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Kenwood KVT-725DVD-b Installation Manual
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Explanation of icons used on this manual
Indicates the key operation on the receiver. Indicates the button you must touch. Indicates the key or joystick operation on the remote controller. The initial value of each setup is shown. Gives an additional information or an operation advice.
This Product is not installed by the manufacturer of a vehicle on the production line, nor by the professional importer of a vehicle into an EU Member State.
Screen brightness during low temperatures
When the temperature of the unit falls such as during winter, the liquid crystal panel's screen will become darker than usual. Normal brightness will return after using the monitor for a whilst.
Time is displayed on each control screen in the 12 hour clock display type (with AM/PM displayed) or in the 24 hour clock display type (without AM/PM displayed) depending on the sales area. The display type cannot be changed. In this instruction manual, screens of the 24 hour display type are used as examples.
Dont touch the recording surface of the disc.
Notes on playing MP3/WMA
When removing discs from this unit pull them out horizontally. This unit can play MP3 (MPEG1 Audio Layer 3)/WMA. Note, however, that the MP3/WMA recording media and formats acceptable are limited. When writing MP3/WMA, pay attention to the following restrictions.
Entering file and folder names
The code list characters are the only file names and folder names that can be entered and displayed. If you use any other character for entry, the file and folder names are not displayed correctly. They may neither be displayed correctly depending on the CD writer used. The unit recognizes and plays only those MP3/WMA which have the MP3/WMA extension (.MP3/.WMA).
A file with a name entered with characters not on the code list may not play correctly.
CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, and DVD+R/RW are easier to damage than a normal music CD. Use a CD-R/RW, DVDR/RW, or DVD+R/RW after reading the caution items on the package etc. Dont stick tape etc. on the disc. Also, dont use a disc with tape stuck on it.
Discs that cant be used
Discs that arent round cant be used.
The MP3/WMA recording media acceptable to this unit are CD-ROM, CD-R, and CD-RW. When using CD-RW, do full format not quick format to prevent malfunction.
Writing files into a medium Acceptable medium formats
Discs with coloring on the recording surface or that are dirty cant be used. This unit can only play the CDs with. It may not correctly play discs which do not have the mark. A CD-R or CD-RW that hasnt been finalized cant be played. (For the finalization process refer to your CDR/CD-RW writing software, and your CD-R/CD-RW recorder instruction manual.) The following formats are available for the media used in this unit. The maximum number of characters used for file name including the delimiter (".") and three-character extension are indicated in parentheses. ISO 9660 Level 1 (12 characters) ISO 9660 Level 2 (31 characters) Joliet (64 characters) Romeo (128 characters) Up to 170 characters can be displayed in the long file name format. For a list of available characters, see the instruction manual of the writing software and the section Entering file and folder names below. The media reproducible on this unit has the following limitations: Maximum number of directory levels: 8 Maximum number of files per folder: 255 Maximum number of characters for folder name: 64 Maximum number of folders: 100 MP3/WMA written in the formats other than the above may not be successfully played and their file names or folder names are not properly displayed. When a medium containing MP3/WMA data is loaded, the unit checks all the data on the medium. If the medium contains a lot of folders or non-MP3/WMA files, therefore, it takes a long time until the unit starts playing MP3/WMA. In addition, it may take time for the unit to move to the next MP3/WMA file or a File Search or Folder Search may not be performed smoothly.
Place the right end of the protection panel onto hooks and push it until clicked and locked. Then, push the left end of the panel to lock it. Two hooks
Turn the power switch on
Hold down the [SRC] key more than one second to turn it off.
Do not touch the moving components when you are opening or closing the monitor. If done, you will get hurt. Do not try to open or close the monitor by hand. You can automatically open or close the monitor when you turn on or off the ignition key (see page 48). If the monitor movement is stopped by the shift lever or another obstacle when the monitor is opened, this movement is canceled by the safety function. If an obstacle is pinched by the monitor when closed, the monitor movement is also canceled by the safety function. If it has occurred, remove the obstacle and press the [OPEN/CLOSE] key again.
Close the monitor first, then remove or attach the protection panel. After you have removed the protection panel, you cannot operate the receiver. After you have removed the protection panel, you can flash the burglar alarm lamp (see page 64).
KVT-725DVD Basic operation
When the monitor is open
1 Play Disc [Disc insertion slot] A disc is played when you insert it. 2 Stop to Play  key Stops to play. 3 Play/Pause  key Pauses and replays a disc. 4 Eject Disc [EJECT] key The disc is ejected. 5 Switch Video Sources [V.SEL] key The video sources are switched each time you press the key. 7 Volume Controls [+]/ key 8 Track/Station Selectors / key Selects a music or chapter, track, or frequency. 9 Band/Folder Selectors [FM]/[AM] key Press the [FM] key to switch to the FM1/2/3 band or the next folder/disc. Press the [AM] key to switch to the AM band or the previous folder/disc. p Attenuator/Loudness [ATT]/[LOUD] key Attenuates the volume. Press it again to cancel muting. Press it for more than one second to turn the Loudness function on or off. If turned on, high and low tones are enhanced during low volume. q Traffic Infomation [TI] key Turns the Traffic Information function On or Off. (see page 26)
* Optional accessory
Clears the video image when pressed more than one second. When pressed again, the original image is redisplayed. 6 Switch Audio Source/Power Supply [SRC] key The audio sources are switched each time you press the key.
w Screen Setup [SCREEN] key Displays the Screen Setup or Angle Setup screen. (see page 48) e Function [FNC] key The video sources are switched each time you press the key.
When the monitor is closed
The Screen mode of the monitor changes each time the [MODE] key is pressed.
Full picture mode [FULL] Justify picture mode [JUST] Cinema picture mode [CINEMA] Zoom picture mode [ZOOM] Normal picture mode [NORMAL]
When the Menu, Easy Control screen, or Navigation is selected, it is shown in the full-size display mode automatically. Their Screen mode cannot be changed. The Screen mode can be set for each of DVD/VCD, TV, and video images.
Control during DVD Video or Video CD Playback
Various control screens appear when you play back a DVD Video (DVD) or a Video CD (VCD) disc.
Displaying the DVD/VCD Playback screen
You can use the following operations when displaying DVD/VCD images.
Plays back the DVD or VCD.
EJECT TI SOURCE ATT
Displaying the Easy Control Panel
1 Title Number Display 2 Chapter Number Display 3 Play Time Display 4 Forward Chapter Search Area Selects the next chapter. 5 Backward Chapter Search Area Selects the previous chapter. Display of Easy Control Panel
Title 1 Chap 3 T 0 : : 13 MODE: F U L L AV-OUT: AV - I N
The Control Panel is displayed in a floating position of the DVD/VCD screen.
e Adjusts the volume. r Switches the source. t Stops to play. y Rewinds or fast forwards. u Chapter Search (DVD) Searches for a chapter. Scene/Track Search (VCD) Selects a scene (when PBC is On) or a track (when PBC is Off). i Plays or pauses.
The Easy Control Panel display is cleared when you touch the center of image display area.
DVD playback screen
Title 1 Chap 3 MODE: F U L L 6
3 T 0:02:37 AV-OUT: AV - I N 4
6 DVD Disc Menu Control Buttons Area Displays the Disc Menu Control buttons (see page 20) 7 Information Display Button Area (see page 21)
15 SRC DVD VIDEO 16
T 0 : : 13
VCD playback screen
DVD Disc Menu
Selects an option from the DVD Disc Menu. 1 Displays the Disc Menu Control screen
2 Select Disc Menu options Disc Menu
VCD Zoom Control
Displays an enlarged VCD screen.
Displays the Zoom Control screen
Zoom Control Button Area (page 16)
You can search for a DVD/VCD chapter, scene or track by entering its number. 1 Selects the Direct Search mode
Disc Menu Control Buttons Area (page 16)
ZoomC t r l
1 Calls the Menu Control. 2 Switches the picture angle. (during program playback only) 3 Switches the caption language. (during program playback only) 4 Switches the voice language. (during program playback only) 5 Displays the Zoom Control screen. 6 Clears the Disc Menu Control.
1 Calls the Menu. (during DVD playback only) 2 Returns to the Disc Menu Control screen. 3 Selects a menu option. 4 Enters your menu selection. 5 Returns to the previous menu screen. 6 Displays the Top Menu. 7 Clears the Disc Menu Control.
The following items can be searched directly each time it is pressed. DVD: Title, Chapter, Time, Direct number VCD (when PBC is On): Scene, Direct number VCD (when PBC is Off): Track, Time However, the direct search may not be supported for some discs.
1 Changes the zoom ratio at 4 levels (2 times, 3 times, 4 times, or off) each time you touch. 2 Scrolls the screen in the direction you touch. 3 Clears the Zoom Control button.
2 Enter a number or time
When playing back a VCD, enter a PBC screen number (if PBC is On) or a track number (if PBC is Off).
Displays the DVD and AV information.
Information Display Button Area (Page 16)
The information is displayed for 5 seconds.
The operation ends automatically if you do not operate within 10 seconds.
1 Changes the zoom ratio at 4 levels (2 times, 3 times, 4 times, or off) each time you touch. 2 Scrolls the screen in the direction you touch. 3 Returns to the Disc Menu Control screen. 4 Clears the Disc Menu Control.
Various control screens appear in the Tuner Source mode.
The Tuner Control Panel is displayed in a floating position of the selected picture. 1 Adjusts the volume. 2 Switches the source. 3 Switches the band (to AM or FM1/2/3). 4 Tunes in a station. 5 Switches the Seek mode. (see page 24 for the <Seek Mode>)
Displaying the Tuner Control screen
6 Switches the Seek mode. (see page 42 for the <Seek Mode>)
q Calls the Setup Menu. (see page 49)
For system key operations, see <KVT-725DVD Basic Operations> (see page 10). The Easy Control Panel display is cleared when you touch the center of image display area.
9 Audio 11 Set Up 10 SRC 15
Se r v i c e
w Switches the band (to DAB1/2/3). e Selects a service. r Selects the Ensemble.
1 t Switches between Function button to use.
S + SEEK 220.094MHz
DISP Service Label
y Selects the Auto memory mode. (see page 42 for the <Auto Ensemble memory>)
u Switches the Seek mode. (see page 42 for the <Seek Mode>) i Changes the display between Ensemble label, PTY label, Component label, Region label, and Audio quality. to buttons appear, you can o When call a service from memory. ; Seek Mode Indicator a Selects the primary or secondary operation.
Displaying the DAB Tuner Menu screen
s Selects options from various function menus. d Returns to the DAB Tuner Control screen.
For DAB Tuner function details, see the Instruction Manual of DAB Tuner (optional).
DAB Tuner Menu screen
Service Select Lang u a g e F i l t e r PTY Sea r c h
DAB I n f o r m a t i o n
A service selection method can be set.
Service Preset Memory
The current receiving service is stored in memory. 1 Select a service you wish to store in memory
The service list of the currently receiving ensemble is displayed for your selection. 1 Call the DAB Tuner Menu
The languages are list for your selection. 1 Call the DAB Tuner Menu
The mode display is switched each time you touch the button.
2 Call the Language Filter Menu 2 Store in memory 2 Call the Service Select Menu
Lang u a g e F i l t e r
Tunes in an ensemble with good reception automatically. Selects services in memory one after another. Switches to the next channel manually. If to
S e r v i c e Name
S e r v i c e Name S e r v i c e Name S e r v i c e Name S e r v i c e Name
Re t u r n
Auto Ensemble Memory
An ensemble with good reception is stored in memory automatically. 1 Select a band you wish to store in memory
1 Selects a service. 2 Scrolls the service list. 3 Returns to the DAB Tuner Menu.
You can set up the DVD play.
Displaying the DVD SETUP 1 screen
1 Adjusts the volume.
Displaying the DVD SETUP 2 screen
p Sets an angle mark display. ( On) 2 Returns to the Control screen of the previous source. 3 Calls the Sound Effects Menu. (see page 72) 16:9) q Selects the screen display mode.*1 ( "16:9": Displays wide pictures. "4:3 LB": Displays wide pictures in the Letter Box format (having black stripes at the top and bottom of screen). "4:3 PS": Displays wide pictures in the Pan & Scan format (showing pictures cut at the right and left ends). w Displays the Parental Lock screen.*1 ( (See <Parental Level Setup>, page 55) e Keep "Auto" to use. r Displays the DVD SETUP 1 screen.
*1 Disabled when a DVD is being played. *2 Disabled when the Zone function is On.
DVD SETUP 1 screen
DVD SETUP 2 screen
5 Selects a disc menu language.*1 (See <Language Setup>, page 54)
5 Set en S u b t i t l e LANG 6 Set en A u d i o LANG 7 Set en Dynam i c R a n g e C o n t r o l Mi d n i g h t 8 8
DVD S ETUP 1
6 Selects a subtitle language.*1 (See <Language Setup>, page 54) 7 Selects an audio language.* (See <Language Setup>, page 54)
Wide) 8 Sets the dynamic range.*2 ( The dynamic range is reduced by changing from "Wide" to "Normal" and from "Normal" to "Midnight". You can easy to listen a small sound when the dynamic range is narrow. This is effective only when you are using a Dolby Digital software. 9 Displays the DVD SETUP 2 screen.
If DVD touch
Ang l e Mar k 10 On Sc r e e n Ra t i o : 3 LB Pa re n t a l L ev e l Off Output Auto DVD S ETUP 2
is not shown, to display it.
Select a language you use for the speech and menus. 1 Display the Language Setup screen
See <Displaying the DVD SETUP 1 screen> (see page 52) and select a language you wish to use.
Language Code Table
Abbreviation Language Abbreviation Language
Parental Level Setup
lv mg mi mk ml mn mo mr ms mt my na ne nl no oc om or pa pl ps pt qu rm rn ro ru rw sa sd sg sh si sk sl sm sn so sq sr ss st su sv sw ta te tg th ti tk tl tn to tr ts tt tw uk ur uz vi vo wo xh yo zh zu
You can set up the system parameters.
Displaying the System Set Up 1 screen
S y s t em S e t U p
Displaying the System Set Up 2 screen
2 Returns to the Control screen of the previous source. 3 Calls the Sound Effects Menu. (see page 72) 1) 9 Sets a music CD playback. ( "1" Automatically recognizes and plays back an MP3/WMA disc, a DVD or a music CD. "2" Forcibly plays back a disc as a music CD. Select "2" if you wish to play a music CD having a special format or if you cannot play a disc in the "1" position.
2 Key I L LUM I Ma n u a l
System Set Up 1 screen
System Set Up 2 screen On)
5 Turns the key touch tone On or Off. (
Be e p On Sc r o l l Ma n u a l Remo t e Se n s o r On
6 Allows scrolling of text display on the Source Control screen. ( Manual) "Auto": Scrolls the screen automatically. "Manual": Allows you to scroll the screen manually. On) 7 Selects a remote control signal. ( If you turn it "Off", your operation from the remote controller is rejected when you are in the TV mode.
CD R e a d
You cannot play an MP3/WMA/VCD disc in the "2" position. Also, you may not play some music CDs in the "2" position. Your setup is disabled when the disc is being played.
S y s t e m Se t
8 Displays the System Set Up 2 screen.
If S y s t touch
em S e t U p
p Selects an illumination color of receiver keys. ( Red) "Green" Green "Red" Red q Displays the System Set Up 1 screen.
You can set audio and visual (AV) interface parameters.
Displaying the AV I/F 1 screen
AV I / F Set Up
Displaying the AV I/F 2 screen
2 Returns to the Control screen of the previous source. 3 Calls the Sound Effects Menu. (see page 72) AV I/F 2 screen 9 Selects an AV source to be output at the AV OUTPUT port. ( AV-IN) p Selects speakers used for voice guidance of the F-Left) navigation system. ( "F-Left" Uses the front left side speaker for voice guidance. "F-Right": Uses the front right side speaker for voice guidance. "F-All": Uses both front speakers for voice guidance. q Adjusts the volume for voice guidance of the navigation system. ( 19) w Mutes the volume during voice guidance of the navigation system. ( On) When turned "On", the voice level drops for voice guidance. e Displays the AV I/F 1 screen.
AV I/F 1 screen
N AV 5 AV - I N A V - I N Name 6 V I DEO AV - I N N o r ma l
RGB) 5 Selects a navigation system connection. ( Allows the Kenwoods Navigation System "RGB" to connect via its interface cable. "AV-IN": Allows a third-party navigation system to connect via the AV INPUT port. "OFF" Must be used if no navigation system is connected. (The navigation display is cancelled when the AV source is switched.) 6 Sets a name to be displayed when you select a system that is connected via the AV INPUT port. VIDEO) (
If you have set the navigation system connection to "AV-IN", the display is fixed to "NAV".
AV - OUT AV - I N NAV I n t e r r u p t i o n 10 F -Al l NAV G u i d e V o l u m e L e v e l 19 L i n e Mu t e On Off 12 12
7 Sets an image display of the system that is connected via the AV INPUT port. ( Normal) "Normal" When the image source is switched, an image entered via the AV INPUT port is displayed. "AUTO": When an image signal is entered via the AV INPUT port, this image is displayed. 8 Displays the AV I/F 2 screen.
If AV touch
I / F Set Up
You can set up user interface (IF) parameters.
Displaying the User I/F 1 screen
User I / F Set Up
Displaying the User I/F 2 screen
2 Returns to the Control screen of the previous source. 3 Calls the Sound Effects Menu. (see page 72)
7 Sets an on-screen display of the navigation screen. ( Auto) If you set to "Auto", an information is displayed for 5 seconds when updated. 8 Sets an on-screen display of the video playback screen. ( Auto) If you set to "Auto", an information is displayed for 5 seconds when updated.
User I/F 1 screen
User I/F 2 screen
O n SCRN DVD MANU MANU
5 Switches the wall paper. 6 Displays the User I/F 2 screen.
O n SCRN NAV O n SCRN VIDEO
Wa l l P a p e r
If U s e r touch
9 Sets an on-screen display of the DVD playback screen. ( MANU) If you set to "Auto", an information is displayed for 5 seconds when updated. p Sets an on-screen display of the TV screen. Auto) (optional accessory) (when the optional ( accessory TV tuner is connected only) If you set to "Auto", an information is displayed for 5 seconds when updated. q Displays the User I/F 1 screen.
O n SCRN TV
I /F 1
7 Sets the present TV2 receiving area. 8 Displays the TV1 Area Set screen.
Displaying the RDS Set Up 2 screen
p Selects a display language for the PTY function. q Displays the RDS Set Up 1 screen.
TV2 Area Set screen
RDS Set Up 2 screen
Language S e l e c t German 10
TV2 Area Set
DAB Set Up (with the optional accessory DAB Tuner connected only)
The DAB reception can be set.
Various announcement reception parameters can be set. 1 Displays the Announcement Selection screen
Displaying the DAB Set Up screen
1 Adjusts the volume. 2 Calls the Sound Effects Menu. (see page 72)
DA B S e t U p
3 Returns to the Control screen of the previous source. 4 Calls the Setup Menu.
DAB Set Up screen
T r a f f i c N e ws Tr a n s p o r t
Off Off Off Off
5 Turns the DAB Priority On or Off. 6 Turns the Dynamic Range Control function On or Off. 7 Turns the Regional Announcement function On or Off. 8 Sets a program type to be selected automatically when the receiving ensemble starts.
DAB P r i o r i t y
Off 5 Off 6 Off 7
Wa r n i n g Ne w s
DRC Reg i o n a l I n t. PTY Wa t c h PTY Watch Off Announcement S e l e c t
3 SRC 8
DAB Se t Up
9 Displays the Announcement Selection screen.
If DA B touch
1 Adjusts the volume. 2 Turns the Announcement Reception function On or Off. 3 Scrolls the Announcement items. 4 Returns to the DAB Set Up screen.
2 Set the announcement parameters
T r a f f i c N e ws
Traffic News: Traffic information Transport News: Time table information of public transportation services Warning: Lower priority items than alarms (power failure, cutoff of water supply and others) News: News flash Weather: Weather forecasting Event: Event information Special Event: Undetermined event information Radio Info: Programme information, advance notice Sports news: Sports news Financial news: Financial news
3 Terminate the setup
AMP Control (with the optional accessory LX Power Amp connected only)
Sets the power amp connected via the LX bus.
Displaying the AMP Control screen
1 Adjusts the volume. 2 Calls the Setup Menu.
3 Calls the Sound Effects Menu. (see page 72) 4 Returns to the Control screen of the previous source.
AMP Control screen
5 Setup option and value display 6 Select a setup option.
7 Selects a set value. 8 Enters the set value.
A M P 1 V O LT 1 4. 4 V AMP Co n t r o l
Hands-Free Unit Control
You can call the following control screens if the GSM is connected to the system.
When you are called, you can use the handsfree phone.
1 Displays the Search for Phone Book screen. (See the <Calling by Phone Book>, page 80) 2 Adds a number to the Phone Book. (See the <Addition to Phone Book>, page 81) 3 Displays the Create a Mail screen. (See the <Creating an SMS (Short Message Service) messages>, page 84) 4 Displays the SMS list. (See the <Reading SMS (Short Message Service) messages>, page 84) 5 Displays the Hands-Free Call Setup screen. (See the <Hands Free Setup>, page 83)
Originate a call by entering a phone number.
1 Enter a phone number
Or the telephone is called. GSM Control screen
Respond to a phone call
When the telephone is called, the GSM Control screen appears automatically.
Originate a call
5 S e t Up
Terminate the phone call
You can start talking when the destination responds.
The previous screen reappears.
6 Enter three phone numbers for quick dialing. (See the <Quick Dialing>, page 83) 7 Enters a phone number. (See the <When dialing>, page 79) 8 Clears the entered phone number. All numbers you have entered are cleared if the button is pressed more than 1 second. 9 Starts the hands-free phone call. p Displays the previously called phone number. q Ends the hands-free phone call. w Returns to the previous screen. e Displays the radio wave intensity r Displays the present Auto Response status AUTO When Auto Response is on: When Auto Response is off: t Indicates the SMS registration availability y Displays the calling and called phone numbers If you have registered a phone number in the Phone Book, the destination person name is displayed.
For details on the hands-free phone calls, see the Instruction Manual of KCA-HF521 GSM Hands-Free Unit (optional accessory).
Calling by Phone Book
You can call a person using his/her phone number that you have registered in the Phone Book.
1 Display the Search for Phone Book screen
Phone Book List screen
Phone Book L i s t
Addition to Phone Book
You can add a phone number to the Phone Book.
Select a memory device in which you wish to register phone data
S I M CARD I N M EMO R Y
Name Name Name Name
Edit Clear Ok
Enter a phone number you wish to register
When you select the device, the Name Edit screen appears. Name Edit screen
S e t Up
Edit Name ("Name Edit") screen See the <Calling by Phone Book> (see page 80) and select an item you wish to edit on the Phone Book List screen.
Name Name Name Name Edit Clear Ok
Hands Free Set Up screen
Hands Free Set Up A u t o R e s ponse Time sec M I C s e nce Phone V o i c e 3 Right Left
Continue to touch more than 2 seconds.
The Edit Phone Number screen appears. Edit Phone Number ("TEL Number Edit") screen
Number Ed i t
1 Shifts the cursor. 2 Enters a space. 3 Switches the character type. The digits, accent and extended code characters, and alphabets are switched each time it is pressed. 4 Scrolls the keyboard display. 5 Enters a character. 6 Clears the character. All entry characters are cleared if this key is touched more than 1 second. 7 Enters the entry characters. 8 Returns to the Edit Phone Number ("TEL Number Edit") screen.
To call a phone number from memory:
Only a phone number can be registered for Quick Dialing. Therefore, the destination subscriber name and others are not displayed during dialing.
1 Sets an automatic response time after call termination. 2 Adjusts the microphone sensitivity. 3 Sets a ringing tone output position. "Left": Outputs the tone from the front left-hand side speaker. "Right": Outputs the tone from the front right-hand side speaker. 4 Synchronizes the GSM with the Phone Book of optional KCA-HF521 unit. 5 Synchronizes the GSM with the SMS of optional KCA-HF521 unit. 6 Returns to the GSM Control screen.
The "Phone Voice" of both "Left" and "Right" can be turned On at the same time. But they cannot be turned Off at the same time.
7 + * Clear 9 Ok #
1 Enters a phone number. 2 Clears the input phone number. All entry number are cleared if this key is touched more than 1 second. 3 Returns to the Phone Book List screen. 4 Enters the phone number.
Enter a phone number
The editing completes and the Phone Book data is updated.
Reading the SMS (Short Message Service) messages
You can display messages received by the SMS.
1 Display the BOX Message List screen
Creating an SMS (Short Message Service) message
You can create a message to be sent by the SMS.
1 Enter the destination number where you wish to send an SMS message
Send the message
Returns to the GSM Control screen.
BOX Message List screen
Box L i s t
Display the SMS Message Input screen
SMS Message Input screen
Message I n p u t
1 Displays messages. 2 Scrolls the message list. 3 Returns to the GSM Control screen.
g n u Clear
Select a message you wish to display
The message is displayed on the Box Message screen. BOX Message screen
Box Mess a g e 31 / / : 1 5
1 Shifts the cursor. 2 Switches the character type. The digits, accent and extended code characters, and alphabets are switched each time it is pressed. 3 Enters a space. 4 Scrolls the keyboard display. 5 Enters a character. 6 Clears the character. All entry characters are cleared if this key is touched more than 1 second. 7 Sends the created message. 8 Returns to the GSM Control screen.
Create a message
1 Scrolls for a single message. 2 Clears the message if this button is touched more than 2 seconds. 3 Returns to the BOX Message List screen.
DVD: Digital Versatile Disc A type of disc which contains recording of audio/video packaged media with high video and audio quality, such as a movie, featuring large recording capacity and digital signal processing capability. VCD: VIDEO CD A type of CD which contains the recording of moving images. It compresses image information by about 1/120 and audio information by about 1/6 and accommodates up to 74 minutes of recording in a disc with the same diameter as ordinary music CD of 12 cm. Some VCDs do not have the P.B.C. compatibility and are capable of playback only, while some are P.B.C.-compatible and are capable of various special playback control operations. This player can play both of these VCDs. MPEG: Moving Picture Expert Group (DVD, VCD) This is an international standard for digital video and audio compression and decompression in media. Dolby Digital This is a digital audio compression technology developed by Dolby Laboratories. It is compatible with 5.1-channel surround audio as well as normal stereo (2-channel) audio and can accommodate a large amount of audio data efficiently in a disc. DTS Name of a digital surround system developed by Digital Theater Systems, Inc. Subtitles (DVD) Some DVD discs contains the recording of more than one subtitle language. This player allow you to select one of the recorded subtitle languages during playback. Track number (CD, VCD) A track is also a section of video and audio recorded in a disc. The numbers assigned to individual tracks are referred to as the track numbers. With most of music CDs, a track is assigned to a piece of music. However, with a VCD, the sections of the contents do not always correspond to the assigned tracks. As (special) playback functions such as skipping and programming of ordinary CDs are based on track number data, such playback functions are sometimes impossible with some VCDs. P.B.C.: Play-Back Control (VCD) When a VIDEO CD carries "Play Back Control capable" or similar message on the disc or jacket, desired scenes and information can be played back in an interactive manner using a hierarchical structure while viewing the menu screens displayed on the TV screen. Top menu/menu (DVD) Some DVDs display more than one title in a screen. This screen is referred to as the top menu. The menu is the item display (menu screen) for use in setting operations. The menu can be recalled any time during playback to perform settings according to the current software, including the audio switching between Dolby Digital and PCM, switching of language used in the subtitles and spoken voice. Title number (DVD) The title is the largest unit of video and audio recorded in a DVD. It usually corresponds to a single movie of video software or an album (sometimes a piece of music) of music software. The numbers assigned to individual titles are referred to as the title numbers. Chapter number (DVD) The chapter is a section of video and audio recorded in a DVD. A title is composed of several chapters. The numbers assigned to individual chapters are referred to as the chapter numbers.
MONITOR WITH DVD RECEIVER
MONITEUR AVEC RCEPTEUR DVD
MONITOR MIT DVD RECEIVER
MONITOR MET DVD-ONTVANGER
MONITOR CON RICEVITORE DVD
MANUALE DI INSTALLAZIONE
MONITOR CON RECEPTOR DVD
MANUAL DE INSTALACIN
MONITOR COM RECEPTOR DVD
MANUAL DE INSTALAO
PRINTED IN JAPAN B54-4435-00/00 (E)(AI)
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 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.
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.
If your car's 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.
Do not connect.
Steering remote control input (Light Blue/Yellow)
Wiring harness (Accessory 3)
Connect to the vehicle's parking brake detection switch harness using the supplied relay connector. 2CAUTION For the sake of safety, be sure to connect the parking sensor.
Ground Cable (Black) - (To car chassis)
( 5A )
Battery Cable (Yellow)
Ignition Cable (Red)
FM/AM antenna input
Ignition key switch ACC
Connector A 2 1
Battery cable (Yellow) Ignition cable (Red)
Car fuse box (Main fuse)
Car fuse box
Receiver unit (front side)
PREOUT TO TV TUNER I/F TO NAVIGATION I/F TO 5L-I/F
Disc Changer etc.
Cable (included in the disc changer)
Receiver unit (rear side)
POWER TO MONITOR I/F AV INPUT FM /AM AV OUTPUT ANTENNA
Wiring harness (Accessory 1)
NOTE If no connections are made, do not let the cable come out from the tab.
Power control/ Motor antenna control cable (Blue/White)
ANT CONT P.CONT
Connect either to the power control terminal when using the optional power amplifier, or to the antenna control terminal in the vehicle.
Mute cable (Brown)
Connect to the terminal that is grounded when either the telephone rings or during conversation. NOTE To connect the KENWOOD navigation system, consult your navigation manual.
External amplifier control cable (Pink / Black)
To "EXT. AMP. CONT." terminal of the amplifier having the external amp control function.
Ground cable (Black) - (To car chassis)
Connecting the ISO Connector
The pin arrangement for the ISO connectors depends on the type of vehicle you drive. Make sure to make the proper connections to prevent damage to the unit. The default connection for the wiring harness is described in 1 below. If the ISO connector pins are set as described in 2 or 3, make the connection as illustrated. Please be sure to reconnect the cable as shown 2 below to install this unit to the Volkswagen vehicles etc.
1 (Default setting) 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. Unit Ignition wire (Red) Battery wire (Yellow) Vehicle A7 Pin (Red) A4 Pin (Yellow)
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. Unit Ignition wire (Red) Battery wire (Yellow) Vehicle A7 Pin (Red) A4 Pin (Yellow)
3 The A-4 pin (yellow) of the vehicle's ISO connector is not connected to anything, while the A-7 pin (red) is connected to the constant power supply (or both the A-7 (red) and A-4 (yellow) pins are connected to the constant power supply). Unit Ignition wire (Red) Vehicle A7 Pin (Red) Connect to a power source that can be turned on and off with the ignition key.
Battery wire (Yellow)
Connector Function Guide
Pin Numbers for ISO Connectors External Power Connector A4 A5 A7 A8 Speaker Connector B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 Cable Colour Yellow Blue/White Red Black Purple Purple/Black Gray Gray/Black White White/Black Green Green/Black Functions Battery Power Control Ignition (ACC) Earth (Ground) Connection Rear Right (+) Rear Right () Front Right (+) Front Right () Front Left (+) Front Left () Rear Left (+) Rear Left ()
TO TV TUNER I/F
TO NAVIGATION I/F
Audio left output (White) Audio right output (Red)
Sub-woofer (Mono) Preout
AV INPUT FM /AM AV OUTPUT ANTENNA
TO MONITOR I/F
Visual output (Yellow) Audio left output (White) Audio right output (Red)
Visual input (Yellow) Audio left input (White) Audio right input (Red)
Installation for Monitor/Player Unit
Screw (M4X8) (commercially available) Self-tapping screw (commercially available) Firewall or metal support
Bend the tabs of the mounting sleeve with a screwdriver or similar utensil and attach it in place.
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 for Receiver unit
1. Attach the installation brackets 9 to the sides of the hideaway unit using the sems bolts 7.
Installation brackets (Accessory 9) Sems bolts (Mmm) (Accessory 7)
2. Use the tapping screw 8 to secure the hideaway unit to the audio board.
Tapping screw (mm) (Accessory 8)
Removing Monitor/Player Unit
Removing the Hard Rubber Frame
1. Engage the catch pins on the removal tool 6 and remove the two locks on the lower level. Lower the frame and pull it forward as shown in the figure.
Accessory 6 Lock Catch
2. When the lower level is removed, remove the upper two locations.
The frame can be removed from the top side in the same manner.
Removing the Unit
1. Refer to the section <Removing the Hard Rubber Frame> and then remove the hard rubber frame. 2. Remove the Hex-head screw with integral washer (M4 6) on the back panel. 3. Insert the two removal tools 6 deeply into the slots on each side, as shown.
4. Lower the removal tool toward the bottom, and pull out the unit halfway while pressing towards the inside.
Be careful to avoid injury from the catch pins on the removal tool.
5. Pull the unit all the way out with your hands, being careful not to drop it.
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