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GPS NAVIGATION SYSTEM
SISTEMA DE NAVEGACIÓN GPS
SYSTÈME DE NAVIGATION GPS
KW-NT500HDT / KW-NT300
This HD Radio receiver enables:
This HD Radio receiver enables:
Only for KW-NT500HDT
Sólo para KW-NT500HDT
Uniquement pour le
KW-NT500HDT
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
Only for KW-NT500HDT
Sólo para KW-NT500HDT
Uniquement pour le
KW-NT500HDT
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.
LVT2277-001A
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  • Page 1 GPS NAVIGATION SYSTEM SISTEMA DE NAVEGACIÓN GPS SYSTÈME DE NAVIGATION GPS KW-NT500HDT / KW-NT300 This HD Radio receiver enables: This HD Radio receiver enables: Only for KW-NT500HDT Only for KW-NT500HDT Sólo para KW-NT500HDT Sólo para KW-NT500HDT Uniquement pour le Uniquement pour le...
  • Page 2 Thank you for purchasing a JVC product. Please read all instructions carefully before operation, to ensure your complete understanding and to obtain the best possible performance from the unit. IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS 1. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT 2. CAUTION: Do not open the top cover. There are no user serviceable parts inside the unit; leave all servicing to qualified service personnel.
  • Page 3 (For USA) Cautions on the monitor: CAUTION: This device and its antenna(s) must not be • The monitor built in this unit has been produced co-located or operating in conjunction with any other with high precision, but it may have some antenna or transmitter.
  • Page 4 This equipment complies with FCC/IC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment and meets the FCC radio frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines in Supplement C to OET65 and RSS-102 of the IC radio frequency (RF) Exposure rules. This equipment has very low levels of RF energy that it deemed to comply without maximum permissive exposure evaluation (MPE). But it is desirable that it should be installed and operated keeping the radiator at least 20 cm or more away from person’...
  • Page 5: How To Forcibly Eject A Disc

    • Make sure you remove the disc so that it does not fall. How to read this manual: • Illustrations of KW-NT500HDT are mainly used for explanation. • < > indicates the variable screens/menus/operations/settings that appear on the touch panel.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents How to forcibly eject a disc .................5 Introduction ..........10 Parts identification ................10 Installation settings ................11 Basic operations ................11 • Turning on the power ................11 • Turning off/on the screen .................11 • Operations on the touch panel ..............12 • Using the Quick menu ................13 •...
  • Page 7 Common operations on source screen ..........42 • Selecting the playback source ..............42 • Turning off the AV source .................42 Listening to the HD Radio™ broadcast (For KW-NT500HDT)....43 • Changing HD Radio reception mode ............45 • Storing stations in memory ..............45 •...
  • Page 8 Contents • Storing channels in memory ..............76 • Selecting preset channels .................76 • Selecting on the list ..................76 • Selecting a channel directly ..............77 • Setting the reception restrictions ..............77 Using other external components ............80 • AV-IN ......................80 • Front AUX ....................80 Changing illumination color ..............81 Settings for video playback..............82 •...
  • Page 9 • Preset dial ....................105 • Storing phone numbers in preset dial .............105 Using Bluetooth audio player ............106 Bluetooth device settings ..............107 Rear View Camera Operations ..... 108 Using a rear view camera ..............108 • Activating the rear view camera .............108 •...
  • Page 10: Introduction

    Introduction Parts identification (Eject) button/Security indicator /SOURCE/Volume knob Flashes when the unit is turned off if you have • Adjusts the audio volume. enabled the security indicator. (☞ page 84) • Displays the source screen. (☞ page 15) • Turns off the AV function.[Hold] (☞ page 42) 2 Disc loading slot 8 microSD card slot 3 Screen (touch panel)
  • Page 11: Installation Settings

    Installation settings Basic operations When you turn on the unit for the first time, the initial Turning on the power setup screen appears. Turn on the ignition switch. Turn on the ignition switch. • When displaying the map screen for the first time The power of the unit is turned on.
  • Page 12: Operations On The Touch Panel

    Basic operations Operations on the touch panel Ex.: Album list When items on the menu are not available Plays back all items in the next lower layer Non-available items will be shaded Scrolling the track/song information To change the page of menu/list When all the text is not shown at once...
  • Page 13: Using The Quick Menu

    Basic operations Using the Quick menu Touch the feature you want to assign to the button. Quick menu is assigned a set of frequently used features, which is user-changeable. It is activated from the current position screen. To use the quick menu You can also change these settings through <Settings>...
  • Page 14: Switching Screens

    Switching screens Navigation mode ■ Map screen ■ Destination Menu Use this screen to search for a destination using one of the available search methods. ■ Settings Menu ■ Function Menu Use this screen to change the detailed Use this screen to get information about settings and get information about the your destination and the travel route.
  • Page 15 Switching screens AV mode ■ AV screen Displays the screen for the current AV source. [Press] ■ Source selection screen Use this screen to select an AV source. The AV control bar is displayed on the map screen. You can perform AV source operations using the AV control bar.
  • Page 16: Navigation System

    Use of the data is only permitted in this specific JVC incurred to you, your passengers or other road users. system. It is forbidden to extract or make further use...
  • Page 17: Basic Operations

    Basic operations About the current position screen Your position Current time POI (Point Of Interest) Home (☞ pages 20 (☞ “List of POI and 33) icons”, page 41) Direction (below) Favorite points Scale (☞ pages 20 and 33) Zoom buttons (☞...
  • Page 18: To Change The Map Scale

    Basic operations To change the map scale To scroll the map Display the zoom buttons and scale buttons. The position you touched is centered on the map. Zoom in (only for 3D map) Touch the arrow to rotate the map 360 degrees You can also zoom in and out by sliding the slider.
  • Page 19: To Display/Hide Poi Icons On The Map

    Basic operations To display/hide POI icons on To display/hide Favorite icons on the map the map Press - <Settings> - <Navigation>. Press - <Settings> - <Navigation>. Select categories (1) of POI which you want Select categories of Favorite Icons that you to be displayed on the map.
  • Page 20: Registering Your Home/Favorite Points

    Registering your home/favorite points You can register up to 300 favorite points (including To register as your home one home). Scroll the map to select the position you want to select as a destination. • To search the destination using <Destination> menu, ☞...
  • Page 21: Searching For A Place

    Searching for a place Setting a destination by Setting a destination using the scrolling the map <Destination> menu Scroll the map to select the position you Press want to select as a destination. (☞ page 18) Select a method to search for a destination. Home * Goes to your home.
  • Page 22: About Search Screens And Input Screens

    Searching for a place About search screens and input screens Read through the following instructions for using search screens and input screens before using <Destination> menu. To enter names, addresses State/Province selecting screen You can change the State/Province if the selecting button appears on the screen.
  • Page 23: By Address

    Searching for a place By address <Address> Enter the house number, then press [OK]. • If you don’t know the number of house for the selected street, you can select [Middle of Road] or [Intersection]. Enter the city name, then select from the list. (☞...
  • Page 24: Poi Near A Place/Route

    Searching for a place POI near a place/route From the list of POI <Vicinity> <POI Name> The System has a huge database of POIs (Point Of Interest), such as restaurants, gas stations, hospitals, etc. You can search for a POI around the place where you are now.
  • Page 25: By Telephone Number

    Searching for a place By telephone number By coordinates <Phone> <Coordinates> Enter the telephone number, then select Enter the latitude and the longitude, then from the list. (☞ page 22) press [OK]. Displays the list of matches The search result is displayed. •...
  • Page 26: How You Are Guided

    How you are guided Starting guidance to the destination or via point Select a destination or via point. (☞ pages 21 . Select a route (1), then press [OK](2). to 25) To set as destination The estimated time and distance to the destination are displayed.
  • Page 27: Changing Route Options

    How you are guided Changing route options Recalculating the route after changing route options Press - <Settings> - <Navigation>. Press - <Function> Set options. Select a route (1), then press [OK](2). Priority Select the priority for route The estimated time and distance to the calculation ([Fastest]: destination are displayed.
  • Page 28: Adjusting The Volume Of The Voice Guidance

    How you are guided Adjusting the volume of the Delete previous destinations voice guidance Press Select items to delete (1), and delete them (2). • You can also adjust the volume through Selected items are highlighted. - <Settings> - <Navigation> - <Guide> - <Guidance Volume>.
  • Page 29: About Route Guidance Screen

    How you are guided About route guidance screen Direction, distance, and estimated time of arrival (ETA) at the destination ( ) or a via point ( ) • Press to switch the information between the final destination and the nearest via point. Next street Distance to the next turn Next turn to make...
  • Page 30: Getting Information On Your Route And Places

    How you are guided Getting information on your route and places To check the entire route If via points are set, select a desired via point to check its detailed information. Press - <Function>. To confirm how your trip will go <Simulation>...
  • Page 31: Arranging Your Route

    Arranging your route Changing the sequence of the destination/via points • Highways are always used to calculate the route if distance to a destination exceeds a certain distance. • If the destination cannot be reached without using highways, ferries, or toll roads, they are used to calculate the route without respect to the <Route>...
  • Page 32: Adjusting The Vehicle Position

    Arranging your route Adjusting the vehicle position If you find your current position is displayed on a wrong Move the cursor to the position where you place on the map, use this setting to correct your want to set as current position. position.
  • Page 33: Editing Registration Of Home/Favorite Points

    Editing registration of home/favorite points Edit the information. Press A Displays the name editing screen C Displays the category selection screen B Displays the phone number editing screen A To edit the name • You can use up to 48 characters. Displays other keyboards •...
  • Page 34: Only For Kw-Nt500Hdt

    Using information service (Only for KW-NT500HDT) This function is available on KW-NT500HDT only, not equipped with on KW-NT300. You can use the information services provided by Total Traffic HD NETWORK service (from HD Radio) and Total Traffic CONNECT service (from iHeartRadio).
  • Page 35 Using information service (Only for KW-NT500HDT) This function is available on KW-NT500HDT only, not equipped with on KW-NT300. Checking the traffic information On the map From <Traffic List> Touch the traffic icon. Press - <Function>. Select a list (1), then a traffic alert (2).
  • Page 36: Using The Information Service

    Using information service (Only for KW-NT500HDT) This function is available on KW-NT500HDT only, not equipped with on KW-NT300. Using the information service To display the information screen To bookmark favorite items You can store (up to 5 bookmarks) favorite items on the Press - <Function>.
  • Page 37: Checking The Information Of The Navigation System

    (<On>). w Information service being received 4 Speed pulse rate 5 GPS antenna connection status (Traffic or Area information; only for KW-NT500HDT) <OK>: GPS antenna is detected (the figure About calibration shows the number of GPS satellites being The calibration is a function conducted in order to received).
  • Page 38: Navigation Menu Items

    Navigation menu items Press - <Settings>. Switches the category by pressing the corresponding tab Menu items Selectable settings Initial: Underlined View Mode (☞page 17) ☞page 19 POI Icon ☞page 19 Favorite Icon Vehicle Icon Color configuration Change the color of the map for the day and night screens. Press [Enter] to display the adjustment screen.
  • Page 39 Navigation menu items Menu items Selectable settings Initial: Underlined Guidance Volume Adjust the volume of the voice guidance and voice alert. (The adjustment does not affect the audio volume.) 1 to 20; Initial 10 Attention Tone Select whether to use the attention tone, which is played before the voice guidance.
  • Page 40: Additional Information

    Additional information • The route calculated by the System is one of the How you are guided possible routes to your destination. The route is not • If GPS signal reception is poor, navigation guidance always the most appropriate one. may not be correct.
  • Page 41 Additional information List of POI icons Gas Station Entertainment Community Parking Child Service Casino Restaurant Education Museum Coffee/Desserts Government/Administration Bar/Nightclub Coffee/Pastries Health/Safety Theater Desserts/Smoothie Insurance Others Legal Service Finance Recreation Multimedia Bowling Center Bank Police/Fire Golf Course Service Post Office Outdoor Shopping Religious...
  • Page 42: Av Operations

    • You can erase the clock display while a video source is played back. (<Clock on Video/Screen-Off>, ☞ page 83) Turning off the AV source HD Radio Switches to the HD Radio. (For KW-NT500HDT) (☞ pages 43 to 49) Tuner Switches to the radio. (☞ pages (For KW-NT300) 50 to 51)
  • Page 43: Listening To The Hd Radio™ Broadcast (For Kw-Nt500Hdt)

    Your JVC receiver will present this information to you via a listing on your radio display. Bookmark also presents QR Codes from advertisers on your radio display. Using a smartphone QR Code app, you can directly link to that advertiser’s website or other related...
  • Page 44 Listening to the HD Radio™ broadcast (For KW-NT500HDT) • HD: Lights when receiving an HD Radio broadcast Band • ST: Lights when receiving an FM stereo broadcast Station frequency currently tuned in Station Call Sign and PTY code for the HD Radio...
  • Page 45: Changing Hd Radio Reception Mode

    Listening to the HD Radio™ broadcast (For KW-NT500HDT) Changing HD Radio reception Storing stations in memory mode You can preset six channels for each band. Automatic presetting — SSM (Strong-station While receiving an HD Radio broadcast, you can change Sequential Memory) the reception mode —...
  • Page 46: Selecting A Preset Station

    Listening to the HD Radio™ broadcast (For KW-NT500HDT) Manual presetting Selecting a preset station Tune in to a station or channel you want to Display the preset list. preset. (☞ page 44) Band The station frequency you want to preset Display the preset list.
  • Page 47: Bookmarking The Song

    Listening to the HD Radio™ broadcast (For KW-NT500HDT) Bookmarking the song You can bookmark the current song. • The bookmark information is displayed only for the items with the information recorded. • If you have your device read the QR code, the bookmark information will be transferred to the device.
  • Page 48: Tagging/Purchasing Your Favorite Songs From Itunes Store

    Listening to the HD Radio™ broadcast (For KW-NT500HDT) Tagging/purchasing your favorite songs from iTunes Store Some HD Radio broadcasts provide PSD (Program Step 1: Tagging the song Service Data) for a song. You can tag the song and store While receiving a song with PSD...
  • Page 49 Listening to the HD Radio™ broadcast (For KW-NT500HDT) Step 2: Transferring the tagged PSD to Step 3: Purchasing songs from iTunes your iPod/iPhone Store • iTunes 7.4 or later version is required to purchase the tagged songs. Connect the iPod/iPhone to the unit. (☞ page 63) •...
  • Page 50: Listening To The Radio (For Kw-Nt300)

    Listening to the radio (For KW-NT300) Lights when receiving an FM stereo broadcast Band Station frequency currently tuned in The PS (station name) for FM RBDS when PS signal is PTY code for the FM coming in RBDS Buttons for selecting preset stations/presetting stations.
  • Page 51: Selecting A Preset Station

    Listening to the radio (For KW-NT300) Manual presetting Selecting a preset station Tune in to a station or channel you want to preset. (☞ page 50) Select a preset number. [Hold] Also changes preset stations Reducing the interference Auto Increases the tuner selectivity to reduce interference noises between adjacent stations.
  • Page 52: Disc Operations

    Disc operations To insert a disc To eject a disc Insert a disc. Label side • You can eject a disc when playing another AV source. • 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 53: Playable Disc Types

    Disc operations Playable disc types Disc type Recording format, file type, etc. Playable DVD Video (Region Code: 1) * • DTS sound cannot be reproduced or output from this unit. DVD Audio DVD-ROM DVD Recordable/Rewritable DVD Video (DVD-R/-RW * , +R/+RW * DVD-VR * •...
  • Page 54 Disc operations Watching DVD Video/DVD-VR (DVD Video playback screen) (Skipping/searching (1), show the operating buttons (2)) Audio format Playback mode Disc type Playback status (8: pause/7: stop) Seek bar Title no./Chapter no./ Playing time [3 / 8] Starts playback/pauses. Hides/displays the operating Stops playback.
  • Page 55 Disc operations VR playback mode—VR-PROG Audio format (program) or VR-PLAY (playlist) Playback mode Disc type Playback status (8: pause/7: stop) Program no. (or Playlist Seek bar no.)/Chapter no. (or file no.)/Playing time [3 / 8] Starts playback/pauses. Hides/displays the operating buttons Stops playback.
  • Page 56 Disc operations Listening to music Disc (CD/MP3/WAV/WMA/AAC) Playback mode Playback status (8: pause) Disc type Seek bar Track no./Playing time The track information appears when it is recorded. [3 / 8] Starts playback/pauses. Selects playback modes. (☞ page 57) [4] [¢] Press: Selects track. [Mode] Changes the settings for disc Hold: Reverse/forward search.
  • Page 57: Selecting Playback Modes

    Disc operations Selecting playback modes For CD/MP3/WAV/WMA/AAC For DVD/DVD-VR Playback mode Playback mode Selects Random Selects Repeat Selects Repeat playback mode playback mode playback mode • For DVD: • You cannot activate the repeat mode and the random Repeats current chapter. CHAP.
  • Page 58: Settings For The Disc Playback

    Disc operations Settings for the disc playback Disc Setup items Selectable settings Initial: Underlined Menu Language Select the initial disc menu language; Initial English. (☞ also page 87) Audio Language Select the initial audio language; Initial English. (☞ also page 87) Subtitle Language Select the initial subtitle language or erase the subtitle (Off);...
  • Page 59: Sd/Usb Operations

    SD/USB operations This unit can play the MP3/WMA/AAC/FLAC/MPEG4/MPEG4-AVC H.264/WMV files stored in microSD card/USB mass storage class device. • All tracks in the microSD card/USB device will be played repeatedly until you change the source. • Make sure all important data has been backed up. Playing back microSD card Playing back USB device You can connect a USB mass storage class device such as...
  • Page 60 SD/USB operations Caution: • Do not connect 2 or more USB hubs to the USB cable of the unit. • If you connect a USB device with large consumption current to the USB hub, it may not operate. In this case, connect the device directly to the USB cable.
  • Page 61 SD/USB operations Listening to audio files Audio format (MP3/WMA/AAC/FLAC) Playback mode Playback status (8: pause) Source type (“SD” or “USB”) Seek bar Folder no./Track no./ Playing time Tag data appears only While playing, “Jacket when it is recorded. picture” is shown if the file (Current folder name has the tag data including and file name appear if...
  • Page 62 SD/USB operations Watching video files (Video file playback screen) (Skipping/searching (1), show the operating buttons (2)) MPEG4/MPEG4-AVC H.264/WMV MPEG4/MPEG4-AVC H.264/WMV MPEG4/MPEG4-AVC H.264/WMV MPEG4/MPEG4-AVC H.264/WMV Playback status Video format Playback mode (8: pause) Audio format Source type (“SD” or “USB”) Seek bar Current folder name and file name Folder no./Track no./...
  • Page 63: Ipod/Iphone Operations

    iPod/iPhone operations • You can control the following iPod/iPhone Playing back iPod/iPhone models: Connect iPod/iPhone – iPod classic For connections, refer also to the Installation/ – iPod nano (6th Generation) Connection Manual. – iPod nano (5th Generation) • Use the following cables: –...
  • Page 64 iPod/iPhone operations Setting the iPod control mode Caution: iPod Control Mode • When you turn on this unit, the iPod/iPhone is Head Mode Controls playback from this unit. charged through the unit. iPod Mode Controls audio/video playback from the However, when connected via a USB hub, the iPod/iPhone.
  • Page 65 • When playing back a track containing Artwork , Notice: operating buttons temporarily disappear while When operating an iPod/iPhone, some operations loading its Artwork. may not be performed correctly or as intended. In this case, visit the following JVC web site: <http:// www3.jvckenwood.com/english/car/> (English website only)
  • Page 66 iPod/iPhone operations Watching the video in the iPod/iPhone To watch the video, select an item from the list. (☞ page 67) (iPod/iPhone playback screen) (Skipping/searching (1), shows the operating buttons (2)) Track no./Total track number/Playing time Playback mode Playback status (8: pause) Seek bar Tag data appears only when it is recorded...
  • Page 67: Selecting A Track/Video From Menu On The Ipod/Iphone

    iPod/iPhone operations Selecting a track/video from menu on the iPod/iPhone Displays the top/previous layer See page 68 Select the menu (Music or Video) (1), a category (2). Music menu: Select the item in the selected layer until a desired track starts playing. Corresponding icon lights in blue.
  • Page 68 iPod/iPhone operations Searching for items in the selected category by alphabet Press [List]. Display the first character of the title of the item you want to search for (1), then search for an item (2). Press the character button repeatedly until the desired item is displayed.
  • Page 69: Iheartradio Operations

    iHeartRadio operations What is iHeartRadio? iHeartRadio is an iPod touch/iPhone application that can deliver access to over 750 local radio stations in both AM and FM, as well as commercial-free and artist-programmed channels. All stations are streamed in high- quality AAC format. Install the latest version of the iHeartRadio application to your iPod touch/iPhone.
  • Page 70 iHeartRadio operations Searching from the Station List Searching for stations in All Cities category by alphabet You can use the Station List screen to search for stations. Press [Stations]. Press [Stations]. • It may take time to display lists with many items. Select the station type.
  • Page 71 iHeartRadio operations Storing your favorite stations To delete the station from the favorite list Press [Stations]. Select the favorites. The station currently being listened to is added to the [Favorites] station list. • A maximum of 100 stations can be added to the [Favorites] station list.
  • Page 72 iHeartRadio operations Tagging songs and purchasing songs from the Purchase the song from the iTunes Store. iTunes Store iHeartRadio provides tag information for each song. Press [Tag]. While listening to a song with tag information: 1 Connect the iPod touch/iPhone to the computer.
  • Page 73: Pandora® Internet Radio Operations

    Pandora® internet radio operations About Pandora® internet radio The requirements for listening to Pandora are as follows: • Use an Apple iPhone or iPod touch running under iOS3 or later. • Search for “Pandora” in the Apple iTunes App Store to find and install the latest version of the Pandora® application on your device.
  • Page 74 Pandora® internet radio operations Thumb up/down indicator Playing time Playback status Station name (8: pause) Track information The picture data is displayed if available from the current content. [Stations] Displays the Station List. Bookmarks the artist. (☞ below) Bookmarks the current track. ] Selects thumbs up/thumbs [3 / 8] Starts/pauses playback.
  • Page 75: Listening To The Siriusxm Radio

    Listening to the SiriusXM Radio Before operating, connect the SiriusXM tuner (not supplied) to the expansion port on the rear of the unit. (☞ Installation/Connection Manual) Activating subscription Select “SiriusXM” as the source. SiriusXM Tuner starts updating all the SiriusXM channels. Check your Radio ID.
  • Page 76: Storing Channels In Memory

    Listening to the SiriusXM Radio Storing channels in memory Selecting on the list You can preset six channels for each band. Tune in to a station you want to preset. (☞ page 75) Display the preset list. Select a channel. Select a category Select a preset number you want to store.
  • Page 77: Selecting A Channel Directly

    Listening to the SiriusXM Radio Selecting a channel directly Enter a 4-digit new code number (1), then press [OK] (2). Press: Deletes last character Hold: Deletes all characters Enter the channel number (1), then press [OK] (2). Enter the same code, then press [OK]. Select the category, then the channel you want to activate the channel locking.
  • Page 78 Listening to the SiriusXM Radio Adding/changing channel locking • When you try to receive a channel or select a channel directly by entering the channel number Display <Channel Locking> screen. with the channel locking activated, the lock code input screen appears and you cannot receive the channel until you enter the correct code.
  • Page 79 Listening to the SiriusXM Radio To clear the selection of channels with the Skipping the unwanted channels channel locking activated If you do not want to receive some channels, you can skip them. On <Mode> screen. Setting the channel skipping Activate the channel skip function.
  • Page 80: Using Other External Components

    Using other external components AV-IN Front AUX You can connect an external component to the LINE Connect an external component. IN/VIDEO IN jacks. (☞ Installation/Connection Manual) Select <AV-IN> as the source. Turn on the connected component and start playing the source. AV-IN audio screen 3.5 mm (1/8”) stereo mini plug (not supplied)
  • Page 81: Changing Illumination Color

    Changing illumination color You can change the illumination color of the buttons on the monitor panel. Saving your own adjustments Press - <Settings>. • When variable color illumination is selected, you cannot adjust the color. After selecting a color in step 5 on the left... Adjust the color.
  • Page 82: Settings For Video Playback

    Settings for video playback Picture/aspect ratio Aspect ratio settings adjustment 4:3 signal 16:9 signal Full: You can adjust the picture quality and change the aspect For 16:9 original ratio for video source, except for the picture quality for pictures SD/USB and the aspect ratio for rear view camera. Regular: Display the adjustment menu.
  • Page 83 System settings items Menu items Selectable settings Initial: Underlined Time Zone Select your residential area from one of the following time zones for clock adjustment. Hawaii (UTC–10:00), Alaska (UTC–09:00), Pacific (UTC–08:00), Mountain (UTC–07:00), Central (UTC–06:00), Eastern (UTC–05:00), Atlantic (UTC–04:00), Newfoundland (UTC–03:30) Activate this if your residential area is subject to DST.
  • Page 84 System settings items Menu items Selectable settings Initial: Underlined Antenna Remote Auto: Antenna remote output is always on. Manual: Allows user to turn on/off antenna remote output. (☞ page 13) Camera Input The setting varies depending on the installation settings (☞ page 11). On, Off (☞...
  • Page 85: Additional Information

    Additional information Playable Audio/video files Extension code Audio format Video format SD * Audio .mp3 – .wma – .m4a – .wav – .fla/.flac FLAC – × × Video .avi/.mp4 H.264/AVC × × MPEG4 × × .wmv × × * This unit can play back only microSD or microSDHC. For CD and DVD, see also “Playable disc types”.
  • Page 86 Additional information MPEG4 – Format: ISO MPEG4 – Profile: Simple profile – Picture size: 720×480 (30 fps) – Video bit rate: Max 8 Mbps – Audio format: MP3 – AAudio bit rate: 32 to 320 kbps (VBR compatible) – Audio sampling frequency: 32/44.1/48 kHz •...
  • Page 87 Additional information Sound signals emitted through the rear terminals Through the analog terminals (Speaker out/FRONT OUT/REAR OUT) 2-channel signal is emitted. When playing multi-channel encoded disc, multi-channel signals are downmixed. • DTS sound cannot be reproduced. Language codes (for DVD language selection) Code Language Code Language Code Language...
  • Page 88: Sound Settings

    Sound Settings Setting the Sound You can set the audio effects and sound quality in the vehicle here. Set the sound when the AV source is selected. This cannot be set when the AV source is turned off (on standby). Setting Fader/Balance Press - <Settings>.
  • Page 89: Setting The Vehicle Type

    Setting the Sound Setting the vehicle type Setting the speaker configuration You can set the vehicle type here. Press - <Settings> - <Sound>. You can set the vehicle’s speaker configuration here. Press - <Settings> - <Sound>. Select a vehicle type. Touch a speaker to be set.
  • Page 90 Setting the Sound To change the crossover frequency of the Touch next to <Size> to set the speakers: size of the speaker. Set the crossover frequency between the front/rear speakers and the subwoofer, slope (attenuation rate) and phase of the subwoofer. If the size is unknown, select <6-1/2”>.
  • Page 91: Setting The Listening Position

    Setting the Sound Setting the listening position Only when you select the front speaker and the size of the tweeter is set for the front You can select the listening position here to set a better speaker in the speaker settings, touch sound field for the people inside the vehicle.
  • Page 92 Setting the Sound To fine-tune the DTA for the listening Furthermore, if <Level> is used for the adjustment, adjust the DTA while listening to the position: sound. You can fine-tune the DTA so it best fits the actual Repeat steps 3 and 4 to set all of the listening position.
  • Page 93: Setting The Preset Equalizer

    Setting the Sound Setting the preset equalizer The preset equalizer can be set by source here. Trace the equalizer curve on the screen you want to set. Select a source you want to set and press - <Settings> - <Sound>. You can touch to select the frequency and touch to set the level.
  • Page 94: Setting The Volume Of Each Source Equal

    Setting the Sound Setting the volume of each Setting the audio effects source equal You can set various audio effects here. Set the audio effects when the AV source is selected. Set the volume of each source equal against the volume They cannot be set when the AV source is turned off (on of CD (include music file DVD disc).
  • Page 95 Setting the Sound The following items can be set. Menu items Selectable settings Description Initial: Underlined Bass Boost Sets the level that the bass is boosted. Turns Bass Boost off. Loudness High Compensates bass and treble when insufficient in quiet audio segments.
  • Page 96: Setting The Hardware

    Setting the Sound Setting the hardware Setting the subwoofer level Sets the built-in amplifier output. You can set the subwoofer level here. Press - <Settings> - <Sound>. Press - <Settings> - <Sound>. Press [ ] or [ ] to adjust the subwoofer level (-50 to +10 initial:0).
  • Page 97: Bluetooth Operations

    This unit supports the following Bluetooth profiles; If you wish to receive more information about • HFP (Hands-Free Profile) 1.5 Bluetooth, visit the following JVC web site: • OPP (Object Push Profile) 1.1 <http://www3.jvckenwood.com/english/car> • PBAP (Phonebook Access Profile) 1.0 (English website only) •...
  • Page 98: Using Bluetooth Device

    Operate the Bluetooth device to turn on its Bluetooth function. first time Select “JVC Navi” on the Bluetooth device. When you connect a Bluetooth device to the unit for the first time, make pairing between the unit and the device. Pairing allows Bluetooth devices to When the PIN code or input screen is displayed on communicate with each other.
  • Page 99 Using Bluetooth device When the unit recognizes the Bluetooth When the unit recognizes the Bluetooth device you want to connect, the following device you want to connect, the following screen appears. screen appears. Enter the PIN code of the unit shown on the Press [Pair].
  • Page 100: Change The Pin Code

    Using Bluetooth device Change the PIN code Connecting/disconnecting a registered Bluetooth device Press - <Settings> - <Bluetooth>. Press - <Settings> - <Bluetooth>. To connect PIN code (initial: 0000) Select the device you want to connect. Press: Deletes last character : mobile phone / : audio player / : both mobile phone Hold: Deletes all characters and audio player...
  • Page 101: Using Bluetooth Mobile Phone

    Using Bluetooth mobile phone Receiving a call Adjusting the volume of calls/ earpiece When a call comes in/making a call... On map screen: The mobile phone control bar appears. Decrease Increase Ends/rejects the call Call information See below • Phone operation is not available while the picture •...
  • Page 102: Switching Between Handsfree Mode And Phone Mode

    Using Bluetooth mobile phone Switching between handsfree Using the phone book/call lists mode and phone mode While talking... ] From dialed call list. ] From received call list. ] From missed call list. From phone book. • For copying the phone book, ☞...
  • Page 103: Copying The Phone Book

    Using Bluetooth mobile phone Copying the phone book Searching for a phone number from phone book You can copy the phone book memory of a mobile phone into the unit (up to 500 memories). Press Display the first character of the name you want to search for (1), then search for a name (2).
  • Page 104: Deleting The Phone Number Memory In The Unit

    Using Bluetooth mobile phone Deleting the phone number About mobile phone compatible memory in the unit with Phone Book Access Profile (PBAP) Display the phone book/call list you want to delete. (☞ page 102) When your mobile phone supports PBAP, phone book and call lists are automatically copied to the unit.
  • Page 105: Preset Dial

    Using Bluetooth mobile phone Preset dial Press [ ](store from the phone book) or ](store using the numeric keypad). Store phone numbers in preset dial in advance. (☞ see below) Press Delete selected preset dial Select the number you want to dial. When you store from the phone book Press the number to store in the preset dial.
  • Page 106: Using Bluetooth Audio Player

    Using Bluetooth audio player • To activate “BT Audio” for source selection, ☞ page 107. • To register a new device, ☞ page 98. • To connect/disconnect a device, ☞ page 100. Battery reminder (only when the information comes Playback mode Playback status (8: pause/7: stop) from the device) Seek bar...
  • Page 107: Bluetooth Device Settings

    • To change the PIN code, press [Change], enter a new PIN code, then press [OK]. (☞ page 100) Device Name Shows the device name (JVC Navi) to be shown on the Bluetooth device. Device Address Shows the MAC address of the unit.
  • Page 108: Rear View Camera Operations

    Rear View Camera Operations Using a rear view camera • To use a rear view camera, the reverse gear signal lead connection is required. For connecting a rear view camera, ☞ Installation/Connection Manual. Activating the rear view Displaying the picture from the camera rear view camera Press...
  • Page 109: Others

    Others Initializing the settings You can initialize all settings of the unit to the factory default values. Press - <Settings>. A confirmation message appears.
  • Page 110: Setting The Security Lock

    Setting the security lock You can set the startup security lock as an antitheft Enter the same security code again, then measure. press [OK]. To set the security code Press - <Settings>. • After setting the security code, entering the security code is necessary each time you turn on the unit.
  • Page 111 Setting the security lock To clear the security code Enter the security code you set, then press [OK]. Press - <Settings>. Press around for about 3 seconds.
  • Page 112: References

    References Maintenance Caution on cleaning the unit To keep discs clean Do not use any A dirty disc may not play correctly. solvent (for If a disc does become dirty, wipe it with example, thinner, a soft cloth in a straight line from centre benzine, etc.), to edge.
  • Page 113: Troubleshooting/Error Messages

    Troubleshooting/error messages What appears to be trouble is not always serious. Check the following points before calling a service center. • For operations with the external components, refer also to the instructions supplied with the adapters used for the connections (as well as the instructions supplied with the external components). Symptoms Remedies/Causes No sound comes out of the speakers.
  • Page 114 Troubleshooting/error messages Symptoms Remedies/Causes You cannot operate some functions of an AV On the map screen, you can operate some limited source on the map screen. functions of the current source only. Press AV and operate the source on the AV screen. Route calculation seems to have stopped.
  • Page 115 Troubleshooting/error messages Symptoms Remedies/Causes No sound comes out of the speakers. Check the connection. (☞ Installation/Connection Manual) Files cannot be played back. • Check the playable file format. (☞ page 85) • Add appropriate extension codes to the file names. Video files cannot be played back.
  • Page 116 Troubleshooting/error messages Symptoms Remedies/Causes The song cannot be tagged. The HD Radio broadcast does not support iTunes Tagging function or the broadcast does not contain PSD. You can tag the PSD only when the TAG indicator lights up on the screen. “Memory Full.
  • Page 117 Troubleshooting/error messages Symptoms Remedies/Causes • “Eject Error” • Eject the disc forcibly. (☞ page 5) • “Loading Error” • Check the disc. “Region code error” Region code is not correct. (☞ page 53) USB device cannot be recognized. • The USB connector is not connected correctly. Connect the USB connectors of the USB devices and USB cables firmly.
  • Page 118 Troubleshooting/error messages Symptoms Remedies/Causes Sound is not played back when iPod/iPhone is iPod is connected as a Bluetooth audio player. Set <BT selected as the source. Audio> to <Off>. (☞ page 107) Sound is distorted. Deactivate the equalizer either on this unit or the iPod/iPhone.
  • Page 119 Troubleshooting/error messages Symptoms Remedies/Causes Total Traffic Network Service information Confirm that the location services feature on the iPhone cannot be received from iHeartRadio. or iPod touch is turned on. • Next, confirm that location services for iHeartRadio is turned on. •...
  • Page 120: Specifications

    Specifications Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. If a kit is necessary for your car, consult your telephone directory for the nearest car audio speciality shop. System & Service L1, C/A code Global Positioning System Standard Positioning Service Reception System 12-channel multi-channel reception system Reception Frequency...
  • Page 121 Specifications Frequency Range 87.5 MHz to 107.9 MHz 530 kHz to 1 710 kHz FM Tuner Usable Sensitivity: 8.3 dBf (0.7 μV/75 Ω) 50 dB Quieting Sensitivity: 14.3 dBf (1.4 μV/75 Ω) Alternate Channel Selectivity (400 kHz): 65 dB Frequency Response: 20 Hz to 20 000 Hz (HD Radio broadcast) 40 Hz to 15 000 Hz (Conventional broadcast)
  • Page 122 Specifications Version Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR certified Output Power +4 dBm Max. (Power class 2) Service Area Within 10 m (10.9 yd) Profile HFP (Hands-Free Profile) 1.5 OPP (Object Push Profile) 1.1 PBAP (Phonebook Access Profile) 1.0 A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) 1.2 AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile) 1.3 Screen Size 6.1 inch wide liquid crystal display...
  • Page 123 END-USER LICENSE AGREEMENT END-USER TERMS The Map Data Disc (“Data”) is provided for your personal, internal use only and not for resale. It is protected by copyright, and is subject to the following terms (this “End-User License Agreement”) and conditions which are agreed to by you, on the one hand, and NAVTEQ North America, LLC (“NT”) and its licensors (including their licensors and suppliers) on the other hand.
  • Page 124 Disclaimer of Liability: NT AND ITS LICENSORS (INCLUDING THEIR LICENSORS AND SUPPLIERS) SHALL NOT BE LIABLE TO YOU IN RESPECT OF ANY CLAIM, DEMAND OR ACTION, IRRESPECTIVE OF THE NATURE OF THE CAUSE OF THE CLAIM, DEMAND OR ACTION ALLEGING ANY LOSS, INJURY OR DAMAGES, DIRECT OR INDIRECT, WHICH MAY RESULT FROM THE USE OR POSSESSION OF THIS DATA;...
  • Page 125 La marca Bluetooth y sus logotipos son propiedad de Bluetooth United States and other countries. Such marks are SIG, Inc., y cualquier uso de los mismos por JVC KENWOOD used under license. Corporation se realiza bajo licencia. Otras marcas y nombres •...
  • Page 126 Having TROUBLE with operation? Please turn off the unit, then turn on again. Still having trouble?? USA ONLY Call 1-800-252-5722 http://www.jvc.com We can help you! EN, SP, FR 0212NSHCREJEIN © 2012 JVC KENWOOD Corporation...
  • Page 127 NEGATIVA. Si su vehículo no posee continu de 12 V à masse NEGATIVE. Si votre véhicule n’offre pas ce voltage inverter is required, which can be purchased at JVC car audio este sistema, será necesario un inversor de tensión, que puede ser type d’alimentation, il vous faut un convertisseur de tension, que vous...
  • Page 128 JVC ou une by a qualified technician. JVC de equipos de audio para automóviles o a una compañía que compagnie d’approvisionnement. Before installing the unit suministra tales herramientas.
  • Page 129 Install the unit at an angle of less than 30˚ vertically and of less than 5˚ horizontally. Instale la unidad a un ángulo de menos de 30° en sentido vertical, y de menos de 5° en sentido horizontal. Installez l’appareil avec un angle vertical de moins de 30˚ et un angle horizontal de moins de 5˚. 30˚...
  • Page 130 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS CONEXIONES ELECTRICAS RACCORDEMENTS ELECTRIQUES To prevent short circuits, we recommend that you disconnect the Para evitar cortocircuitos, recomendamos que desconecte el terminal Pour éviter tout court-circuit, nous vous recommandons de débrancher battery’s negative terminal and make all electrical connections before negativo de la batería y que efectúe todas las conexiones eléctricas la borne négative de la batterie et d’effectuer tous les raccordements installing the unit.
  • Page 131 PARKING BRAKE Crimp connector POWER Conector de engarce Raccord à sertir KW-NT500HDT Parking brake Freno de estacionamiento KW-NT300 Frein de stationnement To metallic body or chassis of the car A un cuerpo metálico o chasis del automóvil Parking brake switch (inside the car) Vers corps métallique ou châssis de la...
  • Page 132 D’INSTRUCTIONS. la salida de línea delantera en la parte trasera). • La voix de guidage sort uniquement par les enceintes avant (et la sortie de ligne à l’arrière). INPUT JVC Amplifier Subwoofer SUBWOOFER OUT JVC Amplificador Subwoofer JVC Amplificateur...
  • Page 133 (not supplied / no suministrado / non fourni) • To watch video, connect the iPod/iPhone using JVC KS-U49 • Para ver video, conecte el iPod/iPhone mediante el JVC KS-U49 • Pour voir une séquence vidéo, connectez l’iPod/iPhone en utilisant (en venta por separado); de lo contrario, no aparecerá video en la (separately purchased), otherwise, video is not displayed on the le JVC KS-U49 (vendu séparément), sinon, l’image vidéo n’apparaît...
  • Page 134 Removing the unit Extracción de la unidad Enlèvement de l’unité Engage the catch pins on the removal tool and remove the two Enganche los pasadores fiadores de la herramienta de extracción y Engagez les goupilles de blocage dans l’outil d’enlèvement et retirez locks on the lower level.
  • Page 135 LVT2366-001A Additional information ENGLISH Information about the additional feature and the speed pulse connection for KW-NT800HDT/KW-NT700/KW-NT500HDT/KW-NT300. This sheet uses illustrations of the KW-NT800HDT/KW-NT700. Manipulate the map on the system from “NaviBridge” Additional feature: Using “NaviBridge” When you connect your iPhone to the system, the map on the iPhone screen also “NaviBridge”...

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