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LaCie 5big manual

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User manual for the LaCie 5big in English. This PDF manual has 84 pages.

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DDX6023BT DDX6053BT DDX4023BT DDX4053BT DDX3023 DDX3053 DDX42BT DDX35 MONITOR WITH DVD RECEIVER INSTRUCTION MANUAL GET0909-001A (EN/QN) © 2012 JVC KENWOOD Corporation EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 1 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 1 12/11/13 15:26 12/11/13 15:26
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2 English Contents Before use ..........................................3 How to reset your unit.............................................3 INTRODUCTIONS Initial Settings ...................................5 Initial setup......................................................................5 Updating the system.................................................6 Setting the security function ...............................7 Component names and functions....8 Setting the clock............................. 10 Common operations ...................... 11 Turning on the power ..........................................11 Turning off the power ..........................................11 Adjusting the panel angle..................................11 Adjusting the volume ...........................................11 Putting the unit in standby ...............................12 Turning off the screen ..........................................12 Switching screens .......................... 13 AV SOURCE OPERATIONS Selecting the playback source ...... 14 Displaying the source control screen..........14 Displaying all sources and items.....................15 Customizing the <Top Menu> screen........15 Disc operations............................... 16 Playing a disc ..............................................................16 Playable disc types...................................................17 Playback operations ...............................................18 <DISC Mode> settings .........................................22 USB operations............................... 23 Playing a USB device .............................................23 Listening to the iPod/iPhone device........................................ 25 iPod/iPhone playback operations from the unit....................................................................................26 Selecting an audio/video file from the menu................................................................................27 Controlling playback from the iPod/ iPhone .............................................................................27 Using the smartphone — MirrorLink............................ 28 Listening to the radio..................... 30 Using other external components.............................. 35 AV-IN.................................................................................35 Using the external navigation unit ...............36 Sound adjustment.......................... 37 Using the sound equalization .........................37 Adjusting the crossover frequency...............38 Changing the display design......... 39 Setting for video playback ............ 41 Picture adjustment .................................................41 Changing the aspect ratio .................................42 Zooming picture.......................................................42 Using a rear view camera............... 43 Setting menu items........................ 44 Memorizing/recalling the settings................48 Locking the settings...............................................48 Adjusting the touch position............................48 BLUETOOTH OPERATIONS (Only for DDX6023BT/DDX6053BT/ DDX4023BT/DDX4053BT/DDX42BT) Information for using Bluetooth® devices...................................... 49 Bluetooth operations..................... 49 Connecting Bluetooth devices .......................50 Setting up Bluetooth..............................................52 Using the Bluetooth mobile phone ............53 Settings for Bluetooth mobile phone..........58 Using the Bluetooth audio player .................59 USING THE REMOTE CONTROLLER Overview......................................... 60 Operations from the remote controller.................................. 61 REFERENCE Maintenance................................... 65 More about this unit ...................... 66 Troubleshooting............................. 68 Accessories/Installation Procedure ................................. 72 Connecting Wires to Terminals...... 74 Connecting a USB device/iPod/ iPhone....................................... 75 Connecting Other Products........... 76 Installing/Removing the Unit........ 77 Specifications ................................. 79 KS-UBT1 (USB Bluetooth adapter).................................... 82 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 2 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 2 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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English 3 WARNINGS: (To prevent accidents and damage) • 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 operate the unit while driving. If you need to operate the unit while driving, be sure to look around carefully. • The driver must not watch the monitor while driving. Cautions on the monitor: • The monitor built in 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 the sharp tip. Press the buttons 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. For safety... • Do not raise the volume level too much, as this will make driving dangerous by blocking outside sounds, and may cause hearing loss. • Stop the car before performing any complicated operations. Temperature inside the car... If you have parked the car for a long time in hot or cold weather, wait until the temperature in the car becomes normal before operating the unit. How to reset your unit DDX6023BT/DDX6053BT Reset button DDX4023BT/DDX4053BT/DDX3023/DDX3053 Reset button DDX42BT/DDX35 Reset button If the unit fails to operate properly, press the Reset button. The unit returns to factory settings when the Reset button is pressed (except the registered Bluetooth devices). How to read this manual: • Illustrations of DDX6023BT are mainly used for explanation. • This manual mainly explains operations using the buttons on the monitor panel and touch panel. For operations using the remote controller (RC-DV340: supplied only for DDX6023BT/DDX6053BT), ☞ page 60. • < > indicates the variable screens/ menus/operations/settings that appear on the touch panel. • [ ] indicates the buttons 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 46) Before use 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. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 3 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 3 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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4 English Information on Disposal of Old Electrical and Electronic Equipment and Batteries (applicable for EU countries that have adopted separate waste collection systems) Products and batteries with the symbol (crossed-out wheeled bin) cannot be disposed as household waste. Old electrical and electronic equipment and batteries should be recycled at a facility capable of handling these items and their waste byproducts. Contact your local authority for details in locating a recycle facility nearest to you. Proper recycling and waste disposal will help conserve resources whilst preventing detrimental effects on our health and the environment. Notice: The sign“Pb”below the symbol for batteries indicates that this battery contains lead. The marking of products using lasers 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. Declaration of Conformity with regard to the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC Manufacturer: JVC KENWOOD Corporation 3-12 Moriya-cho, Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama- shi, Kanagawa, 221-0022, Japan EU Representative’s: Kenwood Electronics Europe BV Amsterdamseweg 37, 1422 AC UITHOORN, The Netherlands For Turkey Bu ürün 28300 sayılı Resmi Gazete’de yayımlanan Atik Elektrikli ve Elektronik Eşyalarin Kontrolü Yönetmeliğe uygun olarak üretilmiştir. Eski Elektrik ve Elektronik Ekipmanların İmha Edilmesi Hakkında Bilgi (ayrı atık toplama sistemlerini kullanan ülkeleri için uygulanabilir) Sembollü (üzerinde çarpı işareti olan çöp kutusu) ürünler ev atıkları olarak atılamaz. Eski elektrik ve elektronik ekipmanlar, bu ürünleri ve ürün atıklarını geri dönüştürebilecek bir tesiste değerlendirilmelidir. Yaşadığınız bölgeye en yakın geri dönüşüm tesisinin yerini öğrenmek için yerel makamlara müracaat edin. Uygun geri dönüşüm ve atık imha yöntemi sağlığımız ve çevremiz üzerindeki zararlı etkileri önlerken kaynakların korunmasına da yardımcı olacaktır. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 4 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 4 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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English 5 Initial Settings Initial setup When you power on the unit for the first time or reset the unit, the initial setting screen appears. • You can also change the settings on the <Setup> screen. (☞ page 44) 1 For DDX6023BT/DDX6053BT: For DDX4023BT/DDX4053BT/ DDX3023/DDX3053/DDX42BT/ DDX35: *1 Language Select the text language used for on-screen information. (☞ page 46) • Set <GUI Language> to display the operation buttons and menu items in the selected language ([Local]: initially selected) or English ([English]). Angle *2 Adjust the panel angle. (☞page 11) AV Input Select an external component to play — [AV-IN2] or [iPod] (☞ page 46) NAV I/F Input *1 Select navigation or Mirror Link to use. (☞ page 46) R-CAM Interrupt Select [ON] when connecting the rear view camera. (☞ page 46) Panel Color Select the color of the buttons on the monitor panel. (☞ page 39) 2 Finish the procedure. *1 Only for DDX6023BT/DDX6053BT/DDX4023BT/ DDX4053BT/DDX3053/DDX42BT/DDX35. *2 Only for DDX6023BT/DDX6053BT. INTRODUCTIONS EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 5 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 5 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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6 English Updating the system You can update the system by connecting a USB device containing the update file. 1 Create an update file, copy it to a USB device, and connect it to the unit. To connect a USB device, ☞ page 75. 2 On <Top Menu>: 3 4 Application Version Updates the System application. DVD Version Updates the DVD System application. It may take a while. If the update has been complete successfully,“Update Completed” appears. Reset the unit. • 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 update, you can restart the update after the power is turned on. The update will be performed from the beginning. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 6 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 6 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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English 7 Setting the security function You can set a security code to protect your receiver system against theft. Registering the security code 1 Display the security code setting screen. On <Top Menu>: • To clear the registered security code, perform step 1 and press [CLR] in <Security Code>. 2 Enter a four-digit number (1), then confirm the entry (2). Deletes the last entry Cancels the setting 3 Repeat step 2 to confirm your security code. Now, your security code is registered. • When the unit is being reset or disconnected from battery, you are required to enter the security code. Enter the correct security code, then press [Enter]. Activating the security function You can activate security function to protect your receiver system against theft. On <Setup>: The security indicator on the monitor panel flashes when the vehicle ignition is off. To cancel, select [OFF]. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 7 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 7 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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8 English Component names and functions Screen (Touch panel) Monitor panel 1 Reset button/Power indicator/Security indicator • Resets the unit. (☞ page 3) • Lights up while the unit is turned on. • Flashes when the security function is activated. (☞ page 7) 2 ATT button (Press) • Attenuates the sound. V.OFF button (Hold) • Turns off/on the screen. (☞ page 12) 3 VOLUME (down) button (☞ page 11) • Decreases the volume. 4 VOLUME (up) button (☞ page 11) • Increases the volume. 5 AUD button (Press) • Displays the <Tone> screen. (☞ page 37) R-CAM button (Hold) • Displays the picture from the rear view camera. 6 AV button (Press) • Displays the current source screen. AV OUT button (Hold) • Selects the AV source for external monitor or amplifier. 7 MENU button • Turns off the power. (Hold) • Turns on the power. (Press) • Displays the <Top Menu> screen. (Press) (☞ page 13) 8 TEL button (Press) • Displays the <Handsfree> screen. (☞ page 54) VOICE button (Hold) • Activates voice dialing. (☞ page 54) 9 0 (Eject) button • Ejects the disc (Tilts the monitor panel fully). • Opens/Closes the monitor panel. p Remote sensor DDX6023BT/DDX6053BT Caution 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. You can change the color of the buttons on the monitor panel. (☞ page 39) EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 8 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 8 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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English 9 DDX42BT/DDX35 Screen (Touch panel) Monitor panel DDX4023BT/DDX4053BT/ DDX3023/DDX3053 Screen (Touch panel) Monitor panel 1 Loading slot 2 0 (Eject) button • Ejects the disc. 3 Reset button/Power indicator/Security indicator • Resets the unit. (☞ page 3) • Lights up while the unit is turned on. • Flashes when the security function is activated. (☞ page 7) 4 Remote sensor 5 MENU button • Turns off the power. (Hold) • Turns on the power. (Press) • Displays the <Top Menu> screen. (Press) (☞ page 13) 6 AV/AV OUT button • Displays the current source screen. (Press) • Selects the AV source for external monitor or amplifier. (Hold) 7 For DDX4023BT/DDX4053BT: VOL/ATT/AUD knob (☞ page 11) • Attenuates the sound. (Press) • Adjusts the audio volume. (Turn) • Displays the <Tone> screen. (Hold) (☞ page 37) For DDX3023/DDX3053: VOL/ATT knob (☞ page 11) • Attenuates the sound. (Press) • Adjusts the audio volume. (Turn) For DDX42BT/DDX35: Volume % (up)/ fi (down) buttons (☞ page 11) • Increases/decreases the volume. (Press) 8 For DDX4023BT/DDX4053BT/ DDX42BT: TEL/VOICE button • Displays the <Handsfree> screen. (Press) (☞ page 54) • The function of the button when held varies depending on the <TEL Key Long Press> setting (☞ page 47). For DDX3023/DDX3053/DDX35: AUD/V.OFF button • Displays the <Tone> screen. (Press) (☞ page 37) • The function of the button when held varies depending on the <AUD Key Long Press> setting (☞ page 47). 9 For DDX42BT/DDX35 only: USB input terminal p For DDX42BT/DDX35 only: iPod/AV-IN2 input terminal EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 9 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 9 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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10 English Setting the clock 1 Display the <Top Menu> screen. On the source control screen: 2 Display the <Setup> screen. 3 Display the <Clock> screen. 4 Set the clock time. NAV* Synchronizes the clock time with the connected navigation unit. Radio Data System Synchronizes the clock time with FM Radio Data System. OFF Sets the clock manually. (☞ below) When selecting <OFF>: 1 Adjust the hour 2 Adjust the minute [Reset]: Sets the minute to“00.” Example: 3:00 – 3:29 = 3:00 3:30 – 3:59 = 4:00 5 Finish the procedure. * Appears only when the navigation unit is connected. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 10 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 10 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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English 11 Turning on the power DDX6023BT/DDX6053BT DDX4023BT/DDX4053BT/ DDX3023/DDX3053 DDX42BT/DDX35 Turning off the power DDX6023BT/DDX6053BT (Hold) DDX4023BT/DDX4053BT/ DDX3023/DDX3053 (Hold) DDX42BT/DDX35 (Hold) Adjusting the panel angle (Only for DDX6023BT/DDX6053BT) You can change the panel angle. 1 Select an angle (0 – 6). To set the current position as the power off position, select [Memory]. Common operations Adjusting the volume To adjust the volume (00 to 35) DDX6023BT/DDX6053BT Increase Decrease DDX4023BT/DDX4053BT/DDX3023/ DDX3053 Increase Decrease DDX42BT/DDX35 Increase Decrease To attenuate the sound Only for DDX6023BT/ DDX6053BT Only for DDX4023BT/ DDX4053BT/DDX3023/ DDX3053 The ATT indicator lights up. To cancel the attenuation, press the same button again. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 11 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 11 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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12 English Putting the unit in standby 1 2 Turning off the screen DDX6023BT/DDX6053BT (Hold) DDX4023BT/ DDX4053BT*1 (Hold) DDX3023/DDX3053*2 (Hold) DDX42BT*1 (Hold) DDX35*2 (Hold) The screen is turned off. To turn on the screen, press MENU. • You can also turn on the screen by touching the display. *1 This operation works only when <TEL Key Long Press> is set to [V-OFF]. (☞ page 47) *2 This operation works only when <AUD Key Long Press> is set to [V-OFF]. (☞ page 47) EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 12 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 12 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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English 13 Source control screen • Pressing MENU on the monitor panel also displays <Top Menu>. *1 Appears only when a navigation unit is connected. Displays the navigation screen.*1 (☞ page 36) Press [ ] to return to the previous screen. Touch screen operation Displays the source control screen while playing a video. Goes to the previous chapter/track.*2 Goes to the next chapter/ track.*2 Displays the video control menu while playing a video. • The operation buttons disappear by touching the screen or when no operation is done for about 5 seconds. *2 Not available for video from an external component and rear view camera. <Top Menu> • Changes the AV source. • Displays the <Setup> screen. Switching screens • You can arrange the items to display on the <Top Menu> screen on <Menu Customize> in <Display> setting. (☞ page 45) ☞ page 15 Changes the page <Setup> Changes the detailed settings. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 13 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 13 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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14 English • To display all sources and items, ☞ page 15. • You can change the items (other than [SETUP]) to display on the <Top Menu> screen. (☞ page 15) NAV*1 *2 (☞ page 36) Displays the navigation screen when a navigation unit is connected. MirrorLink*2 *3 (☞ page 28) Displays your smartphone screen on the touch panel. DISC (☞ page 16) Plays a disc. TUNER (☞ page 30) Switches to the radio broadcast. iPod*4 (☞ page 25) Plays an iPod/iPhone. USB (☞ page 23) Plays files on a USB device. TEL*5 (☞ page 54) Displays the phone control screen. Bluetooth*5 (☞ page 59) Plays a Bluetooth audio player. AV-IN 1/AV-IN 2*4 (☞ page 35) Switches to an external component connected to AV-IN1 and iPod/AV-IN2 input terminals. *1 When no navigation unit is connected,“No Navigation”appears. *2 Select an appropriate input setting on <NAV I/F Input>. (☞ page 46). *3 Only for DDX6023BT/DDX6053BT/DDX4023BT/DDX4053BT/DDX3053/DDX42BT/DDX35. *4 Select an appropriate input setting on <AV Input>. (☞ page 46) *5 Only for DDX6023BT/DDX6053BT/DDX4023BT/DDX4053BT/DDX42BT. Displaying the source control screen On video playback screen • The operation buttons disappear by touching the screen or when no operation is done for about 5 seconds. AV SOURCE OPERATIONS Selecting the playback source EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 14 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 14 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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English 15 Displaying all sources and items On <Top Menu>: DDX6023BT/DDX6053BT/ DDX4023BT/DDX4053BT/DDX42BT DDX3023/DDX3053/DDX35 Customizing the <Top Menu> screen You can arrange the items to display on the <Top Menu> screen. 1 On <Top Menu>: 2 3 Select the position to place the icon (1), then select the item you want to display on the selected position (2). 4 Repeat step 3 to place icons for other items. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 15 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 15 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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16 English Ejecting a disc DDX6023BT/DDX6053BT DDX4023BT/DDX4053BT/DDX3023/ DDX3053 DDX42BT/DDX35 • You can eject a disc when 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. When removing a disc, pull it horizontally. Closing the monitor panel (Only for DDX6023BT/DDX6053BT) After removing the disc, press 0 (eject) button again. The monitor panel closes. Disc operations Playing a 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. Inserting a disc DDX6023BT/DDX6053BT Label side DDX4023BT/DDX4053BT/DDX3023/ DDX3053/DDX42BT/DDX35 Label side The source changes to“DISC”and playback starts. • The IN indicator lights up while a disc is inserted. • 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 to stereo. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 16 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 16 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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English 17 Playable disc types Disc type Recording format, file type, etc. Playable DVD DVD-Video*1 Region Code: • For DDX6023BT/DDX4023BT/DDX3023/ DDX42BT: 2 • For DDX6053BT/DDX4053BT/DDX3053/ DDX35: 5 DVD-Audio/DVD-ROM DVD Recordable/ Rewritable (DVD-R/-RW*2 , +R/+RW*3 ) • DVD Video: UDF bridge • DVD-VR • DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2/ JPEG/MP3/WMA/WAV/ AAC: ISO 9660 level 1, level 2, Romeo, Joliet DVD-Video DVD-VR*4 DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2 JPEG MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC MPEG4/DVD+VR/DVD-RAM Dual Disc DVD side Non-DVD side CD/VCD DTS-CD/Audio CD/CD Text (CD-DA) VCD (Video CD) SVCD (Super Video CD)/CD-ROM/CD-I (CD-I Ready) CD Recordable/ Rewritable (CD-R/-RW) • ISO 9660 level 1, level 2, Romeo, Joliet CD-DA VCD (Video CD) DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2 JPEG MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC MPEG4 *1 If you insert a DVD Video disc of an incorrect Region Code,“Region code error”appears on the screen. *2 DVD-R recorded in multi-border format is also playable (except for dual layer discs). DVD-RW dual layer discs are not playable. *3 It is possible to play back finalized +R/+RW (Video format only) discs.“DVD”is selected as its disc type when a +R/+RW disc is loaded. +RW double layer discs are not playable. *4 This unit cannot play back contents protected with CPRM (Content Protection for Recordable Media). Caution for 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 recommended. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 17 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 17 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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18 English Playback operations To display the source control screen, ☞ page 14. For DVD/DVD-VR/VCD/DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2/JPEG Media type Playing time • DVD Video: Title no./Chapter no. • DVD-VR: Program no. (or Playlist no.)/Chapter no.*1 • DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2: Folder no./ Track no. • JPEG: Folder no./File no. • VCD: Track no. ☞ page 36 Playback mode File type (for DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2/JPEG) [ ] [ ]*2 Selects playback mode. (☞ page 21) [3 8] Starts/pauses playback. [7]*3 Stops playback. [4] [¢] • Selects a chapter/track. (Press) • Reverse/forward search.*4 (Hold) [1] [¡] • Reverse/forward search during playback.*4 • Plays back in slow- motion during pause. [MODE]*5 Enters the <DISC Mode> settings. (☞ page 22) [MENU] Displays the <Top Menu> screen. • For DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2/JPEG, the following buttons also appear: [ ] [ ] Selects a folder. [ ] Displays the folder/track list. (☞ page 19) *1 To display the Original Program/Playlist screen, ☞ page 20. *2 Does not appear for DVD/DVD-VR/JPEG. *3 Appears only for DVD/DVD-VR/VCD. *4 Search speed varies depending on the type of disc or file. *5 Does not appear for VCD. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 18 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 18 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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English 19 Playing Recordable/Rewritable discs • This unit can recognize a total of 5 000 files and 250 folders (a maximum of 999 files per folder). • Use only“finalized”discs. • This unit can play back multi-session discs; however, unclosed sessions will be skipped while playing. • Some discs or files may not be played back due to their characteristics or recording conditions. Selecting folder/track on the list Plays tracks/files in the folder Changes the page Returns to the root folder Returns to the upper layer For CD/MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC Media type File type Playback status (3: play/8: pause) Playing time • MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC: Folder no./Track no. • CD: Track no. Track/file information • Pressing [<] scrolls the text if not all of the text is shown. While playing, the jacket picture is shown if the file has the tag data including the jacket picture. ☞ page 36 Playback mode [ ] [ ] Selects playback mode. (☞ page 21) [ ] *1 Displays the folder/track list. (☞ below) [3 8] Starts/pauses playback. [ ] [ ]*1 Selects a folder. [4] [¢] Selects a track. [1] [¡] Reverse/forward search.*2 [MODE] *1 Enters the <DISC Mode> settings. (☞ page 22) [MENU] Displays the <Top Menu> screen. *1 Does not appear for CD. *2 Search speed varies depending on the type of disc or file. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 19 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 19 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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20 English Video menu operations You can display the video menu screen during video playback. • Available items on the screen differ depending on the types of the loaded disc and playback files. • The operation buttons disappear by touching the screen or when no operation is done for about 5 seconds. • The screen for MPEG1/MPEG2 differs from the above. ZOOM Displays the picture size selecting screen. (☞ page 42) Aspect Selects the aspect ratio. (☞ page 42) Picture Adjust Displays the picture adjustment screen. (☞ page 41) Audio Selects the audio type. • For DVD-VR: Selects the audio channel (ST: stereo, L: left, R: right). Subtitle Selects the subtitle type. Angle Selects view angle. MENU Displays the disc menu (DVD)/playlist (DVD-VR). T MENU Displays the disc menu (DVD)/original program (DVD-VR). Highlight Switches to the direct disc menu mode. Press the target item to select. • To restore the screen, press AV on the monitor panel. CUR Displays the menu/playlist/ original program item selecting screen. • [5] [∞] [2] [3]: Selects an item. – For DivX only [2] [3]: Skips back or forward by about 5 minutes. • [ENTER]: Confirms the selection. • [RETURN]: Returns to the previous screen. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 20 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 20 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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English 21 Only for VCD 1 2 Direct selecting buttons (☞ below) ZOOM Displays the picture size selecting screen. (☞ page 42) Aspect Selects the aspect ratio. (☞ page 42) Picture Adjust Displays the picture adjustment screen. (☞ page 41) MENU Displays the disc menu. Audio Selects the audio channel (ST: stereo, L: left, R: right). Direct Displays/hides the direct selecting buttons. (☞ below) Return Displays the previous screen or the menu. • To select a track directly – When you enter a wrong number, press [Direct/CLR] to delete the last entry. • To deactivate the PBC function, press [7] then the direct selecting buttons to select a track number. Selecting playback mode For DVD/DVD-VR Selects Repeat playback mode For VCD (without PBC)/CD/DivX/MPEG1/ MPEG2/MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC Selects Repeat playback mode* Selects Random playback mode* * You cannot activate the repeat mode and the random mode at the same time. • Each time you press the button, the playback mode changes. (The corresponding indicator lights up.) – Available items differ depending on the types of loaded disc and playback file. Indicator Playback mode C-REP Repeats current chapter. T-REP Repeats current title/ program. REP Repeats current track. FO-REP Repeats all tracks of the current folder. RDM Randomly plays all tracks. FO-RDM Randomly plays all tracks of current folder, then tracks of next folders. To cancel, press the button repeatedly until the indicator disappears. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 21 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 21 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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22 English <DISC Mode> settings Disc Setup items Selectable setting/item Initial: Underlined For DVD/DVD-VR Menu Language Select the initial disc menu language; Initial English (☞ page 67). Subtitle Language Select the initial subtitle language or erase the subtitle (OFF); Initial English (☞ page 67). Audio Language Select the initial audio language; Initial English (☞ page 67). Down Mix When playing back a multi-channel disc, this setting affects the signals reproduced through the front and/or rear speakers. ♦Dolby Surround : Select this to enjoy multi-channel surround audio with Dolby Surround. ♦Stereo : Normally select this. Dynamic Range Control You can change the dynamic range while playing Dolby Digital software. ♦Wide : Select this to enjoy a powerful sound at a low volume level with its full dynamic range. ♦Normal : Select this to reduce the dynamic range a little. ♦Dialog : Select this to reproduce the movie dialog more clearly. For discs except VCD/CD Screen Ratio Select the monitor type to watch a wide screen picture on the external monitor. ♦16:9 ♦4:3 LB (Letterbox) ♦4:3 PS (PanScan) For discs containing audio/video/picture files File Type Select the playback file type when a disc contains different types of files. ♦Audio ♦Still Image ♦Video ♦Audio&Video : Plays back audio files. : Plays back JPEG files. : Plays back DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2 files. : Plays back audio files and DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2 files. • For playable file types, ☞ page 17. • If the disc contains no files of the selected type, the existing files are played in the following order: audio, video, then still image. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 22 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 22 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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English 23 • This unit can play JPEG/DivX/MPEG1/ MPEG2/MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC files stored in a USB mass storage class device. • This unit can recognize a total of 5 000 files and 250 folders (a maximum of 999 files per folder). • Make sure all important data has been backed up to avoid losing the data. Connecting a USB device You can connect a USB mass storage class device such as a USB memory, Digital Audio Player etc. to the unit. • You cannot connect a computer or portable HDD to the USB input terminal. • To connect a USB device, ☞ page 75. When a USB device is connected... The source changes to“USB”and playback starts. • All tracks in the USB device will be played repeatedly until you change the source. To disconnect the USB device safely Press [0], then disconnect the USB device after“No Device”appears. Cautions: • 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 the USB card reader. • When connecting with a USB cable, use the USB 2.0 cable. • The maximum number of characters: – Folder names : 50 characters – File names : 50 characters • Avoid using the USB device if it might effect driving safety. • Do not pull out and connect the USB device repeatedly while“Reading...”is shown on the screen. • 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. • 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 temperature to avoid deformation or damage to the device. Playing a USB device USB operations EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 23 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 23 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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24 English • Available items differ depending on the types of playback file. *1 To cancel random or repeat mode, press the button repeatedly until the indicator disappears. *2 You cannot activate the repeat mode and the random mode at the same time. *3 Search speed varies depending on the type of disc or file. <USB Mode> settings Setting <File Type> Audio Plays back audio files. Still Image Plays back JPEG files. Video Plays back DivX/MPEG1/ MPEG2 files. Audio&Video Plays back audio files and DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2 files. • If the USB device contains no files of the selected type, the existing files are played in the following order: audio, video, then still image. Setting <Screen Ratio> Select the monitor type to watch a wide screen picture on the external monitor. 16:9 4:3 LB (Letterbox) 4:3 PS (PanScan) Setting <Drive Select> Press [Next]. Switches between internal and external memory source of the connected device (such as mobile phone). • To display the source control screen, ☞ page 14. • To change settings for video playback, ☞ page 20. File type Playback status (3: play/8: pause) Playing time • DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2/MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC: Folder no./Track no. • JPEG: Folder no./File no. Track/file information (for MP3/WMA/WAV/ AAC) • Pressing [<] scrolls the text if not all of the text is shown. Only for MP3/WMA/ WAV/AAC: While playing, the jacket picture is shown if the file has the tag data including the jacket picture. ☞ page 36 Playback mode [ ] Selects repeat playback mode. *1 *2 • REP: Repeats the current track. • FO-REP: Repeats all tracks in the current folder. [ ] Selects random playback mode. *1 *2 • RDM: Randomly plays all tracks. • FO-RDM: Randomly plays all tracks in the folder. [0] Press this button before disconnecting. (☞ page 23) [ ] Displays the folder/track list. (☞ page 19) [3 8] Starts/pauses playback. [4] [¢] Selects a track. [1] [¡] Reverse/forward search.*3 [ ] [ ] Selects a folder. [MODE] Enters the <USB Mode> settings. (☞ below) [MENU] Displays the <Top Menu> screen. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 24 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 24 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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English 25 Preparation • Connect iPod/iPhone. (☞ page 75) – When connecting iPhone/iPod touch, turn off App beforehand; otherwise the playback may not be started after connection. • Use the following cables: – To watch the video and to listen to the music (analog): USB Audio and Video cable for iPod/iPhone—KCA-iP22F/KCA- iP202 (optional accessory) – To listen to the music (digital): USB Audio cable for iPod/iPhone—KCA-iP102 (optional accessory) • Select appropriate input settings on <AV Input> according to the connection method (☞ the right column) • Do not use extension cables. iPod/iPhone that can be connected to this unit: Made for – iPod with video – iPod classic – iPod nano (6th Generation) – iPod nano (5th Generation) – iPod nano (4th Generation) – iPod nano (3rd Generation) – iPod touch (4th Generation) – iPod touch (3rd Generation) – iPod touch (2nd Generation) – iPod touch (1st Generation) – iPhone 4S – iPhone 4 – iPhone 3GS – iPhone 3G – iPhone Settings for iPod playback When the source is“iPod”... 1 Listening to the iPod/iPhone device 2 Audiobooks Selects the speed of audio books. Artwork Shows/hides the iPod artwork. Setting <AV Input> for iPod/iPhone playback You can change the setting only when [STANDBY] is selected on <Top Menu>. (☞ page 12) 1 On <Top Menu>: 2 AV-IN2 Select this when connecting the iPod/iPhone using the USB Audio cable for iPod/ iPhone. iPod Select this when connecting the iPod/iPhone using the USB Audio and Video cable for iPod/iPhone EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 25 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 25 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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26 English iPod/iPhone playback operations from the unit • To display the source control screen, ☞ page 14. • To change settings for video playback, ☞ page 20. Playback status (3: play/8: pause) Playing time Current track number/total track number Song/video information • Pressing [<] scrolls the text if not all of the text is shown. While playing, Artwork (the picture displayed on the screen of iPod/iPhone) is shown if the song contains the Artwork.*1 ☞ page 36 Playback mode [MODE] Enter the <iPod Mode> settings. (☞ page 25) [38] Starts/pauses playback. [ ] Selects Repeat playback mode.*2 • REP: Functions the same as “Repeat One.” [ ] Selects Random playback mode.*2 • RDM: Functions the same as “Shuffle Songs.” • A-RDM: Functions the same as“Shuffle Albums.” [ ] Displays the audio/video file list. (☞ page 27) [4] [¢] Selects an audio/video file.*3 [1] [¡] Reverse/forward search. [APP] Select to control playback from the iPod/iPhone—iPod/iPhone control mode.*4 (☞ page 27) [MENU] Displays the <Top Menu> screen. *1 For changing the Artwork display setting, ☞ page 25. *2 To cancel random or repeat mode, press the button repeatedly until the indicator disappears. Not available in iPod control mode. (☞ page 27) *3 Resume playback is unavailable for video files. *4 When using iPod with video, you can control playback only from the unit. • 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 is slow, reset your iPod/iPhone. • For the latest compatible list and software version of iPod/iPhone, see: www.kenwood.com/cs/ce/ipod EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 26 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 26 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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English 27 Selecting an audio/video file from the menu 1 2 Select the menu (audio or video) (1), a category (2), then a desired item (3). • Select the item in the selected layer until a desired file starts playing. Audio menu: Switches between audio ( ) and video ( ) Starts folder playback Changes the page Returns to the top layer Returns to the previous layer Video menu: Switches between audio ( ) and video ( ) • Available categories differ depending on the type of your iPod/iPhone. Controlling playback from the iPod/iPhone You can play back the audio/video files or use App by operating iPod/iPhone itself instead of the unit. • When you are using Garmin StreetPilot® Onboard, the screen appears. For Garmin StreetPilot® Onboard for iPhone, visit the Garmin web site: www.garmin.com Garmin App: • The current position of your vehicle appears on the map. When the vehicle runs, the map scrolls. • The screens of the iPhone and unit are not the same. • To return to the normal mode, press [APP]. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 27 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 27 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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28 English Using the smartphone — MirrorLink Basic MirrorLink operations 1 Connect your smartphone to the SMARTPHONE ADAPTER unit (KCA-ML100). 2 On <Top Menu>: A combination of your smartphone screen and control buttons appears as follows: Displays the home screen of your specialized application. Displays the menu option of your specialized application. Displays the information on the firmware (the version and GPS status). (☞ page 29) Returns to the previous screen. • An unavailable button is disabled. You can operate the applications on the touch panel screen as well as on your smartphone screen. (Only for DDX6023BT/DDX6053BT/ DDX4023BT/DDX4053BT/DDX3053/ DDX42BT/DDX35) You can connect the SMARTPHONE ADAPTER unit (KCA-ML100: optional accessory) to the NAV I/F input terminal, and a smartphone (not supplied) to the SMARTPHONE ADAPTER unit so that you can view the smartphone screen. (☞ page 76) This product offers the“MirrorLink”function that virtually“mirrors”applications on your smartphone screen directly on the touch panel screen. • Only MirrorLink-compatible smartphones are available. For compatible smartphones, visit the following website: http://kenwood.com/cs/ce/ • To use MirrorLink, the specialized application must be installed in the compatible smartphone. • After connecting to a smartphone that is compatible with this unit, the application’s home screen will appear on the touch panel screen. • MirrorLink will be unavailable if you start another application on the smartphone while the specialized application is used. To use the specialized application in MirrorLink again, remove and insert the micro-USB cable connected to the smartphone. Preparation: Select <MirrorLink> for <NAV IF Input> while the [STANDBY] is selected on <Top Menu> so that <MirrorLink> is selectable as the source on <Top Menu> (☞ page 46). EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 28 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 28 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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English 29 Updating the firmware Check the firmware version, and if necessary, update the firmware. (You do not need to connect your smartphone.) • Do not turn off the power during update. 1 Visit the website (http:// kenwood.com/cs/ce/), download the update data, and save it to the root folder of an SD or SDHC card. 2 Use a ball-point pen or the like to remove the SD cover. While the power is on, insert the SD or SDHC card containing the update data. Reset button LED SMARTPHONE ADAPTER unit (KCA-ML100) 3 Press the reset button of the SMARTPHONE ADAPTER unit. The update is completed successfully when the green LED lights up. (It takes approximately 30 seconds.) If the update fails, the red LED lights up. 4 Remove the SD or SDHC card. 5 Place the SD cover over the slot. 6 Press the reset button of the SMARTPHONE ADAPTER unit. 7 Display the firmware information screen to confirm that it has been updated successfully. (☞ page 28) EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 29 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 29 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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30 English Listening to the radio • The ST indicator lights up when receiving an FM stereo broadcast with sufficient signal strength. [P1] – [P6] • Selects a stored station. (Press) • Stores the current station. (Hold) [MODE] Enters the <Tuner Mode> settings. (☞ page 31) [TI] Activates/deactivates TI standby reception mode. (☞ page 33) [MONO]* Activates/deactivates monaural mode for better FM reception. (Stereo effect will be lost.) • The MONO indicator lights up while monaural mode is activated. [TEXT] Displays/hides the information of the current station (☞ page 31). [PTY]* Enters the PTY search mode. (☞ page 32) [AM] Selects AM band. [FM] Selects FM band. [SEEK] Changes the seek mode. • AUTO1: Auto Search • AUTO2: Tunes in stations in memory one after another. • MANU: Manual Search [4] [¢] Searches for a station. • The search method differs according to the selected seek mode (☞ above) [MENU] Displays the <Top Menu> screen. * Appears only when FM is selected as the source. ☞ page 36 RDS indicator EON indicator: Lights up when a Radio Data System station is sending EON signals. Standby reception indicators (☞ page 33) AF indicator (☞ page 34) LO.S indicator (☞ page 31) Text information • Pressing [<] scrolls the text if not all of the text is shown. Band no./preset no./the station frequency currently tuned in Seek mode indicator ST/MONO indicator Press to switch the information between Radio Text, Radio Text Plus, and PTY code. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 30 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 30 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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English 31 Changing the display information Preset list Displays the text information PS (station name) for FM Radio Data System when PS signal is coming in Tuning in FM stations only with strong signals—Local Seek 1 2 ON Select this to tune in only to stations with sufficient signal strength. The LO.S indicator lights up. OFF Deactivate the function. Storing stations in memory You can preset six stations for each band. Automatic presetting—AME (Auto Memory) 1 2 (Hold) Local stations with the strongest signals are searched and stored automatically. Manual presetting 1 Tune in to a station you want to preset. (☞ page 30) 2 Select a preset number. (Hold) The station selected in step 1 is stored. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 31 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 31 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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32 English Selecting a preset station The following features are available only for FM Radio Data System stations. Searching for FM Radio Data System program—PTY Search You can search for your favorite programs being broadcast by selecting the PTY code. 1 2 Select a PTY code. Changes the page (Hold) PTY Search starts. If there is a station broadcasting a program of the same PTY code as you have selected, that station is tuned in. • Only English/Spanish/French/German/ Dutch/Portuguese are available for the text language here. If another language has been selected in <Language> (☞ page 46), the text language is set to English. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 32 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 32 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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English 33 Activating/deactivating TI/News Standby Reception TI Standby Reception TI indicator TI indicator TI Standby Reception Lights in white The unit will temporarily switch to Traffic Information (TI) if available. Lights in orange Not yet activated. Tune in to another station providing the Radio Data System signals. Goes off Deactivated. • The volume adjustment for Traffic Information is automatically memorized. The next time the unit switches to Traffic Information, the volume is set to the previous level. News Standby Reception 1 NEWS indicator 2 00min – 90min Activates News Standby Reception (the NEWS indicator lights up). Select the period of time to disable interruption. OFF Deactivates News Standby Reception. • The volume adjustment while receiving News is automatically memorized. The next time the unit switches to News, the volume is set to the previous level. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 33 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 33 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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34 English Tracing the same program— 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 program with stronger signals. When shipped from the factory, Network- Tracking Reception is activated. To change the Network-Tracking Reception setting 1 2 AF Switches to another station. The program may differ from the one currently received (the AF indicator lights up). AF Reg Switches to another station broadcasting the same program (the AF indicator lights up). OFF Cancels. • The RDS indicator lights up when the Network-Tracking Reception is activated and an FM Radio Data System station is found. Automatic TI station seek— Auto TP Seek When traffic information station reception is poor, the unit automatically searches for another station that can be received better. To activate Auto TP Seek 1 2 To deactivate, select <OFF>. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 34 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 34 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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English 35 AV-IN name (☞ below) ☞ page 36 1 Connect external components to AV-IN1 and iPod/AV-IN2 input terminals. To connect external components, ☞ pages 75 and 76. 2 Select“AV-IN 1”or“AV-IN 2”as the source. (☞ page 14) Using other external components AV-IN To display the source control screen, ☞ page 14. [MODE] Changes the AV-IN name. • Press [2] or [3] to select an AV-IN name. • This setting does not affect the source name“AV-IN 1”/“AV-IN 2” displayed on <Top Menu>. [MENU] Displays the <Top Menu> screen. 3 Turn on the connected component and start playing the source. You can connects external components to the AV-IN1 and iPod/AV-IN2 input terminals. Preparation: If you want to use“AV-IN2”, select [AV-IN2] for <AV Input> setting. (☞page 46) • No preparation is required for“AV-IN1”. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 35 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 35 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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36 English To view the navigation screen On <Top Menu>: or On any screen: The navigation screen is activated. • While the navigation screen is displayed, the touch panel operations are available only for using navigation function. • The aspect ratio of the navigation screen is fixed to <FULL> regardless of the <Aspect> setting (☞ page 42). To cancel the navigation screen DDX6023BT/ DDX6053BT DDX4023BT/ DDX4053BT/ DDX3023/ DDX3053 DDX42BT/ DDX35 Settings for navigation unit 1 On <Top Menu>: Using the external navigation unit You can connect a navigation unit (KNA-G620T: optional accessory) to the navigation input terminal so that you can view the navigation screen. (☞ page 76) The navigation guidance comes out of the front speakers even when you listen to an audio source. Preparation: Select <NAV> for <NAV IF Input> while [STANDBY] is selected on <Top Menu> so that <NAV> is selectable as the source on <Top Menu> (☞ page 46). 2 3 Guidance Select front speakers used for the navigation guidance. Volume Adjust the volume of the navigation guidance. (0 to 35) NAV Mute Select [ON] to attenuate the sound coming out of speakers other than the front speakers during navigation guidance. NAV Setup Press [Enter] to display the setup screen for the navigation unit. See the instruction manual supplied for the navigation unit. EN_AV_external.indd 36 EN_AV_external.indd 36 12/11/13 15:54 12/11/13 15:54
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English 37 Sound adjustment Selecting a preset sound mode 1 On <Top Menu>: 2 3 Select a sound mode. Changes the page Storing your own adjustment Customizing preset sound mode 1 Select a sound mode. (☞ “Selecting a preset sound mode”) 2 Set <SystemQ- Ex> to [OFF] (1), then press [Tone] (2). 3 Adjust the level of each band (1), then select the subwoofer level* (2). Selects the band The adjustments are stored and <User> is activated. • You can also display the <Tone> screen by pressing AUD (only for DDX6023BT/ DDX6053BT/DDX3023/DDX3053/ DDX35) or VOL/ATT/AUD knob (only for DDX4023BT/DDX4053BT) on the monitor panel. * Adjustable only when the subwoofer is activated. (☞ page 44) Using the sound equalization • The adjustment is memorized for each source until you adjust the sound again. If the source is a disc, the adjustment is stored for each of the following categories. – DVD/DVD-VR/VCD – CD – DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2/MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC • You cannot adjust the sound when the unit is in standby. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 37 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 37 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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38 English Adjusting the crossover frequency 1 On <Top Menu>: 2 3 Select the item to adjust, then make adjustment. Adjusts the subwoofer level. Adjusts the cross over frequency. Selects the phase for the subwoofer. *2 Adjusts the crossover for front or rear speakers (high pass filter). Adjusts the crossover for subwoofer (low pass filter).*1 *1 Adjustable only when the subwoofer is activated. (☞ page 44) *2 Not selectable when <Freq> is set to <Through>. Adjusting the sound precisely 1 Perform steps 1 and 2 of “Selecting a preset sound mode,”then... 2 3 Adjust the sound of each band. Selects the band Flat Changes level of Bass/ Middle/Treble to 0. Frequency Selects frequency. Level Adjusts level. Q Factor Adjusts the width of the frequency. Bass EXT Activates/deactivates bass. SW Level Adjusts subwoofer level.* The adjustments are stored and <User> is activated. * Adjustable only when the subwoofer is activated. (☞ page 44) EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 38 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 38 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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English 39 To select a panel color For making your own color adjustment, ☞ below Variable color illumination • Illumination color changes gradually. Making your own color adjustment • You can make your own color adjustment only when <User> is selected. 1 2 3 User color adjuster: You can make your own color adjustment stored in <User>. Dimmer setting: You can make the color adjustment for each dimmer setting. 1 On <Top Menu>: 2 3 Select an item to change ([Background] or [Panel Color]). 4 Select a background/panel color. To select a background For setting your favorite scene as the background, ☞ page 40 Changing the display design You can change the background and panel color. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 39 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 39 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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40 English Using your favorite scene as the background While playing a video or JPEG, you can capture an image and use the captured image as a background. • You cannot capture copyrighted content and images from iPod/iPhone, or videos/ JPEG from smartphone. • When using a JPEG file as the background, make sure that the resolution is 800 x 600 pixels. • The color of the captured image may look different from that of the actual scene. 1 Play a video or JPEG. 2 Display the <User Customize> screen. (☞ page 39) 3 4 Adjust the image. [38]* Starts/Pauses playback. [ 3]* Advances scenes frame-by- frame. [ ] Magnifies the scene. (<OFF>, <Zoom1> – <Zoom3>) [5] [∞] [2] [3] Moves the zooming frame. • To cancel the capture screen, press [Cancel]. * Not displayed when playing an external component connected to AV-IN1 or iPod/ AV-IN2 input terminal. 5 Capture the image displayed on the screen. A confirmation message appears. Press [Yes] to store the newly captured image. (The existing image is replaced with the new one.) • Press [No] to return to the previous screen. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 40 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 40 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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English 41 Setting for video playback You can change the setting for video playback. Picture adjustment You can adjust the picture quality. 1 Display the adjustment menu. 2 Select [DIM ON] (dimmer on) or [DIM OFF] (dimmer off). 3 Adjust the picture (–15 to +15). Adjusts the brightness Adjusts the contrast Adjusts the tint* Adjusts the color Adjusts the blackness Adjusts the sharpness * Adjustable only when the incoming signal is NTSC. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 41 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 41 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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42 English Changing the aspect ratio You can change the aspect ratio for video playback. 1 2 4:3 signal 16:9 signal FULL*: For 16:9 original pictures JUST: For 4:3LB original pictures Normal*: For 4:3 original pictures Auto: • For“DISC”/”USB”only: The aspect ratio is automatically selected to match to the incoming signals. * While DivX is played back with <Screen Ratio> set to <16:9> (for disc: ☞ page 22/ for USB: ☞ page 24), the aspect ratio is not set correctly. Zooming picture You can zoom the picture (<Zoom1> to <Zoom3>). • When <Aspect> is set to <JUST> or <Auto> (☞ the left column), the picture is zoomed with the aspect ratio of the <FULL> setting. 1 2 [5] [∞] [2] [3] : Moves the zooming frame. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 42 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 42 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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English 43 Activating the rear view camera 1 On <Top Menu>: 2 To deactivate, select [OFF]. Displaying the picture from the rear view camera The rear view screen is displayed when you shift the gear to the reverse (R) position. • To erase the caution message, touch the screen. Using a rear view camera • To use a rear view camera, the REVERSE lead connection is required. For connecting a rear view camera, ☞ page 76. To display the picture from the rear view camera manually DDX6023BT/DDX6053BT (Hold) DDX4023BT/ DDX4053BT*1 DDX3023/ DDX3053*2 (Hold) (Hold) DDX42BT*1 DDX35*2 (Hold) (Hold) When displaying the picture from the rear view camera manually, you can change the setting of the picture. (☞ pages 41 and 42 ) To erase the rear view screen, press and hold the same button again. *1 This operation works only when <TEL Key Long Press> is set to <R-CAM>. (☞ page 47) *2 This operation works only when <AUD Key Long Press> is set to <R-CAM>. (☞ page 47) EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 43 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 43 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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44 English Setting menu items • You cannot change <Audio> settings when [STANDBY] is selected on <Top Menu>. (☞ page 12) Menu item Selectable setting/item Initial: Underlined Audio Fader/Balance Fader : Adjust the front and rear speaker output balance. ♦F6 to R6; Initial 0 • When using a two-speaker system, set the fader to the center (0). Balance : Adjust the left and right speaker output balance. ♦L6 to R6; Initial 0 Press [5/∞/2/3] or drag [ ] to adjust. • To clear the adjustment, press [Center]. Equalizer Change the sound mode or adjust and store the equalization for each source. (☞ page 37) ♦Natural/Rock/Pops/Easy/Top40/Jazz/User Loudness You can activate/deactivate the loudness function. ♦ON : Boost low and high frequencies to produce a well-balanced sound at a low volume level. The LOUD indicator lights up. ♦OFF : Cancels. X’over Adjust the crossover frequency. (☞ page 38) Volume Offset Adjust and store the auto-adjustment volume level for each source. (For discs, the adjustment is stored for each of the following categories: DVD/DVD-VR/VCD, CD, and DivX/ MPEG1/MPEG2/MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC.) The volume level will automatically increase or decrease when you change the source. ♦–15 to +6; Initial 0 Subwoofer ♦ON ♦OFF : Activates the subwoofer. : Cancels. Speaker Select Select the size of the connected speaker. ♦Standard/Narrow/Middle/Wide EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 44 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 44 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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English 45 Menu item Selectable setting/item Initial: Underlined Display Dimmer ♦Auto : Dims the screen and button illumination when you turn on the headlights. ♦ON : Activates dimmer. ♦OFF : Cancels. ♦NAV : Activates or deactivates dimmer according to the day/night display setting of the connected navigation unit. User Customize Change the display design (background and panel color). (☞ page 39) OSD Clock ♦ON : Displays the clock while a video source is played back. ♦OFF : Cancels. Scroll ♦ON : Repeats scrolling. ♦Once : Scrolls the displayed information once. ♦OFF : Cancels. • Pressing [<] scrolls the text regardless of the setting. Menu Customize Change the items to display on the <Top Menu> screen. (☞ page 15) Screen Adjust Adjust the brightness and blackness of the screen. Select the dimmer mode (<DIM ON> or <DIM OFF>) for adjustment, then change the following settings: ♦Bright : Adjusts brightness (–15 to +15; Initial 0 for <DIM ON>/+15 for <DIM OFF>). ♦Black : Adjusts blackness (–15 to +15; Initial 0). Video Output* Select the color system of the external monitor. ♦NTSC/PAL Angle Only for DDX6023BT/ DDX6053BT Adjust the panel angle. (☞ page 11) * “Please power off”appears when the setting is changed. Turn off the power, then turn on to enable the change. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 45 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 45 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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46 English Menu item Selectable setting/item Initial: Underlined Input AV Input You can determine the use of the iPod/AV-IN2 input terminal. ♦AV-IN2 : Select to play an AV component connected to the iPod/AV-IN2 input terminal. ♦iPod : Select when connecting the iPod/iPhone using the USB Audio and Video cable for iPod/iPhone. (☞ page 75) R-CAM Interrupt ♦ON : Displays the picture from the rear view camera when you shift the gear to the reverse (R) position. ♦OFF : Select this when no camera is connected. NAV I/F Input*1 Only for DDX6023BT/ DDX6053BT/ DDX4023BT/ DDX4053BT/DDX3053/ DDX42BT/DDX35 ♦NAV : Enables to select“NAV”as the source. ♦MirrorLink : Enables to select“MirrorLink”as the source. NAV Mute*2 Attenuate the sound coming out of speakers other than the front speakers during navigation guidance. Navigation*3 Change the navigation settings. (☞ page 36) System Language*1 Select the text language used for on-screen information. ♦English/Spanish/French/German/Italian/Dutch/ Russian/Portuguese/Chinese-Simplified/Chinese- Traditional/Thai/Turkish/Arabic/Persian/Hebrew/ Greek/Indonesia/Korean; Initial for DDX6023BT/ DDX4023BT/DDX3023/DDX42BT: English, for DDX6053BT/ DDX4053BT/DDX3053/DDX35: Russian • 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 : Select a language (<English> or <Local>: the language selected above) used for displaying operation buttons and menu items. *1 “Please power off”appears when the setting is changed. Turn off the power, then turn on to enable the change. *2 Appears when <NAV I/F Input> is set to [MirrorLink]. *3 Appears when <NAV I/F Input> is set to [NAV]. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 46 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 46 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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English 47 Menu item Selectable setting/item Initial: Underlined System Clock Adjust the clock time. (☞ page 10) Beep ♦ON ♦OFF : Activates the key-touch tone. : Cancels. Remote Sensor ♦ON ♦OFF : Activates the remote sensor. : Cancels. SETUP Memory You can memorize, recall, clear, or lock the settings you have made. (☞ page 48) Bluetooth Setup Only for DDX6023BT/ DDX6053BT/ DDX4023BT/ DDX4053BT/DDX42BT Configures settings for using a Bluetooth device, such as connection and other general operations. (☞ page 52) TEL Key Long Press Only for DDX4023BT/ DDX4053BT/DDX42BT Assigns the function of the TEL button when held. ♦V-OFF : Turns off the screen. (☞ page 12) ♦VOICE : Activates voice dialing. (☞ page 54) ♦R-CAM : Displays the picture from the rear view camera. (☞ page 43) AUD Key Long Press Only for DDX3023/ DDX3053/DDX35 Assigns the function of the AUD button when held. ♦V-OFF : Turns off the screen. (☞ page 12) ♦R-CAM : Displays the picture from the rear view camera. (☞ page 43) DivX(R) VOD 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. • Press [Enter] to display the information. • To return to the previous screen, press [OK]. Security Code Register the security code for the unit. (☞ page 7) SI Activate or deactivate the security function. (☞ page 7) Serial Number Displays the serial number. Touch Panel Adjust Adjust the touch position of the buttons on screen. (☞ page 48) System Information Displays the version information on the software. You can update the software. (☞ page 6) EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 47 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 47 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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48 English Memorizing/recalling the settings You can memorize the settings changed in the <Setup> menu and recall the memorized settings anytime. • The memorized settings are kept even when the unit is reset. 1 On <Setup>: 2 • To cancel, press [No]. 3 Select an operation. [Recall]: Recalls the memorized settings. [Memory]: Memorizes the current settings. [Clear]: Clears the currently memorized settings. • To cancel, press [Cancel]. Confirmation message appears. Press [Yes]. Locking the settings You can lock the settings to prevent them from being changed. • is shown beside the settings that can be locked. 1 On <Setup>: 2 To unlock the setting, press [Unlock]. Adjusting the touch position You can adjust the touch position on the touch panel if the position touched and the operation performed do not match. 1 On <Setup>: 2 Touch the center of the marks at the lower left and at the upper right as instructed. • To reset the touch position, press [Reset]. • To cancel the current operation, press [Cancel]. EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 48 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 48 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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English 49 Information for using Bluetooth® devices • While driving, do not perform complicated operations such as dialing the numbers, using phonebook, etc. When you perform these operations, stop your car in a safe place. • Some Bluetooth devices may not be connected to this unit depending on the Bluetooth version of the device. • This unit may not work for some Bluetooth devices. • Connecting condition may vary depending on circumstances around you. • When the unit is turned off, the device is disconnected. BLUETOOTH OPERATIONS (Only for DDX6023BT/DDX6053BT/DDX4023BT/DDX4053BT/DDX42BT) Bluetooth is a short-range wireless radio communication technology for the mobile device such as mobile phones, portable PCs, and other devices. The Bluetooth devices can be connected without cables and communicate with each other. Bluetooth operations Preparation: Bluetooth adapter KS-UBT1 has been attached. Connect the microphone (supplied)beforehand.(☞ pages74and78) DDX6023BT/DDX6053BT Bluetooth adapter (KS-UBT1) DDX4023BT/DDX4053BT/DDX42BT Bluetooth adapter (KS-UBT1) EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 49 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 49 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27
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50 English Registering a new Bluetooth device When you connect a Bluetooth device to the unit for the first time, make pairing between the unit and the device for registration. Pairing allows Bluetooth devices to communicate each other. • The pairing method differs depending on the Bluetooth version of the device. – For the device with Bluetooth 2.1: You can pair the device and the unit using SSP (Secure Simple Pairing) which only requests confirmation. – For the device with Bluetooth 2.0: You need to enter a PIN code both on the device and unit for pairing. • Once the pairing is complete, it is registered in the unit even if you reset the unit. Up to 5 devices can be registered in total. • Only one device for Bluetooth phone and one for Bluetooth audio can be connected at a time. • To use the Bluetooth function, you need to turn on Bluetooth function of the device. • To use the registered device, you need to connect the device to the unit. (☞ page 51) Pairing a Bluetooth device using SSP (for Bluetooth 2.1) When the Bluetooth device is compatible with Bluetooth 2.1, pairing request is sent from the available device. Confirm the request both on the device and the unit. Rejects the request Connecting Bluetooth devices Pairing a Bluetooth device using a PIN code (for Bluetooth2.0) • The maximum digit of the PIN code that can be set is 16. 1 On <Top Menu>: 2 Display the <Bluetooth Setup> screen. 3 Change the PIN code. • If you skip changing the PIN code, go to step 4. Deletes last entry PIN code (initial: 0000) EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 50 EN_GET0909-001A_EQ.indb 50 12/11/13 15:27 12/11/13 15:27

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