Kenwood DDX635WBT Instruction Manual

Kenwood DDX635WBT Instruction Manual

Monitor with dvd receiver


This instruction manual is used to describe models listed below. Model availability and features (functions)
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• Region 2 (DVD Region Code 2 area)
• Region 3 (DVD Region Code 3 area)
• Region 4 (DVD Region Code 4 area)
© 2014 JVC KENWOOD Corporation
LVT2515-001A (MN/M2N/XN)


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  • Page 1 • Region 2 (DVD Region Code 2 area) • Region 3 (DVD Region Code 3 area) • Region 4 (DVD Region Code 4 area) © 2014 JVC KENWOOD Corporation LVT2515-001A (MN/M2N/XN)
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    For Kazakhstan ( DDX635WBTM) How to read this manual: • Illustrations of DDX635WBT Region 3 are mainly used for explanation. The displays and panels shown in this manual are examples used to provide clear explanations of the operations. For this reason, they may Дата...
  • Page 3: How To Reset Your Unit

    ❏ How to reset your unit olacaktır. English Hereby, JVC KENWOOD declares that this unit V Cautions on the monitor: “ DDX635WBTM” is in compliance with the essential • The monitor built into this unit has been...
  • Page 4: Initial Settings

    INITIAL SETTINGS Finish the procedure. Display the <Security Code Set> screen. Initial s etup • Press [K] repeatedly to change the page on When you power on the unit for the first time or the <System> menu screen. reset the unit, the initial setting screen appears. •...
  • Page 5 INITIAL SETTINGS ❏ Activating the security function Set the clock time. Clock settings You can activate the security function to protect Display the <TOP MENU> screen. your receiver system against theft. On the source control screen: Display the <System> setting screen. On the <TOP MENU>...
  • Page 6: Basics

    BASICS p S/T button / V.OFF button Component names and functions • Displays the phone book. (Press) (Page 33) Functions same as [S]/[T] on the touch • The function of the button when held varies panel during playing a source. q APPS button depending on the <Phonebook Key Long Press>...
  • Page 7: Common Operations

    BASICS To at tenuate t he s ound Select an angle (0 – 6). Common operations ❏ Turning on the power The ATT indicator lights up. To cancel the attenuation: Press the same button ❏ Turning off the power again. •...
  • Page 8: Common Screen Operations

    BASICS ❏ Turning off the screen Common operation buttons: <TOP MENU> screen 1 Displays other operation buttons. Displays the source control screen and settings • Disabled when there are no other buttons. screen. 2 Switches between the normal source control screen and easy control screen.
  • Page 9: Selecting The Playback Source

    IN1 or iPod/AV-IN2 input terminal. (Page 26) When no navigation unit is connected, “No Navigation” appears. Only for DDX635WBT Region 4. ❏ To display all sources and items on the 1 Displays the video control menu while playing a <TOP MENU> screen video.
  • Page 10: Discs

    DISCS ❏ Ejecting a disc ❏ Indications and buttons on the source Playing a disc control screen • If a disc does not have a disc menu, all tracks on For DVD/DVD-VR/VCD/DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2 it will be played repeatedly until you change the source or eject the disc.
  • Page 11 DISCS Operation buttons Does not appear for DVD/DVD-VR/VCD. Operation buttons Search speed varies depending on the type of disc or file. Displays the easy control screen. Displays the easy control screen. Does not appear for DVD/DVD-VR. (Page 8) (Page 8) Appears only for DVD-VR. Displays the folder/track list.
  • Page 12 DISCS ❏ Selecting a folder/track on the list ❏ Video menu operations [ZOOM]* Displays the picture size selecting screen. (Page 41) You can display the video menu screen during video [Aspect] Selects the aspect ratio. playback. (Page 41) • Available items on the screen differ depending on the types of the loaded disc and playback files.
  • Page 13 DISCS ❏ Selecting playback mode For VCD • To select a track directly, press [Direct] to display the direct selecting buttons, then... Selects Repeat playback mode. Selects Random playback mode. • For DVD/DVD-VR: Repeat play is available. For VCD (without PBC)/CD/DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2/ MP3/WMA/AAC: Repeat and Random play are available.
  • Page 14 DISCS Enter the 4-digit parental pass code (1), <Screen Select the monitor type to watch a Settings for disc playback Ratio>* wide screen picture on the external and press [Enter] (2). monitor. 16:9 (Initial) 4:3 LB 4:3 PS • The items available on the <DISC Mode> screen are different depending on the discs/files played back.
  • Page 15: Usb

    [O] [N] Reverse/forward search.* ❏ Indications and buttons on the source Connecting a USB device Starts/pauses playback. [IW] control screen You can connect a USB mass storage class device Displays other operation buttons. such as a USB memory, Digital Audio Player etc. to •...
  • Page 16: Ipod/Iphone

    iPod/iPhone ❏ Setting <Picture Display Time> • On the <Category List>/<Folder List>: You Preparation can switch the file type to list: Press [ ] to list Set the interval between slides during slide-shows of ❏ Connecting iPod/iPhone audio files, [ ] to list video files, or [ ] to the picture files.
  • Page 17 iPod/iPhone Bluetooth connection • If [Enter] for <iPod Setup> cannot be • When selecting <USB + AV-IN> or <USB 1 Pair the iPod/iPhone through Bluetooth. (Page 29) selected, put the unit in standby. (Page 7) Wire>, go to step 5. • For iPhone 5/iPod touch (5th Generation)/iPod When selecting <HDMI + Bluetooth>...
  • Page 18 iPod/iPhone ❏ Selecting preference settings for iPod/ Operation buttons Playback operations Displays the easy control screen. iPhone playback (Page 8) When the source is “iPod”... When the operation buttons are Displays the audio/video file list. not displayed on the screen, touch (Page 19) the area shown on the illustration.
  • Page 19: Apps

    APPs iPod/iPhone ❏ Selecting an audio/video file from the You can use an App of the connected iPod touch/ Selects an audio/video file. [S] [T] iPhone/Android on this unit. menu Reverse/forward search. [O] [N] Preparation Starts/pauses playback. [IW] [MENU] Displays the <TOP MENU> screen. Connect the iPod touch/iPhone/Android.
  • Page 20: Pandora® (Only For Ddx635Wbt Region 4)

    Pandora® (Only for DDX635WBT Region 4) For iPod touch/iPhone Playback information You can stream Pandora from iPod touch/iPhone, 1 Picture data Connect the iPod touch/iPhone. Android or BlackBerry devices. 2 Track information (Page 16) • Install the latest version of the Pandora •...
  • Page 21 Pandora® ❏ Adding a station from the Genre List to Android™ Select a station from the list. • Visit Google play and search for Pandora to install. the Station List • Bluetooth must be built in and the following The screen shows the genres sent by the connected profiles must be supported.
  • Page 22: Tuner

    TUNER Operation buttons ❏ Changing the display information Listening to the radio [P1] – [P6] • Selects a stored station. (Press) ❏ Indications and buttons on the source • Stores the current station. (Hold) control screen [MODE] Changes the settings for tuner reception on the <Tuner Mode>...
  • Page 23 TUNER ❏ Setting the antenna control ❏ Tuning in FM stations only with strong Presetting stations signals — Local Seek You can store the antenna automatically when the ❏ Storing stations in the memory source is changed from the tuner to another source. •...
  • Page 24 TUNER ❏ Selecting a preset station ❏ Activating/deactivating TI/News FM Radio Data System features Standby Reception ❏ Searching for FM Radio Data System TI Standby Reception programs—PTY Search You can search for your favorite programs being broadcast by selecting the PTY code. Select a PTY code.
  • Page 25 TUNER ❏ Tracing the same program—Network- ❏ Automatic TI station seek—Auto TP News Standby Reception Tracking Reception Seek When driving in an area where FM reception is not When traffic information station reception is poor, sufficient enough, this unit automatically tunes in to the unit automatically searches for another station another FM Radio Data System station of the same that can be received better.
  • Page 26: Other External Components

    OTHER EXTERNAL COMPONENTS ❏ Starting playback Using external audio/video Using a rear view camera Connect an external component to the players—AV-IN • To connect a rear view camera, see page  57 . AV-IN1 and iPod/AV-IN2 input terminals. • To use a rear view camera, a REVERSE lead When the operation buttons are (Page ...
  • Page 27: Using A Smartphone-Hdmi/Mhl

    OTHER EXTERNAL COMPONENTS ❏ Displaying the picture from the rear Using a smartphone—HDMI/MHL Watching a TV view camera ❏ What is HDMI/MHL? Preparation The rear view screen is displayed when you shift the • Connect the TV tuner box to AV-IN1 input terminal HDMI stands for High Definition Multi-media gear to the reverse (R) position.
  • Page 28: Using The External Navigation Unit

    OTHER EXTERNAL COMPONENTS To exit the navigation screen Using the external navigation unit You can connect a navigation unit (KNA-G 630: optional accessory) to the navigation input terminal so that you can view the navigation screen. (Page  57) ❏ Settings for the navigation unit •...
  • Page 29: Bluetooth

    BLUETOOTH Auto pairing Information for using Bluetooth® Connecting Bluetooth devices When <Auto Pairing> is set to [ON], iPhone is devices ❏ Registering a new Bluetooth device automatically paired when connected via USB. (Page 36) When you connect a Bluetooth device to the unit for the first time, pair the unit and the device.
  • Page 30 BLUETOOTH Pairing a Bluetooth device from the target device Change the PIN code. Select the unit (“DDX****”) on your using a PIN code (for Bluetooth 2.0) • If you wish to skip changing the PIN code, go Bluetooth device. to step 3. Display the <Bluetooth Setup>...
  • Page 31 BLUETOOTH ❏ Deleting a registered Bluetooth device Pairing a Bluetooth device from this unit using a PIN code (for Bluetooth 2.0) Display the <Bluetooth Setup> screen. Display the <Bluetooth Setup> screen. (Page 30) (Page 30) Select the device you want to connect (1), then press [Connection] (2).
  • Page 32 BLUETOOTH ❏ Adjusting the volume of calls/earpiece/ ❏ Reducing noise/adjusting the echo Using the Bluetooth mobile phone microphone cancel level ❏ Receiving a call While talking... While talking... When a call comes in... • Call information is displayed if acquired. •...
  • Page 33 BLUETOOTH ❏ Sending text during a call ❏ Making a call From the preset list/phone book/call lists You can send text during a call using the DTMF (Dual Display the phone control screen. Tone Multi Frequency) function. On the <TOP MENU> screen: While talking...
  • Page 34 BLUETOOTH • To use the A to Z search on phone book: • To display the details of an entry: Voice di aling When the phone book list is displayed, you can When the phone book list is displayed, you can •...
  • Page 35 BLUETOOTH ❏ Presetting phone numbers Playback information Using the Bluetooth audio player 1 Playback status* You can preset up to 5 phone numbers. 2 Playing time* Display the phone control screen. • To register a new device, see page 29. 3 Tag data (current track title/artist name/album •...
  • Page 36 BLUETOOTH ❏ Setting items < Auto Pai ring> • ON (initial): Establishes Settings for Bluetooth devices pairing automatically with the <Paired Device Press [Enter] to show the list You can change various settings for using Bluetooth connected iOS device (such as List>...
  • Page 37: Settings

    SETTINGS <USB 1 Wire> Select this when the iPod/ Settings for using applications of iPhone is connected using USB the iPod/iPhone/Android 2.0 cable (accessory of the iPod/ iPhone). Before using applications of the iPod/iPhone/ • If you do not need to change the setting, <HDMI + Select this when the iPod/ Android such as Pandora , select the device to use...
  • Page 38: Sound Adjustment

    SETTINGS ❏ Setting the car type and speakers • You can also display the <Equalizer> screen by Sound ad justment pressing AUDIO on the monitor panel. Display the <Car Setting> screen. ❏ Using the sound equalization Storing your own adjustment—Adjusting the On the <TOP MENU>...
  • Page 39 SETTINGS ❏ Setting the speakers—speaker size and ❏ Setting the listening position Adjust the crossover frequency of the crossover frequency selected speaker. You can adjust the sound effects according to your listening position. Display the <Speaker Select> screen. Display the <Position> screen. On the <TOP MENU>...
  • Page 40: Adjustment For Video Playback

    SETTINGS Adjusting the Digital Time Alignment (DTA) Determining the value for <Position DTA> Adjustment for video playback Make fine adjustment of the delay time of the adjustment ❏ Adjusting the picture speaker output to have a more suitable environment If you specify the distance from the center of the for your vehicle.
  • Page 41 SETTINGS ❏ Zooming the picture Adjust the picture. Select the aspect ratio. You can zoom the picture. Zooming is available only when disc is played back. Display the adjustment menu. <Bright> Adjusts the brightness. (−15 to +15) <FULL>* For 16:9 original pictures <Contrast>...
  • Page 42: Changing Display Design

    SETTINGS ❏ Storing your favorite image for the To select a panel color Changing display design background You can change the background and panel color. You can set your favorite image (JPEG/PNG/BMP file) Display the <User Customize> screen. stored on the connected USB device. On the <TOP MENU>...
  • Page 43: Customizing The Screen

    SETTINGS Customizing the <TOP MENU> Customizing the system settings screen ❏ Memorizing/recalling the settings You can arrange the items to display on the <TOP • You can memorize the settings changed in the MENU> screen. <Setup> menu and recall the memorized settings anytime.
  • Page 44 SETTINGS ❏ Locking the settings ❏ Adjusting the touch position You can lock the settings to prevent them from You can adjust the touch position on the touch being changed. panel if the position touched and the operation • is shown beside the settings that can be performed do not match.
  • Page 45: Setting Menu Items

    SETTINGS Balance: Adjust the left and right speaker output <Car Setting> Setting menu items balance. Select a car type and speaker location. (Page 38) ❏ Displaying the <Setup> menu screen • L6 to R6 (Initial: 0) • Car type: Off (initial)/Compact/Full Size Car/ Press [J]/[K]/[H]/[I] or drag [ ] to adjust.
  • Page 46 SETTINGS ❏ <Display> setting screen ❏ <Input> setting screen <Menu Customize> Change the items to display on the <TOP MENU> <Dimmer> <R-CAM I nterrupt> screen. (Page 43) • Auto (Initial): Dims the screen and button • ON: Displays the picture from the rear view <Screen Adjust>...
  • Page 47 SETTINGS ❏ <System> setting screen <APP Setup> < > s • APP Connection Setup: Con gure the Apps Assigns the function of the AUD button when held. < > • V-OFF Select the text language used for on-screen • APP Interrupt Volume: Adjust the volume of App. •...
  • Page 48: Remote Controller

    Overview The functions operated from the remote controller Use two “AAA”/”R03”-size batteries. DDX635WBT Region 3/DDX635WBTM : differ depending on the position of the mode switch. Insert the batteries with the + and – poles aligned This unit can be operated using the Remote properly, following the illustration inside the case.
  • Page 49 REMOTE CONTROLLER Hands-free communication Play/Pause Operations from the remote When a call comes in, it answers Pauses the track. controller the call. Press again to resume playing. ❏ Common operations (AUD mode) Source switching Stop Function Switches to the source to be Stops and memorizes the point played.
  • Page 50 REMOTE CONTROLLER Numeric keypad Picture Angle Direct search • Specify the number to search Switches the picture angle each Pressing this key switches the for in direct search. time you press this key. features that can be searched for • Press to fast directly.
  • Page 51 REMOTE CONTROLLER ❏ Radio (AUD mode) ❏ iPod (AUD mode) Direct tuning Band switching After pressing this key, use the Music/Video search keypad to specify the broadcast Switches to bands received by Selects the music/video to be station you wish to receive. the unit.
  • Page 52 REMOTE CONTROLLER • The unit can register/change all of the button’s Display the <Steering Remote Control Using the steering remote functions at the same time. To do this, press each Setting> screen. controller button in turn and after pressing all of them, •...
  • Page 53: Connection/Installation

    CONNECTION/INSTALLATION • If your car’s ignition does not have an ACC • This unit has a cooling fan to decrease the Before installing the unit internal temperature. Do not mount the unit position, connect the ignition wires to a power V WARNING source that can be turned on and off with the in a place where the cooling fan of the unit is...
  • Page 54 CONNECTION/INSTALLATION ❏ Supplied accessories for installation ❏ Installation procedure Installing the unit 1 Wiring harness x 1 To prevent a short circuit, remove the key 2 Extension wire x 1 ❏ Installing the unit using the mounting from the ignition and disconnect the ·...
  • Page 55 CONNECTION/INSTALLATION Connection ❏ Connecting wires to terminals for Toyota Cars Connect to the vehicle’s steering remote harness. • Depending on the type of vehicle, it cannot be C6 C7 C8 connected. USB terminal: Page 57 Page 57 Pages 56 – 57 Pages 56 – 57 Page 57 Connect to the vehicle’s reverse lamp harness when using the optional rear view camera.
  • Page 56 CONNECTION/INSTALLATION ❏ Connecting a USB device ❏ Connecting an iPod/iPhone iPhone 5/iPod touch (5th Generation)/iPod nano (7th Generation) USB device* (commercially available) iPod/iPhone except for iPhone 5/iPod touch (commercially available) (5th Generation)/iPod nano (7th Generation) (commercially available) Lightning-Digital AV adapter KCA-iP102 (accessory of the iPod/iPhone)
  • Page 57 CONNECTION/INSTALLATION ❏ Connecting a Smartphone ❏ Connecting external components q Audio output (ø3.5 mini jack) Resistance-free stereo type mini plug Android, etc. Android, etc. (with HDMI) (with MHL) * When connecting the component to play on “AV-IN1” or “AV- (commercially available) (commercially available) IN2”, use the Audio and Video cable CA-C3AV (optional accessory).
  • Page 58: References

    REFERENCES ❏ To keep discs clean Maintenance More information Dirty discs may not play correctly. ❏ Caution on cleaning the unit ❏ File playback If a disc does become dirty, wipe it with a soft cloth Playing DivX les (for discs only) Do not use any solvent (for example, thinner, in a straight line from the center to the edge.
  • Page 59 REFERENCES ❏ Disc playback AAC-LC • for USB: MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC-LC/FLAC) – • format. Disc type Recording format, – (regardless of the letter case—upper/lower). – DVD Video* • and voice format. – • DTS sound cannot be conditions below: reproduced or emitted from –...
  • Page 60 REFERENCES ❏ About data stored in the connected Unplayable discs • The maximum number of characters (when the • Unplayable disc types and formats are as follows: characters are 1 byte): USB device/iPod/iPhone – DVD-Audio/DVD-ROM discs – Folder names: 128 characters •...
  • Page 61 • When operating an iPod/iPhone, some operations Welsh Greenlandic Rhaeto-Romance may not be performed correctly or as intended. In Bhutani Cambodian Kirundi Ukrainian this case, visit the following KENWOOD web site: Greek Kannada Rumanian Urdu <> • For some iPod/iPhone models, the performance Esperanto Korean (KOR)
  • Page 62: Error Message List

    REFERENCES “Authorization Error”: “Hung Up Error”: Error message list • Check whether the connected iPod/iPhone is • The call has not ended yet. Park your car, and use compatible with this unit. (Page 61) the connected mobile phone to end the call. If an error occurs while using the unit, a message appears.
  • Page 63: Troubleshooting

    (Page 59) • Replace the battery. • Add appropriate extension codes to the file names. * For DDX635WBT Region 4: Purchase KNA-RCDV331 separately. Tracks on the Recordable/Rewritable discs are not played back as you have intended them to play.
  • Page 64 • Playback order may differ from the one played Generation) or KCA-HD100 and USB2.0 cable back using other players. through Lightning-Digital AV adapter for iPhone ❏ Pandora (Only for DDX635WBT 5/iPod touch (5th Generation)/iPod nano (7th ❏ iPod/iPhone Region 4) Generation) . Other cables cannot be used.
  • Page 65: Specifications

    REFERENCES ❏ DVD player section The connected audio player cannot be Specifications controlled. D/A Converter 24 bit • Check whether the connected audio player ❏ Monitor section Audio Decoder Linear PCM/Dolby Digital/MP3/ supports AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Picture Size (W x H) WMA/AAC Profile).
  • Page 66 REFERENCES ❏ USB interface section ❏ Bluetooth section 2 Way X'Over HIGH PASS FILTER frequency USB Standard USB 2.0 High Speed Technology Bluetooth 3.0 + EDR Through/50/60/80/100/120/150/ File System FAT 16/32 Frequency 2.402 GHz to 2.480 GHz 180/220 Maximum Power Supply Current Output Power +4 dBm (MAX), 0 dBm (AVE), SLOPE...
  • Page 67 • Manufactured under license from Dolby Frequency Range Maximum Power (Front & Rear) Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are DDX635WBT Region 4: 50 W × 4 trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. AM (9 kHz): 531 kHz to 1 611 kHz Full Bandwidth Power (Front &...

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