KENWOOD DDX9016S (01) PDF MANUAL


Post questions, comments, reviews or page errors in the comment box below.

Your File is Ready … Download PDF

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD KENWOOD DDX9016S (01) PDF MANUAL


PDF Content Summary: DDX9016S DDX9016SM DDX9016DABS MONITOR WITH DVD RECEIVER INSTRUCTION MANUAL DDX916WS DDX916WSM

This instruction manual is used to describe models listed below. Model availability and features (functions) may differ depending on the country and sales area. • Region 2 (DVD Region Code 2 area) • Region 3 (DVD Region Code 3 area) • Region 4 (DVD Region Code 4 area) • Region 5 (DVD Region Code 5 area) © 2016 JVC KENWOOD Corporation B5A-1050-10 c (MN/M2N/XN/NN/A9N)

CONTENTS BEFORE USE............................................................ 2 INITIAL SETTINGS .................................................. 4 Initial setup......................................................................... 4 Setting the security function ....................................... 4 Calendar/clock settings................................................. 6 BASICS .................................................................... 7 Component names and functions............................. 7 Common operations....................................................... 8 Common screen operations......................................... 9 Selecting the playback source/option ...................12 Using the pop-up short-cut menu...........................13 DISCS .................................................................... 14 USB........................................................................ 18 iPod/iPhone ......................................................... 21 APPS—Android Auto™/Apple CarPlay/ Mirroring.............................................................. 24 Radio..................................................................... 27 DIGITAL RADIO (DAB).......................................... 31 OTHER EXTERNAL COMPONENTS ...................... 36 Using a camera................................................................36 Using external audio/video players—AV-IN........37 Using a smartphone—HDMI/MHL...........................38 Watching a TV..................................................................38 Using the external navigation unit..........................39 How to read this manual: BLUETOOTH......................................................... 40 SETTINGS.............................................................. 51 Settings for using applications of iPod/iPhone/ Android/BlackBerry .......................................................51 Selecting different sources for the front and rear monitors—Zone Control....................................52 Sound adjustment—Audio........................................53 Adjustment for video playback.................................58 Changing the display design.....................................59 Customizing the system settings.............................61 Setting menu items—SETUP .....................................62 REMOTE CONTROLLER ........................................ 65 CONNECTION/INSTALLATION ............................ 68 REFERENCES......................................................... 79 Maintenance....................................................................79 More information...........................................................79 Error message list...........................................................82 Troubleshooting.............................................................83 Specifications...................................................................86 BEFORE USE IMPORTANT To ensure proper use, please read through this manual before using this product. It is especially important that you read and observe WARNINGS and CAUTIONS in this manual. Please keep the manual in a safe and accessible place for future reference. ◊ WARNINGS: (To prevent accidents and damage) • DO NOT install any unit or wire any cable in a location where; – it may obstruct the steering wheel and gearshift lever operations. – it may obstruct the operation of safety devices such as air bags. – it may obstruct visibility. • DO NOT operate the unit while driving. If you need to operate the unit while driving, be sure to look around carefully. • The driver must not watch the monitor while driving. The marking of products using lasers

• Illustrations of DDX9016S Region 3 are mainly used for explanation. 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. • This manual mainly explains operations using the buttons on the monitor panel and touch panel. For operations using the remote controller (RC-DV340), see page 65. • < > indicates the various screens/menus/settings that appear on the touch panel. • [ ] indicates the buttons/selectable items on the touch panel. • Indication language: English indications are used for the purpose of explanation. You can select the indication language from the <SETUP> menu. (Page 63) • Updated information (the latest Instruction Manual, system updates, new functions, etc.) is available from < kenwood.com/cs/ce/>. The label is attached to the chassis/case and says that the component uses laser beams that have been classified as Class 1. It means that the unit is utilizing laser beams that are of a weaker class. There is no danger of hazardous radiation outside the unit.

2

BEFORE USE For DDX9016SM/DDX916WSM Declaration of Conformity with regard to the EMC Directive Declaration of Conformity with regard to the R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC Declaration of Conformity with regard to the RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU Manufacturer: JVC KENWOOD Corporation 3-12 Moriya-cho, Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa, 221-0022, Japan EU Representative: JVCKENWOOD NEDERLAND B.V. Amsterdamseweg 37, 1422 AC UITHOORN, The Netherlands English Hereby, JVC KENWOOD declares that this unit “DDX9016SM/DDX916WSM” is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. Türkçe Bu vesileyle JVC KENWOOD, “DDX9016SM/ DDX916WSM” ünitesinin,1999/5/EC Direktifinin başlıca gereksinimleri ve diğer ilgili hükümleri ile uyumlu olduğunu beyan eder. For Turkey Bu ürün 28300 sayılı Resmi Gazete’de yayımlanan Atik Elektrikli ve Elektronik Eşyalarin Kontrolü Yönetmeliğe uygun olarak üretilmiştir. Eski Elektrik ve Elektronik Ekipmanların İmha Edilmesi Hakkında Bilgi (ayrı atık toplama sistemlerini kullanan ülkeleri için uygulanabilir) Sembollü (üzerinde çarpı işareti olan çöp kutusu) ürünler ev atıkları olarak atılamaz. Eski elektrik ve elektronik ekipmanlar, bu ürünleri ve ürün atıklarını geri dönüştürebilecek bir tesiste değerlendirilmelidir. Yaşadığınız bölgeye en yakın geri dönüşüm tesisinin yerini öğrenmek için yerel makamlara müracaat edin. Uygun geri dönüşüm ve atık imha yöntemi sağlığımız ve çevremiz üzerindeki zararlı etkileri önlerken kaynakların korunmasına da yardımcı olacaktır. For DDX9016SM TRA REGISTERED No. : ER45955/16 DEALER No. : DA0077455/11 For DDX916WSM TRA REGISTERED No. : ER45953/16 DEALER No. : DA0077455/11 ◊ Cautions on the monitor: • The monitor built into this unit has been produced with high precision, but it may have some ineffective dots. This is inevitable and is not considered defective. • Do not expose the monitor to direct sunlight. • Do not operate the touch panel using a ball-point pen or similar tool with a sharp tip. Touch the buttons on the touch panel with your finger directly (if you are wearing a glove, take it off). • When the temperature is very cold or very hot... – Chemical changes occur inside, causing malfunction. – Pictures may not appear clearly or may move slowly. Pictures may not be synchronized with the sound or picture quality may decline in such environments. For safety... • Do not raise the volume level too much, as this will make driving dangerous by blocking outside sounds, and may cause hearing loss. • Stop the car before performing any complicated operations. Temperature inside the car... If you have parked the car for a long time in hot or cold weather, wait until the temperature in the car becomes normal before operating the unit.

ENGLISH 3

INITIAL SETTINGS Initial setup When you power on the unit for the first time, the initial setting screen appears. • You can also change the settings on the <SETUP> screen. (Page 62) 1 Perform the initial settings. Touch the desired item to configure the setting. • You can scroll the screen by touching [J]/[K] to show more items. • If another setting screen is displayed, set the item, then touch [ ] to return to previous screen. [Language] Select the text language used for on-screen information. (Page 63) • Touch [Language Select], then select the desired language. [Clock] Adjust the calendar/clock. (Page 6) [Colour] Select the color of the buttons on the monitor panel. (Page 59) • Touch [Panel Colour], then select the desired color. [Camera] Configure settings for the connected camera. (Page 36) [DEMO] Activate ([ON]) or deactivate ([OFF]) the display demonstration. (Page 64) 2 Finish the procedure. The Home screen is displayed. Setting the security function ❏Registering the security code You can set a security code to protect your receiver system against theft. 1 Display the source/option selection screen. On the Home screen or the source control screen: 2 Display the <SETUP> screen.

4

INITIAL SETTINGS 3 Display the <Security> screen. 4 Display the <Security Code Set> screen. 5 Enter a four-digit number (1), then confirm the entry (2). • Touch [ ] to delete the last entry. 6 Repeat step 5 to confirm your security code. Now, your security code is registered. • To return to the Home screen, press HOME on the monitor panel, or touch [ ] to the return to the previous screen. • When the unit is disconnected from the battery, you are required to enter the security code. Enter the correct security code, then confirm the entry. To change the security code: Touch [Security Code Change] on the <Security> screen, then repeat steps 5 and 6. To clear the security code: Touch [Security Code Cancellation] on the <Security> screen. ❏Activating the security function (Only for DDX9016S/DDX9016SM/ DDX9016DABS) You can activate the security function to protect your receiver system against theft. 1 Display the <Security> screen. (Page 4) 2 Activate the security function. Each time you touch [SI], the function is activated ([ON]) or deactivated ([OFF]). The security indicator on the monitor panel flashes when the vehicle ignition is off. • To return to the Home screen, press HOME on the monitor panel, or touch [ ] to return to the previous screen. To deactivate the security function: Touch [SI] to select [OFF].

ENGLISH 5

INITIAL SETTINGS Calendar/clock settings 1 Display the source/option selection screen. On the Home screen or the source control screen: 4 Select the method to set the clock. • Scroll the page to show the item. To adjust the clock manually (when selecting [Manual] on the <Clock> window) 1 Display the <Clock Adjust> screen. On the <User Interface> screen (see the far left column): • Scroll the page to show the item.

[NAV SYNC]*1 [GPS SYNC]*2 Synchronizes the clock time with the connected navigation unit. Synchronizes the clock time with the GPS.

2 Display the <SETUP> screen. 3 Display the <User Interface> screen. [Manual] Sets the clock manually. (See the right column.) • To close the window, touch [Close]. 5 Select the appropriate time zone for [Time Zone].*3 • To return to the Home screen, press HOME on the monitor panel, or touch [ ] to return to the previous screen. *1 Appears only when the navigation unit is connected. *2 Does not appear when the navigation unit is connected. *3 Available when [Clock] is set to [GPS-SYNC] or [Manual]. 2 Set the calendar and the clock time (1), then confirm the adjustment (2).

6

BASICS Component names and functions ◊ Caution on the volume setting: Digital devices produce very little noise compared with other sources. Lower the volume before playing these digital sources to avoid damaging the speakers by sudden increase of the output level. DDX9016S/DDX9016SM/DDX9016DABS 1 Monitor panel* 2 Screen (touch panel) 3 Power indicator/Security indicator • Lights up while the unit is turned on. • Flashes when the security function is activated. (Page 5) 4 VOLUME K/J button Adjusts the audio volume. (Page 8) 5 CAM button • Displays the picture from the connected camera. (Press) (Page 37) 6 MENU button Displays the pop-up short-cut menu. (Press) (Page 13) 7 HOME/B button • Displays the Home screen. (Press) (Page 9) • Turns on the power. (Press) (Page 8) • Turns off the power. (Hold) (Page 8) 8 /VOICE button • Displays the App (CarPlay/ Android Auto/ Mirroring) screen. (Press) (Pages 24 and 26) • Activates the voice control function. (Hold) – When a Bluetooth mobile phone is connected: Activates the voice dialing. (Page 47) – When an Android device compatible with Android Auto is connected: Activates voice control. (Page 24) – When iPod/iPhone compatible with Apple CarPlay is connected: Activates Siri. (Page 25) 9 M (Eject) button • Displays the <Angle Adjust> screen. (Press) (Page 8) • Forcibly ejects the disc. (Hold) * You can change the color of the buttons on the monitor panel. (Page59) DDX916WS/DDX916WSM 1 Monitor panel* 2 Screen (touch panel) 3 Gesture control sensor (Page 10) 4 button • Displays the App (CarPlay/ Android Auto/ Mirroring) screen. (Press) (Pages 24 and 26) • Activates the voice control function. (Hold) – When a Bluetooth mobile phone is connected: Activates the voice dialing. (Page 47) – When an Android device compatible with Android Auto is connected: Activates voice control. (Page 24) – When iPod/iPhone compatible with Apple CarPlay is connected: Activates Siri. (Page 25) 5 Volume K/J button Adjusts the audio volume. (Page 8) 6 HOME button • Displays the Home screen. (Press) (Page 9) • Turns on the AV source. (Press) (Page 8) • Turns off the AV source. (Hold) (Page 8) 7 MENU button Displays the pop-up short-cut menu. (Press) (Page 13) 8 M (Eject) button • Displays the <Angle Adjust> screen. (Press) (Page 8) • Forcibly ejects the disc. (Hold) * You can change the color of the buttons on the monitor panel. (Page59)

ENGLISH 7

BASICS Common operations ❏Turning on the power (Only for DDX9016S/DDX9016SM/ ❏Turning off the AV source (Only for DDX916WS/DDX916WSM) ❏Monitor panel operations — <Angle Adjust> 1 Display the <Angle Adjust> screen.

DDX9016DABS) ❏Turning off the power (Only for DDX9016S/DDX9016SM/ DDX9016DABS) (Hold) ❏Adjusting the volume (Hold) To restore the AV source: Press the HOME on the monitor panel, or touch the screen. ❏Turning off the screen Select [Display OFF] on the pop-up short-cut menu. (Page 13) To turn on the screen: Touch the display. DDX916WS DDX916WSM 2 DDX9016S DDX9016SM DDX9016DABS

To adjust the volume (0 to 35) DDX9016S DDX9016SM DDX9016DABS DDX916WS DDX916WSM [ ] Exits the <Angle Adjust> screen. [0] – [6] Selects a monitor angle. [MDISC EJECT] Ejects the disc. <Off Position> Sets the angle of the monitor when the power is turned off.

Press J to increase, and press K to decrease. • Holding J increases the volume continuously to level 15. • Select the monitor angle, then touch [Memory]. To close the monitor panel: Press M on the monitor panel.

8

BASICS ❏Putting the unit in standby 1 Display the source/option selection screen. On the Home screen or the source control screen: 2 Touch [STANDBY] on the source/option selection screen. • Touch [ ] to change the page. Common screen operations ❏Touch screen operations To perform operations on the screen, you need to touch, touch and hold, flick or swipe to select an item, display setting menu screen or to change the page, etc. Touch Touch the screen gently to select an item on the screen. Touch and hold Touch the screen and keep your finger in place until the display changes or a message is displayed. Flick Slide your finger quickly to the left or right on the screen to change the page. Swipe Slide your finger up or down on the screen to scroll the screen. ❏Home screen descriptions You can select playback sources, display setting screens, or display information on the Home screen. • To display the Home screen, press HOME on the monitor panel. 1 32 4 5 6 7 Common operation buttons and indications: 1 Current video playback 2 Widget • Touching the widget displays the detailed information/setting screen. • You can change the widget by touching [ ]/[ ] or flicking left or right on the widget area. 3 Page indication for widgets 4 Current source information 5 Displays the source/option selection screen. (Page 10) 6 Short-cut playback source icons (Page 13) 7 Displays the phone control screen. (Page 45) When connecting as Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, it works as a phone provided in Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.

ENGLISH 9

BASICS ❏Source/option selection screen descriptions You can display all playback sources and options on the source/option selection screen. 4 • You can customize the source/option selection screen. (Page 13) 1 2 1 2 3 5 6 7 7 Displays the phone control screen. (Page 45) When connecting as Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, it works as a phone provided in Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. * Does not appear when there are no other operation buttons other than those currently shown on the source control screen. Gesture control (Only for DDX916WS/ DDX916WSM): You can also operate the unit by moving your hand in front of the gesture control sensor. 3 4 5 Common operation buttons and indications: 1 Changes the playback source or displays a setting/information screen. (Page 12) 2 Changes the page. (Touch [ ] or [ ].) • You can also change the page by flicking left or right on the screen. 3 Displays the Home screen. (Page 9) 4 Page indication 5 Displays the <SETUP> screen. (Page 11) ❏Source control screen descriptions You can perform source playback operations on the source control screen. • The operation buttons and information displayed vary depending on the selected source. Common operation buttons and indications: 1 Displays the control screen of current source 2 Connected Bluetooth device information (Page 40) 3 Battery charge indication: Lights up when quick charging battery of the connected iPod/ iPhone/ Smartphone. 4 Displays the other operation button window.* 5 Displays the source/option selection screen. (See the left column.) 6 Short-cut source selection buttons/the indicators for the current source • Each time you touch [ ] or [ ], the items shown in this area change. – The indicators for the current source – The short-cut source selection buttons (Page 13) • Touching one of the buttons displays the selected source. 1 6 12 • To control by hand motion, select [ON] for [Gesture Control] on the <User Interface> screen beforehand. (Page 63) • When shipped from the factory, you can operate by moving your hand as follows: – To the right: Displays the current source control screen. – To the left: Switches to Apple CarPlay/Android Auto/Mirroring screen. (Pages 24 – 26) – Up: Displays the Home screen. – Down: Displays the phone control screen. (Page 45) • You can assign the functions or sources/screens to display on the <Gesture SETUP> screen. (Page 61)

10

BASICS • Gesture Control works correctly when you move your hand in the detection range of the sensor that can be adjusted as shown in the figure. To adjust the [Gesture Sensitivity] on the <User Interface> screen. (Page 63) • The range of the detection is affected by the angle of the panel or conditions near the unit. • Unintentional operation may occur if your hand crosses the detection range. • Gesture Control may not work correctly if the cluster panel hides the sensor or there is an object in the detection range. • The response of the remote control may become worse when Gesture Control is turned on. ❏<SETUP> screen descriptions You can change the detailed settings. (Page 62) 1 2 2 3 Common operation buttons and indications: 1 Selects the menu category. 2 Returns to the previous screen. 3 Changes the page. [J]/[K]: Scrolls the page. • You can also scroll the page by swiping on the touch panel. [ ]/[ ]: Displays the top or bottom page. ❏List screen descriptions During audio/video source playback, you can select the desired item easily from the list. 1 2 3 654 Common operation buttons and indications: • Available buttons on the screen and operations differ depending on the type of file/media being played back. 1 Displays list type selection window. 2 Selects the file type ([ ]: audio/[ ]: video). 3 Returns to the previous screen. 4 Scrolls the text if not all of the text is shown. 5 Searches for a folder/track. [I Play]: Plays all tracks in the folder containing the current track. [ A–Z]: Enters the initial search mode. [ Top]: Returns to the top layer. [ Up]: Returns to the upper layer. 6 Changes the page. [J]/[K]: Scrolls the page. • You can also scroll the page by swiping on the touch panel. [ ]/[ ]: Displays the top or bottom page. ❏Playback operations during video playback 1 2 3 1 Selects a previous chapter/track/item. 2 Displays the source control screen while playing a video. • The operation buttons disappear when [Hide] is touched or when no operation is done for about 5 seconds. 3 Selects a next chapter/track/item.

ENGLISH 11

BASICS Selecting the playback source/ option 1 Display the source/option selection screen. On the Home screen or the source control screen: 2 Select a source/option. • To display more items, touch [ ]/[ ] or flick to change the page. [HDMI/MHL] Plays a device connected to the HDMI/MHL input terminal. (Page 38) [Android Auto]/[Apple CarPlay]/[Mirroring]*1 Switches to the Android Auto/ Apple CarPlay/App screen from the connected iPod touch/iPhone/ Android device. (Pages 24 – 26) [Radio] Switches to the radio broadcast. (Page 27) [Bluetooth] Plays a Bluetooth audio player. (Page 49) [DISC] Plays a disc. (Page 14) [iPod] Plays an iPod/iPhone. (Page 21) [USB] Plays files on a USB device. (Page 18) [Digital Radio]*2 Switches to the digital audio broadcast (DAB). (Page 31) [AV-IN1]/[AV-IN2] Switches to an external component connected to the AV-IN1 or AV-IN2 input terminal. (Page 37) [NAV]*3 Displays the navigation screen when a navigation unit is connected. (Page 39) [Audio] Displays the sound adjustment screen. (Page 53) [STANDBY] Puts the unit in standby. (Page 9) [ ] Displays the <SETUP> menu screen. (Page 62) *1 When iPhone compatible with CarPlay is connected and <CarPlay Connection> is set to [ON] (Page25), [Apple CarPlay] is displayed. When an Android device compatible with Android Auto is connected, [Android Auto] is displayed. *2 Only for DDX9016DABS. *3 When no navigation unit is connected, “No Navigation” appears.

12

BASICS Selecting the playback source on the Home screen • The 3 items displayed on the source/option selection screen as the large icons are shown on the Home screen. ❏Customizing the source/option selection screen You can arrange the items to display on the source/ option selection screen. Touch and hold the item you want to move until boxes appear around the icons, then drag it to the position you want to move it to . 2 Select an item to jump to. • You can change items displayed on this area by customizing the source/option selection screen. [Screen Adjustment] Displays the picture adjustment screen. (Page 58) (See the right column.) Selecting the playback source on the source control screen Display source selection buttons by touching [ ]/[ ] on the source control screen (Page 10), then select a playback source. (Hold) Using the pop-up short-cut menu While displaying the source control screen, you can jump to another screen from the pop-up short-cut menu. 1 Display the pop-up short-cut menu. [Display OFF] Turns off the screen. (Page 8) [Camera] Displays the picture from the connected camera. (Page 37) [SETUP] Displays the <SETUP> screen. (Page 62) [Audio] Displays the sound adjustment screen. (Page 53) [USB] Displays the control screen of current source. Icon feature

• The 3 items displayed on the source/option selection screen as the large icons are shown as the short-cut selection buttons. • You can change items displayed as the short-cut source selection buttons by customizing the source/option selection screen. (See the right column.) DDX9016S DDX9016SM DDX9016DABS DDX916WS DDX916WSM differs depending on the source. To close the pop-up menu: Touch the screen anywhere other than the pop-up short-cut menu, or press MENU on the monitor panel.

ENGLISH 13

DISCS Playing a disc • If a disc does not have a disc menu, all tracks on it will be played repeatedly until you change the source or eject the disc. • For playable disc types/file types, see page 80. ❏Inserting a disc Insert a disc with the label side facing up. • To open the monitor panel, see page 8. DDX9016S DDX9016SM DDX9016DABS DDX916WS DDX916WSM The source changes to “DISC” and playback starts. • The IN indicator lights up while a disc is inserted. • If “ ” appears on the screen, the unit cannot accept the operation you have tried to do. – In some cases, without showing “ ,” operations will not be accepted. • When playing back a multi-channel encoded disc, the multi-channel signals are downmixed to stereo. ❏Ejecting a disc Press M on the monitor panel, then select [MDISC EJECT] on the <Angle Adjust> screen. When removing a disc, pull it horizontally. • 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. To eject a disc forcibly Press and hold M on the monitor panel. A confirmation message appears. Touch [Yes]. To close the monitor panel After removing the disc, press M on the monitor panel. The monitor panel closes. Playback operations When the operation buttons are not displayed on the screen, touch the area shown on the illustration. • To change settings for video playback, see page 58. ❏Indications and buttons on the source control screen For video playback 1 32 4 Playback information • The information displayed on the screen differs depending on the type of disc/file being played back. 1 Media type 2 Playback mode (Page 17) 3 Current playback item information (title no./ chapter no./folder no./file no./track no.) 4 IN indicator: A disc is inserted.

14

DISCS Operation buttons • Available buttons on the screen and operations differ depending on the type of disc/file being played back. [Hide] Hides the indicators and buttons. [ ] Displays the other operation button window. • To hide the window, touch [ ]. [ ] Selects Repeat playback mode. (Page 17) [ ] Selects Random playback mode. (Page 17) [ ] Mutes the sound. • To restore the sound, touch the button again, or adjust the volume. [ ] Displays the folder/track list. (Page 16) [S] [T] • Selects a chapter/track. (Touch) • Reverse/forward search. (Hold) [IW] Starts/pauses playback. [ ] [ ] Reverse/forward search during playback. [ ] [ ] Plays in slow-motion. [o] Stops playback. [SETUP] Changes the settings for disc playback on the <DVD SETUP> screen. (Page 18) • To display all available operation buttons, touch [ ] to display the other operation button window. For audio playback 1 2 3 4 5 6 Playback information • The information displayed on the screen differs depending on the type of disc/file being played back. 1 Media type 2 Playback mode (Page 17) 3 Track/file information • Touching [<] scrolls the text if not all of the text is shown. 4 Jacket picture (Shown while playing if the file has tag data that includes the jacket picture) 5 File type 6 IN indicator: A disc is inserted. Operation buttons • Available buttons on the screen and operations differ depending on the type of disc/file being played back. [ ] Displays the other operation button window. • To hide the window, touch [ ]. [ ] Displays the track list of the folder containing the current track. (Page 16) • To hide the list, touch [ ]. [ ] Selects Repeat playback mode. (Page 17) [ ] Selects Random playback mode. (Page 17) [ ] Mutes the sound. • To restore the sound, touch the button again, or adjust the volume. [ ] Displays the folder/track list. (Page 16) [S] [T] Selects a track. [IW] Starts/pauses playback. [ ] [ ] Selects a folder. • To display all available operation buttons, touch [ ] to display the other operation button window.

[MENU CTRL] Displays the video menu screen. (Page 17)

[ ] [ ] Selects a folder. [PBC] Activates or deactivates the VCD PBC (Playback Control) function. (Page 16) [Audio] Change the audio output channel. (VCD only) ENGLISH 15

DISCS ❏Selecting a folder/track on the list To search all folders/tracks in a disc 1 Display the folder/track list. To search in the folder containing the current track ❏Activating PBC (Playback Control) function (for VCD only) While playing a VCD with PBC...

2 Select an item. • Proceed until you select the desired track. • For details about the list operation, see page 11. • Scroll the page to show more items. • To hide the list, touch [ ]. • The PBC indicator lights up. • To select a track directly while PBC is activated, operate from the remote controller. (Page 65) To deactivate PBC: Touch [PBC]. (The PBC indicator turns off.) 16

DISCS ❏Video menu operations (except for VCD) You can display the video menu screen during video playback. • The operation buttons disappear when [Hide] is touched or when no operation is done for about 5 seconds. 1 Display the video menu screen. 2 • Available buttons on the screen and operations differ depending on the type of disc/file being played back. [TOP] Displays the top menu. [MENU] Displays the disc menu. [Return] Displays the previous screen. [Enter] Confirms the selection. [Highlight] Switches to the direct disc menu mode. Touch the target item to select. • The menu screen disappears when no operation is done for 5 seconds. [ ] Returns to the playback screen. [Angle] Selects the view angle. [Subtitle] Selects the subtitle type. [Audio] Selects the audio type. [J] [K] [H] [I] Selects an item. ❏Selecting playback mode [ ] Selects Repeat playback mode. [ ] Selects Random playback mode. • Available playback modes differ depending on the type of disc/file being played back. • Each time you touch the button, the playback mode changes. (The current playback mode is shown as the button.) – Available items differ depending on the type of disc/file being played back. CAP Repeats current chapter. TIT Repeats current title. Repeats current track. Repeats all tracks of the current folder. ALL Repeats all tracks in the disc. Randomly plays all tracks of the current folder, then tracks of the next folders. ALL Randomly plays all tracks. • To cancel random mode, touch the button repeatedly until it is grayed out.

ENGLISH 17

DISCS Settings for DVD playback ❏Setting items USB Connecting a USB device

1 2 • Scroll the page to show more items. • Available items shown on the <DVD SETUP> screen differ depending on the type of disc/file being played back. [Menu Language] [Subtitle Language] [Audio Language] [Dynamic Range Control] [Screen Ratio] Select the initial disc menu language. (Initial: English) (Page 82) Select the initial subtitle language or turn subtitles off (Off). (Initial: English) (Page 82) Select the initial audio language. (Initial: Original) (Page 82) You can change the dynamic range while playing using Dolby Digital software. • Wide: Select this to enjoy a powerful sound at a low volume level with its full dynamic range. • Normal: Select this to reduce the dynamic range a little. • Dialog (Initial): Select this to reproduce movie dialog more clearly. Select the monitor type to watch a wide screen picture on the external monitor. 16:9 (Initial) 4:3 LB 4:3 PS You can connect a USB mass storage class device such as a USB memory, Digital Audio Player, etc. to the unit. • For details about connecting USB devices, see page 72. • You cannot connect a computer or portable HDD to the USB input terminal. • For playable file types and notes on using USB devices, see page 81. 1 Connect the USB device to the unit with an USB cable. 2 Select “USB” as the source. (Page 12) ❏To disconnect the USB device 1 Select a source other than “USB”. (Page 12) 2 Detach the USB device.

18

USB Playback operations When the operation buttons are not displayed on the screen, touch Playback information • The information displayed on the screen differs depending on the type of file being played back. 1 Playback mode (See below.) [S] [T] • Selects a track. (Touch) • Reverse/forward search. (Hold) [IW] Starts/pauses playback. [ ] [ ] Selects a folder.

the area shown on the illustration. • To change settings for video playback, see page 58. 2 Track/file information • Touching [<] scrolls the text if not all of the text is shown. 3 Jacket picture (Shown while playing if the file has [USB DEVICE CHANGE] Switches to another USB device when two USB devices are connected.

❏Indications and buttons on the source control screen For audio playback 1 2 3 4 For video playback 1 2 4 tag data that includes the jacket picture) 4 File type Operation buttons • Available buttons on the screen and operations differ depending on the type of file being played back. [Hide] Hides the indicators and buttons. [ ] Displays the other operation button window. • To hide the window, touch [ ]. [ ] Displays the track list of the folder containing the current track. • To hide the list, touch [ ]. [ ] Selects Repeat playback mode. • : Repeats the current track/ file. • : Repeats all tracks/files in the current folder or specified category. • ALL: Repeats all tracks/files in the USB device. [ ] Randomly plays all tracks in current folder.* ( indicator lights up.) [ ] Mutes the sound. • To restore the sound, touch the button again, or adjust the volume. [ ] Displays the list. (Page 20) • To display all available operation buttons, touch [ ] to display the other operation button window. * To cancel random mode, touch the button repeatedly until it is grayed out.

ENGLISH 19

USB ❏Selecting a track in a list To search all folders/tracks in a USB device 1 Display the list. 2 Select the list type. 3 Select the desired track. • Proceed until you select the desired track. • For details about the list operation, see page 11. From <Category List>: 1 Select the file type. 2 Select a category, then the item in the selected category. From <Link Search>: 1 Select the file type. 2 Select the tag type to display a list of content that contains the same tag as the track/file currently being played, then select the item. From <Folder List>: Select the folder, then the item in the selected folder. To search in the folder containing the current track • Scroll the page to show more items. • To hide the list, touch [ ].

20

iPod/iPhone Preparation ❏Connecting iPod/iPhone • For details about connecting iPod/iPhone, see page 72. • For playable iPod/iPhone types, see page 81. Connect your iPod/iPhone according to your purpose or the type of iPod/iPhone. Wired connection ❏Selecting the connection method 1 Display the source/option selection screen. On the Home screen or the source control screen: 2 Display the <SETUP> screen. 6 Select the connection method of iPod/ iPhone for <APP Connection select>.

• To listen to music: – For Lightning connector models: Use USB Audio cable for iPod/iPhone—KCA-iP103 (optional accessory). – For 30-pin connector models: Use USB Audio cable for iPod/iPhone—KCA-iP102 (optional accessory). • To watch video and listen to music: – For Lightning connector models: Use the HDMI cable KCA-HD100 (optional accessory) and KCA-iP103 (optional accessory) through a Lightning-Digital AV adapter (accessory of the 3 Display the <AV> screen. 4 Set [Automotive Mirroring] to [OFF]. [iPhone USB] [iPhone Bluetooth] [iPhone Bluetooth + HDMI/MHL] Select this when iPod/iPhone is connected using KCA‑iP102 (optional accessory) or KCA‑iP103 (optional accessory). Select this when iPod/iPhone is connected via Bluetooth. Select this when iPod/iPhone is connected both by cable KCA‑HD100 (optional accessory) to the HDMI/MHL input terminal and via Bluetooth.

iPod/iPhone). Bluetooth connection Pair the iPod/iPhone through Bluetooth. (Page 40) • For Lightning connector models: To watch video, connect your iPod/iPhone to the HDMI/MHL input terminal using KCA-HD100 (optional accessory). (Page 72) • For 30-pin connector models: You cannot watch video with a Bluetooth connection. 5 Display the <APP/iPod SETUP> screen. 7 Finish the procedure.

ENGLISH 21

iPod/iPhone Playback operations When the operation buttons are not displayed on the screen, touch the area shown on the illustration. • To change settings for video playback, see page 58. ❏Indications and buttons on the source control screen For audio playback 1 2 3 4 Playback information 1 Playback mode (See the right column.) 2 Song information • Touching [<] scrolls the text if not all of the text is shown. 3 Artwork (Shown if the track contains artwork) 4 File type Operation buttons • Available buttons on the screen and operations differ depending on the type of file being played back. [ ] Displays the track list of the category containing the current track. • To hide the list, touch [ ]. [ ] Selects Repeat playback mode. • : Functions the same as Repeat One. • ALL: Functions the same as Repeat All. [ ] Selects random playback mode.* • : Functions the same as Shuffle Songs. • : Functions the same as Shuffle Albums. [ ] Mutes the sound. • To restore the sound, touch the button again, or adjust the volume. [ ] Displays the list. (Page 23) [S] [T] • Selects a track. (Touch) • Reverse/forward search. (Hold) [IW] Starts/pauses playback. * To cancel random mode, touch the button repeatedly until it is grayed out.

22

iPod/iPhone ❏Selecting an audio track from the list To search all tracks in iPod/iPhone 1 Display the list. 2 Select the list type. 3 Select the desired track. • Proceed until you select the desired track. • For details about the list operation, see page 11. From <Category List>: Select a category, then the item in the selected category. • Available categories differ depending on the type of your iPod/iPhone. From <Link Search>: Select the tag type to display a list of content that contains the same tag as the track/file currently being played, then select the item. To search in the folder containing the current track • Scroll the page to show more items. • To hide the list, touch [ ]. ENGLISH 23

APPS—Android Auto™/Apple CarPlay/Mirroring

You can use an App of the connected iPod touch/ iPhone/Android on this unit. • You can use an App on the following sources: – When an Android device compatible with Android Auto is connected: “Android Auto” (See below) – When iPhone compatible with CarPlay is connected: “Apple CarPlay” (Page 25) or “Mirroring” (Page 26) – When a device other than above is connected: “Mirroring” (Page 26) Using the Apps of an Android device—Android Auto™ ❏About Android Auto ❏Preparation To use the navigation function of Google Maps™, connect a GPS antenna. (Page 75) 1 Set [Automotive Mirroring] to [ON]. (Page 25) 2 Connect an Android device using a Micro USB to USB cable (commercially available). (Page 73) • To use the hands-free function, connect the Android device via Bluetooth. (Page 40) – When an Android device compatible with Android Auto is connected to the USB input terminal, the device is connected via Bluetooth automatically, and the Bluetooth 1 1 Application/information buttons Starts the application or displays information. To exit the Android Auto screen: Press HOME on the monitor panel. ❏Using voice control

Android Auto enables you to use functions of your Android device convenient for driving. You can easily access route guidance, make calls, listen to music, and access convenient functions on the mobile phone currently connected is disconnected. • Unlock your Android device. 3 Select “Android Auto” as the source. DDX9016S DDX9016SM DDX9016DABS DDX916WS DDX916WSM

Android device while driving. • For details about Android Auto, visit < android.com/auto/> and < support. google.com/androidauto>. Compatible Android devices You can use Android Auto with Android devices of Android version 5.0 (Lollipop) or later. (Page 12) • [Android Auto] is displayed only when a compatible Android device is connected. ❏Operation buttons and available Apps on the Android Auto screen You can perform the operations of the Apps of the (Hold) (Hold) • To cancel the voice control, press and hold the same button again. ❏Switching to the Android Auto screen while listening to another source

Android Auto may not be available on all devices and is not available in all countries or regions. connected Android device. • The items displayed on the screen differ depending on the connected Android device. DDX9016S DDX9016SM DDX9016DABS DDX916WS DDX916WSM

To return to the source control screen: Press the same button again. 24 APPS—Android Auto™/Apple CarPlay/Mirroring

Using Apps of iPhone—Apple CarPlay ❏About CarPlay CarPlay is a smarter, safer way to use your iPhone in the car. CarPlay takes the things you want to do with iPhone while driving and displays them on the screen of the unit. You can get directions, make calls, send and receive messages, and listen to the music from iPhone while driving. You can also use Siri voice control to make it easier to operate iPhone. • For details about CarPlay, visit < ssl.apple. com/ios/carplay/>. Compatible iPhone devices You can use CarPlay with the following iPhone models. • iPhone 5 • iPhone 5c • iPhone 5s • iPhone 6 • iPhone 6 Plus • iPhone 6s • iPhone 6s Plus Although the service area is expanding, CarPlay service is NOT available in some markets. Please check the latest information concerning availability in your region from the below website. apple.com/ios/featureavailability/ ❏Preparation To use the navigation function of the maps App, connect a GPS antenna. (Page 75) 1 Configure the settings to use Apple CarPlay on the <AV> screen. On the Home screen or the source control screen: 2 Connect iPhone using KCA-iP103 (optional accessory). (Page 73) • When iPhone compatible with CarPlay is connected to the USB input terminal, the Bluetooth mobile phone currently connected is disconnected. • Unlock your iPhone. 3 Select “Apple CarPlay” as the source. (Page 12) • [Apple CarPlay] is displayed on the Home screen or the source/option selection screen only when a compatible iPhone is connected. ❏ Using Siri You can activate Siri while the CarPlay screen is displayed. On the home screen of CarPlay: 1 Touch and hold [ ] to activate Siri. (Hold) 2 Talk to Siri.

#applecarplay-applecarplay [Automotive Mirroring] Select [ON] to use Apple CarPlay. • You can also activate Siri by pressing and holding

[CarPlay Sidebar] Select the position of the control bar (left or right) shown on the touch panel. /VOICE on the monitor panel. – To deactivate, press /VOICE on the monitor panel.

ENGLISH 25 APPS—Android Auto™/Apple CarPlay/Mirroring

❏Operation buttons and available Apps on the home screen of CarPlay You can use the Apps of the connected iPhone. • The items displayed and the language used on the screen differ depending on the connected device. 1 3 2 1 Application buttons Starts the application. 2 [ ] button • On the App screen: Displays the home screen of CarPlay. (Touch) • On the home screen of CarPlay: Activates Siri. (Hold) (Page 25) 3 [HOME] button Exits the CarPlay screen and displays the Home screen. To return to the source control screen: Press the same button again. Using an App—Mirroring You can use an App of the connected iPod touch/ iPhone/Android on this unit. • For Apps you can use on this unit, visit < kenwood.com/cs/ce>. • For Android devices, you can use more functions with the KENWOOD Smartphone Control application. For details, visit < kenwood.com/cs/ce>. ❏Preparation 1 Connect the iPod touch/iPhone/Android. • For wired connection, see page 72 for iPod touch/iPhone or page 73 for Android. – To view video, connect the device using KCA-HD100 (optional accessory). • For Bluetooth connection, see page 40. 2 Set [Automotive Mirroring] to [OFF]. (Page 25) ❏Playback operations 1 Start the App on your iPod touch/iPhone/ Android. 2 Select “Mirroring” as the source. (Page 12) The App screen is displayed. • When a caution message is displayed, operate by following the message. • You can operate some functions of the App on the touch panel. • For some applications such as navigation applications, the operation buttons and information are not shown. You can perform the operations on the touch panel, such as scrolling the map. – If “ ” appears on the screen, the unit cannot accept the touch operation you have tried to do. • You can also play back the audio/video using iPod/iPhone/Android itself instead of the unit. ❏Switching to the App screen while listening to another source

To exit the CarPlay screen: Press HOME on the monitor panel. ❏Switching to the Apple CarPlay screen while listening to another source 3 Select the device to use and connection method on the <APP Connection select> of the <APP/iPod SETUP> screen. (Page 51) DDX9016S DDX9016SM DDX9016DABS DDX916WS DDX916WSM

DDX9016S DDX9016SM DDX9016DABS DDX916WS DDX916WSM To return to the source control screen: Press the same button again.

26

Radio Listening to the radio Operation buttons ❏Setting the antenna control

❏Indications and buttons on the source control screen [AUTO1]/ [AUTO2]/ [MANUAL] Changes the seek mode. Each time you touch the button, the seek mode changes as follows: You can store the antenna automatically when the source is changed from the tuner to another source. • The antenna is extended regardless of the setting 1 2 4 3 5 • AUTO1: Auto search • AUTO2: Tunes in stations in the memory one after another. • MANUAL: Manual search [FM] Selects the FM band (FM1 – FM3). [AM] Selects the AM band. [TI]* Activates/deactivates TI standby reception mode. (Page 29) [MONO] Activates/deactivates monaural mode for better FM reception. (Stereo effect when the source is the tuner. 1 Display the <Radio SETUP> screen. 2

6 7 8 9 p q will be lost.)

Radio reception information 1 Preset no. 2 Current band 3 Frequency/PS name 4 Seek mode (See the right column.) 5 Preset list (Page 28) 6 Standby reception indicators (Page 29) 7 AF indicator (Page 30) 8 LO.S indicator (Page 28) 9 ST/MONO indicator: Lights up when receiving an FM stereo broadcast with sufficient signal strength. p RDS indicator: Lights up when receiving a Radio Data System station. q EON indicator: Lights up when a Radio Data System station is sending EON signals. • The MONO indicator lights up while monaural mode is activated. [PTY]* Enters PTY search mode. (Page 29) [ ] Mutes the sound. • To restore the sound, touch the button again, or adjust the volume. [S] [T] Searches for a station. • The search method differs according to the selected seek mode. (See above.) [AME] Presets stations automatically. (Page 28) [ ] Changes the settings for radio reception on the <Radio SETUP> screen. (Pages 27 – 30) * Appears only when FM is selected as the band. [ON] Select this to keep the antenna extended even when the source is not the tuner. [OFF] Select this to store the antenna automatically.

ENGLISH 27

Radio ❏Tuning in FM stations only with strong signals—Local Seek The unit tunes in only to stations with sufficient signal strength. The LO.S indicator lights up. To deactivate the Local function: Touch [LO.S] to select [OFF]. The LO.S indicator turns off. Presetting stations ❏Storing stations in the memory You can preset 6 stations for each band. Automatic presetting—AME (Auto Memory) The confirmation message appears. Touch [Yes]. The local stations with the strongest signals are found and stored automatically. Manual presetting 1 Tune in to a station you want to preset. (Page 27) 2 Select a preset number to store. (Hold) The station selected in step 1 is stored. ❏Selecting a preset station from the list Select the band (1), then select a preset station (2).

28

Radio FM Radio Data System features ❏Searching for FM Radio Data System programs—PTY Search You can search for your favorite programs being broadcast by selecting the PTY code. 1 Display the <PTY Search> screen. 2 Select a PTY code (1), then start searching (2). • Scroll the page to show more items. PTY Search starts. If there is a station broadcasting a program of the same PTY code as you have selected, that station is tuned in. Selecting a language for the PTY search 1 Display the <Radio SETUP> screen. 2 3 Select a language. • Scroll the page to show more items. • To close the window, touch [Close]. ❏Activating/deactivating TI Standby Reception TI Standby Reception You can receive traffic information even while listening to another source by activating TI Standby Reception. The unit is in standby to switch to Traffic Information (TI) if available. • The TI indicator lights up in the following cases: – Lights in white: Receives the Traffic Information. – Lights in orange: On standby for traffic information reception. • If the TI indicator is lit in orange, tune into another station providing Radio Data System signals. • When traffic information is received, the screen switches to the Traffic Information screen automatically. To deactivate TI Standby Reception: Touch [TI]. (The TI indicator turns off.) • The volume adjustment for Traffic Information is automatically memorized. The next time the unit switches to Traffic Information, the volume is set to the previous level. • For DDX9016DABS: The TI Standby Reception can also be activated or deactivated from “Digital Radio” source control screen. (Page 33) Continued on the next page...

ENGLISH 29

Radio News Standby Reception 1 Display the <Radio SETUP> screen. 2 ❏Tracing the same program—Network Tracking Reception When driving in an area where FM reception is not sufficient enough, this unit automatically tunes in to another FM Radio Data System station of the same network, possibly broadcasting the same program with stronger signals. • When shipped from the factory, Network-Tracking Reception is activated. To change the Network-Tracking Reception setting 1 Display the <Radio SETUP> screen. • The RDS indicator lights up when the Network-Tracking Reception is activated and an FM Radio Data System station is found. ❏Automatic TI station seek—Auto TP Seek When traffic information station reception is poor, the unit automatically searches for another station that can be received better. To activate Auto TP Seek 1 Display the <Radio SETUP> screen.

[00min] - [90min] Activate News Standby Reception 2 (the NEWS indicator lights up). 2 Select the period of time to disable interruption.

[OFF] Deactivate the function. • The volume adjustment while receiving News is automatically memorized. The next time the unit switches to News, the volume is set to the previous level. [AF] • [ON]: Switches to another station. The program may differ from the one currently received (the AF indicator lights up). • [OFF]: Cancels. [Regional] • [ON]: Switches to another station broadcasting the same program (the AF indicator lights up). • [OFF]: Cancels. To deactivate Auto TP Seek: Touch [Auto TP Seek] to select [OFF].

30 DIGITAL RADIO (DAB) (Only for DDX9016DABS)

About DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) What is DAB system? DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) is one of the digital radio broadcasting systems available today. It can deliver digital quality sound without any annoying interference or signal distortion. Furthermore, it can carry text and data. In contrast to FM broadcast, where each program is transmitted on its own frequency, Digital Radio combines several programs (called “services”) to form one “ensemble.” The “Primary component” (main radio station) is sometimes accompanied by a “secondary component” which can contain extra programs or Digital radio reception information 1 Preset no./Channel no. 2 Album artwork • Touching the artwork displays the large artwork picture. To restore the screen, touch the artwork again. 3 Seek mode (See below.) 4 Text information • Touching [<] scrolls the text if not all of the text is shown. • Touching [ ] switches the information between channel name, artist name, song title, content information, category name, channel description, and similar channels. 5 Signal strength 6 Preset list (Page 32) [ ] Mutes the sound. • To restore the sound, touch the button again, or adjust the volume. [ ] Displays the <Service List> screen. (Page 32) [S] [T] Searches for an ensemble, service, and component. • The search method differs according to the selected seek mode. (See the left column.) [TI] Activates/deactivates TI standby reception mode. (Page 33) [SETUP] Changes the settings for Digital radio reception on the <Digital Radio SETUP> screen. (Page 35)

other information. 7 The Digital Radio indicator: Lights up when receiving an DAB broadcast. [Instant Replay] Displays the replay mode screen. (Page 34)

Listening to Digital Radio ❏Indications and buttons on the source control screen Live mode screen 8 The MC indicator: Lights up when receiving an Digital Radio multi component. 9 TI indicator (Page 33) p RDS indicator: Lights up when receiving an Radio Data System station. Operation buttons [Live] Displays the live mode screen. (Page 34) [PTY] Enters PTY search mode. (Page 33) [DLS] Displays Dynamic Label Segment

1 2 3 5 4 6 [AUTO1]/ [AUTO2]/ [MANUAL] Changes the seek mode. Each time you touch the button, the seek mode changes as follows: • AUTO1: Auto search • AUTO2: Tunes in stations in the memory one after another. • MANUAL: Manual search Screen (text messages the station sends). • To display all available operation buttons, touch [ ] to display the other operation button window.

7 8 p 9 [ ] Displays the other operation button window. • To hide the window, touch [ ]. [ ] Displays the preset list. • To hide the list, touch [ ].

ENGLISH 31

DIGITAL RADIO (DAB) ❏Selecting a service from the service list 1 Display the <Service List> screen. 2 Select a category (1), then select a service from the list (2). • Touch [ A–Z] to search a service by initial. • Touch and hold [ ] to update the <Service List>. Presetting services ❏Storing services in the memory You can preset 15 services. 1 Select a service you want to preset. (Page 31) 2 Display the preset list. 3 Select a preset number to store. (Hold) The station selected in step 1 is stored. • Scroll the page to show more items. • To hide the list, touch [ ]. ❏Selecting a preset station from the list • Scroll the page to show more items. • To hide the list, touch [ ].

32

DIGITAL RADIO (DAB) Radio Data System features ❏Searching for Radio Data System programs—PTY Search You can search for your favorite programs being broadcast by selecting the PTY code. 1 Display the <PTY Search> screen. 2 Select a PTY code (1), then start searching (2). • Scroll the page to show more items. PTY Search starts. If there is a service broadcasting a program of the same PTY code as you have selected, that service is tuned in. ❏Activating/deactivating TI Standby Reception You can receive traffic information even while listening to another source by activating TI Standby Reception. The unit is in standby to switch to Traffic Information (TI) if available. • The TI indicator lights up in the following cases: – Lights in white: Receives the Traffic Information. – Lights in orange: On standby for traffic information reception. • If the TI indicator is lit in orange, tune into another station providing Radio Data System signals. • When traffic information is received, the screen switches to the Traffic Information screen automatically. To deactivate TI Standby Reception: Touch [TI]. (The TI indicator turns off.) • The volume adjustment for Traffic Information is automatically memorized. The next time the unit switches to Traffic Information, the volume is set to the previous level. • The TI Standby Reception can also be activated or deactivated from “Radio” source control screen. (Page 29) ENGLISH 33 DIGITAL RADIO (DAB) Using the Replay function You can temporarily record the broadcast from the current time, and replay the recorded data. • You can not use the Replay function ([Instant Replay] button is not available) in the following cases: – When the data is not recorded. – When receiving a service of the program type selected for <PTY Watch>. (Page 35) • When the recording capacity is full, the older recorded data is deleted and recording continues. • If you change to another channel during playback, the recorded content will be lost. ❏Indications on the Replay mode screen 321 1 Replay time bar Shows the remaining capacity (gray) and the amount of buffered content (blue). If the Replay buffer is full, the entire bar becomes blue. • Updated every second. 2 Playback status (I: play / W: pause / O: rewind / N: fast forward) 3 Time code Shows you the point in the Replay buffer you are listening to. • Example: –5:00 – You are listening to audio that is 5 minutes behind the current broadcast. • Updated every second. ❏Replaying content 1 Display the Replay mode screen. 2 Perform the replay operations. • To start/pause the playback, touch [IW]. • To rewind/fast forward 15 seconds, touch [S]/[T]. • To rewind/fast forward, touch and hold [O]/ [N]. To return to the live mode screen:

34

DIGITAL RADIO (DAB) Settings for Digital Audio Radio You can set the Digital Radio related items. <PTY Watch> If the service of the set program type begins with the ensemble being received, the unit switches from any source to Digital Radio for service reception. Select the type of program. <L-Band Tuning>*2*3 If the reception of the service is poor, activate the L-Band reception. • ON: Receives the L-Band width during Digital Audio reception. • OFF (Initial): Cancels.

<Announcement Select> If the service of the announcement item you activated begins with the ensemble being received, this unit switches from any source to the announcement received.*1 <Related Service> • ON: When the current selected DAB service network is not available and found the related service, the unit offers to switch to the related service. • OFF (Initial): Cancels.

❏Setting items <Priority> • ON (Initial): If the same service is provided by Digital Radio during Radio Data System reception, the unit automatically switches to Digital Radio. If the same service is provided by Radio Data System when reception of the service being provided by Digital Radio becomes poor, the unit automatically switches to Radio Data System. • OFF: Deactivates. <Seamless Blend> <Antenna Power>*2 Set [ON] for the announcement items you need. • News flash/Transport flash/Warning/Service/ Area weather flash/ Event announcement/ Special event/Programme information/Sport report/ Financial report – To deactivate all announcements, select [All OFF]. • ON (Initial): Prevents audio break when switching from Digital Radio to Analog Radio. • OFF: Cancels. • ON (Initial): Supplies power to the Digital Radio antenna. • OFF: Cancels. *1 The volume adjustment while receiving Announcement is automatically memorized. The next time the unit switches to Announcement, the volume is set to the previous level. *2 You can change the settings only when the unit is in standby. (Page 9) *3 When the setting is changed, the preset services are initialized.

ENGLISH 35 OTHER EXTERNAL COMPONENTS

Using a camera • To connect a camera, see page 74. • To use a rear view camera, a REVERSE lead connection is required. (Pages 70 and 71) ❏Settings for the camera 1 Display the source/option selection screen. On the Home screen or the source control screen: 2 Display the <SETUP> screen. Setting items [R-CAM Interruption] [Parking Guidelines] [Guidelines Setup] • ON: Displays the picture from the rear view camera when you shift the gear to the reverse (R) position. • OFF (Initial): Select this when no camera is connected. • ON (Initial): Displays the parking guidelines to enable easier parking when you shift the gear to the reverse (R) position. • OFF: Hides the parking guidelines. Adjusts the parking guidelines according to the size of the car, parking space and so on. (See the right column.) Adjusting the parking guidelines • Install the rear view camera in the appropriate position according to the instructions supplied with the rear view camera. • When adjusting the parking guidelines, make sure to use the parking brake to prevent the car from moving. 1 Touch [Guidelines Setup] on the <Camera> screen. (See the far left column.) The guidelines settings screen is displayed. 2 Touch one of the marks to adjust (1), then adjust the position of the selected mark (2).

3 Display the <Camera> screen. [Front Camera] • ON: Activates the front view camera. Select this to use the front view camera. • OFF (Initial): Select this when no camera is connected.

[Front Camera Mirror Image] 4 Configure the camera settings. • Scroll the page to show more items. • ON: Displays the picture from the front view camera horizontally reversed. • OFF (Initial): Displays the picture from the front view camera as it is. Make sure that A and B are horizontally parallel, and that C and D are the same length. • Touch [Initialize] and after touch [Yes] to set all the marks to the initial default position.

36

OTHER EXTERNAL COMPONENTS ❏Displaying the picture from the camera The camera screen is displayed when you shift the gear to the reverse (R) position. • To erase the operation buttons, touch the screen. Touching the screen again displays the operation buttons. To display the picture from the camera manually • When [Front Camera] is set to [ON], the picture from the front view camera is displayed. When [Front Camera] is set to [OFF], the picture from the rear view camera is displayed. On the touch panel: Select [Camera] on the pop-up short-cut menu. (Page 13) On the monitor panel (only for DDX9016S/ DDX9016SM/DDX9016DABS): To switch the screen between the front view camera and the rear view camera • Each time you touch the button, the screen is switched between the rear view screen and the front view screen. To exit the camera screen Using external audio/video players—AV-IN When the operation buttons are not displayed on the screen, touch the area shown on the illustration. • To change settings for video playback, see page 58. ❏Starting playback 1 Connect an external component to the AV‑IN1 or AV-IN2 input terminal. (Page 74) 2 Select “AV-IN1” or “AV-IN2” as the source. (Page 12) 3 Turn on the connected component and start playing the source.

ENGLISH 37

OTHER EXTERNAL COMPONENTS Using a smartphone—HDMI/MHL When the operation buttons are not displayed on the screen, touch the area shown on the illustration. • To change settings for video playback, see page 58. ❏What is HDMI/MHL? HDMI stands for High Definition Multi-media Interface. HDMI connections can transfer digital video source signals (such as from a DVD player) without converting them to analog. A new feature that has been added to HDMI that extends its capabilities further is MHL, or Mobile High-definition Link. Both interfaces allow your smartphone to connect to the device. When it is connected, you can see your smartphone’s screen on the monitor. About Wireless Display Adapter This unit is compatible with Wireless Display Adapters. Connecting a Wireless Display Adapter (KCA-WL100: optional accessory) to the HDMI/MHL input terminal (Page 74) enables you to enjoy listening to music, watching videos, or viewing pictures over a wireless connection. • For details about Wireless Display Adapter settings, etc., refer to the instructions supplied with the Wireless Display Adapter. ❏Displaying the screen of the smartphone You can display the screen of smartphones connected via the HDMI/MHL input terminal. 1 Connect your smartphone to the HDMI/ MHL input terminal. (Page 73) • Use HDMI cable KCA-HD100 (optional accessory) or MHL cable KCA-MH100 (optional accessory). 2 Select “HDMI/MHL” as the source. (Page 12) 3 Start an application or playback on your smartphone. [Hide] Hides the indicators and buttons. [ ] Mutes the sound. • To restore the sound, touch the button again, or adjust the volume. Watching a TV When the operation buttons are not displayed on the screen, touch the area shown on the illustration. • To change settings for video playback, see page 58. Preparation • Connect the TV tuner box to the AV-IN1 input terminal and TV tuner remote control output terminal. (Page 74) • Select [ON] for [TV Tuner Control]. (Page 63) ❏Displaying the TV screen 1 Select “AV-IN1” as the source. (Page 12) 2 Turn on the TV. [Hide] Hides the indicators and buttons. [ ] Mutes the sound. • To restore the sound, touch the button again, or adjust the volume. [CH K]/[CH J] Changes the channels.

38

OTHER EXTERNAL COMPONENTS Using the external navigation unit To exit the navigation screen ❏Adjusting the guidance volume

You can connect a navigation unit (KNA-G630: optional accessory) to the navigation input terminal so that you can view the navigation screen. (Page 74) • The navigation guidance comes out of the front speakers even when you are listening to an audio source. ❏Viewing the navigation screen • To display more items, touch [ ]/[ ] or flick to change the page. • While the navigation screen is displayed, the touch panel operations are available only for navigation. • The aspect ratio of the navigation screen is fixed to <Full> regardless of the <Aspect> setting (Page 58). DDX9016S DDX9016SM DDX9016DABS DDX916WS DDX916WSM 1 Display the source/option selection screen. On the Home screen or the source control screen: 2 Display the <SETUP> screen. 3 Display the <Navigation> screen. 4 Adjust the volume of the navigation guidance.

ENGLISH 39

BLUETOOTH Information for using Bluetooth® devices Bluetooth is a short-range wireless radio communication technology for mobile devices such as mobile phones, portable PCs, and other devices. Bluetooth devices can be connected without cables and communicate with each other. Notes • While driving, do not perform complicated operations such as dialing numbers, using the phone book, etc. When you perform these operations, stop your car in a safe place. • Some Bluetooth devices may not connect to this unit depending on the Bluetooth version of the device. • This unit may not work for some Bluetooth devices. • Connecting conditions may vary depending on your environment. • For some Bluetooth devices, the device is disconnected when the unit is turned off. About mobile phones compatible with Phone Book Access Profile (PBAP) If your mobile phone supports PBAP, you can display the phone book and call lists on the touch panel screen when the mobile phone is connected. • Phone book: up to 1000 entries • Dialed calls, received calls, and missed calls: up to 50 entries in total Connecting Bluetooth devices ❏Activating/deactivating the Bluetooth function When you use the Bluetooth device, activate the Bluetooth function on the unit. 1 Display the source/option selection screen. On the Home screen or the source control screen: 2 Display the <SETUP> screen. 3 Display the <Bluetooth Setup> screen. 4 Activate ([ON]) or deactivate ([OFF]) the Bluetooth function. ❏Registering and connecting a new Bluetooth device When you connect a Bluetooth device to the unit for the first time, pair the unit and the device. Pairing allows Bluetooth devices to communicate with each other. • You cannot register the Bluetooth device when you are using the following sources: “Bluetooth”, “iPod”, “Android Auto”, “Apple CarPlay”, or “Mirroring”. If you want to register the Bluetooth device while using one of the above mentioned sources, send the connection request from the Bluetooth device and register it. • The pairing method differs depending on the Bluetooth version of the device. – For devices with Bluetooth 2.1: You can pair the device and the unit using SSP (Secure Simple Pairing) which only requires confirmation. – For devices with Bluetooth 2.0: You need to enter a PIN code both on the device and unit for pairing. • You can register up to 10 devices in total. • Two Bluetooth devices can be connected at a time. • To use the Bluetooth function, you need to turn on the Bluetooth function of the device. • When a Bluetooth mobile phone is connected, the signal strength and battery level are displayed when the information is acquired from the device.

40

BLUETOOTH Auto pairing When <Auto Pairing> is set to [ON], iOS devices (such as iPhone) are automatically paired when connected via USB. (Page 49) Pairing a Bluetooth device from the target device 1 Search for the unit (“DDX****”) from your Bluetooth device and operate the device to register. For a Bluetooth device compatible with SSP (Bluetooth 2.1): Confirm the request both on the device and the unit. For a Bluetooth device compatible with Bluetooth 2.0: Select the unit (“DDX****”) on your Bluetooth device. • If a PIN code is required, enter the PIN code shown on the screen (initial: “0000”). – To change PIN code, see page 43. 3 When your Bluetooth device is compatible with A2DP or SPP: Determine usage as an audio player or a device with Apps installed. • To use the device as an audio player, touch [Yes].

012345 OKKENWOOD BT MM-8U2 PIN code 0000 OK 2 Determine usage as a mobile phone. • When you do not want to use the Bluetooth device as an audio player, touch [No]. 4 When your Bluetooth device is compatible with PBAP: Select whether to transfer the phonebook of your Bluetooth device to the unit or not.

• Touch [No] to reject the request. • To use the Bluetooth device as a mobile phone, select the hands free number ([Hands Free1] or [Hands Free2]) to connect the device for. • When you do not want to use the Bluetooth device as a mobile phone, select [No Connection.]. • To close the window, touch [Close]. • To transfer the phone book from your Bluetooth device, touch [Yes]. • When you do not want to transfer the phone book, touch [No].

ENGLISH 41

BLUETOOTH ❏Connecting/disconnecting a paired Bluetooth device Two devices can be connected simultaneously. 5 Select the device you want to connect/ disconnect. ❏Deleting a paired Bluetooth device 1 Display the <Select Device> screen. (See

1 Display the source/option selection screen. On the Home screen or the source control screen: the far left column.) 2 Display the <Device Remove> screen.

2 Display the <SETUP> screen. 3 Display the <Bluetooth Setup> screen. 4 Display the <Select Device> screen. • Scroll the page to show more items. • The icons beside the paired device indicate the following: – / : Connected as a mobile phone. – : Connected as an audio player. 6 Select the usage of the device. Each time you touch the selection, the usage is selected (“ ” appears) or deselected (“ ” disappears). Select to connect and deselect to disconnect the device. • [TEL (HFP)1]/[TEL (HFP)2]: Mobile phone • [Audio (A2DP)/App (SPP)]: Audio player/ device with Apps installed • To close the window, touch [Close]. 3 Select a device to delete (1), then touch [Delete] (2). • Touch [ All] to select all devices. • Touch [ All] to deselect all selected devices. • Scroll the page to show more items. A confirmation message appears. Touch [Yes].

42

BLUETOOTH ❏Changing the PIN code 1 Display the <Bluetooth Setup> screen. (Page 42) 2 Display the PIN code input screen. 3 Enter the PIN code (1), then confirm the entry (2). • Touch [ ] to delete the last entry. ❏Change the device name of the unit displayed on the paired device 1 Display the <Bluetooth Setup> screen. (Page 42) 2 Display the device name entry screen. 3 Enter the device name (1), then confirm the entry (2). • Touch [ ] to delete the last entry. • Touch [H]/[I] to move the entry position. Using a Bluetooth mobile phone ❏Receiving a call When a call comes in... • Call information is displayed if acquired. • The call incoming screen is not displayed while the camera screen is displayed. To display the call incoming screen, shift the gear to the drive position. To reject a call When <Auto Response> is activated (Page 49) The unit answers incoming calls automatically.

ENGLISH 43

BLUETOOTH ❏Ending a call While talking... ❏Adjusting the volume during a call/ echo cancel level/noise reduction volume 1 Display the <Speech Quality> window. While talking... 2 ❏Switching between handsfree mode and phone mode While talking... Each time you touch the button, the talking method is switched ( : handsfree mode / : phone mode).

<Microphone Level> <Echo Cancel Level>* <Noise Reduction Level>* Adjusts the microphone volume level. • −10 to +10 (initial: 0). Adjusts the echo volume. • −5 to +5 (initial: 0). Adjusts the noise reduction volume. • −5 to +5 (initial: 0).

• To close the window, touch [Close]. * You can also adjust these items on the <TEL SETUP> screen. (Page 49) 44

BLUETOOTH ❏Switching between two connected devices When two devices are connected, you can change the device to use. While using a Bluetooth mobile phone, select the device you want to use. 1 Display the phone control screen. On the Home screen or the source control screen: 2 Select the device to use. The active device is highlighted. ❏Muting the volume of the microphone While talking... To restore the volume, touch [ ]. ❏Sending dial tone during a call You can send dial tone during a call using the DTMF (Dual Tone Multi Frequency) function. 1 Display the tone input window. While talking... 2 Input the tone to send. • To close the window, touch [Close]. ❏Making a call 1 Display the phone control screen. On the Home screen or the source control screen: 2 Select a method to make a call. [ ] From the call history* [ ] From the phone book* [ ] From the preset list • To preset, see page 47. [ ] Direct number entry [ ] Voice dialing • You can display the <Bluetooth Setup> screen by touching [ ]. * When the mobile phone is not compatible with Phone Book Access Profile (PBAP), the phone book is not displayed. Continued on the next page...

ENGLISH 45

BLUETOOTH From the call history ( missed calls/ received calls/ dialed calls) Display the call history list (1), then select the target to make a call (2). • Scroll the page to show more items. From the phonebook • To transfer phonebook from the connected Bluetooth mobile phone compatible with PBAP, see page 48. 1 Display the phonebook (1), then display the keyboard to search by initial (2). 2 Select the initial to sort the list in the alphabetical order. 46 • If the initial character is a number, touch [1] and then select the number. • Touch [ ] to delete the last entry. • Touch [ ] to hide the keyboard. 3 Select a contact to call. • Scroll the page to show more items. 4 Select the phone number from the list to make a call. • Scroll the page to show more items. • You can select a first name or last name to use when sorting the list in alphabetical order on the <TEL SETUP> screen. (Page 49) From the preset list Display the preset list (1), then select the target to make a call (2). Direct number entry Display the direct number entry screen (1), enter the number (2), then make a call (3). BLUETOOTH Voice dialing • Available only when the connected mobile phone has a voice recognition system. 1 Activate voice dialing. ❏Presetting phone numbers You can preset up to 10 phone numbers. 1 Display the preset list. (Page 45) 2 4 Select a method to add a phone number to preset list, then register the number to the preset list. 3 Select a position to store into. • You can also activate voice dialing by holding /VOICE on the monitor panel. 2 Say the name of the person you want to call. [Add number from phonebook] [Add number direct] Select a phone number from the phonebook (Page 46). Enter a phone number on the direct number entry screen, then touch [Set] to add to the preset list.

• If the voice command is not recognized, touch [Restart], then say the name again. To cancel voice dialing: Touch [Stop]. • To close the window, touch [Close]. • To display the preset list, touch [ ] on the phone control screen. To delete a phone number from the preset list: Select the phone number to delete on the <Edit Preset Dial> screen, then touch [Delete] on the <Edit Preset Number> window. To delete all phone numbers from the preset list: Touch [Delete all] on the <Edit Preset Dial> screen.

ENGLISH 47

BLUETOOTH ❏Editing phonebook To transfer the phonebook If the connected Bluetooth mobile phone is compatible with Phone Book Access Profile (PBAP), you can transfer the phonebook of the mobile phone to the unit. 1 Display the phone book (1), then display the <Edit Phonebook> window (2). On the phone control screen: 2 Start transferring the phonebook. • To close the <Edit Phonebook> window, touch [Close]. • To cancel the transferring the phonebook, touch [Cancel]. To delete contact from the phonebook 1 Display the <Edit Phonebook> window. (See the far left column.) 2 Display the <Delete Phonebook> screen. • To close the window, touch [Close]. 3 Select contacts to delete (1), then delete them (2). • “ ” appears beside the selected bookmarks. • Touch [ All] to select all bookmarks. • Touch [ All] to deselect all selected bookmarks. • Touch [ A–Z] to search the contact by initial. • Scroll the page to show more items.

48

BLUETOOTH Settings for Bluetooth mobile ❏Setting items Using the Bluetooth audio player

phone You can change various settings for using Bluetooth mobile phones on the <TEL SETUP> screen. 1 Display the <Bluetooth Setup> screen. (Page 42) 2 Display the <TEL SETUP> screen. <Bluetooth HF/ Audio> <Auto Response> Select the speakers used for Bluetooth (both phone and audio player). • Front: Front speakers only. • All (Initial): All speakers. • 1 – 30 (in 5 second steps): The unit answers the incoming calls automatically. Set the calling ring time (seconds). • OFF (Initial): The unit does not answer the calls automatically. Answer the calls manually. • To connect a new device, see page 40. • To connect/disconnect a paired device, see page 42. ❏Indications and buttons on the source control screen 1 2 3 4

• You can also display the <Bluetooth Setup> screen by touching [ ] on the phone control screen. (Page 45) 3 Configure the Bluetooth settings (1), then confirm the adjustments (2). <Auto Pairing> • ON (Initial): Establishes pairing automatically with the connected iOS device (such as iPhone) even if the Bluetooth function is deactivated on the device. (Auto pairing may not work for some devices depending on the iOS version.) • OFF: Cancels. <Sort Order> Select a first name or last name to use when sorting the list in alphabetical order. • First: Sorts the list in the order of first name. • Last (Initial): Sorts the list in the order of last name. 5 • The operation buttons, indications and information displayed on the screen differ depending on the connected device. Playback information • The information displayed on the screen differs depending on the connected device. 1 Connected device name 2 Playback mode (Page 50) 3 Signal strength and battery level (only when the information is acquired from the device) <Echo Cancel Level> <Noise Reduction Level> • Scroll the page to show more items. Adjusts the echo volume. • −5 to +5 (initial: 0). Adjusts the noise reduction volume. • −5 to +5 (initial: 0). 4 Tag data (current track title/artist name/album title)* • Touching [<] scrolls the text if not all of the text is shown. 5 Artwork (Shown if the track contains artwork) * Available only for devices compatible with AVRCP 1.3. Continued on the next page...

ENGLISH 49

BLUETOOTH Operation buttons • Available buttons on the screen and operations differ depending on the connected device. [ ] Displays the other operation button window. • To hide the window, touch [ ]. [ ] Selects Repeat playback mode. • : Repeats the current track/file. • : Repeats all tracks/files in the current folder. • ALL: Repeats the all tracks/files in the device. [ ]*1 Selects Random playback mode. • : Randomly plays all tracks in current folder. • ALL: Randomly plays all tracks in current album. [ ] Mutes the sound. • To restore the sound, touch the button again, or adjust the volume. [ ]*2 Displays the folder/track list. (See the right column.) [S] [T] • Selects a track. (Touch) • Reverse/forward search.*3 (Hold) [I] Starts playback. [W] Pauses playback. ❏Selecting a track from the list 1 Display the music list screen. 2 Select the folder, then the item in the selected folder. • For details about the list operation, see page 11. ❏Switching the Bluetooth audio player 1 Display the Bluetooth device selection window. Available Bluetooth audio player devices are listed. 2 Select the desired device.

[BT DEVICE CHANGE] Switches the Bluetooth audio player.

• To display all available operation buttons, touch [ ] to display the other operation button window. *1 To cancel random mode, touch the button repeatedly until it is grayed out. *2 Available only for devices compatible with AVRCP 1.5. *3 Available only for devices compatible with AVRCP 1.3. • To close the window, touch [Close]. The selected device is connected.

50

SETTINGS Settings for using applications of iPod/iPhone/Android/BlackBerry 3 Display the <AV> screen. <iPhone Bluetooth> Select this to use Apps with iPod/iPhone connected via Bluetooth.

Before using applications of iPod/iPhone/Android/ BlackBerry, select the device to use and connection method. Preparation: Connect iPod touch/iPhone/Android/BlackBerry device. • For Android/BlackBerry: Connect the Android/ BlackBerry device via Bluetooth or both with a cable and via Bluetooth. – For Bluetooth connection, see page 40. – For wired connection, see page 73. • For iPod touch/iPhone: Connect iPod touch/ iPhone with a cable, via Bluetooth, or both with a cable and via Bluetooth. (Page 21) 1 Display the source/option selection screen. On the Home screen or the source control screen: 4 Set [Automotive Mirroring] to [OFF]. 5 Display the <APP/iPod SETUP> screen. 6 Select the device and connection method for <APP Connection select>. <HDMI/MHL> Select this to use Apps with iPod/iPhone/Android device connected both by cable to the HDMI/MHL input terminal and via Bluetooth. <iPhone USB> Select this to use Apps with iPod/iPhone connected using KCA-iP102 (optional accessory) or KCA-iP103 (optional accessory). 7 Finish the procedure.

2 Display the <SETUP> screen.

<Android Bluetooth> Select this to use Apps with an Android device connected via Bluetooth.

ENGLISH 51

SETTINGS Selecting different sources for the front and rear monitors—Zone Control You can select different sources for both this unit and an external monitor connected to the VIDEO OUT and AV-OUT AUDIO terminals. (Page 74) 1 Display the source/option selection screen. On the Home screen or the source control screen: 2 Display the <Audio> screen. • You can also display the <Audio> screen by selecting [Audio] on the pop-up short-cut menu. (Page 13) 3 Display the <Zone Control> screen. 52 4 Select the source for front and rear, and adjust the volume for the rear source. [Zone Select] Selects whether different sources are selected for the front and rear monitors. • Dual Zone: Selects different sources. (The DUAL indicator lights up.) • Single Zone: Selects the same source. [Front Source]* Selects the source for the front monitor. [Rear Source]* Selects the source for the rear monitor. [Rear VOL.]* Adjusts the volume for the rear source. • When the rear speaker sound is switched, the audio source that is output at the AV-OUT AUDIO terminal is also switched to the same source. • When [Zone Control] is set to [Dual Zone], the following operations/performances are not available. – Output from the subwoofer – Adjustment on the <Graphic Equalizer> screen (Page 54) – Adjustment on the <Sound Effect> screen (Page 58) – Settings on the <Speaker Select> screen (Page 53) – Settings on the <Position/DTA> screen (Page 55) • You cannot select iPod if it is connected via Bluetooth. • If you select USB, iPod, Disc, Mirroring, Bluetooth audio, Apple CarPlay or Android Auto as the Front Source, you cannot select USB or iPod as the Rear Source. * Selectable only when [Zone Select] is set to [Dual Zone]. SETTINGS Sound adjustment—Audio You can adjust the various audio settings on the <Audio> screen. • You cannot change the <Audio> settings screen in the following situations: – When the unit is in standby (Page 9) – When the Bluetooth phone is used (making or receiving a call, during a call, or while voice dialing) – During navigation guidance ❏Setting the car type/speakers/crossover frequency 1 Display the source/option selection screen. On the Home screen or the source control screen: 2 Display the <Audio> screen. 3 Display the <Speaker Select> screen. 4 Select a car type. A selection window appears for car type. Select an item, then touch [Close] to close the window. 5 Select a speaker (front speakers, rear speakers, or subwoofer) to set (1), then location and speaker/tweeter size of the selected speaker (2). 6 Display the <X’over> screen (1), select the speaker type (2), then adjust the crossover frequency of the selected speaker (3). <HPF FREQ> Adjusts the crossover frequency for the front or rear speakers (high pass filter).*1 <LPF FREQ> Adjusts the crossover for the subwoofer (low pass filter).*2 <Slope> Adjusts the crossover slope.*3 <Gain> Adjusts the output volume of the selected speaker. <TW Gain> Adjusts the output volume of the tweeter.*4 *5

• You can also display the <Audio> screen by selecting [Audio] on the pop-up short-cut A selection window appears for location and <Phase Inversion> Selects the phase for the subwoofer.*2

menu. (Page 13) speaker/tweeter setting. Select an item, then touch [Close] to close the window. • Repeat steps 1 and 2 to set all speakers. • When a speaker is not connected, select [None]. • When setting the front speakers, also select the speaker size for <Tweeter>. *1 Appears only when the front or rear speakers are selected. *2 Appears only when the subwoofer is selected. *3 Not adjustable when <HPF FREQ> or <LPF FREQ> is set to <Through>. *4 Appears only when the front speakers are selected. *5 Adjustable only when <Tweeter> is set to <Small>, <Middle>, or <Large> on the <Speaker Select> screen.

ENGLISH 53

SETTINGS ❏Using the sound equalization • The adjustment is memorized for each source until you adjust the sound again. If the source is a disc, the adjustment is stored for each of the following categories. – DVD-Video – CD/VCD/Audio files/Video files (Page 79) • You cannot adjust the sound when the unit is in standby. Selecting a preset sound mode 1 Display the <Audio> screen. (Page 53) 2 Display the <Graphic Equalizer> screen. 3 Display the preset sound modes (1), then select a sound mode (2). • Touch [ ] to hide the preset sound modes. Storing your own adjustments—Adjusting the sound precisely 1 Display the <Graphic Equalizer> screen. (See the left column.) 2 Select a band and adjust the level of the selected band. • You can adjust the level by dragging the slider or using [J]/[K]. • Repeat this step to adjust the level of other bands. 3 Activate ([ON]) or deactivate ([OFF]) the bass (<Bass EXT>) (1), and then adjust the subwoofer level (<SW Level>)* (2). • Touch [H]/[I] to adjust <SW Level>. • When <Bass Ext> is set to [ON], a frequency lower than 62.5 Hz is set to the same gain level as 62.5 Hz. 4 Store the adjustment. A user selection window appears. Select from [User 1] to [User 4] to store your adjustment, then touch [Close] to close the window. • To apply the adjusted equalizer to all playback source, touch [ALL SRC] on the <Graphic Equalizer> screen, then touch [OK] to confirm. • To make the current EQ curve flat, touch [Initialize]. * Not adjustable when <None> is selected for subwoofer on the <Speaker Select> screen. (Page 53) ❏Setting the crossover network mode (Only for DDX9016S Region 3/ DDX916WS Region 3) Select the appropriate crossover network mode according to the speaker system (2-way speaker system or 3-way speaker system). 1 Put the unit in standby. (Page 9) 2 Press and hold volume K while holding M on the monitor panel to display the <X’over Network> screen. 3 Select the crossover network mode. [2 way] Select this when connecting speakers in a 2-way system (front/rear). [3 way] Select this when connecting speakers in a 3-way system (tweeter/mid range/woofer). A confirmation message appears. Press [Yes].

54

SETTINGS ❏Setting the listening position You can adjust the sound effects according to your listening position. 1 Display the <Audio> screen. (Page 53) 2 Display the <Position/DTA> screen. 3 Touch [Listening Position] (1), then select the listening position ([Front L], [Front R], [Front All], or [All]) (2). Adjusting the Digital Time Alignment (DTA) Make fine adjustments to the delay time of the speaker output to create a more suitable environment for your vehicle. 1 Display the <Position/DTA> screen. (See the left column.) 2 Display the DTA adjustment screen. 3 Touch [Delay] (1), then adjust the Digital Time Alignment (DTA) value for each speaker (2). • Touch [H]/[I] to adjust the value. • To return to the initial setting of Delay and Level, touch [Initialize] and [YES] in the confirmation screen. 4 Touch [Level] (1), then adjust the output volume for each speaker (2). • Touch [H]/[I] to adjust the level. • To return to the initial setting of Delay and Level, touch [Initialize] and [YES] in the confirmation screen.

ENGLISH 55

SETTINGS ❏Localizing the sound image—Front Focus You can localize the sound image in front of the selected seat. 1 Display the <Position/DTA> screen. (Page 55) 2 Touch [Front Focus] (1), then select the listening position to set as the front position (2). 4 Touch [Delay] (1), then adjust the sound image precisely (2). 5 Touch [Level] (1), then adjust the output volume for each speaker (2).

• When you are sitting on the [Front All] (front seats) or [All] (front and rear seats) position, select left (“Priority L”) or right (“Priority R”) to specify the position to localize the sound image. [Sound Image LR (Front)] [Sound Image LR (Rear)] [Size of the Virtual Sound Field] [Subwoofer Delay] Adjusts the sound image to set on the front position. Adjusts the sound image to set on the rear position. Adjusts the virtual sound field to the desired field size. • If the sound image moves out of the front position, adjust [Sound Image LR (Front)]/[Sound Image LR (Rear)]. Adjusts the time alignment of the subwoofer. • Touch [H]/[I] to adjust the level. • To return to the initial setting of Delay and Level, touch [Initialize] and [YES] in the confirmation screen.

3 Display the <Front Focus Adjust> screen. • To return to the initial setting of Delay and Level, touch [Initialize] and [YES] in the confirmation screen.

56

SETTINGS ❏Adjusting the volume balance 1 Display the <Audio> screen. (Page 53) 2 Display the <Fader/Balance> screen. 3 Adjust the volume balance. • Touch [J]/[K] to adjust the front and rear speaker output balance. • Touch [H]/[I] to adjust the left and right speaker output balance. • You can also make adjustments by dragging the cursor. • To clear the adjustment, touch [Center]. ❏Adjusting the volume output according to different sources You can adjust and store the auto-adjustment volume level for each source. The volume level will automatically increase or decrease when you change the source. 1 Display the <Audio> screen. (Page 53) 2 Display the <Volume Offset> screen. 3 Adjust the volume output level for each source. • Scroll the page to show more items. • To initialize the setting value, touch [Initialize]. • If you have increased the volume first, then reduced the volume using the Volume Offset, the sound generated if you suddenly switch to another source may be extremely loud.

ENGLISH 57

SETTINGS ❏Adjusting the sound effect 1 Display the <Audio> screen. (Page 53) <Supreme> Restores the sound lost due to audio compression to a realistic sound. Adjustment for video playback 1 Display the pop-up short-cut menu.

2 Display the <Sound Effect> screen. 3 Adjust each item. • OFF/ON (Initial) <Realizer> Virtually makes the sound more realistic using the Digital Signal Processor (DSP) system. Select the sound level. • OFF (Initial)/1/2/3 DDX9016S DDX9016SM DDX9016DABS DDX916WS DDX916WSM

<Bass Boost> Selects the bass boost level. • OFF (Initial)/1/2/3 <Loudness> Adjusts loudness. (The LOUD indicator lights up when the loudness is adjusted.) • OFF (Initial)/Low/High <Stage EQ> You can move the center of the sound to the lower or higher point. Select the height. • OFF (Initial)/Low/Middle/ High *1 You cannot change the setting when “Radio” is selected as the source. 2 Display the picture adjustment screen. 3 Adjust the picture.

<Drive Equalizer> <Space Enhancer>*1 Reduces the driving noise by raising the bandwidth. • OFF (Initial)/ON Virtually enhances the sound space using the Digital Signal Processor (DSP) system. Select the enhance level. • OFF (Initial)/Small/ Medium/Large

58

SETTINGS <Backlight> Adjusts the brightness of the backlight. (−4 to +4) <Contrast> Adjusts the contrast. (−4 to +4) <Black> Adjusts the blackness. (−4 to +4) <Brightness> Adjusts the brightness. (−4 to +4) <Colour> Adjusts the color. (−4 to +4) <Tint> Adjusts the tint. (−4 to +4) <Aspect> Selects the aspect ratio. • Full: Displays the picture fully. The aspect ratio is changed if necessary. • Normal: Display the picture in the aspect ratio of 4:3. • Auto: Displays the picture by selecting the appropriate aspect ratio automatically. (DISC) Displays the picture fully in the original aspect ratio. (USB) • Adjustable items are different depending on the current source. • The image quality can be set for each source. Backlight and Black are common to all sources. Changing the display design ❏Customizing the panel color 1 Display the source/option selection screen. On the Home screen or the source control screen: 2 Display the <SETUP> screen. 3 Display the <Display> screen. 4 Display the <Panel Colour Coordinate> screen. 5 Select a panel color. * • Selecting [Scan] changes the illumination color gradually. * Store your own color adjustment beforehand. (See below.) Making your own color adjustment 1 Display <Panel Colour Coordinate> screen. (See the left column.) 2 3 Adjust the color. The adjustment is stored in [User].

ENGLISH 59

SETTINGS ❏Customizing the background 1 Display the <Display> screen. (Page 59) 2 Display the <Background> screen. 3 Select a background. ❏Storing your favorite image for the background You can set your favorite image stored on the connected USB device. • Use a JPEG file with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels. • The color of the captured image may look different from that of the actual scene. 1 Connect the USB device on which the image is stored. (Page 72) 2 Display the <Background> screen. (See the left column.) 3 Select [User1 Select] or [User2 Select] to store the image for. 5 Rotate the image if necessary (1), then confirm the selection (2). Touch [Enter] to store the new image. (The existing image is replaced with the new one.)

*2 *1

*1 Store your own scene beforehand. (See the right column.) *2 The color you have selected at [Panel Colour] is added on the image. If you select “Scan” at [Panel Colour], you cannot select this image. 4 Select the folder, then the file for the background image in the selected folder. • Scroll the page to show more items.

60

SETTINGS Customizing the system settings ❏Memorizing/recalling the settings • You can memorize the settings changed in the <Audio> screen and recall the memorized settings any time. • The memorized settings are kept even when the unit is reset. • You cannot perform the operation when [SETUP Memory] is set to [Lock]. Unlock the setting 4 Select an option. ❏Assigning the functions or source/ screen to display for the gesture control (Only for DDX916WS/ DDX916WSM) You can adjust the touch position on the touch panel if the position touched and the operation performed do not match. 1 Display the source/option selection screen. On the Home screen or the source control

beforehand. 1 Display the source/option selection screen. On the Home screen or the source control screen: [Audio SETUP Memory] [Audio SETUP Recall] [Audio SETUP Clear] Memorizes the current audio setting. Recalls the memorized audio setting. Clears the currently memorized settings. screen: 2 Display the <SETUP> screen.

2 Display the <SETUP> screen. 3 Display the <Special> screen. A confirmation message appears. Touch [Yes]. ❏Locking the settings You can lock the settings for <Audio> to prevent them from being changed. 1 Display the <Special> screen. (See the far left column.) 2 Select [Lock] to lock the settings. To unlock the setting: Touch [SETUP Memory] to select [Unlock]. 3 Display the <User Interface> screen. 4 Display the <Gesture SETUP> screen. Continued on the next page...

ENGLISH 61

SETTINGS 5 Touch a hand motion direction. 2 Display the <SETUP> screen. Setting menu items—SETUP

❏Displaying the <SETUP> menu screen 1 Display the source/option selection screen. On the Home screen or the source control

• To initialize the settings, touch [Initialize]. The confirmation message appears. Touch [Yes]. 6 Select an item to assign. 3 Display the <User Interface> screen. 4 Display the <Touch Panel Adjust> screen. screen: 2 Display the <SETUP> screen.

• To close the window, touch [Close]. 7 Repeat steps 5 and 6 to assign items for other hand motion directions. ❏Adjusting the touch position You can adjust the touch position on the touch panel if the position touched and the operation performed do not match. 1 Display the source/option selection screen. On the Home screen or the source control screen: 5 Touch the center of the marks at the lower left and at the upper right as instructed. • To reset the touch position, press [Reset]. • To cancel the current operation, press [Cancel]. • You can also display the <SETUP> screen by selecting [SETUP] on the pop-up short-cut menu. (Page 13)

62

SETTINGS ❏<AV> setting screen [APP/iPod SETUP] • APP Connection select: Select the device and connection method. (Page 51) • iPod Connection: Select the connection method of iPod/iPhone. (Page 21) [TV Tuner Control] • ON: Enables control of TV operation on “AV-IN1”. • OFF (Initial): Select this to use “AV-IN1” with components other than TV Tuner. [AV-OUT] You can determine the use of the external component connected to the VIDEO OUT/ AV-OUT AUDIO terminal. • OFF (Initial)/AV-IN/AV-IN1/AV-IN2/DISC/USB/ iPod [Automotive Mirroring] Select the usage of the iPhone compatible with CarPlay. (Page 25) • ON (Initial): Allows “Apple CarPlay”*, “Android Auto” to be selected on the Home screen. • OFF: Allows “Mirroring” to be selected on the Home screen. [CarPlay Sidebar] Select the position of the control bar (left or right) shown on the touch panel. • Left/Right (Initial) * “Apple CarPlay” is displayed as the source on the Home screen when iPhone compatible with CarPlay is connected. ❏<Display> setting screen [Dimmer] • ON: Activates dimmer. • OFF: Cancels. • SYNC (Initial): Dims the screen and button illumination when you turn on the headlights. – The ILLUMI lead connection is required. (Page 70)* • NAV-SYNC: Activates or deactivates dimmer according to the day/night display setting of the connected navigation unit. [OSD Clock] Select if you want to display the clock while watching DVD video, etc. • ON (Initial)/OFF [Panel Colour] Change the panel color. (Page 59) [Background] Change the background design. (Page 60) * Only for DDX9016S/DDX9016SM. ❏<User Interface> setting screen [Steering Remote Controller] Assign functions to the keys on the remote controller of the steering wheel. (Page 67) [Beep] • ON (Initial): Activates the key-touch tone. • OFF: Cancels. [Gesture Control]*1 • ON: Enables gesture control. (Page 10) • OFF: Cancels. [Gesture Beep]*1 • ON: Activates the beep sounds when operated by hand motion. • OFF: Cancels. [Gesture SETUP]*1 Assign the functions or sources/screens to display for gesture control. (Page 61) [Gesture Sensitivity]*1*2 Adjust the detection range of the Gesture Control from “1” (short) to “12” (long). (Initial: 6) [Language Select] Select the text language used for on-screen information. American English (en)/British English (en)(Initial)/ Nederlands (nl)/Français (fr)/Deutsch (de)/ Italiano (it)/Español (es)/(ar) /Ελληνικά (el)/ Português (pt)/Čeština (cs)/Polski (pl)/ Magyar (hu)/Руccĸий (ru)/ (th)/ Türkçe (tr)/ (zh)/(he) /(fa) / Bahasa Melayu (ms)/Bahasa Indonesia (id) [Touch Panel Adjust] Adjust the touch positions of the buttons on the screen. (Page 62) [Clock] Select the method to set the clock. (Page 6) [Time Zone]*3 Select the time zone to synchronize the clock with the GPS. (Page 6) [Clock Adjust]*4 Adjust the clock manually. (Page 6) [Travel Prayer for Safe Drive]*1 When this function is set, the prayer for driving safety is displayed when the unit is turned on, then Quran is played. Turns the Safe drive pray function on or off. [Sound Volume]*1 If you have selected [ON] for Travel Prayer for Safe Drive, sets the sound volume of Quran. *1 Only for DDX916WS/DDX916WSM. *2 Available when [Gesture Control] is set to [OFF]. *3 Available when [Clock] is set to [GPS-SYNC] or [Manual]. *4 Available when [Clock] is set to [Manual].

ENGLISH 63

SETTINGS ❏<Camera> setting screen [R-CAM Interruption] • ON: Displays the picture from the rear view camera when you shift the gear to the reverse (R) position. • OFF (Initial): Select this when no camera is connected. [Parking Guidelines] • ON (Initial): Displays the parking guidelines to enable easier parking when you shift the gear to the reverse (R) position. • OFF: Hides the parking guidelines. [Guidelines Setup] Adjust the parking guidelines. (Page 36) [Front Camera] • ON: Activates the front view camera. Select this to use the front view camera. • OFF (Initial): Select this when no camera is connected. [Front Camera Mirror Image] • ON: Displays the picture from the front view camera horizontally reversed. • OFF (Initial): Displays the picture from the front view camera as it is. ❏<Special> setting screen [DEMO] • ON (Initial): Activates the demonstration on the screen. • OFF: Cancels. [SETUP Memory] Locks or unlocks the Audio SETUP Memory/Recall/ Clear. (Page 61) [Audio SETUP Memory] Memorizes the current audio setting. (Page 61) [Audio SETUP Recall] Recalls the memorized audio setting. (Page 61) [Audio SETUP Clear] Clears the AUDIO SETUP Memory and the currently memorized audio setting. (Page 61) [Software Information] Display the version information of the software. You can update the software. [Open Source Licenses] Show the Open Source Licenses. [Initialize] Touch [Initialize] and then touch [Yes] to set all the settings to the initial default settings. * Audio SETUP Memory is not initialized. ❏<Bluetooth> setting screen [Bluetooth] • ON (Initial): Activates the Bluetooth function of the unit. • OFF: Cancels. [Select Device] Connect or disconnect the paired device. (Page 42) [Device Name] Display/change the device name to be shown on the Bluetooth device. (Page 43) [PIN Code] Change the PIN code of the unit. (Page 43) [Device Address] Display the device address of the unit. [TEL SETUP] Configure the setting for using a Bluetooth mobile phone. (Page 49) ❏<Security> setting screen [SI]* • ON (Initial): Activates the security function. • OFF: Cancels. [Security Code Set] Register the security code for the unit. (Page 4) [Security Code Cancellation] Clear the security code. (Page 4) [Security Code Change] Change the security code. (Page 4) * Only for DDX9016S/DDX9016SM/DDX9016DABS. ❏<Navigation> setting screen [NAV Voice Volume] Adjust the volume of the navigation guidance. (Page 39)

64

REMOTE CONTROLLER Overview This unit can be operated using the Remote Controller (RC-DV340) supplied with this unit. ◊ Caution: • 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 leave the battery near fire or under direct sunlight. A fire, explosion or excessive heat generation may result. ❏Battery installation Use two “AAA”/”R03”-size batteries. Insert the batteries with the + and – poles aligned properly, following the illustration inside the case. Operations from the remote controller ❏Common operations (AUD mode) SRC • Selects the source. • Hangs up the incoming/current call. J/K VOL Adjusts the volume level. ATT Attenuates/restores the sound. DISP/V.SEL Switches to the navigation screen. ENTER Enters options. Answers incoming calls.

• Do not recharge, short, break up or heat the battery, or place it in an open fire. Such actions may cause the battery to leak fluid. If spilled fluid comes in contact with your eyes or clothing, immediately rinse with water and consult a physician. • Place the battery out of reach of children. In the unlikely event that a child swallows the battery, immediately consult a physician. • If the Remote Controller operates only over shorter distances or does not operate at all, it is possible that the batteries are depleted. In such instances, replace both batteries with new ones. ❏Remote Controller mode switch The functions operated from the remote controller differ depending on the position of the mode switch. AUD• DVD• T V• AUD mode: Switch to this mode when controlling a selected source or radio source, etc. DVD mode: Switch to this mode when playing DVDs or CDs etc. with the player integrated in this unit. TV mode: Not used. • The position of the remote control mode switch is indicated in the title of each mode, e.g., “AUD mode”. • When controlling a player that is not integrated in the unit, select “AUD” mode. FNC/PBC/ MENU MODE/ TOP MENU OPEN Displays the control screen of current source. (USB, iPod, DISC) Changes the aspect ratio. • The aspect ratio changes each time you press this key. Adjusts the panel angle. • The panel angle changes each time you press this key.

ENGLISH 65

REMOTE CONTROLLER ❏DVD/VCD (DVD mode) J/K/H/I Moves the cursor when displaying a menu. S/T Selects a track. I/W Starts/pauses playback. o Stops and memorizes the point ❏Music Disc/Audio file/Video file (AUD mode) AM –/FM + Selects a folder. S/T Selects a track/file. I/W Starts/pauses playback. Music Disc: Specifies the ❏Digital Radio (DAB) (AUD mode) (Only for DDX9016DABS) S/T Searches for services. I/W Changes the seek mode (AUTO1, AUTO2, MANU). 1 – 9 Specifies preset number.

where the disc stops. • Specifies the number to 0 – 9 number to search for in direct search. ❏iPod (AUD mode)

0 – 9 search for in direct search. • : Fast forwards/ backwards. – Fast forward/backward speed changes each time you press this key. • : Slow forwards/ backwards during pause. DIRECT Music Disc: Enters direct search mode. (See the right column.) ❏Radio (AUD mode) AM –/FM + Selects the band. S/T Searches for stations. S/T Selects music. I/W Starts/pauses playback. ❏USB (AUD mode) AM –/FM + Selects a folder. S/T Selects a file.

MODE/TOP MENU Shows the disc top menu. FNC/PBC/MENU Shows the disc menu. SUBTITLE Changes the subtitle language. I/W Changes the seek mode (AUTO1, AUTO2, MANU). Specifies the frequency of the I/W Starts/pauses playback. Searching for an item (chapter/title/track)

ZOOM Changes the zoom ratio. • The zoom ratio changes each 0 – 9 station to receive to search for in direct search. directly 1 Press DIRECT to enter the search mode.

ANGLE AUDIO time you press this key. Changes the picture angle. • The picture angle changes each time you press this key. Changes the voice language. • The voice language changes each time you press this key. DIRECT Enters direct search mode. (See the right column.) Each time you press DIRECT, the item to search for changes. 2 Press a number button to select a desired item. 3 Press ENTER to confirm the selection. Searching for a tuner frequency directly 1 Press DIRECT to enter the search mode. 2 Press number buttons to enter a frequency.

DIRECT Enters direct search mode. (See the far right column.) CLEAR Deletes a character while in direct search mode. 3 Press S/T to confirm the entry.

66

REMOTE CONTROLLER Using the steering remote controller You can assign functions to the keys of the remote controller on the steering wheel. • This function is available only when your vehicle is equipped with the electrical steering remote controller. • You can only register/change the functions while you are parked. • If your steering remote controller is not compatible, learning may not be completed and an error message may appear. ❏Registering/changing the functions 1 Display the source/option selection screen. On the Home screen or the source control screen: 2 Display the <SETUP> screen. 3 Display the <User Interface> screen. • Scroll the page to show more items. 4 Display the <Steering Remote Controller Setting> screen. 5 When the unit is ready for learning, press and hold a steering remote controller button for about 2 seconds to register/ change. • Refer to the message displayed to confirm whether the unit ready before proceeding. 6 Select a function to assign. • Scroll the page to show more items. • To close the window, touch [Close]. 7 Repeat steps 5 and 6 as necessary. 8 Finish the procedure. • The unit can register/change all of the buttons’ functions at the same time. To do this, press each button in turn and after pressing all of them, touch [Done] on the <Steering Remote Controller Setting> screen. However, new functions cannot be learned after this operation. • When changing the functions already learned, touch the button you want to change in step 5 and then touch to select the new function from the function list. • Confirm the contents of the settable functions in the function list. You cannot edit the function list. ❏Initializing the settings 1 Display the <Steering Remote Controller Setting> screen. (See the far left column.) 2 A confirmation message appears. Touch [Yes].

ENGLISH 67 CONNECTION/INSTALLATION

Before installing the unit ◊ WARNING • 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. Always connect those wires to the power source running through the fuse box. • Do not cut out the fuse from the ignition wire (red) and the battery wire (yellow). The power supply must be connected to the wires via the fuse. ◊ Precautions on installation and connection • Mounting and wiring this product requires skills and experience. For best safety, leave the mounting and wiring work to professionals. • Make sure to ground the unit to a negative 12 V DC power supply. • Do not install the unit in a location exposed to direct sunlight or excessive heat or humidity. Also avoid places with too much dust or the possibility of water splashing. • Do not use your own screws. Use only the screws provided. If you use the wrong screws, you could damage the unit. • If the power is not turned on (“There is an error in the speaker wiring. Please check the connections.” is displayed), the speaker wire may have a short circuit or have touched the chassis of the vehicle and the protection function may have been activated. Therefore, the speaker wire should be checked. • If your car’s ignition does not have an ACC position, connect the ignition wires to a power source that can be turned on and off with the ignition key. If you connect the ignition wire to a power source with a constant voltage supply, such as with battery wires, the battery may be drained. • If the console has a lid, make sure to install the unit so that the monitor panel will not hit the lid when closing and opening. • If the fuse blows, first make sure the wires are not touching to cause a short circuit, then replace the old fuse with one with the same rating. • Insulate unconnected wires with vinyl tape or other similar material. To prevent a short circuit, do not remove the caps on the ends of the unconnected wires or the terminals. • Connect the speaker wires correctly to the terminals to which they correspond. The unit may be damaged or fail to work if you share the “ wires or ground them to any metal part in the car. • When only two speakers are being connected to the system, connect both connectors either to the front output terminals or to the rear output terminals (do not mix front and rear). For example, if you connect the ‘ connector of the left speaker to a front output terminal, do not connect the “ connector to a rear output terminal. • After the unit is installed, check whether the brake lamps, blinkers, wipers, etc. on the car are working properly. • Mount the unit so that the mounting angle is 30° or less. • Do not press hard on the panel surface when installing the unit in the vehicle. Otherwise scratches, damage, or failure may result. • This unit has a cooling fan to decrease the internal temperature. Do not mount the unit in a place where the cooling fan of the unit is blocked. Blocking these openings will prevent the cooling of the internal temperature and result in malfunction. Cooling fan ◊ CAUTION Install this unit in the console of your vehicle. Do not touch the metal parts of this unit during and shortly after the use of the unit. Metal parts such as the heat sink and enclosure become hot.

68

CONNECTION/INSTALLATION ❏Supplied accessories for installation 1 Wiring harness × 1 2 Trim plate × 1* 3 Flat head screws (M5 × 7 mm) × 6 4 Round head screws (M5 × 6 mm) × 6 5 USB extension cable (1.0 m) × 1 6 GPS antenna (3.5 m) × 1 7 Metal plate × 1 8 Steering Remote cable × 1 9 Microphone (3 m) × 1 0 Film antenna x 1 * - Amplifier unit (cable with booster, 3.5 m) x 1 * = Cable clampers x 3 * ~ Cleaner x 1 * * Only for DDX9016DABS. ❏Installation procedure 1 To prevent a short circuit, remove the key from the ignition and disconnect the “ battery. 2 Make the proper input and output wire connections for each unit. 3 Connect the speaker wires of the wiring harness. 4 Connect the wiring harness wires in the following order: ground, battery, ignition. 5 Connect the wiring harness connector to the unit. 6 Install the unit in your car. • Make sure that the unit is installed securely in place. If the unit is unstable, it may malfunction (e.g., the sound may skip). 7 Reconnect the “ battery. 8 Configure <Initial SETUP>. (Page 4) Installing the unit ❏Installing the unit using the mounting bracket removed from the car Car Bracket 3 or 4 3 or 4 • Select the appropriate type of screw for the mounting bracket: flat head (3) or round head (4). ❏Installing the trim plate (Only for DDX9016DABS) Attach the trim plate (2). 2

ENGLISH 69 CONNECTION/INSTALLATION Connection ❏Connecting wires to terminals (for DDX9016S/DDX9016SM/DDX9016DABS) * Only for DDX9016DABS.

Page 74 VIDEO OUT REAR VIEW CAMERA FRONT VIEW CAMERA Pages 72 – 74 Page 74 Page 74* Connect GPS antenna (6). (Page 75) Page 75 Page 74 AV-IN Connect the USB extension cable (5). (Page 72) Connect a navigation box. (Page 74) Connect to the vehicle’s steering remote harness using the Steering remote cable (8). (Page 74)

Connect the antenna cord to the antenna terminal. • Contact your Kenwood dealer for details.

To front speaker (left) To front speaker (right) To rear speaker (left) To rear speaker (right) 1 White White with black stripe Gray Gray with black stripe Green Green with black stripe Purple Purple with black stripe 15 A fuse Light blue with yellow stripe (Steering remote control wire) Blue (Antenna control wire) Blue with white stripe (Power control wire) Orange with white stripe (Dimmer control wire) REMOTE CONT STEERING WHEEL REMOTE INPUT ANT CONT P.CONT ILLUMI To use the steering wheel remote control feature, an exclusive remote adapter (not supplied) matching your car is required. Depending on what antenna you are using, connect either to the control terminal of the motor antenna, or to the power terminal for the booster amplifier of the film type antenna. (Max. 300 mA, 12 V) When using the optional power amplifier, connect to its power control terminal. To car light control switch Connect to the vehicle’s reverse lamp harness when

Fuse box Ignition key switch (ACC) (BATT) To car chassis Red (Ignition wire) Yellow (Battery wire) Purple with white stripe (Reverse sensor wire) Light green (Parking sensor wire) REVERSE PRK SW using the optional rear view camera. Connect to the vehicle’s parking brake detection switch harness. • For best safety, be sure to connect the parking sensor.

(GND) Battery 70 Black (Ground wire) If no connections are made, do not let the cable come out from the tab.

CONNECTION/INSTALLATION ❏Connecting wires to terminals for Toyota Cars (for DDX916WS/DDX916WSM) If no connections are made, do not let the cable come out from the tab.

Page 74 VIDEO OUT REAR VIEW CAMERA FRONT VIEW CAMERA Pages 72 – 74 Connect GPS antenna (6). (Page 75) Page 75 Page 74 AV-IN Connect the USB extension cable (5). (Page 72) Connect a navigation box. (Page 74)

Page 74 Connector D D22 Connect to the vehicle’s steering remote harness. • Depending on the type

D21 Steering D23 of vehicle, it cannot be

Connect the antenna cord to the antenna Remote 8 connected. terminal. 1 Light green (Parking sensor wire) Purple with white stripe (Reverse sensor wire) Blue with white stripe (Power control wire) Connector B REVERSE P.CONT 15 A fuse PRK SW Connect to the vehicle’s reverse lamp harness when using the optional rear view camera. When using the optional power amplifier, connect to its power control terminal. Connect to the vehicle’s parking brake detection switch harness. • For best safety, be sure to connect the parking sensor. Pin Color and functions of Connector A, B, C and D A1 Orange/White Dimmer A2 Yellow Battery A3 Blue Antenna control A4 Red Ignition (ACC) A5 Blue Antenna control

Connector A Connect to the vehicle’s harness. Connect to the vehicle’s harness. A6 Black Ground connection A8/A7 White ‘ / White/Black “ Left speaker (front) A10/A9 Gray ‘ / Gray/Black “ Right speaker (front) B2/B1 Green ‘ / Green/Black “ Left speaker (rear) B6/B5 Purple ‘ / Purple/Black “ Right speaker (rear) D21 Light green/Red Input 1 D22 Purple/Red Input 2 D23 Gray/Red Ground

ENGLISH 71

CONNECTION/INSTALLATION ❏Connecting the USB extension cable Connect the USB extension cable (5) to connect a USB device/iPod/iPhone/smartphone. USB device 1.0 m iPod/iPhone/smartphone 5 ❏Connecting an iPod/iPhone for “iPod”/”Mirroring” • Connect the USB extension cable (5) beforehand. (See the left column.) iPod/iPhone (30-pin connector models) (commercially available) iPod/iPhone (Lightning connector models) (commercially available) Lightning-Digital AV adapter (accessory of the iPod/iPhone) KCA-iP103 (optional

❏Connecting a USB device • Connect the USB extension cable (5) beforehand. (See above.) • You can connect two USB devices to the and iPod/iPhone terminals. USB device* (commercially available) 1.0 m KCA-iP102 (optional accessory) (0.8 m) 1.0 m KCA-HD100 (optional accessory) (1.8 m) KCA-iP103 (optional accessory) (0.8 m) HDMI cable accessory) (0.8 m) 1.0 m 5

5 5 * Use CA-U1EX to extend the cable if necessary. (Max 500 mA, 5V) When connecting to the HDMI connector, detach the screws and bracket from the unit, connect the HDMI cable, then attach the bracket using the screws detached from the unit to fix the cable. Bracket

72

CONNECTION/INSTALLATION ❏Connecting an iPhone for “Apple CarPlay” • Connect the USB extension cable (5) beforehand. (Page 72) ❏Connecting a smartphone for “Mirroring”/”HDMI/MHL” • Connect the USB extension cable (5) beforehand. (Page 72) ❏Connecting an Android device for “Android Auto” • Connect the USB extension cable (5) beforehand. (Page 72)

iPhone compatible with CarPlay (commercially available) Android, etc. (with MHL) (commercially available) Android, etc. (with HDMI) (commercially available) Android device compatible with Android Auto (commercially available)

Micro HDMI (Type D) Micro USB Micro USB

KCA-iP103 (optional accessory) (0.8 m) KCA-MH100 (optional accessory) (1.8 m)* Micro HDMI to HDMI adapter (commercially available) Micro USB to USB cable (commercially available) Micro USB to USB cable (commercially available)

1.0 m 5 HDMI/MHL cable KCA-HD100 (optional accessory) (1.8 m) 1.0 m 5 1.0 m 5

When connecting to the HDMI/MHL connector, detach the screws and bracket from the unit, connect the HDMI/MHL cable, then attach the bracket using the screws detached from the unit to fix the cable. Bracket * Use a conversion adapter to connect to smartphones if necessary. ENGLISH 73

CONNECTION/INSTALLATION ❏Connecting the Wireless Display Adapter to use smartphone/iPod/ iPhone over a wireless connection Wireless Display Adapter: KCA-WL100 (optional accessory) ❏Connecting external components VIDEO OUT REAR VIEW CAMERA FRONT VIEW CAMERA AV-IN 1 HDMI/MHL input 2 Video output (Yellow) 3 Rear view camera input (Yellow) 4 Front view camera input (Yellow) 5 TV tuner remote control output 6 Audio Video input (AV-IN1) 7 Audio Video input (AV-IN2) 8 Digital Radio antenna input*1 9 AV-OUT/Audio output (ø3.5 mini jack) Resistance-free stereo type mini plug p Front preout*2 • Audio left output (White) • Audio right output (Red) q Subwoofer preout (monaural output)*2 • Subwoofer left output (White) • Subwoofer right output (Red) w Rear preout*2 • Audio left output (White) • Audio right output (Red) e Steering wheel remote controller input • Connect to the vehicle’s steering remote harness using the Steering Remote cable (8). Contact your Kenwood dealer for details. r NAV I/F input *1 Only for DDX9016DABS. *2 When connecting an external amplifier, connect its ground wire to the chassis of the car; otherwise the unit may be damaged. Connecting external amplifiers for 3 way speakers system (only for DDX9016S Region 3/ DDX916WS Region 3) Tweeter preout Mid range preout Woofer preout Speaker RCA cable (not supplied) * * When connecting to an external amplifier, connect its ground wire to the car’s chassis.

74

CONNECTION/INSTALLATION ❏Connecting microphone for Bluetooth Connect the microphone (9) to the MIC terminal. • To install the microphone, peel off the adhesive tape, fix it on the installation position, then adjust the direction of the microphone to face the driver. After installing, fix the microphone cable to the car with clamps (commercially available). – Clean the installation surface beforehand. 9 ❏Connecting the GPS antenna Connect the GPS antenna (6) to the GPS terminal. • To install the GPS antenna, fix the metal plate (7) firmly on the dashboard, then place the GPS antenna (6) on the metal plate (7). – Clean the dashboard or other surface beforehand. – Install the GPS antenna (6) inside of the car, as horizontally as possible to allow easy reception of the GPS satellite signals. – You can bend the metal plate (7) to conform to a curved surface, if necessary. 6 7 6 • Depending on the type of car, reception of the GPS satellite signals might not be possible with an internal installation. • Install this GPS antenna in an area away from any antennas that are used with CB radios or satellite televisions. • The GPS antenna should be installed at a position at least 30 cm from mobile phone or other transmitting antennas. • The above types of communication may interfere with signals from the GPS satellite. • Painting the GPS antenna with (metallic) paint may cause reduced performance.

ENGLISH 75

CONNECTION/INSTALLATION Installing the Digital Radio antenna (only for DDX9016DABS) ◊ Caution • This film antenna (0) is exclusively for use inside the vehicle. • Do not install in the following locations: – Where it may block the driver’s view – Where it may obstruct the operation of safety devices such as air bags – On movable glass surfaces such as rear hatches – On the side of the vehicle (e.g. doors, front-side windows) – On rear windows • Signal strength will decrease in the following locations: – On IR reflecting glass or where covered with mirror type glass film – Where it overlaps with the standard radio antenna (pattern) – Where it overlaps with window heating wires – Where glass that blocks radio signals (e.g. IR reflecting glass, thermal insulation glass) is used • Poor reception may occur: – Due to noise when the windshield wipers, air conditioner, or motor is turned on – Depending on the location of the broadcast station in relation to the vehicle (antenna) • Thoroughly wipe oil and dirt from the surface where the antenna will be attached with the included cleaner (~). • Do not bend or damage the film antenna (0). • It may not be possible to install the antenna in some types of vehicle. • Check the cable routing of the film antenna (0) and amplifier unit (-) before attaching. ❏Installation overview The antenna should be installed on the passenger side for safety. ❏Determining the antenna installation location • The direction of the film antenna (0) changes depending on whether it is installed on the right side or left side. • Be sure to check the installation location of the film antenna (0) before installing. The film antenna cannot be reattached. • Install the antenna at least 100 mm away from other antennas. • Do not attach the amplifier unit (-) to the ceramic line (black part) around the windscreen, as it will not stick sufficiently. Installing the antenna on the left side Ceramic line (black part) 150 mm 30 mm Earth sheet* Installing the antenna on the right side Ceramic line (black part) 150 mm Earth sheet* 30 mm * Attach the earth sheet of the amplifier unit (-) to the metal part of the front pillar.

76

CONNECTION/INSTALLATION ❏Installing the Digital Radio antenna ◊ Caution When installing the antenna cable inside a front pillar that contains an air bag • The front pillar cover is secured with a special clip which may need to be replaced when it is removed. Contact your vehicle dealer for details on removing the front pillar cover and availability of replacement parts. Clip Front pillar cover • Install the amplifier unit (-) above the air bag so that it does not obstruct the operation of the air bag. Air bag 1 Remove the front pillar cover of your car. Front pillar cover 2 Clean the windscreen with the supplied cleaner (~). – Wait until the glass surface is completely dry before attaching. – If the glass surface is cold, e.g. in winter, warm it with the defroster or a hair dryer. 3 Remove the first sheet (tag 1) on the film antenna (0) horizontally and attach the antenna to the windscreen. Sheet (tag 1) Do not touch the adhesive side of the film antenna (0). 4 Rub the film antenna (0) gently in the direction of the arrow shown below to firmly stick it to the windscreen. 5 Remove the second sheet (tag 2) on the film antenna (0) vertically. Sheet (tag 2) Continued on the next page...

ENGLISH 77

CONNECTION/INSTALLATION 6 Match the protrusions of the amplifier unit (-) with the H markings on the film antenna (0) and attach the amplifier. Do not touch the lead terminal or the adhesive side of the amplifier unit (-). When installing the antenna on the right side 7 Remove the film covering the earth sheet and attach the earth sheet to the metal part of the vehicle. Provide sufficient space for the earth sheet so that it does not obstruct the interior parts (front pillar cover). Also take care that the interior parts do not obstruct the amplifier unit (-).

Earth sheet Match the protrusion with the H mark Windscreen Front pillar cover Earth sheet

Lead terminal of the film antenna (0) Lead contact of the amplifier unit (metal part) When installing the antenna on the left side Earth sheet 8 Wire the antenna cable. Use cable clampers (=) to secure the antenna cable to the pillar in several places. 9 Reattach the front pillar cover. Be sure not to damage the earth sheet and amplifier unit (-) when reattaching. 10 Connect the amplifier unit (-) to the DAB input terminal on the rear of the unit. 11 Set <Antenna Power> to [ON]. (Page 35)

78

REFERENCES Maintenance ❏Caution on cleaning the unit Do not use any solvent (for example, thinner, benzine, etc.), detergent, or insecticide. This may damage the monitor or the unit. Recommended cleaning method: Gently wipe the panel with a soft, dry cloth. ❏Moisture condensation Moisture may condense on the lens inside the unit in the following cases: • After starting the heater in the car. • If it becomes very humid inside the car. Should this occur, the unit may malfunction. In this case, eject the disc and leave the unit turned on for a few hours until the moisture evaporates. ❏How to handle discs • When removing a disc from its case, press down the center holder of the case and lift the disc out, holding it by the edges. – Always hold the disc by the edges. Do not touch its recording surface. • When storing a disc in its case, gently insert the disc around the center holder (with the printed surface facing up). – Make sure to store discs in their cases after use. ❏To keep discs clean Dirty discs may not play correctly. If a disc does become dirty, wipe it with a soft cloth in a straight line from the center to the edge. • Do not use any solvents (for example, conventional record cleaner, spray, thinner, benzine, etc.) to clean discs. ❏To play new discs New discs may have some rough spots around the inner and outer edges. If such a disc is used, this unit may reject the disc. • To remove these rough spots, rub the edges with a pencil or ball-point pen, etc. More information ❏File playback Playing MPEG1/MPEG2 files • This unit can play back MPEG1/MPEG2 files with the extension code <.mpg> or <.mpeg>. • The stream format should conform to MPEG system/program stream. The file format should be MP@ML (Main Profile at Main Level)/SP@ML (Simple Profile at Main Level)/ MP@LL (Main Profile at Low Level). • Audio streams should conform to MPEG1 Audio Layer-2 or Dolby Digital. Playing MPEG4/H.264/WMV/MKV files • This unit can play back files with the extension code <.mp4>, <.m4v>, <.avi>, <.wmv> or <.mkv>. • This unit can only play back files which are less than 2 GB. • The stream format should conform to MPEG system/program stream.

ENGLISH 79

REFERENCES Playing MP3/WMA/WAV/AAC-LC/FLAC/Vorbis files • This unit can play back files with the extension code <.mp3>, <.wma>, <.wav>, <.m4a>, <.flac> or <.ogg> (regardless of the letter case—upper/ • This unit can show ID3 Tag Version 1.0/1.1/2.2/2.3/2.4 (for MP3). • This unit can also show WMA/AAC/FLAC/Vorbis Comment Tag. • This unit can play back files recorded in VBR ❏Disc playback Playable disc types Disc type Recording format, file type, etc.

lower). • This unit can play back files that meet the conditions below: – Bit rate: MP3: 8 kbps – 320 kbps WMA: 48 kbps – 192 kbps AAC: For discs: 16 kbps – 320 kbps For USB: 32 kbps – 320 kbps – Sampling frequency: MP3: 8 kHz – 48 kHz WMA: For discs: 32 kHz – 48 kHz (variable bit rate). • Files recorded in VBR have a discrepancy in elapsed time indication. • This unit cannot play back the following files: – MP3 files encoded with MP3i and MP3 PRO format. – MP3 files encoded with Layer 1/2. – WMA files encoded with lossless, professional, and voice format. – WMA files which are not based upon Windows Media® Audio. DVD • DTS sound cannot be reproduced or emitted from this unit. DVD Recordable/ Rewritable (DVD-R/-RW*2, +R/+RW*3) • DVD Video: UDF bridge • Audio/video files: ISO 9660 level 1, level 2, Romeo, Joliet DVD Video*1 • DVD Video • MPEG1/MPEG2/ MPEG4/H.264/ WMV/MKV • MP3/WMA/AAC/ FLAC/Vorbis

For USB: 8 kHz – 48 kHz WAV: 32 kHz/44.1 kHz/48 kHz AAC: 16 kHz – 48 kHz FLAC/Vorbis: 8 kHz – 48 kHz – WMA/AAC files copy-protected with DRM. – AAC files encoded using any other application than iTunes. – AAC files copy-protected with FairPlay (except Dual Disc DVD side CD/VCD • VCD (Video CD) • Audio CD

those stored on an iPod). – Files which have data such as AIFF, ATRAC3, etc. • This unit can display jacket pictures that meet the conditions below: – Picture size: 32 x 32 to 1 232 x 672 (PNG: 800 x CD Recordable/Rewritable (CD-R/-RW) • ISO 9660 level 1, level 2, Romeo, Joliet *1 DVD Region code: • VCD (Video CD) • CD-DA • MP3/WMA/AAC/ FLAC/Vorbis

480) resolution – Data size: less than 650 KB – File type: JPEG For DDX9016S/DDX916WS: 3/4/5 (depending on the country and sales area) For DDX9016SM/DDX916WSM: 2 For DDX9016DABS: 4 If you insert a DVD Video disc of an incorrect Region Code, “Region Code Error” appears on the screen. *2 DVD-R recorded in multi-border format are also playable (except for dual layer discs). DVD-RW dual layer discs are not playable. *3 It is possible to play back finalized +R/+RW (Video format only) discs. “DVD” is selected as the disc type when a +R/+RW disc is loaded. +RW double layer discs are not playable.

80


FREE ENGLISH PDF

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

USER GUIDE - USER MANUAL

OWNER GUIDE - OWNER MANUAL

REFERENCE GUIDE - REFERENCE MANUAL

INSTRUCTION GUIDE - INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Leave a Reply