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HDD NAVIGATION/DVD RECEIVER
FESTPLATTEN-NAVIGATIONSSYSTEM/DVD-RECEIVER
SYSTÈME DE NAVIGATION À DISQUE DUR/RECEPTEUR DVD
HDD NAVIGATIE/DVD-RECEIVER
KD-NX901
For cancelling the display demonstration, see page 14.
Zum Abbrechen der Displaydemonstration siehe Seite 14.
Pour annuler la démonstration des affichages, référez-vous à la page 14.
Zie bladzijde 14 voor het annuleren van de displaydemonstratie.
For installation and connections, refer to the separate manual.
Für den Einbau und die Anschlüsse siehe das eigenständige Handbuch.
Pour l'installation et les raccordements, se référer au manuel séparé.
Bijzonderheden over de installatie en aansluiting van het apparaat vindt u in de desbetreffende
handleiding.
INSTRUCTIONS
BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG
MANUEL D'INSTRUCTIONS
GEBRUIKSAANWIJZING
LVT1294-001B
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Summary of Contents

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    HDD NAVIGATION/DVD RECEIVER FESTPLATTEN-NAVIGATIONSSYSTEM/DVD-RECEIVER SYSTÈME DE NAVIGATION À DISQUE DUR/RECEPTEUR DVD HDD NAVIGATIE/DVD-RECEIVER KD-NX901 For cancelling the display demonstration, see page 14. Zum Abbrechen der Displaydemonstration siehe Seite 14. Pour annuler la démonstration des affichages, référez-vous à la page 14.

  • Page 2: How To Reset Your Unit, How To Forcibly Eject A Disc

    • Stop the car before performing any complicated operations. Thank you for purchasing a JVC product. How to reset your unit This will reset the microcomputer. Your preset adjustments will also be erased.

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    When to update the database: If the following message appears on the display when you turn on the power, visit <http://www.jvc-exad.com>. You can confirm the update information. When replacing/rotating the tires: It is required to clear all the accumulated learning data which is important for accurate navigation.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    How to read this manual ... 5 Introduction ... 6 Remote controller — RM-RK230 ... 8 Main elements and features ... 8 Control panel — KD-NX901 ... 10 Parts identification ... 10 Preparations ... 11 Getting started ... 13 Basic operations ...13 Cancelling the display demonstration ...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Sound adjustments ... 84 Selecting preset sound modes (EQ: equalizer) ...84 Storing your own sound adjustments ... 85 Adjusting the sound basic settings ... 86 General settings — PSM ... 87 Basic procedure ... 87 Selecting the dimmer mode ... 90 Other main functions ...

  • Page 6: Introduction

    Introduction DVD/CD player Discs you can play You can play back the following discs (12 cm and 8 cm) on this receiver: • DVD Video: Recorded in PAL color system with Region Code “2” (see below). – DVD-R/DVD-RW recorded in the DVD- Video format can also be played.

  • Page 7

    Before using HDD While the unit is turned on, the hard disk is constantly rotating at a high speed. This requires you to notice the following: • DO NOT impart vibration or shock. • DO NOT allow anything having strong magnetism or emitting strong electromagnetic waves (cellular phones, etc.) near the unit.

  • Page 8: Main Elements And Features

    Navigation System. MONITOR CONTROL 1 Monitor control buttons • Controllable only if your monitor is one of the JVC monitors—KV-MR9010 or KV-MH6510. DVD/RECEIVER CONTROL (standby/on attenuator) button • Turns on and off the power and also attenuates the sound.

  • Page 9

    6 DUAL button • Does not function for this model. 7 VOL + / – buttons • Adjusts the volume level. • Does not function as 2nd VOL +/– buttons for this model. 8 SETUP button* 9 SHIFT button p For disc operations: /TITLE 5 / ∞...

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    • Turns on/off PTY Standby Reception if pressed and held. • Displays the traffic information while in the navigation mode. KD-NX901 Parts identification SOURCE NAVI / AV • Turns on the power when it is off. • Attenuates the sound when the power is •...

  • Page 11: Preparations

    Preparations Before using the Navigation System first time, it is required to calibrate the Navigation System. • After deleting the run time (DELETE RUNTIME: see page 21) or changing the installation angle (UNIT ANGLE: see page 21), calibration is also required. Turn on the ignition switch (either to ON or to ACC).

  • Page 12

    After confirming all the above connections, drive the car to start calibration. • A certain speed is required for calibration. • Calibration time differs among the cars. • During calibrating, you can use the System as the receiver (you can listen to the music, etc.) •...

  • Page 13: Getting Started, Basic Operations

    Getting started To use the Navigation System Ÿ Each time you press the button, navigation and source screens alternate. Operate navigation. See page 22. 1 Set the destination. 2 Start guidance. To adjust the guidance volume level, see page While using the Navigation System, you can always confirm all available traffic information on the display.

  • Page 14: Cancelling The Display Demonstration, Setting The Clock

    Cancelling the display demonstration If no operations are done for about one minute, display demonstration starts (except when the Navigation System is in use). [Initial: Interval]—see page 87. Select “Off.” Finish the procedure. To activate the display demonstration In step 3 above... •...

  • Page 15: Navigation Operations, What Is Navigation

    Navigation operations With the KD-NX901, the location of the car is determined via Global Positioning System (GPS), the distance from the desired destination and the required routes are determined using a digital road map, a navigation computer and sensors. A...

  • Page 16: Basic Navigation Operations

    The following buttons are used for navigation operations. To display the DESTINATION menu: To select an item: Select the number next to the item shown on the display. • You can also select an item by... Select (reverse) the item, then confirm. To return to the previous screens Basic navigation operations To enter a character:...

  • Page 17: Navigation Operation Menus

    Navigation operation menus Before operating navigation, be familiar with the operation menus and setup menus. DESTINATION This is the first menu displayed when pressing SEL. • SET DESTINATION: Display the SET FROM menu—see page 22. • ROUTE OPTIONS: Set your preferred settings to reach your destination such as availability of motorways, ferries, and tollroads—see page 37.

  • Page 18

    • P.O.I.: Set your destination (or Via Point) by selecting from the P.O.I. (points of interests) list. It includes petrol stations, restaurants, hospitals, etc.—see page 28. P.O.I. functions differently according to navigation status. SELECT On this menu, you can select your particular destination by the country, city, street, town centre, postal code, and its coordinates.

  • Page 19: Navigation Setups

    Before operating navigation, set up the Navigation System to your preference. While listening to any source... Navigation screen (current position)* appears. * If navigation is already started, the guidance screen appears. The numbers at the both sides are shown only after the preset addresses are stored (see page 33).

  • Page 20: Navigation Setting Menus

    Navigation setting menus LANGUAGE Set your preferred language: DANSK, DEUTSCH, ENGLISH UK, ENGLISH US, ESPAÑOL, FRANÇAIS, ITALIANO, NEDERLANDS, SVENSKA • Once you have selected the language, the selected language is used for navigation— spoken and displayed. MEASURING UNIT Set your preferred measuring unit: METRIC (km), IMPERIAL (yard) COORDINATES Set your preferred unit:...

  • Page 21

    TEST You can confirm the following of the current status: • Direction/Learning level* • Velocity/PPS (Pulse Per Second) • Gyro sensor/Unit angle • Latitude/Number of GPS satellite received* • Longitude Indicates the learning data level. The higher the number is (the highest number is “4”), the more accurate the learning data is.

  • Page 22: Basic Navigation Processes

    While listening to any source... * If navigation is already started, the guidance screen appears. Ÿ Display the DESTINATION menu. Select “SET DESTINATION.” Basic navigation processes ⁄ Navigation screen (current position)* appears. Select one of the options listed on the display. •...

  • Page 23

    • Before (or after) starting guidance, you can set “ADD VIA POINT” and “ROUTE OPTIONS.” ¤ Select “START GUIDANCE.” Confirm. Route is calculated, then guidance starts. To cancel the route guidance... then Starting navigation guidance to the preset addresses Once you have stored the PRESET ADDRESSES (see page 33), starting guidance to the addresses is very simple and easy.

  • Page 24

    Locate your destination country. • If the country name is shown in the “COUNTRY” column, select the country only when your destination is located in a different country. 1 Select “COUNTRY.” 2 Select your destination country. Locate your destination city. 1 Select “CITY,”...

  • Page 25

    Locate your destination street in the selected city. 1 Select “STREET,” then enter the street name. Ex. Enter “FORE.” • To locate your destination by town centres, select “CENTRE” (see page 27). To select the street displayed on the 2nd line... To display the list of the matching names, then select the street on the list...

  • Page 26

    By postal code You can locate your destination by postal code after you have set the country. Display the SELECT menu. • If the destination country has not been set, set the country (see step 4 on page 24) before going the next step. Set the postal code.

  • Page 27

    By town centre You can locate your destination by town centre once you set the country and the city. Display the SELECT menu. • If the city name has not been entered, “CENTRE” will not be used. ] Enter the city name (see step 5 on page 24), then confirm your entry so that the following screen appears.

  • Page 28

    By destination lists You can locate your destination by selecting from the following lists—PREVIOUS DEST./PRESET ADDRESSES/STORED ADDRESSES. Display the SET FROM menu. Select “PREVIOUS DEST.,” “PRESET ADDRESSES,” or “STORED ADDRESSES.” Ex. when selecting “PREVIOUS DEST.” Select one of the listed item. Confirm your destination.

  • Page 29

    Selecting P.O.I. by category P.O.I. are categorized and sub-categorized for you to find easily. Select “CATEGORY.” Main categories list appears. Select the main category you want. • Then, display the sub-categories... Sub-categories list of the main category selected appears. (Ex. when selecting SHOPPING for the main category).

  • Page 30

    To select the name displayed on the 2nd line... To display the list of the matching names, then select the name on the list... • If the name you have entered exists in many categories, P.O.I. CATEGORY menu appears. ] Select the categories. •...

  • Page 31

    Selecting P.O.I. by telephone number Select “TELEPHONE NUMBER.” Telephone number entry menu appears. Enter telephone number (with its area code), then confirm the location. Confirm your destination. By the coordinates You can locate your destination by entering its latitude and longitude. Display the SELECT menu.

  • Page 32: Storing Addresses And Routes

    Storing addresses and routes You can store the addresses or routes in memory. • To cancel editing during the process, press BACK (DISP). While the current position is shown... • If navigation has been started, press DISP (BACK) to display the current position screen.

  • Page 33

    Saving addresses in PRESET ADDRESS You can preset an address into each number buttons—total six addresses. Select “SAVE ADDRESS.” SAVE AS menu appears. Select “PRESET ADDRESS.” Stored addresses list appears. Select the address to store from the list. Preset addresses list appears. Select the number you want to preset the address into.

  • Page 34: Convenient Features Using The Stored Routes

    Saving new routes You can save up to 20 routes in memory. Select “RECORD ROUTE.” START RECORDING menu appears. Start recording the route from the current position rive the car following the route as you want to record, then stop recording when you arrive at your destination.

  • Page 35

    Checking ETA and distance While not using guidance... ROUTES menu appears. Select the route you are now taking. • You can select up to 3 routes in this step, so that you can know the current position on these route. To move to another page of the list (if any), rotate the dial.

  • Page 36: Setting Guidance Options

    Setting guidance options Entering the Via Points You can set five Via Points along the way to your final destination. • You can set Via Points even while you are navigated to your destination. Enter your destination to display the following DESTINATION menu.

  • Page 37: Setting Route Options

    Setting route options Enter your destination to display the following DESTINATION menu. Select “ROUTE OPTIONS.” ROUTE OPTIONS menu appears. Set each option on the menu. • For details on each option, see below. ROUTE OPTIONS On this menu, you can set some of the important elements of route calculation.

  • Page 38: Route Guidance

    Errors may occur in individual data items/entries. At all times, the driver must decide whether or not to heed the information provided. JVC does not accept liability for erroneous data provided by the Navigation System. The following are some of the example of the voice guidance (and display information): •...

  • Page 39: Display Information During Guidance

    Display information during guidance After starting guidance, the guidance information appears on the display. • When you are still far from the next turning point: • The current road name * • DST: Distance to the destination • ETA: Estimated time of arrival •...

  • Page 40

    Displaying traffic information You can confirm the traffic information of the place* nearest to your current position along the route. * Within 100 km from the current position. TRAFFIC INFO screen appears. On this screen, you can confirm the following: •...

  • Page 41: Dynamic Guidance

    • The System can receive TMC information without tuning in to such a station. As the traffic announcements are transmitted by TMC radio stations, JVC cannot assume responsibility for the completeness or accuracy of the announcements. To confirm all available traffic information...

  • Page 42: Radio Operations, Listening To The Radio

    Radio operations Ÿ Lights up when receiving an FM stereo broadcast with sufficient signal strength. Listening to the radio Start searching for a station. To stop searching, press OK. To tune in to a station manually In step !... FM/AM band Station frequency STEREO/MONO indicators Station icon...

  • Page 43: Storing Stations In Memory

    When an FM stereo broadcast is hard to receive MONO indicator lights up. Reception improves, but stereo effect will be lost. To restore the stereo effect, repeat the same procedure. “Mono Off” appears and the MONO indicator goes off. Tuning in FM stations only with strong signals If received signals are weak, you may only hear noises.

  • Page 44: Listening To A Preset Station, Changing The Display Information

    Preset number flashes for a while. Listening to a preset station • If you cannot tune in to the preset FM RDS station, Programme Search is working. For details, see “P-Search” on page 89. Select the preset station. To select a preset station on the list Select “TUNER,”...

  • Page 45: Searching For Your Favourite Programme

    The following operations are only possible while you are tuning in to an FM RDS station. What you can do with RDS RDS (Radio Data System) allows FM stations to send an additional signal along with their regular programme signals. By receiving the RDS data, this receiver can do the following: •...

  • Page 46: Using The Standby Receptions

    Select a PTY code. Start searching. Storing your favourite programmes You can store six favourite programme types. Preset programme types in the number buttons (1 to 6): Select a PTY code. Ex.: When “Rock M” is selected Select the preset number (1 – 6) you want to store into.

  • Page 47: Tracking The Same Programme

    PTY Standby Reception PTY Standby Reception allows the unit to switch temporarily to your favourite programme from any source other than AM. • When shipped from the factory, “News” is selected for your favourite programme type. To change it to your favourite PTY code, see page 88.

  • Page 48: Disc Operations, Playing A Disc In The Receiver

    Disc operations The disc type is automatically detected, and playback starts automatically (for DVD: automatic start depends on its internal program). • Turn on the monitor for playing a DVD or VCD. You can also control the audio CD, CD Text, and MP3/WMA playback by referring to the monitor screen.

  • Page 49

    While playing DVD: While playing MP3/WMA discs: While playing CD/VCD: Folder name icon/Album title (Tag) icon Folder number Track number Elapsed playing time Track name icon/Track title (Tag) icon MP3/WMA icon Track title or track name Album title/performer or folder name Disc title icon Track number...

  • Page 50: Basic Operations

    Operations To stop play temporarily To replay the previous scenes—One Touch Replay To stop playback • During playback, on-screen guide icons appear on the monitor for a while (see page 111). To eject the disc Basic operations Display indication and/or next operation “PAUSE”...

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    To go to the next or previous chapters/tracks • For DVD: During play or pause. • For VCD: While PBC (see page 53) is not in use. To fast-forward or reverse the track—Forward/ Reverse Search • You can also use the following buttons. The search speed changes to x2 ] x10.

  • Page 52: Dvd/vcd Special Functions, Selecting Subtitles, Selecting Audio Languages, Selecting Multi-angle Views

    DVD/VCD special functions Selecting subtitles You can select the language of the subtitle to be shown on the monitor. • You can also erase the subtitle if not necessary. ENGLISH Ex. when the disc has 3 options Selecting audio languages For DVD: You can select the language to listen to if the disc has multiple audio languages.

  • Page 53: Disc Menu Operations, Zoom In

    Disc menu operations Menu-driven playback is possible while playing back a DVD with menu-driven features or a VCD with PBC (PlayBack Control). While playing a DVD A title list or disc menu will appear on the monitor. Select the item you want on the menu.

  • Page 54: On-screen Disc Operations

    On-screen disc operations About the On-Screen Bar You can check the disc information and use some functions through the on-screen bar. • For audio CD, CD Text, and MP3/WMA disc you can also use the control screen (see pages 57 and 58). On-Screen bars DVD -V TIME...

  • Page 55: On-screen Bar Basic Operations

    On-screen bar basic operations Display the on-screen bar. • For DVD/VCD: (twice) • For other discs: On-screen bar appears for about 5 seconds. T02-C03 TOTAL 1:25:58 DVD -V TIME TITLE CHAP Select an item. • If pop-up menu does not appears, pressing ENTER repeatedly changes the settings.

  • Page 56

    Intro play INTRO VCD: MP3/WMA: CD Text/Audio CD: Random play RANDOM VCD: MP3/WMA: CD Text/Audio CD: To change the time information 1 Select TIME 2 Change the time information. TIME 0:00:58 T.REM 0:35:24 To search for a particular point by playing time 1 Select 2 Enter the elapsed playing time of the current...

  • Page 57: Control Screen Basic Operations

    Control screen basic operations You can search for and play the desired items through the control screen. • The control screen automatically appears on the monitor when you insert a disc. MP3/WMA control screen REPEAT TRACK FOLDER : 2 / 3 Track : 5 / 14 (Total 41) 01 Music Cloudy.mp3...

  • Page 58: List Screen Operations

    List screen operations You can display the folder list/track list while playback is stopped. On this list, you can confirm the contents and start playback. Folder/track list screens Folder list (MP3/WMA) Folder : 153/440 Track 154/198 fol130 fol140 fol150 fol141 fol151 fol131 fol142...

  • Page 59: Dvd Setup Menu, Basic Setting Procedure

    DVD setup menu You can store the initial disc playback status. • While playing, no change can be made on the Setup Menus. • When shipped from the factory, the on-screen language is set to English. To change the language, see page 60. Basic setting procedure LANGUAGE MENU LANGUAGE...

  • Page 60

    LANGUAGE menu Item MENU LANGUAGE : AUDIO LANGUAGE : SUBTITLE : ON SCREEN LANGUAGE : • For the LANGUAGE settings, see also the language codes list on page 104. PICTURE menu Item MONITOR : 16:9 4:3 LETTER BOX 4:3 PAN SCAN OSD POSITION : Position 1 Position 2...

  • Page 61

    AUDIO menu Item DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT : Select the signal format to be emitted through the DIGITAL OUT (Optical) terminal on the rear. • PCM ONLY : Select this when connecting an amplifier or a decoder incompatible with Dolby Digital, DTS, and MPEG Audio, or connecting to a recording device.

  • Page 62: Other Disc Operations, Basic Operations

    Other disc operations In this section, you can learn how to use the buttons on the control panel in order to operate the DVD/CD player. Basic operations To stop playback To start playback again • If you press the button during pause, it is also cancelled.

  • Page 63

    To skip chapters/tracks quickly • For DVD: During play or pause. • For VCD: While PBC (see page 53) is not in use. • For MP3/WMA: Select a track within the same folder. As you rotate the dial, you can skip 10 chapters/ tracks at a time.

  • Page 64: Selecting The Playback Modes

    You can use only one of the following playback modes at a time. Select your desired playback mode. Repeat play • For DVD: During play or pause. • For VCD: While PBC (see page 53) is not in use. Random play Intro scan To cancel the playback mode •...

  • Page 65: Changing The Display Information

    Changing the display information • For MP3/WMA discs Album title/performer or folder name is enlarged. Track title or track name is enlarged. Icons Meanings Folder name icon Track name icon Disc title icon Album title (Tag) icon Track title (Tag) icon MP3 format WMA format •...

  • Page 66: Hdd Operations, Playing Genre/album/track In The Hdd

    HDD operations Playing genre/album/track in the HDD About the HDD The built-in HDD works not only as storage for navigation data, but as Music Server where you can record 99 albums in each genre folder (total 99 genre folders can be made).

  • Page 67

    To go to the next or previous track Using the control Using the number dial: buttons: • By using the number buttons (1 – 6), you can also go directly to tracks 1 – 12. – For tracks 1 – 6: Press 1 –...

  • Page 68

    You can use only one of the following playback modes at a time. Select your desired playback mode. Repeat play Random play Intro scan To cancel the playback mode Selecting the playback modes Mode Track: Album: Genre: Off: Mode Album: Genre: All: Off:...

  • Page 69

    Changing the display information • For normal playback Album title/performer or album name is enlarged. Track title or track name is enlarged. Genre name is enlarged. • For playlist playback Playlist name is enlarged. Track title or track name is enlarged. Icons Meanings Genre name icon...

  • Page 70: Playing Playlists, Recording Audio Cds

    Playing playlists You can display the lists of the playlists stored, then select the one you want to play. • To make your own playlists, see page 75. Display the list of the playlists. Select the playlist, and start playback. •...

  • Page 71

    Select the genre to store the recording into. • If more than six genres exist, rotate the dial to show other genres, then press... • If you want to create a new genre folder, select “New Genre.” Select the album to store the recording into.

  • Page 72: Assigning The Titles, Editing The Hdd Contents

    Assigning the titles You can assign (or change) the title to genres, albums, and playlists. • You cannot assign titles to tracks. While playing an HDD track... • For assign the title to a playlist, play the playlist you want. Enlarge the indication (see also page 69) to which you want to assign a new name (ex.

  • Page 73

    To move between the pages... To select the item shown on the display... • If more than six items exist on the same level, rotate the dial to display others. To return to the previous screen... Erasing a track/album/genre Ex. To erase an unwanted track While playing an HDD track...

  • Page 74

    Select an album to move the track into. • For “Move Album”: select the genre to move the album into. Confirm. • Once editing is finished, playback resumes (from the tracks in the currently playing album/genre). Sorting an album/genre You can change the current album priority in a genre and the current genre priority in the HDD.

  • Page 75

    Creating/editing a playlist You can create a playlist by entering the current track into a new playlist. You can also add tracks into the existing playlist. • You can create 99 playlists. While playing an HDD track you want to add in a playlist... Select “Entry Tr to PL.”...

  • Page 76

    Select an unwanted playlist. Confirm. • Once editing is finished, playback resumes (from the current track). Duplicating a playlist You can copy playlists from the HDD to an SD card or vice versa. By using this function, you can edit the playlists stored in the HDD using your own PC.

  • Page 77

    Storing tree information into SD You can export the tree information (folder structure) of the HDD into an SD card. This makes it easy for you to make a new playlist when many genres/albums/tracks are recorded in the HDD. • Before starting, insert an SD card. While playing an HDD track...

  • Page 78: Sd Operations, Inserting The Sd Card

    SD operations To play the tracks in an SD card, it must be configured strictly as follows: • Top folder must be titled <JVCMS> (JVC Music Server), the folder including album folder must be <music>. – DO NOT store the files directly in <music>.

  • Page 79

    To eject SD, press the SD as illustrated. • Press the SD softly (do not release your finger quickly); otherwise, the SD may pop out from the unit. • When you pull out the SD, pull it out straightly from the loading slot. Attach the control panel.

  • Page 80

    To go to the next or previous track Using the control Using the number dial: buttons: • By using the number buttons (1 – 6), you can also go directly to tracks 1 – 12. – For tracks 1 – 6: Press 1 –...

  • Page 81

    Selecting the playback modes You can use only one of the following playback modes at a time. Select your desired playback mode. Repeat play Random play Intro scan To cancel the playback mode • You can also cancel it by selecting “Off” in step 2.

  • Page 82: Changing Display Information, Duplicating Data Into Hdd

    Changing display information Album title/performer or album name is enlarged. Track title or track name is enlarged. Icons Meanings Album name icon Track name icon Playlist name icon Album title (Tag) icon Track title (Tag) icon MP3 format WMA format Duplicating data into HDD You can copy the data in the SD card into the HDD.

  • Page 83

    Select the target genre you want to copy the track into. • If more than six genres exist, rotate the dial to show other genres, then press... • If you want to create a new genre folder, select “New Genre.” Album list of the selected genre appears.

  • Page 84: Sound Adjustments

    Sound adjustments Selecting preset sound modes You can select a preset sound mode suitable to the music. Sound modes (preset frequency level settings) The list below shows the preset frequency level settings for 12 sound modes. Sound mode 60 Hz Flat Hard Rock R&B...

  • Page 85: Storing Your Own Sound Adjustments

    Storing your own sound adjustments You can adjust the sound modes and store your own adjustments in memory. Select one of the preset sound modes. • Repeat steps ~ and Ÿ on page 84. Enter the sound adjustment mode, then select a frequency to adjust. Sound mode 60 Hz Country...

  • Page 86: Adjusting The Sound Basic Settings

    Adjusting the sound basic settings You can adjust the sound characteristics to your preference. Adjust the selected item. Adjusting fader and balance Adjust fader—speaker output balance between the front and rear speakers. • F06: Upmost—front only • R06: Downmost—rear only Adjust the balance—speaker output balance between the left and right speakers.

  • Page 87: Basic Procedure

    General settings — PSM Basic procedure You can change PSM (Preferred Setting Mode) items listed in the table that follows. Select a PSM item. Ex.: When you select “Scroll” Indications Demo Display demonstration KeyIn CFM Key-in confirmation 24H/12H Clock system Time Time Adjust the PSM item selected.

  • Page 88

    Indications Scroll Scroll Dimmer Dimmer From– To Dimmer time Contrast Contrast LCD Type Display type Tag display Compass Compass PTY Stnby PTY Standby AF-Regn’l Alternate frequency/ regionalization reception Displayed only when “Dimmer” is set to “Time Set.” Determined by the “Dimmer” setting. Selectable settings, [reference page] The entire text information can be shown by scrolling if it cannot be shown at a time.

  • Page 89

    Rad Inf/Sports/Finance [Initial]; Beep sounds when you operate the unit. Off: Cancels. Changer: [Initial]; To use a JVC CD changer. Ext In: To use any external component. Muting1/Muting2: Select either one which mutes the sounds while using the cellular phone. (This does not affect the route guidance.)

  • Page 90: Selecting The Dimmer Mode

    Selecting the dimmer mode You can dim the display at night or as you set the timer. Select “Dimmer.” Select one of the following options. Auto: Dims the display when you turn on the headlights. \ Go to step 8. Off: Cancels.

  • Page 91: Other Main Functions, Assigning Titles To The Sources

    Other main functions Assigning titles to the sources You can assign titles to CDs (both in this receiver and in the CD changer), and external component. • To assign the titles to the HDD contents, see page 72. Maximum number of Sources CDs/CD-CH Up to 32 characters (up...

  • Page 92: Changing The Control Panel Angle, Detaching The Control Panel

    Changing the control panel angle Warning: Detaching the control panel When detaching or attaching the control panel, be careful not to damage the connectors on the back of the control panel and on the panel holder. Detaching the control panel Before detaching the control panel, be sure to turn off the power.

  • Page 93: Cd Changer Operations, Playing Discs In The Cd Changer

    CD changer operations Playing discs in the CD changer About the CD changer It is recommended to use the JVC MP3- compatible CD changer with your receiver. • You can also connect other CH-X series CD changers (except CH-X99 and CH-X100).

  • Page 94

    While playing MP3 discs: While playing CD Text/Audio CD: Folder name icon/Album title (Tag) icon Folder number Track number Elapsed playing time Track name icon/Track title (Tag) icon MP3 icon Track title or track name Album name/performer or folder name Disc number Disc title icon Track number...

  • Page 95

    Using the number dial: buttons: To skip tracks quickly This operation is only possible when using JVC MP3-compatible CD changer. As you rotate the dial, you can skip 10 tracks at a time. First time you rotate the dial, the track skips to the nearest higher or lower track with a track number of multiple ten (ex.

  • Page 96

    You can use only one of the following playback modes at a time. Select your desired playback mode. Repeat play Random play Intro scan Only while playing an MP3 disc. To cancel the playback mode • You can also cancel it by selecting “Off” in step 2.

  • Page 97

    Changing the display information • For MP3 discs Album name/performer or folder name is enlarged. Track title or track name is enlarged. Icons Meanings Folder name icon Track name icon Disc title icon Album title (Tag) icon Track title (Tag) icon MP3 format •...

  • Page 98: External Component Operations, Playing An External Component

    External component operations You can connect an external component to the CD changer jack on the rear using the Line Input Adapter KS-U57 (not supplied) or Aux Input Adapter KS-U58 (not supplied). • For connection, see Installation/Connection Manual (separate volume). •...

  • Page 99: Dab Tuner Operations, Listening To The Dab Service

    DAB tuner operations It is recommended to use DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) tuner KT-DB1000 with your receiver. If you have another DAB tuner, consult your JVC IN-CAR ENTERTAINMENT dealer. Ÿ 5 6 7 8 9 p q Listening to the DAB service Start searching for an ensemble.

  • Page 100: Storing Dab Services In Memory, Tuning In To A Preset Dab Service

    To tune in to an ensemble manually In step !... Storing DAB services in memory You can preset six DAB services (primary) for each band. Perform steps select a service you want. Select the preset number (1 – 6) you want to store into.

  • Page 101: Searching For Your Favorite Programme, Using The Standby Reception

    When a service is hard to listen to You can reinforce the low level sounds, which is hard to listen to while driving, to improve your listening if the currently received service provides Dynamic Range Control (DRC) signals. • The higher the number is, the stronger the reinforcement becomes.

  • Page 102

    Announcement Standby Reception Announcement Standby Reception allows the receiver to switch temporarily to your favorite service (announcement type). To select your favorite announcement type, see page 89. The ANN indicator either lights up or flashes • If the ANN indicator lights up, Announcement Standby Reception is activated.

  • Page 103: Maintenance

    Maintenance How to clean the connectors Frequent detachment will deteriorate the connectors. To minimize this possibility, periodically wipe the connectors with a cotton swab or cloth moistened with alcohol, being careful not to damage the connectors. Connector Moisture condensation Moisture may condense on the lens inside the DVD/CD player in the following cases: •...

  • Page 104: Language Codes

    Language codes Code Language Afar Abkhazian Afrikaans Ameharic Arabic Assamese Aymara Azerbaijani Bashkir Byelorussian Bulgarian Bihari Bislama Bengali, Bangla Tibetan Breton Catalan Corsican Czech Welsh Bhutani Greek Esperanto Estonian Basque Persian Finnish Fiji Faroese Frisian Irish Scots Gaelic Galician Guarani Gujarati Hausa Hindi...

  • Page 105: More About The Functions

    More about the functions Navigation System Entering your destination By the points of interests (P.O.I.) • If no P.O.I. data exists for the selected city, “NO P.O.I. FOUND” appears on the display. Press BACK (DISP) until the CITY entry menu appears, then re-enter another city. Selecting P.O.I.

  • Page 106

    – when running in a zigzag line on a broad road – when starting your car shortly after starting the engine – when running for the first time after installing the unit – when changing tires or attaching chains on the tires –...

  • Page 107

    Disc operations General • In this manual, words “track/file” and “folder/ album” are interchangeably used when referring to MP3/WMA files and folders. • On some discs, the actual operations may be different from what is explained in this manual. • This receiver can also play back 8 cm discs. •...

  • Page 108

    Playing MP3/WMA files • This receiver can play back MP3/WMA files with the extension code <.mp3> or <.wma> (regardless of the letter case—upper/lower). • This receiver can show the names of albums, artists (performer), and ID3 Tag (Version 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3, or 2.4) for MP3 files and for WMA files.

  • Page 109

    DVD setup menu • When the language you have selected is not recorded on a disc, the original language is automatically used as the initial language. In addition, for some discs, the initial languages settings will not work as you set due to their internal disc programming.

  • Page 110

    • While playing an SD card, the playback order may differ from the one played back using other SD players. • This receiver may be unable to play back some SD cards due to their characteristics or recording conditions. • While duplicating SD data into HDD, you cannot change the playback source or eject the disc.

  • Page 111

    Linear PCM Uncompressed digital audio, the same format used for CDs and most studio masters. MPEG Audio Another compressed digital audio which also enables multi-channel encode to create the realistic surround sound. On-screen guide While operating the built-in DVD/CD player, operation modes are displayed on the monitor.

  • Page 112

    Troubleshooting What appears to be trouble is not always serious. Check the following points before calling a service center. Navigation troubles Symptoms • Navigation voice cannot be heard from the speakers. • Navigation System does not work at all. • “Low Temperature” appears and Navigation/ Disc/HDD/SD do not work.

  • Page 113

    Symptoms “TOO MANY POIs. PLEASE INPUT DETAIL CATEGORY/CITY” appears on the display. • “TOO FAR FROM STREET” appears on the display. • Navigation guidance is incorrect. • Navigation guidance is sometimes incorrect. • Navigation guidance is heard to listen to. Causes Category/city you have selected includes too many...

  • Page 114

    Receiver troubles Symptoms • “Push Reset” appears on the display, and the control panel movement is freezed. • Sound cannot be heard from the speakers. • The receiver does not work at all. • SSM automatic presetting does not work. •...

  • Page 115

    Symptoms • No playback picture (DVD/VCD) appears on the monitor. • The left and right edges of the picture are missing on the screen. • Disc cannot be played back. • Noise is generated. • A longer readout time is required.

  • Page 116

    Symptoms • “No Files” appears on the display. • “Read Failed” appears on the display. • “Invalid Card” appears on the display. • “No Music Files” appears on the display, and the folder is skipped. • “HDD Full,” “SD Full,” “Track Full,”...

  • Page 117

    Symptoms • “SD Loading Error” appears on the display. (You cannot open the control panel.) • “Write Protect” appears on the display. • “No SD Card” appears on the display. • “No Disc” appears on the display. • “No Magazine” appears on the display.

  • Page 118

    Specifications NAVIGATION SYSTEM System & Service: L1, C/A code Global Positioning System Standard Positioning Service Reception System: 15-channel multi-channel reception system Reception Frequency: 1 575.42 MHz Sensitivity: –130 dBm Update Rate: 1/second, continuous [GPS Antenna] Polarization: Right Handed Circular Polarization Dimensions (approx.): 30.4 mm ×...

  • Page 119

    HDD/SD SECTION MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer 3): Max. Bit Rate: 320 kbps WMA (Windows Media ® Audio): Max. Bit Rate: 192 kbps GENERAL Power Requirement: Operating Voltage: DC 14.4 V (11 V to 16 V allowance) Grounding System: Negative ground Allowable Operating Temperature: 0°C to +40°C Allowable Operating Altitude:...

  • Page 120

    GeoBase ®. TERMS AND CONDITIONS Personal Use Only. Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, JVC and its licensors (including their licensors and suppliers), as appropriate, hereby grant you a non-transferable, non-exclusive license to use the Product together with JVC TBT Car Navigation Application Software for the solely personal, non-commercial purposes for which you were licensed, and not for service bureau, time-sharing or other similar purposes.

  • Page 121

    No Warranty. The Product is provided to you “as is”, and you agree to use it at your own risk. JVC and its licensors (and their licensors and suppliers) make no guarantees, representations, conditions or warranties of any kind, express or implied, arising by law or otherwise, respecting the Product including but not limited to,...

  • Page 122

    Governing Law. The above terms and conditions shall be governed by the laws of the Netherlands, without giving effect to (i) its conflict of laws provisions, or (ii) the United Nations Convention for Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, which is explicitly excluded. You agree to submit to the jurisdiction of The Netherlands for any and all disputes, claims and actions arising from or in connection with the Product provided to you hereunder.

  • Page 123

    Having TROUBLE with operation? Please reset your unit Refer to page of How to reset your unit Haben Sie PROBLEME mit dem Betrieb? Bitte setzen Sie Ihr Gerät zurück Siehe Seite Zurücksetzen des Geräts Vous avez des PROBLÈMES de fonctionnement? Réinitialisez votre appareil Référez-vous à...

  • Page 124

    ENGLISH This unit is designed to operate only on 12 V DC, NEGATIVE ground electrical systems. If your vehicle does not have this system, a voltage inverter is required, which can be purchased at JVC IN-CAR ENTERTAINMENT dealers. • Read this manual carefully and thoroughly. Especially pay attention to the safety instructions.

  • Page 125

    INSTALLATION (MONTAGE DANS LE TABLEAU DE BORD) L’illustration suivante est un exemple d’installation typique. Si vous avez des questions ou avez besoin d’information sur des kits d’installation, consultez votre revendeur d’autoradios JVC ou une compagnie d’approvisionnement. • Si vous n’êtes pas sûr de pouvoir installer correctement cet appareil, faites-le installer par un technicien qualifié.

  • Page 126

    Measure this angle. Mesurez cet angle. * Il n’est pas recommandé d’installer l’apareil avec un angle de plus de 30˚; sinon, cela peut entraîner un mauvais fonctionnement. Digital optical cable (not supplied) Câble optique numérique (non fourni) KD-NX901 DIGITAL OUT VIDEO OUT...

  • Page 127

    • Be sure to ground this unit to the car’s chassis again after installation. Notes: • Replace the fuse with one of the specified rating. If the fuse blows frequently, consult your JVC IN-CAR ENTERTAINMENT dealer. • It is recommended to connect to the speakers with maximum power of more than 50 W (both at the rear and at the front, with an impedance of 4 Ω...

  • Page 128

    Purple with black stripe Green Purple Violet avec bande noire Vert Violet Right speaker (rear) Left speaker (rear) Enceinte droite (arrière) Enceinte gauche (arrière) KD-NX901 Purple with white stripe Violet avec bande blanche To car battery À la batterie de la voiture...

  • Page 129

    If your car is equipped with the steering wheel remote controller, you can operate this receiver using the controller. To do it, a JVC’s OE remote adapter (not supplied) which matches with your car is required. Consult your JVC IN-CAR ENTERTAINMENT dealer for details.

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