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JVC LVT1627-001A Instructions Manual

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HDD NAVIGATION/DVD RECEIVER
NAVEGACIÓN HDD/RECEPTOR DVD
SYSTÈME DE NAVIGATION À DISQUE DUR/RÉCEPTEUR DVD
KD-NX5000
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.
INSTRUCTIONS
MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
MANUEL D'INSTRUCTIONS
For customer Use:
Enter below the Model
No. and Serial No. which
are located on the top or
bottom of the cabinet.
Retain this information
for future reference.
Model No.
Serial No.
LVT1627-001A
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  • Page 1

    Pour l’installation et les raccordements, se référer au manuel séparé. INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES MANUEL D’INSTRUCTIONS For customer Use: Enter below the Model No. and Serial No. which are located on the top or bottom of the cabinet. Retain this information for future reference. Model No. Serial No. LVT1627-001A...

  • Page 2

    Caution: Changes or modifications not approved by JVC could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. Every time you turn on the unit, the screen below appears. Take enough care when operating the unit and make sure safe driving.

  • Page 3

    WARNINGS: To prevent accidents and damage • DO NOT install any unit in locations where: – it may obstruct the steering wheel and gearshift lever operations. – it may obstruct the operation of safety devices such as air bags. – it may obstruct visibility. •...

  • Page 4

    How to reset your unit • Your preset adjustments will also be erased. How to detach/attach the control panel Detaching Attaching How to forcibly eject a disc If a disc cannot be recognized by the unit or cannot be ejected, eject the disc as follows. [Hold] Emergency Eject and No Eject (or Eject OK) appear on the monitor.

  • Page 5

    Cautions on the monitor: • The monitor built in this unit has been produced with high precision, but it may have some ineffective dots. This is inevitable and is not malfunction. • Do not expose the monitor to direct sunlight. For safety...

  • Page 6: Navigation System

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

  • Page 7: Troubleshooting

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

  • Page 8: Initial Settings

    Initial settings When you turn on the unit for the first time, the initial setup screen appears. Follow the procedure below and make necessary settings. Turn on the power. Adjust the following settings. Select an item Proceed to the next setting Back to the previous setting Language Select the language you want for the...

  • Page 9

    Calibration Before using the Navigation System first time, it is required to calibrate the Navigation System. • After deleting the calibration data (☞ [46] Reset Calibration) or changing the installation angle (☞ [46] Installation Angle), calibration is also required. Display the map screen. Display the detail screen and check the connections.

  • Page 10

    Basic operations To turn on the power To turn off the power [Hold] To drop the volume in a moment (ATT) ATT indicator flashes. To restore the sound, press the same button again. To adjust the volume Reset the unit. •...

  • Page 11

    To switch between the map screen and AV screen AV screen Map screen You can always switch between the AV screen and the map screen. This switching does not affect the playback sound of the unit (except while recording an Audio CD) or the guidance function of the Navigation System.

  • Page 12: Menu Operations

    Menu operations To call up a menu Navigation Menus Map screen Destination Menu ☞ [42] Destination Home Return Address Vicinity Previous Information Menu ☞ [42] Information Current Position Traffic Turns List Trip Destination Setup Menu ☞ [43] Setup Guidance Voice Guidance Options Route Options Map Color...

  • Page 13

    Menu screen Remaining time until the menu screen goes off. (Appears only on AV Menu.) Current setting of the selected item. • If items are displayed in gray, you cannot use them now. In this manual, operation of selecting a menu item is instructed as in the example below. Ex.: AV Menu ]Pop...

  • Page 14

    Parts index On the map screen • Turn on the unit. /ATT • Turn off the unit if pressed and held. • Attenuate/restore the sound. Switch to the AV screen. • Change the source. AV/SRC Turn off the AV function if pressed and held. •...

  • Page 15

    On the map screen ∞ • Operate the current source. ☞ [50] • Change the map scale. ☞ [22] • Scroll the map. ☞ [22] • Open/close the control panel. • Change the control panel angle if pressed and held. •...

  • Page 16

    Operations from the remote controller On the map screen Switch to the AV screen. AV/OFF Turn off the AV function if pressed and held. • Change the map view. • Display your current MAP/POS position after scrolling the map. Call up Destination Menu. MENU ☞...

  • Page 17

    Only on the AV screens • Make selections in disc menus. • DISC +/– buttons: Change discs for a CD changer. Disc: Confirm the selection. TOP M DVD/DivX 6: Show the disc menu. ☞ [67] VCD with PBC: Resume PBC playback. ☞ [67] DVD MENU Display the on-screen bar.

  • Page 18: Table Of Contents

    Navigation System 20 Safety instructions for Navigation System 22 Basic operations 24 Registering your home To register your home To go home 26 Starting guidance Setting a destination using Shortcut Menu Setting a destination using Destination Menu To go back to where you started 28 Searching for a place By address POI near a place/route...

  • Page 19

    36 Arranging your route Setting places to stop by Saving and loading routes Avoiding a congestion ahead 38 Registering favorite points Marking your favorite points Editing your favorite points 40 Traffic information on map What is TMC? Checking the traffic information How traffic information is reflected in navigation Subscribing to traffic service 42 Navigation menu items...

  • Page 20: Safety Instructions For Navigation System

    Use of the data is only permitted in this specific JVC system. It is forbidden to extract or make further use of significant parts of the database content, or to duplicate, modify, adapt, translate, analyse, decompile or reverse- engineer any part thereof.

  • Page 21

    At all times, the driver must decide whether or not to heed the information provided. JVC does not accept liability for erroneous data provided by the Navigation System. © 2006 NAVTEQ All rights reserved. When replacing/rotating the tires:...

  • Page 22: Basic Operations

    Basic operations Current position mode —The map scrolls automatically so that your position is always at the center of the map. Switch to the AV screen. Adjust the volume. Change the map view. (☞ next page)/Display your current position. To scroll the map The map scrolls in eight directions.

  • Page 23

    To change the map view The map view changes as follows: Heading Up = 3D Map = North Up Heading Up The map rotates so that you are always displayed heading “upwards.” The direction is displayed with a compass icon 3D Map The map is displayed in “heading up”...

  • Page 24: Registering Your Home

    Registering your home To register your home Register your home or your office, wherever you go often, as Home, so that you can easily set that place as destination. • You can register homes only after calibration is finished. (☞ [9]) If you are at home now, check that your home is displayed at the center of the map.

  • Page 25

    What is Shortcut Menu? On the map screen, you can call up Shortcut Menu by pressing ENT. Shortcut Menu is a gateway to various operations. Map screen To select an icon, press ENT or one of the four keys on the right circle button corresponding to the icon.

  • Page 26: Starting Guidance

    Starting guidance • You can set destinations only after calibration is finished. (☞ [9]) Setting a destination using Shortcut Menu Scroll the map to display the destination at the center of the map. Call up Shortcut Menu. Select [Go Here] The System starts calculating the route to the selected destination, and guidance starts.

  • Page 27: Setting A Destination Using Destination Menu

    Setting a destination using Destination Menu Call up Destination Menu. Select one of the methods to search for your destination. Destination Home* Return** Address Vicinity Previous During guidance, Cancel Guide appears. ** During guidance, Avoid Section appears. • You cannot select the items when they are gray. The information on the search result appears.

  • Page 28: Searching For A Place

    Searching for a place To input names, addresses, or numbers Ex. Input screen for a city name More Enter a space Display other keyboards* Delete the last character * You can also change the keyboard by pressing DISP. For available charactears, ☞ [105]. ** Buttons vary depending on the input item.

  • Page 29: Poi Near A Place/route

    Input the street name. • You can also select the center of the city. (The list of city centers may appear.) You do not have to input the house number in this case. • Select the area to search from the list if Select Area is displayed.

  • Page 30: From Last Destinations

    From last destinations ( Previous You can select a place from the last 50 destinations and via points. Call up Destination Menu. Destination ]Previous The list of previous destinations/via points is displayed. Select a place from the list. To delete items in the list of previous destinations/via points 1 After step 2 above...

  • Page 31: From Your Favorites

    By category and name 1 Select a category (then a sub category if any) of the POI. 2 Input the name of the POI you are looking for. • Inputting characters ☞ [28] 3 Select a POI from the list. Directly by name 1 Input the name of the POI you are looking for.

  • Page 32: How You Are Guided

    How you are guided Destination found 0.7 mi Screen while guided Estimated time of arrival and distance to the destination/ next via point Next turn/ Distance to the next turn To cancel guidance Call up Shortcut Menu. Select [Cancel Guidance] Route calculation Calculating...

  • Page 33

    Guidance at turns When you approach a turn, the System guides you with voice guidance and indications on the screen. • Guidance voice comes out only through the front speakers (and the front line out on the rear). When you do not have to make a turn, the System gives no guidance.

  • Page 34: Getting Information On Your Route And Places

    Getting information on your route and places To see the itinerary and the turns list Map screen Trip Trip Turns list Turns List 500 ft A124 2 mi A2120 2.5 mi xx street 6 mi Z square 7 mi B12 To get information on the destination and via points Call up Information Menu.

  • Page 35: Customizing How You Are Guided

    Call up Shortcut Menu. Select [View Information] If a telephone number is available, you can call to the number through JVC’s Bluetooth adapter. ☞ [86] You can also get information on your current position through Information Menu ] Current Position.

  • Page 36: Arranging Your Route

    Arranging your route Setting places to stop by After selecting your destination, you can select up to nine places (“via points”) to stop by. To add via points After guidance has started... Select a place you want to stop • Searching for a place ☞ [27] Select [Add to Via Point] The System starts calculating the new route, and guidance starts.

  • Page 37: Saving And Loading Routes

    Saving and loading routes You can save up to 50 combinations of destination and via points. You can easily call up your usual route without the trouble of setting destinations. • Each route can contain up to nine via points. To save a route Select your destination (and via points if necessary), and start...

  • Page 38: Registering Favorite Points

    Registering favorite points Just like you mark your friend’s house or a nice Chinese restaurant on your map book, you can register your favorite points in the system. Marking your favorite points • You can register 300 favorite points. • You can register favorite points only when the map scale is 1.2 mile (2.0 km) or more detailed.

  • Page 39

    Select the item you want to edit. The name of the favorite point. Name See the table on the right for the Group available ten groups. Categorize the favorite points so that you can find them easily. The address of the favorite Address point.

  • Page 40: Traffic Information On Map

    Traffic information is supplied from NAVTEQ Traffic RDS. You need to subscribe to the service. (☞ next page) As the traffic announcements are transmitted by FM radio stations, JVC cannot assume responsibility for the completeness or accuracy of the announcements. Traffic information on the map...

  • Page 41: How Traffic Information Is Reflected In Navigation

    ]Traffic Subscription Write down the serial number. Activate your subscription. Access <http://www.jvc-exad.com> on the Internet and get your PIN code. • The serial number written down in step is required to get the PIN code. • Keep your PIN code for future reference.

  • Page 42: Navigation Menu Items

    Navigation menu items Destination Menu Menu items Start guidance to a home. (Appears only while not guided.) ☞ [24] Home Cancels the guidance. (Appears only while guided.) ☞ [24, 26, 32] Cancel Guide Starts guidance to the place where you have started your last guidance. Return (Appears only while not guided.) ☞...

  • Page 43: Setup Menu

    Information Menu (continued) Menu items You can check the connection status. Learning Lv., Angle, GPS Antenna, Gyro, Speed Signal, Connection Parking Brake, Reverse Signal, Illumination, Tel. Muting You can check the model name, the version of the unit, and the version of Version the map database.

  • Page 44

    Setup Menu (continued) Menu items Interruption Bypass Traffic Voice Cruise Attention Tone Priority Avoid Highway Avoid Ferry Avoid Toll Road Day Color Route Color Night Mode Brightness *1 This setting is shared with the Screen Control setting in AV Menu. (☞ [96]) Selectable settings Select the voice guidance output on an AV screen.

  • Page 45

    Setup Menu (continued) Menu items Map View Auto Zoom POI Icon Favorite Icon Car Tracks Street Name One-Way Traffic Display *2 When you want the track of the current drive displayed, you need to check both Display and Record. *3 The recorded tracks are deleted from old ones when the internal memory gets full. Selectable settings North Up, Heading Up, 3D Map ☞...

  • Page 46

    Setup Menu (continued) Menu items Installation Angle WAAS/EGNOS Language Reset Calibration Reset the calibration data in the following cases: Traffic Subscription Measuring Units Coordinates Car Position *4 This setting is shared with the Language setting in AV Menu (☞ [90]). Selectable settings Select the angle of the unit measured by the supplied gauge.

  • Page 47: Additional Information

    Additional information Initial settings • If you select On for Store Display Mode, the system starts up in demonstration mode for shops, and the initial setup screen appears every time you turn on the unit after turning off and on the ignition switch. Select Off to obtain the full performance from the unit.

  • Page 48

    TMC license will expire on xx/xx/ xxxx. appears on the display at turning on the unit. • For 30 days after your traffic subscription or free trial expired, To reactivate service, please visit: http://www.jvc-exad. com appears on the display at turning on the unit.

  • Page 49

    List of POI icons Gas Station Hotel Parking Restaurant Shopping Travel Agency/Info Air Transportation Airport City Finder Ground Transportation Others [Travel] Recreation Bowling Golf Outdoor Skiing Theme Park/Exercise Others [Recreation] Entertainment Casino Museum Night Club/Bar Theater Others [Entertainment] Medical Animal Health Drug Store/Pharmacy Emergency Hospital...

  • Page 50

    List of traffic icons Traffic Jam Road works Road is blocked or closed Traffic lane closed Accident Condition Other Caution Event Information AV source operations in the map screen Source Tuner Auto search. Satellite radio Change channels. Disc Music server CD changer Change tracks.

  • Page 51

    52 Listening to the radio FM station automatic presetting —SSM (Strong-station Sequential Memory) Manual presetting Selecting preset stations Assigning titles to stations When an FM stereo broadcast is hard to receive Tuning in to stations with sufficient signal strength 55 Listening to the satellite radio Activating your subscription after connection Selecting channels by channel number Presetting channels...

  • Page 52: Ssm (strong-station Sequential Memory)

    Listening to the radio Band Select “TUNER.” Select the bands. Search for a station—Auto Search. • Manual Search: Press and hold either 4 or ¢ until Manual Search appears on the monitor, then press it repeatedly. • lights up when receiving an FM stereo broadcast with sufficient signal strength. FM station automatic presetting —SSM (Strong-station Sequential Memory) This function works only for FM bands.

  • Page 53: Manual Presetting

    Manual presetting You can preset six stations for each band. Tune in to the station you want to preset. Display the Preset List. FM1 Preset 1 87.5 MHz 2 88.3 MHz 3 88.7 MHz 4 91.5 MHz 5 93.1 MHz 6 95.3 MHz [Hold] •...

  • Page 54: Assigning Titles To Stations

    Assigning titles to stations You can assign a title to up to 30 radio stations. Tune in to the station you want to assign a title to. AV Menu ]Title Entry - Input Station Name - Assign the title. • Inputting characters ☞ [105] •...

  • Page 55: Listening To The Satellite Radio

    Before operating, connect either one of the following (separately purchased) to the CD changer jack on the rear of this unit. • JVC SIRIUS radio DLP—Down Link Processor, for listening to the SIRIUS Satellite radio. • XMDirect Universal Tuner Box—With a JVC Smart Digital Adapter (XMDJVC100: not supplied), for listening to the XM Satellite radio.

  • Page 56

    SIRIUS/XM Band For SIRIUS Radio Select “SAT.” Select a category. • To select a channel from all categories, select “ALL.” Select a channel to listen • Holding either 4 or ¢ changes the channels rapidly. • While searching, invalid and unsubscribed channels are skipped.

  • Page 57: Selecting Channels By Channel Number

    Selecting channels by channel number On the remote only: Direct Channel Input the channel number in three digits. Presetting channels You can preset six channels for each band. Tune in to a channel you want to preset. Display the Preset List. - - - ch [Hold] •...

  • Page 58: Selecting Channels On The Lists

    Selecting preset channels Display the Preset List. SR1 Preset 1 Channel name 2 The City 3 40 at 40 4 Hank’s Place [Hold] 5 Audio Visions 6 Preview • Each time you keep pressing the button, you can change the bands. Select a preset number.

  • Page 59

    Discs and HDD 60 Disc operations Playable discs/files Selecting playback modes Selecting tracks on the list Prohibiting disc ejection Remote operations Special functions for DVD Audio Operations using the on-screen bar 70 Music server operations Selecting tracks using lists Selecting playback modes Recording/copying tracks from a disc Editing the library Checking the remaining storage size...

  • Page 60: Disc Operations

    Disc operations To insert a disc Disc type Select “DISC.” Each time you press DISP, the display changes. For picture discs: playback picture = disc information = vehicle information (☞ [11]) = Video input* (☞ [82]) = (back to the beginning) For audio discs: disc information = vehicle information = Video input* = (back to the...

  • Page 61: Playable Discs/files

    Playable discs/files Disc type DVD Recordable/Rewritable (DVD-R /-RW, +R/+RW • Compliant to UDF bridge format • DVD-RAM cannot be played. Dual Disc CD/VCD CD Recordable/Rewritable (CD-R/-RW) • Compliant to ISO 9660 level 1, level 2, Romeo, Joliet *1 DVD-R recorded in multi-border format is also playable (except for dual layer discs). *2 It is possible to play back finalized +R/+RW (Video mode only) discs.

  • Page 62

    DTS icon (only for DTS-CDs) Track no./Playing time Disc Title Artist Name Track Name MP3, WMA, WAV Folder no./File no./Playing time Folder Name File Name.mp3 DivX, MPEG Folder no./File no./Playing time Folder Name File Name.avi * Only for CD-Text. “No Name” appears for conventional CDs.

  • Page 63

    DVD Video Title no./Chapter no./Playing time DVD Audio Group no./Track no./Playing time PBC indicator: lights up when PBC is in use. ☞ [67] Track no./Playing time *1 Search speed: x2 ] x10 Audio format 01 0:00:03 BONUS indicator ☞ [68] Audio format B.S.P indicator ☞...

  • Page 64

    JPEG Folder no. Folder Name File Name.jpg Selecting playback modes You can use only one of the following playback modes—Intro/Repeat/Random. Ex. To select Track Repeat AV Menu ]Mode ]Repeat ]Track When one of the playback modes is selected, the corresponding indicator lights up on the disc information screen.

  • Page 65: Selecting Tracks On The List

    Selecting tracks on the list If a disc includes folders, you can display the Folder/Track Lists, then start playback. Display the Folder List. Folder List My Best Cinema My Best2 Pops Favorites 020315 [Hold] Select a folder, then a track. •...

  • Page 66

    Press: Select a chapter. 4/¢ Press and hold: Reverse/forward search ∞/5 Select a title. Chapter = Title = DIRECT (☞ below) Reverse/forward search 1/¡ Slow motion during pause. (No sound can be heard.) Select audio language. Select subtitle language. Select a view angle. Press: Select a track.

  • Page 67

    Press: Select a track. Press and hold: Reverse/forward search . (No sound can be heard.) Select a folder. Track = Folder = Reverse/forward search sound can be heard.) Select audio language. (Only for DivX.) Select subtitle language. (Only for DivX.) —...

  • Page 68: Special Functions For Dvd Audio

    Special functions for DVD Audio Playing back a bonus group If a DVD Audio including a “bonus group” is detected, lights up on the disc information screen. Select the bonus group. • The bonus group is usually recorded as the last group. Enter the key number.

  • Page 69

    Information DVD -V Operation TIME TITLE 1 Disc type 2 Audio signal format (for DVD) PBC (for VCD) 3 Playback mode Title Repeat/Track Repeat T. RPT C. RPT Chapter Repeat F. RPT Folder Repeat D. RND Disc Random Track Intro T.

  • Page 70: Music Server Operations

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

  • Page 71: Selecting Tracks Using Lists

    Selecting tracks using lists Call up the Genre List. Genre List 60’s Jazz Drive Favorites Classical [Hold] 80’s Select a genre, then an album. • Repeat the same procedure to select the album. Select a track to play back. • If you press ENT while a genre or an album is selected, all tracks in the selected genre or album are played back.

  • Page 72: Recording/copying Tracks From A Disc

    Recording/copying tracks from a disc • You can record tracks of audio CDs into the HDD. Record appears in AV Menu. • You can copy music files (MP3, WMA, WAV) into the HDD. Copy appears in AV Menu. Preparation: Insert the disc to record/copy, and select DISC as the source.

  • Page 73

    To record all the tracks in a disc AV Menu ]Record ]Select All Select the genre and album to record the tracks into. Select Genre [New Genre] Jazz Drive Favorites Classical [34/99] Number of albums in the selected genre • Repeat the same procedure to select the album.

  • Page 74

    To copy the current track AV Menu ]Copy ]Current Track Start copying. Copying... appears. • When you copy a track for the first time with this function, a new genre and a new album is automatically created for the track. Other tracks copied with this function are copied into the same album until you turn off the ignition switch or edit the library.

  • Page 75: Editing The Library

    AV Menu ]Record or Copy ]Continue Start recording/copying. Recording.../Copying... appears. Editing the library • Library editing is possible only when HDD is selected as the source. Changing the titles You can change the names of genres, albums and tracks in the HDD. Ex.

  • Page 76: Checking The Remaining Storage Size

    Rearranging the order of tracks, albums and genres Ex. To rearrange the order of tracks in an album • Select the album which the target tracks belong to. AV Menu ]Edit ]Sort ]Track Select the track to move. Sort Track Track 1 Track 2 Track 3...

  • Page 77: Cd Changer Operations

    CD changer operations It is recommended to use a JVC MP3-compatible CD changer with your unit. • You can play only CDs (CD-DA) and MP3 discs. Preparation: Make sure Changer is selected for the external input setting. (☞ [93]) Disc no./Track no./Playing time * “No Name”...

  • Page 78

    Selecting playback modes You can use only one of the following playback modes—Intro/Repeat/Random. Ex. To select Track Repeat AV Menu ]Mode ]Repeat ]Track Disc type Intro Track: Plays the first 15 seconds of each track Disc: Plays the first 15 seconds of the first track of all loaded discs Track:...

  • Page 79

    Other functions 80 iPod/D. player operations Selecting a track from the player’s menu Selecting playback modes 81 Playing other external components External input Video input 83 Using Bluetooth® devices —Cellular phone/audio player Menu operation for Bluetooth devices Registering a Bluetooth device Using the Bluetooth cellular phone Using the Bluetooth audio player Phone Menu...

  • Page 80: Selecting Playback Modes

    For Apple iPod and JVC D. player, it is required to connect the interface adapter (KS-PD100 for iPod or KS-PD500 for D. player) to the CD changer jack on the rear. Preparation: Make sure Changer is selected for the external input setting. (☞ [93]) Select “iPod”...

  • Page 81

    Playing other external components External input You can connect an external component to the CD changer jack on the rear using the Line Input Adapter—KS-U57 (not supplied) or AUX Input Adapter—KS-U58 (not supplied). Preparation: Make sure Ext Input is selected for the external input setting. (☞ [93]) Select “EXT-IN.”...

  • Page 82

    Video input You can connect an external component to the VIDEO IN plug. Preparation: When connecting a video component Make sure Ext Input is selected for the external input setting, and Video for the video input setting. (☞ [93]) • You cannot view the video picture when the parking brake is not engaged. When connecting a camera Make sure Camera is selected for the video input setting.

  • Page 83: Cellular Phone/audio Player Menu Operation For Bluetooth Devices

    Using Bluetooth® devices— For Bluetooth operations, it is required to connect the Bluetooth Adapter (KS-BTA200) to the CD changer jack on the rear. • Refer also to the instructions supplied with the Bluetooth Adapter and the Bluetooth device. • Refer to the list (included in the box) to see the countries where you may use the Bluetooth® function.

  • Page 84: The Unit

    To register another device after you have registered a device, make sure New Device is selected. (☞ [85]) Registering using Open Mode ]Open 0000 Enter a PIN (Personal Identification Number) the unit. • Inputting characters ☞ [105] • You can enter any number you like (1- digit to 16-digit number).

  • Page 85: Using The Bluetooth Cellular Phone

    Connecting/disconnecting a registered device On the Bluetooth Phone screen or the Bluetooth Audio screen, select a registered device you want to connect/disconnect. • Each time you press 5 ∞, the registered device names (and New Device when a new device can be registered) appear in turn.

  • Page 86

    • You can also access the Dial menu by pressing PHONE on the remote controller. • You can also access the redial list by pressing and holding PHONE on the remote controller. • You can also access the voice calling screen by pressing and holding MENU while the Bluetooth Phone screen is displayed.

  • Page 87: Using The Bluetooth Audio Player

    When a call comes in... Bluetooth Phone P902i Receiving Call Jack 09845671234 10:35 AM The screen is automatically changed to Bluetooth Phone. When Auto Answer is activated The unit answers the incoming calls automatically. (☞ [89]) • When Auto Answer is deactivated, press MENU, DISP, BACK, ENT, or TRAFFIC to answer the incoming call.

  • Page 88: Phone Menu

    Phone Menu Menu items Selectable settings Select a phone number from the list of the phone numbers you have Redial dialed. Select a phone number from the list of the received calls. Received Calls Select a name, then phone number from the phone book of the Phonebook connected cellular phone.

  • Page 89

    The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Victor Company of Japan, Limited (JVC) is under licence. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.

  • Page 90: Av Menu Items

    AV Menu items AV Menu Setup Sound Screen Control Aspect AV Menu Mode List Record/Copy Edit Title Entry Menu items Language Demonstration Wall Paper Scroll Tag Display Dimmer *1 This setting is shared with the Language setting in Setup Menu ( *2 The ILLUMINATION CONTROL lead connection is required.

  • Page 91

    Menu items Time Format Time Zone DST (Daylight Saving Time) Menu Language Audio Language Subtitle OSD Language Monitor Type 16:9 4:3 Letter Box 4:3 Pan Scan OSD Position Position 1 Position 2 File Type *3 Adjustable only while the source is set to DISC and playback is stopped. *4 After you change these settings, turn off then on the power so that your setting takes effect.

  • Page 92

    Menu items D. Audio Output Down Mix D. Range Comp. DivX Registration Video Output Format Selectable settings Select the signal format to be emitted through the DIGITAL OUT (Optical) terminal on the rear. For details, ☞ [106]. Off: No signal is output from the terminal. PCM Only: Select this when connecting an amplifier or a decoder incompatible with Dolby Digital, DTS or MPEG Audio, or connecting to a recording device.

  • Page 93

    Menu items IF Band Width Area Setting SIRIUS ID External Input Video Input *5 Appears only when a SIRIUS tuner is connected. *6 Not selectable when the component connected to the CD changer jack is selected as the source. *7 Not selectable when “EXT-IN” is selected as the source. Selectable settings Auto: Increases the tuner selectivity to reduce interference noises between adjacent stations.

  • Page 94

    Menu items Interlock Horizontal/ Vertical Video Format Beep Telephone Muting Reverse Polarization Connection *8 Reverse lamp lead connection is required. (☞ Installation/Connection Manual) *9 Speed signal lead connection is required. (☞ Installation/Connection Manual) *10 Not selectable when Video Input is set to Off. *11 The TEL MUTING lead connection is required.

  • Page 95

    Menu items Fader/Balance Fader/Balance Exit Volume Adjust Subwoofer High Pass Filter Crossover Amplifier Gain Selectable settings Flat, Hard Rock, R&B, Pop, Jazz, Dance Music, Country, Reggae, Classic, User 1, User 2, User 3 ☞ [98] Adjust fader—speaker output balance between the front and rear speakers.

  • Page 96

    Menu items Screen Control/ Picture [Disc]/ Picture [Video] Screen Control Bright Exit Aspect [Disc]/ Aspect [Video] *13 The settings of Screen Control are also applied to the map screen and screens of Navigation Menus. *14 This setting in Screen Control is shared with Brightness setting in Setup Menu (☞ [44]). Selectable settings You can adjust the monitor to make it clear and legible.

  • Page 97

    Menu items Mono DX / Local Intro/Repeat/Random List Record Copy Edit Title Entry *15 For the menu items in Mode for Bluetooth Audio, ☞ [88, 89]. Language codes (for DVD/DivX language selection) Code Language Code Language AA Afar FA Persian AB Abkhazian Finnish AF Afrikaans...

  • Page 98

    Sound equalization Selecting an equalizer type AV Menu Flat Hard Rock R&B Jazz Select an equalizer type. Preset equalizing values Equalizer type Flat 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 Hard Rock +03 +03 +01 00 00 +02 +01 R&B +03 +02 +02 00 +01 +01 +03 00 +02 00 00 +01 +01 +02 Jazz...

  • Page 99

    Satellite radio operations • You can also connect the JVC SIRIUS radio PnP (Plug and Play), using the JVC SIRIUS radio adapter, KS-U100K (not supplied) to the CD changer jack on the rear.

  • Page 100

    Disc operations General • In this manual, words “track” and “file” are interchangeably used. • This unit can also play back 8 cm discs. • This unit can only play back audio CD (CD-DA) files if different type of files are recorded in the same disc.

  • Page 101

    Playing MPEG files • This unit can play back MPEG files with the extension code <.mpg> or <.mpeg>. • The stream format should conform to MPEG system/program stream. • The file format should be MP@ML (Main Profile at Main Level)/SP@ML (Simple Profile at Main Level)/MP@LL (Main Profile at Low Level).

  • Page 102

    On-screen guide icons During play, the following guide icons may appear for a while on the monitor. Appears at the beginning of a scene containing multi-subtitle languages (for DVD only). Appears at the beginning of a scene containing multi-audio languages (for DVD only).

  • Page 103

    When operating an iPod or a D. player, some operations may not be performed correctly or as intended. In this case, visit the following JVC web site: For iPod users: <http://www.jvc.co.jp/ english/car/support/ks-pd100/index.html> For D. player users: <http://www.jvc.co.jp/ english/car/support/ks-pd500/index.html> Additional information...

  • Page 104

    Using Bluetooth devices General • While driving, do not perform complicated operation such as dialing the numbers, using phone book, etc. When you perform these operations, stop your car in a safe place. • Some Bluetooth devices may not be connected to this unit depending on the Bluetooth version of the device.

  • Page 105

    Inputting characters Ex.: - Input Genre Name - More Enter a space Display other keyboards Delete a character Move the cursor Select a character on the keyboard Enter the selected character To display other keyboards • Each time you press the button, the keyboard changes cyclically.

  • Page 106

    About sounds reproduced through the rear terminals • Through the analog terminals (Speaker out/LINE OUT): 2-channel signal is emitted. When playing a multi-channel encoded disc, multi-channel signals are downmixed. (☞ [92] Down Mix.) • Through DIGITAL OUT (optical): Digital signals (Linear PCM, Dolby Digital, DTS, MPEG Audio) are emitted through this terminal. To reproduce multi-channel sounds such as Dolby Digital, DTS, and MPEG Audio, connect an amplifier or a decoder compatible with these multi-channel sources to this terminal, and set D.

  • Page 107

    Information 108 Maintenance 109 Troubleshooting 117 Specifications...

  • Page 108

    Maintenance How to clean the connectors Frequent detachment will deteriorate the connectors. To minimize this possibility, periodically wipe the connectors with a cotton swab or cloth moistened with alcohol, being careful not to damage the connectors. Connectors Moisture condensation Moisture may condense on the lens inside the DVD/CD player in the following cases: •...

  • Page 109

    Troubleshooting What appears to be trouble is not always serious. Check the following points before calling a service center. Symptoms • Parking Brake appears on the monitor. • Sound cannot be heard from the speakers. • The monitor is not clear and legible for watching the playback picture or the map.

  • Page 110

    Symptoms • Navigation guidance is incorrect. • Navigation guidance is sometimes incorrect. • Navigation guidance is hard to listen to. Surround noise interferes. Increase the voice • Route Calculation Error. appears on the monitor. • City not found., Street/Center not found., Valid information not found., Coordinate information not found.

  • Page 111

    Symptoms • SSM automatic presetting does not work. • Static noise while listening to the radio. Connect the antenna firmly. • CALL 1-888-539-SIRIUS TO SUBSCRIBE appears on the monitor. • No Signal or NO SIGNAL appears on the monitor. • No Antenna or CHECK ANTENNA appears on the monitor.

  • Page 112

    Symptoms • Not Support appears on the monitor. The format of the disc is supported. • Disc Error appears on the monitor. • Eject Error or Loading Error appears on the monitor. • Sound and pictures are sometimes interrupted or distorted. •...

  • Page 113

    Symptoms • Sound does not come out while copying music files. • Sound does not come out in the map screen while recording a CD. • Cannot change the source while recording/copying. • Edited track name is not displayed. • No Music appears on the monitor. •...

  • Page 114

    Symptoms • No Disc appears on the monitor. • No Magazine appears on the monitor. • No Files appears on the monitor. • Reset 08 appears on the monitor. • Reset 01 – Reset 07 appears on the monitor. • The CD changer does not work at all. •...

  • Page 115

    Symptoms • Bluetooth device does not detect the unit. • The unit does not detect the Bluetooth device. • The unit does not make pairing with the Bluetooth device. • Echo or noise occurs. • Phone sound quality is poor. •...

  • Page 116

    Glossary Navigation System Global Positioning System. By receiving the GPS signals from the satellites, the Navigation System determines the position of the car. Points of Interest. You can select your destinations by selecting from the categories—such as business centers, shopping centers. Traffic Message Channel.

  • Page 117

    Specifications L1, C/A code System & Service Global Positioning System Standard Positioning Service 15-channel multi-channel reception system Reception System Reception Frequency Sensitivity Update Rate Polarization GPS Antenna Dimensions (approx.) (W × H × D) Cable (approx.) Attachment mat size (approx.) 20 W RMS ×...

  • Page 118

    Frequency Range FM Tuner AM Tuner Signal Detection System Number of Channels Frequency Response Dynamic Range Signal-to-Noise Ratio Wow and Flutter DivX Video Audio MPEG Video Video Audio MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer 3) WMA (Windows Media® Audio) FM (with channel 87.5 MHz to 107.9 MHz interval set to 100 kHz or 200 kHz):...

  • Page 119

    MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer 3) WMA (Windows Media® Audio) Screen size Number of Pixel Drive Method Color System Aspect Ratio Power Requirement Grounding System Allowable Storage Temperature Allowable Operating Temperature Allowable Operating Altitude Dimensions (approx.) (W × H × D) Mass (approx.) Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

  • Page 120

    Having TROUBLE with operation? Please reset your unit Refer to page of How to reset your unit Still having trouble?? USA ONLY Call 1-800-252-5722 http://www.jvc.com We can help you! EN, SP, FR © 2007 Victor Company of Japan, Limited 0107NSMMDWJEIN...

  • Page 121

    This unit is designed to operate on 12 V DC, NEGATIVE ground electrical systems. If your vehicle does not have this system, a voltage inverter is required, which can be purchased at JVC car audio dealers. WARNINGS • DO NOT install any unit in locations where: –...

  • Page 122

    La siguiente ilustración muestra una instalación típica. Si tiene alguna pregunta o necesita información acerca de las herramientas para instalación, consulte con su concesionario de JVC de equipos de audio para automóviles o a una compañía que suministra tales herramientas.

  • Page 123: Installing The Gps Antenna

    Notas: • Reemplace el fusible por uno con la corriente especificada. Si el fusible se quemase frecuentemente consulte con su concesionario de JVC de equipos de audio para automóviles. • Se recomienda conectar los altavoces con una potencia máxima de más de 50 W (tanto atrás como adelante, con una impedancia de 4 Ω...

  • Page 124

    • Si su coche no dispone de un conductor de la señal de velocidad, utilice el Generador de Pink/Rosa/Rose impulsos de velocidad KV-PG1 de JVC (vendido separadamente). Signal lead from the speedometer • Si votre voiture ne possède de pas de fil de signal Conductor del velocímetro...

  • Page 125

    Remote lead Cable remoto Rear speakers Fil d’alimentation à distance Altavoces posteriores Enceintes arrière JVC Amplifier Amplificador de JVC JVC Amplificateur Front speakers Altavoces delanteros Enceintes avant JVC Amplifier Amplificador de JVC JVC Amplificateur...

  • Page 126

    Apple Computer, Inc., registrada en los EE. UU. y otros países. iPod est une marque de commerce d’Apple Computer, Inc., enregistrée aux États-Unis et dans les autres pays. JVC PnP (Plug and Play) / PnP (“Plug and Play”) JVC / PnP (“Plug and Play”) (adquirido por KS-U100K (vendu séparément) à...

  • Page 127

    HDD NAVIGATION/DVD RECEIVER FESTPLATTEN-NAVIGATIONSSYSTEM/DVD-RECEIVER SYSTÈME DE NAVIGATION À DISQUE DUR/RÉCEPTEUR DVD KD-NX5000 For installation and connections, refer to the separate manual. Für den Einbau und die Anschlüsse siehe das eigenständige Handbuch. Pour l’installation et les raccordements, se référer au manuel séparé. INSTRUCTIONS BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG MANUEL D’INSTRUCTIONS...

  • Page 128

    Caution: Changes or modifications not approved by JVC could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. Every time you turn on the unit, the screen below appears. Take enough care when operating the unit and make sure safe driving.

  • Page 129

    WARNINGS: To prevent accidents and damage • DO NOT install any unit in locations where: – it may obstruct the steering wheel and gearshift lever operations. – it may obstruct the operation of safety devices such as air bags. – it may obstruct visibility. •...

  • Page 130

    How to reset your unit • Your preset adjustments will also be erased. How to detach/attach the control panel Detaching Attaching How to forcibly eject a disc If a disc cannot be recognized by the unit or cannot be ejected, eject the disc as follows. [Hold] Emergency Eject and No Eject (or Eject OK) appear on the monitor.

  • Page 131

    Dear Customer, This apparatus is in conformance with the valid European directives and standards regarding electromagnetic compatibility and electrical safety. European representative of Victor Company of Japan, Limited is: JVC Technology Centre Europe GmbH Postfach 10 05 52 61145 Friedberg Germany...

  • Page 132

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

  • Page 133

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

  • Page 134

    Initial settings When you turn on the unit for the first time, the initial setup screen appears. Follow the procedure below and make necessary settings. Turn on the power. Adjust the following settings. Select an item Proceed to the next setting Back to the previous setting Language Select the language you want for the...

  • Page 135

    Calibration Before using the Navigation System first time, it is required to calibrate the Navigation System. • After deleting the calibration data (☞ [46] Reset Calibration) or changing the installation angle (☞ [46] Installation Angle), calibration is also required. Display the map screen. Display the detail screen and check the connections.

  • Page 136

    Basic operations To turn on the power To turn off the power [Hold] To drop the volume in a moment (ATT) ATT indicator flashes. To restore the sound, press the same button again. To adjust the volume Reset the unit. •...

  • Page 137

    To switch between the map screen and AV screen AV screen Map screen You can always switch between the AV screen and the map screen. This switching does not affect the playback sound of the unit (except while recording an Audio CD) or the guidance function of the Navigation System.

  • Page 138

    Menu operations To call up a menu Navigation Menus Map screen Destination Menu ☞ [42] Destination Home Return Address Previous Information Menu ☞ [42] Information Current Position Turns List Trip Destination Setup Menu ☞ [43] Setup Guidance Voice Guidance Options Route Options Map Colour Map Options...

  • Page 139

    Menu screen Remaining time until the menu screen goes off. (Appears only on AV Menu.) Current setting of the selected item. • If items are displayed in grey, you cannot use them now. In this manual, operation of selecting a menu item is instructed as in the example below. Ex.: AV Menu ]Pop...

  • Page 140

    Parts index On the map screen • Turn on the unit. /ATT • Turn off the unit if pressed and held. • Attenuate/restore the sound. Switch to the AV screen. Change the source. AV/SRC Turn off the AV function if pressed and held. •...

  • Page 141

    On the map screen ∞ Operate the current source. ☞ [50] • Open/close the control panel. • Change the control panel angle if pressed and held. • Enter the manual scrolling mode. ☞ [22] /BACK • Repeat the last voice 7/BAND guidance if pressed and held during...

  • Page 142

    Operations from the remote controller On the map screen Switch to the AV screen. AV/OFF Turn off the AV function if pressed and held. • Change the map view. • Display your current MAP/POS position after scrolling the map. Call up Destination Menu. ☞...

  • Page 143

    Only on the AV screens • Make selections in disc menus. • DISC +/– buttons: Change discs for a CD changer. Disc: Confirm the selection. TOP M DVD/DivX 6: Show the disc menu. ☞ [67] VCD with PBC: Resume PBC playback. ☞ [67] DVD MENU Display the on-screen bar.

  • Page 144

    Navigation System 20 Safety instructions for Navigation System 22 Basic operations 24 Registering your home To register your home To go home 26 Starting guidance Setting a destination using Shortcut Menu Setting a destination using Destination Menu To go back to where you started 28 Searching for a place By address From the list of POI...

  • Page 145

    36 Arranging your route Setting places to stop by Saving and loading routes Avoiding a congestion ahead 38 Registering favourite points Marking your favourite points Editing your favourite points 40 Traffic information on map —TMC What is TMC? Checking the TMC information How TMC information is reflected in navigation 42 Navigation menu items Destination Menu...

  • Page 146

    Use of the data is only permitted in this specific JVC system. It is forbidden to extract or make further use of significant parts of the database content, or to duplicate, modify, adapt, translate, analyse, decompile or reverse- engineer any part thereof.

  • Page 147

    At all times, the driver must decide whether or not to heed the information provided. JVC does not accept liability for erroneous data provided by the Navigation System. © 2006 NAVTEQ All rights reserved. When replacing/rotating the tyres:...

  • Page 148

    Basic operations Current position mode —The map scrolls automatically so that your position is always at the centre of the map. Switch to the AV screen. Adjust the volume. Change the map view. (☞ next page)/Display your current position. To scroll the map The map scrolls in eight directions.

  • Page 149

    To change the map view The map view changes as follows: Heading Up = 3D Map = North Up Heading Up The map rotates so that you are always displayed heading “upwards.” The direction is displayed with a compass icon 3D Map The map is displayed in “heading up”...

  • Page 150

    Registering your home To register your home Register your home or your office, wherever you go often, as Home, so that you can easily set that place as destination. • You can register homes only after calibration is finished. (☞ [9]) If you are at home now, check that your home is displayed at the centre of the map.

  • Page 151

    What is Shortcut Menu? On the map screen, you can call up Shortcut Menu by pressing ENT. Shortcut Menu is a gateway to various operations. Map screen To select an icon, press ENT or one of the four keys on the right circle button corresponding to the icon.

  • Page 152

    Starting guidance • You can set destinations only after calibration is finished. (☞ [9]) Setting a destination using Shortcut Menu Scroll the map to display the destination at the centre of the map. Call up Shortcut Menu. Select [Go Here] The System starts calculating the route to the selected destination, and guidance starts.

  • Page 153

    Setting a destination using Destination Menu Call up Destination Menu. Select one of the methods to search for your destination. Destination Home* Return** Address Previous During guidance, Cancel Guide appears. ** During guidance, Avoid Section appears. • You cannot select the items when they are grey. The information on the search result appears.

  • Page 154

    Searching for a place To input names, addresses, or numbers Ex. Input screen for a city name More Enter a space Display other keyboards* Delete the last character * You can also change the keyboard by pressing DISP. For available characters, ☞ [105]. ** Buttons vary depending on the input item.

  • Page 155

    Input the street name. • You can also select the centre of the city. (The list of city centres may appear.) You do not have to input the house number in this case. • Select the area to search from the list if Select Area is displayed.

  • Page 156

    From last destinations ( Previous You can select a place from the last 50 destinations and via points. Call up Destination Menu. Destination ]Previous The list of previous destinations/via points is displayed. Select a place from the list. To delete items in the list of previous destinations/via points 1 After step 2 above...

  • Page 157

    Select a category ( then a sub of the POI. category if any) Select Category Business City/Town Community Emergency Food Area: Local The result is listed in the order of distance from the place where you are. Select a POI from the list. You can search for a POI around a place on the map through Shortcut Menu ] [Vicinity]...

  • Page 158

    How you are guided Destination found Screen while guided Estimated time of arrival and distance to the destination/ next via point Next turn/ Distance to the next turn To cancel guidance Call up Shortcut Menu. Select [Cancel Guidance] Route calculation Calculating...

  • Page 159

    Guidance at turns When you approach a turn, the System guides you with voice guidance and indications on the screen. • Guidance voice comes out only through the front speakers (and the front line out on the rear). When you do not have to make a turn, the System gives no guidance.

  • Page 160

    Getting information on your route and places To see the itinerary and the turns list Map screen Trip Trip Turns list Turns List 500 m A124 2 km A2120 2.5 km xx street 6 km Z square 7 km B12 To get information on the destination and via points Call up Information Menu.

  • Page 161

    Call up Shortcut Menu. Select [View Information] If a telephone number is available, you can call to the number through JVC’s Bluetooth adapter. ☞ [86] You can also get information on your current position through Information Menu ] Current Position.

  • Page 162

    Arranging your route Setting places to stop by After selecting your destination, you can select up to nine places (“via points”) to stop by. To add via points After guidance has started... Select a place you want to stop • Searching for a place ☞ [27] Select [Add to Via Point] The System starts calculating the new route, and guidance starts.

  • Page 163

    Saving and loading routes You can save up to 50 combinations of destination and via points. You can easily call up your usual route without the trouble of setting destinations. • Each route can contain up to nine via points. To save a route Select your destination (and via points if necessary), and start...

  • Page 164

    Registering favourite points Just like you mark your friend’s house or a nice Chinese restaurant on your map book, you can register your favourite points in the system. Marking your favourite points • You can register 300 favourite points. • You can register favourite points only when the map scale is 2.0 km or more detailed.

  • Page 165

    Select the item you want to edit. The name of the favourite point. Name • You can use up to 32 characters. See the table on the right for the Group available ten groups. Categorize the favourite points so that you can find them easily. The address of the favourite Address point.

  • Page 166

    Trafficmaster and V-trafic. It can also receive free TMC information. • TMC is not available in some countries. As the TMC information is transmitted by radio stations, JVC cannot assume responsibility for the completeness or accuracy of the information. TMC information on the map...

  • Page 167

    Checking the TMC information While guided, select the area to see the information of. Along Route or All Information. To see detailed information Select an item on the list and press ¢. You can also call up the TMC List through Information Menu ] TMC.

  • Page 168

    Navigation menu items Destination Menu Menu items Start guidance to a home. (Appears only while not guided.) ☞ [24] Home Cancels the guidance. (Appears only while guided.) ☞ [24, 26, 32] Cancel Guide Starts guidance to the place where you have started your last guidance. Return (Appears only while not guided.) ☞...

  • Page 169

    Information Menu (continued) Menu items You can check the connection status. Learning Lv., Angle, GPS Antenna, Gyro, Speed Signal, Connection Parking Brake, Reverse Signal, Illumination, Tel. Muting You can check the model name, the version of the unit, and the version of Version the map database.

  • Page 170

    Setup Menu (continued) Menu items Interruption Bypass Traffic Voice Cruise Attention Tone Priority Avoid Motorway Avoid Ferry Avoid Toll Road Day Colour Route Colour Night Mode Brightness *2 This setting is shared with the Screen Control setting in AV Menu. (☞ [96]) Selectable settings Select the voice guidance output on an AV screen.

  • Page 171

    Setup Menu (continued) Menu items Map View Auto Zoom POI Icon Favourite Icon Car Tracks Street Name One-Way Traffic Display *3 When you want the track of the current drive displayed, you need to check both Display and Record. *4 The recorded tracks are deleted from old ones when the internal memory gets full. Selectable settings North Up, Heading Up, 3D Map ☞...

  • Page 172

    Setup Menu (continued) Menu items Installation Angle WAAS/EGNOS Language Reset Calibration Reset the calibration data in the following cases: Measuring Units Coordinates Car Position *5 This setting is shared with the Language setting in AV Menu (☞ [90]). Selectable settings Select the angle of the unit measured by the supplied gauge.

  • Page 173

    Additional information Initial settings • If you select On for Store Display Mode, the system starts up in demonstration mode for shops, and the initial setup screen appears every time you turn on the unit after turning off and on the ignition switch. Select Off to obtain the full performance from the unit.

  • Page 174

    – when changing tyres or attaching chains on the tyres – when tyre slip occurs continuously and frequently – after running on areas other than a road (e.g. private lands or parking lots) – after running in underground or tower type parking lots –...

  • Page 175

    List of POI icons Business Convention/Conference Centre Office/Factory City/Town Capital City National Capital Community Bank Civic/Community Centre College Or University Hospital Law Court Library Museum Police Station Post Office School Town Hall Emergency Medical Centre Pharmacy/Chemist Food Coffee Shop Restaurant Supermarket Government County Council...

  • Page 176

    List of TMC icons Traffic Jam Road works Road is blocked or closed Traffic lane closed Accident Condition Other Caution Event Information AV source operations in the map screen Source Tuner Auto search. Auto search. Disc Music server CD changer Change tracks.

  • Page 177

    52 Listening to the radio FM station automatic presetting —SSM (Strong-station Sequential Memory) Manual presetting Selecting preset stations When an FM stereo broadcast is hard to receive Tuning in to stations with sufficient signal strength 54 RDS operations Searching for FM RDS programme—PTY Search Storing your favourite programme types PTY Standby Reception TA Standby Reception...

  • Page 178

    Listening to the radio Band Select “TUNER.” Select the bands. Search for a station—Auto Search. • Manual Search: Press and hold either 4 or ¢ until Manual Search appears on the monitor, then press it repeatedly. • lights up when receiving an FM stereo broadcast with sufficient signal strength. FM station automatic presetting —SSM (Strong-station Sequential Memory)

  • Page 179

    Select a preset number. FM1 Preset4 Station name [Hold] 10:35 You can also access the Preset List through AV Menu ] List. Selecting preset stations On the remote: Select a preset number. FM1 Preset4 Station name From the Preset List 10:35 Display the Preset List.

  • Page 180: Rds Operations

    RDS operations The following features are available only for FM RDS stations. Searching for FM RDS programme— PTY Search You can search for your favourite programmes being broadcast by selecting the PTY code for your favourite programmes. PTY Mode PTY Search PTY Memory [Hold] PTY Mode...

  • Page 181: Pty Standby Reception

    PTY Standby Reception PTY Standby Reception allows the unit to switch temporarily to your favourite PTY programme from any source other than AM. • If the DAB tuner is connected, Standby Reception also works to search for a DAB service. To activate PTY Standby Reception AV Menu ]Mode...

  • Page 182: Tracing The Same Programme

    Tracing the same programme —Network-Tracking Reception When driving in an area where FM reception is not sufficient enough, this unit automatically tunes in to another FM RDS station of the same network, possibly broadcasting the same programme with stronger signals. Programme A broadcast in different frequency areas (01 –...

  • Page 183: Viewing Dls Information

    * To enjoy DAB, connect a DAB tuner (separately purchased) to the unit. Band DAB1 Preset4 Select a preset number. DAB1 Preset4 Ensemble label [Hold] 227.360 MHz 12C Selecting preset services On the unit: After steps of “Presetting services”... DAB1 Preset Store 1 HR1 2 No Serv.

  • Page 184

    AV Menu ]Mode ]D.Range Control ]DRC1 or DRC2 or DRC3 • As the number increases, the effect becomes stronger. TA/PTY Standby Reception • Operations are exactly the same as explained on page 55 for FM RDS stations. • You cannot store PTY codes separately for the DAB tuner and for the FM tuner.

  • Page 185: Discs And Hdd

    Discs and HDD 60 Disc operations Playable discs/files Selecting playback modes Selecting tracks on the list Prohibiting disc ejection Remote operations Special functions for DVD Audio Operations using the on-screen bar 70 Music server operations Selecting tracks using lists Selecting playback modes Recording/copying tracks from a disc Editing the library Checking the remaining storage size...

  • Page 186

    Disc operations To insert a disc Disc type Select “DISC.” Each time you press DISP, the display changes. For picture discs: playback picture = disc information = vehicle information (☞ [11]) = Video input* (☞ [82]) = (back to the beginning) For audio discs: disc information = vehicle information = Video input* = (back to the...

  • Page 187

    Playable discs/files Disc type DVD Recordable/Rewritable (DVD-R /-RW, +R/+RW • Compliant to UDF bridge format • DVD-RAM cannot be played. Dual Disc CD/VCD CD Recordable/Rewritable (CD-R/-RW) • Compliant to ISO 9660 level 1, level 2, Romeo, Joliet *1 DVD-R recorded in multi-border format is also playable (except for dual layer discs). *2 It is possible to play back finalized +R/+RW (Video mode only) discs.

  • Page 188

    DTS icon (only for DTS-CDs) Track no./Playing time Disc Title Artist Name Track Name MP3, WMA, WAV Folder no./File no./Playing time Folder Name File Name.mp3 DivX, MPEG Folder no./File no./Playing time Folder Name File Name.avi * Only for CD-Text. “No Name” appears for conventional CDs.

  • Page 189

    DVD Video Title no./Chapter no./Playing time DVD Audio Group no./Track no./Playing time PBC indicator: lights up when PBC is in use. ☞ [67] Track no./Playing time *1 Search speed: x2 ] x10 Audio format 01 0:00:03 BONUS indicator ☞ [68] Audio format B.S.P indicator ☞...

  • Page 190

    JPEG Folder no. Folder Name File Name.jpg Selecting playback modes You can use only one of the following playback modes—Intro/Repeat/Random. Ex. To select Track Repeat AV Menu ]Mode ]Repeat ]Track When one of the playback modes is selected, the corresponding indicator lights up on the disc information screen.

  • Page 191

    Selecting tracks on the list If a disc includes folders, you can display the Folder/Track Lists, then start playback. Display the Folder List. Folder List My Best Cinema My Best2 Pops Favourites 020315 [Hold] Select a folder, then a track. •...

  • Page 192

    Press: Select a chapter. 4/¢ Press and hold: Reverse/forward search ∞/5 Select a title. Chapter = Title = DIRECT (☞ below) Reverse/forward search 1/¡ Slow motion during pause. (No sound can be heard.) Select audio language. Select subtitle language. Select a view angle. Press: Select a track.

  • Page 193

    Press: Select a track. Press and hold: Reverse/forward search . (No sound can be heard.) Select a folder. Track = Folder = Reverse/forward search sound can be heard.) Select audio language. (Only for DivX.) Select subtitle language. (Only for DivX.) —...

  • Page 194

    Special functions for DVD Audio Playing back a bonus group If a DVD Audio including a “bonus group” is detected, lights up on the disc information screen. Select the bonus group. • The bonus group is usually recorded as the last group. Enter the key number.

  • Page 195

    Information DVD -V Operation TIME TITLE 1 Disc type 2 Audio signal format (for DVD) PBC (for VCD) 3 Playback mode Title Repeat/Track Repeat T. RPT C. RPT Chapter Repeat F. RPT Folder Repeat D. RND Disc Random Track Intro T.

  • Page 196

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

  • Page 197

    Selecting tracks using lists Call up the Genre List. Genre List 60’s Jazz Drive Favourites Classical [Hold] 80’s Select a genre, then an album. • Repeat the same procedure to select the album. Select a track to play back. • If you press ENT while a genre or an album is selected, all tracks in the selected genre or album are played back.

  • Page 198

    Recording/copying tracks from a disc • You can record tracks of audio CDs into the HDD. Record appears in AV Menu. • You can copy music files (MP3, WMA, WAV) into the HDD. Copy appears in AV Menu. Preparation: Insert the disc to record/copy, and select DISC as the source.

  • Page 199

    To record all the tracks in a disc AV Menu ]Record ]Select All Select the genre and album to record the tracks into. Select Genre [New Genre] Jazz Drive Favourites Classical [34/99] Number of albums in the selected genre • Repeat the same procedure to select the album.

  • Page 200

    To copy the current track AV Menu ]Copy ]Current Track Start copying. Copying... appears. • When you copy a track for the first time with this function, a new genre and a new album is automatically created for the track. Other tracks copied with this function are copied into the same album until you turn off the ignition switch or edit the library.

  • Page 201

    AV Menu ]Record or Copy ]Continue Start recording/copying. Recording.../Copying... appears. Editing the library • Library editing is possible only when HDD is selected as the source. Changing the titles You can change the names of genres, albums and tracks in the HDD. Ex.

  • Page 202

    Rearranging the order of tracks, albums and genres Ex. To rearrange the order of tracks in an album • Select the album which the target tracks belong to. AV Menu ]Edit ]Sort ]Track Select the track to move. Sort Track Track 1 Track 2 Track 3...

  • Page 203

    CD changer operations It is recommended to use a JVC MP3-compatible CD changer with your unit. • You can play only CDs (CD-DA) and MP3 discs. Preparation: Make sure Changer is selected for the external input setting. (☞ [94]) Disc no./Track no./Playing time * “No Name”...

  • Page 204

    Selecting playback modes You can use only one of the following playback modes—Intro/Repeat/Random. Ex. To select Track Repeat AV Menu ]Mode ]Repeat ]Track Disc type Intro Track: Plays the first 15 seconds of each track Disc: Plays the first 15 seconds of the first track of all loaded discs Track:...

  • Page 205

    Other functions 80 iPod/D. player operations Selecting a track from the player’s menu Selecting playback modes 81 Playing other external components External input Video input 83 Using Bluetooth® devices —Mobile phone/audio player Menu operation for Bluetooth devices Registering a Bluetooth device Using the Bluetooth mobile phone Using the Bluetooth audio player Phone Menu...

  • Page 206

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

  • Page 207: Playing Other External Components

    Playing other external components External input You can connect an external component to the CD changer jack on the rear using the Line Input Adapter—KS-U57 (not supplied) or AUX Input Adapter—KS-U58 (not supplied). Preparation: Make sure Ext Input is selected for the external input setting. (☞ [94]) Select “EXT-IN.”...

  • Page 208: Video Input

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

  • Page 209: Using Bluetooth® Devices

    Using Bluetooth® devices— For Bluetooth operations, it is required to connect the Bluetooth Adapter (KS-BTA200) to the CD changer jack on the rear. • Refer also to the instructions supplied with the Bluetooth Adapter and the Bluetooth device. • Refer to the list (included in the box) to see the countries where you may use the Bluetooth® function.

  • Page 210

    To register another device after you have registered a device, make sure New Device is selected. (☞ [85]) Registering using Open Mode ]Open 0000 Enter a PIN (Personal Identification Number) the unit. • Inputting characters ☞ [105] • You can enter any number you like (1- digit to 16-digit number).

  • Page 211: Using The Bluetooth Mobile Phone

    Connecting/disconnecting a registered device On the Bluetooth Phone screen or the Bluetooth Audio screen, select a registered device you want to connect/disconnect. • Each time you press 5 ∞, the registered device names (and New Device when a new device can be registered) appear in turn.

  • Page 212

    • You can also access the Dial menu by pressing PHONE on the remote controller. • You can also access the redial list by pressing and holding PHONE on the remote controller. • You can also access the voice calling screen by pressing and holding MENU while the Bluetooth Phone screen is displayed.

  • Page 213

    When a call comes in... Bluetooth Phone P902i Receiving Call Jack 09845671234 10:35 The screen is automatically changed to Bluetooth Phone. When Auto Answer is activated The unit answers the incoming calls automatically. (☞ [89]) • When Auto Answer is deactivated, press MENU, DISP, BACK, ENT, or TRAFFIC to answer the incoming call.

  • Page 214

    Phone Menu Menu items Selectable settings Select a phone number from the list of the phone numbers you have Redial dialed. Select a phone number from the list of the received calls. Received Calls Select a name, then phone number from the phone book of the Phonebook connected mobile phone.

  • Page 215

    The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Victor Company of Japan, Limited (JVC) is under licence. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.

  • Page 216: Av Menu Items

    AV Menu items AV Menu Setup Sound Screen Control Aspect AV Menu Mode List Record Edit Title Entry • The menu items shown may vary. Menu items Language Demonstration Wall Paper Scroll *1 This setting is shared with the Language setting in Setup Menu ( ☞...

  • Page 217

    Menu items Tag Display Dimmer Local Time Adjust Time Format Time Zone DST (Daylight Saving Time) Menu Language Audio Language Subtitle OSD Language *2 The ILLUMINATION CONTROL lead connection is required. (☞ Installation/Connection Manual) *3 Adjustable only when Local Time Adjust is set to Manual. *4 Adjustable only while the source is set to DISC and playback is stopped.

  • Page 218

    Menu items Monitor Type 16:9 4:3 Letter Box 4:3 Pan Scan OSD Position Position 1 Position 2 File Type D. Audio Output Down Mix Selectable settings Select the monitor type to watch a wide screen picture. 16:9: Select when the aspect ratio of the external monitor is 16:9.

  • Page 219

    Menu items D. Range Comp. DivX Registration Video Output Format AF Regional TA Volume Programme Search DAB AF IF Band Width *6 Depends on the amplifier gain control. *7 Appears only when a DAB tuner is connected. Selectable settings You can enjoy a powerful sound at a low volume level while playing Dolby Digital software.

  • Page 220

    Menu items External Input Video Input Interlock Horizontal/ Vertical Video Format *8 Not selectable when the component connected to the CD changer jack is selected as the source. *9 Not selectable when “EXT-IN” is selected as the source. *10 Reverse lamp lead connection is required. (☞ Installation/Connection Manual) *11 Speed signal lead connection is required.

  • Page 221

    Menu items Beep Telephone Muting Reverse Polarization Connection Fader/Balance Fader/Balance Exit Volume Adjust Subwoofer *13 The TEL MUTING lead connection is required. (☞ Installation/Connection Manual) *14 This shows the same information as Connection in the Information Menu (☞ [43]). Selectable settings Off: Cancels.

  • Page 222

    Menu items High Pass Filter Crossover Amplifier Gain Screen Control/ Picture [Disc]/ Picture [Video] Screen Control Bright Exit *15 The settings of Screen Control are also applied to the map screen and screens of Navigation Menus. *16 This setting in Screen Control is shared with Brightness setting in Setup Menu (☞ [44]). Selectable settings Through: Select when the subwoofer is not connected.

  • Page 223

    Menu items Aspect [Disc]/ Aspect [Video] Mono DX / Local PTY Standby D.(Dynamic) Range Control Announce Standby Intro/Repeat/Random List Record Copy Edit Title Entry *17 For the menu items in Mode for Bluetooth Audio, ☞ [88, 89]. Selectable settings You can change the aspect ratio of the picture. Aspect ratio of incoming signal Full: For 16:9 original...

  • Page 224: Sound Equalization

    Sound equalization Selecting an equalizer type AV Menu Flat Hard Rock R&B Jazz Select an equalizer type. Preset equalizing values Equalizer type Flat 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 Hard Rock +03 +03 +01 00 00 +02 +01 R&B +03 +02 +02 00 +01 +01 +03 00 +02 00 00 +01 +01 +02 Jazz...

  • Page 225: Additional Information

    Additional Information General • There is a time limit for some operations. In this case, if no further operation is done for a certain period, the current operation is canceled. • By pressing SRC or MAP on the unit, you can also turn on the power.

  • Page 226

    Inserting a disc • When a disc is inserted upside down, Disc Error appears on the monitor. Eject the disc. Ejecting a disc • If the ejected disc is not removed within 15 seconds, the disc is automatically inserted again into the loading slot to protect it from dust.

  • Page 227

    Playing MPEG files • This unit can play back MPEG files with the extension code <.mpg> or <.mpeg>. • The stream format should conform to MPEG system/program stream. • The file format should be MP@ML (Main Profile at Main Level)/SP@ML (Simple Profile at Main Level)/MP@LL (Main Profile at Low Level).

  • Page 228

    Control screen • The following control screens appear only on the external monitor. DivX/MPEG/JPEG/MP3/WMA/WAV T. RPT TIME 00:00:14 Folder : 2 / 3 Track : 6 / 14 (Total 41) 01 Music Cloudy.mp3 Fair.mp3 02 Music Fog.mp3 03 Music Hail.wma Indian summer.mp3 Track Information Rain.mp3...

  • Page 229

    In this case, visit the following JVC web site: For iPod users: <http://www.jvc.co.jp/ english/car/support/ks-pd100/index.html> For D. player users: <http://www.jvc.co.jp/ english/car/support/ks-pd500/index.html> Using Bluetooth devices General • While driving, do not perform complicated operation such as dialing the numbers, using phone book, etc.

  • Page 230

    AV Menu items • If you change the Amplifier Gain setting from High Power to Low Power while the volume level is set higher than 30, the unit automatically changes the volume level to Volume 30. • After you change any of Menu Language/ Audio Language/Subtitle settings, turn off then on the power, and re-insert the disc (or insert another disc) so that your setting...

  • Page 231

    Inputting characters Ex.: - Input Genre Name - More Enter a space Display other keyboards Delete a character Move the cursor Select a character on the keyboard Enter the selected character To display other keyboards • Each time you press the button, the keyboard changes cyclically.

  • Page 232

    About sounds reproduced through the rear terminals • Through the analog terminals (Speaker out/LINE OUT): 2-channel signal is emitted. When playing a multi-channel encoded disc, multi-channel signals are downmixed. (☞ [92] Down Mix.) • Through DIGITAL OUT (optical): Digital signals (Linear PCM, Dolby Digital, DTS, MPEG Audio) are emitted through this terminal. To reproduce multi-channel sounds such as Dolby Digital, DTS, and MPEG Audio, connect an amplifier or a decoder compatible with these multi-channel sources to this terminal, and set D.

  • Page 233

    Information 108 Maintenance 109 Troubleshooting 117 Specifications...

  • Page 234

    Maintenance How to clean the connectors Frequent detachment will deteriorate the connectors. To minimize this possibility, periodically wipe the connectors with a cotton swab or cloth moistened with alcohol, being careful not to damage the connectors. Connectors Moisture condensation Moisture may condense on the lens inside the DVD/CD player in the following cases: •...

  • Page 235

    Troubleshooting What appears to be trouble is not always serious. Check the following points before calling a service centre. Symptoms • Parking Brake appears on the monitor. • Sound cannot be heard from the speakers. • The monitor is not clear and legible for watching the playback picture or the map.

  • Page 236

    Symptoms • Navigation guidance is incorrect. • Navigation guidance is sometimes incorrect. • Navigation guidance is hard to listen to. Surround noise interferes. Increase the voice • Route Calculation Error. appears on the monitor. • City not found., Street/Centre not found., Valid information not found., Coordinate information not found.

  • Page 237

    Symptoms • No DAB Signal appears on the monitor. • Reset 08 appears on the monitor. • The DAB tuner does not work at all. • Antenna Power NG appears on the monitor. • Disc can be neither recognized nor played.

  • Page 238

    Symptoms • Disc cannot be played back. • WMA track cannot be played back, and skipped. • Noise is generated. • Tracks are not played back as you have intended. • A longer readout time is required. • Elapsed playing time is not correct. •...

  • Page 239

    Symptoms • Sound does not come out while copying music files. • Sound does not come out in the map screen while recording a CD. • Cannot change the source while recording/copying. • Edited track name is not displayed. • No Music appears on the monitor. •...

  • Page 240

    Symptoms • No Disc appears on the monitor. • No Magazine appears on the monitor. • No Files appears on the monitor. • Reset 08 appears on the monitor. • Reset 01 – Reset 07 appears on the monitor. • The CD changer does not work at all. •...

  • Page 241

    Symptoms • Bluetooth device does not detect the unit. • The unit does not detect the Bluetooth device. • The unit does not make pairing with the Bluetooth device. • Echo or noise occurs. • Phone sound quality is poor. •...

  • Page 242

    Glossary Navigation System Global Positioning System. By receiving the GPS signals from the satellites, the Navigation System determines the position of the car. Points of Interest. You can select your destinations by selecting from the categories—such as business centres, shopping centres. Traffic Message Channel.

  • Page 243

    Specifications L1, C/A code System & Service Global Positioning System Standard Positioning Service 15-channel multi-channel reception system Reception System Reception Frequency Sensitivity Update Rate Polarization GPS Aerial Dimensions (approx.) (W × H × D) Cable (approx.) Attachment mat size (approx.) Maximum Power Output Front/Rear Front/Rear Continuous Power...

  • Page 244

    Frequency Range FM Tuner MW Tuner LW Tuner Signal Detection System Number of Channels Frequency Response Dynamic Range Signal-to-Noise Ratio Wow and Flutter DivX Video Audio MPEG Video Video Audio MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer 3) WMA (Windows Media® Audio) 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz (MW) 522 kHz to 1 620 kHz (LW) 144 kHz to 279 kHz 11.3 dBf (1.0 μV/75 Ω)

  • Page 245

    MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer 3) WMA (Windows Media® Audio) Screen size Number of Pixel Drive Method Colour System Aspect Ratio Power Requirement Grounding System Allowable Storage Temperature Allowable Operating Temperature Allowable Operating Altitude Dimensions (approx.) (W × H × D) Mass (approx.) Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

  • Page 246

    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 247

    DEUTSCH Dieses Gerät ist für einen Betrieb in elektrischen Anlagen mit 12 V Gleichstrom und (–) Erdung ausgelegt. Verfügt Ihr Fahrzeug nicht über diese Anlage, ist ein Spannungsinverter erforderlich, der bei JVC Autoradiohändler erworben werden kann. WARNHINWEISE • Wählen Sie für das Gerät KEINESFALLS einen Einbauort,wo folgendes gilt: –...

  • Page 248

    Die folgende Abbildung zeigt einen typischen Einbau. Bei irgendwelchen Fragen oder wenn Sie Informationen hinsichtlich des Einbausatzes brauchen, wenden Sie sich an ihren JVC Autoradiohändler oder ein Unternehmen das diese Einbausätze vertreibt. • Sind Sie sich über den richtigen Einbau des Geräts nicht sicher, lassen Sie es von einem qualifizierten Techniker einbauen.

  • Page 249: Electrical Connections

    Hinweise: • Die Sicherung mit einer der entsprechenden Nennleistung ersetzen. Brennt die Sicherung häufig durch, wenden Sie sich an ihren JVC Autoradiohändler. • Es wird empfohlen, Lautsprecher mit einer Maximalleistung von mehr als 50 W anzuschließen (sowohl hinten als auch vorne, mit einer Impedanz von 4 Ω...

  • Page 250

    ENGLISH If your car is equipped with the ISO connector / Wenn Ihr Fahrzeug mit dem ISO-Steckverbinder ausgestattet ist / Si votre voiture est équippée d’un connecteur ISO • Connect the ISO connectors as illustrated. • Schließen Sie die ISO-Steckverbinder an, wie in der Abbildung gezeigt. •...

  • Page 251

    If your car is equipped with the steering wheel remote controller, you can operate this receiver 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 252

    Avant de connecter votre appareil extérieur, assurez-vous que l’autoradio est hors tension. • Pour utiliser un changeur de CD JVC, un iPod Apple ou le lecteur D. de JVC, réglez “Entrée ext.” sur “Changeur” (voir page 94 du MANUEL D’INSTRUCTION).

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