JVC KD-SD80BT manual

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  • Brand: JVC
  • Product: Car Radio
  • Model/name: KD-SD80BT
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English, French

Table of Contents

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Thank you for purchasing a JVC product.
Please read all instructions carefully before operation, to ensure your complete understanding and to
obtain the best possible performance from the unit.
2. CAUTION: Do not open the top cover. There are no user serviceable parts inside the unit;
leave all servicing to qualified service personnel.
3. CAUTION: Visible and/or invisible class 1M laser radiation when open. Do not view
directly with optical instruments.
Information for Users on Disposal
of Old Equipment and Batteries
[European Union only]
These symbols indicate that the product
and the battery with this symbol should
not be disposed as general household
waste at its end-of-life.
If you wish to dispose of this product and
the battery, please do so in accordance
with applicable national legislation or other
rules in your country and municipality.
By disposing of this product correctly, you
will help to conserve natural resources and
will help prevent potential negative effects
on the environment and human health.
The sign Pb below the symbol for batteries
indicates that this battery contains lead.
Stop the car before operating the unit.
Adjust the volume so that you can hear sounds
outside the car. Driving with the volume too high
may cause an accident.
Avoid using the USB or SD device or iPod/iPhone
if it might hinder driving safety.
Caution on volume setting:
Digital devices (CD/USB/SD) produce very little
noise compared with other sources. Lower the
volume before playing these digital sources to
avoid damaging the speakers by the sudden
increase of the output level.
Temperature inside the car:
If you have parked the car for a long time in hot
or cold weather, wait until the temperature in the
car becomes normal before operating the unit.
 appears on the display and animation/text
scroll will be stopped to prevent the display from
being blurred when the temperature falls below
0°C. Once operating temperature is normalised,
these functions will start working again.
When the car is air-conditioned, moisture may
collect on the laser lens. This may cause disc read
errors. In this case, remove the disc and wait for
the moisture to evaporate.
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How to attach the control panel
How to detach the control panel
Avoid touching the connectors.
How to reset your unit
Your preset adjustments will also
be erased.
How to forcibly eject a disc
 Be careful not to drop the disc when it ejects.
 If this does not work, reset your unit.
Cleaning the unit
Wipe off the dirt on the panel with a dry silicon or
soft cloth. Failure to observe this precaution may
result in damage to the unit.
Cleaning the connector
Wipe off dirt on the connector of the unit and
panel. Use a cotton swab or cloth.
Preparation ............................................................ 4
Canceling the display demonstration
Setting the clock
Basic operations ................................................... 4
Radio ........................................................................ 6
CD/USB .................................................................... 8
SD (KD-SD80BT only) .............................................. 9
iPod/iPhone .......................................................... 10
Quick Search ....................................................... 11
External components ...................................... 11
Bluetooth姞 connection ..................................... 12
Bluetooth mobile phone ................................ 14
Bluetooth audio player ................................... 18
Illumination color adjustments .................... 19
Brightness adjustments .................................. 20
Sound adjustments .......................................... 20
Menu operations ............................................... 21
Remote controller ............................................... 24
Additional information ................................... 25
Troubleshooting ................................................ 28
Specifications ..................................................... 30
How to read this manual:
 This manual mainly explains operations using
the buttons on the control panel.
 < > indicates the displays on the control
 [XX] indicates the initial setting of a menu
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Canceling the display
The display demonstration is always turned on
unless you cancel it.
(Initial setting)
3 Select <Off>.
4 Press MENU to exit.
Setting the clock
2 Select <Clock>.
Clock Display
Set Clock
3 Select <Set Clock>.
(Initial setting)
0 : 00
Set Clock
4 Adjust the hour.
0 : 00
Set Clock
5 Adjust the minute.
Set Clock
Clock Adjust
6 Select <24H/12H>.
7 Select <24Hours> or <12Hours>.
8 Press MENU to exit.
Basic operations
Display information
Changes the display information. (Press)
Scrolls the current display information. (Hold)
Source Display (Normal display pattern)*1
Radio Non-Radio Data System station: Frequency
FM Radio Data System station: Programme type (PTY)/
Frequency/Station name (PS)
CD/USB/SD*2/Bluetooth Audio Track title/Album title/Artist*
* “No Name” appears for conventional CDs or if not
iPod/iPhone (Headunit Mode/iPod
iPod/iPhone (Application Mode) Application Mode
External Components (AUX) Aux In
*1 Display information varies for large font and large clock display patterns.
*2 For KD-SD80BT only.
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Remote controller
Display window
Control panel
DO NOT expose to bright sunlight.
Remote sensor
Control dial
Aim the remote controller directly at the sensor.
Flips down the panel
SD card slot
(KD-SD80BT only)
When you press or hold the following button(s)...
Control panel Remote
controller General function
 Turns on.
 Turns off. (Hold)
 Press the /SOURCE button on the control panel and turn
the control dial within 2 seconds to select the source.
SOURCE Press repeatedly to select the source.
Control dial
VOL - / + Adjusts the volume level.
— Selects items.
Control dial
 Mutes the sound or pauses playback.
 Press the button again to cancel muting or resume
— Confirms selection.
EQ SOUND Selects the preset sound mode. (' page 20)

 Enters “Hands-Free” menu (' page 15), or answers
incoming call when the unit rings.
 Ends a call. (Hold)
Enters <BRIGHTNESS> menu directly (if the USB Bluetooth
Adapter* is not connected). (KD-R50 only) (' page 20)
* Separately purchased.
 Activates/deactivates TA Standby Reception. (' page 7)
 Enters PTY Search mode. (Hold) (' page 7)
 Returns to the previous menu.
 /   / 
 Selects a preset station. (' page 6)
 Selects MP3/WMA/WAV folder. (' page 8)
 /   / 
 Searches for a station automatically. (' page 6)
 Searches for a station manually. (Hold)
 Selects track. (' page 8, 10, 18)
 Fast-forwards or reverses track. (Hold)
Basic operations
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Searching for a station
88.3 MHz
B Select <FM> or <AM>.
Auto search. (Press)
Manual search. (Hold)
“M” appears, then press the button repeatedly.
“ST” lights up when receiving an FM stereo broadcast with sufficient signal strength.
Storing stations in memory
Manual presetting
You can preset up to 18 stations for FM and 6
stations for AM.
While listening to a station...
“Preset Mode” screen appears.
The preset number flashes.
2 Select preset number.
Auto presetting (FM only)
SSM (Strong-station Sequential Memory)
You can preset up to 18 stations for FM.
-<SSM 01 – 06>
“SSM” appears. When all the stations are stored,
“SSM” disappears.
To preset <SSM 07 – 12>/<SSM 13 – 18>,
repeat steps 1 and 2.
Selecting a preset station
You can also select a preset station using  / .
Setting the Radio Timer
You can tune in to a preset station at a specific
time regardless of the current source.
-<Radio Timer>
[Off] Cancels Radio Timer.
Once Activates once.
Daily Activates daily.
-<1> ... <18> for FM/
<1> ... <6> for AM
3 Select the preset station.
4 Set the activation time.
5 Press MENU to exit.
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 lights up after the Radio Timer has been set.
 Only one timer can be set. Setting a new timer
will override the previous setting.
 The Radio Timer will not activate if the unit is
turned off or if <AM> is set to <Hide> after
selecting an AM station for the timer.
(' page 23)
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The following features are available only
for FM Radio Data System stations.
Searching for your favorite
Type (PTY) Search
PTY Search starts.
If there is a station broadcasting a programme of the
same PTY code as you have selected, that station is
tuned in.
2 Select a PTY code.
PTY codes
News, Affairs, Info, Sport, Educate, Drama, Culture, Science,
Varied, Pop M (music), Rock M (music), Easy M (music), Light
M (music), Classics, Other M (music), Weather, Finance,
Children, Social, Religion, PhoneIn, Travel, Leisure, Jazz,
Country, Nation M (music), Oldies, Folk M (music), Document
Activating TA/News Standby
Standby Reception allows the unit to switch
temporarily to Traffic Announcement (TA) or
NEWS programme from any source other than
TA Standby Reception
TP indicator TA Standby Reception
Lights up
The unit will temporarily switch
to Traffic Announcement (TA) if
Not yet activated. Tune in to
another station providing the
Radio Data System signals.
 To deactivate, press  again.
NEWS Standby Reception
The unit will temporarily switch to News
Programme if available.
 If the volume is adjusted during reception of
Traffic Announcement or News, the adjusted
volume is automatically memorized. It will be
applied the next time the unit switches to
Traffic Announcement or News.
Tracking the same programme
—Network-Tracking Reception
When driving in an area where FM reception is
not sufficient enough, this unit automatically
tunes in to another FM Radio Data System station
of the same network, possibly broadcasting the
same programme with stronger signals.
-<AF-Regional> *
Switches to another station.
The programme may differ
from the one currently received
(the AF indicator lights up).
Switches to another station
broadcasting the same
programme (the REG indicator
lights up).
Off Cancels.
* AF-Regional: Alternative Frequencies-Regional
Automatic station selection—
Programme Search
When the signal of a preset station you have
selected is weak, this unit searches for another
station possibly broadcasting the same
programme as the original preset station is
<P-Search> (' page 22)
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Playing a CD/USB device
Label side
The source changes to “CD” and playback starts.
USB cable from the rear
of the unit
The source changes to “USB” and playback starts.
 This unit can play MP3/WMA files stored in CD-R, CD-RW, and MP3/WMA/WAV files in USB mass
storage device (such as a USB memory and Digital Audio Player).
 Make sure all important data has been backed up. We shall bear no responsibility for any loss of data
in USB mass storage class device while using this system.
 Ejected disc not removed within 15 seconds will reload automatically.
 If the disc cannot be ejected, ' page 3.
Selecting a folder/track
Selects folder.
 Selects track. (Press)
 Fast-forwards or reverses the
track. (Hold)
Selecting a track/folder from
the list
2 Select a folder. (For MP3/WMA/WAV)
If there are many folders or tracks, you can fast
search for the desired folder or track by turning
the control dial quickly, or use Quick Search
(' page 11).
3 Select a track.
Selecting the playback modes
You can select one of the following playback
modes at a time.
Off Cancels repeat playback.
Track Repeats current track.
Folder * Repeats current folder.
Off Cancels random playback.
Folder *
Randomly plays all tracks of
current folder, then tracks of
next folders.
All Randomly plays all tracks.
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KD-SD80BT only
This unit can play MP3/WMA/WAV files stored in commercially available SD/SDHC cards.
 SD/SDHC memory cards complying with the SD or SDHC standard can be used.
SD card (≤2 GB), SDHC card (≤32 GB)
 SDXC memory cards and MultiMedia Card (MMC) cannot be used.
 A special adapter is required when using a miniSD card, miniSDHC card, microSD card or microSDHC
 Make sure all important data has been backed up. We shall bear no responsibility for any loss of data
in the SD/SDHC memory cards while using this system.
Playing the SD card
Avoid touching the connectors.
1 Detach the control panel.
Label side
2 Push the SD card into the slot until you
hear a “click” sound.
3 Reattach the control panel.
4 Turn on the unit.
Press repeatedly.
The source changes to “SD” and playback starts.
You can operate the SD card in the same way you
operate the files on a CD/USB. (' page 8)
5 Select “SD” source.
Removing the SD card
1 Detach the control panel.
2 Push the SD card in until you hear a “click”
sound, then pull the card out.
3 Reattach the control panel.
SD (KD-SD80BT only)
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Playing an iPod/iPhone
USB cable from the rear
of the unit
USB 2.0 cable (not supplied)*
The source changes to “iPod-1/iPod-2” and
playback starts.
* Recommend to use a cable suitable for car use.
Selecting the control mode
-<Headunit Mode>/
<iPod Mode>/
<Application Mode>
Controls iPod playback through
this unit.
iPod Mode Controls iPod playback from the
The sound of any functions
(music, games, applications, etc.)
running on the connected iPod/
iPhone is emitted through the
speakers connected to this unit.
 You can also change the setting using <iPod
Switch> in the menu. (' page 23)
Selecting a track
Applicable under <Headunit Mode>/<iPod
Mode> only.
For <Application Mode>, applicable only for
some audio applications.
 Selects track/chapter. (Press)
 Fast-forwards or reverses the
track. (Hold)
Selecting a track from the list
Applicable under <Headunit Mode> only.
Audiobooks) (back to the beginning)
2 Select the desired list.
Repeat this step until the desired track is selected.
 If the selected menu contains many tracks, you
can fast search for the desired track by turning
the control dial quickly, or use Quick Search
(' page 11).
3 Select the desired track.
Selecting the playback modes
Applicable under <Headunit Mode> only.
You can select one of the following playback
modes at a time.
Off Cancels repeat playback.
Functions the same as “Repeat
One” of the iPod.
Functions the same as “Repeat
All” of the iPod.
Off Cancels random playback.
Functions the same as “Shuffle
Songs” of the iPod.
Functions the same as “Shuffle
Albums” of the iPod.
 “Album” is not applicable for some iPod/
iPod/iPhone application
You can operate JVC original application with this
unit in <Application Mode>. For more details, visit
JVC website: <http://www3.jvckenwood.com/
english/car/index.html> (English website only).
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If you have many folders/tracks/contacts, you can search through them quickly according to the first
character (A to Z, 0 to 9 and OTHERS).
1 Enter list menu or “Hands-Free” menu.
iPod/iPhone Bluetooth phonebook
Select the desired list.
Select <Phonebook>.
“OTHERS” appears if the first character is not A to
Z or 0 to 9, such as #, -, !, etc.
2 Select the desired character (A to Z, 0 to 9
and OTHERS).
For CD/USB/SD and iPod/iPhone, repeat step 3
until the desired track is selected.
 Searching may not work on some of the layers
of the selected menu (for iPod/iPhone).
3 Select your desired folder/track/contact.
* For KD-SD80BT only.
External components
You can connect an external component to the AUX (auxiliary) cable from the rear of the unit.
For details, refer also to the instructions supplied with the external components.
Playing an external component
from AUX
Portable audio
player, etc.
3.5 mm stereo mini plug
(not supplied)
Use a 3-terminal plug head
stereo mini plug for optimum
audio output.
1 Connect to AUX cable from the rear of the
2 Select <AUX IN>.
3 Turn on the connected component and
start playing the source.
Quick Search
Quick Search
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By connecting the supplied KS-UBT1 USB Bluetooth Adapter* and microphone* to this unit, you can
operate a Bluetooth device using this unit. Refer to the “Installation/Connection Manual” for details on
connecting the microphone.
Once the USB Bluetooth Adapter is attached, this unit is always
available for pairing.
 Refer also to the instructions supplied with the Bluetooth
 Refer to the separate appendix to check the countries where
you may use the Bluetooth function.
 If you turn off the unit, detach the control panel, or unplug the USB Bluetooth Adapter during a
phone call conversation, the Bluetooth connection is disconnected. Continue the conversation using
your mobile phone.
* KD-SD80BT only. KS-BTA50 Accessory Kit (USB Bluetooth Adapter and microphone) available
separately for KD-R50.
This unit supports the following Bluetooth profiles
 Hands-Free Profile (HFP 1.5)
 Object Push Profile (OPP 1.1)
 Phonebook Access Profile (PBAP 1.0)
 Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP 1.2)
 Audio/Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP 1.3)
Stop the car in a safe place before operating complicated steps such as dialing numbers, using
phonebook, etc.
KS-UBT1 Microphone
Pairing a Bluetooth device
When connecting a Bluetooth device to the unit for the first time, perform pairing between the unit and
the device.
 Up to five Bluetooth devices can be registered in this unit.
 A maximum of two Bluetooth phones and one Bluetooth audio device can be connected at any
 This unit supports Secure Simple Pairing (SSP).
1 Connect the USB Bluetooth adapter
(KS-UBT1) to one of the USB input
USB cable from the
rear of the unit
2 Search and select “JVC Unit” on the Bluetooth device.
 For some Bluetooth devices, you may need to enter the Personal Identification Number (PIN) code
immediately after searching.
Bluetooth姞 connection
Bluetooth姞 connection
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3 Perform (A) or (B) depending on what appears on the display.
 For some Bluetooth devices, pairing sequence may vary from the steps described below
Yes: Press VOL
No: Press BACK
Passkey: XXXXXX
[Device name]
 “XXXXXX” is a 6-digit passkey randomly
generated during each pairing.
 Operate the Bluetooth device to confirm
the passkey.
 Ensure that the passkey which appears
on the unit and Bluetooth device is the
 Select “Yes” to confirm the passkey.
Yes: Press VOL
No: Press BACK
Device: [Device name]
 You can change to a desired PIN code before
pairing. (' page 23)
(2) If only “Pairing” appears, operate the
Bluetooth device to confirm pairing.
 (1) When the Bluetooth device prompts
you to key in a PIN or passcode, enter the
PIN code “0000” into the Bluetooth
device. The above should then appear on
the display.
 Select “Yes” to confirm the pairing.
After pairing is successful, “Pairing COMPLETED” appears on the display.
The unit will establish a connection with the newly paired Bluetooth device and you can then control
the Bluetooth device through the unit.
 “” will light up when a phone is connected.
 “” will light up when an audio device is connected.
 Once the connection is established, the device is registered to the unit and there is no need to
perform the pairing again unless you delete the registered device.
 Some Bluetooth devices may not be able to connect to the unit after pairing. Connect the device to
the unit manually. Refer to the instruction manual of the Bluetooth device for more information.
Connecting/Disconnecting a registered device manually
To connect
1 (Hold)
2 Select <Connect>.
“Connecting...” appears on the display when the
unit is connecting to the device.
“Connected”#“[Device Name]” appears on the
display when the device is connected.
3 Select the desired device.
4 Press MENU to exit.
To disconnect
1 (Hold)
2 Select <Disconnect>.
“Disconnected”#“[Device Name]” appears on the
display when the device is disconnected.
3 Select the desired device.
4 Press MENU to exit.
Bluetooth姞 connection
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Connecting to JVC original
JVC original application is designed to view JVC
car receiver status and perform simple control
operations on Android smart phones.
 For JVC original application operations, visit JVC
index.html> (English website only).
1 (Hold)
2 Select <Connect>.
 “Connected”#“[Device Name]” appears on the
display when the device is connected.
3 Select the desired smart phone.
4 Press MENU to exit.
Deleting a registered device
-<Delete Pairing>
- [Device Name]
-<Delete OK?>
“OK” appears when the device is deleted.
2 Select <Delete OK>.
3 Press MENU to exit.
Bluetooth mobile phone
Receiving a call
To receive a call
When there is an incoming call, the source
automatically changes to “BT-1”/“BT-2”.
 “Receiving...” appears on the display, followed
by the phone number or name.
 The display flashes in blue. (' page 17)
You can also press ////SOURCE on the
remote control to answer a call.
 When <Auto Answer> is set to <On>, the unit
answers incoming calls automatically.
(' page 17)
To end a call
You can also press and hold ////SOURCE
on the remote control to end a call.
To deactivate/activate hands-free
During a phone conversation...
 Operations may vary according to the
connected Bluetooth device.
Bluetooth姞 connection
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Adjustments during a call
Phone volume(00 — 50)
[Volume 15]: Volume
adjustments made during a call
will not affect the other
Microphone level
(01— 03)[02]: As the number
increases, the microphone
becomes more sensitive.
Noise Reduction and Echo
Cancellation mode:
Turns on/off.
Text message notification
When a text message is received, the unit rings
and “[Device Name]”#“Received Message”
 <Message Notice> must be set to <On>.
(' page 17)
 You cannot read, edit, or send a message
through the unit.
 This feature is only available on certain phones.
Switching between two connected mobile phones
When two mobile phones are connected to the unit, you can access to both “Hands-Free” menus.
 / FUNC. to enter 1st phone’s “Hands-Free” menu.
 / FUNC. twice to enter 2nd phone’s “Hands-Free” menu.
 Press  to return to 1st phone’s “Hands-Free” menu.
Making a call from the hands-free menu
1 Enter the “Hands-Free” menu.
Refer to the table below
for options.
2 Select a calling method.
3 Select and call the contact (name/phone number).
Dialed Calls Call
Select the name/phone number
If the phonebook contains many numbers, you can fast search for the desired
number by turning the control dial quickly, or use Quick Search (' page 11).
 “No History Found” appears if there is no recorded call history.
 “No Data” appears if no entries are found in the Bluetooth device’s
 “Send Phonebook Manually” appears if <Phonebook Select> is set to
<In Unit> or the phone does not support PBAP. (' page 17)
Received Calls
Missed Calls
Dial Number Enter the phone number to dial.
Move the entry position
Select number/character
Bluetooth mobile phone
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Using voice recognition
You can use the voice recognition features of the
connected phone through this unit.
 “Not Support” appears if the connected phone
does not support this feature.
If only one phone is connected,
If two phones are connected,
1 Enter voice recognition mode.
Select the desired phone
Enter“phone list”
2 When “Waiting Voice”#“[Device Name]”
appears on the display, speak the name of
the contact you want to call or the voice
command to control the phone functions.
Supported voice recognition features vary for
each phone. Please refer to the instruction
manual of the connected phone for details.
Deleting a contact (name/
phone number)
Only when <Phonebook Select> is set to <In
Unit>. (' page 17)
1 Enter the “Hands-Free” menu.
-<Dialed Calls>/
<Received Calls>/
<Missed Calls>/
2 Select a call method.
3 Select the contact (name/phone number)
to be deleted.
Phone Number
4 Enter “Delete Entries” menu.
Delete Selected name/phone number
from step 3 is deleted.
All name/phone numbers from
selected menu in step 2 are
5 Select <Delete> or <Delete All>.
Bluetooth mobile phone
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Using the Settings menu
1 Enter the “Hands-Free” menu.
2 Select <Settings>.  To return to the previous menu, press .
 To exit from the menu, press MENU.
3 Repeat this step to perform the necessary
The following settings are applicable to the paired device. If another device is paired, perform the
settings again.
Menu item Selectable setting (Initial: [XX])
Select *
[In Phone]: The unit browses the phonebook of the connected phone.
In Unit: The unit browses the phonebook registered in the unit. (You can copy
the phonebook memory using <Phonebook Trans> (' page 23).)
Auto Answer On: The unit answers incoming calls automatically.
[Off]: The unit does not answer incoming calls automatically.
Ringing Tone [In Unit]: The unit rings to alert you when a call/text message comes in.
– Call Tone: Select your preferred ring tone (Tone 1 — 5) for incoming calls.
– Message Tone: Select your preferred ring tone (Tone 1 — 5) for incoming
text messages.
 Default ring tone is different according to the paired device.
In Phone: The unit uses the connected phones’ ring tone to alert you when a
call/text message comes in. (The connected phone will ring if it does not
support this feature.)
Ringing Color Color 01 — 29[06]: Select your preferred color for incoming call/text message
Off: Cancels.
NR/EC Mode [On]: Turns on the Noise Reduction and Echo Cancellation of the connected
microphone for clearer sound.
Off: Cancels.
MIC Setting Level (01— 03)[02]: The sensitivity of the microphone increases as the MIC
level is increased.
Message Notice [On]: The unit rings and “[Device Name]”#“Received Message” appears to alert
you of an incoming text message.
Off: The unit does not alert you of an incoming text message.
* Selectable only when the connected phone supports PBAP.
Bluetooth mobile phone
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Playing a Bluetooth audio player
A Select <BT-1> or <BT-2> depending on
the location of the USB Bluetooth adapter
 Operate the Bluetooth audio player to start
Operations and display indications may differ according to their availability on the connected device.
Basic operations
Starts or resumes playback.
Mutes the sound.
Selects group/folder.
Reverse skips or forward skips.
Fast-forwards or reverses the
track. (Hold)
Selecting the playback modes
For Bluetooth devices that support AVRCP 1.3.
Off Cancels repeat playback.
Track Repeats current track.
All Repeats all tracks.
Repeats all tracks of the
current group.
Off Cancels random playback.
All Randomly plays all tracks.
Randomly plays all tracks of
the current group.
Bluetooth audio player
Bluetooth audio player
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Illumination color adjustments
All zone
Display zone
Button zone All zone: Includes both Button zone and
Display zone.
Selecting the preset color
You can select a preset color for <Button Zone>,
<Display Zone>, and <All Zone> separately.
2 Select <Color>.
Button Zone Color 01-29/User/
* Color changes in
different speeds.
Display Zone
All Zone
 Initial color: Button Zone [Color 06], Display
Zone [Color 01], All Zone [Color 06].
 If <All Zone> is selected, the button and
display illumination will change to the current/
selected <Button Zone> color.
4 Press MENU to exit.
Storing your own adjustments
You can store your own day and night colors for
<Button Zone> and <Display Zone> separately.
2 Select <Color Setup>.
 Press / to select a
primary color <Red/
Green/Blue>, then
turn the control dial
to adjust the level
<00-31>. Repeat this
procedure until you
have adjusted all the
three primary colors.
 Your adjustment is
automatically stored
to “User”.
 If “00” is selected for
all the primary colors
for <Display Zone>,
nothing appears on
the display.
Changes the display and
buttons illumination
during menu, list search,
and playback mode
 Night Color/Day Color is changed by turning
on/off your car’s headlight.
4 Press MENU to exit.
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You can select your preferred brightness for <Button Zone>, <Display Zone> separately.
 FUNC. is only available for KD-R50.
 For KD-SD80BT, ' page 21.
Button Zone Level 00 to 31
Display Zone Level 00 to 31
3 Press MENU to exit.
Sound adjustments
This unit memorizes sound settings adjusted for each individual source.
Selecting the preset sound
You can select a preset sound mode, for each
individual source, suitable for the music genre.
- - - - - - - - or - - - - - - - -
Press repeatedly.
NATURAL-(back to the beginning)
Storing your own adjustments
While listening, you can adjust and store the tone
level for each individual source.
Easy Equalizer
2 Select a setting item (Sub. W/Bass/Middle/
(Initial: [XX])
Sub.W* 00 to 08 [08]
Bass** -6 to +6 [+5]
Middle -6 to +6 [0]
Treble -6 to +6 [+5]
The adjustments are stored and <USER> is
3 Adjust the level.
Pro Equalizer
3 Press  /  to adjust the frequency.
4 Press  /  to adjust the Q-slope.
Adjust the sound elements of the selected tone.
Bass (Initial: [XX])
Frequency 60/80/[100]/200 Hz
Level Lvl -6 to +6 [+5]
Q [Q1.0]/Q1.25/Q1.5/Q2.0
Frequency 0.5/[1]/1.5/2.5 kHz
Level Lvl -6 to +6 [0]
Q Q0.75/Q1.0/[Q1.25]
Frequency 10/[12.5]/15/17.5 kHz
Level Lvl -6 to 6 [+5]
5 Adjust the level.
6 Repeat steps 2 to 5 to adjust other tones.
The adjustments are stored and <USER> is
7 Press MENU to exit.
* Adjustable only when <Subwoofer On/Off>
is set to <On>. (' page 22)
** Adjustable only when <HPF> is set to <Off>.
(' page 22)
Brightness adjustments
Brightness adjustments
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If no operation is done for about 60 seconds, the
operation will be canceled.
3 Repeat step 2 if necessary.
 To return to the previous menu, press .
 To exit from the menu, press DISP or MENU.
Menu item Selectable setting (Initial: [XX])
DEMO For settings, ' page 4.
Clock Display On: Shows the clock display when the power is off.
[Off]: Cancels.
Set Clock For settings, ' page 4.
24H/12H For settings, ' page 4.
Clock Adjust Off: Cancels.
[Auto]: The built-in clock is synchronized with the clock data received from
the FM Radio Data System station.
Color For settings, ' page 19.
Color Setup
Dimmer Set Selects the display and button illumination adjusted in the <Brightness>/
<Color Setup> setting.
Off: Selects the Day adjustments.
On: Selects the Night adjustments.
[Auto]: Changes between the Day and Night adjustments when you turn
off/on the car headlights. *1
Time Set: Sets the start/end timer for dimmer. Turn the control dial to
adjust the start time, then press the control dial to confirm. Repeat this step
to enter the end time.
Brightness Day Brightness[31]/Night Brightness[11]: Brightness settings for the
display and button illumination for day and night.
Button Zone/Display Zone: Sets the brightness levels 00 — 31.
Scroll *2 Off: Cancels.
[Once]: Scrolls the display information once.
Auto: Repeats scrolling (at 5-second intervals).
Tag Display [On]: Shows the TAG information while playing MP3/WMA/WAV tracks.
Off: Cancels.
LCD Type [Negative]: Negative pattern of the display.
Positive: Positive pattern of the display.
Auto: Positive pattern will be selected during the day*3, while negative will
be selected during the night*3.
Contrast Level 01 — Level 15 [Level 09]: Adjusts the contrast of the display to
make indications clear and legible.
PRO EQ For settings, ' page 20.
*1 The illumination control lead connection is required. (See “Installation/Connection Manual”.)
This setting may not work correctly on some vehicles (particularly on those having a control
dial for dimming). In this case, change the setting to other than <Dimmer Auto>.
*2 Some characters or symbols will not be shown correctly (or will be blanked) on the display.
*3 Depends on the <Dimmer Set> setting.
Menu operations
Menu operations
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Menu item Selectable setting (Initial: [XX])
Fad/Bal *4*5 R6 — F6[0]: Press  /  to adjust the front and rear speaker output balance.
L6 — R6[0]: Press  /  to adjust the left and right speaker output balance.
On: Boosts low and high frequencies to produce a well-balanced sound at a
low volume level.
[Off]: Cancels.
Volume Adjust Level -5 — Level +5[Level 0]: Presets the volume adjustment level of
each source, compared to the FM volume level. Before adjustment, select
the source you want to adjust. (“FIX” appears if “FM” is selected.)
Subwoofer On/
[On]: Turns on the subwoofer output.
Off: Cancels.
Subwoofer LPF *6 LOW 55Hz/MID 85Hz/[HIGH 120Hz]: Audio signals with frequencies
lower than 55 Hz/85 Hz/120 Hz are sent to the subwoofer.
Level *6
00 — 08[08]: Adjusts the subwoofer output level.
Phase *6
[0 Deg] (normal)/180 Deg (reverse): Selects the subwoofer phase.
(High-pass filter)
On: Activates the High Pass Filter. Low frequency signals are cut off from
the front/rear speakers.
[Off]: Deactivates. (All signals are sent to the front/rear speakers.)
(Keytouch tone)
[On]/Off: Activates or deactivates the keypress tone.
Amplifier Gain Off: Deactivates the built-in amplifier.
Low Power: Limits the maximum volume level to 30. (Select if the
maximum input power of each speaker is less than 50 W to prevent
damaging the speakers.)
[High Power]: The maximum volume level is 50.
SSM For settings, ' page 6. (Displayed only when the source is “FM”.)
IF Band
frequency band)
[Auto]: Increases the tuner selectivity to reduce interference noises
between adjacent stations. (Stereo effect may be lost.)
Wide: Subject to interference noises from adjacent stations, but sound
quality will not be degraded and the stereo effect will remain.
AF-Regional *7 For settings, ' page 7.
P-Search *7
On/[Off]: Activates Programme Search (if <AF-Regional> is set to <AF> or
<AF-REG>) or deactivates.
News-Standby *7 On/[Off]: Activates or deactivates NEWS Standby Reception. (Displayed
only when the source is “FM”.) (' page 7)
Stereo/Mono Displayed only when the source is “FM”.
[Stereo]: Enables stereo FM reception.
Mono: Improves the FM reception but stereo effect will be lost.
Radio Timer For settings, ' page 6.
*4 If you are using a two-speaker system, set the fader level to “00”.
*5 This adjustment will not affect the subwoofer output.
*6 Displayed only when <Subwoofer On/Off> is set to <On>.
*7 Only for FM Radio Data System stations.
Menu operations
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Menu item Selectable setting (Initial: [XX])
USB *8 Drive Change: Selects to change the drive when a device with multiple
drives is connected to the USB input terminal.
iPod Switch *9
(iPod/iPhone control)
[Headunit Mode]/iPod Mode/Application Mode:
For settings, ' page 10.
Audiobooks *9 Normal/Faster/Slower: Selects the playback speed of the Audiobooks
sound file in your iPod/iPhone.
Initial selection depends on your iPod/iPhone setting.
Phone *11 Connect/Disconnect: Connects or disconnects the Bluetooth phone/
audio device. (' page 13)
Application Connect/Disconnect: Connects or disconnects the application in the
smart phone. (' page 14)
Delete Pairing For settings, ' page 14.
Copies up to 400 numbers from the phonebook memory of a connected
phone to the unit via OPP.
Set PIN Code Changes the PIN code (1 to 6-digits). (Default PIN code: 0000)
Turn the control dial to select a number, press  /  to move to the entry
position. After entering the PIN code, press the control dial to confirm.
Auto Connect [On]: Establishes connection automatically with the Bluetooth device when
the unit is turned on.
Off: Cancels.
Initialize [No]: Cancels.
Yes: Initializes all the Bluetooth settings (including stored pairing,
phonebook, and etc.).
Information Connected Phone/Connected Audio/Connected Application *12:
Displays connected phone/audio/application device name.
My BT Name: Displays the unit name (JVC Unit).
My Address: Shows address of USB Bluetooth Adapter.
AM Source *13 [Show]/Hide: Enables or disables “AM” in source selection.
AUX Source *13 [Show]/Hide: Enables or disables “AUX In” in source selection.
Audio *14
[Show]/Hide: Enables or disables “BT Audio” in source selection.
Software Version Displays the firmware version of the unit.
*8 Displayed only when the source is “USB-1/USB-2”.
*9 Displayed only when the source is “iPod-1/iPod-2”.
*10 If the USB Bluetooth Adapter is not connected to the unit, “Please Connect BT Adapter”
appears on the display.
*11 <Connect> will not be displayed if two Bluetooth phones are connected at the same time.
*12 Displayed only when a Bluetooth phone/audio player/application is connected.
*13 Displayed only when the unit is in any source other than the corresponding source “AM
Source/AUX Source”.
*14 Displayed only when the USB Bluetooth Adapter (KS-UBT1) is attached and current source is
not “BT-1/BT-2”.
Menu operations
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When you use the remote controller for the first
time, pull out the insulation sheet.
Insulation sheet
Replacing the lithium coin
 If the effectiveness of the remote controller
decreases, replace the battery.
 Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly
replaced. Replace only with the same or
equivalent type.
 Battery shall not be exposed to excessive heat
such as sunshine, fire, or the like.
 Do not install any battery other than CR2025 or
its equivalent.
 Do not leave the remote controller in places
(such as dashboards) exposed to direct
sunlight for a long time.
 Store the battery in places out of reach of
 Do not recharge, short, disassemble, heat the
battery, or dispose of it in a fire.
 Do not place the battery with other metallic
 Do not poke the battery with tweezers or
similar tools.
 Insulate the battery by wrapping it with tape
when disposing or storing it.
This unit is equipped with the steering wheel
remote control function. For details, refer also to
the instructions supplied with the remote
Remote controller
Remote controller
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About discs
This unit can only play the following CDs:
This unit can play back multi-session discs;
however, unclosed sessions will be skipped
during playback.
Unplayable discs
 Discs that are not round.
 Discs with coloring on the recording surface or
discs that are dirty.
 Recordable/ReWritable disc that has not been
finalized. (For details on disc finalization, refer
to your disc writing software and your disc
recorder instruction manual.)
 8 cm CD. Attempting to insert using an adapter
can cause malfunction. There may also be
problems ejecting the disc if inserted.
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
 Clean the disc with a dry silicon or soft cloth.
Do not use any solvents.
 When removing discs from this unit, pull them
out horizontally.
 Remove any burrs from the center hole and
disc edge before inserting a disc.
DualDisc playback
The Non-DVD side of a “DualDisc” does not
comply with the “Compact Disc Digital Audio”
standard. Therefore, the use of Non-DVD side of a
DualDisc on this product may not be
About audio files
Playable files
 File extensions: MP3(.mp3), WMA(.wma),
For MP3/WMA discs:
 Bit rate:
MP3/WMA: 5 kbps - 320 kbps
 Sampling frequency:
MP3 (MPEG-1): 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
MP3 (MPEG-2): 16 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz
WMA: 8 kHz - 48 kHz
For USB devices/SD memory card:
 Bit rate:
MP3 (MPEG-1): 32 kbps - 320 kbps
MP3 (MPEG-2): 8 kbps - 160 kbps
WMA: 5 kbps - 320 kbps
WAV: Linear PCM at 705 kbps and 1 411 kbps
 Sampling frequency:
MP3 (MPEG-1): 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
MP3 (MPEG-2): 16 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz
WMA: 8 kHz - 48 kHz
WAV: 44.1 kHz
WMA/WAV: 1 ch/2 ch
 Variable bit rate (VBR) files. (The elapsed time
for VBR files will not be displayed correctly.)
Unplayable files
 MP3 files:
- encoded in MP3i and MP3 PRO format
- encoded in an inappropriate format
- encoded with Layer 1/2
 WMA files:
- encoded in lossless, professional, and voice
- not based upon Windows Media® Audio
- copy-protected with DRM
 Files which include data such as AIFF, ATRAC3,
File/folder names
This unit supports files/folder names recorded in a
format compliant with ISO 9660 Level 1, Level 2,
Romeo, or Joliet, and the proper extension code
<.mp3>, <.wma> or <.wav>.
 This unit can show WMA Tag and ID3 Tag
Version 1.0/1.1/2.2/2.3/2.4 (for MP3).
 The search function works but search speed is
not constant.
Additional information
Additional information
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About USB device/SD memory
 When connecting a USB cable, use the USB 2.0
 You cannot connect a computer or portable
HDD to the USB input terminal of the unit.
 Connect only one USB device to the unit at a
time. Do not use a USB hub.
 USB devices equipped with special functions
such as data security functions cannot be used
with the unit.
 Do not use a USB device/SD memory card with
2 or more partitions.
 This unit cannot recognize a USB device whose
rating is other than 5 V and exceeds 1 A.
 This unit may not recognize a memory card
inserted into the USB card reader.
 This unit may not play back files in a USB
device properly when using a USB extension
 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.
 Operation and power supply may not work as
intended for some USB devices.
 The maximum number of characters for:
– Folder names: 25 characters
– File names: 25 characters
– MP3 Tag: 128 characters
– WMA Tag: 128 characters
– WAV Tag: 128 characters
 This unit can recognize a total of 20000 files,
2000 folders (999 files per folder including
folder without unsupported files), and of 8
hierarchies. However, the display can only
show until 999 folders/files.
 Do not pull out and attach the USB device/SD
memory card repeatedly while “READING” is
shown on the display.
 Electrostatic shock at connecting a USB device/
SD memory card may cause abnormal
playback of the device. In this case, disconnect
the USB device then reset this unit and the USB
 Do not leave a USB device/SD memory card in
the car, expose to direct sunlight, or high
temperature. Failure to do so may result in
deformation or cause damages to the device.
 Do not bend, drop or wet the SD card.
 Insert the SD card properly to avoid read error
Additional information
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About iPod/iPhone
 iPod/iPhone that can be connected to this unit:
- iPod touch (4th generation)
- iPod touch (3rd generation)
- iPod touch (2nd generation)
- iPod touch (1st generation)
- iPod classic
- iPod with video (5th generation)*
- iPod nano (6th generation)
- iPod nano (5th generation)
- iPod nano (4th generation)
- iPod nano (3rd generation)
- iPod nano (2nd generation)
- iPod nano (1st generation)*
- iPhone 4S
- iPhone 4
- iPhone 3GS
- iPhone 3G
- iPhone
*<iPod Mode>/<Application Mode> are not
 It is not possible to browse video files on the
“Videos” menu in <Headunit Mode>.
 The song order displayed on the selection
menu of this unit may differ from that of the
 When operating an iPod/iPhone, some
operations may not be performed correctly or
as intended. In this case, visit the following JVC
index.html> (English website only).
About Bluetooth
 Depending on the Bluetooth version of the
device, some Bluetooth devices may not be
able to connect to this unit.
 This unit may not work with some Bluetooth
 Signal conditions vary, depending on the
 When the unit is turned off, the device is
 For more information about Bluetooth, visit the
following JVC website:
index.html> (English website only)
Trademark and license notice
 Microsoft and Windows Media are either
registered trademarks or trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation in the United States
and/or other countries.
 The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned
by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such
marks by JVC KENWOOD Corporation is under
license. Other trademarks and trade names are
those of their respective owners.
 “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.
 SDHC logo is a trademark of SD-3C, LLC.
Additional information
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Symptom Remedy/Cause
4 General
No sound, sound interrupted or
static noise.
 Check the cords, aerial and cable connections.
 Check the condition of the disc, connected device and
recorded tracks.
 Ensure to use the recommended stereo mini plug when
connecting to an external component. (' page 11)
“Miswiring Check Wiring Reset
The Unit”/“Warning Check
Wiring Reset The Unit” appears
on the display and no operations
can be done.
Ensure the terminals of the speaker leads are properly insulated
with tape before resetting the unit. (' page 3)
If the message does not disappear, consult your JVC car audio
dealer or kits supplying company.
The unit does not work at all. Reset the unit. (' page 3)
Source cannot be selected. Check the <Source Select> setting. (' page 23)
The correct characters are not
displayed (e.g. album name).
This unit can only display letters (upper case), numbers, and a
limited number of symbols.
SSM automatic presetting does
not work.
Store stations manually.
4 CD/USB/SD/iPod/iPhone
“Please Eject” appears on the
Press [], then insert the disc correctly.
“In Disc” appears on the display. The disc cannot be ejected properly. Make sure nothing is
blocking the loading slot.
“Reading” keeps flashing on the
 A longer readout time is required. Do not use too many
hierarchical levels and folders.
 Reload the disc or reattach the USB device/SD memory card.
Tracks/folders are not played
back in the order you have
The playback order is determined by the file name (USB/SD) or
the order in which files were recorded (disc).
The elapsed playing time is not
This sometimes occurs during playback. This is caused by how
the tracks are recorded on the disc.
“No File” appears on the display. Check whether the selected folder, the connected USB device/
SD memory card, or the iPod/iPhone contains a playable file.
“Not Support” appears on the
display and track skips.
Check whether the track is a playable file format.
 “Cannot Play” flashes on the
 The unit cannot detect the
connected device.
 Check whether the connected device is compatible with this
unit. (USB: ' page 30) (SD: ' page 9, 30)
(iPod/iPhone: ' page 27)
 Ensure that the device contains files in the supported
formats. (' page 25)
 Reattach the device.
The iPod/iPhone does not turn
on or does not work.
 Check the connection between this unit and iPod/iPhone.
 Detach and reset the iPod/iPhone using hard reset. For
details on resetting the iPod/iPhone, refer to the instruction
manual supplied with the iPod/iPhone.
 Check whether <iPod Switch> setting is appropriate.
(' page 10)
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Symptom Remedy/Cause
4 Bluetooth
“BT-1”/“BT-2” cannot be
Check <Bluetooth Audio> in the <Source Select> setting.
(' page 23)
No Bluetooth device is detected.  Search from the Bluetooth device again.
 Reset the unit. (' page 3)
Pairing cannot be made.  Make sure you have entered the same PIN code to both the
unit and Bluetooth device.
 Delete pairing information from both the unit and the
Bluetooth device, then perform pairing again.
“Pairing Full” appears on the
display when trying to perform
 You have already registered the maximum of five Bluetooth
devices in the unit. To pair another device, delete an existing
paired device from the unit first. (' page 14)
Echo or noise occurs.  Adjust the microphone unit’s position.
 Adjust <NR/EC Mode> and <Mic Level> to a better
combination. (' page 17)
Phone sound quality is poor.  Reduce the distance between the unit and the Bluetooth
 Move the car to a place where you can get a better signal
The unit does not respond when
you try to copy the phonebook
to the unit.
You may have tried to copy the same entries (as stored) to the
unit. Press DISP or  to exit.
Sound is being interrupted or
skipped during playback of a
Bluetooth audio player.
 Reduce the distance between the unit and the Bluetooth
audio player.
 Turn off, then turn on the unit and try to connect again.
 Other Bluetooth devices might be trying to connect to the
The connected Bluetooth audio
player cannot be controlled.
 Check whether the connected Bluetooth audio player
supports Audio/Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP). (Refer
to the instructions of your audio player.)
 Disconnect and connect the Bluetooth player again.
“Voice” calling method is not
 Use “Voice” calling method in a more quiet environment.
 Reduce the distance from the microphone when you speak
the name.
 Change “NR/EC Mode” to “Off” (' page 17), then try again.
“Not Support” appears when
trying to perform voice dial.
The connected phone does not support this feature.
“Connection Error” appears on
the display.
The device is registered but the connection has failed. Connect
the device manually. (' page 13)
“Error” appears on the display. Try the operation again. If “Error” appears again, check if the
device supports the function you have tried.
“Please Wait” appears on the
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). (' page 3)
“HW Error” appears on the
Reset the unit and try the operation again. If “HW Error” appears
again, consult your nearest JVC car audio dealer.
“BT Device Not Found” appears
on the display.
 The unit failed to search for the registered Bluetooth devices
during Auto Connect. Turn on Bluetooth from your device
and connect manually.
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Maximum Power Output 50 W per channel
Continuous Power Output (RMS) 20 W per channel into 4Ω, 40 Hz to 20 000 Hz at
less than 1% total harmonic distortion.
Load Impedance 4Ω (4Ω to 8Ω allowance)
Frequency Response 40 Hz to 20 000 Hz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio 80 dB
Line-Out, Subwoofer-Out Level/Impedance 2.5 V/20 kΩ load (full scale)
Output Impedance ≤ 600Ω
FM Frequency Range 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz
Usable Sensitivity 9.3 dBf (0.8 μV/75Ω)
50 dB Quieting Sensitivity 16.3 dBf (1.8 μV/75Ω)
Alternate Channel
Selectivity (400 kHz)
65 dB
Frequency Response 40 Hz to 15 000 Hz
Stereo Separation 40 dB
AM Frequency Range MW: 531 kHz to 1 611 kHz
LW: 153 kHz to 279 kHz
Sensitivity/Selectivity MW: 20 μV/40 dB, LW: 50 μV
Signal Detection System Non-contact optical pickup (semiconductor
Number of Channels 2 channels (stereo)
Frequency Response 5 Hz to 20 000 Hz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio 98 dB
Wow and Flutter Less than measurable limit
USB Standard USB 1.1, USB 2.0
Data Transfer Rate (Full Speed) Max. 12 Mbps
Compatible Device Mass storage class
Compatible File System FAT 32/16/12
Playable Audio Format MP3/WMA/WAV
Maximum Supply Current DC 5 V " 1 A
Compatible File System FAT 32/16/12
Storage Up to 32 GB
Playable Audio Format MP3/WMA/WAV
Version Bluetooth 2.1 certified (+EDR)
Power Class Class 2 Radio
Service Area 10 m
Profile HFP 1.5, OPP 1.1, A2DP 1.2, AVRCP 1.3, PBAP 1.0
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Power Requirement (Operating Voltage) DC 14.4 V (11 V to 16 V allowance)
Grounding System Negative ground
Allowable Operating Temperature 0°C to +40°C
(W × H × D)
Installation Size approx. 182 mm × 52 mm × 159 mm
Panel Size approx. 188 mm × 59 mm × 13 mm
Mass 1.4 kJ (excluding accessories)
Subject to changes without notice.
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