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When you turn on the car heater in cold weather, dew or condensation may form on the lens in the CD player of the unit. Called lens fogging, this condensation on the lens may not allow CDs to play. In such a situation, remove the disc and wait for the condensation to evaporate. If the unit still does not operate normally after a while, consult your Kenwood dealer.
. This unit may not correctly play discs which do not have the mark. You cannot play a CD-R or CD-RW that has not been finalized. (For the finalization process refer to your CD-R/CD-RW writing software, and your CD-R/CDRW recorder instruction manual.)
Release [ ] [SRC] Microphone
[ ] [AUD] [AUTO]
[FNC] Control knob
Power/Source Select button: [SRC] Turns on the power. When the power is ON, select a source. SRC Select mode 1: Press the [SRC] button and then turn the Control knob or push it toward up or down. To determine the selected source, press the Control knob. SRC Select mode 2: Pressing this button each time switches between sources. Tuner (TUNER or HD Radio) , USB or iPod (USB or iPod), CD (CD) , Auxiliary input (AUX), and Standby (STANDBY) Press at least 1 second to turn off the power.
Auxiliary input Connect a portable audio device with mini-plug cable (3.5 ).
Use the mini-plug cable which is stereo type and does not have any resistance. The auxiliary input requires the setting made in MENU > AUX of <Function Control> (page 6).
Text/Title scroll: Control knob Scrolls the CD and audio file text display when pushing toward up for at least 2 seconds. Muting volume upon reception of phone call When there is a call, CALL is displayed and the audio system is paused. When the call ends, CALL disappears and the audio system comes back on. The audio system comes back on when [SRC] is pressed during a call.
The SRC Select mode can be set in MENU > SRC Select of <Function Control> (page 6). Auxiliary input source is initially set to OFF. Set Built in AUX described in <Function Control> (page 6) to ON. : Select MENU > Built in AUX When an optional accessory is connected, the source name for each device appears. When connection of the iPod is recognized, the source display changes from USB to iPod. USB (iPod) source is recognized as CD source on the connected unit.
1 Select the AUX source
Press the [SRC] button.
2 Enter Auxiliary input display setting mode
Select MENU > Name Set. For how to select Function Control item, refer to <Function Control> (page 6).
2 Select the place where you want to set the
Illumination Color Place All Display Right Left Display All Display Right Left
3 Enter Auxiliary input display setting mode
Press the Control knob for at least 1 second. The presently selected Auxiliary input display is displayed.
4 Select the Auxiliary input display
Turn the Control knob. AUX/ DVD/ PORTABLE/ GAME/ VIDEO/ TV
Turn the Control knob and push the center when the desired item is displayed.
3 Select the Illumination Color
Turn the Control knob and push the center when the desired item is displayed. Select the color from Variable Scan/ Color1 Color 10/ User. Creating User color You can create your original color during the selection from Color1 Color10. The color you created can be called when you select User. 1. Press the Control knob for at least 1 second. Enter the detail color adjustment mode. 2. Set the color. Operation type Operation To select the color to adjust. Push the Control knob towards right (red, green, or blue) or left. To adjust color. Turn the Control knob or push it (Range: 0 9) towards up or down. 3. Press the Control knob. Exit the detail color adjustment mode.
5 Exit Auxiliary input display setting mode
When operation stops for 10 seconds, the name at that time is registered, and the Auxiliary input display setting mode closes. The Auxiliary input display can be set only when the built-in auxiliary input or the auxiliary input of optional KCA-S220A is used. On the KCA-S220A, AUX EXT is displayed by default. AUX source is initially set to OFF. Before display setting, set Built in AUX described in <Function Control> (page 6) to ON. : Select MENU > Built in AUX
4 Exit Illumination color selection mode
Function of Audio file/ Internal CD source Function of iPod
Selecting the music you want to listen to from the device or media being played now.
Music Search for iPod
All songs in iPod are played at random. Enter All random mode Select ALL RANDOM. For how to select Function Control items, refer to <Function Control> (page 6).
2 Start the alphabet search
Push the Control knob towards down. A B C is displayed.
If you can not search for a song by an alphabetic character in the browse item selected now, the data on the screen does not change.
The time required to turn on the all random function may become longer depending on the number of songs in iPod or the folder structure. Turning on the all random function changes the iPod browse item to Songs. This browse item will not change even if the all random function is turned off.
3 Select the initial to be searched for
Operation type Move to the next character. Move to the next row. Operation Turn the Control knob or push it towards right or left. Push the Control knob towards up or down.
Function of iPod
iPod Control by Hand Mode
Allows you to operate iPod with the control on the iPod. Enter iPod Control by Hand Mode Select iPod BY HAND. For how to select Function Control items, refer to <Function Control> (page 6).
4 Determine the selected initial
Press the Control knob. Start search. When search is completed, the music search mode is selected again at the selected character position.
Cancelling the alphabet search Press the [ ] button.
The time of search by alphabet may become long depending on the number of songs in iPod or the folder structure. When selecting an initial in the alphabet search, entering * searches symbols and entering 1 searches digits. If the first character string begins with an article a, an, or the in the alphabet search mode, it is searched for in defiance of the article.
iPod will be paused when Hand mode is turned ON during playback. In the iPod Control by hand mode, iPod cannot be operated using this unit. This mode is not compatible with music information display. The display will show iPod by Hand Mode. iPod can be operated when it conforms to the iPod control function.
Function of remote control
Direct Music Search
Searchs the music by entering the track number.
Basic Operation of Disc Changer (Optional)
Selecting CD changer source Press the [SRC] button. Select the CD CHANGER display. Music search Push the Control knob towards right or left. Disc Search Push the Control knob towards up or down.
1 Enter the music number
Press the number buttons on the remote control.
2 Search the music
Press the  or  button.
Cancelling Direct Music Search Press the  button.
PTY (Program Type)
Selecting the Program Type below and searching for a station; Program Type Speech Music News Information Sports Talk Rock Classic Rock Adult Hits Soft Rock Top 40 Country Oldies Soft Nostalgia Display Speech Music News Inform Sports Talk Rock ClsRock AdltHit Soft Rck Top 40 Country Oldies Soft Nostalga Program Type Jazz Classical R&B Soft R & B Language Religious Music Religious Talk Personality Public College Weather Display Jazz Classicl R&B SoftR&B Language RelMusc RelTalk Persnlty Public College Weather
Program Type Preset
Putting the Program Type in the Preset button memory and quick recall.
Presetting the Program Type
1 Select the Program Type to preset
Refer to <PTY (Program Type)> (page 17).
2 Enter Program Type Preset mode
Press the Control knob for at least 1 second.
Recalling the preset Program Type
1 Enter PTY mode
Speech and Music include the Program type shown below. Music: Black character item. Speech: White character item.
3 Select a desired Program Type in the memory
1 Select PTY mode
Select PTY SEARCH. For how to select Function Control items, refer to <Function Control> (page 6).
4 Recall the Program Type
2 Select the Program Type
Registration of a Station as a PTY
Registering a Program Type for stations with no PTY data.
3 Search for the selected Program Type station
4 Exit PTY mode
This function cannot be used during a traffic bulletin or AM reception. When the selected Program Type is not found, No PTY is displayed. Select another Program Type.
1 Receive the station you want to register 2 Select the Program Type to register
3 Register the Program Type
Press the [FNC] button for at least 2 seconds.
Confirming the Program Type Press the [FNC] button. The Program Type is displayed for 3 seconds.
Function of KDC-HD942U KDC-X993/ KDC-X693/ KDC-MP642U with KTC-HR300 (Optional Accessory)
HD Radio Tagging (iTunes Tagging)
Using an iTunes Tagging enabled HD Radio you can tag your music. When you hear a song you enjoy on your local HD Radio station, you only have to press the Control knob. The songs information will then be saved on this unit. The saved songs will then show up in a playlist called Tagged in iTunes the very next time you sync your iPod to your computer. So then you just need to click and then easily buy and download the song you were tagging directly from the Apple iTunes Music Store.
2 Select Tuning item
Press the [DIRECT] button on the remote control. Pressing the [DIRECT] button each time switches the following tuning items as follows. Tuning item Frequency Channel Cancelling Direct Access Tuning Display CH
Activating Security Code Deactivating Security Code
To deactivate the Security Code function.
You can set the Security Code with a 4 digit number of your choice. The Security Code cannot be displayed or referenced. Make a note of the Security Code and treasure it up.
1 Select Security code mode
Select MENU > Security Clear For how to select Function Control items, refer to <Function Control> (page 6).
Select MENU > Security Set For how to select Function Control item, refer to <Function Control> (page 6).
2 Enter Security Code mode
Press the Control knob for at least 1 second. When Enter is displayed,  is also displayed.
3 Enter Security Code
Operation type Select the digits to enter Select the Security Code numbers Operation Push the Control knob towards right or left. Turn the Control knob or push it towards up or down.
4 Press the Control knob for at least 3 seconds.
Clear is displayed. The Security Code function deactivates.
4 Confirm the Security Code
Press the Control knob for at least 3 seconds. When Re-Enter is displayed,  is also displayed.
5 Exit Security Code mode
5 Do the step 3 through 4 operation, and reenter
the Security Code. Approved is displayed. The Security Code function activates.
If you enter the wrong Code in steps 3 through 4, repeat from step 3.
6 Exit Security Code mode
Entering Security Code The Security Code is required to use the audio unit when the unit is first used after removed from the battery power source or the Reset button is pressed.
1 Turn the power ON. 2 Do the step 3 through 4 operation, and enter
the Security Code. Approved is displayed. Now, you can use the unit.
Manual Clock Adjustment 1 Select Clock adjustment mode
Select MENU > Clock Adjust. For how to select Function Control items, refer to <Function Control> (page 6).
Date Format Selection 1 Select Date format mode
Select MENU > Date Mode. For how to select Function Control items, refer to <Function Control> (page 6).
2 Enter Clock adjustment mode
Press the Control knob for at least 1 second. The clock display blinks.
2 Enter Date format mode
Press the Control knob for at least 1 second. The date is displayed.
3 Adjusting Clock
Operation type Selecting the item (hours or minutes) Adjust each item Operation Push the Control knob towards right or left. Turn the Control knob or push it towards up or down.
3 Adjusting Date
Turn the Control knob. Select from 7 types.
4 Exit Date format mode
4 Exit Clock adjustment mode
You can do this adjustment when MENU > SYNC in <Function Control> (page 6) is set to OFF.
Function of KDC-X993/ KDC-X693 When LX AMP unit connecting
You can control the LX AMP connected to the unit.
Setting speaker Front speaker Rear speaker Subwoofer Display Front Rear" Subwoofer"
Item Front >FC >SLOPE Rear" >FC >SLOPE Subwoofer" >FC >SLOPE >PHASE Setting overview Front High Pass Filter Front High Pass Slope Rear High Pass Filter Rear High Pass Slope Subwoofer Low Pass Filter Subwoofer Slope Subwoofer Phase
4 Set the XOver value
5 Repeat steps 2 to 4 to complete the XOver
6 Exit XOver setting mode
Preset Equalizer curve select
You can select following Equalizer curve; Equalizer curve Natural User* Rock Pops Easy Top 40 Jazz Game iPod (During iPod source only) Display Natural User Rock Pops Easy Top 40 Jazz Game iPod
Manual Equalizer Control
You can adjust following Equalizer Control items;
KDC-X993/ KDC-X693 Adjustment Item Display Range BAND1 62.5 Hz Band 1 BANDHz Band 2 BANDkHz Band 3 BANDkHz Band 4 BANDkHz Band 5 Band level GAIN -9 +9 dB Bass Effect* EFCT ON/ OFF
*Can be only set for BAND1.
* The Equalizer curve set in the section <Manual Equalizer Control> is recalled.
1 Enter Preset Equalizer mode
Select SOUND > Control > EQ > Preset Equalizer. For how to select Function Control item, refer to <Function Control> (page 6).
2 Select the Equalizer curve
Turn the Control knob and push the center when the desired item is displayed. You can select from 22 Equalizer curve types for iPod when iPod is selected. Exit Preset Equalizer mode. Select the iPod Equalizer curve 1. Enter iPod Equalizer mode Press the Control button. 2. Select the iPod Equalizer curve Turn the Control knob and push the center when the desired item is displayed. Exit Preset Equalizer mode.
KDC-HD942U/ KDC-MP642U Adjustment Item Display Range BAND1 60/ 100/ 160/ 250/ 400 Hz Band 1 BAND2 630/ 1k/ 1.6k/ 2.5k Hz Band 2 BAND3 4k/ 6.3k/ 10k/ 16k Hz Band 3 Q Quality 0.25/ 0.5/ 1.0/ 2.0 Band level GAIN -9 +9 dB
1 Enter Manual Equalizer Control mode
Select SOUND > Control > EQ > Manual Equalizer. For how to select Function Control item, refer to <Function Control> (page 6).
2 Select the band you want to set
Displaying the Firmware Version
Display the version of the firmware of this unit.
5 Register a voice tag (first)
Press the Control knob. Enter Voice 1 is displayed. When a beep is heard, utter a voice tag within 2 seconds.
1 Enter Bluetooth Firmware update mode
Select MENU > BT F/W Update. For how to select Function Control item, refer to <Function Control> (page 6).
6 Confirm the voice tag (second)
Press the Control knob. Enter Voice 2 is displayed. When a beep is heard, utter the same voice tag as that you uttered in step 4 within 2 seconds. Completed is displayed.
2 Enter Bluetooth Firmware update mode
Press the Control knob for at least 1 second. The firmware version appears.
3 Exit Bluetooth Firmware update mode
7 End registration
Press the Control knob. Return to step 2. You can register another voice tag continuously.
For how to update the firmware, access our web site. http://www.kenwood.com/bt/information/
If your voice cannot be recognized, a message is displayed. Pressing the [AUD] knob allows you to retry voice input. (page 54)
Select PB Name Check (Play)
Play the registered voice and return to step 2.
Select PB Name Delete (Delete)
5 Delete a voice tag
Setting a Voice Command for Category
Add a voice tag to the phone number category (type) for voice calling.
6 Turn the Control knob to select YES, and then
press the Control knob.
1 Select Phone Number type edit mode
Select BT > Voice Tag > PN Type Edit. For how to select Function Control item, refer to <Function Control> (page 6).
Exit Phonebook name edit mode Press the [FNC] button.
Audio sound is not output during voice tag registration.
2 Enter Phone Number type edit mode
3 Select the category (type) you wish to set
Turn the Control knob and push the center when the desired category name is displayed. General/ Home/ Office/ Mobile/ Other
Turn the Control knob. Display PN Type Regist PN Type Check* PN Type Delete* Return Operation Register a voice tag. Play a voice tag. Delete a voice tag. Return to step 2.
5 Register the category (type) by performing
steps 5 to 7 in <Adding a voice dialing command> (page 38).
6 Exit Phone Number type edit mode
Set the voice tag for all the 5 categories. If the voice tag is not registered for all the categories, the Phonebook may not be recalled by voice command.
SMS (Short Message Service)
The SMS arrived at the cell-phone is displayed on the receiver. A newly arrived message is displayed.
Downloading the SMS
Download the short message (SMS) arrived at the cell-phone so that it can be read on this unit.
To prevent car accidents, the driver should not read the SMS while driving.
1 Select SMS download mode
Select BT > SMS > SMS Download. For how to select Function Control item, refer to <Function Control> (page 6).
When a new message arrives SMS Received is displayed. The display disappears with any operations. Displaying the SMS
2 Enter SMS download mode
Press the Control knob. A message list appears.
3 Start downloading
Press the Control knob. SMS Downloading is displayed. When the downloading finishes, Completed is displayed.
1 Select SMS Inbox mode
Select BT > SMS > SMS Inbox. For how to select Function Control item, refer to <Function Control> (page 6).
2 Enter SMS Inbox mode
4 Exit SMS download mode
The cell-phone must be able to transmit the SMS using Bluetooth. Setting on the cell-phone may be required. If the cell-phone does not support SMS function, the SMS download item in Function Control mode is not displayed. When the SMS is downloaded from the cell-phone, the unopened messages in the cell-phone are opened. The already-read and unread short messages can be respectively downloaded up to 75.
3 Select a message
Turn the Control knob. Each pushing of the Control knob towards right or left switches between telephone number or name and message reception date.
4 Display the text
Press the Control knob. Turning the Control knob scrolls the message. Pressing the Control knob again returns to the message list screen.
5 Exit SMS Inbox mode
The unopened message is displayed at the beginning of the list. Other messages are displayed in the order of reception. The SMS that has arrived when the cell-phone is not linked with Bluetooth cannot be displayed. Download the SMS. The short message cannot be displayed during downloading the SMS.
Satellite Radio tuner (Optional Accessory) control
Selecting Satellite Radio source Press the [SRC] button. Select the SAT/ SIRIUS/ XM display.
Putting the channel in the memory.
1 Select the channel to put in the memory
You need to register to the service provider to receive the service by Satellite Radio. Consult the service provider if CALL TO SUBSCRIBE appears. The radio may take a little time to start receiving after you select the Satellite Radio source. If the signal reception fails, Acquiring Aignal/ No Signal appears.
Switching Seek Mode KDC-X993: Press the [AUTO] button for at least 1 second. KDC-HD942U/ KDC-X693/ KDC-MP642U: Press the [AUTO] button.
Display CHANNEL PRESET Operation Normal manual seeking control. Search in order of the channels in the Preset memory.
Cancelling the Preset Memory mode Press the [ ] button twice.
Only the channel number is stored. Category information is not stored.
Select the channel Push the Control knob towards right or left. Selecting the Preset Band Push the Control knob toward up. Each time you push the knob, the preset band alternates between the SR1, SR2, SR3 and SR4.
Recalling the channels in the memory.
Push the Control knob.
Category and Channel Search
Selecting the channel and category you want to receive.
Cancelling Preset Tuning Press the [ ] button twice.
1 Enter Category and Channel Search mode
Press the [ ] button twice.
2 Select the Category
Turn the Control knob to select Category, and then press the Control knob.
3 Select the Channel
Turn the Control knob to select Channel, and then press the Control knob.
Cancelling Category and Channel Search mode Press the [ ] button.
You cannot Channel search until the category information is acquired.
Every receivable Channel is checked for 10 seconds.
1 Start Channel Scan
Select Channel Scan. For how to select Function Control items, refer to <Function Control> (page 6).
2 Release it when the channel you want to listen
to is received Press the Control knob.
Entering the channel and tuning.
Press the [DIRECT] button on the remote control.
2 Enter the channel
Press the number buttons.
3 Do Channel Search
If you make no button operation for 10 seconds, the Direct Access Tuning mode is automatically canceled. If you cannot receive any signal in the input Channel due to bad conditions on radio wave or other such problems, ACQUIRING SIGNAL/ NO SIGNAL appears.
About HD Radio (Optional)
When you connect an HD Radio, Tuner features of the unit are disabled and changed to HD Radio tuner features. With the HD Radio tuner, you can use the similar functions of Tuner features. Refer to Tuner features for how to use the functions.
For operating KCA-BT200 (Optional)
For operation refer to Model-B-2 in the Instruction Manual of KCA-BT200, and the table below. Notation used in the KCA-BT200 Instruction Manual  button Press the [AUTO]/[TI] button. Operation Control knob Press the Control knob for at least 1 second.
About the Cell-Phone
This unit conforms to the following Bluetooth specifications: Version Bluetooth Standard Ver. 1.2 Profile HFP (Hands Free Profile) OPP (Object Push Profile) PBAP (Phonebook Access Profile) SYNC (Synchronization Profile) For the cell-phones verified for compatibility, access the following URL: http://www.kenwood.com/bt/information/
The units supporting the Bluetooth function have been certified for conformity with the Bluetooth Standard following the procedure prescribed by Bluetooth SIG. However, it may be impossible for such units to communicate with your cell-phone depending on its type. HFP is a profile used to make a hands-free call. OPP is a profile used to transfer data such as a phone book between units.
About the Bluetooth Audio player
This unit conforms to the following Bluetooth specifications: Version Bluetooth Standard Ver. 1.2 Profile A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile)
A2DP is a profile designed to transfer the music from an audio player. AVRCP is a profile designed to control playback and selection of music by an audio player.
About KENWOOD Music Editor of PC application
Music Editor is recorded in the CD-ROM attached to this unit. Refer to the users manual recorded in the installation CD-ROM and Help of Music Editor for the operation method of Music Editor. The unit can play USB device created by Music Editor. Information about Music Editor upgrade is put on the site, www.kenwood.com.
AMP Selecting OFF turns off the built-in amplifier. Turning off the built-in amplifier improves the quality of the sound from Preout. Auto Answer (Setting the Time Interval for Automatic Answer) This function automatically answers (responds to) a call after lapse of the preset time interval for automatic answer. OFF : Does not answer the phone call automatically. 0 : Automatically answers the phone call at once. 1s 99s : Automatically answers the phone call after lapse of seconds. DISP N/P Switches the panel display between positive or negative. In addition, you can reverse it in conjunction with the interior light. POSI1 : Displays the text in the positive. POSI2 : When the interior light is off, the text is displayed in the positive; when the interior light is on, the text is displayed in the negative. NEGA1 : Displays the text in the negative. NEGA2 : When the interior light is off, the text is displayed in the negative; when the interior light is on, the text is displayed in the positive. DTA (Digital Time Alignment) Make fine adjustment of the delay time of the speaker output specified at <Cabin selection> (page 29) to have a more suitable environment for your vehicle. The settings of the delay time are automatically identified and compensated by specifying the distances of each speaker from the center of the vehicle interior. 1 Set the front and rear positions and the height of the reference point to the position of the ears of the person sitting in the front seat, and set the right and left positions to the center of the vehicle interior. 2 Measure the distances from the reference point to the speakers. 3 Calculate the distance difference in accordance with the farthest speaker.
If the time set in the cell-phone is shorter than that set in the unit, the former will be used. This function does not work for call waiting.
Call Beep (Setting the Beep of the Incoming Call) You can output a beep from the speaker when a call comes in. ON : Beep is heard. OFF : Beep is canceled. CD Read Sets the method for reading CD. When unable to play special format CD, set this function to 2 to force playing. Note that some music CD may be unplayable even when set to 2. In addition, audio files cannot be played when set to 2. Normally, keep this set to 1. 1 : Automatically distinguishes between audio file disc and music CD when playing disc. 2 : Forces playing as music CD. Display If this unit is not operated at least 5 seconds with OFF selected, the display turns off. During a setup mode, the display will not turn off even if 5 seconds lapse. DISP DIM (Display illumination dimmer) Reduces the display Illumination brightness. AUTO: Dims the illumination in conjunction with the Light switch of the vehicle. MNAL1: Dims the illumination constantly. MNAL2: Dims the illumination darker than MNA1. OFF: Does not dim the illumination.
TEL mute wire (Brown)
Dimmer control wire (Orange / White)
To car light control switch
Car fuse box Ignition wire (Red) Battery wire (Yellow) Ground wire (Black) (To car chassis) ACC
Ignition key switch Car fuse box (Main fuse)
Installation/Removing the Unit
non-Japanese cars Removing the hard rubber frame 1 Engage the catch pins on the removal tool and
remove the two locks on the upper level. Upper the frame and pull it forward as shown in the figure.
Lock Bend the tabs of the mounting sleeve with a screwdriver or similar utensil and attach it in place. Catch
Make sure that the unit is installed securely in place. If the unit is unstable, it may malfunction (for example, the sound may skip).
Accessory2 Removal tool
2 When the upper level is removed, remove the
lower two locations.
Japanese cars 1 Refer to the section <Removing the hard rubber
frame> and then remove the hard rubber frame.
The frame can be removed from the bottom side in the same manner.
2 Align the holes in the unit (two locations on each
side) with the vehicle mounting bracket and secure the unit with the accessory screws. T N T N T/N
T: Toyota cars N: Nissan cars
Removing the Unit 1 Refer to the section <Removing the hard rubber
2 Insert the two removal tools deeply into the slots
on each side, as shown.
3 Lower the removal tool toward the bottom, and
pull out the unit halfway while pressing towards the inside.
8 mm MAX.
Accessory3.for Nissan car Accessory4.for Toyota car
Be careful to avoid injury from the catch pins on the removal tool.
Install this unit in the console of your vehicle. Do not touch the metal part of this unit during and shortly after the use of the unit. Metal part such as the heat sink and enclosure become hot.
4 Pull the unit all the way out with your hands, being
careful not to drop it.
Accessory of KDC-X993
Installation the Microphone Unit 1 Check the installation position of the microphone
2 Remove oil and other dirt from the installation
3 Install the microphone. 4 Wire the microphone cable up to the hands-free
box with it secured at several positions using tape or the like.
Fix a cable with a commercial item of tape.
Peel the release coated paper of double-face adhesive tape to fix on the place shown above.
Adjust the direction of the microphone to the driver.
Install the microphone as far as possible from the cellphone.
No Music Data/Error 15: The connected USB device contains no playable audio file. Media was played that does not have data recorded that the unit can play. USB ERROR: Some trouble may have occurred to the connected USB device. Remove the USB device, then cycle the power switch to ON. If the same display is repeated, use another USB device. Connection to the iPod has failed. Remove the USB device and then reconnect it. Confirm that the software for the iPod is the latest version. Too Long: The word or utterance is too long to be recognized.
No Phonebook: Data is not contained in the phone book. No Message: No Record: Memory Full: No short message in In Box. The voice tag is not registered in the phonebook. The number of voice tags reaches the maximum number to be registered in the phonebook.
Favorite: No Memory: The procedure is not registered to Favorite Preset Memory No Access: The procedure preset with Favorite Control cannot be available. The preset content may not be recalled depending on the selected source or mode. No call.
USB REMOVE (Blink): The Remove mode has been selected for the USB device/iPod. You can remove the USB device/iPod safely. No Voice: NO Number: No Data: The calling party does not notify a caller ID. There is no phone number data. There is no outgoing call list. There is no incoming call list. There is no missed call list. There is no phone book list. The cell-phone has not been registered (pairing).
HD Memory Full: The tag memory of HD Radio is FULL. iPod Memory Full: The iPod memory is FULL. No Tag Function: iPod which does not support the tag memory is connected. N/A Channels: No receivable channel and category.
HF Disconnect: The unit cannot communicate with the cellphone. HF Error 07: The memory cannot be accessed. Turn off the power and on again. If this message still appears, press the reset button on the control unit. The unit cannot communicate with the cellphone. Turn off the power and on again. If this message still appears, press the reset button on the control unit. The Bluetooth device cannot be detected. 5 Bluetooth device have already been registered. No more Bluetooth device cannot be registered. The PIN code is wrong. The unit cannot be connected to the device. Pairing error.
HF Error 68:
Un Known: Device Full:
PIN Code NG: Connect NG: Pairing Failed:
Err No Matching: The voice tag is wrong. Voice cannot be recognized because of an unregistered voice tag, etc. Too Soft: Too Loud: Voice is too small and cannot be recognized. Voice is too large to be recognized.
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