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Kenwood DDX7025 Instruction Manual

Kenwood monitor with dvd receiver instruction manual ddx7025.
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DDX7025
MONITOR WITH DVD RECEIVER
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
© PRINTED IN JAPAN B64-2838-00/00 (E)(AI)

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    DDX7025 MONITOR WITH DVD RECEIVER INSTRUCTION MANUAL © PRINTED IN JAPAN B64-2838-00/00 (E)(AI)

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Before Use ...4 About discs ...6 Notes on playing MP3/WMA ...7 DDX7025 Basic operations ...8 Basic Operations of Remote Controller ...10 Switch Screen Mode...12 Control during DVD Video or Video CD Playback ...14 • Displaying the DVD/VCD Playback screen •...

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    TV Setup ...70 • Displaying the TV1 Area Set Up screen • Displaying the TV2 Area Set Up screen RDS Setup ...71 • Displaying the RDS Set Up 1 screen • Displaying the RDS Set Up 2 screen DAB Set Up ...72 •...

  • Page 4: Before Use

    (e.g., coins or metal tools) inside the unit. • If the unit starts to emit smoke or strange smells, turn off the power immediately and consult your Kenwood dealer. • Do not touch the liquid crystal fluid if the LCD is damaged or broken due to shock.

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    Region codes in the world The DVD players are given a region code according to the country or area it is marketed, as shown in the following map. Icons on the DVD discs Icon Indicates the region code where the disc can be played. Number of voice languages recorded with the audio function.

  • Page 6: About Discs

    About discs Handling discs • Don’t touch the recording surface of the disc. • CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, and DVD+R/RW are easier to damage than a normal music CD. Use a CD-R/RW, DVD- R/RW, or DVD+R/RW after reading the caution items on the package etc.

  • Page 7: Notes On Playing Mp3/wma

    Notes on playing MP3/WMA This unit can play MP3 (MPEG1 Audio Layer 3)/WMA. Note, however, that the MP3/WMA recording media and formats acceptable are limited. When writing MP3/WMA, pay attention to the following restrictions. Acceptable media The MP3/WMA recording media acceptable to this unit are CD-ROM, CD-R, and CD-RW.

  • Page 8: Ddx7025 Basic Operations

    DDX7025 Basic operations 8 English...

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    1 Play Disc [Disc insertion slot] A disc is played when you insert it. 2 Play/Pause [ 38 ] key Pauses and replays a disc. 3 Eject Disc [EJECT] key The disc is ejected. 4 Switch Video Sources [V.SEL] key The video sources are switched each time you press the key.

  • Page 10: Basic Operations Of Remote Controller

    Basic Operations of Remote Controller 1 Remote Control Mode selector Selects one of the following remote control modes. TV source DVD: Built-in DVD/VCD/CD/MP3/WMA player source AUD: Tuner source or attached disc changer/disc player source 2 Volume Control Adjusts the volume. 10 English 3 [DISC] Stops to play the built-in disc player.

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    6 Joystick [DVD] Enters your selection from the DVD Disc Menu. 7 [DVD] [VCD] Returns to the previous screen when the DVD/VCD Disc Menu is used. 8 [DVD] Calls the Top menu of DVD Disc Menu. 9 Switch Video Sources [V.SEL] key (When 1 is set to "TV") The video sources are switched each time you press the key.

  • Page 12: Switch Screen Mode

    Switch Screen Mode The Screen mode of the monitor changes each time the [MODE] key is pressed. • When the Menu, Easy Control screen, or Navigation is selected, it is shown in the full-size display mode automatically. Their Screen mode cannot be changed. •...

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  • Page 14: Control During Dvd Video Or Video Cd Playback, Displaying The Dvd/vcd Playback Screen

    Information Display Button Area (see page 19) • For DVD/VCD playback, DVD/VCD picture selection, or controller key operations, see <DDX7025 Basic Operations> (see page 8). • The information display is cleared automatically after approximately 5 seconds. Also, the information can be displayed automatically when...

  • Page 15: Displaying The Easy Control Panel

    CD (VCD) disc. Displaying the Easy Control Panel The Control Panel is displayed in a floating position of the DVD/VCD screen. Display the Easy Control Panel T i t l e 1 C h a p 3 DVD VIDEO MODE: F U L L T i t l e 1 C h a p 3 DVD VIDEO...

  • Page 16: Displaying The Dvd/vcd Control Screen

    Control during DVD Video or Video CD Playback Displaying the DVD/VCD Control screen Plays a DVD/VCD using various functions. DVD/VCD Control screen DVD V I DEO Audio Set Up Direct P B C T i t l e 1 C h a p K E N W O O D T-REP 16 English...

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  • Page 18: Dvd Disc Menu

    Control during DVD Video or Video CD Playback DVD Disc Menu Selects an option from the DVD Disc Menu. Displays the Disc Menu Control screen DVD Disc Menu Control Buttons Area (page 14) M e n u S U B 1 0 / 1 0 C t r l Z o o m...

  • Page 19: Vcd Zoom Control, Information Display, Direct Search

    VCD Zoom Control Displays an enlarged VCD screen. Displays the Zoom Control screen Zoom Control Button Area (page 14) Z o o m C t r l O f f Zoom 1 Changes the zoom ratio at 4 levels (2 times, 3 times, 4 times, or off) each time you touch.

  • Page 20: Tuner Control, Displaying The Easy Control Panel, Seek Mode

    AV - I N SEEK 9 8 . 1 M H z • For receiver key operations, see <DDX7025 Basic Operations> (see page 8). • The Easy Control Panel display is cleared when you touch the center of image display area.

  • Page 21: Displaying The Tuner Control Screen, Displaying The Tuner Menu Screen, Seek Mode, Auto Memory

    Displaying the Tuner Control screen You can tune in a station using various functions. Tuner Control screen TUNER M e n u Audio Set Up Direct LO.S SEEK DISP N e x t N e x t F M 1 P r e s e t 1 9 8 .

  • Page 22: Seek Mode, Auto Memory

    Tuner Control Seek Mode Sets a station selection. SEEK is not shown, touch SEEK The mode is switched each time you touch the button. Tunes in a station with good AUTO 1 reception automatically. Tune in stations in memory one AUTO 2 after another.

  • Page 23: Manual Memory, Preset Select

    Manual Memory Stores the current receiving station in memory. Select a station you wish to store in memory Store in memory — are not shown, touch Continue to touch until the memory number appears. Preset Select Lists and tunes in stations in memory one after the other.

  • Page 24: Direct Search, Traffic Information

    Tuner Control Direct Search Tunes in a station when its frequency is entered. Select a band Selects the Direct Search mode Enter a frequency — When you enter them, signal reception starts. Example: When you receive FM 92.1 MHz Example: When you receive AM 810 kHz The operation ends automatically if you do not operate within 10 seconds.

  • Page 25: Search For Program Type, Radio Text

    Search for Program Type A program is tuned when you set its program type. Call the Tuner Menu M e n u Call the PTY Search Menu P T Y S e a r c h TUNER A l l S p e e c h Audio A l l M u s i c Set Up...

  • Page 26: Cd/mp3/wma/disc Changer Play Control, Displaying The Easy Control Panel, Control Screen

    P 5 : 3 2 P 5 : 3 2 • For CD/MP3/WMA/Disc Changer playback and receiver key operations, see <DDX7025 Basic Operations> (see page 8). • The Easy Control Panel display is cleared when you touch the center of image display area.

  • Page 27: Control Screen, Set Disc Name

    Displaying the CD/MP3/WMA/ Disc Changer Control screen You can play the CD/MP3/WMA/disc changer using various functions. CD Control screen DVD CD M e n u Audio Set Up Direct DISP T r a c k 4 P 2 : 0 9 During CD playback 8 Calls the CD Menu.

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    CD/MP3/WMA/Disc Changer Play Control MP3/WMA Control screen DVD MP3/WMA M e n u Audio Set Up Direct N e x t N e x t ¡ K E N W O O D FREP 28 English During MP3/WMA play 1 3 : 5 0 j Calls the MP3/WMA Menu.

  • Page 29: Set Disc Name, Control Screen

    Disc Changer/CD player Control screen CD- CH M e n u D i s c Audio Set Up Direct D i s c N e x t N e x t DISP P 1 : 2 4 DREP MRDM During play by the disc changer/CD player 1 3 : 5 0 T Calls the Disc Changer/CD player Menu.

  • Page 30: Menu Screen, Control Screen

    CD/MP3/WMA/Disc Changer Play Control Displaying the CD/MP3/WMA/ Disc Changer Menu screen You can select menu options using various functions. M e n u CD Menu screen DVD CD Name S e t Audio Set Up S R C 30 English Selects options from various function menus.

  • Page 31: Directory List (during Mp3/wma Play, Set Disc Name

    Set Disc Name Names a CD. Play a CD you wish to name Call the CD/Disc Changer Menu M e n u Select the Set Name mode Name S e t Name S e t depending on the disc you are playing. Enter a name For character entry details, see <Character Entry>...

  • Page 32: Id3/wma Tag Display (during Mp3/wma Play, Disc Select (during Play By Disc Changer

    CD/MP3/WMA/Disc Changer Play Control ID3/WMA TAG Display (during MP3/WMA play) The ID3/WMA TAG information of MP3/WMA file is listed. Call the MP3/WMA Menu M e n u Display the ID3/WMA TAG Information M e n u T I T L E : Audio Set Up A R T I S T:...

  • Page 33: Mute Telephone, Mute Telephone

    Direct Search Searches for a disc or a song when its number is entered. During play on the built-in disc player Select the Direct Search mode The following items can be searched directly each time it is pressed. CD: Track number, Total play time MP3/WMA: Folder, File Enter a disc or track number —...

  • Page 34: Tv Control, Displaying The Tv Picture Screen, Displaying The Easy Control Panel, Seek Mode

    SEEK Preset 3 2 c h • For TV picture selection and receiver key operations, see <DDX7025 Basic Operations> (see page 8). • The information display is cleared automatically after approximately 5 seconds. Also, the information can be displayed automatically when it is updated (see page 65).

  • Page 35: Displaying The Tv Control Screen, Displaying The Tv Menu Screen, Seek Mode, Auto Memory

    Displaying the TV Control screen You can tune in a TV station using various functions. TV Control screen M e n u VIDEO Audio Set Up Direct SEEK N e x t N e x t T V 1 G r o u p 1 P r e s e t 3 AUTO 1 Displaying the TV Menu screen...

  • Page 36: Auto Memory, Seek Mode, Manual Memory

    TV Control Seek Mode Sets a TV station selection. SEEK is not shown, touch SEEK The mode is switched each time you touch the button. Tunes in a station with good AUTO 1 reception automatically. Tune in stations in memory one AUTO 2 after another.

  • Page 37: Preset Select, Set Station Name

    Preset Select Lists and tunes in stations in memory one after the other. Select a band you wish to call Call the TV Menu (P35 r ) M e n u Call the Preset Select Menu P r e s e t S e l e c t T V 1 1 ) 1 c h M e n u...

  • Page 38: Dab Tuner Control, Displaying The Easy Control Panel, Seek Mode

    AV - I N SEEK 2 2 0 . 0 9 4 M H Z • For system key operations, see <DDX7025 Basic Operations> (see page 8). • The Easy Control Panel display is cleared when you touch the center of image display area.

  • Page 39: Displaying The Dab Tuner Control Screen, Displaying The Dab Tuner Menu Screen, Seek Mode

    Displaying the DAB Tuner Control screen You can select the Ensemble and services using various functions. DAB Tuner Control screen M e n u Se r v i c e Audio Set Up B a n d Direct Se r v i c e N e x t N e x t SEEK...

  • Page 40: Auto Ensemble Memory, Seek Mode, Service Preset Memory, Service Select

    DAB Tuner control Seek Mode A service selection method can be set. SEEK is not shown, touch SEEK The mode display is switched each time you touch the button. Tunes in an ensemble with good AUTO 1 reception automatically. Selects services in memory one AUTO 2 after another.

  • Page 41: Service Select, Language Filter

    Service Select The service list of the currently receiving ensemble is displayed for your selection. Call the DAB Tuner Menu M e n u Call the Service Select Menu S e r v i c e S e l e c t S e r v i c e Name M e n u Audio...

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    DAB Tuner control Search for Program Type The services are received when you set its program type. Call the DAB Tuner Menu M e n u Call the PTY Search Menu P T Y S e a r c h Audio Set Up N e w s...

  • Page 43: Dab Information, Dab Announcement

    DAB Information The DAB information is displayed. Call the DAB Tuner Menu M e n u Display the DAB Information screen DAB I n f o r m a t i o n M e n u S e r v i c e L a b e l : Audio Set Up E n s e m b l e L a b e l :...

  • Page 44: Character Entry, How To Use The Character Entry Screen

    Character Entry How To Use the Character Entry screen When you select the Set Disc Name mode or others, the following screen appears for character entry. Character Entry screen K E N W O O D Space 1 Shifts the cursor. 2 Enters a space.

  • Page 45: Source Select, Displaying The Control Screen, Displaying The Source Select Screen

    Source Select Source Select The source you wish to listen to can be selected quickly. Displaying the Control screen Press this key several times unit the Control screen appears. Control screen DVD V I DEO Audio Set Up Direct T i t l e 1 C h a p K E N W O O D T-REP...

  • Page 46: Adjusting The Monitor Display Position And Quality, Displaying The Screen Control Screen

    Adjusting the Monitor Display Position and Quality Adjusting the Monitor Display Position and Quality You can adjust the position and picture quality of the monitor. Displaying the Screen Control screen You can adjust the picture quality using the following keys. Screen Control screen Displaying the Tilt Adjust screen...

  • Page 47: Setup Menu, Displaying The Control Screen

    Setup Menu Setup Menu You can set up various receiver parameters. Displaying the Control screen Press this key several times until the Control screen appears. Control screen DVD V I DEO Audio Set Up Direct T i t l e 1 C h a p K E N W O O D T-REP...

  • Page 48: Displaying The Audio Set Up Screen

    Setup Menu Audio Set Up You can setup a speaker network, etc. Displaying the Audio Set Up screen Au d i o S e t Speaker setup screen M e n u Audio X ' Ov e r Set Up F r o n t L&R Standard Sp e a k e r...

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    Crossover Network Setup You can set a crossover frequency of speakers. (P48 4 ) X ' Ov e r X'Over setup screen X ' O v e r H PF F r o n t F R E Q T H R H PF R e a r F R E Q T H R L P F S U B F R E Q...

  • Page 50: Displaying The Car Type Set Up Screen

    Setup Menu Audio Set Up You can set up more detailed settings by connecting the optional accessory DSP Displaying the Car Type Set Up screen If your vehicle type is selected, the Digital Time Alignment is set automatically (for timing adjustment of sound output for each channel) to have the highest surround effects.

  • Page 51: Displaying The Speaker Set Up Screen, Displaying The Channel Level Screen, Channel Level, Dta Setup

    unit. Displaying the Speaker Set Up screen When the speaker type and size are set, the speaker crossover network and equalizer curve are set automatically. Speaker Set Up screen X ' Ov e r HPF M e n u Audio X ' Ov e r LPF Set Up M u l t i...

  • Page 52: Channel Level, Dta Setup

    Setup Menu Channel Level Set the volume at each setup position. Select a speaker you wish to adjust Channel Level setup screen M e n u Audio Set Up T e s t Ce n t e r + 1 0 dB C h a n n e l 1 Left front speaker 2 Right front speaker...

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    Set a delay time The speakers are virtually moved to the desired distance. When the values of center speaker and front speakers increase, they are virtually moved forward. When the values of rear speakers and subwoofer increase, they are virtually moved backward. Store or call your setup into/from memory To store your setup in memory P r e s e t...

  • Page 54: High Pass Filter Setup

    Setup Menu High Pass Filter Setup You can manually set a High Pass Filter of Crossover Network. X ' Ov e r HPF H P F F r o n t H P F R e a r 1 0 0 H z 1 0 0 H z 1 Sets a crossover frequency of Front High Pass Filter.

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  • Page 56: Displaying The Dvd Setup 1 Screen, Language Setup

    Setup Menu DVD Setup You can set up the DVD play. Displaying the DVD SETUP 1 screen DVD SETUP DVD SETUP 1 screen M e n u Menu LANG Audio Set Up S u b t i t l e LANG A u d i o LANG Dynam i c R a n g e DVD S ETUP 1...

  • Page 57: Displaying The Dvd Setup 2 Screen

    Displaying the DVD SETUP 2 screen DVD SETUP 2 screen M e n u Ang l e Mar k Audio Set Up S c r e e n R a t i o 4 : 3 LB P a l e n t a l L e v e l O f f O u t p u t...

  • Page 58: Language Setup, Displaying The Dvd Setup 1 Screen

    Setup Menu Language Setup Select a language you use for the speech and menus. Display the Language Setup screen See <Displaying the DVD SETUP 1 screen> (see page 56) and select a language you wish to use. A u d i o LANG C l e ar 1 Enters a language code.

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    Parental Level Setup Sets a parental level. Display the Parental Level code number screen (P57 q ) S e t P a r e n t a l Pa s s * * * * C l e ar Can c e l 1 Enters a code number.

  • Page 60: Displaying The System Set Up 1 Screen

    Setup Menu System Setup You can set up the system parameters. Displaying the System Set Up 1 screen S y s t em S e t U p System Set Up 1 screen M e n u Be e p Audio Set Up S c r o l l...

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    Displaying the System Set Up 2 screen System Set Up 2 screen M e n u C D R e a d Audio Set Up K e y I L LUM I G r e e n S y s t e m Se t U p 2 8 Sets a music CD playback.

  • Page 62: Displaying The Av I/f 1 Screen

    2 Calls the Sound Effects Menu. (see page 76) 3 Calls the Setup Menu. 4 Selects a navigation system connection. ( "RGB" : Allows the Kenwood’s Navigation System "AV-IN": Allows a third-party navigation system to AV - I N V I DEO "OFF"...

  • Page 63

    Displaying the AV I/F 2 screen AV I/F 2 screen M e n u AV - OUT Audio AV - I N Set Up N A V I n t e r r u p t i o n F - A l l N AV G u i d e Vo l u m e L e v e l L i n e Mu t e I / F 2...

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    Setup Menu User Interface You can set up user interface (IF) parameters. Displaying the User I/F 1 screen U s e r I / F S e t User I/F 1 screen M e n u Audio Set Up Wa l l P a p e r U s e r 64 English 1 Returns to the Control screen of the previous...

  • Page 65

    Displaying the User I/F 2 screen User I/F 2 screen M e n u O n SCRN NAV Audio Set Up O n SCRN VIDEO O n SCRN DVD O n SCRN TV U s e r I / F 2 6 Sets an on-screen display of the navigation screen.

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    Setup Menu Touch Panel Adjust You can adjust the touch panel operations. Display the Touch Panel Adjust screen Touch Ad j ust Touch Ad j ust to display it. M e n u To u c h A d j u s t Audio Set Up T ouch...

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    Clock Adjusts the clock time. Display the Clock Screen Clock Ad j ust is not shown, touch Clock Ad j ust to display it. M e n u Audio PM 1 1 : 1 8 Set Up Res e t SYNC C l o c k 1 Returns to the Control screen of the previous...

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    Setup Menu Security Code Setup You can set a security code to protect your receiver system against theft. When the Security Code function is activated it can't be released. Note, your Security Code is the 4 digit number entered in your "Car Audio Passport" in this package. Display the Security Code Setup screen Secur i t y Set Up Secur i t y Set Up...

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    If you have pressed the Reset button or if you have disconnected the Receiver from battery... Enter the correct security code — You must enter the same security code as that you have entered in Step 3 above. Enter the security code E n t e r Now, you can use your Receiver.

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    Setup Menu TV Setup (with the optional accessory TV Tuner connected only) The TV signal receiving areas can be set. Displaying the TV1 Area Set Up screen T V S e t U p TV1 Area Set Up screen M e n u Audio A u s t r a l i a Set Up...

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    RDS Setup The related RDS parameters can be set. Displaying the RDS Set Up 1 screen R D S S e t U p RDS Set Up1 screen M e n u N e w s Audio O f f Set Up R e g i o n a l A u t o...

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    Setup Menu DAB Set Up (with the optional accessory DAB Tuner connected only) The DAB reception can be set. Displaying the DAB Set Up screen DA B S e t U p DAB Set Up screen DA B P r i o r i t y M e n u Audio D R C...

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    Announcement Selection Various announcement reception parameters can be set. Displays the Announcement Selection screen S e t Announcemen t We a t h e r Ev e n t S p e c i a l Ev e n t R a d i o I n f o 1 Turns the Announcement Reception function On...

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    Setup Menu AMP Control (with the optional accessory LX Power AMP connected only) Sets the power amp connected via the LX bus. Displaying the AMP Control screen A M P C t r l AMP Control screen M e n u Audio Set Up A M P 1 V O L T 1 4 .

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    Sound Effects Menu Sound Effects Menu You can set up the receiver sound effects. Displaying the Control screen Control screen DVD V I DEO Audio Set Up Direct T i t l e 1 C h a p K E N W O O D T-REP Displaying the Sound Effects Menu screen...

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    Audio Control You can adjust the front and rear and right and left audio balance. Displaying the Audio Control 1 screen Au d i o Co n t r o l Audio Control 1 screen F r o n t M e n u Audio Set Up...

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    Sound Effects Menu Equalizer You can set up the equalizer. Displaying the Equalizer screen E q u a l i z e r Equalizer screen M e n u Audio Set Up S y s t e m Q N a t u r a l S y s t e m Q -Ex Equa l i z e r 78 English...

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    Tone curve setup You can set a Tone curve. Display the Tone setup screen To n e Tone setup screen To n e FREQ B a s s Le v e l M i d d l e Q F a c t o r 1 .

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    Sound Effects Menu Parametric Equalizer You can Manually set the equalizer curve by adjusting the center frequency, gain and Q value. (with the optional accessory DSP unit connected) Display the Parametric Equalizer screen P - E Q P aramet r i c Equ a l i z e r B a n d 1 B a n d 2...

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    Sound Effects Menu Zone Control You can set the front and rear audio source. Displaying the Zone Control screen Z o n e C o n t r o l Zone Control screen (when the Zone function is On) M e n u D u a l Audio Set Up...

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    Digital Effect (with the optional accessory DSP unit connected only) You can set up the Digital Effect. Displaying the Digital Effect screen D i g i t a l E f f e c t Digital Effect screen M e n u PCM C e n t e r Audio Set Up...

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    Sound Effects Menu Position (with the optional accessory DSP unit connected only) You can adjust the sound effects according to your listening position. Displaying the Position screen Po s i t io n Position screen M e n u Audio Set Up Po s i t i on F r o n t...

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    Hands-Free Unit Control GSM control You can call the following control screens if the GSM is connected to the system. Displaying the Control screen Or the telephone is called. GSM Control screen Hands F r e e K E N W O O D 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 S e t Up 86 English...

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    When called When you are called, you can use the hands- free phone. Respond to a phone call When the telephone is called, the GSM Control screen appears automatically. Terminate the phone call The previous screen reappears. When dialing Originate a call by entering a phone number. Enter a phone number —...

  • Page 88

    Hands-Free Unit Control Calling by Phone Book You can call a person using his/her phone number that you have registered in the Phone Book. Display the Search for Phone Book screen The Initial Input screen appears. Initial Input screen Phone Book L i s t Ty p e 1 Switches the character type.

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    Addition to Phone Book You can add a phone number to the Phone Book. Enter a phone number you wish to register — Start phone number registration Device Select screen D e v i c e S e l e c t S I M C A R D I N M E M O R Y 1 Registers a phone number in the SIM card.

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    Hands-Free Unit Control Editing the Phone Book You can edit data you have registered in the Phone Book. Select an item you wish to edit Name See the <Calling by Phone Book> (see page 88) and select an item you wish to edit on the Phone Book List screen.

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    Quick Dialing You can register up to 3 phone numbers for quick dialing. To register a phone number: Display a phone number you wish to register See the <Calling by Phone Book> (see page 88) and <When dialing> (see page 87). Register the phone number —...

  • Page 92

    Hands-Free Unit Control Reading the SMS (Short Message Service) messages You can display messages received by the SMS. Display the BOX Message List screen BOX Message List screen Box L i s t 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6...

  • Page 93

    Send the message Returns to the GSM Control screen. The extended code characters are displayed only when a cellular phone supporting the GSM alphabets is connected. Each of extended code characters (^, {, }, \, [, ], ¯, |, €) occupies a two-character memory space when registered.

  • Page 94

    Glossary DVD: Digital Versatile Disc A type of disc which contains recording of audio/video packaged media with high video and audio quality, such as a movie, featuring large recording capacity and digital signal processing capability. VCD: VIDEO CD A type of CD which contains the recording of moving images.

  • Page 95

    Troubleshooting Guide Some system functions are limited to control depending on your setup. ¶ The rear speakers of DTA cannot be set. ¶ The "Channel Level" of rear speakers cannot be set. ¶ No signals can be set. ¶ The "Equalizer" cannot be set. ¶...

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    Troubleshooting Guide What might appear to be a malfunction in your unit may just be the result of slight misoperation or miswiring. Before calling service, first check the following table for possible problems. ■ General The power does not turn on. •...

  • Page 97

    No sound can be heard, or the volume is low. • Attenuator is turned on. • The fader or balance settings are set all the way to one side. • The input/output wires or wiring harness are connected incorrectly. The sound quality is poor or distorted. •...

  • Page 98

    Troubleshooting Guide The viewing angle cannot be changed. • The DVD disc being played does not contain the recording of more than one angle. • You are attempting to switch the angle in a DVD section where more than one angle is not recorded. Playback will not start even after a title is selected.

  • Page 99

    60°C (140°F), the disc will start playing again. Mecha Error The disc player is malfunctioning. ] 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 The unplayable discs is inserted.

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    Specifications Specifications subject to change without notice. Monitor section Picture size...6.4 inches wide Display system ...Transparent TN LCD panel Drive system ...TFT active matrix system Number of pixels...336,960 (480H×234V×RGB) Effective pixels ...99.99% Pixel arrangement...RGB striped arrangement Back lighting ...Cold Cathode Fluorescent Tube DVD section D/A Converter ...24Bit Decoder ...Linear PCM/Dolby digital/dts/MP3/WMA...

  • Page 101

    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.

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