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|ggeldenhuys||10:22am on Monday, April 5th, 2010|
|Great unit for the night driver... I really like this head unit but there are two things I would want to have changed: -Text Illumination...|
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Cleaning the CD Slot
As dust tends to accumulate in the CD slot, clean it every once in a while. Your CDs can get scratched if you put them in a dusty CD slot.
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 represent something impossible in actual operation. The functions that can be used and the information that can be displayed will differ depending on the external disc players being connected.
Right after 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, CDs may be impossible 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.
Handling Compact discs
Playing a CD that is dirty, scratched or warped can cause the sound to skip and the unit to operate incorrectly, resulting in worsened sound quality. Take the following precautions to prevent your CDs from getting scratched or damaged. Handling CDs
Do not touch the recorded side of the CD (the side opposite the label) when holding it.
Do not store CDs in areas exposed to direct sunlight (such as a car seat or the dashboard) or other hot places. A CD-R or CD-RW is more susceptible than a music CD to damage from high temperatures and humidity, and in some cases, may become unusable if left in the car for long periods of time. Remove CDs from the unit when not listening to them for a while, and put them back in their cases. Do not pile up CDs that are removed from their cases or prop them against something.
Checking New CDs for Burrs
When playing a new CD for the first time, check that there are not any burrs stuck to the perimeter of the disc or in the central hole. CDs with burrs stuck on them may not load properly or may skip while playing. Remove burrs using a ballpoint pen or a similar utensil.
If a CD has gotten dirty, wipe it off gently using a commercially available cleaning cloth or a soft cotton cloth, starting from the center of the disc and moving outward. Do not clean CDs with conventional record cleaners, anti-static formulas, or chemicals such as paint thinner or benzene.
The reflective film on a CD-R or a CD-RW is
more fragile than that on an ordinary music CD, and may peel off if scratched. Fingerprints on a CD-R or CD-RW are also more likely to cause skipping when the disc is played. For these reasons, handle the disc very carefully. Detailed handling instructions will appear on the CD-R or CD-RW package: read this information carefully before using the disc.
Spectrum Analyzer Display Selection
You can select the display to enjoy sounds with eyes. Switching the Spectrum Analyzer Display:
Sub Spectrum Analyzer Display Selection
Switching the Sub Spectrum Analyzer Display: Press the S.A button for at least one second to the sub analyzer display switches as follows; "Peak Level" "Vibroscope" "Canyon" "Peak Bound" "Champagne" "Wave" "Ripple" "Sub-Ana.Off"
"Sub-Ana.Scan" The sub spectrum analyzer display switches in sequence for 10 seconds each. "EQ Curve"
1 Press the S.A button.
"SPEANA mode" is displayed once the analyzer mode is entered.
2 Each time you press the S.A button, the analyzer display
switches as follows; The spectrum analyzer display switches in "SPEANA scan" sequence for 10 seconds each. "Peak Hold" "Magnet" "Spark" "White Lines" "Amoeba" "Laser" "Strobo Light" "Frame" "Swing Line" "Mixer" "Rain Drop" "Landscape" "Seashore" "Speana Off"
3 Press the S.A button for at least one second to end the
You can switch the display during the standby mode and AUX mode as mentioned below. Changing the Display: Each time you press the DISP button, the display changes as follows:
DISP/ NAME.S SRC 38
Character + Graphic
Clock + Graphic Clock
Character Clock Spectrum analyzer
#1 - 6 AUTO indicator
CRSC mc indicator
Adjust the time.
1 When the clock is not displayed, first press the DISP button to
display the clock.
2 Press the DISP button for at least one second to enter the
clock adjustment mode.
3 Adjusting the hours
Press the FM button to advance the hours, or press the AM button to make the hours go back. Adjusting the minutes Press the button to advance the minutes, or press the 4 button to make the minutes go back. Band display Frequency Preset station number ST indicator
with the shift lever or something else. If this happens, pay attention to safety and move the shift lever or take an appropriate action, then operate the unit. Do not apply excessive force to the open faceplate or place objects on it. Doing so will cause damage or breakdown. Do not use the unit with the faceplate in the open condition. Doing so will cause breakdown.
Remove a cassette from the unit when not listening to it for a while. If you leave it in the unit too long, the tape may stick to the tape head and cause the unit to malfunction.
When inserting a cassette make sure the cassette has been completely drawn in before pushing back the faceplate. Failing to do so might deform the tape. 0 button
Fast Forwarding and Rewinding Cassette Tapes
Fast Forwarding Tapes: Press the FM button. Rewinding Tapes: Press the AM button. Canceling: Press the 38 button. Normal tape play will begin.
Playing Cassettes Already Loaded: Press the SRC (Source) button repeatedly to select the tape mode. "TAPE" is displayed when the tape mode has been selected. The tape will start playing. Listening to the other side: Press the 38 button. Tape play switches to the other side. Ejecting Cassettes: Press the OPEN button and drop open the faceplate. Press the 0 button located near the cassette insertion slot. The tape stops playing and the cassette ejects. Push back on the right side of the faceplate with your hand until it locks.
Using Dolby B Noise Reduction
Listen to tapes recorded using Dolby B NR. Turning Dolby B Noise Reduction On/Off: Press the B NR button to switch Dolby B NR on and off. The B NR indicator lights up when it is turned on.
Switching Tape Types
Select type of tape being played. Switching Tape Types: Press the METAL (Metal) button to switch the metal tape indicator on and off and to select the tape type.
When the faceplate has been dropped open, it might interfere
Turn the MTL indicator off for normal tape (Type I) playback. Turn the MTL indicator on for the following tape types: CrO2 (Type II) FeCr (Type III) Metal (Type IV) Selecting the wrong tape type may cause sound quality to suffer.
Automatically fast forward to the beginning of the next track when long blank spaces (10 seconds or more) are detected, continuing tape playback. Turning Blank Skip On/Off: Press the B.S button to switch blank skip on and off. The B.S indicator lights up when blank skip is turned on.
Using Direct Program Search System (DPSS)
Skip forward or backward to other tracks during playback. Skipping to Beginning of Current Track or to Previous Tracks (Rewind DPSS): Press the 4 button. Press once to rewind to the beginning of the current track, twice to rewind to the beginning of the previous track, and so forth. You can skip up to nine tracks. Playback is continued after the tape is rewound by the indicated number of tracks. Skipping to Later Tracks (Fast Forward DPSS): Press the button. Press once to fast forward to the next track, twice to fast forward to the track after that, and so forth. You can skip up to nine tracks. Playback is continued after the tape is fast forwarded by the indicated number of tracks.
If the blank space contains much noise, the blank skip function may not work right. Sections recorded at low levels may trigger the blank skip function if they last for 10 seconds or more.
Successively plays the first few seconds of each track on the tape. Turning Index Scan On/Off: Press the SCN button to switch index scan on/off. The SCN indicator lights up when index scan is turned on. Stopping to Listen to the Track Being Scanned: Press either the SCN or 38 button. Playback begins as usual.
During the first five seconds of each track, the previous track is considered the "current" track. If you press the 4 button during that period, the tape rewinds to the beginning of the previous track and not the one you are listening to. The DPSS function "knows" where a track begins by detecting the blank space preceding it (the space between tracks). However, when the blank space lasts for less than four seconds or contains noise, DPSS may not operate correctly. Furthermore, quiet intervals within a song are detected as "blank spaces" if they last for four seconds or more. Canceling DPSS While It Is Operating: Press the 38 button.
Index scan is canceled when the tape stops. Index scan "knows" where a track begins by detecting the blank space preceding it (the space between tracks). However, when the blank space lasts for less than four seconds or contains noise, this function may not operate correctly. Furthermore, sections that are recorded at low levels may trigger the function if they last for four seconds or more.
Repeatedly plays the track currently being listened to. Turning Music Repeat On/Off: Press the REP button to switch music repeat on/off. The REP indicator lights up when music repeat is turned on. Canceling Music Repeat: Press either the REP or 38 button.
0 DISP/ NAME.S SRC 38
Music repeat "knows" where a track begins by detecting the blank space preceding it (the space between tracks). However, when the blank space lasts for less than four seconds or contains noise, this function may not operate correctly. Furthermore, sections that are recorded at low levels may trigger the function if they last for four seconds or more.
DISC+ DISC1 SCN MD-LP indicator RDM REP indicator M.RDM
Switching Display for Cassette Tapes
Switching the Tape display : Each time you press the DISP button, the display during tape play switches as follows: Tape counter Character Clock Spectrum analyzer
Track number CHANGER indicator RDM/M.RDM indicator
Track time SCN indicator
The tape counter is not exact, but only represents an approximation of the elapsed time.
Playing CDs: If no CDs are inserted, insert one in the slot with the label facing up. If a CD is already inserted, press the SRC button repeatedly to select the CD mode. "CD" is displayed when the CD mode has been selected. The CD will start playing. The indicator lights up when a CD has been inserted. Pausing and Restarting CD Play: Press the 38 button to make the disc pause. Press the same button again to start play again. Stopping and Ejecting CDs: Press the 0 button. The CD stops playing and ejects from the slot.
Mode Display Examples "CD-CH"/"MD-CH"/"DISC-CH".when a disc changer is connected "CD-CH1", "CD-CH2"/"MD-CH1", "MD-CH2"/"DISC-CH1", "DISCCH2".when two disc changers are connected Pausing and Restarting Disc Play: Press the 38 button to make the disc pause. Press the same button again to start play again.
Do not attempt to insert a CD into the slot if another one is already there.
When one disc has finished playing its last track, the next disc in the changer will start playing. When the last disc in the changer has finished, the player will return to the first disc and start playing it. Concerning the display during MD play If the playtime goes beyond a 100 minutes, the last 2 digits of playtime are displayed. If the MD-LP recording format is LP2 the indicator light is ON, if its LP4 the indicator light is ON.
When you load a CD and eject it right away, the next time you try to insert the CD may not load. In such a situation, take the CD out for a moment and then reinsert it.
Fast Forwarding and Reversing Disc Play
Fast Forwarding Disc Play: Hold down on the button. Release your finger to play the disc at that point. Reversing Disc Play: Hold down on the 4 button. Release your finger to play the disc at the point.
Playing Other Disc mode
This function permits the connection of optional players and the playing of discs other than the loaded CD (in the current unit). Playing Discs: Press the SRC button repeatedly to select the external disc control mode. The disc will start playing.
You cannot use reverse play between tracks depending on the model being connected. Instead, the reverse play function is canceled when it reaches the beginning of a track, at which point normal play will automatically resume.
The external disc control mode will differ, depending on the unit that is connected.
Switching Display for Discs
Switch the display that appears while discs are playing. Switching Display for Discs: Each time you press the DISP button, the display during disc play switches as follows: Track time Total disc playing time (CD only) Disc name (DNPS) (CD only) Disc title* (Units featuring CD text/MD only) Track title* (Units featuring CD text/MD only) Character Clock Spectrum analyzer (*: For disc changers)
Search forward or backward through the tracks on the disc until you reach the one that you want to listen to. Making a Reverse Track Search: Press the 4 button to display the desired track number. Press once to search back to the beginning of the current track, twice to search back to the beginning of the previous track, and so forth. Play starts at the beginning of the displayed track number.
NOTE (For disc changers) Pressing the 4 button while listening to track 1 will only search back to the beginning of that track. The reverse search is not "recycled" to the last track on the disc. Making a Forward Track Search: Press the button to display the desired track number. Press once to fast forward to the next track, twice to fast forward to the track after that, and so forth. Play starts at the beginning of the displayed track number. NOTE (For disc changers) You cannot make a forward track search when listening to the last track on a disc.
You can give names to discs through the presetting disc name function (page 20). Note that depending on the unit, display may not be possible. If you try to display the name of a disc that does not have one, "No Name" is displayed instead. When an attempt is made to display the title of a disc for which a disc title/track title has not been recorded, the CD will display "No Text" , and an MD changer will display "No Title". Depending on the type of characters of the CD text, some characters may not be displayed.
Presetting Disc Names (DNPS)
Store the names of discs to be displayed when played.
1 Play the disc whose name you want to preset.
This function is not available for disc changers that do not feature the Disc Name Preset function. The disc name preset function cannot be used when a clock is displayed. Disc Name Preset cant be done in MD or AUX.
Another disc/track will be selected and played.
"Name Set" is displayed and the disc name preset mode is entered. The cursor blinks in the position where character input can be made.
Magazine random play is canceled when you eject the disc. The time needed for random selection depends on the number of discs loaded in the disc magazine.
Text / Title Scroll
This function permits the text to be scrolled and the entire text to be displayed. The scrolling method differs depending on the setting of scrolling in the menu. To scroll automatically: Press the DISP button to display the disc title or the track title. The display of the text will be scrolled repeatedly. To scroll manually: 1 Press the DISP button to display the disc title or the track title.
4 Each press of the 38 button results in the type of characters
that are to be entered changing between alphabet and numerals/symbols. Press the DISC+ or DISC button to display the desired character. Characters that can be displayed are as follows. Alphabet (upper case)/Numerals/Symbols: A ~ Z 0~9 / + Alphabet (lower case)/Numerals/Symbols: a ~ z 0~9 / +
2 Press the 1 button.
The display of the text will be scrolled once.
Please see the function set system (page 27) about switching between manual scrolling and automatic scrolling. Only units with a CD text feature permit title display.
You can enter up to 8 characters for each name.
6 Press either the NAME.S button. 20
The disc name is stored and the disc name preset mode is canceled. If you make no entry in a 10-second period, the name will be stored with the characters input so far.
The number of discs whose names can be stored will differ depending on the disc changer that is connected. Please see your disc changer manual for details. Up to 10 CDs can be registered with this unit. Discs are identified by their total length and number of tracks. If another disc happens to have the same specifications as one that you have already stored a name for, the name will be displayed for it, too. If you want to change the name of a disc, repeat steps 1 and 2 to display the name, and then repeat steps 3 and 4 to input the changes. When this device is disconnected from the battery the internal CD DNPS is erased. Each source (CD,CD-CH1,CD-CH2) has its own memory in which to store the disc names. Discs that have been disc name preset with the CD player will not have their disc name displayed when played on a CD changer.
5 Equalizer Preset Memory:
Press the button (#1-3) that you want to use for the Equalizer curve for at least two seconds. "EQ Memory#" is displayed, indicating that the Equalizer curve is stored in the selected button. Recalling a Equalizer you stored: Press the preset button (#1-3) for the desired Equalizer curve.
4 Adjust each mode
Press the 4/ button. Look at the table to adjust the mode being displayed. Adjustment Operation of control button mode 4 button button (Display) Adjust the center frequency of the bass. "60" / "70" / "80" / "100" (Only when the bass quality factor is set to 1.00, 1.25 or 1.50) / "150" (Only when the bass quality factor is set to 2.00) Hz. Adjust the bass level. "-12" "+12" Adjust the Bass quality factor. "1.0" / "1.25" / "1.5" / "2.0" Switch the Bass Extend mode on/off. "ON" / "OFF" (When the bass extend mode is set to on, low frequency response is extended by 20%.) Adjust the center frequency of the middle. "0.5" / "1.0" / "1.5" / "2.0" kHz. Adjust the middle level. "-12" "+12" Adjust the middle quality factor. "1.0" / "2.0" Adjust the center frequency of the treble. "10.0" / "12.5" / "15.0" / "17.5" kHz. Adjust the treble level. "-12" "+12"
6 Press the EQ button for at least one second to end the
equalizer pro mode.
Bass Center Frequency ("Bass Frq.") Bass Level ("Bass LV") Bass Quality Factor ("Bass Q") Bass Extend ("Bass EXT") Middle Center Frequency ("Mid Frq.") Middle Level ("Mid LV") Middle Quality Factor ("Mid Q") Treble Center Frequency ("Tre Frq.") Treble Level ("Tre LV")
If you make no button operation for 10 seconds, the equalizer pro mode is automatically canceled. When each setting item is adjusted "User" is displayed. In this condition Equalizer Preset Memory is not used.
4 FNC FM AM
To accommodate a greater number of functions, a function set system has been employed for making settings. Press the FNC button to enter the function set mode and then display the function to make the setting.
1 Select the mode that you want to make the setting of the
2 Press the FNC button for at least one second.
"Function Set" is displayed when the function set mode is entered. The function that you can adjust is indicated with the current settings displayed.
3 Selecting function to set
#1 - 4 FNC indicator Press the FM button to search through the functions until you see the one you want to adjust in the display. Press the AM button to search through the functions backward. Function items change in the order of features that follow in the function set system. Example: If you want to switch the setting of the touch sensor tone function from on to off, first search through the functions until you see "BEEP On" in the display.
Function items in External disc control mode:
This function permits the CD text, MD title to be scrolled and the entire text to be displayed. Switching between manual scrolling and automatic scrolling is permitted. The factory default is automatic scrolling. Display and setting: "AT. SCRL On" : Automatic scrolling "AT. SCRL Off" : Manual scrolling
Auto Memory Entry
You can automatically store all the receivable frequencies in the band currently being listened to, and then recall them with the touch of a button later. This function is especially useful when you are travelling and do not know what stations are available. Up to six frequencies can be stored this way. Display and setting: 1 Select the display "AME Ready" during the selecting function in the function set system. start auto memory function. The numbers of the preset station buttons showed in order. When all the stations in a certain band are stored in the preset memory, the auto memory entry stops. The tuner then plays the last station received. Canceling Auto Memory Entry During Its Operation: Press the 4 / button while auto memory entry is taking place to stop the process. Recalling a Preset Station: Press the preset station button (#1-6) for the desired station. The number of the recalled station is displayed.
Basic Operations of remote
FM/DISC + ATT AM/DISC
Do not set the remote on hot places such as above the dashboard. Loading and Replacing the Batteries: Use two "AAA"-size batteries. Slide the cover while pressing downwards to remove it as illustrated. Insert the batteries with the + and poles aligned properly, following the illustration inside the case.
SRC TUNE /4/TRACK TUNE +//TRACK + 38
Store unused batteries out of the reach of children. Contact a doctor immediately if the battery is accidentally swallowed.
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
The provided batteries are intended for use in operation checking, and their service life may be short. When the remote controllable distance becomes short, replace both of the batteries with new ones. A portion of the operations may not be possible, depending on the unit that is connected.
VOLUME buttons Press the + button to turn the volume up. Press the button to turn the volume down. SRC button Each time you press the SRC button, the mode switches as follows:
The car ignition was turned off during tape eject; or the tape was pulled out during loading, switching the mode to tape mode even though no tape is in. The computer chip in the unit is not functioning normally. The tape head is dirty. One of the speaker wires is being pinched by a screw in the car. The speakers are not wired correctly.
Press the reset button on the unit (see p. 4). Clean the tape head, referring to the section on "Cleaning the tape head" (see p. 4). Check the speaker wiring. Reconnect the speaker wires so that each output terminal is connected to a different speaker. Pull the antenna out all the way. Connect the wire correctly, referring to the section on "Connecting Wires to Terminals". Connect the wire correctly, referring to the section on "Connecting Wires to Terminals". Connect the wire correctly, referring to the section on "Connecting Wires to Terminals". Load the CD with the labeled side up. Clean the CD, referring to the section on "Cleaning CDs" (see p. 5). Clean the CD, referring to the section on "Cleaning CDs" (see p. 5).
Radio reception is poor.
The car antenna is not extended. The antenna control wire is not connected. The battery wire has not been connected to the proper terminal. The ignition and battery wire are incorrectly connected.
The memory is erased when the ignition is turned off.
A CD ejects as soon as it is loaded.
The CD is upside-down. The CD is quite dirty. The CD is scratched or dirty.
The sound skips on a CD.
PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE
Random play has been selected. You are using a two-speaker system. The front and rear output are reversed. The + and - of speakers are reversed. The fader or balance settings are set all the way to one side. Turn off random play. Use a front/rear four-speaker system. Connect the wire correctly, referring to the section on "Connecting Wires to Terminals". Connect the wire correctly, referring to the section on "Connecting Wires to Terminals". Reset the fader or balance settings.
A track will not play. The DSP effects are imperceptible.
Disc Control Mode
The disc control mode cannot be selected. The specified disc does not play, but another one plays instead. No cable has been connected to the disc changer input terminal on the unit. The specified CD is quite dirty. The CD is upside-down. The disc is loaded in a different slot from that specified. The disc is severely scratched. The sound skips. Something is touching the disc changer. The CD is scratched or dirty. The display shows that the changer is being played, but no sound can be heard. The specified track will not play. Track repeat, disc repeat, track scan, disc scan, random play, and magazine random play start by themselves. Cannot play CD-R or CD-RW The computer chip in the unit is not functioning normally. Connect the cable to the disc changer input terminal on the unit. Clean the CD. Load the CD with the labeled side up. Eject the disc magazine and check the number for the specified disc. Try another disc instead. Remove whatever is touching it. If skipping happens at the same place when the car is stopped, something with the CD is wrong. Clean the CD. Press the reset button on the unit (see p. 4).
Random play or magazine random play has been selected. The setting is not cancelled.
Turn off random play or magazine random play. The settings for these functions remain on until the setting to off or the disc ejected, even if the power is turned off or the source changed. Conduct finalization processing with CD recorder. Use a CD changer compatible with CD-R/CD-RW to play.
Finalization processing is not being conducted for CDR/CD-RW. A non-compatible CD changer is being used to play the CD-R/CD-RW.
If the following situations, consult your nearest service center:
Even though the disc changer is connected, the Disc Changer Mode is not on, with "AUX" showing in the display during the Changer Mode. Even though no device (KCA-S210A, CA-C1AX, KDC-CPS87, KDC-CX87, KDC-CPS85, KDC-CX-85, KDC-CPS82 or KDC-CX82) is connected, the AUX Mode is entered when switching modes. 34
The following messages are displayed when certain problems are occurring in your system. Take the recommended actions.
Blank No Track Error 77 Error 99
No Text No Title No Name
Specifications Specifications subject to change without notice. FM tuner section
Frequency range (50 kHz space).87.5 MHz 108.0 MHz Frequency range (200 kHz space).87.9 MHz 107.9 MHz Usable sensitivity (S/N = 30dB)..9.3dBf (0.8 V/75 ) Quieting Sensitivity (S/N = 50dB).15.2dBf (1.6 V/75 ) Frequency response (3.0 dB)..30 Hz 15 kHz Signal to Noise ratio (MONO)...70 dB Selectivity (400 kHz).. 80 dB Stereo separation (1 kHz)..40 dB
CD player section
Laser diode..GaAlAs (=780 nm) Digital filter (D/A)..8 Times Over Sampling D/A Converter...1 Bit Spindle speed...rpm (CLV) Wow & Flutter..Below Measurable Limit Frequency response (1 dB)..10 Hz 20 kHz Total harmonic distortion (1 kHz)..0.01 % Signal to Noise ratio..93 dB (1 kHz) Dynamic range...93 dB Channel separation..85 dB
AM tuner section
Frequency range (9 kHz space)..531 kHz 1611 kHz Frequency range (10 kHz space).530 kHz 1700 kHz Usable sensitivity (S/N = 20dB)..28 dB (25 V)
Cassette player section
Tape speed..4.76 cm/sec. Wow & Flutter (WRMS)..0.08 % Frequency response (70 s)..25 Hz 22 kHz (3 dB) Separation (1 kHz)..40 dB Signal to Noise ratio (Dolby NR OFF)...60 dB (Dolby B NR ON)...68 dB
Maximum output power..47 W 4 Full bandwidth power (at less than 1% THD).22 W 4 Preout level / Load..1500mV/10k Preout impedance.. 600
Operating voltage..14.4 V (V allowable) Current consumption..10.0 A at Rated power Installation size (W H D).155 mm 7 3-15/16 6-1/8 in. Weight...2.7 kg (5.9 LBS)
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