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© 2013 JVC KENWOOD Corporation
DNX7230DAB
DNX5230DAB
DNX5230BT
DNX4230DAB
DNX4230BT
DNX4230TR
GPS NAVIGATION SYSTEM
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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  • Page 1 DNX7230DAB DNX5230DAB DNX5230BT DNX4230DAB DNX4230BT DNX4230TR GPS NAVIGATION SYSTEM INSTRUCTION MANUAL Before reading this manual, click the button below to check the latest edition and the modified pages. Check the latest edition © 2013 JVC KENWOOD Corporation 13DNX_IM366_Ref_E_En_03 (E)
  • Page 2 What Do You Want To Do? Thank you for purchasing the KENWOOD GPS NAVIGATION SYSTEM. In this manual, you will learn various convenient functions of the system. Click the icon of the media you want to play. With one-click, you can jump to the section of each media!
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    ontents Before Use Radio Operation 2 WARNING _______________________ 4 Radio Basic Operation _______________ 52 Digital Radio Basic Operation _________ 54 How to Read this Manual Memory Operation __________________ 56 Basic Operations Selecting Operation _________________ 57 Functions of the Buttons Traffic Information __________________ 58 on the Front Panel _________________ 6 Replay (Digital Radio only) ____________ 59 Turning on the Unit _________________ 12...
  • Page 4 Remote control Battery Installation __________________ 102 Functions of the Remote control Buttons 103 Troubleshooting Problems and Solutions ______________ 106 Error Messages _____________________ 107 Resetting the Unit __________________ 109 Appendix Playable Media and Files _____________ 110 Status Bar Indicator Items ____________ 113 Region Codes in the World ____________ 115 DVD Language Codes _______________ 116 Specifications ______________________ 117...
  • Page 5: Before Use

    Called lens fogging, this condensation on the lens may not allow discs to play. In such • To prevent a short circuit, never put or a situation, remove the disc and wait for the leave any metallic objects (such as coins or condensation to evaporate. If the unit still metal tools) inside the unit. does not operate normally after a while, • Do not watch or fix your eyes on the unit’s consult your Kenwood dealer. display when you are driving for any extended period. Precautions on handling discs • If you experience problems during • Do not touch the recording surface of the installation, consult your Kenwood dealer. disc. Precautions on using this unit • Do not stick tape etc. on the disc, or use a disc with tape stuck on it. • When you purchase optional accessories, • Do not use disc type accessories.
  • Page 6: How To Read This Manual

    Return to the Top page How To Read This Manual ow to Read this Manual Link header You can refer each section or top page Return to the Top page CD, Disc, iPod, USB device with one-click. Operation title Search Operation Introduces the function. You can search the music, video, or picture file by some operations.
  • Page 7: Basic Operations

    Return to the Top page Basic Operations asic Operations unctions of the Buttons on the Front Panel DNX7230DAB 7 8 9 NOTE • The panels shown in this guide are examples used to provide clear explanations of the operations. For this reason, they may be different from the actual panels. • In this manual, each model name is abbreviated as follows. DNX7230DAB: If above icon is showed, read the article applicable to the unit you use. How to insert an SD Card 1) Press < > button for 1 second. Labelled side The panel fully opens.
  • Page 8 Return to the Top page Basic Operations Number Name Motion fi (Reset) • If the unit or the connected unit fails to operate properly, the unit returns to factory settings when this button is pressed (P.109). • If the Security Indicator (SI) function is turned on, this indicator flashes when the vehicle ignition is off (P.80). • Switches attenuation of the volume on/off. • Pressing for 1 second turns the screen off. ∞, 5 (Vol) Adjusts volume. • Displays Graphic Equalizer screen (P.95).* • Pressing for 1 second switches camera view display on/off. • Displays the navigation screen. • Pressing for 1 second switches AV out sources. MENU • Displays the Top Menu screen (P.19). • Pressing for 1 second turns the power off. • When the power off, turns the power on. • Displays the Hands Free screen (P.67). • Pressing for 1 second displays the Voice Recognition screen. (P.72) 0 (Eject) • Ejects the disc. • When the panel is opened, pressing closes the panel and pressing for 1 second ejects the disc forcibly. • When the panel is closed, pressing for 1 second fully opens the panel to the location of the SD card slot. Remote Receives the remote control signal. Sensor Disc insert A slot to insert a disc media. slot SD card slot A slot to insert an SD card. The card is used for upgrading the map.
  • Page 9 Return to the Top page Basic Operations DNX5230DAB/DNX5230BT NOTE • The panels shown in this guide are examples used to provide clear explanations of the operations. For this reason, they may be different from the actual panels. • In this manual, each model name is abbreviated as follows. DNX5230DAB and DNX5230BT : If above icons are showed, read the article applicable to the unit you use. How to insert a microSD Card 1) Slide the Release key upward to detach the part of the front panel. 2) Hold the microSD card with the label side facing left and the notched section up, and insert it into the slot until it clicks.
  • Page 10 Return to the Top page Basic Operations Number Name Motion Disc insert A slot to insert a disc media. slot 0 (Eject) • Ejects the disc. • Pressing for 1 second ejects the disc forcibly. fi (Reset) • If the unit or the connected unit fails to operate properly, the unit returns to factory settings when this button is pressed (P.109). • If the Security Indicator (SI) function is turned on, this indicator flashes when the vehicle ignition is off (P.80). Release key Detaches the part of front panel. MENU • Displays the Top Menu screen (P.19). • Pressing for 1 second turns the power off. • When the power off, turns the power on. • Displays the navigation screen. • Pressing for 1 second switches AV out sources. ∞, 5 • Adjusts volume. • Displays the Hands Free screen (P.67). • Pressing for 1 second displays the Voice Recognition screen. (P.72) Input jack An input jack for external device. microSD A slot to insert an SD card. The card is used for upgrading the map. card slot For how to upgrade the map, refer to the instruction manual of the navigation system. Also, you can play audio/visual file in the card.
  • Page 11 Return to the Top page Basic Operations DNX4230DAB/DNX4230BT/DNX4230TR NOTE • The panels shown in this guide are examples used to provide clear explanations of the operations. For this reason, they may be different from the actual panels. • In this manual, each model name is abbreviated as follows. DNX4230DAB, DNX4230BT, and DNX4230TR : If above icons are showed, read the article applicable to the unit you use. How to insert a microSD Card 1) Open the microSD card slot cover as the illustration in the right. 2) Hold the microSD card with the label facing up and the notched section right, and insert it into the slot until it clicks.
  • Page 12 Return to the Top page Basic Operations Number Name Motion Disc insert A slot to insert a disc media. slot 0 (Eject) • Ejects the disc. • Pressing for 1 second ejects the disc forcibly. fi (Reset) • If the unit or the connected unit fails to operate properly, the unit returns to factory settings when this button is pressed (P.109). • If the Security Indicator (SI) function is turned on, this indicator flashes when the vehicle ignition is off (P.80). Remote Receives the remote control signal. Sensor MENU • Displays the Top Menu screen (P.19). • Pressing for 1 second turns the power off. • When the power off, turns the power on. • Displays the navigation screen. • Pressing for 1 second switches AV out sources. Volume Knob • Turning adjusts volume up or down. • Pressing switches attenuation of the volume on/off. • Pressing for 1 second displays the Tone Control screen (P.96).* • Displays the Hands Free screen (P.67). • Pressing for 1 second displays the Voice Recognition screen. (P.72) microSD A microSD card slot for upgrading the map. For how to upgrade the map, card slot refer to the instruction manual of the navigation system. * The display may not switch to the Tone Control screen in some conditions.
  • Page 13: Turning On The Unit

    Return to the Top page Basic Operations urning on the Unit The method of turning on is different depending on the model. Press the <MENU> button. The unit is turned on. ● To turn off the unit: ● Press the <MENU> button for 1 second. If it is your first time turning the unit on after installation, it will be necessary to perform Initial setup (P.13).
  • Page 14: Initial Setup

    Return to the Top page Basic Operations Initial setup Perform this setup when you use this unit first time or when you reset the unit (P.109). Set each item as follows. Language Select the language used for the control screen and setting items. Default is “British English (en)”. 1 Touch [SET]. 2 Touch [2] or [3] to select the desired language. 3 Touch [Enter]. For detailed operation, see Language setup (P.79). Angle Adjust the position of the monitor. Default is “0”. 1 Touch [SET]. 2 Touch desired angle number and [ For detailed operation, see Monitor angle control (P.82). iPod AV Interface Use (DNX4230DAB, DNX4230BT) Set the terminal which your iPod is connected to. Default is “iPod”. 1 Touch [iPod] or [AV-IN2]. AV-IN SETUP (DNX4230TR) Select the source connected to AV-IN.
  • Page 15 Return to the Top page Basic Operations Color Set the screen and button illumination color. You can select whether to allow color scan operation or select a fixed color for operation. 1 Touch [SET]. 2 Touch [ON] or [OFF] of [Panel Color Scan]. 3 If you want to change color, touch [SET] of [Panel Color Coordinate]. 4 Touch your desired color and [ For detailed operation, see Panel color coordinate (P.83). Camera Set the parameters for the camera. 1 Touch [SET]. 2 Set each item and touch [ For detailed operation, see Camera Setup (P.86). Touch [Finish]. NOTE • These settings can be set from the SETUP menu. See Setting Up (P.76).
  • Page 16: How To Play Media

    Return to the Top page Basic Operations ● To eject the disc: ● ow to Play Media Press the < > button. Music CD and disc media Press the <0> button. USB device Connect the USB device with the USB cable. The panel opens. Insert the disc into the slot. The unit reads the device and playback starts.
  • Page 17: Front Panel

    Return to the Top page Basic Operations SD card External device DNX7230DAB: Press the <0> Insert the plug into the AV-IN jack. button for 1 second to open the front panel. The panel fully opens. DNX5230DAB/ DNX5230BT: Detach the front panel. NOTE •...
  • Page 18: Detaching The Front Panel

    Return to the Top page Basic Operations etaching The Front Slide the Release key upward to Panel detach the part of the front panel. Then, detach the panel as the You can detach the front panel to prevent diagrams below. theft. Press the <0> button for 1 second to open the front panel. ●...
  • Page 19: Attaching The Front Panel

    Return to the Top page Basic Operations Attaching the front panel Hold the panel securely so as not to drop it accidentally, and fit it onto the attaching plate until it is firmly locked.
  • Page 20: Operating With The Top Menu Screen

    Return to the Top page Basic Operations perating with the Top Menu Screen Most functions can be performed from the Top Menu screen. Touch [Menu] on any screen. NOTE • If [Menu] is not displayed during video/picture playback, press the <MENU> button. (P.6, P.10) Top Menu screen appears. NOTE • You can select the hiding icon by scrolling the screen left or right. From this screen, you can perform the following functions. Function Icon Operation Switch the audio source Touch the icon of the desired source.
  • Page 21: Common Operations

    Return to the Top page Basic Operations ● Customizing Top Menu screen ● Drag the icon you want to register to the upper line. You can move up to three icons. ommon Operations Introduces the common operations. General There are some functions which can be operated from most screens. [Menu] Returns to the Top Menu screen. Touching for at least 1 second displays the Screen Control screen. (Even when an image is dispalyed, touching for at least 1 second displays the Screen Control screen.) (RETURN) Returns to previous screen. (common menu key) Touch to display the common menu. The contents of the menu are as follows. : Displays the EXT SW Control screen. : D isplays the SETUP Menu screen. : D isplays the Audio Control Menu screen.
  • Page 22: List Screen

    Return to the Top page Basic Operations List screen There are some common function keys in the list screens of most sources. (Scroll) Scrolls the displayed text. etc. Touch keys with various functions are displayed here. Displayed keys differ depending on the current audio source, status, etc. For examples of functions of each key, refer to the table below. Function Lists all the music in the lower hierarchy. Moves to the upper hierarchy. Displays current category folder. Displays music/picture/movie file list. Flick scrolling You can scroll the list screen by flicking the screen up/down or right/left.
  • Page 23: Navigation Operation

    Return to the Top page Basic Operations avigation Operation For details on the navigation function, please refer to the Navigation Instruction Manual. Display the navigation screen Press the <NAV> button. The navigation screen appears. Control audio from the navigation screen You can control audio sources while the navigation screen is displayed. Also, you can view the navigation information while the source control screen is displayed. Touch the information bar. The navigation screen with audio information appears.
  • Page 24 Return to the Top page Basic Operations Touch [ ] or [ ] in the navigation screen. Touching this area displays the audio screen. : D isplays the navigation and control : D isplays the navigation and current keys of the current source. video/picture playback display. NOTE • The screen switches between playback screen and camera view each time the viewing area is touched. • Touching the source icon in the bottom of the screen displays the full audio screen. • If you select "Navigation" at AV Output Interface Setup (P.89) the playback screen is not displayed.
  • Page 25: Dvd/Video Cd (Vcd) Operation

    Return to the Top page DVD, VCD VD/Video CD (VCD) Operation DVD/VCD Basic Operation Most functions can be controlled from the source control screen and playback screen. NOTE • Set the remote control mode switch to DVD mode before starting operation, see Switching the operation mode (P.103). • The screen shot below is for DVD. It may be different from the one for VCD. Control screen Video screen 1 Information display Displays the following information. • Title #, Chap #: DVD title and chapter number display • Track #/Scene #: VCD track or scene number display Scene # is displayed only when Playback control (PBC) is on. • 3, ¡, ¢, 7, etc.: Current play mode display The meanings of each icon are as follows; 3 (play), ¡ (fast forward), 1 (fast backward), ¢ (search up), 4 (search down), 7 (stop),...
  • Page 26 Return to the Top page DVD, VCD 5 Sub function menu The following functions can be performed by using keys in this area. • Repeats the current content: T ouch [ ]. Each time you touch the key, repeat mode switches in the following sequence; DVD: "title repeat" , "chapter repeat" , "function off" VCD (PBC On): Does not repeat VCD (PBC Off ): "track repeat" , "function off" • Hides all keys: Touch [ • Fast forward or fast backward: T ouch [1] or [¡]. Each time you touch the key, the speed changes; standard, 2 times, 3 times. • Confirms play time: See #:##:##. DVD: Y ou can switch the time display between title play time, chapter play time, and title remaining time. Each time you touch, the display switches between “T #:##:##” (title play time display), “C #:##:##” (chapter play time...
  • Page 27 Return to the Top page DVD, VCD Multi function menu The functions of each key are as follows. [4] [¢] Searches the previous/next content. [38] Plays or pauses. ] or [ ] (DVD only) Plays in slow motion forward or backward. Stops playback. When touched twice, the disc is played from the beginning when you play it the next time. [PBC] (VCD only) Turn Playback control (PBC) on or off. SETUP] Touch to display the SETUP Menu screen. See Setting Up (P.76). AUDIO] Touch to display the Audio Control screen. See Controlling Audio (P.90). [ REAR Touch to mute the rear speaker.
  • Page 28: Dvd Disc Menu Operation

    Return to the Top page DVD, VCD Highlight control DVD Disc Menu Operation Highlight control lets you control the DVD You can set up some items in the DVD-VIDEO menu by touching the menu key directly on disc menu. the screen. Touch illustrated area during playback. Touch [Highlight] in the Menu Control screen. Touch desired item on the screen. Menu Control screen appears. Perform desired operation as follows.
  • Page 29: Zoom Control For Dvd And Vcd

    Return to the Top page DVD, VCD DVD play mode setting Zoom Control For DVD And VCD You can select DVD play mode. You can enlarge Playback screen for DVD and VCD. Touch [Next] in the Menu Control screen. For VCD, touch illustrated area during playback. Menu Control 2 screen appears. Zoom Control screen appears. Touch the key which corresponds to desired setting item.
  • Page 30 Return to the Top page DVD, VCD * T his function may not be performed depending on the disc. NOTE • You cannot touch the menu keys directly on the screen when zooming.
  • Page 31: Dvd Setup

    Return to the Top page DVD, VCD Menu/Subtitle/Audio Language* DVD Setup See Language setup (P.31). You can set up the DVD playback functions. Dynamic Range Control* Sets the dynamic range. NOTE Wide: The dynamic range is wide. • Each operation in this section can be started from Normal: The dynamic range is normal. the Top Menu screen. For details, see Operating with the Top Menu Screen (P.19). Dialog (Default): M akes the total sound volume larger than other modes. This is effective only Touch [ ] in the control screen. when you are using Dolby Multi function menu appears.
  • Page 32: Language Setup

    Return to the Top page DVD, VCD Language setup Parental level This setting is for the language used in the Sets a parental level. You cannot setup this menu, subtitle, and voice. You cannot setup item during DVD playback. these items during DVD playback. Touch [SET] of [Parental Level]. Touch [SET] of the desired item; Parental Pass screen appears. [Menu Language], [Subtitle Language], Enter the parental code and touch [Audio Language].
  • Page 33: Disc Setup

    Return to the Top page DVD, VCD Disc setup Performs setup when using disc media. Touch [SET] of [DISC SETUP]. DISC SETUP screen appears. Select an option as follows. CD Read Sets the motion of this unit when a music CD is played. 1 (Default): Automatically recognizes and plays back an audio file disc, a DVD or a music CD. 2: Forcibly plays back a disc as a music CD. Select [2] if you wish to play a music CD having a special format or if you cannot play a disc in [1] position. On Screen DVD Sets an on-screen display. Auto: W hen updated, information appears for 5 seconds.
  • Page 34 Return to the Top page DVD, VCD...
  • Page 35: Cd/Audio And Visual Files/ Ipod Operation

    Return to the Top page CD, Disc, iPod, USB device, SD card D/Audio and Visual Files/iPod Operation Music/Video/Picture Basic Operation Most functions can be controlled from the source control screen and playback screen. NOTE • Set the remote controller mode switch to AUD mode before starting operation, see Switching the operation mode (P.103). • To connect iPod to this unit, optional accessory KCA-iP202 or KCA-iP102 is necessary. When iPod is connected using the KCA-iP202, you can listen to audio and watch video. When iPod is connected using the KCA-iP102, you can only listen to audio. When using the KCA-iP202 to connect your iPod, set “iPod AV Interface Use” or “AV-IN2 Interface” to “iPod”, in , or to “AV-IN2” when using KCA-iP102. Input Setup (P.88) See the following sections for each source operation. • Music CD (P.34) • USB device (P.36)
  • Page 36 Return to the Top page CD, Disc, iPod, USB device, SD card 3 Multi function key Touch to switch the multi function menu. For details on the menu, see Multi function menu (P.38). 4 Multi function menu Various functions can be performed by using keys in this area. For details on the menu, see Multi function menu (P.38). 5 Sub function key Touch to display “Sub function menu” (7 in this table). 6 Track information Displays the information of the current track. For music CD and disc media, you can switch the current track information and the current folder list by touching the list switching key (8 in this table). However, only "No Information" is displayed for music CD. 7 Sub function menu Various functions can be performed by using keys in this area. For details on the keys, see Sub function menu...
  • Page 37 Return to the Top page CD, Disc, iPod, USB device, SD card USB device, SD card, and iPod NOTE • SD card is for DNX7230DAB, DNX5230DAB and DNX5230BT only. • The screen shot below is for USB device. It may be different from the one for iPod. Simple Control screen List Control screen 1 Information display Displays the following information. • Current file name: E ach time you touch this area, display switches between file number/folder number and file name. • 3, ¡, etc.: C urrent play mode display The meanings of each icon are as follows; 3 (play, searching), 8 (pause), ¡ (forward manual search), 1 (reverse manual search).
  • Page 38 Return to the Top page CD, Disc, iPod, USB device, SD card Picture/video screen 9 Searching file area (picture/video file only) • Touch to search the next/previous file. • During slide show in USB mode, touching each area searches the next/previous music file. • Scrolling from center of display to left or right performs fast backward or fast forward. To stop fast backward/forward, touch center of the display. This function is not available when there is no music file in the current folder. 10 Key display area (picture/video file only) Touch to display the last control screen.
  • Page 39 Return to the Top page CD, Disc, iPod, USB device, SD card Multi function menu Music CD Disc media iPod USB device and SD card The following functions can be performed by using keys in this area. ] (Disc media, iPod, USB device, and SD card only) Searches track/file. For details on search operation, see Search Operation (P.40). [4] [¢] Searches the previous/next track/file.
  • Page 40 Return to the Top page CD, Disc, iPod, USB device, SD card Sub function menu Music CD Disc media iPod USB device and SD card The following functions can be performed by using keys in this area. Repeats the current track/folder. Each time you touch the key, repeat mode switches in the following sequence; CD, iPod: "track repeat" , "repeat off" Disc media, USB device, SD card: "file repeat" , "folder repeat" , "repeat off" ] (USB device, iPod, and SD card only) Searches track from the album artwork list. For details on search operation, see Search from album artwork (P.43).
  • Page 41: Search Operation

    Return to the Top page CD, Disc, iPod, USB device, SD card Other search Search Operation When you want to narrow the list down, You can search music, video or picture files there are other search ways. by the following operations. This function is not available when music CD is the current source. NOTE • If you use a remote control, you can jump directly Touch [ ] in the control screen. to the desired track/file with entering the track/ The search type screen appears. folder/file number, play time, etc. For details, see Direct search mode (P.103).
  • Page 42 Return to the Top page CD, Disc, iPod, USB device, SD card Category search (USB device, iPod, and Link search (USB device, iPod, and SD SD card only) card only) Touch the desired category from the Touch the desired item from the left left part of the screen.
  • Page 43 Return to the Top page CD, Disc, iPod, USB device, SD card Folder search (USB device, disc media, Picture search (USB device and SD card and SD card only) only) Touch the desired folder. Touch the desired picture. Contents of the folder are displayed in the The selected picture appears in full screen.
  • Page 44 Return to the Top page CD, Disc, iPod, USB device, SD card Touch [ 3 ] on the selected artwork. Search from album artwork The first song in the album is played. (USB device, iPod, and SD card In addition, you can create your original only) playlist from this screen.
  • Page 45 Return to the Top page CD, Disc, iPod, USB device, SD card Favorite list Touch the desired artwork in the favorite list. You can create an original playlist of your favorite 10 albums by selecting album artworks. Touch and drag the desired album artwork in the lower line to the upper line. Selected album is played and the control screen appears.
  • Page 46: Movie Control

    Return to the Top page CD, Disc, iPod, USB device, SD card Movie Control You can adjust the movie playback from a disc media. In the playback screen, touch illustrated area. Movie Control screen appears. Perform desired operation as follows. Changes subtitle language Touch [Subtitle]. Changes audio language Touch [Audio]. Exits the menu Touch [Exit].
  • Page 47: Aha Operation

    Return to the Top page CD, Disc, iPod, USB device, SD card Aha Operation You can listen to the Aha on this unit by controlling the application installed in the iPhone or Android. To enter Aha mode, touch [aha] icon in the Top Menu screen. NOTE • Install the latest version of the Aha application on your iPhone or Android. (P.121) iPhone: Search for "Aha" in the Apple iTunes App Store to find and install the most current version. Android: Search for "Aha" in the Google play to find and install the most current version. see Registering the Bluetooth Unit (P.65). • For how to register the Bluetooth device (Android), Content List screen Text information screen 1 Content information Displays the content of the current station being played. 2 Sub function menu Various functions can be performed by using keys in this area. For details on the keys, see Sub function menu (P.47).
  • Page 48 Return to the Top page CD, Disc, iPod, USB device, SD card Multi function menu Sub function menu The following functions can be performed by The following functions can be performed by using keys in this area. using keys in this area. Searches the station. For details on searching, Sets the content backward 15 seconds. see Station list screen (P.48). [4] [¢] Sets the content forward 30 seconds. Searches the previous/next track. [38] Sets the received location information at Plays or pauses. the destination of navigation. See Navigate (P.49). Touching the key "dislikes" current content. Posts the location information to Facebook. Touching the key "likes" current content. Redelivers by Twitter.
  • Page 49 Return to the Top page CD, Disc, iPod, USB device, SD card Device select Station list screen You can display a Device select screen for You can perform the following functions device selection. from this screen. Touch [ ] in the control screen. The Device select screen appears. Selects the station Touch the station name in the list. Device selection NOTE Bluetooth: U ses the Android smartphone connected via Bluetooth for an Aha • You cannot select iPod as rear source when...
  • Page 50 Return to the Top page CD, Disc, iPod, USB device, SD card Navigate Sets the location information received from Aha at the destination of navigation. Touch [ ] in the control screen. Saves the location information. [Go!] Sets the location information at the destination and starts navigation.
  • Page 51: Usb/Sd/Ipod/Divx Setup

    Return to the Top page CD, Disc, iPod, USB device, SD card USB/SD setup USB/SD/iPod/DivX Setup You can perform setup when using USB/SD/ NOTE iPod/DivX. • The screen shot below is for USB device. However, the setting items of USB and SD setup are quite NOTE the same. • Each operation in this section can be started from the Top Menu screen. For details, see Operating with the Top Menu Screen (P.19). Set each item as follows. Touch [ ] in the control screen.
  • Page 52: Ipod Setup

    Return to the Top page CD, Disc, iPod, USB device, SD card iPod setup DivX(R) VOD Set each item as follows. Set each item as follows. AudioBook Speed DivX(R) Registration Code Sets the audio book playback speed. Select Checks the registration code. This code is from [Slow], [Normal] (default), and [Fast]. needed when making a disc which has DRM (Digital Rights Management). Wide Screen* DivX(R) Deactivation Sets Wide Screen. Set [ON] (default) or [OFF].
  • Page 53: Radio Operation

    Return to the Top page Radio adio Operation Radio Basic Operation Most functions can be controlled from the source control screen. NOTE • Set the remote controller mode switch to AUD mode before starting operation, see Switching the operation mode (P.103). Simple Control screen List Control screen 1 PS/Station name display Displays the PS name. 2 Information display/Control switching area Displays the following information. • [FM1] etc.: Band display • MHz/kHz: Frequency display • Preset #: Preset number Touch to switch between the Simple Control and List Control screen.
  • Page 54 Return to the Top page Radio 7 Sub function menu The following functions can be performed by using keys in this area. • Switches the band: Touch [AM] or [FM]. • Tunes in a station: T ouch [1] [¡]. The method of frequency switching can be changed. See Multi function menu (P.53). The bar in center (tuner only) shows the current frequency location. 8 List switching key Touch to switch between the preset list and the information list. In tuner mode, radio text plus will be displayed. Multi function menu The functions of each key are as follows. [P1] - [P6] Selects the preset station. Touch for 2 seconds to store the current station into the preset memory. Displays the list of preset stations or services. For details, see List select (P.57).
  • Page 55: Digital Radio Basic Operation

    Return to the Top page Radio Digital Radio Basic Operation (DNX7230DAB, DNX5230DAB, DNX4230DAB only) Most functions can be controlled from the source control screen. NOTE • Set the remote controller mode switch to AUD mode before starting operation, see Switching the operation mode (P.103). List Control screen Simple Control screen 1 Artwork area The picture data is displayed if available from current content. 2 Multi function key Touch to switch the multi function menu. For details on the menu, see Multi function menu (P.55). 3 Preset key/Multi function menu Recalls the memorized station or channel. When touched for 2 seconds, stores the current receiving station or channel in memory.
  • Page 56 Return to the Top page Radio 7 Signal Strength indication/Channel display Displays the received signal strength of the Digital Radio station. Displays the received channel number display. Multi function menu The functions of each key are as follows. Switches the preset number. [P1] - [P15] Selects the preset ensemble. Touch for 2 seconds to store the current ensemble into the preset memory. [TI] Sets the traffic information mode on. For details, see Traffic Information (P.58). [SEEK] Switches the seek mode in the following sequence; [AUTO1], [AUTO2], [MANUAL]. • AUTO1: Tunes in a ensemble with good reception automatically. • AUTO2: Tunes in ensemble in memory one after another. • MANUAL: S witches to the next ensemble manually. [PTY] Searches a program by setting program type. For details, see Search by program type (P.58). [ REAR Touch to mute the rear speaker.
  • Page 57: Memory Operation

    Return to the Top page Radio Manual memory Memory Operation You can store the current receiving station in Auto memory memory. Select a station you wish to store in You can store stations with good reception in memory. memory automatically. This function is for radio only. Touch [P#] (#:1-6, 1-15) in which you want to store the station for 2 seconds NOTE until a beep sounds.
  • Page 58: Selecting Operation

    Return to the Top page Radio List select Selecting Operation You can select an ensemble from a list of Preset select memorized ensembles or select a service from a list of all services received. You can list and select memorized station or Touch [ ] in the control screen. channel. The multi function menu appears. Selecting from the multi function menu Touch [ ] in the multi function menu. Touch the desired number from P1 to The list type screen appears.
  • Page 59: Traffic Information

    Return to the Top page Radio Search by program type Traffic Information You can tune to a station with a specific You can listen and watch the traffic program type when listening to FM/ Digital information automatically when a traffic Radio. bulletin starts. However, this feature requires a Radio Data Touch [ ] in the control screen. System and Digital Radio that includes the TI The multi function menu appears. information. Touch [PTY] in the multi function menu. Touch [ ] in the control screen.
  • Page 60: Replay (Digital Radio Only)

    Return to the Top page Radio Replay (Digital Radio only) You can replay last 30 minutes of current station. Touch [ ] in the sub function menu. [4] [¢] Forward/backward 15 seconds when touch it. [38] Plays or pauses. [1] [¡] Fast forward/fast backward when keep on touching. Replay time bar Display recorded capacity Change the Live mode NOTE • PTY Watch starts operating and Replay function cannot be used while receiving a program. • While replaying the current station, you can not store the station by Auto memory (P.56) and Manual memory...
  • Page 61: Tuner Setup

    Return to the Top page Radio Auto TP Seek Tuner Setup When traffic information station reception is poor, automatically searches for a station that You can set tuner related parameters. can be received better. Default is “ON”. Touch [ ] in the control screen. Language Select Multi function menu appears. Selects a display language for the PTY function. Touch [SETUP] in the multi function menu. SETUP Menu screen appears. Touch [Source].
  • Page 62: Digital Radio Setup

    Return to the Top page Radio PTY Watch Digital Radio Setup If the service of the set program type begins with the ensemble being received, switches You can set Digital Radio related parameters. from any source to Digital Radio for service Touch [ ] in the control screen. reception. Multi function menu appears. Announcement Select Switches to the set Announcement service. For Touch [SETUP] in the multi function details, see Announcement setup (P.62). menu. Seamless Band SETUP Menu screen appears.
  • Page 63 Return to the Top page Radio Announcement setup When the service for which ON is selected starts, switches from any source to Announcement to receive it. Touch [SET] of [Announcement Select] in the DAB SETUP screen. The Announcement Select screen appears. Touch each Announcement list and set on or off. NOTE • The volume setting during reception of Announcement service is automatically stored. The next time the Announcement service is received, this unit recalls the volume setting automatically.
  • Page 64 Return to the Top page Radio...
  • Page 65: Bluetooth Control

    Audio player: A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile) Bluetooth SETUP screen appears. NOTE See the following section for each setting. • For the cell-phones verified for compatibility, access the following URL: • Registering the Bluetooth Unit (P.65) http://www.kenwood.com/cs/ce/bt/. • Connecting the Bluetooth unit (P.65) • The units supporting the Bluetooth function have been certified for conformity with the Bluetooth Standard following the procedure prescribed by Bluetooth SIG. However, it may be impossible for such units to communicate with your cell-phone depending on its type.
  • Page 66: Bluetooth Operation

    Return to the Top page Bluetooth Operation Registering the Bluetooth Unit Connecting the Bluetooth unit Touch the device name you want to Touch [Search]. connect. Searched Device List screen appears. Profile select screen appears. NOTE NOTE • A new device cannot be registered if there are 5 • If the icon is lighted, it means that the unit will registered Bluetooth units. Delete unnecessary use that device.
  • Page 67: Playing Bluetooth Audio Device

    Return to the Top page Bluetooth Operation Playing Bluetooth Audio Device Bluetooth basic operation Simple Control screen List Control screen 1 Information display Displays the name of the track information. If the information is not available, device name is displayed. 2 Multi function key Touch to switch the multi function menu. 3 Multi function menu The functions of each key are as follows. • [4] [¢]: Searches the previous/next content.* • [3]: Plays.* • [8]: Pauses.* • [7]: Stops playback.* • [ AUDIO]:...
  • Page 68: Using Hands-Free Unit

    Return to the Top page Bluetooth Operation Select a dialing method. Using Hands-Free Unit You can use telephone function by connecting the Bluetooth telephone to this unit. Making a call Press the <TEL> button. See the following table for each method. Call by entering a phone number 1 T ouch [ 2 Enter a phone number with number keys.
  • Page 69: Receiving A Call

    Return to the Top page Bluetooth Operation Receiving a call *1 Y ou can sort the list to begin with touched character. Touch [ ] to answer a phone call or ] to reject an incoming call. • Characters with no corresponding name will not appear. • During search, a non-accent character such as “u” is searched for instead of an NOTE accent character such as “ü”. • While monitoring the camera view, this screen does not appear even if a call comes in. To display *2 Y ou can set the list to arrange in the order this screen, press the <TEL> button or return the of last name or first name. For details, see...
  • Page 70: Phone Number Preset

    Return to the Top page Bluetooth Operation Operations during a call Phone number preset Adjust the receiver volume You can register frequently used phone numbers to this unit. Press the <∞> or <5> button. Enter the number you want to register in Hands Free screen. Press the <∞> or <5> button. Touch [Preset 1], [Preset 2], or [Preset 3] for 2 seconds in the Hands Free screen.
  • Page 71 Return to the Top page Bluetooth Operation Reading SMS (Short Message Creating an SMS (Short Service) Message Message Service) Touch [ ] (received SMS message) or Touch [ ], [ ], [ ], [ ], [ ] (sent SMS message) in the Hands or [ ] in the Hands Free screen.
  • Page 72 Return to the Top page Bluetooth Operation Enter a message using keys and touch Using templates [SET]. You can create a message easily by selecting the desired sentence from the template list. Touch [SMS] in the Hands Free screen. SMS Create Menu screen appears. Touch [Template]. Moves the cursor Use [2] [3]. Switches the keyboard layout Use [5] [∞]. The layout changes in the following sequence; Alphabet, numbers, local Template list screen appears.
  • Page 73: Smartphone Link

    Return to the Top page Bluetooth Operation Voice Recognition Smartphone Link You can access the voice recognition function You can receive Garmin’s traffic information of the cell-phone connected to this unit. and weather forecast by connecting You can search the cell-phone phonebook your Android smartphone in which the by voice. (The functionality depends on the Smartphone Link application is installed to cell-phone.) this unit. Press the <TEL> button for 1second. Press the <NAV> button. Press for 1 second Press for 1 second Navigation screen appears. Touch [Apps] on the Main Menu screen and then an icon of your desired content For details, see Navigation system manual.
  • Page 74 Return to the Top page Bluetooth Operation...
  • Page 75: Hands-Free Setup

    Return to the Top page Bluetooth Operation Set each item as follows. Hands-Free Setup You can perform various setup about handsfree function. Touch [Menu] on any screen. Touch [SETUP]. SETUP Menu screen appears. Touch [Bluetooth]. Bluetooth SET-UP screen appears. Touch [TEL SET-UP] in the Bluetooth SET-UP screen. Bluetooth HF/Audio Select the speakers to output the sound from cell-phone (such as phone call voice and...
  • Page 76 Return to the Top page Bluetooth Operation Phone Information Use Sets whether to use phonebook, outgoing, incoming and missed calls list. ON (Default): Yes. OFF: No. SMS Use Select whether to use SMS. ON (Default): Uses SMS. OFF: Not uses SMS. Sort Order Sets how to arrange the cell-phone phonebook. First: Arranges in the order of first name. Last (Default): A rranges in the order of last name. Echo Cancel Level Adjusts the level of echo cancellation. Default is “0”. Microphone Level Adjusts the sensitivity of the telephone microphone. Default is “15”. Noise Reduction Level Reduces the noises generated by surrounding environment without changing the...
  • Page 77: Setting Up

    Return to the Top page Setting Up etting Up Bright / Tint* / Color* / Contrast / Black / Monitor Screen Setup Sharpness* You can adjust image quality in iPod video, Adjusts each item. picture file, menu screen, etc. Dimmer Touch the lower left area of any screen Select dimmer mode. for at least 1 second. ON: The display and buttons dim.
  • Page 78: View Camera Control

    Return to the Top page Setting Up System Setup View Camera Control You can set up display when a CMOS-300 NOTE Series view camera is used. • Each operation in this section can be started from Press the <AUD> button for 1second. the multi function menu. Touch [Menu] on any screen. TOP Menu screen appears. Touch [SETUP]. Touch [System]. Camera view screen appears. Adjust each item as follows.
  • Page 79: User Interface

    R-CAM: S witches to the rear view camera video display. Animation Sets whether to display animation. Default is “ON”. Secondary Sets whether to display the navigation information in the audio screen or vice versa. Default is “ON”. Beep Vehicle Information Turns the key touch tone on or off. Default is “ON”. Displays the vehicle information. This function requires a commercial adaptor. Remote Sensor Consult your Kenwood dealer for details. Selects a remote control signal. Default is “ON”. Language Select the language used for the control screen and setting items. See Language setup (P.79). Text Scroll Allows scrolling of text display on the source control screen. Select from “Auto”/”Once”/”OFF”. Auto (Default): S crolls the text automatically. Once: A llows you to scroll the text only once automatically when updated. OFF: Does not scroll the text automatically. Drawer Close Sets whether to close the common menu (P.20)
  • Page 80: Touch Panel Adjustment

    Return to the Top page Setting Up Touch panel adjustment Language setup Touch [SET] of [Language] in the User Interface screen. Touch [Touch] in the System Menu screen. Language Setting screen appears. Touch Panel Adjustment screen appears. Set each item as follows. Follow the instruction on the screen and touch the center of each Select Mode...
  • Page 81: Security Setup

    Return to the Top page Setting Up Security setup NOTE • If you enter a different security code, the screen You can set up a security code to protect returns to step 4 (for the first code entry). your receiver system against theft. • If you have pressed <Reset> button or if you have disconnected the Receiver from battery, NOTE enter the correct security code as that you have • When the Security Code function is activated, the entered in step 4 and touch [Enter]. You can use code cannot be changed and the function cannot your receiver. be released. Note the Security Code can be set as the 4 digit number of your choice. Touch [Security] in the System Menu screen. Security screen appears. Touch [ON] of [SI]. NOTE • If “SI” is turned on, the SI indicator on the sub panel flashes when the vehicle ignition is off...
  • Page 82: Setup Memory

    Return to the Top page Setting Up Setup memory Follow the instruction on the screen. Audio Control, AV-IN SETUP, Camera, and Audio SETUP settings can be memorized. The memorized settings can be recalled at any time. For example, even when the settings are cleared due to replacement of the battery, the settings can be restored. Touch [SETUP Memory] in the System Menu screen. SETUP Memory screen appears. Follow the instruction on the screen. Recall Recalls the memorized settings.
  • Page 83: Display Setup

    Return to the Top page Setting Up Monitor angle control Display Setup You can adjust the position of the monitor. Touch [Menu] on any screen. Touch [Angle] in the Display Menu Touch [SETUP]. screen. SETUP Menu screen appears. Angle setup screen appears. Touch [Display]. Select a below number that represents your desired angle setting.
  • Page 84: Panel Color Coordinate

    Return to the Top page Setting Up Panel color coordinate Registering original color You can register your original color. You can set the screen and button Touch [Adjust] in the Panel Color illumination color. Coordinate screen. The selectable items differ depending on the Panel Color RGB Coordinate screen unit. appears. Touch [Color] in the Display Menu Use [2] and [3] to adjust each color screen.
  • Page 85: Changing Background Image

    Return to the Top page Setting Up Changing background image Touch [Enter]. You can load an image from the connected USB device and set it for the background image. Before operating this procedure, it is necessary to connect the device which has the image to load. Touch [Background] in the Display Menu screen. Background screen appears. The selected image is loaded and the Touch [STANDBY]. display returns to the Background screen. NOTE • Touching [ ] rotates counter clockwise.
  • Page 86: Navigation Setup

    Return to the Top page Setting Up NAV Interrupt Speaker Navigation Setup Selects speakers used for voice guidance of the You can set navigation parameters. navigation system. Front L: U ses the front left side speaker for Touch [Menu] on any screen. voice guidance. Touch [SETUP]. Front R: U ses the front right side speaker for SETUP Menu screen appears. voice guidance. Front All (Default): U ses both front speakers Touch [Navigation].
  • Page 87: Camera Setup

    Return to the Top page Setting Up Rear Camera* Camera Setup Selects the type of rear camera to use. You can set camera parameters. CMOS-3xx: W hen the CMOS-300 series with ID 1 set is connected. Touch [Menu] on any screen. Other (Default): W hen the other camera is Touch [SETUP]. connected. SETUP Menu screen appears. R-CAM Interruption Touch [Camera]. Sets a method for switching the display. Setting values are ON and OFF.*5 ON: S witches to the rear view camera video display when shifting to reverse or pressing the <AUD>...
  • Page 88: Software Information

    Return to the Top page Setting Up However when you select the rear view Software Information camera after power on the unit, only the video of the rear view camera is available for Check the software version of this unit. some ten seconds. Touch [Menu] on any screen. And when you are using Bluetooth hands- free phone, the audio remains Bluetooth Touch [SETUP]. hands-free phone. SETUP Menu screen appears. Touch [Software]. Software Information screen appears. Confirm the software version. Touch [Update] as necessary. NOTE • For how to update the software, see the relevant update procedure manual which comes with the...
  • Page 89: Av Input Setup

    Return to the Top page Setting Up iPod AV Interface Use/ AV-IN2 Interface* AV Input Setup Sets the terminal which iPod is connected. You can set AV input parameters. Setting values are iPod and AV-IN2. iPod (Default): S et this when an iPod is Touch [Menu] on any screen. connected using KCA-iP202 Touch [SETUP]. connector. You can listen to audio or watch video in your SETUP Menu screen appears. iPod as iPod source. Touch [Source]. AV-IN2: S et this when an iPod is connected using KCA-iP102 connector.You can listen to audio in your iPod as iPod source. You can also listen to audio or...
  • Page 90: Av Output Interface Setup

    Return to the Top page Setting Up AV Output Interface Setup You can select an AV source to be output at the AV OUTPUT port. Default is “VIDEO1”. Touch [Menu] on any screen. Touch [SETUP]. SETUP Menu screen appears. Touch [AV-OUT]. AV-OUT Interface screen appears. Touch [2] or [3] to set [AV-OUT] to VIDEO, DISC, iPod, Navigaton, or OFF.
  • Page 91: Controlling Audio

    Return to the Top page Controlling Audio ontrolling Audio Setting Audio NOTE • Each operation in this section can be started from the multi function menu. Touch [Audio SETUP]. You can adjust the various settings such as audio balance or subwoofer level. Touch [Menu] on any screen. Touch [Audio]. Audio screen appears. See the following section for each setting. • Setting audio (P.90) • Controlling audio (P.94)
  • Page 92: Speaker Setup

    Return to the Top page Controlling Audio Speaker setup Front You can select a speaker type and its size to OEM, 8 cm, 10 cm, 12 cm, 13 cm, 16 cm, 17 cm, get the best sound effects. 18 cm, 4x6, 5x7, 6x8, 6x9, 7x10 When the speaker type and size are set, Rear the speaker crossover network is set automatically. None, OEM, 8 cm, 10 cm, 12 cm, 13 cm, 16 cm, 17 cm, 18 cm, 4x6, 5x7, 6x8, 6x9, 7x10 Touch [Speaker Select] in the Audio Subwoofer SETUP screen. None, 16 cm, 20 cm, 25 cm, 30 cm, 38 cm over Speaker Select screen appears. NOTE • Select “None” if you have no speakers. Front, Rear, Subwoofer Standard, Wide, Middle, Narrow Touch the speaker you wish to adjust and set each item as follows.
  • Page 93: Crossover Network Setup

    Return to the Top page Controlling Audio Car type setup Crossover network setup You can set a crossover frequency of speakers. You can setup the car type and speaker network, etc. Touch the speaker to set the crossover Touch [Car Type] in the Audio SETUP in the Speaker Select screen. screen. Touch [X’over]. Car Type screen appears. X’over screen appears.
  • Page 94 Return to the Top page Controlling Audio DSP select Speaker location setup In the Car Type screen, touch [Location]. You can select whether using DSP (Digital Speaker Location screen appears. Signal Processor) System. Select the speaker locations using [3]. Touch [Bypass] or [Through] of [DSP Select] in the Audio SETUP screen. Front Speaker Select the location from “Door”/ “On Dash”/ Bypass...
  • Page 95: Controlling General Audio

    Return to the Top page Controlling Audio Subwoofer Level Controlling General Audio Adjusts the subwoofer volume. This setting is not available when subwoofer is set to “None”. Touch [Audio Control]. See Speaker setup (P.91). Bass Boost Sets the amount of bass boost among “OFF”/ “Level1”/ “Level2”/ “Level3”. Loudness Turns the loudness control function on or off. If turned on, high and low tones are automatically enhanced during low volume. Settable only when zone function (P.97) is set to off. * I f you have increased the volume first, then reduced the volume using the “Volume Offset”, the sound generated if you suddenly switch to another source may be extremely loud. Set each item as follows. Fader #/Balance # Adjust the volume balance around the touched area.
  • Page 96: Equalizer Control

    Return to the Top page Controlling Audio Controlling equalizer manually Equalizer Control This setting cannot be performed when you select [iPod] in the Equalizer screen. You can adjust equalizer by selecting the optimized setting for each category. Touch [EQ] in the Equalizer screen. If you use , you can also adjust Touch the screen and set the Graphic equalizer manually. Equalizer as desired. Touch [Equalizer]. Gain level (light green boxed area) Adjust the gain level by touching the each frequency bar.
  • Page 97 Return to the Top page Controlling Audio Operation Controlling equalizer manually Touch [Tone] in the Equalizer screen. Controlling EQ curves Set each item as follows. Select EQ curve from [Natural], [Rock], [Pops], [Easy], [Top40], [Jazz], and [User] using [2] and [3]. FREQ Adjusts the center frequency for each range.
  • Page 98: Zone Control

    Return to the Top page Controlling Audio [3] (Front Source, Rear Source) Zone Control Select the audio source for each. You can select different sources for both [∞], [5] (Rear VOL.) front and rear positions in the vehicle. Adjusts the rear channel volume. Touch [Zone Control]. [Single Zone] Touch to turn off the dual zone function. NOTE • When the rear speaker sound is switched, the audio source that is output at the AV OUTPUT terminal is also switched to the same source. • When the dual zone function is set to on, the following functions are not available. • Output from the subwoofer • Subwoofer Level/Bass Boost (P.94) • Equalizer Control/Space Enhancer /Listening Position...
  • Page 99: Sound Effect

    Return to the Top page Controlling Audio Space Enhancer Sound Effect You can set sound effects. Touch [Space Enhancer] in the Sound Effect screen. Touch [Sound Effect]. Space Enhancer screen appears. Sound Effect screen appears. Touch [Small], [Large], or [OFF]. Each setting value indicates the soundscape level.
  • Page 100 Return to the Top page Controlling Audio Highway sound setting Elevation You can boost a certain range of sound that You can raise the sound position heard from becomes hard to hear due to road noise. the speakers virtually. Touch [Highway Sound] in the Sound Touch [Elevation] in the Sound Effect Effect screen. screen. Highway Sound screen appears. Elevation screen appears. Select the boost level from among Select Elevation level from [High], [High], [Low], and [OFF].
  • Page 101: Listening Position

    Return to the Top page Controlling Audio Realizer and Supreme Listening Position You can restore the sound lost due to audio You can adjust the sound effects according compression to a realistic sound. to your listening position. Touch the screen in the Sound Effect Touch [Position]. screen. Position screen appears. Realizer Select listening position from [Front R] Realizer is sound enhancement and boosting (Right front), [Front L] (Left front), low frequencies (bass boost).
  • Page 102 Return to the Top page Controlling Audio Position DTA control NOTE • Make fine adjustment of the delay time of the You can fine-adjust your listening position. speaker output specified here to have a more suitable environment for your vehicle. In Position screen, touch [Adjust]. • If you specify the distance from the center of the Select the speaker you wish to adjust currently set listening position to every speaker, by touching speaker icon. the delay time will be automatically computed and set. 1 D etermine the center of the currently set listening position as the reference point.
  • Page 103: Remote Control

    Return to the Top page Remote Controller Operation emote control This unit can be operated using the remote control. The remote control is the optional accessory (KNA-RCDV331). 2CAUTION • Put the remote control in a place where it will not move during braking or other operations. A dangerous situation could result, if the remote control falls down and gets wedged under the pedals while driving.
  • Page 104: Functions Of The Remote Control Buttons

    Return to the Top page Remote Controller Operation Functions of the Remote control Buttons Switching the operation mode Direct search mode The functions operated from the remote Using the remote control, you can jump control differ depending on the position of directly to the desired file, track chapter, etc. the mode switch. with entering the number corresponding to the content. • NOTE • • This operation cannot be performed for USB • device and iPod. • Press the <#BS> button several times until the desired content appears.
  • Page 105 Return to the Top page Remote Controller Operation Location of Function Name the mode switch − Switches to the source to be played. In hands-free mode, hangs up the phone. − Switches between the navigation and the source screens. MENU Stops playing and memorizes the last point where the disc stopped. The last point is deleted by pressing twice. Displays Main menu. OUT, IN Zooms in or out the navigation map. POSITION AUD, DVD Pauses the track or file, and resumes playing by pressing twice. During radio source in AUD mode, switches the seek mode. Displays the current position. Cursor Key DVD Moves the cursor in the DVD menu. Moves the cursor or scrolls the map. ENTER AUD, DVD Performs the selected function. • Registers the selected position. • Performs the selected function. ROUTE M Screen mode changes each time you press this key during video playback.
  • Page 106 Return to the Top page Remote Controller Operation Location of Function Name the mode switch VOICE Switches navigation display on/off. Displays the DVD menu. Turns the playback control on or off while playing VCD. Speaks the voice guidance. 10 VIEW AUD, DVD Switches the AV source to be output. Switches between 2D and 3D map displays. 11 MAP DIR AUD, DVD Switches the display angle each time it is pressed. Switches between the heading up navigation and north up navigation map displays. 12 5/∞ AUD, DVD Selects the folder to be played. During radio source in AUD mode, switches the bands to be received. 13 2/3 AUD, DVD Selects the track or file to be played.
  • Page 107: Troubleshooting

    Return to the Top page Troubleshooting roubleshooting Problems and Solutions If any trouble occurs, first check the following table for possible problems. • Some functions of this unit may be disabled by some settings made on this unit. • What might seem to be a malfunction in your unit may just be the result of slight misoperation or miswiring. About settings Problem Reason Solution • Cannot set up the subwoofer. Subwoofer is not set Set the subwoofer to on. • Cannot set up subwoofer phase. to on. See Speaker setup (P.91). • No output from the subwoofer. The dual zone function Set the dual zone function to off. • Cannot set up the low pass filter. is enabled. See Zone Control (P.97). • Cannot set up the high pass filter. • Cannot select the output The dual zone function Set the dual zone function to on.
  • Page 108: Error Messages

    Hot Error When the internal temperature of Use the unit again after reducing the this unit rises to 60°C or more, the temperature of the unit. protection circuit is activated and you may not be able to operate the unit. Mecha Error The disc player is malfunctioning. Eject the disc and try inserting it again. Contact the Kenwood dealer if this indicator continues blinking or the disc cannot be ejected. Disc Error An unplayable disc is inserted. Change the disc. See Playable Media and Files (P.110). Read Error The disc is quite dirty. Clean the disc. See Precautions on handling discs (P.4). Disc is upside down. Load the disc with the labeled side up. Region Code The disc you wanted to play has a See Region Codes in the World (P.115) or...
  • Page 109 Return to the Top page Troubleshooting Error Message Cause Solution USB Device The connected USB device is rated Check the USB device. Some trouble may have Error!! a current capacity higher than the occurred to the connected USB device. allowable limit. Change the source to any source other than USB. Remove the USB device. Authorization Connection to the iPod has failed. • Remove the iPod and then reconnect it. Error • The unit does not support the iPod. See Connectable iPod/iPhone (P.112). Update your The iPod’s software is an older The unit may not support the connected iPod iPod version which the unit can not model. support. Confirm that the software for the iPod is the latest version. See Connectable iPod/iPhone (P.112). Navigation The communication error has Turn on power again after warming your car Error. Please...
  • Page 110: Resetting The Unit

    Return to the Top page Troubleshooting Resetting the Unit If the unit or the connected unit fails to operate properly, reset the unit. Press the <Reset> button. The unit returns to factory settings. NOTE • Disconnect the USB device before pressing the <Reset> button. Pressing the <Reset> button with the USB device connected can damage the data stored in the USB device. For how to disconnect the USB device, see How to Play Media (P.15). • When the unit is turned on after resetting, the Initial SETUP screen appears. See Initial setup (P.13).
  • Page 111: Appendix

    Return to the Top page Appendix ppendix Playable Media and Files You can play various kinds of media and files on this unit. List of playable discs Disc types Standard Support Remark ‡ DVD Video DVD Audio × DVD-VR × ‡ DVD-R* • MP3/WMA/AAC/MPEG1/MPEG2/DivX playback • Multi-border/Multisession playback (Playback depends on authoring conditions) ‡ DVD-RW ‡ DVD+R ‡ DVD+RW ‡ DVD-R DL (Dual layer) Only video format ‡...
  • Page 112 ● ■ Playing order of files • MP3 (.mp3) In the example of folder/file tree shown below, the files • WMA (.wma) are played in the order from ! to P. • Linear PCM (WAVE) (.wav) *Mass-storage-class USB device only : Folder Root ¡ : Audio file ¡! NOTE • If music of normal CD and other playback systems are recorded in the same disc, only the playback ¡" system recorded at the first setout is played. • WMA and AAC of which is covered with DRM ¡# cannot be played. ¡$ • Although the audio files are complied with the standards listed above, the play may be ¡% impossible depending on the types or conditions of media or device. ¡P • An online manual about audio files is put on the site, www.kenwood.com/cs/ce/audiofile/. On this online manual, detailed information and notes which are not written in this manual are provided. Make sure to read through the online manual as well.
  • Page 113 • iPhone 4S CA-U1EX (option) is recommended. (However, • iPhone 4 maximum supply current of CA-U1EX is 500mA.) • iPhone 3GS Normal playback is not guaranteed when a cable • iPhone 3G other than the USB compatible cable is used. • iPhone Usable SD card NOTE micro SD card • For the conformity information on iPod/iPhone software, The unit is capable of playback of SD/ access www.kenwood.com/cs/ce/ipod/. SDHC memory cards or microSD/ • By connecting your iPod/iPhone to this unit with microSDHC memory cards complying an optional accessory iPod connection cable with the SD or SDHC standard. (KCA-iP202 or KCA-iP102), you can supply power A special adapter is required to use a miniSD to your iPod/iPhone as well as charge it while playing music. However, the power of this unit card, miniSDHC card, microSD card or must be on. microSDHC card.
  • Page 114: Status Bar Indicator Items

    Return to the Top page Appendix Status Bar Indicator Items Shown below is a list of indicators displayed on the status bar in the screen. Current status of this unit is displayed on the bar. Status bar ● ■ General C-REP The chapter repeat function is on. T-REP The attenuator is active. The title repeat function is on. DUAL The dual zone function is on. ● ■ VCD Indicates the connection state of the Bluetooth 1chLL/2chLL hands-free unit. Identifies the left audio output of channel 1 • White: Connected or 2. • Orange: Not connected 1chLR/2chLR LOUD Identifies the monaural audio output of The loudness control function is on. channel 1 or 2. MUTE 1chRR/2chRR The mute function is active.
  • Page 115 Return to the Top page Appendix VER1 The VCD version is 1. Receiving service is displayed. VER2 • White: Primary Component is received. • Orange: Secondary Component is received. The VCD version is 2. The repeat function is on. ● ■ Tuner AUTO1 ● ■ USB Seek mode is set to AUTO1. FO-REP AUTO2 The folder repeat function is on. Seek mode is set to AUTO2. VIDEO MONO Identifies the video file. The forced monaural function is on. MUSIC Identifies the music file. PICTURE The AF search function is on. Identifies the picture file. The Radio Data System station is sending EON. The random function is on. Lo.S The Local Seek function is on. The repeat function is on. PLST NEWS The play list mode is selected now.
  • Page 116: Region Codes In The World

    Return to the Top page Appendix Region Codes in the World The DVD players are given a region code according to the country or area it is marketed, as shown in the following map. ● ■ DVD disc marks ● ■ Operation regulatory marks With this DVD, some functions of this unit such as the play function may be restricted depending on the location where the DVD is playing. In this case, the Indicates a region number. The discs with this mark can following marks will appear on the screen. For more be played with any DVD player. information, refer to the disc manual. Prohibition Mark Indicates the number of audio languages recorded. Up to 8 languages can be recorded in a movie. You can select a favorite language. ● ■ Discs with limited period of use Do not leave discs with a limited period of use in this unit. If you load an already expired disc, you may not be Indicates the number of subtitled languages recorded.
  • Page 117: Dvd Language Codes

    Return to the Top page Appendix DVD Language Codes Code Language Code Language Code Language Afar Interlingua Kirundi Abkhazian Interlingue Romanian Afrikaans Inupiak Russian Amharic Indonesian Kinyarwanda Arabic Icelandic Sanskrit Assamese Italian Sindhi Aymara Japanese Sangho Azerbaijani Javanese Serbo-Croatian Bashkir Georgian Singhalese Byelorussian...
  • Page 118: Specifications

    Return to the Top page Appendix ● ■ USB interface section Specifications USB Standard ● ■ Monitor section : USB 2.0 High speed File System Picture Size : FAT 16/ 32 DNX7230DAB : 6.95 inches (diagonal) wide Maximum Power Supply Current : 156.6 mm (W) x 81.6 mm (H) : DC 5 V 1 A DNX5230DAB, DNX5230BT, DNX4230DAB, DNX4230BT, D/A Converter DNX4230TR : 24 Bit : 6.1 inches (diagonal) wide Audio Decoder :136.2 mm (W) x 72.0 mm (H) : MP3/ WMA/ AAC/ WAV...
  • Page 119 Return to the Top page Appendix ● ■ Bluetooth section ● ■ FM tuner section Technology Frequency Range (step) : Bluetooth Ver.2.1+EDR Certified : 87.5 MHz – 108.0 MHz (50 kHz) Frequency Usable Sensitivity (S/N : 26 dB) : 2.402 – 2.480 GHz : 0.63 μV/75 Ω Output Power Quieting Sensitivity (S/N : 46 dB) : +4dBm (MAX), 0dBm (AVE), Power Class2 : 15.2 dBf (1.6 μV/75 Ω) Service Area Frequency Response (±...
  • Page 120 Return to the Top page Appendix ● ■ Video section ● ■ Navigation section Color System of External Video Input Receiver : NTSC/PAL : High-sensitivity GPS receiver External Video Input Level (RCA/mini jack) Reception Frequency : 1 Vp-p/ 75 Ω : 1575.42 MHz (C/A code) External Audio Max Input Level (RCA/mini jack) Acquisition Times : 2 V/ 25 kΩ...
  • Page 121: About This Unit

    Return to the Top page Appendix • ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: DivX® is a digital video format About this Unit created by DivX, LLC, a subsidiary of Rovi Corporation. This is an official DivX Certified® device that plays ● ■ Copyrights DivX video. Visit divx.com for more information and software tools to convert your files into DivX videos. • The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks • ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND: This DivX Certified® by JVC KENWOOD Corporation is under license. device must be registered in order to play purchased Other trademarks and trade names are those of their DivX Video-on-Demand (VOD) movies. To obtain your respective owners. registration code, locate the DivX VOD section in your device setup menu. Go to vod.divx.com for more • The “AAC” logo is a trademark of Dolby Laboratories. information on how to complete your registration. • “Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone” mean that an • DivX®, DivX Certified® and associated logos are electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod or iPhone, respectively, and has trademarks of Rovi Corporation or its subsidiaries and are used under license.
  • Page 122: Laser Product

    Return to the Top page Appendix • Requirements Aha™: ● ■ The marking of products using lasers Requirements for listening to the Aha™ are as follows: • Download the Aha application from the iTunes App CLASS 1 Store or Android Marketplace. LASER PRODUCT • In the application on your device, log in and create a free account with Aha. • Internet connection by 3G, EDGE, or WiFi. The label is attached to the chassis/case and says iPhone or iPod touch that the component uses laser beams that have been • Use an Apple iPhone or iPod touch running iOS4 classified as Class 1. It means that the unit is utilizing or later. laser beams that are of a weaker class. There is no • Search for “Aha” in the Apple iTunes App Store to danger of hazardous radiation outside the unit.
  • Page 123 Return to the Top page Appendix Declaration of Conformity with regard to the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC Declaration of Conformity with regard to the R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC Declaration of Conformity with regard to the RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU Manufacturer: JVC KENWOOD Corporation 3-12, Moriyacho, Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 221-0022, JAPAN EU Representative: JVCKENWOOD NEDERLAND B.V. Amsterdamseweg 37, 1422 AC UITHOORN, The Netherlands English...
  • Page 124 Return to the Top page Appendix Українська Компанія JVC KENWOOD заявляє, що цей виріб DNX7230DAB, DNX5230DAB, DNX5230BT, DNX4230DAB, DNX4230BT, DNX4230TR відповідає ключовим вимогам та іншим пов’язаним положенням Директиви 1999/5/EC. Türkçe Bu vesileyle JVC KENWOOD, DNX7230DAB, DNX5230DAB, DNX5230BT, DNX4230DAB, DNX4230BT, DNX4230TR ünitesinin, 1999/5/EC Direktifinin başlıca gereksinimleri ve diğer ilgili hükümleri ile uyumlu olduğunu beyan eder. Croatia Ovim putem tvrtka JVC KENWOOD izjavljuje da je ovaj uređaj DNX7230DAB, DNX5230DAB, DNX5230BT, DNX4230DAB, DNX4230BT, DNX4230TR sukladan osnovnim zahtjevima i drugim važnim odredbama Direktive 1999/5/EC.