Kenwood Electronics KDC-BT92SD Instruction manual

Kenwood Electronics KDC-BT92SD Instruction manual
KDC-BT92SD
CD-RECEIVER
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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Contents
Before use
Component names and functions
General operation
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Before Using
Common Operation
Menu List Operation
iPod/iPhone Operation
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Basic Operation
File Search
Play Mode
USB and SD Setting
Skip Search
Direct Music Search
Music CD/ Audio file Operation
Basic Operation
Tuner Setting
Station Preset Memory
Auto Memory Entry
Preset Tuning
Direct Access Tuning
PTY (Program Type)
Program Type Preset
Changing Language for PTY Function
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Bluetooth Audio Operation27
Operation of hands-free phoning
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Clock & Date display type setting
Clock Adjustment
Date Adjustment
Dual clock city setting
Initial Settings
Demonstration mode Setting
Theft Deterrent Faceplate
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Audio Control
Preset Equalizer curve Select
Manual Equalizer Control
Dual Zone System
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Car Type Selection
Speaker Setting
X’Over Setting
Listening Position Selection
Listening Position Fine Adjustments
Channel Level Fine Adjustments
Resetting of DTA Settings
Audio Preset Memory
Audio Preset Recall
Bluetooth Setup53
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Basic Operation
Display Setting
Customization of 5-line Display Mode & 3-line
Display Mode & iPod-like Display Mode
Customization of Spectrum Analyzer Display Mode
Customization of Clock Display Mode
Illumination Color Selection
Auxiliary Input Display Setting
Clock and Other Functions
Audio Adjustments
DSP Setup
Receiving a Call
During a Call
Call Waiting
Other Functions
Making a Call
Speed Dialing (Preset Dial)
Calling a Number in the Phone Book
Calling a Number in the Call log
Dial a Number
Making a call by voice dialing
Registering to the Preset Dial Number List
Display of Phone Number type (category)
Display Settings
Basic Operation
Music Search
Play Mode
Direct Music Search
Tuner Operation
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Easy pairing function
Registering from Bluetooth devices (Pairing)
Basic Operation
Play mode
Basic Operation
Selecting a song by browsing iPod
Play Mode
iPod Setting
Selecting the Search mode
Direct Search
Related Search
Alphabet Search
Skip Search
USB device/ SD card Operation
Getting Started of Bluetooth
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Bluetooth Setting
Registering Bluetooth Device (Pairing)
Registering PIN Code
Selecting the Bluetooth device You Wish to
Connect
Deleting a Registered Bluetooth device
Downloading the Phone Book
Bluetooth device registration test
SMS (Short Message Service)
Basic Operations of remote control
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Appendix 65
About Audio file
iPod/iPhone that can be connected to this unit
About USB device
About “KENWOOD Music Editor”
About the Cell-Phone/ Bluetooth Audio player
Menu List
City list
Accessories/ Installation Procedure
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Connecting Wires to Terminals
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Installation/Removing the Unit
74
Troubleshooting Guide
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Specifications79
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Downloading the SMS
SMS (Short Message Service)
SMS reply setting
Return message setting
Creating an original message
SMS manual reply
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Before use
Lens Fogging
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 use this unit before canceling
Demonstration mode!
This unit is initially set on the Demonstration mode.
When using this unit for the first time, cancel the
Demonstration mode. Refer to <Demonstration mode
Setting> (page 42).
How to reset your unit
If this unit fails to operate properly, press the Reset
button. The unit returns to factory settings when the
Reset button is pressed.
Reset button
Connector
Cleaning the connector
The unit may not function properly if the connectors
between the unit and faceplate are dirty. Detach the
faceplate and clean the connector with a cotton swab
gently, being careful not to damage the connector.
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.
When you turn on the car heater in cold weather,
dew or condensation may form on the lens in the
CD player of the unit. Called lens fogging, this
condensation on the lens may not allow CDs 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.
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.
• Characters that conform to ISO 8859-5 or ISO 8859-1
can be displayed. Set “Russian” of <Initial Settings>
(page 41) to “On”.
• The Radio Data System feature won’t work where
the service is not supported by any broadcasting
station.
• In this document, the description indicator will
light means a status is displayed. Refer to <Basic
Operation> (page 33) for the details of the status
display.
• The illustrations of the display and the panel
appearing in this manual are examples used to
explain more clearly how the controls are used.
Therefore, what appears on the display in the
illustrations may differ from what appears on the
display on the actual equipment, and some of the
illustrations on the display may be inapplicable.
Handling CDs
• Do not touch the recording surface of the CD.
• Do not stick tape etc. on the CD, or use a CD with
tape stuck on it.
• Do not use disc type accessories.
• Clean from the center of the disc and move
outward.
• When removing CDs from this unit, pull them out
horizontally.
• If the CD center hole or outside rim has burrs,
use the CD only after removing the burrs with a
ballpoint pen etc.
CDs that cannot be used
• CDs that are not round cannot be used.
• CDs with coloring on the recording surface or CDs
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 CD-R or CD-RW that has not
been finalized. (For the finalization process refer to
your CD-R/CD-RW writing software, and your CD-R/
CD-RW recorder instruction manual.)
• 3 inch CD cannot be used. Attempt to insert using
an adapter can cause malfunction.
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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.
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Before Using
Exit of the Demonstration Mode
Turn off the demonstration mode when you use it
for the first time after installation.
1 Press the [VOL] knob to quit the demonstration
mode when the messages “To cancel Demo
press the volume knob” are displayed (approx. 15
seconds).
Rear view
AUX
2 Turn the [VOL] knob to select “YES” and press the
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[VOL] knob.
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1 Release button
To drop the faceplate down to open and CD can be
inserted or ejected (press the button).
7 Auxiliary Input Terminal
Portable audio device can be connected with the
mini-plug (3.5 mm ø).
2 [MENU] button
To select a song or set functions. See <Menu List
Operation> (page 8).
• Use the mini-plug cable which is stereo type and does not
have any resistance.
3 [DISP] button
To change display item (press the button).
To scroll through texts on the display. (press the
button at least 1 second).
4 [VOL] knob
To adjust volume (turn the knob).
To select menu list item (turn and press the knob). See
<Menu List Operation> (page 8) for details.
To make a voice dialing call (press the button at least
1 second).
5 [PRESET] button
To enter Station Preset Memory mode (press the
button).
To enter Search mode (iPod), move between folders
(Audio file), etc. (press the button at least 1 second). For more details, see operations of each source
described in page 8 or later (press the button at least
1 second).
6 Microphon
The microphone for the hands free phone is supplied.
When your voice cannot be recognized due to the
low microphone volume or noises in the vehicle,
adjust the microphone settings by <Bluetooth
Setting> (page 53).
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8 [SRC] button
To turn on this unit and select the Source (press the
button).
To turn off this unit (press the button at least 1
second).
9 [4] / [¢] buttons
To select station, song and setting items. (press the
button).
10 [38] button
To start or interrupt playback for CD, audio file, and
iPod. (press the button).
11 [iPod] button
To select iPod source (press the button).
To set “APP & iPod Mode” to ON/OFF (press the
button at least 1 second).
12 Display window
13 [ ] button
To enter Bluetooth mode (press the button).
To enter Bluetooth easy pairing mode (press the
button at least 1 second). See <Easy pairing function>
(page 25).
14 USB Terminal
A USB device or an iPod can be connected.
• Demonstration mode can also be cancelled in “DEMO
Mode” of Menu List mode. Refer to <Demonstration mode
Setting> (page 42).
Common Operation
Power and source select
Turns the power ON by pressing the [SRC]
button.
When the power is ON, select a source.
• SRC Select mode 1: Pressing the [SRC] button
each time switches between sources.
Tuner (“TUNER”) ➜ Bluetooth Audio (“BT
AUDIO”) ➜ USB (“USB”) or iPod (“iPod”) ➜ SD
(“SD”) ➜ CD (“CD”) ➜ Auxiliary input (“AUX”) ➜
Standby (“STANDBY”) ➜ Tuner...
• SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
Keeping pressing the [SRC] button for at least 1
second turns the power OFF.
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• The SRC Select mode can be set in “SRC Select” of <Initial
Settings> (page 41).
• Auxiliary input source is initially set to “OFF”. Set “Built in
AUX” described in <Initial Settings> (page 41) to “ON”.
• When an optional accessory is connected, the source name
for each device appears.
• When connection of the iPod is recognized, the source
display changes from “USB” to “iPod”.
• This unit automatically turns full power OFF after 20
minutes lapses in Standby mode in order to save the
vehicle’s battery. The time until full power OFF can be set in
“Power OFF Wait” of <Initial Settings> (page 41).
Volume
Turning the [VOL] knob adjusts the sound
volume.
Menu List Operation
The basic operating procedure for using this
function is described below. The individual function
items are covered in the operating procedures.
1 Select the source
Pressing the [SRC] button repeatedly switches
source.
Function items vary from source to source. For a list
of the function items. Refer to <Menu List> (page
67).
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
2 Enter Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button.
3 Select the setting item
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Repeat the operation until your desired setup item
is selected.
✍✍Press the [MENU] button to return to the
previous item.
Operation example:
Music
1
2
4
3
2
1 [VOL]
2 [VOL]
3 [MENU]
4 [MENU]
3
PlayLists
My Best 25
1
…
3
Artists
Albums
…
2
1
General operation
1 sec.
Play Mode
…
Component names and functions
In this manual, the above selection is indicated as
Select “Music” > “Playlists” > “My Best 25”.
4 Make a setting
Turn the [VOL] knob to select a setting value,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
5 Exit Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second to
return to the first hierarchy. Press the [MENU]
button in the first hierarchy to exit the Menu
List mode.
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• You cannot set the item with the “ ” icon displayed.
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iPod/iPhone Operation
SRC MENU VOL
4 38 ¢
DISP
Play Mode
PRESET
KCA-iP102 (optional
accessory) is required to
connect an iPod.
Playing iPod
• Connect an iPod
When connected, the source is switched
automatically and a song starts playing.
• Select iPod source
Press the [SRC] button.
Select the “iPod” display.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
Song Select
Press the [4] or [¢] button.
Fast Forwards or Fast Backwards
Hold down the [4] or [¢] button.
Pause and Play
Press the [38] button to pause or resume
playback.
Remove iPod
Select a source other than iPod, and the iPod can
be removed safely.
3 Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Music”.
Display
“Music”
“Playlists”
“Artists”
“Albums”
“Songs”
“Podcasts”
“Genres”
“Composers”
Items
Playlists
Artists
Albums
Songs
Podcasts
Genres
Composers
1 Select iPod source
2 Enter Menu List mode
iPod Setting
3 Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
1 Select iPod source
2 Enter Menu List mode
Turn the [VOL] knob.
4 Select a song
Operation type
Move between items
Select an item
High Speed Search
Return to previous item
Return to Top menu
Operation
Turn the [VOL] knob.
Press the [VOL] knob.
Press the [DISP] or [iPod] button to scroll
up or down by a page.
Press the [DISP] or [iPod] button for at
least 1 second to continuously scroll up or
down at high speed. Press the button again
to stop scrolling.
Press the [MENU] button.
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1
second.
✍✍For example: Searching by Artist name.
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Music” > “Artists” > Artist name > Album
name > Song title
Cancelling Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second,
and then press it again briefly.
• The unit memorizes the position where you have
found a song in the Search mode. When you enter the
Menu List mode after searching a song, the memorized
position is displayed. Press the [MENU] button for at least
1 second to move to the first hierarchy, select a Menu
item, and set it’s parameters.
• Characters which cannot be displayed are left blank. If
non of the characters can be displayed, the browse item
name and digits are displayed.
Items
Playlists
Artists
Albums
Songs
Display
“PLIST***”
“ART***”
“ALB***”
“PRGM***”
desired item is displayed.
Select “Play Mode”.
4 Select the Play Mode
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Selecting a song by browsing iPod
1 Select iPod source
2 Enter Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button.
iPod
Basic Operation
You can select a Play Mode, such as Random play
and Repeat play.
Items
Podcasts
Genres
Composers
Display
“PDCT***”
“GEN***”
“COM***”
• When “APP & iPod Mode”. is set to “ON”, this unit can
control only the Pause and play, Selecting a song, and
Fast Forward or Fast Backward of the Song functions.
Display
Overview
“APP & iPod Mode” When set to “ON”, allows you to operate iPod
with the control on the iPod.
“ON”/ “OFF”
“Folder Random”
When set to “ON”, plays the music in the folder
randomly.
“ON”/ “OFF”
“All Random”
When set to “ON”, plays all songs in iPod
randomly.
“ON”/ “OFF”
“File Repeat”
When set to “ON”, plays the music repeatedly.
“ON”/ “OFF”
5 Make a setting
Press the [VOL] knob.
6 Exit Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second,
and then press it again briefly.
Remarks
• All Random
• The time required to turn on the all random function
may become longer depending on the number of songs
in iPod.
• Turning on the all random function changes the iPod
browse item to “Songs”. This browse item will not be
changed even if the all random function is turned off.
• If the browse item is changed to search for music while
the all random function is on, the all random function is
turned off and the songs in the browse item are played
at random.
• APP & iPod Mode
Allows you to operate iPod with the control on the iPod.
You can select following iPod Setting items.
Press the [MENU] button.
3 Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Settings”.
4 Select the setting item
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Display
“Settings”
“Skip Search”
Overview
Sets the ratio of skip performed with <Skip
Search> (page 13).
“0.5%”/ “1%”/ “5%”/ “10%”
(
: Factory setting)
5 Make a setting
Turn the [VOL] knob to select a setting value,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
6 Exit Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second,
and then press it again briefly.
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• The setting of “Skip Search” in <iPod Setting> (page
10) and that in <USB and SD Setting> (page 17) are
always the same. Changing the setting of one reflects
the other.
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• This mode is not compatible with music information
display. The display will show “APP & iPod Mode”.
• iPod can be operated when it conforms to the iPod
control function.
Press the [MENU] button.
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iPod/iPhone Operation
Selecting the Search mode
Direct Search
Related Search
Alphabet Search
You can select the most suited search method for
the desired song from 4 types of the Search mode.
You can quickly search the desired song by
specifying its Search item (artist, album, etc.) and
character.
Searches for music of the same artist or genre as the
one being played.
You can select a song by alphabet. This function
searches songs whose name contain the specified
character(s) in the list of the selected Search item
(artist, album, etc).
Normal playing
Display
“Direct Search”
“Related Search”
Overview
You can quickly search the desired song by
specifying its Search item (artist, album, etc.)
and character.
Refer to <Direct Search> (page 11).
Searches for music of the same artist or genre
as the one being played.
Refer to the <Related Search> (page 12).
Browsing
Display
“Direct Search”
“Alphabet Search”
“Skip Search”
Overview
You can quickly search the desired song by
specifying its Search item (artist, album, etc.)
and character.
Refer to <Direct Search> (page 11).
You can select an alphabetic character from
the list in the Search item (artist, album, etc.)
selected now.
Refer to <Alphabet Search> (page 12).
The number of songs to be skipped is
determined by the ratio of the total number of
songs in the list which is selected now.
Refer to <Skip Search> (page 13).
1 Select iPod source
Pressing the [SRC] button repeatedly switches
source.
Select the “iPod” display.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
2 Enter Search mode
Press the [PRESET] button for at least 1 second.
3 Select the Search mode
Turn the [VOL] knob.
4 Start the search mode
Press the [VOL] knob.
Cancelling Search mode
Press the [PRESET] button for at least 1 second.
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1 Select iPod source
2 Press the [PRESET] button for at least 1 second.
3 Enter Direct Search mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Direct Search”.
4 Select the Search item
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired Search item is selected.
Display
Items
Display
Items
“PLAYLISTS”
Playlists
“PODCASTS”
Podcasts
“ARTISTS”
Artists
“GENRES”
Genres
“ALBUMS”
Albums
“COMPOSERS” Composers
“SONGS”
Songs
5 Select the character to be searched for
Operation type
Move between items
Select an item
Move to the next column
Operation
Turn the [VOL] knob.
Press the [VOL] knob.
Press the [4] or [¢] button.
Up to 3 characters can be entered.
6 Determine the selected character
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “DONE”.
Start search. When search is completed, the music
search mode is selected again at the selected
character position.
After this step, you need to browse. See step 4 of
<Selecting a song by browsing iPod> (page 9) to
select a song.
1 Play the music in iPod
2 Press the [PRESET] button for at least 1 second.
3 Enter Related Search mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Related Search”.
4 Select the Search item
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired Search item is selected.
Display
“Search Artist”
“Search Album”
Searches music
Displays the album of the same artist.
Displays music in the album in which the one
being played is included.
“Search Genre”
Displays the artist of the same genre.
“Search Composer” Displays the album including music created by the
same Composer.
After this step, you need to browse. See step 4 of
<Selecting a song by browsing iPod> (page 9) to
select a song.
Cancelling the Related Search
Press the [PRESET] button for at least 1 second.
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• Related search cannot be performed while playing the
Podcast.
• When the music being played has no information on
browsing items or no music was found, “Not Found” is
displayed.
1 Select iPod source
2 Enter browsing mode
Press the [MENU] button.
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Music” > item.
3 Enter Alphabet Search mode
Turn the [VOL] knob fast. Or, press the [PRESET]
button for at least 1 second and turn the [VOL]
knob to select “Alphabet Search”.
4 Search for item
Operation type
Select the character
Select an item
Return to previous item
Operation
Press the [DISP] or [iPod] button./
Turn the [VOL] knob.
Press the [VOL] knob.
Press the [MENU] button.
After this step, you need to browse. See step 4 of
<Selecting a song by browsing iPod> (page 9) to
select a song.
Cancelling the Alphabet Search
Press the [MENU] button.
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• The time of search by alphabet may become long
depending on the number of songs or items in iPod.
• If the first character string begins with an article “a”, “an”,
or “the” in the Alphabet Search mode, it is searched for in
defiance of the article.
Cancelling the Direct Search
Press the [PRESET] button for at least 1 second.
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• Characters that can be entered are alphabetical
characters (A to Z), numerical characters(0 to 9), and “ * ”.
• “ * ” indicates characters other than alphabetical and
numerical characters. You cannot enter any more
characters when entering “ * ” in the first character
position.
• If the first character string begins with an article “a”, “an”,
or “the” in the Direct Search mode, it is searched for in
defiance of the article.
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Skip Search
You can scroll up or down according to the number
of the selected Search items so that you can quickly
switch the display position.
1 Select iPod source
2 Enter browsing mode
Press the [MENU] button.
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Music” > item.
3 Press the [PRESET] button for at least 1 second.
4 Enter Skip Search mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Skip Search”.
5 Search for item
Operation type
Move between items
Select an item
Skip Search
Sets the ratio of skip
performed
Return to previous item
Operation
Turn the [VOL] knob.
Press the [VOL] knob.
Press the [DISP] or [iPod] button.
Keep pressing the button for 1 second or
longer skips songs at 10% irrespective of
the setting.
Press the [4] or [¢] button.
Press the [MENU] button.
After this step, you need to browse. See step 4 of
<Selecting a song by browsing iPod> (page 9) to
select a song.
Cancelling the Skip Search
Press the [PRESET] button for at least 1 second.
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• Set the ratio with “Skip Search” in <iPod Setting> (page
10).
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USB device/ SD card Operation
SRC MENU VOL
DISP
File Search
PRESET
Selecting the file you want to listen to from the
device being played now.
USB device/ SD card
4 38 ¢
Display
“Music”
iPod
Items
Folder or file name list.
Music Editor media
Basic Operation
Fast Forwards or Fast Backwards
Hold down the [4] or [¢] button.
Playing USB device
• Connect a USB device
When connected, the source is switched
automatically and a song starts playing.
• Select USB source
Press the [SRC] button.
Select the “USB” display.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
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• No sound is output while playing audio file.
Pause and Play
Press the [38] button to pause or resume
playback.
Remove USB device
Select a source other than Pandora and iPod, and
the iPod can be removed safely.
Remove SD card
1 Press the Release button and drop open the
Playing SD card
1 Press the Release button and drop open the
faceplate.
2 Detach the faceplate.
3 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.
faceplate.
2 Detach the faceplate.
3 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.
Display
“Music”
“Playlists”
“Artists”
“Albums”
“Songs”
“Genres”
Items
Playlists
Artists
Albums
Songs
Genres
1 Select USB or SD source
2 Enter Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button.
3 Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Music”.
4 Select a file
Operation type
Move between items
Select an item
High Speed Search
4 Attach the faceplate.
SD card
(commercially available)
4 Attach the faceplate.
5 Select SD source
Press the [SRC] button.
Select the “SD” display.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
Moving to the next folder
Press the [PRESET] button for at least 1 second.
Return to previous item
Return to Top menu
Operation
Turn the [VOL] knob.
Press the [VOL] knob.
Press the [DISP] or [iPod] button to scroll
up or down by a page.
Press the [DISP] or [iPod] button for at
least 1 second to continuously scroll up or
down at high speed. Press the button again
to stop scrolling.
Press the [MENU] button.
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1
second.
✍✍For example: Searching for ¡".
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Music” > 1 > 2 > ¡"
1
¡!
2
Cancelling Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second,
and then press it again briefly.
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• When you search a song in the File Search mode, the
unit memorizes the position of the song being played
after the search. To set a different Menu item after
searching a song, press the [MENU] button for at least 1
second to move to the first hierarchy.
Play Mode
You can select a Play Mode, such as Random play
and Repeat play.
1 Select USB or SD source
2 Enter Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button.
3 Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Play Mode”.
4 Select the Play Mode
Turn the [VOL] knob.
Display
“File Scan”
“Folder Random”
“All Random”
“File Repeat”
“Folder Repeat”
Overview
When set to “ON”, plays the intro of the music in
the folder successively.
“ON”/ “OFF”
When set to “ON”, plays the music in the folder
randomly.
“ON”/ “OFF”
When set to “ON”, plays all songs in the USB
device randomly.
“ON”/ “OFF”
When set to “ON”, plays the music repeatedly.
“ON”/ “OFF”
When set to “ON”, plays the music in the folder
repeatedly.
“ON”/ “OFF”
(
: Factory setting)
5 Make a setting
Press the [VOL] knob.
6 Exit Play Mode
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Press the [MENU] button.
Song Select
Press the [4] or [¢] button.
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USB device/ SD card Operation
USB and SD Setting
Skip Search
Function of remote control
You can select following USB and SD Setting items.
You can scroll up or down according to the number
of the selected Search items so that you can quickly
switch the display position.
Searching the music by entering the file number.
1 Select USB or SD source
2 Enter Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button.
3 Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Settings”.
4 Select the setting item
1 Select USB or SD source
2 Enter File Search mode
Press the [MENU] button.
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Music” > item.
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
3 Enter Skip Search mode
Display
“Settings”
“Skip Search”
4 Search for music
Overview
Sets the ratio of skip performed with <Skip
Search> (page 13).
“0.5%”/ “1%”/ “5%”/ “10%”
(
: Factory setting)
5 Make a setting
Turn the [VOL] knob to select a setting value,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
6 Exit Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second,
and then press it again briefly.
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• The setting of “Skip Search” in <iPod Setting> (page
10) and that in <USB and SD Setting> (page 17) are
always the same. Changing the setting of one reflects
the other.
• This operation is effective only for the files registered in
the database created with KENWOOD Music Editor.
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Press the [PRESET] button for at least 1 second.
Operation type
Move between items
Select an item
Skip Search
Sets the ratio of skip
performed
Return to previous item
Operation
Turn the [VOL] knob.
Press the [VOL] knob.
Press the [DISP] or [iPod] button.
Keep pressing the button for 1 second or
longer skips songs at 10% irrespective of
the setting.
Press the [4] or [¢] button.
Direct Music Search
1 Enter Direct Music Search mode
Press the [DIRECT] button on the remote
control.
2 Enter the music number
Press the number buttons on the remote
control.
3 Search the music
Press the [4] or [¢] button.
Cancelling Direct Music Search
Press the [DIRECT] button.
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• Direct Music Search cannot be performed during playing
of “Music Editor” media, Random play, or scan play.
Press the [MENU] button.
After this step, see step 4 of <File Search> (page 16)
to select a song.
Cancelling the Skip Search
Press the [PRESET] button for at least 1 second.
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• This operation is effective only for the files registered in
the database created with KENWOOD Music Editor.
• Set the ratio with “Skip Search” in <USB and SD Setting>
(page 17).
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Music CD/ Audio file Operation
Release
MENU VOL
DISP
PRESET
Fast Forwards or Fast Backwards
Hold down the [4] or [¢] button.
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• No sound is output while playing audio file.
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iPod
Basic Operation
Drop open the faceplate
Press the Release button.
⁄
• Push the faceplate on the left side, and return it to its
former position.
Disc play
• A disc inserted.
When inserted, the source is switched
automatically and a song is starts playing.
When a CD is inserted, the “CD-IN” indicator
is ON.
Pause and Play
Press the [38] button to pause or resume
playback.
Selecting the music you want to listen to from the
disc being played now.
Overview
Track list (Music CD) / Folder or file name list
(Audio file)
1 Select CD source
2 Enter Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button.
3 Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Music”.
4 Search for music
Operation type
Move between items
Select an item
High Speed Search
• Select CD source
Press the [SRC] button.
Select the “CD” display.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
Disc ejection
Press the [0] button.
Moving to the next folder
Press the [PRESET] button for at least 1 second.
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• This operation can be performed only for the Audio file.
Song Select
Press the [4] or [¢] button.
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Function of remote control
You can select a Play Mode, such as Random play
and Repeat play.
Searching the music by entering the track number.
Return to previous item
Return to Top menu
Operation
Turn the [VOL] knob.
Press the [VOL] knob.
Press the [DISP] or [iPod] button to scroll
up or down by a page.
Press the [DISP] or [iPod] button for at
least 1 second to continuously scroll up or
down at high speed. Press the button again
to stop scrolling.
Press the [MENU] button.
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1
second.
Cancelling Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second,
and then press it again briefly.
Direct Music Search
1 Select CD source
2 Enter Menu List mode
1 Enter Direct Music Search mode
3 Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
2 Enter the music number
4 Select the Play Mode
3 Search the music
Press the [DIRECT] button on the remote
control.
Press the [MENU] button.
desired item is displayed.
Select “Play Mode”.
Music Search
Display
“Music”
Play Mode
Press the [4] or [¢] button.
Turn the [VOL] knob.
Music CD source
Display
“Track Scan”
“Disc Random”
“Track Repeat”
Press the number buttons on the remote
control.
Overview
When set to “ON”, plays the intro of the music on
the disc successively.
“ON”/ “OFF”
When set to “ON”, plays the music on the disc
randomly.
“ON”/ “OFF”
When set to “ON”, plays the music repeatedly.
“ON”/ “OFF”
(
Cancelling Direct Music Search
Press the [DIRECT] button.
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• Direct Music Search cannot be performed during playing
of Random play or scan play.
: Factory setting)
Audio file source
Display
“File Scan”
“Folder Random”
“All Random”
“File Repeat”
“Folder Repeat”
Overview
When set to “ON”, plays the intro of the music in
the folder successively.
“ON”/ “OFF”
When set to “ON”, plays the music in the folder
randomly.
“ON”/ “OFF”
When set to “ON”, plays all songs in the disc
randomly.
“ON”/ “OFF”
When set to “ON”, plays the music repeatedly.
“ON”/ “OFF”
When set to “ON”, plays the music in the folder
repeatedly.
“ON”/ “OFF”
(
: Factory setting)
5 Make a setting
Press the [VOL] knob.
6 Exit Play Mode
Press the [MENU] button.
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Tuner Operation
6 Exit Menu List mode
Tuner Setting
You can select following Tuner Setting items.
1 Select Tuner source
2 Enter Menu List mode
Remarks
Press the [MENU] button.
4
¢
Basic Operation
Selecting Tuner source
Press the [SRC] button.
Select the “TUNER” display.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
Selecting the Receiving Band
Press the [PRESET] button for at least 1 second.
Pressing the button switches the receiving band
(FM, AM).
Selecting the Receiving station
Press the [4] or [¢] button.
✍✍Details of the station selecting in operation are
set in the “Seek Mode” of <Tuner Setting> (page
21).
3 Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Settings”.
4 Select the setting item to adjust
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Display
“TUNER Settings”
“Local Seek”*
Overview
Only stations whose reception is good are
searched in auto seek tuning.
“OFF”/ “ON”
“Seek Mode”
Selects the tuning mode of the radio.
“Auto1”: Automatic search for a station.
“Auto2”: Search in order of the stations in the
Preset memory.
“Manual”: Normal manual tuning control.
“Auto Memory” Memorizes 6 stations with good reception
automatically.
Refer to <Auto Memory Entry> (page 22)
“Forced MONO”* Reduces the noise when stereo broadcasts are
received as monaural.
“OFF”/ “ON”
“News”
Turns ON/OFF the News Bulletin Automatic
Reception function and sets the news bulletin
interrupt disabled time.
“OFF”/ “00min” – “90min”
“AF”*
When station reception is poor, automatically
switches to the station that is broadcasting the
same program over the same Radio Data System
network. (AF: Alternative Frequency)
“OFF”/ “ON”
“Regional”*
Sets whether to switch to the station only in the
specific region using the “AF” control.
“OFF”/ “ON”
“Auto TP Seek”* When traffic information station reception is
poor, automatically searches for a station that
can be received better.
“OFF”/ “ON”
“TI”
Switches to the traffic information
automatically when the traffic bulletin starts
“ON” / “OFF”
(
: Factory setting)
* FM only
5 Make a setting
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second,
and then press it again briefly.
Turn the [VOL] knob to select a setting value,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
• News (News Bulletin with Timeout Setting)
Automatically receives news bulletin when it starts. Set
the time during which interrupt is to be disabled after
start of another news bulletin. Changing “News 00min”
to “News 90min” turns this function ON. If news bulletin
starts when this function is ON, “NEWS” is displayed and
news is received. If “20min” is has been set, reception of
another news bulletin will not start for 20 minutes. The
news bulletin volume is the same level that was set for
Traffic Information.
• Forced MONO
Strong electrical fields (such as from power lines) may
cause unstable sound quality when it is set to ON. In such
a situation, turn it OFF.
• TI (Traffic information)
When the function is set to ON, “TI” indicator is ON.
If traffic bulletin starts when the function is ON,
“Traffic INFO” is displayed and traffic information is
received.
If the volume is adjusted during reception of traffic
information, the adjusted volume is memorized
automatically. The memorized volume will be applied next
time the Traffic Information function is turned ON.
Station Preset Memory
Putting a station in the memory.
1 Select the radio band and tune in a desired
radio station you wish to store in the preset
memory
2 Enter the Preset Memory mode
Press the [PRESET] button.
The “Preset List”, “Mixed Preset List”, and normal
display are displayed in order each time you press
this button.
3 Select the number to put in the memory
Turn the [VOL] knob and press [VOL] knob for
at least 2 seconds when the desired item is
displayed.
Select a preset number.
Display
“-01”/ “01”
“-02”/ “02”
“-06”/ “06”
“-18”
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• You can register up to 18 FM stations and 6 AM stations.
Selecting “Mixed Preset List” allows you to register up
to six stations including FM and AM regardless of the
selected source.
Cancelling the Preset Memory mode
Press the [MENU] button.
Auto Memory Entry
Putting stations with good reception in the memory
automatically.
1 Select the radio band you wish to store in the
preset memory
2 Enter Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button.
3 Enter Auto Memory Entry mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Settings” > “Auto Memory”.
4 Open Auto Memory Entry
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “YES”.
When 18 stations (FM) or 6 stations (AM) that can
be received are put in the memory, auto memory
entry closes.
Preset Tuning
Recalling the stations in the memory.
1 Select the radio band
2 Enter the Preset Memory mode
Press the [PRESET] button.
The “Preset List”, “Mixed Preset List”, and normal
display are displayed in order each time you press
this button.
3 Select a desired station in the memory
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Overview
Preset number 1. (FM/ AM/ Mixed)
Preset number 2. (FM/ AM/ Mixed)
…
PRESET
Preset number 6. (FM/ AM/ Mixed)
…
SRC MENU VOL
Preset number 18. (FM)
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Tuner Operation
Function of remote control
Direct Access Tuning
Tuning in a desired radio station by entering the
frequency.
1 Select the radio band
2 Enter Direct Access Tuning mode
Press the [DIRECT] button on the remote
control.
“– – – –” is displayed.
3 Enter the frequency
Press the number buttons on the remote
control.
Example:
Desired frequency
92.1 MHz (FM)
810 kHz (AM)
Press button
[9], [2], [1]
[8], [1], [0]
4 Tune in to the entered frequency
Press the [4] or [¢] button.
Cancelling Direct Access Tuning
Press the [DIRECT] button on the remote
control.
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• You can enter the FM band frequency in steps of a
minimum of 0.1 MHz.
PTY (Program Type)
Program Type Preset
Selecting the Program Type below and searching
for a station.
Putting the Program Type in the Preset button
memory and quick recall.
Program Type
Speech
Music
News
Current Affairs
Information
Sport
Education
Drama
Culture
Science
Varied
Pop Music
Rock Music
Easy Listening
Music
Light Classical
Display
“Speech”
“Music”
“News”
“Affairs”
“Info”
“Sport”
“Educate”
“Drama”
“Culture”
“Science”
“Varied”
“Pop M”
“Rock M”
“Easy M”
“Light M”
Program Type
Serious Classical
Other Music
Weather
Finance
Children’s programs
Social Affairs
Religion
Phone In
Travel
Leisure
Jazz Music
Country Music
National Music
Oldies Music
Folk Music
Documentary
Display
“Classics”
“Other M”
“Weather”
“Finance”
“Children”
“Social”
“Religion”
“Phone In”
“Travel”
“Leisure”
“Jazz”
“Country”
“Nation M”
“Oldies”
“Folk M”
“Document”
• Speech and Music include the Program type shown
below.
Speech: Items in the white letters.
Music: Items in the black letters.
1 Select the FM band
Press the [PRESET] button for at least 1 second.
Select “FM”.
2 Enter Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button.
3 Enter PTY mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “PTY Search”.
4 Select the Program Type
Turn the [VOL] knob.
5 Search for the selected Program Type station
Press the [4] or [¢] button.
6 Exit PTY mode
Press the [MENU] button.
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• This function cannot be used during a traffic bulletin or
AM reception.
• When the selected Program Type is not found, “NO PTY”
is displayed. Select another Program Type.
• The operation ends automatically if you do not operate
within 30 seconds.
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Presetting the Program Type
1 Select the Program Type to preset
Refer to <PTY (Program Type)> (page 23).
2 Enter Program Type Preset mode
Press the [PRESET] button.
3 Select the number to put in the memory
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it for at least 2
seconds when the desired item is displayed.
Select preset number.
Recalling the preset Program Type
1 Enter PTY mode
Refer to <PTY (Program Type)> (page 23).
2 Enter Program Type Preset mode
Press the [PRESET] button.
3 Select a desired Program Type in the memory
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select preset number.
Changing Language for PTY Function
Selecting the Program Type display language as
follows.
Language
English
Spanish
French
Dutch
Display
“English”
“Spanish”
“French”
“Dutch”
Language
Norwegian
Portuguese
Swedish
German
Display
“Norwegian”
“Portuguese”
“Swedish”
“German”
1 Enter PTY mode
Refer to <PTY (Program Type)> (page 23).
2 Enter Changing Language mode
Press the [VOL] knob.
3 Select the language
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select a language.
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Getting Started of Bluetooth
SRC
VOL
7 The receiver is connected to a Bluetooth
device, with “HF CONNECT” or “AUDIO
CONNECT” displayed, and exits the easy
pairing mode.
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• If an error code is displayed during paring, see
<Troubleshooting Guide> (page 77).
Easy pairing function
1 Enter easy pairing mode
Press the [ ] button for at least 1 second.
Any of the following is displayed depending on
Bluetooth device registration condition:
–“Searching”: When registering a Bluetooth device
for the first time.
–“(Bluetooth device name)”: When a Bluetooth
device has already been registered.
–“Device Full”: When maximum of five Bluetooth
devices have already been registered.
When registering a Bluetooth device for the
first time (Registering a Bluetooth device)
2 “Searching” is displayed.
Search for the Bluetooth device.
When search is completed, “Finished” is displayed.
3 Select a Bluetooth device name
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
4 “Confirm Device” is displayed.
If “Pairing Success” is displayed, proceed to step 7.
If “PIN code” is displayed, proceed to steps 5.
If “*** NG” is displayed, press the volume knob.
Proceed to steps 4.
5 Input the PIN code
1.Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select the digit.
2.Turn the [VOL] knob to select the numbers,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
6 Transmit the PIN code
Press the [VOL] knob for at least 1 second.
If “Pairing Success” is displayed, registration is
completed.
When “Confirm Device” is displayed, confirm
connection with a Bluetooth device operation.
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When a Bluetooth device has already been
registered, or maximum of five Bluetooth
devices have already been registered/ selecting
a Bluetooth device
2 “(Bluetooth device name)” or “Device Full” is
displayed.
3 Select a Bluetooth device name
Turn the [VOL] knob.
✍✍To register a new Bluetooth device, select
“Device Search”, then go to <When registering a
Bluetooth device for the first time>.
4 Press the [VOL] knob.
5 Select the profile for the device to connect
Turn the [VOL] knob.
✍✍ “HF” (HFP), “AUD” (A2DP), or “H&A” (HFP and A2DP)
indicates the corresponding profile.
6 Set up the Bluetooth device name
Press the [VOL] knob.
“✱H✱A (device name)”: The selected Bluetooth
device is busy.
“-H-A (device name)”: The selected Bluetooth
device is on standby.
“ “ (blank) (device name): The Bluetooth device is
deselected.
✍✍If a Bluetooth device is already selected, deselect
it, and then select a different one.
5 Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “YES”.
Registering from Bluetooth devices
(Pairing)
To make your Bluetooth device (cell-phone) usable
with this unit, you need to register it (pairing). You
can register up to 5 Bluetooth devices to this unit.
1 Turn on this unit
Press the [SRC] button.
2 Start registering this unit by operating the
Bluetooth device.
By operating the Bluetooth device, register the
hands-free unit or audio unit (pairing). Select
“KENWOOD BT CD/R-6P1” from the list of found
units.
3 Enter a PIN code
Input the PIN code (“0000”) in the Bluetooth
device.
Check that registration is complete on the
Bluetooth device.
✍✍PIN code is set to “0000” as the default. You can
change this code. Refer to <Registering PIN
Code> (page 56).
4 By operating the Bluetooth device, start
hands-free connection.
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• If there are 5 or more Bluetooth devices registered, you
cannot register a new Bluetooth device.
✍✍ “H” (HFP) or “A” (A2DP) indicates the corresponding
profile.
7 Exit easy pairing mode
Press the [
] button.
Deleting the registered Bluetooth device
2 “(Bluetooth device name)” or “Device Full” is
displayed.
3 Select a Bluetooth device name
Turn the [VOL] knob.
4 Delete the selected Bluetooth device
Press the [VOL] knob for at least 2 seconds.
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Bluetooth Audio Operation
SRC MENU VOL
Play mode
You can select a Play Mode, such as Random play
and Repeat play.
1 Select Bluetooth audio source
2 Enter Menu List mode
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Basic Operation
Selecting Bluetooth Audio source
Press the [SRC] button.
Select the “BT AUDIO” display.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
Press the [MENU] button.
3 Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Play Mode”.
4 Select the Play Mode
Turn the [VOL] knob.
Display
“File Repeat”
“Random”
Pause and play
Press the [38] button.
(
Music Search
Press the [4] or [¢] button.
5 Make a setting
Fast Forward or Fast Backward of the Song
Hold down the [4] or [¢] button.
6 Exit Play Mode
Active device Switching
Press the [38] button for at least 1 second.
Overview
When set to “ON”, plays the music repeatedly.
“ON” / “OFF”
When set to “ON”, plays the music in the
folder randomly.
“ON” / “OFF”
: Factory setting)
Press the [VOL] knob.
Press the [MENU] button.
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• All or some of the operations above cannot be
performed if the Bluetooth audio player is not ready for
remote control.
• Switching to the Bluetooth audio source does not start
or stop playback automatically. Perform the operation for
starting or stopping playback.
• Some audio players cannot be controlled remotely or
reconnected after Bluetooth disconnection. Operate the
main unit of the audio player to connect Bluetooth.
• Two audio devices can be connected simultaneously.
• Speakers from which audio is output change depending
on the Bluetooth setting “Bluetooth HF/Audio”. The
default is Front. Refer to <Bluetooth Setting> (page
53)
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Operation of hands-free phoning
SRC MENU VOL
DISP
Call Waiting
Making a Call
Calling a Number in the Phone Book
Answering Another Incoming Call with the
Current Call Suspended
1 Enter Bluetooth mode
Dial the phone number in the phone book of your
cell phone.
If the phone book has not been downloaded to this
unit, operate the cell-phone to download it.
1 Press the [ ] button.
2 Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
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Receiving a Call
Answering a Phone Call
Press the [ ] button.
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• The following operations disconnect the line:
- Insert a CD.
- Connect a USB device.
• The name of the calling party is displayed if it has already
been registered in the Phone Book.
Rejecting an Incoming Call
Press the [SRC] button.
During a Call
Disconnecting a Call
Press the [ ] or [SRC] button.
Switching to the Private Mode
Press the [38] button.
Switches between Private talk (“PRIVATE”) and
Hands-free talk each time this button is pressed.
⁄
• Depending on the type of your cell-phone, switching
to the private talk mode may select the source that was
used before commencing the hands-free connection.
If this happens, the source cannot be switched back to
the hands-free talk mode by operating this unit. Operate
your cell-phone to return to the hands-free talk mode.
Adjusting the Voice Volume during a Call
Turn the [VOL] knob.
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desired item is displayed.
Select “Answer”.
Answering another Incoming Call after
Terminating the Current Call
Press the [ ] or [SRC] button.
Continuing the Current Call
1 Press the [ ] button.
2 Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Reject”.
Answering the Waiting Call after Terminating
the Current Call
Press the [ ] or [SRC] button.
Switching between the Current Call and Waiting
Call
Press the [VOL] knob.
Each pressing of this knob switches the calling
party.
Other Functions
Clearing the Disconnection Message
Press the [ ] button.
“HF Disconnect” disappears.
Press the [
] button.
2 Select a dialing method
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Display
“Preset Call”
“Phonebook”
Overview
Calling a number in the preset.
Selecting the character to be searched for the
phone book.
“Outgoing Calls” Calling a number in the outgoing call list.
“Incoming Calls” Calling a number in the incoming call list.
“Missed Calls”
Calling a number in the missed calls list.
“Number Dial” Making a call by entering phone number.
Operation method of each mode is described
below.
3 Exit the dialing method mode
Press the [
] button.
Speed Dialing (Preset Dial)
1 Enter Bluetooth mode
Press the [
] button.
2 Select the preset dial mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Preset call”.
3 Select the number you want to recall from the
1 Enter Bluetooth mode
Press the [
] button.
2 Select the Phone Book mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Phonebook”.
3 Select the character to be searched for
Operation type
Move to the next character.
Determine the selected
character.
Operation
Turn the [VOL] knob.
Press the [VOL] knob.
4 Select the name or phone number
Turn the [VOL] knob.
✍✍Switching between Display Modes
Press the [DISP] button.
Pressing this button each time switches between
name and telephone number.
5 Make a call
Press the [VOL] knob.
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• During search, a non-accent character such as “u” is
searched for instead of an accent character such as “ü”.
memory
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select preset number.
Phone number is displayed.
4 Make a call
Press the [VOL] knob.
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• You need to register the preset dial number. Refer to
<Registering to the Preset Dial Number List> (page 32).
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Operation of hands-free phoning
Calling a Number in the Call log
Dial a Number
Making a call by voice dialing
1 Enter Bluetooth mode
1 Enter Bluetooth mode
You can make a voice call using the voice
recognition function of the cell-phone.
2 Select the call log mode
2 Select the number dial mode
1 Enter Voice tag mode
Press the [
] button.
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Outgoing Calls”, “Incoming Calls”, or
“Missed Calls”.
3 Select a name or phone number
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
✍✍Switching between Display Modes
Press the [DISP] button.
Pressing this button each time switches between
name and telephone number.
4 Make a call
Press the [VOL] knob.
⁄
• The outgoing call list and the incoming call list, and the
missed call list are the lists of calls originated from and
received at this unit. They are not the ones stored in the
cell-phone memory.
Press the [
] button.
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Number Dial”.
3 Enter a phone number
1.Turn the [VOL] knob to select the numbers,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select the digit.
2.Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Move to the next digit.
• Press the number ([1] – [0]), #([FM]), *([AM]), or
+([¢]) button on the remote controller.
✍✍To erase the entered phone number digit
by digit:
Press the [4] button on the remote
controller.
4 Make a call
• Press the [VOL] knob.
• Press the [DIRECT] button on the remote
controller.
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• You can input max 32 digits.
Press the [VOL] button for at least 1 second.
“Voice Tag” is displayed.
2 Have the cell-phone recognize your spoken
word
Pronounce the name registered in the cellphone.
The recognized phone number (name) is displayed.
Exit the Voice tag mode
Press the [VOL] button for at least 1 second.
⁄
• If “No Support” is displayed, your cell-phone does not
support the voice recognition function.
• If “No Active device” is displayed, your cell-phone cannot
start voice recognition.
• Audio sound is not output during voice recognition.
Registering to the Preset Dial Number
List
1 Select the phone number you wish to register
Select the phone number with reference to the
following:
- Calling a Number in the Phone Book (page 30)
- Calling a Number in the Call log (page 31)
- Dial a Number (page 31)
2 Enter Preset Memory mode
Press the [VOL] button for at least 1 second.
3 Select the preset number to put in the
memory
Turn the [VOL] knob.
Select the preset number.
4 Determine the preset number to put in the
memory
Press the [VOL] knob for at least 2 seconds.
Exit the Preset Memory mode
Press the [MENU] button.
Display of Phone Number type
(category)
The category items in the Phone Book are displayed
as follows:
Display
“GENERAL” / “
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General
“HOME” / “
”
Home
“OFFICE” / “
”
Office
“MOBILE” / “
”
Mobile
“OTHER” / “
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Display Settings
SRC MENU VOL
PRESET
Display Setting
You can select following Display Setting items.
1 Select the source
4
¢
Pressing the [SRC] button repeatedly switches
source.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
Basic Operation
2 Enter Menu List mode
Switching display
Press the [DISP] button.
3 Enter Display Setting mode
Mode
5-line display mode
3-line display mode
iPod-like display
mode
Spectrum analyzer
display mode
Clock display mode
Display off mode
Display Type
Displays 4 to 5 lines of text.
Displays 2 to 3 lines of text.
Displays like iPod. (iPod source only)
Displays a line of text and the spectrum analyzer.
Displays the clock.
Turns off the display and illumination..
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• When the 5-line display mode is selected, the status (ON/
OFF indicator of each function) can be displayed on the
first line, and the icon of the currently selected source and
the text information title can be displayed on the left side
by the following <Customization of 5-line Display Mode &
3-line Display Mode & iPod-like Display Mode> (page 35)
operation.
Status display: Select “Settings” > “DISP & ILLUMI” > “Display
Select” > “Status”
Side display: Select “Settings” > “DISP & ILLUMI” > “Display
Select” > “Side Select”
• When “Display off mode” is selected, you can select only
“Type Select” for “Display Select”.
Text scroll
Press the [DISP] button for at least 1 second.
The displayed text scrolls.
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Press the [MENU] button.
“ILLUMI MSC
SYNC”
Sets whether the key illumination color is
changed in conjunction with the sound volume.
“OFF”/ “ON”
(
: Factory setting)
5 Make a setting
Turn the [VOL] knob to select a setting value,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
6 Exit Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second,
and then press it again briefly.
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Settings” > “DISP & ILLUMI”.
4 Select the setting item to adjust
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Display
“Settings”
“DISP & ILLUMI”
“Display Select”
“Color Select”
Overview
Making Display and Illumination settings.
Selecting and customizing the Display type.
Selecting the Illumination Color of the panel.
Refer to <Illumination Color Selection>
(page 37)
“Display
Reduces the display Illumination brightness.
Dimmer”
“Auto”: Dims the illumination in conjunction
with the Light switch of the vehicle.
“Manual1”: Dims the illumination constantly.
“Manual2”: Dims the illumination darker than
Manual1.
“OFF”: Does not dim the illumination.
“Contrast”
Adjusting the display contrast.
“1” - “5” - “12”
“DISP N/P”
Switches the panel display between positive
or negative.
“POSI1”/ “POSI2”/ “NEGA1”/ “NEGA2”
“Text Scroll”
Specifies whether the text is scrolled
automatically.
“Auto”/ “Once”/ “OFF”
“BT DVC Status” You can display the connection status.
Cell-phone/ BT Audio
“ILLUMI
Reduces the key Illumination brightness.
Dimmer”
“Auto”: Dims the illumination in conjunction
with the Light switch of the vehicle.
“Manual1”: Dims the illumination constantly.
“Manual2”: Dims the illumination darker than
Manual1.
“OFF”: Does not dim the illumination.
“ILLUMI Effect” Sets whether the key illumination brightness is
changed in conjunction with the key operation.
“OFF”/ “ON”
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Display Settings
Customization of 5-line Display Mode
& 3-line Display Mode & iPod-like
Display Mode
You can customize the display of the 5-line display
mode, 3-line display mode, and iPod-like display
mode.
1 Select the source
Pressing the [SRC] button repeatedly switches
source.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
2 Enter Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button.
3 Enter Display Setting mode and Select the
5-line display mode, 3-line display mode or
iPod-like display mode.
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Settings” > “DISP & ILLUMI” > “Display
Select” > “Type Select” > 5-line display mode
or 3-line display mode or iPod-like display
mode.
4 Select the setting item to adjust
“Side Select”
“Text Select”
“Status”
Setting
Selects from 5-line display mode, 3-line display
mode, or iPod-like display mode.
Sets the source display.
Text/ Icon/ Disappear
Sets the text display.
1. Turn the [VOL] knob to select the text
display part, and then press the [VOL]
knob.
The selected text display part blinks.
2. Turn the [VOL] knob to select the text,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
Sets the Status display of the 5-line display mode.
Appear/ Disappear
(
In Bluetooth audio source
Radio text (“Radio Text”)
Spectrum analyzer & Clock
(“Speana/Clock”)
Date (“Date”)
Blank (“Blank”)
3-line display mode
Radio text (“Radio Text”)
Spectrum analyzer & Clock
(“Speana/Clock”)
Date (“Date”)
Blank (“Blank”)
* Information of Radio text plus is displayed.
In AM Tuner source
Frequency (“Frequency”)
Spectrum analyzer & Clock
(“Speana/Clock”)
Date (“Date”)
Blank (“Blank”)
: Factory setting)
5 Make a setting
Play time bar (“Time Bar”) : iPod
only
Spectrum analyzer & Clock
(“Speana/Clock”)
Date (“Date”)
Blank (“Blank”)
3-line display mode
Title & Artist (“Title/Artist”)
Album & Artist (“Album/Artist”)
Folder name (“Folder Name”)
File name (“File Name”)
Play time (“P-Time”)
Play time bar (“Time Bar”) : iPod
only
Spectrum analyzer & Clock
(“Speana/Clock”)
Date (“Date”)
Blank (“Blank”)
iPod-like display mode
Song title (“Song Title”)
Album name (“Album Name”)
Spectrum analyzer & Clock
(“Speana/Clock”)
Date (“Date”)
Blank (“Blank”)
Bluetooth audio (“Source Name”)
Title & Artist (“Title/Artist”)
Album & Artist (“Album/Artist”)
Spectrum analyzer & Clock
(“Speana/Clock”)
Date (“Date”)
Blank (“Blank”)
Disc title (“Disc Title”)
Track title (“Track Title”)
Play time (“P-Time”)
Spectrum analyzer & Clock
(“Speana/Clock”)
Date (“Date”)
Blank (“Blank”)
In Auxiliary input source
Source name (“Source Name”)
Spectrum analyzer & Clock
(“Speana/Clock”)
Source name (“Source Name”)
Date (“Date”)
Date (“Date”)
Blank (“Blank”)
1 Select the source
Pressing the [SRC] button repeatedly switches
source.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
2 Enter Menu List mode
3 Enter the Display Setting mode and select the
Spectrum analyzer display mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Settings” > “DISP & ILLUMI” > “Display
Select” > “Type Select” > Spectrum analyzer
display mode.
4 Select the setting item to adjust
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Clock (“Clock”)
Blank (“Blank”)
⁄
• If the selected display item does not have any information,
alternative information is displayed.
• Some items cannot be selected depending on the display
type and row.
• When selecting “Folder name” while playing with iPod,
names will be displayed depending on currently selected
browsing items.
• If the APP & iPod Mode is set to on while playing the iPod,
“APP & iPod Mode” is displayed.
• If all characters cannot be displayed while playing with iPod,
the file number in the list is displayed.
Information
Music title
Folder name
File name
You can customize the display of the Spectrum
analyzer display mode.
Press the [MENU] button.
In Music CD source
In Standby
In USB/ SD/ iPod/ Audio file source
Song title (“Song Title”)
Album name (“Album Name”)
Artist name (“Artist Name”)
Folder name (“Folder Name”)
File name (“File Name”)
Play time (“P-Time”)
Bluetooth audio (“Source Name”)
Song title (“Song Title”)
Artist name (“Artist Name”)
Album name (“Album Name”)
3-line display mode
* Information of Radio text plus is displayed.
Frequency & Program Service
name (“Frequency/PS”)
Song title & Artist name*
(“Title/Artist”)
Station name* (“Station Name”)
Radio text plus* (“Radio Text
Plus”)
Customization of Spectrum Analyzer
Display Mode
5-line display mode
5-line display mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Display
“Display Select”
“Type Select”
Text Display Selection
In FM Tuner source
Frequency & Program Service
name (“Frequency/PS”)
Song title* (“Song Title”)
Artist name* (“Artist Name”)
Station name* (“Station Name”)
Radio text plus* (“Radio Text
Plus”)
Display
“Display Select”
“Type Select”
“Graphic
Select”
“Text Select”
Setting
Selects the Spectrum analyzer display mode.
Changes the display of the Spectrum analyzer
display mode.
Sets the text display.
5 Make a setting
Turn the [VOL] knob to select a setting value,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
6 Exit Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second,
and then press it again briefly.
Display
“TITLE***”
“FLD***”
“FILE***”
Artist name (“Artist Name”)
Blank (“Blank”)
Turn the [VOL] knob to select a setting value,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
6 Exit Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second,
and then press it again briefly.
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Display Settings
Customization of Clock Display Mode
Illumination Color Selection
Auxiliary Input Display Setting
You can customize the display of the Clock Display
mode.
Selecting the Illumination Color of the panel.
Selecting the display when changing to Auxiliary
input source.
1 Select the source
Pressing the [SRC] button repeatedly switches
source.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
2 Enter Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button.
3 Enter Display Setting mode and Select the
Clock Display
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Settings” > “DISP & ILLUMI” > “Display
Select” > “Type Select” > Clock Display mode.
4 Select the setting item to adjust
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Display
“Display Select”
“Type Select”
“Graphic
Select”
Setting
Selects the Clock Display mode.
Switches between single and dual clock.
5 Make a setting
Turn the [VOL] knob to select a setting value,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
6 Exit Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second,
and then press it again briefly.
1 Enter Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button.
2 Enter Illumination color selection mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Settings” > “DISP & ILLUMI” > “Color
Select”.
3 Select the place where you want to set the
Illumination Color
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Display
“All”
“Display”
“Key”
Place
Display and key
Display
Key
4 Select the Illumination Color
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select the color from “Variable Scan”/ “Color1” —
“Color 24”/ “User”.
Creating “User” color
You can create your original color during the
selection from “Color1” — “Color24.”
The color you created can be called when you
select “User”.
1.Press the [VOL] knob for at least 1 second.
Enter the detail color adjustment mode.
2.Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select the color to adjust. (red, green, or
blue).
3.Turn the [VOL] knob to adjust color (Range: 0
– 9), and then press the [VOL] knob.
4.Press the [MENU] button.
Exit the detail color adjustment mode.
1 Select the AUX source
Pressing the [SRC] button repeatedly switches
source.
Select the “AUX” display.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
2 Enter Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button.
3 Enter Auxiliary input display setting mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Settings” > “AUX Name Set”.
4 Select the Auxiliary input display
Turn the [VOL] knob.
Select “AUX”, “DVD”, “PORTABLE”, “GAME”, “VIDEO”, or
“TV”
5 Exit Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second,
and then press it again briefly.
⁄
• AUX source is initially set to “OFF”. Before display setting,
set “Built in AUX” described in <Initial Settings> (page
41) to “ON”.
5 Exit Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second,
and then press it again briefly.
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Clock and Other Functions
Release
4 Set the Clock & Date setting items
MENU VOL
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
5 Exit Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second,
and then press it again briefly.
SRC
Clock Adjustment
Clock & Date display type setting
You can adjust the clock.
Sets the display type of the clock and calendar.
1 Enter Menu List mode
1 Enter Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button.
✍✍When “Clock display mode” is selected in the
Display Setting mode, pressing the [DISP] button
for at least 1 second allows you to select “Clock &
Date” directly.
2 Enter the Clock & Date setting mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Settings” > “Clock & Date”.
3 Select the desired Clock & Date setting item
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Display
“Settings”
“Clock & Date”
“Clock Adjust”
Overview
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2 Enter Clock adjustment mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Settings” > “Clock & Date” > “Clock
Adjust”.
3 Adjusting Clock
1.Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select hours or minutes.
2.Turn the [VOL] knob to select a setting value,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
3.Press the [MENU] button.
4 Exit Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second,
and then press it again briefly.
Sets the clock.
Refer to <Clock Adjustment> (page
39)
“City Select”
Sets the two cities to be displayed when
dual clock mode is selected for “Graphic
Select”. Refer to <Customization of Clock
Display Mode> (page 37), <Dual
clock city setting> (page 40).
“Time Synchronized” Synchronizing the Radio Data System
station time data and this unit’s clock.
“OFF”/ “ON”
“Summer Time”
Advances the clock one hour when set
to ON.
“OFF”/ “ON”
“Sub Clock Adjust” Adjusts the time difference caused by
summer time.
“-1h”/ “0h”/ “+1h”
“Date Adjust”
Sets the date.
Refer to <Date Adjustment> (page
40)
“Date Mode Select” Sets the date display mode.
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Press the [MENU] button.
Date Adjustment
Dual clock city setting
You can adjust the date.
You can select cities for two clocks.
1 Enter Menu List mode
1 Enter Menu List mode
2 Enter Clock adjustment mode
2 Enter City Select mode
3 Adjusting Date
3 Select the city (Home or Sub) display part
Press the [MENU] button.
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Settings” > “Clock & Date” > “Date
Adjust”.
1.Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select month, day or year.
2.Turn the [VOL] knob to select a setting value,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
3.Press the [MENU] button.
4 Exit Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second,
and then press it again briefly.
Press the [MENU] button.
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Settings” > “Clock & Date” > “City
Select”.
Turn the [VOL] knob.
4 Set cities for Home/ Sub
Press the [VOL] knob.
5 Exit Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second,
and then press it again briefly.
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• To display the clocks of two cities, select dual clock
mode for “Graphic Select” described in <Customization
of Clock Display Mode> (page 37).
• For adjustment of Home time, refer to <Clock
Adjustment> (page 39).
• Time of Sub City is automatically derived from Home
time.
When summer time systems are different between
Home and Sub cities, adjustment can be done by
referring to “Sub Clock Adjust” of <Clock & Date display
type setting> (page 39).
Remarks
• City Select
Set a time zone for your area as “Home”. When you set a
time zone for different area to the “Sub”, clocks for two
time zones can be displayed on the clock display. See
<Customization of Clock Display Mode> (page 37).
For time zone list, see <City list> (page 69).
: Factory setting)
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Clock and Other Functions
Initial Settings
“Forced CD-DA”
You can select following Initial Setting items.
1 Select the Standby
Pressing the [SRC] button repeatedly switches
source.
Select the “STANDBY” display.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
2 Enter Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button.
“Built in AMP”
“DSI”
“F/W Update”
3 Enter Initial Setting mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Initial Settings”.
4 Select the setting item to adjust
Turn the [VOL] knob.
Display
“Initial Settings”
“SRC Select”
Overview
Sets the source selection method.
“Settings 1”/ “2”
“Beep”
Setting the operation check sound (beep sound)
ON/OFF.
“OFF”/ “ON”
“Russian”
When this is set to ON, the following character
strings are displayed in Russian:
Folder name/ File name/ Song title/ Artist
name/ Album name
“OFF”/ “ON”
“Menu Language” You can select the display language for the
Menu list item.
“English”/ “Français”/ ”Español”/ “Deutsch”/
“Italiano”/ “Pyccкий”
“Power OFF Wait” Setting the timer to turn this unit’s power OFF
automatically when Standby mode continues.
Using this setting can save the vehicle’s battery
power.
“-----”/: Power OFF Timer function is OFF.
“20min”/ “40min”/ “60min”: Turns the power
OFF after minutes.
“Built in AUX”
When this is set to ON, AUX source can be
selected.
“ON”: Allows AUX source to be selected. Use
this setting when the built-in AUX terminal
is connected to the external equipment all
the time.
“OFF”: Disable AUX source selection. Use this
setting when the built-in AUX terminal is
not used.
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Sets the CD read mode.
“Settings 1”: Automatically distinguishes
between audio file disc and music CD when
playing disc.
“Settings 2”: Forces playing as music CD.
Selecting “OFF” turns off the built-in amplifier.
Turning off the built-in amplifier improves the
quality of the sound from Preout.
“OFF”/ “ON”
DSI (Disabled System Indicator) of the unit blinks
when the faceplate is removed.
“OFF”/ “ON”
Updates the firmware. The update information
will be posted on the following URL as
necessary.
www.kenwood.com/cs/ce/
(
: Factory setting)
5 Make a setting
Turn the [VOL] knob to select a setting value,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
6 Exit Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second,
and then press it again briefly.
Demonstration mode Setting
Theft Deterrent Faceplate
Turning the demonstration mode ON/OFF.
The faceplate of the unit can be detached and
taken with you, helping to deter theft.
1 Enter Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button.
2 Enter Demonstration mode setting
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “DEMO Mode”.
3 Set the Demonstration mode
Removing the Faceplate
1 Press the Release button.
Drop open the faceplate.
2 Drawing the faceplate to left side pull it to
forward and remove it.
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “ON” or “OFF”.
4 Exit Menu List mode
Press the [MENU] button.
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• The faceplate is a precision piece of equipment and can
be damaged by shocks or jolts.
• Keep the faceplate in its faceplate case while detached.
• Do not expose the faceplate (and the faceplate case) to
direct sunlight or excessive heat or humidity. Also avoid
places with too much dust or the possibility of water
splashing.
Reattaching the Faceplate
1 Align the shaft on the unit with the depression
on the faceplate.
2 Push the faceplate in until it clicks.
The faceplate is locked in place, allowing you to
use the unit.
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Audio Adjustments
“Sound Elevation”
SRC MENU VOL
“Volume offset”
“Rear Mute”
4 38 ¢
“SubWoofer Mute”*
“Preset”*
Audio Control
You can adjust following Audio Setting items.
Display
“SubWoofer Level”*
“Preset Equalizer”*
“Manual Equalizer”*
“Pro Setup”
“DSP Set”*
“Car Type”*
“Speaker Setting”*
“X’Over”*
“DTA Settings”*
“Zone Control”
“Sound
Enhancements”*
“Supreme”
“HIGWAY-SOUND”
“Space Enhancer”
“Sound Realizer”
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Overview
You can set subwoofer level.
“–15” — “0” — “+15”
Sets the sound quality.
- Preset Equalizer curve Select (page
44).
Sets the sound quality.
- Manual Equalizer Control (page 45).
“Bypass”: Disables the DSP function.
“Through”: Enables the DSP function.
To get clear sound, set the sound
environment according to the location and
size of physically installed speakers with
reference to the followings:
- Car Type Selection (page 47).
- Speaker Setting (page 47).
- X’Over Setting (page 48).
- Listening Position Selection (page
49).
- Listening Position Fine Adjustments
(page 49).
- Channel Level Fine Adjustments (page
50).
Sets the Dual Zone System.
- Dual Zone System (page 45).
.
Turns ON/OFF the Supreme function.
Can be set while Audio file source of USB/
SD/CD and iPod source.
“ON”/ “OFF”
Compensates the low volume or bass
sound being lost by road noises to make
vocal sound clearer.
“OFF”/ “Low”/ “Middle”/ “High”
Virtually enhances the sound space using
the DSP.
“OFF”/ “Small”/ “Medium”/ “Large”
Virtually makes the sound more realistic
using the DSP.
“OFF”/ “Level1”/ “Level2”/ “Level3”
“Bass Boost”*
“Loudness”*
“Balance”/ “Fader”
Virtually raises the sound field using
the DSP.
“OFF”/ “Low”/ “Middle”/ “High”
Sets each source’s volume as a difference
from the basic volume.
“–8” — “0” (AUX: “–8”— “+8”)
Sets the Rear channel Mute.
“ON”/ “OFF”
Sets the Subwoofer Mute.
“ON”/ “OFF”
Sets the audio preset.
- Audio Preset Memory (page 51).
- Audio Preset Recall (page 52).
Sets the Bass Boost level in 3 steps.
“OFF”/ “Level1”/ “Level2”/ “Level3”
Makes the sounds at high and low
frequencies louder.
“OFF”/ “Low”/ “High”
Adjusts left/right and front/rear speaker
balance.
(Left) “L15” — “0” — “R15” (Right)
(Rear) “R15” — “0” — “F15” (Front)*
( : Factory setting)
* This setting cannot be made when “2 Zone” (Dual Zone
System) is set to ON.
1 Select the source
Pressing the [SRC] button repeatedly switches
source.
Select a source other than “STANDBY”.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
2 Enter Audio Control mode
Press the [VOL] knob.
3 Select the setting item to adjust
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
4 Make a setting
Turn the [VOL] knob to select a setting value,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
5 Exit Audio Control mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second.
Remarks
• DSP Set
When “DSP Set” is set to “Bypass”, the DSP function is
disabled , and the colored items can not be set.
• HIGHWAY-SOUND
Increases the volume of faintest sound being lost by road
noises to make the sound more audible. Additionally, it
accentuates bass sound being lost by road noises to make
the bass sound more dynamic.
This function is not effective for the Tuner source.
• Supreme
Natural sound can be reproduced by restoring the
information lost, or the waveforms deformed, due to
audio compression.
This function is effective for compressed music.
• Dual Zone System
Main source and sub source (Auxiliary input) output Front
channel and Rear channel separately.
• Space Enhancer
This function is not effective for the Tuner source.
Preset Equalizer curve Select
You can select following Equalizer curve.
Display
“User”
“Natural”
“Rock”
“Pops”
“Easy”
“Top 40”
“Jazz”
“Powerful”
“iPod”
Equalizer curve
User*
Natural
Rock
Pops
Easy
Top 40
Jazz
Powerful
iPod (During iPod source only)
* The Equalizer curve set in the section <Manual Equalizer
Control> is recalled.
( : Factory setting)
1 Select the source
Pressing the [SRC] button repeatedly switches
source.
Select a source other than “STANDBY”.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
2 Enter Audio Control mode
Press the [VOL] knob.
3 Enter Preset Equalizer mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Preset Equalizer”.
4 Select the Equalizer curve
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
✍✍Select the iPod Equalizer curve
You can select from 22 Equalizer curve types for
iPod when “iPod” is selected.
1.Enter iPod Equalizer mode
Press the [VOL] knob.
2.Select the iPod Equalizer curve
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
5 Exit Audio Control mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second.
⁄
• You can select for each source.
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Audio Adjustments
Manual Equalizer Control
Dual Zone System
You can adjust following Equalizer Control items.
Band
Item
Range
“BAND1” (62.5 Hz) “GAIN” Band level
-9 ­–+9 dB
“ON”/ “OFF”
“B.Ex” Bass Effect
“BAND2” (100 Hz) “GAIN” Band level
-9 ­–+9 dB
“BAND3” (160 Hz) “GAIN” Band level
-9 ­–+9 dB
“BAND4” (250 Hz) “GAIN” Band level
-9 ­–+9 dB
“BAND5” (400 Hz) “GAIN” Band level
-9 ­–+9 dB
“BAND6” (630 Hz) “GAIN” Band level
-9 ­–+9 dB
“BAND7” (1 kHz)
“GAIN” Band level
-9 ­–+9 dB
“BAND8” (1.6 kHz) “GAIN” Band level
-9 ­–+9 dB
“BAND9” (2.5 kHz) “GAIN” Band level
-9 ­–+9 dB
“BAND10” (4 kHz) “GAIN” Band level
-9 ­–+9 dB
“BAND11” (6.3 kHz) “GAIN” Band level
-9 ­–+9 dB
“BAND12” (10 kHz) “GAIN” Band level
-9 ­–+9 dB
“BAND13” (16kHz) “GAIN” Band level
-9 ­–+9 dB
1.35/ 1.5/ 2.0
“BAND1” – “BAND13” “Q” Quality
Main source and sub source (Auxiliary input) output
Front channel and Rear channel separately.
(
: Factory setting)
1 Select the source
Pressing the [SRC] button repeatedly switches
source.
Select a source other than “STANDBY”.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
2 Enter Audio Control mode
Press the [VOL] knob.
3 Enter Manual Equalizer Control mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Manual Equalizer”.
4 Select the setting item to adjust
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
5 Make a setting
Turn the [VOL] knob to select a setting value,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
6 Exit Audio Control mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second.
Display
“2 Zone”
Overview
Sets the Dual Zone System.
“OFF”/ “ON”
“2 Zone Rear Volume”* Adjust the volume of Rear channel.
“0” — “35”
“2 Zone Select”*
Specifies the destination of sub source sound
when the Dual Zone function is turned on.
“Rear”/ “Front”
* The Dual Zone System is set to “ON”.
(
: Factory setting)
1 Select the source
Pressing the [SRC] button repeatedly switches
source.
Select a source other than “STANDBY”.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
2 Enter Audio Control mode
Press the [VOL] knob.
3 Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Pro Setup” > “Zone Control”.
4 Select the item you want to set
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
5 Exit Audio Control mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second.
⁄
•
•
•
•
Select Main source by [SRC] button.
Adjust the volume of Front channel by [VOL] knob.
The Audio Control has no effect on sub source.
There are following limitations when Dual Zone System
is enabled.
- There is no output from the subwoofer.
- “Fader”, “Subwoofer Level” of <Audio Control> (page 43)
and DSP function are not available.
• The Bluetooth audio source can be set exclusively to the
front speaker. Set “2Zone Select” to “Rear”.
⁄
• When “iPod” is selected in the section <Preset Equalizer
curve Select> (page 44), Manual Equalizer Control is
disabled.
• You can select for each source.
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DSP Setup
SRC MENU VOL
X’Over Setting
The speaker X’Over is automatically set when the
position and size of each speaker are selected from
the following items.
Fine adjusting the following setting values
corresponding to the X’Over values set in the
section <Speaker Setting> (page 47).
Speaker
“Front”
4
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Car Type Selection
You can compensate the delay of the sound arrival
time by selecting your environment from the
following car types.
Display
“OFF”
“Compact”
“Sedan”
“Wagon”
“Minivan”
“SUV”
“Passenger Van”
Overview
Not compensating.
Compact car
Sedan
Station wagon
Minivan
Sport-utility vehicle
Passenger van
(
: Factory setting)
1 Select the source
Pressing the [SRC] button repeatedly switches
source.
Select a source other than “STANDBY”.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
2 Enter Audio Control mode
Press the [VOL] knob.
3 Enter Car Type select mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Pro Setup” > “Car Type”.
4 Select the car type
Turn the [VOL] knob.
5 Set the value
Press the [VOL] button.
6 Exit Audio Control mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second.
⁄
• You can compensate the distances in more details by
using <Listening Position Fine Adjustments> (page 49)
function.
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4 Select the speaker you want to set
Speaker Setting
Item
“SIZE”
Range
Speaker Size Front
“O.E.M.”, “8cm”, “10cm”, “12cm”,
“13cm”, “16cm”, “17cm”, “18cm”, “4x6”,
“5x7”, “6x8”, “6x9”, “7x10”
“LOCATION” Speaker Location Front
“Door”, “On Dash”, “Under Dash”
“TWEETER” Speaker Range Tweeter
“None”, “Small”, “Middle”, “Large”
“Rear”
“SIZE”
Speaker Size Rear
“None”, “O.E.M.”, “8cm”, “10cm”, “12cm”,
“13cm”, “16cm”, “17cm”, “18cm”, “4x6”,
“5x7”, “6x8”, “6x9”, “7x10”
“LOCATION” Speaker Location Rear
• “Door”, “Rear Deck”
• “2nd Row”, “3rd Row” (Car Type:
“Minivan”, “Passenger Van”)
“SubWoofer” “SIZE”
Speaker Size Subwoofer
“None”, “16cm”, “20cm”, “25cm”,
“30cm”, “38cm Over”
(
Display
“X’Over”
“Front”
Press the [VOL] knob.
3 Enter Speaker setting mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Pro Setup” > “Speaker Setting”.
4 Select the setting item to adjust
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
5 Make a setting
Turn the [VOL] knob to select a setting value,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
6 Exit Audio Control mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second.
“FC”
Front High Pass Filter
Through, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90,
100, 120, 150, 180, 220, 250 (Hz)
Front High Pass Slope
-6, -12, -18, -24 dB/Oct
Front Gain
0, -1, -2, -3, -4, -5, -6, -7, -8 dB
Rear High Pass Filter
Through, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90,
100, 120, 150, 180, 220, 250 (Hz)
Rear High Pass Slope
-6, -12, -18, -24 dB/Oct
Rear Gain
0, -1, -2, -3, -4, -5, -6, -7, -8 dB
Subwoofer Low Pass Filter
30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 120,
150, 180, 220, 250, Through (Hz)
Subwoofer Slope
-6, -12, -18, -24 dB/Oct
Subwoofer Gain
0, -1, -2, -3, -4, -5, -6, -7, -8 dB
Subwoofer Phase
Reverse (180°)/ Normal (0°)
Tweeter High Pass Filter
1, 1.6, 2.5, 4, 5, 6.3, 8, 10, 12.5 (kHz)
Tweete Volume
0, -1, -2, -3, -4, -5, -6, -7, -8 dB
“GAIN”
“Rear”
“FC”
“SLOPE”
“GAIN”
“SubWoofer” “FC”
“SLOPE”
1 Select the source
2 Enter Audio Control mode
Range
“SLOPE”
: Factory setting)
Pressing the [SRC] button repeatedly switches
source.
Select a source other than “STANDBY”.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
Item
“GAIN”
“PHASE”
“Tweeter”
“FC”
“Volume”
(
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Front”, “Rear”, “SubWoofer” or “Tweeter”.
5 Select the setting item to adjust
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
6 Make a setting
Turn the [VOL] knob to select a setting value,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
7 Repeat steps 4 to 6 to complete the X’Over
settings.
8 Exit Audio Control mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second.
: Factory setting)
1 Select the source
Pressing the [SRC] button repeatedly switches
source.
Select a source other than “STANDBY”.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
2 Enter Audio Control mode
Press the [VOL] knob.
3 Enter X’Over setting mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Pro Setup” > “X’Over”.
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DSP Setup
Listening Position Selection
Listening Position Fine Adjustments
The sound environment can be compensated in
accordance with the selected position. According to
the listening position, select the position from the
following settings.
Adjusting fine tuning of the speaker position
compensation value specified at <Car Type
Selection> (page 47).
Display
“ALL”
“Front-Left”
“Front-Right”
“Front”
Compensation seat
Not compensating.
Front-Left seat
Front-Right seat
Front seat
Item
Front speaker
Rear speaker
Subwoofer
Range
0 – 610 cm
0 – 610 cm
0 – 610 cm
(
(
: Factory setting)
1 Select the source
Pressing the [SRC] button repeatedly switches
source.
Select a source other than “STANDBY”.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
2 Enter Audio Control mode
Press the [VOL] knob.
3 Enter Preset position setting mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Pro Setup” > “DTA Settings” > “Preset
Position”.
4 Select the seat you want to compensate
Turn the [VOL] knob to select a setting value,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
5 Exit Audio Control mode
Display
“FRONT”
“REAR”
“SW”
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second.
Pressing the [SRC] button repeatedly switches
source.
Select a source other than “STANDBY”.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
2 Enter Audio Control mode
Press the [VOL] knob.
3 Enter Manual position setting mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Pro Setup” > “DTA Settings” > “DTA”.
4 Select the speaker you want to set
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired value is displayed.
5 Set the value
Setting overview
Front Left speaker
Front Right speaker
Rear Left speaker
Rear Right speaker
Subwoofer Left
Subwoofer Right
Turn the [VOL] knob to select a setting value,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
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.
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Reference point
+100cm
FRONT
FRONT
50cm
Channel Level Fine Adjustments
After DTA compensation, you can finely adjust
the unsatisfactory speaker volume of respective
speaker.
Display
“FRONT”
“REAR”
“SUBWOOFER”
Item
Front speaker
Rear speaker
Subwoofer
: Factory setting)
1 Select the source
Item
“DTA FRONT” / “L”
“DTA FRONT” / “R”
“DTA REAR” / “L”
“DTA REAR” / “R”
“DTA SW / “L”
“DTA SW” / “R”
3 Calculate the distance difference in accordance
with the farthest speaker.
Range
“–8” — “0”
“–8” — “0”
“–8” — “0”
(
80cm
REAR
REAR
150cm
+70cm
+0cm
SUB-W
6 Exit Audio Control mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second.
: Factory setting)
1 Select the source
Pressing the [SRC] button repeatedly switches
source.
Select a source other than “STANDBY”.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
2 Enter Audio Control mode
Press the [VOL] knob.
3 Enter Channel Level setting mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Pro Setup” > “DTA Settings” > “Channel
Level”.
4 Select the speaker you want to set
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired value is displayed.
Item
“CHANNEL LEVEL.
FRONT” / “L”
“CHANNEL LEVEL.
FRONT” / “R”
“CHANNEL LEVEL.
REAR” / “L”
“CHANNEL LEVEL.
REAR” / “R”
“CHANNEL LEVEL.
SUBWOOFER” / “L”
“CHANNEL LEVEL.
SUBWOOFER / “R”
Setting overview
Front Left speaker
Front Right speaker
Rear Left speaker
Rear Right speaker
Subwoofer Left
Subwoofer Right
5 Set the value
Turn the [VOL] knob to select a setting value,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
6 Exit Audio Control mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second.
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DSP Setup
Resetting of DTA Settings
Audio Preset Memory
Audio Preset Recall
You can reset the DTA-compensated values to the
factory settings.
Registering the value setup by Sound Control.
Recalling the sound setup registered by <Audio
Preset Memory> (page 51).
1 Select the source
Pressing the [SRC] button repeatedly switches
source.
Select a source other than “STANDBY”.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
2 Enter Audio Control mode
Press the [VOL] knob.
3 Enter Reset DTA Setting mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Pro Setup” > “DTA Settings” > “Reset
DTA Setting”.
4 Reset the DTA settings
Turn the [VOL] knob to select “YES”, and then
press the [VOL] knob.
1 Setup Sound Control
Refer to the following operations to setup the
Sound Control.
- Manual Equalizer Control (page 45)
- Car Type Selection (page 47)
- Speaker Setting (page 47)
- X’Over Setting (page 48)
- Listening Position Selection (page 49)
- Listening Position Fine Adjustments (page 49)
- Channel Level Fine Adjustments (page 50)
2 Enter Audio preset memory mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Pro Setup” > “Preset” > “Memory”.
3 Select the number to put in the memory
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select a preset number.
4 Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “YES”.
“Memory Completed” is displayed.
5 Exit Audio Control mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second.
⁄
• Register 2 patterns of Audio Preset Memory.
• Preset number “1”:
When you press the Reset, all the sources will be the
setting value which is registered.
• Preset number “1” and “2”:
The memory cannot be erased by the Reset button.
• This function cannot be registered when the iPod
Equalizer set in <Preset Equalizer curve Select> (page 44).
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1 Select the source
Pressing the [SRC] button repeatedly switches
source.
Select a source other than “STANDBY”.
✍✍SRC Select mode 2: Press the [SRC] button and
then turn the [VOL] knob. To determine the
selected source, press the [VOL] knob.
2 Enter Audio preset recall mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “Pro Setup” > “Preset” > “Recall”.
3 Select the number to recall in the memory
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select preset number.
4 Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “YES”.
“Recall Completed” is displayed.
5 Exit Audio Control mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second.
⁄
• The “User” of <Preset Equalizer curve Select> (page 44) is
changed to the value which was recalled.
• The Equalizer curve is changed to the value which was
recalled by the selected source.
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Bluetooth Setup
MENU VOL
4
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Bluetooth Setting
You can select following Bluetooth Setting items.
1 Enter Bluetooth mode
Press the [ ] button.
✍✍You can also select from “Settings” in Menu List
mode.
2 Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “BT Settings”.
3 Select the Menu item
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Display
“SMS Inbox”
Overview
Display the received short message.
Refer to <SMS (Short Message Service)>
(page 59).
“BT Settings”
“Pairing”
“Device Regist.” Register a Bluetooth device (pairing).
Refer to <Registering Bluetooth Device
(Pairing)> (page 55).
“Phone
Select a cell-phone or Bluetooth audio player
Selection”
connection
“Audio Selection” Refer to <Selecting the Bluetooth device You
Wish to Connect> (page 56).
“SPCL DVC
Register a Bluetooth device (pairing).
Select”
Refer to <Registering Bluetooth Device
(Pairing)> (page 55).
“Device Delete” Cancel registration of the Bluetooth device.
Refer to <Deleting a Registered Bluetooth
device> (page 57).
“SMS”
“SMS
Download a short message.
Download”
Refer to <Downloading the SMS> (page
59).
“SMS Reply”
Select a method to reply to the received SMS.
Refer to <SMS reply setting> (page 60).
“SMS Message” Create an original message.
Refer to <Creating an original message>
(page 61).
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“Detailed Setup” Move to detailed item.
“PIN Code Edit” Specify the PIN code required when registering
this unit using the Bluetooth device.
Refer to <Registering PIN Code> (page 56).
“Auto Answer” Answer a call automatically after lapse of the
preset time interval for automatic answer.
“OFF”/ “0s” – “8s” – “99s”
“Auto
Automatically reconnects the selected
Reconnect”
Bluetooth device when radio wave becomes
strong enough, even after it is disconnected.
“ON”/ “OFF”
✍✍ When this function is turned ON, the Bluetooth device
is reconnected if it has been disconnected by selecting
“Phone Selection”/ “Audio Selection”.
“Bluetooth HF/ You can specify output speakers for hands-free
Audio”
voice communication and Bluetooth audio
sound.
“Front”: Outputs audio from the front speakers.
“All”: Outputs audio from the front and rear
speakers.
“Call Beep”
You can output a beep from the speaker when
a call comes in.
“ON”: Beep is heard.
“OFF”: Beep is canceled.
“BT F/W Update” Display the version of the firmware of this unit.
“Mic Gain”
Adjust the sensitivity of the microphone for a
telephone call. Adjust the voice of caller. Setting
to “+” increases the voice volume.
“1” – “20” – “30”
“NR Level”
Reduce the noises generated by surrounding
environment without changing the microphone
volume. Adjust the voice of caller when it is
not clear. Setting to “+” increases the noise
reduction.
“–1” – “0” – “+1”
“Echo Cancel
Adjust the level of echo cancellation. Setting to
Level“
“+” increases the echo cancel reduction.
“–1” – “0” – “+1”
(
Remarks
• “Auto Answer” (Setting the Time Interval for Automatic
Answer)
This function automatically answers (responds to) a call
after lapse of the preset time interval for automatic answer.
“OFF” : Does not answer the phone call automatically.
“0” : Automatically answers the phone call at once.
“1s” – “99s” : Automatically answers the phone call after
lapse of 1 – 99 seconds.
⁄
• If the time set in the cell-phone is shorter than that set in
the unit, the former will be used.
• This function does not work for call waiting.
• “BT F/W Update” (Displaying the Firmware Version)
Display the version of the firmware of this unit.
For how to update the firmware, access our web site.
http://www.kenwood.com/cs/ce/bt/
: Factory setting)
4 Make a setting
Turn the [VOL] knob to select a setting value,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
5 Exit BT Settings mode
Press the [
] button.
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Bluetooth Setup
Registering Bluetooth Device
(Pairing)
To make your Bluetooth device (cell-phone) usable
with this unit, you need to register it (pairing). You
can register up to 5 Bluetooth devices to this unit.
Registering from Bluetooth devices
5 Transmit the PIN code
Press the [VOL] knob for at least 1 second.
If “Pairing Success” is displayed, registration is
completed.
✍✍If the error message appears even though the
PIN code is correct, try <Registering Special
Bluetooth device>.
1 Turn on this unit
6 Return to the device list
2 Start registering this unit by operating the
7 Exit BT Settings mode
Press the [SRC] button.
Bluetooth device
By operating the Bluetooth device, register the
hands-free unit (pairing). Select “KENWOOD BT
CD/R-6P1” from the list of connected units.
3 Enter a PIN code
Input the PIN code (“0000”) in the Bluetooth
device.
Check that registration is complete on the
Bluetooth device.
✍✍PIN code is set to “0000” as the default. You can
change this code. Refer to <Registering PIN
Code> (page 56).
4 By operating the Bluetooth device, start handsfree connection.
Registering from this unit
1 Enter Bluetooth mode
Press the [ ] button.
✍✍You can also select from “Settings” in Menu List
mode.
2 Enter Bluetooth device registration mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “BT Settings” > “Pairing” > “Device
Regist.”.
Search for the Bluetooth device.
When search is completed, “Finished” is displayed.
3 Select a Bluetooth device
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Press the [MENU] button.
Press the [
] button.
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• This unit allows up to eight digits to be input for a PIN
code. If a PIN code cannot be input from this unit, it can
be input from the Bluetooth device.
• If there are 5 or more Bluetooth devices registered, you
cannot register a new Bluetooth device.
Registering Special Bluetooth device
Allow registration of a special device that cannot be
registered normally (pairing).
1.Select Special device registration mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “BT Settings” > “Pairing” > “SPCL DVC
Select”.
2.Enter Special device registration mode
Press the [VOL] knob.
A list is displayed.
3.Select a device name
Turn the [VOL] knob and push the center when
the desired device name is displayed.
If “Completed” is displayed, registration is
completed.
4.Go through the procedure step 3 of
<Registering from this unit> and complete
the registration (pairing).
Cancelling Special device registration mode
Press the [MENU] button for at least 1 second.
Registering PIN Code
By operating the Bluetooth device, specify the PIN
code necessary for registering this unit.
1 Enter Bluetooth mode
Press the [ ] button.
✍✍You can also select from “Settings” in Menu List
mode.
2 Enter PIN code edit mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “BT Settings” > “Detailed Setup” > “PIN
Code Edit”.
The current setting of PIN code is displayed.
3 Input the PIN code
1.Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select the digit.
2.Turn the [VOL] knob to select the numbers,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
4 Register a PIN code
Press the [VOL] knob for at least 1 second.
If “Completed” is displayed, registration is
completed.
5 Exit BT Settings mode
Press the [
] button.
⁄
• By default, “0000” is specified.
• A PIN code can be specified with up to eight digits.
Selecting the Bluetooth device You
Wish to Connect
When two or more Bluetooth devices have already
been registered, you need to select the Bluetooth
device you wish to use.
1 Enter Bluetooth mode
Press the [ ] button.
✍✍You can also select from “Settings” in Menu List
mode.
2 Select Bluetooth device selection mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Cell-phone
Select “BT Settings” > “Pairing” > “Phone
Selection”.
Audio player
Select “BT Settings” > “Pairing” > “Audio
Selection”.
3 Enter Bluetooth device selection mode
Press the [VOL] knob.
“(name)” is displayed.
4 Select the Bluetooth device
Turn the [VOL] knob.
5 Set up the Bluetooth device
Press the [VOL] knob.
“✱(name)” or “-(name)” is displayed.
“✱”: The selected Bluetooth device is busy.
“-”: The selected Bluetooth device is on standby.
“ “ (blank): The Bluetooth device is deselected.
6 Exit BT Settings mode
Press the [
] button.
⁄
• If a Bluetooth device is already selected, deselect it, and
then select a different one.
⁄
• If the device name is not in the list, select “Other Phones”.
4 Input the PIN code
1.Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select the digit.
2.Turn the [VOL] knob to select the numbers,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
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Bluetooth Setup
Deleting a Registered Bluetooth
device
You can delete a registered Bluetooth device.
1 Enter Bluetooth mode
Press the [ ] button.
✍✍You can also select from “Settings” in Menu List
mode.
2 Enter Bluetooth device deletion mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “BT Settings” > “Pairing” > “Device
Delete”.
“(name)” is displayed.
3 Select the Bluetooth device
Turn the [VOL] knob.
4 Delete the selected Bluetooth device
Press the [VOL] knob.
5 Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “YES”.
“Delete” is displayed.
6 Exit BT Settings mode
Press the [
] button.
⁄
• When a registered cell-phone is deleted, its Phone Book,
log, and SMS are also deleted.
Downloading the Phone Book
Bluetooth device registration test
Download the phone book data from the cellphone to this unit so that you can use the Phone
Book of this unit.
You can check whether a Bluetooth device can be
registered by operating this unit.
To download automatically
If the cell-phone supports a phone book
synchronization function, the phone book is
downloaded automatically after Bluetooth
connection.
⁄
• Setting on the cell-phone may be required.
• If no phone book data is found in the unit even after
the compete display, your cell-phone may not support
automatic download of phone book data. In this case, try
downloading manually.
To download from the cell-phone manually
1 By operating the cell-phone, end the hands-free
connection.
2 By operating the cell-phone, send the phone
book data to this unit
By operating the cell-phone, download the phone
book data to this unit.
• During downloading:
“Downloading” is displayed.
• After completion of downloading:
“Completed” is displayed.
3 By operating the cell-phone, start the hands-
1 Enter Bluetooth mode
Press the [ ] button for at least 1 second.
Search for a Bluetooth device starts with “Searching”
displayed.
2 Select the Bluetooth device to test
Turn the [VOL] knob to select Bluetooth device
name.
3 Enter BT test mode
Press the [VOL] knob for at least 1 second.
“BT Test Mode” is displayed.
4 Transmit the PIN code.
When pairing is completed successfully, a
connection test starts automatically.
When the connection test is completed, test results
are displayed on a function basis (“OK”: Enabled;
“NG”: Disabled).
Display
“PAIRING”
“HFCONNECT”
“AUDCONNECT”
“PB DOWNLOAD”
Description
Registration in this unit
Hands-free phoning
Audio playback
Phone Book downloading
5 Exit BT test mode
Press the [VOL] knob.
free connection.
To clear the downloading completion message
Press any button.
⁄
• Up to 500 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.)
• To cancel downloading of the phone book data, operate
the cell-phone.
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SMS (Short Message Service)
MENU VOL
DISP
PRESET
SMS (Short Message Service)
SMS reply setting
Return message setting
The SMS arrived at the cell-phone is displayed on
the receiver.
A newly arrived message is displayed.
You can select a method to reply to the received
SMS.
You can select a return message (language).
¤
• To prevent car accidents, the driver should not read the
SMS while driving.
Downloading the SMS
Download the short message (SMS) arrived at the
cell-phone so that it can be read on this unit.
1 Enter Bluetooth mode
Press the [ ] button.
✍✍You can also select from “Settings” in Menu List
mode.
2 Enter SMS download mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “BT Settings” > “SMS” > “SMS
Download”.
3 Start downloading
Press the [VOL] knob.
“Downloading” is displayed.
When the downloading finishes, “Completed” is
displayed.
4 Exit BT Settings mode
Press the [
] button.
⁄
• The cell-phone must be able to transmit the SMS using
Bluetooth. Setting on the cell-phone may be required.
If the cell-phone does not support SMS function, the
SMS download item in Function Control mode is not
displayed.
• When the SMS is downloaded from the cell-phone, the
unopened messages in the cell-phone are opened.
• The already-read and unread short messages can be
respectively downloaded up to 149.
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When a new message arrives
“SMS Received” is displayed.
The display disappears with any operations.
Displaying the SMS
1 Enter Bluetooth mode
Press the [
2 Enter SMS Reply mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “BT Settings” > “SMS” > “SMS Reply”.
3 Set to the desired Reply setting
1 Enter Bluetooth mode
Reply setting
Auto
2 Enter SMS Inbox mode
Manual
Press the [
] button.
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “SMS Inbox”.
A message list appears.
3 Select a message
Turn the [VOL] knob.
Each pressing of the [DISP] button switches
between telephone number or name and message
reception date.
4 Display the text
Press the [VOL] knob.
Turning the [VOL] knob scrolls the message.
Pressing the [VOL] knob again returns to the
message list screen.
5 Exit SMS Inbox mode
Press the [MENU] button.
6 Exit BT Settings mode
Press the [
] button.
⁄
• The unopened message is displayed at the beginning
of the list. Other messages are displayed in the order of
reception.
• The SMS that has arrived when the cell-phone is not
linked with Bluetooth cannot be displayed. Download
the SMS.
• The short message cannot be displayed during
downloading the SMS.
] button.
OFF
Display
“AUTO”
Operation
Replies to the received SMS
automatically.
“MANUAL” Sets whether to reply to the
received SMS.
“OFF”
Does not reply to the received SMS.
Turn the [VOL] knob to select Reply setting,
and then press the [VOL] knob.
4 Exit SMS Reply mode
Press the [MENU] button.
1 Enter Bluetooth mode
Press the [
] button.
2 Enter SMS Message mode
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “BT Settings” > “SMS” > “SMS Message”.
3 Set to the desired message (language)
Turn the [VOL] knob to select message
(language), and then press the [VOL] knob.
4 Exit SMS Message mode
Press the [MENU] button.
5 Exit BT Settings mode
Press the [
] button.
⁄
• If you select “User” from the message, the previously
created original message will be sent. Refer to <Creating
an original message> (page 61).
5 Exit BT Settings mode
Press the [
] button.
⁄
• Set the reply message according to <Return message
setting> (page 60).
• When “Auto” is selected, a reply is made only to the
SMS from the phone whose phone number has been
registered in the phone book. If an SMS is received
from the phone whose phone number has not been
registered in the phone book, you can reply to it in the
same manner as you selected “Manual”.
• “Send Error” is displayed in case of failure in transmission
of the message which is automatically returned when
“Auto” is selected for Reply setting. While “SMS Resend” is
still displayed on the display, selecting “YES” resends the
reply. Selecting “NO” cancels the reply.
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SMS (Short Message Service)
Creating an original message
SMS manual reply
You can create an original return message.
You can manually reply to the received SMS.
1 Enter Bluetooth mode
When a new message arrives
“SMS Reply” is displayed.
2 Enter SMS Message select mode
1 Turn the [VOL] knob to select “YES”, and then
Press the [
] button.
Turn the [VOL] knob and press it when the
desired item is displayed.
Select “BT Settings” > “SMS” > “SMS Message”.
3 Select the SMS message edit mode
Turn the [VOL] knob to select “User”, and then
press the [VOL] knob for at least 1 second.
4 Create a message
Operation type
Select the characters
Operation
Turn the [VOL] knob and press the [VOL]
knob.
Select the column
Turn the [VOL] knob and press the [VOL]
knob.
Select the character type Press the [DISP] button.
Delete the character
Press the [PRESET] button.
Delete the all characters. Press the [PRESET] button for at least
1 second.
press the [VOL] knob.
Selecting “NO” cancels the SMS manual reply.
2 Select the desired message (language)
Turn the [VOL] knob to select message
(language), and then press the [VOL] knob.
3 Send the reply message
Press the [VOL] knob.
If sensing of the reply message fails, “Send Error”
is displayed. After this, selecting “YES” while “SMS
Resend” is displayed will resend the reply message.
Selecting “NO” will cancel the SMS manual reply.
Canceling the SMS manual reply
Press the [SRC] button.
5 To preview the message
Press the [VOL] knob for at least 1 second.
Pressing the [MENU] button, return to step create
a message.
6 Determine
the message
Press the [VOL] knob.
7 Exit SMS Message select mode
Press the [MENU] button.
8 Exit BT Settings mode
Press the [
] button.
⁄
• You can enter letters using the remote control.
Example of entry:
To enter letter “A”, press the [2] button once, and then
press the [¢] button.
To enter letter “F”, press the [3] button three times and
then press the [¢] button.
To switch between letter types, press the [DIRECT]
button.
After entering all letters, pressing the [38] button allows
you to preview the message. Pressing the [38] button
again determines the message.
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Basic Operations of remote control
VOL
SRC
ATT
ENT
5/∞
EXIT
AUD
AM
FM
0—9
DIRECT
(page 18, 20, 23, 31)
General control
• Volume control: [VOL]
• Source select: [SRC]
• Volume reduce: [ATT]
When the button is pressed again, the volume
returns to the previous level.
• Return to previous item in mode: [ ]
• Exit from mode: [EXIT]
• Selection of item: [5]/[∞]
• Determination: [ENT]
• Enter Audio Control mode: [AUD]
In Tuner source
Hands-free phone control
Preparing the remote control unit
• Band select: [FM]/[AM]
• Station select: [4]/[¢]
• Recall preset stations: [1] — [0] and [ENT]
Example:
Making a call
• Enter Bluetooth mode: [ ]
• Select a dialing method: [5]/[∞] ➜ [ENT]
• Number dial input:
Input a digit: [0] – [9]
Input “+”: [¢]
Input “#”: [FM]
Input “*”: [AM]
Clear the entered phone number: [4]
• Make a call: [DIRECT]
Pull the battery sheet out from the remote control
unit to the direction of the arrow.
Desired preset number
1
6
10
18
Press button
[1], [ENT]
[6], [ENT]
[1], [0], [ENT]
[1], [8], [ENT]
In USB/SD/Music CD/Audio file source
Receiving a call
• Answer the call: [
• Music select: [4]/[¢]
• Folder select: [FM]/[AM]
• Pause/Play: [ENT]
• Enter Menu List mode: [5]/[∞]
• Movement between folders/files during Search
mode: [5]/[∞]
• Return to previous item in mode: [ ]
Call waiting
• Answer Another Incoming Call with the Current
Call Suspended: [ ]
• Answer another Incoming Call after Terminating
the Current Call: [SRC]
• Continue the Current Call: [1]
In iPod source
• Enter Menu List mode: [5]/[∞]
• Movement between items during Music search
mode: [5]/[∞]
• Return to previous item in mode: [ ]
• Music select: [4]/[¢]
]
Changing the battery of the remote control
unit
Keep on slide
Pull out
CR2025
(+side)
Use a commercially available button battery (CR2025).
Insert the battery with the + and – poles aligned
properly, following the illustration inside the case.
During a call
• End the call: [SRC]
• Switch between the private talk mode and the
hands-free talk mode: [ENT]
¤ CAUTION
• Do not set the remote control in hot places such
as on the dashboard.
• Lithium battery.
Danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly
replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type.
• The battery pack or batteries shall not be exposed
to excessive heat such sunshine, fire or the like.
• Keep battery out of reach of children and in
original package until ready to use. Dispose of
used batteries promptly. If swallowed contact
physician immediately.
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Appendix
About Audio file
• Playable Audio file
AAC-LC (.m4a), MP3 (.mp3), WMA (.wma)
• Playable disc media
CD-R/RW/ROM
• Playable disc file format
ISO 9660 Level 1/2, Joliet, Romeo, Long file name.
Playable USB device
USB mass storage class
• Playable USB device and 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 (1)
¡ :Audio
Audiofile
file
¡!
2
4
3
¡$
5
¡"
¡#
¡%
¡P
An online manual about audio files is put on the site,
www.kenwood.com/cs/ce/audiofile/. On this online
manual, detailed information and notes which are not
written in this manual are provided. Make sure to read
through the online manual as well.
⁄
• In this manual, the word “USB device” is used for flash
memories and digital audio players which have USB
terminals.
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iPod/iPhone that can be connected to this
unit
Made for
• iPod touch (4th generation)
• iPod touch (2nd generation)
• iPod classic
• iPod nano (6th generation)
• iPod nano (4th generation)
• iPod nano (2nd generation)
• iPhone 4S
• iPhone 3GS
• iPhone
• iPod touch (3rd generation)
• iPod touch (1st generation)
• iPod with video
• iPod nano (5th generation)
• iPod nano (3rd generation)
• iPod nano (1st generation)
• iPhone 4
• iPhone 3G
(As of January 2012)
• Latest compatible list of iPod/iPhone.
For details, see:
www.kenwood.com/cs/ce/ipod/
• Type of control available varies depending
on the type of connected iPod. See
www.kenwood.com/cs/ce/ipod/ for further details.
• The word “iPod” appearing in this manual indicates
the iPod or the iPhone connected with the iPod
connection cable* (optional accessory).
* Not supported model KCA-iP500.
Refer to the web site for connectable iPod and iPod
connection cable.
http://www.kenwood.com/cs/ce/ipod/
⁄
• 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.
• You cannot operate iPod if “KENWOOD” or “✓”
displayed on iPod.
About USB device
• 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. (However,
maximum supply current of CA-UIEX is 500mA.)
• 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 4 m can result in abnormal playback.
About “KENWOOD Music Editor”
• This unit supports the PC application “KENWOOD
Music Editor Light ver1.1” or later.
• When you use the audio file with database
information added by the “KENWOOD Music Editor
Light ver1.1”, you can search a file by title, album or
artist name using the <File Search> (page 16).
• In the Instruction manual, the term “Music Editor
media” is used to mean the device that contains
audio files with database information added with
KENWOOD Music Editor.
• “KENWOOD Music Editor Light ver1.1” is available
from the following web site:
www.kenwood.com/cs/ce/
• For further information on “KENWOOD Music
Editor Light ver1.1”, refer to the site above or the
application help.
About the Cell-Phone/ Bluetooth Audio
player
This unit conforms to the following Bluetooth
specifications:
Version
Bluetooth Standard Ver. 3.0
Profile
HFP (Hands Free Profile)
HSP (Headset Profile)
SPP (Serial Port Profile)
PBAP (Phone Book Access Profile)
OPP (Object Push Profile)
A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile)
For the cell-phones verified for compatibility, access
the following URL:
http://www.kenwood.com/cs/ce/bt/
⁄
• The units supporting the Bluetooth function have been
certified for conformity with the Bluetooth Standard
following the procedure prescribed by Bluetooth
SIG. However, it may be impossible for such units to
communicate with your cell-phone depending on its type.
• HFP is a profile used to make a hands-free call.
• OPP is a profile used to transfer data such as a phone book
between units.
• A2DP is a profile designed to transfer the music from an
audio player.
• AVRCP is a profile designed to control playback and
selection of music by an audio player.
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Appendix
Menu List
Common function items
Display
“Settings”
“Clock & Date”
“Clock Adjust”
“City Select”
“Time Synchronized”
“Summer Time”
“Sub Clock Adjust”
“Date Adjust”
“Date Mode Select”
“DISP & ILLUMI”
“Display Select”
“Type Select”
“Side Select”
“Graphic Select”
“Text Select”
“Status”
“Color Select”
“Display Dimmer”
“Contrast”
“DISP N/P”
“Text Scroll”
“BT DVC Status”
“ILLUMI Dimmer”
“ILLUMI Effect”
“ILLUMI MSC SYNC”
“TUNER Settings”
“News”
“AF”
“Regional”
“Auto TP Seek”
“TI”
“DEMO Mode”
Page
–
39
–
–
35, 36
35
36
35
37
33
21
42
Function items appearing during standby
Display
Page
“Settings”
–
“Clock & Date”
–
“DISP & ILLUMI”
–
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“Initial Settings”
“SRC Select”
“Beep”
“Russian”
“Menu Language”
“Power OFF Wait”
“Built in AUX”
“Forced CD-DA”
“Built in AMP”
“DSI”
“F/W Update”
–
41
Function items appearing when the iPod source
is selected
Display
Page
“Music”
9
“Playlists”
“Artists”
“Albums”
“Songs”
“Podcasts”
“Genres”
“Composers”
“Play Mode”
10
“APP & iPod Mode”
“Folder Random”
“All Random”
“File Repeat”
“Settings”
–
“Skip Search”
10
“Clock & Date”
–
“DISP & ILLUMI”
–
“TUNER Settings”
–
Function items appearing when the USB/ SD
source is selected
Display
Page
“Music”
16
“Play Mode”
16
“File Scan”
“Folder Random”
“All Random”
“File Repeat”
“Folder Repeat”
“Settings”
–
“Skip Search”
17
“Clock & Date”
–
“DISP & ILLUMI”
–
“TUNER Settings”
–
Function items appearing when the Music CD/
Audio file source is selected
Display
Page
“Music”
20
“Play Mode”
20
“File Scan”
“Track Scan”
“Folder Random”
“Disc Random”
“All Random”
“File Repeat”
“Folder Repeat”
“Track Repeat”
“Settings”
–
“Clock & Date”
–
“DISP & ILLUMI”
–
“TUNER Settings”
–
Function items appearing when the Tuner
source is selected
Display
Page
“FM”
–
“AM”
–
“PTY Search”
23
“Settings”
–
“Local Seek”
21
“Seek Mode”
“Auto Memory”
22
“Forced MONO”
21
“News”
“AF”
“Regional”
“Auto TP Seek”
“TI”
“Clock & Date”
–
“DISP & ILLUMI”
–
Function items appearing when the Bluetooth
Audio source is selected
Display
Page
“Play Mode”
27
“File Repeat”
“Random”
“Settings”
–
“Pairing”
–
“Device Regist.”
55
“Audio Selection”
56
“SPCL DVC Select”
55
“Device Delete”
57
“Detailed Setup”
–
“PIN Code Edit”
56
“Auto Reconnect”
“Bluetooth HF/Audio”
“Clock & Date”
“DISP & ILLUMI”
“TUNER Settings”
53
–
–
–
Function items appearing when the Hands-Free
source is selected
Display
Page
“SMS Inbox”
59
“BT Settings”
–
“Pairing”
–
“Device Regist.”
55
“Phone Selection”
56
“Audio Selection”
“SPCL DVC Select”
55
“Device Delete”
57
“SMS”
–
“SMS Download”
59
“SMS Reply”
60
“SMS Message”
61
“Detailed Setup”
–
“PIN Code Edit”
56
“Auto Answer”
53
“Auto Reconnect”
“Bluetooth HF/Audio”
“Call Beep”
“BT F/W Update”
“Mic Gain”
“NR Level”
“Echo Cancel Level“
“Clock & Date”
–
“DISP & ILLUMI”
–
“TUNER Settings”
–
Function items appearing when an AUX source
is selected
Display
Page
“Settings”
–
“AUX Name Set”
38
“Clock & Date”
–
“DISP & ILLUMI”
–
“TUNER Settings”
–
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Appendix
City list
Continent
Area
City
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Continent
City
Hawaii
Alaska
Pacific Time
Arizona
Mountain Time
Central Time
Eastern time
Indiana
Atlantic Time
Mid-Atlantic
W.Central Africa
Abu Dhabi
Adelaide
Amman
Amsterdam
Anchorage
Ankara
Athens
Atlanta
Auckland
Baghdad
Baku
Bangkok
Beijing
Beirut
Berlin
Bogota
Brasilia
Brussels
Bucharest
Budapest
Buenos Aires
Cairo
Cape Verde Is.
Caracas
Chicago
Copenhagen
Denver
Detroit
Dhaka
Ekaterinburg
Harare
Helsinki
Hong Kong
Islamabad
Istanbul
Jakarta
Jerusalem
Johannesburg
Kabul
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Time Difference
–10:00
–9:00
–8:00
–7:00
–7:00
–6:00
–5:00
–5:00
–4:00
–2:00
+1:00
+4:00
+9:30
+2:00
+1:00
–9:00
+2:00
+2:00
–5:00
+12:00
+3:00
+4:00
+7:00
+8:00
+2:00
+1:00
–5:00
–3:00
+1:00
+2:00
+1:00
–3:00
+2:00
–1:00
–4:30
–6:00
+1:00
–7:00
–5:00
+6:00
+5:00
+2:00
+2:00
+8:00
+5:00
+2:00
+7:00
+2:00
+2:00
+4:30
City
Kansas City
Kathmandu
Kingston
Krasnoyarsk
Kuala Lumpur
Kuwait
Kyiv
Las Vegas
Lima
London
Los Angeles
Madrid
Magadan
Manila
Mexico City
Midway Is.
Minsk
Moscow
Nairobi
New Caledonia
New Delhi
New Orleans
New York
Newfoundland
Novosibirsk
Nuku’alofa
Oslo
Ottawa
Panama
Paris
Prague
Rome
San Francisco
Santiago
Sarajevo
Seattle
Singapore
St. Petersburg
Stockholm
Sydney
Taipei
Tehran
Tokyo
Toronto
Tunis
Vancouver
Vienna
Warsaw
Yangon
Zagreb
Zurich
Time Difference
–6:00
+5:45
–5:00
+7:00
+8:00
+3:00
+2:00
–8:00
–5:00
+0:00
–8:00
+1:00
+11:00
+8:00
–6:00
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+2:00
+3:00
+3:00
+11:00
+5:30
–6:00
–5:00
–3:30
+6:00
+13:00
+1:00
–5:00
–5:00
+1:00
+1:00
+1:00
–8:00
–4:00
+1:00
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+8:00
+3:00
+1:00
+10:00
+8:00
+3:30
+9:00
–5:00
+1:00
–8:00
+1:00
+1:00
+6:30
+1:00
+1:00
(GMT)
This Product is not installed by the manufacturer of a
vehicle on the production line, nor by the professional
importer of a vehicle into an EU Member State.
Information on Disposal of Old Electrical
and Electronic Equipment and Batteries
(applicable for EU countries that have
adopted separate waste collection systems)
roducts and batteries with the symbol
P
(crossed-out wheeled bin) cannot be
disposed as household waste.
Old electrical and electronic equipment
and batteries should be recycled at a facility
capable of handling these items and their
waste byproducts.
Contact your local authority for details in
locating a recycle facility nearest to you.
Proper recycling and waste disposal will
help conserve resources whilst preventing
detrimental effects on our health and the
environment.
Notice: The sign “Pb” below the symbol for
batteries indicates that this battery
contains lead.
The marking of products using lasers
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
The label is attached to the chassis/case and says
that the component uses laser beams that have been
classified as Class 1. It means that the unit is utilizing
laser beams that are of a weaker class. There is no
danger of hazardous radiation outside the unit.
• “Adobe Reader” is a trademark of Adobe Systems
Incorporated.
• The “AAC” logo is a trademark of Dolby Laboratories.
• The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by
the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks
by JVC KENWOOD Corporation is under license.
Other trademarks and trade names are those of their
respective owners.
• iTunes is a trademark of Apple Inc.
• “Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone” mean that an
electronic accessory has been designed to connect
specifically to iPod, or iPhone, respectively, and
has been certified by the developer to meet Apple
performance standards. Apple is not responsible for
the operation of this device or its compliance with
safety and regulatory standards. Please note that the
use of this accessory with iPod, or iPhone may affect
wireless performance.
• iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, and iPod touch
are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and
other countries.
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Accessories/ Installation Procedure
Accessories
•
2
1
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•
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•
3
•
3 m ..........1
Installation Procedure
1 To prevent short circuits, remove the key from the
ignition and disconnect the - terminal of the
battery.
2 Make the proper input and output wire
connections for each unit.
3 Connect the wire on the wiring harness.
4 Take Connector B on the wiring harness and
connect it to the speaker connector in your vehicle.
5 Take Connector A on the wiring harness and
connect it to the external power connector on your
vehicle.
6 Connect the wiring harness connector to the unit.
7 Install the unit in your car.
8 Reconnect the - terminal of the battery.
9 Press the reset button.
¤
• Mounting and wiring this product requires skills and
experience. For safety’s sake, leave the mounting and wiring
work to professionals.
• Make sure to ground the unit to a negative 12V DC power
supply.
• Do not install the unit in a spot exposed to direct sunlight
or excessive heat or humidity. Also avoid places with too
much dust or the possibility of water splashing.
• Do not use your own screws. Use only the screws provided.
If you use the wrong screws, you could damage the unit.
• If the power is not turned ON (“Protect” is displayed), the
speaker wire may have a short-circuit or touched the
chassis of the vehicle and the protection function may
have been activated. Therefore, the speaker wire should be
checked.
• Make sure that all wire connections are securely made by
inserting jacks until they lock completely.
• If your vehicle’s ignition does not have an ACC position, or
if the ignition wire is connected to a power source with
constant voltage such as a battery wire, the power will not
be linked with the ignition (i.e., it will not turn on and off
along with the ignition). If you want to link the unit’s power
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•
•
•
•
Connecting Wires to Terminals
with the ignition, connect the ignition wire to a power
source that can be turned on and off with the ignition key.
Use a commercially available conversion connector if the
connector does not fit in the vehicle connector.
Insulate unconnected wires with vinyl tape or other similar
material. To prevent a short circuit, do not remove the caps
on the ends of the unconnected wires or the terminals.
If the console has a lid, make sure to install the unit so that
the faceplate will not hit the lid when closing and opening.
If the fuse blows, first make sure the wires aren’t touching
to cause a short circuit, then replace the old fuse with one
with the same rating.
Connect the speaker wires correctly to the terminals to
which they correspond. The unit may be damaged or fail to
work if you share the - wires or ground them to any metal
part in the car.
After the unit is installed, check whether the brake lamps,
blinkers, wipers, etc. on the car are working properly.
Mount the unit so that the mounting angle is 30° or less.
Reception may drop if there are metal objects near the
Bluetooth antenna.
To USB device
USB connector (0.8m)
not remove the
⁄Do
cap when you do not
use the USB cable. The
connector will cause
the unit to malfunction
if it gets in touch with
any metallic part of the
vehicle.
R
Microphone input
L
Rear output
Front output
Sub Woofer output
Antenna Cord
Microphone
(Accessory 3)
R
Fuse (10A)
L
FM/AM antenna input (JASO)
AUX input (Stereo)
Use the mini-plug which is stereo type
and does not have any resistance.
Wiring harness
(Accessory 1)
Light Blue/Yellow (Steering
remote control wire)
REMOTE CONT
Bluetooth antenna unit
STEERING WHEEL
REMOTE INPUT
For Good Reception
Brown (Mute control wire)
To assure good reception, note the following:
• Communicate with the cell-phone within the lineof-sight distance of 10 m (30 ft). The communication
range becomes shorter depending on the
surrounding environment. The communication
range also becomes shorter when there is an
obstacle between this unit and the cell-phone. The
above maximum communication range (10 m) is
not always assured.
• A broadcast station or walkie-talkie located nearby
can interfere with communication due to too strong
signal.
MUTE
To use the steering wheel remote control feature, you
need to an exclusive remote adapter (not supplied)
matches your car is required.
To connect the Kenwood navigation system, consult
your navigation manual.
If no connections are made, do not
let the wire come out from the tab.
Blue/White (Power control/
Antenna control wire)
P.CONT
ANT.CONT
Connect either to the power control terminal when
using the optional power amplifier, or to the antenna
control terminal in the vehicle. (Max. 300mA, 12V)
Yellow (Battery wire)
Red (Ignition wire)
⁄See next page
Red (A–7 Pin)
Yellow (A–4 Pin)
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Connector A
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Connector B
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Connecting Wires to Terminals
Connector Function Guide
Pin Numbers for
ISO Connectors
External Power
Connector
A-4
A-5
A-6
A-7
A-8
Speaker
Connector
B-1
B-2
B-3
B-4
B-5
B-6
B-7
B-8
Cable Colour
Yellow
Blue/White
Orange/White
Red
Black
Purple
Purple/Black
Gray
Gray/Black
White
White/Black
Green
Green/Black
Installation/Removing the Unit
Installation
Removing the hard rubber frame
1 Engage the catch pins on the removal tool and
Functions
remove the two locks on the upper level.
Upper the frame and pull it forward as shown in
the figure.
Battery
Power Control
Dimmer
Ignition (ACC)
Earth (Ground)
Connection
Rear Right (+)
Rear Right (–)
Front Right (+)
Front Right (–)
Front Left (+)
Front Left (–)
Rear Left (+)
Rear Left (–)
Lock
Bend the tabs of the mounting
sleeve with a screwdriver or similar
utensil and attach it in place.
Accessory2
Removal tool
⁄
• Make sure that the unit is installed securely in place. If the
unit is unstable, it may malfunction (for example, the sound
may skip).
Catch
2 When the upper level is removed, remove the
lower two locations.
⁄
• The frame can be removed from the bottom side in the
same manner.
2WARNING
Connecting the ISO Connector
Removing the Unit
1 Refer to the section <Removing the hard rubber
The pin arrangement for the ISO connectors depends on
the type of vehicle you drive. Make sure to make the proper
connections to prevent damage to the unit.
The default connection for the wiring harness is described in
1 below. If the ISO connector pins are set as described in 2,
make the connection as illustrated.
Please be sure to reconnect the cable as shown 2 below to
install this unit to the Volkswagen vehicles etc.
frame> and then remove the hard rubber frame.
2 Detach the faceplate.
3 Insert the two removal tools deeply into the slots
on each side, as shown.
4 Lower the removal tool toward the bottom, and
pull out the unit halfway while pressing towards
the inside.
1(Default setting) The A-7 pin (red) of the vehicle’s
ISO connector is linked with the ignition, and
the A-4 pin (yellow) is connected to the constant
power supply.
Ignition cable (Red)
Accessory2
A-7 Pin (Red)
Unit
Vehicle
Battery cable (Yellow)
A-4 Pin (Yellow)
2The A-7 pin (red) of the vehicle’s ISO connector is
connected to the constant power supply, and the
A-4 pin (yellow) is linked to the ignition.
Ignition cable
(Red)
Unit
Vehicle
Battery cable
(Yellow)
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A-7 Pin (Red)
KDC-BT92SD
A-4 Pin (Yellow)
¤ CAUTION
Install this unit in the console of your vehicle.
Do not touch the metal part of this unit during and
shortly after the use of the unit. Metal part such as
the heat sink and enclosure become hot.
• Be careful to avoid injury from the catch pins on the
removal tool.
5 Pull the unit all the way out with your hands, being
careful not to drop it.
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Installation/Removing the Unit
Installation the Microphone Unit
1 Check the installation position of the microphone
(accessory 3).
2 Remove oil and other dirt from the installation
surface.
3 Install the microphone.
4 Wire the cable up to the unit with it secured at
several positions using tape or the like.
Accessory 3
Troubleshooting Guide
Some functions of this unit may be disabled by
some settings made on this unit.
! • Cannot set up the subwoofer.
• No output from the subwoofer.
• Cannot set up the subwoofer position of Manual
position setting.
▲ • The Dual zone function is enabled.  <Dual Zone
System> (page 45)
• In the speaker select option, None is selected for
the subwoofer.  <Speaker Setting> (page 47)
! Cannot set up the rear speaker.
▲ In the speaker select option, None is selected for the
rear speakers.  <Speaker Setting> (page 47)
! Cannot set up the tweeter.
▲ In the speaker select option, None is selected for the
rear speakers.  <Speaker Setting> (page 47)
! • Cannot set up the equalizer.
Fix a cable with a commercial
item of tape.
• Cannot set up the Bass Boost.
• Cannot set up the Sound Enhancements.
• Cannot set up the Position control.
▲ • The Dual zone function is enabled.  <Dual Zone
System> (page 45)
• The DSP function is disabled.  “DSP Set” of <Audio
Control> (page 43)
• In the speaker select option, None is selected for
the rear speakers.  <Speaker Setting> (page 47)
! • Cannot select the output destination of the
Peel the release coated paper of double-face adhesive tape to
fix on the place shown above.
subsource in the Dual zone.
• Cannot adjust the volume of the rear speakers.
▲ The Dual zone function is disabled.  <Dual Zone
System> (page 45)
! Cannot set up Display.
▲ <Demonstration mode Setting> (page 42) is not
turned off.
! The number of songs contained in “Songs”
category of this unit is different from that
contained in “Songs” category of iPod.
▲ Podcast files are not counted in this unit as this unit
does not support the playback of podcast files.
Adjust the direction of the microphone to the driver.
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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 operation check sound (beep sound) does not
sound.
 The preout jack is being used.
 The Touch Sensor Tone cannot be output from
the preout jack.
? The illumination flashes when the knob or button
is operated.
 This is the key illumination effect.
 You set this effect in “ILLUMI Effect” of <Display
Setting> (page 33).
? The key illumination effect brought about in
conjunction with the sound volume is small.
 The key illumination effect may be insufficient
depending on the sound volume and sound quality.
Tuner source
? Radio reception is poor.
 The car antenna is not extended.
 Pull the antenna out all the way.
Disc source
? The specified disc does not play, but another one
plays instead.
 The specified CD is quite dirty.
 Clean the CD, referring to the CD cleaning of the
section on <Handling CDs> (page 6).
 The disc is loaded in a different slot from that
specified.
 Eject the disc magazine and check the number
for the specified disc.
 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 CDs> (page 6).
 The recording condition is bad.
 Record the media again or use another media.
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Troubleshooting Guide
Hands-free
? The hands-free talk volume is low.
 The hands-free talk volume is set at a low level.
 The hands-free talk volume can be adjusted
independently. Adjust it during hands-free talk.
“Mic Gain” and “NR Level” <Bluetooth Setting>
(page 53).
? No sound is heard from the rear speakers.
 You are talking in the hand-free talk mode.
 No sound is heard from the rear speakers in the
hands-free talk mode.
? No beep is heard at reception of an incoming call.
 No beep is heard depending on the type of your
cell-phone.
The “Call Beep” of <Bluetooth Setting> (page 53) is
set ON.
? Voice is not recognized.
 The vehicle window is open.
 If the surrounding noise is large, voice cannot be
recognized properly. Close the vehicle windows
to reduce noise.
 Small voice.
 If voice is too small, it cannot be recognized
properly. Speak into the microphone a little more
loudly and naturally.
Bluetooth audio source
? The Bluetooth audio player cannot be registered
(pairing).
 The PIN code is fixed.
 When a PIN code is specified in the Instruction
Manual for Bluetooth Audio Player, register it
with reference to <Registering PIN Code> (page
56) to register the Bluetooth audio player. If no PIN
code is specified in the Instruction Manual, try
“0000”.
? The sound from the Bluetooth audio player is
discontinuous.
 The distance between this unit and audio player is
too far.
 Move the audio player nearer to this unit.
 Another Bluetooth device is affecting the Bluetooth
communication.
 Turn off another Bluetooth device.
 Move another Bluetooth device away from this
unit.
 Another Bluetooth device or profile is used for
communication.
 The downloading of the Phone book or the SMS
disconnects the sound.
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The messages shown below display your
systems condition.
TOC Error: • The CD is quite dirty. The CD is upsidedown. The CD is scratched a lot.
• The disc is unreadable.
ERROR 99/ Mecha Error:
The unit is malfunctioning for some reason.
 Press the reset button on the unit. If the
“ERROR 99/ Mecha Error” code does not
disappear, consult your nearest service
center.
CD-IN (Blink): The CD player section is not operating
properly.
 Reinsert the CD. If the CD cannot be
ejected or the display continues to flash
even when the CD has been properly
reinserted, please switch off the power
and consult your nearest service center.
Protect (Blink): The speaker wire has a short-circuit or
touches the chassis of the vehicle, and then
the protection function is activated.
 Wire or insulate the speaker cable properly
and press the reset button. If the “Protect”
code does not disappear, consult your
nearest service center.
Unsupported File:
An Audio file is played with a format that this
unit can’t support.
No Music Data/Error 15:
• The connected USB device or inserted SD
card contains no playable audio file.
• Media was played that does not have data
recorded that the unit can play.
USB ERROR:
Some trouble may have occurred to the
connected USB device.
 Remove the USB device, then cycle the
power switch to ON. If the same display is
repeated, use another USB device.
iPod Error:
Connection to the iPod has failed.
 Remove the USB device and then
reconnect it.
 Confirm that the software for the iPod is
the latest version.
 Reset the iPod/ iPhone.
No Number: • The calling party does not notify a caller ID.
• There is no phone number data.
No Data:
• There is no outgoing call list.
• There is no incoming call list.
• There is no missed call list.
• There is no phone book list.
No Entry: The cell-phone has not been registered
(pairing).
HF Disconnect: The unit cannot communicate with the cellphone.
HF Error 07: The memory cannot be accessed.
 Turn off the power and on again. If this
message still appears, press the reset
button on the control unit.
HF Error 68: The unit cannot communicate with the cellphone.
 Turn off the power and on again. If this
message still appears, press the reset
button on the control unit.
HF Error 89: Update of the Bluetooth firmware has failed.
Retry it.
Unknown: The Bluetooth device cannot be detected.
Device Full: 5 Bluetooth device have already been
registered. No more Bluetooth device cannot
be registered.
Copy Protection:
A copy-protected file is played.
Read Error: The file system of the connected USB device
is broken.
 Copy the files and folders for the USB
device again. If the error message is still
displayed, initialize the USB device or use
other USB devices.
No Device:
• The USB device is selected as a source
although no USB device is connected.
• The SD card is selected as a source although
no SD card is inserted.
 Change the source to any source other
than USB or SD. Connect an USB device or
SD card, and change the source to USB or
SD again.
No Disc:
No disc is inserted in the loading slot.
N/A Device:
• An unsupported USB device is connected.
• An unsupported SD card is inserted.
• Connection to the iPod has failed.
 Check that the connected iPod is an iPod
that is supported. See <iPod/iPhone that
can be connected to this unit> (page 65) for
information on supported iPods.
PIN Code NG: The PIN code is wrong.
Connect NG: The unit cannot be connected to the device.
Pairing Failed: Pairing error.
No Phonebook:Data is not contained in the phone book.
No Message: No short message in In Box.
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Specifications
FM tuner section
Frequency range (50 kHz space)
: 87.5 MHz – 108.0 MHz
Usable sensitivity (S/N = 26dB)
: 1 μV/75 Ω
Quieting Sensitivity (S/N = 46dB)
: 2.5 μV/75 Ω
Frequency response (±3.0 dB)
: 30 Hz – 15 kHz
Signal to Noise ratio (MONO)
: 6 3 dB
Stereo separation (1 kHz)
: 40 dB
MW tuner section
Frequency range (9 kHz space)
: 531 kHz – 1611 kHz
Usable sensitivity (S/N = 20dB)
: 36 µV
LW tuner section
Frequency range
: 153 kHz – 279 kHz
Usable sensitivity (S/N = 20dB)
: 57 µV
Bluetooth section
Version
: Bluetooth Ver.3.0 Certified
Frequency range
: 2.402 – 2.480 GHz
Output Power
: +4dBm (MAX), 0dBm (AVE) Power Class 2
Maximum Communication range
: Line of sight approx.10m (32.8 ft)
Profiles
: HFP (Hands Free Profile)
: HSP (Headset Profile)
: SPP (Serial Port Profile)
: PBAP (Phone Book Access Profile)
: OPP (Object Push Profile)
: A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
: AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile)
USB Interface
USB Standard
: USB 1.1/ 2.0 (Full speed)
Maximum Supply current
: DC 5 V
1A
File System
: FAT16/ 32
MP3 decode
: Compliant with MPEG-1/2 Audio Layer-3
WMA decode
: Compliant with Windows Media Audio
AAC decode
: AAC-LC ”.m4a” files
CD player section
Laser diode
: GaAlAs
Digital filter (D/A)
: 8 Times Over Sampling
D/A Converter
: 24 Bit
Spindle speed
: 500 – 200 rpm (CLV)
Wow & Flutter
: Below Measurable Limit
Frequency response (±1 dB)
: 10 Hz – 20 kHz
Total harmonic distortion (1 kHz)
: 0.008 %
Signal to Noise ratio (1 kHz)
: 110 dB
Dynamic range
: 93 dB
MP3 decode
: Compliant with MPEG-1/2 Audio Layer-3
WMA decode
: Compliant with Windows Media Audio
AAC decode
: AAC-LC “.m4a” files
SD card section
Compatible physical format
: Version 2.00
Maximum memory capacity
: 32 GB
File System
: FAT16/ 32
MP3 decode
: Compliant with MPEG-1/2 Audio Layer-3
WMA decode
: Compliant with Windows Media Audio
AAC decode
: AAC-LC ”.m4a” files
Audio section
Maximum output power
: 50 W x 4
Output power (DIN 45324, +B=14.4V)
: 30 W x 4
Speaker Impedance
: 4 – 8 Ω
Tone action
BAND1 (62.5 Hz): ±9 dB
BAND2 (100 Hz): ±9 dB
BAND3 (160 Hz): ±9 dB
BAND4 (250 Hz): ±9 dB
BAND5 (400 Hz): ±9 dB
BAND6 (630 Hz): ±9 dB
BAND7 (1 kH): ±9 dB
BAND8 (1.6 kH): ±9 dB
BAND9 (2.5 kH): ±9 dB
BAND10 (4 kH): ±9 dB
BAND11 (6.3 kHz): ±9 dB
BAND12 (10 kHz): ±9 dB
BAND13 (16 kHz): ±9 dB
Preout level / Load (CD)
: 4000 mV/10 kΩ
Preout impedance
: ≤ 600 Ω
Auxiliary input
Frequency response (±3 dB)
: 20 Hz – 20 kHz
Input Maximum Voltage
: 1200 mV
Input Impedance
: 10 kΩ
General
Operating voltage
(10.5 – 16V allowable) : 14.4 V
Maximum Current consumption
: 10 A
Installation Size (W x H x D)
: 182 x 53 x 157 mm
Weight
: 1.3 kg
• Specifications subject to change without notice.
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Declaration of Conformity with regard to
the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
Svenska
Declaration of Conformity with regard to
the R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC
Suomi
Manufacturer:
JVC KENWOOD Corporation
3-12, Moriyacho, Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 2210022, Japan
EU Representative's:
Kenwood Electronics Europe BV
Amsterdamseweg 37, 1422 AC UITHOORN, The Netherlands
Härmed intygar Kenwood att denna KDC-BT92SD stär l överensstämelse med de
väsentliga egenskapskrav och övriga relevanta bestämmelser som framgår av
direktiv 1999/5/EG.
Kenwood vakuuttaa täten että KDC-BT92SD tyyppinen laite on direktiivin
1999/5/EY oleellisten vaatimusten ja sitä koskevien direktiivin muiden ehtojen
mukainen.
Slovensko
S tem Kenwood izjavlja, da je ta KDC-BT92SD v skladu z osnovnimi zahtevami in
ostalimi ustreznimi predpisi Direktive 1999/5/EC.
Slovensky
Spoločnosť Kenwood týmto vyhlasuje, že KDC-BT92SD spĺňa zákldné požiadavky
a ďalšie prislušné ustanovenia Direktĺvy 1999/5/EC.
Dansk
Undertegnede Kenwood erklærer harved, at følgende udstyr KDC-BT92SD
overholder de væsentlige krav og øvrige relevante krav i direktiv 1999/5/EF.
English
Hereby, Kenwood declares that this unit KDC-BT92SD is in compliance with the
essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
Français
Par la présente Kenwood déclare que l’appareil KDC-BT92SD est conforme aux
exigences essentielles et aux autres dispositions pertinentes de la directive
1999/5/CE.
Par la présente, Kenwood déclare que ce KDC-BT92SD est conforme aux
exigences essentielles et aux autres dispositions de la directive 1999/5/CE qui lui
sont applicables.
Deutsch
Ελληνικά
ΜΕ ΤΗΝ ΠΑΡΟΥΣΑ Kenwood ΔΗΛΩΝΕΙ ΟΤΙ KDC-BT92SD ΣΥΜΜΟΡΦΩΝΕΤΑΙ
ΠΡΟΣ ΤΙΣ ΟΥΣΙΩΔΕΙΣ ΑΠΑΙΤΗΣΕΙΣ ΚΑΙ ΤΙΣ ΛΟΙΠΕΣ ΣΧΕΤΙΚΕΣ ΔΙΑΤΑΞΕΙΣ ΤΗΣ
ΟΔΗΓΙΑΣ 1999/5/EK.
Eesti
Sellega kinnitab Kenwood, et see KDC-BT92SD vastab direktiivi 1999/5/EC
põhilistele nõudmistele ja muudele asjakohastele määrustele.
Latviešu
Ar šo, Kenwood, apstiprina, ka KDC-BT92SD atbilst Direktīvas 1999/5/EK
galvenajām prasībām un citiem tās nosacījumiem.
Lietuviškai
Hiermit erklärt Kenwood, dass sich dieser KDC-BT92SD in Übereinstimmung mit
den grundlegenden Anforderungen und den anderen relevanten Vorschriften der
Richtlinie 1999/5/EG befindet. (BMWi)
Hiermit erklärt Kenwood die Übereinstimmung des Gerätes KDC-BT92SD mit
den grundlegenden Anforderungen und den anderen relevanten Festlegungen
der Richitlinie 1999/5/EG. (Wien)
Šiuo, Kenwood, pareiškia, kad šis KDC-BT92SD atitinka pagrindinius Direktyvos
1999/5/EB reikalavimus ir kitas svarbias nuostatas.
Hierbij verklaart Kenwood dat het toestel KDC-BT92SD in overeenstemming is
met de essentiële eisen en de andere relevante bepalingen van richtlijn 1999/5/
EG.
Bij deze verklaat Kenwood dat deze KDC-BT92SD voldoet aan de essentiële eisen
en aan de overige relevante bepalingen van Richtlijn 1999/5/EC.
Компанія Kenwood заявляє, що цей виріб KDC-BT92SD відповідає
ключовим вимогам та іншим пов’язаним положенням Директиви 1999/5/
EC.
Nederlands
Italiano
Con la presente Kenwood dichiara che questo KDC-BT92SD è conforme ai
requisiti essenziali ed alle altre disposizioni pertinenti stabilite dalla direttiva
1999/5/CE.
Malti
Hawnhekk, Kenwood, jiddikjara li dan KDC-BT92SD jikkonforma mal-ħtiġijiet
essenzjali u ma provvedimenti oħrajn relevanti li hemm fid-Dirrettiva 1999/5/
EC.
Українська
Turkish
Kenwood, işbu belge ile KDC-BT92SD numaralı bu ünitenin 1999/5/EC
Direktifi’nin özel gereksinimlerine ve ilgili diğer hükümlerine uygun olduğunu
beyan eder.
Español
Por medio de la presente Kenwood declara que el KDC-BT92SD cumple con los
requisitos esenciales y cualesquiera otras disposiciones aplicables o exigibles de
la Directiva 1999/5/CE.
Português
Kenwood declara que este KDC-BT92SD está conforme com os requisitos
essenciais e outras disposições da Directiva 1999/5/CE.
Polska
Kenwood niniejszym oświadcza, że KDC-BT92SD spełnia zasadnicze wymogi
oraz inne istotne postanowienia dyrektywy 1999/5/EC.
Český
Kenwood timto prohlasuje, ze KDC-BT92SD je ve shode se zakladnimi pozadavky
a s dalsimi prislusnymi ustanoveni Narizeni vlady c. 426/2000 Sb.
Magyar
Alulírott, Kenwood, kijelenti, hogy a jelen KDC-BT92SD megfelel az 1999/5/
EC irányelvben meghatározott alapvető követelményeknek és egyéb vonatkozó
előírásoknak.
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”.
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