Kenwood DNN991HD Instruction Manual
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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Navigation End-User License Agreements Starting a Route Previewing Multiple Routes Following a Route Getting Started Using the Navigation Map Using the Navigation System Using Multi-touch Controls Help When You Need It Adding a Point to a Route Searching Help Topics Taking a Detour Status Bar Icons Stopping the Route...
  • Page 3 Using the Apps Customizing the Settings About the Apps Customizing the Navigation System About ecoRoute Changing the Map Settings Creating a Vehicle Profile Enabling Maps Resetting Your Vehicle Profile Changing the Navigation Settings Calibrating Fuel Economy Adjusting the Display Settings Taking the ecoChallenge Route Preferences About ecoChallenge Scores...
  • Page 4: End-User License Agreements

    Software License Agreement treaties. The Garmin Products are licensed, not sold. The structure, organization and code of BY USING THE DNN991HD, YOU AGREE TO BE the Software and Application are valuable trade BOUND BY THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE secrets of Garmin and/or its third-party providers.
  • Page 5 with vehicles, and which are capable of dispatch, in your business’ internal operations, and not fleet management or similar applications where for service bureau, time-sharing, resale or other similar purposes. Accordingly, but subject to the the Content is used by a central control center in dispatching a fleet of vehicles.
  • Page 6 End-User License Agreements (if applicable), or (iii) as long as Garmin receives providers, channel partners, suppliers and affiliated Content from its third party content supplier, companies of Garmin and its licensors, DISCLAIM whichever of the three periods is shortest. A ANY WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OF Garmin device’s “useful life”...
  • Page 7 THROUGH THE SOFTWARE IS DONE AT YOUR or other Content by trade name, trademark, OWN DISCRETION AND RISK. YOU WILL BE manufacturer, supplier or otherwise does not SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE TO YOUR necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION DEVICE OR ANY sponsorship or recommendation by Garmin or LOSS OF DATA THAT MAY RESULT FROM THE...
  • Page 8 End-User License Agreements reason, including, but not limited to, if Garmin by the laws of Kansas, without giving effect to (i) its finds that you have violated any of the terms of conflict of laws provisions, or (ii) the United Nations this Agreement.
  • Page 9 access to Location Platform Services, by accessing such Location Platform Services you agree to application of the Nokia Terms of Service at http:// and the Nokia Privacy Policy at privacy/policy/privacy-policy/. English...
  • Page 10 agree to use it at your own risk. HERE or TPTP (and Traffic End User License Agreement their respective affiliates) and Garmin Ltd. (and Your Garmin product may be equipped to receive its subsidiaries) make no warranty of fitness or traffic data.
  • Page 11 terms of this Agreement. Your traffic subscription agency, or any federal official refuses to use the may not be transferred to another person or legend provided herein, the Contracting Officer, another Garmin product. Traffic services are in federal government agency, or any federal official part geographically restricted to the reception must notify HERE prior to seeking additional or and transmission range of the radio transmitters in...
  • Page 12: Getting Started

    Getting Started The first time you use your Kenwood Navigation System, you need to set up your system. The Help menu provides additional information. Help When You Need It WARNING See "Safety Precautions and Important Information" Select Apps > Help to view information in the Quick Start Guide for product warnings and about using the device.
  • Page 13: Satellite Signals

    Adding a Shortcut Satellite Signals You can add shortcuts to the Where To? menu. A After your vehicle is turned on, the navigation shortcut can point to a location, a category, or a system begins acquiring satellite signals. The search tool. The Where To? menu can contain up to system may need a clear view of the sky to acquire 36 shortcut icons.
  • Page 14: Finding Locations

    Finding Locations The navigation system offers many methods for finding locations. The detailed maps loaded in your navigation system contain locations, such as restaurants, hotels, and auto services. You can use categories to browse for nearby businesses and attractions. Finding a Location by Category Enter a search term.
  • Page 15: Finding Fuel Stations And Prices

    Finding Fuel Stations and Prices Finding a City Before you can use this feature, you must Before you can find a city, you must add a subscribe to the Fuel Price service, and your shortcut to the cities search tool (page 13).
  • Page 16: Finding A Location Using Coordinates

    Finding Locations Finding a Location Using Coordinates Select an option: Before you can find a location using coordinates, • Select a location marker. you must add a shortcut to the coordinates • Select a point, such as a street, intersection, or search tool (page 13). address location. You can find a location using latitude and If necessary, select the location description longitude coordinates.
  • Page 17: Going Home

    Going Home Select an area on the map. Select Where To? > Go Home. The address of the location appears at the bottom of the screen. Editing Your Home Location Information Select the location description. Select Where To? > Saved > Home. Select Set Location. Select > > Edit. Saving a Location Enter your changes.
  • Page 18: Starting A Route To A Saved Location

    Finding Locations Starting a Route to a Saved Location Assigning Categories to a Saved Location You can add custom categories to organize your Select Where To? > Saved. saved locations. ⁄ If necessary, select a category, or select All Saved Places. •...
  • Page 19: Voice Command

    Voice Command Voice Command allows you to use your device by saying words and commands. The Voice Command menu provides voice prompts and a list of available commands. Listen for the voice prompt, and speak the ⁄ name of the location. •...
  • Page 20: Navigation

    Navigation You can create, customize, and edit your routes. Starting a Route Using the Navigation Map Search for a location (page 14). From the main menu, select View Map. Select a location. If the zoom controls are hidden, select the map to display the zoom controls.
  • Page 21: Adding A Point To A Route

    Adding a Point to a Route Using Suggested Routes Before you can use this feature, you must save at While navigating a route, select least one location and enable the travel history return to the main menu. feature (page 17). Using the myTrends feature, your device predicts ™...
  • Page 22: Navigating To An Exit

    Navigation Navigating to an Exit Adding a Custom Avoidance Area Custom avoidances allow you to avoid specific From the map, select > Exit Services > areas and sections of road. You can enable and disable custom avoidances as needed. Select an exit service. Select Settings >...
  • Page 23: Deleting Custom Avoidances

    Deleting Custom Avoidances Select Settings > Navigation > Custom Avoidances. Select an option: • To delete all custom avoidances, select • To delete one custom avoidance, select the avoidance, and select > Delete. Enabling Advanced Detours Select Settings > Navigation > Advanced Detours. Taking a Detour Around Specified Areas You can take a detour for a specified distance along your route or detour around specific roads.
  • Page 24: The Map Pages

    The Map Pages You can customize which data appear on the map and view upcoming turns and current location information. Customizing the Map Layers Changing the Map Perspective You can customize which data appear on the Select Settings > Map & Vehicle > Driving map, such as icons for points of interest and road Map View.
  • Page 25: Viewing A List Of Turns

    Viewing a List of Turns Viewing Junctions When you are navigating a route, you can view all While navigating a route, you can view the of the turns and maneuvers for your entire route junctions on major roadways. When you approach and the distance between turns.
  • Page 26: Resetting Trip Information

    The Map Pages Resetting Trip Information From the map, select > Trip Computer. Select > Reset All. Select an option: • When not navigating a route, select Select All to reset every data field, except the speedometer, on the page. • Select Reset Trip Data to reset the information on the trip computer. • Select Reset Max. Speed to reset the maximum speed. • Select Reset Trip B to reset the odometer. Viewing Current Location Information You can use the Where Am I? page to view information about your current location.
  • Page 27 Traffic, Fuel Prices, Dynamic Parking, Real-Time Select Reset. Traffic Camera, Movie Times and more. The coverage of these services depends on availability in your region. For details, see other Kenwood Calibrating Fuel Economy system manuals. Use this feature when you refuel to maintain an accurate fuel economy.
  • Page 28 Using the Apps Viewing Your Fuel Economy ⁄ • To view detailed ecoChallenge scores, select the icon. Select Apps > ecoRoute™ > Fuel Economy. The leaf color on the driving challenge icon changes depending on your performance in the challenge. The graph along the bottom shows your average fuel economy for a period of About ecoChallenge Scores...
  • Page 29 Exporting a Mileage Report Editing a Trip Itinerary Connect a USB mass storage device to your Select Apps > Trip Planner. Kenwood unit. Select a saved trip. Select Apps > ecoRoute > Mileage Report. Select an option: Select Export to export and save the •...
  • Page 30 Using the Apps Importing Routes Using Dynamic Parking Trip Planner and the KENWOOD Route Collector Before you can use this feature, you must site can share information for up to 10 routes. You subscribe to the Dynamic Parking service, and...
  • Page 31 Traffic information is not available on all models or in all areas. Traffic Data Using INRIX Traffic Service NOTICE Garmin and JVC KENWOOD is not responsible for You can purchase a traffic subscription to receive the accuracy or timeliness of the traffic information.
  • Page 32 Traffic Information Traffic on Your Route Viewing Traffic on the Map When calculating your route, the navigation The traffic map shows color-coded traffic flow system examines the current traffic and and delays on nearby roads. automatically optimizes the route for the shortest From the map, select time.
  • Page 33 Customizing the Settings You can customize the settings of your GPS navigation system. Customizing the Navigation System Changing the Navigation Settings Select Settings. Select Settings > Navigation. • Calculation Mode—sets route preference. Select a setting category. • Avoidances—sets road features to avoid on a route. •...
  • Page 34 Customizing the Settings Updating the Time Settings Restoring Settings You can restore a category of settings or all Select Settings > Units & Time. settings to the factory default values. • Current Time—select Automatic to update the time Select Settings. automatically.
  • Page 35 Follow the on-screen instructions. WARNING Updating the Map Data Garmin and JVC KENWOOD are not responsible for You can purchase updated map data from Garmin the consequences of using custom POI databases, or ask your Kenwood dealer or Kenwood service or for the accuracy of custom POI databases.
  • Page 36 For the latest free software updates (excluding map data) throughout the life of your Garmin products, visit the Garmin Web site at © 2014 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries Garmin International, Inc. 1200 East 151st Street, Olathe, Kansas 66062, USA Garmin (Europe) Ltd.

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