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KRC-478R KRC-478RV KRC-378R KRC-33R
External disc control features
Playing Disc mode...16 Fast Forwarding and Reversing Disc Play..16 Track Search...16 Disc Search...17 Track / Disc Repeat...17 Track Scan...17 Disc Scan...18 Random Play...18 Magazine Random Play...18 Text / Title Scroll...18 Presetting Disc Names...20 Switching Display for Discs..21
Power....5 Volume...5 Switching Modes...6 Attenuator...6 Loudness...6 Audio Control Setting...6 Clock display...7 TEL Mute...8 Theft Deterrent Faceplate...8
Tuning...9 Station Preset Memory...10 Clock display...10
Menu System...22 Touch Sensor Tone...22 Manual Time Adjustment..22 Automatic Time Adjustment..22 Disabled System Indicator (DSI)..23 Selectable Illumination...23 News Bulletin Function with PTY News Timeout Setting.23 Local Seek Function...23 Selecting Tuning Mode...24 Auto Memory Entry...24 AF (Alternative Frequency) Function..24 Restricting RDS Region (Region Restrict Function)..24 Auto TP Seek Function...25 Monaural Reception...25 Text Scroll...25
RDS (Radio Data System)...11 Enhanced Other Network...11 Alarm...11 Traffic Information Function...11 Presetting Volume for Traffic Information/News.12 Programme Type (PTY) Function..12
Cassette player features
Playing Cassette Tapes...14 Fast Forwarding and Rewinding Cassette Tapes.14 Blank Skip...14 Tape Advance....14 Music Repeat...15
Accessories...26 Installation Procedure...26 Connecting Cables to Terminals..27 Installation...30
Troubleshooting guide..32 Specifications...35
To prevent injury and/or fire, take the following precautions:
Insert the unit all the way until it is fully locked in place. Otherwise it may fly out of place during collisions and other jolts. When extending the ignition, battery or ground cables, make sure to use automotivegrade cables or other cables with an area of 0.75mm2 (AWG18) or more to prevent cable deterioration and damage to the cable coating. To prevent short circuits, never put or leave any metallic objects (e.g., coins or metal tools) inside the unit. If the unit starts to emit smoke or strange smells, turn off the power immediately and consult your Kenwood dealer. Make sure not to get your fingers caught between the faceplate and the unit. Be careful not to drop the unit or subject it to strong shock. The unit may break or crack because it contains glass parts. Do not touch the liquid crystal fluid if the LCD is damaged or broken due to shock. The liquid crystal fluid may be dangerous to your health or even fatal. If the liquid crystal fluid from the LCD contacts your body or clothing, wash it off with soap immediately.
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 open the top or bottom covers of the unit. 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 set the removed faceplate or the faceplate case in areas exposed to direct sunlight, excessive heat or humidity. Also avoid places with too much dust or the possibility of water splashing. To prevent deterioration, do not touch the terminals of the unit or faceplate with your fingers. Do not subject the faceplate to excessive shock, as it is a piece of precision equipment. When replacing a fuse, only use a new one with the prescribed rating. Using a fuse with the wrong rating may cause your unit to malfunction. To prevent short circuits when replacing a fuse, first disconnect the wiring harness. Do not place any object between the faceplate and the unit. During installation, do not use any screws except for the ones provided. The use of improper screws might result in damage to the main unit.
You cannot connect the unit directly to the following CD automatic changers. For users who want to use older changers with the unit, follow the directions below according to the type of changer you own: KDC-C200 / KDC-C300 / KDC-C400 Use the extension cable and the control box attached to the CD changer, and the optional CA-DS100 converter cable. KDC-C301 / KDC-C600 / KDC-C800 / KDCC601 / KDC-C401 Use the extension cable attached to the CD changer, and the optional CA-DS100 converter cable. KDC-C100 / KDC-C302 / C205 / C705 / non-Kenwood CD changers Cannot be used with this model.
You can damage both your unit and the CD changer if you connect them incorrectly.
If you experience problems during installation, consult your Kenwood dealer. If the unit does not seem to be working right, try pressing the reset button first. If that does not solve the problem, consult your Kenwood dealer.
Cleaning the Faceplate Terminals
If the terminals on the unit or faceplate get dirty, wipe them with a dry, soft cloth.
Cleaning the Tape Head
After you have used the tape player many times over a long period, magnetic powder from the tapes and dust accumulates on the tape head, causing noise and a deterioration in sound quality. Clean the tape head using a cleaning tape or cleaning kit designed for use in car audio systems.
Cleaning the Unit
If the front panel gets dirty, turn off the power and wipe the panel with a dry silicon cloth or soft cloth.
PWR OFF / PTY DISC
Do not wipe the panel with a stiff cloth or a cloth dampened by volatile solvents such as paint thinner and alcohol. They can scratch the surface of the panel and/or cause the indicator letters to peel off.
Handling Cassette Tapes
Do not play a cassette whose tape has gone slack. In such a case, wind it tight using a pencil or the like in one of the spools. Playing slack cassette tapes can result in the tape tangling around the capstan and/or pinch rollers, causing trouble. Do not play a deformed cassette or one whose label is starting to come off, as it can cause the unit to malfunction. Do not leave tapes in hot places, such as above the fascia panel (dashboard) and other spots exposed to direct sunlight, or near heater outlets. They can deform the cassette. Avoid using extremely long cassette tapes, such as 100-minute-long tapes. Such tapes are very thin, and can tangle easily around the pinch rollers or other parts inside the unit, causing unit failure. Remove a cassette tape from the unit when not listening to it for a whilst. If you leave a tape in the unit too long, it may stick to the tape head and cause unit malfunction.
M.RDM TI VOL ADJ
Characters in the LCD may become difficult to read in temperatures below 41 F (5 C). 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.
Presetting Volume for Traffic Information/News
Preset the volume level to be used for traffic information and news broadcasts. the desired language and then the CLK button. English is #1, French is #2, and German is #3.
2 Select the type of programme to be received
Press either the FM or AM buttons repeatedly until the type of programme you want to listen to. The selection includes: Speech (SPEECH) 1. News (NEWS) 2. Current Affairs (AFFAIRS) 3. Information (INFO) 4. Sports (SPORT) 5. Education (EDUCATE) 6. Drama (DRAMA) 7. Culture (CULTURE) 8. Science (SCIENCE) 9. Varied (VARIED) 10. Pop Music (POP M) 11. Rock Music (ROCK M) 12. Easy Listening Music (EASY M) 13. Light Classical (LIGHT M) 14. Serious Classical (CLASSICS) 15. Other Music (OTHER M) 16. Weather (WEATHER) 17. Finance (FINANCE) 18. Childrens programmes (CHILDREN) 19. Social Affairs (SOCIAL A) 20. Religion (RELIGION) 21. Phone In (PHONE IN) 22. Travel (TRAVEL) 23. Leisure (LEISURE) 24. Jazz Music (JAZZ) 25. Country Music (COUNTRY) 26. National Music (NATION M) 27. Oldies Music (OLDIES) 28. Folk Music (FOLK M) 29. Documentary (DOCUMENT) Music (MUSIC) (Speech..1~9,16~23, 29, Music..10~15, 24~28) You can select the type of programme directly by pressing a preset button. The buttons are factory-set to the following type of programmes:
1 Tune into the station for which you want to set the volume. 2 Adjust the volume to the desired level. 3 Hold down the TI VOL ADJ button for two seconds or more.
The volume level blinks once in the display to indicate that the data has been stored. Future traffic information/news broadcasts are heard at the preset level.
The volume cannot be lowered by this function during tuner reception. The volume is only set when it is louder than the listening volume of the tuner. You can arrange only to listen to traffic information or news bulletins with at preset volume with the volume set at minimum.
Programme Type (PTY) Function
Conduct auto seek tuning only on those stations with selected kinds of programmes.
1 Press the 38(PTY) button.
The PTY indicator will turn on, and the Programme Type Selection (PTY) Mode entered. If you make no key input in 30 seconds, the mode will automatically turn off.
You cannot use this function whilst the traffic information function is turned on.
NOTE Changing the Display Language to French or German In the PTY mode, hold down the CLK button for one second or more to display the name of the language currently used. If you want to change the language, press the preset button for
Rewinds to the beginning of the current track (or fast forwards to the beginning of the next track), continuing tape playback.
Fast Forwarding and Rewinding Cassette Tapes
Fast Forwarding Tapes: Press the FM button. Rewinding Tapes: Press the AM button. Cancelling: Press the 23 button. Normal tape play returns.
Rewinding tape to the beginning of current track: Press the 4 button, and the tape will rewind to the beginning of the current track and automatically start playing again. To advance to the beginning of the next track: Press the button, and the tape will advance to the beginning of the new track and automatically start playing again.
The tape advance function "knows" where a track begins by detecting the blank space preceding it (i.e., the space between tracks). However, when the blank space lasts for less than 4 seconds or contains noise, this function may not operate correctly. Furthermore, sections recorded at low levels may trigger the function if they last for 4 seconds or more.
Repeatedly plays the current track.
Turning Music Repeat Function On/Off: Press the REP button to switch the music repeat function on and off. "REP ON" is displayed when music repeat is turned on. Cancelling Music Repeat Function: Press either the REP or 23 button.
The music repeat function "knows" where a track begins by detecting the blank space preceding it (i.e., the space between tracks). However, when the blank space lasts for less than 4 seconds or contains noise, this function may not operate correctly. Furthermore, sections recorded at low levels may trigger the function if they last for 4 seconds or more.
RDM SCAN REP
D.SCN M.RDM CLK/NAME.S DISC
s When a unit equipped with an O-N switch is to be connected, please also see the instruction manual of this unit. Set the O-N switch to "N". "N"-operation will be set. "N"-operation: The disc title and track title of the CD text can be displayed. The disc name will be displayed when the name has been registered to any connected unit with the Presetting Disc Names function, or when the playing unit contains a disc to which the disc title has been recorded. "O"-operation: CD text cannot be displayed. Regardless of the control unit, the characters that can be registered with the Presetting Disc Names function are "A~Z 0~9 /, +, , , =, <, >, [ , ]". The disc name will be displayed when the name has been registered to the playing unit with the Presetting Disc Names function.
"CD".when a CD player is connected "DISC".when a disc changer is connected "DISC-1" , "DISC-2".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.
When one disc has finished playing its last track, the next disc in the changer starts playing. When the last disc in the changer has finished, the player returns to the first disc and starts playing it. Disc #10 is displayed as "0".
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.
The CD text, Presetting Disc Names, and Disc Name Preset Play functions may not be operational depending on the unit.
Playing Disc mode
This funciton permits the connection of optional players and the playing of discs.
You cannot use reverse play between tracks depending on the model being connected. Instead, the reverse play function is cancelled when it reaches the beginning of a track, at which point normal play automatically resumes.
Playing Discs: Press the SRC button repeatedly to select the external disc control mode. The disc will start playing.
Search forwards or backwards through the tracks on the disc until you reach the one that you want to listen to.
The external disc control mode will differ, depending on the unit that is connected. Mode Display Examples
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 whilst listening to track 1 only searches 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.
Track / Disc Repeat
Repeat playing the current track or disc.
Turning Repeat Play Function On/Off: Press the REP button to switch the repeat play function on and off as follows :
Track Repeat ON
Disc Repeat ON
Track/Disc Repeat OFF "TREP/REP ON" is displayed and the track number blinks in the display when track repeat is on. "DREP ON" is displayed and the disc number blinks in the display when disc repeat is on.
Repeat play is cancelled when you eject the disc.
Search forwards or backwards through the discs in a disc changer until you reach the one that you want to listen to.
Successively play the beginning of each track on a disc until you find the track that you want to listen to.
Making a Reverse Disc Search: Press the DISC button to display the desired disc number. Each time the button is pressed, the displayed disc number decreases by one. Play starts at the beginning of the displayed disc. Making a Forward Disc Search: Press the DISC+ button to display the desired disc number. Each time the button is pressed, the displayed disc number increases by one. Play starts at the beginning of the displayed disc.
Starting the Track Scan: Press the SCAN button. "TSCN/SCAN ON" is displayed and the first 10 seconds of each track are played, and the tracks are played in order. The track number currently being heard blinks in the display. Stopping to Listen to the Track Being Scanned: Press the 38 or SCAN button again to stop the scan and keep on listening to a track normally.
"LOAD" is displayed when discs are being exchanged on the disc changer.
The track scan function is cancelled when you eject the disc. The track scan function only scans each track on a disc once.
Successively play the beginning of each disc on a changer until you find the one that you want to listen to.
Random play is cancelled when you eject the disc.
Starting the disc scan: Press the D.SCN button. "DSCN ON" is displayed and the first 10 seconds of each disc are played, in the order in which they are loaded on the changer. The disc number currently being heard blinks in the display. Stopping to Listen to the Disc Being Scanned: Press the 38 or D.SCN button again to stop the scan and keep on listening to the disc normally.
Magazine Random Play
Play the tracks on all the discs in the disc changer in random order.
1 Press the M.RDM button to switch the magazine random play
function on and off. "MRDM ON" is displayed when magazine random play is turned on. The display of the disc and track numbers change continuously as the next track is being selected. When the disc/track has been selected, play starts. The selected disc/track number blinks in the display as it is being played.
The disc scan function is cancelled when you eject the disc. The disc scan function only scans each disc on the changer once. "LOAD" is displayed when discs are being exchanged on the disc changer.
Play all the tracks on the current disc in random order.
This function is not available with the following models: KDC-C200/C300/C400/C301/C401
You can set the defaults for additional functions in the menu mode. Make a setting for each function, referring to the following operations.
Touch Sensor Tone
This function produces a beep sound that accompanies button operation. It can be switched on or off.
1 Enter the menu mode
Hold down the MENU button for one second or more. "MENU" is displayed when the menu mode is entered. The function that you can adjust is indicated with the current settings displayed.
Display and setting: "BEEP ON" : Beep setting is on. "BEEP OFF" : Beep setting is off.
The beep sound is not output from the preout jacks.
2 Selecting function to set
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. 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.
Manual Time Adjustment
Adjust the time manually.
3 Changing setting for currently displayed function
This adjustment is available only when the automatic time adjustment is set to off. Display and setting: 1 Select the display "CLK ADJ" during the selecting function in the menu system.
Press either the 4 or button. The setting will change for each function. Example: The setting of the touch sensor tone will switch from on to off, and "BEEP OFF" is displayed.
2 Hold down either the 4 or button for two seconds or
more to enter the Manual time adjustment mode. The time display will blink.
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.
Restricting RDS Region (Region Restrict Function)
You can choose whether or not to restrict the RDS channels, received with the AF function for a particular network, to a specific region. When the Region Restrict Function is on, the region is restricted.
Display and setting: "REG ON" : The Region Restrict Function is on. "REG OFF" : The Region Restrict Function is off.
Sometimes stations in the same network broadcast different programmes or use different programme service names.
"SCL AUTO" : Automatic scrolling "SCL MANU" : Manual scrolling
Auto TP Seek Function
When the TI function is on and poor reception conditions are experienced when listening to a traffic information station, another traffic information station with better reception will be searched for automatically. This function is on, when unit is first powered on.
Display and setting: "ATPS ON" : The Auto TP Seek Function is on. If the traffic information station you are tuned to experiences poor reception, this function automatically seeks another TP station. "ATPS OFF" : The Auto TP Seek Function is off.
When poor stereo reception is experienced, this function will reduce noise and improve listening conditions.
Display and setting: "MONO ON" : The monaural reception is on. "MONO OFF" : The monaural reception is off.
This function permits the CD text and 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 manual scrolling.
Display and setting:
External view Number of items
3 1:KRC-478R/378R/33R only
The use of any accessories except for those provided might result in damage to the unit. Make sure only to use the accessories shipped with the unit, as shown above.
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 cable connections for each unit. 3. Connect the cable 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 your car is not prepared for this special connection-system, consult your Kenwood dealer. Only use antenna conversion adapters (ISO-JASO) when the antenna cord has an ISO plug. Make sure that all cable connections are securely made by inserting jacks until they lock completely. If your vehicle's ignition does not have an ACC position, or if the ignition cable is connected to a power source with constant voltage such as a battery cable, the power will not be linked with the ignition (i.e., it will not turn on and off along with the ignition). If you want to link the unit's power with the ignition, connect the ignition cable to a power source that can be turned on and off with the ignition key. If the fuse blows, first make sure that the cables have not caused a short circuit, then replace the old fuse with one with the same rating. Do not let unconnected cables or terminals touch metal on the car or anything else conducting electricity. To prevent short circuits, also do not remove the caps on the ends of the unconnected cables or the terminals. Connect the speaker cables correctly to the terminals to which they correspond. The unit may receive damage or fail to work if you share the - cables and/or ground them to any metal part in the car. After the unit is installed, check whether the brake lamps, indicators, wipers, etc. on the car are working properly. Insulate unconnected cables with vinyl tape or other similar material. Some disc changers need conversion cables for connection. See the section on "Safety Precautions" for details. If the console has a lid, make sure to install the unit so that the faceplate does not hit the lid when closing and opening.
Connecting Cables to Terminals s ISO connector unsupported car (KRC-478R/378R/33R only)
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.
Front right output (Red) (KRC-478R/478RV only)
Rear left output (White)
Front left output (White) (KRC-478R/478RV only) Fuse (10A) Plug (P.29) KENWOOD disc changer / DAB control input
Power Control terminal (P.28) Rear right output (Red) FM/AM antenna input Antenna Cord (ISO)
If you connect the ignition cable (red) and the battery cable (yellow) to the car chassis (ground), you may cause a short circuit, that in turn may start a fire. Always connect those cables to the power source running through the fuse box.
To connect the Disc changer or DAB unit, consult each manual.
Antenna Conversion Adaptor (ISOJASO) (Accessory3) If no connections are made, do not cut the tube off from the edge of the cable. Connect either to the power control terminal when using the optional power amplifier, or to the antenna control terminal in the vehicle. Ignition key switch ACC Ignition cable (Red) Wiring harness (Accessory1) Power control/ Motor antenna control cable (Blue/White)
P.CONT.OUT ANT. CONT.
TEL mute terminal White/Black
To connect the KENWOOD navigation system, consult your navigation manual. To front left
Gray/Black To front right
Green/Black Car fuse box (Main fuse) Car fuse box Battery cable (Yellow) To rear left
Ground cable (Black) - (To car chassis)
Purple/Black To rear right
Connecting Cables to Terminals s ISO connector supported car s Power Control Terminal Connections
The output of the Power Control terminal is switched along with the power on/off switching of the unit. This terminal can be connected to the P.CON (REMOTE) terminal of the amplifier, or used as the power supply of the special antenna cable for Volkswagen cars. (MAX. 400 mA)
Antenna Conversion Adaptor (ISOJASO) (Accessory3)
For Volkswagen car Special antenna cable (Commercially available)
To Power Control terminal Antenna Conversion Adaptor (ISOJASO) (Accessory3)
Power Control terminal (Flat terminal)
Front right output (Red) (KRC-478R/478RV only) Front left output (White) (KRC-478R/478RV only) Fuse (10A) Plug (P.29)
Power control cable
Power Control terminal (P.28) Antenna Cord (ISO) Antenna Conversion Adaptor (ISOJASO) (Accessory3) FM/AM antenna input Cars wiring harness Rear right output (Red)
KENWOOD disc changer / DAB control input
Antenna Cord (ISO) Special antenna cable (For Volkswagen car) (Commercially available)
To connect the Disc changer or DAB unit, consult each manual. TEL mute terminal
To connect the KENWOOD navigation system, consult your navigation manual.
Connecting Cables to Terminals s Connector Function Guide s Plug Setting
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.
1 The A-7 pin (red) of the vehicle's ISO connector is linked with the ignition, and the A-4 pin (yellow) is connected to the constant power supply. (Default setting; KRC-478R/378R/33R)
Pin Numbers for ISO Connectors
External Power Connector 1 AAAA8 Speaker Connector B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8
Yellow Red Blue/White Red Yellow Black
Battery Ignition (ACC) Power Control Ignition (ACC) Battery Earth (Ground) Connection Rear Right (+) Rear Right () Front Right (+) Front Right () Front Left (+) Front Left () Rear Left (+) Rear Left ()
2 The A-7 pin (red) of the vehicle's ISO connector is connected to the constant power supply, and the A-4 pin (yellow) is linked to the ignition. (Default setting; KRC-478RV)
Purple Purple/Black Gray Gray/Black White White/Black Green Green/Black
*Plug setting: See right side.
Installation s Installation
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).
Installation s Removing the hard rubber frame 1 Engage the catch pins on the removal tool and remove the two
locks on the lower level. Lower the frame and pull it forward as shown in the figure.
s Removing the Unit 1 Refer to the section Removing the hard rubber frame and
then remove the hard rubber frame.
2 Remove the screw (M48) on the back panel. 3 Insert the two removal tools deeply into the slots on each side,
Screw (M4X8) (commercially available) Accessory2 Removal tool
Catch facing up
2 When the lower level is removed, remove the upper two
Accessory2 Removal tool
4 Lower the removal tool
toward the bottom, and pull out the unit halfway whilst pressing towards the inside.
Be careful to avoid injury from the catch pins on the removal tool.
The battery cable has not been connected to the proper terminal. The ignition and battery cable are incorrectly connected.
Connect the cable correctly, referring to the section on "Connecting Cables to Terminals". Connect the cable correctly, referring to the section on "Connecting Cables to Terminals". Connect the cable correctly, referring to the section on "Connecting Cables to Terminals". Pull the TEL mute cable away from the metal part of the car.
The TEL mute function does not work. The TEL mute function turns on even though the TEL mute cable is not connected.
The TEL mute cable is not connected properly. The TEL mute cable is touching a metal part of the car.
External 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 very dirty. The CD is upside-down. The disc is loaded in a different slot from that specified. The disc is severely scratched.
Connect the cable to the disc changer input terminal on the unit. Clean the CD. Load the CD with the labelled 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 is wrong with the CD. Clean the CD. Press the reset button on the unit (see page 4).
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 does not play.
The computer chip in the unit is not functioning normally.
Random play or magazine random play has been selected.
Turn off the random play or magazine random play function.
If the following situations, consult your nearest service centre:
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-CPS85, KDC-CX85, KDC-CPS82 or KDC-CX82) is connected, the AUX Mode is entered when switching modes.
Troubleshooting Guide The following messages are displayed when certain problems are occurring in your system. Take the recommended actions.
EJECT No disc magazine has been loaded in the changer. The disc magazine is not completely loaded. ] Load the disc magazine properly. No CD in the unit. ] Insert the CD. No disc has been loaded in the disc magazine. ] Load a disc into the disc magazine. No disc has been loaded in the disc magazine. ] Load a disc into the disc magazine. The CD is very dirty. The CD is upside-down. The CD is scratched a lot. ] Clean the CD and load it correctly. Nothing has been recorded on the MD. ] The next MD is automatically played back No tracks are recorded on the MD, although it has a title. ] The next MD is automatically played back. The faceplate of the slave unit being connected to this unit has been removed. ] Replace it. The unit is malfunctioning for some reason. ] Press the reset button on the unit. If the "E- 77", code does not disappear, consult your nearest service centre. Something is wrong with the disc magazine. Or the unit is malfunctioning for some reason. ] Check the disc magazine. And then, press the reset button on the unit. If the "E- 99" code does not disappear, consult your nearest service center. The protective circuit in the unit activates when the temperature inside the automatic disc changer exceeds 60C (140F), stopping all operation. ] Cool down the unit by opening the windows or turning on the air conditioner. As the temperature falls below 60C (140F), the disc starts playing again. If this indicator continues blinking, it is possible that the tape has become jammed or tangled. ] Contact the Kenwood dealer if the tape cassette cannot be ejected.
NO DISC E-04
BLANK NO TRACK NO PANEL E-77 E-99
Specifications Specifications subject to change without notice.
FM tuner section
Frequency range (50 kHz Space)..87.5 MHz 108.0 MHz Usable sensitivity (S/N = 26dB)..0.7 V/75 Quieting Sensitivity (S/N = 46dB).1.6 V/75 Frequency response (3.0 dB)..30 Hz 15 kHz Signal to Noise ratio (MONO)...65 dB Selectivity (DIN) (400 kHz).. 80 dB Stereo separation (1 kHz)...35 dB
Maximum output power..40 W 4 Output power (DIN 45324, +B=14.4 V).26 W 4 Tone action Bass:...100 Hz 10 dB Treble:..10 kHz 10 dB Preout level / load..1800 mV / 10 k Preout Impedance.. 600 Operating voltage..14.4 V (V allowable) Current consumption...10 A Installation size (W H D)..158 mm Weight...1400 g
MW tuner section
Frequency range (9 kHz Space)..531 kHz 1611 kHz Usable sensitivity (S/N = 20dB)..25 V
LW tuner section
Frequency range...153 kHz 281 kHz Usable sensitivity (S/N = 20dB)..45 V
Cassette player section
Tape speed...4.76 cm/sec. Wow & Flutter (WRMS)...0.08 % Frequency response..30 Hz 14 kHz (3 dB) Separation (1 kHz)...43 dB Signal to Noise ratio..54 dB
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