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JVC KD-G441 Installation
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|bruce384||8:11pm on Wednesday, September 29th, 2010|
|Does What It Says On The Tin For the price the build quality and sound is very good.|
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|Great stereo Works as intended. Good sound, nice features. It lost a star because the cable for plugging into the MP3 player was a dud. Awsome - LOVE IT. Great player has everything I need and looks good too. Easy to operate. Recommended buy.|
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For canceling the display demonstration, see page 5.
For installation and connections, refer to the separate manual.
Thank you for purchasing a JVC product. Please read all instructions carefully before operation, to ensure your complete understanding and to obtain the best possible performance from the unit.
IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS
1. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT 2. CAUTION: Do not open the top cover. There are no user serviceable parts inside the unit; leave all servicing to qualified service personnel. 3. CAUTION: Visible and/or invisible class 1M laser radiation when open. Do not view directly with optical instruments. 4. REPRODUCTION OF LABEL: CAUTION LABEL, PLACED OUTSIDE THE UNIT.
Note: Only for [EX] model users in UK and European countries
This symbol is only valid in the European Union. For security reasons, a numbered ID card is provided with this unit, and the same ID number is imprinted on the units chassis. Keep the card in a safe place, as it will help the authorities to identify your unit if stolen.
Information for Users on Disposal of Old Equipment This symbol indicates that the product with this symbol should not be disposed as general household waste at its end-of-life. If you wish to dispose of this product, 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.
Do not raise the volume level too much, as this will block outside sounds, making driving dangerous. Stop the car before performing any complicated operations.
Temperature inside the car.
If you have parked the car for a long time in hot or cold weather, wait until the temperature in the car becomes normal before operating the unit. The control panel illustrations used for explanation in this manual is of KD-G441.
If you need to operate the unit while driving, be sure to look around carefully or you may be involved in a traffic accident.
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How to reset your unit
Control panel KD-G441/KD-G351. 4 Getting started.. 5
Basic operations.. 5
Your preset adjustments will also be erased.
Radio operations.. 6 FM RDS operations.. 7
Searching for your favorite FM RDS programme. 7
How to forcibly eject a disc
Disc/USB device operations.. 10
Playing a disc in the unit.. 10 Playing from a USB device.. 10
Be careful not to drop the disc when it ejects. If this does not work, reset your unit.
How to use the M MODE button
If you press M MODE, the unit goes into functions mode, then the number buttons and 5/ buttons will work as different function buttons. Ex.: When number button 2 works as MO (monaural) button.
Sound adjustments.. 13 General settings PSM. 14 Other external component operations. 16 Remote controller RM-RK50. 17 More about this unit.. 18 Maintenance. 21 Troubleshooting. 22 Specifications.. 24 Detaching the control panel
To use these buttons for their original functions, press M MODE again. Waiting for about 5 seconds without pressing any of these buttons will automatically cancels the functions mode.
KD-G441 is equipped with the steering wheel remote control function. See the Installation/Connection Manual (separate volume) for connection.
Attaching the control panel
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Control panel KD-G441/KD-G351
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5 (up) / (down) buttons 0 (eject) button (standby/on attenuator) button Control dial Remote sensor For KD-G441: You can control this unit with an optionally purchased remote controller. For details, see page 17. DO NOT expose the remote sensor to strong light (direct sunlight or artificial lighting). BAND button Loading slot Display window T/P (traffic programme/programme type) button DISP (display) button (control panel release) button SRC (source) button 4 / buttons AUX (auxiliary) button SEL (select) button M MODE button EQ (equalizer) button MO (monaural) button
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SSM (Strong-station Sequential Memory) button Number buttons RPT (repeat) button RND (random) button AUX (auxiliary) input jack USB (Universal Serial Bus) input jack Source display / Track number / Folder number / Time countdown indicator Tr (track) indicator RDS indicatorsAF, REG, TP, PTY Playback mode / item indicatorsRND (random), (disc), (folder), RPT (repeat) Tuner reception indicatorsST (stereo), MO (monaural) Sound mode (iEQ: intelligent equalizer) indicators CLASSIC, HIP HOP, JAZZ, ROCK, POPS, USER LOUD (loudness) indicator EQ (equalizer) indicator Disc information indicators TAG (Tag information), (folder), (track/file) DISC indicator Main display
Turn on the power.
To turn off the power
* You cannot select these sources if they are not ready or not connected. See also General settings PSM on pages 14 16.
For FM/AM tuner
Adjust the volume.
1 Canceling the display demonstrations
Select DEMO, then DEMO OFF.
2 Setting the clock
Volume level appears.
Select CLOCK HOUR, then adjust the hour. Select CLOCK MIN (minute), then adjust the minute. Select 24H/12H, then 24 HOUR or 12 HOUR.
Adjust the sound as you want. (See page 13.) Caution on volume setting:
Finish the procedure.
Digital devices (CD/USB) 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.
To check the current clock time while the power is turned off
Clock time is shown on the display for about 5 seconds. See also page 14.
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To drop the volume in a moment (ATT) To restore the sound, press the button again.
When an FM stereo broadcast is hard to receive
Lights up when monaural mode is activated.
Lights up when receiving an FM stereo broadcast with sufficient signal strength.
Reception improves, but the stereo effect will be lost. To restore the stereo effect, repeat the same procedure. MONO OFF appears and the MO indicator goes off.
Start searching for a station.
Storing stations in memory
You can preset six stations for each band. When a station is received, searching stops. To stop searching, press the same button again.
To tune in to a station manually
In step ! above.
FM station automatic presetting SSM (Strong-station Sequential Memory)
Select the FM band (FM1 FM3) you want to store into.
2 Select a desired station frequency.
SSM flashes, then disappears when automatic presetting is over. Local FM stations with the strongest signals are searched and stored automatically in the FM band.
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Ex.: Storing the FM station of 92.50MHz into preset number 4 of the FM1 band.
FM RDS operations
What you can do with RDS
RDS (Radio Data System) allows FM stations to send an additional signal along with their regular programme signals. By receiving the RDS data, this unit can do the following: Programme Type (PTY) Search (see the following) TA (Traffic Announcement) and PTY Standby Receptions (see pages 8, 9, and 15) Tracing the same programme automatically Network-Tracking Reception (see page 9) Programme Search (see pages 9 and 15)
Preset number flashes for a while.
Listening to a preset station
Searching for your favorite FM RDS programme
You can tune in to a station broadcasting your favorite programme by searching for a PTY code. To store your favorite programme types, see page 8.
Select the preset station (1 6) you want.
The last selected PTY code appears.
Select one of your favorite programme types.
To check the other information while listening to an FM (non-RDS) or AM station
For FM RDS stations, see page 9. Frequency Clock
Select one of the PTY codes (see page 9).
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Start searching for your favorite programme.
Using the standby receptions
TA Standby Reception
TA Standby Reception allows the unit to switch temporarily to Traffic Announcement (TA) from any source other than AM. The volume changes to the preset TA volume level if the current level is lower than the preset level (see page 15). To activate TA Standby Reception The TP (Traffic Programme) indicator either lights up or flashes. If the TP indicator lights up, TA Standby Reception is activated. If the TP indicator flashes, TA Standby Reception is not yet activated. (This occurs when you are listening to an FM station without the RDS signals required for TA Standby Reception.) To activate TA Standby Reception, tune in to another station providing these signals. The TP indicator will stop flashing and remain lit. To deactivate the TA Standby Reception The TP indicator goes off.
If there is a station broadcasting a programme of the same PTY code as you have selected, that station is tuned in.
Storing your favorite programme types
You can store six favorite programme types. Preset programme types in the number buttons (1 to 6):
Select a PTY code (see pages 7 and 8). Select the preset number (1 6) you want to store into.
PTY Standby Reception
Ex.: When ROCK M is selected
PTY Standby Reception allows the unit to switch temporarily to your favorite PTY programme from any source other than AM. To activate and select your favorite PTY code for PTY Standby Reception, see page 15. The PTY indicator either lights up or flashes. If the PTY indicator lights up, PTY Standby Reception is activated. If the PTY indicator flashes, PTY Standby Reception is not yet activated. To activate PTY Standby Reception, tune in to another station providing these signals. The PTY indicator will stop flashing and remain lit.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 to store other PTY codes into other preset numbers. Finish the procedure.
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Tracing 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 RDS station of the same network, possibly broadcasting the same programme with stronger signals (see the illustration below). When shipped from the factory, Network-Tracking Reception is activated. To change the Network-Tracking Reception setting, see AF-REG on page 15.
Programme A broadcasting on different frequency areas (01 05)
Usually when you press the number buttons, the preset station is tuned in. If the signals from the FM RDS preset station are not sufficient for good reception, this unit, using the AF data, tunes in to another frequency broadcasting the same programme as the original preset station is broadcasting. The unit takes some time to tune in to another station using programme search. See also page 15.
To check the current clock time while listening to an FM RDS station
Station name (PS) = Station Frequency = Programme type (PTY) = Clock = (back to the beginning)
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, PHONE IN, TRAVEL, LEISURE, JAZZ, COUNTRY, NATION M (music), OLDIES, FOLK M (music), DOCUMENT
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To deactivate the PTY Standby Reception, select OFF for the PTY code (see page 15). The PTY indicator goes off.
Automatic station selection Programme Search
Disc / USB device operations
: For built-in CD player operations. : For external USB device operations.
If a USB device has been attached.
Playing a disc in the unit
Playback starts from where it has been stopped previously. If a different USB device is currently attached, playback starts from the beginning. To detach the USB device, straightly pull it out from the unit. Removing the USB device will also stop playback. Then, press SRC to listen to another playback source.
All tracks will be played repeatedly until you change the source or eject the disc.
Cautions: To stop play and eject the disc
Press SRC to listen to another playback source. Avoid using the USB device if it might hinder your safety driving. Do not pull out or attach the USB device repeatedly while READING appears on the display. Do not start a car engine if a USB device is connected. This unit may not be able to play the files depending on the type of the USB device. Operation and power supply may not work as intended for some USB devices. You cannot connect a computer to the USB input jack of the unit. Make sure all important data has been backed up to avoid losing the data. Do not leave a USB device in the car, expose to direct sunlight, or high temperature to avoid deformation or cause damage to the USB device. Some USB devices may not work immediately after you turn on the power. For more details about USB operations, see pages 19 and 20.
Mode Plays repeatedly ] TRACK RPT : The current track. [ FOLDER RPT * : All tracks of the current folder. [ ] RPT OFF : Cancels. 7 Random play Mode Plays at random FOLDER RND * : All tracks of the current folder, then the tracks of the next folder and so on. [ ] ALL RND : All tracks of the current disc or USB device. [ ] RND OFF : Cancels. * Only while playing a media (MP3/WMA/USB). [ ] : Corresponding indicator lights up on the display
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You can select a preset sound mode suitable to the music genre (iEQ: intelligent equalizer).
Preset values BAS MID TRE LOUD Indication (For) USER (Flat sound) ROCK (Rock or disco music) CLASSIC (Classical music) POPS (Light music) HIP HOP (Funk or rap music) JAZZ (Jazz music) 00 +03 +00 OFF
MIDDLE *2 (mid-range), [06 to +06] Adjust the mid-range frequencies sound level. TREBLE *2, [06 to +06] Adjust the treble. FADER *3, [R06 to F06] Adjust the front and rear speaker balance. BALANCE *4, [L06 to R06] Adjust the left and right speaker balance. LOUD *5 (loudness), [LOUD ON or LOUD OFF] Boost low and high frequencies to produce a well-balanced sound at a low volume level. SUB.W *1, [00 to 08, initial: 04] Adjust the subwoofer output level. VOL ADJ (volume adjust), [05 to +05, initial: 00] Adjust the volume level of each source (except FM), in relation to the FM volume level. The volume level will automatically increase or decrease when you change the source. Before making an adjustment, select the source you want to adjust. VOLUME, [00 to 50 or 00 to 30] *6 Adjust the volume.
+02 OFF +03 OFF
+02 +01 +02 OFF +04 ++01 OFF 00 +03 OFF
BAS: Bass MID: Mid-range TRE: Treble LOUD: Loudness
Adjusting the sound
You can adjust the sound characteristics to your preference.
*1 For KD-G441: Displayed only when L/O MODE is set to SUB.W (see page 15). *2 When you adjust the bass, mid-range, or treble, the adjustment you have made is stored for the currently selected sound mode (iEQ) including USER. *3 If you are using a two-speaker system, set the fader level to 00. *4 This adjustment will not affect the subwoofer output. *5 The adjustment made (LOUD ON/LOUD OFF) will be applied to all sound modes. *6 Depending on the amplifier gain control setting. (See page 16 for details.)
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BASS *2, [06 to +06] Adjust the bass.
General settings PSM
You can change PSM (Preferred Setting Mode) items listed in the table below and on pages 15 and 16.
Select a PSM item.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 to adjust other PSM items if necessary. Finish the procedure.
Adjust the PSM item selected.
Indications DEMO Display demonstration CLOCK DISP * Clock display
Item ( : Initial) DEMO ON DEMO OFF CLOCK ON CLOCK OFF
Selectable settings, [reference page] : The display demonstration will be activated automatically if no operation is done for about 20 seconds, . : Cancels. : The clock time is shown on the display at all times when the power is turned off. : Cancels; pressing DISP will show the clock time for about 5 seconds when the power is turned off, . [Initial: 0 (0:00)], . [Initial: 00 (0:00)], . : See also page 5 for setting. : The built-in clock is automatically adjusted using the CT (clock time) data in the RDS signal. : Cancels.
CLOCK HOUR Hour adjustment CLOCK MIN Minute adjustment 24H/12H Time display mode CLOCK ADJ *2 Clock adjustment
(1 12) 24 HOUR 12 HOUR AUTO OFF
*1 If the power supply is not interrupted by turning off the ignition key of your car, it is recommended that you select CLOCK OFF to save the cars battery. 14
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Indications AF-REG *2 Alternative frequency/ regionalization reception
AF OFF PTY-STANDBY *2 PTY standby TA VOLUME *2 Traffic announcement volume P-SEARCH *2 Programme search DIMMER Dimmer TEL MUTING Telephone muting SCROLL *4 Scroll OFF, PTY codes
: When the currently received signals become weak, the unit switches to another station (the programme may differ from the one currently received), . The AF indicator lights up. : When the currently received signals become weak, the unit switches to another station broadcasting the same programme. The AF and REG indicators light up. : Cancels. Activates PTY Standby Reception with one of the PTY codes, [8, 9].
[Initial: VOLUME 15] VOLUME 00 VOLUME 50 (or VOLUME 00 VOLUME 30)*3 ON OFF ON OFF MUTING 1/ MUTING 2 MUTING OFF ONCE AUTO OFF : Activates Programme Search, . : Cancels. : Dims the display and button illumination. : Cancels. : Select either one which mutes the sounds while using a cellular phone. : Cancels. : : : Scrolls the displayed information once. Repeats scrolling (at 5-second intervals). Cancels. Pressing DISP for more than one second can scroll the display regardless of the setting.
L/O MODE *5 Line output mode
: Select if the REAR LINE OUT terminals are used for connecting the speakers (through an external amplifier). : Select if the REAR LINE OUT terminals are used for connecting a subwoofer (through an external amplifier).
*2 *3 *4 *5
Only for FM RDS stations. Depends on the amplifier gain control. Some characters or symbols will not be shown correctly (or will be blanked) on the display. For KD-G441.
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Item ( : Initial)
Selectable settings, [reference page]
Item ( : Initial) LOW MID HIGH TAG ON TAG OFF
Selectable settings, [reference page] : Frequencies lower than 90 Hz are sent to the subwoofer. : Frequencies lower than 135 Hz are sent to the subwoofer. : Frequencies lower than 180 Hz are sent to the subwoofer. : Shows the Tag information while playing MP3/WMA tracks, . : Cancels.
SUB.W FREQ *6 Subwoofer cutoff frequency TAG DISPLAY Tag display
AMP GAIN LOW POWER : VOLUME 00 VOLUME 30 (Select this if the maximum power of the Amplifier gain control speaker is less than 50 W to avoid them from damaging the speaker.) HIGH POWER : VOLUME 00 VOLUME 50 IF BAND Intermediate frequency band AUTO WIDE : Increases the tuner selectivity to reduce interference noise between close stations. (The stereo effect may be lost.) : Subject to the interference noise from adjacent stations, but the sound quality will not be degraded and the stereo effect will remain.
*6 For KD-G441: Displayed only when L/O MODE is set to SUB.W.
Other external component operations
You can connect an external component to the AUX (auxiliary) input jack on the control panel.
This unit can recognize a total of 512 files, 255 folders, and 8 hierarchical levels. This unit can play back files recorded in VBR (variable bit rate). Files recorded in VBR have a discrepancy in the elapsed time display, and do not show the actual elapsed time. In particular, this difference becomes noticeable after performing the search function. This unit cannot play back the following files: MP3 files encoded in MP3i and MP3 PRO format. MP3 files encoded in an inappropriate format. MP3 files encoded with Layer 1/2. WMA files encoded in lossless, professional, and voice format. WMA files not based on Windows Media Audio. WMA files copy-protected with DRM. Files which have data such as WAVE, ATRAC3, etc. The search function works but search speed is not constant.
Playing MP3/WMA tracks from a USB device
While playing from a USB device, the playback order may differ from other players. This unit may be unable to play back some USB devices or some files due to their characteristics or recording conditions. 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. Connect one USB mass storage class device to the unit at a time. Do not use a USB hub. If the connected USB device does not have the correct files, NO FILE appears. This unit can show Tag (Version 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3, or 2.4) for MP3 files and for WMA files.
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This unit can play back MP3/WMA files meeting the conditions below: Bit rate of MP3: 16 kbps 320 kbps Sampling frequency of MP3: 48 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 32 kHz (for MPEG-1) 24 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 16 kHz (for MPEG-2) 12 kHz, 11.025 kHz, 8 kHz (for MPEG-2.5) Bit rate of WMA: 16 kbps 32 kbps (Sampling frequency: 22.05 kHz) 32 kbps 320 kbps (Sampling frequency: 48 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 32 kHz) This unit can play back MP3 files recorded in VBR (variable bit rate). The maximum number of characters for: Folder names : 25 characters File names : 25 characters MP3 Tag : 128 characters WMA Tag : 64 characters This unit can recognize a total of files, 255 folders (999 files per folder), and of 8 hierarchies. This unit does not support SD card reader. This unit cannot recognize a USB device whose rating is other than 5 V and exceeds 500 mA. 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. This unit may not recognize a USB device connected through a USB card reader. This unit may not play back files in a USB device properly when using a USB extension cord. This unit cannot play back the following files: MP3 files encoded with MP3i and MP3 PRO format. MP3 files encoded in an inappropriate format. MP3 files encoded with Layer 1/2. WMA files encoded in lossless, professional, and voice format. WMA files not based on Windows Media Audio. Use a shielded USB cable of less than 1 m in length.
Changing the source
If you change the source, playback also stops. Next time you select the same source again, playback starts from where it has been stopped previously.
Ejecting a disc or removing a USB device
If the ejected disc is not removed within 15 seconds, it is automatically inserted into the loading slot again to protect it from dust. After ejecting a disc or removing a USB device, NO DISC or NO USB appears and you cannot operate some of the buttons. Insert another disc, reattach a USB device, or press SRC to select another playback source.
If you change the AMP GAIN setting from HIGH POWER to LOW POWER while the volume level is set higher than VOLUME 30, the unit automatically changes the volume level to VOLUME 30.
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How to clean the connectors
Frequent detachment will deteriorate the connectors. To minimize this possibility, periodically wipe the connectors with a cotton swab or cloth moistened with alcohol, being careful not to damage the connectors.
To keep discs clean
A dirty disc may not play correctly. If a disc does become dirty, wipe it with a soft cloth in a straight line from center to edge. Do not use any solvents (for example, conventional record cleaner, spray, thinner, benzine, etc.) to clean discs.
To play new discs
New discs may have some rough spots around the inner and outer edges. If such a disc is used, this unit may reject the disc. To remove these rough spots, rub the edges with a pencil or ball-point pen, etc.
Moisture may condense on the lens inside the unit in the following cases: After starting the heater in the car. If it becomes very humid inside the car. Should this occur, the unit may malfunction. In this case, eject the disc and leave the unit turned on for a few hours until the moisture has evaporated.
Do not use the following discs:
Single CD (8 cm disc) Warped disc
How to handle discs
Center holder When removing a disc from its case, press down the center holder of the case and lift the disc out, holding it by the edges. Always hold the disc by the edges. Do not touch its recording surface. When storing a disc in its case, gently insert the disc around the center holder (with the printed surface facing up). Make sure to store discs in cases after use. Sticker and sticker residue
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What appears to be trouble is not always serious. Check the following points before calling a service center. Symptoms General Sound cannot be heard from the speakers. The unit does not work at all. FM/AM SSM automatic presetting does not work. Static noise while listening to the radio. Disc cannot be played back. CD-R/CD-RW cannot be played back. Tracks on the CD-R/CD-RW cannot be skipped. Disc playback Disc can neither be played back nor ejected. Disc sound is sometimes interrupted. Remedies/Causes Adjust the volume to the optimum level. Check the cords and connections. Reset the unit (see page 3). Store stations manually. Connect the aerial firmly. Insert the disc correctly. Insert a finalized CD-R/CD-RW. Finalize the CD-R/CD-RW with the component which you used for recording. Unlock the disc (see page 11). Eject the disc forcibly (see page 3). Stop playback while driving on rough roads. Change the disc. Check the cords and connections. Insert a playable disc into the loading slot.
NO DISC appears on the display. PLEASE and EJECT appear alternately on the display. Disc cannot be played back. MP3/WMA playback
Use a disc with MP3/WMA tracks recorded in a format compliant with ISO 9660 Level 1, Level 2, Romeo, or Joliet. Add the extension code <.mp3> or <.wma> to the file names. Skip to another track or change the disc. (Do not add the extension code <.mp3> or <.wma> to non-MP3 or WMA tracks.) Do not use too many hierarchical levels and folders.
Noise is generated.
A longer readout time is required (READING keeps flashing on the display).
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Symptoms MP3/WMA playback Tracks are not played back in the order you have intended. The elapsed playing time is not correct.
Remedies/Causes The playback order is determined when the files are recorded. This sometimes occurs during playback. This is caused by how the tracks are recorded on the disc.
The correct characters are not displayed (e.g. This unit can only display alphabets (upper case), album name). numbers, and a limited number of symbols. Noise is generated. The track played back is not an MP3/WMA track. Skip to another file. (Do not add the extension code <.mp3> or <.wma> to non-MP3 or WMA tracks.) Readout time varies depending on the USB device. Do not use too many hierarchy, folders, and empty folders*. Turn off the power then on again. Reattach the USB device again. * Folder that is physically empty or folder that contains data but does not contain valid MP3/WMA track. The playback order is determined by the write-in time stamp. The first track/folder written into the USB device will be the first track/folder for playback. Attach a USB device that contains tracks encoded in an appropriate format. Reattach the USB device again. The total number of tracks could not be accessed properly. This unit can only display alphabets (upper case), numbers, and a limited number of symbols. The MP3/WMA tracks have not been properly copied into the USB device. Copy MP3/WMA tracks again into the USB device, and try again.
READING keeps flashing on the display.
USB device playback
Tracks/folders are not played back in the order you have intended. NO FILE flashes on the display. NO USB appears on the display. The unit cannot detect the USB device. READ and FAILED appear alternately on the display. Correct characters are not displayed (e.g. album name). While playing a track, sound is sometimes interrupted.
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Maximum Power Output: Continuous Power Output (RMS): Load Impedance: AUDIO AMPLIFIER SECTION Tone Control Range: Bass: Middle: Treble: Frequency Response: Signal to Noise Ratio: Audio Output Level: (for KD-G441) Line-Out Level/Impedance: Output Impedance: Subwoofer-Out Level/Impedance: Other Terminals: Front/Rear: Front/Rear: 50 W per channel 19 W per channel into 4 , 40 Hz to Hz at no more than 0.8% total harmonic distortion 4 (4 to 8 allowance) 12 dB at 60 Hz 12 dB at 1 kHz 12 dB at 10 kHz 40 Hz to Hz 70 dB 2.5 V/20 k load (full scale) 1 k 2.5 V /20 k load (full scale) AUX (auxiliary) input jack, USB input jack, Steering wheel remote input (for KD-G441)
87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz MW: 522 kHz to kHz LW: 144 kHz to 279 kHz 11.3 dBf (1.0 V/75 ) 16.3 dBf (1.8 V/75 )
Usable Sensitivity: 50 dB Quieting Sensitivity:
Alternate Channel Selectivity (400 kHz): 65 dB Frequency Response: Stereo Separation: MW Tuner: LW Tuner: Sensitivity/Selectivity: Sensitivity: 40 Hz to Hz 30 dB 20 V/35 dB 50 V
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Compact disc player
Number of Channels: CD PLAYER SECTION Frequency Response: Dynamic Range: Signal-to-Noise Ratio: Wow and Flutter: MP3 Decoding Format: Max. Bit Rate: (MPEG1/2 Audio Layer 3) WMA (Windows Media Max. Bit Rate: Audio) Decoding Format:
2 channels (stereo) 5 Hz to Hz 96 dB 98 dB Less than measurable limit 320 kbps 320 kbps
USB Standard: Data Transfer Rate (Full Speed): USB SECTION Storage: Compatible Device: Compatible File System: Playable Audio Format: Max. Current:
USB 1.1, USB 2.0 Max. 12 Mbps Less than 8 GB (1 partition type) Mass storage class (except HDD) FAT 32/16/12 MP3/WMA 500 mA
Power Requirement: Grounding System: GENERAL
DC 14.4 V (11 V to 16 V allowance) Negative ground 0C to +40C 182 mm 52 mm 160 mm 188 mm 58 mm 13 mm 1.3 kg (excluding accessories)
Allowable Operating Temperature: Dimensions (W H D): Installation Size (approx.): Panel Size (approx.): Mass (approx.):
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Signal Detection System: Non-contact optical pickup (semiconductor laser)
Having TROUBLE with operation?
Please reset your unit
Refer to page of How to reset your unit
Dear Customer, This apparatus is in conformance with the valid European directives and standards regarding electromagnetic compatibility and electrical safety. European representative of Victor Company of Japan, Limited is: JVC Technology Centre Europe GmbH Postfach Friedberg Germany
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