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2CAUTIONS 2WARNINGS To prevent injury or fire, take the following precautions:
To prevent a short circuit, never put or leave any metallic objects (such as coins or metal tools) inside the unit. Do not watch or fix your eyes on the units display when you are driving for any extended period. Mounting and wiring this product requires skills and experience. For safetys sake, leave the mounting and wiring work to professionals.
Failure to avoid the following potentially hazardous situations may result in injury or property damage.
The navigation system is designed to provide you with route suggestions. It does not reflect road closures or road conditions, traffic congestion, weather conditions, or other factors that may affect safety or timing while driving. Use the navigation system only as a navigational aid. Do not attempt to use the navigation system for any purpose requiring precise measurement of direction, distance, location, or topography. The Global Positioning System (GPS) is operated by the United States government, which is solely responsible for its accuracy and maintenance. The government system is subject to changes that could affect the accuracy and performance of all GPS equipment, including the navigation system. Although the navigation system is a precision navigation device, any navigation device can be misused or misinterpreted and, therefore, become unsafe.
Failure to avoid the following potentially hazardous situations could result in an accident or collision resulting in death or serious injury.
When navigating, carefully compare information displayed on the navigation system to all available navigation sources, including information from street signs, visual sightings, and maps. For safety, always resolve any discrepancies or questions before continuing navigation. Always operate the vehicle in a safe manner. Do not become distracted by the navigation system while driving, and always be fully aware of all driving conditions. Minimize the amount of time spent viewing the screen of the navigation system while driving, and use voice prompts when possible. Do not enter destinations, change settings, or access any functions requiring prolonged use of the navigation system controls while driving. Stop your vehicle in a safe and legal manner before attempting such operations. Keep the system volume at a low enough level to be able to hear outside noises while driving. If you can no longer hear outside noises, you may be unable to react adequately to the traffic situation. This may cause accidents. The navigation system will not display the correct current position of the vehicle the first time it is used after purchase, or if the vehicle battery is disconnected. GPS satellite signals will soon be received, however, and the correct position will be displayed. 4 GPS Navigation System Instruction Manual
IMPORTANT INFORMATION Vehicle Battery Preservation
This navigation system can be used when the ignition key is turned to ON or ACC. To preserve the battery, however, it should be used with the engine running whenever possible. Using the navigation system for a long time with the engine switched off can cause the battery to run down.
Map Data Information
One of the goals of Garmin is to provide customers with the most complete and accurate cartography that is available to us at a reasonable cost. We use a combination of governmental and private data sources, which we identify in product literature and copyright messages displayed to the consumer. Virtually all data sources contain some inaccurate or incomplete data. In some countries, complete and accurate map information is either not available or is prohibitively expensive.
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Software License Agreement
BY USING THE DNX9240BT/DNX7240BT, YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE FOLLOWING SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT. PLEASE READ THIS AGREEMENT CAREFULLY. Garmin grants you a limited license to use the software embedded in this device (the Software) in binary executable form in the normal operation of the product. Title, ownership rights, and intellectual property rights in and to the Software remain in Garmin. You acknowledge that the Software is the property of Garmin and is protected under the United States of America copyright laws and international copyright treaties. You further acknowledge that the structure, organization, and code of the Software are valuable trade secrets of Garmin and that the Software in source code form remains a valuable trade secret of Garmin. You agree not to decompile, disassemble, modify, reverse assemble, reverse engineer, or reduce to human readable form the Software or any part thereof or create any derivative works based on the Software. You agree not to export or re-export the Software to any country in violation of the export control laws of the United States of America.
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The first time you use your Kenwood Navigation System, you need to set up your system. The Help system provides additional information.
Using the Navigation System
Touch Nav to use the navigation system. To set up the navigation system, touch Nav Setup. For complete audio system information, see the other Kenwood manuals.
Help When You Need It
Touch Tools > Help to get more information about using your navigation system. Touch a category to view information about a topic. To search the Help topics for a keyword, touch Search. 1 Touch Tools > Help.
Touch to access the navigation system. Touch to set up the navigation system. When navigating, this displays Kenwood
audio. When using audio, this displays navigation information.
2 To search the Help topics for a keyword, touch Search.
The screen shots shown in this manual may not exactly match the screens on your navigation system. The images used in this manual are intended for reference only.
The Hands-free phone feature is only available if your mobile phone has Bluetooth wireless technology and has been paired to the navigation system. See the other Kenwood manuals and your phone manual for setup and pairing instructions.
The Where To? page provides several different categories for you to use when searching for addresses, cities, and other locations. The detailed map loaded in your navigation system contains millions of points of interest, such as restaurants, hotels, and auto services.
Finding a Restaurant
1 Touch Where To?.
5 Touch a place.
6 Touch Go!, or touch Press for more to see the Review page. 2 Select a category.
3 Select a subcategory.
4 Select a destination.
Following Your Route
Your route is marked with a magenta line. As you travel, your navigation system guides you to your destination with voice prompts, arrows on the map, and directions at the top of the map. The upper-left corner indicates the distance to your next maneuver. If you depart from the original route, your navigation system recalculates the route and provides new directions.
Adding a Via Point
You can add a stop (Via Point) to your route. The navigation system gives you directions to the stop and then to your final destination. 1 With a route active, touch Where To?. 2 Search for the extra stop. 3 Touch Go!. 4 Touch Add As a Via Point to add this stop before your destination. If you want to add more than one stop to the route, edit the current route. See page 17. (back icon) >
Your route is marked with a highlighted line.
Taking a Detour
If a road on your route is closed, you can take a detour. 1 With a route active, touch 2 Touch Detour.
Follow the arrows.
The navigation system attempts to get you back on your original route as quickly as possible. If the route you are currently taking is the only reasonable option, the navigation system might not calculate a detour.
Stopping the Route
1 With a route active, touch A checkered flag marks your destination. 2 Touch Stop.
The Where To? page provides several different categories you can use to search for locations.
Searching Near Another Location
Your navigation system automatically searches for places near your current location. 1 Touch Where To? > Near. 2 Select an option:
Where I Am Nowsearch near your current location. A Different Citysearch near the city you enter. My Current Routesearch along your route. My Destinationsearch near your current destination.
Finding an Address
The steps to find an address can vary depending on the maps that are loaded on your navigation system. Not all map data provides postal-code searching. 1 Touch Where To? > Address. 2 Touch Change State or Country, if necessary. 3 Touch Search All. OR
3 Touch OK.
Go! Page Options
Touch an item in the search results list to view the Go! page. Touch Spell City. Enter the city using the keyboard, and touch Done. Select the city. 4 Enter the number of the address, and touch Done.
5 Enter the street name, and touch Done. 6 Select the correct street in the list, if necessary. 7 Touch the address, if necessary.
Touch to call this location, if a mobile
phone with Bluetooth wireless technology is connected. Touch to save this location to your Favorites. Touch to create a turn-by-turn route to this location. Touch to return to the previous page. Touch Press for more to view more information about the location.
Finding a Place by Spelling the Name
If you know the name of the location you are looking for, you can spell it using the on-screen keyboard. You can also enter letters contained in the name to narrow the search. 1 Touch Where To? > Points of Interest > Spell Name. 2 Using the on-screen keyboard, enter letters in the name. 3 Touch Done. English 11
Using the On-Screen Keyboard
When an on-screen keyboard appears, touch a letter or number to enter it.
Touch to add a space. and to move the cursor. Touch to delete the character, or touch and hold to Touch delete the entire entry. to select words you have recently typed and Touch selected. to change the keyboard language mode. Touch to enter special characters. Touch
Finding Places in a Different Area
You can search for locations in a different area, such as a different city or near your destination. 1 From the subcategories list, touch Near. 2 Select one of the search options.
Narrowing Your Search
To narrow your search, you can spell part of the name of the location you are searching for. 1 Touch Where To? > Near. 2 Touch A Different City. 3 Enter part of the name, and touch Done.
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You can save all of your favorite places in Favorites. You can also save your home location in Favorites.
Saving Places You Find
1 After you have found a place you want to save, touch Save on the Go! page.
Saving Your Current Location
1 Touch View Map. 2 Touch.
2 Touch OK. The place is saved in Favorites. 3 Touch Save Location to save your current location.
Setting a Home Location
You can set a Home Location for the place you return to most often. 1 Touch Where To? > Go Home. 2 Select an option.
Enter Addressenter an address for the location using the on-screen keyboard. Use my current locationsets your current location as your Home Location. Choose from Recently Foundselect a location from your recently found locations.
Deleting a Favorite
1 Touch Tools > My Data. 2 Touch Delete Selected Favorites. 3 Select the Favorite to delete. Touch Select All to delete all Favorites. 4 Touch Delete.
After you set your Home Location, touch Where To? > Go Home.
Finding Saved Places
1 Touch Where To?. 2 Touch Favorites. 3 Touch a category. Your saved locations are listed.
Editing Saved Places
1 Touch Where To? > Favorites. 2 Touch the location you want to edit. 3 Touch Edit. 4 Touch the item you want to edit.
Change Nameenter a new name for the location using the on-screen keyboard. Change Map Symboltouch a new symbol. Change Phone Numberenter a phone number, and touch Done. Change Categoriescreate or change the category in which this location is saved. Deletetouch Yes to remove this item from the Favorites list.
This section provides details about the Map Page, the Trip Computer, the Turn List, and the GPS Info Page.
Viewing the Map Page
Touch View Map to open the map. Touch an area of the map to see additional information, as shown below. The vehicle icon shows your current location.
The Trip Computer displays your current speed and provides helpful statistics about your trip. To view the Trip Computer, touch the Speed field on the Map page.
Resetting Trip Information If you want accurate trip information, reset the trip information before beginning a trip. Touch Reset to reset the information on the Trip Computer page.
Distance to the next turn. Touch to view
and hear next turn details.
While navigating a route, touch the text bar
to open the Turn List. See page 16.
to zoom in. to zoom out.
Touch to change the data field. Touch the Speed data field to open the Trip Computer. to view the Where Am I? page.
A speed limit icon may appear as you travel on major roadways. This icon displays the current speed limit of the roadway.
Turn List Page
When you are navigating a route, the Turn List page displays turn-by-turn instructions for your entire route and the distance between turns. Touch the text bar on the top of the Map page to view the Turn List page. Touch a turn on the list to view the Next Turn page for that turn. Touch Show Map to view the entire route on the map.
GPS Info Page
From the Menu page, touch in the upper left corner to view the GPS Info page.
Sky view Satellite signal-strength bars
The sky view shows the satellites you are receiving. The satellite signal-strength bars indicate the strength of each satellite you are receiving. A solid bar indicates that the GPS satellite is ready for use.
Next Turn Page
When you are navigating a route, the Next Turn page shows the turn on the map and the distance and time left before you reach the turn. To view an upcoming turn on the map, touch the upperleft corner of the Map page, or touch any turn on the Turn List page.
This section describes how to create and customize your routes.
Creating a New Custom Route
1 Touch Where To? (or Tools) > Routes > New. 2 Touch Add New Start Point. 3 Find a location for your starting point, and touch Select. 4 Touch Add New End Point.
Saving and Modifying the Active Route
1 Touch Where To? (or Tools) > Routes. 2 Touch Active Route. 3 Touch Add/Remove Points. 4 Add, remove, or reorder the points. 5 Touch Next.
5 Find a location for your ending point, and touch Select. 6 Touch + to add another location to your route. Touch to remove a location. 7 Touch Next to calculate your route and view it on the map. Touch Save to save your changes.
6 Touch Save.
Navigating a Saved Route
From the Main page, touch Where To? (or Tools) > Routes. Touch the route you want to navigate, then touch Go!.
Deleting All Saved Routes Editing Custom Routes
Touch Where To? (or Tools) > Routes. 1 Select the route you want to edit. 2 Touch Edit. 3 Touch the item to edit.
Change Nameenter a new name, and touch Done. Add/Remove Pointsadd or remove points from the route. Manually Reorder Pointschange the order of points along your route. Optimally Reorder Pointsautomatically order the points. Deleteremove this route.
Touch Tools > My Data > Delete Selected Route(s) > Select All > Delete.
Stopping Your Route
With a route active, touch Menu. Touch Stop.
Adding a Detour to a Route
If a road on your route is closed, you can take a detour. 1 With a route active, touch 2 Touch Detour. The navigation system attempts to get you back on your original route as quickly as possible. If the route you are currently taking is the only reasonable option, the navigation system might not calculate a detour.
Your changes are saved automatically when you exit any of the route edit pages.
Use the speech recognition feature to speak to your navigation system to find destinations, select options, and perform other functions.
1 Press the Talk button on the unit. 2 Wait for the green speak icon to appear in the upper right corner of the screen. 3 Speak a command.
The speech recognition feature does not work for all languages in all areas.
Shortcut Commands Cancel Route Detour Find Address Find City Find Favorite Find Place by Category Find Place by Name Find Recently Found Go Home
Help Main Menu Stop Listening Tools Menu Trip Computer View Map Where Am I? Where To?
Speech recognition uses four search methods:
Speak any text on the screen Speak shortcut commands Speak the name of a popular place Speak an address
You can also say Find Nearest to search a location category. Location categories are point of interest categories contained in the navigation system. The Find Nearest command only works from the Menu page, Where To? page, and Map page.
Find Nearest Shortcut Command
1 Press the Talk button on the unit. 2 Speak Find Nearest followed by a point of interest category, such as Italian Restaurant.
Speaking Text on the Screen
1 Speak any word on the screen. For example, from the Tools menu, you can speak Routes or Page Down. 2 Listen for the voice prompt before speaking your next command.
Speaking Shortcut Commands
1 Speak any shortcut command from the Shortcut Commands list. You can use shortcut commands from any screen. 2 Listen for the voice prompt before speaking your next command.
Speaking the Name of a Popular Place
1 Speak Find Place by Name from any screen.
4 Speak Yes to navigate to the place, or speak No to go back to the list of found places.
Yes Find Place by Name 2 Listen for the voice prompt, and speak the name of the place. The navigation system repeats the name of the place as it is searching.
Speaking an Address
1 Speak Find Address from any screen. 2 Respond to the prompts to speak or spell the city name, the house number, and the street. 3 Listen for the voice prompt, and speak the name of the place. The navigation system repeats the name of the place as it is searching.
Starbucks 3 A list of places appears. Speak the line number of the place you want. 4 A list of places appears. Speak the line number of the place you want. 5 Speak Yes to navigate to the place, or speak No to go back to the list of found places.
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Using the built-in FM traffic receiver, the navigation system can receive and use traffic information. When a traffic message is received, you can see the event on the map and change your route to avoid the traffic incident.
Understanding FM TMC Traffic
FM TMC traffic receivers receive traffic information that is broadcast over the FM Radio Data System. The FM TMC subscription activates automatically after your navigation system acquires satellite signals while receiving traffic signals from the service provider. You can add other FM TMC subscriptions at any time. Check the Garmin Web site at www.garmin.com/fmtraffic for other available services.
To manually avoid traffic on your route: 1 On the Map page, touch the traffic icon. 2 Touch Traffic On Route. 3 Touch the arrows to view other traffic delays on your route, if necessary. 4 Touch Avoid to avoid the traffic delay.
Traffic in Your Area
When you are receiving traffic information, a traffic icon appears in the upper-left corner of the Map page. The traffic icon changes color to indicate the severity of traffic conditions on your route or on the road you are currently travelling. Color Green Yellow Red Description Low severity Medium severity High severity Meaning Traffic is flowing normally. Traffic is slightly congested. Traffic is heavily congested or stopped.
Viewing the Traffic Map
The traffic map shows color-coded traffic flow and delays on nearby roads. 1 On the Map page, touch the traffic icon. 2 Touch Show Traffic Map to view the traffic incidents on a map.
To return to the normal map from the traffic map, touch the traffic icon, and then touch Show Normal Map.
Viewing Traffic Delays
1 On the Map page, touch the traffic icon. 2 Touch Traffic Search to view a list of traffic delays. 3 Touch an item in the list to view the delay on a map and details about the delay. If there is more than one delay, touch the arrows to view the additional delays.
Traffic on Your Route
When calculating your route, the navigation system examines the current traffic and automatically optimizes the route for the shortest time. If a severe traffic delay occurs on your route while you are navigating, the navigation system automatically recalculates the route. You might still be routed through traffic if no better alternative routes exist. If a non-severe traffic delay occurs on your route, the traffic icon shows how much time the delay has added to your route. This time is already included in your estimated arrival time. 20 GPS Navigation System Instruction Manual
This section describes how to customize the settings of your GPS navigation system.
Customizing the Navigation System
1 Touch Settings. 2 Touch the setting you want to change. 3 Touch the button below the setting name to change it.
Adjusting the Display Settings
Touch Settings > Display.
Color Modeselect Daytime for a light background, Nighttime for a dark background, or Auto to automatically switch between the two. Restorerestore the original display settings.
Updating the Time Settings
Touch Settings > Time.
Time Formatselect a 12-hour, 24-hour, or UTC time format. Current Timeselect Automatic to update the time automatically. When Automatic is not selected, you can adjust the time in 15-minute increments. Restorerestore the original time settings.
Changing the System Settings
Touch Settings > System.
GPS Simulatorenable the simulator to turn off the GPS mode and simulate navigation. Unitschange the units of measure. Keyboard Layoutselect keyboard layout. Aboutdisplay the software version number, the unit number, and the unit ID number. Restorerestore the original system settings.
Setting the Languages
Touch Settings > Language.
Voice Personalityselect a voice. Keyboardselect the keyboard for your language. You can also change the keyboard language mode from any keyboard by touching the Mode button. Restorerestore the original languages.
Changing the Map Settings
Touch Settings > Map.
Map Detailadjust the amount of detail shown on the map. More detail may cause the map to redraw slower. Map Viewselect a map perspective. Vehicletouch Change to change the icon used to display your position on the map. Touch the icon you want to use, and then touch OK. Download additional vehicle icons at www.garmingarage.com. Trip Logshow or hide the log of your travels. To clear your trip log, touch Tools > My Data > Clear Trip Log. Map Data Layoutchanges the layout of the main map. Map Infoview the maps loaded on your navigation system and their version. Touch a map to enable (check mark) or disable (no check mark) that map. Restorerestore the original map settings.
Touch Settings > Security.
Safe Modeturn on or off safe mode. When your vehicle is moving, safe mode disables all functions that require significant operator attention and could become a distraction while driving. Restorerestore the original security settings.
Changing the Navigation Settings
Touch Settings > Navigation.
Route Preferenceselect a preference for calculating your route. Avoidancesselect the road types you want to avoid or you would prefer to use on your routes. Restorerestore the original navigation settings.
This appendix provides additional information about your navigation system, such as how to update the software and map data.
Updating the Software
To update the navigation system software, you must have either a Secure Digital (SD) card, an SD card reader, and an Internet connection or a writable DVD, DVD drive, and an Internet connection.
2 After you receive your new map data SD card, insert the card into your unit to use the maps. The navigation system will automatically recognize and use the maps on the SD card.
The unit may restart when you insert an SD card.
The SD card update option is only available on the DNX9240BT.
Updating the Map Data with a DVD 1 Go to www.garmin.com/Kenwood. Select Order Map Updates, and then follow the Web site checkout procedure. 2 After you receive your new map data DVD, follow the instructions provided with the DVD to install the new map data in your unit.
To update the navigation software: 1 Go to www.garmin.com/Kenwood. Select Software Updates > Download. 2 Read and accept the terms of the Software License Agreement. 3 Follow the instructions on the Web site to complete the installation of the update software.
Updating the Map Data
The navigation system will provide periodic notification at startup when the preloaded maps are considered out of date. You can purchase an SD card or DVD of updated map data from Garmin, or ask your Kenwood dealer or Kenwood service center for details. Updating the Map Data with an SD Card (DNX9240BT) 1 Go to www.garmin.com/Kenwood. Select Order Map Updates, and then follow the Web site checkout procedure.
Custom POIs (Points of Interest)
You can manually load custom points of interest (POI) databases, available from various companies on the Internet. Some custom POI databases contain alert information for points such as safety cameras and school zones. The navigation system can notify you when you approach one of these points.
Garmin is not responsible for the consequences of using a custom POI database, or for the accuracy of the safety camera or other custom POI database. After downloading your POI database, use the Garmin POI Loader to install the POIs onto an SD card or a DVD. Then, you can use the SD card or DVD to load the POIs. The POI Loader is available at www.garmin.com/products/poiloader. Refer to the POI Loader Help file for more information; click Help to open the Help file.
The unit may restart when you insert an SD card. Each time you load custom POIs to the navigation system, any other custom POIs already saved in the system will be overwritten.
Finding Custom POIs To view a list of the custom POIs loaded in your navigation system, touch Where To? > Extras > Custom POIs. Deleting Custom POIs To delete all custom POIs from your navigation system, touch Tools > My Data > Custom POIs > Delete All. Touch Yes to confirm.
For the latest free software updates (excluding map data) throughout the life of your Garmin products, visit the Garmin Web site at www.garmin.com/Kenwood.
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How to display the Source Control screen
While watching the navigation screen
The screen will return to the navigation screen by touching the same part of the Source Control screen.
How to Display Top Menu Screen
Top Menu Screen is the entrance to all the functions. You can enter source operation screen as well as various setup menu from this screen.
Top Menu screen
How to display the Top Menu screen
Buttons on the Top Menu screen V ] Switches to the navigation screen. [NAV ] Switches to the source control screen [SRC of the selected source. [TEL ] Switches to the Hands Free Main screen. (page 44) [NAV SETUP] Displays Navigation SETUP screen. (Instruction manual of the Navigation part) (DNX models only) [SRC SETUP] Displays SETUP Menu screen. (page 58) [TEL SETUP] Displays the Hands Free Setup screen. (page 48) [ ] Displays Audio Control Menu screen. (page 53) [ ] Displays Source Select screen. [ ] Displays the EXT SW (External Switch) Control screen. (page 40) (DNX7240BT only) The buttons listed below are common for many screens. [MENU] Displays Top Menu screen. [ ] Opens the function bar. The buttons shown below appear. [ ] Displays the currently selected source screen. [ ] Displays Audio Control Menu screen. (page 53) [ ] Displays SETUP Menu screen. (page 58) [ ] Displays the EXT SW (External Switch) Control screen. (page 40) (DNX7240BT only) [ ] Closes the function bar.
Touch the [MENU] button on any screen.
The Top Menu Screen appears.
For DDX models Pressing the [TOP] button on the front panel also displays the Top Menu Screen.
Operation on the Playback Screen of Visual Sources
While watching visual sources, basic operation is possible by touching the screen. The screen has 4 function areas. The function of each area is different depending on the sources. (Some areas are unavailable for some sources.)
How to display the playback screen
Playback screen of a visual source
The Source Select screen appears. Touch the icon of the source.
The Playback screen of a visual source appears.
Basic operation of each area 1 Reverse search. 2 Displays Menu control screen (DVD-VIDEO, DVD-VR source), Picture control buttons (sources with picture files), or Zoom control buttons (Video CD). Switches TV band. 3 Forward search. 4 Displays/ Clears Source Information Screen.*
For the function of each touching area, see the pages of each source.
* Source information screen
The information display is cleared automatically after approximately 5 seconds.
How to Display the Easy Control Screen
Basic operation buttons of the selected source can be displayed on the playback screen of visual sources so that you can control the source without switching the screen.
Easy Control Screen
Buttons on the Easy Control Screen  Changes the function as follows by touching the  button. [SCRN] Displays Screen Control screen (page 42). [TEL] Switches to the Hands Free Main screen (page 44). [EXT SW] Switches to the EXT SW Control screen (page 40). (DNX7240BT only) , , ,  Buttons for source control. The buttons are different depending on the source. See the operation pages of each source. While watching the visual source
 Plays or pauses.  Stops playing. When touched twice, the disc is played from its beginning when you play it in the next time.  Ejects a disc. ,  Fast Forwards or Fast Backwards. ,  DVD-VIDEO Searches for a chapter. DVD-VR Searches for a chapter. Video CD Selects a scene (when PBC is On) or a track (when PBC is Off ). [ ], [ ] DVD-VIDEO , DVD-VR Slow Forwards or Backwards. [ ] Switches to the playback screen. 1 Information display Title display. "Title" Title Number Display "Chap" Chapter Number Display "Scene" Scene/Track Number Display "3" Play Mode Display "T"/ "C"/ "R"/ "P" Play Time Display Use the [TIME] to change play time display. [ ] When is appeared, the text display is scrolled by touching it.
DVD-VIDEO Disc Menu
Selects an option from the DVD-VIDEO Disc Menu. 1 Display the Playback Screen See <Operation on the Playback Screen of Visual Sources> (page 16). 2 Display the Menu Control 1 screen
Touching the central part of the monitor also turns on the Highlight Control. To cancel Highlight Control, press the [TEL] button for more than 1 second. The Highlight Control is cleared automatically after approximately 10 seconds.
5 Operation on the Menu Control 2 screen 3 Operation on the Menu Control 1 screen
[Menu] Calls the Menu. [Next] Displays the Menu Control 2 screen. , , ,  Selects a menu option. [Enter] Enters your menu selection. [Return] Returns to the previous menu screen. [Top] Displays the Top Menu. [Highlight] Highlight Control. [Exit] Exits the Menu Control 1 screen. 4 Operation on the Highlight Control Highlight control lets you control DVD Menu by touching the menu button directly on the screen.
[Previous] Displays the Menu Control 1 screen. [Angle] Switches the picture angle. [SUB] Switches the subtitle language. [Audio] Switches the voice language. [Zoom] Displays the Zoom Control screen. [Exit] Exits the Menu Control 2 screen. 6 Operation on the Zoom Control screen
[Zoom] Changes the zoom ratio at 4 levels (2 times, 3 times, 4 times, or off ) each time you touch. 20 DNX7240BT/DDX6054
, , ,  Scrolls the screen in the direction you touch. [Return] Returns to the previous screen. [Exit] Exits the Zoom Control screen.
DVD-VR Menu Control
Selects an option from the DVD-VR Disc Menu. 1 Display the playback screen See <Operation on the Playback Screen of Visual Sources> (page 16). 2 Display the Menu Control screen
[Zoom] Changes the zoom ratio at 4 levels (2 times, 3 times, 4 times, or off ) each time you touch. , , ,  Scrolls the screen in the direction you touch. [Return] Returns to the previous screen. [Exit] Exits the Zoom Control screen.
Switches to the source control screen to use various playback functions. 1 Display the Source Control Screen See <How to Display the Source Control Screen> (page 14). 2 Operation on the Source Control Screen
[ARDM] Starts or stops Album Random Play (plays randomly from current album).* [INFO] Displays information screen of music/ video being played. [LINK] MUSIC Searches for another song of the currently selected artist. See <Link Search> (page 30).*
* Disabled when VIDEO is being played.
Lists and searches music/video contained in the iPod. 1 Display the Source Control Screen  Plays or pauses. ,  Fast Forwards or Fast Backwards. ,  Selects Music/Video. [List] Displays the iPod list. (page 29) [ ] Switches to the playback screen. 1 Information display Selects the Title, Artist Name, Album Name or iPod Name. "##### / #####" Total number of music in the iPod and the music number display "3" Play Mode Display "P" Play Time Display [ ] When is appeared, the text display is scrolled by touching it. Multi Function See <Source Control Screen> (page 29). 2 Display the iPod List
3 Select music/video
[1/2] Switches the multi function display. [ ] Closes the multi function bar. [MUSIC] Displays the list of music category. [VIDEO] Displays the list of video category. [REP] Repeats the present file or data. [RDM] Starts or stops Random play.*
1 Categories and music are listed. Touch a category name to move its lower level. If music title is displayed, the music is played by touching it. When  is appeared, all the music in its category is played by touching the button. [ ] When is appeared, the text display is scrolled by touching it. [ UP] Returns to previous category. [ TOP] Moves to the top category. [ CUR] Displays the currently playing category. [CTRL] Returns to the Source Control screen.
iPod Control Scrolls to the position of the specified initial
Link search (Music file)
Searches for another song of the currently selected artist. 1 Display the Source Control Screen See <Source Control Screen> (page 29). 2 Start Link search
Scrolls to the selected initial. 3 Select a song
Various control screens appear in the Tuner Source mode.
Set the remote controller mode switch to "AUD" mode before starting operation, see <Remote Controller mode switch> (page 79).
Switches to the source control screen to use various functions. 1 Display the Source Control Screen See <How to Display the Source Control Screen> (page 14). 2 Operation on the Source Control screen
[FM] Switches to the FM1/2/3 band. [AM] Switches to the AM band. [TI] Turns the Traffic Information function On or Off. See <Traffic Information>, (page 34). ,  Tunes in a station. Use the [SEEK] to change the frequency switching. [List] Display the Tuner Preset List Screen. (page 32). 1 Information display Selects the Program Service Name, Title & Artist name, Radio Text Plus, or Radio Text. "FM"/ "AM" Band display "Preset" Preset number "MHz"/ "kHz" Frequency display [ ] When is appeared, the text display is scrolled by touching it.
[1/3] Switches the multi function display. [ ] Closes the multi function bar. [SEEK] Switches the Seek mode. The mode is switched in the following order each time you touch the button. Display Setting "AUTO1" Tunes in a station with good reception automatically. "AUTO2" Tunes in stations in memory one after another. "MANU" Switches to the next frequency manually. [AME] Selects the Auto Memory mode. See <Auto Memory> (page 32). [PRE] Lists and selects memorized station. [4Line]/ [2Line] Switches the number of lines displayed in the Information Display. [PTY] FM Searches station by program type. See <Search for Program Type> (page 34). [MONO] FM Select the Monaural reception. [P1] [P6] When [P1] to [P6] buttons appear, you can recall the stations on memory. For memory of broadcasting stations, see <Auto Memory> (page 32) or <Manual Memory> (page 33). [LO.S] Turns the Local Seek function ON or Off. [TEXT] FM Displays Radio Text screen. See <Radio Text> (page 33).
Controlling the external device power supply. 1 Display the Source Select Screen See <How to Select the Source> (page 12). 2 Display the EXT SW Control screen
1 Enters characters. ,  Shifts the cursor. ,  Scrolls up or down the character button display. [QWE]/ [ABC] Sets the key layout of the character buttons. ABC : Alphabetical key layout. QWE : Qwerty key layout. [Clear] Clears the character. If you erase a character, locate the cursor on it and touch this button. [Space] Enters a space.
3 Control the external device power supply
You can enter characters only after you have applied the parking brake.
You can turn on or off the external device power supply.
You must connect a commercially available relay unit in order to use this function. Connect the external device to be controlled to that relay unit. Refer to <EXT SW Setup> (page 63) for information on setting the power on or off specification.
Muting Audio Volume upon Reception of Phone Call
When the telephone is called. The Phone Call ("CALL") screen appears, and system is paused. Phone Call ("CALL") screen
When the call ends. Hang up the phone. The system resumes playing automatically.
To use the TEL Mute feature, you need to hook up the MUTE wire to your telephone using a commercial telephone accessory. Refer to <INSTALLATION MANUAL>. Playback of the source output at the AV OUTPUT port may not be paused even a call comes in.
Setting the monitor screen.
1 Display the Easy Control Screen See <How to Display the Easy Control Screen> (page 17). 2 Display the Screen Control screen
"NAV-SYNC": Turning the Dimmer function On or Off according to the Navigation Day/Night display setting. [Mode] Selects a screen mode. You can select any of the following screen mode. "Full", "Just", "Zoom", "Normal"
The Screen Control screen is displayed only when you have applied the parking brake. The picture quality can be set for each source. You can set image quality of screens such as menu from <Screen Adjustment> (page 67).
3 Adjust the picture quality
Full picture mode ("Full")
Justify picture mode ("Just") [Bright] Brightness Control [Tint] Tint Control Displayed for an NTSC system image on Video, iPod, TV or Rear View Camera. [Color] Color Control Displayed on Video, iPod, TV or Rear View Camera screen only. [Contrast] Contrast Control [Black] Black Level Adjustment [Sharpness] Sharpness control Displayed on Video, iPod, USB or Rear View Camera screen only. [Dimmer] Dimmer Mode Setup "ON": The display dims. "OFF": The display doesnt dim. "SYNC": Turning the Dimmer function On or Off when the vehicle light control switch is turned On or Off.
Calling by Phonebook
You can call a person using his/her phone number that you have registered in the Phonebook. 1 Display the Hands-Free Control screen See <Making a call> (page 44). 2 Display the Phonebook screen
3 Select the name to call
1 Phonebook data list. 2 Displays the Phonebook beginning with the name whose first character you have touched. [ ] When is appeared, the text display is scrolled by touching it.
Calling by Entering a Phone Number
Makes a call by entering a phone number. 1 Display the Hands-Free Control screen See <Making a call> (page 44). 2 Display the number input screen
3 Select from calls list Example : Outgoing Calls screen
3 Enter a phone number
Calls the selected phone number. 4 Make a call
1 Calls the entered phone number. [Clear] Clears the number. 4 Make a call
The Outgoing Calls list screen, Incoming Calls list, or Missed Calls list screen shows the list of the calls originated from or received at this unit. They are not the ones stored in the cell-phone memory.
Calling by Voice Recognition
Calls by recognizing the registered voice. You can start talking when the destination responds.
In order to perform voice recognition, voice must be registered in the Phonebook data. See <Voice Registration> (page 49). Or, to perform voice recognition by Phone number category (Home, Office, Mobile etc.) of Phonebook data, a key word voice must be registered. See <Key Word Voice Registration> (page 49).
You can input up to 32 digits.
Making a Call Using Call Records
Calls by selecting a phone number from the outgoing, incoming, or missed calls list. 1 Display the Hands-Free Control screen See <Making a call> (page 44). 2 Display the Outgoing Calls, Incoming Calls, or Missed Calls screen
1 Display the Hands-Free Control screen See <Making a call> (page 44). 2 Display the Voice Recognition screen
3 Utter the voice registered in the Phonebook
When a beep is heard, utter the name within 2 seconds. When a beep is heard, utter the category within 2 seconds. If there are more than one phone numbers registered under the same name, go to step 4. 4 Select a Phone number category
You can setup user interface parameters. 1 Display the User Interface screen ] > [System] > [User Touch [ ] > [ Interface]. (page 58) 2 Set each item
You can select the display language for the control screen and audio file tags. 1 Display the User Interface screen Touch [ ] > [ ] > [System] > [User Interface]. (page 58) 2 Display the Language Setting screen
3 Select a language
[Beep] Turns the key touch tone On or Off. ( "ON") [Remote Sensor] Selects a remote control signal. ( "ON") When turned "OFF", the remote control of TV reception is rejected. [Language] Select the language used for the control screen and setting items. (page 60) [Scroll] Allows scrolling of text display on the Source Control screen. ( "Manual") "Auto": Scrolls the screen automatically. "Manual": Allows you to scroll the screen manually. [Marker] Sets whether to display the target when touching the panel. [Drawer Close] Sets whether to close the function bar automatically. ( "Auto") [AUD Key Longer than 1 Second] Sets the function of the [AUD] button. (page 10) "V.OFF" : Press the [AUD] button for more than 1 second to turn the display off. "R-CAM" : Press the [AUD] button for more than 1 second to switch to rear view.
[Select Mode] Selects the mode to select a language. ( "Easy") (DNX7240BT only) Touching [Advanced] allows you to select languages for respective items. [Language Select] Selects a language. ( "American English") [Enter] Determines the selected language. [Cancel] Cancels the selected language. Advanced mode (DNX7240BT only)
[GUI Language Select] Selects the display language used for the control screen and so forth. ( "American English") [Navigation Language Select] Selects the language used for navigation. ( "American English")
Touch Panel Adjustment
You can adjust the touch panel operations. 1 Display the Touch panel Adjustment screen Touch [ ] > [ (page 58) ] > [System] > [Touch].
1 Sets the Monitor angle. [Memory] Stores the current monitor angle as the angle during power off.
[SW Name] Sets the name of the external device. See <Character Entry> (page 40) for information on how to enter the name. [Output Pattern] Sets the power signal output mode. ( EXT SW1: Pulse, EXT SW2: Level) "Pulse": Generates a single power signal pulse. "Level": Continues output of high power signal. Sets to turn output on/off each time the button on the EXT SW Control screen is touched. [Pulse Set] Sets the Pulse signal output time. Outputs 500ms when "1" is set. Increases by 200ms with each step. Up to 100 steps can be set.
Audio Control, AV-IN SETUP, AV Interface, Navigation, and Audio SETUP settings can be memorized. The memorized settings can be recalled at any time. For example, even when the settings are cleared due to replacement of the battery, the settings can be restored. 1 Display the SETUP Memory screen Touch [ ] > [ ] > [System] > [SETUP Memory]. (page 58) 2 Start Setup Memory
4 Memorize or recall the settings When memorizing the Audio Setup and AV Interface settings:
If settings have already been memorized, a confirmation message appears. Touch [Yes]. To cancel memorization, touch [No]. When recalling the memorized settings:
Touching the screen displays a confirmation message. Touch [Yes]. To cancel recalling, touch [No]. When clearing the currently memorized settings:
[Lock] Locks the AV-IN SETUP, Navigation, and Audio SETUP settings. When [Lock] is selected, you cannot change the AV-IN SETUP, Navigation, and Audio SETUP settings. [Yes] Memorizes or recalls the settings. The SETUP Menu screen appears again. [No] To cancel the function, touch [No]. To cancel memorization, touch [No]. The SETUP Menu screen appears again. 3 Select a desired function
Touching the screen displays a confirmation message. Touch [Yes]. To cancel clearing, touch [No]. 5 Quit memorization/recalling of settings
[Recall] Recalls the memorized settings. [Memory] Memorizes the current Audio Setup and AV Interface settings. [Clear] Clears the currently memorized settings.
Select "NONE" if you have no speakers.
Crossover Network Setup You can set a crossover frequency of speakers. 1 Select the speaker to set the crossover
1 Front speaker 2 Rear speaker 3 Subwoofer
[Subwoofer] Sets the availability of subwoofers. (DDX6054 only) [Tweeter] You can set the tweeter when you are selecting front speakers. (DNX7240BT only) If you are using a tweeter together with the front speakers, set the tweeter to "ON". In the "ON" position, the Equalizer is adjusted to its best position. [X'over] Displays the Speaker Crossover Setup screen. You can adjust the crossover setup that was set automatically when you selected the speaker type.
1 Sets the High Pass Filter of the front speaker. 2 Sets the High Pass Filter of the rear speaker. 3 Sets the Low Pass Filter of the sub woofer. 2 Display the Crossover setup screen
3 Set the crossover
[Phase] Sets the phase of subwoofer output. The phase is reversed 180 degrees when set to "Reverse". Sets the sub woofer phase. (DNX7240BT: Only when "Subwoofer" is set to "ON" in Audio Setup) (DDX6054: Only when "Subwoofer" is set to "ON" in Audio Setup and "LPF FREQ" is set to other than "Through") [HPF FREQ] High Pass Filter adjustment. (When front speaker or rear speaker is selected on Speaker Select screen) [LPF FREQ] Low Pass Filter adjustment. (When Subwoofer is selected on Speaker Select screen) [Slope] Sets a crossover slope. (DNX7240BT only)
Speaker Location setup 1 Display the Speaker Location Setup screen
2 Set the speaker locations
Car Type (DTA) Setup (DNX7240BT)
You can setup the car type and speaker network, etc. 1 Display the Car Type Setup screen Touch [ ] > [ Type]. (page 58) 2 Setup the Car Type If your car type is selected, the Digital Time Alignment and Equalizer is set automatically (for timing adjustment of sound output for each channel) to have the highest surround effects.
[Front Speaker] Sets the location of the front speaker. "Door", "On Dash", "Under Dash" [Rear Speaker] Sets the location of the rear speaker. "Door", "Rear Deck" "2nd Row", "3rd Row" (Minivan, Passenger van) Car Type Adjust You can manually set the sound output timing of each channel. 1 Display the Car Type Adjust screen
? Radio reception is poor.
The car antenna is not extended. Pull the antenna out all the way. The antenna control wire is not connected. Connect the wire correctly, referring to the
! Cannot select the output destination of the
section on <INSTALLATION MANUAL>.
! Cannot play audio files.
"CD Read" of <Disc Setup> (page 76) is set to
? The specified disc does not play, but another
one plays instead.
The specified CD is quite dirty. Clean the CD. The disc is severely scratched. Try another disc instead.
! Cannot Folder select.
The Random play function is enabled.
! Cannot perform Repeat play.
The PBC function is enabled.
Audio file source
? The sound skips when an Audio file is being
The media is scratched or dirty. Clean the media, referring to the CD
! Cannot set up the equalizer.
Cannot set up the crossover network.
The Dual zone function is enabled. <Zone Control> (page 55) The DSP Select is Bypass. <DSP Bypass Control> (page 71) The equalizer is set to "iPod". <Equalizer
cleaning of the section on <Handling discs> (page 6).
The recording condition is bad. Record the media again or use another
Control> (page 54) The unit is set to STANDBY source.
When the unit fails to operate correctly, the cause of the failure appears on the display.
"Protect" : Protective circuit has been activated because a speaker cord has shorted or it has come in contact with the car chassis. "Disconnected" (iPod, Bluetooth audio player): The iPod/Bluetooth audio player is selected as a source although no iPod/Bluetooth audio player is connected.
Wire or insulate the speaker cord as appropriate and then push the Reset button.
"Hot Error" : When the internal temperature of this unit rises to 60C or more, the protection circuit is activated and you may not be able to operate the unit. At such times this message will appear.
Change the source to any source other than iPod/Bluetooth. Connect an iPod/Bluetooth audio player, and change the source to iPod/ Bluetooth again.
"No Media File" : The connected USB device contains no playable audio file. Media was played that doesnt have data recorded that the unit can play. "USB Device Error!!" : The connected USB device is rated a current capacity higher than the allowable limit.
Use the unit again after reducing the temperature inside the vehicle.
"Mecha Error" : The disc player is malfunctioning.
Check the USB device.
Some trouble may have occurred to the connected USB device.
Eject the disc and try inserting it again. Contact the Kenwood dealer if this indicator continues blinking or the disc cannot be ejected.
"Disc Error" : Disc is quite dirty.
Change the source to any source other than USB. Remove the USB device.
"Not supported USB1.1 device.": The connected USB device is compliant with USB 1.1 standard. This unit only supports the USB device compliant with USB 2.0 standard.
Clean the disc, referring tot he section on <Handling discs> (page 6).
Disc is upside down.
Use a USB device which this unit supports.
"Authorization Error" : Connection to the iPod has failed.
Load the disc with the labeled side up.
An unplayable disc is inserted. "Region Code Error" : The disc you wanted to play has a region code that cannot be played with this unit. "Parental Level Error" : The disc you wanted to play has a higher level than the parental level you set. "No Device" (USB device): The USB device is selected as a source although no USB device is connected.
Remove the iPod and then reconnect it.
The unit does not support the iPod.
Refer to <iPod/iPhone that can be connected to this unit> (page 8).
"Update your iPod" : The iPod's software is an older version which the unit can not support.
Confirm that the software for the iPod is the latest version. Refer to <iPod/iPhone that can be connected to this unit> (page 8).
"Navigation Error. Please turn on power again later." : The communication error has occurred due to severely cold temperature.
Change the source to any source other than USB. Connect an USB device, and change the source to USB again.
Turn on power again after warming your car interior.
Picture Size : 6.95 inches (diagonal) wide : 156.2 mm (W) x 82.4 mm (H) Display System : Transparent TN LCD panel Drive System : TFT active matrix system Number of Pixels : 336,960 (480H x 234V x RGB) Effective Pixels : 99.99 % Pixel Arrangement : RGB striped arrangement Back Lighting : Cold Cathode Fluorescent Tube
USB interface section
USB Standard : USB 2.0 High speed File System : FAT 16/ 32 Maximum Power Supply Current : 500 mA D/A Converter : 24 Bit Video Decoder : MPEG1/ MPEG2/ DivX Audio Decoder : MP3/ WMA/ AAC/ WAV (Linear PCM)
MW tuner section
Frequency Range (9 kHz) : 531 kHz 1611 kHz Usable Sensitivity : 25 V
Color System of External Video Input : NTSC, PAL External Video Input Level (mini jack) : 1 Vp-p/ 75 External Audio Max Input Level (mini jack) : 2 V/ 25 k Video Output Level (RCA jacks) : 1 Vp-p/ 75 Audio Output Level (RCA jacks) : 1.2 V/ 10 k Analog RGB input (DDX6054 only) : 0.7 Vp-p/ 75
Navigation section (DNX7240BT only)
Receiver : High-sensitivity GPS receiver Reception Frequency : 1575.42 MHz (C/A code) Acquisition Times Cold : < 38 seconds Factory Reset : < 45 seconds (On average for a stationary receiver with a clear view of the sky) Accuracy Position : < 10 meters typical Velocity : 0.05 m/sec. RMS Position Method : GPS Antenna : External GPS antenna
Maximum Power Supply Current : 500 mA
Operating voltage : 14.4 V (10.V allowable) Maximum Current Consumption : 15 A Installation Dimensions (W H D) : 163 mm Operational Temperature Range : -10 C +60 C Storage Temperature Range : -20 C +85 C Weight DNX7240BT : 2.5 kg DDX6054 : 2.45 kg
Specifications subject to change without notice. Although the effective pixels for the liquid crystal panel is given as 99.99% or more, 0.01% of pixels may not light or may light incorrectly.
The marking of products using lasers (Except for some areas)
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
The label is attached to the chassis/case and says that the component uses laser beams that have been classified as Class 1. It means that the unit is utilizing laser beams that are of a weaker class. There is no danger of hazardous radiation outside the unit.
Information on Disposal of Old Electrical and Electronic Equipment and Batteries (applicable for EU countries that have adopted separate waste collection systems)
Products and batteries with the symbol (crossed-out wheeled bin) cannot be disposed as household waste. Old electrical and electronic equipment and batteries should be recycled at a facility capable of handling these items and their waste byproducts. Contact your local authority for details in locating a recycle facility nearest to you. Proper recycling and waste disposal will help conserve resources whilst preventing detrimental effects on our health and the environment. Notice: The sign Pb below the symbol for batteries indicates that this battery contains lead. 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.
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Declaration of Conformity with regard to the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC Declaration of Conformity with regard to the R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC
Manufacturer: Kenwood Corporation 2967-3 Ishikawa-machi, Hachioji-shi, Tokyo, 192-8525 Japan EU Representative's: Kenwood Electronics Europe BV Amsterdamseweg 37, 1422 AC UITHOORN, The Netherlands English
Hereby, Kenwood declares that this unit DNX7240BT is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
Hrmed intygar Kenwood att denna DNX7240BT str l verensstmelse med de vsentliga egenskapskrav och vriga relevanta bestmmelser som framgr av direktiv 1999/5/EG.
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