User manual KENWOOD DNX9980HD
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[. . . ] DNX9980HD
GPS NAVIGATION SYSTEM
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Precautions Notes How to read this manual Functions of the buttons on the front panel 4 5 10 12
Basic Operation 14 How to Display Top Menu Screen 14 Customization of Top Menu Screen 15 15 How to play media How to Display the Source Control Screen 16 Operation on the Playback Screen of Visual Sources 17 How to Display the Navigation Screen 18 Picture in Picture function 18 Secondary window function 19
PANDORA® internet radio Operation Source Control Screen Station List HD Radio™ Listening Source Control Screen Auto Memory Manual Memory Preset Select Information Channel Search Traffic Information Search by Program Type Receive mode iTunes Tagging TV Watching Function During TV Screen Easy Control Screen Source Control Screen Auto Memory Manual Memory Preset Select SIRIUS/XM Control Source Control Screen Category/ Channel Search Channel Memory Preset Select Direct Channel Search Bluetooth Audio Control Before Use Source Control Screen
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Watching DVD/Video CD Playback Screen Easy Control Screen Source Control Screen DVD-VIDEO Disc Menu Video CD Zoom Control Music CD/ Audio File Listening & Video File/ Picture File Watching Source Control Screen Link search (Audio File in USB) List Search Album Favorite List (USB) Playback Screen (Video file, Picture file) Easy Control Screen (Video file, Picture file) Picture Control (USB) Movie Menu Control (Disc) iPod Control Playback Screen Easy Control Screen Source Control Screen iPod List Link search (Music file) Album Favorite List
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Other Functions 50 External Device Power Supply Control 50 Muting Audio Volume upon Reception of Phone Call 50 Voice Control Voice Control Screen Control Screen Control 51 51 52 52
Hands Free Unit Control Before Use Downloading the Phonebook Receiving a Call During a Call Call Waiting Making a Call Calling by Phonebook Calling by Entering a Phone Number Making a Call Using Call Records Controlling Tone-based Services Setting Up the Hands-Free Phone Phone Number Preset SMS (Short Message Service) Bluetooth Setup Registering Bluetooth Unit Registering Bluetooth Unit PIN Code Bluetooth Unit Connection Bluetooth Hands-Free/Audio Output Setup
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Audio Control Audio Control Menu Audio Control Equalizer Control Graphic Equalizer Setup Listening Position Zone Control SRS WOW Control Surround Control Speaker Setup Car Type (DTA) Setup Channel Level
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Setup Menu How to Display SETUP Menu Screen DivX Setup Software Information User Interface Language Setting Touch Panel Adjustment Clock and Date Setup Security Setup Monitor Angle Control EXT SW Setup Setup Memory Changing Background image Panel Color Coordinate Screen Control AV Input Setup AV Output Interface Setup Camera Setup Navigation Setup DVD Setup DVD Language Setup DVD Parental Level Setup Disc Setup USB Setup iPod Setup SIRIUS Parental Code Setup SIRIUS Parental Lock Setup SIRIUS Skip Channel Select TV Setup
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Remote Controller 90 Battery installation 90 Remote Controller mode switch 90 Common operations (AUD mode) 91 DVD/VCD (DVD mode) 92 Music CD/Audio file/Video file/ Picture file (AUD mode) 93 iPod (AUD mode) 93 HD Radio (AUD mode) 94 SIRIUS/XM (AUD mode) 95 TV (TV mode) 95 Navigation (NAV mode) 96
Status bar Indicator items DVD Language Codes Help? [. . . ] • When the Hands-Free Control screen appears, the name of the connected cell-phone is displayed for 5 seconds. and displayed on the • The status icons such as control unit may discord from those displayed on the cell-phone. • Setting the cell-phone in the private mode can disable the hands-free function.
2 Select a dialing method
1 Calls the displayed phone number. If you have registered a phone number in the Phonebook, the person's name is displayed. For information on how to preset a phone number, see <Phone Number Preset> (page 58).
Calling by Phonebook
You can call a person using his/her phone number that you have registered in the Phonebook. 1 Display the Hands-Free Control screen See <Making a Call> (page 54). 2 Display the Phonebook screen
• Characters with no corresponding name will not be displayed. • During search, a non-accent character such as "u" is searched for instead of an accent character such as "ü".
Calling by Entering a Phone Number
Makes a call by entering a phone number. 1 Display the Hands-Free Control screen See <Making a Call> (page 54). 2 Display the number input screen
3 Select the name to call
3 Enter a phone number
1 Phonebook data list. 2 Displays the Phonebook name beginning with the character you have touched. [ ] When the text is longer, the text display is scrolled by touching it. 4 Select the phone number to call
1 Calls the entered phone number. 4 Make a call
You can start talking when the recipient responds.
5 Make a call
• You can input up to 32 digits. • This function is unavailable while driving.
• To use the Phonebook, it must have been downloaded from the cell-phone. For more details, see the instruction manual of your cell-phone.
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Hands Free Unit Control
Making a Call Using Call Records
Calls by selecting a phone number from the outgoing, incoming, or missed calls list. 1 Display the Hands-Free Control screen See <Making a Call> (page 54). 2 Display the Outgoing Calls, Incoming Calls, or Missed Calls screen
Controlling Tone-based Services
Uses tone base service using DTMF (Dual Tone Multi Frequency). 1 Display the Talking screen See <Calling by Entering a Phone Number> (page 55). 2 Display the DTMF input screen
3 Select from calls list Example : Outgoing Calls screen
3 You can send tones during a call
Calls the selected phone number. 4 Make a call
• The Outgoing Calls list screen, Incoming Calls list, or Missed Calls list screen shows the list of the calls originated from or received at this unit. They are not the ones stored in the cell-phone memory.
Setting Up the Hands-Free Phone
The Hands-Free system can be set as follows. [. . . ] “Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone” mean that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod or iPhone, respectively, and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards. Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards. Please note that the use of this accessory with iPod or iPhone may affect wireless performance. iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, and iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc. , registered in the U. S. [. . . ]
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