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KD-G615/KD-G515
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CD RECEIVER
KD-G615/KD-G515
For canceling the display demonstration, see page 8.
For installation and connections, refer to the separate manual.
INSTRUCTIONS
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Thank you for purchasing a JVC product.
Please read all instructions carefully before operation, to ensure your complete understanding and to
obtain the best possible performance from the unit.
IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS
1. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
2. CAUTION: Do not open the top cover. There are no user serviceable parts inside the unit; leave
all servicing to qualified service personnel.
3. CAUTION: Visible and invisible laser radiation when open and interlock failed or defeated.
Avoid direct exposure to beam.
4. REPRODUCTION OF LABEL: CAUTION LABEL, PLACED OUTSIDE THE UNIT.
Warning:
If you need to operate the receiver while
driving, be sure to look ahead carefully or
you may be involved in a traffic accident.
How to forcibly eject a disc
If a disc cannot be recognized by the
receiver or cannot be ejected, ejects the disc
as follows.
How to reset your unit
“PLEASE” and “EJECT” appear alternately
on the display.
This will reset the microcomputer. Your
preset adjustments will also be erased.
• If this does not work, try to reset your
receiver.
• Be careful not to drop the disc when it
ejects.
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2
4
4
Sound adjustments ................ 18
Selecting preset sound modes
(C-EQ: custom equalizer) .................. 18
Control panel
— KD-G615/KD-G515 ................... 5
General settings — PSM ......... 20
How to reset your unit ...........................
How to forcibly eject a disc...................
How to read this manual........................
How to use the M MODE button...........
Parts identification.................................
Remote controller —
RM-RK50
5
... 6
Adjusting the sound ............................... 19
Basic procedure ..................................... 20
Other main functions ............. 22
6
Assigning titles to the sources ............... 22
Detaching the control panel................... 23
Getting started....................... 7
Basic operations.................................. 7
External component operations... 24
Playing an external component ............ 24
Canceling the display demonstrations ...
Setting the clock ....................................
Maintenance .......................... 25
Main elements and features ...................
8
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Contents
Radio operations ................... 9
Listening to the radio........................... 9
More about this receiver ........ 26
Storing stations in memory.................... 10
Listening to a preset station ................... 11
Specifications ......................... 31
Troubleshooting ..................... 28
Disc operations ...................... 12
Playing a disc in the receiver ............... 12
Playing discs in the CD changer ........... 13
Other main functions ............................. 15
Changing the display information ......... 16
Selecting the playback modes................ 17
*For safety....
*Temperature inside the car....
• Do not raise the volume level too much, as
this will block outside sounds, making driving
dangerous.
• Stop the car before performing any
complicated operations.
If you have parked the car for a long time in
hot or cold weather, wait until the temperature
in the car becomes normal before operating the
unit.
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How to read this manual
The following methods are used to made the
explanations simple and easy-to-understand:
• Some related tips and notes are explained in
“More about this receiver” (see pages 26 and
27).
• Button operations are mainly explained with
the illustrations as follows:
How to use the M MODE button
If you press M MODE, the receiver goes into
functions mode, then the number buttons and
5/∞ buttons work as different function buttons.
Ex.: When number button 2 works as
MO (monaural) button.
Press briefly.
Press repeatedly.
Press either one.
Press and hold until
your desired response
begins.
Press and hold both
buttons at the same
time.
The following marks are used to indicate...
: Built-in CD player operations.
Time countdown indicator
To use these buttons for original functions
again after pressing M MODE, wait for
5 seconds without pressing any of these buttons
until the functions mode is cleared.
• Pressing M MODE again also clears the
functions mode.
Caution on volume setting:
Discs produce very little noise compared
with other sources. Lower the volume
before playing a disc to avoid damaging
the speakers by the sudden increase of the
output level.
: External CD changer operations.
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Control panel —
Parts identification
Display window
7 8
6
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
p
q
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p
q
5 (up) / ∞ (down) buttons
E EQ (equalizer) button
D DISP (display) button
S SEL (select) button
• Control dial
•
(standby/on attenuator) button
Display window
Remote sensor
• DO NOT expose the remote sensor to
strong light (direct sunlight or artificial
lighting).
0 (eject) button
4/¢
buttons
(control panel release) button
SOURCE button
BAND button
Number buttons
MO (monaural) button
SSM (Strong-station Sequential Memory)
button
RPT (repeat) button
RND (random) button
M MODE button
AUX (auxiliary) input jack
• Only for KD-G615.
• NOT compatible with digital signals.
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Display window
; Disc information indicators—TAG (ID3
Tag),
(folder),
(track/file)
a Main display
s Source display
Volume level indicator
d EQ (equalizer) indicator
f Sound mode (C-EQ: custom equalizer)
indicators—ROCK, CLASSIC, POPS,
HIP HOP, JAZZ, USER
•
also works as the time countdown
indicator and level meter during play (see
page 20).
g Disc type indicators—WMA, MP3
h Tuner reception indicators—ST (stereo),
MO (monaural)
j Playback source indicators—
CH: Lights up only when CD-CH is selected
as the playback source.
DISC: Lights up for the built-in CD player.
k Playback mode / item indicators—
RND (random),
(disc),
(folder),
RPT (repeat)
l LOUD (loudness) indicator
/ Tr (track) indicator
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Remote controller —
RM-RK50
Installing the lithium coin battery
(CR2025)
• When operating, aim the remote controller
directly at the remote sensor on the
receiver. Make sure there is no obstacle in
between.
Warning:
• Store the battery in a place where children
cannot reach to avoid risk of accident.
• To prevent the battery from over-heating,
cracking, or starting a fire:
– Do not recharge, short, disassemble, or
heat the battery or dispose of it in a fire.
– Do not leave the battery with other
metallic materials.
– Do not poke the battery with tweezers or
similar tools.
– Wrap the battery with tape and insulate
when throwing away or saving it.
Main elements and features
1
2
3
4
5
Caution:
6
(standby/on/attenuator) button
• Turns on and off the power and also
attenuates the sound.
5 U (up) / D (down) ∞ buttons
• 5 U: Changes the FM/AM bands.
• D ∞: Changes the preset stations.
• Changes the folder of the MP3/WMA
discs.
• While playing an MP3 disc on an
MP3-compatible CD changer:
– Changes the disc if pressed briefly.
– Changes the folder if pressed and held.
VOL – / VOL + buttons
• Adjusts the volume level.
SOUND button
• Selects the sound mode (C-EQ: custom
equalizer).
SOURCE button
• Selects the source.
2 R (reverse) / F (forward) 3 buttons
• Searches for stations if pressed briefly.
• Fast-forwards or reverses the track if
pressed and held.
• Changes the tracks of the disc.
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Getting started
Basic operations
* The control panel
illustrations used for
explanation in this
manual is KD-G615.
~
@
Ÿ
To drop the volume in a moment (ATT)
To restore the sound,
press it again.
You cannot select some sources if they
are not ready.
* Only for KD-G615.
!
Adjust the sound as you want.
(See pages 18 and 19.)
To turn off the power
For FM/AM tuner only
⁄
Volume level appears.
Volume level indicator
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Canceling the display
demonstrations
Setting the clock
1
If no operations are done for about 20 seconds,
display demonstration starts.
[Initial: DEMO ON]—see page 20.
1
2 Set the hour and minute.
1 Select “CLOCK H” (hour), then
adjust the hour.
2 Select “CLOCK M” (minute),
then adjust the minute.
2
3
3 Finish the procedure.
4 Finish the procedure.
To check the current clock time when the
power is turned off
To activate the display demonstration
In step 3 above...
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Radio operations
Listening to the radio
To tune in to a station manually
~
In step ! on the left...
1
Ÿ
Selected band appears.
2 Select the desired station frequencies.
Lights up when receiving an FM stereo
broadcast with sufficient signal strength.
!
Start searching for a station.
When a station is received, searching
stops.
To stop searching, press the same
button again.
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When an FM stereo broadcast is hard to
receive
1
Storing stations in memory
You can preset six stations for each band.
FM station automatic presetting—
SSM (Strong-station Sequential
Memory)
2
1
Lights up when monaural mode is activated.
2 Select the FM band (FM1 – FM3)
you want to store into.
Reception improves, but stereo effect will
be lost.
To restore the stereo effect, repeat the same
procedure. “MONO OFF” appears and the MO
indicator goes off.
3
4
“SSM” flashes, then disappears when
automatic presetting is over.
Local FM stations with the strongest signals are
searched and stored automatically in the FM
band.
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Ex.: Storing FM station of 92.5 MHz into the
preset number 4 of the FM1 band.
Listening to a preset station
1
1
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Manual presetting
2
2
3 Select the preset station (1 – 6) you
want.
3
or
4
To check the current clock time while
listening to an FM or AM station
Preset number flashes for a while.
* Only for KD-G615: If no title is assigned to
a station, “NO NAME” appears. To assign
a title to a station, see page 22.
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Disc operations
Playing a disc in the receiver
All tracks will be played
repeatedly until you
change the source or eject
the disc.
About MP3 and WMA discs
MP3 and WMA (Windows Media® Audio)
“tracks” (words “file” and “track” are used
interchangeably) are recorded in “folders.”
• When inserting an audio CD or a CD Text
disc:
Total playing time
of the inserted disc
Total track number
of the inserted disc
• When inserting an MP3 or a WMA disc:
Total folder
number
Total track
number
CD Text: Disc title/performer =
Track title appears automatically
(see page 16).
Clock*2
Disc information appears
automatically (see page 16).
Clock
Current track
number
Current track
number
*2 Elapsed playing time appears for a while if
the current disc is an audio CD.
To stop play and eject the disc
Selected folder number
*1 Either the MP3 or WMA indicator lights up
depending on the detected file.
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Playing discs in the CD changer
About the CD changer
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It is recommended to use the JVC MP3compatible CD changer with your receiver.
• You can also connect other CH-X series
CD changers (except CH-X99 and
CH-X100). However, they are not
compatible with MP3 discs, so you cannot
play back MP3 discs.
• You cannot use the KD-MK series CD
changers with this receiver.
• Disc text information recorded in the CD
Text can be displayed when a JVC CD
Text compatible CD changer is connected.
Before operating your CD changer:
• Refer also to the Instructions supplied
with your CD changer.
• You cannot control and play any WMA
disc in the CD changer.
All tracks of the inserted discs in the magazine
will be played repeatedly until you change
the source or eject the magazine from the CD
changer.
* If you have changed “EXT IN” setting
to “EXT IN” (see page 21), you
cannot select the CD changer.
Selected disc number
Ÿ
Select a disc.
For disc number from 01 – 06:
For disc number from 07 – 12:
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• When the current disc is an MP3 disc:
To fast-forward or reverse the track
Fast-forwards.
Folder name*1
Reverses.
To go to the next or previous tracks
Selected folder number
Disc information appears
automatically (see page 16).
Clock
Current track
number
To the following tracks.
To the beginning of the current track, then the
previous tracks.
*1
“ROOT” appears if no folder is included in
the disc.
To go to the next or previous folders (only
for MP3 or WMA discs)
For MP3 discs:
• When the current disc is an audio CD or a
CD Text disc:
CD Text: Disc title/performer =
Track title appears automatically
(see page 16).
For WMA discs:
To next folders.
To previous folders.
Clock*2
Current track
number
*2 Elapsed playing time appears for a while if
the current disc is an audio CD.
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To select a number from 01 – 06:
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To locate a particular track (for CD) or
folder (for MP3 or WMA discs) directly
First time you press +10 or –10 button, the
track skips to the nearest higher or lower
track with a track number of multiple ten
(ex. 10th, 20th, 30th).
Then each time you press the button, you
can skip 10 tracks.
• After the last track, the first track will be
selected and vice versa.
To select a number from 07 – 12:
3
• To use folder search on MP3/WMA discs, it
is required that folders are assigned with
2-digits number at the beginning of their
folder names—01, 02, 03, and so on.
• To select a particular track in a folder
(for MP3 or WMA disc) after selecting a
folder:
Prohibiting disc ejection
You can lock a disc in the loading slot.
Other main functions
Skipping a track quickly during play
• For MP3 or WMA disc, you can skip a track
within the same folder.
Ex.: To select track 32 while playing track 6
To cancel the prohibition, repeat the same
procedure.
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Changing the display information
While playing an audio CD or a CD Text (
/
)
*1 For KD-G615: If no title is assigned to an audio CD, “NO NAME” appears. To assign a
title to an audio CD, see page 22.
For KD-G515: “NO NAME” appears.
While playing an MP3 (
/
) or WMA (
) disc
• When “TAG DISP” is set to “TAG ON” (see page 21)
*2 If an MP3/WMA file does not have ID3 tags, folder name and file name appear. In this
case, the TAG indicator will not light up.
• When “TAG DISP” is set to “TAG OFF”
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Selecting the playback modes
You can use only one of the following playback modes at a time.
1
2 Select your desired playback mode.
Mode
Repeat play
Plays repeatedly
TRK RPT:
The current track.
• RPT lights up.
FLDR RPT*1: All tracks of the current folder.
•
and RPT light up.
DISC RPT*2: All tracks of the current disc.
•
and RPT light up.
RPT OFF:
Cancels.
Ex.: When “TRK RPT” is selected while
playing an MP3 disc in the receiver
Mode
Random play
FLDR RND*1:All tracks of the current folder,
then tracks of the next folder and
so on.
• RND and
light up.
DISC RND: All tracks of the current disc.
• RND and
light up.
MAG RND*2: All tracks of the inserted discs.
• RND lights up.
RND OFF:
Cancels.
Ex.: When “DISC RND” is selected while
playing an MP3 disc in the receiver
*1 Only while playing an MP3 (
Plays at random
/
*2 Only while playing discs in the CD changer (
) or WMA (
) disc.
).
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Sound adjustments
Selecting preset sound modes (C-EQ: custom equalizer)
You can select a preset sound mode suitable to
the music genre.
~
Ex.: When “ROCK” is selected
Indication pattern for each sound mode:
Indication
For:
Preset values
BAS*1 TRE*2 LOUD*3
USER
(Flat sound)
00
00
OFF
ROCK
Rock or
disco music
+03
+01
ON
CLASSIC
Classical
music
+01
–02
OFF
POPS
Light music
+04
+01
OFF
HIP HOP
Funk or rap
music
+02
00
ON
JAZZ
Jazz music
+02
+03
OFF
*1 BAS: Bass
*2 TRE: Treble
*3 LOUD: Loudness
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You can adjust the sound characteristics to your
preference.
1
* Only for KD-G615.
Ex.: When “TRE” is selected
Indication
To do:
BAS*1
(bass)
Adjust the bass.
–06 (min.)
to
+06 (max.)
TRE*1
(treble)
Adjust the treble.
–06 (min.)
to
+06 (max.)
FAD*2
(fader)
Adjust the front
and rear speaker
balance.
R06 (Rear
only)
to
F06 (Front
only)
BAL
(balance)
Adjust the left
and right speaker
balance.
L06 (Left
only)
to
R06 (Right
only)
LOUD*1
(loudness)
LOUD ON
Boost low and
J
high frequencies
to produce a well- LOUD OFF
balanced sound at
low volume level.
SUB. W*3
(subwoofer)
Adjust the
subwoofer output
level.
00 (min.) to
08 (max.)
VOL*4
(volume)
Adjust the
volume.
00 (min.) to
30 or 50
(max.)*5
2
Indication pattern changes as
you adjust the level.
Range
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Adjusting the sound
*1 When you adjust the bass, treble, or
loudness, the adjustment you have made is
stored for the currently selected sound mode
(C-EQ) including “USER.”
*2 If you are using a two-speaker system, set
the fader level to “00.”
*3 Only for KD-G615: This takes effect only
when a subwoofer is connected.
*4 Normally the control dial works as the
volume control. So you do not have to select
“VOL” to adjust the volume level.
*5 Depending on the amplifier gain control
setting. (See page 21 for details.)
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General settings — PSM
Basic procedure
3 Adjust the PSM item selected.
You can change PSM (Preferred Setting Mode)
items listed in the table that follows.
1
4 Repeat steps 2 and 3 to adjust the
other PSM items if necessary.
2 Select a PSM item.
5 Finish the procedure.
Ex.: When you select “DIMMER”
Indications
Selectable settings, [reference page]
DEMO
Display demonstration
DEMO ON:
CLOCK H
Hour adjustment
1 – 12, [8]
[Initial: 1 (1:00)]
CLOCK M
Minute adjustment
00 – 59, [8]
[Initial: 00 (1:00)]
LEVEL
Audio level meter
ON: [Initial]; Activates the audio level indicator.
OFF: Cancels; sound mode indicator is shown, [18].
DIMMER
Dimmer
AUTO: [Initial]; Dims the display when you turn on the
headlights.
ON:
Activates dimmer.
OFF:
Cancels.
[Initial]; Display demonstration will be activated
automatically if no operation is done for about
20 seconds, [8].
DEMO OFF: Cancels.
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Selectable settings, [reference page]
TEL*1
Telephone muting
MUTING 1/MUTING 2: Select either one which mutes the sounds
while using the cellular phone.
OFF: [Initial]; Cancels.
SCROLL*2
Scroll
ONCE: [Initial]; Scrolls the disc information once.
AUTO: Repeats scrolling (5-seconds interval in between).
OFF:
Cancels.
• Pressing D DISP for more than one second can scroll the display
regardless of the setting.
WOOFER*1
Subwoofer cutoff
frequency
LOW:
MID:
HIGH:
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Indications
Frequencies lower than 55 Hz are send to the subwoofer.
[Initial]; Frequencies lower than 85 Hz are send to the
subwoofer.
Frequencies lower than 115 Hz are send to the subwoofer.
EXT IN*3
External input
CHANGER: [Initial]; To use a JVC CD changer, [13].
EXT IN:
To use another external component, [24].
AUX ADJ*1
Auxiliary input level
adjustment
A.ADJ 00 – A.ADJ 05: Adjust the auxiliary input level
accordingly, to avoid the sudden increase of the
output level when changing the source from external
component connected to the AUX input jack on the
control panel.
[Initial: A.ADJ 00]
TAG DISP
Tag display
TAG ON:
AMP GAIN
Amplifier gain control
You can change the maximum volume level of this receiver.
LOW PWR: VOL 00 – VOL 30 (Select this if the maximum power
of the speaker is less than 50 W to prevent them from
damaging the speaker.)
HIGH PWR: [Initial]; VOL 00 – VOL 50
[Initial]; Shows the ID3 tag while playing MP3/WMA
tracks, [16].
TAG OFF: Cancels.
*1 Only for KD-G615.
*2 Some characters or symbols will not be shown (and will be blanked) or substituted on the display
(Ex. “ABCå!d#” ]“ABCA D ”.)
*3 Displayed only when one of the following sources is selected —FM, AM, CD, or (AUX IN: only
for KD-G615).
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Other main functions
Assigning titles to the sources
3 Assign a title.
1 Select a character.
This section is only for KD-G615.
You can assign titles to station frequencies
and CDs (both in this receiver and in the CD
changer).
Sources
FM/AM tuner
CDs/CD-CH
Maximum number of
characters
Up to 8 characters (up
to 30 station frequencies
including both FM and
AM)
2 Move to the next (or previous)
character position.
Up to 32 characters (up to
30 discs)
* You cannot assign a title to a CD Text or an
MP3/WMA disc.
1 Select the sources.
• For FM/AM tuner: Tune in to a station.
• For a CD in this receiver: Insert a CD.
• For CDs in the CD changer: Select
“CD-CH,” then select a disc number.
3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 until you
finish entering the title.
4 Finish the procedure.
2 Enter the title assignment mode.
To erase the entire title
In step 2 on the left...
Ex.: When you select CD as the source
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Attaching the control panel
When detaching or attaching the control panel,
be careful not to damage the connectors on
the back of the control panel and on the panel
holder.
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Detaching the control panel
Detaching the control panel
Before detaching the control panel, be sure to
turn off the power.
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External component operations
Playing an external component
For KD-G515:
For KD-G615:
You can connect an external component to the
CD changer jack on the rear using the Line
Input Adapter KS-U57 (not supplied), and
another to the AUX (auxiliary) input jack on the
control panel.
For KD-G515:
You can connect an external component to the
CD changer jack on the rear using the Line
Input Adapter KS-U57 (not supplied).
• For connection, see Installation/Connection
Manual (separate volume).
~
• If “EXT IN” does not appear, see page
21 and select the external input (EXT
IN).
Ÿ
!
Turn on the connected component
and start playing the source.
Adjust the volume.
For KD-G615:
AUX IN : For selecting the external
component connected to the
AUX input jack.
EXT IN : For selecting the external
component connected to the
CD changer jack on the rear
using KS-U57.
If “EXT IN” does not appear,
see page 21 and select the
external input (EXT IN).
⁄
Adjust the sound as you want.
(See pages 18 and 19.)
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How to clean the connectors
Frequent detachment will deteriorate the
connectors.
To minimize this possibility, periodically wipe
the connectors with a cotton swab or cloth
moistened with alcohol, being careful not to
damage the connectors.
To keep discs clean
A dirty disc may not play correctly.
If a disc does become dirty, wipe
it with a soft cloth in a straight line
from center to edge.
• Do not use any solvent (for
example, conventional record cleaner, spray,
thinner, benzine, etc.) to clean discs.
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Maintenance
To play new discs
New discs may have some rough
spots around the inner and outer
edges. If such a disc is used, this
receiver may reject the disc.
To remove these rough spots, rub the edges
with a pencil or ball-point pen, etc.
Connector
Moisture condensation
Moisture may condense on the lens inside the
CD player in the following cases:
• After starting the heater in the car.
• If it becomes very humid inside the car.
Should this occur, the CD player may
malfunction. In this case, eject the disc and
leave the receiver turned on for a few hours
until the moisture evaporates.
How to handle discs
When removing a disc from Center holder
its case, press down the center
holder of the case and lift the
disc out, holding it by the
edges.
• Always hold the disc by the edges. Do not
touch its recording surface.
When storing a disc into its case, gently insert
the disc around the center holder (with the
printed surface facing up).
• Make sure to store discs into the cases after
use.
Do not use the following discs:
Warped
disc
Sticker
Sticker
residue
Disc
Stick-on
label
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More about this receiver
Basic operations
Inserting a disc
Turning on the power
• When a disc is inserted upside down,
“PLEASE” and “EJECT” appear alternately
on the display. Press 0 to eject the disc.
• Do not insert 8 cm discs (single CD) and
unusual shape discs (heart, flower, etc.) into
the loading slot.
• By pressing SOURCE on the receiver, you
can also turn on the power.
Turning off the power
• If you turn off the power while listening to a
disc, disc play will start from where playback
has been stopped previously, next time you
turn on the power.
Selecting the sources
• When no disc is loaded in the receiver, “CD”
cannot be selected.
• Without connecting to the CD changer,
“CD-CH” cannot be selected.
Tuner operations
Storing stations in memory
• During SSM search...
– All previously stored stations are erased and
stations are stored newly.
– Received stations are preset in No. 1 (lowest
frequency) to No. 6 (highest frequency).
– When SSM is over, the station stored in
No. 1 will be automatically tuned in.
• When storing a station manually, a previously
preset station is erased when a new station is
stored in the same preset number.
Disc operations
General
• This receiver has been designed to reproduce
CDs/CD Texts, and CD-Rs (Recordable)/
CD-RWs (Rewritable) in audio CD (CD-DA),
MP3 and WMA format.
• When a disc has been loaded, selecting “CD”
for the playback source starts disc play.
Playing a disc
• While fast-forwarding or reversing on an MP3
or WMA disc, you can only hear intermittent
sounds.
Playing a CD-R or CD-RW
• Use only “finalized” CD-Rs or CD-RWs.
• This receiver can play back only the files of
the same type which is first detected if a disc
includes both audio CD (CD-DA) files and
MP3/WMA files.
• This receiver can play back multi-session
discs; however, unclosed sessions will be
skipped while playing.
• Some CD-Rs or CD-RWs may not play
back on this receiver because of their disc
characteristics, and for the following causes:
– Discs are dirty or scratched.
– Moisture condensation occurs on the lens
inside the receiver.
– The pickup lens inside the receiver is dirty.
– CD-R/CD-RW on which the files are
written with “Packet Write” method.
– There are improper recording conditions
(missing data, etc.) or media conditions
(stain, scratch, warp, etc.).
• CD-RWs may require a longer readout time
since the reflectance of CD-RWs is lower
than that of regular CDs.
• Do not use the following CD-Rs or CD-RWs:
– Discs with stickers, labels, or protective seal
stuck to the surface.
– Discs on which labels can be directly
printed by an ink jet printer.
Using these discs under high temperatures or
high humidities may cause malfunctions or
damages to discs.
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• This receiver can play back MP3/WMA files
with the extension code <.mp3> or <.wma>
(regardless of the letter case—upper/lower).
• This receiver can show the names of albums,
artists (performer), and ID3 Tag (Version 1.0,
1.1, 2.2, 2.3, or 2.4) for MP3 files and for
WMA files.
• This receiver can display only one-byte
characters. No other characters can be
correctly displayed.
• This receiver can play back MP3/WMA files
meeting the conditions below:
– Bit rate: 8 kbps — 320 kbps
– Sampling frequency:
48 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 32 kHz (for MPEG-1)
24 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 16 kHz (for MPEG-2)
– Disc format: ISO 9660 Level 1/ Level 2,
Romeo, Joliet, Windows long file name
• The maximum number of characters for file/
folder names vary among the disc format used
(includes 4 extension characters—<.mp3> or
<.wma>).
– ISO 9660 Level 1: up to 12 characters
– ISO 9660 Level 2: up to 31 characters
– Romeo*: up to 128 (72) characters
– Joliet*: up to 64 (36) characters
– Windows long file name*: up to 128 (72)
characters
* The parenthetic figure is the maximum
number of characters for file/folder names
in case the total number of files and folders
is 313 or more.
• This receiver can recognize the total of 512
files, of 200 folders, and of 8 hierarchies.
• This receiver can play back the files recorded
in VBR (variable bit rate).
The files recorded in VBR have a discrepancy
in elapsed time display, and do not show
the actual elapsed time. Especially, after
performing the search function, this difference
becomes noticeable.
• This receiver cannot play back the following
files:
– MP3 files encoded with MP3i and MP3
PRO format.
– MP3 files encoded in an unappropriated
format.
– MP3 files encoded with Layer 1/2.
– WMA files encoded with lossless,
professional, and voice format.
– WMA files which are not based upon
Windows Media® Audio.
– WMA files copy-protected with DRM.
– Files which have the data such as WAVE,
ATRAC3, etc.
• The search function works but search speed is
not constant.
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Playing an MP3/WMA disc
Changing the source
• If you change the source, playback also stops
(without ejecting the disc).
Next time you select “CD” for the playback
source, disc play starts from where it has been
stopped previously.
Ejecting a disc
• If the ejected disc is not removed within
15 seconds, the disc is automatically inserted
again into the loading slot to prevent it from
dust. (Disc will not play this time.)
General settings—PSM
• If you change the “AMP GAIN” setting from
“HIGH PWR” to “LOW PWR” while the
volume level is set higher than “VOL 30,” the
receiver automatically changes the volume
level to “VOL 30.”
Other main functions (only for
KD-G615)
• If you try to assign a title to a 31st disc or to
the 31st station frequency, “NAMEFULL”
flashes on the display. Delete unwanted titles
before assignment.
• Titles assigned to discs in the CD changer can
also be shown if you playback the disc from
the receiver.
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Troubleshooting
What appears to be trouble is not always serious. Check the following points before calling a service
center.
Symptoms
FM/AM
Disc playback
Remedies
The volume level is set to
the minimum level.
Adjust it to the optimum
level.
Connections are incorrect.
Check the cords and
connections.
• The receiver does not
work at all.
The built-in microcomputer
may have functioned
incorrectly due to noise, etc.
Reset the receiver (see page
2).
• SSM automatic presetting
does not work.
Signals are too weak.
Store stations manually.
• Static noise while listening
to the radio.
The antenna is not connected Connect the antenna firmly.
firmly.
• Disc cannot be played
back.
Disc is inserted upside
down.
Insert the disc correctly.
• CD-R/CD-RW cannot be
played back.
• Tracks on the CD-R/
CD-RW cannot be
skipped.
CD-R/CD-RW is not
finalized.
• Insert a finalized CD-R/
CD-RW.
• Finalize the CD-R/CD-RW
with the component which
you used for recording.
• Disc can be neither played
back nor ejected.
Disc is locked.
Unlock the disc (see page
15).
The CD player may have
functioned incorrectly.
Eject the disc forcibly (see
page 2).
You are driving on rough
roads.
Stop playback while driving
on rough roads.
Disc is scratched.
Change the disc.
Connections are incorrect.
Check the cords and
connections.
Disc is inserted incorrectly.
Insert the disc correctly.
General
• Sound cannot be heard
from the speakers.
Causes
• Disc sound is sometimes
interrupted.
• “NO DISC” appears on
the display.
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MP3/WMA playback
• Disc cannot be played
back.
Causes
Remedies
No MP3/WMA tracks are
recorded on the disc.
Change the disc.
MP3/WMA tracks do not
have the extension code
<.mp3> or <.wma> in their
file names.
Add the extension code
<.mp3> or <.wma> to their
file names.
MP3/WMA tracks are not
recorded in the format
compliant with ISO 9660
Level 1, Level 2, Romeo, or
Joliet.
Change the disc.
(Record MP3/WMA
tracks using a compliant
application.)
• Noise is generated.
The track played back is not
an MP3/WMA file (although
it has the extension code
<.mp3> or <.wma>).
Skip to another track or
change the disc. (Do not add
the extension code <.mp3>
or <.wma> to non-MP3 or
WMA tracks.)
• A longer readout time is
required (“CHECK” keeps
flashing on the display).
Readout time varies due to
the complexity of the folder/
file configuration.
Do not use too many
hierarchies and folders.
• Tracks cannot be played
back as you have intended
them to play.
Playback order is determined
when the files are recorded.
• Elapsed playing time is
not correct.
This sometimes occurs
during play. This is caused
by how the tracks are
recorded on the disc.
• “NO FILES” appears on
the display.
The current disc does not
contain any MP3/WMA
tracks.
• Correct characters are
not displayed (e.g. album
name).
This receiver can only
display alphabets (capital:
A – Z), numbers, and a
limited number of symbols.
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Symptoms
Insert a disc that contains
MP3/WMA tracks.
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CD changer
Symptoms
Causes
Remedies
• “NO DISC” appears on
the display.
No disc is in the magazine.
Insert disc into the magazine.
Disc is inserted upside down.
Insert disc correctly.
• “NO MAG” appears on
the display.
No magazine is loaded in the Insert the magazine.
CD changer.
• “RESET 8” appears on the
display.
This receiver is not
Connect this receiver and the
connected to the CD changer CD changer correctly and
correctly.
press the reset button of the
CD changer.
• “RESET 1” – “RESET 7”
appears on the display.
• The CD changer does not
work at all.
Press the reset button of the
CD changer.
The built-in microcomputer
may function incorrectly due
to noise, etc.
Reset the receiver (see page
2).
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AUDIO AMPLIFIER SECTION
Maximum Power Output:
Front: 50 W per channel
Rear: 50 W per channel
Continuous Power Output (RMS):
Front: 19 W per channel into 4 Ω, 40 Hz
to 20 000 Hz at no more than 0.8%
total harmonic distortion.
Rear: 19 W per channel into 4 Ω, 40 Hz
to 20 000 Hz at no more than 0.8%
total harmonic distortion.
Load Impedance: 4 Ω (4 Ω to 8 Ω allowance)
Tone Control Range:
Bass: ±10 dB at 100 Hz
Treble: ±10 dB at 10 kHz
Frequency Response: 40 Hz to 20 000 Hz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 70 dB
Line-Out Level/Impedance:
2.5 V/20 kΩ load (full scale)
Output Impedance: 1 kΩ
Subwoofer-Out Level/Impedance:
KD-G615:
2.0 V/20 kΩ load (full scale)
Other Terminals:
CD changer, SUBWOOFER (only for
KD-G615)
TUNER SECTION
Frequency Range:
FM: 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz
AM: 531 kHz to 1 602 kHz
[FM Tuner]
Usable Sensitivity: 11.3 dBf (1.0 µV/75 Ω)
50 dB Quieting Sensitivity:
16.3 dBf (1.8 µV/75 Ω)
Alternate Channel Selectivity (400 kHz): 65 dB
Frequency Response: 40 Hz to 15 000 Hz
Stereo Separation: 35 dB
Capture Ratio: 1.5 dB
[AM Tuner]
Sensitivity: 20 µV
Selectivity: 35 dB
CD PLAYER SECTION
Type: Compact disc player
Signal Detection System: Non-contact optical
pickup (semiconductor laser)
Number of Channels: 2 channels (stereo)
Frequency Response: 5 Hz to 20 000 Hz
Dynamic Range:
96 dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 98 dB
Wow and Flutter: Less than measurable limit
MP3 Decoding Format:
MPEG1/2 Audio Layer 3
Max. Bit Rate: 320 kbps
WMA (Windows Media® Audio) Decoding
Format:
Max. Bit Rate: 192 kbps
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Specifications
GENERAL
Power Requirement:
Operating Voltage:
DC 14.4 V (11 V to 16 V allowance)
Grounding System: Negative ground
Allowable Operating Temperature:
0°C to +40°C
Dimensions (W × H × D):
Installation Size (approx.):
182 mm × 52 mm × 150 mm
Panel Size (approx.):
188 mm × 58 mm × 11 mm
Mass (approx.):
1.5 kg (excluding accessories)
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
• Microsoft and Windows Media are either
registered trademarks or trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation in the United States
and/or other countries.
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Having TROUBLE with operation?
Please reset your unit
Refer to page of How to reset your unit
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KD-G615/KD-G515
Installation/Connection Manual
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This receiver is designed to operate on 12 V DC, NEGATIVE ground electrical systems. If
your vehicle does not have this system, a voltage inverter is required, which can be purchased
at JVC car audio dealers.
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Parts list for installation and connection
The following parts are provided for this receiver.
After checking them, please set them correctly.
A/B
Hard case/Control panel
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Mounting bolt (M5 x 20 mm)
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INSTALLATION
(IN-DASH MOUNTING)
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The following illustration shows a typical installation. If you have any questions or require
information regarding installation kits, consult your JVC car audio dealer or a company supplying
kits.
• If you are not sure how to install this receiver correctly, have it installed by a qualified
technician.
Do the required electrical connections.
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*1 When you stand the receiver,
be careful not to damage the
fuse on the rear.
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Bend the appropriate tabs to hold the
sleeve firmly in place.
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Removing the receiver
Before removing the receiver, release the rear section.
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Insert the two handles, then pull them
as illustrated so that the receiver can be
removed.
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When using the optional stay /
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Stay (option)
When installing the receiver without using the sleeve /
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In a Toyota for example, first remove the car radio and install the receiver in its place.
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Install the receiver at an angle of less
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Note
: When installing the receiver on the mounting bracket, make sure to use the 8 mm-long screws. If
longer screws are used, they could damage the receiver.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
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To prevent short circuits, we recommend that you disconnect the battery’s negative terminal and
make all electrical connections before installing the receiver.
• Be sure to ground this receiver to the car’s chassis again after installation.
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Notes:
• Replace the fuse with one of the specified rating. If the fuse blows frequently, consult your JVC
car audio dealer.
• It is recommended to connect to the speakers with maximum power of more than 50 W (both
at the rear and at the front, with an impedance of 4 Ω to 8 Ω). If the maximum power is less
than 50 W, change “AMP GAIN” setting to prevent the speakers from being damaged (see
page 21 of the INSTRUCTIONS).
• To prevent short-circuit, cover the terminals of the UNUSED leads with insulating tape.
• The heat sink becomes very hot after use. Be careful not to touch it when removing this
receiver.
Heat sink
·ºËπ√–∫“¬§«“¡√ÈÕπ
¢ÈÕ§«√√–«—ß ”À√—∫°“√µËÕ·À≈Ë߮˓¬°”≈—ß·≈–≈”‚æß:
PRECAUTIONS on power supply and speaker connections:
• լ˓µËÕ “¬µ–°—Ë«‡§‡∫‘≈°”≈—ߢÕß≈”‚æ߇¢È“°—∫·∫µ‡µÕ√’Ë√∂¬πµÏ ¡‘©–π—Èπ ™ÿ¥ª√–°Õ∫®–‰¥È√—
∫§«“¡‡ ’¬À“¬¡“°
• °ËÕπ∑’Ë®–µËÕ “¬µ–°—Ë«‡§‡∫‘≈°”≈—ߢÕß≈”‚æ߇¢È“°—∫≈”‚æß „Àȵ√«® Õ∫°“√‡¥‘𠓬‰ø≈”‚æ
ß„π√∂¢Õߧÿ≥„Àȇ√’¬∫√ÈÕ¬‡ ’¬°ËÕπ
• DO NOT connect the speaker leads of the power cord to the car battery; otherwise,
the receiver will be seriously damaged.
• BEFORE connecting the speaker leads of the power cord to the speakers, check the
speaker wiring in your car.
TROUBLESHOOTING
°“√µ√«® Õ∫ª—≠À“¢—¥¢ÈÕß
• ø‘« Ï¢“¥
* ¡’°“√‡™◊ËÕ¡ “¬µ–°—Ë« ’¥”·≈– ’·¥ßլ˓ß∂Ÿ°µÈÕßÀ√◊Õ‰¡Ë
• ‰¡Ë “¡“√∂‡ª‘¥‡§√◊ËÕ߉¥È
* ¡’°“√‡™◊ËÕ¡ “¬µ–°—Ë« ’‡À≈◊ÕßÀ√◊Õ‰¡Ë
• ‰¡Ë¡’‡ ’¬ßÕÕ°®“°≈”‚æß
* “¬µ–°—Ë« Ë«π∑’ËÕÕ°∑“ß≈”‚æ߇°‘¥‰øøÈ“≈—¥«ß®√À√◊Õ‰¡Ë
• ‡ ’¬ß‡æ’Ȭπ
* “¬µ–°—Ë« Ë«π∑’ËÕÕ°∑“ß≈”‚æßµËÕ≈ߥ‘πÀ√◊Õ‰¡Ë
* “¬¢—È«≈∫¢Õß≈”‚æߥȓπ´È“¬ (L) ·≈–¢«“ (R) µËÕ≈ߥ‘πµ“¡ª°µ‘À√◊Õ‰¡Ë
• ‡ ’¬ß√∫°«π
* ¡’°“√„™È “¬ —ÈπÊ À√◊ÕÀπ“Ê µËÕ®“°‡§√◊ËÕß «π∑’˵‘¥µ—Èß ‰«È∫πæ◊Èπ¥È“πÀ≈—ß°—∫µ—«∂—ß√∂¬πµÏÀ√◊Õ‰¡Ë
• ™ÿ¥ª√–°Õ∫√ÈÕπ¢÷Èπ
* “¬µ–°—Ë« Ë«π∑’ËÕÕ°∑“ß≈”‚æßµËÕ≈ߥ‘πÀ√◊Õ‰¡Ë
* “¬¢—È«≈∫¢Õß≈”‚æߥȓπ´È“¬ (L) ·≈–¢«“ (R) µËÕ≈ߥ‘πµ“¡ª°µ‘À√◊Õ‰¡Ë
• ‡§√◊ËÕß√—∫π’È∑”ß“π‰¡
* ∑Ë“π‰¥Èµ—È߇§√◊ËÕß„À¡Ë·≈È«À√◊Õ¬—ß
• The fuse blows.
* Are the red and black leads connected correctly?
• Power cannot be turned on.
* Is the yellow lead connected?
• No sound from the speakers.
* Is the speaker output lead short-circuited?
• Sound is distorted.
* Is the speaker output lead grounded?
* Are the “–” terminals of L and R speakers grounded in common?
• Noise interfere with sounds.
* Is the rear ground terminal connected to the car’s chassis using shorter and thicker cords?
• Receiver becomes hot.
* Is the speaker output lead grounded?
* Are the “–” terminals of L and R speakers grounded in common?
• This receiver does not work at all.
* Have you reset your receiver?
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ENGLISH
A
Typical connections /
°“√‡™◊ËÕ¡µËÕ·∫∫ª°µ‘
°ËÕ•∑”°“•‡™•ËÕ¡µËÕ: µ•«®†Õ•°“•‡¥‘•†“¬‰ø„•••¬•µÏլ˓ߕ–¡—¥•–«—լ˓„ÀȺ‘¥æ•“¥„•°“•‡™•ËÕ¡µËÕ™ÿ¥ª•–°Õ•™ÿ¥•’
°“•‡™•ËÕ¡µËÕº‘¥æ•“¥Õ“®∑”„Àȇ°‘¥§«“¡‡†’¬À“¬•È“¬·•ß°—•™ÿ¥ª•–
°Õ••’ȉ¥È“•µ–°—Ë«¢Õ߆“¬‰ø ·•–¢ÕßÕÿª°••ÏµËÕ‡™•ËÕ¡®“°µ—«• ß••Õ“®¡’†’∑’ˉ¡Ë‡À¡•Õ•°—•
1 µËÕ “¬‰ø ’µ“¡≈”¥—∫∑’Ë√–∫ÿ„π√Ÿª¥È“π≈Ë“ß
2 ‡™◊ËÕ¡µËÕ°—∫“¬Õ“°“»
3 ÿ¥∑È“¬ µËÕ Ë«π§«∫§ÿ¡°“√‡¥‘𠓬‰ø‡¢È“°—∫™ÿ¥ª√–°Õ∫™ÿ¥π’È
Before connecting: Check the wiring in the vehicle carefully. Incorrect connection may cause
serious damage to this receiver.
The leads of the power cord and those of the connector from the car body may be different in
color.
1
2
3
Connect the colored leads of the power cord in the order specified in the illustration below.
Connect the antenna cord.
Finally connect the wiring harness to the receiver.
*3 Only for KD-G615 (see diagram )
*3 ‡©æ“–√ÿËπ KD-G615 (¥Ÿ·ºπ¿Ÿ¡ )
SUBWOOFER*3
To CD changer or another external component (see diagram
™ËÕ߇ ’¬∫µËÕ¢Õ߇§√◊ËÕ߇≈Ëπ´’¥ CD ≈À–Õÿª°√≥Ï¿“¬πÕ° (¥Ÿ·ºπ¿Ÿ¡
)
)
Rear ground
terminal
®ÿ¥‡™◊ËÕ¡µËÕ
“¬¥‘π¥È“πÀ≈—ß
Antenna terminal
¢—È« “¬Õ“°“»
15 A fuse
ø‘« Ï¢π“¥ 15 A
Line out (see diagram
“¬ÕÕ° (¥Ÿ·ºπ¿Ÿ¡ )
*1 Not included for this receiver
*1
)
‰¡Ë ‰¥È„ÀÈ¡“°—∫™ÿ¥ª√–°Õ∫π
Ignition switch
«‘∑™Ï®ÿ¥√–‡∫‘¥
Black
’¥”
To metallic body or chassis of the car
µËÕ°—∫‚§√ß‚≈À–À√◊Õ‡™ ´‘ ¢Õß√∂¬πµÏ
Yellow*2
’‡À≈◊Õß*2
To a live terminal in the fuse block connecting to the car battery
(bypassing the ignition switch) (constant 12 V)
µËÕ°—∫¢—È«∑’Ë¡’°√–· ‰øøÈ“„π·ºßø‘« Ï ´÷ËßµËÕ°—∫·∫µ‡µÕ√’Ë√∂¬πµ
(‚¥¬‰¡ËµÈÕß„™È «‘∑™Ï®ÿ¥√–‡∫‘¥) (12 ‚«≈∑ϧß∑’Ë)
Fuse block
Red
’·¥ß
To an accessory terminal in the fuse block
·ºßø‘« µËÕ°—∫¢—È« Ë«πª√–°Õ∫„π·ºßø‘«
Blue
*2 Before checking the operation of this receiver
prior to installation, this lead must be connected,
otherwise power cannot be turned on.
*2
»’øÈ“
To the automatic antenna if any (250 mA max.)
‡ “Õ“°“»‰øøÈ“Õ—µ‚π¡—µ‘ À“°¡’ (¢π“¥ Ÿß ¸¥ 250 mA)
°ËÕπ°“√µ√«® Õ∫°“√∑”ß“π¢Õß™ÿ¥ª√–°Õ∫π’È°ËÕπ∑’Ë®–µ‘¥µ—Èß
µÈÕßµËÕ “¬µ–°—Ë«π’È°ËÕπ ¡‘©–π—Èπ®–‰¡ “¡“√∂‡ª‘¥‡§√◊ËÕ߉¥
Blue with white stripe
’πÈ”‡ß‘π≈“¬¢“«
To the remote lead of other equipment (200 mA max.)
µËÕ‡¢È“°—∫Õª°√≥ÏÕË◊π (¢π“¥ Ÿß ¸¥ 200 mA)
Orange with white stripe
’ È¡·∂∫¢“«
To car light control switch
«‘µ´Ï§«∫§ÿ¡‰ø¢Õß√∂¬πµ√Ï
Brown
πÈ”µ“≈
White with black stripe
’¢“«·∂∫¥”
White
’¢“«
Gray with black stripe
’‡∑“·∂∫¥”
Left speaker (front)
≈”‚æß´È“¬ (ÀπÈ“)
To cellular phone system—only for KD-G615
µËÕ°—∫‚∑√»—æ∑χ§≈◊ËÕπ∑—‡©æ“–√ÿËπ KD-G615
Gray
’‡∑“
Green with black stripe
’‡¢’¬«·∂∫¥”
Right speaker (front)
≈”‚æߢ«“ (ÀπÈ“)
Green
’‡¢’¬«
Purple with black stripe
’¡Ë«ß·∂∫¥”
Left speaker (rear)
≈”‚æß´È“¬ (À≈—ß)
Purple
’¡Ë«ß
Right speaker (rear)
≈”‚æߢ«“ (À≈—ß)
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B
Connecting the external amplifier /
°“√µËÕ‡æ‘Ë¡‡µ‘¡‡¢È“°—∫Õÿª°√≥ÏÕ◊Ëπ
§ÿ≥ “¡“√∂µËÕ°—∫·Õ¡æ≈‘ø“¬‡ÕÕ√Ï ‡æ◊ËÕ‡æ‘Ë¡§ÿ≥ ¿“æ‡ ’¬ß„ÀÈ°—∫√–∫∫ ‡µÕ√‘‚Õ¢Õß√∂¬πµÏ
• µËÕ “¬µ–°—Ë«√–¬–‰°≈ ( ’πÈ”‡ß‘π≈“¬¢“«) ‡¢È“°—∫ “¬µ–°—Ë«√–¬–‰°≈¢ÕßÕÿª°√≥ÏÕ◊Ëπ Ê ‡æ◊ËÕ®– “¡“√∂§«∫§ÿ¡‚¥¬™ÿ¥ª√–
°Õ∫π’ȉ¥È
• ∂Õ¥≈”‚æßÕÕ°®“°™ÿ¥ª√–°Õ∫π’È ·≈È«µËÕ‡¢È“°—∫‡§√◊ËÕߢ¬“¬ ∑‘Èß “¬µ–°—Ë«≈”‚æߢÕß™ÿ¥ª√–°Õ∫π’ȉ«È
You can connect amplifiers to upgrade your car stereo system.
• Connect the remote lead (blue with white stripe) to the remote lead of the other equipment
so that it can be controlled through this receiver.
• Disconnect the speakers from this receiver, connect them to the amplifier. Leave the
speaker leads of this receiver unused.
Remote lead
Y-connector (not supplied for this receiver)
¢ÈÕµËÕ√Ÿªµ—« Y (‰¡Ë ‰¥È„ÀÈ¡“°—∫™ÿ¥ª√–°Õ∫π’È)
“¬µ–°—Ë«•–¬–‰°•
To the remote lead of other equipment or
automatic antenna if any
Remote lead (Blue with white stripe)
“¬µ–°—Ë«•–¬–‰°• ( ’πÈ”‡ß‘π≈“¬¢“«)
µËÕ “¬°—∫Õÿª°√≥ÏÕ◊ËπÀ√◊Õ‡ “Õ“°“»Õ—µ‚π¡—µ‘∂È“¡’
Only for KD-G615 / ‡©æ“–√ÿËπ KD-G615
Rear speakers
≈”‚æßÀ≈—ß
JVC Amplifier
JVC Amplifier
‡§√◊ËÕߢ¬“¬‡ ’¬ß JVC
‡§√◊ËÕߢ¬“¬‡ ’¬ß JVC
Subwoofer
´—∫«Ÿ‡øÕ√Ï
Front speakers
Only for KD-G615 / ‡©æ“–√ÿËπ KD-G615
Front speakers
≈”‚æßÀπÈ“
≈”‚æßÀπÈ“
JVC Amplifier
‡§√◊ËÕߢ¬“¬‡ ’¬ß JVC
*4 Firmly attach the ground wire to the metallic body or to the chassis of the car—to
the place not coated with paint (if coated with paint, remove the paint before
attaching the wire). Failure to do so may cause damage to the receiver.
*4
*5 Signal cord (not supplied for this receiver)
*5 “¬‡§‡∫‘≈ —≠≠“≥ (‰¡Ë ‰¥È„ÀÈ¡“°—∫™ÿ¥ª√–°Õ∫π’È)
C
Connecting the external components /
µËÕ≈«¥ “¬¥‘π„ÀÈ·πËπ‡¢È“°—∫µ—«∂—߇À≈Á° À√◊Õµ—«∂—ß√∂—µ√ß Ë«π ∑’ˉ¡Ë¡ ’ ’‡§≈◊Õ∫ (À“°¡’ ’‡§≈◊Õ∫Õ¬ŸË „ÀÈ¢Ÿ¥ ’ÕÕ°°ËÕπ
°ËÕπµËÕ≈«¥ “¬¥‘π) À“°‰¡ËªØ‘∫—µ‘µ“¡§”·π–π”π’È ‡§√◊ËÕßÕ“®™”√ÿ¥À√◊Õ‡ ’¬À“¬‰¥
°“√µËÕ‡æ‘Ë¡‡µ‘¡‡¢È“°—∫Õÿª°√≥ÏÕ◊Ëπ Ê
CD Changer / ‡§√◊ËÕ߇≈Ëπ´’¥’ CD
• Refer also to page 13 of the INSTRUCTIONS.
• ¥Ÿ√“¬≈–‡Õ’¬¥„πÀπÈ“ 13 ¢ÕߢÈÕ·π–π”¥È«¬
*6 Connecting cord supplied for your CD changer
*6 “¬µËÕ„ÀÈ¡“æ√ÈÕ¡‡§√◊ËÕ߇≈Ëπ´’¥
JVC CD changer
‡§√◊ËÕ߇≈Ëπ´’¥’ JVC
*7 Only for KD-G615
*7 ‡©æ“–√ÿËπ KD-G615
CAUTION / ¢ÈÕ§«√√–«—ß:
• Before connecting the CD changer, make sure that the receiver is
turned off.
• °ËÕπ®–‡™◊ËÕ¡µËÕ‡§√◊ËÕ߇≈Ëπ´’¥’ °√ÿ≥“µ√«® Õ∫„ÀÈ·πË„®«Ë“‡§√◊ËÕ߇≈Ëπ´’¥’π—Èπª‘¥Õ¬
External component / Õÿª°√≥Ï¿“¬πÕ°
• Set “EXT IN” to “EXT IN” (See page 21 of the INSTRUCTIONS.) /
µ—Èß “EXT IN” ‰ª∑’Ë “EXT IN” (¥ŸÀπÈ“ 21 ¢ÕߢÈÕ·π–π”¥È«¬)
KS-U57*8
*8 Line Input Adapter KS-U57 (not supplied for this
receiver)
*
8
External component
Õÿª°√≥Ï¿“¬πÕ°
Õ·¥ª‡µÕ√Ï “¬ —≠≠“≥‡¢È“ KS-U57 (‰¡Ë‰¥È„ÀÈ¡“°—∫™ÿ¥ª√–
°Õ∫π’È)
CD changer jack
™ËÕ߇ ’¬∫µËÕ¢Õ߇§√◊ËÕ߇≈Ëπ´’¥ CD
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