JVC KD-NX5000 Instructions Manual

JVC KD-NX5000 Instructions Manual

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  • Page 1 HDD NAVIGATION/DVD RECEIVER KD-NX5000 For installation and connections, refer to the separate manual. INSTRUCTIONS LVT1628-001A...
  • Page 2 If you need to operate the unit while driving, Changes or modifications not approved by be sure to look ahead carefully or you may be JVC could void the user’s authority to operate involved in a traffic accident. the equipment.
  • Page 3 Hard Disk Drive (HDD) WARNINGS: To prevent accidents and damage Installation • DO NOT install any unit in locations This unit has a built-in HDD, which is a device where: to read minute magnetic changes. The inside of the device is precision components, requiring –...
  • Page 4 How to reset your unit How to forcibly eject a disc If a disc cannot be recognized by the unit or • Your preset adjustments cannot be ejected, eject the disc as follows. will also be erased. [Hold] Emergency Eject and No Eject (or Eject OK) appear on the monitor.
  • Page 5 European representative of Victor Company protection technology must be authorized of Japan, Limited is: by Macrovision, and is intended for home JVC Technology Centre Europe GmbH and other limited viewing uses only unless Postfach 10 05 52 otherwise authorized by Macrovision.
  • Page 6: Navigation System

    ontents ntroduction Initial settings Basic operations Parts index Remote controller—RM-RK250 avigation system Basic operations Registering your home Starting guidance Searching for a place How you are guided Arranging your route Registering favourite points Traffic information on map—TMC Navigation menu items...
  • Page 7: Troubleshooting

    adio Listening to the radio RDS operations DAB operations iscs and HDD Disc operations Music server operations CD changer operations ther functions iPod/D. player operations Playing other external components Using Bluetooth devices AV Menu items Sound equalization 109 Troubleshooting 117 Specifications...
  • Page 8: Initial Settings

    Initial settings When you turn on the unit for the first time, the initial setup screen appears. Follow the procedure below and make necessary settings. Turn on the power. Language Dansk Deutsch English UK English US Español Adjust the following settings. Reverse Polarization Select an item Engage the parking brake, step on the...
  • Page 9 Calibration Before using the Navigation System first time, it is required to calibrate the Navigation System. • After deleting the calibration data (☞ [46] Reset Calibration) or changing the installation angle (☞ [46] Installation Angle), calibration is also required. Display the map screen. Display the detail screen and check the connections.
  • Page 10 Basic operations Reset the unit. • Use only when the internal system malfunctions. To turn on the power To change the source TUNER = DAB* = DISC* = HDD = CD-CH/ EXT-IN/iPod/D. PLAYER* = Bluetooth Audio* To turn off the power = (Back to the beginning) * You cannot select these sources if they are not [Hold]...
  • Page 11 To switch between the map screen and AV AV screen screen AV screen Map screen Classics Station name 92.5 You can always switch between the AV screen and the map screen. Distance to the next turn/Turn This switching does not affect the playback icon sound of the unit (except while recording an (While not guided: Speed/...
  • Page 12: Menu Operations

    Menu operations To call up a menu Navigation Menus AV Menu Map screen AV screen Classics Station name 92.5 Destination Menu AV Menu ☞ [42] ☞ [90] Destination AV Menu Home Setup Return Address Sound Screen Control Previous Aspect • The display indications may change according to change of the specifications.
  • Page 13 Menu screen Current menu title Current page number/ Remaining time until the Display Total page number menu screen goes off. Language (Appears only on AV Menu.) Selected menu item Demonstration Wall Paper Button icons indicate the available operations in Scroll each screen.
  • Page 14 Parts index On the map screen On the AV screens On menu screens • Turn on the unit. /ATT • Turn off the unit if pressed and held. • Attenuate/restore the sound. In Navigation Menus: Switch to the AV screen. Switch to the AV screen.
  • Page 15 On the map screen On the AV screens On menu screens DAB: Select services. DVD: Select titles/groups. Files: Select folders. Music server: Select albums. ∞ iPod/D. player: Enter the main menu. Operate the current Pause/resume playback. ∞ Select an item. source.
  • Page 16 Operations from the remote controller On the map screen On the AV screens On menu screens In Navigation Menus: Switch to the AV screen. Switch to the AV screen. • Change the source. In AV Menu: Change the AV/OFF source and switch to the AV screen.
  • Page 17 Only on the AV screens • Make selections in disc menus. • DISC +/– buttons: Change discs for a CD changer. Disc: Confirm the selection. TOP M DVD/DivX 6: Show the disc menu. ☞ [67] VCD with PBC: Resume PBC playback. ☞ [67] DVD MENU Display the on-screen bar.
  • Page 18: Table Of Contents

    Navigation System 20 Safety instructions for Navigation System 22 Basic operations 24 Registering your home To register your home To go home 26 Starting guidance Setting a destination using Shortcut Menu Setting a destination using Destination Menu To go back to where you started 28 Searching for a place By address From the list of POI...
  • Page 19 36 Arranging your route Setting places to stop by Saving and loading routes Avoiding a congestion ahead 38 Registering favourite points Marking your favourite points Editing your favourite points 40 Traffic information on map —TMC What is TMC? Checking the TMC information How TMC information is reflected in navigation 42 Navigation menu items Destination Menu...
  • Page 20: Safety Instructions For Navigation System

    This Navigation System must only be used for Use of the data is only permitted in this its intended purpose. The volume of the car specific JVC system. It is forbidden to extract radio/Navigation System must be adjusted so or make further use of significant parts of that external noise is still audible.
  • Page 21 At all times, the driver must decide whether or not to heed the information provided. JVC does not accept liability for erroneous data On map updating provided by the Navigation System. If “Your map data is more than one year old and updates may be available.”...
  • Page 22: Basic Operations

    Basic operations Current position mode —The map scrolls automatically so that your position is always at the centre of the map. Show TMC information. (☞ [41]) Scale Scale the map. Switch to the AV screen. Your position Adjust the volume. Call up a menu screen.
  • Page 23 To change the map view To call up menus Navigation Menus The map view changes as follows: Heading Up = 3D Map = North Up Each time you press the button, the menu switches as follows: (Map screen) = Destination Menu Heading Up = Information Menu The map rotates so that you are always...
  • Page 24: Registering Your Home

    Registering your home To register your home To go home ( Home Register your home or your office, wherever When you have registered your home, you can you go often, as Home, so that you can easily set easily get guided to home. that place as destination.
  • Page 25 What is Shortcut Menu? On the map screen, you can call up Shortcut Menu by pressing ENT. Shortcut Menu is a gateway to various operations. Shortcut Menu While not guided Map screen While guided To select an icon, press ENT or one of the four keys on the right circle button corresponding to the icon.
  • Page 26: Starting Guidance

    Starting guidance • You can set destinations only after calibration is finished. (☞ [9]) Setting a destination using Shortcut Menu Scroll the map to display the destination at the centre of the map. Call up Shortcut Menu. Select [Go Here] to start guidance.
  • Page 27: Setting A Destination Using Destination Menu

    Setting a destination using Destination Menu Call up Destination Menu. Select one of the methods to search for your destination. Destination Destination ☞ [24] ☞ [30] Home* Vicinity ☞ [below] ☞ [31] Return** Favourite ☞ [28] ☞ [31] Address Postcode ☞...
  • Page 28: Searching For A Place

    Searching for a place To input names, addresses, or numbers 3 Select the item you want from the list. Ex. Input screen for a city name By address ( Address More Call up Destination Menu. Enter a space Display other keyboards* Display the list of Delete the last character...
  • Page 29: From The List Of Poi

    Input the street name. Select a method to search for a POI with. • You can also select the centre of the city. (The list of city centres may appear.) You You can search for a POI in three ways: do not have to input the house number in By name this case.
  • Page 30: From Last Destinations

    From last destinations ( POI near a place/route ( Previous Vicinity You can select a place from the last 50 You can search for a POI around the place destinations and via points. where you are now. While guided, you can also search for a POI near the destination or along Call up Destination Menu.
  • Page 31: From Your Favourites

    By postcode ( Postcode Select a category ( then a sub of the POI. category if any) • Search by postcode is not available in some countries. Select Category Business Call up Destination Menu. City/Town Community Emergency Food Destination Area: Local Change ]Postcode The result is listed in the order of distance...
  • Page 32: How You Are Guided

    How you are guided Destination found Route calculation Calculating... To cancel calculation, press BACK. Screen while guided Estimated time of arrival and distance to the destination/ next via point Route to take Current time Next turn/ Distance to the next turn : Name of the current street : Name of the next street To cancel guidance...
  • Page 33 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). Guidance point “Right turn 1 km ahead.”...
  • Page 34: Getting Information On Your Route And Places

    Getting information on your route and places • You can also view the trip through To see the itinerary and the turns list Information Menu ] Trip. Map screen • You can also view the turns list through Information Menu ] Turns List. [Hold] Trip information Trip...
  • Page 35: Customizing How You Are Guided

    Classics Station name 92.5 If a telephone number is available, you can call to the number through JVC’s Bluetooth adapter. ☞ [86] Distance to the next turn/Turn icon (While not guided: Speed/Direction) You can also get information on your current position through Information Menu ] Current Position.
  • Page 36: Arranging Your Route

    Arranging your route Setting places to stop by Select the via point you want to move. After selecting your destination, you can select Select Point up to nine places (“via points”) to stop by. Station To add via points Forest Inn Intr’l Airport After guidance has started...
  • Page 37: Saving And Loading Routes

    Saving and loading routes To delete saved routes Call up Destination Menu. You can save up to 50 combinations of destination and via points. You can easily call up your usual route without the trouble of setting destinations. Destination • Each route can contain up to nine via points. ]Route Edit To save a route ]Delete...
  • Page 38: Registering Favourite Points

    Registering favourite points Just like you mark your friend’s house or a nice To proceed to edit the registered favourite Chinese restaurant on your map book, you can point, select [Edit Favourite] after register your favourite points in the system. step Marking your favourite points You can open the edit screen in step...
  • Page 39 To delete a favourite point Select the item you want to edit. Press and hold ENT after step of “Editing your favourite points.” A confirmation message appears. Press ENT to confirm the operation. Press BACK to cancel. • You cannot delete a favourite point directly after editing it.
  • Page 40: Traffic Information On Map-Tmc

    2.0 km. • Congestion lines are displayed on the map when its scale is between 30 m and As the TMC information is transmitted 5.0 km. by radio stations, JVC cannot assume responsibility for the completeness or accuracy of the information.
  • Page 41: Checking The Tmc Information

    Checking the TMC information How TMC information is reflected in navigation If Bypass Traffic is set to Manual Reroute (☞ [44]), [Reroute] appears on the screen when the TMC service informs the System of traffic accidents or congestion ahead on your route. While guided, select the area to see the information of.
  • Page 42: Navigation Menu Items

    ☞ [12] for the detailed Menu operations. Navigation menu items Destination Menu Menu items Start guidance to a home. (Appears only while not guided.) ☞ [24] Home Cancels the guidance. (Appears only while guided.) ☞ [24, 26, 32] Cancel Guide Starts guidance to the place where you have started your last guidance.
  • Page 43: Setup Menu

    Information Menu (continued) Menu items You can check the connection status. Learning Lv., Angle, GPS Antenna, Gyro, Speed Signal, Connection Parking Brake, Reverse Signal, Illumination, Tel. Muting You can check the model name, the version of the unit, and the version of Version the map database.
  • Page 44 Setup Menu (continued) Menu items Selectable settings (Initial setting) Select the voice guidance output on an AV screen. Interruption • A small icon of the next turn is always displayed at the lower- right corner of the AV screen while guided, regardless of this setting.
  • Page 45 Setup Menu (continued) Menu items Selectable settings (Initial setting) North Up, Heading Up, 3D Map ☞ [23] Map View Select how the zoom scale changes. Auto Zoom Off: (Effective only while guided) Zoom into 30 m scale at turns if Guidance View is set to Auto Magnification. If else, the scale does not change at turns.
  • Page 46 Setup Menu (continued) Menu items Selectable settings (Initial setting) Select the angle of the unit measured by the supplied gauge. (See Installation also the Installation/Connection Manual.) Angle 1: –5.0° to 1.0° 2: 1.0° to 6.0° 3: 6.0° to 14.0° 4: 14.0° to 32.0° •...
  • Page 47: Additional Information

    Additional information POI around a place/route Initial settings • If no POI data exists for the selected area, POI • If you select On for Store Display Mode, not found. appears on the display. Press the system starts up in demonstration mode BACK until the main categories list appears.
  • Page 48 – when changing tyres or attaching chains Arranging your route on the tyres • Motorways are always used to calculate the – when tyre slip occurs continuously and route if the distance to the destination is over frequently 200 km. –...
  • Page 49 List of POI icons Pub/Bar Business Sports Convention/Conference Centre Office/Factory Sports Field Theatre City/Town Capital City Lodging Guest House National Capital Community Hotel/Motel Places Bank Civic/Community Centre Border Crossing Industrial Park College Or University Sports Stadium Hospital Law Court Shopping Book Shop Library Museum...
  • Page 50 List of TMC icons Traffic Jam Road works Road is blocked or closed Traffic lane closed Accident Condition Other Caution Event Information AV source operations in the map screen Source Tuner Auto search. (No function) Auto search. Change services. Disc Change titles/groups/folders.
  • Page 51 Radio 52 Listening to the radio FM station automatic presetting —SSM (Strong-station Sequential Memory) Manual presetting Selecting preset stations When an FM stereo broadcast is hard to receive Tuning in to stations with sufficient signal strength 54 RDS operations Searching for FM RDS programme—PTY Search Storing your favourite programme types PTY Standby Reception TA Standby Reception...
  • Page 52: Listening To The Radio

    Listening to the radio Equalizer type ☞ [98] Band * Only for RDS stations. FM1 Preset4 Classics Station name * 92.5 PTY code* Select “TUNER.” Select the bands. Search for a station—Auto Search. • Manual Search: Press and hold either 4 or ¢ until Manual Search appears on the monitor, then press it repeatedly.
  • Page 53: Selecting Preset Stations

    When an FM stereo broadcast is hard Select a preset number. to receive FM1 Preset4 Classic Station name AV Menu 92.5 [Hold] ]Mode ]Mono 10:35 km/h You can also access the Preset List through AV Menu ] List. Selecting preset stations lights up.
  • Page 54: Rds Operations

    RDS operations Storing your favourite programme The following features are available only for FM RDS stations. types Searching for FM RDS programme— You can store your favourite PTY codes into the PTY Preset List. PTY Search PTY Mode PTY Search You can search for your favourite programmes PTY Memory being broadcast by selecting the PTY code for...
  • Page 55: Pty Standby Reception

    PTY Standby Reception TA Standby Reception PTY Standby Reception allows the unit to TA Standby Reception allows the unit to switch switch temporarily to your favourite PTY temporarily to Traffic Announcement (TA) programme from any source other than AM. from any source other than AM. •...
  • Page 56: Tracing The Same Programme -Network-Tracking Reception

    DAB operations Tracing the same programme —Network-Tracking Reception When driving in an area where FM reception is not sufficient enough, this unit automatically Select “DAB.” tunes in to another FM RDS station of the Search for an ensemble. same network, possibly broadcasting the same programme with stronger signals.
  • Page 57: Selecting Preset Services

    * To enjoy DAB, connect a DAB tuner (separately purchased) to the unit. Band Service Label DAB1 Preset4 Service1 Ensemble label 227.360 MHz 12C Channel number Select a preset number. Viewing DLS information When the received DAB service sends DLS (Dynamic Label Segment) information, DAB1 Preset4 lights up.
  • Page 58: Ta/Pty Standby Reception

    • If lights up, Announcement Standby Reception is activated. • If flashes, Announcement Standby AV Menu Reception is not yet activated. To activate, ]Mode tune in to another service providing the ]D.Range Control signal required for Announcement Standby ]DRC1 or DRC2 or DRC3 Reception.
  • Page 59 Discs and HDD 60 Disc operations Playable discs/files Selecting playback modes Selecting tracks on the list Prohibiting disc ejection Remote operations Special functions for DVD Audio Operations using the on-screen bar 70 Music server operations Selecting tracks using lists Selecting playback modes Recording/copying tracks from a disc Editing the library Checking the remaining storage size...
  • Page 60: Disc Operations

    Disc operations The disc type is automatically detected, and To insert a disc playback starts automatically (for some discs: automatic start depends on its internal program). If a disc does not have any disc menu, all tracks in it will be played repeatedly until you change the source or eject the disc.
  • Page 61: Playable Discs/Files

    Playable discs/files Disc type Recording format, file type, etc. Playable DVD Video DVD Audio DVD-ROM DVD Video DVD Recordable/Rewritable DivX/MPEG1/MPEG2 (DVD-R /-RW, +R/+RW JPEG • Compliant to UDF bridge MP3/WMA/WAV format • DVD-RAM cannot be played. DVD-VR, DVD+VR DVD side Dual Disc Non-DVD side Audio CD/CD Text (CD-DA), DTS-CD...
  • Page 62 * Only for CD-Text. “No Name” appears DTS icon (only for DTS-CDs) for conventional CDs. Track no./Playing time 4, ¢ 01 0:00:03 Press: Select track Disc Title Hold: Reverse/ Artist Name forward search Track Name MP3, WMA, WAV * Tag data will be shown instead of folder/ Audio format file names when they are recorded and Folder no./File no./Playing time...
  • Page 63 DVD Video Title no./Chapter no./Playing time Audio format 4, ¢ Press: Select chapter 01 0:00:03 Hold: Reverse/ forward search ∞, 5 Press: Select title DVD Audio BONUS indicator ☞ [68] Group no./Track no./Playing time Audio format B.S.P indicator ☞ [68] 4, ¢...
  • Page 64: Selecting Playback Modes

    JPEG Folder no. File no. 4, ¢ Press: Select file Folder Name ∞, 5 File Name.jpg Press: Select folder Hold: Display Folder List Selecting playback modes You can use only one of the following playback Disc type Repeat modes—Intro/Repeat/Random. Ex. To select Track Repeat Chapter: Repeats current chapter Title:...
  • Page 65: Selecting Tracks On The List

    Selecting tracks on the list Prohibiting disc ejection If a disc includes folders, you can display the Folder/Track Lists, then start playback. Display the Folder List. [Hold] Eject Folder List Emergency Eject My Best No Eject Cinema My Best2 Pops Favourites 020315 [Hold]...
  • Page 66 Press: Select a chapter. Press: Select a track. 4/¢ Press and hold: Reverse/forward search Press and hold: Reverse/forward search ∞/5 Select a title. Select a group. Chapter = Title = Track = Group = DIRECT (☞ below) Reverse/forward search 1/¡ Slow motion during pause.
  • Page 67 Press: Select a track. Press: Select a track. Press and hold: Reverse/forward Press and hold: Reverse/forward Press: Select a track. search . (No sound can be heard.) search . (No sound can be heard.) Select a folder. — Select a folder. Track = Folder = Track File...
  • Page 68: Special Functions For Dvd Audio

    Special functions for DVD Audio Operations using the on-screen bar For DVD/VCD/DivX/MPEG/JPEG discs, you Playing back a bonus group can check the disc information and use some If a DVD Audio including a “bonus group” functions through the on-screen bar. is detected, lights up on the disc Display the on-screen bar.
  • Page 69 Information T02-C03 TOTAL 1:25:58 DVD -V C. RPT Operation TIME TITLE CHAP 1 Disc type Pause 2 Audio signal format (for DVD) Stop PBC (for VCD) 7 Operation icons 3 Playback mode Change time indication (☞ 5) TIME Title Repeat/Track Repeat T.
  • Page 70: Music Server Operations

    Music server operations The built-in HDD works not only as storage for navigation data, but as a music server, where you can record CD tracks and music files (MP3, WMA and WAV files). The recorded tracks are categorized into genres and albums. You can make 99 genres in the music server, and 99 albums in each genre.
  • Page 71: Random Album

    Selecting tracks using lists Selecting playback modes You can use only one of the following playback Call up the Genre List. modes—Intro/Repeat/Random. Ex. To select Track Repeat Genre List 60’s Jazz Drive AV Menu Favourites ]Mode Classical [Hold] 80’s ]Repeat Select a genre, then an album.
  • Page 72: Recording/Copying Tracks From A Disc

    Recording/copying tracks from a disc Notes on the name of new genres and albums • You can record tracks of audio CDs into the • If you want to make a new genre or a new HDD. Record appears in AV Menu. album for the tracks to be recorded/copied, select [New Genre] or [New Album].
  • Page 73 To record all the tracks in a disc To record selected tracks AV Menu AV Menu ]Record ]Record ]Select All ]Select Track Select the genre and album to Select the tracks to record. record the tracks into. Select Track Select All Select Genre Track 1 [New Genre]...
  • Page 74 To copy the current track To copy selected tracks AV Menu AV Menu ]Copy ]Copy ]Current Track ]Select Track Start copying. Select the tracks to copy. Select Track Select All Track 1 Track 2 Copying... appears. Track 3 • When you copy a track for the first time Track 4 Check with this function, a new genre and a...
  • Page 75: Editing The Library

    Select Store to finish editing. • You cannot edit the tag data of tracks. AV Menu ]Record or Copy ]Continue Moving tracks between albums/Moving Start recording/copying. albums between genres Ex. To move tracks between albums • Select the album which the target tracks belong to.
  • Page 76: Checking The Remaining Storage Size

    Rearranging the order of tracks, albums and Deleting tracks, albums, or genres genres Ex. To delete tracks Ex. To rearrange the order of tracks in an • Select the album which the target tracks album belong to. • Select the album which the target tracks belong to.
  • Page 77: Cd Changer Operations

    CD changer operations It is recommended to use a JVC MP3-compatible CD changer with your unit. • You can play only CDs (CD-DA) and MP3 discs. Preparation: Make sure Changer is selected for the external input setting. (☞ [94]) Disc no./Track no./Playing time Equalizer type ☞...
  • Page 78 Selecting playback modes You can use only one of the following playback modes—Intro/Repeat/Random. Ex. To select Track Repeat When one of the playback modes is selected, the corresponding indicator lights up on the AV Menu monitor. ]Mode To cancel, select Off in step ]Repeat ]Track Disc type Intro...
  • Page 79 Other functions 80 iPod/D. player operations Selecting a track from the player’s menu Selecting playback modes 81 Playing other external components External input Video input 83 Using Bluetooth® devices —Mobile phone/audio player Menu operation for Bluetooth devices Registering a Bluetooth device Using the Bluetooth mobile phone Using the Bluetooth audio player Phone Menu...
  • Page 80: Ipod/D. Player Operations

    For Apple iPod and JVC D. player, it is required to connect the interface adapter (KS-PD100 for iPod or KS-PD500 for D. player) to the CD changer jack on the rear. Preparation: Make sure Changer is selected for the external input setting. (☞ [94])
  • Page 81: Playing Other External Components

    Playing other external components External 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). Preparation: Make sure Ext Input is selected for the external input setting. (☞ [94]) AV Input Equalizer type ☞...
  • Page 82: Video Input

    Video input You can connect an external component to the VIDEO IN plug. Preparation: When connecting a video component Make sure Ext Input is selected for the external input setting, and Video for the video input setting. (☞ [94]) • You cannot view the video picture when the parking brake is not engaged. When connecting a camera Make sure Camera is selected for the video input setting.
  • Page 83: Using Bluetooth® Devices

    Using Bluetooth® devices— Mobile phone/audio player For Bluetooth operations, it is required to connect the Bluetooth Adapter (KS-BTA200) to the CD changer jack on the rear. • Refer also to the instructions supplied with the Bluetooth Adapter and the Bluetooth device. •...
  • Page 84 Searching for available devices To register another device after you have registered a device, make sure New Device Mode is selected. (☞ [85]) ]Search Searching... Registering using Open The unit searches for available devices and Mode displays the list of them. (If no available ]Open device is detected, Device Unfound appears.)
  • Page 85: Using The Bluetooth Mobile Phone

    Connecting/disconnecting a registered device Select the method to make a call. On the Bluetooth Phone screen or the Bluetooth Audio screen, • Redial: Shows the list of the phone numbers you have dialed. Go to the select a registered device you following step.
  • Page 86 On the unit: • You can also access the Dial menu by pressing PHONE on the remote controller. Call up the preset list. • You can also access the redial list by pressing and holding PHONE on the remote controller. •...
  • Page 87: Using The Bluetooth Audio Player

    When a call comes in... When an SMS comes in... If the mobile phone is compatible with SMS Bluetooth Phone (Short Message Service) and Message P902i Name and Info is set to Auto (☞ [89]), the unit rings Receiving Call phone number and Receiving Message appears on the Jack...
  • Page 88: Phone Menu

    Phone Menu Menu items Selectable settings (Initial setting) Select a phone number from the list of the phone numbers you have Redial dialed. Select a phone number from the list of the received calls. Received Calls Select a name, then phone number from the phone book of the Phonebook connected mobile phone.
  • Page 89 If you wish to receive more information about use of such marks by Victor Company of Bluetooth, visit our JVC web site. Japan, Limited (JVC) is under licence. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. Using Bluetooth devices...
  • Page 90: Av Menu Items

    AV Menu items ☞ [12] for the detailed Menu operations. AV Menu Setup Setup Display Clock Sound Disc Screen Control Tuner Aspect Input AV Menu Setup Mode Others List Record Edit Title Entry • The menu items shown may vary. Menu items Selectable settings (Initial setting)
  • Page 91 Menu items Selectable settings (Initial setting) Tag Display Off: Cancels. On: Shows the Tag data while playing MP3/WMA/WAV tracks on discs or on HDD. Dimmer Off: Cancels. On: Activates dimmer. Auto: Dims the monitor when you turn on the headlights. Time Set: Set the time to switch the day/night screen.
  • Page 92 Menu items Selectable settings (Initial setting) Select the monitor type to watch a wide screen picture. Monitor Type 16:9: Select when the aspect ratio of the external monitor 16:9 4:3 Letter Box is 16:9. 4:3 Letter Box/4:3 Pan Scan: Select when the aspect ratio of the external monitor is 4:3.
  • Page 93 Menu items Selectable settings (Initial setting) You can enjoy a powerful sound at a low volume level D. Range Comp. while playing Dolby Digital software. Auto: Select to apply the effect to multi-channel encoded software. On: Select to always use this function. This unit has its own Registration Code.
  • Page 94 Menu items Selectable settings (Initial setting) When connecting an external component to the CD External Input changer jack on the rear. Changer: CD changer, iPod, or D. player. Ext Input: Any other than the above. • For connecting the DAB tuner or the Bluetooth Adapter, this setting is not required.
  • Page 95 Menu items Selectable settings (Initial setting) Beep Off: Cancels. On: Activates the key-touch tone. You can mute the sound of the System (AV source sounds Telephone Muting and voice guidance) while you talk on the mobile phone. Off: Cancels. Muting1, Muting2: Select either one which mute the sounds while using the mobile phone.
  • Page 96 Menu items Selectable settings (Initial setting) High Pass Filter Through: Select when the subwoofer is not connected. On: Select when the subwoofer is connected. Adjust the crossover frequency between the front/rear Crossover speakers and the subwoofer. 55 Hz, 85 Hz, 125 Hz You can change the maximum volume level of this Amplifier Gain receiver.
  • Page 97 Menu items Selectable settings (Initial setting) You can change the aspect ratio of the picture. Aspect ratio of incoming signal 16:9 Full: For 16:9 original pictures Aspect [Disc]/ Regular: Aspect [Video] For 4:3 original pictures • For “DISC”: Aspect ratio is Auto: automatically selected to match to the incoming signals.
  • Page 98: Selecting An Equalizer Type

    Sound equalization Selecting an equalizer type Storing your own adjustment You can store your adjustment into User 1, User 2, and User 3. AV Menu Repeat steps above, then in step EQ - Flat Flat Settings Hard Rock R&B Frequency Jazz 60 Hz Store...
  • Page 99 Additional Information General RDS operations • There is a time limit for some operations. • TA Standby Reception and PTY Standby In this case, if no further operation is done Reception will be cancelled temporarily in the for a certain period, the current operation is following cases: canceled.
  • Page 100 Inserting a disc • For DVD-R/DVD-RW: This receiver can play only discs recorded in the DVD-Video • When a disc is inserted upside down, Disc format. (Discs recorded in the DVD-VR Error appears on the monitor. Eject the disc. format cannot be played.) Ejecting a disc •...
  • Page 101 Playing MPEG files • This unit cannot play back the following files and skips them when playing back files: • This unit can play back MPEG files with the extension code <.mpg> or <.mpeg>. – MP3 files encoded with MP3i and MP3 PRO format.
  • Page 102 Music server operations Control screen • The following control screens appear only • Sound quality may deteriorate if you select on the external monitor. Normal Quality for recording mode. • While recording, recorded sounds are DivX/MPEG/JPEG/MP3/WMA/WAV reproduced from the speakers. When recording is stopped, CD original sounds are reproduced.
  • Page 103 : Household phone For iPod users: <http://www.jvc.co.jp/ : Office english/car/support/ks-pd100/index.html> : General For D. player users: <http://www.jvc.co.jp/ english/car/support/ks-pd500/index.html> : Other than above Warning messages for Bluetooth operations • Connection Error : The device is registered but the connection has failed. Use Connect to connect the device again.
  • Page 104 settings will not work as you set due to their AV Menu items internal disc programming. • If you change the Amplifier Gain setting • When you select 16:9 for a picture whose from High Power to Low Power while the aspect ratio is 4:3, the picture slightly changes volume level is set higher than 30, the unit due to the process for converting the picture...
  • Page 105 Inputting characters Checkbox operations Ex.: Ex.: - Input Genre Name - Select Track Select All Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track 4 Check More Store To select an item in the list Enter a space Display other keyboards Delete a character Move the cursor •...
  • Page 106 About sounds reproduced through the rear terminals • Through the analog terminals (Speaker out/LINE OUT): 2-channel signal is emitted. When playing a multi-channel encoded disc, multi-channel signals are downmixed. (☞ [92] Down Mix.) • Through DIGITAL OUT (optical): Digital signals (Linear PCM, Dolby Digital, DTS, MPEG Audio) are emitted through this terminal. To reproduce multi-channel sounds such as Dolby Digital, DTS, and MPEG Audio, connect an amplifier or a decoder compatible with these multi-channel sources to this terminal, and set D.
  • Page 107 Information 108 Maintenance 109 Troubleshooting 117 Specifications...
  • Page 108 Maintenance How to clean the connectors How to handle discs Frequent detachment will deteriorate the Centre When removing a disc from its connectors. holder case, press down the centre holder To minimize this possibility, periodically wipe of the case and lift the disc out, the connectors with a cotton swab or cloth holding it by the edges.
  • Page 109 Troubleshooting What appears to be trouble is not always serious. Check the following points before calling a service centre. Symptoms Causes/Remedies Some operations are prohibited without the • Parking Brake appears on the parking brake engaged. Park the car in a safe place monitor.
  • Page 110 Symptoms Causes/Remedies • Navigation guidance is incorrect. Installation angle setting is not correct. Set it correctly. (☞ [46]) • Navigation guidance is sometimes Reversing signal/speed signal wires are not incorrect. connected. Connect them correctly (☞ Installation/Connection Manual—separate volume). • Navigation guidance is hard to listen to. Surround noise interferes. Increase the voice cruise level.
  • Page 111 Symptoms Causes/Remedies Move to an area with stronger signals. • No DAB Signal appears on the monitor. Connect this unit and the DAB tuner correctly, • Reset 08 appears on the monitor. then reset the unit (☞ [4]). • The DAB tuner does not work at all. Reconnect this unit and the DAB tuner correctly.
  • Page 112 Symptoms Causes/Remedies • Disc cannot be played back. • Change the disc. • Record the tracks using a compliant application in the appropriate discs (☞ [61]). • Add appropriate extension codes to the file names. • WMA track cannot be played back, and The track is copy-protected with DRM.
  • Page 113 Symptoms Causes/Remedies • Sound does not come out while This is not a malfunction. copying music files. • Sound does not come out in the map This is not a malfunction. screen while recording a CD. • Cannot change the source while This is not a malfunction.
  • Page 114 Symptoms Causes/Remedies • Insert a disc into the magazine. • No Disc appears on the monitor. • A disc is inserted upside down. Insert the disc correctly. Insert the magazine. • No Magazine appears on the monitor. Disc does not include playable files. Replace the •...
  • Page 115 Symptoms Causes/Remedies • Bluetooth device does not detect the This unit can be connected with one Bluetooth unit. mobile phone and one Bluetooth audio device at a time. While connecting a device, this unit cannot be detected from another device. Disconnect currently connected device and search again.
  • Page 116 Glossary Playback sources Dolby Digital Navigation System Compressed digital audio, developed by Dolby Laboratories, which enables multi- channel encode to create the realistic Global Positioning System. By receiving the surround sound. GPS signals from the satellites, the Navigation System determines the position of the car. Compressed digital audio, developed by Digital Theater Systems, Inc., which enables Points of Interest.
  • Page 117 Specifications L1, C/A code System & Service Global Positioning System Standard Positioning Service 15-channel multi-channel reception system Reception System 1 575.42 MHz Reception Frequency –130 dBm Sensitivity 1/second, continuous Update Rate Polarization Right Handed Circular Polarization GPS Aerial Dimensions (approx.) 30.4 mm ×...
  • Page 118 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz Frequency Range (MW) 522 kHz to 1 620 kHz (LW) 144 kHz to 279 kHz 11.3 dBf (1.0 μV/75 Ω) Usable Sensitivity FM Tuner 16.3 dBf (1.8 μV/75 Ω) 50 dB Quieting Sensitivity Alternate Channel 65 dB Selectivity (400 kHz) Frequency Response...
  • Page 119 40 GB (Map data: 16 GB / Storage: 24 GB) Max. Bit Rate: 320 kbps MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer 3) Max. Bit Rate: 320 kbps WMA (Windows Media® Audio) 3.5 inch wide liquid crystal display Screen size 224 640 pixels: 320 (horizontal) × 3 × 234 (vertical) Number of Pixel TFT (Thin Film Transistor) active matrix format Drive Method...
  • Page 120 Having TROUBLE with operation? Please reset your unit Refer to page of How to reset your unit EN, GE, FR © 2007 Victor Company of Japan, Limited 0207NSMMDWJEIN...

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