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JVC KD-ADV49 Instructions Manual

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  • Page 1 DVD/CD RECEIVER RECEPTOR CON DVD/CD RÉCEPTEUR DVD/CD KD-ADV49/KD-AVX44 For canceling the display demonstration, see page 7. Para cancelar la demonstración en pantalla, consulte la página 7. Pour annuler la démonstration des affichages, référez-vous à la page 7. For installation and connections, refer to the separate manual.
  • Page 2 – Chemical changes occur inside, causing Caution malfunction. Changes or modifications not approved by JVC could – Pictures may not appear clearly or may move void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. slowly. Pictures may not be synchronized with...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    How to reset your unit Contents INTRODUCTION Playable disc type ......4 Before operations ......5 OPERATIONS • Your preset adjustments (except for the registered Basic operations—AV menu ..... 6 Bluetooth devices) will also be erased. Basic operations—Control panel ..8 Basic operations—...
  • Page 4: Playable Disc Type

    Playable disc type Disc type Recording format, file type, etc. Playable DVD Video (Region Code: 1)* DVD Audio DVD-ROM DVD Recordable/Rewritable DVD Video (DVD-R/-RW* , +R/+RW* DVD-VR • DVD Video: UDF bridge DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2 • DVD-VR JPEG • DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2/JPEG/MP3/WMA/WAV/ MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC* AAC: Compliant to ISO 9660 level 1, level 2, MPEG4 Romeo, Joliet DVD+VR...
  • Page 5: Before Operations

    Before operations Touch pad controls Monitor The lights of the touch pad controls and monitor are How to operate the unit by the touch pad turned off when no operation is done for about 10 controls seconds. You can operate the unit by touching the appropriate The lights are turned on in the following cases: part of the touch pad controls.
  • Page 6: Operations Basic Operations-Av Menu

    Basic operations— AV menu You can use the menus to set up various settings from <AV Menu>. For details of each menu and setting, see “Menu items.” ( pages 52 to 60) AV Menu Enter Setup ⁄ Turn on the power. Select an item.
  • Page 7: Canceling The Display Demonstration And Setting The Clock

    Canceling the display demonstration and setting the clock Setup Display Clock Disc Setup 1 Disc Setup 2 Tuner AV Menu Clock Time Set Time Format OSD Clock Enter Clock Adjust Setup 1:00AM Time Set Hours 3:00PM Setup Exit Display Clock Disc Setup 1 Disc Setup 2 Tuner...
  • Page 8: Basic Operations-Control Panel

    Basic operations — Control panel 1 Selects sources. • “Tuner”: Selects preset stations. “Tuner” or “HD Radio” = “Satellite Radio • “HD Radio”: Selects multicast channels. (SIRIUS/XM)” = “Disc” = “USB” or ”USB iPod” • “Satellite Radio”: Selects categories. = “Changer,” ”iPod,” or ”External Input” = •...
  • Page 9: Changing The Display Information

    To tilt the control panel To attach the control panel Touch TILT repeatedly. Changing the display information Available display information varies among the playback sources. Each time you touch DISP, the display changes to show the various information. Ex.: When the playback source is a DVD video disc. Playback picture screen (only for video sources) Source information screen 3:45...
  • Page 10: Remote Controller (Rm-Rk252)

    Basic operations — Remote controller (RM-RK252) Main elements and features Installing the battery R03/LR03/AAA Insert the batteries into the remote controller by matching the polarity (+ and –) correctly. Caution: Battery shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like. If the range or effectiveness of the remote controller decreases, replace both batteries.
  • Page 11 • 4 / ¢: 6 • Enters numbers (while holding SHIFT). ( pages – Reverse skip/forward skip 13, 19 to 22, 36, and 45) – Reverse search/forward search [Hold] • Selects the preset phone number. In menu selecting mode: • “Tuner,” “HD Radio,” and “Satellite Radio”: –...
  • Page 12: Listening To The Radio

    Listening to the radio TUNER FLAT FM1 P1 87.5 MHz ABC Radio A Band Search for a station—Auto Search. B Sound mode ( page 50) C Preset no. • Manual Search: Hold either until D Frequency “Manual Search” appears on the monitor, then E Assigned station name ( touch it repeatedly.
  • Page 13: Selecting Preset Stations

    Store the station. AV Menu TUNER FLAT FM1 P4 92.5 MHz Enter No Name Mode [Hold] The station selected in step 2 is now stored in preset number 4. Mode Mono Selecting preset stations Title Entry Start On the remote: Local FM stations with the strongest signals are searched and stored automatically in the FM band.
  • Page 14: Disc Operations

    Disc operations The disc type is automatically detected, and playback starts automatically (for some discs: automatic start depends on its internal program). If a disc does not have any disc menu, all tracks in it will be played repeatedly until you change the source or eject the disc.
  • Page 15 DIGITAL VIDEO MULTI 0:01:20 CHAP.RPT A Disc type 4 ¢: Touch: Selects chapter. B Audio format Hold: Reverse/forward search C Sound/surround mode ( pages 22 and 50) 5 ∞: Selects title. D Title no./Chapter no./Playing time E Playback mode DISP: Touch if necessary ( page 9).
  • Page 16 FLAT 0:01:20 A PBC indicator lights up when PBC is in use. 4 ¢: Touch: Selects track. B Sound/surround mode ( pages 22 and 50) Hold: Reverse/forward search C Track no./Playing time DISP: Touch if necessary ( page 9) FLAT 0:01:20 Current Track Title Artist Name...
  • Page 17 Selecting playback modes Mode Repeat You can use Repeat or Random playback mode. Random Ex.: To select Track Repeat Repeat Track Folder AV Menu When one of the playback modes is selected, the Enter corresponding indicator lights up on the source Mode information screen.
  • Page 18: Selecting Tracks On The List

    Selecting tracks on the list Operations using the remote controller—RM-RK252 If a disc includes folders, you can display the Folder/ Track (File) Lists, then start playback. Enter <Folder List>. Folder List My Best Cinema Pops My Best2 Favorite Song Cinema2 [Hold] •...
  • Page 19 Stops playback. Stops playback. Starts or pauses playback. Starts or pauses playback. • Reverse/forward search (No sound • Reverse/forward search (No sound can be heard.) can be heard.) • Slow motion during pause. (No sound • Forward slow motion during pause. can be heard.) (No sound can be heard.) •...
  • Page 20 Stops playback. Starts or pauses playback. Reverse/forward search (No sound can be heard.) • Selects track. • Reverse/forward search [Hold] (No sound can be heard.) Selects folder. Selects track (within the same folder). [Twice] Selects folder. Changes the aspect ratio of the playback pictures.
  • Page 21 During PBC playback... Stops playback. Selects an item on the menu. Starts or pauses playback. (Slide show: Returns to the previous menu. each file is shown for a few seconds.) Shows the current file until you change it if To cancel PBC playback pressed during Slide show.
  • Page 22 Enjoying surround sounds You can enjoy multi-channel surround playback through the front, center, surround speakers. • After connecting the center speaker, make sure to activate the center speaker; otherwise, no sound comes out of the center speaker ( page 55). •...
  • Page 23 To turn on the surround To change the <Dolby PLII Music> setting In step 4 in the left column... Select <Dolby PLII Music>. Surround On Auto AV Menu Through Dolby PLII Movie Dolby PLII Music Enter Enter each sub-screen then select the desired Disc Surround setting.
  • Page 24 Operations using the on-screen bar (DVD/VCD/DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2/ JPEG) These operations are possible on the monitor using the remote controller. Display the on-screen bar. ( page 25) Ÿ Select an item. Make a selection. • When a pop-up menu appears... • For entering time/numbers... To move the entry position: To select a number: ⁄...
  • Page 25 On-screen bar T02-C03 TOTAL 1:25:58 Information DVD -V C. RPT TIME TITLE CHAP Operation Above example is of DVD Video. Items shown on the bar vary depending on the disc type. 1 Disc type 5 Time indication 2 • DVD: Audio signal format Elapsed playing time of the disc TOTAL •...
  • Page 26: Dual Zone Operations

    Operate the DVD/CD player. Enter Dual Zone * JVC original headphone virtual surround system. This surround will also work for the main source “Disc” if “On/Surround On” is selected as the sub-source. This surround does not work for DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2 discs.
  • Page 27 1 Current folder (highlighted bar) 2 Current folder no./total folder no. Ex.: CD Text 3 Folder list * If tag data includes “Jacket Picture” (baseline JPEG), it will be displayed. If you press OSD, the playback mode TIME 00:14 T. RPT Track : 6 / 14 selection window appears.
  • Page 28 While not playing... Display the Original Program/Play List screen. Display the list screen. ORIGINAL PROGRAM No Date itle 1 04/25/08 4ch 19:00 JVC DVD World 2008 Folder : 144/240 Track 144/198 Page : 4/7 2 05/17/08 8ch 10:30 fol120 fol130 fol140 fol150...
  • Page 29: Usb Operations

    • All tracks on the USB device will be played repeatedly until you change the source. BAND: Stops playback. Except for MPEG2 files recorded by JVC Everio camcorder (extension code <.mod>). Connect a USB device. This unit can play back AAC files encoded using “USB”...
  • Page 30 Caution: • Avoid using the USB device if it might hinder your safety driving. • Do not pull out and attach the USB device repeatedly while “Now Reading...” is flashing on the monitor. • Do not start the car engine if a USB device is connected. •...
  • Page 31: Bluetooth® Operations

    • The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Victor Company of Japan, Limited (JVC) is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.
  • Page 32 Bluetooth The device remains registered even after you Dial Menu disconnect the device. Use <Phone Connect> (or Device Menu Settings activate <Auto Connect>) to connect the same device from next time on. ( page 60) Phone Connect Connecting/disconnecting a registered Deviec Menu device Phone Connect...
  • Page 33: Deleting A Registered Device

    Deleting a registered device Making a call You can make hands-free calls using the unit. AV Menu The built-in microphone is behind the upper left hand Enter Bluetooth corner of the unit. The sound comes out from the connected speakers. Bluetooth Dial Menu Device Menu...
  • Page 34 Displays only when the dialed or received number is Select the method to make a call. made through the unit. Dial Menu For copying,  page 35. Redial Received Calls For presetting,  page 36. Phonebook Preset Calls Phone Number 09845671234 You can also enter <Dial Menu>...
  • Page 35 How to enter a phone number To copy the phone book You can copy the phone book memory of a cellular Select a number. Move the entry position. phone into the unit. • To delete an unwanted digit, select a blank. AV Menu •...
  • Page 36 To call a preset number On the remote: Operate the target cellular phone. Enter the same PIN code (as entered in the above step) on the cellular phone then transfer the phone book memory to the unit. (Refer to the instruction manual supplied with your cellular phone.) On the unit: Finish the procedure.
  • Page 37: Using The Bluetooth Audio Player

    Bluetooth Information: – If the sound is not yet restored, connect the device If you wish to receive more information about again. ( “Connecting/disconnecting a registered Bluetooth, visit the following JVC web site: <http:// device” on page 32)> OPERATIONS...
  • Page 38: Listening To The Ipod

    Listening to the iPod You can connect the iPod using the following cable or adapter: Cable/adapter To operate  “When connected with the USB cable” below. To listen to the music USB 2.0 cable (supplied for the iPod)  “When connected with the interface adapter” Interface Adapter for iPod—...
  • Page 39 Select an item. Repeat EX.: When <Music> is selected in step 2. Music Playlists Artists Albums Songs Podcasts Genres Repeat: One: Functions the same as “Repeat One” of the iPod. • Repeat the procedure to select the desired All: Functions the same as “Repeat track/video.
  • Page 40: When Connected With The Interface Adapter

    When connected with the interface adapter iPod FLAT 01 0:01:20 Track Title Artist Name Album Title Selecting a track from the player’s menu ∞: Pauses playback – To resume, touch again Enter the player’s menu. • This mode will be canceled if no operations are A Source name done for about 5 seconds.
  • Page 41: Listening To The Cd Changer

    <Disc List> “No Name” appears for conventional CDs. <Folder List> <File List> then start playing a track you want. It is recommended to use a JVC MP3-compatible CD Disc List MP3 DISC changer with your unit. DISC 02 DISC 03 •...
  • Page 42 Selecting playback modes You can use Repeat or Random playback mode. Repeat Ex.: To select Track Repeat Track Folder Disc When one of the playback modes is selected, the corresponding indicator lights up on the source AV Menu information screen. Enter To cancel, select <Off>...
  • Page 43: Listening To The Satellite Radio

    Before operating, connect either one of the following (separately purchased) to the CD changer jack on the rear of this unit. • JVC SIRIUS Satellite radio interface, KS-SRA100, for listening to SIRIUS Satellite radio. • JVC Smart Digital Adaptor, XMDJVC100, for listening to XM Satellite radio.
  • Page 44 FLAT XM1 P1 01ch Category Name Channel Name A Sound mode ( page 50) DISP: Touch to display the program B SIRIUS/XM Band information—artist name/song C Preset no. name (/composer name: only for D Channel no. SIRIUS Satellite radio). E Category name F Channel name G Signal strength For SIRIUS Radio...
  • Page 45: Storing Channels In Memory

    Storing channels in memory Selecting on the lists You can preset six channels for each band. You can select a channel using one of the following Ex.: Storing a channel into preset number 5 lists—Preset List/Category List/Channel List. Tune in to a channel you want to preset. FLAT 38ch AV Menu...
  • Page 46: Listening To The Hd Radio™ Broadcast

    Listening to the HD Radio™ Broadcast Before operating, connect HD Radio tuner box, KT-HD300 (separately purchased) to the CD changer jack on the rear of the unit. What is HD Radio Technology? HD Radio Technology can deliver high-quality digital sound—AM digital will have FM-like quality (in stereo) and FM digital will have CD-like quality—with static-free and clear reception.
  • Page 47 Changing HD Radio reception Tuning in to stations with mode sufficient signal strength While receiving an HD Radio broadcast, the unit tunes This function works only for FM bands. to digital or analog audio automatically due to the Once you have activated this function (selected receiving condition.
  • Page 48: Listening To Other External Components

    Listening to other external components AV-INPUT You can connect an external component to the LINE IN/VIDEO IN plugs. AV-IN FLAT AV-INPUT DISP: Touch if necessary. ( page 9) Navigation screen When you connect a Navigation System to the unit, A Sound mode ( page 50) you can view the navigation screen regardless of B Assigned title (...
  • Page 49 EXT-INPUT 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). EXT-IN FLAT EXT-INPUT A Sound mode ( page 50) B Assigned title ( page 51) Preparation: Make sure <External Input>...
  • Page 50: Sound Equalization

    Sound equalization Edit Store 60.0 Hz Selecting a sound mode Storing your own adjustments You can store your adjustments into <User1>, <User2>, and <User3>. Ÿ Follow steps ~ and Ÿ on the left. AV Menu Select the item you want to adjust. Equalizer Edit Flat...
  • Page 51: Assigning Titles To The Sources

    Assigning titles to the sources Title Entry A-a-0 AV-In Name AV-INPUT Store ⁄ You can assign titles as follows. Assign a title. FM/AM stations Up to 16 characters—up to 30 Title Entry A-a-0 stations AV-In Name AV-INPUT “AV Input” Up to 16 characters Store “External Input”...
  • Page 52: Menu Items

    Menu items Menu operations For details of the menu operations,  page 6. Setup Display Clock Equalizer AV Menu Disc Setup 1 Sound Disc Setup 2 Enter Disc Surround Setup • The display indications may Tuner change according to change Mode of the specifications.
  • Page 53 Menu items Selectable settings, [reference page] Dimmer Off: Cancels. On: Activates dimmer. Auto: Dims the monitor when you turn on the headlights. Time Set: Touch ¢ to display the time setting screen, then set the Dimmer On/Off times. Bright You can adjust brightness of the monitor. –15 (darkest) to +15 (brightest);...
  • Page 54 Menu items Selectable settings, [reference page] Initial 1:00 AM,  [7] Time Set Time Format 12Hours, 24Hours OSD Clock Off: Cancels. On: Displays the clock time while playing back a video source. Clock Adjust Off: Cancels. Auto: The built-in clock is automatically adjusted using the clock time data provided via the satellite radio channel.
  • Page 55 Menu items Selectable settings, [reference page] D. (Dynamic) Range Compres. You can enjoy a powerful sound at a low volume level while playing (Compression) Dolby Digital software. Auto: Select to apply the effect to multi-channel encoded software. On: Select to always use this function. Speaker Size You can adjust the speaker size setting.
  • Page 56 Menu items Selectable settings, [reference page] IF Band Width Auto: Increases the tuner selectivity to reduce interference noises between adjacent stations. (Stereo effect may be lost.) Wide: Subject to the interference from adjacent stations, but sound quality will not be degraded and the stereo effect will remain. Area Setting US: When using in North/Central/South America.
  • Page 57 Menu items Selectable settings, [reference page] Illumination You can turn off the touch pad controls and monitor lights while turning on the unit.  [5] Touch pad controls Monitor Normal: Always lights. Proximity/Motion: Lights up when your hand Always lights. moves close to the controls.
  • Page 58 Sound Menu items Selectable settings, [reference page] Fader/Balance Adjust fader—speaker output balance between the front and rear speakers. • Upmost—front only Adjusts fader • Downmost—rear only When using a two-speaker system, set the fader to the center (00). Adjust balance—speaker output balance between the left and right speakers. Adjust balance •...
  • Page 59 Mode Menu items Selectable settings, [reference page] Only for FM bands. (Off, On),  [12] Mono Only for FM bands of “Tuner” and FM/AM bands of “HD Radio.”  [12, 47] Only for FM bands of “HD Radio.” (DX, Local),  [47] DX/Local Only for “HD Radio.”...
  • Page 60 Phone Device/Audio Device: The connected device names Depends on the amplifier gain control. ( page 58) If you wish to receive more information about Bluetooth, visit the following JVC web site: <> When operating the Bluetooth device, refer also to the instructions supplied with the device.
  • Page 61: References

    Maintenance How to clean the connector To keep discs clean Frequent detachment will deteriorate the connectors. A dirty disc may not play correctly. To minimize this possibility, periodically wipe the If a disc does become dirty, wipe it with connectors with a cotton swab or cloth moistened with a soft cloth in a straight line from center alcohol, being careful not to damage the connectors.
  • Page 62: More About This Unit

    More about this unit Changing the source General • If you change the source, playback also stops without Turning on the power ejecting the disc. • By pressing SRC (source) on the unit, you can also Next time you select “Disc” for the playback source, turn on the power.
  • Page 63 • This unit can play back files recorded in VBR (variable * <.mod> is an extension code used for the MPEG2 bit rate). files recorded by JVC Everio camcorders. The Files recorded in VBR have a discrepancy in elapsed MPEG2 files with the <.mod> extension code time indication.
  • Page 64 Bluetooth operations • If “No USB device“ appears after removing a device, General reattach a device or select another playback source. • While driving, do not perform complicated operation • When the USB device has no playable files, or has not such as dialing the numbers, using phone book, etc.
  • Page 65: Ipod Operations

    • iPod nano Satellite radio operations • iPod video (5th Generation) • You can also connect the JVC SIRIUS radio PnP To watch the video, connect the iPod using USB (Plug and Play), using the JVC SIRIUS radio adapter, Audio and Video cable (not supplied).
  • Page 66 Menu items Characters you can enter for titles • If you change the <Amplifier Gain> setting from In addition to the roman alphabet (A – Z, a – z), you <High Power> to <Low Power> while the volume can use the following characters to assign titles. ( level is set higher than “30,”...
  • Page 67 Preset equalizing values Frequency 60.0 Hz 150.0 Hz 400.0 Hz 1.0kHz 2.5kHz 6.3kHz 15.0kHz Sound mode Flat Hard Rock R&B Jazz Dance –02 –01 Country Reggae Classic User1/2/3 Language codes (for DVD/DivX language selection) Code Language Code Language Code Language Code Language Code Language Afar...
  • Page 68: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting What appears to be trouble is not always serious. Check the following points before calling a service center. Symptoms Remedies/Causes • No sound comes out of the center speaker. • Center speaker is not activated. ( page 55) Once you have reset the unit, make sure to activate the speaker again.
  • Page 69 Symptoms Remedies/Causes • SSM automatic presetting does not work. Store stations manually. ( page 13) • Static noise while listening to the radio. Connect the antenna firmly. • Disc can be neither recognized nor played . Eject the disc forcibly. ( page 3) •...
  • Page 70 Symptoms Remedies/Causes • Noise is generated. • The track played back is not a playable file format (MP3/ WMA/WAV/AAC). Skip to another file. • Do not add the extension code <.mp3>, <.wma>, <.wav>or <.m4a> to non-MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC tracks. • Tracks cannot play back as you have intended Playback order may differ from the one played back using them to play.
  • Page 71 Symptoms Remedies/Causes • Bluetooth device does not detect the unit. • Search from the Bluetooth device again. • Reset the unit. When “Open...” appears on the monitor, search from the Bluetooth device again. • The unit does not make pairing with the •...
  • Page 72 Symptoms Remedies/Causes • “No Disc” appears on the monitor. Insert a disc into the magazine. • “No Magazine” appears on the monitor. Insert the magazine. • “Cannot play this disc Check the disc” appears Disc does not include playable files. Replace the disc with on the monitor.
  • Page 73 Symptoms Remedies/Causes • “No Name” or “–––” appears on the monitor. No text information for the selected channel. • “Channel is Updating XX% completed” or The receiver is updating the channel information and it “UPDATING” appears on the monitor and no takes a few minutes to complete.
  • Page 74: Specifications

    Specifications 20 W RMS × 4 Channels at 4 Ω and Power Output: ≤ 1% THD+N 80 dBA (reference: 1 W into 4 Ω) Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 4 Ω (4 Ω to 8 Ω allowance) Load Impedance: Equalizer Control Range: Frequencies: 60.0 Hz, 150.0 Hz, 400.0 Hz, 1.0kHz, 2.5kHz, 6.3kHz, 15.0kHz Level:...
  • Page 75 Screen Size: 3.5 inch wide liquid crystal display 211 200 pixels: 960 (horizontal) × 220 (vertical) Number of Pixel: Drive Method: TFT (Thin Film Transistor) active matrix format Color System: PAL/NTSC Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (wide) Allowable Storage Temperature: –10°C to +60°C (14°F to 140°F) Allowable Operating Temperature: 0°C to +40°C (32°F to 104°F) USB Standards:...
  • Page 76 Having TROUBLE with operation? Please reset your unit Refer to page of How to reset your unit Still having trouble?? USA ONLY Call 1-800-252-5722 We can help you! EN, SP, FR 0108MNMMDWJEIN © 2008 Victor Company of Japan, Limited...

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