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PDF Content Summary: MONITOR WITH DVD RECEIVER DDX9018S DDX9018SM DDX9018DABS DDX918WS DDX918WSM INSTRUCTION MANUAL • Updated information (the latest Instruction Manual, system updates, new functions, etc.) is available from < kenwood.com/cs/ce/>. B5A-2486-00 (M/M2/X/A9) © 2018 JVC KENWOOD Corporation

2 Contents Before Use 4 Precautions ...................................................................4 How to read this manual ......................................... 5 Basic Operations 6 Functions of the Buttons on the Front Panel ... 6 Turning on the Unit ................................................... 8 Initial Settings .............................................................. 8 Adjusting the volume .............................................10 Monitor Angle Control ...........................................10 Touch screen operations .......................................11 Gesture Control .........................................................11 HOME screen descriptions ....................................11 Popup menu ..............................................................12 Source selection screen description ..................12 Source control screen descriptions ...................14 List screen ...................................................................15 Widget 16 Widget ..........................................................................16 Photo Frame Widget ...............................................16 Widget Setup .............................................................17 Disc 18 Playing a disc .............................................................18 DVD/ VCD Basic Operation ....................................18 Music CD/ Disc media Basic Operation ............20 File search Operation ..............................................21 DVD Disc Menu Operation ....................................22 DVD Setup ...................................................................23 APPS—Android AutoTM/ Apple CarPlay 24 Air Mirroring Operation .........................................24 Apple CarPlay Operation .......................................25 Android AutoTM Operation .....................................26 Spotify Operation .....................................................27 USB 29 Connecting a USB device ......................................29 USB Basic Operation ................................................29 Search Operation ......................................................31 iPod/iPhone 32 Preparation .................................................................32 iPod/iPhone Basic Operation ...............................33 Search Operation ......................................................34 Radio 35 Radio Basic Operation ............................................35 Memory Operation ..................................................36 Selecting Operation ................................................36 Traffic Information ...................................................37 Radio Setup ................................................................37 Digital Radio 38 Digital Radio Basic Operation ..............................38 Storing Service in Preset Memory ......................39 Selecting Operation ................................................39 Traffic Information ...................................................40 Replay ...........................................................................40 Digital Radio Setup ..................................................41 Bluetooth Control 42 Information for using Bluetooth® devices .......42 Register the Bluetooth device .............................43 Bluetooth Setup ........................................................43 Playing the Bluetooth Audio Device .................45 Using the Hands-Free Unit ....................................47 Hands-Free Setup .....................................................52 Other External Components 53 View Camera ..............................................................53 Use Dashboard Camera..........................................55 External audio/video players (AV-IN).................55 HDMI source ...............................................................55 TV tuner .......................................................................56 Using the external navigation unit ....................56 Setup 57 Monitor Screen Setup .............................................57 System Setup .............................................................57 User Interface Setup ................................................58 Special Setup .............................................................60 Display Setup .............................................................60 AV Setup ......................................................................62 Controlling Audio 63 3 way speaker system setup .................................63 Speaker/ X’over setup .............................................64 Controlling General Audio ....................................66 Equalizer Control ......................................................66 Volume Offset ............................................................67 Zone Control ..............................................................68 Sound Effect ...............................................................69 Listening Position/ DTA ..........................................69 Audio Setup memory .............................................71 Remote control 72 Battery Installation ...................................................72 Functions of the Remote control Buttons .......72 Connection/Installation 74 Before Installation ....................................................74 Installing the unit .....................................................76 Troubleshooting 85 Problems and Solutions .........................................85 Error Messages ..........................................................85 Appendix 87 Playable Media and Files........................................87 Region Codes in the World ...................................89 DVD Language Codes .............................................90 Specifications .............................................................91 About this Unit ..........................................................94 3 English Before Use 4 Before Use Precautions # WARNINGS Ñ To prevent injury or fire, take the following precautions: • To prevent a short circuit, never put or leave any metallic objects (such as coins or metallic tools) inside the unit. • Do not watch or fix your eyes on the unit’s display when you are driving for any extended period. • If you experience problems during installation, consult your KENWOOD dealer. Ñ Precautions on using this unit • When you purchase optional accessories, check with your KENWOOD dealer to make sure that they work with your model and in your area. • You can select a language to display menus, audio file tags, etc. See User Interface Setup (P.58). • The Radio Data System or Radio Broadcast Data System feature won’t work in areas where the service is not supported by any broadcasting station. Ñ Protecting the monitor • To protect the monitor from damage, do not operate the monitor using a ball point pen or similar tool with a sharp tip. Ñ Cleaning the unit • If the faceplate of this unit is stained, wipe it with a dry soft cloth such as a silicon cloth. If the faceplate is stained badly, wipe it with a cloth moistened with neutral cleaner, then wipe it again with a clean soft dry cloth. NOTE • Applying spray cleaner directly to the unit may damage its mechanical parts. Wiping the faceplate with a hard cloth or using a volatile liquid such as thinner or alcohol may scratch the surface or erase the screened print. Ñ Lens fogging When you turn on the car heater in cold weather, dew may form on the lens in the disc player of the unit due to condensation. This condensation on the lens (also called lens fogging) may not allow discs to play. In such a situation, remove the disc and wait for the dew to evaporate. If the unit still does not operate normally after a while, consult your KENWOOD dealer. Ñ Precautions on handling discs • Do not touch the recording surface of the disc. • Do not stick tape etc. on the disc, or use a disc with tape stuck on it. • Do not use disc type accessories. • Clean the disc from the center toward the outside rim. • When removing a disc from this unit, pull it out horizontally. • If the disc center hole or outside rim has burrs, use the disc only after removing the burrs with a ballpoint pen etc.

• Discs that are not round cannot be used. • 8-cm (3 inch) discs cannot be used. • Discs with coloring on the recording surface or discs that are dirty cannot be used.

• This unit can only play the following tyeps of CDs. • This unit may not correctly play discs which do not have the mark. • You cannot play a disc that has not been finalized. (For the finalization process, see your writing software and your recorder's instruction manual.) Ñ Acquiring GPS signal The first time you turn on this unit, you must wait while the system acquires satellite signals for the first time. This process could take up to several minutes. Make sure your vehicle is outdoors in an open area away from tall buildings and trees for fastest acquisition. After the system acquires satellites for the first time, it will acquire satellites quickly each time thereafter. Before Use How to read this manual • The screens and panels shown in this manual are examples used to provide a clear explanation of operations. For this reason, they may be different from the actual screens or panels, or some display patterns may be different from the actual ones. • Display language: English is used for the purpose of explanation. You can select a display language from the [SETUP] menu. See User Interface Setup (P.58). English 5

Basic Operations 6 Basic Operations Functions of the Buttons on the Front Panel DDX9018S/ DDX9018SM/ DDX9018DABS 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 NOTE • The panels shown in this guide are examples used to provide a clear explanation of operations. For this reason, they may be different from the actual panels. • In this manual, each model name is abbreviated as follows. – DDX9018S/ DDX9018SM/ DDX9018DABS: If above icon is showed, read the article applicable to the unit you use. Number Name Motion 1 Remote Sensor • Receives the remote control signal. 2 S, R (Volume) • Adjusts the volume. The volume will go up to 15 when you keep pressing R. 3 CAM • Switches view camera display on/off. (P.53) – The camera whose view is displayed first changes according to the "Camera Setup" setting and the shift lever position in the shift gate. 4 HOME • Displays the HOME screen (P.11). • Pressing for 1 second turns the power off. • When the power is off, turns the power on. 5 MENU • Displays the popup menu screen. • Pressing for 1 second switches attenuation of the volume on/off. 6 • Displays the APP (CarPlay/ Android Auto/ Air Mirroring) screen. • Pressing for 1 second displays the Voice Recognition screen (P.49). 7 G • Displays the Angle Adjust screen. – [DISC EJECT]: Ejects the disc. • When the panel is opened, pressing closes the panel. • To forcibly eject the disc, press it for 2 seconds and then touch [DISC EJECT] after the message is displayed. 8 Disc insert slot • A slot to insert a disc media.

Basic Operations DDX918WS/ DDX918WSM 123 8 4567NOTE • The panels shown in this guide are examples used to provide clear explanations of the operations. For this reason, they may be different from the actual panels. • In this manual, each model name is abbreviated as follows. – DDX918WS/ DDX918WSM: If above icon is showed, read the article applicable to the unit you use. Number Name Motion 1 Gesture control sensor English 7 • A sensor which detects motions of your hand. (P.11) 2 • Switch the APP (CarPlay/ Android Auto/ Air Mirroring) source. • Pressing for 1 second displays the Voice Recognition screen (P.49). 3 S, R (Volume) • Adjusts volume. The volume will go up until 15 when you keep pressing R. 4 HOME • Displays the HOME screen (P.11). • Pressing for 1 second turns the AV off.* (Touch the display to turn on the screen.) * Turns off the screen and audio. Interrupts from incoming hands-free calls, rear camera views and so on are functional, though. 5 MENU • Displays the popup menu screen. 6 G • Displays the Angle Adjust screen. – DISC EJECT: Ejects the disc. • When the panel is opened, pressing closes the panel. • To forcibly eject the disc, press it for 2 seconds and touch [DISC EJECT] after the message is displayed. 7 Remote Sensor • Receives the remote control signal. 8 Disc insert slot • A slot to insert a disc media.

Basic Operations 8 Turning on the Unit The method of turning on is different depending on the model. 1 Press the [HOME] button. hh The unit is turned on. ● To turn off the unit: 1 Press the [HOME] button for 1 second. NOTE • If it is your first time to turn the unit on after installation, it will be necessary to perform Initial setup (P.8). 1 Touch the display. hh The unit is turned on. Initial Settings Initial setup Perform this setup when you use this unit first time. 1 Set each item as follows. ■ [Language] Select the language used for the control screen and setting items. Default is “British English (en)”. 1 Touch [Language]. 2 Touch [Language Select]. 3 Select the desired language. 4 Touch [ ]. For details of operation, see User Interface Setup (P.58). ■ [Clock] Sets the synchronization of the clock and adjusts it. For detailed operation, see Calendar/clock settings (P.10). ■ [Display] Set the button illumination color. If it is hard to see the image on the screen even, adjust the viewing angle. 1 Touch [Display]. 2 Touch [Key Colour]. 3 Select the desired color. 4 Touch [ ]. 5 Touch [Viewing Angle]. 6 Select an angle 7 Touch [ ]. For details of, see Display Setup (P.60).

NOTE • These settings can be made from the SETUP menu. See Setup (P.57). Security Code Setup You can set up a security code to protect your receiver system against theft. When the Security Code function is activated, the code cannot be changed and the function cannot be deactivated. Note that the Security Code can be set with a 4 to 8 digit number of your choice. 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [SETUP]. ■ [Camera] Set the parameters for the camera. 1 Touch [Camera]. 2 Set each item and touch [ ]. For details of, see Camera Setup (P.53). ■ [DEMO] Set the demonstration mode. Default is “ON”. 1 Touch [DEMO] and select ON or OFF. ■ [3way X'over] Displays the message screen. For detailed operation, see 3 way speaker system setup (P.63). 2 Touch [Finish]. hh SETUP Menu screen appears. 6 Enter the same code again and touch [Enter]. Now, your security code is registered. NOTE • Touch [BS] to delete the last entry. • If you enter a different security code, the procedure returns to step 5 (for first code entry). • If you have disconnected the Receiver from the battery, enter the correct security code as that you have entered in step 5 and touch [Enter]. You can use your receiver. To change the security code: 1 Touch [Security Code Change] on the Security screen, then repeat step 5 and 6. To clear the security code: 1 Touch [Security Code Cancellation] on the Security screen, then repeat step 5. 3 Touch [Security]. hh Security screen appears. 4 Touch [Security Code Set] on the Security screen. hh Security Code Set screen appears. 5 Enter a security code with 4 to 8 digits and touch [Enter]. Basic Operations 9 English Basic Operations 10 Calendar/clock settings 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [SETUP]. hh SETUP Menu screen appears. 3 Touch [User Interface]. hh User Interface screen appears. 4 Touch [Time Zone] in the User Interface screen. 5 Select the time zone. 6 Set each item as follows. Scroll the page to show hidden items. ■ [Time Format] Select the time display format. [12-Hour ](Default)/ [24-Hour] ■ [Clock] [GPS-SYNC ](Default): Synchronizes the clock time with the GPS. [Manual]: Set the clock manually. ■ [Time Zone] Select the time zone. ■ [Clock Adjust] If you select [Manual] for Clock, adjust the date and time manually. (P.58) NOTE • Please set the date and time. If they not set, some functions may not work. Adjusting the volume To adjust the volume (0 to 40), Press [R] to increase, and press [S] to decrease. Holding [R] increases the volume continuously to level 15. 1 Press the [G] button. 2 Select a number below that represents your desired angle setting. Default is “0”. ■ [Off Position] You can store the current monitor angle as the angle during power off. Touch [Memory] when the desired angle is selected.

Monitor Angle Control You can adjust the position of the monitor. hh Angle Adjust screen appears. Touch screen operations To perform operations on the screen, you need to touch, touch and hold, flick or swipe to select an item, display a setting menu screen or change pages. ● 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. You can scroll a list screen by flicking up/ down on the screen. ● Swipe Slide your finger up or down on the screen to scroll the screen. Gesture Control ( ) You can also operate the unit by moving your hand in front of the gesture control sensor. 1 712 • To control by hand motion, select [ON] for [Gesture Control] on the "User Interface" screen beforehand. (P.58) • 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 screen. (P.25) – Up: Displays the Home screen. – Down: When a call comes in, answers the call. • You can assign the functions or sources/ screens to display on the "Gesture SETUP" screen. (P.58) HOME screen descriptions Most functions can be performed from the HOME screen. 2 1 3 456 1 • Widget (P.16) – You can change the widget by flicking left or right on the widget area. – Touch the widget to display the detailed screen. 2 • Current source information 3 • Displays the control screen of the current source. • The artwork is displayed if available from current content. 4 • Current source information 5 • Displays the source selection screen. (P.12) 6 • Short-cut playback source icons (P.13) Display the HOME screen 1 Press the [HOME] button. hh HOME screen appears. Basic Operations 11 English Basic Operations 12 Popup menu 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch to display the popup menu. • Close the popup menu. 1 • Short-cut buttons: The source changes to the one you have set with a short-cut. For the short-cut setting, refer to Customize Short-cut buttons on HOME screen (P.14). Turn off the screen 1 Select [Display OFF] on the popup menu. ● To turn on the screen 1 Touch the display. 1 The contents of the menu are as follows. • Displays the Screen Adjustment screen. (P.57) • Turns the display off. (P.12) • Displays the view camera screen. (P.53) • Displays the SETUP Menu screen. (P.57) • Displays the Audio screen. (P.63) • Displays the control screen of current source. Icon feature differs depending on the source. Source selection screen description You can display icons of all playback sources and options on the source selection screen. ].) You can also change pages by flicking left or right on the screen. 4 • Returns to the previous screen. 5 • Displays the SETUP Menu screen. (P.57) Select the playback source 1 Press the [HOME] button. hh HOME screen appears. 2 Touch [ 4 53 2 1 1 • Changes playback sources. For playback sources, see P.12. 2 • Page indication 3 • Changes pages. (Touch [ ]. From the screen, you can select the following sources and functions. • Switches to the Android Auto/ Apple CarPlay/ Air Mirroring screen from the connected iPhone/Android device.*1 (P.24) • Displays the Hands Free screen. (P.47) When connecting as Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, it works as a phone provided in Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. • Switches to the Radio broadcast. (P.35) ]/[ • Puts the unit in standby. (P.13) *1 When iPhone compatible with CarPlay is connected, [Apple CarPlay] is displayed. When an Android device compatible with Android Auto is connected, [Android Auto] is displayed. *2 DDX9018DABS only To select the playback source on the HOME screen The 4 items displayed on the source selection screen with large icons are shown on the HOME screen. You can change the items displayed on this area by customizing the source selection screen. (P.14) • Switches to the Digital Radio broadcast. *2 (P.38) • Plays a Bluetooth audio player. (P.42) • Plays a disc. (P.18) • Plays an iPod/iPhone. (P.32) • Plays files on a USB device. (P.29) • Switches to Spotify. (P.27) • Plays a device connected to the HDMI input terminal. (P.55) • Switches to an external component connected to the AV-IN input terminal. (P.55) • Displays the navigation screen when a navigation unit is connected. (P.56) • Displays the Audio screen. (P.63) To select the playback source on the source control screen Display source selection buttons by touching [ ] or flicking left or right on the source control screen, then select a playback source. Put the unit in standby 1 Press the [HOME] button. hh HOME screen appears. 2 Touch [ ]. 3 Touch [STANDBY]. ]/[ Basic Operations 13 English Basic Operations 14 Customize Short-cut buttons on HOME screen You can arrange the positions of the source icons as you like. 1 Press the [HOME] button. hh HOME screen appears. 2 Touch [ ]. 3 Touch and hold the icon which you want to move in the customizing mode. 4 Drag the icon to the desired position. Changes the page Source control screen descriptions There are some functions which can be performed from most screens. Indicators Short-cut buttons All 1 sources icon Displays all sources. 2 Secondary screen • [ ] : The Secondary screen changes to another one every time you touch it. You can also change the Secondary screen by flicking left or right on the screen. • Indicators: Displays the current source condition and so on. – [ATT]: The attenuator is active. – [DUAL]: The dual zone function is active. – [MUTE]: The mute function is active. – [LOUD]: The loudness control function is active. • Short-cut buttons: The source changes to the one you have set with a short-cut. For the short-cut setting, refer to Customize Short- cut buttons on HOME screen (P.14). 3 Content list Displays the track/file/station/channel list. 56 1 2 ]/[ 4 3 : Lights up during quick charging of the battery of the connected iPod/ iPhone/ Smartphone. 5 Artwork & information You can select whether to display an artwork and song information or only song information in more detail. 6 Function panel Touch the left side of the screen to display the function panel. Touch again to close the panel. • Connected Bluetooth device information. • 4 List screen There are some common function keys in the list screens of most sources. Displays the list type selection window. 2 Displays a music/movie file list. 3 Text scroll Scrolls the displayed text. 4 etc. Keys with various functions are displayed here. • ] Page scroll You can change pages to display more items by pressing [ Return Returns to the previous screen. NOTE • Buttons which cannot be activated from the list screen are not displayed. : Plays all tracks in the folder containing the current track. • : Jumps to the letter you entered (alphabetical search). • ]. • [ 6 1 23 4 5 1 : Moves to the upper hierarchy level. 5 [ ] : Displays the top or bottom page. 6 ]/[ ] / [ ]/[ ] / [ ] / [ Basic Operations 15 English

Widget 16 Widget Widget 1 Press the [HOME] button. 2 You can change the widget by flicking left or right on the widget area. Widget list • Clock Widget • Spectrum analyzer Widget • Multi Widget (Spectrum analyzer, Clock, Current source information) • Photo Frame Widget Photo Frame Widget You can display a slideshow of the image files stored in the USB memory on the Home screen. Ñ Preparation • Select “ON” for Photo Frame Widget. See Widget Setup (P.17). • Picture files may not be played depending on their condition. *1 A progressive format is not supported. Ñ Photo Frame 1 Press the [HOME] button. 2 Flick the widget area to the left/right to

● Acceptable Picture files Max. Picture size JPEG (.jpg, .jpeg) *1 5,000 × 5,000 PNG (.png) 1,000 × 1,000 BMP (.bmp) 1,000 × 1,000 • This unit can only play back files which are less than 50 MB. • The maximum number of files per device is 500. display the photo frame widget. • Scroll the screen to display the hidden part.

Widget Setup Set up the widgets on the Home screen. 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [SETUP]. hh SETUP screen appears. 3 Touch [User Interface]. hh User Interface screen appears. 4 Touch [Widget SETUP] in the User Interface screen. 5 Set each item as follows. ■ [Photo Frame Widget] Determine whether to use the photo frame widget. "ON" (Default)/ "OFF" ■ [Photo Frame SETUP] Make settings related to display of the photo frame widget. To Photo Frame Setup Make settings related to display of the photo frame widget. 1 Touch [Photo Frame SETUP] on the Widget SETUP screen. 2 Set each item as follows. ■ [Sort Order] Specify a file sorting criterion. "By Name(Ascending)"/ "By Name(Descending)"/ "By Date(Newest First)" (Default)/ "By Date(Oldest First)" ■ [Slide Show Interval] Specify the slideshow interval. "5" (Default) to "30" seconds ■ [Photo Frame is • • • • •] Display help topics about the photo frame. 3 Touch [ ]. ]. ]. 6 Touch [ ]. Widget 17 English

Disc 18 Disc Playing a disc Ñ Insert a disc 1 Press the [G] button. 2 Touch [DISC EJECT]. hh The panel opens. 3 Insert the disc into the slot. hh The panel closes automatically. The unit loads the disc and playback starts. Ñ Eject a disc 1 Press the [G] button. 2 Touch [DISC EJECT]. When removing a disc, pull it horizontally. 3 Press the [G] button. DVD/ VCD Basic Operation Most functions can be controlled from the source control screen and playback screen. NOTE • Set the remote control mode switch to DVD mode before starting operation for DVD and VCD, see Switch the operation mode (P.72). • The screen shot below is for DVD. It may be different from the one for VCD. 1 When the operation buttons are not displayed on the screen, touch 7 area. Control screen 68 61 Information display area Displays the following information. • Title #, Chapter #: DVD title and chapter number • Track #/Scene #: VCD track or scene number. Scene # is displayed only when Playback control (PBC) is on. 123 45 7 2 Video screen DVD VCD

) 2 Function panel Touch the left side of the screen to display the function panel. Touch again to close the panel. • I]: Stops playback. Touching twice will play the disc from the beginning when you play it next time. • [ • Linear PCM, etc.: Audio format • OFF/Zoom2 – 4 (DVD)/ Zoom2 (VCD): Displays the zoom ratio. • [Hide]: Hides the control screen. • [ ]: Fast-forwards or fast-backward the disc. Each time you touch the key, the speed changes. 2 times, 10 times. • [ ] (DVD only): Plays in slow motion forward or backward. • [SETUP] (DVD only): Touch to display the DVD SETUP screen. See DVD Setup (P.23). • [MENU CTRL] (DVD only): Touch to display the DVD-VIDEO disc menu control screen. See DVD Disc Menu Operation (P.22). • [PBC] (VCD only): Touch to turn Playback control (PBC) on or off. • [Audio] (VCD only): Touch to change audio output channels. 3 Play mode indicator/ Playing time • D, B, I, etc.: Current play mode indicator Meanings of the icons are as follows: D (play), B (fast forward), A (fast backward), I (stop), R (resume stop), H (pause), (slow playback), (slow reverse playback). • For confirmation of current playing position. You can drag the circle left or right to change the playing position. ] : Repeats the current content. Each time you touch the key, repeat modes are switched in the following sequence; DVD: Title repeat ( ), Chapter repeat ( ) VCD (PBC On): Does not repeat VCD (PBC Off ): Track repeat ( ), Repeat off ( ] [ ] [ ), Repeat off ( 4 Operation keys • [E] [F] : Searches for the previous/next content. • Touch and hold to fast-forward or fast- backward the disc. (It will be cancelled automatically after about 50 seconds.) • [DH] : Plays or pauses. • [ ] : Touch to mute or not to mute. 5 Indicator Items • [IN]: Disc insertion status. White: A Disc is inside the unit. Orange: Disc player failure. VCD • [1chLL/2chLL]: Identifies the left audio output of channel 1 or 2. • [1chLR/2chLR]: Identifies the monaural audio output of channel 1 or 2. • [1chRR/2chRR]: Identifies the right audio output of channel 1 or 2. • [1chST/2chST]: Identifies the stereo audio output of channel 1 or 2. • [LL]: Identifies the left audio output. • [LR]: Identifies the monaural audio output. • [RR]: Identifies the right audio output. • [ST]: Identifies the stereo audio output. • [PBC]: The PBC function is on. • [VER1]: The VCD version is 1. • [VER2]: The VCD version is 2. 6 Searching area Touch to search the for next/previous content. 7 Key display area Touch to display the control screen. 8 [MENU CTRL] (DVD only) Touch to display the DVD-VIDEO disc menu control screen. See DVD Disc Menu Operation (P.22). NOTE • The control screen disappears when no operation is done for 5 seconds. • If you use a remote control, you can jump directly to the desired image by entering the chapter number, scene number, play time, etc. (P.72). Disc 19 English

Disc 20 Music CD/ Disc media Basic Operation Most functions can be controlled from the source control screen and playback screen. NOTE • Set the remote controller mode switch to AUD mode before starting operation for Music CD and audio files, see Switch the operation mode (P.72). • In this manual, “Music CD” means a general CD which includes music tracks. “Disc media” means a CD/DVD disc which includes audio or video files. • The screen shot below is for disc media. It may be different from the one for CD. Control screen 12 6 5734 Open the drawer 7 5 Close the drawer 6 5 78 1 CODEC / [ ] • When a high-resolution source is played, its format information is displayed. (Disc media only) • [ ] : Repeats the current track/folder. Each time you touch the key, repeat mode switches in the following sequence; ] / [ ) 2 Track information Displays the information of the current track/ file. Only a file name and a folder name are displayed if there is no tag information. (Disc media only) 3 Play mode indicator/ Playing time • D, B, etc.: Current play mode indicator Meanings of the icons are as follows: D (play), B (fast forward), A (fast backward), H (pause). • For confirmation of current playing position. You can drag the circle left or right to change the playing position. (Video file only) ) • [ 4 Operation keys • [1] (Disc media only) : Searches files. For details on search operation, see File search Operation (P.21). • [E] [F] : Searches for the previous/next content. • Touch and hold to fast-forward or fast- backward the disc. (It will be cancelled automatically after about 50 seconds.) • [DH] : Plays or pauses. • [ ] : Touch to mute or not to mute. 5 Content list • Touch the right side of the screen to display the Content list. Touch again to close the list. • Displays the playing list. When you touch a track/file name on the list, playback will start. 6 Artwork/ Analog meter • Displays/hides artwork area. • The jacket of the currently playing file is displayed. (Disc media only) • When touched, switches the artwork to the analog meter. ) Track/ File repeat ( (Disc media only), Repeat all ( ] : Randomly plays all tracks in current folder/disc. Each time you touch the key, random mode switches in the following sequence; Track random ( ) (Music CD only), Folder random ( ) (Disc media only), Random off ( ), Folder repeat (

7 Function panel (Disc media only) Touch the left side of the screen to display the function panel. Touch again to close the panel. • [ 9 910 9 File search area (Video file only) Touch to search for the next/previous file. 10 Key display area (Video file only) Touch to display the control screen. ] : Searches for theprevious/next folder. 8 Indicator Items • [IN]: Disc insertion status. White: A Disc is inside the unit. Orange: Disc player failure. • [VIDEO]: Identifies the video file. • [MUSIC]: Identifies the music file. Video screen ] [ File search Operation (Disc media only) You can search for a file according to hierarchy. NOTE • For operations in the list screen, see List screen (P.15). 1 Touch [1]. hh Folder List screen appears. 2 Touch the desired folder. hh When you touch a folder its contents are displayed. 3 Touch the desired item in the content list. hh Playback starts. Disc 21 English Disc 22 DVD Disc Menu Operation You can set up some functions using the DVD- VIDEO disc menu. 1 Touch the framed area during playback. hh Menu Control screen appears. 2 Perform your desired operation as follows. ■ To display the top menu Touch [TOP].* ■ To display the menu Touch [MENU].* ■ To display the previous menu Touch [Return].* ■ To enter selected item Touch [Enter]. ■ To enable direct operation Touch [Highlight] to enter the highlight control mode (P.22). ■ To move the cursor Touch [R], [S], [C], [D]. ■ To switch among subtitle languages Touch [Subtitle]. Each time you touch this key, subtitle languages are switched. ■ To switch among audio languages Touch [Audio]. Each time you touch this key, audio languages are switched. ■ To switch among picture angles Touch [Angle]. Each time you touch this key, picture angles are switched. * These keys may not function depending on the disc. Ñ Highlight control Highlight control lets you control the DVD menu by touching the menu key directly on the screen. 1 Touch [Highlight] on the Menu Control screen. 2 Touch your desired item on the screen. • The highlight control function is cancelled automatically if you do not operate for a predetermined period of time.

NOTE DVD Setup You can set up the DVD playback functions. 1 Touch the framed area during playback. 2 Touch [ hh DVD SETUP screen appears. 3 Set each function as follows. ] on the left side of the screen. Touch [SETUP]. ■ [Menu Language] / [Subtitle Language] / [Audio Language] See Language setup (P.23). ■ [Dynamic Range Control] Sets the dynamic range. [Wide]: The dynamic range is wide. [Normal]: The dynamic range is normal. [Dialog] (Default): Makes the total sound volume larger than the volumes in other modes. This is effective only when the Dolby Digital software is in use. ■ [Screen Ratio] Sets the screen display mode. [16:9 ](Default): Displays wide pictures. [4:3 LB]: Displays wide pictures in the Letter Box format (having black stripes at the top and bottom of screen). [4:3 PS]: Displays wide pictures in the Pan & Scan format (showing pictures cut at the right and left ends). Ñ Language setup This setting is for the languages used for the menu, subtitle, and voice. 1 Touch the desired item; [Menu Language], [Subtitle Language], [Audio Language]. hh Language Set screen appears. 2 Select a language. For language codes, refer to DVD Language Codes (P.90). Touch Close to set the entered language and return to the DVD SETUP screen. NOTE • To set the DVD’s original language as the audio language, touch [Original]. Disc 23 English APPS—Android AutoTM/Apple CarPlay 24 APPS—Android AutoTM/Apple CarPlay Air Mirroring Operation You can display the same screen of the Android device on the monitor of the unit using the Miracast function of the Android device. Preparation • You can use “Miracast” with Android devices compatible with Miracast. • Miracast may be called Wireless Display, Screen Mirroring, AllShare Cast, etc., depending on the manufacturer. • The settings on the Android device differ depending on the device type. For details, refer to the instruction manual supplied with your Android device. • If your Android device is locked, Mirroring screen may not appear. • If the Android device is not ready for Miracast UIBC, you cannot perform touch operation. 1 Press the [HOME] button. 2 Touch [ ]. 3 Touch [Air Mirroring]. (P.12) hh The App screen is displayed. 4 Operate your Android device to activate Miracast, then connect to this unit. 5 Select “DDX****” as the network to use. hh When the connection is established, then the same screen displayed on the Android device is displayed. NOTE • Apps is discontinued when the power is turned ON/OFF or you leave the vehicle. To restart Apps, operate the Android device. • When the Apps source is displayed, you cannot register or reconnect a Bluetooth device. Switch the Apps source to another source, and then operate the Bluetooth device. Ñ Change the device name 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [SETUP]. hh SETUP screen appears. 3 Touch [AV]. hh AV screen appears. 4 Touch [Wi-Fi SETUP]. 5 Touch [Device Name]. hh Change Device Name screen appears. 6 Touch and hold [ ]. 7 Input the device name. 8 Touch [Enter]. Apple CarPlay Operation 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 product. 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 7 Plus • iPhone 7 • iPhone SE • iPhone 6s Plus • iPhone 6s • iPhone 6 Plus • iPhone 6 • iPhone 5s • iPhone 5c • iPhone 5 Ñ Connecting an iPhone 1 Connect your iPhone using KCA-iP103 via the USB (Black) terminal. (P.84) When an iPhone compatible with CarPlay is connected to the USB (Black) terminal, the Bluetooth Hands-Free phone currently connected is disconnected. 2 Unlock your iPhone. ● Switching the Current Source to the Apple CarPlay Source When Connecting Your iPhone When the iPhone you used previously is connected again, a confirmation message appears to ask whether you are sure to start the CarPlay source. 1 Connect iPhone using KCA-iP103 via USB (Black) terminal. 2 Unlock your iPhone. 3 Touch the connection message at the bottom of the screen. The current source is connected to the CarPlay source. The connection message is displayed for about 5 seconds. NOTE • If the message disappears, select the CarPlay source on the source selection screen. (P.12) Ñ 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 among the connected devices. To enter the CarPlay mode, touch [Apple CarPlay] icon on the source selection screen. (P.12) 3 211 [ ] • Displays the home screen of CarPlay. • Touch and hold to activate Siri. 2 Application buttons Starts the application. 3 [HOME] Exits the CarPlay screen and displays the Home screen. To exit the CarPlay screen 1 Press the [HOME] button. APPS—Android AutoTM/Apple CarPlay 25 English APPS—Android AutoTM/Apple CarPlay 26 Ñ Use Siri You can activate Siri. 1 Press the [ ] button for 1 second. Press for 1 second 2 Talk to Siri. To deactivate 1 Press the [ ] button. Ñ Switch to the Apple CarPlay screen while listening to another source 1 Press the [ ] button. NOTE • When listening to another source with the Apple CarPlay screen displayed, playing music in the Apple CarPlay mode will switch the current source to the Apple CarPlay source. Android AutoTM Operation Android Auto enables you to use the 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 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. NOTE • Android Auto may not be available on all devices and may not be available in all countries or regions. Ñ Connect Android device 1 Connect an Android device via the USB terminal. (P.84) To use the hands-free function, connect the Android device via Bluetooth. When an Android device compatible with Android Auto is connected to the USB terminal, the device is connected via Bluetooth automatically, and the Bluetooth Hands-Free phone currently connected is disconnected. 2 Unlock your Android device. Ñ Operation buttons and available Apps on the Android Auto screen You can perform the operations of the Apps of the connected Android device. The items displayed on the screen differ among the connected Android devices. To enter the Android Auto mode, touch the [Android Auto] icon on the source selection screen. (P.12)

1 1 Application/information buttons Starts the application or displays information. To exit the Android Auto screen 1 Press the [HOME] button. Ñ Using voice control 1 Press the [ ] button for 1 second. Press for 1 second To cancel 1 Press the [ ] button. Ñ Switch to the Android Auto screen while listening to another source 1 Press the [ ] button. NOTE • When listening to another source with the Android Auto screen displayed, playing music in the Android Auto mode will switch the current source to the Android Auto source. Spotify Operation You can listen to Spotify on this unit by controlling the application installed in the iPhone or Android. To select the Spotify source, touch [Spotify] icon on the source selection screen. (P.12) Preparation • Install the latest version of the Spotify application "Spotify" on your iPhone or Android. iPhone: Search for "Spotify" in the Apple App Store to find and install the most current version. Android: Search for "Spotify" in Google play to find and install the most current version. • iPhones are connected via either USB or Bluetooth. • Android devices are connected via Bluetooth. • To connect a smartphone via Bluetooth, register it as the Bluetooth device and do the App (SPP) profile setting for the connection beforehand. See Register the Bluetooth device (P.43) and Connect the Bluetooth device (P.44). 11 Artwork • Displays/hides artwork area. • Picture data is displayed if available from the current content. 123 4Close the drawer 4Close the drawer 4Close the drawer 2 Playing time • For confirmation of play time. APPS—Android AutoTM/Apple CarPlay 5 English 27

APPS—Android AutoTM/Apple CarPlay 28 3 Operation keys • [ ] : Displays the Menu screen • [ ] : New radio station that relates to the artist of the currently being played song is selected and playback starts. • [ ] : Skips the current song. • [ ] : Plays or pauses the content of the current station. • [ ] : Saves the currently being played song to My Music. • [ ] : Touch to mute or not to mute. 4 Content information Displays the information on the current content being played. 5 [ ] • [ ] : Thumbs down to the current contents and skip to the next content. • [ ] : Registers the current content as a favorite content. • [ ] : Repeats the current song. • [ ] : Randomly plays all songs in the current playlist. Ñ Selecting a track 1 Touch [ ]. hh Menu screen appears. 2 Select the list type, then select a desired item. ■ To select the category and station Touch the category and station name in the list. ■ [ Top] Returns to the top of the list. ■ [ Up] Returns to the previous list. ] , [ ] , [ ] / [ ] / [ ] / [ About Spotify® Note • Ensure you are logged in to your smartphone application. If you do not have an Spotify account, you can create one for free from your smartphone or at spotify.com. • Because Spotify is a third-party service, the specifications are subject to change without prior notice. Accordingly, compatibility may be impaired or some or all of the services may become unavailable. • Some functions of Spotify cannot be operated from this unit. • For issues on using the application, contact Spotify at spotify.com. • Establish an Internet connection.

USB Connecting a USB device 1 Connect the USB device with the USB cable. (P.83) 2 Press the [HOME] button. 3 Touch . 4 Touch [USB]. (P.12) Ñ Disconnect the USB device 1 Press the [HOME] button. 2 Touch a source other than [USB]. 3 Detach the USB device. Ñ Usable USB device You can use a mass-storage-class USB device with this unit. The word “USB device” appearing in this manual indicates a flash memory device. ● About the file system The file system should be the one of the following. • FAT16 • FAT32 • exFAT • NTFS NOTE • Install the USB device in the place where it will not affect safe driving. • You cannot connect a USB device via a USB hub and Multi Card Reader. • Take backups of the audio files used with this unit. The files can be erased depending on the operating conditions of the USB device. We shall have no compensation for any damage arising from any erased data. USB Basic Operation Most functions can be controlled from the source control screen and playback screen. NOTE • Set the remote controller mode switch to AUD mode before starting operation, see Switch the operation mode (P.72). Control screen ] • When a high-resolution source is played, its format information is displayed. • [ ) • [ 5 76 8 1 [CODEC / 512 6 73 4Open the drawer 5 7 Close the drawer ] : Repeats the current track/folder. Each time you touch the key, repeat modes are switched in the following sequence: File repeat ( ), Repeat all ( ] : Randomly plays all tracks in the current folder. Each time you touch the key, random modes are switched in the following sequence: File random ( ] / [ ), Folder repeat ( ), Random off ( ) USB 29 English

USB 30 2 Track information Displays the information on the current file. Only a file name and a folder name are displayed if there is no tag information. 3 Play mode indicator/ Playing time • D, B, etc.: Current play mode indicator Meanings of individual icons are as follows: D (play), B (fast forward), A (fast backward), H (pause). • For confirmation of current playing position. You can drag the circle left or right to change the playing position. (Video file only) 4 Operation keys • 1] : Searches track/file. For details on search operation, see Search Operation (P.31). • E] [F] : Searches the previous/next track/ file. Touch and hold to fast forward or fast backward. (It will be cancelled automatically after about 50 seconds.) • [DH] : Plays or pauses. • [ ] : Touch to mute or not to mute. 5 Content list • Touch the right side of the screen to display the Content list. Touch again to close the list. • Displays the playing list. When you touch a track/file name on the list, playback will start. 6 Artwork/ Analog meter • Displays/hides artwork area. • The jacket of the currently playing file is displayed. • When touched, switches the artwork to the analog meter. 7 Function panel Touch the left side of the screen to display the function panel. Touch again to close the panel. • [ ] : Searches for the previous/next folder. • [USB DEVICE CHANGE]: Switches to another USB device when two USB devices are connected. 8 Indicator Items • [VIDEO]: Identifies the video file. • [MUSIC]: Identifies the music file. ] [ 9 910 9 File search area (Video file only) Touch to search for the next/previous file. 10 Key display area (Video file only) Touch to display the control screen. Video screen

Search Operation You can search music or video files by the following operations. 1 Touch [1]. 2 Touch [S]. 3 Select a list type. NOTE • For operations on the list screen, see List screen (P.15). Ñ Category search You can search for a file by selecting a category. 1 Touch [Category List]. 2 Select whether you search audio files . 3 Touch the desired category. hh The list corresponding to your selection appears. 4 Touch to select the desired item in the list. Repeat this step until you find the desired file. or video files Ñ Link search You can search for a file of the same artist/ album/genre as that in the current track. 1 Touch [Link Search]. 2 Touch the desired tag type. You can select from artists, albums and genres. hh The list corresponding to your selection appears. 3 Touch the desired item in the content list. Ñ Folder search You can search for a file according to hierarchy. 1 Touch [Folder List]. 2 Touch the desired folder. When you touch a folder its contents are displayed. 3 Touch to select your desired item in the list. Repeat this step until you find the desired file. USB 31 English

iPod/iPhone 32 iPod/iPhone Preparation Ñ Connectable iPod/iPhone The following models can be connected to this unit. Made for • iPhone 7 Plus • iPhone 7 • iPhone SE • iPhone 6s Plus • iPhone 6s • iPhone 6 Plus • iPhone 6 • iPhone 5s • iPhone 5c • iPhone 5 • iPod touch (6th generation) • iPod touch (5th generation) NOTE • Latest compatible list of iPod/iPhone. For details, see kenwood.com/cs/ce/ipod/. • By connecting your iPod/iPhone to this unit with the iPod connection cable KCA-iP103 (optional accessory), you can supply power to your iPod/ iPhone as well as charge it while playing music. Note that the power of this unit must be held on. • If you restart playback after connecting the iPod, the music that has been played by the iPod is played first. Ñ Connect iPod/iPhone Wired connection Preparation • Connect an iPod/iPhone with the KCA-iP103 (optional accessory) while CarPlay is not connected. • With a CarPlay-capable iPhone, turn off CarPlay by operating the iPhone at functional setup before connecting iPhone. For details of the setup method, contact the manufacturer of the terminal. • Plug the iPod/iPhone into the gray USB terminal with the KCA-iP103 (optional accessory). • Only one iPod/iPhone can be connected. 1 Connect the iPod/iPhone using the KCA- iP103. (P.84) 2 Press the [HOME] button. 3 Touch [ ]. 4 Touch [iPod]. (P.12) ● To disconnect the iPod/iPhone connected with the cable: 1 Detach the iPod/iPhone. Bluetooth connection Pair the iPhone through Bluetooth. Preparation • To connect an iPhone via Bluetooth, register it as a Bluetooth device and do the profile setting for the connection beforehand. See Register the Bluetooth device (P.43) and Connect the Bluetooth device (P.44). • Connect an iPhone via Bluetooth while CarPlay and an iPod/iPhone are not connected via USB. ● Select the method of making connections for outputting sound from the iPod source. 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [SETUP]. hh SETUP screen appears. 3 Touch [AV]. hh AV screen appears. 4 Touch [iPod Bluetooth Connection]. [Bluetooth] (Default): Output sound using a Bluetooth device. [Bluetooth+HDMI]: Output sound using an HDMI device and perform music selection, etc. using a Bluetooth device.

21 Track information • Displays the information on the current file. • Touch to display the category list screen. See Category search (P.34). 2 Artwork/ Analog meter • Displays/hides artwork area. • The jacket of the currently being played file is displayed. • When touched, switches the artwork to the analog meter. 3 Play mode indicator/ Playing time • D, B, etc.: Current play mode indicator Meanings of individual icons are as follows: D (play), B (fast forward), A (fast backward), H (pause). iPod/iPhone Basic Operation NOTE • Set the remote controller mode switch to AUD mode before starting operation, see Switch the operation mode (P.72). Control screen 1 23 4Open the drawer 2 Close the drawer 57 5 65 4 Operation keys • 1] : Searches for a track/file. For details on search operation, see Search Operation (P.34). • E] [F] : Searches for the previous/next track/file. Touch and hold to fast forward or fast backward. (It will be cancelled automatically after about 50 seconds.) • [DH] : Plays or pauses. • [ ] : Touch to mute or not to mute. 5 Content list • Touch the right side of the screen to display the Content list. Touch again to close the list. • Displays the playing list. When you touch a track/file name on the list, playback will start. 6 [ ] • [ ) • [ ) 7 Indicator Items • [MUSIC]: Identifies the music file. ] : Repeats the current track/album. Each time you touch the key, repeat modes are switched in the following sequence: Song repeat ( ), Repeat off ( ] : Randomly plays all tracks in the current album. Each time you touch the key, random modes are switched in the following sequence: Song random ( ] / [ iPod/iPhone ), All songs repeat ( ), Random off ( English 33 iPod/iPhone 34 Search Operation You can search music files by the following operations. 1 Touch [1]. 2 Touch [S]. 3 Select a list type. NOTE • For operations on the list screen, see List screen (P.15). Ñ Category search You can search for a file by selecting a category. 1 Touch [Category List]. 2 Touch the desired category. hh The list corresponding to your selection appears. 3 Touch to select the desired item in the list. Repeat this step until you find the desired file. Ñ Link search You can search for a file of the same artist/ album/genre/composer as that in the current track. 1 Touch [Link Search]. 2 Touch the desired tag type. You can select from artists, albums, genres and composers. hh The list corresponding to your selection appears. 3 Touch the desired item in the content list.

Radio Radio Basic Operation Most functions can be controlled from the source control screen. To listen to the Radio source, touch [Radio] icon on the source selection screen. (P.12) NOTE • Set the remote control mode switch to AUD mode before starting operation, see Switch the operation mode (P.72). 12837465 9 1 Information display Displays the information of the current station: Frequency, PS name P#: Preset number 2 Seek mode Switches the seek mode in the following sequence; [AUTO1], [AUTO2], [MANUAL]. • [AUTO1]: Tunes in a station with good reception automatically. • [AUTO2]: Tunes in stations in memory one after another. • [MANUAL]: Switches to the next frequency manually. 3 Band button Switches the band (FM1/ FM2/ FM3, AM). 4 Preset key Recalls the memorized station. When touched for 2 seconds, stores the current receiving station in memory. 5 Operation keys • [E] [F] : Tunes in a station. The method of frequency switching can be changed (see 2 in table). • [AME] : Presets stations automatically. For details, see Auto memory (P.36). • [ ] : Displays the TUNER SETUP screen. For details, see Radio Setup (P.37). • [ ] : Touch to mute or not to mute. 6 [PTY] (FM only) Searches a program by setting program type. For details, see Search by program type (P.36). 7 [MONO] (FM only) Select the Monaural reception. 8 [TI] (FM only) Sets the traffic information mode on. For details, see Traffic Information (P.37). 9 Indicator Items • [ST]: A stereo broadcast is being received. • [MONO]: The forced monaural function is on. • [AF]: The AF search function is on. • [EON]: The Radio Data System station is sending EON. • [LOS]: The Local Seek function is on. • [NEWS]: News bulletin interruption is in progress. • [RDS]: Indicates the state of the Radio Data System station when the AF function is on. White: Radio Data System is being received. Orange: Radio Data System is not being received. • [TI]: Indicates the reception state of traffic information. White: TP is being received. Orange: TP is not being received. Radio 35 English Radio 36 Memory Operation Ñ Auto memory You can store stations with good reception in memory automatically. 1 Touch desired band key. 2 Touch [AME]. 3 Touch [Yes]. hh Auto memory starts. Ñ Manual memory You can store the current receiving station in memory. 1 Touch desired band key. 2 Select a station you wish to store in memory. 3 Touch [#] (#:1-6) in which you want to store the station for 2 seconds until a beep sounds. Selecting Operation Ñ Preset select You can list and select memorized station. 1 Select a station from the list. Ñ Search by program type hh PTY Search screen appears. 2 Select a program type from the list. 3 Touch [Search]. You can search a station of the selected program type.

(FM only) You can tune to a station with a specific program type when listening to FM. 1 Touch [PTY]. Traffic Information (FM only) You can listen and watch the traffic information automatically when a traffic bulletin starts. However, this feature requires a Radio Data System that includes the TI information. 1 Touch [TI]. hh Traffic information mode is set. Ñ When the traffic bulletin starts The Traffic Information screen appears automatically. NOTE • It is necessary to have Traffic Information function set to on in order to have the Traffic Information screen appear automatically. • The volume setting during reception of traffic information is automatically stored. The next time the traffic information is received, this unit recalls the volume setting automatically. Radio Setup You can set tuner related parameters. 1 Touch [ hh Radio SETUP screen appears. 2 Set each item as follows. ■ [NEWS] Sets a news bulletin interrupt time. Default is “OFF”. ■ [AF] When station reception is poor, automatically switches to the station that is broadcasting the same program over the same Radio Data System network. Default is “OFF”. ■ [Regional] Sets whether to switch to the station only in the specific region using the “AF” control. Default is “OFF”. ■ [LO.S] (FM only) Turns the Local Seek function on or off. ■ [Auto TP Seek] When traffic information station reception is poor, automatically searches for a station that can be received better. Default is “ON”. ■ [Language Select] Selects a display language for the PTY function. ■ [Aerial Control] Allows you to turn off the Radio Data System function to prevent the motor-driven antenna from extending. Default is “ON”. ]. Radio 37 English Digital Radio 38 Digital Radio (DDX9018DABS) Digital Radio Basic Operation Most functions can be controlled from the source control screen. To enter Digital Radio source, touch [Digital Radio] icon in the source selection screen. (P.12) NOTE • Set the remote control mode switch to AUD mode before starting operation, see Switch the operation mode (P.72). Control screen 32786 4 5 Open the drawer 18 6 Close the drawer 2 7 81 Indicator display Displays the received signal strength. 2 Information display Displays the information on the current station: Service Name Touching [ ] allows you to switch between Content A, Content B and Content C. 69 Content A: DLS, PTY Genre Content B: Song Title, Artist Name, Ensemble name Content C: Now Playing, Next Program, Audio Quality Touch to switch between the Control and Information screen. 3 Seek mode Touch to switch seek modes in the following sequence: [AUTO1], [AUTO2], [MANUAL]. • [AUTO1]: Tunes in a ensemble with good reception automatically. • [AUTO2]: Tunes in the memorized ensemble one after another. • [MANUAL]: Switches to the next ensemble manually. 4 Indicator display P#: Preset number CH#: Channel display 5 Operation keys • [1] : Displays the Service List screen. For details on search operation, see Service search (P.39). • [E] [F] : Tunes in a ensemble, service, and component. The seek mode switching can be changed. (see 3 Seek mode). • [ ] : Touch to mute or not to mute. 6 Preset list • Touching [ ] allows you to change the display size. • Recalls the memorized service. • When touched for 2 seconds, stores the currently being received service in the memory. 7 Artwork area/ Analog meter • Displays/hides artwork area. • The picture data is displayed if available from current content. ]/ [ • When touched, switches the artwork to the analog meter. 8 Function panel Touch the left side of the screen to display the function panel. Touch again to close the panel. • [TI]: Selects the traffic information mode. For details, see Traffic Information (P.40). • [SETUP]: Displays the Digital Radio SETUP screen. For details, see Digital Radio Setup (P.41). • [Instant Replay] (Live mode only): Change the Replay mode. See Replay (P.40). • [Live] (Replay mode only): Change the Live mode. • [PTY] (Live mode only): Searches for a program by program type. For details, see Search by program type (P.39). • [DLS]: Display the Dynamic Label Segment screen. 9 Indicator Items • [DAB+]: Digital Radio is being received. • [RDS]: Radio Data System is being received. • [MC]: Receiving service is displayed. White: Primary Component is received. Orange: Secondary Component is received. • [TI]: Indicates the reception state of traffic information. White: TP is being received. Orange: TP is not being received. Storing Service in Preset Memory You can store the current receiving service in the memory. 1 Select a service you wish to store in memory. 2 Touch [ ] on the right side of the screen. 3 Touch [P#] (#:1-15) in which you want to store the station for 2 seconds until a beep sounds. Selecting Operation Ñ Search by program type You can tune in the station broadcasting the specified type of program when listening to Digital Radio. 1 Touch [ hh PTY Search screen appears. 2 Select a program type from the list. 3 Touch [Search]. You can search for the station broadcasting the selected type of program. Ñ Service search You can select a service from a list of all services received. 1 Touch [1]. ] on the left side of the screen. Touch [PTY]. Digital Radio 39 English Digital Radio 40 2 Select the desired content from the list. ] Touch and hold to find the latest service list. ■ [1A-Z] Displays the keyboard screen. Jump to the letter you entered (alphabet search). Traffic Information You can listen to and watch traffic information automatically when a traffic bulletin starts. However, this feature requires a Digital Radio that includes TI information. 1 Touch [ hh Traffic information mode is set. Ñ When the traffic bulletin starts The Traffic Information screen appears automatically. ■ [ ] on the left side of the screen. Touch [TI]. NOTE • It is necessary to turn on the Traffic Information function in order to allow the Traffic Information screen to appear automatically. • The volume setting made during reception of traffic information is automatically memorized. When the traffic information is received next time, this unit recalls the volume setting automatically. Replay You can replay last 30 minutes of current station. 1 Touch [ ] on the left side of the screen. Touch [Instant Replay]. ■ [E] [F] Forward/backward 15 seconds when touch it. ■ [A] [B] Fast forward/fast backward when keep on touching. (It will be cancelled automatically after about 50 seconds.) ■ [DH] Plays or pauses. ■ Replay time bar Display recorded capacity To return to live 1 Touch [ ] on the left side of the screen. 2 Touch [Live]. NOTE • PTY Watch starts operating and Replay function cannot be used while receiving a program. • While replaying the current station, you can not store the station by Storing Service in Preset Memory (P.39). Digital Radio Setup You can set Digital Radio related parameters. 1 Touch [ hh Digital Radio SETUP screen appears. 2 Set each function as follows. ■ [Priority] If the same service is provided by Digital Radio during Radio Data System reception, 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, automatically switches to Radio Data System. ■ [PTY Watch] If the service of the set program type begins with the ensemble being received, switches from any source to Digital Radio for service reception. ■ [Announcement Select] Switches to the set Announcement service. For details, see Announcement setup (P.41). ■ [Seamless Blend] Prevents audio break when switching from Digital Radio to Analog Radio. Default is “ON”. ] on the left side of the screen. Touch [SETUP]. ■ [Antenna Power] Sets power supply to the Digital Radio antenna. Set to “ON” when the Digital Radio antenna in use is equipped with a booster. Default is “ON”. ■ [Related Service] When you select ON, the unit switches to a related service (if exists) when a Digital Radio service network is not available. Default is “OFF”. ■ [Language Select] Selects a display language for the PTY function. Ñ Announcement setup When the service for which ON is selected starts, switches from any source to Announcement to receive it. 1 Touch [Announcement Select] on the Digital Radio SETUP screen. hh The Announcement Select screen appears. 2 Touch each Announcement list and set on or off. ■ [Select All] Turn on the all announcements. ■ [Deselect All] Turn off the all announcements. NOTE • The volume setting during reception of Announcement service is automatically stored. The next time the Announcement service is received, this unit recalls the volume setting automatically. Digital Radio 41 English

Bluetooth Control 42 Bluetooth Control Using the Bluetooth function allows you to use various functions such as listening to the audio file and making/receiving a call. 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 communication with each other. NOTE • 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 be connected 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. • Some Bluetooth devices are disconnected when this unit is turned off. Ñ About the cell-phone and Bluetooth audio player This unit conforms to the following Bluetooth specifications: Version Bluetooth Ver. 4.1 Profiles Cell-phone: HFP (V1.7) (Hands Free Profile) SPP (Serial Port Profile) PBAP (Phonebook Access Profile) Audio player: A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) AVRCP (V1.6) (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile) Sound codec SBC, AAC NOTE • The units supporting the Bluetooth function have been certified for conformity with the Bluetooth Standard according to the procedure prescribed by Bluetooth SIG. • However, it may be impossible for such units to communicate with your cell-phone depending on its type. Register the Bluetooth device It is necessary to register the Bluetooth audio player or cell-phone in this unit before using the Bluetooth function. You can register up to 10 Bluetooth devices. NOTE • Up to 10 Bluetooth devices can be registered. If an attempt is made to register the 11th Bluetooth device, the Bluetooth device connected on the earliest date will be deleted to register the 11th one. • This unit is compatible with the Apple Easy Pairing function. When an iPod touch or iPhone is connected to this unit, an authentication dialog appears. Performing operation for authentication on this unit or iOS smartphone registers the smartphone as a Bluetooth device. 1 Search for the unit (“DDX****”) from your smartphone/cell-phone. Complete steps 1 to 4 within 30 seconds. 2 Operate your smartphone/cell-phone according to the displayed messages. ● Confirm the request both on the smartphone/cell-phone. 3 Select the function you want to use. ● Input the PIN Code in your smartphone/cell-phone. PIN Code is set to “0000” as the default. ■ HFP [Hands Free1]/ [Hands Free2]/ [No Connection.] Select the hands-free number to connect. ■ A2DP/SPP [Audio/App] Select if you want to use the audio player app in your smartphone over A2DP, and the other apps in your smartphone over SPP. ■ PBAP [Phonebook DL] Select if you want to transfer your phonebook data. 4 Touch [Yes]. When data transmission and connection have completed, the Bluetooth connection icon appears on the screen. Bluetooth Setup 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [SETUP]. hh SETUP Menu screen appears. 3 Touch [Bluetooth]. See the following section for each setting. • Connect the Bluetooth device (P.44) Bluetooth Control hh Bluetooth SETUP screen appears. • Change the PIN Code (P.45) • Change the device name (P.45) English 43

Bluetooth Control 44 Ñ Connect the Bluetooth device 1 Touch [Select Device] on the Bluetooth SETUP screen. 2 Touch the name of the device you want to connect. hh Profile select screen appears. NOTE • If the icon is lighted, it means that the unit will use that device. 3 Set each profile as follows. ■ [TEL (HFP) 1], [TEL (HFP) 2] Select when the device is connected with the unit as hands-free phone 1 or 2. ■ [Audio (A2DP)/App (SPP)] Select to interwork with an application installed in a smartphone or to use as an audio player. 4 Touch [Close]. To delete the registered Bluetooth device 1 Touch [Delete]. 2 Touch the device name to check. ■ [☑ All] Selects all Bluetooth devices. ■ [□ All] Clears all check marks. 3 Touch [Delete]. hh Confirmation message appears. 4 Touch [Yes].

Ñ Change the PIN Code 1 Touch [PIN Code] on the Bluetooth SETUP screen. hh Change PIN Code screen appears. 2 Touch and hold [ ]. 3 Input the PIN Code. 4 Touch [SET]. Ñ Change the device name 1 Touch [Device Name] on the Bluetooth SETUP screen. hh Change Device Name screen appears. 2 Touch and hold [ ]. 3 Input the device name. 4 Touch [Enter]. Playing the Bluetooth Audio Device Most function can be controlled from the source control screen. To select Bluetooth source, touch [Bluetooth] icon on the source selection screen. (P.12) Ñ Bluetooth basic operation Control screen ] * • [ ) • [ ) 2 Information display * • Displays the name of track information. • Connected device name. 3 Operation keys * • [1]: Searches for a file. See File search (P.47). • [E] [F]: Searches for the previous/next content. Touch and hold to fast forward or fast backward. (It will be cancelled automatically after about 50 seconds.) • [D]: Plays. • [H]: Pauses. • [ ]: Displays the Bluetooth SETUP screen. • [ 16 52 431 [ ] : Repeats the current track/folder. Each time you touch the key, repeat modes are switched in the following sequence: File repeat ( ), All songs repeat ( ] : Randomly plays all tracks in the current folder. Each time you touch the key, random modes are switched in the following sequence: Folder random ( ), Random off ( ] : Touch to mute or not to mute. ] / [ Bluetooth Control ), Folder repeat ( ), Repeat off ( ), All random ( English 45

Bluetooth Control 46 4 Play mode indicator/ Playing time D, H: Current play mode indicator Meanings of individual icons are as follows: D (play), B (fast forward), A (fast backward), H (pause), I (stop). 5 Artwork/ Analog meter • Displays/hides artwork area. • When touched, switches the artwork to the analog meter. 6 KENWOOD Music Mix Bluetooth audio devices can be switched easily to play music. See KENWOOD Music Mix (P.46). * These items appear only when the audio player which supports AVRCP profile is connected. NOTE • The operation buttons, indications and information displayed on the screen differ depending on the connected device. • If the operation keys do not appear, operate from the player. • Depending on your cell-phone or audio player, sound may be heard and controlled but text information may not appear. • If the volume is too low, raise it on your cell- phone or audio player. Ñ KENWOOD Music Mix Up to five Bluetooth audio device can be connected and switched easily to play music. 1 Touch [ ]. hh A list of registered devices is displayed. 2 Touch [ : Device used for KENWOOD MusicMix 3 Touch [ (Purple) : During playback. 4 Touch [ ]. NOTE • If a connected Bluetooth audio device is operated to play music, connections are switched. • When a Bluetooth source is switched to another one, its settings are deleted and the connection is restored to the connection before source switching. ] of device name you want to connect. • Touching [ ] displays the Bluetooth device connection setup screen. (P.44) • Touching [ : • Device used normally. • ] (white) on the left of the name of the device to be played. [ ] (purple) and starts playback. (Gray) • : Not connected. • (White) : Connected. • ] on the left of the connected device ( ) disconnects this device. ] (white) changes to [

Ñ File search 1 Touch [1]. 2 Touch the desired file or folder. When you touch a folder its contents are displayed. 3 Touch the desired item in the content list. hh Playback starts. NOTE • For operations in the list screen, see List screen (P.15). Using the Hands-Free Unit You can use the telephone function by connecting the Bluetooth telephone to this unit. NOTE • If you use the hands-free function frequently, move the TEL short-cut button (icon) to the Home screen. (P.14) • While Apple CarPlay or Android Auto is connected, the Bluetooth Hands-Free function and two Bluetooth devices connections cannot be used. Only the Apple CarPlay or Android Auto Hands-Free function can be used. Ñ Make a call 1 Press the [HOME] button. 2 Touch [ ]. 3 Touch [TEL]. hh Hands Free screen appears. NOTE • If your mobile phone supports PBAP, you can display the phone book and call lists onto the touch panel screen when the mobile phone is connected. – Phone book: up to 1000 entries – Up to 50 entries including dialed calls, received calls, and missed calls Bluetooth Control 47 English

Bluetooth Control 48 4 Select a dialing method. • [ ]: Call using call records • [ ]: Call using the phonebook • [ ]: Call using the preset number • [ ]: Call by entering a phone number ● Select the cell-phone to use When you connect two cell-phones 1) Touch [ ] to select the phone you want to use. ● Bluetooth SETUP 1) Touch [ ]. Bluetooth SETUP screen appears. ● Voice Recognition 1) Touch [ ]. (P.49) NOTE • Status icons such as battery and antenna icons may differ from those displayed on the cell- phone. • Setting the cell-phone in the private mode can disable the hands-free function. Call using call records 1 Touch [ ]. 2 Select the phone number from the list. Call by entering a phone number 1 Touch [ ]. 2 Enter a phone number with number keys. 3 Touch [ ]. Call using the preset number 1 Touch [ ]. 2 Touch the name or phone number.

Call using the phonebook 1 Touch [ ]. 2 Touch [ ]. 3 Select the initial. • Characters with no corresponding name will not appear. • A first character with an accent character such as “ü” can be searched for with a non-accent character “u” . A character with an accent character in a sentence cannot be searched for. 4 Select the person you want to call from the list. 5 Select the phone number from the list. NOTE • You can sort the phone numbers in the list by last name or first name. For details, see Hands-Free Setup (P.52). Ñ Voice Recognition You can access the voice recognition function of the cell-phone connected to this unit. You can search the cell-phone phonebook by voice. (The functionality depends on the cell-phone.) 1 Press the [ ] button for 1 second. Press for 1 second hh Voice Recognition screen appears. 2 Start speaking. NOTE • You can use the voice recognition function by touching [ Bluetooth Control ] on the Hands Free screen. English 49

Bluetooth Control 50 Ñ Receive a call 1 Touch [ NOTE • While monitoring the picture from the view camera, this screen does not appear even if a call comes in. To end call 1 While talking, touch [ ]. Ñ Operations during a call ● Adjust the volume of your voice 1) Touch [Speech Quality]. 2) Touch [T] or [U] for [Microphone Level]. ] to answer a phone call or [ ] to reject an incoming call. ● Adjust the receiver volume Press the [S] or [R] button. ● Mute your voice Touch [ ] to mute or not to mute your voice. ● Output the dial tone Touch [DTMF] to display the tone input screen. You can send tones by touching desired keys on the screen. ● Switching between speaking voice output destinations Touching [ ] each time switches speaking voice output destinations between the cell-phone and the speaker. ● Call-waiting When you receive a new call while talking on the phone, you can answer the newly received call by touching [ ]. The current call is put on hold. Each time you touch [ ], the caller will change to the other one. When you touch [ ], the current call will end to be switched to the call waiting on hold. ● To close the Hands-Free popup screen Touching [w] to close the Hands-Free popup screen. To display it again 1 Press the [HOME] button. 2 Touch [ ]. 3 Touch [TEL]. ]/ [

Ñ Phone number preset You can register frequently used phone numbers in this unit. 1 Touch [ ]. 2 Touch [Edit]. 3 Select where to preset. ■ [Delete all] To delete all preset numbers, touch [Delete all] and then touch [OK] on the confirmation screen. 4 Select how to preset. ■ [Add number from phonebook] Select the number to preset from the phonebook. See Call using the phonebook (P.49). ■ [Add number direct] Enter the telephone number directly and touch [SET]. See Call by entering a phone number (P.48). ■ [Delete] To delete a preset number, touch [Delete] and then touch [OK] on the confirmation screen. Ñ Phonebook transfer You can transfer phonebook data from your Bluetooth smartphone using PBAP. 1 Touch [ ]. 2 Touch [ hh Phonebook data transfer starts. NOTE • If the Phonebook contains more than 1000 entries, Phonebook data cannot be transferred. • If no Phonebook has been downloaded, touching [Download Phonebook Now] will start downloading the Phonebook. Phonebook deletion 1 Touch [ ]. 2 Touch the name to check. ■ [☑ All] Checks all boxes. ■ [□ All] Clears all check marks. 3 Touch [Delete]. hh Confirmation message appears. 4 Touch [OK]. ]. Bluetooth Control 51 English Bluetooth Control 52 Hands-Free Setup You can make various settings for the Hands- Free function. 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [SETUP]. hh SETUP Menu screen appears. 3 Touch [Bluetooth]. hh Bluetooth SETUP screen appears. 4 Touch [TEL SETUP]. hh TEL SETUP screen appears. 5 Set each function as follows. ■ [Bluetooth HF/Audio] Select the speakers to output the sound from the cell-phone (such as phone call voice and ringing tone) and Bluetooth audio player. [Front]: Outputs sound from the front speakers. [All ](Default): Outputs sound from all speakers. ■ [Auto Response]* Set the automatic response time to pick-up an incoming call. [OFF ](Default): Turns off the Automatic response function. [1]/ [5]/ [10]/ [15]/ [20]/ [25]/ [30]: Sets the ringing time (second). ■ [Auto Pairing] When set to “ON”, the Apple Auto Pairing function is turned on to automatically register the iPod touch or iPhone connected to this unit. [ON ](Default): Turns on the Apple Auto Pairing function. [OFF]: Turns off the Apple Auto Pairing function. ■ [Echo Cancel Level] Adjust the level of echo cancellation. Default is “0”. ■ [Noise Reduction Level] Reduce the noise generated in the surrounding environment without changing the microphone volume. Use this function when the voice of caller is not clear. Default is “0”.

■ [Sort Order] Set how to sort the data in the cell-phone phonebook. [First]: Sorts data by the first name. [Last ](Default): Sorts data by the last name. * Either the auto response time set on this unit or the time set on the cell-phone, whichever is shorter takes effect. 6 Touch [OK]. Other External Components

View Camera NOTE • To connect a camera, see P.82. • To use a rear view camera, a REVERSE lead connection is required. (P.80) • If [Rear Camera Interruption] is active the camera screen is displayed when you shift the gear to the reverse (R) position. Ñ Display the camera screen 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [Camera]. hh View camera screen appears. 3 Adjust each item as follows. To erase the caution message, touch the screen. 1 3 4 1 Switching the View Camera *1 Touch to change the front view camera or dashboard camera and rear view camera. 2 Camera off Touch to exit the camera screen. 3 Switching the Guideline *2 Touching each time turns on or off the guideline. 4 Switching the Angle *2 Touching each time changes camera angles: 2 *1 When the front camera or dashboard camera, and rear camera are connected with this unit. *2 When CMOS-3xx series is connected with this unit. Ñ Camera Setup 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [SETUP]. hh SETUP Menu screen appears. 3 Touch [Camera]. hh Camera screen appears. 4 Set each item as follows. ■ [Rear Camera Interruption] [ON]: Displays the picture from the rear view camera when you shift the gear to the reverse (R) position. [OFF ](Default): Select this when no camera is ■ [Rear Camera Settings *]1 Adjusts the CMOS-3xx series with ID 1 ("Rear Camera") set. For details, see the instruction manual of your camera. ■ [Parking Guidelines] You can display parking guidelines to enable easier parking when you shift the gear to the reverse (R) position. Default is “ON”. ■ [Guidelines SETUP] If you select [ON] for [Parking Guidelines], you can adjust the parking guidelines. See To adjust the parking guidelines (P.54). ■ [Front Camera] [ON]: Select this when the front camera is connected. [OFF ](Default): Select this when no camera is connected.

connected. Other External Components 53 English Other External Components 54 ■ [Front Camera Settings *]1 Adjusts the CMOS-3xx series with ID 2 ("Front Camera") set. For details, see the instruction manual of your camera. ■ [Front Camera Interruption] *2 [10 sec]/ [15 sec] (Default)/ [20 sec]: The front camera screen is displayed when return the gear from the reverse (R) position. [OFF]: Cancel. *1 When CMOS-3xx series is connected with this unit. *2 When CMOS-3xx series or front camera is connected with this unit. To adjust the parking guidelines NOTE • Install the rear view camera in the appropriate position according to the instruction manual supplied with the rear view camera. • When adjusting the parking guidelines, make sure to apply the parking brake to prevent the car from moving. 1 Touch [ON] of [Parking Guidelines] in the Camera screen. (P.53) 2 Touch [Guidelines SETUP] on the Camera screen. 3 Adjust the parking guidelines by selecting the 4 Adjusting the position of the selected mark. C D Make sure that lines A and B are horizontally parallel, and that lines C and D are of the same length. NOTE • Touch [Initialise] and then touch [Yes] to set all the marks to their initial default position. mark. AB

Use Dashboard Camera A Dashboard Camera, DRV-N520 (optional accessory), connected to this unit lets you play video-recorded data and so on. For details, see the instruction manual of the Dashboard Camera DRV-N520 (optional accessory). NOTE • To connect a dashboard camera, see P.83. Ñ Display the dashboard camera screen 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [Camera]. 12 3 1 Switching the View Camera Touch to change the dashboard view camera and rear view camera. 2 Camera off Touch to exit the camera screen. 3 Key display Touch to display the dashboard camera control buttons. Other External Components External audio/video players (AV-IN) 1 Connect an external component to the AV-IN input terminal. (P.82) 2 Select [AV-IN] as the source. (P.12) 3 Turn on the connected component and start playing the source. HDMI source 1 Connect your smartphone to the HDMI input terminal. (P.82) Use HDMI cable KCA-HD100 (optional accessory). 2 Select [HDMI] as the source. (P.12) 3 Start an application or playback on your smartphone. English 55

Other External Components 56 TV tuner You can connect the TV tuner (commercially available) with this unit and watch TV. Preparation • When you use TV control function, connect the TV tuner (commercially available) and set 3rd Party TV Tuner Control in AV Setup (P.62) to ON. • The TV tuner can be controlled with its supplied remote control through the remote sensor on the front panel of this unit. 1 Select [TV] as the source. (P.12) 2 Touch Key display area. ■ Hides the indicators and buttons. Touch [Hide]. ■ Change the channel. Touch [CHR], [CHS]. Using the external navigation unit You can connect a navigation unit (KNA-G630: optional accessory) to the navigation input terminal so that you can view the navigation screen. (P.82) The navigation guidance comes out of the front speakers even when you are listening to an audio source. Ñ Display the navigation screen 1 Press the [HOME] button. 2 Touch [ ]. 3 Touch [NAV]. (P.12) hh The navigation screen appears. Ñ Navigation Setup 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [SETUP]. hh SETUP Menu screen appears. 3 Touch [Navigation]. hh Navigation SETUP screen appears. 4 Set each item as follows. ■ NAV Voice Volume Adjusts the volume for voice guidance of the navigation system. Default is “24”. Setup Monitor Screen Setup You can adjust the image quality of video, menu screen, etc. 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [Screen Adjustment]. hh Screen Control screen appears. 3 Adjust each setting as follows. ■ [Backlight] / [Contrast] / [Black] / [Brightness] / [Colour] / [Tint] Adjust each setting. ■ [Aspect] Select a screen mode. [Full]: Changes the aspect ratio of video and displays video fully on the screen. [Normal]: Displays video at the ratio of 4:3. [Auto]: DVD, VCD and disc media: 16:9 video is displayed in the Full mode and 4:3 video is displayed in the Regular mode. USB device: Displays video fully (vertically or horizontally) with no ratio change. NOTE • Settings to adjust vary depending on the current source. System Setup 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [SETUP]. Setup See the following section for each setting. • Set up display (P.60) • Set up the user interface (P.58) • Set up camera (P.53) • Set up special (P.60) • Set up Bluetooth (P.43) • Set up security (P.9) • Set up navigation (P.56) • Set up AV (P.62) English 57 Setup 58 User Interface Setup You can setup user interface parameters. 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [SETUP]. hh SETUP screen appears. 3 Touch [User Interface]. hh User Interface screen appears. 4 Set each parameter as follows. ■ [Steering Remote Controller] Sets the desired function in the steering remote controller. See Learning function of steering remote (P.59). ■ [Beep Volume] Set the sound volume of the key touch tone. "0" (Off ) – "3" (Default) – "5" ■ [Widget SETUP] Set up the widget displayed on the Home screen. (P.17) ■ [Gesture Control]*1 Select to be on or off the Gesture Control. (P.59) Default is “ON”. ■ [Gesture Beep]*1 The beep comes out when a gesture is detected. Default is “ON”. ■ [Gesture SETUP]*1 Assign the functions or sources/screens to display for gesture control. (Page 61) ■ [Gesture Sensitivity]*1 If you have selected [OFF] for [Gesture Control], adjust the detection range of the Gesture Control from “1” (short) to “12” (long). Default is “7”. ■ [Language Select] Select a language. ■ [Time Format] Select the time display format. "12-Hour" (Default)/ "24-Hour" ■ [Clock] [GPS-SYNC ](Default): Synchronizes the clock time with the GPS. [Manual]: Set the clock manually. ■ [Time Zone] Select the time zone. ■ [Clock Adjust] If you select [Manual] for Clock, adjust the date and time manually. (P.58) ■ [Travel Prayer for Safe Drive]*2 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. ■ [Travel Prayer for Safe Drive Volume]*2 If you have selected [ON] for [Travel Prayer for Safe Drive], sets the sound volume of Quran. *1 DDX918WS/ DDX918WSM only *2 DDX918WSM/ DDX9018SM only Ñ Adjust the date and time manually. 1 Touch [Clock] on the User Interface screen. 2 Select [Manual]. 3 Touch [Time Zone] on the User Interface screen. 4 Select the time zone. 5 Touch [Clock Adjust] on the User Interface screen. 6 Adjust the date, then adjust the time. 7 Touch [Set]. Ñ Learning function of steering remote This function is available only when your vehicle is equipped with the electrical steering remote controller. If your steering remote controller is not compliant, learning may not be completed and error message may appear. 1 Touch [Steering Remote Controller] in the User Interface screen. hh Steering Remote Controller Setting screen appears. 2 Press and hold the steering remote controller button NOTE • You can have the unit learned all buttons at a time. In that case, press the all buttons one at a time and after pressing all of them, touch [Learning completed] in Steering Remote Controller Setting screen. However, new functions cannot be learned after this operation. 3 Touch the function you want to set. 4 Repeat steps 2 and 3 as necessary. 5 Touch [Learning completed]. NOTE • When changing the function already learned, press and hold the button you want to change in step 2 and then touch to select the changed function from the function list. • Confirm the contents of the settable function on the function list. You cannot edit the function list. • To initialize the contents, touch [Learning initialisation] of [Steering Remote Controller] in User Interface screen. After you touch [Initialise], a confirmation message appears. Follow the message and complete the operation. Ñ Register operations by Gesture Control ( ) You can register operations that work by the motion of your hand. 1 Touch [Gesture SETUP] on the User Interface screen. hh Gesture SETUP screen appears. 2 Touch a gesture mark you want to set. ■ [Initialise] Return to the initial setting. The confirmation message appears. Touch [Yes]. 3 Touch the function you want to set. 4 Repeat steps 2 and 3 as necessary. 5 Touch [ ]. Setup 59 English Setup 60 Special Setup You can setup special parameters. 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [SETUP]. hh SETUP screen appears. 3 Touch [Special]. hh Special screen appears. 4 Set each parameter as follows. ■ [DEMO] Select the demonstration mode. Default is “ON”. ■ [Software Information] Confirm the software version of this unit. (P.60) ■ [Open Source Licenses] Display the open source licenses. ■ [Initialise] Touch [Initialise] and then touch [Yes] to set all the settings to the initial default settings. • Audio SETUP Memory is not initialized. Ñ Software Information You can confirm the software version of this unit. 1 Touch [Software Information] in the Special screen. 2 Confirm the software version. NOTE • For how to update the software, see the relevant update procedure manual which comes with the software. Display Setup 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [SETUP]. hh SETUP screen appears. 3 Touch [Display]. hh Display screen appears. 4 Set each parameter as follows. ■ [Dimmer] Select the dimmer mode. [OFF]: Does not dim the display and buttons. [ON]: Dims the display and buttons. [SYNC ](Default): Turns the dimmer function on or off when the vehicle light control switch is turned on or off. 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" (Default)/ "OFF" ■ [Key Colour] You can set the button illumination color. (P.61)

■ [Wallpaper Customize] You can change the wallpaper image or color. (P.61) ■ [Viewing Angle] If it is hard to see the image on the screen evenly, adjust the viewing angle. The smaller the (negative) value, the more whitish the image on the screen looks. "0" (Default)/ "-1"/ "-2"/ "-3"

■ [Screen transition effect] Select whether to use the screen transition effect when the source control screen is switched to the Home screen. "ON" (Default)/ "OFF" Ñ Customizing the key color You can set the button illumination color. 1 Touch [Key Colour] on the Display screen. 2 Touch the desired color. ■ [User] The color you have set in the process of [Adjust] is registered. ■ [Scan] You can set the key color to continuously scan through the color spectrum. Ñ Change the wallpaper image or color 1 Touch [Wallpaper Customize] on the Display screen. 2 Select an image. *2 *1 *3 To select wallpaper color 1 Touch [Wallpaper Colour] on the Background screen. 2 Select a wallpaper color. 3 Touch [ ]. *1 To register an original color You can register your original color. 1 Touch [User] on the Key Color screen. 2 Touch [Adjust]. 3 Use [ɻ] and [+] to adjust each color value. *1 The color you have selected at [Key Colour] is added on the image. If you select “Scan” at [Key Colour], you cannot select this image. 4 Touch [ ]. *1 The album art currently being displayed is used as a wallpaper. *2 Select a wallpaper color in advance. *3 Select an original image in advance. 3 Touch [ ]. Setup 61 English

Setup 62 To register an original image You can load an image from the connected USB device and set it as the wallpaper image. Before starting this procedure, it is necessary to connect the device which has the image to load. 1 Touch [User1 Select] or [User2 Select] on the Wallpaper Customize screen. 2 Select the image to load. 3 Touch [Enter]. hh The selected image is loaded and the display returns to the Wallpaper Customize screen. NOTE • Touching [ ] rotates the image counter- clockwise. • Touching [ ] rotates the image clockwise. • Picture files: JPEG (.jpg, .jpeg), PNG (.png), BMP (.bmp) AV Setup You can set AV parameters. 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [SETUP]. hh SETUP screen appears. 3 Touch [AV]. hh AV screen appears. 4 Set each parameter as follows. ■ [iPod Bluetooth Connection] See Select the method of making connections for outputting sound from the iPod source. (P.32). ■ [TV Tuner Control] Sets when connecting the TV tuner to AV INPUT. [ON]: Set to ON when connecting the 3rd party TV tuner. AV-IN Name is set to TV. If you connect the TV tuner made by DOS and watch TV, you can perform some simple operations by touching the screen of this unit. [OFF] (Default): Set to OFF when not connecting the 3rd party TV tuner. ■ [AV-OUT] You can select an AV source to be output from the AV OUTPUT port. OFF, AV-IN, DISC, USB, or iPod • You cannot select iPod if it is connected via Bluetooth. • If you select iPod, Disc, Spotify or Bluetooth audio as the main source, you cannot select USB or iPod as the AV output source. • If you select Air Mirroring, Apple CarPlay or Android Auto as the main source, you cannot select DISC (Music CD/ Disc media), USB or iPod as the AV output source. ■ [Driving Position] Select the driving position (left or right). “Left”/ “Right” (Default) ■ [Wi-Fi SETUP] You can change the device name and display the device address, password. See Change the device name (P.24).

Controlling Audio You can adjust various settings such as audio balance or subwoofer level. 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [Audio]. See the following section for each setting. • Set up speaker/ X’over (P.64) • Controlling equalizer (P.66) • Set listening position/ DTA (P.69) • Controlling general audio (Fader / Balance) (P.66) • Set volume offset (P.67) • Performing zone control (P.68) • Set sound effect (P.69) • Memory/recall the audio settings (P.71) 3 way speaker system setup Select the appropriate crossover network mode according to the speaker system (2-way speaker system or 3-way speaker system). 1 Press the [HOME] button. hh HOME screen appears. 2 Touch [ ]. hh Source selection screen appears. 3 Touch [STANDBY]. 4 Press the [G] (1) button and the [S] (2) button for 1 second at the same time. 2 1 2 1 hh Speaker system select screen appears. 5 Select the crossover network mode. hh A confirmation screen appears. 6 Touch [Yes]. NOTE • When the 3-way speaker system is selected, the following functions are disabled. – Zone Control – Fader of Controlling General Audio – Front focus of Listening Position/ DTA – Select the speakers to output the sound from cell-phone of Blutooth HF/Audio – Beep of User Interface Setup • Connecting 3-way speakers with the 2-way mode selected can break the speakers. Controlling Audio 63 English Controlling Audio 64 Speaker/ X’over setup 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [Audio]. hh Audio screen appears. 3 Touch [Speaker/X`over]. 4 Select a car type. You can select the car type and speaker network, etc. When you select your car type, the Delay Time Alignment is activated automatically (for timing adjustment of sound output for each channel) to have the highest surround effects. 5 Touch the speaker (1) you wish to adjust and set each parameter (2) as follows. 1 2 ■ [Speaker] You can select a speaker type and its size to get the best sound effects. When the speaker type and size are selected, the speaker crossover network is set automatically. ■ [Location] (Only for Front, Rear) Select the speaker position you have installed. ■ [Tweeter] (Only for Front) You can set up the tweeter when you are selecting front speakers. None, Small, Medium, Large ■ [X`over] Display the speaker crossover setup screen. You can adjust the crossover frequency that was set automatically when you selected the speaker type. For details, see Crossover network setup (P.65) When Speaker network is set to 3 way: 1 2 • For how to switch to the 3-way speaker system, see 3 way speaker system setup (P.63). Connecting 3-way speakers with the 2-way mode selected can break the speakers. • Select “None” if you have no speakers.

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Ñ Crossover network setup You can set the crossover frequency of speakers. 1 Touch [X`over]. 2 Touch the speaker to set up. 3 Set each parameter as follows. ■ [HPF FREQ] High Pass Filter adjustment. (When Front or Rear is selected on the Speaker Select screen) ■ [LPF FREQ] Low Pass Filter adjustment. (When Subwoofer is selected on the Speaker Select screen) ■ [Slope]*1 Set a crossover slope. ■ [Gain] Adjust the gain of the front speaker, rear speaker, or subwoofer. ■ [TW Gain] *2 Adjust the tweeter level. (When Front is selected on the Speaker Select screen) ■ [Phase Inversion]*3 Set the phase of subwoofer output. Check [Phase Inversion] to shift the phase 180 degrees. (When Subwoofer is selected on the Speaker Select screen) *1 Only when “LPF FREQ”/“HPF FREQ” is set to a mode other than “Through” in [X`over]. *2 Only when “Tweeter” is set to “Small”, “Medium”, “Large” in [Speaker Setup]. *3 Only when “Subwoofer” is set to a mode other than “None” in [Speaker Setup]. When Speaker network is set to 3 way: ■ [FREQ] (High Pass) High Pass Filter adjustment. ■ [HPF FREQ], [LPF FREQ] (Band Pass) Band Pass Filter adjustment. (When mid range speaker is selected on Speaker Select screen) ■ [Slope]*1 *2 Sets a crossover slope. ■ [Gain] Sets gain of each speaker. ■ [Phase Inversion] Sets the phase of tweeter, mid range, and woofer output. Check [Phase Inversion] to shift the phase 180 degrees. *1 Only when “LPF FREQ”/“HPF FREQ” (Band Pass) is set to a mode other than “Through” in [X`over]. *2 Only when “FREQ” (Low Pass) is set to a mode other than “Through” in [X`over]. NOTE • For how to switch to the 3-way speaker system, see 3 way speaker system setup (P.63). Connecting 3-way speakers with the 2-way mode selected can break the speakers.

■ [FREQ] (Low Pass) Low Pass Filter adjustment. (When woofer is selected on Speaker Select screen) Controlling Audio 65 English

Controlling Audio 66 Controlling General Audio 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [Audio]. hh Audio screen appears. 3 Touch [Fader / Balance]. 4 Set each parameter as follows. ■ [Fader / Balance] Adjust the volume balance around the touched area. [C] and [D] adjust the right and left volume balance. [R] and [S] adjust the front and rear volume balance. ■ [Center] Clear the adjustment. Equalizer Control You can adjust equalizer by selecting the optimized setting for each category. 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [Audio]. hh Audio screen appears. 3 Touch [Equalizer]. 4 Touch the screen and set the Graphic ■ Gain level (area in dotted frame) Adjust the gain level by touching each frequency bar. You can select a frequency bar and adjust its level by [R], [S]. ■ [Preset Select] Display the screen for selecting the preset equalizer curve. (P.67)

Equalizer as desired. ■ [Memory] Saves the adjusted equalizer curve as “User1” to “User4”. (P.67) ■ [Initialise] Initialize (flatten) the current EQ curve. ■ [ALL SRC] Apply the adjusted equalizer curve to all sources. Touch [ALL SRC] and then touch [OK] on the confirmation screen. ■ [Bass EXT] (Bass Extend Settings) When turned on, the frequencies lower than 62.5 Hz is set to the same gain level (62.5 Hz).

■ [SW Level] Adjust the subwoofer volume. This setting is not available when Subwoofer is set to “None”. See Speaker/ X’over setup (P.64). Ñ Recall the EQ curve 1 Touch [Preset Select]. 2 Select an EQ curve. NOTE • [iPod] is available only for the iPod source. Ñ Save the EQ curve 1 Adjust the EQ curve. 2 Touch [Memory]. 3 Select where to save. Volume Offset Finely adjust the volume of the current source to minimize the difference in volume between different sources. 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [Audio]. hh Audio screen appears. 3 Touch [Volume Offset]. ■ [Initialise] Returns to the initial settings.

4 Touch [+] or [ɻ] to adjust the level. NOTE • If you have increased the volume first, then reduce the volume using “Volume Offset”. Switching the current source to another source suddenly may output extremely loud sound. Controlling Audio 67 English

Controlling Audio 68 Zone Control You can select different sources for front and rear positions in the vehicle. 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [Audio]. hh Audio screen appears. 3 Touch [Zone Control]. hh Zone Control screen appears. 4 Touch [Zone Select]. 5 Touch [Dual Zone]. 6 Set each source as follows. ■ [Zone Select] Touch [Single Zone] to turn off the dual zone function. ■ [Front Source] [Rear Source] Select an audio source for each. ■ [Rear VOL.] Adjust the rear source volume. NOTE • When the rear speaker sound is switched, the audio source that is output at the AV OUTPUT terminal is also switched to the same source. • When the dual zone function is set to on, the following functions are not available. – Output from the subwoofer – Subwoofer Level/ Bass Boost (P.69) – Equalizer Control/ Sound Effect/ Listening Position (P.66, 69, 69) – Speaker Setup (P.64) – High-resolution Sound Source File Playback • You cannot select iPod if it is connected via Bluetooth. • If you select Air Mirroring, Apple CarPlay or Android Auto as the Front Source, you cannot select DISC (Music CD/ Disc media), USB or iPod as the Rear Source.

• If you select iPod, Disc, Spotify or Bluetooth audio as the Front Source, you cannot select USB or iPod as the Rear Source.

Sound Effect You can set sound effects. 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [Audio]. hh Audio screen appears. 3 Touch [Sound Effect]. 4 Set each parameter as follows. ■ [Bass Boost] Set the amount of bass boost “OFF”/ “1”/ “2”/ “3”. ■ [Loudness] Set the amount of boost of low and high tones. “OFF”, “Low”, “High” ■ [Drive Equalizer] Reduces the driving noise by raising the bandwidth. “OFF”, “ON” ■ [Space Enhancer] Select the feeling of sound space enhancement. “OFF”/ “Small”/ “Medium”/ “Large”. This setting is not available for the Radio source. ■ [Supreme] Turn ON/OFF the Supreme function. Technology to extrapolate and supplement with proprietary algorithm, the high- frequency range that is cut off when encoding. ■ [Realizer] Virtually make the sound more realistic using the Digital Signal Processor (DSP) system. Select the level from “OFF”/ “1”/ “2”/ “3”. ■ [Stage EQ] You can adjust the height of speakers virtually to suit your listening position. “OFF”/ “Low”/ “Middle”/ “High”. Listening Position/ DTA Listening Position/DTA allows you to improve the sound field depending on the position of the seat you sit. Listening Position/DTA allows you to set “Listening Position” and “Front Focus”. You cannot set both at the same time. 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [Audio]. • Set up Listening Position (P.70) • Set up Front Focus (P.70) hh Audio screen appears. 3 Touch [Position/DTA]. Controlling Audio English 69

Controlling Audio 70 Ñ Listening Position Adjust the sound delay time so that the sounds from different speakers arrive at the listener sitting on the selected seat at the same time. 1 Touch [Listening Position] on the Position/DTA screen. 2 Select a listening position from [Front R] (Right front), [Front L] (Left front), [Front All] (All front), and [All]. Position DTA control You can fine-adjust your listening position. 1 Touch [Adjust]. 2 Touch [Delay]. 3 Touch [T] or [U] to adjust the delay time of the selected speaker. 4 Touch [Level]. 5 Touch [T] or [U] to adjust the sound level of the selected speaker. NOTE • To initialize the Delay and Level settings, touch [Initialise] and [YES] on the confirmation screen. Ñ Front Focus You can focus the imaginary sound image on the front of the selected seat. 1 Touch [Front Focus] in the Position/DTA screen. 2 Select a front focus position. For [Front All] and [All], select Priority L or R depending on which side you want to put the imaginary sound image. Ñ Front Focus fine adjustment 1 Touch [Adjust]. 2 Touch [Delay]. 3 Set each parameter as follows. ■ [Sound Image LR (Front)] Focus the sound image on the front of front seats. ■ [Sound Image LR (Rear)] Focus the sound image on the front of rear seats. ■ [Size of the Virtual Sound Field] Adjust the size of sound image to meet your taste. If the sound image is shifted from the front, move it back by [Sound Image LR (Front)] or [Sound Image LR (Rear)]. ■ [Subwoofer Delay] Adjust the delay time of subwoofer sound. 4 Touch [Level]. 5 Touch [T] or [U] to adjust the sound level of the selected speaker. NOTE • To initialize the Delay and Level settings, touch [Initialise] and [YES] on the confirmation screen. Audio Setup memory Audio Control settings can be memorized. The memorized settings can be recalled at any time. 1 Press the [MENU] button. hh Popup menu appears. 2 Touch [Audio]. ■ [SETUP Memory] Lock or unlock the Audio SETUP Memory/ Recall/Clear. ■ [Audio SETUP Memory] Memorize the current audio settings. • Fader/ Balance, Speaker / X’over, Equalizer (User Preset, SW Level), Position/DTA, Sound Effect ■ [Audio SETUP Recall] Recall the memorized audio setting. ■ [Audio SETUP Clear] Clear the AUDIO SETUP Memory and the currently memorized audio settings. hh Audio screen appears. 3 Touch [Audio Memory]. Controlling Audio English 71

Remote control 72 Remote control This unit can be operated using the remote control. # CAUTION • Put the remote control in a place where it will not move during braking or other operations. A dangerous situation could result, if the remote control 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. • 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 on 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. Battery Installation If the remote control operates only over shorter distances or does not operate at all, it is possible that the batteries are depleted. In such instances, replace the both batteries with new ones. 1 Insert two “AAA”/“R03”-size batteries with the and poles aligned properly, following the illustration inside the case. Functions of the Remote control Buttons Ñ Switch the operation mode The functions operated from the remote control differ depending on the position of the mode switch. V.SEL MENUENTER DISP SRC MODE FNC/PBC TOP MENU DVD SETUP RETURN AUDIO SUBTITLE ANGLE ZOOM 387 DVD• DVD• T V• T V• ∞ OPEN VOL 4 ¢∞ ∞ AUD• ∞ AUD• ∞ ∞ AM− FM+ ■ AUD mode Switch to this mode when controlling a selected source or tuner source, etc. ■ DVD mode Switch to this mode when playing a disc media including DVD, VCD, and CD. ■ TV mode Not used. NOTE • When controlling a player that is not integrated in the unit, select “AUD” mode. Ñ Direct search mode Using the remote control, you can jump directly to the desired file, track chapter, etc. with entering the number corresponding to the content. NOTE • This operation cannot be performed for USB device and iPod. 1 Press the [DIRECT] button several times until the desired content appears. The available contents are different depending on the source. ■ DVD Title number/Chapter number

Remote control ■ VCD 1.X and 2.X (PBC OFF) Track number Ñ Basic operations DISP ■ VCD 2.X (PBC ON) Scene number/Track number ■ Music CD Track number 1SRCV.SEL MODE FNC/PBC 7 6 14 TOP MENU MENUDVD SETUP RETURN AUDIO SUBTITLE ANGLE ZOOM 16 33815 2018 2■ Radio 4ENTER DVD• T V• Frequency value 5 982 Enter the number of the content you want 10OPEN 19to play using the numeric keypad. 4 17 3 Press the [E] or [F] button. 1 2ABC 3 DEF 21114GHI uhh The content you entered is played. R.VOL 227PQRS d 12 CLEAR DIRECT ATT 23 13Key Mode Name switch Function 1 SRC − Switches to the source to be played. In hands-free mode, hangs up the phone. 2 I DVD Stops playing and memorizes the last point where the disc stopped. The last point is deleted by pressing twice. 3 L − Pauses the track or file, and resumes playing by pressing twice. For the radio and Digital Radio sources in AUD mode, switches the seek mode. 4 R/S/C/D DVD Moves the cursor in the DVD menu. 5 ENTER − Performs the selected function. 6 TOP MENU AUD Screen mode changes each time you press this key during video playback. DVD Returns to the DVD top menu. 7 MENU AUD Displays the control screen of current source. (USB, iPod, DISC) DVD Displays the DVD menu. Turns the playback control on or off while playing VCD. 8 OPEN − Switches the display angle each time it is pressed. 9 AM–/FM+ AUD Selects the folder to be played. For the radio and Digital Radio sources in AUD mode, selects FM/ AM band to be received. For the DVD/VCD source in DVD mode, selects the title to be played. 10 E/F − Selects the track or file to be played. For the radio, Digital Radio sources in AUD mode, switches to broadcast stations received by the unit. For the DVD/VCD source in DVD mode, selects the chapter/scene/track to be played. 11 Numeric Keypad 7 ∞ ∞ AUD• ∞ ∞ ∞ AM— FM+ VOL ¢∞ 1 ¡ e E AUD Specifies the number to search in direct search. (P.72). DVD Press [1] [2] to fast forward/backward. Press [4] [5] to slow forward/backward. Switches the slow playback speed each time you press this key.* (*DVD only) 12 CLEAR DVD Clears the number. 13 DIRECT − Switches to the direct search mode. (P.72). 14 AUDIO DVD Switches the voice language each time you press this key. 15 RETURN DVD Displays previous screen. 16 SUBTITLE DVD Switches the subtitle language. 17 − When a call comes in, answers the call. 18 ANGLE DVD Switches the picture angle each time you press this key. 19 VOL RS − Adjusts the volume. 20 ZOOM DVD Switches the zoom ratio (2, 3, 4, Off ) each time you press this key. 21 2 ZONE − Switches the Dual Zone function on and off. 22 R.VOL − Adjusts volume at rear when the Dual Zone function is on. 23 ATT − Lowers the volume by pressing the key once. Restores the previous volume by pressing the key twice. English 73 2 ZONE 5JKL 8TUV 0 6MNO 9WXYZ Connection/Installation 74 Connection/Installation Before Installation Before installation of this unit, please note the following precautions. # WARNINGS • 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. # CAUTION • Install this unit in the console of your vehicle. Do not touch the metal part of this unit during and shortly after the use of the unit. Metal part such as the heat sink and enclosure become hot. NOTE • 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 12V DC power supply. • Do not install the unit in a spot 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 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 front panel will not hit the lid when closing and opening. • If the fuse blows, first make sure the wires aren’t 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 the connectors either to both the front output terminals or to both 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. • This unit has the 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 inhibit the cooling of the internal temperature and result in malfunction. Cooling fan • Do not press hard on the panel surface when installing the unit to the vehicle. Otherwise scars, damage, or failure may result. • Reception may drop if there are metal objects near the Bluetooth antenna. Bluetooth antenna unit Ñ Supplied accessories for installation 1 [1] [2] x1 2 (Black 1 m) x1 3 (Gray 1 m) x1 4 (3 m) x1 5 (M5 x 8 mm) x6 6 (M5 x 8 mm) x6 7 [3] x1 8 (3.5 m) x1 Connection/Installation 9 x1 0 x1 = [3] x3 x1 ! [3] x1 @ [3] x1 [1] DDX9018S/ DDX9018SM/ DDX9018DABS only [2] DDX918WS/ DDX918WSM only [3] DDX9018DABS only x1 - [1] [2] ~ [3] English 75

Connection/Installation 76 Ñ Installation procedure 1) To prevent a short circuit, remove the key from the ignition and disconnect the ¤ terminal of 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. 7) Reconnect the ¤ terminal of the battery. 8) Perform the Initial Setup. See Initial setup (P.8). Installing the unit Ñ Japanese cars 5 or 6 Car Bracket 5 or 6 NOTE • Make sure that the unit is installed securely in place. If the unit is unstable, it may malfunction (eg, the sound may skip). Ñ Trim plate (DDX9018DABS) 1) Attach accessory 7 to the unit. 7 Ñ GPS antenna GPS antenna is installed inside of the car. It should be installed as horizontally as possible to allow easy reception of the GPS satellite signals. To mount the GPS antenna inside your vehicle: 1) Clean your dashboard or other surface. 2) Remove the separator of the metal plate (accessory 9). 3) Press the metal plate (accessory 9) down firmly on your dashboard or other mounting surface. You can bend the metal plate (accessory 9) to conform to a curved surface, if necessary. 4) Remove the separator of the GPS antenna (accessory 8), and stick the antenna to the metal plate (accessory 9). 8 9 NOTE • Depending on the type of car, reception of the GPS satellite signals might not be possible with an inside installation. • Please 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 that is spaced at least 12 inch (30 cm) from cellular phone or other transmitting antennas. Signals from the GPS satellite may be interfered with by these types of communication. • Painting the GPS antenna with (metallic) paint may cause a drop in performance. Ñ Microphone unit 1) Check the installation position of the microphone (accessory 4). 2) Clean the installation surface. 3) Remove the separator of the microphone (accessory 4), and stick the microphone to the place shown below. 4) Wire the microphone cable up to the unit with it secured at several positions using tape or other desired method. 5) Adjust the direction of the microphone (accessory 4) to the driver. 4 Fix a cable with a commercial item of tape. Ñ Detaching the trim plate (DDX9018DABS) 1) Detach accessory 7 to the unit. 7 Ñ Installation the Digital Radio antenna (DDX9018DABS) #CAUTION • This film antenna is exclusively for use inside the vehicle. • Do not install at the following locations: – Where it may block driver’s view – Where it may obstruct operation of safety devices such as air bags – On movable glass surface such as rear hatch – On the side of the vehicle (e.g. doors, front-side windows) – On rear windows • Signal strength will decrease at the following locations: Connection/Installation – On IR reflecting glass or where covered with mirror type glass film – Where it overlaps with genuine radio antenna (pattern) – Where it overlaps with window heating wires – When 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 pasting surface with the included cleaner (accessory ~). • Do not bend or damage the film antenna (accessory !). • It may not be possible to install on some type of vehicle. ! @ ● Determining the antenna installation location • The direction of the film antenna (accessory !) changes depending on whether the film antenna is installed on the right side or left side. • Be sure to check the installation location of the film antenna (accessory !) 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 (accessory @) to the ceramic line (black part) around the windscreen, as it will not stick sufficiently. • Check the cable routing of the film antenna (accessory !) and amplifier (accessory @) before pasting. ● Installation overview The antenna should be installed on the passenger side for safety. Antenna cable (3.5 m) English 77 Connection/Installation 78 When installing the antenna on the right side Ceramic line (black part) • Install the amplifier unit (accessory @) above the air bag so that the antenna and the air bag. 150 mm @ @ @ Earth sheet *30 mm! When installing the antenna on the left side Ceramic line (black part) 150 mm 30 mm ! Earth sheet * @ NOTE • *Where the earth sheet of Amplifier (accessory@) can be pasted on the metal part of the front pillar. #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 the front pillar cover is removed. Contact your vehicle dealer for details on replacing the front pillar cover and availability of replacement parts. Air bag Front pillar ● Determining the antenna installation location 1) Remove the front pillar cover of your car. Front pillar cover 2) Clean the windscreen with the supplied cleaner (accessory ~). • Wait until the glass surface is completely dry before pasting. • If the glass surface is cold, such as during winter, warm it with defroster or dryer. 3) Remove the first sheet (tag 1) of film antenna (accessory !) horizontally and paste the antenna on the front glass. Sheet (tag 1)! Front pillar cover Clip ~ Sheet (tag 1)! Sheet (tag 1)!

• Do not touch the pasting surface (adhesive side) of the film antenna (accessory !). 4) Rub the film antenna (accessory !) 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 (accessory !) vertically. Sheet (tag 2) 6) Match the protrusions of the amplifier unit (accessory @) with the T markings on the film antenna (accessory!) 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 ! @ Earth sheet Match the protrusion with the 5 mark Lead contact of the amplifier unit Lead terminal of the (metal part) film antenna (!) When installing the antenna on the left side Earth sheet @ ! 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 (accessory @). Front @ glass Front pillar 8) Wire the antenna cables. Use cord clamper (accessory =) to secure the antenna cable to the pillar in several places. 9) Reattach the front pillar cover. 10) Be sure not to damage the earth sheet and amplifier unit (accessory @) when reattaching. 11) Connect the amplifier unit (accessory @) to the DAB input terminal on the rear of the unit. 12) Set [Antenna Power] to [ON]. (P.41) Connection/Installation Font pillar cover Earth sheet English 79 Connection/Installation 80 Ñ Connecting wires to terminals ● DDX9018S/ DDX9018SM/ DDX9018DABS Fuse (15A) White Speaker impedance: 4-8 Ω Connect to the vehicle’s parking brake detection switch Accessory 1 harness. Light Green Purple (Parking sensor wire) (2 m) For best safety, be sure to connect the parking sensor. Ignition key switch Red (Ignition wire) When using the optional power amplifier, connect to its power control terminal. (Max. Yellow 200mA, 12V) (Battery wire) Car fuse box Battery ILLUMI ANT CONT 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. 300mA, 12V) To front left speaker White/Black Gray To front right speaker Gray/Black Green To rear left speaker Green/Black PRK SW REVERSE To rear right speaker Purple/Black If no connections are made, do not let the cable come out from the tab. Blue/White (Power control wire) Green/White Green/Red To CMOS-3xx series (Optional Accessory) camera control terminal Blue (Antenna control wire) P. CONT CAM+ Light Blue/Yellow (Steering remote control wire) Black (Ground wire) ¤ (To car chassis) REMOTE CONT STEERING REMOTE WHEEL INPUT To steering remote To use the steering wheel remote control feature, you need an exclusive remote adapter (not supplied) matched to your car. CAM– Orange/White (Dimmer control wire) Purple/White (Reverse sensor wire) (2 m) Connect to vehicle’s reverse lamp harness when using the optional rear view camera. To car light control switch


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