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NAVIGATION/DVD RECEIVER
NAVIGATIONSSYSTEM/DVD-RECEIVER
SYSTÈME DE NAVIGATION/RÉCEPTEUR DVD
KW-NX7000
For canceling the display demonstration, see page 9.
Zum Abbrechen der Displaydemonstration siehe Seite 9.
Pour annuler la démonstration des affichages, référez-vous à la page 9.
For installation and connections, refer to the separate manual.
Für den Einbau und die Anschlüsse siehe das eigenständige Handbuch.
Pour l'installation et les raccordements, se référer au manuel séparé.
INSTRUCTIONS
BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG
MANUEL D'INSTRUCTIONS
LVT1839-001A
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  • Page 1 NAVIGATION/DVD RECEIVER NAVIGATIONSSYSTEM/DVD-RECEIVER SYSTÈME DE NAVIGATION/RÉCEPTEUR DVD KW-NX7000 For canceling the display demonstration, see page 9. Zum Abbrechen der Displaydemonstration siehe Seite 9. Pour annuler la démonstration des affichages, référez-vous à la page 9. For installation and connections, refer to the separate manual. Für den Einbau und die Anschlüsse siehe das eigenständige Handbuch.
  • Page 2 Thank you for purchasing a JVC product. Please read all instructions carefully before operation, to ensure your complete understanding and to obtain the best possible performance from the unit. IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS 1. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT 2. CAUTION: Do not open the top cover. There are no user serviceable parts inside the unit; leave all servicing to qualified service personnel.
  • Page 3 Every time you turn on the unit or attach the monitor Cautions on the monitor: panel with the ignition switch turned on, the screen • The monitor built in this unit has been produced below appears. Pay sufficient attention when operating with high precision, but it may have some the unit and make sure of safe driving.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents INTRODUCTION AV OPERATIONS Before operations ......5 Common operations on AV screens ... 58 Initial settings ........ 7 Listening to the radio ..... 60 Basic operations — Monitor panel/ Disc operations ....... 67 touch panel ......... 10 SD operations ......... 82 Basic operations —...
  • Page 5: Before Operations

    INTRODUCTION Before operations Map screen AV screen Touch panel Touch panel Monitor panel Monitor panel In the explanation, operating buttons shown on the touch panel are indicated inside [ ]. For details on the touch panel operations, see each section. Features of the illumination Monitor panel buttons The lights of the monitor panel buttons are always...
  • Page 6 Detaching/attaching the monitor panel Detaching While the unit is turned on: The monitor panel is released. Open/Tilt Open Tilt + Eject Tilt – Close Detach Exit Detach? Attaching plate The monitor panel opens by about 50°. • The attaching plate closes automatically •...
  • Page 7: Initial Settings

    Initial settings Installation settings When you turn on the unit for the first time, the initial setup screen appears. Follow the procedure below and make the necessary settings. Indication language: In this manual, English indications are used for the purpose of explanation. You can select the indication language.
  • Page 8 ⁄ Adjust the settings. Finish the procedure. Country* Select the country where you are living. Reverse Select the reverse signal polarity Signal (<Battery> or <GND>) Polarity according to the connection of your car. You can also change these settings through the menu screens as follows: •...
  • Page 9 Canceling demonstration You can cancel the demonstration on the screen. Cancel the demonstration. Select <Off>. Turn on the power. Setup Demonstration Metal Wall Paper Blue Color Once Auto Scroll Dimmer Auto Dimmer Time Set Back Exit If the map is displayed, switch the screen to the AV screen by pressing DISP.
  • Page 10: Touch Panel

    Basic operations — Monitor panel/touch panel Remote sensor Adjusts the volume.* • Switches to the map screen. • Changes the display information.* • Displays your current position. • Turns off the screen. [Hold] • Turns on the power. • Operates the current source on the map screen. •...
  • Page 11: Remote Controller (Rm-Rk250)

    To turn off the AV function • If the map is displayed, switch the screen to the AV • To activate the AV function: screen by pressing DISP. Bayern Radio Pop Music 15:45 For the operations on the AV screen ☞...
  • Page 12: Main Elements And Features

    Main elements and features For navigation system operations and AV operations On the map screen On the AV screens On menu screens • In navigation menus: Switches to the AV screen. Switches to the AV screen. Selects the source. 1 AV/OFF •...
  • Page 13 On the map screen On the AV screens On menu screens • Displays <Dial Menu> screen. (☞ page 89) PHONE • Displays <Redial> list if pressed and held. (☞ page 89) • Answers incoming calls. • In navigation menus: Displays the map screen or the top •...
  • Page 14 For AV operations only On the AV screens • DVD/DivX 6: Shows the disc menu. (☞ pages 75 and 77) y TOP M • VCD: Resumes PBC playback. (☞ page 79) • DVD-VR: Shows the Original Program screen. (☞ page 76) •...
  • Page 15: Menu Operations

    Menu operations To display a menu Navigation menus Map screen • If the operating buttons are not displayed, touch the screen. ☞ ☞ Function Menu Destination Menu page 49) page 48) To return to the map, press [Exit] on the touch panel or MAP/POS on the remote controller.
  • Page 16: Basic Menu Operations

    AV menu Basic menu operations AV screen Navigation menu Ex.: <Sound> in <Map Settings> screen Returns to the previous screen On the remote: Moves to the succeeding Moves to the menu page preceding ☞ AV Menu pages 107 to 114) Current page/total Exits from the menu page...
  • Page 17 The following steps are one of the fundamental procedures. Some of the settings do not open the Setup sub-setting window, but just selecting an option will Demonstration Metal Wall Paper change the setting. Blue Color • The display indications may change according to Auto Scroll Once...
  • Page 18: Navigation System

    Use of the data is only permitted in this specific JVC The requirements of the Road Traffic Regulations must system. It is forbidden to extract or make further use always be followed.
  • Page 19: Basic Operations

    Basic operations The map scrolls automatically so that your position is always at the centre of the map. Your position Speed limit on the current street Direction Scale Current time Current street • The information on the map (such as street name, the POI information, and speed limit) may not be always displayed depending on the condition (for example, if the System does not have the information of the position).
  • Page 20 To change the map scale To scroll the map Touch the screen to display the operating buttons. The position you touched is centred on the map. • You can also display the buttons by moving your hand close to the screen. •...
  • Page 21 To change the map view 2D Heading Up (2D H.Up) The map rotates so that you are always displayed heading “upwards.” Shows the direction of north Direction of the car The map view changes as follows: 2D Heading Up = 3D Map = 2D North Up •...
  • Page 22: Registering Your Home/Favourite Points

    Registering your home/favourite points Registering your home/favourite points You can register one point as your home and 100 favourite points. • For guidance to your home, ☞ page 24. • For guidance to a favourite point, ☞ page 36. Place the cursor on the position where you ☞...
  • Page 23 Editing information A To edit the name. • You can use up to 31 characters. Select a registered point you want to edit. Deletes the entry To select your home • Press briefly: last character • Press and hold: all characters To select a favourite point Displays other keyboards* * For available characters, ☞...
  • Page 24 To delete all registered items To go home When you have registered your home, you can easily get guided to home. While not guided... On the unit: Your home [Home]: Deletes your home On the remote: [Favourite]: Deletes all favourite points On the map screen only A confirmation message appears.
  • Page 25: Starting Guidance

    Starting guidance Setting a destination on the map Touch the position where you want to select ☞ as a destination. page 20) Distance and direction from your position Information on the cursor-pointed position • You can display the map of selected area on whole screen by touching the map part once.
  • Page 26 To cancel guidance A confirmation message appears. Press [Yes] to confirm the operation. Press [No] to cancel. Setting a destination using the Destination Menu Goes to your home. Home (☞ page 24) • Not selectable if no home is registered. Previous Searches from the history of previous destinations and via points (latest 50 (☞...
  • Page 27 Changing route options You can modify your route options each time before you Finish the settings. start guidance. Place the cursor on your destination. • You can also change these settings through < (Function Menu)> - < Set options. (Map Settings)> - <Route> (☞ page 50). Priority Select the priority for route calculation (fastest route or shortest...
  • Page 28: Searching For A Place

    Searching for a place By address <Address> To enter names, addresses, or numbers Ex. Input screen for a street name Displays other keyboards* Exits the input screen and returns to the map Deletes the entry • Press briefly: last character List of matches •...
  • Page 29 Enter the street name, then select from the Enter the house number, then select from list. the list. • You can also select the centre of the city by • You can also select the centre of the street or an pressing [Centre].
  • Page 30 POI near a place/route <Vicinity> The System has a huge database of POIs (Point Of Select a category, then a sub-category for the Interest), such as restaurants, petrol stations, hospitals, POI. etc. Searches from all sub-categories You can search for a POI around the place where you are now.
  • Page 31 By telephone number <Phone> A To change country Enter the telephone number, then select Moves to the next/previous list from the list. A Changes country • You can display the map of selected area on whole screen by touching the map part once. (If you press more than once, the map scrolls.) To display above screen again, press [Select].
  • Page 32 From the list of POI <POI Name> Enter the POI name, then start searching. Enter the city name, then select from the list. A Changes country • You can also specify the category and sub- category by pressing [Select Category]. (☞...
  • Page 33 Select a POI from the list. To specify the category and sub-category Moves to the next/previous list [A to Z]: Alphabetical order Searches from all sub-categories [Distance]: From the nearest Sub-categories Moves to the next/previous list of categories • You can display the map of selected area on Moves to the next/previous list of whole screen by touching the map part once.
  • Page 34 By postcode <Postcode> Enter the street name, then select from the list. Enter the postcode, then select from the list. A Changes country • You can also select the centre of the city by pressing [Centre]. When selecting centre of the city, go to step 5.
  • Page 35 From previous destinations Enter the house number, then select from the list. <Previous> You can select a place from the last 50 destinations and via points. • You can also select the centre of the street or an intersection on the street by pressing [Middle of the Road] or [Intersection].
  • Page 36 To delete all the places in the list of From your favourites previous destinations/via points <Favourites> • For registering your favourite points, ☞ page 22. Select a favourite point from the list. Moves to the next/previous list • You can display the map of selected area on whole screen by touching the map part once.
  • Page 37: Quick Search

    Quick Search Registered category You have three [Quick Search] buttons in <Destination Menu>. You can assign a POI category to each button. When you press one of the buttons, the System searches for a POI of the registered category within about 20 km around your current position. To register a category to the buttons Select one of the [Quick Search] buttons to register the category.
  • Page 38 To use Quick Search Press one of the [Quick Search] buttons to start searching. Select a category, then a sub-category of the POI. Searches from all sub-categories Sub-categories Moves to the next/previous list of categories Cancels Select a POI from the list. The search for the selected category starts to register it to the [Quick Search] button.
  • Page 39: How You Are Guided

    How you are guided Screen while guided Name of the next street Speed limit on the current street Lanes to take • Yellow: Recommended lane • White: The lane leading to the destination • Grey: Not the lane for the destination Current street Route to take (green)
  • Page 40 Guidance at turns When you approach a turn, the System guides you with voice guidance and indications on the screen. • Guidance voice comes out only through the front speakers (and the front line out on the rear). The voice guides you several times as you approach the turn.
  • Page 41: Getting Information On Your Route And Places

    Getting information on your route and places To check the entire route/information on To confirm the information on your route the destination and via points You can check the information on your route such as ways you will use, destinations, and via points. Moves to the next/previous list [Overview]: Displays entire route [Dest.]: Displays information of the destination...
  • Page 42 To confirm how your trip will go Customizing how you are guided To adjust the volume of the voice guidance Adjust the volume level on <Guidance Volume>. (☞ page 50) To customize how the map is displayed at turns Select whether or not to display the magnified map at turns on <Magnified View>.
  • Page 43: Arranging Your Route

    Arranging your route Adding places to stop by To change the sequence of via points After selecting your destination, you can select up to four places (“via points”) to stop by. To add via points After guidance has started... Select a place you want to stop by. •...
  • Page 44: Avoiding A Congestion Ahead

    Avoiding a congestion ahead Change the sequence of via points. To optimise the sequence If you realize a congestion exists ahead... While being guided... To rearrange the sequence manually [Move Up]: Moves up the order of selected point [Move Down]: Moves down the order of selected point •...
  • Page 45: Traffic Information On The Map - Tmc

    • TMC is not available in some countries. map when its scale is between 25 m and 2.5 km. As the TMC information is transmitted by radio stations, JVC cannot assume responsibility for the completeness or accuracy of the information. NAVIGATION SYSTEM...
  • Page 46 Checking the TMC information Select a list, then a traffic alert. Moves to the next/previous list The icons of traffic alert which are not on your route are shown in grey when all the information is displayed. [All]: Lists all the information [On Route]: Lists the information on your route Details of the selected alert are displayed.
  • Page 47 How TMC information is reflected in navigation If <Bypass Traffic> is set to <Manual> To confirm detailed information of a TMC (☞ page 50), [Reroute] appears on the screen when icon on a map the TMC service informs the System of traffic accidents Place the cursor on the TMC icon.
  • Page 48: Navigation Menu Items

    Navigation menu items Destination Menu Menu items Selectable settings, [reference page] Start guidance to the home. ☞ [24] Home* Previous* Favourites* Address* Vicinity* Search for a place using the database in the System. ☞ [28 – 38] POI Name* Phone* Postcode* Quick Search Selectable only when at least one place is registered.
  • Page 49: Function Menu

    Function Menu The procedure for setting an item is shown on page 16. Menu items Selectable settings, [reference page] Drive You can check your drive information: current direction, current velocity, maximum speed, average speed, trip meter, current town and street name, longitude and latitude, altitude. ☞ [54] System You can check your unit status:...
  • Page 50 Function Menu —Map Settings Initial: Underlined Menu items Selectable settings, [reference page] Priority Fastest: The System calculates the shortest journey time. Shortest: The System calculates the shortest route to the destination. • This setting is effective next time the System calculates a route. Motorway Select whether to use or avoid these types of roads to go to the destination.
  • Page 51 The procedure for setting an item is shown on page 16. Menu items Selectable settings, [reference page] POI Icon Select the categories of POI which you want to be displayed on the map. • To select categories of POI, press [Edit], then select categories and sub- categories (the selected items are marked with “√”).
  • Page 52 Select this to update your map database using an SD card. • When you press [Open the Front Panel], the front panel opens. Press [Cancel] to cancel the operation. • For details about updating your unit, visit <http://www.jvc-exad.com> (English website only). Startup Message* Edit the voice message at startup/shutdown of the System.
  • Page 53: Additional Information

    Additional information Initial settings How you are guided • If you skip the installation settings, the System starts • If GPS signal reception is poor, navigation guidance up in demonstration mode for stores, and the initial may not be correct. setup screen appears every time you turn on the unit •...
  • Page 54 7 The city you are now in • The route calculated by the System is one of the 8 Latitude and longitude of your current position possible routes to your destination. The route is not 9 Altitude of your current position always the most appropriate one.
  • Page 55 Arranging your route Characters you can use • Motorways are always used to calculate the route if distance to a destination exceeds a certain distance. • If the destination cannot be reached without using motorways, ferries, or toll roads, they are used to calculate the route without respect to the <Route>...
  • Page 56 List of POI icons Petrol Station Entertainment Parking Art Galleries Car Park Casino Open Parking Areas Museum Hotel Nightlife Restaurant Theatre Restaurant Chain Vineyard Leisure Travel Amusement Park Airline Access Camping Ground Airport Golf Course Bus/Coach Station Marina Ferry Terminal Recreation Facility Motorway Services Shopping...
  • Page 57 List of TMC icons Medical Traffic jam Dentist Road works Hospital/Polyclinic Road is blocked or closed Medical Service No entry for vehicles Pharmacy Road narrows (right side) Community Road narrows (both sides) Bank No overtaking Court House Condition Embassy Exhibition Centre Falling or fallen rocks Government Office Strong winds...
  • Page 58: Av Operations

    AV OPERATIONS Common operations on AV screens Displays <Source Menu> screen ☞ below When you slide your finger on Displays and erases Short Cut icons ☞ page 59 the touch panel, it functions in the same way as you touch [5 / ∞...
  • Page 59 Using Short Cut Icons You can easily access some frequently used functions by using Short Cut icons. Short Cut icons: Available icons vary among the sources. Displays <Illumination> menu. Bayern Radio ☞ page 111 Pop Music Changes the sound mode. 15:45 ☞...
  • Page 60: Listening To The Radio

    Listening to the radio Preset no. PS (station name) for Band FM RDS. If no PS signal Sound mode Bayern Radio is coming in, “No Name” (☞ page 105) appears. Pop Music Tuner/Standby Reception indicators PTY code for FM RDS (☞...
  • Page 61 When an FM stereo broadcast is FM station automatic presetting hard to receive —SSM (Strong-station Sequential Memory) This function works only for FM bands. You can preset six stations for each band. Exit Exit Mode Mono Start PTy Standby Mode News PTy Code Mono...
  • Page 62: Selecting A Preset Station

    Manual presetting Selecting a preset station Ex.: Storing FM station of 92.5 MHz into preset number On the remote: 4 of the FM1 band. Tune in to a station you want to preset. 92.5 MHz ABC Radio 15:45 On the unit: •...
  • Page 63 Select a PTY code. The following features are available only for FM RDS • In the example below, a PTY code is selected stations. from the Preset List. If you enter <PTy Code> menu below, you can Searching for FM RDS select one from 29 PTY codes.
  • Page 64 Storing your favourite programme types You can store your favourite PTY codes into the PTY Preset List. Ex.: Storing <Drama> into <Preset 1> Display <PTy Search> menu. Bayern Radio Pop Music 15:45...
  • Page 65 Activating/deactivating TA/PTY Standby Reception TA Standby Reception Indicator PTY Standby Reception Indicator To activate, display < (Tuner)> To activate, display <AV Menu> of <Setup> menu in <AV Menu> screen, press [Mode], then press [On] for <PTy Standby>. (☞ page 113) screen, then press [On] for <TA Standby>.
  • Page 66: Programme Search

    To change the PTY code for PTY Standby Tracing the same programme— Reception Network-Tracking Reception When driving in an area where FM reception is not sufficient enough, this unit automatically tunes in to another FM RDS station of the same network, possibly broadcasting the same programme with stronger signals.
  • Page 67: Disc Operations

    Disc operations The disc type is automatically detected, then playback starts (for some discs, the top menu of the disc appears). If a disc does not have any disc menu, all tracks on it will be played repeatedly until you change the source or eject the disc.
  • Page 68: Playable Disc Types

    Playable disc types Disc type Recording format, file type, etc. Playable DVD Video (Region Code: 2)* DVD Audio DVD-ROM DVD Recordable/Rewritable DVD Video (DVD-R/-RW* , +R/+RW* DVD-VR • DVD Video: UDF bridge DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2 • DVD-VR JPEG • DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2/JPEG/MP3/ WMA/WAV/AAC: ISO 9660 level MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC* 1, level 2, Romeo, Joliet MPEG4...
  • Page 69 While playing the following discs, press DISP. • Each time you press the button, the display changes to show the different information. (☞ page 10) DVD Video: Title no./Chapter no./Playing time DVD-VR: Program no. (or Playlist no.)/Chapter no./Playing time Disc type Audio format Sound mode Sampling frequency/Bit...
  • Page 70 While playing the following discs, press DISP. • Each time you press the button, the display changes to show the different information (☞ page 10). For DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2: Folder no./Track no./Playing time Video format For JPEG: Folder no./Track no. Disc type Folder Name Sound mode File Name.divx...
  • Page 71 Track no./Playing time Sound mode (☞ page 105) Only for CD Current Track Title Text * Artist Name 15:45 Album Title Starts playback/pauses Stops playback 4 ¢ ] Press: Selects track Hold: Reverse/forward search* Folder no./Track no./Playing time Audio format (MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC) Current Folder Name Sound mode...
  • Page 72: Operation Buttons On The Screen

    Operation buttons on the screen You can display the following operation buttons while watching the playback pictures on the screen. • If no operation is done for about 5 seconds, the operation buttons disappear (except when a disc menu is displayed).
  • Page 73: Selecting Playback Modes

    Selecting playback modes You can use the following playback modes—Repeat or Random. Ex.: To select Track Repeat When one of the playback modes is selected, the corresponding indicator lights up on the source information screen. Exit To cancel, select <Off>. Disc type Repeat Random...
  • Page 74: Prohibiting Disc Ejection

    Selecting tracks on the list You can browse Folder/Track Lists by using the bar If a disc includes folders, you can display the Folder/ as illustrated. Track (File) Lists, then start playback. – Press : Skips the List up or down. –...
  • Page 75 Operations using the remote controller—RM-RK250 Stop playback. Start playback/pause (if pressed during playback). Reverse/forward search.* (No sound can be heard.) Slow motion during pause.* (No sound can be heard.) Press: Select chapter (during playback or pause). Hold: Reverse/forward search.* (No sound can be heard.) Select title (during playback or pause).
  • Page 76 Stop playback. Start playback/pause (if pressed during playback). Reverse/forward search.* (No sound can be heard.) Forward slow motion during pause.* (No sound can be heard.) • Reverse slow motion does not work Press: Select chapter (during playback or pause). Hold: Reverse/forward search.* Select program.
  • Page 77 Stop playback. Start playback/pause (if pressed during playback). Reverse/forward search.* (No sound can be heard.) Press: Select track. Hold: Reverse/forward search.* (No sound can be heard.) Select folder. Select track (within the same folder). Select folder. (twice) Select aspect ratio. Select audio language.
  • Page 78 Stop playback. Start playback. (Slide show: each file is shown for a few seconds.) Shows the current file until you change it if pressed during Slide show. Select file. Select folder. Select aspect ratio. Select file (within the same folder). (twice) Select folder.
  • Page 79 Stop playback. Start playback/pause (if pressed during playback). Reverse/forward search.* Press: Select track. Hold: Reverse/forward search.* Select track. Search speed: x2 ] x5 ] x10 ] x20 ] x60 Search speed: x2 ] x10 Stop playback. During PBC playback... Start playback/pause (if pressed during playback).
  • Page 80 Using the list screens Operations using the on-screen You can use Original Program or Playlist screen anytime while playing DVD-VR with its data These operations are possible on the screen using recorded. the remote controller, while playing the following discs—DVD/VCD/DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2/JPEG. Display the Original Program/Playlist screen.
  • Page 81 On-screen bar Information Operation Above example is of DVD Video. Items shown on the bar vary due to the disc type. 1 Disc type 5 Time indication 2 • DVD: Audio signal format Elapsed playing time of the disc • VCD: PBC Remaining title time (for DVD) 3 Playback mode * Remaining disc time (for others)
  • Page 82: Sd Operations

    SD operations This unit can play the JPEG/MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC* Insert an SD card. files stored in SD card. • You can operate the SD card in the same way you operate the files on discs. (☞ pages 70 to 74, 78, and •...
  • Page 83 Selecting playback modes You can use the following playback modes—Repeat or Random. Ex.: To select Track Repeat When one of the playback modes is selected, the corresponding indicator lights up on the source information screen. To cancel, select <Off>. Exit File type Repeat Random...
  • Page 84: Usb Operations

    • Make sure all important data has been backed up. • Stop playback before disconnecting a USB device. • Do not leave a USB device in the car, expose to Except for MPEG2 files recorded by JVC Everio direct sunlight, or high temperature to avoid camcorder (extension code <.mod>).
  • Page 85 Selecting playback modes You can use the following playback modes—Repeat or Random. Ex.: To select Track Repeat When one of the playback modes is selected, the corresponding indicator lights up on the source information screen. To cancel, select <Off>. Exit File type Repeat Random...
  • Page 86: Phone/Audio Player

    Bluetooth® operations — Mobile phone/audio player For Bluetooth operations, it is required to connect the To register using <Open> Bluetooth Adapter (KS-BTA200) to the CD changer jack Preparation: on the rear. • Operate the Bluetooth device to turn on its Bluetooth •...
  • Page 87 You can enter [0] – [9] only. To connect a special device <Special • [BS]: Erases the character before the cursor. Device> • [Del]: Erases the character on the cursor. Press [ • [Enter]: Confirms the entry. Press [Bluetooth]. Operate the Bluetooth device to connect while “Open...”...
  • Page 88: Using The Bluetooth Mobile Phone

    Using the Bluetooth mobile phone ☞ page 90 Sound mode Connected Device Name (☞ page 105) Status of the device Bluetooth icon lights Signal strength/Battery up when the adapter remainder (only when is connected. the information comes from the device) Adjusts the volume of the incoming calls.* 5 ∞...
  • Page 89 When an SMS comes in... Device Name If the mobile phone is compatible with SMS (Short Message Service), you can read the messages on the screen. • You cannot edit or send a message through the unit. When <Message Info> is set to <Auto>... Back Exit The unit rings and the following screen is displayed to...
  • Page 90 • You can make a call from the navigation screen. To redial previously dialed numbers When displaying the information of the destination where you want to call to, press [ To stop ringing (canceling the outgoing call) Hold any button on the monitor panel (except /ATT or VOL +/–).
  • Page 91 Presetting the phone numbers To call a preset number You can preset up to six phone numbers. Select the phone number you want to preset from <Phonebook>, <Redial>, <Received Calls>, or <Missed Calls>. Press [ Press [Bluetooth]. Press [Dial Menu], then... Exit List Ex.: Selecting <Received Calls>...
  • Page 92: Using The Bluetooth Audio Player

    • See page 87 for connecting/disconnecting a registered device. • See page 87 for deleting a registered device. Bluetooth Information: If you wish to receive more information about Bluetooth, visit the following JVC web site: <http://www.jvc. co.jp/english/car/> (English website only)
  • Page 93: Listening To The Cd Changer

    Listening to the CD changer It is recommended to use a JVC MP3-compatible CD changer with your unit. • You can play only CDs (CD-DA) and MP3 discs. Ex.: while playing an MP3 disc Folder no./Track no./Playing time DISC 1...
  • Page 94 Selecting playback modes You can use following playback modes—Repeat or Random. Ex.: To select Track Repeat for an MP3 disc (for CDs, ☞ page 73) Back Exit Back Exit Exit When one of the playback modes is selected, the corresponding indicator lights up on the source information screen.
  • Page 95: Listening To The Dab Tuner

    Listening to the DAB tuner Band Preset no. Sound mode Service Label If no signal is received, (☞ page 105) “No DAB Signal” DAB indicators */Standby appears. Reception indicators * While tuning in a service with DLS (Dynamic Label Segment), the TEXT indicator lights up. ☞...
  • Page 96: Manual Presetting

    When surrounding sounds are Manual presetting noisy Tune in to a service you want to preset. Some services provide Dynamic Range Control (DRC) signals together with their regular programme signals. DAB1 1471.792MHz LL DRC will reinforce the low level sounds to improve your listening.
  • Page 97 Selecting preset services Activating/deactivating Announcement Standby On the remote: Reception Announcement Standby Reception allows the unit to switch temporarily to your favourite service (announcement type). Announcement Standby Reception Indicator To activate, display <AV Menu> screen, press [Mode], then press On the unit: [On] for <Announce Standby>.
  • Page 98 To change the announcement type for Tracing the same programme— Announcement Standby Reception Alternative Frequency Reception (DAB AF) • While receiving a DAB service: When driving in an area where a service cannot be received, this unit automatically tunes in to another ensemble or FM RDS station broadcasting the same programme.
  • Page 99: Listening To The Ipod

    Listening to the iPod You can connect the iPod using the following cable or adapter: Cable/adapter To operate ☞ “When connected with the USB To listen to the music USB 2.0 cable (supplied for the iPod) cable” below. ☞ “When connected with the interface Interface Adapter for iPod—KS-PD100 (not supplied) adapter”...
  • Page 100: Search Mode

    Press to move to the previous/next pages of the Selecting a track/video from list <Search Mode> You can also select Search Mode and tracks/ videos by using the bar. (☞page 74) Search modes: – For <Music>: Playlists, Artists, Albums, Songs, Podcasts, Genres, Composers, Audiobooks –...
  • Page 101 Selecting playback modes Changing the play speed of the audio books You can select the playback speed of the “Audiobook” sound file in your iPod. Exit Exit Normal Faster Slower Audiobooks Audiobooks Normal Faster Slower Repeat One: Functions the same as “Repeat One.”...
  • Page 102: When Connected With The Interface Adapter

    When connected with the interface adapter Track no./Playing time Sound mode (☞ page 105) Playback mode (☞ page 101) 4 ¢ ] Press: Selects tracks Hold: Reverse/forward search [SEARCH] Enters player’s menu Starts playback/pauses Preparation: Make sure <iPod> is selected for <External Input>. (☞ page 111) ☞...
  • Page 103: Using Other External Components

    Using other external components AV-INPUT You can connect an external component to the LINE IN/VIDEO IN jacks. Sound mode (☞ page 105) Assigned title (☞ page 106) ☞ Press [SOURCE], then press [AV-IN]. page 58) • You can also use AV/OFF on the remote controller. Press it repeatedly. Ÿ...
  • Page 104 EXT-INPUT You can connect an external component to the CD changer jack on the rear using the Line Input Adapter—KS-U57 (not supplied) or AUX Input Adapter—KS-U58 (not supplied). Assigned title Sound mode (☞ page 106) (☞ page 105) Preparation: Make sure <External> is selected for <External Input>. (☞ page 111) ☞...
  • Page 105: Sound Equalization

    Sound equalization By pressing Short Cut icon, you can easily change the sound mode. • For preset values of each sound mode, ☞ page 121. Storing your own adjustments You can store your adjustments into <User1>, <User2>, and <User3>. Repeat steps ~ and Ÿ, then in step !... Ÿ...
  • Page 106: Assigning Titles To The Sources

    Assigning titles to the sources You can assign titles to “AV-IN” and “EXT-IN.” Assign a title. Press [SOURCE], then press [AV-IN] or ☞ [EXT-IN]. page 58) • You can also use AV/OFF on the remote controller. Press it repeatedly. Ÿ Display <Title Entry>...
  • Page 107: Av Menu Items

    AV menu items The procedure for setting an item is shown on page 16. Setup Initial: Underlined Menu items Selectable settings, [reference page] Demonstration Off: Cancels. On: Activates the demonstration on the screen. To stop it temporarily, touch the screen. Wall Paper You can select the background picture of the screen.
  • Page 108 Initial: Underlined Menu items Selectable settings, [reference page] Aspect * You can change the aspect ratio of the picture. Aspect ratio of incoming signal 16:9 Regular: For 4:3 original pictures Full: For 16:9 original pictures Panorama: For viewing 4:3 pictures naturally on the wide screen Auto:...
  • Page 109 The procedure for setting an item is shown on page 16. Menu items Selectable settings, [reference page] Menu Language * Select the initial disc menu language; Initial English (☞ also page 121). Audio Language * Select the initial audio language; Initial English (☞ also page 121). Subtitle* Select the initial subtitle language or erase the subtitle (Off);...
  • Page 110 Initial: Underlined Menu items Selectable settings, [reference page] Down Mix * When playing back a multi-channel disc, this setting affects the signals reproduced through the LINE OUT terminals. Dolby Surr. : Select this to enjoy multi-channel surround audio by connecting an amplifier compatible with Dolby Surround. Stereo : Normally select this.
  • Page 111 The procedure for setting an item is shown on page 16. Menu items Selectable settings, [reference page] Camera Input * Off: Select when no rear view camera is connected to the CAMERA IN plug. On: Select when connecting the rear view camera to the CAMERA IN plug.
  • Page 112 Initial: Underlined Equalizer Flat/Hard Rock/R&B/Pop/Jazz/Dance/Country/Reggae/Classic/User1/User2/User3 ☞ [105] Sound Menu items Selectable settings, [reference page] Fader/Balance Adjust fader—speaker output balance between the front and rear speakers. • Upmost—front only (F6) Fader/Balance Reset • Downmost—rear only (R6) Fader Balance 0 When using a two-speaker system, set the fader to the centre (0). Adjust balance—speaker output balance between the left and right speakers.
  • Page 113 The procedure for setting an item is shown on page 16. Mode * Menu items Selectable settings, [reference page] Only for FM. (Off, On) ☞ [61] Mono Only for FM. Press and hold to start SSM. ☞ [61] Only for FM/DAB. (Off, On) ☞ [65] PTy Standby Only for FM/DAB.
  • Page 114 Selectable only for “Bluetooth PHONE.” Only for the mobile phone connected for “Bluetooth PHONE.” Not selectable when “NEW DEVICE” is selected. If you wish to receive more information about Bluetooth, visit the following JVC web site: <http://www.jvc.co.jp/ english/car/> (English website only)
  • Page 115: Additional Information

    Additional information Ejecting a disc General • If “No Disc“ appears after removing a disc, insert a Turning on the power disc or select another playback source. • By pressing MAP on the monitor panel, you can also • If the ejected disc is not removed within 15 seconds, turn on the power.
  • Page 116: File Playback

    48 kHz, 44.1 kHz (for AAC) * <.mod> is an extension code used for the MPEG2 • This unit can show ID3 Tag Version files recorded by JVC Everio camcorders. The MPEG2 1.0/1.1/2.2/2.3/2.4 (for MP3). files with the <.mod> extension code cannot be •...
  • Page 117: External Monitor

    • This unit may not play back files in a USB device properly when using a USB extension cord. • If “No SD Card“ appears after removing an SD card, • This unit cannot assure proper functions or supply reattach an SD card or select another playback source. power to all types of the devices.
  • Page 118 • DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2/JPEG/MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC Warning messages for Bluetooth operations • Connection Error: The device is registered but the connection has failed. Use <Connect> to connect the device again. (☞ page 87) • Error: Try the operation again. If “Error” appears again, check if the device supports the function you have tried.
  • Page 119: Ipod Operations

    • Only the primary DAB service can be preset even be performed correctly or as intended. In this case, when you store a secondary service. visit the following JVC web site: <http://www.jvc. co.jp/english/car/> (English website only) iPod operations • You can control the following types of iPods: For the USB connection: –...
  • Page 120 Sound signals emitted through the rear terminals Through the analog terminals (Speaker out/LINE OUT) 2-channel signal is emitted. When playing multi-channel encoded disc, multi-channel signals are downmixed. • DTS sound cannot be reproduced. Through the DIGITAL OUT terminal Digital signals (Linear PCM, Dolby Digital, DTS, MPEG Audio) are emitted. •...
  • Page 121 Preset equalizing values Frequency 60 Hz 150 Hz 400 Hz 1 kHz 2.5 kHz 6.3 kHz 15 kHz Sound mode Flat Hard Rock R&B Jazz Dance –02 –01 Country Reggae Classic User1/2/3 Language codes (for DVD/DivX language selection) Code Language Code Language Code Language Code Language...
  • Page 122 Characters you can use • When <Руccĸий> is selected for <Language>. • When any language other than <Руccĸий> is (☞ page 108) selected for <Language>. (☞ page 108)
  • Page 123: References Maintenance

    REFERENCES Maintenance Caution on cleaning the unit To keep discs clean Do not use any solvent (for example, thinner, benzine, A dirty disc may not play correctly. etc.), detergent, or insecticide. This may damage the If a disc does become dirty, wipe it with monitor or the unit.
  • Page 124: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting What appears to be trouble is not always serious. Check the following points before calling a service centre. • For operations with the external components, refer also to the instructions supplied with the adapters used for the connections (as well as the instructions supplied with the external components). Symptoms Remedies/Causes •...
  • Page 125 Symptoms Remedies/Causes • Guidance does not start. The System proceeds calibration. Wait until calibration is completed. When calibration is completed, the guidance starts. • You cannot operate some functions of an AV On the map screen, you can operate some limited source on the map screen.
  • Page 126 Symptoms Remedies/Causes • SSM automatic presetting does not work. Store stations manually. (☞ page 62) • Static noise while listening to the radio. Connect the aerial firmly. • Disc can be neither recognized nor played Eject the disc forcibly. (☞ page 3) back.
  • Page 127 Symptoms Remedies/Causes • Noise is generated. The track played back is not a playable file format. Skip to another file. • Tracks cannot play back as you have intended Playback order may differ from the one played back using them to play. other players.
  • Page 128 Symptoms Remedies/Causes • “No Disc” appears on the screen. Insert a disc into the magazine. • “No Magazine” appears on the screen. Insert the magazine. • “Cannot play this disc Check the disc” Current disc does not include playable files. Replace the disc appears on the screen.
  • Page 129: Specifications

    Specifications System & Service L1, C/A code Global Positioning System Standard Positioning Service Reception System 12-channel multi-channel reception system Reception Frequency 1 575.42 MHz Sensitivity –130 dBm Update Rate 1/second, continuous GPS Aerial Polarization Right Handed Circular Polarization Dimensions (approx.) (W × H × D) 30.4 mm ×...
  • Page 130 Frequency Range: 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz (MW) 522 kHz to 1 620 kHz (LW) 144 kHz to 279 kHz FM Tuner Usable Sensitivity: 11.3 dBf (1.0 μV/75 Ω) 50 dB Quieting Sensitivity: 16.3 dBf (1.8 μV/75 Ω) Alternate Channel Selectivity 65 dB (400 kHz): Frequency Response:...
  • Page 131 Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. by Victor Company of Japan, Limited (JVC) is under • “DTS” and “DTS Digital Out” are registered license. Other trademarks and trade names are trademarks of DTS, Inc.

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