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DVD RECEIVER WITH MONITOR
RECEPTOR DVD CON MONITOR
RECEPTEUR DVD ET MONITEUR
KD-AV7000
• This unit is equipped with the display demonstration. To cancel it, see page 14.
• Esta unidad está equipada con demostración en la pantalla. Para cancelarla, consulte la página 14.
• Cet appareil est équipé d'une fonction de démonstration des affichages. Pour l'annuler, référez-
vous à la page 14.
For installation and connections, refer to the separate manual.
Para la instalación y las conexiones, refiérase al manual separado.
Pour l'installation et les raccordements, se référer au manuel séparé.
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MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
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  • Page 1

    RECEPTOR DVD CON MONITOR RECEPTEUR DVD ET MONITEUR KD-AV7000 • This unit is equipped with the display demonstration. To cancel it, see page 14. • Esta unidad está equipada con demostración en la pantalla. Para cancelarla, consulte la página 14.

  • Page 2: How To Reset Your Unit

    • Stop the car before performing any complicated operations. Thank you for purchasing a JVC product. IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS 1. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT 2. CAUTION: Do not open the top cover.

  • Page 3

    WARNINGS • DO NOT install any unit in locations where; – it may obstruct the steering wheel and gearshift lever operations, as this may result in a traffic accident. – it may obstruct the operation of safety devices such as air bags, as this may result in a fatal accident.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents How to reset your unit ... 2 Important! (How to read this manual) ... 3 Introduction—Playable Discs ... 5 Quick Guide—How to Use the Controls ... 6 Remote controller ... 6 Main unit (front) ... 8 Preparation (Remote Controller—RM-RK220) ... 9 Operation Methods ...

  • Page 5: Introduction-playable Discs

    Introduction—Playable Discs Discs you can play You can play back the following discs on this unit: • DVD Video: whose video format is NTSC and whose region code is “1.” –DVD-Rs and DVD-RWs recorded in the DVD-Video format can also be played (see page 69).

  • Page 6: Quick Guide-how To Use The Controls

    Quick Guide—How to Use the Controls Remote controller ASPECT MENU SET UP DISC TUNER 11 / 0 VOLUME *1 When using Dual Mode, the remote controller operates either main or sub source depending on the MAIN/SUB setting. *2 Only for MP3 *3 While playing a DVD, chapter is selected;...

  • Page 7

    Tuner operations Buttons To do: Select the band. TUNER Start Auto Search. Start Manual Search. Change preset numbers. Select preset numbers directly. Disc operations Buttons To do: Play. Pause. Stop. Select chapters/tracks. Search. Selects folders. * then Select tracks. * then Search.

  • Page 8: Main Unit (front)

    Main unit (front) General operations Buttons To do: Turn on the main unit. Turn off the main unit. Attenuate sounds. Change the sources. Adjust the volume. Change the display information. Detach the control panel. Tuner operations Buttons To do: Select the band. Start Auto Search.

  • Page 9: Preparation (remote Controller-rm-rk220)

    Preparation (Remote Controller—RM-RK220) (back side) With the + side facing upwards Lithium coin battery (CR2025) CAUTION: DO NOT leave the remote controller in a place (such as dashboards) exposed to direct sunlight for a long time. Otherwise, it may be damaged. WARNINGS on the battery: •...

  • Page 10: Operation Methods

    Operation Methods You can operate this unit using three types of operation methods. • This instruction manual explains the operations mainly using the Touch Panel Icons shown on the monitor. • Using the Touch Panel Icons directly (See “BLIND CONTROL” on page 46.) Press the Touch Panel Icons with your finger directly (if you wear a glove, take it off).

  • Page 11

    • Using the Graphic User Interface (GUI) from the remote controller You can use the Graphic User Interface in the same way as you touch the panel icons. Examples: SET UP Display GUI on the monitor (the cursor—yellow frame— appears around the currently selected icon).

  • Page 12: Basic Operations

    Basic Operations CAUTION on the monitor : Do not open or close the monitor by hand. Do not apply any force to the monitor while it is moving. Such a behavior may damage the monitor loading mechanism. For turning on the power, use the buttons on the main unit and the remote controller.

  • Page 13: Setting The Clock

    Setting the clock You can also set the clock system to 24 hours or 12 hours. While playing any source... • If the touch panel icons are not shown on the monitor, touch the center portion of the monitor screen. Set the clock time.

  • Page 14: Changing The Source

    Changing the source While playing any source... The current source is highlighted. Newly selected source operation screen appears. Other icons Reference pages See page 33. See page 33. See pages 43 – 52. Returns to the previous screen. Changing the graphic screen You can select one of eight graphics in the picture view window.

  • Page 15: Displaying The Level Meter

    Displaying the level meter You can display the level meter on the graphic screen, by selecting from four preset patterns. • While viewing the playback picture or display demonstration, you cannot show the level meter. While playing any source... Ex. While listening to FM broadcast.

  • Page 16: Radio Operations

    Radio Operations Volume level appears when adjusted. Dual Mode indicator (see page 33) SOURCE icon (see pages 14 and 33) Current band/Preset no. Station frequency FM reception mode Search mode Sound mode (see page 39) Surround/DSP mode (see page 36) Available only after pressing “M”...

  • Page 17: Listening To The Radio

    Listening to the Radio • To tune in to a station using Preset Search, first store your favorite stations into memory (6 stations for each band: see page 18). Select the Tuner then Select the band (FM/AM) This receiver has three FM bands (FM1, FM2, FM3).

  • Page 18: Storing Stations In Memory

    Storing stations in memory You can preset 6 stations for each band. FM station automatic presetting—SSM (Strong-station Sequential Memory) • This functions only for FM bands. Select the FM band (FM1 – FM3) you want to store FM stations into. Start SSM.

  • Page 19: Displaying The Preset List

    To tune in to a preset station • See also “Listening to the Radio” on page 17. Displaying the preset list You can store and select the preset stations using the preset list on the monitor screen. To select a preset station using the preset list •...

  • Page 20: Dvd/vcd Operations

    DVD/VCD Operations Input signal channels are indicated a few second after detected. (See page 69.) While playing Before playing Available only while playing. Not available while playing with PBC activated. Not available while playing with PBC activated, but available while not playing. Dual Mode indicator (see page 33) SOURCE icon (see pages 14 and 33) PBC indicator (for VCD;...

  • Page 21: Cd/mp3 Operations

    CD/MP3 Operations CD/CD Text Dual Mode indicator (see page 33) SOURCE icon (see pages 14 and 33) Current track no. (for CD) Current folder/track no. (for MP3) Play time information (see page 30) Audio signal format (only for DTS CD) Playback mode (see page 30) Sound mode (see page 39) Surround/DSP mode (see page 36)

  • Page 22: Basic Disc Operations

    Basic Disc Operations Before performing any operations, observe the following... • For DVD playback, change the Setup Menu setting (see page 43). • If “ ” appears on the monitor, the disc cannot accept the operation you have tried. – In some cases, “ ” is not display, but operations will not be accepted.

  • Page 23

    The following marks used in this manual indicate the playable discs. with/without PBC On-screen guide icons During play, the following guide icons may appear for a while on the monitor. • The following guide icons are displayed when “GUIDE” is set to “ON” (see page 48).

  • Page 24: Changing The Aspect Ratio

    Changing the aspect ratio You can change the aspect ratio of the playback pictures. • This function is only possible using the buttons on the main unit or on the remote controller. • Aspect ratio cannot be changed while the GUI operation mode is activated.

  • Page 25: Operating The Disc Menu

    Operating the disc menu Menu-driven playback is possible while playing back a DVD with menu-driven features or a VCD with the PlayBack Control (PBC) function. While playing a DVD: DVD discs generally have their own menus or title lists. A title list (TOP MENU) usually contains titles of movies and songs recorded.

  • Page 26: Replaying The Previous Scenes

    When using the number buttons on the remote controller • To select number 5, press 5. • To select number 10, press 10. • To select number 23, press +10, +10, then 3. To cancel the PBC playback You can cancel the menu-driven operations (PBC function) using the remote controller.

  • Page 27: Selecting Subtitles

    Selecting subtitles While playing a chapter containing subtitles in different languages, you can select the subtitle language to display on the monitor. • You can also select the subtitle language using SETUP menu (see page 44). Select a subtitle language you want. 1/3 ENGLISH 2/3 FRENCH 3/3 SPANISH...

  • Page 28: Selecting Multi-angle Views

    When playing VCD: STEREO LEFT • STEREO: To listen to normal stereo (left/ right) playback. • LEFT: To listen to the left audio channel. • RIGHT: To listen to the right audio channel. Selecting multi-angle views While playing a disc containing multi-angle views, you can view the same scene at different angles.

  • Page 29: Locating A Folder/track Using The List

    Locating a folder/track using the list To locate a folder by displaying the folder list • This functions only for MP3. Select a folder you want. Current track name or ID3 Tag To locate a track by displaying the track list Select a track you want.

  • Page 30: Displaying The Disc Text Information

    Displaying the disc text information With Auto Scroll or Scroll selected, you can display the text and scroll it on the monitor if it is long and cannot be displayed at a time. (For CD) Scroll • Scroll: Text on the information area scrolls once.

  • Page 31: Searching For Scenes Or Songs

    Random Play You can play back tracks at random. When playing VCD/CD: RANDOM PLAY DISC RANDOM PLAY OFF When playing MP3: RANDOM PLAY FOLDER RANDOM PLAY DISC RANDOM PLAY OFF RANDOM PLAY • DISC: Plays randomly all tracks on the disc.

  • Page 32

    Enter a number, then confirm. Ex. when playing DVD: Clear the entry. When using the number buttons on the remote controller • To select number 5, press 5. • To select number 10, press 10. • To select number 23, press +10, +10, then 3. You cannot select folder using the remote controller.

  • Page 33: Dual Mode Operations

    Dual Mode Operations You can play back two different sources as the main source (MAIN) and subsidiary source (SUB). You can listen to the main source through the speakers, while the subsidiary source through the monitor inserted into the cradle or the one connected to the AV OUTPUT jacks.

  • Page 34: Adjusting Av Output Volume

    Adjusting AV OUTPUT volume Select an appropriate volume level for the component connected to the AV OUTPUT jacks on the hideaway unit. • This functions without respect to the Dual Mode setting. Adjust the AV output volume. It does not appear for some sources. It will be shaded when not available.

  • Page 35: Surround Mode Operations

    Surround Mode Operations Activate and select the surround mode or DSP mode. Make adjustment if you want to. • If neither surround mode nor DSP mode is activated, you cannot make adjustment. When surround mode is activated: It does not appear for some sources. It will be shaded when not available.

  • Page 36: Introducing Surround/dsp Mode

    Introducing surround/DSP mode Surround modes Dolby Digital Dolby Digital is a digital signal compression method, developed by Dolby Laboratories, and enables multi-channel encoding and decoding (1ch up to 5.1ch). Dolby Digital 5.1 CH Dolby Digital 5.1 CH encoding method records and digitally compresses the left front channel, right front channel, center channel, left surround channel, right surround channel, and...

  • Page 37: Turning On And Off The Surround/dsp Mode

    Turning on and off the surround/ DSP mode You can use surround or Digital Signal Processor (DSP) mode while playing any source. However, when playing a multi-channel encoded disc, you cannot apply DSP mode to the playback sounds. • When “AUTO SURROUND” is set to “ON” (initial setting when shipped from factory), an appropriate surround mode is automatically selected without any setting operation (see...

  • Page 38

    Adjust the selected surround or DSP mode. When surround mode is activated: : Selected automatically when multi- channel DTS signal is detected (while playing a DVD or a DTS CD). No further adjustment is allowed. : Selected automatically when multi- channel Dolby Digital signal is detected (while playing a DVD).

  • Page 39: Sound Modes (ieq) Operations

    Sound Modes (iEQ) Operations The following operations are only possible for the main source when using Dual Mode. Select one of the preset sound (iEQ) modes (then make adjustment if you want to make your own sound mode). Select sound modes.

  • Page 40: Selecting Preset Sound Modes

    Selecting preset sound modes You can select a sound mode suitable to the music genre. Available sound modes: • HARD ROCK / R&B / POP / JAZZ / DANCE / COUNTRY / REGGAE / CLASSIC • USER1 / USER2 / USER3 •...

  • Page 41: Other Sound Adjustments

    Other Sound Adjustments Fader/Balance adjustments is only possible for the main source when using Dual Mode. Make adjustment as you like. To adjust the input level This setting is required for each source except FM. Once you have made an adjustment, the volume level will automatically changes by adjusted level whenever you change the source.

  • Page 42: Monitor Adjustments

    Monitor Adjustments When no playback picture from the source is displayed, you can only adjust the brightness. Display SCREEN CONTROL screen. Hold On the main unit Select an item to adjust. Adjust the item. Ex. When adjusting “BRIGHT.” When you adjust the monitor, either “RECEIVER”...

  • Page 43: Initial Setup-dvd Menu

    Initial Setup—DVD MENU You can preset the initial disc playback conditions. • While playing, no change can be made on the DVD Menu. Select the item you want. Change the setting. • For details, see the following pages. Ex. When setting “MONITOR TYPE.” It does not appear for some sources.

  • Page 44

    MENU LANGUAGE Select the menu language. AUDIO LANGUAGE Select the audio language. SUBTITLE Select the subtitle language. To erase the subtitle, select “OFF.” If the language you want is not listed for the language menu list See page 75 to find the language codes. Move the cursor position.

  • Page 45: Initial Setup-monitor

    Initial Setup—MONITOR You can preset the initial monitor conditions. Select the item you want. Change the setting. • For details, see the following pages. Ex. When setting “BEEP TONE” to “OFF.” It does not appear for some sources. It will be shaded when not available. See page 13.

  • Page 46

    AUTO OPEN/CLOSE • AUTO: The monitor comes out* or goes in automatically when you turn on or off the power. • OFF: Cancels this function. * If you close the monitor before turning off the power, the monitor will not come out next time you turn on the power.

  • Page 47: Initial Setup-on Screen

    Initial Setup—ON SCREEN You can preset the initial on-screen conditions. Select the item you want. Change the setting. • For details, see the following pages. Ex. When setting “CLOCK” to “OFF.” It does not appear for some sources. It will be shaded when not available. See page 13.

  • Page 48

    ON SCREEN LANGUAGE You can select the language for this Setup Menu and some of the messages displayed on the monitor. GUIDE • ON: On-screen guide icons (see page 23) are displayed on the monitor while operating the built-in disc player. –...

  • Page 49: Initial Setup-audio Menu/psm

    Initial Setup—AUDIO MENU/PSM You can preset the initial audio-related conditions and Preferred Setting Modes (PSM). • You cannot select “AUDIO MENU” when the subsidiary source operation screen is displayed on the monitor (with Dual Mode turned on; see page 33). Select the item you want.

  • Page 50

    AUTO SURROUND You can activate an appropriate surround mode automatically when a loaded disc is detected. • ON: An appropriate surround/DSP mode is automatically selected. While Dolby Digital multi-channel signals are detected, “Dolby Digital” is automatically selected. While DTS multi-channel signals are detected, “DTS”...

  • Page 51

    D (Dynamic). RANGE COMPRESSION You can enjoy a powerful sound even at a low volume level by compressing dynamic range (difference between the lowest and the highest frequency sounds). • This takes effect for all the playback sources. • OFF: Select when you want to enjoy playback with its full dynamic range (no effect applied).

  • Page 52

    AV2 INPUT SELECT You can determine the use of AV INPUT 2 jacks on the hideaway unit—select either “VIDEO” or “CAMERA.” • When the playback source is “AV2,” this setting cannot be changed. • VIDEO: The source “AV2” works for viewing the playback picture through the component connected to the AV INPUT 2...

  • Page 53: Other Main Functions

    Other Main Functions Assigning titles to the sources Roman alphabet list Alternates between upper and lower cases. Moves the cursor position. Upper cases Erase all entered character. Accented characters: Upper cases Display the other page of the character list of the same type. Entered name is displayed.

  • Page 54

    You can assign titles to 30 FM/AM, 30 TV stations, and 40 CDs (both in this unit and in the CD changer). Source Maximum character number Stations: CDs: • You cannot assign a title to CD Text and MP3 discs. Prepare the source.

  • Page 55: Changing The Monitor Position/angle

    Changing the monitor position/ angle You can change the monitor position and the monitor angle. • Once you change them, they are stored. The monitor opens at the stored position and angle, next time you eject the monitor. To change the monitor position On the main unit To change the monitor angle MAIN...

  • Page 56: Cd Changer Operations

    CD Changer Operations Volume level appears when adjusted. CD/CD Text Dual Mode indicator (see page 33) SOURCE icon (see pages 14 and 33) Current disc/folder/track no. Elapsed playing time Playback mode Sound mode (see page 39) Surround/DSP mode (see page 36) Back to the beginning Disc text/ID3 tag information area...

  • Page 57: Basic Cd Changer Operations

    Ex. While playing CD/CD Text* Ex. While playing MP3 It is recommended to use the JVC MP3-compatible CD changer with your unit. • You can also connect the CH-X series CD changers (except CH-X99 and CH-X100). However, they are not compatible with MP3 discs, so you cannot play back MP3 discs.

  • Page 58: Advanced Cd Changer Operations

    Advanced CD Changer Operations Selecting disc/folders/tracks You can select the disc, (folder: only for MP3,) and tracks using the buttons on the main unit. DISC When using the remote controller You can directly select the disc number by pressing the corresponding number buttons (1 – 12).

  • Page 59: Displaying The Disc Text Information

    Select a folder you want. Current track name or ID3 Tag Shaded when no MP3 files are included. You cannot select this folder. To locate a track by displaying the track list Example: while playing MP3. Select a track you want. Current folder name or ID3 Tag (for MP3) Disc name (for CD) or CD Text Displaying the disc text...

  • Page 60: Selecting Playback Modes

    Selecting playback modes You can use only one of the following playback modes at a time—Repeat Play, Random Play, and Intro Scan. Repeat Play You can repeat playback. • Repeat Play cannot be deactivated. Only for MP3 When playing CD: REPEAT PLAY TRACK REPEAT PLAY OFF When playing MP3:...

  • Page 61: Searching For Songs

    Intro Scan You can play back the first 15 seconds of each track sequentially. Only for MP3 When playing CD: INTRO SCAN TRACK INTRO SCAN DISC INTRO SCAN OFF When playing MP3: INTRO SCAN TRACK INTRO SCAN FOLDER INTRO SCAN OFF INTRO SCAN DISC INTRO SCAN •...

  • Page 62: External Component Operations

    External Component Operations You can connect two video components as the playback components and an optional TV tuner unit (KV-C1000). • When you connect the video camera as a rear view camera to the AV INPUT 2 jacks to guide you to back the car, set the usage of the AV INPUT 2 jacks correctly (see page 52).

  • Page 63: Tv Tuner Operations

    TV Tuner Operations Volume level appears when adjusted. Back to the beginning Dual Mode indicator (see page 33) SOURCE icon (see pages 14 and 33) Current preset no. Channel no. Search mode Sound mode (see page 39) Surround/DSP mode (see page 36) Playback picture will be shown in the picture view window.

  • Page 64: Watching Tv Programs

    Watching TV programs • To tune in to a station using Preset Search, first store your favorite TV stations into memory (12 stations). Select TV then Select Search Mode AUTO: To start Auto Search. MANUAL: To start Manual Search. PRESET: To select preset station numbers (only possible after storing stations in memory).

  • Page 65

    Manual presetting Tune into a TV station. then Select “MANUAL” (or “AUTO”). Store the station into a preset number. then To select the rest of the preset stations Preset station information will be displayed. To tune in to a preset station •...

  • Page 66: Displaying The Preset List

    Displaying the preset list You can store and select the preset station using the preset list on the monitor screen. To select a preset station using the preset list • Preset numbers, channel numbers and assigned names (see page 53) of the preset TV stations are shown on the list.

  • Page 67: Maintenance

    Maintenance How to clean the monitor When removing stains or dust on the surface, turn off the monitor, then wipe with dry soft cloth. • Be careful not to scratch the surface when wiping it. • Do not use the following materials to clean the monitor: –...

  • Page 68: More About This Receiver

    More about This Receiver Operation Methods • Touch Panel screen goes off if no operations are made on it for about 30 seconds while viewing the playback picture. Basic Operations Turning off the power • If you turn off the power while listening to a disc, disc play will start automatically, next time you turn on the power.

  • Page 69

    • The speaker/signal indicators appear in the following cases (only for DVD/CD): – When a different type of the digital signal is detected, or – When you start playback or resume playback from pause. Signal indicators Speaker indicators SUBWFR – The speaker indicators—frames of “L,” “C,”...

  • Page 70

    Notes on MP3 files • This unit can play back MP3 files only with the extension code <.mp3> (regardless of the letter case—upper/lower). • This unit cannot play back the files encoded in the following formats—MP3i, MP3 PRO, Layer 1, Layer 2 format. •...

  • Page 71

    Sound Mode (iEQ) Operations • If you do not want to store your current adjustment, but only to apply the adjustment to the current playback source, press RETURN on the monitor screen to go back to the operation screen of the current source. Adjustment you made remains effective until you select a sound mode.

  • Page 72: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting What appears to be trouble is not always serious. Check the following points before calling a service center. General • Sound is sometimes interrupted. ] You are driving on rough roads. Stop playback while driving on rough roads. ] Disc is scratched. •...

  • Page 73

    Disc playback—MP3 • Disc cannot be played back. ] MP3 tracks do not have the extension code—<.mp3>. ] MP3 tracks are not recorded in the format compliant with ISO 9660 Level 1, ISO 9660 Level 2, Romeo, or Joliet. • Noise is generated. ] The current track is not an MP3 file (although it has the extension code—...

  • Page 74: Additional Information

    Additional Information Preset iEQ mode The table below shows the preset frequency level settings for each iEQ mode. Sound Mode 100 Hz FLAT HARD ROCK R&B JAZZ DANCE COUNTRY REGGAE CLASSIC USER1 USER2 USER3 Graphic screens You can select one of the following graphic screens. For details, see page 14. You can activate the display demonstration.

  • Page 75

    LANGUAGE CODES Code Language Afar Abkhazian Afrikaans Ameharic Arabic Assamese Aymara Azerbaijani Bashkir Byelorussian Bulgarian Bihari Bislama Bengali, Bangla Tibetan Breton Catalan Corsican Czech Welsh Danish Bhutani Greek Esperanto Estonian Basque Persian Finnish Fiji Faroese Frisian Irish Scots Gaelic Galician Guarani Gujarati Hausa...

  • Page 76: Specifications

    Specifications Main unit AUDIO AMPLIFIER SECTION Maximum Power Output: Front: 50 W per channel Rear: 50 W per channel Center: 35 W Continuous Power Output (RMS): 19 W per channel into 4 Ω, 40 Hz Front: to 20 000 Hz at no more than 0.8% total harmonic distortion.

  • Page 77: Hideaway Unit

    Dimensions (W × H × D): Installation Size: • With sleeve-mounting plate Type B (standard) 182 mm × 52 mm × 165 mm in. × 2- • With sleeve-mounting plate Type A 182 mm × 52 mm × 160 mm in.

  • Page 78

    Having TROUBLE with operation? Please reset your unit Refer to page of How to Reset Still having trouble?? USA ONLY Call 1-800-252-5722 http://www.jvc.com We can help you! EN, SP, FR 0904MNMMDWJEIN © 2004 Victor Company of Japan, Limited...

  • Page 79

    Esta unidad está diseñada para funcionar con 12 V de CC, con sistemas eléctricos de masa NEGATIVA solamente. Si su vehículo no posee este sistema, será necesario un inversor de tensión, que puede ser adquirido en los concesionarios de JVC de equipos de audio para automóviles. ADVERTENCIAS •...

  • Page 80: System Connections

    Cambiador de CD Changeur CD VIDEO VIDEO TO CHANGER FM / AM ANTENNA AUDIO AUDIO AV INPUT 1 AV INPUT 2 MULTIMEDIA DVD/CD RECEIVER WITH REMOVABLE MONITOR HIDEAWAY UNIT KD-AV7000 AV OUTPUT PRE OUT BACKCAMERA CENTER REMOTE CENTER FRONT REAR WOOFER...

  • Page 81

    The following illustration shows a typical installation. However, you should make adjustments corresponding to your specific car. If you have any questions or require information regarding installation kits, consult your JVC car audio dealer or a company supplying kits. Å...

  • Page 82

    ENGLISH Ç Electrical connections Before connecting... • Make sure that the antenna cord from the car is connected to the hideaway unit (see page 2). If the antenna cord is not long enough, use the extension antenna cord (supplied). • Check the wiring in the car carefully. Incorrect connection may cause serious damage to the units.

  • Page 83

    Connecting the parking brake wire Connect the parking brake wire to the parking brake system built in the car. Parking brake Freno de estacionamiento Frein de stationnement Parking brake switch (inside the car) Interruptor del freno de estacionamiento (dentro del automóvil) Commutateur de frein de stationnement (à...

  • Page 84

    FM / AM ANTENNA AUDIO VIDEO AUDIO VIDEO TO CHANGER AV BUS TO MAIN UNIT AV INPUT 1 AV INPUT 2 MULTIMEDIA DVD/CD RECEIVER WITH REMOVABLE MONITOR HIDEAWAY UNIT KD-AV7000 AV OUTPUT PRE OUT BACKCAMERA CENTER REMOTE CENTER FRONT REAR WOOFER...

  • Page 85

    DVD RECEIVER WITH MONITOR DVD-RECEIVER MiT MONITOR RECEPTEUR DVD ET MONITOR DVD-RECEIVER MET MONITOR KD-AV7001 • This unit is equipped with the display demonstration. To cancel it, see page 14. • Dieses Gerät ist mit einer Demonstrationsfunktion für das Display ausgestattet. Auf Seite 14 wird beschrieben, wie Sie diese Demonstrationsfunktion deaktivieren können.

  • Page 86

    • Stop the car before performing any complicated operations. Thank you for purchasing a JVC product. For security reasons, a numbered ID card is provided with this unit, and the same ID number is imprinted on the unit’s chassis.

  • Page 87

    WARNINGS • DO NOT install any unit in locations where; – it may obstruct the steering wheel and gearshift lever operations, as this may result in a traffic accident. – it may obstruct the operation of safety devices such as air bags, as this may result in a fatal accident.

  • Page 88

    Contents How to reset your unit ... 2 Important! (How to read this manual) ... 3 Introduction—Playable Discs ... 5 Quick Guide—How to Use the Controls ... 6 Remote controller ... 6 Main unit (front) ... 8 Preparation (Remote Controller— RM-RK220) ...

  • Page 89: Introduction-playable Discs

    Introduction—Playable Discs Discs you can play You can play back the following discs on this unit: • DVD Video: whose video format is PAL or NTSC and whose region code is “2.” –DVD-Rs and DVD-RWs recorded in the DVD-Video format can also be played (see page 82).

  • Page 90: Quick Guide-how To Use The Controls

    Quick Guide—How to Use the Controls Remote controller ASPECT MENU SET UP DISC TUNER 11 / 0 VOLUME Main unit Display *1 When using Dual Mode, the remote controller operates either main or sub source depending on the MAIN/SUB setting. *2 Only for MP3 *3 While playing a DVD, chapter is selected;...

  • Page 91

    Tuner operations Buttons To do: TUNER Select the band. Start Auto Search. Start Manual Search. Change preset numbers. Select preset numbers directly. Disc operations Buttons To do: Play. Pause. Stop. Select chapters/tracks. Search. Selects folders. * then Select tracks. * then Search.

  • Page 92: Main Unit (front)

    Main unit (front) : functions if pressed and held. General operations Buttons To do: Turn on the main unit. Turn off the main unit. Attenuate sounds. Change the sources. Adjust the volume. Change the display information. Detach the control panel. Tuner operations Buttons To do:...

  • Page 93: Preparation (remote Controller-rm-rk220)

    Preparation (Remote Controller—RM-RK220) (back side) With the + side facing upwards Lithium coin battery (CR2025) CAUTION: DO NOT leave the remote controller in a place (such as dashboards) exposed to direct sunlight for a long time. Otherwise, it may be damaged. This receiver is equipped with the steering wheel remote control function.

  • Page 94: Operation Methods

    Operation Methods You can operate this unit using three types of operation methods. • This instruction manual explains the operations mainly using the Touch Panel Icons shown on the monitor. • Using the Touch Panel Icons directly (See “BLIND CONTROL” on page 51.) Press the Touch Panel Icons with your finger directly (if you wear a glove, take it off).

  • Page 95

    • Using the Graphic User Interface (GUI) from the remote controller You can use the Graphic User Interface in the same way as you touch the panel icons. Examples: SET UP Display GUI on the monitor (the cursor—yellow frame— appears around the currently selected icon).

  • Page 96: Basic Operations

    Basic Operations CAUTION on the monitor : Do not open or close the monitor by hand. Do not apply any force to the monitor while it is moving. Such a behavior may damage the monitor loading mechanism. For turning on the power, use the buttons on the main unit and the remote controller.

  • Page 97: Setting The Clock

    Setting the clock You can also set the clock system to 24 hours or 12 hours. While playing any source... • If the touch panel icons are not shown on the monitor, touch the center portion of the monitor screen. Set the clock time.

  • Page 98: Changing The Source

    Changing the source While playing any source... The current source is highlighted. Newly selected source operation screen appears. Other icons Reference pages See page 38. See page 38. See pages 48 – 57. Returns to the previous screen. Changing the graphic screen You can select one of eight graphics in the picture view window.

  • Page 99: Displaying The Level Meter

    Displaying the level meter You can display the level meter on the graphic screen, by selecting from four preset patterns. • While viewing the playback picture or display demonstration, you cannot show the level meter. While playing any source... Ex. While listening to FM broadcast.

  • Page 100: Radio Operations

    Radio Operations Volume level appears when adjusted. Dual Mode indicator (see page 38) SOURCE icon (see pages 14 and 38) Current band/Preset no. Station frequency FM reception mode Search mode Sound mode (see page 44) Surround/DSP mode (see page 41) Available only after pressing “M”...

  • Page 101: Listening To The Radio

    Listening to the Radio • To tune in to a station using Preset Search, first store your favorite stations into memory (6 stations for each band: see page 18). Select the Tuner then Select the band (FM/AM) This receiver has three FM bands (FM1, FM2, FM3).

  • Page 102: Storing Stations In Memory

    Storing stations in memory You can preset 6 stations for each band. FM station automatic presetting—SSM (Strong-station Sequential Memory) • This functions only for FM bands. Select the FM band (FM1 – FM3) you want to store FM stations into. Start SSM.

  • Page 103: Displaying The Preset List

    To tune in to a preset station • See also “Listening to the Radio” on page 17. Displaying the preset list You can store and select the preset stations using the preset list on the monitor screen. To select a preset station using the preset list •...

  • Page 104: Searching For Your Favorite Programme-pty Search

    What you can do with RDS RDS (Radio Data System) allows FM stations to send an additional signal along with their regular programme signals. For example, the stations send their station names (PS), as well as information about what type of programme they broadcast, such as sports or music, etc. By receiving the RDS data, this unit can do the following: •...

  • Page 105: Using The Standby Reception

    Select a PTY code. • You can display the other PTY codes in the PTY code list by pressing ∞ or 5. Select the preset number. Repeat Steps 2 to 4 to store other PTY codes into other preset numbers. Using the Standby Reception You can use two types of Standby Reception—...

  • Page 106

    PTY Standby Reception PTY Standby Reception allows the unit to switch temporarily to your favorite programme from any source other than AM. • When shipped from the factory, “NEWS” is selected for your favorite programme type. To change it to your favorite PTY code, see page 24.

  • Page 107: Rds Setup-rds Set

    RDS Setup—RDS SET You can make RDS setting and use some other convenient functions. Change the setting or enter the setting screen. • For details, see the following pages. Ex. When pressing “ALTERNATE FREQ.”...

  • Page 108

    ALTERNATE FREQ When driving in an area where FM reception is not sufficient enough, this unit automatically tunes in to another FM RDS station of the same network, possibly broadcasting the same programme with stronger signals—Network- Tracking Reception. • AF: The unit switches to another station (the programme may differ from the one currently received).

  • Page 109: Dvd/vcd Operations

    DVD/VCD Operations Input signal channels are indicated a few second after detected. (See page 82.) While playing Before playing Available only while playing. Not available while playing with PBC activated. Not available while playing with PBC activated, but available while not playing. Dual Mode indicator (see page 38) SOURCE icon (see pages 14 and 38) PBC indicator (for VCD;...

  • Page 110: Cd/mp3 Operations

    CD/MP3 Operations CD/CD Text Dual Mode indicator (see page 38) SOURCE icon (see pages 14 and 38) Current track no. (for CD) Current folder/track no. (for MP3) Play time information (see page 35) Audio signal format (only for DTS CD) Playback mode (see page 35) Sound mode (see page 44) Surround/DSP mode (see page 41)

  • Page 111: Basic Disc Operations

    Basic Disc Operations Before performing any operations, observe the following... • For DVD playback, change the Setup Menu setting (see page 48). • If “ ” appears on the monitor, the disc cannot accept the operation you have tried. – In some cases, “ ” is not display, but operations will not be accepted.

  • Page 112

    The following marks used in this manual indicate the playable discs. with/without PBC On-screen guide icons During play, the following guide icons may appear for a while on the monitor. • The following guide icons are displayed when “GUIDE” is set to “ON” (see page 53).

  • Page 113: Changing The Aspect Ratio

    Changing the aspect ratio You can change the aspect ratio of the playback pictures. • This function is only possible using the buttons on the main unit or on the remote controller. • Aspect ratio cannot be changed while the GUI operation mode is activated.

  • Page 114: Operating The Disc Menu

    Operating the disc menu Menu-driven playback is possible while playing back a DVD with menu-driven features or a VCD with the PlayBack Control (PBC) function. While playing a DVD: DVD discs generally have their own menus or title lists. A title list (TOP MENU) usually contains titles of movies and songs recorded.

  • Page 115: Replaying The Previous Scenes

    When using the number buttons on the remote controller • To select number 5, press 5. • To select number 10, press 10. • To select number 23, press +10, +10, then 3. To cancel the PBC playback You can cancel the menu-driven operations (PBC function) using the remote controller.

  • Page 116: Selecting Subtitles

    Selecting subtitles While playing a chapter containing subtitles in different languages, you can select the subtitle language to display on the monitor. • You can also select the subtitle language using SETUP menu (see page 49). Select a subtitle language you want. 1/3 ENGLISH 3/3 SPANISH Selecting audio languages...

  • Page 117: Selecting Multi-angle Views

    When playing VCD: STEREO LEFT • STEREO: To listen to normal stereo (left/ right) playback. • LEFT: To listen to the left audio channel. • RIGHT: To listen to the right audio channel. Selecting multi-angle views While playing a disc containing multi-angle views, you can view the same scene at different angles.

  • Page 118: Locating A Folder/track Using The List

    Locating a folder/track using the list To locate a folder by displaying the folder list • This functions only for MP3. Select a folder you want. Current track name or ID3 Tag To locate a track by displaying the track list Select a track you want.

  • Page 119: Displaying The Disc Text Information

    Displaying the disc text information With Auto Scroll or Scroll selected, you can display the text and scroll it on the monitor if it is long and cannot be displayed at a time. (For CD) (For MP3) Auto Scroll Scroll •...

  • Page 120: Searching For Scenes Or Songs

    Random Play You can play back tracks at random. When playing VCD/CD: RANDOM PLAY DISC When playing MP3: RANDOM PLAY FOLDER RANDOM PLAY OFF RANDOM PLAY • DISC: Plays randomly all tracks on the disc. • FOLDER: Plays randomly all tracks of the current folder, then moves to the next folder and so on.

  • Page 121

    Enter a number, then confirm. Ex. when playing DVD: Clear the entry. When using the number buttons on the remote controller • To select number 5, press 5. • To select number 10, press 10. • To select number 23, press +10, +10, then 3. You cannot select folder using the remote controller.

  • Page 122: Dual Mode Operations

    Dual Mode Operations You can play back two different sources as the main source (MAIN) and subsidiary source (SUB). You can listen to the main source through the speakers, while the subsidiary source through the monitor inserted into the cradle or the one connected to the AV OUTPUT jacks.

  • Page 123: Adjusting Av Output Volume

    Adjusting AV OUTPUT volume Select an appropriate volume level for the component connected to the AV OUTPUT jacks on the hideaway unit. • This functions without respect to the Dual Mode setting. Adjust the AV output volume. It does not appear for some sources. It will be shaded when not available.

  • Page 124: Surround Mode Operations

    Surround Mode Operations Activate and select the surround mode or DSP mode. Make adjustment if you want to. • If neither surround mode nor DSP mode is activated, you cannot make adjustment. When surround mode is activated: It does not appear for some sources. It will be shaded when not available.

  • Page 125: Introducing Surround/dsp Mode

    Introducing surround/DSP mode Surround modes Dolby Digital Dolby Digital is a digital signal compression method, developed by Dolby Laboratories, and enables multi-channel encoding and decoding (1ch up to 5.1ch). Dolby Digital 5.1 CH Dolby Digital 5.1 CH encoding method records and digitally compresses the left front channel, right front channel, center channel, left surround channel, right surround channel, and...

  • Page 126: Turning On And Off The Surround/dsp Mode

    Turning on and off the surround/ DSP mode You can use surround or Digital Signal Processor (DSP) mode while playing any source. However, when playing a multi-channel encoded disc, you cannot apply DSP mode to the playback sounds. • When “AUTO SURROUND” is set to “ON” (initial setting when shipped from factory), an appropriate surround mode is automatically selected without any setting operation (see...

  • Page 127

    Adjust the selected surround or DSP mode. When surround mode is activated: : Selected automatically when multi- channel DTS signal is detected (while playing a DVD or a DTS CD). No further adjustment is allowed. : Selected automatically when multi- channel Dolby Digital signal is detected (while playing a DVD).

  • Page 128: Sound Modes (ieq) Operations

    Sound Modes (iEQ) Operations The following operations are only possible for the main source when using Dual Mode. Select one of the preset sound (iEQ) modes (then make adjustment if you want to make your own sound mode). Select sound modes.

  • Page 129: Selecting Preset Sound Modes

    Selecting preset sound modes You can select a sound mode suitable to the music genre. Available sound modes: • HARD ROCK / R&B / POP / JAZZ / DANCE / COUNTRY / REGGAE / CLASSIC • USER1 / USER2 / USER3 •...

  • Page 130: Other Sound Adjustments

    Other Sound Adjustments Fader/Balance adjustments is only possible for the main source when using Dual Mode. Make adjustment as you like. To adjust the input level This setting is required for each source except FM. Once you have made an adjustment, the volume level will automatically changes by adjusted level whenever you change the source.

  • Page 131: Monitor Adjustments

    Monitor Adjustments When no playback picture from the source is displayed, you can only adjust the brightness. Display SCREEN CONTROL screen. Hold Hold ASPECT On the remote On the main unit controller Select an item to adjust. Adjust the item. Ex.

  • Page 132: Initial Setup-dvd Menu

    Initial Setup—DVD MENU You can preset the initial disc playback conditions. • While playing, no change can be made on the DVD Menu. Select the item you want. Change the setting. • For details, see the following pages. Ex. When setting “MONITOR TYPE.” It does not appear for some sources.

  • Page 133

    MENU LANGUAGE Select the menu language. AUDIO LANGUAGE Select the audio language. SUBTITLE Select the subtitle language. To erase the subtitle, select “OFF.” If the language you want is not listed for the language menu list See page 89 to find the language codes. Move the cursor position.

  • Page 134: Initial Setup-monitor

    Initial Setup—MONITOR You can preset the initial monitor conditions. Select the item you want. Change the setting. • For details, see the following pages. Ex. When setting “BEEP TONE” to “OFF.” It does not appear for some sources. It will be shaded when not available. See page 13.

  • Page 135

    AUTO OPEN/CLOSE • AUTO: The monitor comes out* or goes in automatically when you turn on or off the power. • OFF: Cancels this function. * If you close the monitor before turning off the power, the monitor will not come out next time you turn on the power.

  • Page 136: Initial Setup-on Screen

    Initial Setup—ON SCREEN You can preset the initial on-screen conditions. Select the item you want. Change the setting. • For details, see the following pages. Ex. When setting “CLOCK” to “OFF.” It does not appear for some sources. It will be shaded when not available. See page 13.

  • Page 137

    ON SCREEN LANGUAGE You can select the language for this Setup Menu and some of the messages displayed on the monitor. GUIDE • ON: On-screen guide icons (see page 28) are displayed on the monitor while operating the built-in disc player. –...

  • Page 138: Initial Setup-audio Menu/psm

    Initial Setup—AUDIO MENU/PSM You can preset the initial audio-related conditions and Preferred Setting Modes (PSM). • You cannot select “AUDIO MENU” when the subsidiary source operation screen is displayed on the monitor (with Dual Mode turned on; see page 38). Select the item you want.

  • Page 139

    AUTO SURROUND You can activate an appropriate surround mode automatically when a loaded disc is detected. • ON: An appropriate surround/DSP mode is automatically selected. While Dolby Digital multi-channel signals are detected, “Dolby Digital” is automatically selected. While DTS multi-channel signals are detected, “DTS”...

  • Page 140

    D (Dynamic). RANGE COMPRESSION You can enjoy a powerful sound even at a low volume level by compressing dynamic range (difference between the lowest and the highest frequency sounds). • This takes effect for all the playback sources. • OFF: Select when you want to enjoy playback with its full dynamic range (no effect applied).

  • Page 141

    AV2 INPUT SELECT You can determine the use of AV INPUT 2 jacks on the hideaway unit—select either “VIDEO” or “CAMERA.” • When the playback source is “AV2,” this setting cannot be changed. • VIDEO: The source “AV2” works for viewing the playback picture through the component connected to the AV INPUT 2...

  • Page 142: Other Main Functions

    Other Main Functions Assigning titles to the sources Roman alphabet list Alternates between upper and lower cases. Upper cases Erase all entered character. Accented characters: Upper cases Display the other page of the character list of the same type. Entered name is displayed. Accented characters: Lower cases Moves the cursor position.

  • Page 143

    You can assign titles to 30 TV stations and 40 CDs (both in this unit and in the CD changer). Source Maximum character number TV Stations: 10 CDs: • You cannot assign a title to CD Text and MP3 discs. •...

  • Page 144: Changing The Monitor Position/angle

    Changing the monitor position/ angle You can change the monitor position and the monitor angle. • Once you change them, they are stored. The monitor opens at the stored position and angle, next time you eject the monitor. To change the monitor position On the main unit To change the monitor angle On the main unit...

  • Page 145: Cd Changer Operations

    CD Changer Operations Volume level appears when adjusted. CD/CD Text Back to the beginning Dual Mode indicator (see page 38) SOURCE icon (see pages 14 and 38) Current disc/folder/track no. Elapsed playing time Playback mode Sound mode (see page 44) Surround/DSP mode (see page 41) Disc text/ID3 tag information area...

  • Page 146: Basic Cd Changer Operations

    Ex. While playing CD/CD Text* Ex. While playing MP3 It is recommended to use the JVC MP3-compatible CD changer with your unit. • You can also connect the CH-X series CD changers (except CH-X99 and CH-X100). However, they are not compatible with MP3 discs, so you cannot play back MP3 discs.

  • Page 147: Advanced Cd Changer Operations

    Advanced CD Changer Operations Selecting disc/folders/tracks You can select the disc, (folder: only for MP3,) and tracks using the buttons on the main unit. DISC TRACK When using the remote controller You can directly select the disc number by pressing the corresponding number buttons (1 – 12).

  • Page 148: Displaying The Disc Text Information

    Select a folder you want. Current track name or ID3 Tag Shaded when no MP3 files are included. You cannot select this folder. To locate a track by displaying the track list Example: while playing MP3. Select a track you want. Current folder name or ID3 Tag (for MP3) Disc name (for CD) or CD Text Displaying the disc text...

  • Page 149: Selecting Playback Modes

    Selecting playback modes You can use only one of the following playback modes at a time—Repeat Play, Random Play, and Intro Scan. Repeat Play You can repeat playback. • Repeat Play cannot be deactivated. Only for MP3 When playing CD: REPEAT PLAY TRACK REPEAT PLAY DISC REPEAT PLAY OFF...

  • Page 150: Searching For Songs

    Intro Scan You can play back the first 15 seconds of each track sequentially. Only for MP3 When playing CD: INTRO SCAN TRACK INTRO SCAN OFF When playing MP3: INTRO SCAN TRACK INTRO SCAN OFF INTRO SCAN • TRACK: Plays the beginning of all tracks of the current disc.

  • Page 151: External Component Operations

    External Component Operations You can connect two video components as the playback components and an optional TV tuner unit (KV-C1001). • When you connect the video camera as a rear view camera to the AV INPUT 2 jacks to guide you to back the car, set the usage of the AV INPUT 2 jacks correctly (see page 57).

  • Page 152: Tv Tuner Operations

    TV Tuner Operations Volume level appears when adjusted. Dual Mode indicator (see page 38) SOURCE icon (see pages 14 and 38) Current preset no. Channel no. Search mode Sound mode (see page 44) Surround/DSP mode (see page 41) Available only after pressing “M” (next to this icon).

  • Page 153: Watching Tv Programs

    Watching TV programs Before watching TV, select the area where you use the optional TV tuner unit (KV-C1001)— see page 57. • To tune in to a station using Preset Search, first store your favorite TV stations into memory (12 stations). Select TV then Select Search Mode...

  • Page 154

    Manual presetting Tune into a TV station. then Select “MANUAL” (or “AUTO”). Store the station into a preset number. then Preset station information will be displayed. To tune in to a preset station • See also “Watching TV programs” on page Select a preset number.

  • Page 155: Displaying The Preset List

    Displaying the preset list You can store and select the preset station using the preset list on the monitor screen. To select a preset station using the preset list • Preset numbers, channel numbers and assigned names (see page 58) of the preset TV stations are shown on the list.

  • Page 156: Dab Tuner Operations

    DAB Tuner Operations Volume level appears when adjusted. Dual Mode indicator (see page 38) SOURCE icon (see pages 14 and 38) Service type (primary or secondary)/ Service label/Current band/Preset no. Channel no. Ensemble frequency TEXT indicator (DLS—DAB radio text) Search mode Sound mode (see page 44) Surround/DSP mode (see page 41) ANN (Announcement) indicator...

  • Page 157: Listening To The Dab Tuner

    Listening to the DAB Tuner It is recommended to use DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) tuner KT-DB1000 with this unit. If you have another DAB tuner, consult your JVC IN-CAR ENTERTAINMENT dealer. • Refer also to the Instructions supplied with your DAB tuner.

  • Page 158: Selecting Ensembles And Services

    What is DAB system? DAB can deliver CD quality sound without any annoying interference and signal distortion. Furthermore, it can carry text, pictures, and data. In contrast to FM broadcast, where each programme is transmitted on its own frequency, DAB combines several programmes (called “services”) to form one “ensemble.”...

  • Page 159: Displaying The Preset List

    To tune in to a preset service • See also “Listening to the DAB Tuner” on page 73. Displaying the preset list You can store and select the preset services using the preset list on the monitor screen. To select a preset service using the preset list •...

  • Page 160: Displaying The Dab Text

    Displaying the DAB text You can change the initial display—label information (ensemble label/service label/PTY code) to the DAB radio text information— Dynamic Label Segment (DLS). • This function is available only when DLS is received. If the current service provides DLS, the TEXT indicator appears on the monitor screen.

  • Page 161: Using Announcement Standby Reception

    Using Announcement Standby Reception Announcement Standby Reception allows the unit to switch temporarily to your favorite service (announcement type) from any source except FM and AM. Select an announcement type. To display the other announcement types Once you select an announcement type, Announcement Standby Reception is activated.

  • Page 162: Dab Setup-dab Set

    DAB Setup—DAB SET You can make DAB setting and use some other convenient functions. Change the setting or enter the setting screen. • For details, see the following pages. Ex. When pressing “DAB BAND RANGE.”...

  • Page 163

    DAB BAND RANGE DAB ensembles are broadcast on the following bands: • Band III: 174.928 MHz to 239.200 MHz • L-Band: 1452.960 MHz to 1490.624 MHz In some areas, both bands are used, and in other areas only one of them is used. Select the proper band for your area.

  • Page 164: Maintenance

    Maintenance How to clean the monitor When removing stains or dust on the surface, turn off the monitor, then wipe with dry soft cloth. • Be careful not to scratch the surface when wiping it. • Do not use the following materials to clean the monitor: –...

  • Page 165: More About This Receiver

    More about This Receiver Operation Methods • Touch Panel screen goes off if no operations are made on it for about 30 seconds while viewing the playback picture. Basic Operations Turning off the power • If you turn off the power while listening to a disc, disc play will start automatically, next time you turn on the power.

  • Page 166

    • This unit cannot play back the files which have the data such as WMA, WAVE, ATRAC3, MPEG 2.5, etc. • The speaker/signal indicators appear in the following cases (for DVD/CD): – When a different type of the digital signal is detected, or –...

  • Page 167

    • Some discs may not play back on this unit because of their disc characteristics, and for the following causes: – Discs are dirty or scratched. – Discs are kept in a place where temperature becomes extremely high. – Moisture condensation on the lens inside the unit.

  • Page 168

    • When an optional monitor is connected to the AV OUTPUT terminal, you can view the following MP3 CONTROL screen on the optional monitor. MP3 CONTROL REPEAT TRACK Time : 00:03:08 Folder : 01 / 10 Track : 01 / 30 spring begonia.mp3 sumer...

  • Page 169

    Monitor Adjustments • You may not able to adjust the brightness in the following case: – You cannot make it brighter when the ambient light is very bright. – You cannot make it darker when the ambient light is very dark. Initial Setup—DVD MENU MENU/AUDIO/SUBTITLE LANGUAGE •...

  • Page 170: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting What appears to be trouble is not always serious. Check the following points before calling a service center. General • Sound is sometimes interrupted. ] You are driving on rough roads. Stop playback while driving on rough roads. ] Disc is scratched. •...

  • Page 171

    • Noise is generated. ] The current track is not an MP3 file (although it has the extension code— <.mp3>). • Elapsed playing time is not correct. ] This sometimes occurs during play. This is caused by how the tracks are recorded on the disc.

  • Page 172: Additional Information

    Additional Information Preset iEQ mode The table below shows the preset frequency level settings for each iEQ mode. Sound Mode 100 Hz FLAT HARD ROCK R&B JAZZ DANCE COUNTRY REGGAE CLASSIC USER1 USER2 USER3 Graphic screens You can select one of the following graphic screens. For details, see page 14. You can activate the display demonstration.

  • Page 173

    LANGUAGE CODES Code Language Afar Abkhazian Afrikaans Ameharic Arabic Assamese Aymara Azerbaijani Bashkir Byelorussian Bulgarian Bihari Bislama Bengali, Bangla Tibetan Breton Catalan Corsican Czech Welsh Danish Bhutani Greek Esperanto Estonian Basque Persian Finnish Fiji Faroese Frisian Irish Scots Gaelic Galician Guarani Gujarati Hausa...

  • Page 174: Specifications

    Specifications Main unit AUDIO AMPLIFIER SECTION Maximum Power Output: Front: 50 W per channel Rear: 50 W per channel Center: 35 W Continuous Power Output (RMS): 19 W per channel into 4 Ω, 40 Hz Front: to 20 000 Hz at no more than 0.8% total harmonic distortion.

  • Page 175

    GENERAL Power Requirement: Operating Voltage: DC 14.4 V (11 V to 16 V allowance) Grounding System: Negative ground Allowable Operating Temperature: 0°C to +40°C Dimensions (W × H × D): Installation Size: • With sleeve-mounting plate Type B (standard) 182 mm × 52 mm × 165 mm •...

  • Page 176

    Having TROUBLE with operation? Please reset your unit Refer to page of How to reset your unit Haben Sie PROBLEME mit dem Betrieb? Bitte setzen Sie Ihr Gerät zurück Siehe Seite Zurücksetzen des Geräts Vous avez des PROBLÈMES de fonctionnement? Réinitialisez votre appareil Référez-vous à...

  • Page 177

    Verfügt Ihr Fahrzeug nicht über diese vehicle does not have this system, a voltage inverter Anlage, ist ein Spannungsinverter erforderlich, der is required, which can be purchased at JVC IN-CAR bei JVC Autoradiohändler erworben werden kann. ENTERTAINMENT dealers. WARNUNGEN WARNINGS •...

  • Page 178

    Utilisez un cordon prolongateur d’antenne (fourni) Antennesnoer van auto si nécessaire. Gebruik het antenneverlengsnoer (bijgeleverd) indien nodig. : These products are optionally available from JVC. : Diese Produkte sind von JVC als Sonderzubehör erhältlich. : Ces produits sont disponibles en option chez votre revendeur JVC.

  • Page 179: Installing The Hideaway Unit

    Vloer INSTALLEREN De volgende afbeelding toont een standaardinstallatie. Afhankelijk van uw auto moet het toestel mogelijk wat anders worden geïnstalleerd. Raadpleeg uw JVC auto- audiohandelaar handelaar of een leverancier van installatiekits indien u vragen heeft of informatie over installatiekits wilt.

  • Page 180

    If your car is equipped with the steering wheel remote controller, you can operate this unit using the controller. To do it, a JVC’s OE remote adapter (not supplied) which matches with your car is required. Consult your JVC IN- CAR ENTERTAINMENT dealer for details.

  • Page 181

    Before connecting... Vor dem Anschließen... • Make sure that the aerial cord from the car is • Stellen Sie sicher, dass das Antennenkabel vom connected to the hideway unit (see page 2). If the Fahrzeug an der versteckten Einheit aerial cord is not long enough, use the extension angeschlossen ist (siehe Seite 2).

  • Page 182: Problemen Oplossen

    Cordon de connexion fourni avec votre tuner DAB Cordon de connexion fourni avec votre changeur CD Verbindingskabel die met de DAB-tuner wordt Verbindingskabel die met de CD-wisselaar wordt meegeleverd meegeleverd JVC DAB tuner DAB-Tuner von JVC Tuner DAB JVC JVC DAB-tuner KD-AV7001 •...

  • Page 183

    DVD RECEIVER WITH MONITOR !"=asa= ‡§√◊ Ë Õ ß‡≈Ë π æ√È Õ ¡®Õ¿“æ KD-AV7005 • This unit is equipped with the display demonstration. To cancel it, see page 14. !"#$%&'()*+,&'-./01=14 • • ‡§√◊ Ë Õ ßπ’ È ‰ ¥È √ — ∫ °“√µ‘ ¥ µ— È ß °“√ “∏‘ µ ¿“æª√–°Õ∫ À“°µÈ Õ ß°“√¬°‡≈‘ ° ‚ª√¥¥Ÿ ÀπÈ “ For installation and connections, refer to the separate manual.

  • Page 184: How To Reset Your Unit

    • Stop the car before performing any complicated operations. Thank you for purchasing a JVC product. CAUTIONS: • Do not insert any disc of unusual shape— like a heart or flower; otherwise, it will cause a malfunction.

  • Page 185: Important! (how To Read This Manual)

    WARNINGS • DO NOT install any unit in locations where; – it may obstruct the steering wheel and gearshift lever operations, as this may result in a traffic accident. – it may obstruct the operation of safety devices such as air bags, as this may result in a fatal accident.

  • Page 186

    Contents How to reset your unit ... 2 Important! (How to read this manual) ... 3 Introduction—Playable Discs ... 5 Quick Guide—How to Use the Controls ... 6 Remote controller ... 6 Main unit (front) ... 8 Preparation (Remote Controller—RM-RK220) ... 9 Operation Methods ...

  • Page 187: Introduction-playable Discs

    Introduction—Playable Discs Discs you can play You can play back the following discs on this unit: • DVD Video: whose video format is NTSC or PAL and whose region code is “3.” –DVD-Rs and DVD-RWs recorded in the DVD-Video format can also be played (see page 69).

  • Page 188: Quick Guide-how To Use The Controls

    Quick Guide—How to Use the Controls Remote controller ASPECT MENU SET UP DISC TUNER 11 / 0 VOLUME *1 When using Dual Mode, the remote controller operates either main or sub source depending on the MAIN/SUB setting. *2 Only for MP3 *3 While playing a DVD, chapter is selected;...

  • Page 189

    Tuner operations Buttons To do: TUNER Select the band. Start Auto Search. Start Manual Search. Change preset numbers. Select preset numbers directly. Disc operations Buttons To do: Play. Pause. Stop. Select chapters/tracks. Search. Selects folders. * then Select tracks. * then Search.

  • Page 190: Main Unit (front)

    Main unit (front) General operations Buttons To do: Turn on the main unit. Turn off the main unit. Attenuate sounds. Change the sources. Adjust the volume. Change the display information. Detach the control panel. Tuner operations Buttons To do: Select the band. Start Auto Search.

  • Page 191: Preparation (remote Controller-rm-rk220)

    Preparation (Remote Controller—RM-RK220) (back side) With the + side facing upwards Lithium coin battery (CR2025) CAUTION: DO NOT leave the remote controller in a place (such as dashboards) exposed to direct sunlight for a long time. Otherwise, it may be damaged. WARNINGS on the battery: •...

  • Page 192: Operation Methods

    Operation Methods You can operate this unit using three types of operation methods. • This instruction manual explains the operations mainly using the Touch Panel Icons shown on the monitor. • Using the Touch Panel Icons directly (See “BLIND CONTROL” on page 46.) Press the Touch Panel Icons with your finger directly (if you wear a glove, take it off).

  • Page 193

    • Using the Graphic User Interface (GUI) from the remote controller You can use the Graphic User Interface in the same way as you touch the panel icons. Examples: SET UP Display GUI on the monitor (the cursor—yellow frame— appears around the currently selected icon).

  • Page 194: Basic Operations

    Basic Operations CAUTION on the monitor : Do not open or close the monitor by hand. Do not apply any force to the monitor while it is moving. Such a behavior may damage the monitor loading mechanism. For turning on the power, use the buttons on the main unit and the remote controller.

  • Page 195: Setting The Clock

    Setting the clock You can also set the clock system to 24 hours or 12 hours. While playing any source... • If the touch panel icons are not shown on the monitor, touch the center portion of the monitor screen. Set the clock time.

  • Page 196: Changing The Source

    Changing the source While playing any source... The current source is highlighted. Newly selected source operation screen appears. Other icons Reference pages See page 33. See page 33. See pages 43 – 52. Returns to the previous screen. Changing the graphic screen You can select one of eight graphics in the picture view window.

  • Page 197: Displaying The Level Meter

    Displaying the level meter You can display the level meter on the graphic screen, by selecting from four preset patterns. • While viewing the playback picture or display demonstration, you cannot show the level meter. While playing any source... Ex. While listening to FM broadcast.

  • Page 198: Radio Operations

    Radio Operations Volume level appears when adjusted. Dual Mode indicator (see page 33) SOURCE icon (see pages 14 and 33) Current band/Preset no. Station frequency FM reception mode Search mode Sound mode (see page 39) Surround/DSP mode (see page 36) Available only after pressing “M”...

  • Page 199: Listening To The Radio

    Listening to the Radio • To tune in to a station using Preset Search, first store your favorite stations into memory (6 stations for each band: see page 18). Select the Tuner then Select the band (FM/AM) This receiver has three FM bands (FM1, FM2, FM3).

  • Page 200: Storing Stations In Memory

    Storing stations in memory You can preset 6 stations for each band. FM station automatic presetting—SSM (Strong-station Sequential Memory) • This functions only for FM bands. Select the FM band (FM1 – FM3) you want to store FM stations into. Start SSM.

  • Page 201: Displaying The Preset List

    To tune in to a preset station • See also “Listening to the Radio” on page 17. Displaying the preset list You can store and select the preset stations using the preset list on the monitor screen. To select a preset station using the preset list •...

  • Page 202: Dvd/vcd Operations

    DVD/VCD Operations Input signal channels are indicated a few second after detected. (See page 69.) While playing Before playing Available only while playing. Not available while playing with PBC activated. Not available while playing with PBC activated, but available while not playing. Dual Mode indicator (see page 33) SOURCE icon (see pages 14 and 33) PBC indicator (for VCD;...

  • Page 203: Cd/mp3 Operations

    CD/MP3 Operations CD/CD Text Dual Mode indicator (see page 33) SOURCE icon (see pages 14 and 33) Current track no. (for CD) Current folder/track no. (for MP3) Play time information (see page 30) Audio signal format (only for DTS CD) Playback mode (see page 30) Sound mode (see page 39) Surround/DSP mode (see page 36)

  • Page 204: Basic Disc Operations

    Basic Disc Operations Before performing any operations, observe the following... • For DVD playback, change the Setup Menu setting (see page 43). • If “ ” appears on the monitor, the disc cannot accept the operation you have tried. – In some cases, “ ” is not display, but operations will not be accepted.

  • Page 205

    The following marks used in this manual indicate the playable discs. with/without PBC On-screen guide icons During play, the following guide icons may appear for a while on the monitor. • The following guide icons are displayed when “GUIDE” is set to “ON” (see page 48).

  • Page 206: Changing The Aspect Ratio

    Changing the aspect ratio You can change the aspect ratio of the playback pictures. • This function is only possible using the buttons on the main unit or on the remote controller. • Aspect ratio cannot be changed while the GUI operation mode is activated.

  • Page 207: Operating The Disc Menu

    Operating the disc menu Menu-driven playback is possible while playing back a DVD with menu-driven features or a VCD with the PlayBack Control (PBC) function. While playing a DVD: DVD discs generally have their own menus or title lists. A title list (TOP MENU) usually contains titles of movies and songs recorded.

  • Page 208: Replaying The Previous Scenes

    When using the number buttons on the remote controller • To select number 5, press 5. • To select number 10, press 10. • To select number 23, press +10, +10, then 3. To cancel the PBC playback You can cancel the menu-driven operations (PBC function) using the remote controller.

  • Page 209: Selecting Subtitles

    Selecting subtitles While playing a chapter containing subtitles in different languages, you can select the subtitle language to display on the monitor. • You can also select the subtitle language using SETUP menu (see page 44). Select a subtitle language you want. 1/3 ENGLISH 2/3 FRENCH 3/3 SPANISH...

  • Page 210: Selecting Multi-angle Views

    When playing VCD: STEREO LEFT • STEREO: To listen to normal stereo (left/ right) playback. • LEFT: To listen to the left audio channel. • RIGHT: To listen to the right audio channel. Selecting multi-angle views While playing a disc containing multi-angle views, you can view the same scene at different angles.

  • Page 211: Locating A Folder/track Using The List

    Locating a folder/track using the list To locate a folder by displaying the folder list • This functions only for MP3. Select a folder you want. Current track name or ID3 Tag To locate a track by displaying the track list Select a track you want.

  • Page 212: Displaying The Disc Text Information

    Displaying the disc text information With Auto Scroll or Scroll selected, you can display the text and scroll it on the monitor if it is long and cannot be displayed at a time. (For CD) Scroll • Scroll: Text on the information area scrolls once.

  • Page 213: Searching For Scenes Or Songs

    Random Play You can play back tracks at random. When playing VCD/CD: RANDOM PLAY DISC RANDOM PLAY OFF When playing MP3: RANDOM PLAY FOLDER RANDOM PLAY DISC RANDOM PLAY OFF RANDOM PLAY • DISC: Plays randomly all tracks on the disc.

  • Page 214

    Enter a number, then confirm. Ex. when playing DVD: Clear the entry. When using the number buttons on the remote controller • To select number 5, press 5. • To select number 10, press 10. • To select number 23, press +10, +10, then 3. You cannot select folder using the remote controller.

  • Page 215: Dual Mode Operations

    Dual Mode Operations You can play back two different sources as the main source (MAIN) and subsidiary source (SUB). You can listen to the main source through the speakers, while the subsidiary source through the monitor inserted into the cradle or the one connected to the AV OUTPUT jacks.

  • Page 216: Adjusting Av Output Volume

    Adjusting AV OUTPUT volume Select an appropriate volume level for the component connected to the AV OUTPUT jacks on the hideaway unit. • This functions without respect to the Dual Mode setting. Adjust the AV output volume. It does not appear for some sources. It will be shaded when not available.

  • Page 217: Surround Mode Operations

    Surround Mode Operations Activate and select the surround mode or DSP mode. Make adjustment if you want to. • If neither surround mode nor DSP mode is activated, you cannot make adjustment. When surround mode is activated: It does not appear for some sources. It will be shaded when not available.

  • Page 218: Introducing Surround/dsp Mode

    Introducing surround/DSP mode Surround modes Dolby Digital Dolby Digital is a digital signal compression method, developed by Dolby Laboratories, and enables multi-channel encoding and decoding (1ch up to 5.1ch). Dolby Digital 5.1 CH Dolby Digital 5.1 CH encoding method records and digitally compresses the left front channel, right front channel, center channel, left surround channel, right surround channel, and...

  • Page 219: Turning On And Off The Surround/dsp Mode

    Turning on and off the surround/ DSP mode You can use surround or Digital Signal Processor (DSP) mode while playing any source. However, when playing a multi-channel encoded disc, you cannot apply DSP mode to the playback sounds. • When “AUTO SURROUND” is set to “ON” (initial setting when shipped from factory), an appropriate surround mode is automatically selected without any setting operation (see...

  • Page 220

    Adjust the selected surround or DSP mode. When surround mode is activated: : Selected automatically when multi- channel DTS signal is detected (while playing a DVD or a DTS CD). No further adjustment is allowed. : Selected automatically when multi- channel Dolby Digital signal is detected (while playing a DVD).

  • Page 221: Sound Modes (ieq) Operations

    Sound Modes (iEQ) Operations The following operations are only possible for the main source when using Dual Mode. Select one of the preset sound (iEQ) modes (then make adjustment if you want to make your own sound mode). Select sound modes.

  • Page 222: Selecting Preset Sound Modes

    Selecting preset sound modes You can select a sound mode suitable to the music genre. Available sound modes: • HARD ROCK / R&B / POP / JAZZ / DANCE / COUNTRY / REGGAE / CLASSIC • USER1 / USER2 / USER3 •...

  • Page 223: Other Sound Adjustments

    Other Sound Adjustments Fader/Balance adjustments is only possible for the main source when using Dual Mode. Make adjustment as you like. To adjust the input level This setting is required for each source except FM. Once you have made an adjustment, the volume level will automatically changes by adjusted level whenever you change the source.

  • Page 224: Monitor Adjustments

    Monitor Adjustments When no playback picture from the source is displayed, you can only adjust the brightness. Display SCREEN CONTROL screen. Hold On the main unit Select an item to adjust. Adjust the item. Ex. When adjusting “BRIGHT.” When you adjust the monitor, either “RECEIVER”...

  • Page 225: Initial Setup-dvd Menu

    Initial Setup—DVD MENU You can preset the initial disc playback conditions. • While playing, no change can be made on the DVD Menu. Select the item you want. Change the setting. • For details, see the following pages. Ex. When setting “MONITOR TYPE.” It does not appear for some sources.

  • Page 226

    MENU LANGUAGE Select the menu language. AUDIO LANGUAGE Select the audio language. SUBTITLE Select the subtitle language. To erase the subtitle, select “OFF.” If the language you want is not listed for the language menu list See page 75 to find the language codes. Move the cursor position.

  • Page 227: Initial Setup-monitor

    Initial Setup—MONITOR You can preset the initial monitor conditions. Select the item you want. Change the setting. • For details, see the following pages. Ex. When setting “BEEP TONE” to “OFF.” It does not appear for some sources. It will be shaded when not available. See page 13.

  • Page 228

    AUTO OPEN/CLOSE • AUTO: The monitor comes out* or goes in automatically when you turn on or off the power. • OFF: Cancels this function. * If you close the monitor before turning off the power, the monitor will not come out next time you turn on the power.

  • Page 229: Initial Setup-on Screen

    Initial Setup—ON SCREEN You can preset the initial on-screen conditions. Select the item you want. Change the setting. • For details, see the following pages. Ex. When setting “CLOCK” to “OFF.” It does not appear for some sources. It will be shaded when not available. See page 13.

  • Page 230

    ON SCREEN LANGUAGE You can select the language for this Setup Menu and some of the messages displayed on the monitor. GUIDE • ON: On-screen guide icons (see page 23) are displayed on the monitor while operating the built-in disc player. –...

  • Page 231: Initial Setup-audio Menu/psm

    Initial Setup—AUDIO MENU/PSM You can preset the initial audio-related conditions and Preferred Setting Modes (PSM). • You cannot select “AUDIO MENU” when the subsidiary source operation screen is displayed on the monitor (with Dual Mode turned on; see page 33). Select the item you want.

  • Page 232

    AUTO SURROUND You can activate an appropriate surround mode automatically when a loaded disc is detected. • ON: An appropriate surround/DSP mode is automatically selected. While Dolby Digital multi-channel signals are detected, “Dolby Digital” is automatically selected. While DTS multi-channel signals are detected, “DTS”...

  • Page 233

    D (Dynamic). RANGE COMPRESSION You can enjoy a powerful sound even at a low volume level by compressing dynamic range (difference between the lowest and the highest frequency sounds). • This takes effect for all the playback sources. • OFF: Select when you want to enjoy playback with its full dynamic range (no effect applied).

  • Page 234

    AV2 INPUT SELECT You can determine the use of AV INPUT 2 jacks on the hideaway unit—select either “VIDEO” or “CAMERA.” • When the playback source is “AV2,” this setting cannot be changed. • VIDEO: The source “AV2” works for viewing the playback picture through the component connected to the AV INPUT 2...

  • Page 235: Other Main Functions

    Other Main Functions Assigning titles to the sources Roman alphabet list Alternates between upper and lower cases. Backspace Moves the cursor position. (Erase the last entry) Upper cases Lower cases Confirm the entered name. Erase all entered character. Accented characters: Upper cases Display the other page of the character list of the same type.

  • Page 236

    You can assign titles to 30 FM/AM, 30 TV stations, and 40 CDs (both in this unit and in the CD changer). Source Maximum character number Stations: CDs: • You cannot assign a title to CD Text and MP3 discs. •...

  • Page 237: Changing The Monitor Position/angle

    Changing the monitor position/ angle You can change the monitor position and the monitor angle. • Once you change them, they are stored. The monitor opens at the stored position and angle, next time you eject the monitor. To change the monitor position On the main unit To change the monitor angle MAIN...

  • Page 238: Cd Changer Operations

    CD Changer Operations Volume level appears when adjusted. CD/CD Text Dual Mode indicator (see page 33) SOURCE icon (see pages 14 and 33) Current disc/folder/track no. Elapsed playing time Playback mode Sound mode (see page 39) Surround/DSP mode (see page 36) Back to the beginning Disc text/ID3 tag information area...

  • Page 239: Basic Cd Changer Operations

    Ex. While playing CD/CD Text* Ex. While playing MP3 It is recommended to use the JVC MP3-compatible CD changer with your unit. • You can also connect the CH-X series CD changers (except CH-X99 and CH-X100). However, they are not compatible with MP3 discs, so you cannot play back MP3 discs.

  • Page 240: Advanced Cd Changer Operations

    Advanced CD Changer Operations Selecting disc/folders/tracks You can select the disc, (folder: only for MP3,) and tracks using the buttons on the main unit. DISC When using the remote controller You can directly select the disc number by pressing the corresponding number buttons (1 – 12).

  • Page 241: Displaying The Disc Text Information

    Select a folder you want. Current track name or ID3 Tag Shaded when no MP3 files are included. You cannot select this folder. To locate a track by displaying the track list Example: while playing MP3. Select a track you want. Current folder name or ID3 Tag (for MP3) Disc name (for CD) or CD Text Displaying the disc text...

  • Page 242: Selecting Playback Modes

    Selecting playback modes You can use only one of the following playback modes at a time—Repeat Play, Random Play, and Intro Scan. Repeat Play You can repeat playback. • Repeat Play cannot be deactivated. Only for MP3 When playing CD: REPEAT PLAY TRACK REPEAT PLAY OFF When playing MP3:...

  • Page 243: Searching For Songs

    Intro Scan You can play back the first 15 seconds of each track sequentially. Only for MP3 When playing CD: INTRO SCAN TRACK INTRO SCAN DISC INTRO SCAN OFF When playing MP3: INTRO SCAN TRACK INTRO SCAN FOLDER INTRO SCAN OFF INTRO SCAN DISC INTRO SCAN •...

  • Page 244: External Component Operations

    External Component Operations You can connect two video components as the playback components and an optional TV tuner unit (KV-C1000/KV-C1001). • When you connect the video camera as a rear view camera to the AV INPUT 2 jacks to guide you to back the car, set the usage of the AV INPUT 2 jacks correctly (see page 52).

  • Page 245: Tv Tuner Operations

    TV Tuner Operations Volume level appears when adjusted. Back to the beginning Dual Mode indicator (see page 33) SOURCE icon (see pages 14 and 33) Current preset no. Channel no. Search mode Sound mode (see page 39) Surround/DSP mode (see page 36) Playback picture will be shown in the picture view window.

  • Page 246: Watching Tv Programs

    Watching TV programs Only for TV tuner unit KV-C1001 users: Before watching TV, select the area (see page 52). • To tune in to a station using Preset Search, first store your favorite TV stations into memory (12 stations). Select TV then Select Search Mode AUTO:...

  • Page 247

    Manual presetting Tune into a TV station. then Select “MANUAL” (or “AUTO”). Store the station into a preset number. then To select the rest of the preset stations Preset station information will be displayed. To tune in to a preset station •...

  • Page 248: Displaying The Preset List

    Displaying the preset list You can store and select the preset station using the preset list on the monitor screen. To select a preset station using the preset list • Preset numbers, channel numbers and assigned names (see page 53) of the preset TV stations are shown on the list.

  • Page 249: Maintenance

    Maintenance How to clean the monitor When removing stains or dust on the surface, turn off the monitor, then wipe with dry soft cloth. • Be careful not to scratch the surface when wiping it. • Do not use the following materials to clean the monitor: –...

  • Page 250: More About This Receiver

    More about This Receiver Operation Methods • Touch Panel screen goes off if no operations are made on it for about 30 seconds while viewing the playback picture. Basic Operations Turning off the power • If you turn off the power while listening to a disc, disc play will start automatically, next time you turn on the power.

  • Page 251

    • The speaker/signal indicators appear in the following cases (only for DVD/CD): – When a different type of the digital signal is detected, or – When you start playback or resume playback from pause. Speaker indicators Signal indicators SUBWFR – The speaker indicators—frames of “L,” “C,”...

  • Page 252

    Notes on MP3 files • This unit can play back MP3 files only with the extension code <.mp3> (regardless of the letter case—upper/lower). • This unit cannot play back the files encoded in the following formats—MP3i, MP3 PRO, Layer 1, Layer 2 format. •...

  • Page 253

    Sound Mode (iEQ) Operations • If you do not want to store your current adjustment, but only to apply the adjustment to the current playback source, press RETURN on the monitor screen to go back to the operation screen of the current source. Adjustment you made remains effective until you select a sound mode.

  • Page 254: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting What appears to be trouble is not always serious. Check the following points before calling a service center. General • Sound is sometimes interrupted. ] You are driving on rough roads. Stop playback while driving on rough roads. ] Disc is scratched. •...

  • Page 255

    • Noise is generated. ] The current track is not an MP3 file (although it has the extension code— <.mp3>). • Elapsed playing time is not correct. ] This sometimes occurs during play. This is caused by how the tracks are recorded on the disc.

  • Page 256: Additional Information

    Additional Information Preset iEQ mode The table below shows the preset frequency level settings for each iEQ mode. Sound Mode 100 Hz FLAT HARD ROCK R&B JAZZ DANCE COUNTRY REGGAE CLASSIC USER1 USER2 USER3 Graphic screens You can select one of the following graphic screens. For details, see page 14. You can activate the display demonstration.

  • Page 257

    LANGUAGE CODES Code Language Afar Abkhazian Afrikaans Ameharic Arabic Assamese Aymara Azerbaijani Bashkir Byelorussian Bulgarian Bihari Bislama Bengali, Bangla Tibetan Breton Catalan Corsican Czech Welsh Danish Bhutani Greek Esperanto Estonian Basque Persian Finnish Fiji Faroese Frisian Irish Scots Gaelic Galician Guarani Gujarati Hausa...

  • Page 258: Specifications

    Specifications Having TROUBLE with operation? Refer to page of How to reset your unit. Main unit AUDIO AMPLIFIER SECTION Maximum Power Output: Front: 50 W per channel Rear: 50 W per channel Center: 35 W Continuous Power Output (RMS): 19 W per channel into 4 Ω, 40 Hz Front: to 20 000 Hz at no more than 0.8% total harmonic distortion.

  • Page 259

    Dimensions (W × H × D): Installation Size: • With sleeve-mounting plate Type B (standard) 182 mm × 52 mm × 165 mm • With sleeve-mounting plate Type A 182 mm × 52 mm × 160 mm Panel Size: 188 mm × 58 mm × 14 mm Mass: 2.25 kg (including monitor) Required space for the monitor ejection...

  • Page 260

    EN, CT, TH 1004MNMMDWJEIN © 2004 Victor Company of Japan, Limited...

  • Page 261

    Notes on electrical connections • Replace the fuse with one of the specified rating. If the fuse blows frequently, consult your JVC car audio dealer. • Maximum input of the speakers should be more than 50 W at the rear, 50 W at the front, and 35 W at the center, with an impedance of 4 Ω...

  • Page 262

    !KV-V8 =KZ-V10 VCR KV-V8 KZ-V10 Antenna cord from the car Use the extension antenna cord (supplied) !"#$ if necessary. !"#$%&'()*+,-./0 : These products are optionally available from JVC. !"JVC !" Hideaway unit 2nd monitor Center speaker See “ !" “...

  • Page 263

    The following illustration shows a typical installation. However, you should make adjustments corresponding to your specific car. If you have any questions or require information regarding installation kits, consult your JVC car audio dealer or a company supplying kits. Å...

  • Page 264

    ENGLISH Ç Electrical connections Before connecting... • Make sure that the antenna cord from the car is connected to the hideaway unit (see page 2). If the antenna cord is not long enough, use the extension antenna cord (supplied). • Check the wiring in the car carefully. Incorrect connection may cause serious damage to the units.

  • Page 265

    Connecting the parking brake wire Connect the parking brake wire to the parking brake system built in the car. Parking brake !" Parking brake switch (inside the car) !"#$%&' () How to connect the crimp connector Wire connecting the battery and the parking brake switch. !"#$%&'()* +, Attach the parking brake wire (light green) to this point.

  • Page 266

    • Disconnect the speakers from the hideaway unit, connect them to the amplifier. Leave the speaker leads of the unit unused. Front speakers !" INPUT JVC Amplifier !" Rear speakers !" INPUT JVC Amplifier !" Firmly attach the ground wire to the metallic body or to the chassis of the car—to the place uncoated with paint (if coated...

  • Page 267

    DVD RECEIVER WITH MONITOR KD-AV7008 • This unit is equipped with the display demonstration. To cancel it, see page 14. For installation and connections, refer to the separate manual. INSTRUCTIONS MAIN ZOOM DUAL AVOUT VOL ASPECT MENU TOPMENU RETURN SET UP DISC TUNER 11 / 0...

  • Page 268

    • Stop the car before performing any complicated operations. Thank you for purchasing a JVC product. CAUTIONS: • Do not insert any disc of unusual shape— like a heart or flower; otherwise, it will cause a malfunction.

  • Page 269

    WARNINGS • DO NOT install any unit in locations where; – it may obstruct the steering wheel and gearshift lever operations, as this may result in a traffic accident. – it may obstruct the operation of safety devices such as air bags, as this may result in a fatal accident.

  • Page 270

    Contents How to reset your unit ... 2 Important! (How to read this manual) ... 3 Introduction—Playable Discs ... 5 Quick Guide—How to Use the Controls ... 6 Remote controller ... 6 Main unit (front) ... 8 Preparation (Remote Controller—RM-RK220) ... 9 Operation Methods ...

  • Page 271: Introduction-playable Discs

    Introduction—Playable Discs Discs you can play You can play back the following discs on this unit: • DVD Video: whose video format is NTSC or PAL and whose region code is “4.” –DVD-Rs and DVD-RWs recorded in the DVD-Video format can also be played (see page 69).

  • Page 272: Quick Guide-how To Use The Controls

    Quick Guide—How to Use the Controls Remote controller ASPECT MENU SET UP DISC TUNER 11 / 0 VOLUME *1 When using Dual Mode, the remote controller operates either main or sub source depending on the MAIN/SUB setting. *2 Only for MP3 *3 While playing a DVD, chapter is selected;...

  • Page 273

    Tuner operations Buttons To do: TUNER Select the band. Start Auto Search. Start Manual Search. Change preset numbers. Select preset numbers directly. Disc operations Buttons To do: Play. Pause. Stop. Select chapters/tracks. Search. Selects folders. * then Select tracks. * then Search.

  • Page 274: Main Unit (front)

    Main unit (front) General operations Buttons To do: Turn on the main unit. Turn off the main unit. Attenuate sounds. Change the sources. (If power is off, it comes on.) Adjust the volume. Change the display information. Detach the control panel. Tuner operations Buttons To do:...

  • Page 275: Preparation (remote Controller-rm-rk220)

    Preparation (Remote Controller—RM-RK220) (back side) With the + side facing upwards Lithium coin battery (CR2025) CAUTION: DO NOT leave the remote controller in a place (such as dashboards) exposed to direct sunlight for a long time. Otherwise, it may be damaged. WARNINGS on the battery: •...

  • Page 276: Operation Methods

    Operation Methods You can operate this unit using three types of operation methods. • This instruction manual explains the operations mainly using the Touch Panel Icons shown on the monitor. • Using the Touch Panel Icons directly (See “BLIND CONTROL” on page 46.) Press the Touch Panel Icons with your finger directly (if you wear a glove, take it off).

  • Page 277

    • Using the Graphic User Interface (GUI) from the remote controller You can use the Graphic User Interface in the same way as you touch the panel icons. Examples: SET UP Display GUI on the monitor (the cursor—yellow frame— appears around the currently selected icon).

  • Page 278: Basic Operations

    Basic Operations CAUTION on the monitor : Do not open or close the monitor by hand. Do not apply any force to the monitor while it is moving. Such a behavior may damage the monitor loading mechanism. For turning on the power, use the buttons on the main unit and the remote controller.

  • Page 279: Setting The Clock

    Setting the clock You can also set the clock system to 24 hours or 12 hours. While playing any source... • If the touch panel icons are not shown on the monitor, touch the center portion of the monitor screen. Set the clock time.

  • Page 280: Changing The Source

    Changing the source While playing any source... The current source is highlighted. Newly selected source operation screen appears. Other icons Reference pages See page 33. See page 33. See pages 43 – 52. Returns to the previous screen. Changing the graphic screen You can select one of eight graphics in the picture view window.

  • Page 281: Displaying The Level Meter

    Displaying the level meter You can display the level meter on the graphic screen, by selecting from four preset patterns. • While viewing the playback picture or display demonstration, you cannot show the level meter. While playing any source... Ex. While listening to FM broadcast.

  • Page 282: Radio Operations

    Radio Operations Volume level appears when adjusted. Dual Mode indicator (see page 33) SOURCE icon (see pages 14 and 33) Current band/Preset no. Station frequency FM reception mode Search mode Sound mode (see page 39) Surround/DSP mode (see page 36) Available only after pressing “M”...

  • Page 283: Listening To The Radio

    Listening to the Radio • To tune in to a station using Preset Search, first store your favorite stations into memory (6 stations for each band: see page 18). Select the Tuner then Select the band (FM/AM) This receiver has three FM bands (FM1, FM2, FM3).

  • Page 284: Storing Stations In Memory

    Storing stations in memory You can preset 6 stations for each band. FM station automatic presetting—SSM (Strong-station Sequential Memory) • This functions only for FM bands. Select the FM band (FM1 – FM3) you want to store FM stations into. Start SSM.

  • Page 285: Displaying The Preset List

    To tune in to a preset station • See also “Listening to the Radio” on page 17. Displaying the preset list You can store and select the preset stations using the preset list on the monitor screen. To select a preset station using the preset list •...

  • Page 286: Dvd/vcd Operations

    DVD/VCD Operations Input signal channels are indicated a few second after detected. (See page 69.) While playing Before playing Available only while playing. Not available while playing with PBC activated. Not available while playing with PBC activated, but available while not playing. Dual Mode indicator (see page 33) SOURCE icon (see pages 14 and 33) PBC indicator (for VCD;...

  • Page 287: Cd/mp3 Operations

    CD/MP3 Operations CD/CD Text Dual Mode indicator (see page 33) SOURCE icon (see pages 14 and 33) Current track no. (for CD) Current folder/track no. (for MP3) Play time information (see page 30) Audio signal format (only for DTS CD) Playback mode (see page 30) Sound mode (see page 39) Surround/DSP mode (see page 36)

  • Page 288: Basic Disc Operations

    Basic Disc Operations Before performing any operations, observe the following... • For DVD playback, change the Setup Menu setting (see page 43). • If “ ” appears on the monitor, the disc cannot accept the operation you have tried. – In some cases, “ ” is not display, but operations will not be accepted.

  • Page 289

    The following marks used in this manual indicate the playable discs. with/without PBC On-screen guide icons During play, the following guide icons may appear for a while on the monitor. • The following guide icons are displayed when “GUIDE” is set to “ON” (see page 48).

  • Page 290: Changing The Aspect Ratio

    Changing the aspect ratio You can change the aspect ratio of the playback pictures. • This function is only possible using the buttons on the main unit or on the remote controller. • Aspect ratio cannot be changed while the GUI operation mode is activated.

  • Page 291: Operating The Disc Menu

    Operating the disc menu Menu-driven playback is possible while playing back a DVD with menu-driven features or a VCD with the PlayBack Control (PBC) function. While playing a DVD: DVD discs generally have their own menus or title lists. A title list (TOP MENU) usually contains titles of movies and songs recorded.

  • Page 292: Replaying The Previous Scenes

    When using the number buttons on the remote controller • To select number 5, press 5. • To select number 10, press 10. • To select number 23, press +10, +10, then 3. To cancel the PBC playback You can cancel the menu-driven operations (PBC function) using the remote controller.

  • Page 293: Selecting Subtitles

    Selecting subtitles While playing a chapter containing subtitles in different languages, you can select the subtitle language to display on the monitor. • You can also select the subtitle language using SETUP menu (see page 44). Select a subtitle language you want. 1/3 ENGLISH 2/3 FRENCH 3/3 SPANISH...

  • Page 294: Selecting Multi-angle Views

    When playing VCD: STEREO LEFT • STEREO: To listen to normal stereo (left/ right) playback. • LEFT: To listen to the left audio channel. • RIGHT: To listen to the right audio channel. Selecting multi-angle views While playing a disc containing multi-angle views, you can view the same scene at different angles.

  • Page 295: Locating A Folder/track Using The List

    Locating a folder/track using the list To locate a folder by displaying the folder list • This functions only for MP3. Select a folder you want. Current track name or ID3 Tag To locate a track by displaying the track list Select a track you want.

  • Page 296: Displaying The Disc Text Information

    Displaying the disc text information With Auto Scroll or Scroll selected, you can display the text and scroll it on the monitor if it is long and cannot be displayed at a time. (For CD) Scroll • Scroll: Text on the information area scrolls once.

  • Page 297: Searching For Scenes Or Songs

    Random Play You can play back tracks at random. When playing VCD/CD: RANDOM PLAY DISC RANDOM PLAY OFF When playing MP3: RANDOM PLAY FOLDER RANDOM PLAY DISC RANDOM PLAY OFF RANDOM PLAY • DISC: Plays randomly all tracks on the disc.

  • Page 298

    Enter a number, then confirm. Ex. when playing DVD: Clear the entry. When using the number buttons on the remote controller • To select number 5, press 5. • To select number 10, press 10. • To select number 23, press +10, +10, then 3. You cannot select folder using the remote controller.

  • Page 299: Dual Mode Operations

    Dual Mode Operations You can play back two different sources as the main source (MAIN) and subsidiary source (SUB). You can listen to the main source through the speakers, while the subsidiary source through the monitor inserted into the cradle or the one connected to the AV OUTPUT jacks.

  • Page 300: Adjusting Av Output Volume

    Adjusting AV OUTPUT volume Select an appropriate volume level for the component connected to the AV OUTPUT jacks on the hideaway unit. • This functions without respect to the Dual Mode setting. Adjust the AV output volume. It does not appear for some sources. It will be shaded when not available.

  • Page 301: Surround Mode Operations

    Surround Mode Operations Activate and select the surround mode or DSP mode. Make adjustment if you want to. • If neither surround mode nor DSP mode is activated, you cannot make adjustment. When surround mode is activated: It does not appear for some sources. It will be shaded when not available.

  • Page 302: Introducing Surround/dsp Mode

    Introducing surround/DSP mode Surround modes Dolby Digital Dolby Digital is a digital signal compression method, developed by Dolby Laboratories, and enables multi-channel encoding and decoding (1ch up to 5.1ch). Dolby Digital 5.1 CH Dolby Digital 5.1 CH encoding method records and digitally compresses the left front channel, right front channel, center channel, left surround channel, right surround channel, and...

  • Page 303: Turning On And Off The Surround/dsp Mode

    Turning on and off the surround/ DSP mode You can use surround or Digital Signal Processor (DSP) mode while playing any source. However, when playing a multi-channel encoded disc, you cannot apply DSP mode to the playback sounds. • When “AUTO SURROUND” is set to “ON” (initial setting when shipped from factory), an appropriate surround mode is automatically selected without any setting operation (see...

  • Page 304

    Adjust the selected surround or DSP mode. When surround mode is activated: : Selected automatically when multi- channel DTS signal is detected (while playing a DVD or a DTS CD). No further adjustment is allowed. : Selected automatically when multi- channel Dolby Digital signal is detected (while playing a DVD).

  • Page 305: Sound Modes (ieq) Operations

    Sound Modes (iEQ) Operations The following operations are only possible for the main source when using Dual Mode. Select one of the preset sound (iEQ) modes (then make adjustment if you want to make your own sound mode). Select sound modes.

  • Page 306: Selecting Preset Sound Modes

    Selecting preset sound modes You can select a sound mode suitable to the music genre. Available sound modes: • HARD ROCK / R&B / POP / JAZZ / DANCE / COUNTRY / REGGAE / CLASSIC • USER1 / USER2 / USER3 •...

  • Page 307: Other Sound Adjustments

    Other Sound Adjustments Fader/Balance adjustments is only possible for the main source when using Dual Mode. Make adjustment as you like. To adjust the input level This setting is required for each source except FM. Once you have made an adjustment, the volume level will automatically changes by adjusted level whenever you change the source.

  • Page 308: Monitor Adjustments

    Monitor Adjustments When no playback picture from the source is displayed, you can only adjust the brightness. Display SCREEN CONTROL screen. Hold On the main unit Select an item to adjust. Adjust the item. Ex. When adjusting “BRIGHT.” When you adjust the monitor, either “RECEIVER”...

  • Page 309: Initial Setup-dvd Menu

    Initial Setup—DVD MENU You can preset the initial disc playback conditions. • While playing, no change can be made on the DVD Menu. Select the item you want. Change the setting. • For details, see the following pages. Ex. When setting “MONITOR TYPE.” It does not appear for some sources.

  • Page 310

    MENU LANGUAGE Select the menu language. AUDIO LANGUAGE Select the audio language. SUBTITLE Select the subtitle language. To erase the subtitle, select “OFF.” If the language you want is not listed for the language menu list See page 75 to find the language codes. Move the cursor position.

  • Page 311: Initial Setup-monitor

    Initial Setup—MONITOR You can preset the initial monitor conditions. Select the item you want. Change the setting. • For details, see the following pages. Ex. When setting “BEEP TONE” to “OFF.” It does not appear for some sources. It will be shaded when not available. See page 13.

  • Page 312

    AUTO OPEN/CLOSE • AUTO: The monitor comes out* or goes in automatically when you turn on or off the power. • OFF: Cancels this function. * If you close the monitor before turning off the power, the monitor will not come out next time you turn on the power.

  • Page 313: Initial Setup-on Screen

    Initial Setup—ON SCREEN You can preset the initial on-screen conditions. Select the item you want. Change the setting. • For details, see the following pages. Ex. When setting “CLOCK” to “OFF.” It does not appear for some sources. It will be shaded when not available. See page 13.

  • Page 314

    ON SCREEN LANGUAGE You can select the language for this Setup Menu and some of the messages displayed on the monitor. GUIDE • ON: On-screen guide icons (see page 23) are displayed on the monitor while operating the built-in disc player. –...

  • Page 315: Initial Setup-audio Menu/psm

    Initial Setup—AUDIO MENU/PSM You can preset the initial audio-related conditions and Preferred Setting Modes (PSM). • You cannot select “AUDIO MENU” when the subsidiary source operation screen is displayed on the monitor (with Dual Mode turned on; see page 33). Select the item you want.

  • Page 316

    AUTO SURROUND You can activate an appropriate surround mode automatically when a loaded disc is detected. • ON: An appropriate surround/DSP mode is automatically selected. While Dolby Digital multi-channel signals are detected, “Dolby Digital” is automatically selected. While DTS multi-channel signals are detected, “DTS”...

  • Page 317

    D (Dynamic). RANGE COMPRESSION You can enjoy a powerful sound even at a low volume level by compressing dynamic range (difference between the lowest and the highest frequency sounds). • This takes effect for all the playback sources. • OFF: Select when you want to enjoy playback with its full dynamic range (no effect applied).

  • Page 318

    AV2 INPUT SELECT You can determine the use of AV INPUT 2 jacks on the hideaway unit—select either “VIDEO” or “CAMERA.” • When the playback source is “AV2,” this setting cannot be changed. • VIDEO: The source “AV2” works for viewing the playback picture through the component connected to the AV INPUT 2...

  • Page 319: Other Main Functions

    Other Main Functions Assigning titles to the sources Roman alphabet list Alternates between upper and lower cases. Backspace Moves the cursor position. (Erase the last entry.) Upper cases Lower cases Confirm the entered name. Erase all entered character. Accented characters: Upper cases Display the other page of the character list of the same type.

  • Page 320

    You can assign titles to 30 FM/AM, 30 TV stations, and 40 CDs (both in this unit and in the CD changer). Source Maximum character number Stations: CDs: • You cannot assign a title to CD Text and MP3 discs. •...

  • Page 321: Changing The Monitor Position/angle

    Changing the monitor position/ angle You can change the monitor position and the monitor angle. • Once you change them, they are stored. The monitor opens at the stored position and angle, next time you eject the monitor. To change the monitor position On the main unit To change the monitor angle MAIN...

  • Page 322: Cd Changer Operations

    CD Changer Operations Volume level appears when adjusted. CD/CD Text Dual Mode indicator (see page 33) SOURCE icon (see pages 14 and 33) Current disc/folder/track no. Elapsed playing time Playback mode Sound mode (see page 39) Surround/DSP mode (see page 36) Back to the beginning Disc text/ID3 tag information area...

  • Page 323: Basic Cd Changer Operations

    Ex. While playing CD/CD Text* Ex. While playing MP3 It is recommended to use the JVC MP3-compatible CD changer with your unit. • You can also connect the CH-X series CD changers (except CH-X99 and CH-X100). However, they are not compatible with MP3 discs, so you cannot play back MP3 discs.

  • Page 324: Advanced Cd Changer Operations

    Advanced CD Changer Operations Selecting disc/folders/tracks You can select the disc, (folder: only for MP3,) and tracks using the buttons on the main unit. DISC When using the remote controller You can directly select the disc number by pressing the corresponding number buttons (1 – 12).

  • Page 325: Displaying The Disc Text Information

    Select a folder you want. Current track name or ID3 Tag Shaded when no MP3 files are included. You cannot select this folder. To locate a track by displaying the track list Example: while playing MP3. Select a track you want. Current folder name or ID3 Tag (for MP3) Disc name (for CD) or CD Text Displaying the disc text...

  • Page 326: Selecting Playback Modes

    Selecting playback modes You can use only one of the following playback modes at a time—Repeat Play, Random Play, and Intro Scan. Repeat Play You can repeat playback. • Repeat Play cannot be deactivated. Only for MP3 When playing CD: REPEAT PLAY TRACK REPEAT PLAY OFF When playing MP3:...

  • Page 327: Searching For Songs

    Intro Scan You can play back the first 15 seconds of each track sequentially. Only for MP3 When playing CD: INTRO SCAN TRACK INTRO SCAN DISC INTRO SCAN OFF When playing MP3: INTRO SCAN TRACK INTRO SCAN FOLDER INTRO SCAN OFF INTRO SCAN DISC INTRO SCAN •...

  • Page 328: External Component Operations

    External Component Operations You can connect two video components as the playback components and an optional TV tuner unit (KV-C1008). • When you connect the video camera as a rear view camera to the AV INPUT 2 jacks to guide you to back the car, set the usage of the AV INPUT 2 jacks correctly (see page 52).

  • Page 329: Tv Tuner Operations

    TV Tuner Operations Volume level appears when adjusted. Back to the beginning Dual Mode indicator (see page 33) SOURCE icon (see pages 14 and 33) Current preset no. Channel no. Search mode Sound mode (see page 39) Surround/DSP mode (see page 36) Playback picture will be shown in the picture view window.

  • Page 330: Watching Tv Programs

    Watching TV programs Before watching TV, select the area where you use the optional TV tuner unit (KV-C1008)— see page 52. • To tune in to a station using Preset Search, first store your favorite TV stations into memory (12 stations). Select TV then Select Search Mode...

  • Page 331

    Manual presetting Tune in to a TV station. then Select “MANUAL” (or “AUTO”). Store the station into a preset number. then To select the rest of the preset stations Preset station information will be displayed. To tune in to a preset station •...

  • Page 332: Displaying The Preset List

    Displaying the preset list You can store and select the preset station using the preset list on the monitor screen. To select a preset station using the preset list • Preset numbers, channel numbers and assigned names (see page 53) of the preset TV stations are shown on the list.

  • Page 333: Maintenance

    Maintenance How to clean the monitor When removing stains or dust on the surface, turn off the monitor, then wipe with dry soft cloth. • Be careful not to scratch the surface when wiping it. • Do not use the following materials to clean the monitor: –...

  • Page 334: More About This Receiver

    More about This Receiver Operation Methods • Touch Panel screen goes off if no operations are made on it for about 30 seconds while viewing the playback picture. Basic Operations Turning on the power • By pressing SOURCE on the main unit, you can also turn on the power.

  • Page 335

    • The speaker/signal indicators appear in the following cases (only for DVD/CD): – When a different type of the digital signal is detected, or – When you start playback or resume playback from pause. Speaker indicators Signal indicators SUBWFR – The speaker indicators—frames of “L,” “C,”...

  • Page 336

    Notes on MP3 files • This unit can play back MP3 files only with the extension code <.mp3> (regardless of the letter case—upper/lower). • This unit cannot play back the files encoded in the following formats—MP3i, MP3 PRO, Layer 1, Layer 2 format. •...

  • Page 337

    Sound Mode (iEQ) Operations • If you do not want to store your current adjustment, but only to apply the adjustment to the current playback source, press RETURN on the monitor screen to go back to the operation screen of the current source. Adjustment you made remains effective until you select a sound mode.

  • Page 338: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting What appears to be trouble is not always serious. Check the following points before calling a service center. General • Sound is sometimes interrupted. ] You are driving on rough roads. Stop playback while driving on rough roads. ] Disc is scratched. •...

  • Page 339

    • Noise is generated. ] The current track is not an MP3 file (although it has the extension code— <.mp3>). • Elapsed playing time is not correct. ] This sometimes occurs during play. This is caused by how the tracks are recorded on the disc.

  • Page 340: Additional Information

    Additional Information Preset iEQ mode The table below shows the preset frequency level settings for each iEQ mode. Sound Mode 100 Hz FLAT HARD ROCK R&B JAZZ DANCE COUNTRY REGGAE CLASSIC USER1 USER2 USER3 Graphic screens You can select one of the following graphic screens. For details, see page 14. You can activate the display demonstration.

  • Page 341

    LANGUAGE CODES Code Language Afar Abkhazian Afrikaans Ameharic Arabic Assamese Aymara Azerbaijani Bashkir Byelorussian Bulgarian Bihari Bislama Bengali, Bangla Tibetan Breton Catalan Corsican Czech Welsh Danish Bhutani Greek Esperanto Estonian Basque Persian Finnish Fiji Faroese Frisian Irish Scots Gaelic Galician Guarani Gujarati Hausa...

  • Page 342: Specifications

    Specifications Main unit AUDIO AMPLIFIER SECTION Maximum Power Output: Front: 50 W per channel Rear: 50 W per channel Center: 35 W Continuous Power Output (RMS): 19 W per channel into 4 Ω, 40 Hz Front: to 20 000 Hz at no more than 0.8% total harmonic distortion.

  • Page 343

    Dimensions (W × H × D): Installation Size: • With sleeve-mounting plate Type B (standard) 182 mm × 52 mm × 165 mm • With sleeve-mounting plate Type A 182 mm × 52 mm × 160 mm Panel Size: 188 mm × 58 mm × 14 mm Mass: 2.25 kg (including monitor) Required space for the monitor ejection...

  • Page 344

    Having TROUBLE with operation? Please reset your unit. Refer to page of How to reset your unit. 1004MNMMDWJEIN © 2004 Victor Company of Japan, Limited...

  • Page 345

    Notes on electrical connections • Replace the fuse with one of the specified rating. If the fuse blows frequently, consult your JVC car audio dealer. • Maximum input of the speakers should be more than 50 W at the rear, 50 W at the front, and 35 W at the center, with an impedance of 4 Ω...

  • Page 346

    The following illustration shows a typical installation. However, you should make adjustments corresponding to your specific car. If you have any questions or require information regarding installation kits, consult your JVC car audio dealer or a company supplying kits. Å...

  • Page 347

    ı Installing the hideaway unit (under the front seat) Tapping screws (not supplied) Ç Electrical connections Before connecting... • Make sure that the antenna cord from the car is connected to the hideaway unit (see page 2). If the antenna cord is not long enough, use the extension antenna cord (supplied). •...

  • Page 348

    • Disconnect the speakers from the hideaway unit, connect them to the amplifier. Leave the speaker leads of the unit unused. Front speakers FM / AM ANTENNA AUDIO VIDEO AV INPUT 1 INPUT JVC Amplifier MULTIMEDIA DVD/CD RECEIVER WITH REMOVABLE MONITOR HIDEAWAY UNIT KD-AV7008 AV OUTPUT FRONT VIDEO AUDIO Rear speakers INPUT JVC Amplifier Firmly attach the ground wire to the metallic body or to the chassis of the car—to the place uncoated with paint (if coated with...

  • Page 349

    Référez-vous au manuel d’instructions fourni avec le KD-AV7000/KD-AV7001/KD-AV7008. Italiano Svenska Tack för att du köpt en JVC produkt. Var snäll och läs noga alla instruktioner innan du använder den, så att du vet hur den ska skötas och kan få ut mesta möjliga av den.

  • Page 350

    • Om handbromsen inte är åtdragen, visas “DRIVER MUST NOT WATCH THE MONITOR WHILE DRIVING.” (Föraren får inte titta på skärmen under bilkörning) i teckenfönstret, och ingen spelbild visas (se bruksanvisningen för KD-AV7000/ KD-AV7001/KD-AV7008). Specifikationer Skärmstorlek: 7 tums bred LCD-skärm...

  • Page 351

    LVT1253-003A Moniteur à écran large 7 pouces détachable : Manuel d’instructions English Thank you for purchasing a JVC product. Please read all instructions carefully before operation, to ensure your complete understanding and to obtain the best possible performance from the unit.

  • Page 352

    !" JVC !"#$%&'()*+,#$-./'0123+4567# !"#$%&'( )*+ !"#=JVC= !"=DVD= =KD-AV7005= KV-CR100= !"#$%&'()*+,-./0 =DVD= !"#$%&$'(#)*+=DVD – !"#$%&'()*+",-%./0 • !" !"#$%&'()*+,- "#$%&'()*+./0123456 • !"# !"#$%&'()*+,-./012 • !"#$%&'()*+, !"#$% &'()*=“LOCK” • !"#$%&'()*+,-./012345678 (ON/OFF) !"#$%& – !"#$%&' – !"(ASPECT) !"#$%&'() – !"#$%&'(=ESCREEN CONTROLF – !"#=DVD !"#$%&'()*+,-#$%&'./0&'12 •...

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