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Complete Guide to Your New Kenwood
Sovereign Entré
Welcome to the Complete Guide to your new Kenwood Sovereign Entré.
With Entré, enjoy traditional media, like FM/AM radio, CDs, and DVDs,
alongside exciting new media, such as MP3s and Internet radio. Entré allows
you to control, organize and enjoy your collections from one easy-to-
navigate interface.
In fact, Entré's on-screen menus are so easy to use that you can begin
enjoying Entré right away, without even reading through this guide. Keep this
guide handy as a reference to take full advantage of Entré's more
sophisticated features.
Many of Entré's features require Entré to be connected to the Internet, a
Kenwood Sovereign DVD/CD changer, Kenwood CD changer with Compact
Disc Database (CDDB) capability, and/or a Kenwood Sovereign Receiver.
Features requiring external products or services are noted throughout the
manual.
Entré is a dynamic product. Software updates allow Kenwood and
OpenGlobe to provide new functions and capabilities. Refer to the Kenwood
USA Web site at www.kenwoodusa.com for the latest information regarding
your new Entré.
Use this guide to familiarize yourself with Entré's capabilities—and quickly
enjoy its state-of-the-art technology.
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    Complete Guide to Your New Kenwood Sovereign Entré Welcome to the Complete Guide to your new Kenwood Sovereign Entré. With Entré, enjoy traditional media, like FM/AM radio, CDs, and DVDs, alongside exciting new media, such as MP3s and Internet radio. Entré allows you to control, organize and enjoy your collections from one easy-to- navigate interface.

  • Page 2: How Should I Unpack My Entré

    How Do I Apply Power? Read this section carefully to ensure safe operation. Kenwood Sovereign Entré is designed for operation only on AC 120V current. Entré must be connected to a 120V AC outlet that supplies constant voltage. Do not use an outlet controlled by a switch, or the switched power outlet on a receiver or other audio component.

  • Page 3: How Do I Use My Entré Safely

    How Do I Use My Entré Safely? Read this section carefully to ensure safe operation. Prevent electric shock: •Do not expose your Entré to rain or moisture. •Do not remove the cover. There are no user-serviceable parts inside. If your Entré requires repair, take it to an authorized service outlet.

  • Page 4: How Do I Reset Entré

    Complete Guide to Your New Kenwood Sovereign Entré How Do I Reset Entré? If Entré fails to respond to front panel or remote commands or if it responds erroneously, use the following procedure to reset it: 1. Hold down until the Standby Indicator begins to flash on and off,...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Connecting a Kenwood Sovereign Receiver... 5 Connecting to Power ... 5 What Do You Want to Do Next?... 5 How Do I Connect to My Kenwood Sovereign DVD or CD Changer (with a Sovereign Receiver)?...6 Before You Begin... 7 Connecting to Power ... 7 What Do You Want to Do Next?...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    How Do I Identify Entré to the PowerTouch? ... 12 Finding the Entré Main Menu on PowerTouch III ... 12 How Do I Set Up My Kenwood LCD Remote to Control Entré? ...13 Step One: Identifying the Remote’s TV2 Input as the Entré Input 13 Step Two: Teaching the Entré...

  • Page 7

    Using a Static IP Address... 28 Continuing Quick Start with a Dialup Connection ... 29 Handling Unsuccessful Connections ... 30 How do I Install Kenwood Entré Media Manager Software?31 How Do I Use Entré’s Setup Menus?...32 User Information... 32 Internet Configuration ... 32 Network Connections ...

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    How Do I Enter Numbers with PowerTouch III?... 55 How Do I Enter Text with PowerTouch III? ... 56 How Do I Use My Kenwood LCD Remote with Entré? ...56 Using an Optional USB Keyboard with Entré ... 58 Chapter 3: Managing Your Music ... 59 How Do I Create My Music Collection? ...60...

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    Deleting Music... 73 Editing Disc Information... 74 Editing Track Information ... 76 Managing Music Groups... 77 How Do I Create a New Group?... 77 How Do I Edit a Group? ... 79 How Do I Delete a Group?... 81 Erasing Rewritable CDs ... 82 Getting Music Information...

  • Page 10

    Table of Contents How Do I Browse Movie Channels?... 114 How Do I Customize My Movies? ...114 Managing Movie Groups ... 115 How Do I Create a New Group?... 116 How Do I Edit a Group? ... 117 How Do I Delete a Group?... 118 Getting Movie Information ...

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    How Do I Contact Kenwood? ...142 How Do I Solve Problems with Video? ...142 I don’t see anything on my TV screen... 142 I can see the Entré Guide on my TV screen, but I don’t see a picture from the DVD player or VCR ... 143 How Do I Solve Sound Problems?...143...

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    Table of Contents How Do I Solve a Problem with the Supplied Remote? ...151 The supplied remote is not responding... 151 How Do I Solve Problems with the PowerTouch III Controller?...151 I don’t see icons for Entré... 151 How do I solve Radio Problems? ...152 When I try to tune to a Sirius Radio Station, Entré...

  • Page 13: Chapter 1: Setting Up And Configuring Your Entré

    How Do I Connect to My TV? How Do I Connect to My Kenwood Sovereign Receiver or Amplifier? How Do I Connect to My Kenwood Sovereign DVD or CD Changer (with a Sovereign Receiver)? How Do I Connect to My Kenwood Sovereign DVD Changer (with a Non-...

  • Page 14: How Do I Connect To My Tv

    How Do I Connect to My TV? VIDEO INPUT RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE DO NOT OPEN NE PAS OURVRIR COMPOSITE WALL PHONE TO AV RECEIVER TO CD/DVD CHANGER - OR - Complete Guide to Your Entré Entertainment Hub, ver. 2.0...

  • Page 15: Understanding Video Connection Types

    Be aware of the following when choosing a video connection type: • If your A/V receiver is a Kenwood Sovereign model with Universal Video™ or Universal Video™ HD, connect Entré to the TV and to your receiver using the highest quality cable type possible (see the table, above).

  • Page 17: How Do I Connect To My Kenwood Sovereign Receiver Or Amplifier

    Please refer to your receiver's instructions for more detail about its connection jacks and capabilities. If you do not have a Kenwood Sovereign receiver, see “How Do I Connect to My Kenwood Sovereign DVD Changer (with a Non-Kenwood Receiver)?” on...

  • Page 18: How Do I Connect To My Kenwood Sovereign Dvd Or Cd Changer (with A Sovereign Receiver)

    Setting Up and Configuring Your Entré How Do I Connect to My Kenwood Sovereign DVD or CD Changer (with a Sovereign Receiver)? Complete Guide to Your Entré Entertainment Hub, ver. 2.0...

  • Page 19: Before You Begin

    How Do I Connect to My Kenwood Sovereign DVD or CD Changer (with a Sovereign Receiver)?, continued Entré can control the following Kenwood DVD and CD changers: • DVD: DV-5900M (shown in illustration), DV-5050M • CD: CD-425M If you do not have one of these changers, Entré cannot play any DVDs or CDs loaded in it.

  • Page 20: How Do I Connect To My Kenwood Sovereign Dvd Changer

    Setting Up and Configuring Your Entré How Do I Connect to My Kenwood Sovereign DVD Changer (with a Non-Kenwood Receiver)? To enable analog audio record capability, use different receiver inputs for the DVD player's 6-channel analog audio output than for Entré's other analog audio and analog video...

  • Page 21: How Do I Connect To My Kenwood Sovereign Dvd Changer (with A Non-kenwood Receiver)?, Continued

    How Do I Connect to My Kenwood Sovereign DVD Changer (with a Non-Kenwood Receiver)?, continued This section focuses on the connections from your Kenwood Sovereign DVD changer and a non-Kenwood receiver to Entré. Please refer to your receiver and DVD changer’s instructions for more detail about their connection jacks and capabilities.

  • Page 22: How Do I Set Up My Remote

    Setting Up and Configuring Your Entré How Do I Set Up My Remote? Loading Batteries 1. Remove the cover. 2. Insert two AA batteries as illustrated below: 3. Close the cover. Entering Product Codes The remote supplied with your Entré is programmed to work with a number of different brands of home entertainment devices such as TV, DSS, and cable boxes.

  • Page 23: Controlling Other Devices With The Entré Remote

    Controlling Other Devices with the Entré Remote The following buttons on your Entré remote control certain standard component features: POWER ON POWER OFF POWER ON POWER OFF MR-H1 MR-N1 ./,?* PQRS WXYZ @.**# SETUP ENTER MUTE VOLUME PAGE CHANNEL INFO OPTIONS GUIDE MENU...

  • Page 24: How Do I Use My Powertouch Iii Controller With Entré

    Setting Up and Configuring Your Entré How Do I Use My PowerTouch III Controller with Entré? If you are using a Kenwood PowerTouch III controller, which is standard with the VR-5900 receiver, or available as an option for other Kenwood Sovereign receivers, use it to control all of Entré’s features.

  • Page 25: How Do I Set Up My Kenwood Lcd Remote To Control Entré

    How Do I Set Up My Kenwood LCD Remote to Control Entré? You can use the remote included with your Kenwood Sovereign receiver to control Entré. If your receiver came with a PowerTouch® touch-screen controller, for information. If your receiver came with an LCD screen-learning remote, you need to program the remote to control Entré...

  • Page 26: Step Two: Teaching The Entré Remote Button Functions To The Receiver Remote

    . The display shows: HOME Step Two: Teaching the Entré Remote Button Functions to the Receiver Remote 1. Place the Entré remote and the receiver remote on a table “head-to-head”, about 4 inches apart: 4" 2. Press on the receiver remote.

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    Complete Guide to Your Entré Entertainment Hub, ver. 2.0 How Do I Set Up My Kenwood LCD Remote to Control Entré? To maintain similarity of function between the two remotes, we suggest that you learn Entré functions onto the receiver remote according to the following...

  • Page 28: Step Three: Using The Receiver Remote To Control Entré

    The display shows: 2. Use the buttons you programmed on the receiver remote to control Entré. See “How Do I Use My Kenwood LCD Remote with Entré?” on page 56. Complete Guide to Your Entré Entertainment Hub, ver. 2.0...

  • Page 29: How Do I Connect Entré To My Home Network

    • Entré must be located Entré, you must install Media Manager software on your computer. See “How near DSL/cable modem do I Install Kenwood Entré Media Manager Software?” on page 31. hub (unless using a wireless network) Understanding Firewalls •...

  • Page 30: How Do I Hook Up Entré To A Broadband Internet Connection Via Hpna

    Setting Up and Configuring Your Entré How Do I Hook Up Entré to a Broadband Internet Connection via HPNA? Complete Guide to Your Entré Entertainment Hub, ver. 2.0...

  • Page 31: How Do I Hook Up Entré To A Broadband Internet Connection Via Hpna?, Continued

    Once you connect your computer to a HomePNA adapter, you can plug Entré (or into any phone jack in your house. Kenwood recommends connecting Entré to the Internet via a Home Phone Network Alliance (HPNA)/Ethernet bridge. If you have a broadband Internet connection (for example, through a DSL or cable modem), this allows Entré...

  • Page 32: How Do I Hook Up Entré To A Broadband Internet Connection Via Ethernet

    Setting Up and Configuring Your Entré How Do I Hook Up Entré to a Broadband Internet Connection via Ethernet? Complete Guide to Your Entré Entertainment Hub, ver. 2.0...

  • Page 33: How Do I Hook Up Entré To A Broadband Internet Connection Via Ethernet?, Continued

    Internet Radio on Axcess, although all other Axcess features will work normally. If you have or plan to add Axcess Remote Portals to you home entertainment network, Kenwood recommends using a HomePNA connection instead. See “How Do I Hook Up Entré to a Broadband Internet Connection via HPNA?”...

  • Page 34: How Do I Hook Up Entré To The Internet With A Dial-up Connection

    Setting Up and Configuring Your Entré How Do I Hook Up Entré to the Internet with a Dial-Up Connection? Complete Guide to Your Entré Entertainment Hub, ver. 2.0...

  • Page 35: How Do I Hook Up Entré To The Internet With A Dial-up Connection?, Continued

    Internet Radio on Axcess, although all other Axcess features will work normally. If you have or plan to add Axcess Remote Portals to you home entertainment network, Kenwood recommends using a HomePNA connection instead. See “How Do I Hook Up Entré to a Broadband Internet Connection via HPNA?”...

  • Page 36: How Do I Power-up Entré For The Very First Time

    After you have made all of the connections described earlier in this chapter, plug Entré's power cord directly into a wall outlet that receives constant power. Do not plug Entré into a receiver's switched accessory outlet or other outlet that does not receive constant power (such as a switched wall outlet).

  • Page 37: How Do I Configure Internet Setup

    How Do I Configure Internet Setup? Entré accesses the Internet through the networking method you set up (see “How Do I Connect Entré to My Home Network?” on page 17 for more information). OpenGlobe provides easy access to Entré’s Internet resources, such as disc information databases, Internet radio, and CE-commerce opportunities.

  • Page 38

    Setting Up and Configuring Your Entré 2. Press to move to the next Quick Start screen: 3. If you have a supported ISP , press , and go to step 4. If you do not have a supported ISP , move to no on the screen and press The Internet Service Provider Setup screen appears: You must have an ISP to enjoy Entré’s extended features.

  • Page 39: Continuing Quick Start With A Homepna Connection

    Continuing Quick Start with a HomePNA Connection See page 18 for more information on connecting Entré to your home network using HomePNA. If you selected homePNA in step 4 on page 26, Entré checks for a connected HomePNA network before continuing the Quick Start setup. Once it finds the network, the Quick Start - IP Addressing screen appears: If there is no connected network detected, check your HomePNA connections.

  • Page 40: Continuing Quick Start With An Ethernet Connection

    Setting Up and Configuring Your Entré Continuing Quick Start with an Ethernet Connection See page 20 for more information on connecting Entré to your home network using Ethernet. If you selected ethernet in step 4 on page 26, Entré checks for a USB-to- Ethernet adapter before continuing.

  • Page 41: Continuing Quick Start With A Dialup Connection

    Continuing Quick Start with a Dialup Connection See page 22 for more information on connecting Entré to your home network using its internal modem. If you selected dialup modem in step 4 on page 26, Entré automatically checks for a dial tone on the connected line. Once it finds a dial tone, the Quick Start - Dialup ISP screen appears: If Entré...

  • Page 42: Handling Unsuccessful Connections

    Setting Up and Configuring Your Entré 3. When you have completed the information, press - Dialing Preferences screen appears: 4. Enter any Internet connection dialing preferences. For example, if you need to dial 9 to get an outside line, you would need to enter 9 in the “dialing prefix”...

  • Page 43: How Do I Install Kenwood Entré Media Manager Software?31

    To install the media manager: 1. Double-click MediaManager [version].exe. 2. Follow the instructions on-screen. To begin using Kenwood Entré Media Manager, select it from the Windows Start|Progams menu. If Media Manager cannot see your Entré, check the version number of the Entré...

  • Page 44: How Do I Use Entré's Setup Menus

    Time Zone based on the Zip Code you enter during the Quick Start process. If you move, you may need to change your Time Zone here. Privacy Policy: This is the Kenwood and OpenGlobe privacy policy. Internet Configuration You entered this information during the Internet Setup process. If you change your Internet access (new ISP , upgrade to DSL, etc.), you need to return to this...

  • Page 45: Primary Tcp/ip Settings

    30 minutes. Automatic Update Preferences: Entré contains software that enables its sophisticated features. from time to time, Kenwood and OpenGlobe may update this software to add new features or streamline existing ones. Entré is set up to check for new software updates automatically when it is first configured, then once a week after that.

  • Page 46: Audio And Video Settings

    Setting Up and Configuring Your Entré Audio and Video Settings Audio Input Selection: Tell Entré what type of component is connected to each of its audio inputs: analog, optical digital, and coaxial digital. Press until the type of component connected to the input is displayed, then use to move to the next input.

  • Page 47: Chapter 2: Getting To Know Your Entré Entertainment Hub

    Chapter 2: Getting to Know Your Entré Entertainment Hub Welcome to your Kenwood Sovereign Entré Guide. Entré provides an easy browsing system that lets you enjoy watching and listening to all your entertainment media—from CDs to radio, or MP3s to DVDs.

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    When using Entré with a connected Kenwood Sovereign devices set: • the receiver’s Input Mode to • the changer’s play mode to • the changer’s digital output to • the changer control to MAIN See the receiver and DVD changer instruction manuals for further information.

  • Page 49: What's On The Front Panel Of My Entré

    What’s on the Front Panel of My Entré? 1. Standby indicator light 2. Guide button 3. Radio indicator light 4. Music indicator light 5. CD drawer 6. Clip indicator light 7. CD Recorder indicator light 8. Music Storage Activity indicator light 9.

  • Page 50: What's On The Entré Remote

    What’s on the Entré Remote? Source and Power: Turn Entré on and off, and choose what source (Entré*, TV, Cable, Satellite) you want to watch. See “Applying Power“and “Selecting a Source“ on page 40. Keypad: Enter numbers, text, and symbols. See “Entering Numbers and Text”...

  • Page 51: How Do I Begin Using Entré

    How Do I Begin Using Entré? After you set Entré up, it’s easy to turn on and begin using with the source selection buttons on the remote. ./,?* PQRS WXYZ @.**# SETUP ENTER MUTE VOLUME PAGE CHANNEL INFO OPTIONS GUIDE MENU This button: Allows you to:...

  • Page 52: Applying Power

    Applying Power Entré is always in one of four power states: State: Meaning: Action: Power Off: No Entré is 1. Plug Entré in. lights appear on unplugged. Entré’s display 2. Press panel. Initializing: The Entré’s high- Wait until the light stops blink- Standby Indicator capacity music light is blinking.

  • Page 53: Entering Numbers And Text

    Entering Numbers and Text Some screens on the on-screen display require you to enter numbers or text. Use the keypad on the remote to do so. The buttons act exactly like the numeric buttons found on your cell phone—press the button until the character you want appears.

  • Page 54: Navigating Entré

    MOVIES B RADIO C OPEN GLOBE Press this button: Raise or lower the current volume level of a connected Kenwood Sovereign receiver. Mute the sound of a connected Kenwood Sovereign receiver. Display track time information for the currently playing disc.

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    Press this button: Display the Guide for the current Mode. Display the Options menu. OPTIONS MENU Play the selected track. SELECT Move the highlight bar left or right. Move the highlight bar up or down. Exit current screen format. Switch play modes. Complete Guide to Your Entré...

  • Page 56: How Do I Switch Between Media Modes

    How Do I Switch between Media Modes? Entré manages many types of media, or modes, such as CDs, MP3s, movies, and radio. Use the buttons in this section to switch from one mode to another so you can listen to music, view movies, or listen to the radio with the touch of a button.

  • Page 57: Switching Media Modes

    Press this button: Turn the Entré Guide screen off. The TV then shows PASS THROUGH whatever video source is selected on the connected receiver. For future capabilities. EMAIL For future capabilities. WEB LAST CH. Change the TV, cable tuner, or DSS input (when the INPUT SEL.

  • Page 58: What's On Entré's On-screen Display

    What’s on Entré’s On-Screen Display? The on-screen display is another important Entré tool. No matter what mode (Music, Movies, etc.) you choose in Entré, you’ll use three basic screens: • The Guide screen to browse and select media • The Player screen to view/listen to your selection •...

  • Page 59: Browsing Entertainment Media

    All modes have a group “All” that lists all media in alphabetical order. Channels: Each individual piece of entertainment media is a Channel—those Channels are the selections within each Group. For example, in Radio mode, a Channel is a radio station. In Movie mode, a Channel is a DVD. Following is a sample list of Channels for each mode: •...

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    Each Guide screen has several common elements: This screen Does this: element: 1. Current Mode Displays the current media mode. 2. Cover Art for Shows cover art currently associated with the selec- Current Channel tion. For more information about selecting cover art for: •...

  • Page 61: How Do I Access The Guide Screen

    This screen Does this: element: 5. Groups Shows categories of entertainment media. For more information about Groups, see “Groups” on page 46. 6. Highlight Bar Indicates which Channel is currently selected. 7. Channels Shows individual pieces of entertainment media. Within each group is a list of Channels, or selections. In each mode, a Channel is one piece of media.

  • Page 62: Playing Entertainment Media

    Play selected media from the Guide screen with the touch of a button. Use the player control buttons on the remote or front panel to use Entré’s CD drive, operate a connected Kenwood Sovereign DVD or CD player, and edit text fields.

  • Page 63: How Do I Begin Enjoying My Media

    Press this button: Pause. PAGE UP How Do I Begin Enjoying My Media? To begin playing media: 1. Select a mode (Music, Movies, or Radio). 2. Press on the remote or front panel to open its Guide screen. GUIDE 3. Using on the remote or front panel, move the highlight bar to a Channel (an album title, radio station).

  • Page 64: How Do I Use My Powertouch Iii Controller With Entré

    How Do I Use My PowerTouch III Controller with Entré? If you are using a Kenwood PowerTouch III controller, which is standard with the VR-5900 receiver, or available as an option for other Kenwood Sovereign receivers, use it to control all of Entré’s features. This gives you command of your entire home entertainment system from a single controller.

  • Page 65: Switching Modes On Powertouch Iii

    On any PowerTouch III screen, touch the check-mark box in the upper right-hand corner to return to the previous screen. Switching Modes on PowerTouch III Pressing any of the six buttons located in the center of the PowerTouch III changes to a different entertainment mode and displays the appropriate Guide on your TV: Press this button: Music...

  • Page 66: Using Play Controls On Powertouch Iii

    Using Play Controls on PowerTouch III Use the control buttons located at the bottom of the display to: • Control play of CDs and DVDs. • Control power. How Do I Control Play with PowerTouch III? The control menu works exactly like the controls for the remote included with Entré.

  • Page 67: How Do I Enter Numbers With Powertouch Iii

    Press this button: Stop the selection. Pause the current selection. Play selected media. Power Turn Entré on and put it into the Standby mode. How Do I Enter Numbers with PowerTouch III? Press on the main page to view the keypad menu. CTRL This screen can be used to make numeric entries whenever needed.

  • Page 68: How Do I Enter Text With Powertouch Iii

    Before using your LCD remote to control Entré, you must first program it. For information about programming your LCD remote, See “How Do I Set Up My Kenwood LCD Remote to Control Entré?” on page 13. Once you do so, the LCD remote buttons operate the following Entré functions:...

  • Page 69

    Press this button on the receiver remote: Stop play. Pause play. Change to the next or previous screen page, or move to the top or bottom of the list showing on the screen. Go to the Guide Screen. Go to the Options Menu for the current mode.

  • Page 70: Using An Optional Usb Keyboard With Entré

    Kenwood Sovereign DVD and CD changers. Not all buttons or commands work with Entré. Check the Kenwood USA Web site at www.kenwoodusa.com for the most recent list of compatible keyboards. Complete Guide to Your Entré Entertainment Hub, ver. 2.0 Like this button on the Entré...

  • Page 71: Chapter 3: Managing Your Music

    CDDB capability. Entré does not control other changers. References in this manual to a “connected changer” refer only to compatible Kenwood Sovereign or Kenwood changers. This chapter explains how to use the Music mode, and includes the following...

  • Page 72: How Do I Create My Music Collection

    Browse and Play My Music Collection?” on page 60 If you have DVD-Audio discs loaded in a connected Kenwood Sovereign DVD changer, they can be accessed via on the remote. (They are listed as “Unknown Disc”). For more information, see “Managing Your Movies” on page 111.

  • Page 73

    • A custom Playlist When you select a custom Playlist from the Guide screen, the individual tracks on that Playlist appear as Channels below it. For more information about Playlist Channels, see “How Do I Browse Playlists?” on page 63. To play music, highlight any Channel from the Music Guide screen and press on the remote.

  • Page 74: How Do I Browse Music Groups

    Kenwood Sovereign 400-disc changer. The Rental Zone is a few easily accessible disc slots in the changer, specifically designed with rental discs in mind. See the information included with your Kenwood Sovereign 400-disc changer for more information. Complete Guide to Your Entré Entertainment Hub, ver. 2.0...

  • Page 75: How Do I Browse Music Channels

    How Do I Browse and Play My Music Collection? In addition to the five automatically created Groups, Entré also creates Groups using disc information downloaded from the CDDB. Entré can create up to 22 Groups, based on standard music genres contained in the CDDB service.

  • Page 76: Controlling Music Play Order

    Managing Your Music Controlling Music Play Order Control the order that Groups, titles, or Playlists play in from the Music Play Mode. Repeat a Group, title, or Playlist, or shuffle the tracks in random order. 1. Press on the remote. 2.

  • Page 77: Inserting And Removing Discs

    Entré returns to the default play mode, Normal, when you turn it off. Do not use the Play Options when playing a disc located in one of the Rental Zone slots of a connected Kenwood Sovereign DVD changer. Inserting and Removing Discs Insert audio discs into either the Entré...

  • Page 78: Connected Changer

    Managing Your Music Connected Changer When you insert a disc into a connected DVD or CD changer, Entré attempts to read the disc. The disc information appears as “Unknown” until Entré connects to the Internet and retrieves disc info and cover art (if available).

  • Page 79

    The following table explains the buttons that appear on the first screen. Press: 1. edit playlist Edit an existing Playlist. 2. EXIT Return to the Guide screen. 3. delete playlist Delete an existing Playlist. 4. delete music Delete MP3s from Entré’s music storage system.

  • Page 80: Managing Music Playlists

    Managing Your Music Press: 5. get music info Get information about music in Entré’s music storage system or a connected disc changer. 6. transfer to Transfer MP3s to a connected portable portable MP3 player. 7. erase cd-rw Erase a rewritable CD. 8.

  • Page 81

    3. Press to save the Playlist name. The Edit Playlist screen appears: 4. Create the Playlist: • To view a track within a particular album, highlight that album and press • To highlight particular tracks, press the up and down buttons on the remote.

  • Page 82: How Do I Edit A Playlist

    Managing Your Music How Do I Edit a Playlist? To edit an existing Playlist: 1. From the Music Guide, highlight a Playlist. 2. Press . The Options screen appears: 3. Highlight edit playlist on the screen and press . The Edit Playlist screen appears with a Playlist displayed: 4.

  • Page 83

    5. Press to save the playlist name. The Edit Playlist screen appears: 6. Edit the playlist: • To view a track within a particular album, highlight that album and press • To highlight particular tracks, press the up and down buttons on the remote.

  • Page 84: How Do I Delete A Playlist

    Managing Your Music How Do I Delete a Playlist? 1. From the Music Guide, highlight a Playlist. 2. Press . The Options screen appears: 3. Highlight delete playlist on the screen and press . The Delete Playlist screen appears: 4. Press .

  • Page 85: Deleting Music

    Deleting Music You can remove MP3 files from Entré's high-capacity music storage system, freeing up space on the music storage system. You can also use this feature to check how much space is left on the music storage system. 1. From Music Options, highlight delete music on the screen and press .

  • Page 86: Editing Disc Information

    Managing Your Music 4. Press to delete the marked tracks. An X appears next to the channel name when you select tracks from that channel. Only the tracks you selected will be removed. Editing Disc Information The edit disc feature allows you to download or customize disc information, such as album titles, artist name, genre, or cover art.

  • Page 87

    2. Highlight edit disc on the screen and press screen appears: 3. Move to a field and press information from the Internet, go to step 66. 4. Edit the text in the field using the remote’s alphanumeric keypad. 5. Press to edit the next field.

  • Page 88: Editing Track Information

    Managing Your Music Editing Track Information The edit tracks button in Music Options allows you to change track names for the currently selected album. To edit track information: 1. From the Music Guide, highlight the a disc and press Options screen appears: 2.

  • Page 89: Managing Music Groups

    Managing Music Groups When you create a custom Group, you create a Playlist of titles—including entire CDs, MP3 Playlists, or even custom Playlists. For example, you could create a Group containing all the albums from your favorite artist. Create, edit, and delete Groups at any time to help you find your favorite music quickly.

  • Page 90

    Managing Your Music 2. Highlight new group on the screen and press screen appears: 3. Enter a name for the new Group. 4. Press to save the Group name. The Edit Music Group screen appears: 5. Create the group: • Press the up and down buttons to highlight titles. •...

  • Page 91: How Do I Edit A Group

    How Do I Customize My Music Collection? How Do I Edit a Group? To edit an existing group: 1. From the Music Guide, highlight a Group. 2. Press . Music Options appears: 3. Highlight more... on the screen and press .

  • Page 92

    Managing Your Music 4. Highlight edit group on the screen and press screen appears: 5. Edit the name of the Group. 6. Press to save the Group name. The Edit Music Group screen appears: 7. Edit the Group: • Press the up and down buttons to highlight titles. Titles already included in the selected Group are marked with a check mark.

  • Page 93: How Do I Delete A Group

    How Do I Customize My Music Collection? How Do I Delete a Group? To delete an existing Group: 1. From the Music Guide, highlight a Group. 2. Press . Music Options appears: 3. Highlight more… on the screen and press .

  • Page 94: Erasing Rewritable Cds

    Managing Your Music 4. Highlight delete group on the screen and press Group screen appears: 5. Press 6. Highlight delete on the screen and press return to the Guide screen. Erasing Rewritable CDs With rewritable CDs (CD-RWs), you can both record and erase information on the disc—allowing you to use the CDs over and over.

  • Page 95: Getting Music Information

    2. Highlight erase cd-rw on the screen and press CD-RW currently in the internal CD drawer. Erasing a CD-RW also erases any disc/track information on the disc, so when Entré is finished it displays an empty Player screen. Press screen. Getting Music Information Use the Get Music Information feature to view information about the music stored in a connected disc changer.

  • Page 96: How Do I Record Music

    CDDB database, Entré displays “Unknown disc” instead of the disc's title and “Track 1, Track 2" (etc.) instead of the disc and track titles. If Entré is connected to a compatible Kenwood Sovereign 400 disc changer that is full, identifying all discs for the very first time can take between three and four hours via a dial- up Internet connection.

  • Page 97: Recording From A Cd To Entré's Storage System

    • Record a mix of different CD tracks from a connected changer onto a CD-R or CD-RW ('Audio mix CD'). See “Recording Music from Different CDs onto a Single CD” on page 90. • Record a mix of different tracks from an external audio source (a tape, radio, etc.) onto a conventional CD-R/RW ('Ext to audio CD').

  • Page 98

    Managing Your Music To maximize compression speed, conventional CDs are first stored on Entré’s music storage system in standard format, and are then compressed into MP3 format “in the background,” while Entré is performing other functions. The compression process can take up to 30 minutes per disc. (Entré...

  • Page 99: Mp3 Recording Bit Rates

    with the name “Unidentified Track” instead of their ID3 tag song information. To determine if Entré has finished reading the entire disc, press 3. Highlight rip to internal hd and press The Music - Record screen appears: 4. Select tracks: •...

  • Page 100: Backing Up Your Collection

    ID3 tag information. Re-associate cover art for albums by using the ‘Search For Cover’ and ‘Select Cover’ functions in Entré’s Music Options screen (see page 75). Kenwood Corporation is not responsible for lost data (music, file information, etc.). Complete Guide to Your Entré Entertainment Hub, ver. 2.0...

  • Page 101: Recording A Mix Of Mp3 Tracks From The Music Storage System Onto A Cd-r Or Cd-rw

    Recording a Mix of MP3 Tracks from the Music Storage System onto a CD-R or CD-RW You can select any combination of MP3s from Entré's music storage system to record to an MP3-encoded CD-R or CD-RW. On Entré, this process is called “MP3 mix CD.”...

  • Page 102: Recording Music From Different Cds Onto A Single Cd

    Managing Your Music 3. Select tracks: • All tracks on the first Channel are marked for recording by default. To deselect a track, highlight it and press tracks on a disc, press The tracks record in the order shown. 4. Press to start recording.

  • Page 103

    2. Press . The Music Record Options screen appears: 3. Highlight audio mix cd and press appears: Only the CD Group is shown. 4. Select the tracks you want to record. 5. Press . The Reorder Tracks screen appears. 6. Use the left and right arrow buttons to put the tracks in the order you want them to appear on the CD.

  • Page 104: Copying An Entire Cd

    Entré's CD tray and attempt to copy it, Entré displays a warning that copying is prohibited and it will not copy the disc. If you have a compatible Kenwood Sovereign DVD changer connected to Entré, place the disc in the changer and copy it.

  • Page 105

    2. Press . The Music Record Options screen appears: 3. Highlight duplicate disc and press The Music - Record screen appears: Only the CD Group is shown. 4. Select the disc you want to copy: • The first disc is automatically selected for recording. To deselect the disc press If the disc you select does not fill the available space on the new CD, you can select another disc.

  • Page 106: Recording From An External Source To A Recordable Cd

    Entré begins recording. Recording from an External Source to a Recordable CD Record music from any source connected to your receiver (cassette, record, etc.) to a recordable CD. On Entré, this process is called “Ext to Audio CD”.

  • Page 107: Recording From An External Source To Entré's Music Storage System

    Recording from an External Source to Entré’s Music Storage System Record music from any source connected to your receiver (cassette, LP , etc.) and store it in Entré’s music storage system. On Entré, this process is called “Ext to MP3 on HD”.

  • Page 108

    5. Move to Receiver (Rec In) on the screen. Press Entré's different audio inputs to select the one you want to record from. Receiver (Rec In) is an analog input, and requires that you set the input level to get the best recording. To do so, play a loud section of the song you want to record, and use the ‘up’...

  • Page 109: How Do I Transfer Music To A Portable Player

    • Compaq PA-2 • Rio 600. For an updated list of supported players check the Kenwood USA Web site at www.kenwoodusa.com. To transfer music to a portable player: 1. Highlight a title on the Music Guide. 2. Connect a USBcable from a supported portable MP3 player to the USB port on Entré’s front panel.

  • Page 110

    Managing Your Music The Transfer Music screen appears: If the screen doesn’t appear automatically, see “Accessing the Transfer Music Screen” on page 99. 3. Select the tracks to transfer: • Press the up and down buttons to highlight tracks. If a track already exists on the portable player, a check mark appears next to it.

  • Page 111: Accessing The Transfer Music Screen

    4. Press to start the transfer process. A status screen appears showing the estimated transfer time and the time remaining until the transfer is complete. You can’t use any other Entré features until the transfer is complete. Do not unplug the portable player's USB connector during the transfer process.

  • Page 112: How Do I Transfer Music From The Internet To Entré

    Kenwood Entré Media Manager software is not available for the Macintosh. See “How do I Install Kenwood Entré Media Manager Software?” on page 31 for information on installing Media Manager on your computer. Complete Guide to Your Entré Entertainment Hub, ver. 2.0 .

  • Page 113: Starting Media Manager

    Starting Media Manager To start Media Manager: 1. Open the Start menu and select Programs|Kenwood Entré Media Man- ager. Media Manager searches the network for Entré: Media Manager can find Entré even if Entré is powered down. If Media Manager does not find Entré, see “How Do I Solve Problems with Media Manager?”...

  • Page 114

    Managing Your Music When it finishes, it displays its main window: From this window, you can: • Search your computer for stored music (see “Searching Your Com- puter for Music Files” on page 103) • Import playlists (see Media Manager online help) •...

  • Page 115: Searching Your Computer For Music Files

    Searching Your Computer for Music Files Media Manager includes a search function that you can use to locate music you have: • downloaded from the Internet • uploaded from a portable digital music player Media Manager can look for playlists or tracks. To search your computer for music files: 1.

  • Page 116: Importing Music Files To Media Manager

    Managing Your Music Importing Music Files to Media Manager If you do not need to search for music files on your computer (i.e., all your music files are located in a particular directory, or you already know where the file(s) you want to import are stored), Media Manager can import them directly, without searching.

  • Page 117: Changing Cover Art

    Changing Cover Art If you want a different image displayed on Entré and in Media Manager as the cover for an album or track, you can import any GIF or JPG on your computer. When you import an MP3 from your computer, the cover art does not come with it.

  • Page 118: Adding Found Music To Albums

    Managing Your Music Adding Found Music to Albums Once you have sucessfully searched your hard drive for and music files, you can add them from the search results to albums or playlists. You can only add MP3 files to “virtual” albums, i.e., albums that have been created from MP3 files.

  • Page 119

    To add music files to an album or playlist: 1. Select an artist, group, album, or playlist. You may need to search your Media Manager library to find the file you want (see the Media Manager online help). 2. From the track details or search results area, select files to add: •...

  • Page 120: Synchronizing Your Media Manager Files With Entré

    Managing Your Music Synchronizing Your Media Manager Files with Entré Once you have made changes in Media Manager, you are ready to synchronize these changes with the Entré’s internal music storage system. This menu option does not become active until you have made changes. Synchronizing When You Exit Media Manager If you have made changes, but not synchronized them before exiting, Media Manager prompts you to do so:...

  • Page 121: Synchronizing Manually

    How Do I Transfer Music from the Internet to Entré? Synchronizing Manually You can choose to synchronize Media Manager and Entré at any time. To do so, open the File menu and click Synchronize Library. Entré begins synchronizing: Once this process is done, you can continue organizing your files in Media Manager or exit the application.

  • Page 122

    Managing Your Music Complete Guide to Your Entré Entertainment Hub, ver. 2.0...

  • Page 123: Chapter 4: Managing Your Movies

    Internet. To enter Movie mode, press You must have a Kenwood Sovereign DVD changer connected to Entré in order to use Movie mode. If there is no connected changer or if the changer is not supported, Entré...

  • Page 124: How Do I Browse And Play My Movie Collection

    Managing Your Movies How Do I Browse and Play My Movie Collection? Browse and select movies from your collection from the Movie Guide. For more information about how to use the Guide screen, see “Browsing Entertainment Media” on page 47. Inserting and Removing Discs Insert DVDs into a connected DVD changer.

  • Page 125: How Do I Browse Movie Groups

    The “All” group is generated automatically, and cannot be modified or deleted. If you place a disc in a Rental Zone slot of a connected compatible Kenwood Sovereign 400-disc DVD changer, Entré automatically generates a “Rental” group. If all discs are removed from the Rental Zone slots, the “Rental” group disappears.

  • Page 126: How Do I Browse Movie Channels

    Managing Your Movies database. To learn more about how to download information from the MovieDB, see “Editing Disc Information” on page 120. The genres, such as Adventure, Drama, Horror, or Romance, exist as Groups as long as there is a movie of that genre on the system. For example, if you remove the only remaining drama from a connected DVD changer, the Drama Group is removed from the screen.

  • Page 127: Managing Movie Groups

    When you press OPTIONS appears: The following table explains the buttons that appear on the first screen. This button: Allows you to do this: new group Create a new group. edit group Edit an existing group. delete group Delete an existing group. EXIT Return to the Guide screen.

  • Page 128: How Do I Create A New Group

    Managing Your Movies How Do I Create a New Group? To create a new Group: 1. From Movies Options, highlight new group on the screen and press The New Group screen appears: 2. Enter the name for the new Group using the alpha-numeric keypad on the remote.

  • Page 129: How Do I Edit A Group

    How Do I Customize My Movies? How Do I Edit a Group? To edit an existing group: 1. From the Movie Guide, highlight a Group. 2. Press . Movies Options appears: OPTIONS 3. Highlight edit group on the screen and press .

  • Page 130: How Do I Delete A Group

    Managing Your Movies 5. Press to save the Group name. The Edit Movie Group screen appears: 6. Press the navigation buttons • To add a title to the Group, press that this title is included in this Group. • To delete a channel from a Group, highlight the channel and press The check mark toggles off to show that the track is not included in the Group.

  • Page 131: Getting Movie Information

    3. Highlight delete group on the screen and press screen appears: 4. Press . A dialog confirms Group deletion. 5. Highlight delete on the screen and press You can delete a Group automatically created with information from the MovieDB. However, the next time you download information from the database, the Group will be recreated.

  • Page 132: Editing Disc Information

    Managing Your Movies To view movie information: 1. From Movies Options, highlight get movie info on the screen and press . The Get Movie Info screen appears: Entré attempts to identify all unknown discs. If a disc's information is not contained in the MovieDB database, Entré...

  • Page 133

    2. Highlight edit disc on the screen and press Information screen appears: From this screen, you can customize the disc’s information. 3. Move to a field and press 4. Edit the text in the field using the alpha-numeric keypad on the remote. 5.

  • Page 134: Selecting Cover Art

    Managing Your Movies Selecting Cover Art If there is no cover art downloadable from MovieDB, choose generic cover art for the currently selected title by using the “Get Cover Art” option. To select cover art: 1. From the Movie Guide, highlight a disc edit and press Options screen appears: 2.

  • Page 135: Chapter 5: Managing Your Radio Stations

    You must be connected to the Internet to access radio stations on the Web. AM and FM radio functions are available only with a connected Kenwood Sovereign receiver. The AM and FM Groups are not visible unless Entré is connected to a Kenwood Sovereign receiver.

  • Page 136: How Do I Browse And Listen To Radio Stations

    Managing Your Radio Stations How Do I Browse and Listen to Radio Stations? Browse and select radio stations from the Radio Guide. For more information about how to use the Guide screen, see “Browsing Entertainment Media” on page 47. Before you use Entré to listen to the radio for the first time, you need to update all Internet Radio stations to be able to receive all 60 Sirius Satellite Radio music stations.

  • Page 137

    Groups appear on the Radio Guide as buttons lined up horizontally at the top of the radio listings. Up to five Groups can be shown on the Radio Guide screen at a time. If more than five Groups exist, the Group on the far right shows a green arrow indicating that there are more Groups.

  • Page 138: How Do I Browse Radio Station Channels

    FM and AM radio stations located within 75 miles of the center of your Zip Code. You can also easily add new FM/AM radio stations. Make sure that your receiver or tuner's FM and AM antennas are connected before performing this operation.

  • Page 139

    AM and FM functions are available only with a connected Kenwood Sovereign receiver. The AM and FM Groups are not visible unless Entré is connected to a Kenwood Sovereign receiver. To automatically tune AM or FM stations: 1. From Radio Options, highlight .

  • Page 140

    Managing Your Radio Stations Adding New AM or FM Radio Stations 1. From the Radio Options screen, highlight new station on the screen and press . The New Station screen appears: 2. Highlight the type of station you want to add and press AM/FM Station screen appears: 3.

  • Page 141: Tuning Internet Radio Stations

    Tuning Internet Radio Stations During Internet configuration, Entré automatically added most Internet radio stations that are partnered with Kenwood and OpenGlobe, including several Sirius Satellite Radio music stations. To receive all 60 of Sirius Satellite Radio’s music stations, you need to first manually update Entré’s Internet Radio station directory.

  • Page 142

    Managing Your Radio Stations Adding New Internet Radio Stations 1. From the Radio Options screen, highlight new station on the screen and press . The New Station screen appears: 2. Highlight internet on the screen and press tion screen appears: 3.

  • Page 143: How Do I Customize My Radio Stations

    How Do I Customize My Radio Stations? How Do I Customize My Radio Stations? Organize and customize access to radio stations by using the Radio Options screen. From Radio Options, you can add radio stations to Entré, add and manage Groups, and update station information.

  • Page 144: Managing Radio Groups

    Managing Your Radio Stations The following table explains the buttons that appear on the first screen. Press: new group Create a new Group. edit group Edit an existing Group. delete group Delete an existing Group. get radio info Tune Entré’s radio stations EXIT Return to the Guide screen.

  • Page 145: How Do I Create A New Group

    How Do I Create a New Group? 1. From Radio Options, highlight new group on the screen and press The New Group screen appears: 2. Enter a name for the new Group. 3. Press to save the Group name. The Edit Internet Radio Group screen appears: 4.

  • Page 146: How Do I Edit A Group

    Managing Your Radio Stations How Do I Edit a Group? To edit an existing Group: 1. From the Radio Guide, highlight a Group. 2. Press . Radio Options appears. OPTIONS 3. Highlight edit group on the screen and press screen appears: 4.

  • Page 147: How Do I Delete A Group

    • To delete a station from a Group, highlight the station and press The check mark toggles off to show that the station is not included in the Group. • To save the edited Group and return to the Radio Guide, press How Do I Delete a Group? To delete an existing Group: 1.

  • Page 148: Editing Stations

    Managing Your Radio Stations Editing Stations With the Edit Station feature you can update station information, such as the name of the station, the Internet address for an Internet station, or the call letters for a traditional AM or FM station. 1.

  • Page 149

    2. Highlight delete station on the screen on the screen and press Delete Radio Station screen appears: 3. Press to delete the station. A message appears to confirm deletion. 4. Highlight delete on the screen and press and returns to the Radio Guide. Complete Guide to Your Entré...

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    Managing Your Radio Stations Complete Guide to Your...

  • Page 151: Chapter 6: Using The Internet

    Chapter 6: Using the Internet Browse through available music and movie selections and order your favorites right from the privacy of your own home. This chapter introduces you to features available through the OpenGlobe™ e-commerce Web site. This chapter is divided into the following sections: How Do I Order Music and Movies? How Do I Get More Information About My Media Collections? How Do I Get Information About Music I Tagged On My Axcess Remote...

  • Page 152: How Do I Get Information About Music I Tagged On My Axcess Remote Portal

    OpenGlobe Web site. To retrieve information about tagged music: 1. Press 2. Select ACCOUNT 3. Click to see the information or purchase MY KENWOOD AXCESS WISH LIST the music. Complete Guide to Your Entré Entertainment Hub, ver. 2.0...

  • Page 153: Chapter 7: Troubleshooting

    3. Go over all device connections slowly and methodically. If you are using a programmed remote (such as Kenwood’s PowerTouch III), double-check the settings on your remote. Wrong or loose connections are the most likely cause of the most com- mon home entertainment problem: no sound.

  • Page 154: How Do I Contact Kenwood

    The rest of this chapter presents some common problems, grouped by type, and the steps you can take to resolve them. How Do I Contact Kenwood? We recommend reading this chapter before calling Kenwood. If you are still experiencing difficulties, use one of the following methods to contact Kenwood Customer Support: •...

  • Page 155: I Can See The Entré Guide On My Tv Screen, But I Don't See A Picture From The Dvd Player Or Vcr

    Internet connection, so its audio outputs must be connected to your receiver or amplifier. • Your receiver’s “tape monitor” feature is not on. On Kenwood Sovereign receivers, this is labeled CD2/Tape Monitor. • Your receiver is set to the input jack with which you connected Entré.

  • Page 156: How Do I Solve Internet Connection Problems

    Ethernet adapter detected If you are connecting to the Internet via a DSL, cable or LAN, you must purchase a compatible USB-to-Ethernet adapter (Check the Kenwood USA Web site at www.kenwoodusa.com to purchase a supported Ethernet adapter.) Once you have connected the adapter, press setup.

  • Page 157: I Received One Of The Following Error Messages

    Any free Internet connection (such as Juno or Yahoo) Entré is not compatible with these Internet service providers. Open- Globe, Kenwood’s Internet partner, provides a variety of Internet ser- vices. For more information, call the number given on Entré’s screen.

  • Page 158: Entré Is Unable To Complete A Software Update

    Entré is unable to complete a software update Most likely, this is caused by heavy Internet traffic through your ISP . Try the update at a different time. If the problem persists, contact Kenwood Customter Support. How do I Solve Home Network Problems?

  • Page 159

    • On Windows NT/2000/XP computers: Click Start and select Run. Type cmd and click OK or press At the command prompt, type ipconfig/all and press Scroll to the Ethernet adapter settings and write down the fol- lowing information: • IP address •...

  • Page 160: Entré Displayed A Message About A "dhcp Failure

    Troubleshooting Entré displayed a message about a “DHCP Failure” This message means that Entré is not connecting to the router. To fix this problem: 1. Verify that all network equipment (USB adapters, HPnA bridges, routers, switches, hubs, etc.) indicate that they are "linking." If they are linking, you will see a steady or blinking light above or next to the port where Entré...

  • Page 161: How Do I Solve A Problem With Entré

    Select save. h. If necessary, repeat. It may be necessary to repeat this process several times. If problem continues, contact Kenwood Customer Support. How Do I Solve a Problem with Entré? Entré displayed a message saying my high-capacity music storage system was full Delete one or more MP3s.

  • Page 162: Entré Takes A Long Time To Start Up Or The Standby Light On Entré's Front Panel Flashes When I Turn It On

    Troubleshooting • Listening to or managing radio stations, see “Managing Your Radio Sta- tions” on page 123. • Accessing the Internet, see “Using the Internet” on page 139. If the problem persists, try restting Entré. See “Entré fails to respond to front panel or remote commands or is responding erroneously”...

  • Page 163: Entré Did Not Find A Dvd Or Cd Title During Quick Lookup When I Inserted The Disc

    Controller? I don’t see icons for Entré You must upgrade your PowerTouch III with the control information for Entré. Contact Kenwood Customer Service at 1-800-KENWOOD for upgrade infor- mation. Complete Guide to Your Entré Entertainment Hub, ver. 2.0 until the remote's LED blinks twice.

  • Page 164: How Do I Solve Radio Problems

    Troubleshooting How do I solve Radio Problems? When I try to tune to a Sirius Radio Station, Entré reads “Sta- tion Not Available.” Entré does not automatically find Sirius Radio stations. You must manually tune them in. See “Tuning Stations” on page 126 for instructions. How Do I Solve Problems with Media Manager? Media Manager does not see Entré...

  • Page 165: Glossary

    Glossary This glossary explains the terminology used in this Guide. Since your Entré uses such new technology, many of the terms used in this Guide have very specific meanings. Defining them here helps make the instructions and information more understandable. Channel: One piece of entertainment media within a Group.

  • Page 166

    Glossary Player Screen: The Player Screen displays the selected entertainment media. For example, you view a selected movie from the player screen. Or, you view the player screen while you listen to music or a radio station. For more information about the Player screen, see “Playing Entertainment Media” on page 50.

  • Page 167: Appendix A: Program Codes

    Appendix A: Program Codes Setup Codes for Cable Comband ... 0232 Converters Comtronics ... 0040, 0060 Contec... 0019 ABC ... 0003, 0008 0014, 0017 Digi ... 0637 0007, 0011 0013, 0001 0033 Eastern... 0002 Allegro ... 0153, 0315 Emerson... 0797 Americast...

  • Page 168: Setup Codes For Satellite Receivers

    Appendix A: Program Codes Regency ... 0002 Texscan... 0001 Rembrandt... 0011, 0070 Timeless... 0418 Runco ... 0000 Tocom ... 0012, 0013 Toshiba ... 0000 SL Marx ... 0040 Tusa ... 0015 Samsung ... 0144, 0040 Scientific Atlanta ... 0008, 0477 Unika...

  • Page 169: Setup Codes For Tvs

    Setup Codes for TVs Uniden ... 0724, 0722 0052, 0238 0074, 0076 A-Mark ... 0003 V - Z AOC ... 0030, 0019 Zenith... 0856 Abex ... 0032 Admiral... 0093, 0463 Adventura ... 0046 Aiko... 0092 Akai ... 0030 Alaron... 0179, 0183 Ambassador ...

  • Page 170

    0002 Gradiente ... 0053, 0056 0392 Kawasho ... 0158 Grunpy ... 0180, 0179 Kaypani ... 0052 Kenwood ... 0030, 0019 Hallmark... 0178 Kloss ... 0046, 0024 Harley Davidson ... 0179 Harman/Kardon ... 0054, 0078 Konka ... 0707, 0628 Harvard ... 0180, 0068 0016, 0151 LG ...

  • Page 171

    Penney... 0047, 0747 1347, 0156 RCA ... 0047, 0747 0051, 0060 0030, 0178 0021, 0056 0019, 0018 0135, 0039 0003, 0027 0032, 0002 Philco ... 0054, 0463 0030, 0145 Radio Shack... 0047, 0747 0019, 0096 0020, 0028 Philips... 0054 Pilot ... 0030, 0019 0039 Realistic ...

  • Page 172

    Appendix A: Program Codes Vidtech ... 0178, 0019 Universal... 0027 Viking ... 0046, 0312 W, X Vector Research ... 0030 Wards ... 0054, 0030 Victor... 0053 Vidikron... 0054, 0242 0165, 0096 0020, 0080 0027, 0111 0028, 0029 0174 White Westinghouse ... 0463, 0623 0178, 0021 0624 0179, 0056...

  • Page 173: Appendix B: Specifications

    Appendix B: Specifications Audio Frequency Response: 20Hz – 20kHz ±0.5dB THD: <0.003% (1kHz) Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 100dB Channel Separation: 95dB (1kHz) Input Impedance: 47 kohms Output Impedance: 200 ohms Video Bandwidth (pass-through): 45MHz (Component), 6.5MHz (Composite) Drive CD-ROM Read Speed: 24X CD-R Write Speed: 10X CD-RW Write Speed: 4X Dimensions and Weight...

  • Page 174

    Appendix B: Specifications Complete Guide to Your Entré Entertainment Hub, ver. 2.0...

  • Page 175: Index

    ...82 recording ...85 recording from external source 94 recording from multiple to new CD ...90 centering, screen ...34 changer connecting a Kenwood Sovereign DVD ...9 management ...34 statistics ...34 changing cover art ...105 channel separation ...161 channels ...47, 153 adding to groups ...79...

  • Page 176

    ...iii Kenwood Sovereign DVD changer ... 9 Kenwood Sovereign DVD changer to non-Kenwood receiver ... 8 Kenwood sovereign DVD or CD changer to Sovereign receiver ... 6 Kenwood Sovereign receiver ... 5 non-Kenwood receiver to Kenwood Sovereign DVD changer ... 9...

  • Page 177

    playlists ... 70 radio groups ... 134 stations ... 136 track information ... 76 entering numbers and text ... 41 numbers with PowerTouch III 55 product codes ... 10 text with PowerTouch III ... 56 entertainment media ... 153 entertainment media, browsing ... 47 Entré...

  • Page 178

    ... 56 Kenwood, contacting ... 142 keyboard, USB ... 58 LCD remote controlling Entré ... 16 setting up Kenwood ... 13 TV2 input, identifying ... 13 using ... 56 listening to radio stations ... 124 loading batteries ... 10 locks up ...

  • Page 179

    ... 143 no sound on MP3s or Internet radio 143 non-Kenwood receiver Complete Guide to Your Entré Entertainment Hub, ver. 2.0 connecting ...9 connecting Kenwood Sovereign DVD changer ...8 numbers entering ...41 entering with PowerTouch III .55 options screen ...153 order, controlling play ...64...

  • Page 180

    ... 34 ratio, signal-to-noise ... 161 read speed, CD-ROM ... 161 receiver connecting ... 4 connecting a non-Kenwood ... 9 connecting a non-Sovereign primary ... 9 Complete Guide to Your Entré Entertainment Hub, ver. 2.0 connecting Kenwood Sovereign DVD changer to non-Kenwood ...8...

  • Page 181

    ... 34 separation, channel ... 161 setting up Entré remote ... 10 Kenwood LCD remote ... 13 settings dialup ... 32 primary TCP/IP ... 33 secondary TCP/IP ... 33 udio and video ... 34 setup, Internet ... 25 setup codes cable converters ...

  • Page 182

    Index video connection types ... 3 specifications ... 161 video settings ... 34 video sources, selecting ... 11 watching TV without turning on Entré ... 3 weight ... 161 Complete Guide to Your Entré Entertainment Hub, ver. 2.0 weight specifications ...161 width specifications ...161 wireless network connecting ...21...

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