KDC MPV7020 CD RECEIVER INSTRUCTION MANUAL KDC 6020 KDC

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Safety precautions 3 Tuner features Switching Graphic Display. About CDs 5 KDC MPV7020 6020 5020 17 Contrast Adjustment. Tuning Mode Dimmer,Notes on playing MP3 6 Tuning Switching preout. General features 8 Direct Access Tuning News Bulletin with Timeout Setting. Power Station Preset Memory Local Seek, Selecting the Source Auto Memory Entry Tuning Mode. Volume Preset Tuning Auto Memory Entry, Attenuator Frequency Step Setting CRSC Clean Reception System Circuit. Loudness AF Alternative Frequency, CD MP3 External disc control Restricting RDS Region. System Q features 20,Audio Control Region Restrict Function.
Playing CD MP3 Auto TP Seek,Speaker Setting Playing External Disc. Switching Display Monaural Reception,Fast Forwarding and Reversing Text Scroll. Station Disc Naming SNPS DNPS Track Search,TEL Mute Built in Auxiliary input Setting. Album Search, Auxiliary Input Display Setting Direct Track Search Basic Operations of remote 30. Non fading Output Direct Album Search,Theft Deterrent Faceplate Accessories.
Track Album Repeat KDC MPV7020 6020 5020 32,Tuner features KDC 5020R 13 Track Scan. Tuning Random Play Installation Procedure, Direct Access Tuning Magazine Random Play KDC MPV7020 6020 5020 32. Station Preset Memory Album Select Connecting Wires to Terminals. Auto Memory Entry Text Title Scroll KDC MPV7020 6020 5020 33. Preset Tuning DNPP Disc Name Preset Play,Accessories KDC 5020R 34. RDS features 15 Menu system 24, Traffic Information Menu System Installation Procedure. Radio Text Scroll Security Code KDC 5020R 34, PTY Program Type Touch Sensor Tone Connecting Wires to Terminals.
Program Type preset Manual Clock Adjustment,KDC 5020R 35. Changing Language for PTY Function Synchronize Clock. DSI Disabled System Indicator Installation 37,Selectable Illumination Troubleshooting Guide 39. Switching Display Type,Illumination Color Setting Specifications 43. Safety precautions,IMPORTANT INFORMATION,2WARNING 2CAUTION. About the disc changer CD player to, To prevent injury or fire take the To prevent damage to the machine be connected.
following precautions take the following precautions To connect a disc changer having the O N. Insert the unit all the way in until it is fully Make sure to ground the unit to a negative switch to this unit set the O N switch to N. locked in place Otherwise it may fall out of 12V DC power supply To connect a disc changer having no O N. place when jolted Do not open the top or bottom covers of the switch to this unit the converter cord CA. When extending the ignition battery or unit DS100 and or switching adapter KCA S210A. ground wires make sure to use automotive Do not install the unit in a spot exposed to are required as options. grade wires or other wires with a 0 75mm2 direct sunlight or excessive heat or humidity A disc changer doesn t work when it is. AWG18 or more to prevent wire Also avoid places with too much dust or the connected without using these options. deterioration and damage to the wire possibility of water splashing If a model with no O N switch is connected. coating Do not subject the faceplate to excessive some unavailable functions and information. To prevent a short circuit never put or leave shock as it is a piece of precision that cannot be displayed are generated. any metallic objects such as coins or metal equipment Note that none of the KDC C100 KDC C302. tools inside the unit When replacing a fuse only use a new one C205 C705 and non Kenwood CD changers. If the unit starts to emit smoke or strange with the prescribed rating Using a fuse with can be connected. smells turn off the power immediately and You can damage both your unit and the CD. the wrong rating may cause your unit to, consult your Kenwood dealer changer if you connect them incorrectly. malfunction, Make sure not to get your fingers caught To prevent a short circuit when replacing a. between the faceplate and the unit fuse first disconnect the wiring harness The marking of products using lasers. Be careful not to drop the unit or subject it to Do not place any object between the Except for some areas. strong shock faceplate and the unit, The unit may break or crack because it Do not use your own screws Use only the CLASS 1. contains glass parts screws provided If you use the wrong. Do not touch the liquid crystal fluid if the screws you could damage the unit LASER PRODUCT. LCD is damaged or broken due to shock The Do not apply excessive force to the open. liquid crystal fluid may be dangerous to your faceplate or place objects on it Doing so will The label is attached to the chassis case and. health or even fatal cause damage or breakdown says that the component uses laser beams. If the liquid crystal fluid from the LCD that have been classified as Class 1 It. contacts your body or clothing wash it off means that the unit is utilizing laser beams. with soap immediately Do Not Load 3 in CDs in the CD slot that are of a weaker class There is no. If you try to load a 3 in CD with its adapter danger of hazardous radiation outside the. into the unit the adapter might separate from unit. the CD and damage the unit,Safety precautions About RDS. Lens Fogging RDS Radio Data System, NOTE Right after you turn on the car heater in cold When listening to an RDS station the.
If you experience problems during weather dew or condensation may form on programme service name of the station is. installation consult your Kenwood dealer the lens in the CD player of the unit Called displayed advising you quickly which station is. If the unit fails to operate properly press the lens fogging CDs may be impossible to play being received. Reset button The unit returns to factory In such a situation remove the disc and wait RDS Radio Data System stations also. settings when the Reset button is pressed for the condensation to evaporate If the unit transmit frequency data for the same station. If the unit still fails to operate properly after still does not operate normally after a while When you are making long trips this function. the Reset button has been pressed contact consult your Kenwood dealer automatically alternative switches to the. your local KENWOOD dealer for assistance Cleaning the Faceplate Terminals particular frequency with the best reception. Press the reset button if the disc auto If the terminals on the unit or faceplate get for the particular network of stations that you. changer fails to operate correctly Normal dirty wipe them with a dry soft cloth want to listen to The data is automatically. operation should be restored stored allowing you to switch quickly to. Cleaning the Unit another RDS stations broadcasting the same. If the faceplate of this unit is stained wipe it programme that has better reception These. with a dry soft cloth such as a silicon cloth,include stations stored in the station preset. If the faceplate is stained badly wipe the stain memory that you often listen to. SCAN RDM REP M RDM DISP NAME TI GSM,off with a cloth moistened with neutral. cleaner then wipe neutral detergent off Enhanced Other Network. Applying spray cleaner directly to the unit may,Stations that offer Enhanced Other. Reset button affect its mechanical parts Wiping the. Network also transmit information about,faceplate with a hard cloth or using a volatile. other RDS stations that have traffic, We recommend the use of the Security information When you are tuned to a station.
liquid such as thinner or alcohol may scratch, Code function see p 24 to prevent theft that is not transmitting traffic information but. the surface or erases characters, Characters in the LCD may become difficult another RDS station starts transmitting a. to read in temperatures below 41 F 5 C Cleaning the CD Slot traffic bulletin the tuner automatically. As dust tends to accumulate in the CD slot switches to the other station for the duration. The illustrations of the display and the panel clean it every once in a while Your CDs can. appearing in this manual are examples used of the bulletin. get scratched if you put them in a dusty CD, to explain more clearly how the controls are slot Alarm. used Therefore what appears on the display When an emergency transmission announcing. in the illustrations may differ from what disasters etc is sent all current functions are. appears on the display on the actual interrupted to allow the warning to be. equipment and some of the illustrations on received. the display may represent something,impossible in actual operation. Handling CDs CD cleaning, Don t touch the recording surface of the CD Clean from the center of the disc and move.
Removing CDs, CD R and CD RW are easier to damage than When removing CDs from this unit pull them. a normal music CD Use a CD R or a CD RW out horizontally. after reading the caution items on the,package etc CDs that can t be used. Don t stick tape etc on the CD CDs that aren t round can t be used. Also don t use a CD with tape stuck on it,When using a new CD. If the CD center hole or outside rim has burrs,use it after removing them with a ball pen etc. CDs with coloring on the recording surface,or that are dirty can t be used.
Don t use CDs without disc mark,A CD R or CD RW that hasn t been finalized. Burrs can t be played For the finalization process. refer to your CD R CD RW writing software,and your CD R CD RW recorder instruction. CD storage,Don t place them in direct sunlight On the. seat or dashboard etc and where the,temperature is high. CD accessories Store CDs in their cases,Don t use disc type accessories.
Notes on playing MP3, This unit can play MP3 MPEG1 2 2 5 Audio Layer 3 Note Entering ID3 tag. however that the MP3 recording media and formats acceptable The Displayable ID3 tag is ID3 version. are limited When writing MP3 pay attention to the following 1 x. restrictions For the character code refer to the,Acceptable media List of Codes. The MP3 recording media acceptable to this unit are CD ROM CD R Entering file and folder names. and CD RW The code list characters are the only, When using CD RW do full format not quick format to prevent file names and folder names that can. malfunction be entered and displayed, Acceptable medium formats If you use any other character for. The following formats are available for the media used in this unit The entry the file and folder names are not displayed correctly They may. maximum number of characters used for file name including the neither be displayed correctly depending on the CD writer used. delimiter and three character extension are indicated in The unit recognizes and plays only those MP3 which have the MP3. parentheses extension MP3, ISO 9660 Level 1 12 characters A file with a name entered with characters not on the code list may not.
ISO 9660 Level 2 31 characters play correctly,Joliet 64 characters. Romeo 128 characters,Writing files into a medium, When a medium containing MP3 data is loaded the unit checks all the. Up to 200 characters can be displayed in the long file name format data on the medium If the medium contains a lot of folders or non. For a list of available characters see the instruction manual of the MP3 files therefore it takes a long time until the unit starts playing. writing software and the section Entering file and folder names below MP3. The media reproducible on this unit has the following limitations In addition it may take time for the unit to move to the next MP3 file. Maximum number of directory levels 8 or a Track Search or Album Search may not be performed smoothly. Maximum number of files per folder 255 Loading such a medium may produce loud noise to damage the speakers. Maximum number of characters for folder name 64 Do no attempt to play a medium containing a non MP3 file with the. Maximum number of folders 50 MP3 extension, MP3 written in the formats other than the above may not be The unit mistakes non MP3 files for MP3 data as long as they have. successfully played and their file names or folder names are not the MP3 extension. properly displayed Do not attempt to play a medium containing non MP3. Settings for your MP3 encoder and CD writer, When you use your CD writer to record MP3 up to the maximum disc. capacity disable additional writing For recording on an empty disc up. to the maximum capacity at once check Disc at Once. MP3 playing order When a Track Search is executed with file being played. When selected for play Album Search Track Search or for Album. Current Operation of the button, Select files and folders are accessed in the order in which they were.
file number 4 Button Button,written by the CD writer. Because of this the order in which they are expected to be played Beginning of file. may not match the order in which they are actually played You may be. able to set the order in which MP3 are to be played by writing them. onto a medium such as a CD R with their file names beginning with When an Album Search is executed with file being played. play sequence numbers such as 01 to 99 depending on your CD Operation of the button. writer folder number AM Button FM Button, For example a medium with the following folder file hierarchy is. subject to Album Search Track Search or Album Select as shown. Example of a medium s folder file hierarchy, When Album Select is selected with file being played to move. from folder to folder,Current Operation of the button. B64 2244 00 M CD RECEIVER INSTRUCTION MANUAL 2 English Contents Safety precautions 3 About CDs 5 Notes on playing MP3 6 General features 8 Power Selecting the Source Volume Attenuator Loudness System Q Audio Control Speaker Setting Switching Display Station Disc Naming SNPS DNPS TEL Mute Auxiliary Input Display Setting Non fading Output Theft Deterrent Faceplate

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