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ADVANCED INTEGRATION A/V CONTROLLER
KOS-V1000
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
© B64-3585-00/00 (EV)

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    ADVANCED INTEGRATION A/V CONTROLLER KOS-V1000 INSTRUCTION MANUAL © B64-3585-00/00 (EV)

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents How to read this manual Safety precautions Notes USB Device Control Functions when Displaying the Easy Control Panel Functions while Displaying the Control Screen USB List Folder Select Music Disc Listening Functions When Displaying the Easy Control Panel Functions While Displaying the Control Screen Set Disc Name Disc Select...

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    Muting Audio Volume upon Reception of Phone call Muting Audio Volume upon Reception of Phone Call Character Entry How To Use the Character Entry screen Screen Control Screen Control Setup Menu Setup Menu Audio Setup Crossover Network Setup iPod Setup Software Information System Setup AV Interface Setup...

  • Page 4: How To Read This Manual

    How to read this manual This manual uses illustrations to explain its operations. The displays and panels shown in this manual are examples used to provide clear explanations of the operations. For this reason, they may be different from the actual displays or panels used, or some display patterns may be different.

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    If the optional monitor, KOS-L702 is connected to this unit, you can operate this unit by simply touching the buttons on the screen. English...

  • Page 6: Safety Precautions

    KOS-V1000 About disc changers connected to this unit Kenwood disc changers released in 1998 or later can be connected to this unit. Refer to the catalog or consult your Kenwood dealer for connectable models of disc changers.

  • Page 7: Notes

    • If you experience problems during installation, consult your Kenwood dealer. • When you purchase optional accessories, check with your Kenwood dealer to make sure that they work with your model and in your area. • The characters conforming to ISO 8859-1 character set can be displayed.

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    If you connect an iPod with commercially available USB cable, it is treated as a mass storage class device. • For the supported formats and types of USB device, refer to www.kenwood.com/usb/. • Attach the correct extension for the Audio file (AAC: ".M4A", MP3: ".MP3", WMA: ".WMA") •...

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    About Picture files Acceptable picture files • Format: JPEG • Baseline format: Up to a maximum of 8192(W) × 7680(H) pixels • Progressive format: Up to a maximum of 1600(W) × 1200(H) pixels ⁄ • Enlarges and reduces images up to the size shown above to fit to the screen.

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    Basic Operation Turning ON the Power Turn on the car ignition key. Turning OFF the Power Turn off the car ignition key. ⁄ • When KOS-L702 is connected to this unit, the power switch of KOS-L702 can also be used. Common operations (AUD mode) Cursor key Moves the cursor when displaying menu.

  • Page 11: Battery Installation

    ¤ • Put the Remote Controller in a place where it will not move during braking or other operations. A dangerous situation could result, if the Remote Controller falls down and gets wedged under the pedals while driving. • Do not place the battery near an open flame or heat source. This may cause the battery to explode. •...

  • Page 12: Playing A Usb Device

    Basic Operations Common operations (AUD mode) Playing a USB device When connecting a USB device, playback starts automatically. Removing the USB device Press on the USB control screen to enter the USB suspend mode, and then remove the USB device. Refer to <USB Device Control> (page 18). ¤...

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    Switches the video source The video source switches in the following order each time you press the button. Video iPod Rear Camera Navigation When you press the button again, the previous video display comes back on. ⁄ • The Rear view camera video is displayed when the vehicle's gear is in "Reverse". •...

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    Basic Operations Common operations (AUD mode) Switches the function screen The function control screen switches in the following order each time you press the button. Picture & Easy Control Panel Source Control Screen Picture Panel (OFF) The following buttons are always displayed on the source control screen. KOS-V1000 DISP V.SEL...

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    Audio files (AUD mode) Folder search Selects the folder to be played. Radio (AUD mode) Band switching Switches to bands received by the unit. Direct tuning After pressing this key, use the numeric keypad to specify the broadcast station you wish to receive.

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    Basic Operations NAVI (NAVI mode) Joystick Scrolls the map, or moves the cursor. ENTER Performs the selected function. ZOOM Zooms in or out the navigation map. MENU Displays Main menu. KOS-V1000 DISP V.SEL ZOOM MENU POSITION • • ENTER • •...

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    CANCEL Displays previous screen. POSITION Displays the current position. Hands-free communication Enters the dialing method selection mode. When a call comes in, it answers the call. English...

  • Page 18: Usb Device Control

    USB Device Control You can control and listen to songs in your USB device by simply connecting it to the USB connector of this unit. • For the connection of a USB device, refer to <Basic Operations> (page 12). Functions when Displaying the Easy Control Panel Displays a floating control panel in the screen.

  • Page 19: Usb List

    3 Selects a folder. (Only in Folder Select Mode)* 4 Selects a file. 5 Plays or pauses. 6 Switches the button display. 7 Starts or stops Scan Play (that plays the beginning of each music one after the other). 8 Repeats to play (the present music). 9 Starts or stops Random Play (to play music in random order).

  • Page 20: Folder Select

    USB Device Control Folder Select Searches folders and Audio files stored in the USB device according to hierarchy. Start Folder Select Selects a song 1 Scrolls the list. 2 Lists folders and Audio files Folder opens when touched, and the Audio file is played.

  • Page 21: Music Disc Listening

    Music Disc Listening You can recall various control screens during Disc Changer playback. Functions When Displaying the Easy Control Panel Displays a floating control panel in the screen. AUDIO RETURN MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC ROUTEM VOICE CANCEL AV OUT OPEN SUBTITLE VIEW MAP DIR ANGLE...

  • Page 22: Functions While Displaying The Control Screen

    Music Disc Listening Functions While Displaying the Control Screen During playback on disc changer 1 Music information display Selects the Disc Name (see <Set Disc Name>, page 22) or Track Text mode for text display. When is appeared, the text display is scrolled by pressing it.

  • Page 23: Disc Select

    End Name set Disc Select Displays a list of discs in the Disc changer and allows you to select the disc to listen. Start Direct Select Select a Disc 1 Scrolls the list. 2 Lists the discs. Plays when touched. 3 Switches the list name to Disc name or Disc Text.

  • Page 24: Radio Listening

    Radio Listening Various control screens appear in the Tuner Source mode. • For the basic method of receiver button operations, refer to <Basic Operations> (page 10). • Set the remote controller mode switch to "AUD" mode before starting operation, refer to <Remote Controller mode switch> (page 11).

  • Page 25: Seek Mode

    6 Switches the button display. 7 Selects the Monaural reception mode. (Only when receiving the FM broadcast) 8 Selects the Auto Memory mode. (Refer to page 26 for the <Auto Memory>) 9 Switches the Seek Mode. (Refer to page 25 for the <Seek Mode>) p Switches the number of lines displayed in the Information Display.

  • Page 26: Auto Memory

    Radio Listening Auto Memory Stores stations with good reception in memory automatically. Select a band you wish to store in memory Select the Auto Memory mode Start Auto Memory Touch Auto Memory terminates when 6 stations are stored or when all stations are tuned in. ⁄...

  • Page 27: Preset Select

    Preset Select Lists and selects memorized station. Start Preset Select Selects a station 1 Scrolls the list. 2 Memorized stations are displayed. Touch to tune in. 3 Returns to the original screen. Radio Text You can display the radio text. (Only when receiving the FM broadcast) Select a station Display the radio text...

  • Page 28: Direct Search

    Radio Listening Direct Search Tunes in a station when its frequency is entered. Select a band AV OUT OPEN SUBTITLE VIEW MAP DIR ANGLE FM + ZOOM AM− 2 ZONE Select the Direct Search mode R.VOL PQRS WXYZ CLEAR DIRECT Enter frequency 2 ZONE R.VOL...

  • Page 29: Search For Program Type

    Search for Program Type A program is tuned when you set its program type. (Only when receiving the FM broadcast) Enter Program Type mode Select a Program Type 1 Program Type is displayed. Touch to select a Program Type. 2 Scrolls the Program Type list. 3 Search for the program type.

  • Page 30: Ipod Control

    (Resume Function). • If the played song is not a video content, "No iPod Video Signal" is displayed on the video screen. • While connecting an iPod, "KENWOOD" appears on the iPod and the iPod's control is disabled. KOS-V1000 Functions when Displaying the Easy Control Panel Displays a floating control panel in the screen.

  • Page 31: Functions While Displaying The Control Screen

    Functions while displaying the Control Screen Switches to control screen to use various playback functions. NAVI MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC AUDIO RETURN ROUTEM VOICE CANCEL AV OUT OPEN SUBTITLE VIEW MAP DIR ANGLE FM + NAVI AUDIO RETURN MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC ROUTEM VOICE CANCEL...

  • Page 32: Ipod List

    iPod Control iPod List Lists and searches music/video contained in the iPod. Display the iPod List Select music/video 1 Switches list page. 2 Categories and music are listed. Touch a category name to move its lower level. If music title is displayed, the music is played by touching it.

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  • Page 34: Basic Operations

    TV Watching Various control screens appear in the TV Source mode. (You can only operate TV with the optional accessory TV Tuner connected.) Functions During TV Screen Basic functions are available even when the TV screen is displayed. Display the TV screen ZOOM MENU 1 TV Band Number Display...

  • Page 35: Functions While Displaying The Control Screen

    Functions While Displaying the Control Screen Switches to control screen to use various playback functions. NAVI MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC AUDIO RETURN ROUTEM VOICE CANCEL AV OUT OPEN SUBTITLE VIEW MAP DIR ANGLE FM + NAVI AUDIO RETURN MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC ROUTEM VOICE CANCEL...

  • Page 36: Auto Memory

    TV Watching Auto Memory Stores stations with good reception in memory automatically. Select a band you wish to store in memory Select the Auto Memory mode Start Auto Memory Auto Memory terminates when 6 stations are stored or when all stations are tuned in. ⁄...

  • Page 37: Preset Select

    Preset Select Lists and selects memorized station. Start Preset Select Selects a station 1 Memorized stations are displayed. Touch to tune in. 2 Returns to the original screen. Set Station Name Assigns a name to a station. Select a station you wish to name Start Name set Enter the name See <Character Entry>...

  • Page 38: Video Watching

    Video Watching Functions When Displaying the Easy Control Panel Displays a floating control panel in the screen. 1 Video switch Area Switches to Video1/Video2. MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC AUDIO ROUTEM VOICE AV OUT OPEN SUBTITLE VIEW MAP DIR ANGLE FM + 2 Switches the source.

  • Page 39: Dab Tuner Control

    DAB Tuner Control Various control screens appear in the DAB Tuner source mode. (with the optional accessory DAB tuner connected only) Functions When Displaying the Easy Control Panel Displays a floating control panel in the screen. AUDIO RETURN MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC ROUTEM VOICE...

  • Page 40: Seek Mode

    DAB Tuner Control 6 Selects the primary or secondary operation. 7 Selects the Auto memory mode. (page 41 for the <Auto Ensemble memory>) 8 Switches the Seek Mode. (page 40 for the <Seek Mode>) 9 Switches the number of lines displayed in the Information Display.

  • Page 41: Auto Ensemble Memory

    Auto Ensemble Memory An ensemble with good reception is stored in memory automatically. Select a band you wish to store in memory Select the Auto Memory mode Start Auto Memory Touch Auto Memory terminates when 6 stations are stored or when all stations are tuned in. : Press for # seconds.

  • Page 42: Service Select

    DAB Tuner Control Service Select Listing and selecting service in the current ensemble. Start Service Select Select a serveice 1 Selects a service. Tunes in the touched service. 2 Scrolls the service list. 3 Returns to the original screen. Search the serveice KOS-V1000 Language Filter Setting Setting the menu language.

  • Page 43: Search For Program Type

    Search for Program Type Specifying program type and searching service. Start Program Type mode Select Program Type 1 Program Type display 2 Switches Program Type. 3 4 5 are displayed and you can switch the language. Touching once more erases 4 5 and then you can switch the program type.

  • Page 44: Source Select

    Source Select The source you wish to listen to can be selected quickly. Displaying the Control Screen Display control screen MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC AUDIO ROUTEM VOICE AV OUT OPEN SUBTITLE VIEW MAP DIR ANGLE FM + Press several times until the Control Screen appears.

  • Page 45: External Device Power Supply Control

    External Device Power Supply Control Controlling the external device power supply. External Device Power Supply Control Controlling the external device power supply. Displays the EXT SW Control screen [EXT SW] appears when the control screen of each source or Easy control panel is displayed. Controls the external device power supply 1 You can turn on or off the external device power supply.

  • Page 46: Muting Audio Volume Upon Reception Of Phone Call

    Muting Audio Volume upon Reception of Phone call Muting Audio Volume upon Reception of Phone Call When the telephone is called, the system is paused automatically. When the telephone is called... The Phone Call ("CALL") screen appears, and system is paused. Phone Call ("CALL") screen If you want to continue to listen to the audio source during phone call...

  • Page 47: Character Entry

    Character Entry How To Use the Character Entry Screen When you select the Set Disc Name mode or others, the following screen appears for character entry. Character Entry screen 1 Shifts the cursor. 2 Enters a space. If you erase a character, locate the cursor on it and touch this button.

  • Page 48: Screen Control

    Screen Control Screen Control Setting the monitor screen. Display Easy control panel MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC AUDIO ROUTEM VOICE AV OUT OPEN SUBTITLE VIEW MAP DIR ANGLE FM + Display the Screen Control screen Adjust the picture quality 1 Brightness Control Disabled if Auto Dimmer is On.

  • Page 49: Hands Free Unit Control

    Hands Free Unit Control • You need to register your cell-phone to your Bluetooth Hands Free Box beforehand. Make sure to read the instruction manual of the Bluetooth Hands Free Box as well. Control Screen Function Displaying the control screen and using various functions.

  • Page 50: When Called

    Hands Free Unit Control ⁄ • While your car is moving, some functions are disabled for safety’s sake. The buttons associated with the disabled functions become ineffective if pressed. • When the Hands-Free Control screen appears, the name of the connected cell-phone is displayed for 5 seconds. •...

  • Page 51: Quick Dialing

    Quick Dialing You can register up to 3 phone numbers for quick dialing. To register a phone number: Display a phone number you wish to register See the <Calling by Phone Book> (page 51), <Redialing> (page 53) and <When Dialing> (page 50).

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    Hands Free Unit Control Phone Book List screen Phone Book List Kenwood 0426465116 Kenwood name name name name 4 Scrolls the list. 5 Enters the destination name. 6 Cancels the operations. 7 Returns to the Hands-Free Control screen. Select a destination you wish to call...

  • Page 53: Redialing

    0123456789 Mother 0123456789 Brother 0123456789 Sister 0123456789 Kenwood 0123456789 1 Scrolls the list. 2 Enters the destination name. 3 Switches the Redial List between 5 numbers display and single number display. 4 Enters the destination data and returns to the Hands-Free Control screen.

  • Page 54: Setting Up The Hands-free Phone

    Hands Free Unit Control Setting up the Hands-Free Phone The Hands-Free system can be set as follows. Hands-Free Set Up screen Hands Free SETUP Auto Response Phone Voice Front L Beep Select 1 Sets an automatic response time after call termination.

  • Page 55: Deleting The Hands-free Phone

    Deleting the Hands-Free Phone You can cancel a registration of Hands-Free phone. Display the Hands-Free Set Up screen Display the Phone Delete list Hands Free SETUP Auto Response Phone Voice Front L Beep Select Remove Phone Delete screen Remove Father Mother Brother1 Brother2...

  • Page 56: Setup Menu

    Setup Menu You can set up various receiver parameters. Setup Menu Displays the Setup Menu to set various functions. Display the control screen MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC AUDIO ROUTEM VOICE AV OUT OPEN SUBTITLE VIEW MAP DIR ANGLE FM + Press several times until the control screen appears.

  • Page 57: Crossover Network Setup

    Crossover Network Setup You can set a crossover frequency of speakers. Select the speaker to set the crossover 1 Sets the High Pass Filter of the front speaker. 2 Sets the High Pass Filter of the rear speaker. 3 Sets the Low Pass Filter of the sub woofer. 4 Switches to the crossover setup screen.

  • Page 58: System Setup

    Setup Menu System Setup You can set up the system parameters. Display the System SETUP screen Touch [System SETUP] in the SETUP Menu (page 56). Setup each item 1 Turns the key touch tone On or Off. ( 2 Allows scrolling of text display on the Source Control screen.

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    4 Selects a navigation system connection. RGB) "RGB": Allows the Kenwood’s Navigation System to connect via its interface cable. "AV-IN": Allows a third-party navigation system to connect via the AV INPUT1 port. "Off": Must be used if no navigation system is connected. (The navigation display is cancelled when the AV source is switched.)

  • Page 60: User Interface

    Setup Menu User Interface You can set up user interface parameters. Display the User Interface screen Touch [User Interface] in the SETUP Menu (page 56). Setup each item 1 Selects the background to display. "Change": Displays images entered into this unit. Refer to <Background Select>...

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    q Sets an on-screen display of the TV screen. Auto) (with the optional accessory TV tuner connected only) "Auto": Information is displayed for 5 seconds when updated. "Manual": Information is displayed when you touch on the screen. w Returns to the original screen. e Sets whether to display animation when switching screens.

  • Page 62: Entering Background

    Setup Menu Entering Background Loads images for background. Connect the device which has the image to load Display the User Interface screen Select the image to load Background Memory Folder Select usb1 sample images1 sample images2 sample images3 sample images4 sample images5 1 Returns to Media Select screen.

  • Page 63: Background Select

    Background Select Selects a image for background. Select Background Select screen Select a image for background Background Change 1 Returns to the initial background. 2 Returns to the original screen. Set the image as the background Background Change Touch panel Adjustment You can adjust the touch panel operations.

  • Page 64: Clock Setup

    Setup Menu Clock Setup You can adjust the clock time. Display the Clock Setup screen Touch [Clock] in the SETUP Menu (page 56). Setup the Clock 1 Clock time display 2 Adjusts hours. 3 Adjusts minutes. 4 Sets "00" minute. Setup examples: 3:00~3:29 \ 3:00 3:30~3:59 \ 4:00 5 Sets the clock time in synchronization with...

  • Page 65

    8 Selects a screen mode of the VIDEO2 playback screen. You can select any of the following screen mode. "Full", "Just", "Zoom", "Normal" 9 Returns to the original screen. p Selects a screen mode of the rear view camera (R-CAM) screen. You can select any of the following screen mode.

  • Page 66: Security Code Setup

    Setup Menu Security Code Setup You can set a security code to protect your receiver system against theft. ⁄ • When the Security Code function is activated it cannot be released. Note, your Security Code is the 4 digit number entered in your "Car Audio Passport"...

  • Page 67: Tv Setup

    If you have pressed the Reset button or if you have disconnected the Receiver from battery... Enter the correct security code You must enter the same security code as that you have entered in Step 3. Enter the security code Now, you can use your Receiver.

  • Page 68: Rds Setup

    Setup Menu RDS Setup The related RDS parameters can be set. Display RDS SETUP screen Touch [RDS SETUP] in the SETUP Menu (page 56). Setting up RDS 1 Sets a news bulletin interrupt time. 2 Turns the Alternative Frequency function On or Off.

  • Page 69: Announcement Select

    Announcement Select You can set various announcement reception parameters. Display the Announcement screen See <DAB Setup> (page 68). Set the announcement parameters 1 Turns the Announcement Reception function On or Off. 2 Returns to the original screen. AMP Control Sets the power amp connected via the LX bus. (with the optional accessory LX Power Amp connected only) Displaying the Amp Control screen...

  • Page 70: Setup Memory

    Setup Menu Setup Memory Audio Set Up and AV Interface settings can be memorized. The memorized settings can be recalled at any time. For example, even when the settings are cleared due to replacement of the battery, the settings can be restored. Display the SETUP Memory screen Touch [SETUP Memory] in the SETUP Menu (page 56).

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    When recalling the memorized settings: Touching the screen displays a confirmation message. Touch . To cancel recalling, touch When clearing the currently memorized settings: Touching the screen displays a confirmation message. Touch . To cancel clearing, touch Quit memorization/recalling of settings English...

  • Page 72: Ext Sw Setup

    Setup Menu EXT SW Setup Setting up power specification of the external device for which the power is controlled from this unit. Display the EXT SW SETUP screen Touch [Ext SW SETUP] in the SETUP Menu (page 56). Perform EXT SW Setup Setting EXT SW Control 1 (EXT SW1) 1 Sets the name of the external device.

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  • Page 74: Audio Control

    Audio Control Audio Control Menu Displays the Audio Control menu to set the sound effect function of this unit. Display the control screen MODE/TOP MENU FNC/MENU/PBC AUDIO ROUTEM VOICE AV OUT OPEN SUBTITLE VIEW MAP DIR ANGLE FM + Press several times until the control screen appears.

  • Page 75: Equalizer Control

    6 Adjusts the bass boost of the B.M.S power amplifier (optional accessory). 7 Sets the center frequency of bass boost you have set for "AMP Bass". If you set the center frequency to "Low", it will be dropped approximately 20% to 30%. 8 Adjusts the subwoofer volume.

  • Page 76: Tone Setup

    Audio Control Tone Setup You can set a Tone curve. Display the Tone screen See <Equalizer Control> (page 75). Set the Tone 1 Bass adjustment items are displayed. 2 Middle adjustment items are displayed. 3 Treble adjustment items are displayed. 4 Bass DC Extend settings (Only when Bass is selected) If turned "On", it extends the bass...

  • Page 77

    ⁄ • When the rear speaker sound is switched, the audio source that is output at the AV OUTPUT terminal is also switched to the same source. However, if you have set the "Area" to "Reverse", the audio source that is output at the AV OUTPUT terminal is switched depending on the front sound source.

  • Page 78: Help? Troubleshooting

    Help? Troubleshooting Some functions of this unit may be disabled by some settings made on this unit. • Cannot set up the subwoofer. • Cannot set up subwoofer phase. • No output from the subwoofer. • Cannot set up the low pass filter. •...

  • Page 79: Help? Error

    ➡ Push the unit's Reset button. If the "Error 07−67" message does not disappear, see your nearest Kenwood dealer. No Device (USB device)/Disconnected (iPod): The USB device/iPod is selected as a source although no USB device/iPod is connected.

  • Page 80: Accessories

    Accessories Accessories KOS-V1000 ...1 ...1 ...2 ...1 ...1 ...1 ...4 ...1 ...1 ...1 ...1 ...2 ...1...

  • Page 81: Installation Procedure

    Therefore, the speaker wire should be checked. • If your car is not prepared for this special connection- system, consult your Kenwood dealer. • Only use antenna conversion adapters (ISO-JASO) when the antenna cord has an ISO plug.

  • Page 82: Connection

    Connection Antenna cord is used when receiving a radio station with the built-in tuner. In this case, set "TUNER source" in <System Setup> (page 58) to "On". Connector A Battery wire (Yellow) Ignition wire (Red) Connector B Connect to the vehicle's parking brake detection switch harness using the supplied relay connector.

  • Page 83

    Accessory 8 USB device (commercially available) ILLUMI REVERSE REMO.CONT MUTE ANT CONT P. CONT EXT. CONT To Relay Box Accessory 9 Accessory 0 Accessory 3 Wiring harness (Accessory 1) Ground wire (Black) - (To car chassis) If you connect the ignition wire (red) and the battery wire (yellow) to the car chassis (ground), you may cause a short circuit, that in turn may start a fire.

  • Page 84: Connecting Wires To Terminals

    Connecting Wires to Terminals Connector Function Guide Pin Numbers for Cable Colour ISO Connectors External Power Connector Yellow Blue/White Orange/White Black Speaker Connector Purple Purple/Black Gray Gray/Black White White/Black Green Green/Black 2WARNING Connecting the ISO Connector The pin arrangement for the ISO connectors depends on the type of vehicle you drive.

  • Page 85: System Connection

    System Connection ■ Rear View Camera Input • Visual input (Yellow) ■ Audio/Visual Output 2 • Visual output (Yellow) • Audio left output (White) • Audio right output (Red) ■ Audio/Visual Output 1 • Visual output (Yellow) • Audio left output (White) •...

  • Page 86: Optional Accessory Connection

    Optional Accessory Connection iPod (commercially available) KCA-iP300V (Optional Accessory) Audio Output (Black) Visual Output (Yellow) USB terminal TV Tuner (Optional Accessory) UNIT MONITOR KOS-V1000 Accessory 6 Accessory 6 Accessory 3 INPUT ANTENNA Connection cable (Included in the TV tuner) Connection cable (Included in the Disc changer) Disc Changer etc.

  • Page 87

    KOS-L702 (Optional Accessory) Accessory 5 DVD Player etc. (Optional Accessory) Connection cable (Included in KOS-L702) English...

  • Page 88: Installation

    Installation Installation for Remote control sensor Wipe off the installation location with a cleaning cloth. Secure the Remote control sensor (Accessory 8) in the specified place with the double- sided adhesive tape. • Install the Remote control sensor on a flat surface. If it is installed on a curved surface, the tape adhesion may weaken and the controller may come off.

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  • Page 90: Specifications

    Specifications USB interface section USB Standard : USB1.1/ 2.0 File System : FAT16/ 32 Maximum Supply current : 500 mA D/A Converter : 24 bit Decoder : MP3/ WMA/AAC KOS-V1000 FM tuner section Frequency range (50 kHz) : 87.5 MHz – 108.0 MHz Usable sensitivity (S/N = 26dB) : 0.7 μV /75 Ω...

  • Page 91

    Video section Color system of external video input : NTSC/PAL External video input level (RCA jacks) : 1Vp-p/75Ω External audio max input level (RCA jacks) : 2V/25kΩ Analog RGB input (NAVI)(TV-SECAM) : 0.7Vp-p/75Ω Video output level (RCA jacks) : 1Vp-p/75Ω Audio output level (RCA jacks) : 1.2V/10kΩ...

  • Page 92

    This Product is not installed by the manufacturer of a vehicle on the production line, nor by the professional importer of a vehicle into an EU Member State. Information on Disposal of Old Electrical and Electronic Equipment (applicable for EU countries that have adopted separate waste collection systems) Products with the symbol (crossed-out wheeled bin) cannot be disposed as household waste.

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