In-dash unit, Full-DIN, 50 Watts x 4, Stereo
Listen to your iPod music on board, in full-speed digital audio transfer via USB connection. Your iPod can also get charged. The MOSFET power amp and TI/Burr-Brown 24-bit DAC creates crisp, clear sound. The dual color illumination offers a choice to match your taste. [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your JVC KD-PDR80 photo ]
JVC KD-PDR80 Car Audio, size: 5.1 MB
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|cuoca||6:48am on Tuesday, March 30th, 2010|
|Works as it should, great value. I had the PDR80 installed in my 2000 Ranger by Circuit City about a year and a half ago.|
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Lorsque vous mettez lappareil la verticale, faire attention de ne pas endommager le fusible situ sur larrire. vitez de toucher les connecteurs. Non fourni avec cet appareil.
* * * * * * * * * The fuse blows. Are the red and black leads connected correctly? Power cannot be turned on. Is the yellow lead connected? No sound from the speakers. Is the speaker output lead short-circuited? Sound is distorted. Is the speaker output lead grounded? Are the terminals of L and R speakers grounded in common? Noise interfere with sounds. Is the rear ground terminal connected to the cars chassis using shorter and thicker cords? This unit becomes hot. Is the speaker output lead grounded? Are the terminals of L and R speakers grounded in common? This unit does not work at all. Have you reset your unit? * * * * * * * * *
LOCALIZACION DE AVERIAS
El fusible se quema. Estn los conductores rojo y negro correctamente conectados? No es posible conectar la alimentacin. Est el cable amarillo conectado? No sale sonido de los altavoces. Est el cable de salida del altavoz cortocircuitado? El sonido presenta distorsin. Est el cable de salida del altavoz conectado a masa? Estn los terminales de los altavoces L y R conectados a una masa comn? Perturbacin de ruido. El terminal de tierra trasero est conectado al chasis del automvil utilizando los cordones ms corto y ms grueso? Esta unidad se calienta. Est el cable de salida del altavoz conectado a masa? Estn los terminales de los altavoces L y R conectados a una masa comn? Esta unidad no funciona en absoluto. Reinicializ la unidad? 2 * * * * * * * * *
EN CAS DE DIFFICULTES
Le fusible saute. Les fils rouge et noir sont-ils racords correctement? Lappareil ne peut pas tre mise sous tension. Le fil jaune est-elle raccorde? Pas de son des enceintes. Le fil de sortie denceinte est-il court-circuit? Le son est dform. Le fil de sortie denceinte est-il la masse? Les bornes des enceintes gauche et droit sont-elles mises ensemble la masse? Interfrence avec les sons. La prise arrire de mise la terre est-elle connecte au chssis de la voiture avec un cordon court et pais? Cet appareil devient chaud. Le fil de sortie denceinte est-il la masse? Les bornes des enceintes gauche et droit sont-elles mises ensemble la masse? Cet appareil ne fonctionne pas du tout. Avez-vous rinitialis votre appareil?
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Before connecting: Check the wiring in the vehicle carefully. Incorrect connection may cause serious damage to this unit. The leads of the power cord and those of the connector from the car body may be different in color. 1 Connect the colored leads of the power cord in the order specified in the illustration below. 2 Connect the antenna cord. 3 Finally connect the wiring harness to the unit.
Remote lead (blue with white stripe) Cable remoto (azul con rayas blancas) Fil dalimentation distance (bleu avec bande blanche)
You can connect amplifiers to upgrade your car stereo system. Connect the remote lead (blue with white stripe) to the remote lead of the other equipment so that it can be controlled through this unit. For amplifier only: Disconnect the speakers from this unit, connect them to the amplifier. Leave the speaker leads of this unit unused. Only for KD-APD89: You can switch off the built-in amplifier and send the audio signals only to the external amplifier(s) to get clear sounds and to prevent internal heat built-up inside the unit. See page 29 of the INSTRUCTIONS (separate volume). Only for KD-APD89: The line output level of this unit is kept high to maintain the hi-fi sounds reproduced from this unit. When connecting an external amplifier to this unit, turn down the gain control on the external amplifier to obtain the best performance from this unit.
Front speakers Altavoces delanteros Enceintes avant
JVC Amplifier Amplificador de JVC JVC Amplificateur
Y-connector *1 / Conector en Y *1 / Connecteur Y *1
Set L/O Mode to Woofer (See page 29 of the INSTRUCTIONS.) Ajuste L/O Mode a Woofer (Consulte la pgina 29 del MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES.) Rglez L/O Mode sur Woofer (Voir page 29 du MANUEL DINSTRUCTIONS.) JVC Amplifier Amplificador de JVC JVC Amplificateur
Subwoofer Subwoofer Caisson de grave
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Set L/O Mode to Rear (See page 29 of the INSTRUCTIONS.) Ajuste L/O Mode a Rear (Consulte la pgina 29 del MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES.) Rglez L/O Mode sur Rear (Voir page 29 du MANUEL DINSTRUCTIONS.) JVC Amplifier Amplificador de JVC JVC Amplificateur
Rear speakers Altavoces posteriores Enceintes arrire
To the remote lead of other equipment or automatic antenna if any Al conductor remoto de otro equipo o de la antena automtica, si hubiere Au fil de tlcommande de lautre appareil ou lantenne automatique sil y en a une
*1 Not supplied for this unit. *2 Before checking the operation of this unit prior to installation, this lead
must be connected; otherwise, the power cannot be turned on.
*1 No suministrado con esta unidad. *2 Antes de comprobar el funcionamiento de esta unidad previa a de la
instalacin, es necesario conectar este cable, de lo contrario no se podr conectar la alimentacin. Fije firmemente el cable de tierra a la carrocera metlica o al chasisa un lugar no cubierto con pintura (si est cubierto con pintura, qutela antes de fijar el cable). De lo contrario, se podran producir daos en la unidad. *4 Cable remoto *5 Cable de seal (no suministrado con esta unidad)
*1 Non fourni avec cet appareil. *2 Pour vrifier le fonctionnement de cet appareil avant installation, ce fil
How to reset your unit
INTRODUCTIONS Preparation.. 5 OPERATIONS Basic operations.. 6
Your preset adjustments will also be erased (except the registered Bluetooth device, see pages 12 and 13).
Using the control panel. Using the remote controller (RM-RK50).
How to forcibly eject a disc
Listening to the radio.. 8 Disc operations.. 10 Listening to the USB device. 11 EXTERNAL DEVICES Using the Bluetooth devices.. 12
Please Eject appears on the display.
Using the Bluetooth cellular phone. 14 Using the Bluetooth audio player.. 16
Listening to the HD Radio Broadcast. Listening to the CD changer.. Listening to the satellite radio. Listening to the iPod. Listening to the other external components...
Be careful not to drop the disc when it ejects. If this does not work, reset your unit.
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.
SETTINGS Selecting a preset sound mode.. General settings PSM.. Bluetooth settings.. Title assignment.. REFERENCES More about this unit. Troubleshooting.. Maintenance.. Specifications..
Temperature inside the car.
If you have parked the car for a long time in hot or cold weather, wait until the temperature in the car becomes normal before operating the unit.
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How to use the M MODE and SEL buttons
If you use M MODE or SEL (select), the display and some controls (such as the number buttons, 4 / buttons, 5/ buttons, and the control dial) enter the corresponding control mode. Ex.: When you press number button 1 after pressing M MODE, to operate the FM tuner.
Detaching the control panel
Avoid touching the connectors.
Attaching the control panel
To use these controls for original functions, press M MODE again. However, pressing SEL makes the unit enters a different mode. Waiting for about 15 seconds (or 30 seconds for Bluetooth sources) without pressing any of these buttons will automatically cancels the control.
If the temperature inside the car is below 0C (32F), the movement of animation and text scroll will be halted on the display to prevent the display from being blurred. appears on the display. When the temperature increases, and the operating temperature is resumed, these functions will start working again.
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Using the remote controller (RM-RK50)
For USA-California Only: This product contains a CR Coin Cell Lithium Battery which contains Perchlorate Materialspecial handling may apply. See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate
1 Turns the power on if pressed briefly or
Installing the lithium coin battery (CR2025)
Before using the remote controller: Aim the remote controller directly at the remote sensor on the unit. DO NOT expose the remote sensor to bright light (direct sunlight or artificial lighting).
Warning (to prevent accidents and damage):
Do not install any battery other than CR2025 or its equivalent. Do not leave the remote controller in a place (such as dashboards) exposed to direct sunlight for a long time. Store the battery in a place where children cannot reach. Do not recharge, short, disassemble, heat the battery, or dispose of it in a fire. Do not leave the battery with other metallic materials. Do not poke the battery with tweezers or similar tools. Wrap the battery with tape and insulate when throwing away or saving it.
attenuates the sound when the power is on. Turns the power off if pressed and held. Changes the FM/AM bands with 5 U. Changes the preset stations with D. Changes the folder of the MP3/WMA/WAV. While playing an MP3 disc on an MP3-compatible CD changer: Changes the disc if pressed briefly. Changes the folder if pressed and held. While listening to the satellite (SIRIUS or XM) radio: Changes the categories. While listening to an Apple iPod: Connected to KS-PD100: Pauses or resumes playback with D. Enters the main menu with 5 U. (Now 5 U/D /2 R/F 3 work as the menu selecting buttons.)* * 5 U : Returns to the previous menu. D : Confirms the selection. Connected to the USB input jack: Enter the main menu if pressed and held. Select the desired menu if pressed briefly. Fast skip in every layer of the main menu if pressed and held. Continued on the next page
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Adjusts the volume level. Selects the sound mode (iEQ: intelligent equalizer). Selects the source. For Bluetooth cellular phone: Answers calls if pressed briefly. Rejects calls if pressed and held. 7 Searches for stations if pressed briefly. Fast-forwards or reverses the track if pressed and held. Changes the tracks if pressed briefly. While listening to the satellite (SIRIUS or XM) radio: Changes the channels if pressed briefly.
Changes the channels rapidly if pressed and held. While listening to an iPod (in menu selecting mode): Connected to KS-PD100: Selects an item if pressed briefly. (Then, press D to confirm the selection.) Skips 10 items at a time if pressed and held. Connected to the USB input jack: Start play back the selected folder directly if pressed and held. Reverse skip/forward skip for Bluetooth audio.
Make sure to detach the USB device before opening the control panel, as it might block the opening mechanism. To detach the USB device, see page 12.
*1 By holding either one of the buttons, you can display the Folder List (see page 11). *2 Press to select number 1 to 6; hold to select number 7 to 12. *3 It is required that folders be assigned with 2-digit numbers at the beginning of their folder names01, 02, 03, and so on. After pressing M MODE, press the following buttons to. Skip 10 tracks MP3/WMA: Within the same folder Repeat Track: Repeat current track Repeat Folder: MP3/WMA: Repeat current folder
To stop play and eject the disc
Press SOURCE to listen to another playback source.
Random Folder: MP3/WMA: Randomly play all tracks of current folder, then tracks of next folders Random Disc: Randomly play all tracks You can also cancel the playback mode by selecting ). Off or press number button 4 (
Prohibiting disc ejection
Selecting a folder/track on the list (only for MP3/WMA file)
To cancel the prohibition, repeat the same procedure. When is shown on the display, you can move back to the previous screen by pressing number button 3.
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Change to the selected item. A If File List is selected The list disappears and playback starts.
Select the list type.
B If Folder List is selected
Select an item.
If the current folder is selected, File List appears, then repeat steps 4 and 5 A to start playback. If another folder is selected, playback starts from the 1st file of the selected folder.
Ex.: When File is selected in step 3
Listening to the USB device
You can connect a USB mass storage class device such as a USB memory, Digital Audio Player *, portable HDD, etc. to the unit. You can also connect an Apple iPod to the USB input jack. For details of the operations, see pages 22 and 23. This unit can play MP3/WMA/WMA-DRM10 */WAV tracks stored in a USB device. * You can connect both MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) devices and USB mass storage class devices. See also page 36. All tracks will be played repeatedly until you change the source or detach the USB device.
USB input jack
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You can move to the other lists by pressing number button 5 ( ) or 6 ( ) repeatedly.
If a USB device has been attached. Playback starts from where it has been stopped previously. If a different USB device is currently attached, playback starts from the beginning.
Avoid using the USB device if it might hinder your safety driving. Do not pull out and attach the USB device repeatedly while Reading is shown on the display. Do not start the car engine if a USB device is connected. This unit may not be able to play the files depending on the type of USB device. Operation and power supply may not work as intended for some USB devices. You cannot connect a computer to the USB input terminal 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 damages to the device. Some USB devices may not work immediately after you turn on the power. For more details about USB operations, see pages 35 and 36.
To stop play and detach the USB device
Straightly pull it out from the unit. Press SOURCE to listen to another playback source. You can operate the USB device in the same way you operate the files on a disc. (See pages 10 and 11.) You can listen to WAV files by following the MP3/ WMA files operations listed on pages 10 and 11.
Using the Bluetooth devices
For Bluetooth operations, it is required to connect the Bluetooth Adapter (KS-BTA200) to the CD changer jack on the rear of this unit. Refer also to the instructions supplied with the Bluetooth adapter and the Bluetooth device. Refer to the list (included in the box) to check the countries where you may use the Bluetooth function. To use a Bluetooth device through the unit (BT-PHONE and BT-AUDIO) for the first time, you need to establish Bluetooth wireless connection between the unit and the device. Once the connection is established, it is registered in the unit even if you reset your unit. Up to five devices can be registered in total. Only one device can be connected at a time for each source (BT-PHONE and BT-AUDIO).
2 Select a number or blank space.
Select a device you want to connect.
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4 Confirm the entry.
For available devices. 1 Enter the specific PIN code of the device to the unit. Refer to the instructions supplied with the device to check the PIN code. 2 Use the Bluetooth device to connect. Now connection is established and you can use the device through the unit. For special device. Use Open or Search to connect.
Select Connect or Disconnect to connect/disconnect the selected device.
Select Delete, then confirm the selection.
Connecting/disconnecting/deleting a registered device
Select a registered device you want to connect/disconnect/delete.
Press number button 3 to select No or return to the previous screen.
You can set the unit to connect the Bluetooth device automatically when the unit is turned on. (See Auto Connect on page 32.)
Enter setting menu.
Using the Bluetooth cellular phone
Enter Bluetooth menu. Establish the connection with a device, then make a call (or settings using the Bluetooth menu).
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When a call comes in.
The source is automatically changed to BT-PHONE. When Auto Answer is activated. The unit answers the incoming calls automatically, see page 32. When Auto Answer is deactivated, press any button (except /control dial) to answer the incoming call. To end the call Hold any button (except
Select the method to make a call.
You can adjust the microphone volume level (see page 32).
When a text message comes in.
If the cellular phone is compatible with Text Message and Message Info is set to Auto (see page 32), the unit rings and Received Message appears on the display to inform you of the message arrival.
Redial *: Shows the list of the phone numbers you have dialed. Go to the following step. Received *: Shows the list of the received calls. Go to the following step. Phonebook *: Shows the phone book of the connected cellular phone. Go to the following step. Missed *: Shows the list of the missed calls. Go to the following step. Number: Shows the phone number entry screen. See How to enter phone number on page 16. Voice Dial (Only accessible when the connected cellular phone has the voice recognition system): Speak the name (registered words) you want to call. * Displayed only when your cellular phone is equipped with these functions. If not displayed, try to transfer the phone book memory of the cellular phone to this unit. (Refer to the instruction manual supplied with your cellular phone.) With some cellular phones, the phone book memory is transferred automatically.
Making a call
You can make a call using one of the Dial Menu items. When is shown on the display, you can move back to the previous screen by pressing number button 3.
Select the name/phone number you want to call.
Select Dial Menu.
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How to enter phone number
Presetting the phone number
You can preset up to six phone numbers. When is shown on the display, you can move back to the previous screen by pressing number button 3.
Select a number.
Move the entry position.
Display the phone number you want to preset by using one of the Dial Menu items. Select a phone number. You can also enter a new phone number (see also How to enter phone number on the left column) to store. Select a preset number to store.
Confirm the entry.
Using voice command
Say. appears on the display.
Speak the name (registered words) you want to call. You can also use voice command from the Dial Menu. Select Voice Dial from the Dial Menu. If your cellular phone does not support the voice recognition system, Error appears on the display.
To call a preset number
While in Bluetooth phone.
Using the Bluetooth audio player
Operations and display indications differ depending on their availability on the connected audio player.
If playback does not start automatically, operate the Bluetooth audio player to start playback.
Reverse skip/forward skip Start/pause playback Enter setting menu (Device list)
Refer also to page 14 for connecting/disconnecting/ deleting a registered device. Bluetooth Information: If you wish to receive more information about Bluetooth, visit the following JVC web site: <http:// www.jvc-victor.co.jp/english/car/>.
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Listening to the HD Radio Broadcast
Before operating, connect HD Radio tuner box, KT-HD300 (separately purchased) to the CD changer jack on the rear of the unit.
Searching for HD Radio stations only
What is HD Radio Technology?
HD Radio Technology can deliver high-quality digital soundAM digital will have FM-like quality (in stereo) and FM digital will have CD-like qualitywith staticfree and clear reception. Furthermore, stations can offer text and data, such as artist names and song titles. When the HD Radio tuner box is connected, it can also receive conventional analog broadcasts. Many HD Radio stations also offer more than one channel of programming. This service is called multicasting. To find HD Radio stations in your area, visit www.hdradio.com <http://www.hdradio.com/>. Refer also to pages for basic radio operations.
Checking the XM Satellite radio ID
While selecting XM1, XM2, or XM3, select Channel 0.
Storing channels in memory
You can preset six stations for each band. When is shown on the display, you can move back to the previous screen by pressing number button 3. When / is shown on the display, you can move to the other lists by pressing number button 5 or 6 repeatedly. Ex.: Storing a SIRIUS channel into preset number 4 of the SR1 band.
The display alternately shows RADIO ID and the 8-digit (alphanumeric) ID number. To cancel the ID number display, select any channel other than Channel 0.
To change the display information while listening to a channel
Tune in to a channel you want to listen to. By holding BAND button, the Preset Channel List will appear (go to step 5).
Category name = Channel name = Artist/ composer * name = Song/program name = Audio level meter = (back to the beginning) * Only for SIRIUS Satellite radio.
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Ex.: When listening to the SIRIUS Satellite radio.
Select a preset number you want to store into.
The first channel of the selected category is tuned in. By holding 5 / , you can also show the Category List while listening to a channel.
2 Select a category.
Store the channel. To select a channel 1 Follow steps 2 to 4 of Storing channels in memory on page 20 and left column. In step 4, select Channel.
Listening to a user channel
Display the Preset Channel list, then select the preset number you want to listen to. Change to the selected channel.
2 Select a channel.
Selecting a category/channel on the list
When is shown on the display, you can move back to the previous screen by pressing number button 3. When / is shown on the display, you can move to the other lists by pressing number button 5 or 6 repeatedly.
Change to the selected item.
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To select a category 1 Follow steps 2 to 4 of Storing channels in memory on page 20 and left column. In step 4, select Category.
Listening to the iPod
You can play songs in an Apple iPod by: Connecting it with the USB cable supplied with your iPod to the USB input jack on the control panel. Connecting the Interface adapter for iPod, KS-PD100 (separately purchased) to the CD changer jack on the rear of the unit. Preparation: Make sure Changer is selected for the external input setting, see page 29. You can control playback from the unit. Disconnecting the iPod will stop playback. Press SOURCE to listen to another playback source. For details, refer also to the manual supplied for your iPod.
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Listening to the other external components
You can connect an external component to: CD changer jack on the rear of this unit using the following adapters: Line Input Adapter, KS-U57 AUX Input Adapter, KS-U58 Preparation: Make sure Ext In is selected for the external input setting, see page 29. AUX (auxiliary) input jack on the control panel.
Select EXT IN or AUX IN.
Turn on the connected component and start playing the source. Adjust the volume.
Adjust the sound as you want (see pages 25 and 26).
Connecting an external component to the AUX input jack
Portable audio player, etc. 3.5 mm stereo mini plug (not supplied)
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Selecting a preset sound mode
You can select a preset sound mode suitable to the music genre (iEQ: intelligent equalizer).
Preset value setting for each sound mode
Preset value Sound mode Freq. USER ROCK CLASSIC POPS HIP HOP JAZZ 60 Hz 100 Hz 80 Hz 100 Hz 60 Hz 80 Hz Bass Level 00 +03 +01 +02 +04 +03 Q Q1.25 Q1.0 Q1.25 Q1.25 Q1.0 Q1.25 Mid (mid-range) Freq. 1.0 kHz 1.0 kHz 1.0 kHz 1.0 kHz 1.0 kHz 1.0 kHz Level 00 +00 Q Freq. Q1.25 10.0 kHz Q1.25 10.0 kHz Q1.25 10.0 kHz Q1.25 10.0 kHz Q1.0 10.0 kHz Q1.25 10.0 kHz Treble Level 00 +02 +03 +02 +01 +03 Q
Freq.: Frequency Q: Q-slope
Adjusting the sound
You can adjust the sound characteristics to your preference. is shown on the display, you can When move back to the previous screen by pressing number button 3 or 6.
2 Adjust the speaker output balance by
For EQ setting, see page 26. * Displayed only when L/O Mode is set to Woofer (see page 29).
Adjust the selected setting item. A Fad/Bal (Fader/Balance) 1 Press number button 1 ( ) to move to the Fad/Bal adjustment display.
pressing: 5 / : between the front and rear speakers. [F6 to R6] 4 / : between the left and right speakers. [L6 to R6] B Subwoofer 1 Press number button 1 ( ) to move to the Subwoofer adjustment display. 2 Use 4 / to select a cutoff frequency to the subwoofer. OFF: All signals are sent to the subwoofer. 80Hz: Frequencies higher than 80 Hz are cut off. 120Hz: Frequencies higher than 120 Hz are cut off. 160Hz: Frequencies higher than 160 Hz are cut off. Continued on the next page
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3 Turn the control dial to adjust the
subwoofer output level. [0 to 8] 4 Press number button 1 ( ) to select the subwoofer phase. [0deg (normal) or 180deg (reverse)] C VolAdjust, [5 to +5] Turn the control dial to adjust the input level of each source (except FM). Adjust to match the input level of the FM sound level. Before making an adjustment, select the source you want to adjust. D Loudness, [Off or On] Turn the control dial to select Off or On. When On is selected, low and high frequencies sound are boosted to produce a well-balanced sound at low volume level.
Adjust the sound elements of the selected frequency range. 1 Use 5 / to adjust the level. 2 Press number button 5 ( ), then turn the control dial to select the frequency. 3 Press number button 5 ( ), then turn the control dial to select the quality slope (Q). Sound elements Frequency Range/selectable items Low 60 Hz 80 Hz 100 Hz 200 Hz Q1.0 Q1.25 Q1.5 Q2.0 Mid High 500 Hz 10 kHz 1 kHz 12.5 kHz 1.5 kHz 15 kHz 2.5 kHz 17.5 kHz Q0.5 Q0.75 Q1.0 Q1.25 Fix
6 to +to +to +6
Storing your own sound modes
You can adjust the sound modes and store your own adjustments in memory. When is shown on the display, you can move back to the previous screen by pressing number button 6.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 to adjust the other frequency bands. Store the adjustments.
Select a sound mode.
Select a frequency range.
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General settings PSM
You can change PSM (Preferred Setting Mode) items listed in the table below and on pages 28 30.
Adjust the selected PSM item.
Enter the PSM settings.
Select a PSM category.
Repeat steps to adjust other PSM items if necessary. Finish the procedure.
To display the rest
Select a PSM item.
By pressing either one of the buttons repeatedly, you can also move to the item of the other categories.
Category Indication Demo Display demonstration LevelMeter Audio level meter Clock Disp *1 Clock display
Item ( : Initial) On Off Meter 1 Meter 2 On
Setting, [reference page] : Display demonstration will be activated automatically if no operation is done for about 20 seconds, . : Cancels. : Select the different level meter patterns. Press DISP to show the selected level meter. : Clock time is shown on the display when the power is turned off. : Cancels; pressing DISP will show the clock time for about 5 seconds when the power is turned off, .
Storing stations in memory
During SSM search. All previously stored stations are erased and the stations are stored anew. Received stations are preset in No. 1 (lowest frequency) to No. 6 (highest frequency). When SSM is over, the station stored in No. 1 will be automatically tuned in. When storing a station manually, the previously preset station is erased when a new station is stored in the same preset number.
Playing a CD-R or CD-RW
Use only finalized CD-Rs or CD-RWs. This unit can only play back files of the same type as those which are detected first if a disc includes both audio CD (CD-DA) files and MP3/WMA files. This unit can play back multi-session discs; however, unclosed sessions will be skipped while playing. Some CD-Rs or CD-RWs may not play back on this unit because of their disc characteristics, or for the following reasons: Discs are dirty or scratched. Moisture condensation has occurred on the lens inside the unit. The pickup lens inside the unit is dirty.
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The files on the CD-R/CD-RW are written using the Packet Write method. There are improper recording conditions (missing data, etc.) or media conditions (stained, scratched, warped, etc.). CD-RWs may require a longer readout time since the reflectance of CD-RWs is lower than that of regular CDs. Do not use the following CD-Rs or CD-RWs: Discs with stickers, labels, or a protective seal stuck to the surface. Discs on which labels can be directly printed by an ink jet printer. Using these discs under high temperature or high humidity may cause malfunctions or damage to the unit.
Playing an MP3/WMA disc
This unit can play back MP3/WMA files with the extension code <.mp3> or <.wma> (regardless of the letter caseupper/lower). This unit can show the names of albums, artists (performer), and Tag (Version 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3, or 2.4) for MP3 files and for WMA files. This unit can display only one-byte characters. No other characters can be correctly displayed. This unit can play back MP3/WMA files meeting the conditions below: MP3: Bit rate: 8 kbps 320 kbps Sampling frequency: 48 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 32 kHz, 24 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 16 kHz, 12 kHz, 11.025 kHz, 8 kHz WMA: Bit rate: 32 kbps 192 kbps Sampling frequency: 48 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 32 kHz Disc format: ISO 9660 Level 1/Level 2, Romeo, Joliet, Windows long file name The maximum number of characters for file/folder names vary depending on the disc format used (includes 4 extension characters<.mp3> or <.wma>). ISO 9660 Level 1: up to 12 characters ISO 9660 Level 2: up to 31 characters
Do not use a USB device with 2 or more partitions. This unit may not recognized 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 assure proper functions or supply power to all types of USB devices.
While driving, do not perform complicated operation such as dialing the numbers, using phone book, 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 the circumstances around you. When the unit is turned off, the device is disconnected. appears when the connection is established. Appears when the Bluetooth phone is connected. Appears when the Bluetooth audio player is connected. Appears when the Bluetooth phone and Bluetooth audio player are connected.
Icons for phone types
These icons indicate the phone type set on the device: : Cellular phone : Household phone : Office : General : Other than above : Unknown
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Warning messages for Bluetooth operations
Connection Error: The device is registered but the connection has failed. Use Connect to connect the device again. (See page 14.) Error Try the operation again. If Error appears again, check if the device supports the function you have tried. Device Not Found No available Bluetooth device is detected by Search. Loading. The unit is updating the phone book and/or text messages. Please Wait. The unit is preparing to use the Bluetooth function. If the message does not disappear, turn off and turn on the unit, then connect the device again (or reset the unit). Reset 08 Check the connection between the adapter and this unit.
Controllable iPod (connected through.): (A) KS-PD100: iPod with dock connector (3rd Generation) iPod with click wheel (4th Generation) iPod nano (1st & 2nd *1 Generation) iPod mini (1st Generation) iPod video (5th Generation) *2 iPod photo (B) USB input jack: iPod nano (1st & 2nd Generation) iPod video (5th Generation) *1 When you connect the iPod nano to the interface adapter, be sure to disconnect the headphones; otherwise, no sound is heard. *2 It is not possible to browse video files on the Videos menu while the iPod is connected to the interface adapter. Update your iPod to the latest software version before using it with this unit. You can check the software version of your iPod under About in the Setting menu of the iPod. For details about updating your iPod, visit <http://www.apple.com>. While the unit is being turned on, the iPod is charged through this unit. While connecting an iPod with Video: No video shows on the iPods display or the external monitor (only the audio part is available). It is not possible to browse video files on the Video menu. (If you connect the iPod during the playback or pausing of a video file, resuming playback will not work.) iPod shuffle and iPhone cannot be used with this unit.
Disc cannot be played back.
Noise is generated.
A longer readout time is required (Reading keeps flashing on the display). Tracks do not play back in the order you have intended them to play. The elapsed playing time is not correct.
Please Eject appears on the display. Not Support appears on the display and track skips. Correct characters are not displayed (e.g. album name).
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Symptoms Noise is generated.
Remedies/Causes The track played back is not a playable file format (MP3/WMA/WAV). Skip to another file. Do not add the extension code <.mp3>, <.wma>, or <.wav> to non-MP3/WMA/WAV tracks. Playback order may differs from the one played back using other players. 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. Do not pull out or connect the USB device repeatedly while Reading is displayed on the display. * Folder that is phisically empty or folder that contains data but does not contain valid MP3/WMA/WAV track. Connect a USB device that contains tracks encoded in an appropriate format. The track is unplayable. The connected USB device may be malfunctioning, or may not have been formatted correctly. The files included in the USB device are corrupted. For available characters, see page 33. The tracks have not been properly copied into the USB device. Copy tracks again into the USB device, and try again. Turn off, then turn on the unit. Connect the device again, when the sound is not yet restored.
Tracks cannot play back as you have intended them to play. Reading keeps flashing on the display.
No File flashes on the display. No USB appears on the display. Not Support appears on the display and track skips. Read Failed or Cannot Play appears on the display, then returns to the previous source. Correct characters are not displayed (e.g. album name). While playing a track, sound is sometimes interrupted. The sound is interrupted or skipped during playback of a USB device.
|Product Type||Radio / CD / MP3 player / USB flash player|
|Form Factor||Full-DIN - in-dash unit|
|Sound Output Mode||Stereo|
|Controls||Volume, fader, balance, loudness|
|Response Bandwidth||40 - 20000 Hz|
|Signal-To-Noise Ratio||80 dBA|
|Max Output Power / Channel Qty||50 Watts x 4|
|Continuous Power / Channel Qty||20 Watts x 4|
|Amplifier Output Details||20 Watt - 4 Ohm - THD 1.0% - 4 channel(s)|
|Button Backlight Color||Green, red|
|CD Changer Control||Yes|
|Additional Features||ID3 tags support, HD radio ready, iPod ready, Sirius satellite radio ready|
|Equalizer Band Qty||3 bands|
|Equalizer Boost/Cut Range||± 12 dB|
|Equalizer Factory Presets||Hip Hop, Rock, Jazz, Classic, Pops|
|Equalizer Factory Preset Qty||5|
|Equalizer User Preset Qty||1|
|Type||Radio tuner - AM/FM|
|Tuner Frequency Range||FM: 87.5 - 108 MHz, AM: 530 - 1710 kHz|
|Tuning Display||LCD display|
|Preset Station Qty||24 preset stations|
|AM Preset Station Qty||6 preset stations|
|FM Preset Station Qty||18|
|Additional Features||Preset buttons, best stations memory|
|Type||CD / MP3 player|
|Media Load Type||Slot-load|
|Playback Modes||Repeat folder, random play / shuffle, one track repeat|
|Supported Digital Audio Standards||WMA, MP3|
|Signal-To-Noise Ratio||98 dB|
|Dynamic Range||96 dB|
|Digital Player (Recorder)|
|Device Type||Digital player|
|Supported Digital Audio Standards||WAV, WMA, MP3, protected WMA (DRM 10)|
|ID3 Tags Support||Yes|
|Features||USB flash drive playback|
|Connector Type||1 x audio line-in ( mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm ) 1 x USB ( 4 pin USB Type A ) 2 x audio line-out ( RCA phono x 2 )|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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