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Kenwood DDX5022 Installation Manual
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In this manual, the word "USB device" is used for flash memories and digital audio players which have USB terminals. The word "iPod" appearing in this manual indicates the iPod connected with the KCA-iP300V (optional accessory).
About Video files
Acceptable video files MPEG1, MPEG2, DivX Extensions mpg, mpeg, m1v, m2v, divx, div, avi Acceptable media CD-R/RW/ROM, DVDR/RW, VCD, mass-storage8
Region codes in the world
The DVD players are given a region code according to the country or area it is marketed, as shown in the following map.
DVD disc marks
Symbol Description Indicates a region number. The discs with this mark can be played with any DVD player. Indicates the number of audio languages recorded. Up to 8 languages can be recorded in a movie. You can select a favorite language. Indicates the number of subtitled languages recorded. Up to 32 languages can be recorded.
Operation regulatory marks
With this DVD, some functions of this unit such as the play function may be restricted depending on the location where the DVD is playing. In this case, the following marks will appear on the screen. For more information, refer to the disc manual.
Discs with limited period of use
If a DVD disc has scenes shot from multiple angles, you can select a favorite angle. Indicates the type of screen for the image. The left mark indicates that a wide image picture (16:9) is displayed on a standard TV set screen (4:3) with a black band at both the top and bottom of the screen (letter box).
Do not leave discs with a limited period of use in this unit. If you load an already expired disc, you may not be able to remove it from this unit.
B C D E
C Turns power ON/OFF
Press the button to turn on the power. When the button is pressed and held down for 1 second or more, the power is turned off.
B Switches to the Navigation system
Press the button to switch the display to the navigation system screen.
E Adjusts the volume
Turn it either way to adjust the volume.
When you load a disc into disc loading slot, the disc starts playing. If a menu appears, when playing a video disc, select the desired item.
See <List of playable discs> (page 7) for a list of supported discs and formats.
Removing a disc
Press  (Eject) button.
D Switches to the Hands Free control
Press it for more than 1 second to the Hands Free control screen. Press it again for more than 1 second to resume the normal display.
B Turns the display OFF
Press it for more than 1 second to turn the display off. Press [NAV], [SRC] or [FNC] button, or touch the screen to resume the normal display.
Functions of the [NAV] button can be changed to rear view function. See <System Setup> (page 60) for the function setting of the [NAV] button.
Playing an external player
Connect an external player such as a digital audio player to AV IN jack. Use of the optional cable CA-C3AV is recommended for connecting an external player.
D Switching the function screen
The function control screen switches in the following order each time you press the button.
Navigation screen [FNC] button Easy Control buttons appear. Picture or Video playback screen [FNC] button Easy Control buttons appear. Source Control screen [FNC] button Navigation information appears.* *DNX5220BT/DNX5220 only
Picture or Video playback screen
DVD VIDEO Mode:Full AVOUT:AVIN
Easy Control button
For the functions of Easy Control buttons, see <Control of Other Sources While Displaying the Navigation Screen> (page 15).
Source Control screen
For the functions of Navigation information, see <Navigation Information Interrupt on the Screen of Other Sources> (page 14).
Navigation information (DNX5220BT/DNX5220 only)
E Scrolls the list and makes a selection
When the list screen of a source control screen is displayed, press it for more than 1 second to enter list control mode. Turn it either way to scroll the list. Press it to make a selection. Press it again for more than 1 second to return to the volume control mode. Example: List screen of DVD MEDIA source
Sets and controls the navigation system function.
Using the Navigation System
Displays the navigation system screen and makes the navigation function available. 1 Displaying the navigation screen
Navigatoin Information Interrupt on the Screen of Other Sources (DNX5220BT/DNX5220 only)
Interrupts other source screen and displays information such as guide point. While a control screen is displaying: Navigation information appears on the bottom of the screen.
i Switches to the playback screen. If there is no playback screen, wallpaper is displalyed. o Folder and File Number Display ; Play Mode Display a Play Time Display s Music information display Selects Folder Name, File Name, Title, Artist Name, or Album Name. When is appeared, the text display is scrolled by pressing it. d Ejects the disc. f Fast Forwards or Fast Backwards. (Disabled when a JPEG is being played.) g Stops playing. When pressed twice, the disc is played back from its beginning in the next time. h Selects a file. j Plays or pauses. k Selects a folder. l Switches the button display. / Starts or stops Scan Play (that plays the beginning of each music or data one after the other). z Repeats to play (the preset files or data). x Starts or stops Random Play (to play files of the present folder in random order). c Switches the number of lines displayed in the Information Display. v Function Indicator 22 DNX5220BT/DNX5220/DDX5022/DDX5022Y/DDX52RY
Q Lists folders and Audio files Folder opens when touched, and the Audio file is played. When is appeared, the text display is scrolled by pressing it. W Scrolls the list. E Moves to the top hierarchy level. R Moves up a hierarchy level.
You can recall various control screens during playback of video file (MPEG 1, MPEG 2 and DivX file) and picture file (JPEG file).
Function During Playback Screen
5 JPEG: Picture Control Button Area (page 25) DivX: Sub=Off, Audio 1/1 MPEG: Not effective 6 Information Display Button Area
DVD MEDIA 2 1
1 Folder/File Number Display 2 Play Time Display 3 Forward File Search Area Selects the next file. 4 Backward File Search Area Selects the previous file. English 23
Video File/Picture File Watching
1 Selects a file. 2 Stops playing. 3 Plays or pauses.
Switches to the playback screen. Folder and File Number Display Play Mode Display Play Time Display
5 Video/Picture information display Selects Folder Name, File Name, Title, Artist Name, or Album Name. When is appeared, the text display is scrolled by pressing it. 6 Ejects a disc. 7 Fast Forwards or Fast Backwards. (Disabled when a JPEG is being played.) 8 Stops playing. When pressed twice, the disc is played back from its beginning in the next time. 9 Selects a file. p Plays or pauses. q Selects a folder. w Switches the button display. e Starts or stops Scan Play (that plays the beginning of each song or data one after the other). r Repeats to play (the preset files or data). t Starts or stops Random Play (to play files of the present folder in random order). y Switches the number of lines displayed in the Information Display. u Function Indicator i PICTURE, MOVIE or MUSIC indicator o Appears when a disc is inserted. ; Repeats to play the file of the present folder. a Displays images in the folder currently being played one after another. If there is no image in the folder currently being played, initial background is displayed. For information on setting the image display time, see <System Setup> (page 60). s You can search for folders and files through a hierarchy. d Displays information of file being played.
Displaying the control screen and using various functions. 1 Display the Hands-Free Control screen
You need to register your cell-phone to your Bluetooth Unit beforehand. Make sure to read the instruction manual of the Bluetooth Unit as well.
Downloading the Phonebook
Downloads the phonebook data from the cell-phone to this unit so that you can use the Phonebook of this unit. 1 By operating the cell-phone, send the phonebook data to this unit. 2 By operating the cell-phone, start the hands-free connection.
Press the [FNC] button for more than 1 second. or
[TEL] button on the "Source Select" screen
For the cell-phones which support auto-download of phonebook: If the phonebook is not downloaded automatically for some reasons, follow the procedure above to download manually. For how to operate the cell-phone, refer to the Instruction Manual that comes with your cell-phone. Up to 1000 phone numbers can be registered for each registered cell-phone. Up to 32 digits can be registered for each phone number along with up to 40 characters representing a name. Depending on the type of your cell-phone, the following restrictions are placed: - The phonebook data cannot be downloaded normally.
Hands Free Unit Control (page 51). p Displays the Dialing Display screen. See <Calling by Entering a Phone Number> (page 47). q Starts voice recognition. See <Voice Recognition> (page 52). w Returns to the previous screen.
While your car is moving, some functions are disabled for safetys sake. The buttons associated with the disabled functions become ineffective if pressed. When the Hands-Free Control screen appears, the name of the connected cell-phone is displayed for 5 seconds. * Since the number of steps of the control unit is different from that of the cell-phone, the statuses displayed on the control unit may discord from those displayed on the cell-phone. No status is displayed if information about it cannot be obtained. Setting the cell-phone in the private mode can disable the hands-free function.
1 Displays the various conditions. : Displays short message status. If a cellphone which supports SMS function is not connected, this mark does not appear. : There is unread short message. : There is no unread short message. : Downloading Phonebook. : Indicates there is a call on hold. : Displays the signal strength.* The more the number of bar segments, the stronger the signal. : Displays the present Auto Answering status : When Auto Answering is on : When Auto Answering is off : Displays the battery drain of the cellphone.* The more the number of bar segments, the higher the battery level. 2 Displays the called phone numbers. If you have registered a phone number in the Phonebook, the destination person name is displayed. 3 Calls the displayed preset phone number. 4 Displays the SMS Select screen. See <SMS (Short Message Service)> (page 55). 5 Displays the Search for Phonebook screen. See <Calling by Phonebook> (page 48). 6 Displays the Outgoing Calls screen. See <Making a Call Using Outgoing/ Incoming Call Records> (page 50). 7 Displays the Incoming Calls screen. See <Making a Call Using Outgoing/ Incoming Call Records> (page 50). 8 Calls the preset phone number. For information on how to preset a phone number, see <Phone Number Preset> (page 54). 9 Displays the Hands-Free Set Up screen. See <Setting Up the Hands-Free Phone> 46
Make a call.
If there are more than one phone numbers registered under the same name, and the key word voice is registered for each phone number, you will hear another beep. For how to register key word, see <Key Word Voice Recognition> (page 53).
If there are more than one phone numbers registered under the same name, go to step 3. 3 Select a Phone number category
2 Setup each item
4 Calls the displayed phone number. 5 Creates an SMS to the displayed address. See <SMS (Short Message Service)> (page 55). 6 Selects the Phone number category. 7 Scrolls the phone number. 8 Returns to the previous screen. 4 Make a call
A message is displayed if the voice is not recognized. Read the message for the further operation.
1 Moves to the "Hands Free Setup 2" screen. 2 Sets an automatic response time after call termination. ( "8") "Off": This function can not use. "0-99": Sets to calling ring time (second). 3 Sets a ringing tone output position. ( "Front R") "Front L": Outputs the tone from the front left-hand side speaker. "Front R": Outputs the tone from the front right-hand side speaker. "Front All": Outputs the tone from the both front speakers. 4 Sets the beep of the incoming call. ( "ON") "ON": Beep is heard. "OFF": Beep is canceled.
Hands Free Unit Control 5 Sets the beep of the incoming SMS. ( "ON") "ON": Beep is heard. "OFF": Beep is canceled. 6 Returns to the Hands-Free Control screen. 7 Returns to the "Hands Free Setup 1" screen. 8 Sets whether to use cell-phone phonebook, outgoing calls list and incoming calls list. ( "ON") "ON": Yes. "OFF": No. 9 Sets the SMS function. ( "ON") "ON": Use SMS function. "OFF": SMS not available. p Registers the voice to select phone number category with voice recognition. See <Key Word Voice Recognition> (page 53). q Registers the phone number to Hands Free Control screen preset button. See <Phone Number Preset> (page 54). w Returns to the Hands-Free Control screen.
Registers voice for voice recognition in Phonebook. Up to 35 voices can be recorded in one cell-phone. 1 Select the name to register Go through the procedure of <Calling by Phonebook> (page 48).
1 Selects a name. "REC" turns on for data with voice for voice recognition already registered. 2 Display the voice registration screen
Registers from SMS incoming calls list. Registers from SMS outgoing calls list. Registers from Phonebook. Registers from outgoing calls list. Registers from incoming calls list. Registers by entering phone numbers. Registers voice for voice recognition to preset number. 9 Registers the currently displayed phone number. 54 DNX5220BT/DNX5220/DDX5022/DDX5022Y/DDX52RY
SMS (Short Message Service)
Uses SMS function. 1 Display the SMS Select screen
SMS Message screen
2 Select a function
p Calls the number in the selected message. q Creates a new message for the selected message. w Scrolls the message. e Returns to the previous screen. 4 Create a message
1 Displays received message list. 2 Displays sent message list. 3 Displays the Message screen. If there is an unfinished message, the button will be active. 4 Retrieves SMS messages from the cellphone. 5 Returns to the Hands Free screen. 3 Select message to display
r Moves the cursor. t Displays remaining number of characters allowed. y Enters character. u Changes keyboard character type. i Sends the message. o Sets the key layout of the character buttons. abc : Alphabetical key layout. qwe : Qwerty key layout. ; Enters space. a Erases the entered character. If pressed more than 1 second, all the input characters are erased. s Returns to the previous screen.
6 Calls the number in the selected message. 7 Creates a new message for the selected message. 8 Scrolls the list. 9 Displays the selected message.
You can set up various receiver parameters.
Displays the Setup menu to set various functions. 1 Display the control screen of any source
You can setup a speaker network, etc. 1 Display the Audio SETUP screen Touch Menu" screen (page 56). in the "Setup
[Audio Setup] cannot be selected under the following conditions: When no source is selected. When dual zone function is set to on. See <Zone Control> (page 80)
Touch any source button on the "Source Select" screen. 2 Display the Setup Menu
3 Select the setup item
1 The selected setup screen appears. 2 Scrolls the setup menu.
[Audio Setup] and [AV Interface] options can be locked. The key mark ( ) is displayed in reverse video for the locked option. See <Setup Memory> (page 77).
1 Selects the speaker to set the crossover. See <Crossover Network Setup> (page 57). 2 Sets the availability of subwoofers. This can be selected only when Preout is set to "Subwoofer". See <System Setup> (page 60). 3 Selects the type of front speakers. "Standard": Setup for general diameter speakers "Narrow": Setup for small diameter speakers "Middle": Setup for middle diameter speakers "Wide": Setup for large diameter speakers 4 Switches to the crossover setup screen. See <Crossover Network Setup> (page 57).
See <DVD Setup> (page 57) and select [Menu Language], [Sub Title Language] or [Audio Language].
2 Display the Language Setup screen
*1 Disabled when a DVD is being played.
1 Enters a language code. 2 Cancels the language setup and returns to the "DVD Setup 1" screen. 3 Sets the original audio language. (It appears during Audio Language setup.) 4 Sets the language and returns to the "DVD Setup 1" screen. (It appears after you have entered a language code.) 5 Clears the language code. 3 Enter a language code See <DVD Language Codes> (page 88) and select the desired language. 4 Set the language you use
Parental Level Setup
Sets a parental level. 1 Display the Parental Level code number screen See <DVD Setup> (page 57) and touch [Parental Level].
4 Select a parental level and complete the setup
6 Selects a parental level. 7 Complete the parental level setup and returns to the "DVD Setup 2" screen.
2 Enter the code number
If a disc has higher parental lock level, you need to enter the code number. The parental lock level varies depending on a loaded disc. If a disc has no parental lock, anybody can play it back even when you have set the parental lock.
1 Enters a code number. 2 Cancels the current setup and returns to the "DVD Setup 2" screen. 3 Indicates the present parental lock level. 4 Determines the code number and displays the Parental Level setup screen. 5 Clears the code number.
The number you enter first is set as your code number. You can clear the code number by pressing the Reset button.
3 Display the Parental Level Setup screen
Checks the registration code. This code is needed when making a disc which has DRM (Digital Rights Management). 1 Display the DivX Setup screen Touch Menu" screen (page 56). in the "Setup
You can set up the system parameters. 1 Display the System Setup screen Touch Menu" screen (page 56). 2 Setup each item
Direct Source Button Setup
Registers the source displayed in the favorite source screen. 1 Displays the Direct SRC button Setup screen
y Returns to the "User Interface 3" screen. u Sets whether to display the name of the , , , and buttons on the right side of the menu screen. i Registers the source displayed in the favorite source screen. See <Direct Source ButtonSetup> (page 65).
See <User Interface> (page 64). 2 Select a preset button
Selects the preset button to register. Selects the source to register. Scrolls the source button list. Returns to the "User Interface 4" screen.
3 Select a source to register
4 Complete the registration
The selected source is registered to the preset button.
Loads a image for background. 1 Connect the device which has the image to load 2 Display the User Interface screen Touch Menu" screen (page 56). in the "Setup
Deletes the background image. 1 Delete the image you have loaded
3 Display the Background Memory screen 2 Confirm
4 Select the image to load 1 Returns to the Pictrue Select screen.
Lists the files. Scroll the list. Returns to Media Select screen. Returns to the previous folder. Returns to the "User Interface" screen.
5 Load the image
6 Rotates the image. 7 Returns to the Picture Select screen.
See <About Picture files> (page 8) for readable image specifications. This operation is not possible when USB is selected as the source.
Selects a image for background. 1 Select Background Change screen
Touch Panel Adjustment
You can adjust the touch panel operations. 1 Display the Touch panel Adjustment screen Touch Menu" screen (page 56). 2 Start Touch panel setup in the "Setup
2 Select a image for background
3 Adjust the Touch panel
1 Returns to the initial background. 2 Returns to the original screen. 3 Set the image as the background
Follow the instruction on the screen and touch the center of. 1 Cancels the adjustment and returns to the Touch Panel Adjust screen. 2 Resets to the initial status.
9 Adjusts the volume of the present source based on the difference level of original volume.
You can set up the equalizer. 1 Display Equalizer Control Touch in the "Audio Control Menu" screen (page 78). 2 Display the Equalizer screen
If you have increased the volume first, then reduced the volume using the "Vol. Offset", the sound generated if you suddenly switch to another source may be extremely loud.
1 Selects an equalizer curve type. You can select any of the following equalizer curves. "Natural" "Rock" "Pops" "Easy" "Top40" "Jazz" "User"
"User" can be selected after tone adjustment is carried out. See <Tone Setup> (page 80).
2 Selects items to be adjusted for tone curve setup. If turned "OFF", only Level can be setup for tone curves. 3 Displays the Tone curve setup screen. (page 80)
You can set a Tone curve. 1 Display the Tone screen
You can set the front and rear audio source. 1 Display Zone Control Touch in the "Audio Control Menu" screen (page 78).
See <Equalizer Control> (page 79). 2 Set the Tone
1 Displays the current source. 2 Set the Zone Control
Tone curve becomes flat. Bass adjustment items are displayed. Middle adjustment items are displayed. Treble adjustment items are displayed. Sets the Center frequency. Sets the level. Sets the Q factor. (Only Bass and Middle can be set) 8 Bass DC Extend settings (Only when Bass is selected) If turned "ON", it extends the bass center frequency to the low register by approximately 20%. 9 Returns to the "Equalizer" screen.
2 Turns the Zone Function (that sets different source sounds for front and rear speakers) On or Off. 3 Sets the front and rear audio source separately. (This button appears when the Zone function is On.)
When the rear speaker sound is switched, the audio source that is output at the AV OUTPUT terminal is also switched to the same source.
4 Adjusts the volume of the rear channel. (This button appears when the Zone function is On.)
There are following limitations when zone function is set to "On". - There is no output from the subwoofer. - <Audio Setup> (page 56) and <Equalizer Control> (page 79) are not available. - When "DVD" or "USB" is selected as the front source, the rear source can be selected from "Front" (same source as front), "iPod" or "VIDEO", etc. When the rear source is
Common operations (AUD mode)
Source switching Switches to the source to be played.
DISP SRC ZOOM MENU OUT IN POSITION V.SEL
Cursor key Moves the cursor when displaying menu.
ZOOM MENU OUT IN POSITION AUD DVD TV NAVI MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC AUDIO RETURN
Volume control Adjusts the volume.
VIEW MAP DIR ANGLE
ENTER Enters options.
ZOOM MENU OUT IN POSITION
DVD TV NAVI
VOL MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC 2 ZONE
2ABC 3 DEF
Volume attenuator Press the key once to lower the volume. Press again to restore the previous volume.
Hands-free communication Enters the dialing method selection mode. When a call comes in, it answers the call.
MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC ROUTEM AV OUT VIEW VOICE OPEN MAP DIR ANGLE
AUDIO RETURN CANCEL SUBTITLE
7 PQRS 8TUV 9WXYZ
ATT ZOOM VOL
Dual Zone Switches the Dual Zone function ON and OFF.
Function Switches the function screen.
DVD TV NAVI
MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC ROUTEM VOICE OPEN MAP DIR
AV OUT VIEW
2ABC 3 DEF 5JKL 6MNO
Rear volume control Adjusts volume at rear when the Dual Zone function is ON.
MODE Switches the screen mode. Screen mode changes each time you press this key.
TV NAVI MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC ROUTEM VOICE OPEN MAP DIR ANGLE
V.SEL Switches to the navigation screen.
DVD/VCD/CD/Audio files (DVD mode)
Folder search Selects the folder to be played.
CD Track number Play time Cancel Audio files Folder number File number Cancel VCD 1.X, VCD 2.X (PBC OFF)
Track search and file search Selects the track or file to be played.
Track number Cancel VCD 2.X (PBC ON)
Play/Pause Pauses the track. Press again to resume playing.
Scene number Number Cancel Once you have switched to the direct search feature, specify the search number from the numeric keypad, and then press [ENTER] key. Numeric keypad
Stop Memorizes the last point where the disc stopped. When pressed again, the last point is deleted.
ENTER Performs the selected function.
Direct tuning After pressing this key, use the keypad to specify the broadcast station you wish to receive.
ZOOM Zooms in or out the navigation map.
MENU Displays Main menu. Example: 92.1MHz (FM)
0 9WXYZ 2ABC 1
SRC ZOOM MENU OUT IN POSITION DISP V.SEL
Example: 810kHz (AM)
0 8TUV 1 0
CANCEL Displays previous screen.
TV NAVI MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC ROUTEM VOICE OPEN MAP DIR ANGLE SUBTITLE AUDIO RETURN CANCEL
To use preset tuning, press the number of a programmed broadcast station. ( ) Press the direct tuning key first, then specify the frequency of the station to receive.
POSITION Displays the current position.
ROUTEM Displays Route Option menu.
TV NAVI MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC ROUTEM AV OUT VIEW VOICE OPEN MAP DIR ANGLE SUBTITLE AUDIO RETURN CANCEL
VIEW Switches between 2D and 3D map displays.
VOICE Plays Voice guidance.
MAP DIR Switches between the heading up navigation and north up navigation map displays.
DVD Language Codes
Code Language Code Language Code Language
aa ab af am ar as ay az ba be bg bh bi bn bo br ca co cs cy da de dz el en eo es et eu fa fi fj fo fr fy ga gd gli gn gu ha he hi hr hu hy ia ie ik id 88
Afar Abkhazian Afrikaans Amharic Arabic Assamese Aymara Azerbaijani Bashkir Byelorussian Bulgarian Bihari Bislama Bengali, Bangla Tibetan Breton Catalan Corsican Czech Welsh Danish German Bhutani Greek English Esperanto Spanish Estonian Basque Persian Finnish Fiji Faroese French Frisian Irish Scots Gaelic Galician Guarani Gujarati Hausa Hebrew Hindi Croatian Hungarian Armenian Interlingua Interlingue Inupiak Indonesian
is it ja jv ka kk kl km kn ko ks ku ky la lb ln lo lt lv mg mi mk ml mn mo mr ms mt my na ne nl no oc om or pa pl ps pt qu rm rn ro ru rw sa sd sg sh
Icelandic Italian Japanese Javanese Georgian Kazakh Greenlandic Cambodian Kannada Korean Kashmiri Kurdish Kirghiz Latin Luxembourgish Lingala Laotian Lithuanian Latvian, Lettish Malagasy Maori Macedonian Malayalam Mongolian Moldavian Marathi Malay Maltese Burmese Nauru Nepali Dutch Norwegian Occitan (Afan) Oromo Oriya Punjabi Polish Pashto, Pushto Portuguese Quechua Rhaeto-Romance Kirundi Romanian Russian Kinyarwanda Sanskrit Sindhi Sangho Serbo-Croatian
si sk sl sm sn so sq sr ss st su sv sw ta te tg th ti tk tl tn to tr ts tt tw uk ur uz vi vo wo xh yo zh zu
Singhalese Slovak Slovenian Samoan Shona Somali Albanian Serbian Siswati Sesotho Sundanese Swedish Swahili Tamil Telugu Tajik Thai Tigrinya Turkmen Tagalog Setswana Tongan Turkish Tsonga Tatar Twi Ukrainian Urdu Uzbek Vietnamese Volapuk Wolof Xhosa Yoruba Chinese Zulu
When the unit fails to operate correctly, the cause of the failure appears on the display.
Protect : Protective circuit has been activated because a speaker cord has shorted or it has come in contact with the car chassis. Error 0767: The unit is not operating correctly due to some reason or other.
Push the unit's Reset button. If the "Error 0767" message does not disappear, see your nearest Kenwood dealer.
No Device (USB device)/Disconnected (iPod): The USB device/iPod is selected as a source although no USB device/iPod is connected.
Wire or insulate the speaker cord as appropriate and then push the Reset button (page 6).
Hot Error : When the internal temperature of this unit rises to 60C or more, the protection circuit is activated and you may not be able to operate the unit. At such times this message will appear.
Change the source to any source other than USB/iPod. Connect an USB device/iPod, and change the source to USB/iPod again.
No Music: The connected USB device contains no playable audio file. Media was played that doesnt have data recorded that the unit can play. USB Device Error!!: The connected USB device is rated a current capacity higher than the allowable limit.
Use the unit again after reducing the temperature inside the vehicle.
Hold Error : Activation of the protective circuit when the temperature inside the disc changer is higher than 60 degrees Celsius stops the disc changer from operating. At such times this message will appear.
Use when the temperature at the site where the disc changer has been fitted has dropped.
Mecha Error : The disc player is malfunctioning.
! Cannot set up the subwoofer phase.
Subwoofer is not set to On. <Audio Setup>
(page 56) Low pass filter is set to Through. <Crossover Network Setup> (page 57)
section on <INSTALLATION MANUAL>.
! Cannot select the output destination of the
subsource in the Dual zone. Cannot adjust the volume of the rear speakers. The Dual zone function is disabled. <Zone Control> (page 80)
? The specified disc does not play, but another
one plays instead.
The specified disc is quite dirty. Clean the disc. The disc is severely scratched. Try another disc instead.
! Cannot play audio files.
"CD Read" of <System Setup> (page 60) is set
Audio file source
! Cannot Folder select.
The Scan play or Random play function is
? The sound skips when an Audio file is being
The media is scratched or dirty. Clean the media, referring to the CD
! Cannot perform Repeat play.
The PBC function is enabled.
cleaning of the section on <Handling discs> (page 6).
The recording condition is bad. Record the media again or use another
! Cannot set up the equalizer.
Cannot set up the crossover network. The Dual zone function is enabled. <Zone Control> (page 80)
! Cannot watch the source selected as AV-OUT
in the rear monitor. A source control screen is displayed in front. <AV lnterface Setup> (page 62) "AV-OUT Graphic Output" of <AV Interface Setup> is set to "Black".
? The touch panel control of the navigation
system does not work.
Navigation software is not the latest version. Update the navigation software. For how to
update the software, refer to the instruction manual of the navigation unit.
Picture Size : 6.1 inches (diagonal) wide : 136.08 mm (W) x 71.96 mm (H) Display Sytem : Transparent TN LCD panel Drive System : TFT active matrix system Number of Pixels : 336,960 (480H x 234V x RGB) Effective Pixels : 99.99 % Pixel Arrangement : RGB striped arrangement Back Lighting : Cold Cathode Fluorescent Tube
MONITOR WITH DVD RECEIVER
DDX5022 DDX5022Y DDX52RY
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1. To prevent short circuits, remove the key from the ignition and disconnect the - terminal of the battery. 2. Make the proper input and output wire connections for each unit. 3. Connect the wire on the wiring harness. 4. Take Connector B on the wiring harness and connect it to the speaker connector in your vehicle. 5. Take Connector A on the wiring harness and connect it to the external power connector on your vehicle. 6. Connect the wiring harness connector to the unit. 7. Install the unit in your car. 8. Reconnect the - terminal of the battery. 9. Press the reset button.
Mounting and wiring this product requires skills and experience. For safetys sake, leave the mounting and wiring work to professionals. Make sure to ground the unit to a negative 12V DC power supply. Do not install the unit in a spot exposed to direct sunlight or excessive heat or humidity. Also avoid places with too much dust or the possibility of water splashing. Do not use your own screws. Use only the screws provided. If you use the wrong screws, you could damage the unit. If the power is not turned ON (PROTECT is displayed), the speaker wire may have a short-circuit or touched the chassis of the vehicle and the protection function may have been activated. Therefore, the speaker wire should be checked. Make sure that all wire connections are securely made by inserting jacks until they lock completely. If your vehicles ignition does not have an ACC position, or if the ignition wire is connected to a power source with constant voltage such as a battery wire, the power will not be linked with the ignition (i.e., it will not turn on and off along with the ignition). If you want to link the units power with the ignition, connect the ignition wire to a power source that can be turned on and off with the ignition key. Use a commercially available conversion connector if the connector does not fit in the vehicle connector. Insulate unconnected wires with vinyl tape or other similar material. To prevent a short circuit, do not remove the caps on the ends of the unconnected wires or the terminals. If the console has a lid, make sure to install the unit so that the faceplate will not hit the lid when closing and opening. If the fuse blows, first make sure the wires arent touching to cause a short circuit, then replace the old fuse with one with the same rating. Connect the speaker wires correctly to the terminals to which they correspond. The unit may be damaged or fail to work if you share the - wires or ground them to any metal part in the car. After the unit is installed, check whether the brake lamps, blinkers, wipers, etc. on the car are working properly. Mount the unit so that the mounting angle is 30 or less. This unit has the cooling fan (page 5) to decrease the internal temperature. Do not mount the unit in a place where the cooling fan of the unit are blocked. Blocking these openings will inhibit the cooling of the internal temperature and result in malfunction. Do not press hard on the panel surface when installing the unit to the vehicle. Otherwise scars, damage, or failure may result.
If you connect the ignition wire (red) and the battery wire (yellow) to the car chassis (ground), you may cause a short circuit, that in turn may start a fire. Always connect those wires to the power source running through the fuse box.
Ground wire (Black) Battery wire (Yellow) Ignition wire (Red)
Connector B Antenna Cord
(Orange/White) Connect to the vehicle's parking brake detection switch harness. Parking sensor wire (Light Green)
Dimmer control wire (Orange/White)
For the sake of safety, be sure to connect the parking sensor. Reveres sensor wire (Purple/White) Steering remote control input (Light Blue/Yellow)
Connect to vehicle's reverse lamp harness when using the optional rear view camera. To steering remote
To use the steering wheel remote control feature, you need to an exclusive remote adapter (not supplied) matches your car is required. When this terminal is not in use, leave its cap on. Connect to the terminal that is grounded when either the telephone rings or during conversation. To connect the Kenwood navigation system, consult your navigation manual. Power control/ Motor antenna control wire (Blue/White) Mute wire (Brown)
Connect either to the power control terminal when using the optional power amplifier, or to the antenna control terminal in the vehicle.
If no connections are made, do not let the cable come out from the tab.
FM/AM antenna input (JASO) FUSE ( 15A ) Wiring harness (Accessory 1)
Connecting Wires to Terminals
Connector Function Guide
Pin Numbers for ISO Connectors External Power Connector A-4 A-5 A-6 A-7 A-8 Speaker Connector B-1 B-2 B-3 B-4 B-5 B-6 B-7 B-8 Cable Colour Functions
2WARNING Connecting the ISO Connector
The pin arrangement for the ISO connectors depends on the type of vehicle you drive. Make sure to make the proper connections to prevent damage to the unit. The default connection for the wiring harness is described in 1 below. If the ISO connector pins are set as described in 2 or 3, make the connection as illustrated. Please be sure to reconnect the cable as shown 2 below to install this unit to the Volkswagen vehicles etc.
Yellow Blue/White Orange/White Red Black
Battery Power Control Dimmer Ignition (ACC) Earth (Ground) Connection
Purple Purple/Black Gray Gray/Black White White/Black Green Green/Black
Rear Right (+) Rear Right () Front Right (+) Front Right () Front Left (+) Front Left () Rear Left (+) Rear Left ()
1 (Default setting) The A-7 pin of the vehicles ISO connector is linked with the ignition, and the A-4 pin is connected to the constant power supply.
Ignition cable (Red) Unit Battery cable (Yellow) A-4 Pin A-7 Pin Vehicle
2 The A-7 pin of the vehicles ISO connector is connected to the constant power supply, and the A-4 pin is linked to the ignition.
3 The A-4 pin of the vehicles ISO connector is not connected to anything, while the A-7 pin is connected to the constant power supply (or both the A-7 and A-4 pins are connected to the constant power supply).
When the connection is made as in 3 above, the units power will not be linked to the ignition key. For that reason, always make sure to turn off the units power when the ignition is turned off. To link the units power to the ignition, connect the ignition cable (ACC.red) to a power source that can be turned on and off with the ignition key.
USB terminal USB device (commercially available)
Do not connect.
Audio Input Resistance-free stereo type mini plug Visual Input Resistance-free mini plug
Rear View Camera Input Visual input (Yellow) Audio/Visual Output Visual output (Yellow)
Front Preout Audio left output (White) Audio right output (Red) Rear Preout/ Subwoofer Preout Audio left output (White) Audio right output (Red) Audio/Visual Output Audio left output (White) Audio right output (Red)
Optional Accessory Connection
iPod (commercially available)
KCA-iP300V (Optional Accessory)
Audio Output (Black)
Visual Output (Yellow) Visual Input (Yellow)
Navigation System (Optional Accessory)
Audio Input (Black)
KCA-BT200 input (Optional Accessory) TV Tuner (Optional Accessory)
Connection cable (Included in the Navigation System)
TO MONITOR UNIT TV ANTENNA INPUT
Connection cable (Included in the TV tuner)
Installation for Monitor/Player Unit
Firewall or metal support
Screw (M4X8) (commercially available)
Bend the tabs of the mounting sleeve with a screwdriver or similar utensil and attach it in place. Self-tapping screw (commercially available) Metal mounting strap (commercially available)
Make sure that the unit is installed securely in place. If the unit is unstable, it may malfunction (eg, the sound may skip).
Installing the Escutcheon
Removing Monitor/Player Unit
Removing the Hard Rubber Frame (escutcheon)
1. Engage the catch pins on the removal tool 2 and remove the two locks on the lower level. Lower the frame and pull it forward as shown in the figure.
Removal Tool (Accessory 2)
Removing the Unit
1. Remove the hard rubber frame by referring to the removal procedure in the section <Removing the Hard Rubber Frame>. 2. Remove the Hex-head screw with integral washer (M4 8) on the back panel. 3. Insert the two removal tools 2 deeply into the slots on each side, as shown.
The frame can be removed from the top side in the same manner.
2. When the lower level is removed, remove the upper two locations.
4. Lower the removal tool toward the bottom, and pull out the unit halfway while pressing towards the inside.
Be careful to avoid injury from the catch pins on the removal tool.
5. Pull the unit all the way out with your hands, being careful not to drop it.
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