Kenwood DDX8029 Manual
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Kenwood DDX8029 Installation Manual
Kenwood DDX8029 Installation Manual
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MONITOR WITH DVD RECEIVER
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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.
If the power is not turned ON (or it is ON, but will be OFF immediately), 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. If your cars ignition does not have an ACC position, connect the ignition wires to a power source that can be turned on and off with the ignition key. If you connect the ignition wire to a power source with a constant voltage supply, as with battery wires, the battery may die. Only use antenna conversion adapters (ISO-JASO) when the antenna cord has an ISO plug. 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. 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. 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. When only two speakers are being connected to the system, connect the connectors either to both the front output terminals or to both the rear output terminals (do not mix front and rear). For example, if you connect the + connector of the left speaker to a front output terminal, do not connect the - connector to a rear output terminal. 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.
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. Do not cut out the fuse from the ignition wire (red) and the battery wire (yellow). The power supply must be connected to the wires via the fuse.
Ground wire (Black) Battery wire (Yellow) Ignition wire (Red) Accessory 4 (ISO-JASO) FUSE ( 5A )
Antenna Cord (ISO)
Connect to the vehicle's parking brake detection switch harness using the supplied relay connector.
Dimmer control wire (Orange/White)
Parking sensor wire (Light Green)
For the sake of safety, be sure to connect the parking sensor. Reveres sensor wire (Purple/White) Steering remote control input (Light Blue/Yellow) To steering remote
To vehicle's reverse lamp harness
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.
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. To "EXT.AMP.CONT." terminal of the amplifier having the external amp control function.
Power control/ Motor antenna control wire (Blue/White) External amplifier control wire (Pink/Black)
If no connections are made, do not let the cable come out from the tab.
FM/AM antenna input
FUSE ( 10A )
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 (red) of the vehicles ISO connector is linked with the ignition, and the A4 pin (yellow) is connected to the constant power supply.
Ignition cable (Red) Unit Battery cable (Yellow) A-7 Pin (Red) Vehicle A-4 Pin (Yellow)
2 The A-7 pin (red) of the vehicles ISO connector is connected to the constant power supply, and the A-4 pin (yellow) is linked to the ignition.
3 The A-4 pin (yellow) of the vehicles ISO connector is not connected to anything, while the A-7 pin (red) is connected to the constant power supply (or both the A-7 (red) and A-4 (yellow) 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 (iPod) USB terminal
USB device (commercially available) USB device (commercially available)
Do not connect.
RELAY 2 RELAY 1
To Relay Box
Audio/Visual input2 Visual input (Yellow) Audio left input (White) Audio right input (Red) Audio/Visual Output Visual output (Yellow) Audio/Visual input1 Visual input (Yellow) Audio left input (White) Audio right input (Red) Rear View Camera Input Visual input (Yellow) Front Preout Audio left output (White) Audio right output (Red) Rear Preout Audio left output (White) Audio right output (Red) Subwoofer Preout Audio left output (White) Audio right output (Red) Audio/Visual Output Audio left output (White) Audio right output (Red) Audio Input (iPod) Resistance-free stereo type mini plug (3.5) Visual Input (iPod) Resistance-free mini plug (3.5) English |
iPod iPod VIDEO IN AUDIO IN
REAR VIEW CAMERA
Optional Accessory Connection
iPod (commercially available)
Navigation System (Optional Accessory)
KCA-iP300V (Optional Accessory)
Audio Output (Black)
iPod AUDIO IN
Connection cable (Included in the Navigation System)
iPod VIDEO IN
Visual Output (Yellow)
USB terminal USB terminal (iPod) USB terminal iPod cannot be connected.
Connection cable (Included in the Disc changer)
Disc Changer etc. (Optional Accessory)
Connection cable (Included in the TV tuner)
TV ANTENNA INPUT TO MONITOR UNIT
TV Tuner (Optional Accessory)
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 3 and remove the two locks on the lower level. Lower the frame and pull it forward as shown in the figure.
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 3 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.
How to read this manual
This manual uses illustrations to explain its operations.
The displays and panels shown in this manual are examples used to provide clear explanations of the operations. For this reason, they may be different from the actual displays or panels used, or some display patterns may be different.
Sets a station selection.
The mode is switched in following order each time you touch the button. Display "AUTO1" "AUTO2" "MANU" Setting Tunes in a station with good reception automatically. Tunes in stations in memory one after another. Switches to the next frequency manually.
Stores the current receiving station in memory.
1 Select a station you wish to store in memory
2 Store in memory
Next page 3
The above operation example with the mark differs from the actual operation.
2WARNING To prevent injury or fire, take the following precautions:
To prevent a short circuit, never put or leave any metallic objects (such as coins or metal tools) inside the unit. Do not watch or fix your eyes on the units display when you are driving for any extended period. Mounting and wiring this product requires skills and experience. For safetys sake, leave the mounting and wiring work to professionals.
About CD players/disc changers connected to this unit
Kenwood disc changers/ CD players released in 1998 or later can be connected to this unit. Refer to the catalog or consult your Kenwood dealer for connectable models of disc changers/ CD players. Note that any Kenwood disc changers/ CD players released in 1997 or earlier and disc changers made by other makers cannot be connected to this unit. Connecting unsupported disc changers/CD players to this unit may result in damage. Set the "O-N" Switch to the "N" position for the applicable Kenwood disc changers/ CD players. The functions you can use and the information that can be displayed may differ depending on the models being connected.
2CAUTION To prevent damage to the machine, take the following precautions:
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 subject the faceplate to excessive shock, as it is a piece of precision equipment. When replacing a fuse, only use a new fuse with the prescribed rating. Using a fuse with the wrong rating may cause your unit to malfunction. Do not apply excessive force to the open faceplate or place objects on it. Doing so will cause damage or breakdown. Do not use your own screws. Use only the screws provided. If you use the wrong screws, you could damage the unit.
You can damage both your unit and the CD changer if you connect them incorrectly.
When you turn on the car heater in cold weather, dew or condensation may form on the lens in the CD player of the unit. Called lens fogging, this condensation on the lens may not allow CDs to play. In such a situation, remove the disc and wait for the condensation to evaporate. If the unit still does not operate normally after a while, consult your Kenwood dealer.
Do Not Load 3-in. CDs in the CD slot
If you try to load a 3 in. CD with its adapter into the unit, the adapter might separate from the CD and damage the unit.
If you experience problems during installation, consult your Kenwood dealer. When you purchase optional accessories, check with your Kenwood dealer to make sure that they work with your model and in your area. The characters conforming to ISO 8859-1 character set can be displayed. The RDS or RBDS feature wont work where the service is not supported by any broadcasting station. The illustrations of the display and the panel appearing in this manual are examples used to explain more clearly how the controls are used. Therefore, what appears on the display in the illustrations may differ from what appears on the display on the actual equipment, and some of the illustrations on the display may be inapplicable.
Applying spray cleaner directly to the unit may affect its mechanical parts. Wiping the faceplate with a hard cloth or using a volatile liquid such as thinner or alcohol may scratch the surface or erases characters.
TV tuner that can be connected to this unit
KTC-V500E KTC-V300E KTC-D500E
About Navigation units that can be connected to this unit
KNA-G520/G420 KNA-DV3200 KNA-DV2200
How to reset your unit
If the unit fails to operate properly, press the Reset button. The unit returns to factory settings when the Reset button is pressed. Remove the USB device before pressing the Reset button. Pressing the Reset button with the USB device installed can damage the data contained in the USB device. For how to remove the USB device, refer to <Playing a USB device> (page 13). Press the reset button if the disc auto changer fails to operate correctly. Normal operation should be restored.
About iPod that can be connected to this unit
You can control an iPod from this unit by connecting an iPod (commercial product) with Dock connector using an optional accessory iPod connection cable (KCA-iP300V). The following iPods can be controlled from this unit. Controllable iPod iPod nano iPod nano second generation iPod with video Software version iPod nano software 1.2 iPod nano software 1.1.1 iPod software 1.2
See <List of playable discs> (page 8) for a list of supported discs and formats.
Remove a disc
Press  (Eject) button to open the operation panel. After removing the disc, press  (Eject) button to close the operation panel. 12 DDX8029
Playing a USB device
When connecting a USB device, playback starts automatically.
Remove the USB device
Press on the USB control screen to enter the USB suspend mode, and then remove the USB device. Refer to <USB Device Control> (page 40).
Removing the USB device before entering the USB suspend mode may result in damaging the data in the USB device.
If the USB source is selected when a USB device is not connected, "No Device" is displayed. When the playback is stopped and then restarted, the playback will start from the point where it was stopped at the last time. Even if the USB is removed and connected again, the playback will start from the last stopped point unless the contents in the USB device is changed. Make sure that the USB device is connected firmly.
C Switches the function screen
The function control screen switches in the following order each time you press the button.
Picture & Easy Control Panel Source Control Screen Picture Panel (OFF)
The following buttons are always displayed on the source control screen.
Displays the Source Select screen. (page 53) Returns to the Source Control screen. Displays the Audio Control Menu screen. (page 86) Displays the SETUP Menu screen. (page 66) Adjusts the Volume. Clock display
Touch displayed at bottom right of various screens to return to the original screen.
D Switches the video source
The video source switches in the following order each time you press the button.
Built-in Disc Player TV Video iPod Rear View Camera Navigation
You can also turn off the video display by pressing the button longer than 1 second. When you press the button again, the previous video display comes back on.
The Rear view camera video is displayed when the vehicle's gear is in "Reverse". Set the "NAVIGATION" of the <AV Interface Setup> (page 72) to "RGB"/"AV-IN" to display the Navigation video.
E Switches the audio source
The audio source is switched in the following order each time you press the button.
DAB TUNER Build-in Disc Player USB device iPod TV VIDEO iPod External TV Player Disc Video AUX EXT Navigation Standby
1 Scrolls the list. 2 Lists folders and Audio files Folder opens when touched, and the Audio file is played. 3 Moves to the top hierarchy level. 4 Moves up a hierarchy level. 5 Returns to the original screen.
Disc Select (Function of Disc Changer)
Displays a list of discs in the Disc changer and allows you to select the disc to listen. 1 Start Direct Select
2 Enter a track number
3 Search When searching for a track:
DISP SRC ZOOM MENU OUT IN POSITION V.SEL
2 Select a Disc
During play of an external disc player or disc changer 1 Enter a disc or track number
1 Lists the discs. Plays when touched. 2 Switches the list name to Disc name or Disc Text. 3 Returns to the original screen.
2 Search When searching for a track:
AV OUT VIEW OPEN MAP DIR ANGLE
Searches for a disc or a track when its number is entered.
2ABC 3 DEF
During play on the built-in disc player 1 Select the Direct Search mode
When searching for a disc:
The following items can be searched directly each time it is pressed. CD: Track number, Total play time Audio file: Folder, File
The operation ends automatically if you do not operate within 10 seconds.
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
DVD ME D I A
Mode : F u l l
P 0 : : 00 A V-OUT: A V - I N 1
P 0 : : 05 A V-OUT: A V - I N 1
SRC DVD ME D I A
P 0 : : 05
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. 5 JPEG: Picture Control Button Area (page 30) DivX: Sub=Off, Audio 1/1 MPEG: Not effective 6 Information Display Button Area
Switches the source. Stops playing. Selects a folder. Selects a file. Plays or pause.
p Repeats to play (the preset files or data). q Starts or stops Random Play (to play files of the present folder in random order). w Switches the number of lines displayed in the Information Display. e Folder and File Number Display r Play Mode Display t Play Time Display y Function Indicator u Appears when a disc is inserted.
i Repeats to play the file of the present folder.
o You can search for folders and files through a hierarchy. See <Folder Select> (page 30). ; Displays information of file being played. a Displays the external device control screen. See <External Device Power Supply Control> (page 54).
1 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. 2 Ejects a disc. 3 Fast Forwards or Fast Backwards. (Disabled when a JPEG is being played.) 4 Stops playing. When pressed twice, the disc is played back from its beginning in the next time. 5 Selects a file. 6 Plays or pauses. 7 Selects a folder. 8 Switches the button display. 9 Starts or stops Scan Play (that plays the beginning of each song or data one after the other). English 29
Adjusting the video display. 1 Starts Picture Control
Searches folders and Video files/Pictures stored in media and devices according to hierarchy. 1 Start Folder Select
2 Adjusts the video display
2 Selects a file
Reverses the picture horizontally. Rotates counter clockwise. Rotates clockwise. Ends Picture Control.
1 Scrolls the list. 2 Lists folders and Video files/Picture files. Folder opens when touched, and the Video file/Picture file is played. 3 Moves to the top hierarchy level. 4 Moves up a hierarchy level. 5 Returns to the original screen.
Various control screens appear in the Tuner Source mode.
For the basic method of receiver button operations, refer to <Basic Operations> (page 12). Set the remote controller mode switch to "AUD" mode before starting operation, refer to <Remote Controller mode switch> (page 90).
Switch to control screen to use various functions.
Chap 1 Mode : F u l l
P 0:00:05 AV-OUT: AV - I N SCRN
P 0:00:05 AV-OUT: AV - I N 1 SCRN
IN AT T
Switches the source. Switches the band (to AM or FM1/2/3). Tunes in a station. Switches the Seek Mode. See <Seek Mode> (page 32). 5 Displays the Screen Control screen. See <Screen Control> (page 57). 6 Displays the external device control screen. See <External Device Power Supply Control> (page 54).
1 Radio station information display. Selects the Program Service Name, Title, Artist name, Station Name, Category Name 1/2, or Radio Text. 2 Turns the Traffic Information function On or Off. See <Traffic Information>, (page 35). 3 Switches to the FM1/2/3 band. 4 Switches to the AM band. 5 Tunes in a station. Use the <Seek Mode> (page 32) to change the frequency switching. Next page 3 English 31
Radio Listening 6 Switches the button display. 7 Selects the Monaural reception mode. (Only when receiving the FM broadcast) 8 Selects the Auto Memory mode. (Refer to page 33 for the <Auto Memory>) 9 Switches the Seek Mode. (Refer to page 32 for the <Seek Mode>) p Switches the number of lines displayed in the Information Display. q Turns the Local Seek function On or Off.
w When to buttons appear, you can recall the stations on memory. For memory of broadcasting stations, refer to <Auto Memory> (page 33) or <Manual Memory> (page 33).
e Searches station by program type. See <Search for Program Type> (page 36). r Lists and selects memorized station. See <Preset Select> (page 34). t Displays Radio Text screen. See <Radio Text> (page 34). y Displays the external device control screen. See <External Device Power Supply Control> (page 54).
: Press for # seconds.
Stores stations with good reception in memory automatically. 1 Select a band you wish to store in memory
Stores the current receiving station in memory. 1 Select a station you wish to store in memory
2 Select the Auto Memory mode
3 Start Auto Memory
Continue to touch until the memory number appears.
Touch or. Auto Memory terminates when 6 stations are stored or when all stations are tuned in.
Lists and selects memorized station. 1 Start Preset Select
You can display the radio text. (Only when receiving the FM broadcast) 1 Select a station 2 Display the radio text
2 Selects a station
1 Scrolls the list. 2 Memorized stations are displayed. Touch to tune in. 3 Returns to the original screen.
1 Select the Program Service Name, Title & Artist name, Station Name, Category1/2, or Radio Text for text display. When is appeared, the text display is scrolled by pressing it. 2 Scrolls the Radio text plus display. 3 Returns to the original screen.
Tunes in a station when its frequency is entered. 1 Select a band
When a traffic bulletin starts, any source is switched to the traffic information and it is displayed automatically. 1 Set the Traffice information mode
VOL 2 ZONE
2 Select the Direct Search mode
4 GHI 5JKL 6MNO
3 Enter frequency
When the traffic bulletin starts. The Traffic Information screen appears automatically. Traffic Information screen
When you enter frequency, signal reception starts. Example: When you receive FM 92.1 MHz
5 Plays or pauses. 6 Switches the button display. 7 Starts or stops Scan Play (that plays the beginning of each music one after the other). 8 Repeats to play (the present music). 9 Starts or stops Random Play (to play music in random order). (Only in Folder Select Mode)*1 p Switches the number of lines displayed in the Information Display. q Track (Music) Number Display w Play Mode Display e Play Time Display
Lists and searches music contained in the USB device. 1 Display the Category List
2 Select a category
r Repeats to play the music or data of the present folder. (Only in Folder Select Mode)
1 Returns to the original screen. 3 Select music
t Displays the folder list. Refer to <Folder Select> (page 42). y Displays the list of category. Refer to <USB List> (page 41). u Displays information screen of music being played. i Displays the external device control screen. See <External Device Power Supply Control> (page 54).
* Disable during play list mode.
Switches to the lower level of the category. Lists all the music in the selected category. Moves to the upper level of the category. Moves to the top category. Displays the currently playing category. (Only in Category Mode) 7 Returns to the original screen.
Searches folders and Audio files stored in the USB device according to hierarchy. 1 Start Folder Select
2 Selects a song
1 Scrolls the list. 2 Lists folders and Audio files Folder opens when touched, and the Audio file is played. 3 Moves to the top hierarchy level. 4 Moves up a hierarchy level. 5 Displays the currently playing file. 6 Returns to the original screen.
Various control screens appear in the TV Source mode. (You can only operate TV with the optional accessory TV Tuner connected.)
Functions During TV Screen
Basic functions are available even when the TV screen is displayed. Display the TV screen
Group 1 Preset 1 Mode : F u l l
2ch AV- O U T: AV- I N 1
1 TV Band Number Display 2 TV Area Group Display Refer to <TV Setup> (page 81). 3 Memory Number Display 4 Channel Number Display 5 Channel Up Area Increase the channel. Use the <Seek mode> (page 44) to change the channel tuning sequence. 6 Channel Down Area Decrease the channel. Use the <Seek mode> (page 44) to change the channel tuning sequence. 7 Band Switch Area Switches to TV1 or TV2. 8 Information Display Button Area
TV1 Mode : F u l l
2ch AV-OUT: AV - I N SCRN
SRC TV TV1
For TV picture selection and receiver button operations, see <Basic operations> (page 12). The information display is cleared automatically after approximately 5 seconds. Also, the information can be displayed automatically when it is updated.
Either the time interval for automatic answer set on this unit or the time interval set on the cell-phone, whichever is shorter, takes effect. Select the speaker which is further from the microphone in order to prevent howling or echoes.
Deleting the Hands-Free Phone
You can cancel a registration of Hands-Free phone. 1 Display the Hands-Free Set Up screen
The Phone Book, outgoing call list, and incoming call list are deleted together with the deleted Hands-Free phone.
2 Display the Phone Delete list
Phone Delete screen
1 Selects the cell-phone to be deleted from the list. 2 Returns to the Hands-Free Set Up screen. 3 Select a Hands-Free phone you wish to delete
You can set up various receiver parameters.
Displays the Setup Menu to set various functions. 1 Display the control screen
You can setup a speaker network, etc. 1 Display the Audio SETUP screen Touch [Audio SETUP] in the SETUP Menu (page 66).
Press several times until the control screen appears. 2 Display the setup Menu
[Audio SETUP] cannot be selected when no source is selected.
2 Setup each item
3 Select the setup item
1 The selected setup screen appears. 2 Scrolls the setup menu.
1 Selects the speaker to set the crossover. See <Crossover Network Setup> (page 67). 2 Sets the availability of subwoofers. 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 67). 5 Returns to the original screen.
Crossover Network Setup
You can set a crossover frequency of speakers. 1 Select the speaker to set the crossover
You can set up the DVD play. 1 Display the DVD SETUP screen Touch [DVD SETUP] in the SETUP Menu (page 66). 2 Setup each item
Sets the High Pass Filter of the front speaker. Sets the High Pass Filter of the rear speaker. Sets the Low Pass Filter of the sub woofer. Switches to the crossover setup screen. Returns to the original screen.
r Sets whether to display animation when switching screens. ( On) t Sets whether to display the name of the , , , and buttons on the right side of the menu screen. ( Off ) y Returns to the original screen.
q Sets an on-screen display of the DVD Playback screen. ( Manual) "Auto": Information is displayed for 5 seconds when updated. 74 DDX8029
Loads images for background. 1 Connect the device which has the image to load 2 Display the User Interface screen
Deletes the background image. 1 Display Delete Image Select screen
2 Select the image to be deleted
3 Select the image to load
Folder Select usb1
sample images1 sample images2 sample images3
1 Root 2 Fol
sample images4 sample images5
1 Returns to the original screen. 3 Delete the image
1 Returns to Media Select screen. 2 Returns to the previous folder. 3 Scrolls the list. 4 Load the image
Rotation Angle Select/Memory
4 Rotates the image. 5 Returns to the Picture Select screen.
Would you like to delete Background?
Refer to <About Picture files> (page 11) for readable image specifications. Up to 3 images can be loaded. This operation is not possible when USB is selected as the source.
2 Returns to the Pictrue Select screen.
Selects a image for background. 1 Select Background Select screen
Touch panel Adjustment
You can adjust the touch panel operations. 1 Display the Touch panel Adjustment screen Touch [Touch] in the SETUP Menu (page 66). 2 Starts Touch panel setup
2 Select a image for background
1 Returns to the original screen. 3 Adjusts 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. 2 Cancels the adjustment and returns to the Touch Panel Adjust screen. 3 Resets to the initial status.
You can adjust the clock time. 1 Display the Clock Setup screen Touch [Clock] in the SETUP Menu (page 66). 2 Setup the Clock
Clock time display Adjusts hours. Adjusts minutes. Sets "00" minute. Setup examples: 3:00~3:29 \ 3:00 3:30~3:59 \ 4:Sets the clock time in synchronization with the time data sent from the RDS station. ( On) When turned On, the synchronized mode starts and the clock cannot be adjusted manually. 6 Returns to the original screen. 3 Adjust the clock time
Full picture mode (Full)
Zoom picture mode (Zoom)
Justify picture mode (Just)
Normal picture mode (Normal)
Security Code Setup
You can set a security code to protect your receiver system against theft.
3 Enter a security Code
When the Security Code function is activated it cannot be released. Note, your Security Code is the 4 digit number entered in your "Car Audio Passport" in this package.
1 Display the Security Code Setup screen Touch [Security] in the SETUP Menu (page 66).
Input four-digit number. 4 Register your security code
5 Reenter the security code 1 Displays the Security code input screen. 2 Turns the SI function on or off. If turned "On", the burglar alarm lamp flashes when the vehicle ignition is off. ( On) 3 Returns to the original screen. 2 Start Security Code setup Reenter the same security code as that you have entered in Step 3 for confirmation.
If you enter a different security code, the screen returns to Step 3 (for the first code entry).
6 Register the security code again
If you have already completed the code registration, cannot touch.
Now, your security code is registered. If you press the Reset button or if you disconnect your receiver from the battery after the code registration, you need to enter the registered security code.
If you have pressed the Reset button or if you have disconnected the Receiver from battery. 1 Enter the correct security code
The TV signal receiving areas can be set. (with the optional accessory TV Tuner connected only) 1 Displaying TV SETUP screen Touch [TV SETUP] in the SETUP Menu (page 66). 2 Setting up TV
You must enter the same security code as that you have entered in Step 3. 2 Enter the security code
1 Sets the present TV1 receiving area. 2 Returns to the original screen.
Now, you can use your Receiver.
If you enter an incorrect security code, you cannot use your Receiver for a while.
Incorrect entry count or more
Receiver inoperable time 5 minutes 1 hour 24hours
3 Sets the present TV2 receiving area. 4 Returns to the original screen.
The related RDS parameters can be set. 1 Display RDS SETUP screen Touch [RDS SETUP] in the SETUP Menu (page 66). 2 Setting up RDS
You can set the DAB reception. (only with the optional accessory DAB Tuner connected) 1 Display the DAB Setup screen Touch [DAB Set Up] in the SETUP Menu (page 66). 2 Setting up DAB
1 Sets a news bulletin interrupt time. 2 Turns the Alternative Frequency function On or Off. ( On) 3 Turns the Region Restriction function On or Off. ( On) 4 Turns the Auto TP Seek function On or Off. ( On) 5 Returns to the original screen.
1 Turns the DAB Priority On or Off. 2 Turns the Dynamic Range Control function On or Off. 3 Turns the Regional Announcement function On or Off. 4 Sets a program type to be selected automatically when the receiving ensemble starts. 5 Returns to the original screen.
6 Selects a display language for the PTY function. 7 Returns to the original screen.
6 Displays the Announcement Selection screen. (page 83)
You can set various announcement reception parameters. 1 Display the Announcement screen See <DAB Setup> (page 82). 2 Set the announcement parameters
Sets the power amp connected via the LX bus. (with the optional accessory LX Power Amp connected only) 1 Displaying the Amp Control screen Touch [Amp Control] in the SETUP Menu (page 66). 2 Setting up Amp Control
1 Turns the Announcement Reception function On or Off. 2 Returns to the original screen.
Setup option and value display Select a setup option. Selects a set value. Enters the set value. Returns to the original screen.
For the model name of amp you can control from the system, see the amps catalog. For the options and values you can change and for the amps operation when changed, see the amps instruction manual.
Audio Set Up and AV Interface settings can be memorized. The memorized settings can be recalled at any time. For example, even when the settings are cleared due to replacement of the battery, the settings can be restored. 1 Display the SETUP Memory screen Touch [SETUP Memory] in the SETUP Menu (page 66). 4 Recalls the memorized settings. 5 Memorizes the current Audio Set Up and AV Interface settings. 6 Clears the currently memorized settings. 7 Returns to Set Up Memory screen. 3 Memorize or recall the settings When memorizing the Audio Set Up and AV Interface settings:
The PBC function is enabled.
Audio file source
? The sound skips when an Audio file is being
The media is scratched or dirty. Clean the media, referring to the CD
! Cannot set up the equalizer.
Cannot set up the crossover network. The Dual zone function is enabled. <Zone Control> (page 88)
cleaning of the section on <Handling CDs> (page 8).
The recording condition is bad. Record the media again or use another
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.
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.
Check the USB device.
Some trouble may have occurred to the connected USB device.
Eject the disc and try inserting it again. Contact the Kenwood dealer if this indicator continues blinking or the disc cannot be ejected.
Disc Error :
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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
Picture size : 6.95 inches (diagonal) wide 156.2 x 82.4 mm Display system : Transparent TN LCD panel Drive system : TFT active matrix system Number of pixels : 336,960 (480H234VRGB) Effective pixels : 99.99% Pixel arrangement : RGB striped arrangement Back lighting : Cold Cathode Fluorescent Tube
USB IF section
USB Standard : USB 1.1 / 2.0 File System : FAT 16/32 Maximum Power Supply Current : 500mA D/A Converter : 24Bit Decoder : MP3/WMA/AAC
FM tuner section
Frequency Range : 87.5MHz 108.0MHz (50kHz) Usable Sensitivity (S/N : 26 dB) : 0.7 V/75 Quieting Sensitivity (S/N : 46 dB) : 1.6 V/75 Frequency Response ( 3.0 dB) : 30 Hz 15 kHz S/N : 65dB(MONO) Selectivity ( 400 kHz) : 80 dB Stereo Separation : 35dB(1kHz)
D/A Converter : 24 bit Decoder : Linear PCM/ Dolby Digital/ dts/ MLP/ MP3/ WMA/AAC Wow & Flutter : Below Measurable Limit Frequency Response Sampling frequency; 192 kHz : 20 88,000 Hz Sampling frequency; 176.4 kHz : 20 80,000 Hz Sampling frequency; 96 kHz : 20 44,000 Hz Sampling frequency; 88.2 kHz : 20 40,000 Hz Sampling frequency; 48 kHz : 20 22,000 Hz Sampling frequency; 44.1 kHz : 20 20,000 Hz Total Harmonic Distortion : 0.008% (1 kHz) S/N Ratio (dB) : 100dB(DVD-Audio 192k) Dynamic Range : 100dB(DVD-Audio 192k) DISC Format : DVD-Audio/DVD-Video/VIDEO-CD/CD-DA Sampling frequency : 44.1kHz/48kHz/88.2kHz/96kHz/176.4kHz/192kHz Quantifying bit number : 16/ 20/ 24 bit
LW Tuner section
Frequency Range (9 kHz) : 153kHz 281kHz Usable Sensitivity : 45V
Maximum Power (Front&Rear) : 50W4 Full Bandwidth Power (Front&Rear) (PWR DIN45324,+B=14.4v) : 30W4 Preout level (V) : 5V/10k Preout impedance : 80 Speaker impedance :48 Tone action Bass: 100 Hz 8 dB Middle: 1 kHz 8 dB Treble: 10 kHz 8 dB
MW Tuner section
Frequency Range (9 kHz) : 531kHz 1611kHz Usable Sensitivity : 25V
Color system of external video input : NTSC/PAL External video input level (RCA jacks) : 1Vp-p/75 External audio max input level (RCA jacks) : 2V/25k Analog RGB input : 0.7Vp-p/75 Video Output level (RCA jacks) : 1Vp-p/75 Audio Output level (RCA jacks) : 1.2V/10k
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