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IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS
Precautions:
1. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
2. CAUTION: Invisible laser radiation when open and interlock failed or defeated. Avoid direct
exposure to beam.
3. CAUTION: Do not open the top cover. There are no user-serviceable parts inside. Leave all
servicing to qualified service personnel.
4. CAUTION: This CD player uses invisible laser radiation, however, is equipped with safety switches
to prevent radiation emission when unloading CDs. It is dangerous to defeat the safety switches.
5. CAUTION: Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified
herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
How to reset your unit
Press the reset button on the control
panel using a ball-point pen or similar
tool.
This will reset the built-in microcomputer.
SRC
D
DISP
BBE
ATT
MODE
SEL
Note:
Your preset adjustments—such as preset
channels or sound adjustments—will also be
erased.
1
2
3
4
5
6
M
CAUTION:
NEVER insert your finger in between the control panel
and the unit, as it may get caught or hurt.
(See page 45.)
BEFORE USE
*For safety....
• 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.
*Temperature inside the car....
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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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.
CONTENTS
How to reset your unit ..............................
2
LOCATION OF THE BUTTONS ...........
4
Control panel ............................................
Remote controller .....................................
Preparing the remote controller ................
4
5
6
BASIC OPERATIONS ......................
7
Turning on the power ...............................
Canceling the display demonstration .......
Setting the clock .......................................
Selecting the level meter ..........................
7
8
8
9
RADIO OPERATIONS ..................... 10
Listening to the radio ................................
Storing stations in memory ......................
Tuning in to a preset station .....................
Changing the display pattern ...................
10
12
13
14
CD OPERATIONS .......................... 15
About MP3 and WMA discs .....................
Playing a disc ...........................................
Locating a particular portion on a track .....
Locating a track on a disc ........................
Locating a folder on a disc .......................
Selecting a folder and a track using the
name lists ..............................................
Selecting playback modes .......................
Prohibiting disc ejection ...........................
Changing the display pattern ...................
15
15
17
18
19
25
EQUALIZER OPERATIONS ............... 28
Selecting preset sound modes
(iEQ: intelligent equalizer) .....................
Storing your own sound modes ...............
Performing the basic sound settings ........
Making sounds natural—BBE Digital .......
30
31
GRAPHIC DISPLAYS ...................... 32
Downloading images and animations ......
Deleting unwanted files ............................
Activating the downloaded images and
animations .............................................
33
35
37
OTHER MAIN FUNCTIONS ............... 39
Changing the general settings (PSM) ......
Selecting the dimmer mode .....................
Assigning names to the sources ..............
Changing the control panel angle ............
Detaching the control panel .....................
39
43
44
45
46
CD CHANGER OPERATIONS ............. 47
Playing discs ............................................
Locating a folder on a disc .......................
Selecting a disc/folder/track using
the name lists ........................................
Selecting playback modes .......................
47
50
51
52
EXTERNAL COMPONENT OPERATIONS .... 54
Playing an external component ................
21
22
23
24
DSP OPERATIONS ........................ 25
Selecting the DSP modes ........................
SOUND ADJUSTMENTS .................. 30
54
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ............ 55
TROUBLESHOOTING ..................... 56
MAINTENANCE ............................ 58
Handling discs ..........................................
58
SPECIFICATIONS .......................... 59
28
29
CAUTION on Volume Setting:
Discs produce very little noise compared with
other sources. If the volume level is adjusted for
the tuner, for example, the speakers may be
damaged by the sudden increase in the output
level. Therefore, lower the volume before playing a
disc and adjust it as required during playback.
Caution:
If the temperature inside the car is below 0°C, the
movement of animation and text scroll will be
halted on the display to prevent the display from
being blurred.
(LOW TEMP.) indicator
appears on the display.
When the temperature increases, and the operating
temperature is resumed, these functions will start
working again.
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LOCATION OF THE BUTTONS
Control panel
1
SRC
2
3
4
6
5
7
D
DISP
BBE
ATT
MODE
SEL
8
1
2
3
9p q
1
2
3
4
5
6
SRC (source) button
DISP (D) (display) button
5 (up) button
4/¢
buttons
Display window
• 0 (eject) button
•
(angle) button
7 BBE button
4
5
6
M
w
e
r
t
8 •
(standby/on/attenuator) button
• Control dial
9 Remote sensor
p ∞ (down) button
q SEL (select) button
w Number buttons
e MODE (M) button
r
(control panel release) button
t Reset button
Illumination Navigation for easy operations:
If you use MODE (M) or SEL (select), the display and some controls (such as the number buttons,
4/¢
, 5 / ∞, and control dial) enter the corresponding control mode, then the controls
start flashing to lead you to the next operational steps. (Illumination Navigation)
• The display show how these buttons function during this period.
Ex. When you press number button 1 after pressing MODE (M), to operate the FM tuner.
Time countdown indicator
Appear only when selecting
the FM band
MODE
M
1
2
3
4
5
6
To use these controls for original functions again, wait until the controls stop flashing without
using these controls.
• Pressing MODE (M) again also restores original functions. However, pressing SEL (select)
makes the unit into a different mode.
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ATT
ANGLE
2
6
EQ
7
CD
DAB
DISC
FM
3
4
8
PRESET
PRESET
AM
RD
9
CH
DISC
AUX
p
SEL
VOLUME
5
RM-RK100
1 • Turns on the unit if pressed when the unit is
turned off.
• Turns off the unit if pressed and held for a
few seconds.
• Drops the volume level in a moment if
pressed briefly.
Press again to resume the volume.
2 Changes the angle of the control panel to four
positions.
3 Skips to the root while listening to an MP3
disc.
4 • CD : Selects CD player.
• FM : Selects FM tuner.
Each time you press the button, FM
band (FM1, FM2 and FM3) changes.
Note: Does not function as the DAB
button.
• AM : Selects AM tuner.
• CH : Selects CD changer.*1
• AUX :Selects the external component
(LINE IN).*2
5 *3 • Changes the volume.
6 Selects the sound (iEQ) mode.
Each time you press the button, the sound
(iEQ) mode changes.
7 • Searches stations while listening to the
radio.
• Fast-forwards or reverses the track if
pressed and held while listening to a disc.
• Skips to the beginning of the next track or
goes back to the beginning of the current (or
previous) tracks if pressed briefly while
listening to a disc.
8 • Changes the disc number while listening to
the CD changer. Each time you press and
hold the button, the disc number changes,
and the selected disc starts playing.
• Skips to the first track of a folder on a higher
hierarchy level or on a lower hierarchy level
if pressed briefly while listening to an MP3
or a WMA disc. (This does not function for
WMA discs on the MP3-compatible CD
changer).
• Adjusts the fader level on the fader/balance
adjustment screen.
9 • Changes the preset channel number while
listening to the radio. Each time you press
the button, the preset channel number
changes, and the selected station is tuned
in.
• Skips to the first track of the next folder or
the first track of the previous folder if
pressed and held while listening to an MP3
or a WMA disc.
• Skips to the first track of the next folder or
the first track of the previous folder on the
same hierarchy level if pressed briefly while
listening to an MP3 or a WMA disc. (This
does not function for WMA discs on the
MP3-compatible CD changer).
• Adjusts the balance level on the fader/
balance adjustment screen.
p *3 Turns on or off the fader/balance adjustment
screen. Then you can adjust them using the
buttons explained above (8 and 9).
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Remote controller
*1 Without connecting the CD changer, you cannot
select it as the source to play.
*2 If the “Line In” setting is changed to “Off,” you
cannot select “LINE IN” (see pages 40 and 42).
*3 These buttons do not function in the preferred
setting mode (PSM) adjustment.
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Preparing the remote controller
Before using the remote controller:
• Aim the remote controller directly at the remote
sensor on the main unit. Make sure there is no
obstacle in between.
SRC
3. Return the battery holder.
Insert again the battery holder pushing it until
you hear a clicking sound.
(back side)
D
DISP
ATT
1
SEL
2
3
4
Remote sensor
• Do not expose the remote sensor to strong light
(direct sunlight or artificial lighting).
Installing the battery
When the controllable range or effectiveness of the
remote controller decreases, replace the battery.
1. Remove the battery holder.
1) Push out the battery holder in the direction
indicated by the arrow using a ball-point
pen or a similar tool.
2) Remove the battery holder.
(back side)
1)
2)
2. Place the battery.
Slide the battery into the holder with the + side
facing upwards so that the battery is fixed in
the holder.
WARNING:
• Store the battery in a place where children cannot
reach.
If a child accidentally swallows the battery,
consult a doctor immediately.
• Do not recharge, short, disassemble or heat the
battery or dispose of it in a fire.
Doing any of these things may cause the battery
to give off heat, crack or start a fire.
• Do not leave the battery with other metallic
materials.
Doing this may cause the battery to give off heat,
crack or start a fire.
• When throwing away or saving the battery, wrap
it in tape and insulate; otherwise, the battery may
start to give off heat, crack or start a fire.
• Do not poke the battery with tweezers or similar
tools.
Doing this may cause the battery to give off heat,
crack or start a fire.
CAUTION:
DO NOT leave the remote controller in a place
(such as dashboards) exposed to direct sunlight
for a long time. Otherwise, it may be damaged.
Lithium coin battery
(product number:
CR2025)
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SRC
Display indication:
If you have changed
some PSM items (see
page 40), the
indications on the
display you see may be
different from those used
in this manual.
D
DISP
BBE
ATT
MODE
SEL
1
2
3
4
5
6
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BASIC OPERATIONS
M
2 1, 3
3
Turning on the power
1
Adjust the volume.
ATT
Turn on the power.
ATT
Clock time
Note on One-Touch Operation:
When you select a source in step 2 below, the
power automatically comes on. You do not have
to press this button to turn on the power.
2
Select the source.
SRC
Each time you press the button,
the source changes as follows.
TUNER
*1
CD
*2
CD-CH
3
LINE IN*
(CD changer)
*1 If a disc is not in the loading slot, you cannot
select CD as the source to play.
*2 Without connecting the CD changer, you
cannot select it as the source to play.
*3 When “Line In” is set to “Off” in the PSM
setting, you cannot select “LINE IN” as the
source (see page 42).
Current DSP mode (see page 25)
Current sound (iEQ) mode (see page 28)
4
Select the DSP mode and sound
mode as you want.
To drop the volume in a moment
Press
briefly while listening to any
source. “ATT” starts flashing on the display, and
the volume level will drop in a moment.
To resume the previous volume level, press the
button briefly again.
• If you turn the control dial, you can also restore
the sound.
To turn off the power
Press
for more than 1 second.
• If you turn off the power while listening to a
disc, playback will start from where playback
has been stopped previously, next time you
turn on the power.
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Canceling the display
demonstration
When shipped from the factory, display
demonstration has been activated, and starts
automatically when no operations are done for
about 20 seconds.
• It is recommended to cancel the demonstration
before you use the unit for the first time.
To cancel the display demonstration, follow
the procedure below:
1
Setting the clock
You can also set the clock system to 24 hours or
12 hours.
1
Press and hold SEL (select) for more
than 2 seconds so that one of the
PSM items appears on the display.
(PSM: see page 40.)
SEL
2
To activate the display demonstration, repeat
the same procedure and select “All Demo” or
“Int Demo” in step 3.
• For more details, see “To show the graphics on
the display—Graphics” on page 41.
Press and hold SEL (select) for more
than 2 seconds so that one of the
PSM items appears on the display.
(PSM: see page 40.)
SEL
2
Press number button 1 to select
“MOVIE”—Movie category of the PSM
settings.
Press number button 2 to select
“CLOCK”—Clock category of the
PSM settings.
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
The “Graphics” setting screen appears on
the display.
3
2
3
4
5
The “Clock Hr” setting screen appears on
the display.
3
Adjust the hour.
ATT
Select “Off.”
ATT
4
4
Set the minute.
1 Select “Clock Min (minute).”
2 Adjust the minute.
1
2
Finish the setting.
ATT
SEL
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Set the clock system.
1 Select “24H/12H.”
2 Adjust “24Hours” or “12Hours.”
1
4
2
Select the level meter pattern you
want.
As you turn the control
dial, the level meters
change as follows:
ATT
ATT
Standard
Meter 3
6
5
Finish the setting.
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5
Meter 1
Meter 2
Finish the setting.
SEL
SEL
To check the current clock time when the unit
is turned off, press DISP (D).
The power turns on and the clock time is shown
for about 5 seconds, then the power turns off.
Selecting the level meter
Standard:
No level meter appears on the display. (Initially
selected when shipped from the factory.)
Meter 1:
The left and right audio level meters appear.
You can show the level meters on the display
while playing any source. This unit is equipped
with three level meter patterns.
1
Press and hold SEL (select) for more
than 2 seconds so that one of the
PSM items appears on the display.
(PSM: see page 40.)
Meter 2:
Level meters fluctuate horizontally from center to
both sides as audio levels changes.
SEL
2
Press number button 3 to select
“DISP”—Display category of the PSM
settings.
Signal waves fluctuate at the center and spread
outward.
3
3
Meter 3:
Select “Theme.”
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RADIO OPERATIONS
SRC
D
DISP
BBE
ATT
MODE
SEL
1
2
3
Listening to the radio
1
5
6
M
Note:
This receiver has three FM bands (FM1, FM2,
FM3). You can use any one of them to listen to an
FM broadcast.
You can use either automatic searching or manual
searching to tune in to a particular station.
Searching a station automatically:
Auto search
4
2
Start searching a station.
to search
Press ¢
stations of higher
frequencies.
Select the band (FM1 – 3, AM).
SRC
AM FM1
FM3 FM2
1 Press SRC (source)
repeatedly to select the tuner.
2 Press and hold SRC for more
than 1 second.
The band indication on the
display starts flashing.
3 Within about 5 seconds (while
the band indication is
flashing), press SRC again.
Each time you press the
button, the band changes.
Last received station of the selected band is
tuned in.
Press
4 to search
stations of lower
frequencies.
Ex. When the band is FM
When a station is received, searching stops.
To stop searching before a station is received,
press the same button you have pressed for
searching.
If a name has been assigned to the station (see
page 44), the assigned name appears.
Lights up when receiving an FM stereo broadcast
with sufficient signal strength.
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Searching a station manually:
Manual search
While searching FM stations (including SSM—
see page 12), this unit stops searching whenever
it detects signals (DX mode: The DX indicator is
lit—initial setting). If received signals are weak,
you may only hear noises.
By setting LO/DX to “Local,” you can make this
unit detects only stations with sufficient signal
strength.
1
1 Press MODE (M) while listening to
an FM stereo broadcast.
“Mode” appears on the display, and
the number buttons start flashing.
Select the band (FM1 – 3, AM).
SRC
1 Press SRC (source)
repeatedly to select the tuner.
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To tune in FM stations only with strong
signals—LO/DX (Local/Distant)
2 Press and hold SRC for more
than 1 second.
AM FM1 3 Within about 5 seconds, press
FM3 FM2
MODE
M
SRC again.
Each time you press the
button, the band changes.
Note:
This receiver has three FM bands (FM1, FM2,
FM3). You can use any one of them to listen to an
FM broadcast.
2
See page 33 for this function.
2 Press number button 2, while “Mode” is still
Press and hold ¢
or
4 until
“Manual Search” appears on the
display.
on the display.
Each time you press the button, the “LO/DX”
setting alternates between “Local” and “DX.”
3
Tune in to a station you want while
“Manual Search” is still on the display.
Press ¢
to tune in to
stations of higher
frequencies.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Press
4 to tune in to
stations of lower
frequencies.
After about
5 seconds
The display returns to the source indication
screen.
• If you release your finger from the button,
the manual mode will automatically turn off
after about 5 seconds.
• If you hold down the button, the frequency
keeps changing (in 50 kHz intervals for FM
and 9 kHz for AM) until you release the
button.
LO indicator appears
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When an FM stereo broadcast is hard to
receive:
Storing stations in memory
Set the FM reception mode to “Mono On.”
You can use one of the following two methods to
store broadcasting stations in memory.
• Automatic preset of FM stations: SSM (Strongstation Sequential Memory)
• Manual preset of both FM and AM stations
1 Press MODE (M) while listening to
an FM stereo broadcast.
“Mode” appears on the display, and
the number buttons start flashing.
MODE
M
2 Press number button 1, while “Mode” is still
on the display.
Each time you press the button, “Mono On”
and “Mono Off” alternately appears.
FM station automatic preset: SSM
You can preset 6 local FM stations in each FM band
(FM1, FM2 and FM3).
1
Select the FM band (FM1 – 3) you want
to store FM stations into.
SRC
1
2
3
4
5
6
AM FM1
After about
5 seconds
FM3 FM2
The display returns to the source indication
screen.
2
1 Press SRC (source)
repeatedly to select the tuner.
2 Press and hold SRC for more
than 1 second.
The band indication on the
display starts flashing.
3 Within about 5 seconds (while
the band indication is
flashing), press SRC again.
Each time you press the
button, the band changes.
Start SSM.
M
1 Press MODE (M).
“Mode” appears on the
display, and the number
buttons start flashing.
5
2 Press and hold number
button 5 until “– SSM –”
appears.
MODE
MO indicator appears
Local FM stations with the strongest signals are
searched and stored automatically in the band
number you have selected (FM1, FM2 or FM3).
These stations are preset in the number buttons —
No.1 (lowest frequency) to No.6 (highest
frequency).
When automatic preset is over, the station stored
in number button 1 will be automatically tuned in.
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You can preset up to 6 stations in each band (FM1,
FM2, FM3 and AM) manually.
Ex.: Storing an FM station of 92.5 MHz into the
preset number 1 of the FM1 band.
1
Select the band (FM1 – 3, AM) you
want to store stations into (in this
example, FM1).
SRC
1 Press SRC (source)
repeatedly to select the tuner.
2 Press and hold SRC for more
than 1 second.
AM FM1 3 Within about 5 seconds, press
SRC again.
Each time you press the
button, the band changes.
FM3 FM2
2
Notes:
• A previously preset station is erased when a new
station is stored in the same preset number.
• Preset stations are erased when the power supply to
the memory circuit is interrupted (for example,
during battery replacement). If this occurs, preset
the stations again.
Tuning in to a preset station
You can easily tune in to a preset station.
Remember that you must store stations first. If you
have not stored them yet, see “Storing stations in
memory” on pages 12 and 13.
Selecting a preset station directly
1
Select the band (FM1 – 3, AM).
Press and hold the number button (in
this example, 1) for more than 2
seconds.
1
The selected preset number
flashes for a while.
3 Within about 5 seconds (while
the band indication is
flashing), press SRC again.
Each time you press the
button, the band changes.
FM3 FM2
2
Select the number (1 – 6) for the preset
station you want.
1
Repeat the above procedure to store
other stations into other preset
numbers.
2 Press and hold SRC for more
than 1 second.
The band indication on the
display starts flashing.
AM FM1
Press
4 to tune in to
stations of lower frequencies.
4
1 Press SRC (source)
repeatedly to select the tuner.
SRC
Tune in to a station (in this example,
of 92.5 MHz).
Press ¢
to tune in to
stations of higher
frequencies.
3
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Manual preset
2
3
4
5
6
Note:
You can also use the 5 (up) or ∞ (down) button on
the unit to select the next or previous preset stations.
Each time you press the 5 (up) or ∞ (down) button,
the next or previous preset station is tuned in.
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Selecting a preset station using the
preset station list
Changing the display pattern
If you forget what stations are stored in what
preset numbers, you can check the preset station
list, then select your desired station on the list.
By pressing DISP (D), you can change the
information shown on the display.
D
Each time you press the button, the
DISP
display patterns change as follows:
1
Select the band (FM1 – 3, AM).
1 Press SRC (source)
repeatedly to select the tuner.
SRC
• Initial display pattern:
*1
*2
2 Press and hold SRC for more
than 1 second.
3 Within about 5 seconds, press
SRC again.
Each time you press the
button, the band changes.
FM3 FM2
AM FM1
2
Press and hold 5 (up) or ∞ (down) until
the preset station list for the current
band (FM1, FM2, FM3, or AM) appears
on the display.
• Assigned station name is emphasized:
The currently received station will
be highlighted on the display.
*1 If a name has been assigned to a station, it will be
shown instead of “No Name.”
*2 Appears only when selecting a preset station.
Notes:
• If one of FM band preset station lists (FM1,
FM2, or FM3) is shown on the display, you can
show the other lists by pressing 5 (up) or
∞ (down).
• If a name has been assigned to a station (see
page 44), it will be shown instead of the station
frequency.
3
Select the number (1 – 6) for the preset
station you want.
1
2
3
4
5
6
If the sound quality decreases and the
stereo effect is lost while listening to an
FM station
In some areas, adjacent stations may
interfere with each other. If this interference
occurs, this unit can automatically reduce this
interference noise (initial factory setting).
However, in this case, the sound quality will
be degraded and the stereo effect will be also
lost.
If you do not want to degrade the sound
quality and to lose the stereo effect, rather
than to eliminate the interference noise, see
“To change the FM tuner selectivity—IF
Filter” on page 42.
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D
DISP
BBE
ATT
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CD OPERATIONS
MODE
1
SEL
2
3
4
5
6
M
This unit has been designed to reproduce CDs,
CD-Rs (Recordable), CD-RWs (Rewritable), and
CD Texts.
• This unit is also compatible with MP3 and
WMA discs. For details about these discs,
refer to “A Guide to MP3/WMA” (separate
volume).
Playing a disc
1
Open the control panel.
About MP3 and WMA discs
2
Insert a disc into the loading slot.
MP3 and WMA (Windows Media® Audio) “tracks”
(word “file” is not used to indicate MP3 or WMA
files, “track” is used in this manual) are recorded
in “folders.”
During recording, the tracks and folders can be
arranged in a way similar to arranging files and
folders of computer data.
“Root” is similar to the root of a tree. Every track
and folder can be linked to and be accessed from
the root.
Hierarchy
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4
01
02
03
ROOT
05
01
1
6
3
4
10
5
1
11
2
12
Level 5
04
7
The unit draws the
disc, the control panel
goes back to the
previous position (see
page 45), and
playback starts
automatically.
All tracks will be played repeatedly until you stop
playback.
Notes:
• MP3 or WMA discs require a longer readout time.
(It differs due to the complexity of the folder/track
configuration.)
• For details on playable discs and other related
information, see page 58.
8
9
: Folders and their playback order
: MP3/WMA tracks and their playback
order
• 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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• Display indications when inserting an
audio CD or a CD Text:
23
1
5
• Display indications when inserting an
MP3 or a WMA disc
4
1
* If a name has been assigned to the audio CD (see
page 44), it will be shown on the display.
4
3
6
1 Total track number
2 Total playback time of the disc
3 Disc title/performer (if no title is recorded or
assigned*, “No Name” appears.)
4 Track title (if no title is recorded, “No Name”
appears.)
5 Current track number
6 Elapsed playing time of the current track
2
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
7
5
8
Total folder number
Total track number
Disc type—MP3 or WMA
Album name/performer (or folder name
when
“Tag” is set to “Off”—see page 42, or when no Tag
is recorded)
Track title (or track name
when “Tag” is set to
“Off”—see page 42, or when no Tag is recorded)
Current folder number
Current track number
Elapsed playing time of the current track
Notes:
• When a disc is already in the loading slot, selecting “CD” as the source starts disc play.
• The unit cannot read or play an MP3 track without the extension code <mp3>, and a WMA track without
the extension code <wma>.
• When a disc is inserted upside down, the disc automatically ejects.
• If you change the source, playback also stops (without ejecting the disc).
Next time you select “CD” as the source, disc play starts from where it has been stopped previously.
To stop play and eject the disc
Press 0.
Playback stops, the control panel moves down,
and the disc automatically ejects from the loading
slot.
If you change the source, the disc play also stops
(without ejecting the disc this time).
To return the control panel to its previous
position, press 0 again.
• If you keep the loading slot open for about 1
minute, (beeps sound when the “Beep” setting
is turned “On”—see page 42) the control panel
returns to its previous position.
Be careful not to get the disc or your finger
caught in between the control panel and the
unit.
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What is ImageLink
When an MP3 or a WMA folder includes an
image <jml> file edited by Image Converter
(supplied in the CD-ROM), you can show the
image on the display while the tracks in the
folder are played back.
• While reading an image <jml> file, no
sounds come out (the preset image of a
coffee cup is shown on the display during
this period).
Album 1
(Folder 1)
Music001.mp3 Display window
Music002.mp3
Music003.mp3
Photo1.jml
Photo1.jml
Album 2
(Folder 2)
Music004.wma Display window
Music005.mp3
Music006.wma
Photo2.jml
Photo2.jml
Photo3.jml
If there are more than one <jml> file in a folder, a
<jml> file with younger playback order number
will be shown on the display (in the above
example, “Photo2.jml” will be used for Album 2).
To activate ImageLink, follow the procedure
below
• See also “Changing the general settings
(PSM)” on page 39.
1 Press and hold SEL (select) for more than 2
seconds so that one of the PSM items
appears on the display.
2 Press number button 1 to select “MOVIE”—
Movie category of the PSM settings.
The “Graphics” setting screen appears on
the display.
3 Turn the control dial to select “ImageLink.”
4 Press SEL (select) to finish the setting.
ImageLink starts functioning when the next
folder starts playing.
Note:
ImageLink will not work in the following cases:
• If no <jml> file is included in an MP3/WMA
folder.
• If Intro Scan is activated.
• If the source is changed to another from “CD,” or
• If you turn off then on the unit while the preset
image of a coffee cup is shown on the display.
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Note:
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.)
Locating a particular portion
on a track
To fast-forward or reverse the track
Press and hold ¢
, while
playing a disc, to fast-forward the
track.
Press and hold
4 , while
playing a disc, to reverse the
track.
Note:
During this operation on an MP3 or WMA disc, you
can only hear intermittent sounds. (The elapsed
playing time also changes intermittently on the
display.)
To go to the next or previous tracks
Press ¢
briefly, while
playing a disc, to go ahead to
the beginning of the next track.
Each time you press the button
consecutively, the beginning of
the next tracks is located and
played back.
Press
4 briefly, while playing a disc, to go
back to the beginning of the current track.
Each time you press the button consecutively, the
beginning of the previous tracks is located and
played back.
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Locating a track on a disc
2 Press 5 (up) or ∞ (down), while
To go to a particular track directly
(ONLY for CD and CD Text discs)
1
2
3
4
5
6
Press the number button corresponding to the
track number to start its playback.
• To select a track number from 1 – 6:
Press 1 (7) – 6 (12) briefly.
• To select a track number from 7 – 12:
Press and hold 1 (7) – 6 (12) for more than 1
second.
“Mode” is still on the display.
First time you press 5 (up) or ∞
(down), 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 (see “How to go to the
desired track quickly” that follows).
• After the last track, the first track will be
selected, and vice versa.
• While playing an MP3 or a WMA disc, this
operation is possible only within a folder.
How to go to the desired track quickly
• Ex. 1: To select track number 32 while
playing track number 6
To go to a track quickly
MODE
1 Press MODE (M) while playing a
disc.
“Mode” appears on the display, and
the number buttons and 5 (up)/ ∞
(down) buttons start flashing.
MODE
M
M
While playing an audio CD or a CD Text disc:
Track 6
(Three times)
(Twice)
\ 10 \ 20 \ 30
\ 31 \ 32
• Ex. 2 :To select track number 8 while
playing track number 36
MODE
M
Current track number
See page 33 for this function.
(Three times)
Track 36
\ 30 \ 20 \ 10
While playing an MP3 or a WMA disc:
Current folder number
Current track number
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\9\8
To skip to the next or previous folder
(either on the same or different hierarchy levels)
The following operations are only possible
when playing an MP3 or a WMA disc.
01
To go to a folder directly
Press the number button corresponding to the
folder number to start playing the first track in the
selected folder.
3
4
04
On the control panel:
Press 5 (up) while playing a disc
to skip to the next folder.
Each time you press the button
consecutively, the next folder is
located and the first track in the
folder starts playing.
Press ∞ (down) while playing a disc to skip back
to the previous folder.
Each time you press the button consecutively,
the previous folder is located and the first track in
the folder starts playing.
On the remote controller:
PRESET
2
03
See the hierarchy diagram on page 15.
IMPORTANT:
To directly select the folders using the number
button(s), it is required that folders are
assigned 2 digit numbers at the beginning of
their folder names. (This can only be done
during the recording of CD-Rs or CD-RWs.)
Ex.: If folder name is “01 ABC”
= Press 1 to go to Folder “01 ABC.”
If folder name is “1 ABC,” pressing 1
does not work.
If folder name is “12 ABC”
= Press and hold 6 (12) to go to Folder
“12 ABC.”
1
02
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Locating a folder on a disc
5
6
• To select a folder number from 01 – 06:
Press 1 (7) – 6 (12) briefly.
• To select a folder number from 07 – 12:
Press and hold 1 (7) – 6 (12) for more than 1
second.
Notes:
• If the folder does not contain any MP3 or WMA
tracks, playback will not start (“No Music” appears
on the display). Select another folder.
• You cannot directly select a folder with a number
greater than 12.
To select a particular track in a folder, press
¢
or
4 after selecting the folder.
PRESET
Press and hold 3 (right) while
playing a disc to skip to the next
folder.
Each time you press and hold the
button consecutively, the next
folder is located and the first track
in the folder starts playing.
Press and hold 2 (left) while playing a disc to
skip back to the previous folder.
Each time you press and hold the button
consecutively, the previous folder is located and
the first track in the folder starts playing.
Note:
If the folder does not contain any MP3 or WMA
tracks, it is skipped.
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To skip to the next or previous folder
within a folder (on the same hierarchy level)
To skip to the folders on the lower or on
the higher hierarchy levels
Example 1
01
05
01
ROOT
05
Example 2
03
01
02
05
04
03
03
04
04
See the hierarchy diagram on page 15.
See the hierarchy diagram on page 15.
ONLY on the remote controller:
PRESET
ONLY on the remote controller:
DISC
PRESET
Press 3 (right) while playing a disc
to skip to the next folder.
Each time you press the button
consecutively, the next folder
included within the same folder (on
the same hierarchy level) is
located (and the first track in the
folder starts playing if recorded).
Press 2 (left) while playing a disc to skip back to
the previous folder.
Each time you press the button consecutively,
the previous folder included within the same
folder (on the same hierarchy level) is located
(and the first track in the folder starts playing if
recorded).
Note:
If the folder does not contain any MP3 or WMA
tracks, playback will not start (“No Music” appears
on the display). Select another folder.
DISC
Press 5 (up) while playing a disc to
skip to a folder on the higher
hierarchy level.
Each time you press the button
consecutively, a folder on the higher
hierarchy level is located (and the
first track in the folder starts playing
if recorded).
Press ∞ (down) while playing a disc to skip to a
folder on the lower hierarchy level.
Each time you press the button consecutively, a
folder on the lower hierarchy level is located (and
the first track in the folder starts playing if
recorded).
• If there are more than one folder on the lower
or higher hierarchy level, a folder with younger
playback order number will be located.
Note:
If the folder does not contain any MP3 or WMA
tracks, playback will not start (“No Music” appears
on the display). Select another folder.
To go back to the root directly, press R•D on
the remote controller. You can go back to the root
from any folder.
• If tracks are recorded on the disc directly
without putting them into a folder, this unit
starts playing the tracks.
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To select a track and start playback
1
The following operations are only possible
when playing an MP3 or a WMA disc.
Press and hold 5 (up) or ∞ (down) so
that the folder name list of the inserted
disc appears on the display.
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Selecting a folder and a track
using the name lists
The currently playing folder will
be highlighted on the display.
You can show the folder name and track name
lists on the display while playing a disc, then
select a folder or a track you want to play.
To select a folder and start playback
1
Press and hold 5 (up) or ∞ (down) so
that the folder name list of the inserted
disc appears on the display.
The currently playing folder will
be highlighted on the display.
2
Show the track name list of the current
folder.
Each time you press the button,
the lists on the display changes
as follows:
Track name
list
Folder name
list
Notes:
• The display can show only six names at a
time. You can show the other names on the
next lists by pressing 5 (up) or ∞ (down).
• If you press ¢
or
4 , the track
name list of the current playing folder
appears. Each time you press the button, the
folder name list and track name list
alternately appears.
• Only folders including MP3 or WMA tracks
will be listed.
2
Select the number (1 – 6) for the folder
you want to play.
1
2
3
4
5
The currently playing track (or folder) will be
highlighted on the display.
Note:
The display can show only six names at a time.
You can show the other names on the next lists by
pressing 5 (up) or ∞ (down).
3
Select the number (1 – 6) for the track
you want to play.
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
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Selecting playback modes
Mode
To play back tracks at random (Random Play)
You can play back tracks on a disc (or in a folder
for MP3 and WMA discs) at random.
1 Press MODE (M) while playing a
Random Folder*: All tracks of the current folder,
then moves to the next folder and
so on.
• While playing,
lights
up on the display.
Random Disc: All tracks on the disc.
• While playing,
up on the display.
MODE
disc.
“Mode” appears on the display,
then the number buttons and the 5
(up)/∞ (down) buttons start
flashing.
Plays randomly
M
lights
* “Random Folder” can be used for MP3 and WMA
discs only.
While playing an audio CD or a CD Text disc:
To cancel Random Play, select “Random Off” by
pressing number button 3 repeatedly or press
number button 4 in step 2.
To play back tracks repeatedly (Repeat Play)
Current track number
You can play back a track (or a folder for MP3 and
WMA discs) repeatedly.
While playing an MP3 or a WMA disc:
1 Press MODE (M) while playing a
Current folder
number
Current track
number
2 Press number button 3, while “Mode” is still
on the display.
Each time you press the button, random play
mode changes as follows:
2
3
4
5
on the display.
Each time you press the button, repeat play
mode changes as follows:
2
3
6
For audio CD and CD Text discs:
Random Disc
Random Off
For MP3 and WMA discs:
Random Folder
Random Disc
Random Off
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2 Press number button 2, while “Mode” is still
1
1
MODE
disc.
“Mode” appears on the display, then
the number buttons and the 5 (up)/
∞ (down) buttons start flashing.
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4
5
6
For audio CD and CD Text discs:
Intro Track
Repeat Off
For MP3 and WMA discs:
Intro Off
For MP3 and WMA discs:
Intro Track
Repeat Track
Repeat Folder
Repeat Off
Mode
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Repeat Track
For audio CD and CD Text discs:
Intro Folder
Intro Off
Plays repeatedly
Mode
Plays the beginnings of
Repeat Track : Current (or specified) track.
• While playing,
lights
up on the display.
Intro Track :
Repeat Folder*: All tracks of the current (or
specified) folder.
• While playing,
lights
up on the display.
Intro Folder* : First tracks of all folders.
• While playing,
up on the display.
* “Repeat Folder” can be used for MP3 and WMA
discs only.
To cancel Repeat Play, select “Repeat Off” by
pressing number button 2 repeatedly or press
number button 4 in step 2.
lights
lights
* “Intro Folder” can be used for MP3 and WMA discs
only.
To cancel Intro Scan, select “Intro Off” by
pressing number button 1 repeatedly or press
number button 4 in step 2.
Prohibiting disc ejection
To play back only intros (Intro Scan)
You can play back the first 15 seconds of each
track sequentially.
MODE
1 Press MODE (M) while playing a
All tracks of the disc.
• While playing,
up on the display.
M
You can prohibit disc ejection and can lock a disc
in the loading slot.
While pressing SEL (select), press and
hold 0 for more than 2 seconds.
disc.
“Mode” appears on the display, then
the number buttons and the 5 (up)/
∞ (down) buttons start flashing.
SEL
2 Press number button 1, while “Mode” is still
on the display.
Each time you press the button, intro scan
mode changes as follows:
1
2
3
4
5
6
“No Eject” flashes on the display for about 5
seconds, and the disc is locked and cannot be
ejected.
To cancel the prohibition and unlock the disc
While pressing SEL (select), press and hold 0
again for more than 2 seconds.
“Eject OK” flashes on the display for about 5
seconds, and the disc is unlocked.
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Changing the display pattern
By pressing DISP (D), you can change the
information shown on the display.
Each time you press the button, the
D
display patterns change as follows:
While playing an MP3 or a WMA disc:
• Initial display
*1
*2
DISP
While playing an audio CD or a CD Text disc:
• Initial display
*1
• Album name/performer or folder name is
emphasized:
*2
• Disc title/performer or your assigned
disc name is emphasized:
• Track title or track name is emphasized:
• Clock time is emphasized:
• Track title is emphasized:
• Clock time is emphasized:
Notes:
*1 If no name is assigned to the audio CD, or if no disc
title/performer is recorded for the CD Text, “No
Name” will appear.
To assign a name to an audio CD, see page 44.
*2“No Name” appears for an audio CD. If no track
title is recorded for the CD Text, “No Name” will
also appear.
Notes:
*1 If “Tag” is set to “Off” (see page 42), folder name
appear with
.
*2 If “Tag” is set to “Off” (see page 42), track name
appear with
.
Display indication:
• When the title is emphasized at the center of the
display, it is shown entirely by scrolling if it
cannot be shown at a time. See also “To select
the scroll mode—Scroll” on page 41.
• Some characters or symbols will not be shown
(will be blanked or substituted) on the display.
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Selecting the DSP modes
1
Using the DSP (Digital Signal Processor) modes
built in this unit, you can create a more acoustic
sound field in your car compartment.
Press SEL (select) once to show the
DSP mode selection screen.
The last selected DSP mode
screen appears.
SEL
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DSP OPERATIONS
Available DSP modes:
THEATER: Reminds you of the intensity
reproducing a theater.
HALL:
Reminds you of a large concert
hall with a being-there feeling.
CLUB:
Reminds you of powerfulness
reproduced in a dance club.
DOME:
Reminds you of a dome with a
high ceiling.
STUDIO:
DSP
Cancels the DSP modes.
Note:
Effectiveness of “V.CANCEL” depends on the
recording condition of the sources. Especially, if you
play back the following sources you cannot get the
satisfactory results.
• Monaural sources such as AM and monaural FM
broadcasting programs,
• Multiplex sound sources, and
• Sources recorded with duets, strong echo, a chorus,
or only a few instruments.
iEQ
SEL
Canceled
• For iEQ (sound mode) settings, see pages
28 and 29.
• For SEL (basic sound) settings, see pages
30 and 31.
Reminds you of live sounds in a
recording studio.
V. CANCEL:Reduces the vocal sounds (Voice
Cancel). Good for mastering your
favorite songs—Karaoke.
DEFEAT:
• If you press the button twice or more, the
unit enters different sound adjustment
modes.
2
Press the number button to select
one of the DSP modes listed on the
display.
• This unit has two DSP mode selection
screens. To move to the other screen,
press 5 (up) or ∞ (down).
1
2
3
4
5
6
Press 5 (up) or ∞ (down).
1
2
3
4
5
6
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3
Adjust the DSP effect level—1, 2, or
3.
ATT
The selected DSP effect
level is valid for all DSP
modes except “V.CANCEL.”
• As the number increases,
the effect level becomes
stronger.
To make further precise settings for the
DSP modes
You can also make further precise settings to
make the best sound field in your car
compartment. These settings you make are valid
for all DSP modes except “V.CANCEL.”
Setting items:
Ex. When “Dome” is selected in the previous step
To cancel the DSP modes, select “DEFEAT” in
step 2.
To exit from the DSP mode selection screen,
press SEL (select) repeatedly or wait for about 15
seconds.
The number of the built-in speakers :
Select the number of the speakers built
in your car—“2ch” or “4ch.”
• When you have four speakers (4ch)
built in your car, select your car size
(see step 5 on page 27).
Listening seat position:
Select the listening seat position where
you want to locate the sound image.
1
Press SEL (select) once to show the
DSP mode selection screen.
SEL
The currently activated DSP
mode appears on the display.
Ex. When “Dome” is selected previously
• If the DSP mode is not activated
(“DEFEAT” is selected), you cannot go to
the next step. Select one of the DSP
modes first.
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Press number button 6 to enter the
further precise setting screen.
5
ATT
6
If you select “4ch,” rotate the control
dial to select your car size.
As you rotate it, the car size
changes as follows:
Compact
3
Select your listening seats position.
1
4
2
3
4
5
6
Middle
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2
Large
• Compact: Select when the distance from
the rear speakers to the listening
seat position is shorten than that
from the front speakers.
• Middle: Select when the distance from
the rear speakers to the listening
seat position is almost equal to
that from the front speakers.
• Large: Select when the distance from
the rear speakers to the listening
seat position is longer than that
from the front speakers.
• Press number button 1 to select “LEFT
(front left)” seat.
• Press number button 2 to select “RIGHT
(front right)” seat.
• Press number button 3 to select “FRONT”
seats.
• Press number button 4 to select “ALL”
seats.
To go back to the DSP mode selection screen,
press number button 6.
Note:
If fader or balance has been set close to its
extreme, appropriate effect may not be obtained.
To exit from the DSP mode selection screen,
press SEL (select) repeatedly or wait for about 15
seconds.
Note:
If you have selected “2ch” in the previous step,
you cannot select the car size.
Press number button 5 to set the
number of the built-in speakers.
5
• Select “4ch” for the four
speaker system, and “2ch” for
the two speaker system.
Note:
When “4ch” is selected, rear speakers are used
only to reproduce reflections and reverberations
in order to creates a being-there feeling in your
car compartment.
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EQUALIZER OPERATIONS
Selecting preset sound modes
(iEQ: intelligent equalizer)
You can select a preset sound mode (iEQ:
intelligent equalizer) suitable to the music genre.
2
Press the number button to select
one of the sound modes listed on
the display.
• This unit has two sound mode selection
screens. To move to the other screen,
press 5 (up) or ∞ (down).
Available sound modes:
H. ROCK (Hard Rock)
R & B (Rhythm and Blues)
POP (Popular music)
JAZZ (Jazz)
DANCE (Dance music)
Country (Country music)
REGGAE (Reggae)
CLASSIC (Classical music)
USER 1, USER 2, USER 3
1
1
Press SEL (select) twice to show the
sound selection screen.
The last selected sound mode is
called up.
SEL
• If you press the button more than twice,
the unit enters different sound adjustment
modes.
DSP
iEQ
3
2
3
6
4
5
6
To exit from the sound mode selection
screen, press SEL (select) repeatedly or wait for
about 15 seconds.
Notes:
• For details about the preset settings of each sound
mode, see page 55.
• If “V.CANCEL” is selected for the DSP mode, you
cannot change the sound modes.
SEL
• For DSP mode settings, see pages 25
to 27.
• For SEL (basic sound) settings, see pages
30 and 31.
28
28
5
To cancel the sound mode, select “FLAT” in
step 2.
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Press 5 (up) or ∞ (down).
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Make adjustments as you like.
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Storing your own sound modes 4
You can adjust the sound modes to your preference
and store your own adjustments in memory
(USER 1, USER 2 and USER 3).
1
Press SEL (select) twice to show the
sound mode selection screen.
Buttons used for adjustments
The last selected sound mode is
called up.
SEL
1) Press ¢
or
4 to select the
frequency band—60Hz, 150Hz, 400Hz,
1kHz, 2.4kHz, 6kHz, 12kHz.
2) Press 5 (up) or ∞ (down) to adjust the
level of the selected band within the
range of –05 to +05.
Ex. When “R & B” is selected previously
2
3) Repeat steps 1) and 2) to adjust the
Press the number button to select
one of the sound modes listed on
the display.
other frequency bands.
5
Store the adjustment you made.
The confirmation message
appears—whether you want to
store the adjustment.
SEL
1
2
3
4
5
6
• This unit has two sound mode selection
screens. To move to the other screen,
press 5 (up) or ∞ (down).
3
Enter the sound adjustment mode.
If you want to cancel the adjustment,
press DISP (D).
• Adjustment you made remains effective
until you select another sound mode.
The following sound mode
adjustment screen appears
on the display.
6
Press number button 1, 2 or 3 to
select one of the user sound modes
(USER 1, USER 2, or USER 3) you
want to store into.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Ex. When you select “USER 1.”
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SOUND ADJUSTMENTS
Performing the basic sound
settings
You can set the speaker output balance,
subwoofer output level, and input level of each
source.
2
Adjust the level.
To adjust fader and balance—Fad, Bal:
Make these two adjustments at the same
time.
• If you are using a two-speaker system, set
the fader level to “00.”
• Press 5 (up) or ∞
(down) to adjust the
fader.
• Press ¢
or
4 to adjust the
balance.
• There is a time limit in doing the following
procedure. If the setting is canceled before you
finish, start from step 1 again.
1
Press SEL (select) repeatedly to
show one of the basic sound setting
(SEL) screens.
Each time you press the button,
the adjustable items change as
follows:
SEL
DSP
Fad/Bal
iEQ
Basic sound settings
Canceled
Vol Adj
To adjust subwoofer output—Sub Out:
This takes effect only when a subwoofer is
connected.
Sub Out
ATT
• For DSP mode settings, see pages 25
to 27.
• For iEQ (sound mode) settings, see pages
28 and 29.
Indication
To do:
To decrease the level.
Range
Fad
Adjust the front
R06 (Rear only)
and rear speaker
|
balance.
F06 (Front only)
Bal
Adjust the left
L06 (Left only)
and right speaker
|
balance.
R06 (Right only)
Sub Out
Adjust the
subwoofer output
level and cutoff
frequency level.
Vol Adj
To increase the level.
Adjust and store
the input level
of each source.
00 (min.)
|
08 (max.)
Low/Mid/High
–05 (min.)
|
+05 (max.)
You can also set an appropriate cutoff
frequency level according to the subwoofer
connected.
• Press ¢
or
“Mid,” or “High.”
Low:
Frequencies higher than 50 Hz are
cut off to the subwoofer.
Mid: Frequencies higher than 80 Hz are
cut off to the subwoofer.
High: Frequencies higher than 115 Hz are
cut off to the subwoofer.
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Adjust to match the input level to the FM
sound level.
• You cannot make an adjustment if the
source is FM. “FIX” will appear.
To increase the level.
ATT
Making sounds natural
—BBE Digital
BBE Digital* is a new digital processing method
to restore the brilliance and clarity of the original
live sound in recording, broadcasts, etc.
When a speaker reproduces sound, it introduces
frequency-dependent phase shifting, causing
high-frequency sounds to take longer to reach
the ear than low frequency sounds. BBE Digital
adjusts the phase relationship between the low,
mid and high frequencies by adding a
progressively longer delay time to the low and
mid frequencies, so that all frequencies reach the
listener’s ears at the proper time.
1
To decrease the level.
If the
(INPUT OVER) indicator appears
on the display, and sounds are distorted
The input level through the external component (LINE
IN) is set at a high level (more than 1.5 Vrms).
If this happens, adjust the output level on the
connected component so that the
(INPUT OVER) indicator will not appear.
Show the BBE Digital adjustment
screen.
BBE
2
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To adjust the input level of each source
—Vol Adj:
This setting is required for each source
except FM. Before making an adjustment,
select an appropriate source for which you
want to make an adjustment.
Once you have made an adjustment, it is
memorized, and you will not need to adjust
the volume level each time you change the
source.
The current BBE level is shown
on the display.
Select the effect level.
BBE
Each time you press the button,
the effect level changes as
follows:
BBE 1
BBE 2
BBE Off
(Canceled)
BBE 3
As the number gets higher, the effect level
becomes stronger.
When shipped from the factory, the effect level is
set to “BBE Off” (BBE Digital is canceled).
(INPUT OVER) indicator
Note:
If “V.CANCEL” is selected for the DSP mode, you
cannot change the BBE level.
* Manufactured under license from BBE Sound,
Inc.
Licensed by BBE Sound , Inc. under USP4638258
and 4482866. BBE and BBE symbol are
registered trademarks of BBE Sound, Inc.
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GRAPHIC DISPLAYS
With Image Converter included in the supplied
CD-ROM, you can edit your own favorite pictures
and use them as your own opening screen,
ending screen, and graphic screen while playing
a source.
What is Image Converter
Image Converter is a JVC’s original software to produce a custom image to show on your JVC Car
Audio.
Here is a basic procedure to make a CD-R including still images (pictures) and animations
(movies) with Image Converter
In this manual, we only explain how to export the files (still images and animations) into the
memory built in this unit—step 5 below.
• For the other processes (from steps 1 to 4 below), refer to Image Converter manual or PDF files
included in the “Manual” folder of the supplied CD-ROM.
Import of images
Image retouching and editing
Writing onto a CD-R
Play back on your car audio
KD-SH9105
Install / Start the program
Install Image Converter on your PC.
Import the images
Import the source images from the Image Converter CD-ROM or from other equipment like a
digital camera or a digital video camera.
Retouch and edit the images
Retouch the images like trimming or adjusting the color, editing the animation effect, and
adding the texts.
Write your images onto a CD-R
Write the animations or the still images you made with Image Converter using your CD-R
writing software.
You have to write the images you made onto a CD-R to enjoy the images on your Car Audio.
• To write data onto a CD-R, refer also to the instruction of your CD-R writing software.
Enjoy the animations or the still images you made on your Car Audio
Export the images to your JVC Car Audio from the CD-R you made.
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Before starting the following procedure, prepare a
CD-ROM including still images (pictures) and
animations (movies).
• The supplied Image Converter CD-ROM
includes sample images and animations, so
you can use this disc as your first trial.
IMPORTANT:
• Still images (pictures) should have <jml>,
and animations (movies) should have <jma>
as their extension code in their file names.
• Downloading a file can be done only while
selecting “CD” as the source; on the other
hand, deleting a file can be done while
selecting any source.
• Before you download or erase the files,
observe the following:
– Do not download a file while driving.
– Do not turn off the ignition key of the car
while downloading or erasing a file.*
– Do not detach the control panel while
downloading or erasing a file.*
* If you do it, the file download or erasure will
not be done correctly. In this case, perform
the same procedure again.
• If you have already downloaded an
animation for “PowerOn,” “PowerOff,” or
“Movie,” downloading a new animation
deletes the previously stored animation.
• It takes a long time for the unit to download
an animation.
– About 6 to 7 seconds for a still image (one
frame).
– About 3 to 4 minutes for an animation of 30
frames.
– About 10 minutes for an animation of 90
frames.
1
2
Open the control panel.
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Downloading images and
animations
Insert a CD-ROM with the files (images
and animations) into the loading slot.
The unit draws the
disc, the control panel
goes back to the
previous position (see
page 45).
• If the disc includes playable audio files
such as MP3 tracks, playback starts
automatically.
3
Press MODE (M) after the disc is
detected.
MODE
M
4
“Mode” appears on the
display, then the number
buttons and the 5 (up)/
∞ (down) buttons start
flashing.
Press number button 6 to show the
download selection screen.
6
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5
Notes:
• On this list, the folders including the target
files—<jml> files for “Picture” and <jma>
files for the others—are shown.
• The display can show only six names at a time.
You can show the other names on the next lists
by pressing 5 (up) or ∞ (down).
• If a disc inserted does not include any <jml>
and <jma> files, beeps sound and you cannot
go to the next step.
Select (highlight) one of the listed
items for which you want to download
a file.
• PowerOn : Opening screen
To download an animation to be shown
after the unit is turned on. (You can store
only one animation consisting of 30 frames
maximum.)
• PowerOff : Ending screen
To download an animation to be shown
before the unit is turned off. (You can store
only one animation consisting of 30 frames
maximum.)
• Picture : Graphic screen*
To download a still image to be shown
while playing a source. (You can store 90
still images—each one frame.)
• Movie : Graphic screen*
To download an animation to be shown
while playing a source. (You can store only
one animation consisting of 90 frames
maximum.)
* Graphic screen will appear only if no operation
is done for about 20 seconds.
If you want to cancel the procedure, press
DISP (D).
7
Select (highlight) a folder in which a
file you want is included.
1
8
2
3
4
5
6
Show the name list of the files
included in the selected folder.
Each time you press the button,
the lists on the display changes
as follows:
Folder name
list
File name
list
If you want to cancel the procedure, press
number button 5, the download selection
screen goes off.
6
Show the name list of the folder
included in the inserted CD-R.
1
“File Check....” appears for a
while, then the folder list
appears.
Ex. When you have selected “Picture” in step 5.
Note:
The display can show only six names at a time.
You can show the other names on the next lists by
pressing 5 (up) or ∞ (down).
The currently selected folder will be
highlighted on the display.
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Select a file you want to download.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Deleting unwanted files
• When “BACK” is shown on the display above
number button 5, you can go back to the
previous screen by pressing number button 5.
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9
To delete all the stored files at a time
The file name appears, and the unit will
ask you “Download OK?”
10 If it is OK, press number button 1 to
start downloading.
1
Downloading starts, and
“Downloading...” appears on the
display.
If it is over, the file name list
appears again.
If it is not OK, press number button 5, the
file selection screen appears again. Repeat
from step 8 again.
11 Repeat
1 Press MODE (M) while playing any
source.
“Mode” appears on the display, and
the number buttons and 5 (up)/ ∞
(down) buttons start flashing.
MODE
M
2 Press number button 6 to show the
download selection screen.
6
3 Press 5 (up) or ∞ (down) to
select (highlight) all the listed
items.
steps 8 to 10 if you are
downloading files for “Picture” and
want to store more files.
12 Finish the download procedure.
4 Press number button 4.
D
The unit asks you “All File Delete
OK?”
DISP
To download a file for another item listed on the
download selection screen, repeat from step 3
again.
Notes:
• If you try to store the 91st image for picture screen,
“Picture Full” appears and you cannot start
downloading. In this case, delete unwanted files
before downloading.
• If the total frame number of an animation
downloaded exceeds the following number, the
frames exceeding that numbers are ignored.
– For opening and ending screens: 30
– For movie screen: 90
4
5 Press number button 4 again.
“Now Deleting...” appears while
erasing the files. When erasure is
over, the download selection
screen appears again.
4
6 Press number button 5 to resume
the source indication screen.
5
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To delete the files stored for “PowerOn,”
“PowerOff,” “Picture (all stored images at
a time),” and “Movie”
MODE
1 Press MODE (M) while playing any
source.
“Mode” appears on the display, and
the number buttons and 5 (up)/ ∞
(down) buttons start flashing.
M
2 Press number button 6 to show the
6
download selection screen.
To delete the stored files for “Picture”
(one by one)
MODE
1 Press MODE (M) while playing any
source.
“Mode” appears on the display, and
the number buttons and 5 (up)/ ∞
(down) buttons start flashing.
M
2 Press number button 6 to show the
6
download selection screen.
3 Press 5 (up) or ∞ (down) to
select (highlight) “Picture.”
3 Press 5 (up) or ∞ (down) to
select (highlight) one of the
listed items.
Ex. When selecting “Picture”
4 Press number button 3.
Appears when “Picture” is selected (highlighted)
The unit shows the name list of the
stored files.
3
4 To delete the file stored in
“PowerOn,” “PowerOff,” and
3
“Movie,” press number button 3.
The file name of the previously stored
animation appears, and the unit asks you
“Delete OK?”
To delete all the files stored in
“Picture” at a time, press number
button 4.
The unit asks you “All Picture Delete
OK?”
4
5 Press the number buttons for the file you want
to delete.
5 To delete the file stored in
“PowerOn,” “PowerOff,” and
“Movie,” press number button 3
again.
To delete all the files stored in
“Picture” at a time, press number
button 4 again.
3
1
4
“Now Deleting...” appears while
erasing the selected file. When erasure is
over, the download selection screen appears
again.
6 Press number button 5 to resume
the source indication screen.
Note:
The display can show only six names at a time. You
can show the other names by pressing 5 (up) or ∞
(down) repeatedly.
5
2
3
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5
6
Selected file name appears, and the unit asks
you “Delete OK?”
6 Press number button 3 to start
3
erasure.
“Now Deleting...” appears while
erasing the selected file. When
erasure is over, the name list of the stored file
appears again.
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8 Press DISP (D) to resume the
3
D
source indication screen.
DISP
Activating the downloaded
images and animations
Ex. When you select “Opening”
4
To activate the animations stored for
opening and ending screens
Press and hold SEL (select) for more
than 2 seconds so that one of the
PSM items appears on the display.
(PSM: see page 40.)
SEL
2
Select “User.”
ATT
After the unit turns on or before the unit turns off,
you can see preset animations on the display.
These are called opening screen and ending
screen. You can use your own edited animations
for these opening and ending screens.
• Opening and ending screens will not be shown
if the “KeyIn CFM” setting is set to “Short" or
“Off.” (See page 41).
• If no animation is stored in “PowerOn” and
“PowerOff,” “Opening” and “Ending” will not be
selected as a PSM item.
1
Select “Opening” (opening screen
setting) or “Ending” (ending screen
setting).
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7 To delete more files, repeat from steps 5 and
6.
Press number button 1 to select
“MOVIE”—Movie category of the PSM
settings.
• Default: Factory-preset animation is used.
• User:
Your own edited animation is
used.
5
Finish the setting.
SEL
To activate the graphic screen using either
picture or movie
Using this setting, you can change the graphic
displays. These graphic screen appears if no
operation is done for about 20 seconds.
• If no image is stored in “Picture,” or no
animation in “Movie,” “UserPict.” will not be
selected as a PSM item.
1
Press and hold SEL (select) for more
than 2 seconds so that one of the
PSM items appears on the display.
(PSM: see page 40.)
SEL
1
2
3
4
5
6
The “Graphics” setting screen appears on
the display.
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2
Press number button 1 to select
“MOVIE”—Movie category of the PSM
settings.
1
The “Graphics” setting screen appears on
the display.
3
To select a still image for graphic
display—User Picture
You cannot select “UserPict.” as a PSM item in
the following cases:
• If no image is stored in “Picture,” or
• “UserPict.” is not selected for the “Graphics”
setting (see the left column).
1
Select “UserMovie,” “UserSlide,” or
“UserPict.”
Press and hold SEL (select) for more
than 2 seconds so that one of the
PSM items appears on the display.
(PSM: see page 40.)
SEL
ATT
2
Ex. When you select “UserPict.”
• UserMovie: Your edited animation stored in
“Movie” is activated as your
graphic screen.
• UserSlide: Your edited still images stored
in “Picture” are activated and
shown in sequence as your
graphic screen.
• UserPict.: One of your edited still image
stored in “Picture” is activated
as your graphic screen.
Select one of the stored images
(see the next column).
4
Press number button 1 to select
“MOVIE”—Movie category of the PSM
settings.
1
The “Graphics” setting screen appears on
the display.
3
Select “UserPict.”
Finish the setting.
File name of the currently selected image also
appears.
SEL
4
To cancel all graphic displays, select “Off” in
step 3.
Note:
For the “Graphics” setting, you can also select “All
Demo,” “Int Demo,” and “ImageLink.”
— See pages 8 and 41 for “All Demo” and “Int
Demo.”
— See pages 17 and 41 for “ImageLink.”
Select a file you want.
ATT
5
Finish the setting.
SEL
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Changing the general settings
(PSM)
3
Select the PSM item you want to
adjust.
You can change the items listed on the table on
the next page by using the PSM (Preferred
Setting Mode) control.
• The PSM items are grouped into five
categories—MOVIE, CLOCK, DISP (display),
TUNER, and AUDIO.
Basic Procedure
• By pressing ¢
or
4
repeatedly, you can also move to another
category.
Ex. To change “Contrast”
1
Press and hold SEL (select) for more
than 2 seconds so that one of the
PSM items appears on the display.
(See page 40.)
Ex. When you have selected “Graphics” previously
Press number button (in this
example, 3) to select one of the PSM
categories.
1
4
Adjust the PSM item selected.
ATT
The number buttons,
4/
¢
, and control dial start
flashing to teach you that they
can be used for the next
operational steps.
SEL
2
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OTHER MAIN FUNCTIONS
2
3
4
5
5
6
Repeat steps 2 to 4 to adjust the
other PSM items if necessary.
Finish the setting.
SEL
6
The first-listed item in the selected category
appears.
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Indications
Graphics
CLOCK
MOVIE
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Preferred Setting Mode (PSM) items
DISP (display)
TUNER
AUDIO
Initial settings Page
See page 41.
Movie demonstration
Long
Short
Int Demo
41
Long
41
KeyIn CFM
Key-in confirmation
Opening*1
Opening animation
Default
User
Default
36,37
Ending*1
Ending animation
Default
User
Default
36,37
UserPict.*2
User Picture
From the stored files
First stored
38
Clock Hr
Hour adjustment
1–12 (0 –23)
1 (1:00AM)
8
Clock Min
Minute adjustment
0 – 59
00 (1:00AM)
8
24H/12H
24 hours or 12 hours
12Hours
8,9
Once
41
Auto
43
Any time – Any time
6PM – 7AM
43
1 – 10
5
41
Auto
41
2
1
42
On
On
42
Meter 1
Meter 2
Standard
9
Scroll
*1
*2
*3
*4
Selectable values
Scroll mode
Dimmer
Dimmer mode
From– To*3
Dimmer time setting
Contrast
Contrast
LCD Type
Display type
Font Type
Font type
Tag
Tag display
Off
24Hours
12Hours
Once
Auto
Off
Auto
Time Set
Auto
Off
On
Positive
Negative
1
Off
Theme
Theme—Level meter
Standard
Meter 3
IF Filter
Intermediate frequency
filter
Wide
Auto
Auto
42
Beep
Key-touch tone
Off
On
On
42
Line In*4
Line Input
Off
On
On
42
Telephone
Telephone muting
Off
42
PowerAmp
Power amp switch
On
42
Muting1
Off
Muting2
Off
On
Displayed only after a downlaodable file is stored in memory.
Displayed only after a downlaodable file is stored in memory and while selecting “UserPict.” for “Graphics.”
Displayed only when “Dimmer” is set to “Time Set.”
Not displayed when the current source is “LINE IN.”
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You can change the graphics shown on the
display. These graphics appear if no operation is
done for about 20 seconds (except for
“ImageLink”).
• All Demo: Display demonstration (animation)
appears (see page 8).
• Int Demo: Display demonstration (animation)
and playback source indication
appears alternately (see page 8).
• UserMovie: Your edited animation appears (see
pages 37 and 38).
• UserSlide: Your edited still images appears in
sequence (see pages 37 and 38).
• UserPict.: One of your edited still image
appears (see pages 37 and 38).
• ImageLink: To show a still image while playing
back an MP3/WMA tracks (see
page 17).
• Off:
Cancels all graphic display above.
To select the scroll mode—Scroll
When a disc information is emphasized at the
center of the display, it is shown entirely by
scrolling if it cannot be shown at a time.
• Once:
• Auto:
• Off:
Scrolls only once.
Repeats the scroll (in 5-second
intervals).
Cancels scroll mode.
Note:
Even if the scroll mode is set to “Off,” you can scroll
the display by pressing DISP (D) for more than 1
second.
To adjust the display contrast level
—Contrast
You can adjust the display contrast level among
1 to 10.
Adjust it to make the display indications clear
and legible.
Note:
You can select “UserMovie,” “UserSlide,” and
“UserPict.” only after downloading the appropriate
files in memory. (See page 33.)
To select the display illumination pattern
—LCD Type
To select the source animation on the
display—KeyIn CFM
• Auto:
When changing the source, the display shows
the source animation. You can select the source
animation on the display according to your
preference.
• Long:
• Short:
• Off:
A long source animation appears.
A short source animation appears.
Cancels the source animation.
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To show the graphics on the display—
Graphics
You can select the display illumination patterns
according to your preference.
Positive pattern will be selected
during the day time (depending on
the “Dimmer” setting); on the other
hand, negative pattern will be used
during the night time (depending on
the “Dimmer” setting).
• Positive: Positive (normal) pattern of the
display.
• Negative: Negative pattern of the display.
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To select the font on the display
—Font Type
You can change the font types used on the
display. Select either “1” or “2” according to your
preference.
To turn the tag display on or off—Tag
An MP3 and WMA track can contain track
information called “Tag” where its album name,
performer, track title, etc. are recorded.
• On:
• Off:
Turns on the Tag display while playing
MP3 or WMA tracks.
• If a track does not have Tags, folder
name and track name appear.
Turns off the Tag display while playing
MP3 or WMA tracks. (Only the folder
name and track name appear.)
Notes:
• If you change the setting from “Off” to “On” while
playing a track, the tag display will be activated
when the next track starts playing.
• For MP3 tracks only: There are two versions–ID3v1
(ID3 Tag version 1) and ID3v2 (ID3 Tag version 2).
When both ID3v1 and ID3v2 are recorded, ID3v2
will be shown.
To turn on/off the key-touch tone—Beep
You can deactivate the key-touch tone if you do
not want it to beep each time you press a button.
• On:
• Off:
Activates the key-touch tone.
Deactivates the key-touch tone.
To turn on/off the line input switch
—Line In
You can switch off the line input when no external
component is connected to the LINE IN plugs.
• On:
• Off:
You can select “LINE IN” as the playback
source.
You cannot select “LINE IN” as the
playback source.
To select the telephone muting—
Telephone
To change the FM tuner selectivity
—IF Filter
This mode is used when a cellular phone system
is connected. Depending on the phone system
used, select either “Muting1” or “Muting2,”
whichever mutes the sounds from this unit.
• Muting1: Selects this if this setting can mute
the sounds when using the cellular
phone.
• Muting2: Selects this if this setting can mute
the sounds when using the cellular
phone.
• Off:
Cancels the telephone muting.
In some areas, adjacent stations may interfere
with each other. If this interference occurs, noise
may be heard.
To turn on/off the power amplifier switch—
PowerAmp
• Auto: When this type of interference occurs,
this unit automatically increases the
tuner selectivity so that interference
noise will be reduced. (But the stereo
effect will also be lost.)
• Wide: Subject to the interference from adjacent
stations, but sound quality will not be
degraded and the stereo effect will not
be lost.
You can switch off the built-in amplifier and send
the audio signals only to the external amplifier(s) to
get clear sounds and to prevent internal heat buildup
inside this unit.
• On:
• Off:
When not using external amplifier(s).
When using external amplifier(s).
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You can dim the display at night automatically or
as you set the timer.
When shipped from the factory, Auto Dimmer
mode is activated.
ATT
Note:
Auto Dimmer equipped with this unit may not work
correctly on some vehicles, particularly on those
having a control dial for dimming.
In this case, select any other than “Auto.”
1
• Auto:
Activates Auto Dimmer.
When you turn on the car
head lights, the display
automatically dims.
• Off:
Cancels Auto Dimmer.
• On:
Always dims the display.
• Time Set: Used to set the timer for the
dimmer mode.
Press and hold SEL (select) for more
than 2 seconds so that one of the
PSM items appears on the display.
(PSM: see page 40.)
Note:
Selecting “Auto” or “Time Set” may change the
display pattern to the “Negative” or “Positive”
pattern if “LCD Type” is set to “Auto.”
SEL
2
Press number button 3 to select
“DISP”—Display category of the
PSM settings.
• If you select “Time Set,” go to the following
steps to set the timer.
• If you select any other than “Time Set,” go
to step 7 to finish the setting.
5
1
3
2
Press ¢
“Dimmer.”
3
or
4
5
4 to select
Set the dimmer mode as you like.
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4
Selecting the dimmer mode
Select “From– To” to set the timer for
the dimmer mode.
6
6
Set the timer.
1 Turn the control dial to select the start
time.
2 Press ¢
once.
3 Turn the control dial to select the end
time.
7
Finish the setting.
SEL
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Assigning names to the sources
3
You can assign names to station frequencies,
CDs (both in this unit and in the CD changer),
and the external component.
After assigning a name, it will appears on the
display when you select the source.
Station frequencies
Up to 10 characters (up to
30 station frequencies
including both FM and
AM)
CDs*
Up to 32 characters (up to
40 discs)
External component
Up to 8 characters
* You cannot assign a name to CD Text, MP3, and
WMA discs.
.
1
DISP
Each time you press the button,
the character set changes as
follows:
(A – Z: capital)
4
ATT
5
(a – z: small)
(0 – 9: numbers, and
symbols)
Select a character.
• About the available
characters, see page
55.
Move the cursor to the next
(or previous) character position.
Select a source you want to assign a
name to.
When you select a source, the
power automatically comes on.
SRC
2
D
Maximum number of
characters
Sources
Select the character set you want
while the first character position is
flashing.
While holding DISP (D), press and
hold SEL (select) for more than
2 seconds.
6
7
Repeat steps 3 to 5 until you finish
entering the name.
Finish the procedure while the last
selected character is flashing.
SEL
SEL
D
DISP
To erase the entered characters
Insert spaces using the same procedure
described above.
Ex.: When you select an FM station as the
source
Notes:
• When you try to assign a name to the 41st disc or to
the 31st station frequency, “Name Full” appears
and you cannot enter the text entry mode. In this
case, delete unwanted names before assignment.
• When the CD changer is connected, you can assign
names to CDs in the CD changer. These names can
also be shown on the display if you insert the CDs
in this unit.
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The control panel angles changes as follows:
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Changing the control panel
angle
You can change the angle of the control panel to
four positions.
1
Press and hold 0 ( ) until the
angle adjustment screen appears.
The 5 (up) and ∞ (down)
buttons start flashing to teach
you that they can be used for the
next operational steps.
2
Adjust the angle to the position you
want.
Adj.1
Adj.2
Adj.3
CAUTION:
NEVER insert your finger in between the
control panel and the unit, as it may get
caught or hurt.
Adj.4
When using the remote controller
You can change the angle position simply by
pressing ANGLE 5 or ANGLE ∞.
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Detaching the control panel
You can detach the control panel when leaving
the car.
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.
Attaching the control panel
1
Insert the left side of the control
panel into the groove on the panel
holder.
Detaching the control panel
Before detaching the control panel, be sure to
turn off the power.
1
Unlock the control panel.
2
Press the right side of the control
panel to fix it to the panel holder.
The control panel
comes out toward you.
2
3
Move the control panel to the right,
then pull it out of the unit.
Note on cleaning the connectors:
If you frequently detach the control panel, the
connectors will deteriorate.
To minimize this possibility, periodically wipe the
connectors with a cotton swab or cloth moistened
with alcohol, being careful not to damage the
connectors.
Put the detached control panel into
the provided case.
Connectors
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CD CHANGER OPERATIONS
D
DISP
BBE
ATT
MODE
SEL
1
We recommend that you use the JVC MP3compatible CD changer with your unit.
By using this CD changer, you can play back
your original CD-Rs (Recordable) and CD-RWs
(Rewritable) recorded either in audio CD format
or in MP3 format.
• 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 unit.
Before operating your CD changer:
• Refer also to the Instructions supplied with
your CD changer.
• If no discs are in the magazine of the CD
changer or the discs are inserted upside
down, “No Disc” will appear on the display. If
this happens, remove the magazine and set
the discs correctly.
• If no magazine is loaded in the CD changer,
“No Magazine” appears on the display. If this
happens, insert the magazine in the CD
changer.
• If “Reset 01” – “Reset 08” appears on the
display, something is wrong with the
connection between this unit and the CD
changer. If this happens, check the
connection and make sure the cords are
connected firmly. Then, press the reset
button of the CD changer.
Note:
You cannot control and play any WMA disc on the CD
changer.
2
3
4
5
6
M
Playing discs
Select the CD automatic changer
(CD-CH).
SRC
Each time you press the button,
the source changes as described
on page 7. When you select a
source, the power automatically
comes on.
Playback starts from the first track of the first
disc, and all tracks of all discs are played back.
• When the current disc is an audio CD or a
CD Text disc:
1
2
4
3
5
1 Disc number
2 Disc title/performer (if no title is recorded or assigned,
“No Name” appears.)
3 Track title (if no title is recorded, “No Name”
appears.)
4 Current track number
5 Elapsed playing time of the current track
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• When the current disc is an MP3 disc:
To go to a particular disc directly
Press the number button corresponding to the
disc number to start its playback (while the CD
changer is playing).
1
1
2
3
4
2
3
4
5
6
• To select a disc number from 1 – 6:
Press 1 (7) – 6 (12) briefly.
• To select a disc number from 7 – 12:
Press and hold 1 (7) – 6 (12) for more than 1
second.
To fast-forward or reverse the track
5
6
7
1 Disc number
2 Disc type—MP3
3 Album title/performer (or folder name
when “Tag”
is set to “Off”—see page 42, or when no Tag is
recorded)
4 Track title (or track name
when “Tag” is set to
“Off”—see page 42, or when no Tag is recorded)
5 Current folder number
6 Current track number
7 Elapsed playing time of the current track
To change the display pattern
By pressing DISP (D), you can change the
information shown on the display.
Each time you press the button, the
D
display patterns change.
DISP
• For details, see page 24.
If you change the source or turn off the unit
Disc play also stops.
Next time you select “CD-CH” as the source, disc
play starts from where it has been stopped
previously.
Press and hold ¢
, while
playing a disc, to fast-forward
the track.
Press and hold
4, while
playing a disc, to reverse the
track.
Note:
During this operation on an MP3 disc, you can only
hear intermittent sounds. (The elapsed playing time
also changes intermittently on the display.)
To go to the next track or the previous
tracks
Press ¢
briefly, while
playing a disc, to go ahead to
the beginning of the next track.
Each time you press the button
consecutively, the beginning of
the next tracks is located and
played back.
Press
4 briefly, while playing a disc, to go
back to the beginning of the current track. Each
time you press the button consecutively, the
beginning of the previous tracks is located and
played back.
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This operation is only possible when using
JVC MP3-compatible CD changer CH-X1500.
1 Press MODE (M) while playing
a disc.
“Mode” appears on the display,
and the number buttons and 5 (up)/
∞ (down) buttons start flashing.
How to go to the desired track quickly
• Ex. 1: To select track number 32 while
playing track number 6
MODE
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To go to a track quickly
MODE
M
While playing an audio CD or a CD Text disc:
M
Track 6
(Three times)
(Twice)
\ 10 \ 20 \ 30
\ 31 \ 32
• Ex. 2 :To select track number 8 while
playing track number 36
MODE
Current track number
See page 33 for this function.
M
(Three times)
While playing an MP3 disc:
Track 36
Current folder number
\ 30 \ 20 \ 10
(Twice)
\9\8
Current track number
2 Press 5 (up) or ∞ (down),
while “Mode” is still on the
display.
First time you press 5 (up) or
∞ (down), 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 (see “How to go to the
desired track quickly” that follows).
• After the last track, the first track will be
selected, and vice versa.
• While playing an MP3 disc, this operation is
possible only within a folder.
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Locating a folder on a disc
The following operations are only possible
when playing an MP3 disc using a JVC MP3compatible CD changer, CH-X1500.
To skip to the next or previous folder
within a folder (on the same hierarchy level)
Example 1
01
05
01
05
To skip to the next or previous folder
(either on the same or different hierarchy levels)
Example 2
03
01
02
03
04
03
04
04
See the hierarchy diagram on page 15.
See the hierarchy diagram on page 15.
ONLY on the remote controller:
On the control panel:
Press 5 (up) while playing a disc
to skip to the next folder.
Each time you press the button
consecutively, the next folder is
located and the first track in the
folder starts playing.
Press ∞ (down) while playing a disc to skip back
to the previous folder.
Each time you press the button consecutively,
the previous folder is located and the first track in
the folder starts playing.
On the remote controller:
PRESET
PRESET
PRESET
Press 3 (right) while playing a disc
to skip to the next folder.
Each time you press the button
consecutively, the next folder
included within the same folder (on
the same hierarchy level) is
located (and the first track in the
folder starts playing if recorded).
Press 2 (left) while playing a disc to skip back to
the previous folder.
Each time you press the button consecutively,
the previous folder included within the same
folder (on the same hierarchy level) is located
(and the first track in the folder starts playing if
recorded).
PRESET
Press and hold 3 (right) while
playing a disc to skip to the next
folder.
Each time you press and hold the
button consecutively, the next
folder is located and the first track
in the folder starts playing.
Press and hold 2 (left) while playing a disc to
skip back to the previous folder.
Each time you press and hold the button
consecutively, the previous folder is located and
the first track in the folder starts playing.
Note:
If the folder does not contain any MP3 tracks,
playback will not start (“No Music” appears on the
display). Select another folder.
To go back to the root directly, press R•D on
the remote controller. You can go back to the
root from any folder.
• If tracks are recorded on the disc directly
without putting them into a folder, this unit
starts playing the tracks.
Note:
If the folder does not contain any MP3 tracks, it is
skipped.
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While playing an MP3 disc, you can also show
the folder list(s) and track list(s) on the display,
then select a folder or track.
To select a disc using the disc lists
1 While playing an MP3 disc,
If you forget what discs are loaded in the CD
changer, you can show the disc name list and
select a disc in the list shown on the display.
• The display can show only six names at a time.
1
press and hold 5 (up) or
∞ (down) until a disc name list
appears on the display.
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Selecting a disc/folder/track
using the name lists
While playing a disc, press and hold
5 (up) or ∞ (down) until a disc name
list appears on the display.
2 Press ¢
or
4 to
show a folder list of the
current disc or track list of the
current folder.
Each time you press the button, the lists on
the display change as follows:
Note:
If a disc has a disc title (CD Text) or an assigned
disc name, it will be shown on the display.
However, if the disc has not been played before,
its disc number will appear.
2
Ex. When folder list is selected
Press 5 (up) or ∞ (down) to show
the other disc name list, if
necessary.
Ex. When track list is selected
3
Select the number (1 – 6) for the disc
you want to play.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Note:
The display can show only six names at a time. You
can show the other names on the next lists by pressing
5 (up) or ∞ (down).
3 Press the number button for the disc, folder or
track you want to play.
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Selecting playback modes
For audio CD and CD Text discs:
Random Disc
Random All
Random Off
To play back tracks at random (Random
Play)
You can play back tracks on a disc, on all loaded
discs (or in a folder for MP3 discs) at random.
1 Press MODE (M) while playing a
For MP3 discs:
Random Folder
Random Off
Random Disc
Random All
MODE
disc.
“Mode” appears on the display,
then the number buttons and the 5
(up)/∞ (down) buttons start
flashing.
Mode
M
Plays randomly
Random Folder*: All tracks of the current folder,
then moves to the next folder and
so on.
• While playing,
lights
up on the display.
While playing an audio CD or a CD Text disc:
Random Disc: All tracks on the disc.
• While playing,
up on the display.
Random All:
Current track number
While playing an MP3 disc:
lights
All tracks of all discs inserted in
the magazine.
lights
• While playing,
up on the display.
* “Random Folder” can be used for MP3 discs only.
To cancel Random Play, select “Random Off” by
pressing number button 3 repeatedly or press
number button 4 in step 2.
Current folder number
Current track number
2 Press number button 3, while “Mode” is still
on the display.
Each time you press the button, random play
mode changes as follows:
1
2
3
4
5
6
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To play back only intros (Intro Scan)
You can play back a track, a disc (or a folder for
MP3 discs) repeatedly.
You can play back the first 15 seconds of each
track sequentially.
1 Press MODE (M) while playing a
1 Press MODE (M) while playing a
MODE
disc.
“Mode” appears on the display, then
the number buttons and the 5 (up)/
∞ (down) buttons start flashing.
2 Press number button 2, while “Mode” is still
on the display.
Each time you press the button, repeat play
mode changes as follows:
1
2
3
4
5
Repeat Track
Repeat Disc
Repeat Off
For MP3 discs:
Mode
on the display.
Each time you press the button, intro scan
mode changes as follows:
1
2
3
4
5
6
For audio CD and CD Text discs:
Intro Track
Intro Disc
Intro Off
For MP3 discs:
Intro Track
Intro Off
Repeat Folder
Repeat Disc
Plays repeatedly
M
2 Press number button 1, while “Mode” is still
6
For audio CD and CD Text discs:
Repeat Track
Repeat Off
MODE
disc.
“Mode” appears on the display, then
the number buttons and the 5 (up)/
∞ (down) buttons start flashing.
M
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To play back tracks repeatedly (Repeat Play)
Mode
Intro Folder
Intro Disc
Plays the beginnings of
Repeat Track : Current (or specified) track.
• While playing,
lights
up on the display.
Intro Track :
All tracks of the disc.
• While playing,
up on the display.
Repeat Folder* :All tracks of the current (or
specified) folder.
• While playing,
lights
up on the display.
Intro Folder* : First tracks of all folders of the
current disc.
• While playing,
lights
up on the display.
Repeat Disc : All tracks of the current (or
specified) disc.
• While playing,
lights
up on the display.
Intro Disc :
lights
First tracks of all inserted discs.
• While playing,
lights
up on the display.
* “Intro Folder” can be used for MP3 discs only.
* “Repeat Folder” can be used for MP3 discs only.
To cancel Repeat Play, select “Repeat Off” by
pressing number button 2 repeatedly or press
number button 4 in step 2.
To cancel Intro Scan, select “Intro Off” by
pressing number button 1 repeatedly or press
number button 4 in step 2.
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EXTERNAL COMPONENT OPERATIONS
SRC
D
DISP
BBE
ATT
MODE
SEL
1
2
3
Playing an external component 3
You can connect an external components to the
LINE IN plugs on the rear.
• If you cannot select “LINE IN” as the source,
change the “Line In” setting to “On.” (See pages 40
and 42.)
Select the external component
(LINE IN).
SRC
Each time you press the
button, the source changes
as described on page 7.
When you select a source,
the power automatically
comes on.
5
6
M
Adjust the volume.
ATT
4
1
4
Select the DSP mode and sound
mode as you want.
• For the DSP modes, see page 25.
• For the sound (iEQ) modes, see page 28.
Note:
When the source is “LINE IN,” the DISP (D) button
will not work.
If you have assigned a different name to the
external component, it will appear.
2
Turn on the connected component
and start playing the source.
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Sound modes (preset frequency level settings)
The list below shows the preset frequency level settings for each sound mode.
• You can adjust the preset sound modes temporarily. However, your temporary adjustments will
be reset when you select another sound mode.
Sound
Mode
Preset equalizing values
60 Hz
Flat
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
150 Hz
400 Hz
1 kHz
2.4 kHz
6 kHz
12 kHz
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
Hard Rock
+03
+03
+01
00
00
+02
+01
R&B
+03
+02
+02
00
+01
+01
+03
Pop
00
+02
00
00
+01
+01
+02
Jazz
+03
+02
+01
+01
+01
+03
+02
DanceMusic
+04
+02
00
–02
–01
+01
+01
Country
+02
+01
00
00
00
+01
+02
Reggae
+03
00
00
+01
+02
+02
+03
Classic
+02
+03
+01
00
00
+02
00
User 1
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
User 2
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
User 3
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
Available characters
You can use the following characters to assign names to stations, CDs, and external component.
(See page 44.)
Capital letters
Small letters
Numbers and symbols
$
space
space
space
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TROUBLESHOOTING
What appears to be trouble is not always serious. Check the following points before calling a service
center.
Symptoms
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.
The “PowerAmp” setting is set
to “Off.”
Set it to “On” (see page 42).
Connections are incorrect.
Check the cords and
connections.
• CD-R/CD-RW cannot be
played back.
• Tracks on the CD-R/CD-RW
cannot be skipped.
Disc is inserted upside down.
Insert the disc correctly.
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 cannot be ejected.
Disc is locked.
Unlock the disc (see page 23.)
• Disc cannot be recognized
(“No Disc,” “Loading Error,”
or “Eject Error” flashes).
The CD player may function
incorrectly.
While holding
, press 0
for more than 2 seconds to eject
the disc.
• This unit does not work at
all.
The built-in microcomputer
may have functioned
incorrectly due to noise, etc.
Press the reset button on the
control panel using a ball-point
pen (see page 2).
• When “Reset P00” to “Reset
P44” appears on the
display.
There is something blocking
the control panel movement.
Press the reset button on the
control panel using a ball-point
pen (see page 2). If the reset
button does not work. Check the
installation. (Ex. you have used a
screws which are longer than
specified.)
•
Input level through the
external component (LINE
IN) is too high.
Adjust the output level on the
external component.
• “Panel Connect Error”
appears on the display.
The control panel is not
attached correctly and firmly.
Remove the control panel, wipe
the connectors, then attach it
again (see page 46).
• SSM automatic preset
does not work.
Signals are too weak.
Store stations manually.
• Static noise while listening
to the radio.
The antenna is not connected
firmly.
Connect the antenna firmly.
• Sound is sometimes
interrupted.
General Playback
• Sound cannot be heard
from the speakers.
FM/AM
Remedies
Causes
(INPUT
OVER) indicator appears
on the display.
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You are trying to download an
animation of many frames.
This is normal (see page 33).
• Animation does not move.
Temperature in the car
compartment is very low—
(LOW TEMP.) indicator
appears.
Wait until the operating
temperature resumes—until
(LOW TEMP.) indicator goes off.
• “No Disc” flashes on the
display .
No disc in the magazine.
Insert a disc.
• “Reset 08” flashes on the
display .
This unit is not connected to a
CD changer correctly.
Connect this unit and the CD
changer correctly and press the
reset button of the CD changer.
• “Reset 01” – “Reset 07”
flashes on the display.
• Disc cannot be played back.
Press the reset button of the CD
changer.
MP3/WMA tracks do not have
the extension code—mp3 or
wma in their file names.
ENGLISH
• Download does not seem to
finish.
• “Movie” category settings in
the PSM do not take effect.
Remedies
Graphics
Causes
CD Changer
Symptoms
Add the extension code—mp3 or
wma to their file names.
Tracks are not encoded in an
appropriate format.
Insert a disc that contains tracks
encoded in an appropriate
format.
WMA tracks are copyprotected.
This is normal. Copy-protected
tracks cannot be played back.
• 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 files.)
• Elapsed playing time is not
correct.
This sometimes occurs during
play. This is caused by how
the tracks are recorded on the
disc.
Select another folder.
• “No Files” appears on the
display for a while, then the
disc ejects.
The current MP3/WMA disc
does not contain any MP3/
WMA tracks.
Insert a disc that contains MP3/
WMA tracks.
• “No Music” appears on the
display.
No MP3/WMA tracks are
included in the folder.
Select another folder including
MP3/WMA tracks.
Only <jml> and/or <jma> files
are recorded on the disc.
Insert a disc including MP3 or
WMA tracks.
• “Unplayable File” appears
and tracks skip.
• Correct characters are not
displayed. (e.g. album name)
MP3/WMA Playback
Change the disc.
MP3/WMA tracks are not
(Record MP3/WMA tracks using
recorded in the format
compliant with ISO 9660 Level a compliant application.)
1, ISO 9660 Level 2, Romeo,
or Joliet.
This unit can only display
alphabets (capital: A–Z, small:
a–z), numbers, and a limited
number of symbols.
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ENGLISH
MAINTENANCE
Handling discs
When playing a CD-R or CD-RW
This unit has been designed to reproduce CDs,
CD-Rs (Recordable), CD-RWs (Rewritable), and
CD Texts.
• This unit is also compatible with MP3 and
WMA discs.
How to handle discs
Center holder
When removing a disc from 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.
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.
To play new discs
New discs may have some rough
spots around the inner and outer
edges. If such a disc is used, this
unit may reject the disc.
To remove these rough spots, rub
the edges with a pencil or ball-point pen, etc.
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 unit turned on for a few hours until the
moisture evaporates.
Sticker
Warped
disc
Before playing back CD-Rs or CD-RWs, read
their instructions or cautions carefully.
• Use only “finalized” CD-Rs or CD-RWs.
• Some CD-Rs or CD-RWs may not play back
on this unit because of their disc
characteristics, and for the following reasons:
– Discs are dirty or scratched.
– Moisture condensation on the lens inside the
unit.
– The pickup lens inside the unit is dirty.
• CD-RWs may require a longer readout time
since the reflectance of CD-RWs is lower than
that of regular CDs.
• CD-Rs or CD-RWs are susceptible to high
temperatures or high humidity, so do not leave
them inside your car.
• Do not use 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 humidity may cause malfunctions or
damage to discs. For example,
– Stickers or labels may shrink and warp a
disc.
– Stickers or labels may peel off so discs
cannot be ejected.
– Print on discs may get sticky.
Read instructions or cautions about labels and
printable discs carefully.
CAUTIONS:
• Do not insert 8 cm discs (single CDs) into the
loading slot. (Such discs cannot be ejected.)
• Do not insert any disc of unusual shape—like a
heart or flower; otherwise, it will cause a
malfunction.
• Do not expose discs to direct sunlight or any
heat source or place them in a place subject to
high temperature and humidity. Do not leave
them in a car.
• Do not use any solvent (for example,
conventional record cleaner, spray, thinner,
benzine, etc.) to clean discs.
Sticker
residue
Disc
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Stick-on
label
AUDIO AMPLIFIER SECTION
CD PLAYER 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)
Equalizer Control Range:
Frequencies: 60 Hz, 150 Hz, 400 Hz,
1 kHz, 2.4 kHz, 6 kHz, 12 kHz
Level:
±10 dB
Frequency Response: 40 Hz to 20 000 Hz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 70 dB
Line-In Level/Impedance:
LINE IN: 1.5 V/20 kΩ load
Line-Out Level/Impedance:
LINE OUT:4.0 V/20 kΩ load (full scale)
Output Impedance: 1 kΩ
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:
98 dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 102 dB
Wow and Flutter: Less than measurable limit
MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer 3)
Max. Bit rate: 320 Kbps
WMA (Windows Media® Audio)
Max. Bit rate: 192 Kbps
TUNER SECTION
Frequency Range:
FM: 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz
AM: 531 kHz to 1 602 kHz
ENGLISH
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:
182 mm × 52 mm × 161 mm
Panel Size:
188 mm × 58 mm × 17 mm
Mass: 1.8 kg (excluding accessories)
[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
Having TROUBLE with operation?
Please reset your unit
Refer to page of How to reset your unit
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• Before removing the unit, release the rear section.
1 Remove the control panel.
2 Remove the trim plate.
3 Insert the 2 handles into the slots, as shown. Then,
while gently pulling the handles away from each
other, slide out the unit. (Be sure to keep the
handles after installing it.)
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connection
The following parts are provided with this unit.
After checking them, please set them correctly.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
To prevent short circuits, we recommend that you
disconnect the battery’s negative terminal and make all
electrical connections before installing the unit. If you
are not sure how to install this unit correctly, have it
installed by a qualified technician.
Note:
This unit is designed to operate only 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.
• Replace the fuse with one of the specified rating. If
the fuse blows frequently, consult your JVC car audio
dealer.
• If noise is a problem...
This unit incorporates a noise filter in the power circuit.
However, with some vehicles, clicking or other
unwanted noise may occur. If this happens, connect
the unit’s rear ground terminal (see connection
diagram) to the car’s chassis using shorter and thicker
cords, such as copper braiding or gauge wire. If noise
still persists, consult your JVC car audio dealer.
• Maximum input of the speakers should be more than
50 W at the rear and 50 W at the front, with an
impedance of 4 Ω to 8 Ω.
• Be sure to ground this unit to the car’s chassis.
• The heat sink becomes very hot after use. Be careful
not to touch it when removing this unit.
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Before connecting: Check the wiring in the vehicle
carefully. Incorrect connection may cause serious
damage to this unit.
The leads of the power cord and those of the connector
from the car body may be different in color.
1 Connect the colored leads of the power cord to the
car battery, speakers and automatic power antenna
(if any) in the following sequence.
1 Black: ground
2 Yellow: to car battery (constant 12 V)
3 Red: to an accessory terminal
4 Blue: to automatic antenna if any (250 mA
max.)
5 Blue with white stripe: to remote lead of other
equipment (200 mA max.)
6 Orange with white stripe: to car light control
switch
7 Brown: to cellular phone system (For details,
refer to the instructions of the cellular phone)
8 Others: to speakers
1
2 Connect the antenna cord.
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3 Finally connect the wiring harness to the unit.
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• DO NOT connect the speaker leads of the power
cord to the car battery; otherwise, the unit will be
seriously damaged.
• Connect the black lead (ground), yellow lead (to car
battery, constant 12 V), and red lead (to an accessory
terminal) correctly.
• BEFORE connecting the speaker leads of the power
cord to the speakers, check the speaker wiring in your
car.
– If the speaker wiring in your car is as illustrated
in Fig. 1 and Fig. 2 below, DO NOT connect the
unit using that original speaker wiring. If you do,
the unit will be seriously damaged.
Redo the speaker wiring so that you can connect
the unit to the speakers as illustrated in Fig. 3.
– If the speaker wiring in your car is as illustrated
in Fig. 3, you can connect the unit using the original
speaker wiring in your car.
– If you are not sure of the speaker wiring of your car,
consult your car dealer.
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speaker connections:
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(see diagram B )
We recommend you to connect the JVC MP3-compatible CD changer. You can also connect other
CH-X series CD changers (except CH-X99 and CH-X100).
• You cannot use the KD-MK series CD changers with this unit.
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connecting.
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B Connections Adding Other Equipment / !"#$%&'( /
You can connect an amplifier and other equipment 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 unit.
• For amplifier:
– Connect this unit’s line-out terminals to the
amplifier’s line-in terminals.
– Disconnect the speakers from this unit, connect
them to the amplifier. Leave the speaker leads
of this unit unused.
– You can switch off the built-in amplifier and send
the audio signals only to the external amplifier(s)
to get clear sounds and to prevent internal heat
built-up inside the unit. See page 42 of the
Instructions (separate volume).
– The line output level of this unit is kept high to
maintain the hi-fi sounds reproduced from this unit.
When connecting an external amplifier to this
unit, turn down the gain control on the external
amplifier to obtain the best performance from this
unit.
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ENGLISH
To install this unit, fit the unit into the mounting sleeve by pushing both the
left and right edges of the unit.
Do not press the portion, shaded in the illustration; otherwise, it may result
in a malfunction of the unit.
LV43462-002A
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When shipped from the factory, display demonstration
has been activated, and starts automatically when no
operations are done for about 20 seconds.
• It is recommended to cancel the demonstration
before you use the unit for the first time.
To cancel the display demonstration, follow the
procedure below:
1 Press and hold SEL (select) for more than
2 seconds so that one of the PSM items appears on
the display.
2 Press number button 1 to select “MOVIE”—Movie
category of the PSM settings.
3 Select “Off.”
4 Finish the setting.
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LVT1044-002A
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ENGLISH
A Guide to MP3/WMA
What are MP3/WMA?
MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer 3) is one of digital audio compression standards.
• This player cannot play back MP3i and MP3 PRO formats.
WMA (Windows Media® Audio) is the digital audio compression format developed by
Microsoft Corporation. WMA formatted files copy-protected with DRM cannot be
decoded and played on this product.
• This player cannot play back WMA files that are encoded with the following methods:
– Lossless
– Professional
– Voice
IMPORTANT: Some players cannot play back WMA files. Such players skip WMA
files. For in-depth information, see the instruction supplied with your car audio.
About Tag of MP3/WMA
This player can show the names of albums, artists (performer), and tracks of MP3/WMA
Tag.
• This player can handle only one-byte characters. Any other characters cannot be
correctly displayed.
About formats of MP3/WMA
This player cannot play back the following files:
• MP3/WMA files without extensions such as [.MP3] or [.WMA].
• MP3/WMA files with the extensions other than [.MP3] or [.WMA].
• Files which do not have MP3/WMA data.
• MP3/WMA files are not encoded in an appropriate format. (this player skips the files after
“Unplayable File” appears on the display).
• MP3 files encoded with Layer 1/2 (this player skips the files after “Unplayable File”
appears on the display).
• WMA files which are not based upon Windows Media® Audio.
• WMA formatted files copy-protected with DRM (this player skips the files after
“Unplayable File” appears on the display).
• Files which have the data such as WAVE, ATRAC3, etc.
About available formats of disc
This player cannot play back the following cases:
• CD-R/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.).
• There are unclosed sessions on CD-R/RW (this player skips unclosed sessions).
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About functions restrained during MP3/WMA playback
ENGLISH
• The search function works but search speed is not constant during search.
• When skip is tried at the last file in a folder, the next folder is selected.
Glossary
CD-DA
The data of music CD
Mixed-CD
A CD-R/RW on which audio tracks (CD-DA data) have been added to data tracks before
closing a session.
Enhanced-CD
A CD-R/RW on which data tracks have been added to audio tracks (CD-DA data) before
closing a session.
Multiple session
A CD-writing method, which make it possible to add data on a CD-R/RW after closing a
session.
Questions and Answers
An MP3/WMA disc requires a long readout time…?
When an MP3/WMA disc is inserted, information inside the disc (number of folders and
files, and positions of data) is first read.
So, in the following cases, a fairly long time may be needed before playback starts:
• If the file structure is complicated,
• If the number of files is large, or
• If the number of sessions is large (in case of multi-session discs).
There occurs sound interruption or sound skipping…?
Sound interruption or sound skipping may occur, depending on recording conditions
(missing data, etc.) or media conditions (stain, scratch, warp, etc.).
MP3/WMA files are not played back in an intended order…?
This player plays back MP3/WMA files in order of hierarchy levels.
• The playback order may differ from your intended order because of your writing
software.
Elapsed playing time is not displayed correctly…?
Files recorded in VBR (variable bit rate) have a discrepancy in elapsed time display, and
do not show the actual passage of time. Especially, after performing the search function,
this difference becomes noticeable.
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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‡: Compatible
Table of playable disc types
Discs containing both
MP3 files and WMA files
Mixed-CD
MP3 + CD-DA
WMA + CD-DA
MP3/WMA + CD-DA
Other files + CD-DA
Enhanced CD
CD-DA + MP3/WMA
File name system
ISO9660 Level1
ISO9660 Level2
ISO9660 Level3
Romeo
Joliet
Windows long file name
Multiple session
80-minute discs
(capacity: 700 MB)
ENGLISH
KD-LH3105
(compatible with only MP3 files)
MP3 playback
MP3 playback
CD-DA playback
MP3 playback
CD-DA playback
CD-DA playback
Up to 12 characters (8.3 format)
Up to 31 characters
Not available
Up to 128 characters
Up to 64 characters
Up to 128 characters
‡
‡
KD-SH9105
(compatible with both MP3 and WMA files)
Discs containing both
MP3 files and WMA files
Mixed-CD
MP3 + CD-DA
WMA + CD-DA
MP3/WMA + CD-DA
Other files + CD-DA
Enhanced CD
CD-DA + MP3/WMA
File name system
ISO9660 Level1
ISO9660 Level2
ISO9660 Level3
Romeo
Joliet
Windows long file name
Multiple session
80-minute discs
(capacity: 700 MB)
‡
MP3 playback
WMA playback
MP3/WMA playback
CD-DA playback
CD-DA playback
Up to 12 characters (8.3 format)
Up to 31 characters
Not available
Up to 128 characters
Up to 64 characters
Up to 128 characters
‡
‡
• Maximun number of characters for file/folder names includes 4 extension characters—“.MP3” or
“.WMA”.
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ENGLISH
Table for playable MP3/WMA files
WMA playback
MP3
Bit-rate
VBR
Sampling frequency MPEG-1
MPEG-2
Joint stereo
Emphasis
ID3-Tag
WMA
Bit-rate
Sampling frequency
WMA-Tag
m3u playlist
Manual search
Maximum number of folder hierarchy
Maximum number Files on each folder
of files/folders
Folders on a disc
Total
Maximum number of characters on the display
Playback order
‡: Compatible
KD-LH3105
(compatible with only MP3 files)
Not playable
8 kbps—320 kbps
‡
48 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 32 kHz
24 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 16 kHz
‡
‡
Ver. 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4
Not available
Not available
Not available
Not available
‡ (Search speed is not constant.)
8
255
100
460
128 (including [.MP3])
In the order of hierarchy
KD-SH9105
(compatible with both MP3 and WMA files)
WMA playback
MP3
Bit-rate
VBR
Sampling frequency MPEG-1
MPEG-2
Joint stereo
Emphasis
ID3-Tag
WMA
Bit-rate
Sampling frequency
WMA-Tag
m3u playlist
Manual search
Maximum number of folder hierarchy
Maximum number Files on each folder
of files/folders
Folders on a disc
Total
Maximum number of characters on the display
Playback order
‡
8 kbps—320 kbps
‡
48 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 32 kHz
24 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 16 kHz
‡
‡
Ver. 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4
32 kbps—192 kbps
48 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 32 kHz, 22 kHz
‡
Not available
‡ (Search speed is not constant.)
8
255
100
460
128 (including [.MP3] or [.WMA])
In the order of hierarchy
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