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dbridenbaugh 1:43pm on Saturday, October 23rd, 2010 
Very good unit This unit is loaded with features. The fact that it has a USB port, is the most important feature to me.

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Power/Source Select button [SRC] Turns on the power. When the power is on, the source switches between Tuner (TUNER) , Tape** (TAPE) , USB* (USB), CD (CD) , Auxiliary input (AUX), and Standby (STANDBY) each time this button is pressed. Press at least 1 second to turn off the power.
* Function of DPX-MP5110U. ** Function of DPX-MP4110.
Muting volume upon reception of phone call When there is a call, CALL is displayed and the audio system is paused. When the call ends, CALL disappears and the audio system comes back on. The audio system comes back on when [SRC] is pressed during a call. Subwoofer output Control knob Switches between ON (SW On) and OFF (SW Off ) each time pushing toward down for at least 2 seconds.
When the power is ON, the <Security Code> (page 14) is displayed as Code On or Code Off. For whether USB devices can be connected, refer to <About Audio file> (page 18). When an optional accessory is connected, the source name for each device appears.

Tuner functions

Band select Control knob Switches between FM1, FM2, and FM3 each time pushing toward up. Switches to AM when pushing toward down. Tuning Control knob Changes the frequency when pushing toward left or right.
Volume control Control knob Turn the knob to adjust the volume. [ATT] Attenuator Turning the volume down quickly. Auxiliary input Auxiliary input Connect a portable audio device with mini-plug cable (3.5 ).
During reception of stereo stations the ST indicator is ON.
Use the mini-plug cable which is stereo type and does not have any resistance.
Preset memory [1] - [6] Memorize the station selected when pressing for at least 2 seconds. Preset tuning [1] - [6] Recalls the memorized station.
: Indicates the button etc. to operate.
Disc & Audio file play functions
Disc play Disc slot Starts playing when a disc is inserted. indicator is ON. When a CD is inserted, the

Folder search

Changes the folder containing the audio file when pushing toward up or down. Select mode [M.JOG]
3 inch (8 cm) CD cannot be used. Attempt to insert using an adapter can cause malfunction.
After pressing this button, you can quickly search songs with the control knob. See <List Select> (page 12) for details. Track/ File/ Folder repeat play [4] Switches between Track Repeat (TRAC REP) and OFF (REP Off ) when pressed while playing a CD. Switches between File Repeat (File REP), Folder Repeat (FOLD REP), and OFF (REP Off ) when pressed while playing an audio file. [2] Scan play Successively plays the intro of the music in the disc or folder. When Scan Play is turned on, TRAC SCN/ File SCN is displayed.

Audio Control

You can adjust following Audio Control items ; Adjustment Item Rear volume Subwoofer level System Q Display Range R-VOL SW L 15 +15 User/Rock/ User setting/Rock/Pops/Easy/ Pops/Easy/ Top 40/Jazz/Natural Top40/Jazz/ (The indicator turns on Natural according to the setting.) Bass level* BasLV 8 +8 Middle level* MidLV 8 +8 Treble level* TreLV 8 +8 Balance BAL Left 15 Right 15 Fader FAD Rear 15 Front 15 Exit Audio Control mode (Volume control mode)
Adjusting the detail of Audio Control
Among the Basic Audio items, you can adjust the Bass level, Middle level, and Treble level in detail. Bass level Adjustment Item Bass Center Frequency Bass Q Factor Bass Extend Display BasF BasQ B EX Range 40/50/60/70/80/100/ 120/150 Hz 1.00/1.25/1.50/2.00 Off/On
Middle level Adjustment Item Display Middle Center Frequency MidF Middle Q Factor MidQ Treble level Adjustment Item Treble Center Frequency
Range 0.5/1.0/1.5/2.0 kHz 1.0/2.0
USER: The customized Bass, Middle, and Treble levels are effective. This item can be selected at any time. * You can adjust these items in detail. Refer to <Adjusting the detail of Audio Control> (Page 7). * Source tone memory: Puts the set up value in the memory per source. (Detail Audio item is included)

Display "TreF"

Range 10.0/12.5/15.0/17.5 kHz
When you set the Bass Extend to ON, low frequency response is extended by 20%. You can exit the Audio Control mode at anytime by pressing any button except for Control knob and [ATT] button.
1 Select the source to adjust

Press the [SRC] button.

2 Enter Audio Control mode

Press the Control knob.

1 Select the Basic Audio item
Select the desired item to be set in detail from followings; Bass level Middle level Treble level For how to select Basic Audio items, see <Audio Control> (page 7).
3 Select the Audio item to adjust

4 Adjust the Audio item

Turn the Control knob.
5 Exit Audio Control mode
Press any button. Press a button other than the Control knob.
2 Enter Detail adjustment mode of Audio
Control Press the Control knob for at least 1 second.
3 Select the Detail Audio item to adjust
4 Adjust the Detail Audio item
5 Exit the Detail Audio Control mode
Press the Control knob for at least 1 second.

Audio Setup

You can set Sound system, such as follows; Adjustment Item Front High Pass Filter Rear High Pass Filter Low Pass Filter Subwoofer Phase Volume offset Loudness Dual Zone System Display HPF HPR LPF PHAS V-Off LOUD 2ZON Range Through/40/60/80/100/120/ 150/180/220 Hz Through/40/60/80/100/120/ 150/180/220 Hz 50/60/80/100/120/Through Hz Reverse (180)/ Normal (0) (AUX: -8 +8) Off/On Off/On

Speaker Setting

Fine-tuning so that the System Q value is optimal when setting the speaker type as follows; Speaker type OFF For 5 & 4 in. speaker For 6 & 6x9 in. speaker For the OEM speaker Display SP Off SP 5/4 SP 6*9/6 SP OEM

1 Enter Standby

Press the [SRC] button. Select the STANDBY display.
Volume offset: Sets each sources volume as a difference from the basic volume. Loudness: Compensates for low and high tones during low volume. (Only the low tone is compensated for when the tuner is selected as a source.) Dual Zone System Main source and sub source (Auxiliary input) output Front channel and Rear channel separately. - Set up the channel of sub source by Zone2 of <Menu System> (page 14). - Select Main source by [SRC] button. - Adjust the volume of Front channel by Control knob. - Adjust the volume of Rear channel by <Audio Control> (page 7). - The Audio Control has no effect on sub source.
2 Enter Speaker Setting mode
Press the Control knob. SP SEL is displayed.
3 Select the Speaker type
4 Exit Speaker Setting mode

Sound Enhancer Select

You can play back adding gorgeous heavy bass to the sound.
1 Enter the Sound Effect mode
Press the [SE] button. "SE SEL" is displayed.

2 Enter Audio Setup mode

2 Select the Sound effect item
Turn the Control knob. Sound effect Returns to the normal sound without Sound effect. Moves the sound image up a notch and adjusts bass Moves the sound image up two notches and adjusts bass. Changes to the value set in <Sound Enhancer Control>(page 9). Display SE Off SE Low SE High SE User
3 Select the Audio Setup item to adjust
4 Adjust the Audio setup item

5 Exit Audio Setup mode

When the Sound effect is ON, the SE indicator is ON.
3 Exit the Sound Effect mode

Press the [SE] button.

Sound Enhancer Control
Adjusts each function of Sound effect individually.
Scan of Spectrum Analyzer: The items from PeakHold to Jump are displayed in sequence.
1 Enter the Sound Effect Control mode
Press the [SE] button for at least 1 second. SE CTRL is displayed.
2 Select the Sound effect item for adjustment
Push the Control knob towards right or left.
Illumination Color Select
Select the illumination color for display, buttons and control knob.
3 Adjust the Sound effect item
Push the Control knob towards up or down. Adjustment Item Bass setting LV setting Display Bas LV Range Off/Low/High Off/Low/High
1 Enter the Illumination color Select mode
Press the [COL] button. Color is displayed.
4 Exit the Sound Effect Control mode
2 Select the setting item
Push the Control knob towards right or left. Display All Display Key Rotary Setting item Sets the same color for all of items. Sets the display color. Sets the button color. Sets the control knob color.
Bass: Assisting the playback for the super bass sound. LV: Adjusts the sound image by changing the vertical position of the speakers virtually and increases or decreases the soundscape.

Information Music title & Artist name Album name & Artist name Folder name File name Play time & Music number Clock Graphic Display Title Album Folder File P-Time Clock Graphic

Auto Memory Entry

Putting stations with good reception in the memory automatically.

Frequency Step Setting

Changing the tuning frequency step. The original setting is FM band 50 kHz, and AM band 9 kHz.
1 Select the band for Auto Memory Entry

1 Turn the power OFF

Press the [SRC] button for at least 1 second.

2 Enter Menu mode

Press the [M.JOG] button for at least 1 second. Menu is displayed.
2 Switch the frequency step
While pressing the [1] and [5] buttons, press the [SRC] button. Release your fingers from the button after the display appears. The frequency step changes to FM band 200 kHz, and AM band 10 kHz.
3 Select the Auto Memory Entry mode
Push the Control knob towards up or down. Select the A-Memory display.

4 Open Auto Memory Entry

Press the Control knob for at least 1 second. When 6 stations that can be received are put in the memory, Auto Memory Entry closes.
When the same operation is repeated, the frequency step returns to the original setting. When the frequency step is changed, the frequencies in the memory are deleted.
Function of remote control

Direct Access Tuning

Entering the frequency and tuning.
1 Enter Direct Access Tuning mode
Press the [DIRECT] button on the remote control. is displayed.

2 Enter the frequency

Press the number buttons on the remote control. Example: Desired frequency Press button 92.1 MHz (FM) [0], [9], [2], [1] 810 kHz (AM) [0], [8], [1], [0]
Cancelling Direct Access Tuning Press the [DIRECT] button on the remote control.
You can enter the FM band frequency in steps of a minimum of 0.1 MHz. If you make no button operation for 10 seconds, this function is automatically canceled.
Music disc/Audio le Operation
Play Functions of Disc Changer
While a disc in the disc changer is being played, the following play functions can be used.
Function of disc changers with remote control

Direct Disc Search

Doing Disc Search by entering the disc number.
Playing the Current Song or Disc Repeatedly. (Repeat play) Press the [4] button. Pressing the button repeatedly selects Track Repeat play on (TRAC REP), Disc Repeat play on (Disc REP), and Repeat play off (REP Off) sequentially. Randomly plays the music in the disc changer. (Magazine random play) Press the [6] button. Pressing the button toggles the setting between Magazine random play on (MGZN RDM) and off (RDM Off).

: Can be set during Tuner reception. : Can be set while accessing AUX source. : Can be set during all sources.

1 Enter Menu mode

2 Select the Menu item

3 Set the Menu item

A red indicator will blink on the unit after the ACC is set to OFF, warning potential thieves. 1 5* Adjusting the display contrast. 11 R*/SW Sets the preout output. R*/F Specifies the destination of AUX input sound when the Dual Zone function is turned on. Turns on/off the built-in amplifier. Turns ON/OFF the Supreme function. Selects the tuning mode of the radio. Putting stations with good reception in the memory automatically. Switches to Monaural to decrease noise when reception is poor. Sets the display when switched to AUX source. Specifies whether the text is scrolled automatically. Sets whether to display AUX during source selection. Sets the CD read mode. Specifies whether to enable demonstration.

4 Exit Menu mode

Press the [M.JOG] button.
Refer to the respective page for information on how to set the items with reference page number. Zone2 is displayed when 2ZON in <Audio Setup> (page 8) is set to ON. Refer to the <Appendix> (page 18) for the details of the menu items. Strong electrical fields (such as from power lines) may cause unstable sound quality when CRSC is turned ON. In such a situation, turn it OFF.


On*/Off On*/Off
Auto1*/ Auto2/ Manual A-Memory Refer to page 11 CRSC Off/On*

Security Code

When Security Code is set, possibility of theft is reduced because input of Security Code is prompted to turn on the unit once it is turned off.
When you activate the Security Code function, it cannot be released. Note, your Security Code is the 4 digit number entered in your Car Audio Passport in this package.
Name Set Refer to page 15 SCL Auto*/ MANU AUX Off/On* CD Read DEMO 1*/2 Refer to page 16
1 Select Security Code item during Menu mode
Select the Code Set display. For how to select menu items, refer to <Menu System>(page 14).
2 Enter Security Code mode
Press the Control knob for at least 1 second. When Enter is displayed, Code is also displayed.
*Factory setting Displayed item is depending on currently selected source. The mark in Source column shows the source to which the item is displayed. : Can be set in other than standby state. : Can be set in standby state. : Can be set while Audio file source of CD/USB. : Can be set during FM reception.

3 Select the digits to enter
4 Select the Security Code numbers
5 Repeat step 3 and 4, and complete the Security
6 Confirm the Security Code
Press the Control knob for at least 3 seconds. When RE-Enter is displayed, Code is also displayed.

3 Adjust the time

Push the control knob towards up or down to adjust the hours and right or left to adjust the minutes.
7 Do the step 3 through 6 step operation, and
reenter the security code. Approved is displayed. The Security Code function activates.
4 Exit Clock adjustment mode
If you enter a Code different from your Security Code, you have to start over from step 3.
Auxiliary Input Display Setting
Selecting the display below when changing to Auxiliary input source; AUX DVD PORTABLE GAME VIDEO TV
8 Exit Security Code mode
Entering Security Code The Security Code is required to use the audio unit when the unit is first used after removed from the battery power source or the Reset button is pressed.
1 Turn the power ON. 2 Do the step 3 through 6 step operation, and
reenter the security code. Approved is displayed.
1 Select Auxiliary input display setting item
during Menu mode Select the Name Set display. For how to select menu items, refer to <Menu System>(page 14).
If an incorrect code is entered, Waiting is displayed, and the input prohibition periods shown in the table below is generated. After the input prohibition time lapses, Code is displayed, and you can reenter the code.
2 Enter Auxiliary input display setting mode
Press the Control knob for at least 1 second. The presently selected Auxiliary input display is displayed.
Number of times the incorrect code was input 3 4
Input prohibited time 5 minutes 1 hour 24 hours
3 Select the Auxiliary input display
4 Exit Auxiliary input display setting mode
When operation stops for 10 seconds, the name at that time is registered, and the Auxiliary input display setting mode closes. The Auxiliary input display can be set only when the built-in auxiliary input or the auxiliary input of optional KCA-S220A is used. On the KCA-S220A, AUX EXT is displayed by default.

Manual Clock Adjustment 1 Select Clock Adjustment item during Menu
mode Select the CLK ADJ display. For how to select menu items, refer to <Menu System>(page 14).
2 Enter Clock Adjust mode
Press the Control knob for at least 1 second. The clock display blinks.
Demonstration mode Setting
Turning the demonstration mode ON/OFF.
Basic Operations of remote control
1 Select Demonstration item during Menu mode
Select the DEMO display. For how to select menu items, refer to <Menu System>(page 14).

AUD FM/AM/+/ 2-ZONE 09

2 Set the Demonstration mode
Press the Control knob for at least 2 second. Pressing this button for 2 seconds or longer toggles the setting between On and Off.


3 Exit Demonstration mode

General control

Volume control Source select [VOL] [SRC]
Volume reduce [ATT] When the button is pressed again, the volume returns to the previous level. When the volume is reduced, the "ATT" indicator flashes.

In Audio control

Audio item select Adjusts the Audio item [AUD] [VOL]
Refer to <Audio Control> (page 7) for the operation method, such as the procedures for Audio control and others operations. The remote control can only select and adjust the Basic Audio item. Selecting and adjusting of the Detail Audio item cannot be done.

Dual Zone control

Dual zone system on and off Rear channel volume control [2-ZONE] [5]/ []
About [ ] This button is used when Bluetooth HANDS FREE BOX is connected. For more information, refer to the instruction manual of Bluetooth HANDS FREE BOX.
Band select Station select [FM]/[AM]
Do not set the remote control in hot places such as on the dashboard.
Loading and Replacing the battery
[4]/[] [1] [6] Use two AA/ R6-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.

Recall preset stations

In CD/USB source
Music select Folder/Disc select Pause/Play [38] [4]/[] [FM]/[AM]

In Cassette tape source

DPSS [4]/[] [FM]/[AM]
Fast forwards/Rewinds Direction DPSS [38] [0] [9]
When in <DPSS with the Remote control> (page 13), enter the number of music.

About Audio file

Playable Audio file AAC-LC (.m4a), MP3 (.mp3), WMA (.wma) Playable disc media CD-R/RW/ROM Playable disc file format ISO 9660 Level 1/2, Joliet, Romeo, Long file name. USB device Playable Model DPX-MP5110U Playable USB device USB mass storage class Playable USB device file system FAT16, FAT32 Although the audio files are complied with the standards listed above, the play maybe impossible depending on the types or conditions of media or device. Playing order of the Audio file In the example of folder/file tree shown below, the files are played in the order from to.

About USB device

When the USB device is connected to this unit, it can be charged up provided that this unit is powered. Install the USB device in the place where it will not prevent you from driving your vehicle properly. You cannot connect a USB device via a USB hub and Multi Card Reader. Take backups of the audio files used with this unit. The files can be erased depending on the operating conditions of the USB device. We shall have no compensation for any damage arising out of erasure of the stored data. No USB device comes with this unit. You need to purchase a commercially available USB device. When connecting the USB device, usage of the CAU1EX (option) is recommended. Normal playback is not guaranteed when a cable other than the USB compatible cable is used. Connecting a cable whose total length is longer than 5 m can result in abnormal playback.
: Folder Folder : Audio file Audio fi

About Cassette tape

Cleaning the tape head When theres noise or the sound quality is bad during tape play the tape head maybe dirty, clean the tape head. About Cassette tape If the tape is slack tighten it. If the cassette tape label is peeling off glue it on again. Dont use deformed cassette tape. Dont place cassette tape on the dashboard etc. where the temperature is high. Dont use cassette tape thats 100 minutes long or longer.
An online manual about audio files is put on the site, On this online manual, detailed information and notes which are not written in this manual are provided. Make sure to read through the online manual as well.

: Displays the bluetooth connection status. This indicator turns on when a cell-phone is connected to this unit. : Displays the signal strength of cell-phone. : Displays the battery level of cell-phone.
I-EFCT (Illumination effect) Set the illumination color effect. Illumination effect mode Mode off Illumination color will change to variable, each time this unit is operated. Illumination color will be mono-color and then illumination color will change variable with the playback tone of sound. Illumination color will be mono-color and then illumination brightness will change with the playback tone of sound. Display 2
Accessories/ Installation Procedure
Accessories 1..1 2..1 3..6 4..6 Installation Procedure
1. To prevent a short circuit, remove the key from the ignition and disconnect the - battery. 2. Make the proper input and output wire connections for each unit. 3. Connect the speaker wires of the wiring harness. 4. Connect the wiring harness wires in the following order: ground, battery, ignition. 5. Connect the wiring harness connector to the unit. 6. Install the unit in your car. 7. Reconnect the - battery. 8. Press the reset button.
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. 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. 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.

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.


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.
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.
Connecting Wires to Terminals


Steering remote control (Light Blue/Yellow) 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.
FM/AM antenna input Front preout Rear/SubWoofer preout To Kenwood disc changer/ External optional accessory If no connections are made, do not let the wire come out from the tab.
Fuse (10A) Wiring harness (Accessory1)
Power control/Motor antenna control wire (Blue/White)


TEL 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. 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. Motor antenna control wire (Blue)


Dimmer control wire (Orange / White)


Depending on what antenna you are using, connect either to the control terminal of the motor antenna, or to the power terminal for the booster amplifier of the film-type antenna. To car light control switch
White/Black White Gray/Black Gray Green/Black Green Purple/Black Purple Ignition wire (Red) Battery wire (Yellow) Ground wire (Black) - (To car chassis) To rear right speaker Car fuse box ACC To rear left speaker To front right speaker To front left speaker

Ignition key switch

Car fuse box (Main fuse)


Install onto the car bracket using the supplied screws (Mmm, Mmm). The holes of the car bracket to use will differ depending on the car model.

Car Bracket

Accessory3 (Mmm) or Accessory4(Mmm) Accessory2 (Only for NISSAN car)

Troubleshooting Guide

Some functions of this unit may be disabled by some settings made on this unit.

Cassette tape source

Cannot set up the subwoofer. Cannot set up the High Pass Filter. Cannot set up the Fader. No Audio control effect on AUX. Preout is not set to subwoofer. SWPRE of <Menu System> (page 14) Subwoofer output of <Baisc Operatiom> (page 4) is not set to On. The Dual zone function is enabled. <Audio Setup> (page 8) Cannot set up the subwoofer phase. The Low Pass Filter is set to Through. <Audio Setup> (page 8) 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. <Audio Setup> (page 8)
The sound quality is poor or distorted. The tape head is dirty. Clean the tape head. The DPSS, Tape Advance and Music Repeat dont operate correctly. The space between the songs on the tape cant be recognized because its too short. Have at least 5 seconds between songs. The space between songs cant be recognized because theres too much noise between songs. Reduce the noise between songs. The blank skip doesnt work. Because noise is too loud, the non-recorded part cant be recognized. Reduce the noise between songs. Blank Skip functions at places that are recorded. Because the recording level is low, its recognized as not recorded. Turn Blank Skip OFF.
What might seem to be a malfunction in your unit may just be the result of slight misoperation or miswiring. Before calling service, first check the following table for possible problems.

Tuner source

Radio reception is poor. The car antenna is not extended. Pull the antenna out all the way.

Disc source

The specified disc does not play, but another one plays instead. The specified CD is quite dirty. Clean the CD. The disc is loaded in a different slot from that specified. Eject the disc magazine and check the number for the specified disc. The disc is severely scratched. Try another disc instead.

Audio file source

The sound skips when an Audio file is being played. The media is scratched or dirty. Clean the media, referring to the CD cleaning of the section on <Handling CDs> (page 3). The recording condition is bad. Record the media again or use another media.

No Disc: TOC ERR:

E-05: E-77:

NA Device:

No Music/E-15: The connected USB device contains no playable audio file. Media was played that doesnt have data recorded that the unit can play. USB ERR/ (Blink): Some trouble may have occurred to the connected USB device. Remove the USB device, then cycle the power switch to ON. If the same display is repeated, use another USB device. The Remove mode has been selected for the USB device. You can remove the USB device safely.





FM tuner section

Frequency range 200 kHz space : 87.9 MHz 107.9 MHz 50 kHz space : 87.5 MHz 108.0 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 dB) : 30 Hz 15 kHz Signal to Noise ratio (MONO) : 70 dB Selectivity (400 kHz) : 80 dB Stereo separation (1 kHz) : 40 dB MP3 decode : Compliant with MPEG-1/2 Audio Layer-3 WMA decode : Compliant with Windows Media Audio AAC decode : AAC-LC ".m4a" files
Cassette player section (DPX-MP4110)
Tape speed : 4.76 cm/sec. Wow & Flutter (WRMS) : 0.1 % Frequency response (70 s) : 40 Hz 20 kHz (3 dB) Separation (1 kHz) : 35 dB Signal to Noise ratio Dolby NR Off : 50 dB Dolby B NR On : 60 dB

AM tuner section

Frequency range 10 kHz space : 530 kHz 1700 kHz 9 kHz space : 531 kHz 1611 kHz Usable sensitivity (S/N = 20dB) : 28 dB (25 V)

Audio section

Maximum output power : 50 W x 4 Full Bandwidth Power (at less than 1% THD) : 22 W x 4 Speaker Impedance :48 Tone action Bass : 100 Hz 8 dB Middle : 1 kHz 8 dB Treble : 10 kHz 8 dB Preout level / Load (CD) : 2500 mV/10 k Preout impedance : 600

CD player section

Laser diode : GaAlAs Digital filter (D/A) : 8 Times Over Sampling D/A Converter : 24 Bit Spindle speed : rpm (CLV) Wow & Flutter : Below Measurable Limit Frequency response (1 dB) : 10 Hz 20 kHz Total harmonic distortion (1 kHz) : 0.008 % Signal to Noise ratio (1 kHz) : 105 dB Dynamic range : 93 dB MP3 decode : Compliant with MPEG-1/2 Audio Layer-3 WMA decode : Compliant with Windows Media Audio AAC decode : AAC-LC ".m4a" files

Auxiliary input

Frequency response (1 dB) : 20 Hz 20 kHz Input Maximum Voltage : 1200 mV Input Impedance : 10 k


Operating voltage (11 16V allowable) : 14.4 V Current consumption : 10 A Installation Size (W x H x D) : 178 x 100 x 155 mm Weight : 1.60 kg (DPX-MP5110U) : 1.95 kg (DPX-MP4110) : 1.55 kg (DPX-MP3110)
Specifications subject to change without notice.
USB Interface (DPX-MP5110U)
USB Standard : USB1.1/ 2.0 Maximum Supply current : 500 mA File System : FAT16/ 32



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