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DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER
HD20GA7
[PLAYER]

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):
The latest information can be found in the FAQ. Please consult the
FAQ section on the KENWOOD website of your resident country.
(if necessary you can find a link to your local website on
www.kenwood.com
<http://www.kenwood.com>).

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  • Page 1: Instruction Manual

    INSTRUCTION MANUAL Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ): The latest information can be found in the FAQ. Please consult the FAQ section on the KENWOOD website of your resident country. (if necessary you can find a link to your local website on www.kenwood.com...

  • Page 2: Preparation Section

    If any accessories are missing, or if the unit is damaged or fails to operate, notify your dealer immediately. If the unit was shipped to you directly, notify your shipper immediately. Kenwood recommends that you retain the original carton and packing materials in case you need to move or ship the unit in the future.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    PLAYER Preparation section Contents Preparation section Application section Before applying power ........2 Playback of playlist ........22 Unpacking ............ 2 Setup of playback mode ......23 Special features ..........2 Setup of sound mode ........25 Operating Precautions ........4 Adjusting [CUSTOM SOUND] ....

  • Page 4: Operating Precautions

    Notes on recorded audio data ¶ Even when the recorded audio data is destroyed or erased due to a trouble in the player or the PC, KENWOOD will not assume any liabilities for the loss of data or other associated damages (such as the expenses required to purchase or obtain the music audio data).

  • Page 5

    ¶ Do not switch off the player or unplug the USB cable during the write or read operation in/from the built-in HDD. ¶ Note that KENWOOD will not assume any liabilities for damages related to the data stored in the built-in HDD.

  • Page 6

    If the available playback time becomes very short even after the battery has been recharged fully, the battery may be degraded; replace it with new one. ¶ KENWOOD will not assume any liabilities for the alteration or loss of data caused due to complete discharg- ing of the built-in battery.

  • Page 7: Ac Adaptor

    PLAYER Preparation section Operating Precautions AC adaptor Use the enclosed AC adaptor (AC-050150A) for this product. Read "Safety precautions" in the Quick Start Manual before use. Also read the following information thoroughly and observe the instructions. ¶ Do not bring a metallic object into contact with an electrical contact of the AC adaptor. ¶...

  • Page 8: Outline Of The Player

    The audio data in the MP3, WMA and WAV formats stored in the PC can be transferred to the player using application software Kenwood Media Application. The audio data stored in the PC can be ripped off from music CDs using the Windows Media Player 9 or Windows Media Player 10.

  • Page 9: Names And Functions Of Parts

    PLAYER Preparation section Names and functions of parts (Top view) (Left side view) (Front view) (Right side view) 1 DC 5V 8 Multi-control (Center) button &£ (External power) jack $ 2 USB jack % 9 Multi-control (Right/Left) button &£ 3 Phones jack ^ 0 Multi-control (Up/Down) button &£...

  • Page 10: Displayed Views

    Search using Album name. * [GENRE] Search using Genre name. * [PLAYLIST] Search using Playlist name. The playlists can be cre- ated using Kenwood Media Application. ✍ [Kenwood Media Application] INSTRUCTION MANUAL [Creation of playlist] [FOLDER] Search using Folder name.

  • Page 11

    When playback is started by selecting [ARTIST] in If the audio data is accompanied with the jacket pic- the Home view: ture information, the picture is shown in this area. ✍ [Kenwood Media Application] INSTRUCTION MANUAL £ [Setting the jacket picture] ¢...

  • Page 12: Operation Guide

    PLAYER Preparation section Displayed views [MENU] view When the / button is pressed, a menu containing the items associated with the current view page pops up. This is the [MENU] view. POINT : ¶ Pressing the / button again closes the [MENU] view. The [MENU] view also closes when no operation is performed for about 10 seconds after it is opened.

  • Page 13

    PLAYER Preparation section Displayed views Switching between views Home view Library view Select an item other than [SETUP], and press the multi-control (Right) [ ] button. Go to the top page of the view and press the multi- control (Left) [ ] button. Press the multi- Select the audio data control (Left) [ ]...

  • Page 14: Recharging Of The Built-in Battery

    PLAYER Preparation section Recharging of the built-in battery The player starts to recharge the built-in battery at the moment the AC adaptor (provided accessory) is connected to the player. Recharge the battery fully before using the player for the first time after purchase or when after it has not been used for a long period of time.

  • Page 15: Recharging Through The Usb Connection From The Pc

    PLAYER Preparation section Recharging of the built-in battery Recharging through the USB connection from the PC Connect the PC to the player using the USB cable (provided accessory). If a USB cable other than provided is used, the required operations may be unavailable. USB cable (provided accessory) POINT :...

  • Page 16: Basic Section

    Playback of audio data Preparation ¶ Transfer audio data to the player. ✍ [Kenwood Media Application] INSTRUCTION MANUAL & [Transfer of audio data from the PC to the player] ¶ Connect the headphones (provided accessory). ¶ Turn the player on.

  • Page 17: Selecting And Playing Audio Data

    PLAYER Basic section Playback of audio data Selecting and playing audio data The demonstration song is installed beforehand in the player. With the Home view displayed, press the multi-control (Up/Down) button to select a item ([ARTIST], [ALBUM], [GENRE] or [FOLDER]), and press the multi-control (Right) button. Pressing the multi-control (Up/Down) button deeply scrolls the displayed items at a high speed.

  • Page 18

    PLAYER Basic section Playback of audio data Configuration of Artist/Album/Genre in the Home view Artist <Artist name>: Library of audio data having the same Artist name <Album name> <Album name> <Audio data name> <Audio data name> <Album name> <Artist name> Album <Album name>: Library of audio data having the same Album name <Audio data name>...

  • Page 19: Stopping Playback Temporarily (pause)

    PLAYER Basic section Playback of audio data Stopping playback temporarily (Pause) Press the multi-control (Center) button during playback. Pressing the multi-control (Center) button to resume playback. POINT : ¶ When the played item contains multiple audio data or after playback is stopped completely, it may take a few seconds before playback starts after the multi-control (Center) button is pressed.

  • Page 20: Fast Forwarding/fast Reversing Audio

    PLAYER Basic section Playback of audio data Fast forwarding/fast reversing audio With the Play view displayed during playback, press and hold the multi-control (Up/Down) button for more than 1 second. The fast forward/reverse speed can be varied according to the depth of pressing the button. Multi-control (Up) button: Press lightly: Low-speed (x20-speed equivalent) fast reverse.

  • Page 21: Skipping To The Previous Or Next Album

    PLAYER Basic section Playback of audio data Skipping to the previous or next album With the Play view displayed, press the / button. The [MENU] view appears. Press the multi-control (Up/Down) button to select [SKIP+ FOLDER] or [SKIP- FOLDER]. When [SKIP+ FOLDER] is selected: Press to skip to the previous album.

  • Page 22: Application Section

    Application section Playback of playlist Playlists can be created by installing and running application software Kenwood Media Application in the PC. To play audio data in a playlist, select it in the Playlist folder. ✍ [Kenwood Media Application] INSTRUCTION MANUAL [Creation of playlist] ( With the Home view displayed, press the multi-control (Up/Down) button to select [PLAYLIST], and press the multi-control (Right) button.

  • Page 23: Setup Of Playback Mode

    PLAYER Application section Setup of playback mode Repeat playback or random playback can be set up as required. With the Play view displayed, press the / button. The [MENU] view appears. Press the multi-control (Up/Down) button to select [PLAY MODE], and press the multi-control (Center) button.

  • Page 24

    PLAYER Application section Setup of playback mode Types of playback modes Icon in Playback mode Operation Play view Normal playback Repeated playback of all of the audio data stored in the No indication [PLAY ALL] player. Folder playback Playback of the audio data in the selected folder or [PLAY FOLDER] playlist.

  • Page 25: Setup Of Sound Mode

    PLAYER Application section Setup of sound mode The sound modes can be set as required. With the Play view displayed, press the / button. The [MENU] view appears. Press the multi-control (Up/Down) button to select [SOUND MODE], and press the multi-control (Center) button.

  • Page 26

    PLAYER Application section Setup of sound mode Types of sound modes Icon in Icon in Sound mode Sound mode Play view Play view No indication Sound mode off [JAZZ] JAZZ [NORMAL] BASS [BASS1] [DANCE] DANCE BASS [BASS2] VOICE [VOICE]* LOUD NOISE [LOUDNESS] [NOISE CUT]**...

  • Page 27: Adjusting [custom Sound]

    PLAYER Application section Setup of sound mode Adjusting [CUSTOM SOUND] The lowest and highest frequency bands can be adjusted independently. With the Play view displayed, press the / button. The [MENU] view appears. Press the multi-control (Up/Down) button to select [CUSTOM SOUND], and press the multi- control (Center) button.

  • Page 28

    PLAYER Application section Setup of sound mode Adjusting [CUSTOM SOUND] Press the multi-control (Up/Down/Right/Left) button to adjust the sound quality, and press the multi-control (Center) button. Multi-control (Right/Left) button: Adjust the level of the [BASS] or [TREBLE] fre- quency band. (0 ~ +5) Multi-control (Up/Down) button: Select the [BASS] or [TREBLE] frequency band that you want to adjust the level.

  • Page 29: Registration Of [favorite]

    PLAYER Application section Registration of [FAVORITE] Audio data can be registered as [FAVORITE] data so that you can later play only your favorite audio data. With the Library view (which shows the list of audio data in an item) displayed, press the multi-control (Up/Down) button to select the audio data you want to register as a [FAVORITE] data, and press the / button.

  • Page 30: Checking [favorite] Data

    PLAYER Application section Registration of [FAVORITE] Checking [FAVORITE] data With the Home view displayed, press the multi-control (Up/Down) button to select [FAVORITE], and press the multi-control (Right) button. The list of audio data registered as [REG. FAVORITE] data is displayed. An item of audio data can be played back by selecting it with the multi-control (Up/Down) button and then press- ing the multi-control (Center) button.

  • Page 31: Display Of Audio Data Information

    PLAYER Application section Display of audio data information The information on an item of audio data, playlist or item can be checked. With the Library view (which shows the list of audio data in a item) displayed, press the multi- control (Up/Down) button to select the audio data, playlist or item you want to check the information, and press the / button.

  • Page 32: Intro Playback

    PLAYER Application section Intro playback Only the introduction part of every item of audio data can be played back in sequence. With the Play view displayed, press the / button. The [MENU] view appears. Press the multi-control (Up/Down) button to select [INTRO], and press the multi-control (Center) button.

  • Page 33

    PLAYER Application section Intro playback Types of intro playback time Icon in Intro playback Operation Play view No indication Normal playback Playback of all of the audio data stored in the player. Playback of the first 10 seconds of every item of audio 10-sec.

  • Page 34: Connection Of External Component

    PLAYER Application section Connection of external component An external component, such as a speaker system with built-in amps, can be connected to the phones jack. Do not use or leave the equipment in an automobile when the internal temperature rises or may rise abnormally.

  • Page 35: Easy Selection Of Audio Data And Order Of Audio Data Playback

    (Center) button is pressed POINT : ¶ The player can play only the audio data transferred using Kenwood Media Application or the Windows Media Player. ¶ The player can play up to 999 items of audio data in a folder.

  • Page 36: Modification/check Of Setups

    PLAYER Application section Modification/check of setups The [SETUP] view can be used to modify the setups of the player, including the playback mode and beep tone, as desired as well as to check their current setups. With the Home view displayed, press the multi-control (Up/Down) button to select [SETUP], and press the multi-control (Center) button.

  • Page 37

    PLAYER Application section Modification/check of setups Press the multi-control (Left) button. The Home view appears. 7 Types of setup items [SOUND MODE]: [AUTO PLAY]: The sound mode of the player can be selected. Whether or not playback starts automatically at power on [CUSTOM SOUND]: can be selected.

  • Page 38: Setting The Date And Time

    PLAYER Application section Modification/check of setups Setting the date and time With the [DATE/TIME] setup box is displayed, press the multi-control (Right/Left) button to select the item to be set. ¶ Every time the multi-control (Right) button is pressed, the selected item switches in order of [M] (Month) \ [D] (Day) \ [Y] (Year) \ [AM] or [PM] \ Hour \ Minute.

  • Page 39: Using The Player As External Hdd Unit

    ✍ [Kenwood Media Application] INSTRUCTION MANUAL [How to restore the firmware] ¤ POINT : After deletion of the audio data, the contents of a library, etc. become different between the player and Kenwood Media Application. In this case, the consistency can be recovered by performing either operation below.

  • Page 40: Glossary

    PLAYER Knowledgesections Glossary MP3: An international data compression standard of MPEG, which is a working group in ISO (International Standardization Organization). It offers compression rates between about 1/10 and 1/12. WAV: The extension used with the Windows standard non-compressed audio files. WMA (Windows Media Audio): An audio compressed encoding format developed by Microsoft Corporation.

  • Page 41: Displayed Massages And Actions To Be Taken Against Them

    [Updating of libraries] ∞ The audio data you tried to play is destroyed or the bit rate is incompatible. DATA ERROR The data should be retransferred in the player using Kenwood Media Application or Windows Media Player. ✍ [Kenwood Media Application] INSTRUCTION MANUAL [Transfer of audio data from the PC to the player] &...

  • Page 42: In Case Of Difficulty

    Playback is impossible. There is no audio data stored in the player: Transfer audio data in the player using the application software Kenwood Media Application or Windows Media Player. ✍ [Kenwood Media Application] INSTRUCTION MANUAL [Transfer of audio data from the PC to the player] &...

  • Page 43: Specifications

    Power supply ............. AC 100-240 V Rated input capacity ..........0.2 A 13 W Rated output ............DC 5 V 1.5 A ¶ KENWOOD follows a policy of continuous advancements in development. For this reason specifications may be changed without notice.

  • Page 45: Kenwood Media Application

    INSTRUCTION MANUAL Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ): The latest information can be found in the FAQ. Please consult the FAQ section on the KENWOOD website of your resident country. (if necessary you can find a link to your local website on www.kenwood.com...

  • Page 46

    Contents Preparation section Application section Application software Creation of playlist ........19 Kenwood Media Application ..... 3 Creating a playlist and adding audio data Minimum requirements ....... 4 in it.............19 Connection of the PC and player ....5 Editing a playlist ......... 20 Installation of the application software ..

  • Page 47: Preparation Section

    ÷ It is prohibited to duplicate, modify, add or otherwise alter a part or the whole of this software. ÷ KENWOOD will not assume any liabilities for the damages incurred to the user or a third party due to the use of this software.

  • Page 48: Minimum Requirements

    ¶ Operation is not guaranteed on a PC assembled by the user. ¶ The authority of Administrator is required to use Kenwood Media Application. ¶ Due to the processing of the security system of the application software, troubles such as locking of the application or rebooting of the system may occur when the application software is used at the same time as another application employing a different security system.

  • Page 49: Connection Of The Pc And Player

    Kenwood Media Application Preparation section Connection of the PC and player After connecting the AC adaptor to the player, connect the PC to it using the USB cable. If the AC adaptor is not connected, the data stored in the built-in hard disk drive (HDD) of the player may be destroyed in case the built-in battery is exhausted.

  • Page 50: Installation Of The Application Software

    Preparation section Installation of the application software Install Kenwood Media Application, the Plug-in for Windows Media Player, the [PLAYER] INSTRUCTION MANUAL and the [Kenwood Media Application] INSTRUCTION MANUAL in your PC. Be sure to check the operating environment of your PC before installation. To view the PDF files of the instruction manuals, it is also required to install the Adobe Reader.

  • Page 51

    The details of the display may be variable depend- ing on PC. Specify the installation destination and click on [Next]. If you do not modify the default installation destina- tion, [KENWOOD] folders is created under [Program Files]. The following files and folders are installed in [KENWOOD] folder: ÷...

  • Page 52

    Kenwood Media Application Preparation section Installation of the application software Click on [Yes] if you want to view the INSTRUCTION MANUAL after completion of the setup. When [Yes] is selected, the INSTRUCTION MANUAL will be displayed after completion of the setup.

  • Page 53: Uninstalling The Application Software

    When the application software is no longer necessary, its program can be deleted from the PC. Be sure to exit from other running applications before proceeding to the following steps. Click on [Start] \ [All Programs] \ [KENWOOD] \ [Kenwood Media Application] \ [Update Or Uninstall].

  • Page 54: Reinstalling The Application Software

    Updating the application software The latest information and procedure to update your Kenwood Media Application can be found in the “Technical Support” / “Service” section on the website of your resident country (if necessary you can find a link to your local...

  • Page 55: Transfer Of Audio Data To The Player

    Transfer of audio data to the player The MP3, WMA and WAV audio data in the PC can be transferred to the player using Kenwood Media Application. To record the music CD data in the PC, use the Windows Media Player or a similar application.

  • Page 56: Disconnection Of The Pc And Player

    Kenwood Media Application Preparation section Disconnection of the PC and player The player can be disconnected from the PC with the following steps. Be sure to exit from all running applications before proceeding to the following steps. 7 Microsoft Windows XP Professional/ Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition Click on [Safely Remove Hardware] on the taskbar.

  • Page 57: Basic Section

    The main window of Kenwood Media Application is displayed. Kenwood Media Application is can also be launched by clicking on [Start] \ [All Programs] \ [KENWOOD] \ [Kenwood Media Application] \ [Kenwood Media Application]. Main window...

  • Page 58

    Kenwood Media Application Basic section Startup of Kenwood Media Application Main window 7 Menu bar [File] menu [Help] menu [Display] menu [Tool] menu [File] menu [Tool] menu [New playlist] ( [Library update] ∞ Creates a new playlist. (The same effect is also avail- Updates the library information to the latest status.

  • Page 59

    Kenwood Media Application Basic section Startup of Kenwood Media Application Main window 7 Shortcut Menu The shortcut menu can be opened by selecting and clicking the mouse’s right button on a folder or file. Options when a folder is selected:...

  • Page 60: Display Of Libraries

    Basic section Display of libraries The libraries (Artist, Album, Genre, Playlist) of audio data can be viewed. Connect the PC to the player and launch Kenwood Media Application. ✍ [Connection of the PC and player] 5 ✍ [Launching method] # Click on [PC] tab.

  • Page 61: Transfer Of Audio Data From The Pc To The Player

    The audio data (MP3, WMA, WAV) transferred into the player using Kenwood Media Application and the Windows Medial Player are encrypted and can be played back only on the player. The player cannot play back the audio data transferred into it using an application other than Kenwood Media Application or the Windows media player.

  • Page 62: Deletion Of Audio Data From The Player

    ¶ Audio data can also be transferred using the sync function. ✍ [Setup/transfer of sync folder] § ¶ Kenwood Media Application cannot transfer audio data in the WMA Professional, WMA Lossless and WMA Voice formats. It should be transferred using the Windows Media Player.

  • Page 63: Application Section

    Kenwood Media Application Application section Creation of playlist Favorite audio data (“MP3,” “WMA” and “WAV” files only on the PC and “KXD” data only on the player) can be registered together into a playlist. When the playlist is transferred into the player, the audio data in the playlist can be played back in the playback mode selected on the player.

  • Page 64: Editing A Playlist

    Kenwood Media Application Application section Creation of playlist Editing a playlist Audio data in a playlist can be deregistered from it or the name of a playlist can be changed. To deregister audio data from a playlist: In the tree list, select the playlist containing the audio data to be deregistered.

  • Page 65: Transferring A Playlist To The Player

    A playlist in the PC can be transferred to the player. ✍ [PLAYER] INSTRUCTION MANUAL [Playback of playlist] ™ Connect the PC to the player and launch Kenwood Media Application. ✍ [Connection of the PC and player] 5 ✍ [Launching method] # Switch the Folder View mode to the Library View mode, and click the mouse’s right...

  • Page 66: Editing Of Music Information

    The music information (Title, Artist, Album) of audio data can be edited as desired. Connect the PC to the player and launch Kenwood Media Application. To edit the music information of audio data in the Player, connect the PC to the player.

  • Page 67: Setting The Jacket Picture

    The data of your favorite picture can be transferred to the player and displayed as the jacket picture in its Play view, etc. Connect the PC to the player and launch Kenwood Media Application. ✍ [Connection of the PC and player] 5 ✍...

  • Page 68: Setting A Jacket Picture For An Album

    Setting a jacket picture for an album A jacket picture can be set simultaneously for all audio data in an album. Connect the PC to the player and launch Kenwood Media Application. ✍ [Connection of the PC and player] 5 ✍...

  • Page 69: Updating Of Libraries

    A library in the PC can be updated only when it is located in the sync folder. Note that the audio data that can be registered in the libraries in the player is only the data transferred to it using Kenwood Media Application.

  • Page 70: Setup/transfer Of Sync Folder

    The [Browse For Folder] dialog box opens. When this item is checked, the library is updated automatically at the moment Kenwood Media Application is launched. (The updating may take a certain period when there is a large amount of audio data.) Select the folder to be set as the sync folder, and click on [OK].

  • Page 71: Transferring The Sync Folder

    Kenwood Media Application Application section Setup/transfer of sync folder Transferring the sync folder Connect the PC to the player and launch Kenwood Media Application. ✍ [Connection of the PC and player] 5 ✍ [Launching method] # ✍ [Setting the sync folder] §...

  • Page 72: Operations Using The Windows Media Player

    (Please install Windows Media Player 9 or 10 when you forward the file from Windows Media Player to PD. )] is displayed and the Plug-in for Windows Media Player cannot be installed during installation of the Kenwood Media Application application software, install the Windows Media Player.

  • Page 73

    Kenwood Media Application Application section Operations using the Windows Media Player POINT : ¶ The encrypted audio data are given the filename extension of “.KXD”. ¶ All of the transferred audio data are saved in the folder specified in the player. However, no folder is created newly in the folder specified as the transfer destination.

  • Page 74: Glossary

    Kenwood Media Application Knowledgesections Glossary MP3: An international data compression standard of MPEG, which is a working group in ISO (International Standardization Organization). It offers compression rates between about 1/10 and 1/12. WAV: The extension used with the Windows standard non-compressed audio files.

  • Page 75: Displayed Massages And Actions To Be Taken Against Them

    Kenwood Media Application Knowledgesections Displayed Massages and actions to be taken against them Displayed Message Meaning The audio data specified " " cannot be for- An attempt is made to transfer audio data with copy inhibi- warded. tion information. (This audio data is copy protected. ) (Dupli-...

  • Page 76: In Case Of Difficulty

    Launch the Explorer on the PC. Open the folder in which [KWSYSTEM] is installed. Select [Local Disk] \ [Program Files] \ [KENWOOD] \ [HD20GA7] and double-click on [BACKUP] to open the folder in which the firmware is installed. Copy the [KWSYSTEM] folder in the folder opened in step 3 to the player.

  • Page 77: Frequently Asked Questions (faq)

    Disconnection of the player failed though the procedure given in [Disconnection of the PC and player] (@). Disconnection of the player may fail when a drive or file in it is opened using Kenwood Media Application or the Explorer. Exit from these applications before retrying the disconnection.

  • Page 79

    PLAYER Additional Functions DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER HD20GA7 Firmware Ver.1.03 Instructions on Additional Functions Deletion of audio data Audio data and playlists can be deleted. Disposal of audio data in [RECYCLE BIN] With the Library view (which shows the list of audio data in an item) displayed, press the multi-control (Up/Down) button to select the audio data or playlist you want to delete, and press the / button.

  • Page 80

    PLAYER Additional Functions Deletion of audio data Checking audio data in [RECYCLE BIN] With the Home view displayed, press the multi-control (Up/Down)button to select [RECYCLE BIN], and press the multi-control (Right) button. Audio data or playlists cannot be played back while they are put in [RECYCLE BIN]. The list of audio data or playlist in [RECYCLE BIN] is displayed.

  • Page 81

    Even when all of the audio data in an item (Artist, Album, Genre or Folder) is deleted, the item remains undeleted. To delete an empty item, connect the Player to the PC, launch the “Kenwood Media Application” and execute the PD...

  • Page 82

    PLAYER Additional Functions Sort of audio data Audio data in the list can be reordered. With the Home view displayed, press the multi-control (Up/Down) button to select [SETUP], and press the multi-control (Center) button. The [SETUP] view appears. Press the multi-control (Up/Down) button to select [SORT], and press the multi-control (Center) button.

  • Page 83

    Press the multi-control (Left) button. The Home view appears. The latest information can be found in the FAQ. Please consult the FAQ section on the KENWOOD website of your resident country. (if necessary you can find a link to your local website on www.kenwood.com...

  • Page 84

    Deletion of audio data Audio data in the Player can be deleted. Connect the PC to the player and launch Kenwood Media Application. When deleting the audio data, it is recommended to connect the AC adapter to the Player so that the battery power is not exhausted in the middle of operation.

  • Page 85

    ¶ In case a transfer error occurs, the list of files that were not transferred is displayed after completion of the transfer attempts, regardless of the setting in [When there is a file which can’t be transferred]. The latest information can be found in the FAQ. Please consult the FAQ section on the KENWOOD website of your resident country.

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