0
1
Y
2 ZONE
ROUTEM
4 GHI
1
5JKL 6MNO
1
+
•
DVD •
TV•
AUDIO RETURN
CANCEL
VOICE
AV OUT
OPEN
VIEW
MAP DIR
SUBTITLE
4 GHI
2 ZONE
POSITION
Displays the current position.
5JKL 6MNO
R.VOL
7PQRS 8TUV 9WXYZ
•
TV•
•
NAVI
Y
2ABC 3 DEF
R.VOL
CLEAR
ENTER
ANGLE
1
7PQRS 8TUV 9WXYZ
AUD
ENTER
MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC
0
2ABC 3 DEF
1
POSITION
O
Numeric keypad
1
IN
CANCEL
Displays previous screen.
Example: 92.1MHz (FM)
0
TV•
V.SEL
ZOOM
•
DVD •
MENU
Displays Main menu.
SRC
R.VOL
AUD
ENTER
O
7PQRS 8TUV 9WXYZ
POSITION
DVD•
O
O
O
TV•
O
AUD•
DVD •
IN
O
AUD
ENTER
OUT
O
OUT
O
MENU
O
V.SEL
ZOOM
O
SRC
DIRECT
0
#
BS
ATT
CLEAR
0
DIRECT
DISP
ATT
SRC
V.SEL
ZOOM
MENU
IN
POSITION
O
ENTER
AUD
O
O
• To use preset tuning, press the number of a
programmed broadcast station. ( 1 – 6 )
• Press the direct tuning key first, then specify the
frequency of the station to receive.
OUT
•
DVD •
TV•
MNO
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Remote Controller
CANCEL
VOICE
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
O
ROUTEM
MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC
ROUTEM
OPEN
VIEW
MAP DIR
ANGLE
O
CANCEL
O
O
O
D
VOL
ZOOM
VIEW
O
O
MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC
VIEW
MAP DIR
TV•
•
NAVI
SUBTITLE
FM+
D
O
1
AM−
FM+
D
Y
OPEN
D
VOL
ZOOM
VOL
AM−
O
Y
2 ZONE
1
2ABC 3 DEF
1
O
2ABC 3 DEF
2 ZONE
Numeric keypad
O
O
O
84
O
2ABC 3 DEF
1
Y
2 ZONE
2ABC 3 DEF
4GHI
1
5JKL 6MNO
1
4 GHI
R.VOL
7PQRS 8TUV 9WXYZ
CLEAR
1
+
Y
2ABC 3 DEF
2 ZONE
5JKL 6MNO
R.VOL
7PQRS 8TUV 9WXYZ
DIRECT
0
#
BS
ATT
CLEAR
0
DIRECT
ATT
CANCEL
ANGLE
1
AUDIO RETURN
VOICE
OPEN
1
2 ZONE
NAVI
O
MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC
MAP DIR
OPEN
CANCEL
MAP DIR
Switches between the heading up navigation and
north up navigation map displays.
VIEW
Y
O
FM+
O
O
1
AV OUT
D
AUDIO RETURN
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
ROUTEM
2 ZONE
ANGLE
•
O
OPEN
Y
MAP DIR
O
O
ENTER
VOICE
O
O
VOICE
Plays Voice guidance.
ROUTEM
VOL
AM−
FM+
VOL
D
ZOOM
AM−
Channel Selection
The TV channel to receive is selected.
O
FM+
AV OUT
FM+
O
O
SUBTITLE
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
MAP DIR
AUDIO RETURN
VOICE
AV OUT
OPEN
VIEW
O
NAVI
O
CANCEL
VOICE
AV OUT
O
VIEW
Switches between 2D and 3D map displays.
O
MAP DIR
[RC-DV340]
O
OPEN
VIEW
[RC-DV330]
Switching Band/Video
It switches between the station of the TV band to
receive and video input.
AUDIO RETURN
O
ROUTEM
AV OUT
•
TV•
•
NAVI
O
MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC
TV (TV mode)
O
O
ENTER
O
ROUTE M
Displays Route Option menu.
ZOOM
VOL
• The number of the memorized station is
selected. ( 1 – 6 )
• Press the direct tuning key first, then specify the
channel of the station to receive.
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Initial Setup
When pressing the Reset button or turning on the unit for the first time, the Initial SETUP screen is
displayed.
Initial Setup
3 End initial setup
1 Turns the power On
2 Set each item
⁄
• The settings above can be changed in <Setup Menu>
(page 58).
[Language] Select the language used for the
control screen and setting items. (page 60)
[Angle] You can adjust the position of the
monitor. (page 63)
[iPod AV Interface Use] Sets the terminal
which iPod is connected. ( "iPod")
[R-CAM Interrupt] Sets a method to switch to
the rear view camera video display. ( "OFF")
"ON": Switches to the rear view camera video
display when engaging the shift knob of
car to "Reverse".
"OFF": Switches to the rear view camera video
display when engaging the shift knob
of car to "Reverse" and then pressing
the [AUD] button for more than 1
second.
The function of the [AUD] button needs
to be set to "R-CAM" beforehand. See
<User Interface> (page 60).
[Color] Sets the screen and button illumination
color. (page 66)
[EXT SW] Setting up power specification of
the external device for which the power is
controlled from this unit. (page 63) (DNX/
DDX7 models only)
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Status bar Indicator items
Shown below is a list of indicators displayed on
the Status bar.
Source Display Overview
General
Indicates that the attenuator is active.
Turns on the Dual zone function.
Indicates that the Loudness control function is ON.
Indicates the connection state of the Bluetooth hands-free
unit. (Orange: Connected. White: Not connected.)
DVD/CD "FO-REP" Indicates that the Folder repeat function is ON.
"IN"
Indicates that a disc is inserted. (White: A Disc is inside the
unit. Orange: Error at the disc player.)
"MOVIE" Identifies the video file.
"MUSIC" Identifies the music file.
"PICTURE" Identifies the image file.
"RDM" Indicates that the Random function is ON.
"REP"
Indicates that the Repeat function is ON.
"SLIDE" Indicates that the slide show function is ON.
DVD-Video "C-REP" Indicates that the Chapter repeat function is ON.
"T-REP" Indicates that the Title repeat function is ON.
DVD-VR "1 M/S" Identifies the primary/secondary audio output of stream 1.
"1 MAIN" Identifies the primary audio output of stream 1.
"1 SUB" Identifies the secondary audio output of stream 1.
"PLST" Identifies the Play list mode.
"T-REP" Indicates that the Title repeat function is ON.
VCD
"1chLL" Identifies the left audio output of channel 1.
"1chLR" Identifies the monaural audio output of channel 1.
"1chRR" Identifies the right audio output of channel 1.
"1chST" Identifies the stereo audio output of channel 1.
"LL"
Identifies the left audio output.
"LR"
Identifies the monaural audio output.
"RR"
Identifies the right audio output.
"ST"
Identifies the stereo audio output.
"PBC"
Indicates that the PBC function is ON.
"SVCD" Identifies the Super Video CD.
"VER1" Indicates that the Video CD version is 1.
"VER2" Indicates that the Video CD version is 2.
"REP"
Indicates that the Repeat function is ON.
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"ATT"
"DUAL"
"LOUD"
"TEL"
Source Display Overview
USB/ SD "FO-REP" Indicates that the Folder repeat function is ON.
"MOVIE" Identifies the video file.
"MUSIC" Identifies the music file.
"PICTURE" Identifies the image file.
"RDM" Indicates that the Random function is ON.
"REP"
Identifies that the Repeat function is ON.
"PLST" Indicates that the Play list mode is selected now.
"SLIDE" Indicates that the slide show function is ON.
iPod
"MUSIC" Identifies the music file.
"VIDEO" Identifies the video file.
"RDM" Indicates that the Random function is ON.
"A-RDM" Indicates that the Album random function is ON.
"REP"
Indicates that the Repeat function is ON.
Tuner
"AF"
Indicates that the AF search function is ON.
"AUTO1" Indicates that Seek mode is set to Auto1.
"AUTO2" Indicates that Seek mode is set to Auto2.
"CRSC" Indicates that the CRSC function is OFF.
"EON" Indicates that the RDS station is sending EON.
"LO.S" Indicates that the Local seek function is ON.
"MANU" Indicates that Seek mode is set to Manual.
"MONO" Indicates that the forced monaural function is ON.
"NEWS" Indicates that news bulletin interruption is in progress.
"PS"
Indicates that the list display format is PS.
"RDS" Indicates the state of the RDS station when the AF
function is ON. (Orange: RDS is being received. White: RDS
is not being received.)
"SNPS" Indicates that the list display format is SNPS.
"ST"
Indicates that stereo broadcast is being received.
"TI"
Indicates the reception state of traffic information.
(Orange: TP is being received. White: TP is not being
received.)
TV
"AUTO1" Indicates that Seek mode is set to Auto1.
"AUTO2" Indicates that Seek mode is set to Auto2.
"MANU" Indicates that Seek mode is set to Manual.
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DVD Language Codes
Code
Language
Code
Language
Code
Language
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
gli
gn
gu
ha
he
hi
hr
hu
hy
ia
ie
ik
id
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
Interlingua
Interlingue
Inupiak
Indonesian
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
rn
ro
ru
rw
sa
sd
sg
sh
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
Kirundi
Romanian
Russian
Kinyarwanda
Sanskrit
Sindhi
Sangho
Serbo-Croatian
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
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
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Help? Troubleshooting
Some functions of this unit may be disabled by
some settings made on this unit.
!
!
• 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.
▲ Subwoofer is not set to On.
☞ <Speaker Setup> (page 72)
▲ The DSP Select is Bypass.
☞ <DSP Bypass Control> (page 71)
▲ The Dual zone function is enabled.
☞ <Zone Control> (page 55)
▲ The unit is set to STANDBY source.
• Cannot select the output destination of the
subsource in the Dual zone.
• Cannot adjust the volume of the rear
speakers.
▲ The Dual zone function is disabled.
☞ <Zone Control> (page 55)
!
Cannot play audio files.
▲ "CD Read" of <Disc Setup> (page 76) is set to
"2".
!
Cannot Folder select.
▲ The Random play function is enabled.
!
Cannot perform Repeat play.
▲ The PBC function is enabled.
!
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• Cannot set up the equalizer.
• Cannot set up the crossover network.
▲ The Dual zone function is enabled.
☞ <Zone Control> (page 55)
▲ The DSP Select is Bypass.
☞ <DSP Bypass Control> (page 71)
▲ The equalizer is set to "iPod". ☞ <Equalizer
Control> (page 54)
▲ The unit is set to STANDBY source.
What might seem to be a malfunction in your unit
may just be the result of slight misoperation or
miswiring. Before calling service, first check the
following table for possible problems.
General
?
The Touch Sensor Tone doesn’t sound.
✔ The preout jack is being used.
☞ The Touch Sensor Tone can’t be output from
the preout jack.
Tuner source
?
Radio reception is poor.
✔ The car antenna is not extended.
☞ Pull the antenna out all the way.
✔ The antenna control wire is not connected.
☞ Connect the wire correctly, referring to the
section on <INSTALLATION MANUAL>.
Disc source
?
The specified disc does not play, but another
one plays instead.
✔ The specified CD is quite dirty.
☞ Clean the CD.
✔ The disc is severely scratched.
☞ Try another disc instead.
Audio file source
?
The sound skips when an Audio file is being
played.
✔ The media is scratched or dirty.
☞ Clean the media, referring to the CD
cleaning of the section on <Handling discs>
(page 6).
✔ The recording condition is bad.
☞ Record the media again or use another
media.
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Help? Error
When the unit fails to operate correctly, the
cause of the failure appears on the display.
"Protect" :
Protective circuit has been activated because a speaker
cord has shorted or it has come in contact with the car
chassis.
➡ Wire or insulate the speaker cord as appropriate
and then push the Reset button.
"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. At such times this
message will appear.
➡ Use the unit again after reducing the
temperature inside the vehicle.
"Mecha Error" :
The disc player is malfunctioning.
➡ Eject the disc and try inserting it again. Contact
the Kenwood dealer if this indicator continues
blinking or the disc cannot be ejected.
"Disc Error" :
Disc is quite dirty.
➡ Clean the disc, referring tot he section on
<Handling discs> (page 6).
Disc is upside down.
➡ Load the disc with the labeled side up.
An unplayable disc is inserted.
"Region Code Error" :
The disc you wanted to play has a region code that
cannot be played with this unit.
"Parental Level Error" :
The disc you wanted to play has a higher level than the
parental level you set.
"No Device" (USB device):
The USB device is selected as a source although no USB
device is connected.
➡ Change the source to any source other than USB.
Connect an USB device, and change the source
to USB again.
"Disconnected" (iPod, Bluetooth audio player):
The iPod/Bluetooth audio player is selected as a source
although no iPod/Bluetooth audio player is connected.
➡ Change the source to any source other than
iPod/Bluetooth. Connect an iPod/Bluetooth
audio player, and change the source to iPod/
Bluetooth again.
"No Media File" :
The connected USB device contains no playable audio
file.
Media was played that doesn’t have data recorded that
the unit can play.
"USB Device Error!!" :
The connected USB device is rated a current capacity
higher than the allowable limit.
➡ 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.
"Not supported USB1.1 device.":
The connected USB device is compliant with USB
1.1 standard. This unit only supports the USB device
compliant with USB 2.0 standard.
➡ Use a USB device which this unit supports.
"Authorization Error" :
Connection to the iPod has failed.
➡ Remove the iPod and then reconnect it.
The unit does not support the iPod.
➡ Refer to <iPod/iPhone that can be connected to
this unit> (page 8).
"Update your iPod" :
The iPod's software is an older version which the unit
can not support.
➡ Confirm that the software for the iPod is the
latest version. Refer to <iPod/iPhone that can be
connected to this unit> (page 8).
"Navigation Error. Please turn on power again
later." :
The communication error has occurred due to severely
cold temperature.
➡ Turn on power again after warming your car
interior.
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Specifications
Monitor section
USB interface section
Picture Size
: 6.95 inches (diagonal) wide
: 156.2 mm (W) x 82.4 mm (H)
Display System
: Transparent TN LCD panel
Drive System
: TFT active matrix system
Number of Pixels
: 336,960 (480H x 234V x RGB)
Effective Pixels
: 99.99 %
Pixel Arrangement
: RGB striped arrangement
Back Lighting
: Cold Cathode Fluorescent Tube
USB Standard
: USB 2.0 High speed
File System
: FAT 16/ 32
Maximum Power Supply Current
: 500 mA
D/A Converter
: 24 Bit
Video Decoder
: MPEG1/ MPEG2/ DivX
Audio Decoder
: MP3/ WMA/ AAC/ WAV (Linear PCM)
DVD player section
D/A Converter
: 24 bit
Audio Decoder
: Linear PCM/ Dolby Digital/ dts/ MP3/ WMA/
AAC/ WAV
Video Decoder
: MPEG1/ MPEG2/ DivX
Wow & Flutter
: Below Measurable Limit
Frequency Response
Sampling frequency; 96 kHz : 20 – 20,000 Hz
Sampling frequency; 48 kHz : 20 – 20,000 Hz
Sampling frequency; 44.1 kHz : 20 – 20,000 Hz
Total Harmonic Distortion
: 0.008 % (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
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SD card section (DDX7 models only)
File System
: FAT 16/ 32
Capacity
: ≤ 32 G Byte
Video Decoder
: MPEG1/ MPEG2/ DivX
Audio Decoder
: MP3/ WMA/ AAC/ WAV (Linear PCM)
Bluetooth section (DNX/ DDX7 models
only)
Technology
: Bluetooth Ver.1.2 Certified
Frequency
: 2.402 – 2.480 GHz
Output Power
: +4dBm (MAX), 0dBm (AVE), Power Class2
Maximum Communication range
: Line of sight approx. 10m (32.8 ft)
Profile
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), SYNC
(Synchronization Profile)
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FM tuner section
Audio section
Frequency Range
200 kHz: 87.9 MHz – 107.9 MHz (Region 4/ 6
models only)
50 kHz: 87.5 MHz – 108.0 MHz
Usable Sensitivity (S/N : 30 dB)
: 9.3 dBf (0.8 μV/ 75 Ω)
Quieting Sensitivity (S/N : 50 dB)
: 15.2 dBf (1.6 μV/ 75 Ω)
Frequency Response (± 3.0 dB)
: 30 Hz – 15 kHz
S/N Ratio (dB)
: 70 dB (MONO)
Selectivity (± 400 kHz)
: ≥ 80 dB
Stereo Separation
: 35 dB (1 kHz)
Maximum Power (Front & Rear)
: 50 W x 4
Full Bandwidth Power (Front & Rear)
(4 Ω, 14.4 V, 1 % THD)
: 22 W x 4
Preout Level (V)
: 2 V/ 10 kΩ
Preout Impedance
: ≤ 600 Ω
Speaker Impedance
:4–8Ω
Tone action (DDX6 models only)
Bass : 100 Hz ± 10 dB
Middle : 1 kHz ± 10 dB
Treble : 10 kHz ± 10 dB
DSP Section (DNX/ DDX7 models only)
AM tuner section
Frequency Range
AM (10 kHz): 530 kHz – 1700 kHz (Region 4/ 6
models only)
LW (9 kHz): 153 kHz – 281 kHz
MW (9 kHz): 531 kHz – 1611 kHz
Usable Sensitivity
AM: 28 dBμ
LW: 45 μV
MW: 25 μV
Video section
Color System of External Video Input
: NTSC, PAL
External Video Input Level (mini jack)
: 1 Vp-p/ 75 Ω
External Audio Max Input Level (mini jack)
: 2 V/ 25 kΩ
Video Output Level (RCA jacks)
: 1 Vp-p/ 75 Ω
Audio Output Level (RCA jacks)
: 1.2 V/ 10 kΩ
Analog RGB input (DDX models only)
: 0.7 Vp-p/ 75 Ω
Graphics equalizer
Band: 5 Band
Frequency (BAND1 – 5): 62.5/ 250/ 1k/ 4k/ 16k Hz
Gain
: -9/ -8/ -7/ -6/ -5/ -4/ -3/ -2/ -1/ 0/ 1/ 2/ 3/ 4/ 5/
6/ 7/ 8/ 9 dB
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.
Time alignment
: 0 – 440 cm (2 cm Step)
Position
: 0 – 170 cm (2 cm Step)
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Specifications
Navigation section (DNX models only)
Receiver
: High-sensitivity GPS receiver
Reception Frequency
: 1575.42 MHz (C/A code)
Acquisition Times
Cold : < 38 seconds
Factory Reset : < 45 seconds
(On average for a stationary receiver with a clear
view of the sky)
Accuracy
Position : < 10 meters typical
Velocity : 0.05 m/sec. RMS
Position Method
: GPS
Antenna
: External GPS antenna
External SW
Maximum Power Supply Current
: 500 mA
General
Operating voltage
: 14.4 V (10.5 – 16 V allowable)
Maximum Current Consumption
: 15 A
Installation Dimensions (W × H × D)
: 182 × 112 × 163 mm
7-3/16 x 4-7/16 x 6-7/16 inch
Operational Temperature Range
: -10 °C – +60 °C
Storage Temperature Range
: -20 °C – +85 °C
Weight
DNX models : 2.5 kg
DDX models : 2.45 kg
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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.
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The marking of products using lasers (Except for some areas)
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.
About DivX
DivX is a popular media technology created by DivX, Inc. DivX media Files contain highly compressed video
with high visual quality that maintains a relatively small file size. DivX files can also include advanced media
features like menus, subtitles, and alternate audio tracks. Many DivX media files are available for download
online, and you can create your own using your personal content and easy-to-use tools from DivX.com.
About DivX Certified
DivX Certified products are officially tested by the creators of DivX and guaranteed to play all versions of DivX
video, including DivX 6. Certified products qualify for one of several DivX Profiles that designate the type of
video the product supports, from compact portable video to high-definition video.
The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by 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.
Font for this product is designed by Ricoh.
iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc.
“Made for iPod” means that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod and has been certified
by the developer to meet Apple performance standards.
“Works with iPhone” means that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPhone 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.
DivX, DivX Certified, and associated logos are trademarks of DivX, Inc. and are used under license.
SDHC logo is a trademark.
is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation registered in the U.S., Japan and other countries.
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by U.S. patents and other intellectual property
rights. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision, and is intended for home and other
limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision. Reverse engineering or disassembly is 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 #’s: 5,451,942; 5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762; 6,487,535 & other U.S. and
worldwide patents issued & pending. DTS and DTS 2.0 + Digital Out are registered trademarks and the DTS logos and Symbol
are trademarks of DTS, Inc. © 1996-2008 DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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For Turkey
Bu ürün 26891sayılı Resmi Gazete’de yayımlanan Elektrikli ve Elektronik Eşyalarda Bazı Zararlı Maddelerin
Kullanımının Sınırlandırılmasına Dair Yönetmeliğe uygun olarak üretilmiştir.
This product complies with Directive, Number 26891 regarding "REGULATION ON THE RESTRICTION OF THE USE
OF CERTAIN HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES IN ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT".
DNX7340BTM/DDX7034BTM
• Declaration of Conformity with regard to the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
• Declaration of Conformity with regard to the R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC
Manufacturer:
Kenwood Corporation
2967-3 Ishikawa-machi, Hachioji-shi, Tokyo, 192-8525 Japan
EU Representative's:
Kenwood Electronics Europe BV
Amsterdamseweg 37, 1422 AC UITHOORN, The Netherlands
English
Hereby, Kenwood declares that this unit DNX7340BTM/DDX7034BTM is in
compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of
Directive 1999/5/EC.
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Turkish
Bu vesileyle Kenwood, DNX7340BTM/DDX7034BTM ünitesinin, 1999/5/
EC Direktifinin başlıca gereksinimleri ve diğer ilgili hükümleri ile uyumlu
olduğunu beyan eder.
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