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MONITOR WITH DVD RECEIVER
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
DDX395
DDX375BT
DDX350BT
(Region 1 – DVD Region Code 1 Area)
(Region 1 – DVD Region Code 1 Area)
DDX25BT
DDX418BT
(Region 1 – DVD Region Code 1 Area)
(Region 4 – DVD Region Code 4 Area)
(Region 1 – DVD Region Code 1 Area)
This instruction manual is used to describe the models listed above. Model availability and features (functions) may differ depending on the country and
sales area.
Take the time to read through this instruction manual.
Familiarity with installation and operation procedures will help you obtain the best performance from your new DVD-receiver.
For your records
Record the serial number, found on the back of the unit, in the spaces designated on the warranty card, and in the space provided below. Refer to the model and
serial numbers whenever you call upon your Kenwood dealer for information or service on the product.
Model DDX395/DDX375BT/DDX350BT/DDX25BT/DDX418BT Serial number
US Residents Only
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Register your Kenwood product at www.kenwood.com/usa/
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Important Notice
To ensure proper use, please read through this
manual before using this product. It is especially
important that you read and observe WARNINGS
and CAUTIONS in this manual.
Please keep the manual in a safe and accessible
place for future reference.
WARNINGS
To prevent accidents and damages
• DO NOT install any unit or wire any cable in a
location where;
– it may obstruct the steering wheel and gearshift
lever operations.
– it may obstruct the operation of safety devices such
as air bags.
– it may obstruct visibility.
• DO NOT raise the volume level too much, as this will
make driving dangerous by blocking outside sounds,
and may cause hearing loss.
• DO NOT operate the unit while driving. If you need
to operate the unit while driving, be sure to look
around carefully.
• Stop the car before performing any complicated
operations.
• The driver must not watch the monitor while driving.
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CAUTIONS
To care for the unit
• 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.
To care for the monitor
• The monitor built into this unit has been produced
with high precision, but it may have some ineffective
dots. This is inevitable and is not considered
defective.
• Do not expose the monitor to direct sunlight.
• Do not operate the touch panel using a ball-point
pen or similar tool with a sharp tip.
Touch the keys on the touch panel with your finger
directly (if you are wearing a glove, take it off).
• When the temperature is very cold or very hot...
– Chemical changes occur inside, causing
malfunction.
– Pictures may not appear clearly or may move
slowly. Pictures may not be synchronized with
the sound or picture quality may decline in such
environments.
On the volume setting
• Digital devices produce very little noise compared
with other sources. Lower the volume before playing
these digital sources to avoid damaging the speakers
by sudden increase of the output level.
For DDX418BT:
The marking of products using lasers
The label is attached to the chassis/case and says
that the component uses laser beams that have been
classified as Class 1. It means that the unit is utilizing
laser beams that are of a weaker class. There is no
danger of hazardous radiation outside the unit.
For DDX395/DDX375BT/DDX350BT/DDX25BT:
CAUTION
Use of controls or adjustments or performance
of procedures other than those specified herein
may result in hazardous radiation exposure. In
compliance with Federal Regulations, the following
are reproductions of labels on, or inside the product
relating to laser product safety.
Location : Top plate
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Important Notice
For DDX395/DDX375BT/DDX350BT/DDX25BT:
CAUTION
This equipment complies with FCC/IC radiation
exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled
environment and meets the FCC radio frequency
(RF) Exposure Guidelines and RSS-102 of the IC radio
frequency (RF) Exposure rules. This equipment has
very low levels of RF energy that is deemed to comply
without maximum permissive exposure evaluation
(MPE). But it is desirable that it should be installed and
operated keeping the radiator at least 20 cm or more
away from person’s body.
• Contains Transmitter Module
FCC ID: ZWY8811X
• Contains Transmitter Module
IC: 12033A-8811X
For DDX395/DDX375BT/DDX350BT/DDX25BT:
FCC WARNING
This equipment may generate or use radio
frequency energy. Changes or modifications to this
equipment may cause harmful interference unless
the modifications are expressly approved in the
instruction manual. The user could lose the authority
to operate this equipment if an unauthorized change
or modification is made.
FCC NOTE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant
to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation.
This equipment may cause harmful interference to
radio communications, if it is not installed and used
in accordance with the instructions. However, there
is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a
circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
For DDX395/DDX375BT/DDX350BT/DDX25BT:
IC (Industry Canada) Notice
This device complies with Industry Canada’s licenceexempt RSSs. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
(1) This device may not cause interference; and
(2) This device must accept any interference, including
interference that may cause undesired operation of
the device.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operated in
conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
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About this manual
The displays and panels shown in this manual are
examples used to provide clear explanations of the
operations. For this reason, they may be different
from the actual displays or panels.
Illustrations of DDX395 are mainly used for
explanation.
Contents
Component Names and Operations ............... 3
Basic Operations ................................................. 4
Using an external component via ADS adapter—
OEM Features ................................................................................ 33
How to reset your unit .................................................................4
Turning on the power ..................................................................4
Turning off the power ..................................................................4
Putting the unit in standby .......................................................4
Turning off the screen ..................................................................4
Adjusting the volume ...................................................................5
Attenuating the sound ...............................................................5
Bluetooth® .........................................................34
This manual mainly explains operations using the
buttons on the monitor panel and keys on the
touch panel. For operations using the remote
controller, see page 48.
Getting Started ................................................... 5
< > indicates the various screens/menus/
operations/settings that appear on the touch
panel.
Various Screens and Operations ..................... 7
[ ] indicates the keys on the touch panel.
Indication language: English indications are used
for the purpose of explanation. You can select the
indication language from the <Setup> menu.
(Page 45)
Initial settings .....................................................................................5
Setting the security function....................................................6
Clock settings.....................................................................................6
Home screen ......................................................................................7
Source control screen...................................................................8
List/setting screen...........................................................................9
Disc ......................................................................10
Video ...................................................................11
USB ......................................................................13
Android...............................................................15
iPod/iPhone .......................................................16
Radio ...................................................................17
SiriusXM® Satellite Radio ................................19
Pandora® ............................................................26
iHeartRadio ........................................................28
Spotify ................................................................30
Other External Components ..........................32
AV-IN ................................................................................................... 32
Rear view camera ........................................................................ 32
2
Information ...................................................................................... 34
Preparation ....................................................................................... 34
Connection....................................................................................... 34
Bluetooth mobile phone ......................................................... 36
Bluetooth audio player ............................................................. 38
KENWOOD Music Mix ............................................................ 38
Bluetooth settings ....................................................................... 39
Settings ..............................................................40
Audio settings ................................................................................ 40
Display settings.............................................................................. 43
Input settings .................................................................................. 45
System settings.............................................................................. 45
Remote Controller ............................................48
Preparation ....................................................................................... 49
Basic operations for RC-DV340 (supplied) .................... 49
Basic operations for KNA-RCDV331 (optionally
purchased)........................................................................................ 51
KENWOOD Remote APP ...................................................... 53
Installation and Connection ...........................53
Before installation ........................................................................ 53
Installing the unit.......................................................................... 55
Removing the unit ..................................................................... 55
Wiring connection ....................................................................... 56
Connecting external components .................................... 57
References .........................................................57
Maintenance ................................................................................... 57
More information ......................................................................... 57
Troubleshooting ...............................................61
Specifications ....................................................64
Trademarks and licenses.......................................................... 67
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Component Names and Operations
DDX395/DDX375BT
1 Reset button/Power indicator/Security indicator
• Resets the unit.
• Lights up while the unit is turned on.
• Flashes when the security function is activated.
2 M button
3 Loading slot
4 Screen (touch panel)
5 Monitor panel
6
HOME button
•
(Press): Turns on the power.
•
(Hold): Turns off the power.
• HOME (Press): Displays the Home screen while
the power is on.
7 CAM/DISP OFF button
• CAM (Press): Displays the picture from the
connected rear view camera.
• DISP OFF (Hold): Turns off the screen.
8 TEL/VOICE button
• TEL (Press): Displays the phone control screen.
• VOICE (Hold): Activates voice dialing.
9 Volume/MENU/ATT knob
• Volume (Turn): Adjusts the audio volume.
• MENU (Press): Pops up the short-cut menu.
• ATT (Hold) Attenuates the sound.
DDX350BT/DDX25BT/DDX418BT
1 Reset button/Power indicator/Security indicator
• Resets the unit.
• Lights up while the unit is turned on.
• Flashes when the security function is activated.
2 M button
3 Loading slot
4 Screen (touch panel)
5 Monitor panel
6
HOME button
•
(Press): Turns on the power.
•
(Hold): Turns off the power.
• HOME (Press): Displays the Home screen while
the power is on.
7 MENU/CAMERA button
• MENU (Press): Pops up the short-cut menu.
• CAMERA (Hold): Displays the picture from the
connected rear view camera.
8 TEL/VOICE button
• TEL (Press): Displays the phone control screen.
• VOICE (Hold): Activates voice dialing.
9 Volume J/K buttons
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Basic Operations
How to reset your unit
If the unit fails to operate properly, press the reset
button.
Putting the unit in standby
1
Display the source/option selection
screen.
On the Home screen, touch as follows:
Turning on the power
2
Turning off the screen
On the pop-up short-cut menu
1
Display the pop-up short-cut menu.
DDX395/DDX375BT
DDX350BT/DDX25BT/
DDX418BT
Put the unit in standby.
On the source/option selection screen, touch as
follows:
2
On the pop-up short-cut menu, touch as
follows:
Display OFF
Turning off the power
To turn on the screen: Touch the screen.
On the monitor panel
(Hold)
(Only for DDX395/DDX375BT)
(Hold)
To turn on the screen: Press and hold DISP OFF on
the monitor panel or touch the screen.
4
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Basic Operations
Getting Started
Adjusting the volume
Initial settings
DDX395/DDX375BT
When you power on the unit for the first time or reset
the unit, the <Initial Setup> screen appears.
Perform the initial settings.
Initial Setup
Demonstration
You can adjust the volume (00 to 35) by turning
the knob to the right to increase and to the left to
decrease.
DDX350BT/DDX25BT/DDX418BT
Language
ON
OFF
English
Rear Camera
Enter
User Customize
Enter
Viewing Angle
Enter
Finish
E.g. Initial settings screen for DDX395
Once completed, Home screen appears.
You can adjust the volume (00 to 35) by pressing J to
increase and pressing K to decrease.
• Holding J increases the volume continuously to
level 15.
Attenuating the sound
(Only for DDX395/DDX375BT)
<Demonstration>
• ON (Initial): Activates the display demonstration.
• OFF: Deactivates the display demonstration.
<Language>
Select the text language used for on-screen
information.
• English (Initial)/Español/Français/Deutsch/
Italiano/Nederlands/Ελληνικά/Português/Türkçe/
Čeština/Polski/Magyar/Руccĸий/
/
/
/
/
/
/Bahasa
Malaysia/Bahasa Indonesia/
– For external monitors, only English/Spanish/
French/German/Italian/Dutch/Russian/Portuguese
are available. If another language has been
selected, the text language for external monitors
will be set to English.
• GUI Language (Local (the language selected
above)/English (Initial)): Selects the language used
for displaying operation keys and menu items.
“Please Power Off” appears when the setting is
changed. Turn off the power, then turn on to enable
the change.
<Rear Camera> (Page 45)
Make the settings to display the picture from the
connected rear view camera.
<User Customize> (Page 43)
Change the display design.
<Viewing Angle>
Select the viewing angle in relation to the monitor
panel to make the panel easier to see.
• Under 0° (Initial)/5°/10°/15°/20°
(Hold)
The ATT indicator lights up.
To cancel attenuation: Press the same button again.
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Getting Started
Setting the security function
4
Registering a security code
(Only for DDX418BT)
1
2
Display the Home screen.
Display the <Security Code Set> screen.
On the Home screen, touch as follows:
Repeat step 3 to confirm your security
code.
Now, your security code is registered.
To clear the registered security code: touch [CLR]
for <Security Code> in step 2.
Then, enter the current security code to clear and
touch [Enter].
• When the unit has been reset or disconnected from
the battery, you are required to enter the security
code. Enter the correct security code, then touch
[Enter].
Clock settings
1
Display the Home screen.
2
Display the <Clock> screen.
On the Home screen, touch as follows:
Then, on the <Setup> screen, touch as follows:
[System] → <Clock> : [Enter]
• You can also display the <Clock> screen by
touching the clock area on the Home screen.
Activating the security function
Then, on the <Setup> screen, touch as follows:
[System] → <Security Code> : [Set]
3
You can activate the security function to protect your
receiver system against theft.
1
Display the <Setup> setting screen.
On the Home screen, touch as follows:
Enter a four-digit number (1), then
confirm the entry (2).
3
Set the clock time.
Clock
Synchronize
Radio Data System
AM10 :
2
Activate the security function.
28
Reset
On the <Setup> setting screen, touch as follows:
[System] → <SI>: [ON]
• To delete the last entry, touch [Clear].
• To cancel the setting, touch [Cancel].
6
The security function is activated.
The security indicator on the monitor panel flashes
when the vehicle ignition is off.
To deactivate the security function: Touch [OFF] in
step 2.
E.g. Clock settings screen for DDX395
<Synchronize>
• Radio Data System: Synchronizes the clock time
with FM RBDS.
• OFF: Sets the clock manually. Touch [J]/[K] to
adjust the hour, then minute.
– Touching [Reset] will set the minute to “00”.
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Various Screens and Operations
You can display or change to other screens at any time
to show information, change the AV source, change
the settings, etc.
Available playback sources and options
Touch 1 to display the source/option selection screen.
Home screen
When you turn on the power for the first time, the
Home screen appears.
• You can customize the Home screen. (Page 44)
• To display the Home screen from other screens, press
HOME.
DISC
Now
Playing
USB
BT Audio
OEM Features STANDBY iHeartRadio
TEL
Spotify
SiriusXM
Pandora
E.g. Source/option selection screen for DDX395
Touching the operation keys performs the following
actions:
Now
Playing
Touching the operation keys performs the following
actions:
1 Displays all playback sources and options.
2 Displays the <Setup> screen.
3 Displays the current playing source control screen.
4 Displays the <Clock> screen.
5 Selects or changes the playback source.
[DISC]
Plays a disc.
[USB]
Plays files on a USB device.
[BT Audio]
Plays a Bluetooth audio player.
[TEL]
Displays the phone control screen.
[AV-IN]*1
Switches to an external component
connected to the AV-IN input
terminal.
[SiriusXM]*2
Switches to the SiriusXM® radio
broadcast.
[OEM
Features]*3
Switches to the source connected
via ADS adapter.
[STANDBY]
Puts the unit in standby.
[iHeartRadio]*4
Switches to the iHeartRadio
broadcast.
[Spotify]
Switches to the Spotify application.
[Pandora]*4
Switches to the Pandora broadcast.
[Android™]
Plays an Android device.
[iPod]
Plays an iPod/iPhone.
[Radio]
Switches to the radio broadcast.
To change the page: Touch [ ]/[ ]. Current page is
shown by the page indication on the top of the screen.
To return to the Home screen: Touch [
source/option selection screen.
*1
*2
*3
*4
] on the
Only for DDX418BT.
Only for DDX395/DDX375BT/DDX25BT.
Only for DDX395/DDX375BT.
Only for DDX395/DDX375BT/DDX350BT/DDX25BT.
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Various Screens and Operations
Source control screen
You can perform the playback operation from the
source control screen during playback.
• The operation keys and information displayed vary
depending on the selected source/disc type/file type
being played.
• If the operation keys are not displayed on the screen,
touch the screen to show them.
7
8
9
p
q
w
e
Displays/hides other available operation keys*
Operation keys*
IN indicator (lights up while a disc is inserted)
Playing time/playback status
Playback mode indicator (Repeat/Random)
File type indicator
Current playback item information
(folder no./file no./track no./total track no./playback
file type)
* See the following “Common operation keys on source control
screen”.
8
[
[
E.g. Common audio playback source screen for
DDX395
Touching the operation keys performs the following
actions:
1 Displays/hides short-cut source selection keys.
2 Playback source or media type
3 Picture/artwork (shown if the file contains the
information)
4 Short-cut source selection keys
• Touching [ ] on 1 to display the keys, or [ ]
to hide them.
5 Clock display
6 Track/file/song/video information
• Touching [<] scrolls the text if not all of the text
is shown.
7
8
]
[S]/[T]
[IW]
[
Common operation keys on source control screen
• The appearance of the operation keys may differ,
however the similar operation keys have the same
operations.
• Available operation keys differ depends on the
selected source or connected device.
]
]
Displays the <Equalizer> screen.
Displays the folder list/track list/audio
menu/video menu.
• (Touch) Selects an item (chapter/
folder/track/audio file/video file).
• (Hold) Reverses/forwards search.
• (Hold) Plays in slow-motion while
paused for video playback.
Starts/pauses playback.
Selects random playback mode.*
* About playback mode:
– Available playback mode differs depending on the source, disc
type, connected device, etc.
– You cannot activate repeat playback mode and random
playback mode at the same time.
– To cancel the playback mode, touch repeatedly until the
indicator disappears.
Displays other available operation keys
besides those shown on 8.
• To hide the window, touch [ ].
[
]
[
][
[
]
]
Selects a folder.
Selects repeat playback mode.*
[o]
Stops playback.
[MODE]
Displays the setting screen of the current
playback source.
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Various Screens and Operations
Using the pop-up short-cut menu
While displaying the source control screen, you can
jump to another screen by touching the operation
keys on the pop-up short-cut menu.
1
Display the pop-up short-cut menu.
DDX395/DDX375BT
2
Using touch screen operation during
playback
DDX350BT/DDX25BT/
DDX418BT
Select an item to jump to by touching as
follows.
[TEL]
Displays the phone control screen.
[Screen
Adjustment]
Displays the picture adjustment
screen.
[Display OFF] Turns off the screen.
[Camera]
Displays the picture from the
connected rear view camera.
[SETUP]
Displays the <Setup> screen.
[Current
Source]
Displays the current source
control screen.
To close the pop-up menu: Touch the screen
anywhere other than the pop-up short-cut menu.
List/setting screen
Below are the common operation keys which appear
on the list/setting screen.
• The appearance of the operation keys may differ,
however the similar operation keys have the same
operations.
• Available operation keys differ depends on the
setting screens. Not all these operation keys are
shown on every screen.
Touching the areas performs the following actions:
1 Displays the video control menu while playing a
video.
2 While playing a video: Displays the source control
screen.
While playing an audio file: Displays the playback
operation keys.
3 Goes to the previous chapter/track.*
4 Goes to the next chapter/track.*
* Not available for video from an external component (AV-IN) (for
DDX418BT only).
Touching the operation keys performs the following
actions:
1 Enters alphabet search* to list the items in
alphabetical order. When a keypad appears, touch
the first letter you want to search for.
2 Returns to the root folder.
3 Returns to the upper layer.
4 Closes the current screen.
5 Exits from the current screen or returns to the
previous screen.
6 Changes the page to display more items.
* Alphabet search is not available when the playlist is selected.
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Disc
• If a disc does not have a disc menu, all tracks on it will
be played repeatedly until you change the source or
eject the disc.
• For playable disc types, file types and other
information, see pages 57 and 58.
• If “ ” appears on the screen, the unit cannot accept
the operation you have tried to do.
– In some cases, without showing “ ”, operations
will not be accepted.
• When playing back a multi-channel encoded disc,
the multi-channel signals are downmixed.
Selecting a folder/track on the list
Ejecting a disc
1
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
• When removing a disc, pull it out horizontally.
• You can eject a disc while playing another AV source.
• If the ejected disc is not removed within 15 seconds,
the disc is automatically inserted again into the
loading slot to protect it from dust.
2
Label side up
Audio playback information and key
operation
• For playback information, see “Source control screen”
on page 8.
• For key operations on the touch panel, see “Common
operation keys on source control screen” on
page 8.
E.g. Inserting a disc for DDX395
The source changes to “DISC” and playback starts.
• The IN indicator lights up while a disc is inserted.
Select the folder (1), then the item (2) in
the selected folder.
DISC
Playback operations
Inserting a disc
Display the folder/track list.
Folder Name 1
File Name 1
Folder Name 2
File Name 2
Folder Name 3
File Name 3
Folder Name 4
File Name 4
Folder Name 5
File Name 5
Select an item in each layer until you reach and
select the desired file.
Settings for disc playback
• Available items shown on the <DISC Mode> screen
differ depending on the type of disc/file being
played back.
1
Display the <DISC Mode> screen.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
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Video
Disc
2
Make the settings.
DISC Mode
Menu Language
English
SET
Subtitle Language
English
SET
Audio Language
English
SET
Dynamic Range Control
Down Mix
Dialog
Dolby Surround
Screen Ratio
Stereo
16:9
<Menu language>*1
Select the initial disc menu language. (Initial:
English)
<Subtitle language>*1
Select the initial subtitle language or turn subtitles
off (Off). (Initial: English)
<Audio language>*1
Select the initial audio language. (Initial: English)
<Dynamic Range Control>
You can change the dynamic range while playing
Dolby Audio encoded discs.
• Wide: Reproduces powerful sound at a low
volume level with its full dynamic range.
• Normal: Reduces the dynamic range a little.
• Dialog (Initial): Reproduces movie dialog more
clearly.
<Down Mix>
When playing back a multi-channel disc, this
setting affects the signals reproduced through the
front and/or rear speakers.
• Dolby Surround: Reproduces multi-channel
surround sound by connecting an amplifier
compatible with Dolby Surround.
• Stereo (Initial): Reproduces stereo playback
sound.
Playback operations
Video playback information on the source
control screen
<Screen Ratio>
Select the monitor type to watch a wide screen
picture on the external monitor.
16:9 (Initial)
4:3 LB
4:3 PS
E.g. Video playback source control screen for
DDX395
<File Type>*2
Select the playback file type when a disc contains
different types of files.
• Audio: Plays back audio files.
• Still image: Plays back still picture files.
• Video: Plays back video files.
• Audio&Video (Initial): Plays back audio files and
video files.
1 Media type
2 Playback status
3 Current playback item information
(title no./chapter no./folder no./file no./track no.)
4 Playing time
5 IN indicator (lights up while a disc is inserted)
6 Playback mode indicator (Repeat/Random)
7 File type indicator
*1 For list of language codes, see page 59.
*2 For playable file types, see page 57.
If the disc contains no files of the selected type, the existing
files are played in the following priority: audio, video, then still
picture. You can change these settings only while playback is
stopped.
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Video
Video menu control operations
You can display the video menu control during video
playback.
• Available operation keys differ depend on the
selected disc type and file type.
Touching the operation keys performs the following
actions:
Displays the picture adjustment screen.
1 Touch [DIM ON] or [DIM OFF] to
turn on or off the dimmer.
2 Touch [+]/[–] to adjust the other
items.
• <Bright>: Adjusts the brightness (−15
to +15).
• <Contrast>: Adjusts the contrast (−10
to +10).
• <Black>: Adjusts the blackness (−10
to +10).
• <Color>: Adjusts the color (−10 to
+10).
• <Tint>: Adjusts the tint (−10 to +10).
• <Sharpness>: Adjusts the sharpness
(−2 to +2).
[Audio]
Selects the audio type.
[Subtitle]
Selects the subtitle type.
[Angle]
Selects the view angle.
1
[ZOOM]*1
Displays the picture size selection
screen.
1 Touch [ Zoom] to change the
magnification level of the picture
(Zoom1, Zoom2, Zoom3, Full:
Initial).
2 Touch [J] [K] [H] [I] to move the
zooming frame.
[Aspect]
Displays the aspect ratio selection
screen.
Touch [ Aspect] to select the aspect
ratio.
<Full>*2: For 16:9 original pictures
4:3 signal
16:9 signal
Video playback except VCD
Menu Control
E.g. Video menu control screen for DDX395
[Picture
Adjust]
<Just>: For viewing 4:3 pictures
naturally on the wide screen
4:3 signal
16:9 signal
<Normal>*2: For 4:3 original pictures
4:3 signal
16:9 signal
*1 When [Aspect] is set to <Just> or <Auto>, the picture is
zoomed with the aspect ratio of the <Full> setting.
This feature may not be used for some video sources.
*2 While DivX is played back with <Screen Ratio> set to [16:9]
(Page 11 for discs/Page 14 for USB), the aspect ratio may
not be set correctly.
<Auto>: For “DISC” source and
“USB” source only: The aspect ratio is
automatically selected to match the
incoming signals.
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USB
Video
2
[
MENU]
[T MENU]
Displays the disc menu (DVD).
Displays the disc menu (DVD).
[Highlight] Switches to the direct disc menu mode.
Touch the target item to select.
[CUR]
Displays the menu/scene selection
screen.
• [J] [K] [H] [I]: Selects an item.
• [Enter]: Confirms the selection.
• [Return]: Returns to the previous
screen.
Video playback for VCD
Touching the operation keys performs the following
actions:
1
[ZOOM]
[Aspect]
[Picture
Adjust]
Refer to “Video playback except VCD” on
page 12.
Connecting a USB device
2
[
You can connect a USB mass storage class device such
as a USB memory, digital audio player, etc. to the unit.
• For playable file types and other information, see
pages 57 and 60.
• You cannot connect a PC or portable HDD to the
USB input terminal.
• You cannot connect a USB device via a USB hub.
MENU]
Displays the disc menu.
[Audio]
Selects the audio channel
(ST: stereo, L: left, R: right).
[Direct]*
Displays or hides the direct selection
buttons.
1 Touch [DIR/CLR] to select a track
directly on a VCD.
2 Touch the numbers ([0], [1] to [9]) to
select the desired track.
3 Touch [Enter] to confirm.
Menu Control
USB device* (commercially available)
Rear panel
To delete the last entry, touch [DIR/
CLR].
E.g. Video menu control screen for DDX395
[Return]
Displays the previous screen or menu.
* You need to stop playback to deactivate the PBC function when
playing a VCD with PBC activated.
The source changes to “USB” and playback starts.
• All tracks in the USB device will be played repeatedly
until you change the source or disconnect the USB
device.
* Use CA-U1EX for extending the cable if necessary. (Max 500 mA,
5V)
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USB
Playback operations
Playback information and key operation
• For playback information, see “Source control screen”
on page 8.
• For key operations on the touch panel, see “Common
operation keys on source control screen” on
page 8.
Selecting the file type to play
You can specify the file type to play.
USB
File type
Selecting a folder/track on the list
1
Display the folder/track list.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
2
Select the folder (1), then the item (2) in
the selected folder.
Settings for USB playback
1
Display the <USB Mode> screen.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
2
Make the settings.
USB Mode
USB List
Folder Name 1
File Name 1
Folder Name 2
File Name 2
Folder Name 3
File Name 3
Folder Name 4
File Name 4
Folder Name 5
File Name 5
Screen Ratio
16:9
Next
Drive Select
Audio
Select an item in each layer until you reach and
select the desired file.
E.g. USB source control screen for DDX395
<Screen Ratio>
Select the monitor type to watch a wide screen
picture on the external monitor.
16:9 (Initial)
4:3 LB
4:3 PS
Select the file type as follows:
[Audio]
Plays back audio files.
[Video]
Plays back video files.
[Photo]
Plays back still picture files.
If the USB contains no files of the selected type, the
existing files are played in the following priority: audio,
video, then still picture. You can change these settings
only while playback is stopped.
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<Drive Select>
• Next: Switch between internal memory and the
memory source of the connected device (such as
a mobile phone).
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Android
This unit supports the Android™ application,
KENWOOD Music Play. When you use KENWOOD
Music Play via this unit, you can search for audio files
by genre, artist, album, playlist and song.
• For more information about KENWOOD Music Play,
visit <www.kenwood.com/cs/ce/>.
Android (commercially available)
Playback operations
Playback information and key operation
USB cable (commercially available)
Preparation
• For playback information, see “Source control screen”
on page 8.
• For key operations on the touch panel, see “Common
operation keys on source control screen” on
page 8.
Installing KENWOOD Music Play
Selecting a track from the menu
Install the Android™ application, KENWOOD Music Play,
on your Android device beforehand.
• When a compatible Android device is connected,
“Press [VIEW] to install KENWOOD MUSIC PLAY
APP” is shown on the Android device. Follow the
instructions to install the application.
• You can also install the latest version of KENWOOD
Music Play on your Android device before
connecting.
1
Display the audio menu.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
Rear panel
2
Select a category (1), then select a
desired item (2).
Android
Connecting an Android device
This unit supports Android OS 4.1 and above.
• Some Android devices (with OS 4.1 and above) may
not fully support Android Open Accessory (AOA) 2.0.
• If the Android device supports both mass storage
class device and AOA 2.0, this unit always plays back
via AOA 2.0 as priority.
Playlists
Artist 1
Artist
Artist 2
Album
Artist 3
Songs
Artist 4
Genres
Artist 5
Start playback
1
Turn on KENWOOD Music Play on your
Android device.
2
Select “Android” as the source.
Select an item in each layer until you reach and
select the desired file.
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Android
iPod/iPhone
Settings for Android playback
Connecting an iPod/iPhone
1
Display the <Android MODE> screen.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
• For playable iPod/iPhone types and other
information, see page 60.
• You cannot watch video.
Bluetooth connection
Pair the iPod/iPhone with this unit via Bluetooth.
(Page 34)
Selecting the playback device via the
connection method
Wired connection
2
iPod/iPhone iPod/iPhone 30-pin
Lightning model connector model
(commercially available) (commercially available)
Make the settings.
See <Smartphone Setup> on page 46 for more
information.
Android MODE
Artwork
Android Setup
ON
<Artwork>
• ON (Initial): Shows the artworks of the playing
files.
• OFF: Hides the artworks of the playing files.
<Android Setup>
• BROWSE MODE (Initial): Controls from the unit
(using the KENWOOD Music Play application).
• HAND MODE: Controls other media player
applications from the Android device (without
using the KENWOOD Music Play application).
– You can play/pause or skip files from the unit.
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Playback operations
OFF
BROWSE MODE
Playback information and key operation
USB Audio cable
for iPod/iPhone:
KCA-iP103 (optional
accessory)
USB Audio cable
for iPod/iPhone:
KCA-iP102 (optional
accessory)
• For playback information, see “Source control screen”
on page 8.
• For key operations on the touch panel, see “Common
operation keys on source control screen” on
page 8.
Additional keys operations. Touching the operation
keys performs the following actions:
Rear panel
[
]
Switches the device on <Smartphone
Setup> screen. (Page 46)
Selecting an audio file from the menu
1
Display the audio menu.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
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iPod/iPhone
Radio
2
Listening to the radio
Select a category (1), then select a
desired item (2).
iPod
Playlists
Artist 000000001
Artist
Artist 000000002
Album
Artist 000000003
Songs
Artist 000000004
Podcasts
Artist 000000005
Playback information on the source control
screen
Radio
Touching the operation keys performs the following
actions:
6
Select an item in each layer until you reach and
select the desired file.
• Available categories differ depending on the type
of iPod/iPhone.
Settings for iPod/iPhone playback
1
Display the <iPod Mode> screen.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
2
Make the settings.
iPod Mode
Artwork
ON
Operation keys on source control screen
• The appearance of the operation keys may differ,
however the similar operation keys have the same
operations.
• See also “Common operation keys on source control
screen” on page 8.
OFF
<Artwork>
• ON (Initial): Shows the artworks of the playing
files.
• OFF: Hides the artworks of the playing files.
1 Selects the band (AM/FM1/FM2/FM3)
2 Text information
• Touching [<] scrolls the text if not all of the text
is shown.
• Touching [Radio Text] switches the information
between Radio Text, Radio Text Plus and PTY
code.
3 Current station frequency
4 Displays the preset stations window (Page 18)
5 [P1] – [P5]
• (Touch) Selects a preset station.
• (Hold) Presets the current station.
6 Displays/hides other available operation keys*
7 TI indicator
8 ST/MONO indicator
9 Seek mode indicator
p Operation keys*
[AME ]*
(Hold) Presets stations automatically.
[MONO]*
Activates monaural mode for better FM
reception (stereo effect will be lost).
• The MONO indicator lights up while
monaural mode is activated.
• To deactivate, touch [MONO] again.
[TI]*
(For FM RBDS features)
Activates TI standby reception mode.
• When TI is activated, the unit is ready
to switch to traffic information if
available. The TI indicator lights up in
white.
• If the TI indicator lights up in orange,
tune into another station providing
Radio Broadcast Data System signals.
• The volume adjustment for Traffic
Information is automatically
memorized. The next time the unit
switches to Traffic Information, the
volume is set to the memorized level.
• To deactivate, touch [TI] again.
* See the following “Operation keys on source control screen”.
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Radio
p
Presetting stations in the memory
[PTY]*
(For FM RBDS features)
Enters PTY search mode.
1 Touch [PTY].
2 Touch and hold a PTY code to search
for.
If there is a station broadcasting a
program of the same PTY code as you
have selected, that station is tuned in.
Changes the seek mode for [S]/[T].
• AUTO1 (Initial): Auto search
• AUTO2: Tunes in preset stations one
after another
• MANU: Manual search
[SEEK]
[S]/[T]
Searches for a station.
• The search method differs according
to the selected seek mode (see above).
You can preset five stations for each band.
Selecting a preset station
1
Automatic presetting — AME (Auto
Memory) (for FM only)
Select the band, then display the preset
station window.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
2
(Hold)
The local stations with the strongest signals are found
and stored automatically.
Select a preset station.
Radio
P1
Manual presetting
1
Tune in to a station you want to preset.
E.g. Preset station window for DDX395
* Appears only when FM is selected as the source.
2
To hide the window: Touch [ ].
Select a preset number to store into.
Radio
P1
(Hold)
E.g. Radio source control screen for DDX395
The station selected in step 1 is stored into the
preset number [P1] to [P5] you have selected.
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SiriusXM® Satellite Radio
Only SiriusXM® brings you more of what you love
to listen to, all in one place. Get over 140 channels,
including commercial-free music plus the best sports,
news, talk, comedy and entertainment. Welcome to
the world of satellite radio. A SiriusXM Connect Vehicle
Tuner and subscription are required.
For more information, visit <www.siriusxm.com>.
(Only for DDX395/DDX375BT/DDX25BT)
Activating subscription
1
Preparation
Connecting the SiriusXM Connect Vehicle
Tuner
2
Rear panel
The SiriusXM Satellite Radio ID is required
for activation and can be found by tuning to
Channel 0 as well as on the label found on the
SiriusXM Connect Vehicle Tuner and its packaging.
• The Radio ID does not include the letters I, O, S or
F.
5
Activate the subscription.
6
For users in the U.S.A:
• Online: Visit <www.siriusxm.com/activatenow>
• Phone: Call SiriusXM Listener Care at
1-866-635-2349
For users in Canada:
• Online: Visit <www.siriusxm.ca/activatexm>
• Phone: Call XM Customer Care at 1-877-438-9677
Perform this installation when you install the unit for
the first time.
Antenna
SiriusXM Connect Vehicle
Tuner (commercially
available)
Check your Radio ID.
3
1
2
3
4
7
Confirm the activation.
A confirmation message appears. Touch [Return].
Listening to the SiriusXM® Satellite Radio
Playback information on the source control
screen
8
9
p
q
Displays/hides other available operation keys*
Selects the band (SXM1/SXM2/SXM3/SXM4)
Channel number
Text information
• Touching [] scrolls the text if not all of the text
is shown.
• Touching [Song Title]/[Info]/[Category]
switches the information.
Displays the preset channel window
• To hide the window, touch [ ].
[P1] – [P5]
• (Touch) Selects a preset channel.
• (Hold) Presets the current channel.
Playback status and time code for the buffered data
and replay mode
• The time code shows you the point in the Replay
buffer you are listening to. (E.g. “–5:00” means
that you are listening to audio that is 5 minutes
behind the current broadcast.)
Replay time bar for replay mode
• Black: The remaining capacity
• Blue: The amount of buffered contents
Signal strength indicator
Seek mode indicator
Operation keys*
* See “Operation keys on source control screen” on page 20.
SiriusXM
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SiriusXM® Satellite Radio
Operation keys on source control screen
• See also “Common operation keys on source control
screen” on page 8.
Touching the operation keys performs the following
actions:
1
[MODE]
q
[
Displays the <Channel List> screen.
]
[IW]
Starts/pauses the content replay.
[CHJ]/[CHK]
Selects the channel.
• To select a channel, make sure
“SEEK1” is selected as the seek
mode.
• To select a preset channel, make
sure “SEEK2” is selected as the seek
mode.
Displays the <SiriusXM Mode>
screen.
[
]
(Hold) Registers the current artist to
the alert contents.
[
]
(Hold) Registers the current song to
the alert contents.
[
]
Activates or deactivates the content
alert for traffic and weather.
You can obtain information on channels or select a
channel to listen to.
[SEEK]
Changes the seek mode for [CHJ]/
[CHK].
• SEEK1 (Initial): Skips to another
available channel.
• SEEK2: Skips to another preset
channel.
1
[SCAN]
Starts TuneScan™.
2
[S]/[T]/
[Live]
Performs playback operations during
content replay.
]
Changes the page in the window to
display other operation keys.
[
20
• To list all the channels, touch [All Channels].
• Touch the info change key above the list
([Channel]/[Artist]/[Song Title]/[Info]) to
display other information in the following order:
Channel, Artist, Song Title, Content Info.
Presetting channels in the memory
You can preset five channels for each band.
1
Tune in to a channel you want to preset.
2
Select a preset number to store into.
Selecting a channel on the list
SiriusXM
P1
Display the <Channel List> screen.
100Ch
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
105Ch
110Ch
115Ch
(Hold)
120Ch
Select a category (1), and then select a
channel (2).
Channel List
The channel selected in step 1 is stored into the
preset number [P1] to [P5] you have selected.
Channel
All Channels
100Ch Channel Name
Category Name 1
105Ch Channel Name
Category Name 2
110Ch Channel Name
Category Name 3
115Ch Channel Name
Category Name 4
120Ch Channel Name
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Selecting a preset channel
1
Replaying content
Select the band, then display the preset
channel window.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
2
You can pause, rewind and replay the contents from
the currently tuned channel.
• The SiriusXM Connect Vehicle Tuner continually
buffers up to 60 minutes of audio.
• If you change to another channel during playback,
the buffered contents will be lost.
• The time code is updated every second.
1
Select a preset channel.
[IW]
Starts/pauses playback.
[S]/[T]
Skips the current track/segment.
• Touching [S] within 2 seconds
of the beginning of the current
track/segment returns to the
previous track.
• Touching [S] after 2 seconds or
more of the current track returns
to the beginning of the track.
Display the operation keys for replay.
(Hold) Reverses/forwards search.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
SiriusXM
[Live]
P1
Returns to the live position.
Channel Name
100Ch
105Ch
Channel Name
Channel Name
110Ch
2
Channel Name
115Ch
120Ch
Channel Name
SiriusXM
• You can also select a preset channel by touching
[P1]–[P5].
To hide the window: Touch [
3
Perform the replay operations.
].
Select “SEEK2” as the seek mode to jump
to the selected preset channel.
SiriusXM Satellite Radio features
SmartFavorites
User stored channels (P1 to P5) of the current band
are recognized as SmartFavorites channels. SiriusXM
Connect Vehicle Tuner automatically buffers their
broadcast content in the background. When you select
a SmartFavorite channel, you can rewind and replay up
to 30 minutes of any of the missed news, talk, sports or
music content.
• SmartFavorites is available only when you connect
an SXV200 or later SiriusXM Connect Vehicle Tuner.
• If you change to another band, the buffered content
is cleared and new channels in the current band will
start buffering.
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SiriusXM® Satellite Radio
When you select a SmartFavorites channel, you can
listen to the current song from the beginning.
1
Display the <SiriusXM Mode> screen.
For teams
Content Alert
TuneStart™
The unit informs you when receiving the content you
are interested in, such as music, information about a
sports team, weather and traffic information.
1
Display the <Alert Team Select> screen.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
Registering items for Contents Alert
Then, on the <SiriusXM Mode> screen, touch as
follows:
<Alert Team Select> : [Enter]
You can register your favorite artists, songs or teams.
Up to 50 contents can be registered.
2
Activate TuneStart™.
On <SiriusXM Mode> screen, touch as follows:
<TuneStart> : [ON]
For artists/songs
While listening to your favorite artist/song:
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
2
Select the league (1) and the team (2),
then register into the content alert (3).
Alert Team Select
To deactivate TuneStart: Touch [OFF] in step 2.
TuneScan™
You can get a short preview of the songs you have
missed on each of your SmartFavorites music channels
and the currently tuned music channel.
Activate TuneScan™ to start scanning the first 6
seconds of the recorded music contents.
(Hold)
Touching the operation keys performs the following
actions:
[
]
(Hold) Registers the artist of the current
song.
[
]
(Hold) Registers the current song.
League1
Team1
League2
Team2
League3
Team3
League4
Team4
League5
Team5
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
The unit starts scanning.
• To select the previous/next content, touch
[S] or [T].
• To end scanning and continue listening to the
current song/content, touch [SCAN] again.
• To exit scanning, touch and hold [SCAN].
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Selecting items for Content Alert
You can select items (artists/songs/teams) from the
registered items on the list to inform you once the unit
receives the information.
For artists/songs/teams
1
Display the <Content Alerts Contents Set>
screen.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
To delete the registered items: Touch and hold the
item you want to delete in step 2.
The [ ] icon and a check mark appear beside the
selected item. Touch the [ ] icon to delete.
Activating Content Alert
For artists/songs/teams
1
Display the <SiriusXM Mode> screen.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
To delete all registered contents: Touch and hold
[All Clear ] for <Content Alerts Contents Set> in
step 1.
For traffic and weather information
1
Display the <SiriusXM Mode> screen.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
2
Activate Content Alert.
On <SiriusXM Mode> screen, touch as follows:
<Content Alerts> : [ON]
To deactivate Content Alert: Touch [OFF] in step 2.
Then, on the <SiriusXM Mode> screen, touch as
follows:
<Content Alerts Contents Set> : [Set]
2
Select the category (1), then the item (2).
Content Alerts Contents Set
2
For traffic and weather information
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
Select the city you desire traffic and
weather information for.
SiriusXM Mode
Artist
000Ch Ch Name
Content Alerts
Title
000Ch Ch Name
Content Alerts Contents Set
Team
000Ch Ch Name
Alert Team Select
000Ch Ch Name
Traffic Weather Jump City Select
000Ch Ch Name
All Clear
Enter
Los Angeles
SiriusXM Reset
A check mark appears beside the selected item.
• To show the details of the item, touch [<].
OFF
ON
Set
Reset
• When a traffic and weather broadcast for the
selected city is received, the unit automatically
switches the channel.
To deactivate the Content Alert: Touch [
] again.
• When traffic and weather broadcast is received, the
unit automatically switches the channel.
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Switching to registered content
When an artist/song/team registered for Content Alert
is being broadcasted, an alert appears on the screen.
Setting reception restrictions
You can limit access to SiriusXM channels, such as
those with mature content.
Touch [Jump], then select the item to jump to on the
<Content Alerts> screen.
Content Alerts
Artist 1/ Channel Name
Artist 2/ Channel Name
Song 1/ Channel Name
Song 2/ Channel Name
Team 1/ Channel Name
Team 2/ Channel Name
3
Enter a new four-digit code, then touch
[Enter] to confirm.
4
Repeat step 3 above to confirm the new
code.
Setting or changing the parental code
Activating parental control
• The initial setting is “0000”.
• Changing the code does not change the
<Parental Lock>/<Parental Lock Channel
Selection> settings.
You can set the parental control feature to lock any
SiriusXM channels or automatically lock all channels
classified as “mature” by SiriusXM®.
1
1
Display the <Parental Code Check>
screen.
Display the <SiriusXM Mode> screen.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
• To show the details of the item, touch [<].
Then, on the <SiriusXM Mode> screen, touch as
follows:
<Parental Code> : [Change]
2
2
Enter the initial four-digit code (0000) (1),
and then touch [Enter] (2) to confirm.
Select the desired mode for <Parental
Control>.
[OFF]
Deactivates parental control.
[Mature]
Locks channels classified as “mature”
by SiriusXM®.
[User]
Locks selected channels.
Parental Code Check
****
Clear
Cancel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
3
Enter the parental code to confirm your
selection.
Enter
• To clear the last entry, touch [Clear].
• To cancel setting the code, touch [Cancel].
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Parental Lock channel selection
This option allows you to manually select the channels
to be locked by the parental control feature.
• You can only change the setting if
<Parental Control> is set to [User].
1
Display the <Parental Lock Channel
Selection> screen.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
To deactivate parental lock for all locked channels:
Select [All Clear] for <Parental Lock Channel
Selection> in step 1, then enter the parental code.
Skipping unwanted channels
If you do not want to receive some channels, you can
skip them.
1
Resetting the SiriusXM Satellite Radio
settings
You can reset all the SiriusXM settings you made and
restore the initial settings.
1
Display the <SiriusXM Mode> screen.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
Display the <Skip Channel Selection>
screen.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
2
Then, on the <SiriusXM Mode> screen, touch as
follows:
<Parental Lock Channel Selection> : [SET]
2
Enter the parental code.
The <Parental Lock Channel Selection> screen
appears.
3
Then, on the <SiriusXM Mode> screen, touch as
follows:
<Skip Channel Selection> : [SET]
2
Reset the setting.
On the <SiriusXM Mode> screen, touch and hold
as follows:
<SiriusXM Reset> : [Reset ]
Select a category (1), then a channel (2).
A check mark appears beside the selected channel.
Select a category (1), then a channel (2).
Skip Channel Selection
A check mark appears beside the selected channel.
Parental Lock Channel Selection
All Channels
100Ch Channel Name
Category Name 1
105Ch Channel Name
All Channels
100Ch Channel Name
Category Name 2
110Ch Channel Name
Category Name 1
105Ch Channel Name
Category Name 3
115Ch Channel Name
Category Name 2
110Ch Channel Name
Category Name 4
120Ch Channel Name
Category Name 3
115Ch Channel Name
Category Name 4
120Ch Channel Name
• To list all the channels, select [All Channels].
• To list all the channels, select [All Channels].
4
Repeat step 3 to set the parental lock on
multiple channels.
3
Repeat step 2 to skip multiple channels.
To clear the channel skipping for all skipped
channels: Touch and hold [All Clear ] for <Skip
Channel Selection> in step 1.
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Pandora®
(Only for DDX395/DDX375BT/DDX350BT/DDX25BT)
You can stream Pandora from iPhone/iPod touch or
Android devices.
• Pandora is only available in certain countries. For
more information, visit <www.pandora.com/legal>.
• Because Pandora is a third-party service, the
specifications are subject to change without
prior notice. Accordingly, compatibility may be
impaired or some or all of the services may become
unavailable.
• Some functions of Pandora cannot be operated from
this unit.
• For issues using the application, contact Pandora at
<pandora-support@pandora.com>.
Preparation
Installing the application
Your smartphone must has built in Bluetooth and the
following profiles must be supported:
• SPP (Serial Port Profile)
• A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
Establish an Internet connection using LTE, 3G, EDGE,
or WiFi.
Ensure you are logged in to your smartphone
application. If you do not have a Pandora account, you
can create one for free from your smartphone or at
<www.pandora.com>.
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Install the latest version of the Pandora application on
your smartphone.
• For Android devices: Search for “Pandora” in Google
play to find and install the most recent version.
• For iPhone/iPod touch: Search for “Pandora” in the
Apple iTunes App Store to find and install the most
recent version.
Playback operations
Playback information and key operation
Pandora
Connecting the device
For Android devices
Pair the Android device with this unit via Bluetooth.
(Page 34)
For iPhone/iPod touch
• Via USB input terminal: Connect iPhone/iPod touch
with the cable. (Page 16)
– For Lightning models: Use KCA-iP103 (optional
accessory).
– For 30-pin connector models: Use KCA-iP102
(optional accessory).
• Via Bluetooth: Pair the iPhone/iPod touch with this
unit. (Page 34)
Selecting the device
For selecting the playback device via the connection
method to use, see <Smartphone Setup> on
page 46.
You can also operate Pandora with optional remote
controller, KNA-RCDV331.
You can only control play, pause and skip with the
remote controller.
1 Displays/hides other available operation keys*
2 Picture data
3 Track information
• Touching [<] scrolls the text if not all of the text
is shown.
4 Operation keys*
5 Playing time/playback status
* See “Operation keys on source control screen” on page 27.
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Pandora®
Operation keys on source control screen
• The appearance of the operation keys may differ,
however the similar operation keys have the same
operations.
• See also “Common operation keys on source control
screen” on page 8.
Selecting a station from the list
1
3
Select a station from the list.
On the station list
Display the list selection screen.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
Pandora
Shuffle
By Date
Station Name
By Name
Station Name
Station Name
Touching the operation keys performs the following
actions:
Select the list type.
Station Name
Pandora
1
[
]
Adds the current artist to the station list.
[
]
Adds the current track to the station list.
[
]
Bookmarks the current track.
]
[
Switches the device on <Smartphone
Setup> screen. (Page 46)
4
]
Displays the list selection screen.
[
]
Thumbs down to the current track and
skips to the next track.
[
]
Registers the current track as a favorite.
[
Station Name
2
[IW]
Starts/pauses playback.
[T]
Skips the current track.
• Not available when the Pandora skip
reaches its limit.
[Station List] Selects from the station names.
• To play all the songs in the registered stations
randomly, touch [Shuffle].
• To sort the list in reverse chronological order,
touch [By Date].
• To sort the list in alphabetical order, touch [By
Name].
• The
indicator appears on the right of the
item when the station is shared.
[Genre List]
On the genre list
Station List
Genre List
Selects from the genres.
Pandora
Genre Name 1
Song Name 1
Genre Name 2
Song Name 2
Genre Name 3
Song Name 3
Genre Name 4
Song Name 4
Genre Name 5
Song Name 5
1 Select a genre.
2 Select a station.
The selected station is added to the station list.
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iHeartRadio
(Only for DDX395/DDX375BT/DDX350BT/DDX25BT)
iHeartRadio is a free, all-in-one digital radio service that
lets you listen to your favorite live stations or create
commercial-free, all-music custom stations featuring
songs from the artists you select and similar music.
You can stream iHeartRadio from iPhone/iPod touch or
Android devices.
• Because iHeartRadio is a third-party service, the
specifications are subject to change without
prior notice. Accordingly, compatibility may be
impaired or some or all of the services may become
unavailable.
• Some functions of iHeartRadio cannot be operated
from this unit.
• For issues using the application, contact iHeartRadio
at <http://www.iheart.com/>.
Preparation
Installing the application
Your smartphone must has built in Bluetooth and the
following profiles must be supported:
• SPP (Serial Port Profile)
• A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
Establish an Internet connection using LTE, 3G, EDGE,
or WiFi.
Ensure you are logged in to your smartphone
application. If you do not have a iHeartRadio account,
you can create one for free from your smartphone or at
<http://www.iheart.com/>.
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Install the latest version of the iHeartRadio application
on your smartphone.
• For Android devices: Search for “iHeartRadio for Auto”
in Google play to find and install the most recent
version.
• For iPhone/iPod touch: Search for “iHeartRadio for
Auto” in the Apple iTunes App Store to find and
install the most recent version.
Playback operations
Playback information and keys operation
iHeartRadio
Connecting the device
For Android devices
Pair the Android device with this unit via Bluetooth.
(Page 34)
For iPhone/iPod touch
• Via USB input terminal: Connect iPhone/iPod touch
with the cable. (Page 16)
– For Lightning models: Use KCA-iP103 (optional
accessory).
– For 30-pin connector models: Use KCA-iP102
(optional accessory).
• Via Bluetooth: Pair the iPhone/iPod touch with this
unit. (Page 34)
Selecting the device
For selecting the playback device via the connection
method to use, see <Smartphone Setup> on
page 46.
You can also operate iHeartRadio with optional remote
controller, KNA-RCDV331.
You can only control play, pause and skip with the
remote controller.
1 Displays/hides other available operation keys*
2 Picture data
3 Track information
• Touching [<] scrolls the text if not all of the text
is shown.
4 Operation keys*
5 Playback status
* See “Operation keys on source control screen” on page 29.
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iHeartRadio
Operation keys on source control screen
• The appearance of the operation keys may differ,
however the similar operation keys have the same
operations.
• See also “Common operation keys on source control
screen” on page 8.
*1 Appears only for the custom station screen.
*2 Appears only for the live station screen.
1
Selecting the variety level for your custom
station
1
Touching the operation keys performs the following
actions:
1
[
[
[
Creates a custom station from the
currently playing track content
information.
]
]
Saves the current station to the
<Favorites> list.
]*1
Displays the variety level selection
screen.
]
[
Switches the device on <Smartphone
Setup> screen. (Page 46)
4
[
]
Displays the <Station Search> screen
or the station list.
[
]
Dislikes the currently playing content.
[
]
Likes the currently playing content.
[Io]*2
Starts/stops playback.
[IW]*1
Starts/pauses playback.
[SCAN]*2
Scans stations randomly.
[T]*1
Skips the current track.
Searching for a station
Display the <Station Search> screen.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
Display the variety level selection screen.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
2
Select a station.
• The items displayed on the <Station Search>
screen differ depending on the information sent
from iHeartRadio.
2
Select the variety type.
Station Search
Favorites
Discovery Tuner
Familiar
Recent Stations
Less Familiar
Live Radio
Artist Radio
Podcasts
Mixed
• To return to the top layer, touch [ ].
• To return to the upper layer, touch [ ].
[Familiar]
Distributes well-known tracks.
[Mixed]
Distributes a mix of artists and
track names.
[Less Familiar] Distributes a wide variety of
tracks including lesser-known
ones.
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iHeartRadio
Editing the <Favorites> list
1
Display the <Station Edit> screen.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
Then, on the <Station Search> screen, touch as
follows:
2
Select stations (1), then delete the
selected stations (2).
• A check mark appears beside the selected station.
Spotify
With Spotify, your music is everywhere. Working out,
partying or relaxing, the right music is always at your
fingertips. There are millions of songs on Spotify—from
old favorites to the latest hits. Just choose the music
you love, or let Spotify surprise you.
You can stream Spotify from iPhone/iPod touch or
Android devices.
• Because Spotify is a third-party service, the
specifications are subject to change without
prior notice. Accordingly, compatibility may be
impaired or some or all of the services may become
unavailable.
• Some functions of Spotify cannot be operated from
this unit.
• For issues using the application, contact Spotify at
<www.spotify.com>.
Station Edit
Station 01
Station 02
Preparation
Station 03
Station 04
Station 05
Station 06
• To return to the top layer, touch [ ].
• To return to the upper layer, touch [ ].
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Installing the application
Your smartphone must has built in Bluetooth and the
following profiles must be supported:
• SPP (Serial Port Profile)
• A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
Establish an Internet connection using LTE, 3G, EDGE,
or WiFi.
Ensure you are logged in to your smartphone
application. If you do not have an Spotify account, you
can create one for free from your smartphone or at
<www.spotify.com>.
Install the latest version of the Spotify application on
your smartphone.
• For Android devices: Search for “Spotify” in Google
play to find and install the most recent version.
• For iPhone/iPod touch: Search for “Spotify” in the
Apple iTunes App Store to find and install the most
recent version.
Connecting the device
For Android devices
Pair the Android device with this unit via Bluetooth.
(Page 34)
For iPhone/iPod touch
• Via USB input terminal: Connect iPhone/iPod touch
with the cable. (Page 16)
– For Lightning models: Use KCA-iP103 (optional
accessory).
– For 30-pin connector models: Use KCA-iP102
(optional accessory).
• Via Bluetooth: Pair the iPhone/iPod touch with this
unit. (Page 34)
Selecting the device
For selecting the playback device via the connection
method to use, see <Smartphone Setup> on
page 46.
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Spotify
Playback operations
Playback information and key operation
Spotify
Operation keys on source control screen
• The appearance of the operation keys may differ,
however the similar operation keys have the same
operations.
• See also “Common operation keys on source control
screen” on page 8.
Touching the operation keys performs the following
actions:
1
You can also operate Spotify with a remote controller,
RC-DV340*1.
You can only control play, pause and skip with the
remote controller.
1 Displays/hides other available operation keys*2
2 Picture data
3 Track information
• Touching [<] scrolls the text if not all of the text
is shown.
• Touching [ ]/[ ] changes the displayed
information between artist ( ) and album ( ).
4 Operation keys*2
5 Playing time/playback status
6 Progress bar
[
]*3
Thumbs down to the current track and
skips to the next track.
[
]*3
Registers the current track as a favorite.
[
]*4 *5
Activates/deactivates the shuffle
playback mode.
[
]*4
Repeats all tracks/cancels the repeat
playback.
[
]*4 *5
Repeats the current track/cancels the
repeat playback.
Creates a new station.
]
[
Switches the device on <Smartphone
Setup> screen. (Page 46)
]
[
*1 For DDX395/DDX375BT/DDX350BT/DDX25BT: Purchase optional
remote controller, KNA-RCDV331.
*2 See “Operation keys on source control screen” above.
*3 Not available for tracks in a playlist.
*4 Not available for tracks in the Radio.
*5 Available only for premium account users.
Creating your station (Start Radio)
Start Radio is to start a radio channel based on the
currently played track.
Create your station.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
Station is created and playback starts automatically.
• You can personalize your station using thumb up
([ ]) or thumb down ([ ]).
– You cannot thumb up or down while playing tracks
in a playlist.
– Personalizing stations may not be available
depending on the track.
4
[
Displays the Spotify menu screen.
]
[ ]*5 [ ]
[
][
[
]
]
Selects a track.
Starts (I)/pauses (W) playback.
Saves the current track/artist to <Your
Music>.
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Spotify
Selecting a track
1
Display the Spotify menu screen.
Other External Components
AV-IN
Rear view camera
(Only for DDX418BT)
Connecting an external component
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
See page 57 for more information.
Install the rear view camera (separately purchased) in
the appropriate position according to the instructions
supplied with the rear view camera.
Connecting a rear view camera
Starting playback
2
Select the list type, then select a desired
item.
• The list types displayed differ depending on the
information sent from Spotify.
1
2
Select “AV-IN” as the source.
Turn on the connected component and
start playing the source.
Spotify
Changing the AV-IN name
Your Music
Browse
Radio
• To return to the top layer, touch [ ].
• To return to the upper layer, touch [ ].
You can change the AV-IN name displayed on the
source control screen.
• This setting does not affect the source name
displayed on the Home screen.
1
Display the <VIDEO Mode> screen.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
2
Select an AV-IN name
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Using the rear view camera
• For rear camera settings, see <Rear Camera> on
page 45.
To display the rear view camera screen
The rear view screen is displayed by shifting the gear
to the reverse (R) position when <Rear Camera
Interruption> is set to [ON]. (Page 45)
• A caution message appears on the screen. To
remove the caution message, touch the screen.
You can also display the picture from the rear view
camera manually without shifting the gear to the
reverse (R) position.
On the pop-up short-cut menu, touch as follows:
VIDEO Mode
AV-IN Name
See page 57 for more information.
• To use the rear view camera, a reverse lead (REVERSE)
connection is required. (Page 56)
VIDEO
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Other External Components
Operations while the camera screen is
displayed
To adjust the picture
Touch the area shown below.
Video menu control is shown. For details, see “Video
menu control operations” on page 12.
• To exit video menu control, touch the same area
again.
To display parking guide line
Set <Parking Guidelines> to [ON] (Page 45) or
touch the area shown below.
Using an external component via ADS
adapter—OEM Features
[Satellite
Radio]
Displays the control screen of the
satellite radio source provided for the
vehicle.
[Media
Player]
Displays the control screen of the
media player source provided for the
vehicle.
[TEL]
Displays the control screen of the
Bluetooth Hands Free function
provided for the vehicle.
[BT
Streaming]
Displays the control screen of the
Bluetooth streaming function
provided for the vehicle.
[Gauges]
Displays the information about the
instruments such as a speedometer.
[Climate]
Displays the information about the air
conditioner of the vehicle.
[Parking
Assist]
Displays the information about
the Parking Distance Sensor of the
vehicle.
[Vehicle Info]
Displays the information about the
tire pressures of the vehicle.
[Radar
Detector]
Displays the information about the
Radar Detector.
(Only for DDX395/DDX375BT)
By connecting this unit to the bus system of the
vehicle using iDataLink (commercially available), this
unit can access the satellite radio source provided for
the vehicle and vehicle information can be displayed
on this unit.
• Displayable screens, button names, and screen
names vary depending on the type of the connected
iDataLink and the model of the vehicle.
• For details, visit <www.idatalink.com/>.
Connecting an ADS adapter
See page 57 for more information.
Using an external component via an ADS
adapter
• For settings to use an ADS adapter, see page 45.
• To close the parking guidelines, touch the same area
again.
1
Select “OEM Features” as the source.
On the Home screen, touch as follows:
To exit the camera screen
Press HOME on the monitor panel or touch the area
shown below.
2
Turn on the connected component and
start playing the source.
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Bluetooth®
Information
Bluetooth is a short-range wireless radio
communication technology for mobile devices such as
mobile phones, portable PCs and other devices.
Bluetooth devices can be connected without cables
and communicate with each other.
Note
• While driving, do not perform complicated
operations such as dialing numbers, using the phone
book, etc. When you perform these operations, stop
your car in a safe place.
• Some Bluetooth devices may not connect to this unit
depending on the Bluetooth version of the device.
• This unit may not work for some Bluetooth devices.
• Connecting conditions may vary depending on your
environment.
• For some Bluetooth devices, the device is
disconnected when the unit is turned off.
• If your mobile phone supports PBAP (Phone Book
Access Profile), you can display the following items
on the touch panel when the mobile phone is
connected.
– Phone book
– Dialed calls, received calls, and missed calls (up to
10 entries in total)
Preparation
Connect and install the microphone beforehand. For
details, see page 56.
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Connection
When you connect a Bluetooth device to the unit for
the first time:
1 Register the device by pairing the unit and the
device.
2 Connect the device to the unit. (Page 35)
Registering a new Bluetooth device
Pairing allows Bluetooth devices to communicate with
each other.
• The pairing method differs depending on the
Bluetooth version of the device.
– For devices with Bluetooth 2.1:
You can pair the device and the unit using SSP
(Secure Simple Pairing) which only requires
confirmation.
– For devices with Bluetooth 2.0:
You need to enter a PIN code both on the device
and unit for pairing.
• Once the connection is established, it is registered in
the unit even if you reset the unit. Up to five devices
can be registered in total.
• Two devices for Bluetooth phone and one for
Bluetooth audio can be connected at a time.
However, when “BT Audio” is selected as the source,
you can connect up to five Bluetooth audio devices
and switch between these five devices.
• To use the Bluetooth function, you need to turn on
the Bluetooth function of the device.
Auto pairing
When <Auto Pairing> is set to [ON], Android or iOS
(such as iPhone) devices are automatically paired
when connected via USB. (Page 39)
Pairing a Bluetooth device using SSP (for
Bluetooth 2.1)
When the Bluetooth device is compatible with
Bluetooth 2.1, a pairing request is sent from the
available device.
1
Search for the unit (“DDX3eX”/“DDX3”/
“DDX4”) from your Bluetooth device.
2
Confirm the request both on the device
and the unit.
On the device:
On the unit:
To reject the request: Touch [Cancel].
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Bluetooth®
Pairing a Bluetooth device using a PIN code (for
Bluetooth 2.0)
1
• If a PIN code is required, enter “0000” (initial) or
new PIN code you have entered in step 2.
• When pairing is completed, the device is
registered on the <Paired Device List> screen.
Display the <PIN Code Set> screen.
On the Home screen, touch as follows:
Then, on the <Setup> screen, touch as follows:
[System] → <Bluetooth Setup> : [Enter]
On the <Bluetooth Setup> screen, touch as
follows:
<PIN Code> : [0000]
2
Connecting/disconnecting a registered
Bluetooth device
1
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Then, on the <Setup> screen, touch as follows:
[System] → <Bluetooth Setup> : [Enter]
Enter
On the <Bluetooth Setup> screen, touch as
follows:
<Paired Device List> : [Enter]
Clear
2
• To delete the last entry, touch [Clear].
• To delete the PIN code, touch and hold [Clear].
3
4
Search for the unit (“DDX3eX”/“DDX3”/
“DDX4”) from your Bluetooth device.
Select the unit (“DDX3eX”/“DDX3”/
“DDX4”) on your Bluetooth device.
ON
OFF
Connect Ready
ON
OFF
Connect the selected device.
Paired Device List
0000
4
Connected
Select [ON] (to connect) or [OFF] (to disconnect).
: Mobile phone
: Audio device
Display the <Paired Device List> screen.
On the Home screen, touch as follows:
PIN Code Set
3
BT Connection Settings
Note
• The PIN code is initially set to “0000”.
• The maximum number of digits in the PIN code is 15.
If you wish to skip changing the PIN code, go to
step 3.
2
Select the device (1) to connect, then
return to the <Paired Device List> (2).
Device Name
Change the PIN code.
1
3
Select the device (1) you want to connect,
then select [Connection] (2).
Paired Device List
Device Name 1
Device Name 2
Device Name 3
OK
Device Name 4
Connection
Device Name 5
Remove
Device Name 1
Device Name 2
Device Name 3
OK
Device Name 4
Connection
Device Name 5
Remove
• The status is shown as follows:
– <Connecting>: Connection is in progress.
– <Connected>: A connection has been established.
– <Connect Ready>: A connection can be
established.
– <Disconnecting>: Disconnection is in progress.
– <Disconnected>: No connection is established.
• When a Bluetooth mobile phone is connected, the
signal strength and battery level are displayed when
the information is acquired from the device.
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Bluetooth®
To delete the registered device: Perform step 1,
select the device you want to delete in step 2, then
touch [Remove].
• A confirmation message appears. Touch [Yes].
During a call...
1
Device Name 1
Bluetooth mobile phone
1
Device Name 1
DTMF
Name
1234XXXXXX
Touching the operation keys performs the following
actions:
+
EC LEVEL
–
0
+
MIC LEVEL –
0
+
Ends a call.
]
]/
]
[DTMF]
Answers a call.
]
[
0
2
[
[
]
–
Touching the operation keys performs the following
actions:
[
Rejects a call.
• Call information is displayed if acquired.
• Phone operation is not available while the picture
from the rear view camera is displayed.
Display the phone control screen.
On the Home screen, touch as follows:
NR LEVEL
2
Device Name 2
Incoming Call
[
1
Name
1234XXXXXX
Talking...
When a call comes in...
Making a call
2
Device Name 2
Switches between handsfree mode and
phone mode.
Enters DTMF (Dual Tone Multi
Frequency), then sends text using the
keypad.
NR LEVEL
[–] / [+]
Adjusts the noise reduction level.
(–5 to 5, initial 0)
EC LEVEL
[–] / [+]
Adjusts the echo volume level.
(–5 to 5, initial 0)
MIC LEVEL
[–] / [+]
Adjusts the volume level of the
microphone. (–10 to 10, initial –4)
Select a method to make a call.
1
Device Name 1
2
Device Name 2
X
1234XXXXXX
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*
0/+
#
1 From the call history* (missed calls/received
calls/dialed calls)
2 From the phone book*
3 From the preset list (Page 38)
4 Use direct number entry
5 Use voice dialling
* Applicable only for mobile phone compatible with PBAP (Phone
Book Access Profile).
• Press + / – buttons on the monitor panel to adjust
the volume of the call or earpiece.
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Bluetooth®
3
Select a contact (1), then make a call (2).
When item 4 is selected in step 2:
When item 1, 2 or 3 is selected in step 2:
Enter the phone number (1), then make a
call (2).
1
Device Name 1
2
Device Name 2
Name 1
1234XXXXXX
Name 2
2345XXXXXX
Name 3
3456XXXXXX
Name 4
4567XXXXXX
Name 5
8901XXXXXX
1
Device Name 1
2
Device Name 2
On the phone control screen:
X
1234XXXXXX
A-Z
To use alphabet search in the phone book
1 Touch [ A-Z ].
2 Touch the first letter you want to search for on
the keypad.
To search for a number, touch [1,2,3...].
3 Select a contact you want call from the list.
To display other phone numbers in the same
contact
You can store up to 10 phone numbers per
contact.
1 Touch [ ].
2 Select a contact you want call from the list.
Switching between two connected devices
You can change the device to use when 2 devices are
connected.
1
Device Name 1
2
Device Name 2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
2
3
*
0/+
#
4
5
6
7
8
9
*
0/+
#
• To enter “+”, touch and hold [0/+].
• To delete the last entry, touch [ X ].
X
1234XXXXXX
The active device is highlighted.
When item 5 is selected in step 2:
Say the name of the person you want to
call.
• Available only when the connected mobile
phone has a voice recognition system.
• If the unit cannot find the target, “Please speak
into the microphone” appears. Touch [Start],
then say the name again.
• To cancel voice dialling, touch [Cancel].
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Bluetooth®
Bluetooth audio player
Presetting phone numbers
You can preset up to five phone numbers.
1
Display the phone control screen.
On the Home screen, touch as follows:
2
When “BT Audio” is selected as the source, you can
connect up to five Bluetooth audio devices at the
same time. You can easily switch between these five
devices by playing music from the device.
Select call history or phone book calling
method (1), then select a contact (2) to
preset.
1
Device Name 1
* Available only for devices compatible with AVRCP 1.3.
2
Device Name 2
Name 1
1234XXXXXX
Name 2
2345XXXXXX
Name 3
3456XXXXXX
Name 4
4567XXXXXX
Name 5
8901XXXXXX
3
KENWOOD Music Mix
Playback information and key operation
• For playback information, see “Source control screen”
on page 8.
• For key operations on the touch panel, see “Common
operation keys on source control screen” on
page 8.
A-Z
BT Audio
Select a preset number to store into.
1
Device Name 1
1 Tag data* (current track title/artist name/album
title)
• Pressing [<] scrolls the text if not all of the text is
shown.
2 Signal strength and battery level
(Appear only when the information is acquired
from the device.)
3 Playing time*/playback status*
4 Connected device name
• Touching the device name switches to another
connected Bluetooth audio device.
2
Device Name 2
Additional keys operations. Touching the operation
keys performs the following actions:
[
1234XXXXXX
]
Displays <Bluetooth Setup> screen.
2345XXXXXX
3456XXXXXX
No preset
No preset
(Hold)
To delete the contact in the preset number: Touch
[ ] besides the contact on the preset list.
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Bluetooth®
Selecting an audio file from the menu
1
Display the audio menu.
On the source control screen, touch as follows:
Bluetooth settings
You can change various settings for using Bluetooth
devices on the <Bluetooth Setup> screen.
1
Display the <Bluetooth Setup> screen.
On the Home screen, touch as follows:
2
Select a category (1), then select a
desired item (2).
Then, on the <Setup> screen, touch as follows:
[System] → <Bluetooth Setup> : [Enter]
BT Audio
Playlists
Artist
Album
Songs
Genre
2
Make the settings.
Bluetooth Setup
Paired Device List
PIN Code
Device Name
Device Address
BT Audio
Enter
0000
DDX3eX
01:20:03:40:05:60:07
ON
Auto Connect
Bluetooth HF/Audio Front Only
OFF
All
Artist 1
Artist 2
Artist 3
Artist 4
Artist 5
Select an item in each layer until you reach and
select the desired file.
<Paired Device List>
Display the list of registered devices. You can
connect a device or delete registered devices.
<PIN Code>
Change the PIN code of the unit.
<Device Name>
Show the device name of this unit to
be shown on the Bluetooth device —
“DDX3eX”/“DDX3”/“DDX4”.
<Auto Connect>
• ON (Initial): Automatically establishes a
connection with the last connected Bluetooth
device when the unit is turned on.
• OFF: Cancels.
<Bluetooth HF/Audio>
Select the speakers used for Bluetooth mobile
phones and Bluetooth audio players.
• Front Only: Front speakers only.
• All (Initial): All speakers.
<Auto Response>
• ON: The unit answers the incoming calls
automatically in 5 seconds.
• OFF (Initial): The unit does not answer the calls
automatically. Answer the calls manually.
<Auto Pairing>
• ON (Initial): Establishes pairing automatically
with the Android or iOS device (such as iPhone)
connected via USB. (Auto pairing may not work
for some devices depending on the Android/iOS
version.)
• OFF: Cancels.
<Initialize>
Touch and hold [Enter] to reset all settings you
have made for using Bluetooth mobile phones and
Bluetooth audio players.
<Device Address>
Show the device address of the unit.
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Settings
<Equalizer>
Audio settings
Display the <Audio> screen.
On the Home screen, touch as follows:
Then, on the <Setup> screen, touch [Audio].
Setup
Audio
Equalizer
Enter
Display
Sound Effect
Enter
Input
Fader / Balance
System Speaker / X’over
Time Alignment
Enter
Enter
Enter
E.g. Audio settings screen for DDX395
You cannot change the <Audio> screen in the
following situations:
• When the AV source is turned off.
• When the Bluetooth phone is used (making or
receiving a call, during a call, or while voice dialling).
Store your own sound adjustments
The following adjustments are memorized for each
source until you adjust the sound again. If the source
is a disc, the adjustments are stored for each of the
following categories.
• DVD/VCD
• CD
• DivX*1/MPEG1/MPEG2/MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC/FLAC
You cannot adjust the sound when the unit is in
standby.
1
2
Equalizer
[dB]
+9
+7
+5
+3
0
-3
-5
-7
-9
62.5
[dB]
+9
+7
+5
+3
0
-3
-5
-7
-9
62.5
Q factor
100
160
Bass EXT
SW LEVEL
250
400
630
ON
1k
OFF
0
1.6k
2.5k
4k
6.3k
Q factor
160
250
400
630
ON
1k
OFF
0
1.6k
2.5k
4k
6.3k
1.5
10k
16k [Hz]
EQ INT
ALL SRC
Adjust the sound as follows:
<Q factor>
Adjusts the width of the frequency.
• 1.35/1.5 (Initial)/2.0
1.5
10k
100
SW LEVEL
SRC Name
Natural
SRC Name
Natural
Bass EXT
Selecting a preset sound mode
Preset
Select a band (1) and adjust the level (2),
then adjust the sound (3).
Preset
Select a preset sound mode on the <Equalizer>
screen.
• Natural (Initial)/Rock/Pops/Easy/Top40/Jazz/
Powerful/User
Equalizer
Select a preset sound mode.
<Bass EXT>
Activates/deactivates bass.
• ON/OFF (Initial)
16k [Hz]
EQ INT
<SW LEVEL>
Adjusts the subwoofer level.*2
• –50 to +10 (Initial: 0)
ALL SRC
• To apply the adjusted equalizer to all playback
sources, touch [ALL SRC], then touch [OK] to
confirm.
• To clear the adjustment, touch [EQ INIT].
3
Repeat step 2 to adjust the level of other
bands.
*1 Only for DDX418BT.
*2 Not adjustable when <None> is selected for subwoofer on the
<Speaker Select> screen. (Page 41)
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Settings
<Sound Effect>
Adjust the sound effect.
<Loudness>
Adjusts loudness.
• OFF (Initial)/Low/High
<Bass Boost>
Selects the bass boost level.
• OFF (Initial)/Level 1/Level 2/Level 3/Level 4/
Level 5
<Drive Equalizer>
Reduces the driving noise by raising the bandwidth.
• OFF (Initial)/ON
<Space Enhancer>*1
Virtually enhances the sound space using the Digital
Signal Processor (DSP) system. Select the enhance
level.
• OFF (Initial)/Small/Medium/Large
<Supreme>*2
Restores the sound lost due to audio compression to a
realistic sound.
• OFF/ON (Initial)
*1 You cannot change the setting when “Radio” is selected as the
source.
*2 This function works only when “DISC”/ “USB”/ “iPod”/
“Android™” is selected as the source.
<Fader/Balance>
Touch [J]/[K]/[H]/[I] or drag the
<Speaker/X’over>
Setting the speakers and crossover
frequency
1
Select a car type (1), select the location
of the speakers (2), then display the
<Speaker Select> screen (3).
2
Select the speaker type (1), select the size
of the selected speaker (2), then display
the <X’over> screen (3).
mark to adjust.
<Fader>
Adjusts the front and rear speaker output balance.
When using a two-speaker system, set the fader to the
center (0).
• F15 to R15 (Initial: 0)
<Balance>
Adjusts the left and right speaker output balance.
• L15 to R15 (Initial: 0)
To clear the adjustment: Touch [Center].
<Realizer>
Virtually makes the sound more realistic using the
Digital Signal Processor (DSP) system. Select the sound
level.
• OFF (Initial)/Level 1/Level 2/Level 3
<Stage EQ>
Moves the center of the sound to the lower or higher
point. Select the height.
• OFF (Initial)/Low/Middle/High
• If a speaker is not connected, select <None>.
• When setting the front speakers, also select the
speaker size for <Tweeter>.
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Settings
3
Adjust the crossover frequency of the
selected speaker.
• Adjustable items vary depending on the selected
speaker type/speaker size/crossover settings.
<TW Gain (L)>/<TW Gain (R)>
Adjusts the output volume of the tweeter (left/
right).
<TW FREQ>
Adjusts the crossover frequency for the tweeter.
<Time Alignment>
Make fine adjustments to the delay time of the speaker
output to create a more suitable environment for your
car.
Select the listening position (1), select
[Distance] or [Gain](2) to make an
adjustment , then adjust each speaker
setting (3).
<Gain>
Adjusts the output volume of the selected speaker.
<HPF FREQ>
Adjusts the crossover frequency for the front or rear
speakers (high pass filter).
<LPF FREQ>
Adjusts the crossover frequency for the speaker
(low pass filter).
<Slope>
Adjusts the crossover slope.
<Phase>
Selects the phase for the speaker.
1 Select from <All>, <Front L>, <Front R> or
<Front All>.
2 Select an item to adjust.
[Distance]
Adjusts the digital time alignment
value.
[Gain]
Adjusts the output volume of the
selected speaker.
3 To determine the adjustment value, see the
following “Determining the value for <Position
DTA> adjustment”.
Determining the value for <Position DTA>
adjustment
If you specify the distance from the center of the
currently set listening position to every speaker, the
delay time will be automatically computed and set.
1 Determine the center of the currently set
listening position as the reference point.
2 Measure the distances from the reference point
to the speakers.
3 Calculate the differences between the distance of
the furthest speaker and other speakers.
4 Set the DTA value calculated in step 3 for
individual speakers.
5 Adjust gain for individual speakers.
E.g. When <Front All> is selected as the listening
position
+3.5 ft
1.4 ft
2.45 ft
4.9 ft
+2.45 ft
To initialize the setting value: Touch [Initialize].
+0 ft
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Settings
<Volume Offset>
<Dimmer>
Adjust and store the auto-adjustment volume level for
each source. If the source is a disc, the adjustment is
stored for each of the following categories:
• DVD/VCD
• CD
• DivX*/MPEG1/MPEG2/MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC/FLAC
The volume level will automatically increase or
decrease when you change the source.
• –15 to +6 (Initial: 00)
• Auto (Initial): Dims the screen and button
illumination when you turn on the headlights.
– The ILLUMI lead connection is required.
(Page 56)
• ON: Activates dimmer.
• OFF: Deactivates dimmer.
* Only for DDX418BT.
Display settings
Display the <Display> screen.
On the Home screen, touch as follows:
Only for DDX395/DDX375BT/DDX418BT:
<Panel Color>: Change the illumination color of the
buttons on the monitor panel.
Scan
<User Customize>
You can change the display design. While playing a
video or picture, you can capture an image and use
the captured image as a background.
• You cannot capture copyrighted content and images
from iPod/iPhone.
• When using a JPEG file as the background, make sure
that the resolution is 800 x 480 pixels.
• The color of the captured image may look different
from that of the actual scene.
• You can also adjust the illumination color yourself.
Touch [Edit] to display the illumination color
adjustment screen, then select the dimmer setting
and adjust the color. The adjustment is saved in
[User].
• Selecting [Scan] changes the illumination color
gradually.
Storing your own scene for the background
image
<Background>: Change the background design.
Then, on the <Setup> screen, touch [Display].
Setup
Audio
Dimmer
Auto
Display
User Customize
Enter
Input
OSD Clock
System Demonstration
Scroll
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON Once OFF
1
While playing a video or picture, display
the <User Customize> screen.
On the <Display> screen, touch as follows:
<User Customize>: [Enter]
2
Display the background design selection
screen, then touch [
Capture].
E.g. Display settings screen for DDX395
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Settings
3
Adjust the image (1), then capture the
image (2).
Capture
Cancel
E.g. Image adjustment screen for DDX395
[J][K][H][I] Moves the zooming frame.
[
]
[IW]*
[
]*
Magnifies the scene.
• <OFF>/<Zoom1>/<Zoom2>/
<Zoom3>
Starts/pauses playback.
Advances scenes frame by frame.
A confirmation message appears. Touch [Yes]
to store the newly captured image. (The existing
image is replaced with the new one.)
• To return to the previous screen, touch [No].
• To cancel the capture, touch [Cancel].
* Not displayed when playing an external component connected to
the AV-IN input terminal (for DDX418BT only).
<OSD Clock>
<Demonstration>
<Screen Adjustment>
• ON (Initial): Activates the display demonstration.
• OFF: Deactivates the display demonstration.
Adjust the brightness and blackness of the screen.
Select [DIM ON] (dimmer on) or [DIM OFF] (dimmer
off), then change the following settings:
<Scroll>
<Bright>
Adjusts brightness.
• –15 to +15 (Initial: 0 for dimmer on, +15 for dimmer
off)
• ON (Initial): Scrolls the displayed information
repeatedly.
• Once: Scrolls the displayed information once.
• OFF: Cancels.
Touching [<] scrolls the text regardless of this setting.
<Black>
Adjusts blackness.
• –10 to +10 (Initial: 0)
<Home Customize>
Arrange the items to display on the Home screen.
Select an item (1) to replace, then select the
item (2) you want to display in the selected
position.
Repeat this step to place icons for other items.
• Only selectable sources are shown.
Select the color system of the external monitor.
• NTSC (Initial)/PAL
“Please Power Off” appears when the setting is
changed. Turn off the power, then turn on to enable
the change.
<Viewing Angle>
Pandora
HOME
Customize
<Video Output>
Select the viewing angle in relation to the monitor
panel to make the panel easier to see.
• Under 0° (Initial)/5°/10°/15°/20°
iPod
TEL
R di
Radio
E.g. Home customize screen for DDX395
• ON: Displays the clock while a video source is
playing.
• OFF (Initial): Cancels.
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Settings
Input settings
Display the <Input> screen.
On the Home screen, touch as follows:
<Guidelines Setup>
Adjust the parking guidelines according to the size of
the car, parking space and so on.
When adjusting the parking guidelines, make sure to
use the parking brake to prevent the car from moving.
Select the
mark (1), then adjust the position of the
selected
mark (2).
Then, on the <Setup> screen, touch [Input].
Rear Camera
Enter
Display
Parking Assist
Enter
System settings
Display the <System> screen.
On the Home screen, touch as follows:
Setup
Audio
<Parking Assist Position>
Select where information about obstacles is displayed
on the screen.
• Left/Right (Initial)
Input
System
E.g. Input settings screen for DDX395
<Rear Camera>
Configure the rear view camera settings.
<Rear Camera Interruption>
• ON: Displays the picture from the rear view camera
when you shift the gear to the reverse (R) position.
– A caution message appears on the screen. To
remove the caution message, touch the screen.
• OFF (Initial): Select this when no camera is
connected.
<Parking Guidelines>
• ON (Initial): Displays the parking guidelines.
• OFF: Hides the parking guidelines.
Then, on the <Setup> screen, touch [System].
Initialize
Make sure that A and B are horizontally parallel, and
that C and D are the same length.
• Touch and hold [Initialize ] for 2 seconds to set all
the marks to the initial default position.
<Parking Assist>
Setup
Audio
Language
Display
Clock
Input
Smartphone Setup
System Bluetooth Setup
Maestro Setup
English
Enter
Enter
Enter
Enter
E.g. System settings screen for DDX395
(Only for DDX395/DDX375BT)
<Language>
Configure settings for using the ADS adapter.
Select the text language used for on-screen
information. For details, see “Initial settings” on
page 5.
<Parking Assist Display>
When an ADS adapter is connected, you can display
information about obstacles around the car.
• ON: Always displays information.
• Dyn. (Initial): Displays information when the sensor
detects obstacles.
• OFF: Cancels.
<Clock>
Set the clock. For details, see “Clock settings” on
page 6.
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Settings
<Smartphone Setup>
[USB 1 Wire]
Select this when the device is
connected via the USB input
terminal (cable from the rear
panel).
Specify the connection method of Android/iPod/
iPhone.
1
Select the device type (1), then touch
[Change] (2).
[Bluetooth]
Select this when the device is
connected via Bluetooth. (Go to
step 3.)
Smartphone Setup
Initial Information
Device Type
iPod / iPhone
Connection Type
Bluetooth
Device Name
Device Name
If [Android/Other] is selected in step 1:
Smartphone Setup
2
Android / Other
Change
<OEM Setup>
(Only for DDX395/DDX375BT)
Get information, and change the settings for using the
ADS adapter.
<Beep>
Next
Select the connection method (1), then
confirm the selection ([OK] or [Next]) (2).
The <Paired Device List> screen appears. Go to
step 3.
Smartphone Setup
USB 1 Wire
3
Bluetooth
OK
• ON (Initial): Activates the key-touch tone.
• OFF: Deactivates the key-touch tone.
<SETUP Memory>
If [iPod/iPhone] is selected in step 1:
When selecting [Bluetooth] as the
connection method: Select the device (1),
then press [OK] (2) to connect.
• If the device is already connected, skip step 1.
Paired Device List
Device Name 1
Device Name 2
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Configure settings for using a Bluetooth device, such
as connection and other general operations. For
details, see “Bluetooth settings” on page 39.
Bluetooth
Device Type Select
iPod / iPhone
<Bluetooth Setup>
Device Name 3
OK
Device Name 4
Connection
Device Name 5
Remove
Memorize, recall, or clear the settings you have made.
• The memorized settings are kept even when the unit
is reset.
Touch [Yes] to display the setting screen, then select
an operation:
• Recall: Recalls the memorized settings.
• Memory: Memorizes the current settings.
• Clear: Clears the currently memorized settings.
• Cancel: Cancels.
A confirmation message appears. Touch [Yes].
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<DivX(R) VOD>
<Touch Panel Adjust>
(Only for DDX418BT)
Adjust the touch positions of the buttons on the
screen.
This unit has its own Registration Code. Once you
have played back a file with the Registration Code
recorded, this unit’s Registration Code is overwritten
for copyright protection.
• Touch [Enter] to display the information.
• To return to the previous screen, touch [OK].
2
Press and hold a button on the steering
remote controller to register or change.
3
Select a function to assign to the selected
button.
Touch the center of the marks at the upper left (1),
the lower center (2), then the upper right (3) as
instructed.
Sterring Remote Control Setting
Please select the function to assign to the button.
VOL
Touch Panel Adjust
VOL
ATT
Done
<Security Code>
SRC
(Only for DDX418BT)
Register the security code for the unit. (Page 6)
<SI>
Activate or deactivate the security function.
(Page 6)
Cancel
Reset
• To reset the touch position, touch [Reset].
• To cancel the current operation, touch [Cancel].
<Steering Remote Control Setting>
<Serial Number>
(Only for DDX418BT)
(Only for DDX395/DDX375BT/DDX25BT)
Assign functions to the keys of the remote controller
on the steering wheel.
• This function is available only when your car is
equipped with the electrical steering remote
controller.
• You can only register/change the functions while
you are parked.
• If your steering remote controller is not compatible,
learning may not be completed and an error
message may appear.
Displays the serial number.
1
Touch [Set] for <Steering Remote Control
Setting> to display the setting screen.
4
Repeat steps 2 and 3 to register other
buttons.
5
Touch [Done] to finish procedure.
• The unit can register/change all of the buttons’
functions at the same time. To do this, press all
buttons in turn and after pressing all of them, touch
[Done] on the <Steering Remote Control Setting>
screen. However, new functions cannot be learned
after this operation.
• When changing the functions already learned, touch
the assigned function you want to change in step 3
and then touch to select the new function from the
function list.
• Confirm the contents of the settable functions in the
function list. You cannot edit the function list.
To initialize the setting: Touch [Initialize] for
<Steering Remote Control Setting>.
• A confirmation message appears. Touch [Yes].
– To cancel the initialization, touch [No].
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Settings
<System Information>
Update the system by connecting a USB device
containing an update file.
• To obtain the update file, visit
<www.kenwood.com/cs/ce/>.
Connect a USB device with the update file to the unit.
Remote Controller
• For DDX418BT: This unit can be operated using the
remote controller (RC-DV340) supplied with this unit.
• For DDX395/DDX375BT/DDX350BT/DDX25BT:
Optional remote controller KNA-RCDV331 is
designed for controlling this unit. Refer to the
instruction manual that comes with the remote
controller.
Remote sensor*
<Application Version>
Updates the system application.
<System Version>
Updates the system.
<DVD Version>
Updates the DVD system application.
* DO NOT expose the remote sensor to bright
light (direct sunlight or artificial lighting).
CAUTION
• Put the Remote Controller in a place where it will
not move during braking or other operations. A
dangerous situation could result if the Remote
Controller falls down and gets wedged under the
pedals while driving.
• Do not leave the battery near fire or under direct
sunlight. A fire, explosion or excessive heat
generation may result.
• Do not recharge, short, break up or heat the battery,
or place it in an open fire. Such actions may cause
the battery to leak fluid. If spilled fluid comes in
contact with your eyes or clothing, immediately rinse
with water and consult a physician.
• Place the battery out of reach of children. In the
unlikely event that a child swallows the battery,
immediately consult a physician.
The system update starts. It may take a while.
If the update has been completed successfully,
“Update Completed” appears, then reset the unit.
• Do not disconnect the USB device while updating.
• If the update has failed, turn the power off and then
on, and retry the update.
• Even if you have turned off the power during the
update, you can restart the update after the power
is turned on. The update will be performed from the
beginning.
RC-DV340
<Open Source Licenses>
Shows the Open Source Licenses.
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Remote Controller
Preparation
Battery installation
Use two “AAA”/“R03”-size
batteries.
Insert the batteries with the +
and – poles aligned properly,
following the illustration inside
the case.
• Always insert batteries from
– poles to avoid bending the
springs.
• If the Remote Controller
operates only over shorter distances or does not
operate at all, it is possible that the batteries are
depleted. In such instances, replace both batteries
with new ones.
Basic operations for RC-DV340 (supplied)
Remote Controller mode switch
The functions operated from the remote controller
differ depending on the position of the mode switch.
SRC
• Selects the source.
• Hangs up the incoming/current call.
t
DVD t
J/K VOL
Adjusts the volume level.
TV t
t
NAV
ATT
Attenuates/restores the sound.
DISP/V.SEL
Switches to the current source control
screen.
ENTER
Enters options.
AUD
AUDt
DVDt
T Vt
Common operations (AUD mode)
• AUD mode: Switch to this mode when controlling a
selected source or tuner source, etc.
• DVD mode: Switch to this mode when playing DVDs
or CDs etc. with the player integrated in this unit.
• TV mode: Not used.
• NAV mode: Not used.
• The position of the remote control mode switch is
indicated in the title of each mode, e.g., “AUD mode”.
• When controlling a player that is not integrated in
the unit, select “AUD” mode.
Answers incoming calls.
FNC/PBC/
MENU
Switches the control screen.
MODE/TOP
MENU
Changes the aspect ratio.
• The aspect ratio changes each time
you press this key.
OPEN
Not used for this unit.
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Remote Controller
DVD/VCD (DVD mode)
J/K/H/I
Moves the cursor when displaying a
menu.
S/T
Selects a track.
I/W
Starts/pauses playback.
o
Stops and memorizes the point
where the disc stops.
0–9
• Specifies the number to search for
in direct search.
• 1/2: Fast forwards/backwards.
– Fast forward/backward speed
changes each time you press this
key.
• 4/5: Slow forwards/backwards
during pause.
iPod/Android (AUD mode)
S/T
Selects music/videos.
I/W
Starts/pauses playback.
Music Disc/Audio file/Video file/Picture file
(AUD mode)
USB (AUD mode)
Selects a folder.
AM –/FM +
Selects a folder.
S/T
Selects a track/file.
S/T
Selects a file.
I/W
Starts/pauses playback.
I/W
Starts/pauses playback.
0–9
Specifies the number to search for in
direct search.
DIRECT
Enters direct search mode.
AM –/FM +
Searching for an item directly
Selects the band.
S/T
Searches for stations.*2
1
Changes the subtitle language.
I/W
Changes the zoom ratio.
• The zoom ratio changes each time
you press this key.
Changes the seek mode (AUTO1,
AUTO2, MANU).
0–9
• Specifies preset number. (1-5)
• Specifies the frequency of the
station to receive to search for in
direct search.
DIRECT
Enters direct search mode.
FNC/PBC/
MENU
Shows the disc menu.
SUBTITLE
ZOOM
50
Deletes a character while in direct
search mode.
AM –/FM +
Shows the disc top menu.
AUDIO
Enters direct search mode.
CLEAR
While listening to the radio or during disc playback,
you can search for a station frequency/chapter/title/
folder/file/track directly using the number buttons.
• To search for a track from the VCD menu, perform
during PBC playback.
MODE/TOP
MENU
ANGLE
DIRECT
Changes the picture angle.
• The picture angle changes each
time you press this key.
Changes the voice language.
• The voice language changes each
time you press this key.
Radio/SiriusXM*1 (AUD mode)
*1 Only for DDX395/DDX375BT/DDX25BT.
*2 The search method differs according to the selected seek mode.
Press DIRECT to enter the search mode.
• Each time you press DIRECT, the item to search
for changes.
2
Press a number button to select a desired
item (station frequency/chapter/title/
folder/file/track).
• To erase a misentry, press CLEAR.
3
Confirm the selection.
• For station frequency: Press S/T.
• For others: Press ENTER.
To exit the search mode: Press DIRECT.
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Remote Controller
Basic operations for KNA-RCDV331
(optionally purchased)
MAP DIR/OPEN
Not used for this unit.
NAV/DISP
Not used for this unit.
ZOOM OUT/IN
Not used for this unit.
2 ZONE
Not used for this unit.
R.VOL
Not used for this unit.
* Available only when the AUD mode is selected.
DVD/VCD (DVD mode)
Common operations (AUD/DVD mode)
SRC*
• Selects the source.
• Hangs up the incoming/current
call.
VOL J/K
Adjusts the volume level.
ATT
Attenuates/restores the sound.
VOICE/FNC/
MENU/PBC*
For discs/USB/iPod: Switches to the
current source control screen.
ENTER
Enters options.
Answers incoming calls.
ROUTE M/
MODE/
TOP MENU*
Changes the aspect ratio.
• The aspect ratio changes each
time you press this key.
VIEW/AV OUT
Switches the AV source to be
output.
J/K/H/I
Moves the cursor when displaying
a menu.
H/S / T/I
Selects a track.
J/FM+ / K/AM− Selects a folder.
POSITION/IW
Starts/pauses playback.
MENU/o
Stops and memorizes the point
where the disc stops.
0–9
• Specifies the number to search
for in direct search.
• 1/2: Fast forwards/backwards.
• 4/5: Slow forwards/backwards.
(For DVD only)
– Slow forward/backward speed
changes each time you press
this key.
* +/CLEAR
Deletes a character while in direct
search mode.
# BS/DIRECT
Enters direct search mode.
ROUTE M/
MODE/
TOP MENU
Shows the disc top menu.
VOICE/FNC/
MENU/PBC
• Shows the disc menu.
• Turns the playback control on or
off while playing VCD.
CANCEL/
RETURN
Displays previous screen.
AUDIO
Changes the voice language.
• The voice language changes
each time you press this key.
SUBTITLE
Changes the subtitle language.
ANGLE
Changes the picture angle.
• The picture angle changes each
time you press this key.
ZOOM
Changes the zoom ratio.
• The zoom ratio changes each
time you press this key.
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Remote Controller
Music Disc/Audio file/Video file/Picture file
(AUD mode)
J/FM+ / K/AM− Selects a folder.
iPod/Android (AUD mode)
H/S / T/I
Selects music/videos.
POSITION/IW
Starts/pauses playback.
H/S / T/I
Selects a track/file.
POSITION/IW
Starts/pauses playback.
0–9
Specifies the number to search for
in direct search.
J/FM+ / K/AM− Selects a folder.
# BS/DIRECT
Enters direct search mode.
H/S / T/I
Selects a file.
POSITION/IW
Starts/pauses playback.
USB (AUD mode)
Searching for an item directly
While listening to the radio or during disc playback,
you can search for a station frequency/chapter/title/
folder/file/track directly using the number buttons.
• To search for a track from the VCD menu, perform
during PBC playback.
1
• Each time you press # BS/DIRECT, the item to
search for changes.
2
Radio/SiriusXM*1 (AUD mode)
J/FM+ / K/AM− Selects the band.
H/S / T/I
Searches for stations.*2
POSITION/IW
Changes the seek mode (AUTO1,
AUTO2, MANU).
0–9
Specifies the frequency of the
station to receive to search for in
direct search.
# BS/DIRECT
Enters direct search mode.
Press # BS/DIRECT to enter the search
mode.
Press a number button to select a desired
item (station frequency/chapter/title/
folder/file/track).
• To erase a misentry, press * +/CLEAR.
3
Confirm the selection.
• For station frequency: Press H/S / T/I.
• For others: Press ENTER.
To exit the search mode: Press # BS/DIRECT.
*1 Only for DDX395/DDX375BT/DDX25BT.
*2 The search method differs according to the selected seek mode.
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Remote Controller
KENWOOD Remote APP
KENWOOD Remote is an application that connects
and controls compatible KENWOOD car receivers via
Bluetooth® like a wireless remote control.
You can also operate this unit from a Smartphone
using KENWOOD Remote APP.
This application can display the source information
of this unit on the smartphone’s screen, and enables
the user to make an audio setting using the graphic
user interface of this application.
This application also works as a free standalone
music player application, when your Smartphone is
not connected to this unit.
• For details, visit <www.kenwood.com/car/app/
kenwood_remote/eng/>.
Installation and Connection
WARNINGS
• DO NOT connect the ignition wire (red) and the
battery wire (yellow) to the car chassis (ground), you
may cause a short circuit, that in turn may start a fire.
• DO NOT cut out the fuse from the ignition wire (red)
and the battery wire (yellow). The power supply must
be connected to the wires via the fuse.
• Always connect the ignition wire (red) and the
battery wire (yellow) to the power source running
through the fuse box.
CAUTIONS
• Install this unit in the console of your car.
• Do not touch the metal parts of this unit during and
shortly after the use of the unit. Metal parts such as
the heat sink and enclosure become hot.
• When parking at a low ceiling area, turn off the unit
to store the antenna. As when the unit is installed in
the car with the function of auto antenna; the radio
antenna extends automatically when you turn on
the unit with the antenna control wire (ANT. CONT)
connected. (Page 56)
Before installation
Precautions on installation and connection
• Mounting and wiring this product requires skills and
experience. For best safety, leave the mounting and
wiring work to professionals.
• Mount the unit so that the mounting angle is 30° or
less.
• Make sure to ground the unit to a negative 12 V DC
power supply.
• Do not install the unit in a location exposed to direct
sunlight or excessive heat or humidity. Also avoid
places with too much dust or the possibility of water
splashing.
• Do not use your own screws. Use only the screws
provided. If you use the wrong screws, you could
damage the unit.
• After the unit is installed, check whether the brake
lamps, blinkers, wipers, etc. on the car are working
properly.
• Do not press hard on the panel surface when
installing the unit to the car. Otherwise scratches,
damage, or failure may result.
• If the power is not turned on (“Miswiring DC Offset
Error”, “Warning DC Offset Error” is displayed),
the speaker wire may have a short circuit or have
touched the chassis of the car and the protection
function may have been activated. In this case, the
speaker wire should be checked.
• Keep all cables away from heat dissipating metal
parts.
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Installation and Connection
• If your car’s ignition does not have an ACC position,
connect the ignition wires to a power source that
can be turned on and off with the ignition key. If you
connect the ignition wire to a power source with a
constant voltage supply, such as with battery wires,
the battery may be drained.
• If the fuse blows, first make sure the wires are not
touching to cause a short circuit, then replace the old
fuse with one with the same rating.
• Insulate unconnected wires with vinyl tape or other
similar material. To prevent a short circuit, do not
remove the caps and do not let the cable out at the
ends of the unconnected wires or the terminals.
• Secure the wires with cable clamps and wrap vinyl
tape around the wires that comes into contact with
metal parts to protect the wires and to prevent short
circuit.
• Connect the speaker wires correctly to the terminals
to which they correspond. The unit may be damaged
or fail to work if you share the · wires or ground
them to any metal part in the car.
• When only two speakers are being connected to the
system, connect both connectors either to the front
output terminals or to the rear output terminals (do
not mix front and rear). For example, if you connect
the ª connector of the left speaker to a front output
terminal, do not connect the · connector to a rear
output terminal.
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Parts list for installation
Note: This parts list does not include all the package
contents.
¥ Wiring harness (× 1)
ø Extension wire, 2 m (× 1)
π Flat head screws, M5 × 8 mm (× 6)
[ Round head screws, M5 x 8 mm (× 6)
“ Microphone, 3 m (× 1)
Only for DDX395/DDX418BT
] Trim plate (× 1)
Only for DDX395
‘ Mounting sleeve (× 1)
\ Extraction keys (× 2)
Only for DDX418BT
« Steering remote cable (× 1)
Å Audio and video cable (× 1)
Installation procedure
1
Remove the key from the ignition and
disconnect the · battery.
2
Make the proper input and output wire
connections for each unit.
3
Connect the speaker wires of the wiring
harness.
4
Connect the wires of the wiring harness
in the following order: ground, battery,
ignition.
5
6
Connect the wiring harness to the unit.
Install the unit in your car.
Make sure that the unit is installed securely in place.
If the unit is unstable, it may malfunction (e.g., the
sound may skip).
7
8
Reconnect the · battery.
9
Configure <Initial Settings>. (Page 5)
Press the reset button on the monitor
panel. (Page 4)
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Installation and Connection
Installing the unit
(Only for DDX395/DDX418BT)
Installing the unit using the mounting
bracket removed from the car
Remove from the upper two catches of
the trim plate (]).
]
π/[
π/[
2
Installing the trim plate
The frame can be removed from the top side in the
same manner.
Car bracket
Note: Select the appropriate screws (supplied) for the
mounting bracket.
3
Removing the unit
(Only for DDX395)
Installing the unit using the mounting
sleeve
(Only for DDX395)
1
Engage the catch pins on the extraction
keys (\) and remove the two locks on the
lower part of the trim plate (]).
Remove the unit by inserting the two
extraction keys (\), then pulling them as
illustrated.
\
Catch
‘
Lock
Be careful to avoid injury from the catch pins on
the extraction key.
Bend the tabs of the mounting sleeve with a
screwdriver or similar utensil and attach it in place.
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Installation and Connection
Wiring connection
10 A fuse
*1 Only for DDX395/DDX375BT/DDX25BT.
*2 Only for DDX395/DDX375BT.
*3 Only for DDX418BT.
“
*3
Connect the antenna cord to the antenna terminal
*1 *2
USB input terminal (1 m)
*3
Purple with white stripe
REVERSE
To the car’s reverse lamp harness when using the optional rear view camera
Light green
¥
PRK SW
Extension wire ( ø )
White ] / White with black stripe [
To the car’s parking brake detection switch harness
(For best safety, be sure to connect the parking sensor.)
To front speakers (left)
Gray ] / Gray with black stripe [
To front speakers (right)
Green ] / Green with black stripe [
To rear speakers (left)
Purple ] / Purple with black stripe [
To rear speakers (right)
Brown
MUTE
Not used.
ILLUMI
To the car light control switch
Orange with white stripe
Light blue with yellow stripe
STEERING WHEEL
REMOTE INPUT
REMOTE CONT
Blue with white stripe (12 V
Red (Ignition wire)
Yellow (Battery wire)
350 mA)
ANT.CONT
P.CONT
To the OE remote adapter (not supplied) which is compatible with your car
To the power control terminal when using the optional power amplifier (Or)
To the control terminal of the motor antenna or to the power terminal for the booster amplifier of film-type antenna
Ignition key switch
Car fuse
Black (Ground wire)
To the car chassis
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Car battery
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References
Installation and Connection
Connecting external components
7 Rear view camera input (R-CAM)
8 Output terminals*5
• Left output (White)
• Right output (Red)
REAR: Rear speaker preouts
FRONT: Front speaker preouts
SW: Subwoofer preouts
*1
*2
*3
*4
1 Expansion port for connecting SiriusXM Connect
Vehicle Tuner (EXT I/F) (commercially available)*1
2 iDatalink input for connecting an ADS adapter
(commercially available)*2
3 Steering wheel remote controller input
(REMO-IN)*3
• Connect to the car’s steering remote harness
using the steering remote cable («). Contact
your KENWOOD dealer for details.
4 Microphone input (MIC) (Page 56)
5 Audio video input (AV-IN)*3*4
Connect the following type of 4-pole mini plug:
1 Left audio
13
2 Right audio
3 Ground
24
4 Composite video
6 Video output (V-OUT)
Only for DDX395/DDX375BT/DDX25BT.
Only for DDX395/DDX375BT.
Only for DDX418BT.
Use the audio and video cable (Å) to connect an external
component.
*5 When connecting an external amplifier, connect its ground wire
to the chassis of the car; otherwise the unit may be damaged.
Maintenance
Cleaning the unit
• Do not use any solvent (for example, thinner,
benzine, etc.), detergent, or insecticide. This may
damage the monitor or the unit.
• Gently wipe the panel with a soft, dry cloth.
Handling discs
• Do not touch the recording surface of the disc.
• Do not stick tape etc. on the disc, or use a disc with
tape stuck on it.
• Do not use any accessories for the disc.
• Clean from the center of the disc and move outward.
• Clean the disc with a dry silicone or soft cloth. Do not
use any solvents.
• When removing discs from this unit, pull them out
horizontally.
• Remove burrs from the center hole and disc edge
before inserting a disc.
More information
About playable files
Audio files
• This unit can play back the following files with
following codec and extension code:
– For disc: MP3 (.mp3), WMA (.wma), WAV (.wav),
AAC (.m4a)
– For USB mass storage class device: MP3 (.mp3),
WMA (.wma), WAV (.wav), AAC (.aac, .m4a),
FLAC (.flac)
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References
• This unit can play back files that meet the conditions
below:
– Bit rate:
MP3: 8 kbps – 320 kbps
WMA: For disc: 5 kbps – 320 kbps
For USB : 32 kbps – 192 kbps
AAC: 16 kbps – 320 kbps
– Sampling frequency:
MP3: 16 kHz – 48 kHz
WMA: 8 kHz – 48 kHz
WAV: 44.1 kHz
AAC: 32 kHz – 48 kHz
FLAC: 8 kHz – 96 kHz
– Files recorded in VBR (variable bit rate), and have a
discrepancy in elapsed time indication
• This unit can show or display the following:
– Tag:
MP3: ID3 Tag (version 1.0/1.1/2.2/2.3/2.4)
WMA Tag
WAV Tag
AAC Tag
FLAC Tag
– Jacket picture:
Picture size: 32 × 32 to 1 232 × 672 resolution
Data size: less than 500 KB
File type: JPEG
• This unit cannot play back the following files:
– MP3 files encoded with MP3i and MP3 PRO format.
– MP3 files encoded with Layer 1/2.
– WMA files encoded with lossless, professional, and
voice format.
– WMA files which are not based upon Windows
Media® Audio.
– WMA/AAC files copy-protected with DRM.
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– AAC files copy-protected with FairPlay (except
those stored on an iPod/iPhone).
– Files which have data such as AIFF, ATRAC3, etc.
Video files
• This unit can play back the following files with
following codec and extension code:
– DivX* (.divx, .div, .avi) regardless of the letter case—
upper/lower
– MPEG1/MPEG2 (.mpg, .mpeg)
• Streams that conform to:
– DivX*:
Audio: MP3 or Dolby Audio
– MPEG1/MPEG2:
Audio: MPEG1 Audio Layer-2 or Dolby Audio
Video: MPEG system/program stream
• Other playable conditions:
– Data size: less than 2 GB
– DivX*: Bit rate: 8 Mbps (maximum for average video
signals)
– MPEG1/MPEG2: File format: MP@ML (Main Profile at
Main Level)/SP@ML (Simple Profile at Main Level)/
MP@LL (Main Profile at Low Level)
• This unit cannot play back the following files:
– DivX files encoded in the interlaced scanning
mode.
* Only for DDX418BT.
Picture files
• This unit can play back the following files with
following codec and extension code:
– JPEG (.jpg, .jpeg)
• Other playable conditions:
– Resolution: 32 × 32 to 8 192 × 7 680 (It may take
time to display the file depending on its resolution.)
– Baseline JPEG files
• This unit cannot play back the following files:
– Progressive JPEG files
– Lossless JPEG files
About disc playback
Playable disc types
• CD-DA: Audio CD, CD Text
• DVD Video: Region code: 1 or 4 (depending on the
country and sales area)
• Dual Disc: DVD side
• VCD: Video CD (PBC compatible)
• DVD Recordable/Rewritable (DVD-R/-RW, +R/+RW)
– DVD Video: UDF bridge
– ISO 9660 level 1, level 2, Romeo, Joliet
– Other playable formats:
DVD-R recorded in multi-border format (except for
dual layer discs)
Finalized +R/+RW (Video format only)
• CD Recordable/Rewritable (CD-R/-RW):
– ISO 9660 level 1, level 2, Romeo, Joliet
• Other informations:
– While playing a DVD Video, DTS sound cannot be
reproduced or emitted from this unit.
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References
– This unit can recognize a total of 5 000 files and
250 folders (a maximum of 999 files per folder) in a
recordable/rewritable disc.
– Use only “finalized” recordable/rewritable discs.
– This unit can play back multi-session recordable/
rewritable discs; however, unclosed sessions will be
skipped while playing.
Unplayable disc types and formats
• DVD-Audio/DVD-ROM discs
• SVCD (Super Video CD), CD-ROM, CD-I (CD-I Ready),
DTS-CD
• MPEG4/DivX*/AAC (.aac)/FLAC/MKV/DVD–VR/
DVD+VR/DVD-RAM recorded on DVD-R/RW or
+R/+RW
• MPEG4/DivX*/AAC (.aac)/FLAC/MKV recorded on
CD-R/RW
• DVD-RW dual layer discs
• +RW double layer discs
• Non-DVD side of a “DualDisc” which does not comply
with the “Compact Disc Digital Audio” standard
• Discs that are not round.
• Discs with coloring on the recording surface or discs
that are dirty.
• Recordable/Rewritable discs that have not been
finalized.
• 3 inch discs. Attempting to insert these discs using
an adapter may cause a malfunction.
• Some recordable/rewritable discs or files may not be
played back due to their characteristics or recording
conditions.
* Only for DDX395/DDX375BT/DDX350BT/DDX25BT.
Language codes (for DVD language selection)
AA Afar
GD Scots Gaelic
AB Abkhazian
GL Galician
AF Afrikaans
GN Guarani
AM Ameharic
GU Gujarati
AR Arabic
HA Hausa
AS Assamese
HI Hindi
AY Aymara
HR Croatian
AZ Azerbaijani
HU Hungarian
BA Bashkir
HY Armenian
BE Byelorussian
IA Interlingua
BG Bulgarian
IE
Interlingue
BH Bihari
IK Inupiak
BI Bislama
IN Indonesian
BN Bengali, Bangla
IS
Icelandic
BO Tibetan
IW Hebrew
BR Breton
JA Japanese
CA Catalan
JI
Yiddish
CO Corsican
JW Javanese
CS Czech
KA Georgian
CY Welsh
KK Kazakh
DZ Bhutani
KL Greenlandic
EL Greek
KM Cambodian
EO Esperanto
KN Kannada
ET Estonian
KO Korean (KOR)
EU Basque
KS Kashmiri
FA Persian
KU Kurdish
FI
Finnish
KY Kirghiz
FJ Fiji
LA Latin
FO Faroese
LN Lingala
FY Frisian
LO Laothian
GA Irish
LT Lithuanian
LV
MG
MI
MK
ML
MN
MO
MR
MS
MT
MY
NA
NE
NO
OC
OM
OR
PA
PL
PS
QU
RM
RN
RO
RW
SA
SD
SG
SH
SI
SK
SL
Latvian, Lettish
Malagasy
Maori
Macedonian
Malayalam
Mongolian
Moldavian
Marathi
Malay (MAY)
Maltese
Burmese
Nauru
Nepali
Norwegian
Occitan
(Afan) Oromo
Oriya
Panjabi
Polish
Pashto, Pushto
Quechua
Rhaeto-Romance
Kirundi
Rumanian
Kinyarwanda
Sanskrit
Sindhi
Sangho
Serbo-Croatian
Singhalese
Slovak
Slovenian
SM
SN
SO
SQ
SR
SS
ST
SU
SW
TA
TE
TG
TH
TI
TK
TL
TN
TO
TR
TS
TT
TW
UK
UR
UZ
VI
VO
WO
XH
YO
ZU
Samoan
Shona
Somali
Albanian
Serbian
Siswati
Sesotho
Sundanese
Swahili
Tamil
Telugu
Tajik
Thai
Tigrinya
Turkmen
Tagalog
Setswana
Tonga
Turkish
Tsonga
Tatar
Twi
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Volapuk
Wolof
Xhosa
Yoruba
Zulu
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References
About USB playback
Important
Make sure all important data has been backed up to
avoid losing the data.
We bear no responsibility for any loss of data stored in
the devices while using this unit.
Playable files on a USB device
• This unit can play the following types of files stored
in a USB mass storage class device.
– JPEG/Divx*/MPEG1/MPEG2/MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC
(.aac/.m4a)/FLAC
• This unit can recognize:
– A total of 5 000 files
– 250 folders for video files and a maximum of 999
files per folder
– 250 folders for photo files and a maximum of 999
files per folder
– 999 folders for audio files and a maximum of 999
files per folder
• The maximum number of characters (when the
characters are 1 byte):
– Folder names: 50 characters
– File names: 50 characters
* Only for DDX418BT.
Notes on using a USB device
• Avoid using the USB device if it might affect driving
safety.
• When connecting with a USB cable, use a USB 2.0
cable.
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• Electrostatic shock at connecting a USB device may
cause abnormal playback of the device. In this case,
disconnect the USB device then reset this unit and
the USB device.
• Do not pull out and connect the USB device
repeatedly while “Reading” is shown on the screen.
• Operation and power supply may not work as
intended for some USB devices.
• Do not leave a USB device in the car, or expose to
direct sunlight or high temperatures to prevent
deformation or damage to the device.
Unplayable USB device
• This unit may not play back files in a USB device
properly when using a USB extension cable.
• USB devices equipped with special functions such as
data security functions cannot be used with the unit.
• Do not use a USB device with 2 or more partitions.
• Depending on the shape of the USB devices and
connection ports, some USB devices may not be
attached properly or the connection might be loose.
• This unit may not recognize a memory card inserted
into a USB card reader.
About iPod/iPhone
Important
Make sure all important data has been backed up to
avoid losing the data.
We bear no responsibility for any loss of data stored in
the devices while using this unit.
iPod/iPhone that can be connected
• Via the USB terminal:
Made for
– iPod nano (7th Generation)
– iPod touch (6th Generation)
– iPod touch (5th Generation)
– iPhone 7 Plus
– iPhone 7
– iPhone SE
– iPhone 6S Plus
– iPhone 6S
– iPhone 6 Plus
– iPhone 6
– iPhone 5S
– iPhone 5C
– iPhone 5
– iPhone 4S
• Via Bluetooth:
Made for
– iPod touch (6th Generation)
– iPod touch (5th Generation)
– iPhone 7 Plus
– iPhone 7
– iPhone SE
– iPhone 6S Plus
– iPhone 6S
– iPhone 6 Plus
– iPhone 6
– iPhone 5S
– iPhone 5C
– iPhone 5
– iPhone 4S
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References
Notes on using an iPod/iPhone
• When operating an iPod/iPhone, some operations
may not be performed correctly or as intended. In
this case, visit the following KENWOOD web site:
<www.kenwood.com/cs/ce/>
• When you turn on this unit, the iPod/iPhone is
charged through the unit.
• The text information may not be displayed correctly.
• For some iPod/iPhone models, the performance may
be abnormal or unstable during operation. In this
case, disconnect the iPod/iPhone device, then check
its condition.
If the performance is not improved or slow, reset
your iPod/iPhone.
Troubleshooting
What appears to be trouble is not always serious.
Check the following points before calling a service
center.
• For operations with external components, refer also
to the instructions supplied with the adapters used
for connection (as well as the instructions supplied
with the external components).
“Parking off” appears.
→ No playback picture is shown when the parking
brake is not engaged.
General
Discs
No sound comes out of the speakers.
→ Adjust the volume to the optimum level.
→ Check the cords and connections.
Recordable/Rewritable discs cannot be played back.
→ Insert a finalized disc.
→ Finalize the discs with the component which you
used for recording.
No picture is displayed on the screen.
→ Turn on the screen. (Page 4)
“Learning Process Failed” appears.
→ Your steering remote controller is not compatible,
learning may not be completed. Consult your car
audio dealer for details.
The remote controller* does not work.
→ Replace the battery.
Tracks on the Recordable/Rewritable discs cannot
be skipped.
→ Insert a finalized disc.
→ Finalize the discs with the component which you
used for recording.
* For DDX395/DDX375BT/DDX350BT/DDX25BT: Purchase optional
remote controller, KNA-RCDV331.
Playback does not start.
→ The format of files is not supported by the unit.
The unit does not work at all.
→ Reset the unit. (Page 4)
“No Signal”/“No Video Signal” appears.
→ Start playback on the external component
connected to the AV-IN input terminal.
→ Check the cords and connections.
→ Signal input is too weak.
“Miswiring DC Offset Error”/“Warning DC Offset
Error” appears.
→ A speaker cord has shorted or it has come into
contact with the car chassis. Wire or insulate the
speaker cord as appropriate, then reset the unit.
No picture appears on the external monitor.
→ Connect the video cord correctly.
→ Select the correct input on the external monitor.
DivX*/MPEG1/MPEG2/MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC discs
cannot be played back.
→ Record the tracks using a compatible application
on the appropriate discs. (Page 58)
→ Add appropriate extension codes to the file names.
* Only for DDX418BT.
Tracks on the recordable/rewritable discs are not
played back as you have intended them to play.
→ Playback order may differ from the one played back
using other players.
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Troubleshooting
“Region Code Error” appears.
→ You have inserted a DVD Video disc of an incorrect
region code. Insert a correct region code disc.
USB
“Reading” does not disappear from the screen.
→ Turn the power off and on again.
While playing a track, sound is sometimes
interrupted.
→ The tracks are not properly copied into the USB
device. Copy the tracks again, and try again.
Tracks are not played back as you have intended
them to play.
→ Playback order may differ from the one played back
using other players.
The source does not change to “USB” when you
connect a USB device while listening to another
source or “USB Device Error” appears when you
connect a USB device.
→ The USB port is drawing more power than the
design limit.
→ Turn the power off and unplug the USB device. Then,
turn on the power and reattach the USB device.
→ If the above does not solve the problem, turn
the power off and on (or reset the unit) before
replacing with another USB device.
Android
Sound cannot be heard during playback.
→ Reconnect the Android device.
→ When <Android Setup> is set to [HAND MODE],
launch any media player application on the
Android device and start playback.
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Sound output only from the Android device.
→ When <Android Setup> is set to [HAND MODE],
relaunch the current media player application or
use another media player application.
→ Restart the Android device.
→ If this does not solve the problem, the connected
Android device is unable to route the audio signal
to unit.
Cannot play back when <Android Setup> is set to
[BROWSE MODE].
→ Make sure KENWOOD Music Play APP is installed on
the Android device.
→ Reconnect the Android device and select the
appropriate control mode.
→ If this does not solve the problem, the connected
Android device does not support the Browse
Mode.
“NO DEVICE” or “READING” keeps flashing.
→ Switch off the developer options on the Android
device.
→ Reconnect the Android device.
→ If this does not solve the problem, the connected
Android device does not support the Browse
Mode.
iPod/iPhone
No sound comes out of the speakers.
→ Disconnect the iPod/iPhone, then connect it again.
→ Select another source, then reselect “iPod”.
The iPod/iPhone does not turn on or does not
work.
→ Check the connection.
→ Update the firmware version.
→ Charge the battery.
→ Reset the iPod/iPhone.
Sound is distorted.
→ Deactivate the equalizer either on this unit or the
iPod/iPhone.
A lot of noise is generated.
→ Turn off (uncheck) “VoiceOver” on the iPod/ iPhone.
For details, visit <http://www.apple.com>.
No operations are available when playing back a
track containing artwork.
→ Operate the unit after the artwork has loaded.
“Authorization Error” appears.
→ Check whether the connected iPod/iPhone is
compatible with this unit. (Page 60)
Radio
AME automatic presetting does not work.
→ Store stations manually. (Page 18)
Static noise while listening to the radio.
→ Connect the antenna firmly.
AV-IN
(Only for DDX418BT)
No picture appears on the screen.
→ Turn on the video component if it is not on.
→ Connect the video component correctly.
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Troubleshooting
Pandora*/iHeartRadio*/Spotify
The application does not work.
→ The application on your iPod touch/iPhone/
Android is not the latest version. Update the
application.
“Please update Pandora App” appears.
→ The Pandora application on your iPod touch/
iPhone/Android is not the latest version. Update
the application.
“Please check device.” appears.
→ The Pandora application on your iPod touch/
iPhone/Android has not started up.
→ The Pandora application is not installed on the
connected device.
→ An error has occurred on the Pandora application.
“Login Error” appears.
→ You have not been signed into Pandora.
“No skips remaining” appears.
→ No more songs can be skipped.
“Failed to save your thumb rating” appears.
→ Thumb-up/down is prohibited.
“No Station” appears.
→ No station is available.
“No Active Station” appears.
→ No station is being played.
“Station limit reached” appears.
→ The station list is full and no more stations can be
registered.
“Failed to save your bookmark” appears.
→ The unit has failed to save a bookmark. Try the
operation again.
“Limited Connectivity” appears.
→ The connection with the Pandora application
cannot be established.
“SXM Check Tuner” appears.
→ Make sure the SiriusXM Connect Vehicle Tuner is
connected to the unit.
“Pandora not available” appears.
→ You cannot use the Pandora application from
the area where you are currently trying to access
Pandora.
“SXM Chan Unavailable” appears.
(Appears on the screen for about 5 seconds, then
returns to the previous channel):
→ The selected channel is no longer available. Select
another channel or continue listening to the
previous channel.
“Try again later” appears.
→ The Pandora server is under maintenance.
“Station does not exist” appears.
→ The selected station has been deleted by another
device or has expired.
“Cannot create a Station” appears.
→ You cannot create a station during the readonly mode or when network connection is not
established.
* Only for DDX395/DDX375BT/DDX350BT/DDX25BT.
SiriusXM Satellite Radio
“SXM No Signal” appears.
→ Make sure the SiriusXM Satellite Radio antenna is
mounted outside the car. Move the car to an area
with a clear view of the sky.
“SXM Check Antenna” appears.
→ Check the SiriusXM Satellite Radio antenna
connection, and make sure the antenna is firmly
attached to the tuner.
→ Check whether the SiriusXM Satellite Radio antenna
cable is bent or broken. If it is damaged, replace the
whole antenna unit.
“SXM Ch Unsubscribed” appears.
(Appears on the screen for about 5 seconds, then
returns to the previous channel)
→ The selected channel is not part of your current
subscription plan. Call 1-866-635-2349 to subscribe.
“SXM Subscription Updated – Press Return to
Continue” appears.
→ Your subscription has been updated. Press the
appropriate button to continue.
“SXM Channel Locked” appears.
→ The selected channel has been locked by the
parental controls. Enter the unlock code when you
are asked.
“SXM Incorrect Lock Code” appears.
→ The selected channel is a mature or parental lock
channel, and locked by the parental lock or user
lock code. Enter the correct lock code.
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Specifications
Troubleshooting
Bluetooth
Phone sound quality is poor.
→ Reduce the distance between the unit and the
Bluetooth mobile phone.
→ Move the car to a place where you can get a better
signal reception.
The sound is interrupted or skipped while using a
Bluetooth audio player.
→ Reduce the distance between the unit and the
Bluetooth audio player. Disconnect the device
connected for Bluetooth phone.
→ Turn off, then turn on the unit.
(When the sound is not yet restored) connect the
player again.
The connected audio player cannot be controlled.
→ Check whether the connected audio player
supports AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control
Profile).
The Bluetooth device does not detect the unit.
→ Search from the Bluetooth device again.
The unit does not pair with the Bluetooth device.
→ For devices compatible with Bluetooth 2.1:
Register the device using a PIN code. (Page 35)
→ For devices compatible with Bluetooth 2.0:
Enter the same PIN code for both the unit and
target device. If the PIN code of the device is not
indicated in its instructions, try “0000” or “1234.”
→ Turn off, then turn on the Bluetooth device.
Echo or noise occurs.
→ Adjust the microphone unit position.
→ Adjust the echo volume or noise reduction volume.
(Page 36)
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The unit does not respond when you try to copy
the phone book to the unit.
→ You may have tried to copy the same entries (as
stored) to the unit.
“Connection Error” appears.
→ The device is registered but the connection has
failed. Connect the registered device. (Page 35)
“Please Wait...” appears.
→ The unit is preparing to use the Bluetooth function.
If the message does not disappear, turn off and
turn on the unit, then connect the device again (or
reset the unit).
“No Voice Device” appears.
→ The connected mobile phone does not have a
voice recognition system.
“No Data” appears.
→ No phone book data is contained in the connected
Bluetooth phone.
“Initialize Error” appears.
→ The unit has failed to initialize the Bluetooth
module. Try the operation again.
“Dial Error” appears.
→ Dialing has failed. Try the operation again.
“Hung Up Error” appears.
→ The call has not ended yet. Park your car, and use
the connected mobile phone to end the call.
“Pick Up Error” appears.
→ The unit has failed to receive a call.
Monitor section
Picture Size (W × H)
6.2 inches (diagonal) wide
137.5 mm × 77.2 mm
(5-7/16" × 3-1/16")
Display System
Transparent TN LCD panel
Drive System
TFT active matrix system
Number of Pixels
1 152 000
(800H × 480V × RGB)
Effective Pixels
99.99%
Pixel Arrangement
RGB striped arrangement
Back Lighting
LED
USB interface section
USB Standard
USB 2.0 Full Speed/High
Speed
Compatible Device
Mass Storage Class
File System
FAT 16/32
Maximum Power
Supply Current
DC 5 V
D/A Converter
24 bit
Audio Decoder
MP3/WMA/AAC (.aac/.m4a)/
WAV/FLAC
Video Decoder
DivX*/MPEG1/MPEG2/JPEG
1.5 A
* Only for DDX418BT.
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Specifications
DVD player section
Bluetooth section
D/A Converter
24 bit
Technology
Bluetooth 3.0
Audio Decoder
Linear PCM/Dolby Audio/
MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC (.m4a)
Frequency
2.402 GHz to 2.480 GHz
Output Power
+4 dBm (MAX), 0 dBm (AVE),
Power Class 2
Maximum
Communication
Range
Line of sight approx. 10 m
(32.8 ft)
Audio Codec
SBC/AAC
Profile
HFP (Hands Free Profile) 1.6
A2DP (Advanced Audio
Distribution Profile) 1.3
AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote
Control Profile) 1.5
GAP (Generic Access Profile)
PBAP (PhoneBook Access
Profile) 1.2
SDP (Service Discovery Profile)
SPP (Serial Port Profile) 1.2
Video Decoder
DivX*/MPEG1/MPEG2/JPEG
Wow & Flutter
Below Measurable Limit
Frequency Response
96 kHz Sampling:
20 Hz to 22 000 Hz
48 kHz Sampling:
20 Hz to 22 000 Hz
44.1 kHz Sampling:
20 Hz to 20 000 Hz
Total Harmonic
Distortion
0.010% (1 kHz)
Signal to Noise Ratio
99 dB (DVD-Video 96 kHz)
Dynamic Range
99 dB (DVD-Video 96 kHz)
Disc Format
DVD-Video/VIDEO-CD/CD-DA
Sampling Frequency
44.1 kHz/48 kHz/96 kHz
Quantifying Bit
Number
16 bit/20 bit/24 bit
* Only for DDX418BT.
2 Way X'Over
Tweeter:
Frequency (Hz):
1k/1.6k/2.5k/4k/5k/6.3k/8k/
10k/12.5k
Gain (dB):
–8/–7/–6/–5/–4/–3/–2/–1/0
Front/Rear (HPF):
Frequency (Hz):
Through/30/40/50/60/70/
80/90/100/120/150/180/
220/250
Slope (dB/Oct.):
−6/−12/−18/−24
Gain (dB):
–8/–7/–6/–5/–4/–3/–2/–1/0
Subwoofer (LPF):
Frequency (Hz):
30/40/50/60/70/80/90/100/
120/150/180/220/250/
Through
Slope (dB/Oct.):
−6/−12/−18/−24
Phase: Normal/Reverse
Gain (dB):
–8/–7/–6/–5/–4/–3/–2/–1/0
DSP section
Equalizer
Band: 13 Band
Frequency (Hz) (BAND1–13):
62.5/100/160/250/400/630/
1k/1.6k/2.5k/4k/6.3k/10k/
16k
Gain (dB):
–9/−8/−7/−6/−5/−4/−3/−2/
−1/0/1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9
Q factor: 1.35/1.5/2.0
Position
Front/Rear/Subwoofer Delay:
0 ft to 20.0 ft (0.07 ft Step)
Gain: −8 dB to 0 dB
Subwoofer Level
−50 dB to +10 dB
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Specifications
FM tuner section
Frequency Range
Video section
General
DDX395/DDX375BT/
DDX350BT/DDX25BT:
87.9 MHz to 107.9 MHz
(200 kHz)
Color System of
External Video Input
NTSC/PAL
Operating Voltage
14.4 V
(10.5 V to 16 V allowable)
External Video Input
Level (mini jack)*
1 Vp-p/75 Ω
Maximum Current
Consumption
10 A
DDX418BT:
87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz
(50 kHz)
External Audio Max
Input Level (mini
jack)*
2 V/25 kΩ
Installation
Dimensions
(W × H × D)
Usable Sensitivity
(S/N: 30 dB)
7.2 dBf (0.63 μV/75 Ω)
1 Vp-p/75 Ω
Quieting Sensitivity
(S/N: 50 dB)
15.2 dBf (1.58 μV/75 Ω)
Video Input Level for
Rear Camera (RCA
jack)
30 Hz to 15 kHz
Video Output Level
(RCA jack)
1 Vp-p/75 Ω
Frequency Response
(±3.0 dB)
Signal to Noise Ratio
68 dB (MONO)
Selectivity (±400 kHz)
> 80 dB
Stereo Separation
40 dB (1 kHz)
DDX395:
With sleeve:
182 mm × 111 mm
× 160 mm
(7-3/16" × 4-3/8" × 6-5/16")
Without sleeve:
178 mm × 100 mm ×
162 mm
(7" × 3-15/16" × 6-3/8")
DDX375BT/DDX350BT/
DDX25BT/DDX418BT:
178 mm × 100 mm ×
162 mm
(7" × 3-15/16" × 6-3/8")
Operational
Temperature Range
–10°C to +60°C
Weight (Main Unit)
DDX395: 2.0 kg (4.4 lbs)
(including trim plate and
sleeve)
* Only for DDX418BT.
AM tuner section
Frequency Range
530 kHz to 1 700 kHz (10 kHz)
Usable Sensitivity
29 dBμ
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Audio section
Maximum Power
(Front & Rear)
50 W × 4
Full Bandwidth
Power (Front & Rear)
22 W × 4 (at less than 1%
THD)
Preout Level
DDX395:
5 V/10 kΩ
DDX375BT:
4 V/10 kΩ
DDX375BT/DDX350BT/
DDX25BT: 1.7 kg (3.8 lbs)
DDX350BT/DDX25BT/
DDX418BT:
2.5 V/10 kΩ
DDX418BT: 1.8 (4.0 lbs)
(including trim plate)
Preout Impedance
≤ 600 Ω
Speaker Impedance
4 Ω to 8 Ω
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
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Specifications
Trademarks and licenses
• Dolby, Dolby Audio and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
• “DVD Logo” is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo
Licensing Corporation registered in the US, Japan
and other countries.
• The “AAC” logo is a trademark of Dolby Laboratories.
• Microsoft and Windows Media are either registered
trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in
the United States and/or other countries.
• “Made for iPod,” and “Made for iPhone” mean that an
electronic accessory has been designed to connect
specifically to iPod, or iPhone, respectively, and
has been certified by the developer to meet Apple
performance standards.
Apple is not responsible for the operation of this
device or its compliance with safety and regulatory
standards. Please note that the use of this accessory
with iPod, or iPhone may affect wireless performance.
iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, and iPod touch
are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S.
and other countries.
• Lightning is a trademark of Apple Inc.
• This item incorporates copy protection technology
that is protected by U.S. patents and other
intellectual property rights of Rovi Corporation.
Reverse engineering and disassembly are prohibited.
• Font for this product is designed by Ricoh.
• Android is a trademark of Google Inc.
• The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered
trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any
use of such marks by JVC KENWOOD Corporation is
under license. Other trademarks and trade names are
those of their respective owners.
• THIS PRODUCT IS LICENSED UNDER THE AVC PATENT
PORTFOLIO LICENSE FOR THE PERSONAL USE OF A
CONSUMER OR OTHER USES IN WHICH IT DOES NOT
RECEIVE REMUNERATION TO
(i) ENCODE VIDEO IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE AVC
STANDARD ("AVC VIDEO") AND/OR (ii) DECODE
AVC VIDEO THAT WAS ENCODED BY A CONSUMER
ENGAGED IN A PERSONAL ACTIVITY AND/OR WAS
OBTAINED FROM A VIDEO PROVIDER LICENSED TO
PROVIDE AVC VIDEO. NO LICENSE IS GRANTED OR
SHALL BE IMPLIED FOR ANY OTHER USE. ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM MPEG LA,
L.L.C. SEE HTTP://WWW.MPEGLA.COM
• Sirius, XM and all related marks and logos are
trademarks of Sirius XM Radio Inc. All rights reserved.
• Pandora, the Pandora logo, and the Pandora trade
dress are trademarks or registered trademarks of
Pandora Media, Inc., used with permission.
• SPOTIFY and the Spotify logo are among the
registered trademarks of Spotify AB.
• iHeartRadio® and iHeartAuto™ are trademarks owned
by iHeartMedia, Inc. All uses are authorized under
license.
• libFLAC
Copyright (C) 2000-2009 Josh Coalson
Copyright (C) 2011-2013 Xiph.Org Foundation
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms,
with or without modification, are permitted provided
that the following conditions are met:
– Redistributions of source code must retain the
above copyright notice, this list of conditions and
the following disclaimer.
– Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the
above copyright notice, this list of conditions and
the following disclaimer in the documentation
and/or other materials provided with the
distribution.
– Neither the name of the Xiph.org Foundation
nor the names of its contributors may be used to
endorse or promote products derived from this
software without specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT
HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS “AS IS” AND ANY
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL
THE FOUNDATION OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE
FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL,
EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
(INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT
OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE,
DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF
LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY,
OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
SUCH DAMAGE.
• DIVX
– This DivX Certified® device has passed rigorous
testing to ensure it plays DivX® video.
To play purchased DivX movies, first register your
device at vod.divx.com. Find your registration
code in the DivX VOD section of your device setup
menu. (Page 47)
– DivX Certified® to play DivX® video, including
premium content.
– DivX®, DivX Certified® and associated logos are
trademarks of DivX, LLC and are used under license.
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For updated information (the latest Instruction Manual, system updates, new functions, etc.),
please visit the following website:
<www.kenwood.com/cs/ce/>
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