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1 CD RECEIVER KD-R506/KD-R505 ENGLISH KD-R506/KD-R505 For canceling the display demonstration, see page 7. For installation and connections, refer to the separate manual. INSTRUCTIONS GET A [UT]

2 ENGLISH Thank you for purchasing a JVC product. Please read all instructions carefully before operation, to ensure your complete understanding and to obtain the best possible performance from the unit. IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS 1. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT 2. CAUTION: Do not open the top cover. There are no user serviceable parts inside the unit; leave all servicing to qualified service personnel. 3. CAUTION: Visible and/or invisible class 1M laser radiation when open. Do not view directly with optical instruments. 4. REPRODUCTION OF LABEL: CAUTION LABEL, PLACED OUTSIDE THE UNIT. Warning: [European Union only] If you need to operate the unit while driving, be sure to look around carefully or you may be involved in a traffic accident. Caution on volume setting: Digital devices (CD/USB) produce very little noise compared with other sources. Lower the volume before playing these digital sources to avoid damaging the speakers by sudden increase of the output level. For safety... Do not raise the volume level too much, as this will block outside sounds, making driving dangerous. Stop the car before performing any complicated operations. Temperature inside the car... If you have parked the car for a long time in hot or cold weather, wait until the temperature in the car becomes normal before operating the unit. This mark is used to indicate... Turn the control dial to make a selection, then press to confirm the selection. 2

3 Detaching the control panel CONTENTS Detaching the control panel... 3 Attaching the control panel... 3 How to reset your unit... 3 How to forcibly eject a disc... 3 ENGLISH Attaching the control panel How to reset your unit OPERATIONS Basic operations... 4 Using the control panel... 4 Using the remote controller (RM-RK50)... 6 Preparation... 7 Listening to the radio... 8 Disc operations... 9 Listening to the USB device EXTERNAL DEVICES Listening to the other external components SETTINGS Selecting a preset sound mode Title assignment Menu operations Your preset adjustments will also be erased. How to forcibly eject a disc REFERENCES More about this unit Troubleshooting Maintenance Specifications You can forcibly eject the loaded disc even if the disc is locked. To lock/unlock the disc, see page 9. Be careful not to drop the disc when it ejects. If this does not work, reset your unit. 3

4 ENGLISH Basic operations Using the control panel 1 FM/AM: Select preset station. CD/USB: Select folder. 2 Turn on the power. Attenuate the sound (if the power is on). Turn off the power [Hold]. 3 Select the source. FM = AM * 2 = CD * 3 = USB = AUX IN * 2 = (back to the beginning) 4 Enter list operations. Enter Menu setting [Hold]. 5 Control the volume * 4 or select items [Turn]. Confirm the selection [Press]. FM: Enter SSM preset mode [Hold]. CD/USB: Enter playback mode [Hold]. Pause/resume playback * 4 [Press]. 6 Loading slot 7 Display window 8 Eject disc. 9 Select the sound mode. p Detach the panel. q Change the display information. w FM/AM: Search for station. CD/USB: Select track. e Return to the previous menu. r Remote sensor t AUX (auxiliary) input jack y USB (Universal Serial Bus) input jack * 1 Also known as Control dial in this manual. * 2 You cannot select these sources if they were disabled in the Menu (see SRC SELECT in Menu operations on page 16). * 3 You cannot select CD as the playback source if no disc is in the unit. * 4 You can still adjust the volume during pause when the selected source is CD/USB. Before resume playback, check to be sure that you have not raise the volume level too much. 4

5 Display window ENGLISH 1 Tr (track) indicator 2 Source display / Track number / Folder number / Time countdown indicator 3 DISC indicator 4 Sound mode indicators CLASSIC, HIP HOP, JAZZ, ROCK, POPS, USER 5 Playback mode / item indicators RND (random), (disc), (folder), RPT (repeat) 6 EQ (equalizer) indicator 7 LOUD (loudness) indicator 8 Disc information indicators TAG (Tag information), (track/file), (folder) 9 Main display p Tuner reception indicators ST (stereo), MO (monaural) OPERATIONS 5

6 ENGLISH Using the remote controller (RM-RK50) Installing the lithium coin battery (CR2025) Caution: Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type. Battery shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire, or the like. If the effectiveness of the remote controller decreases, replace the battery. Before using the remote controller: Aim the remote controller directly at the remote sensor on the unit. DO NOT expose the remote sensor to bright light (direct sunlight or artificial lighting). Remote sensor 1 Turns the power on if pressed briefly or attenuates the sound when the power is on. Turns the power off if pressed and held. 2 Changes the preset stations. Changes the folder of the MP3/WMA. 3 Adjusts the volume level. 4 Selects the sound mode. 5 Selects the source. 6 Searches for stations if pressed briefly. Fast-forwards or reverses the track if pressed and held. Changes the tracks if pressed briefly. Warning (to prevent accidents and damage): Do not install any battery other than CR2025 or its equivalent. Do not leave the remote controller in a place (such as dashboards) exposed to direct sunlight for a long time. Store the battery in a place where children cannot reach. Do not recharge, short, disassemble, heat the battery, or dispose of it in a fire. Do not leave the battery with other metallic materials. Do not poke the battery with tweezers or similar tools. Wrap the battery with tape and insulate when throwing away or saving it. 6

7 Preparation Canceling the display demonstration and setting the clock See also page Turn on the power. 2 Press and hold until the main menu is called up. [Turn] = [Press] Repeat this procedure. Cancel the display demonstrations Select DEMO, then DEMO OFF. Set the clock Select CLOCK = CLOCK SET. Adjust the hour, then press control dial once to proceed to adjust the minute. To return to the previous menu, press BACK. ENGLISH Changing the display information When the power is turned off: The current clock time is displayed if CLOCK DISP is set to CLOCK OFF, (see page 14). When the power is turned on: The display information of the current source changes as follows: FM/AM CD CD/USB Frequency = Clock = Station name * 1 = (back to the beginning) Audio CD/CD Text: Disc title/performer * 2 = Track title * 2 = Current track number with the elapsed playing time = Current track number with the clock time = (back to the beginning) MP3/WMA: Album name/performer (folder name) * 3 = Track title (file name) * 3 = Current track number with the elapsed playing time = Current track number with the clock time = (back to the beginning) * 1 If no title is assigned to a station, NO NAME appears. To assign a title to a station, see page 13. * 2 If the current disc is an audio CD, NO NAME appears. * 3 If an MP3/WMA file does not have Tag information or TAG DISPLAY is set to TAG OFF (see page 14), folder name and file name appear. OPERATIONS 7

8 Listening to the radio ENGLISH 1 Select FM or AM. 2 Search for a station to listen Auto Search. When a station is tuned in, searching stops. To stop searching, press the same button again. You can also search for a station manually Manual Search. Hold either one of the buttons until M flashes on the display, then press it repeatedly. When receiving an FM stereo broadcast with sufficient signal strength, the ST indicator lights up on the display. Improving the FM reception When an FM stereo broadcast is hard to receive, activate monaural mode for better reception. See also page 14. Storing stations in memory Automatic presetting (FM) SSM (Strongstation Sequential Memory) You can preset up to 18 stations for FM. 1 While listening to a station... [Turn] = [Press] 2 Select the preset number range you want to store. Reception improves, but stereo effect will be lost. The MO indicator lights up on the display. To restore the stereo effect, repeat the same procedure to select MONO OFF. The MO indicator goes off. 3 Local FM stations with the strongest signals are searched and stored automatically. To stop searching, press 4 /. To preset other 6 stations, repeat from step 1 again. 8

9 Manual presetting (FM/AM) You can preset up to 18 stations for FM and 6 stations for AM. Ex.: Storing FM station of MHz into preset number Selecting preset station ENGLISH or 2 Select preset number 04. [Turn] = [Press] Disc operations 1 Turn on the power. 2 Insert a disc. All tracks will be played repeatedly until you change the source or eject the disc. Stop playing and ejecting the disc Selecting a track/folder NO DISC appears. Press SRC to listen to another playback source. Prohibiting disc ejection [Turn] = [Press] To cancel the prohibition, repeat the same procedure. For MP3/WMA discs, select the desired folder, then the desired track by repeating the control dial procedures. To return to the previous menu, press BACK. Continued on the next page OPERATIONS 9

10 ENGLISH Pressing (or holding) the following buttons allows you to... [Press] Pause/resume playback. MP3/WMA: Select folder To cancel repeat play or random play, select RPT OFF or RND OFF. To return to the previous menu, press BACK. Listening to the USB device [Press] Select track [Hold] Reverse/fast-forward track Selecting the playback modes You can use only one of the following playback modes at a time. 1 This unit can play MP3/WMA tracks stored in a USB device. All tracks will be played repeatedly until you change the source or detach the USB device. USB input jack 2 [Turn] = [Press] REPEAT Ô RANDOM 3 [Turn] = [Press] REPEAT TRACK RPT FOLDER RPT RANDOM FOLDER RND ALL RND : Repeats current track : MP3/WMA: Repeats current folder : MP3/WMA: Randomly plays all tracks of current folder, then tracks of next folders : Randomly plays all tracks USB memory If a USB device has been attached... Playback starts from where it has been stopped previously. If a different USB device is currently attached, playback starts from the beginning. 10 OPERATIONS

11 To stop play and detach the USB device Straightly pull it out from the unit. Press SRC to listen to another playback source. You can operate the USB device in the same way you operate the files on a disc. (See pages 9 and 10.) Cautions: Avoid using the USB device if it might hinder your safety driving. Do not pull out and attach the USB device repeatedly while READING is shown on the display. Do not start the car engine if a USB device is connected. This unit may not be able to play the files depending on the type of USB device. Operation and power supply may not work as intended for some USB devices. You cannot connect a computer to the USB input terminal of the unit. Make sure all important data has been backed up to avoid losing the data. Do not leave a USB device in the car, expose to direct sunlight, or high temperature to avoid deformation or cause damages to the device. Some USB devices may not work immediately after you turn on the power. For more details about USB operations, see page 18. ENGLISH Listening to the other external components You can connect an external component to AUX (auxiliary) input jack on the control panel. Preparation: Make sure AUX ON is selected in the SRC SELECT = AUX IN setting, see page Select AUX IN. 2 Turn on the connected component and start playing the source. 3 Adjust the volume. 4 Adjust the sound as you want (see pages 12 and 13). Connecting an external component to the AUX input jack 3.5 mm stereo mini plug (not supplied) Portable audio player, etc. OPERATIONS & EXTERNAL DEVICES 11

12 Selecting a preset sound mode ENGLISH You can select a preset sound mode suitable to the music genre. See also page 14. Selecting from Menu. or [Turn] = [Press] Preset value setting for each sound mode See below and page 13 for USER settings. Preset value Sound BASS MIDDLE TREBLE LOUD mode Freq. Level Q Freq. Level Q Freq. Level Q (loudness) USER 60 Hz 00 Q khz 00 Q khz 00 ROCK 100 Hz +03 Q khz 00 Q khz +02 CLASSIC 80 Hz +01 Q khz 00 Q khz +03 POPS 100 Hz +02 Q khz +01 Q khz +02 OFF HIP HOP 60 Hz +04 Q khz 02 Q khz +01 JAZZ 80 Hz +03 Q khz 00 Q khz +03 Freq.: Frequency Q: Q-slope Storing your own sound mode You can store your own adjustments in memory. 1 Select USER for EQ. 2 While USER is shown on the display... [Turn] = [Press] 12

13 3 Select a tone. Title assignment [Turn] = [Press] You can assign titles to 30 station frequencies (FM and AM) using 8 characters (maximum) for each title. 1 Select FM or AM. ENGLISH 4 Adjust the sound elements of the selected tone. 2 Show the title entry screen. [Turn] = [Press] 1 Adjust the frequency. 2 Adjust the level. 3 Adjust the Q-slope. Sound elements Frequency Level Range/selectable items BASS MIDDLE TREBLE 60 Hz 80 Hz 100 Hz 200 Hz 06 to +06 Q Q1.0 Q1.25 Q1.5 Q khz 1.0 khz 1.5 khz 2.5 khz 06 to +06 Q0.75 Q1.0 Q khz 12.5 khz 15.0 khz 17.5 khz 06 to +06 Fixed 5 Repeat steps 3 and 4 to adjust other sound characteristics. The adjustment made will be stored automatically. 3 Assign a title. 1 Select a character. 2 Move to the next (or previous) character position. 3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 until you finish entering the title. 4 Finish the procedure. To erase the entire title In step 2 above... SETTINGS 13

14 Menu operations ENGLISH 1 Call up the menu. 2 Select the desired item. 3 Repeat step 2 if necessary. To return to the previous menu, [Turn] = [Press] press BACK. To exit from the menu, press DISP or MENU. Category Menu items Selectable settings, [reference page] DEMO CLOCK EQ DISPLAY TUNER DEMO Display demonstration CLOCK DISP * 1 Clock display CLOCK SET Clock setting EQ Equalizer DIMMER Dimmer SCROLL* 2 Scroll TAG DISPLAY Tag display MONO * 3 Monaural mode DEMO ON DEMO OFF CLOCK ON CLOCK OFF Initial: Underlined : Display demonstration will be activated automatically if no operation is done for about 20 seconds, [7]. : Cancels. : Clock time is shown on the display at all times when the power is turned off. : Cancels; pressing DISP will show the clock time for about 5 seconds when the power is turned off, [7]. : Adjust the hour, then the minute, [7]. (Initial: 1:00) : Select a preset sound mode suitable to the music genre. USER, ROCK, CLASSIC, POPS, HIP HOP, JAZZ DIMMER ON DIMMER OFF SCROLL ONCE SCROLL AUTO SCROLL OFF : Dims the display and button illumination. : Cancels. : Scrolls the displayed information once. : Repeats scrolling (at 5-second intervals). : Cancels. Pressing DISP for more than one second can scroll the display regardless of the setting. TAG ON TAG OFF MONO ON MONO OFF : Shows the Tag information while playing MP3/WMA tracks. : Cancels. : Activate monaural mode to improve FM reception, but stereo effect will be lost, [8]. : Restore the stereo effect. * 1 If the power supply is not interrupted by turning off the ignition key of your car, it is recommended to select CLOCK OFF to save the car s battery. * 2 Some characters or symbols will not be shown correctly (or will be blanked) on the display. * 3 Displayed only when the source is FM. 14

15 Category Menu items Selectable settings, [reference page] TUNER AUDIO IF BAND Intermediate frequency band FADER* 4, * 5 Fader BALANCE * 5 Balance LOUD Loudness VOL ADJUST Volume adjust L/O MODE Line output mode SUB.W FREQ * 6 Subwoofer cutoff frequency SUB.W LEVEL * 6 Subwoofer level BEEP Key touch tone AMP GAIN * 7 Amplifier gain control AUTO WIDE R06 F06 L06 R06 LOUD OFF LOUD ON VOL ADJ 05 VOL ADJ +05 (Initial: VOL ADJ 00) SUB.W REAR LOW MID HIGH SUB.W 00 SUB.W 08 BEEP OFF BEEP ON LOW POWER HIGH POWER : Increases the tuner selectivity to reduce interference noises between adjacent stations. (Stereo effect may be lost.) : Subject to interference noises from adjacent stations, but sound quality will not be degraded and the stereo effect will remain. : Adjust the front and rear speaker output balance. (Initial: 00) : Adjust the left and right speaker output balance. (Initial: 00) : Cancels. : Boost low and high frequencies to produce a well-balanced sound at a low volume level. : Preset the volume adjustment level of each source (except FM), compared to the FM volume level. The volume level will automatically increase or decrease when you change the source. Before making an adjustment, select the source you want to adjust. VOL ADJ FIX appears on the display if FM is selected as the source. : Select if the REAR LINE OUT terminals are used for connecting a subwoofer (through an external amplifier). : Select if the REAR LINE OUT terminals are used for connecting the speakers (through an external amplifier). : Frequencies lower than 72 Hz are sent to the subwoofer. : Frequencies lower than 111 Hz are sent to the subwoofer. : Frequencies lower than 157 Hz are sent to the subwoofer. : Adjust the subwoofer output level. (Initial: SUB.W 04) : Deactivates the key touch tone. : Activates the key touch tone. : VOLUME 00 VOLUME 30 (Select if the maximum power of each speaker is less than 50 W to prevent damaging the speaker.) : VOLUME 00 VOLUME 50 * 4 If you are using a two-speaker system, set the fader level to 00. * 5 This adjustment will not affect the subwoofer output. * 6 Displayed only when L/O MODE is set to SUB.W. * 7 The volume level automatically changes to VOLUME 30 if you change to LOW POWER with the volume level set higher than VOLUME 30. Continued on the next page SETTINGS 15 ENGLISH

16 ENGLISH Category Menu items Selectable settings, [reference page] SRC SELECT AM * 8 AM station AUX IN * 9 Auxiliary input AM OFF AM ON AUX OFF AUX ON : Disable AM in source selection. : Enable AM in source selection, [4]. : Disable AUX IN in source selection. : Enable AUX IN in source selection, [4]. * 8 Displayed only when any source other than AM is selected. * 9 Displayed only when any source other than AUX IN is selected. More about this unit Basic operations Turning on the power By pressing SRC button on the unit, you can also turn on the power. If the source is ready, playback also starts. Turning off the power If you turn off the power while listening to a track, playback will start from where it had been stopped previously next time you turn on the power. General If you change the source while listening to a disc, playback stops. Next time you select CD as the playback source, playback will start from where it had been stopped previously. If no operation is done for about 30 seconds after pressing MENU button, the operation will be canceled. Tuner operations Storing stations in memory During SSM search... All previously stored stations are erased and the stations are stored anew. When SSM is over, the station stored in the lowest preset number will be automatically tuned in. When storing a station manually, the previously preset station is erased when a new station is stored in the same preset number. Disc operations Caution for DualDisc playback The Non-DVD side of a DualDisc does not comply with the Compact Disc Digital Audio standard. Therefore, the use of Non-DVD side of a DualDisc on this product may not be recommended. General This unit has been designed to reproduce CDs/CD Texts, and CD-Rs (Recordable)/CD-RWs (Rewritable) in audio CD (CD-DA), MP3/WMA formats. When a disc is inserted upside down, PLEASE and EJECT appear alternately on the display. Press 0 to eject the disc. MP3 and WMA tracks (words file and track are used interchangeably) are recorded in folders. While fast-forwarding or reversing on an MP3 or WMA disc, you can only hear intermittent sounds. 16 SETTINGS & REFERENCES

17 Playing a CD-R or CD-RW Use only finalized CD-Rs or CD-RWs. This unit can only play back files of the same type as those detected first if a disc includes both audio CD (CD-DA) files and MP3/WMA files. This unit can play back multi-session discs; however, unclosed sessions will be skipped while playing. Some CD-Rs or CD-RWs may not play back on this unit because of their disc characteristics, or for the following reasons: Discs are dirty or scratched. Moisture condensation has occurred on the lens inside the unit. The pickup lens inside the unit is dirty. The files on the CD-R/CD-RW are written using the Packet Write method. There are improper recording conditions (missing data, etc.) or media conditions (stained, scratched, warped, etc.). CD-RWs may require a longer readout time since the reflectance of CD-RWs is lower than that of regular CDs. Do not use the following CD-Rs or CD-RWs: Discs with stickers, labels, or a protective seal stuck to the surface. Discs on which labels can be directly printed by an ink jet printer. Using these discs under high temperature or high humidity may cause malfunctions or damage to the unit. Playing an MP3/WMA disc This unit can play back MP3/WMA files with the extension code <.mp3> or <.wma> (regardless of the letter case upper/lower). This unit can show the names of albums, artists (performer), and Tag (Version 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3, or 2.4) for MP3 files and for WMA files. This unit can display only one-byte characters. No other characters can be correctly displayed. This unit can play back MP3/WMA files meeting the conditions below: Bit rate of MP3: 32 kbps 320 kbps Sampling frequency of MP3: 32 khz, 44.1 khz, 48 khz (for MPEG-1) 16 khz, khz, 24 khz (for MPEG-2) Bit rate of WMA: 32 kbps 320 kbps Sampling frequency of WMA: khz, 32 khz, 44.1 khz, 48 khz Disc format: ISO 9660 Level 1/Level 2, Romeo, Joliet, Windows extension. The maximum number of characters for file/folder names vary depending on the disc format used (includes 4 extension characters <.mp3> or <.wma>). ISO 9660 Level 1: up to 12 characters ISO 9660 Level 2: up to 31 characters Romeo: up to 64 characters Joliet: up to 32 characters Windows extension: up to 64 characters This unit can recognize a total of 512 files, 255 folders, and 8 hierarchical levels. This unit can play back files recorded in VBR (variable bit rate). Files recorded in VBR have a discrepancy in the elapsed time display, and do not show the actual elapsed time. In particular, this difference becomes noticeable after performing the search function. This unit cannot play back the following files: MP3 files encoded in MP3i and MP3 PRO format. MP3 files encoded in an inappropriate format. MP3 files encoded with Layer 1/2. WMA files encoded in lossless, professional, and voice format. WMA files which are not based upon Windows Media Audio. WMA files copy-protected with DRM. Files which have data such as AIFF, ATRAC3, etc. The search function works but search speed is not constant. ENGLISH Continued on the next page REFERENCES 17

18 ENGLISH Playing MP3/WMA tracks from a USB device While playing from a USB device, the playback order may differ from other players. This unit may be unable to play back some USB devices or some files due to their characteristics or recording conditions. Depending on the shape of the USB devices and connection ports, some USB devices may not be attached properly or the connection might be loose. Connect one USB mass storage class device to the unit at a time. Do not use a USB hub. If the connected USB device does not have the correct files, CANNOT PLAY appears. This unit can show Tag (Version 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3, or 2.4) for MP3 files and for WMA files. This unit can play back MP3/WMA files meeting the conditions below: Bit rate of MP3: 32 kbps 320 kbps Sampling frequency of MP3: 32 khz, 44.1 khz, 48 khz (for MPEG-1) 16 khz, khz, 24 khz (for MPEG-2) Bit rate of WMA: 32 kbps 320 kbps Sampling frequency of WMA: khz, 32 khz, 44.1 khz, 48 khz This unit can play back MP3 files recorded in VBR (variable bit rate). The maximum number of characters for: Folder names : 32 characters File names : 32 characters MP3 Tag : 64 characters WMA Tag : 32 characters This unit can recognize a total of files, 255 folders (255 files per folder including folder without unsupported files), and of 8 hierarchies. This unit does not support SD card reader. This unit cannot recognize a USB device whose rating is other than 5 V and exceeds 500 ma. USB devices equipped with special functions such as data security functions cannot be used with the unit. Do not use a USB device with 2 or more partitions. This unit may not recognized a USB device connected through a USB card reader. This unit may not play back files in a USB device properly when using a USB extension cord. This unit cannot play back the following files: MP3 files encoded with MP3i and MP3 PRO format. MP3 files encoded in an inappropriate format. MP3 files encoded with Layer 1/2. WMA files encoded in lossless, professional, and voice format. WMA files not based on Windows Media Audio. Ejecting a disc or removing a USB device If the ejected disc is not removed within 15 seconds, it is automatically inserted into the loading slot again to protect it from dust. After ejecting a disc or removing a USB device, NO DISC or NO USB appears and you cannot operate some of the buttons. Insert another disc, reattach a USB device, or press SRC to select another playback source. Title assignment If you try to assign titles to more than 30 station frequencies, NAME FULL appears. Delete unwanted titles before assignment. Menu operations If you change the AMP GAIN setting from HIGH POWER to LOW POWER while the volume level is set higher than VOLUME 30, the unit automatically changes the volume level to VOLUME

19 Troubleshooting What appears to be trouble is not always serious. Check the following points before calling a service center. General Symptoms Remedies/Causes Sound cannot be heard from the speakers. Adjust the volume to the optimum level. Check the cords and connections. The unit does not work at all. Reset the unit (see page 3). AUX IN cannot be selected. Check the SRC SELECT = AUX IN setting (see page 16). SSM automatic presetting does not work. Store stations manually. ENGLISH FM/AM Discs in general Static noise while listening to the radio. AM cannot be selected. Disc cannot be played back. CD-R/CD-RW cannot be played back. Tracks on the CD-R/CD-RW cannot be skipped. Connect the antenna firmly. Check the SRC SELECT = AM setting (see page 16). Insert the disc correctly. Insert a finalized CD-R/CD-RW. Finalize the CD-R/CD-RW with the component which you used for recording. Disc can neither be played back nor ejected. Unlock the disc (see page 9). Eject the disc forcibly (see page 3). Disc sound is sometimes interrupted. Stop playback while driving on rough roads. Change the disc. Check the cords and connections. NO DISC appears on the display. Insert a playable disc into the loading slot. MP3/WMA playback PLEASE and EJECT appear alternately on the display. Disc cannot be played back. Noise is generated. Press 0, then insert a disc correctly. Use a disc with MP3/WMA tracks recorded in a format compliant with ISO 9660 Level 1, Level 2, Romeo, or Joliet. Add the extension code <.mp3> or <.wma> to the file names. Skip to another track or change the disc. (Do not add the extension code <.mp3> or <.wma> to non-mp3 or WMA tracks.) Continued on the next page REFERENCES 19

20 ENGLISH MP3/WMA playback USB device playback Symptoms A longer readout time is required ( READING keeps flashing on the display). Tracks do not play back in the order you have intended them to play. The elapsed playing time is not correct. NO FILE appears on the display. The correct characters are not displayed (e.g. album name). Noise is generated. READING keeps flashing on the display. NO FILE appears on the display. Tracks/folders are not played back in the order you have intended. CANNOT PLAY flashes on the display. NO USB appears on the display. The unit cannot detect the USB device. Correct characters are not displayed (e.g. album name). While playing a track, sound is sometimes interrupted. Remedies/Causes Do not use too many hierarchical levels and folders. The playback order is determined when the files are recorded. This sometimes occurs during playback. This is caused by how the tracks are recorded on the disc. Selected folder is an empty folder*. Select another folder that contains MP3/WMA tracks. * Folder that is physically empty or folder that contains data but does not contain valid MP3/WMA track. This unit can only display letters (upper case), numbers, and a limited number of symbols. The track played back is not an MP3/WMA track. Skip to another file. (Do not add the extension code <.mp3> or <.wma> to non-mp3 or WMA tracks.) Readout time varies depending on the USB device. Do not use too many hierarchy or folders. Turn off the power then on again. Reattach the USB device again. Selected folder is an empty folder*. Select another folder that contains MP3/WMA tracks. * Folder that is physically empty or folder that contains data but does not contain valid MP3/WMA track. The playback order is determined by the write-in time stamp. The first track/folder written into the USB device will be the first track/folder for playback. Attach a USB device that contains tracks encoded in an appropriate format. Reattach the USB device again. This unit can only display alphabets (upper case), numbers, and a limited number of symbols. The MP3/WMA tracks have not been properly copied into the USB device. Copy MP3/WMA tracks again into the USB device, and try again. Microsoft and Windows Media are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. 20

21 Maintenance How to clean the connectors Frequent detachment will deteriorate the connectors. To minimize this possibility, periodically wipe the connectors with a cotton swab or cloth moistened with alcohol, being careful not to damage the connectors. To keep discs clean A dirty disc may not play correctly. If a disc does become dirty, wipe it with a soft cloth in a straight line from center to edge. Do not use any solvents (for example, conventional record cleaner, spray, thinner, benzine, etc.) to clean discs. ENGLISH Connectors Moisture condensation Moisture may condense on the lens inside the unit in the following cases: After starting the heater in the car. If it becomes very humid inside the car. Should this occur, the unit may malfunction. In this case, eject the disc and leave the unit turned on for a few hours until the moisture has evaporated. How to handle discs When removing a disc from its case, press down the center holder of the case and lift the disc out, holding it by the edges. Center holder Always hold the disc by the edges. Do not touch its recording surface. When storing a disc in its case, gently insert the disc around the center holder (with the printed surface facing up). Make sure to store discs in cases after use. To play new discs New discs may have some rough spots around the inner and outer edges. If such a disc is used, this unit may reject the disc. To remove these rough spots, rub the edges with a pencil or ball-point pen, etc. Do not use the following discs: Single CD (8 cm disc) Warped disc Sticker and sticker residue Unusual shape Transparent or semitransparent parts on its recording area Stick-on label C-thru Disc (semitransparent disc) REFERENCES 21

22 Specifications ENGLISH AUDIO AMPLIFIER SECTION Maximum Power Output: Front/Rear: 50 W per channel Continuous Power Output (RMS): Front/Rear: 19 W per channel into 4 Ω, 40 Hz to Hz at no more than 0.8% total harmonic distortion. Load Impedance: 4 Ω (4 Ω to 8 Ω allowance) Tone Control Range: Bass: ±12 db (60 Hz, 80 Hz, 100 Hz, 200 Hz) Q1.0, Q1.25, Q1.5, Q2.0 Middle: ±12 db (0.5 khz, 1.0 khz, 1.5 khz, 2.5 khz) Q0.75, Q1.0, Q1.25 Treble: ±12 db (10.0 khz, 12.5 khz, 15.0 khz, 17.5 khz) Q = Fixed Frequency Response: 40 Hz to Hz Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 70 db Line-Out Level/Impedance: 2.5 V/20 kω load (full scale) Output Impedance: 1 kω Subwoofer-Out Level/Impedance: 2.5 V/20 kω load (full scale) Other Terminal: USB input jack, AUX (auxiliary) input jack TUNER SECTION Frequency Range: FM: 87.5 MHz to MHz AM: 531 khz to khz FM Tuner Usable Sensitivity: 11.3 dbf (1.0 μv/75 Ω) 50 db Quieting Sensitivity: 16.3 dbf (1.8 μv/75 Ω) Alternate Channel Selectivity (400 khz): 65 db Frequency Response: 40 Hz to Hz Stereo Separation: 30 db AM Tuner Sensitivity: 20 μv Selectivity: 35 db 22

23 CD PLAYER SECTION Type: Signal Detection System: Number of Channels: Frequency Response: Dynamic Range: Signal-to-Noise Ratio: Wow and Flutter: MP3 Decoding Format: (MPEG1/2 Audio Layer 3) WMA (Windows Media Audio) Decoding Format: Compact disc player Non-contact optical pickup (semiconductor laser) 2 channels (stereo) 5 Hz to Hz 96 db 98 db Less than measurable limit Max. Bit Rate: 320 kbps Max. Bit Rate: 320 kbps ENGLISH USB SECTION USB Standard: USB 1.1, USB 2.0 Data Transfer Rate (Full Speed): Max. 12 Mbps Compatible Device: Mass storage class Compatible File System: FAT 32/16/12 Playable Audio Format: MP3/WMA Max. Current: DC 5 V 500 ma GENERAL Power Requirement: Operating Voltage: DC 14.4 V (11 V to 16 V allowance) Grounding System: Negative ground Allowable Operating Temperature: 0 C to +40 C Dimensions (W H D): (approx.) Installation Size: 182 mm 52 mm 160 mm Panel Size: 188 mm 58 mm 6 mm Mass: 1.3 kg (excluding accessories) Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. REFERENCES 23

24 JVC M []... CD/USB... 2

25 RM-RK USB

26 1 FM/AM CD/USB 2 [] 3 FM = AM * 2 = CD * 3 = USB = AUX IN * 2 = 4 [] 5 * 4 [] [] FM SSM [] CD/USB[] * 4 [] p q w FM/AM CD/USB e r t AUX y USB * 1 * 2 16 SRC SELECT * 3 CD * 4 CD/USB 4

27 1 Tr 2 3 DISC 4 CLASSICHIP HOP JAZZ ROCKPOPSUSER 5 RND RPT 6 EQ 7 LOUD 8 TAG 9 p ST MO 5

28 RM-RK50 CR MP3/WMA CR2025 6

29 [] = [] DEMODEMO OFF CLOCK=CLOCK SET BACK CLOCK DISPCLOCK OFF 14 FM/AM = = * 1 = CD CD/USB CD/CD * 2 = * 2 = = = MP3/WMA * 3 = * 3 = = = * 1 NO NAME 13 * 2 CD NO NAME * 3 MP3/WMA TAG DISPLAY TAG OFF 14 7

30 1 FM AM 2 M FM ST FM FM 14 (FM) SSM 18 FM 1... [] = [] 2 MO MONO OFFMO 3 FM 4 / 6 1 8

31 FMAM 18 FM 6 AM MHz FM [] = [] 1 2 NO DISC SRC [] = [] MP3/WMA BACK 9

32 ... [] RPT OFFRND OFF BACK MP3/WMA [] [] 1 USB USB MP3/WMA USB USB 2 [] = [] REPEAT Ô RANDOM 3 [] = [] REPEAT TRACK RPT FOLDER RPT RANDOM FOLDER RND ALL RND MP3/WMA MP3/WMA USB USB... USB 10

33 USB SRC USB 9 10 USB READING USB USB USB USB USB USB USB USB USB 18 AUX SRC SELECT =AUX INAUX ON 16 1 AUX IN AUX 3.5 mm 11

34 14 [] = [] 13 USER BASS MIDDLE TREBLE LOUD Freq. Level Q Freq. Level Q Freq. Level Q USER 60 Hz 00 Q khz 00 Q khz 00 ROCK 100 Hz +03 Q khz 00 Q khz +02 CLASSIC 80 Hz +01 Q khz 00 Q khz +03 POPS 100 Hz +02 Q khz +01 Q khz +02 OFF HIP HOP 60 Hz +04 Q khz 02 Q khz +01 JAZZ 80 Hz +03 Q khz 00 Q khz +03 Freq. QQ- 1 EQUSER 2 USER... [] = [] 12

35 3 [] = [] 30 FM AM 8 1 FMAM 4 [] = [] Q- 60 Hz 80 Hz 100 Hz 200 Hz Q Q1.0 Q1.25 Q1.5 Q2.0 BASS MIDDLE TREBLE 0.5 khz 1.0 khz 1.5 khz 2.5 khz Q0.75 Q1.0 Q khz 12.5 khz 15.0 khz 17.5 khz

36 [] DEMO CLOCK EQ DISPLAY TUNER DEMO CLOCK DISP * 1 CLOCK SET EQ DIMMER SCROLL* 2 TAG DISPLAY MONO * 3 DEMO ON 20 [7] DEMO OFF CLOCK ON CLOCK OFF DISP 5 [7] : [7] 1:00 : USERROCKCLASSICPOPSHIP HOPJAZZ DIMMER ON DIMMER OFF SCROLL ONCE SCROLL AUTO 5 SCROLL OFF DISP 1 TAG ON MP3/WMA TAG OFF MONO ON MONO OFF [] = [] BACK DISP MENU FM [8] * 1 CLOCK OFF * 2 * 3 FM 14

37 [] TUNER IF BAND AUTO WIDE FADER* 4, * 5 BALANCE * 5 LOUD R06 F06 L06 R06 LOUD OFF LOUD ON VOL ADJUST VOL ADJ 05 VOL ADJ +05 VOL ADJ 00 FM FM FMVOL ADJ FIX AUDIO L/O MODE SUB.W REAR REAR LINE OUT REAR LINE OUT SUB.W FREQ * 6 LOW MID HIGH 72 Hz 111 Hz 157 Hz SUB.W LEVEL * 6 SUB.W 00 SUB.W 08 : SUB.W 04 BEEP BEEP OFF BEEP ON AMP GAIN * 7 LOW POWER HIGH POWER VOLUME 00 VOLUME W VOLUME 00 VOLUME 50 * 4 00 * 5 * 6 L/O MODE SUB.W * 7 VOLUME 30 LOW POWER VOLUME 30 15

38 [] SRC SELECT AM * 8 AM AUX IN * 9 AM OFF AM ON AUX OFF AUX ON : AM : AM[4] : AUX IN : AUX IN[4] * 8 AM * 9 AUX IN SRC CD MENU 30 SSM... SSM DualDisc DVD CD DVD CDCD-DAMP3 WMA CD CD CD-R CD-RW PLEASE EJECT 0 MP3 WMA MP3 WMA 16

39 CD-R CD-RW CD-R CD-RW CDCD-DA MP3/ WMA CD-R CD-RW CD-R/CD-RW CD-RW CD CD-RW CD-R CD-RW MP3/WMA <.mp3> <.wma> MP3/WMA MP3 WMA MP3/WMA MP3 32 kbps 320 kbps MP3 32 khz44.1 khz48 khz MPEG-1 16 khz22.05 khz24 khz MPEG-2 WMA 32 kbps 320 kbps WMA khz32 khz 44.1 khz48 khz ISO 9660 Level 1/Level 2Romeo JolietWindows 4 <.mp3> <.wma> ISO 9660 Level 1 12 ISO 9660 Level 2 31 Romeo 64 Joliet 32 Windows VBR VBR MP3i MP3 PRO MP3 MP3 1/2 MP3 WMA Windows Media Audio WMA DRM WMA AIFFATRAC3 17

40 USB MP3/WMA USB USB USB USB USB USB USB CANNOT PLAY MP3 WMA MP3/WMA MP3 32 kbps 320 kbps MP3 32 khz44.1 khz48 khz ( MPEG-1) 16 khz22.05 khz24 khz ( MPEG-2) WMA 32 kbps 320 kbps WMA khz32 khz 44.1 khz48 khz VBR MP MP3 64 WMA SD 5 V 500 ma USB USB 2 USB USB USB USB USB MP3i MP3 PRO MP3 MP3 1/2 MP3 WMA Windows Media Audio WMA USB 15 USB NO DISC NO USB USB SRC 30 NAME FULL VOLUME 30 AMP GAINHIGH POWER LOW POWER VOLUME 30 18

41 AUX IN 3 SRC SELECT =AUX IN 16 SSM FM/AM AM SRC SELECT =AM 16 CD-R/CD-RW CD-R/CD-RW CD-R/CD-RW CD-R/CD-RW 9 3 NO DISC PLEASEEJECT 0 MP3/WMA ISO 9660 Level 1Level 2Romeo Joliet MP3/WMA <.mp3> <.wma> MP3 WMA <.mp3> <.wma> 19

42 READING MP3/WMA NO FILE * MP3/WMA * MP3/WMA MP3/WMA MP3 WMA <.mp3> <.wma> READING USB USB USB NO FILE * MP3/WMA * MP3/WMA USB CANNOT PLAY NO USB USB USB USB MP3/WMA USB MP3/WMA USB Microsoft Windows Media 20

43 CD8 C-thru 21

44 50 W RMS 19 W 40 Hz Hz 4 Ω 0.8% 4 Ω4 Ω 8 Ω ±12 db60 Hz80 Hz100 Hz 200 Hz Q1.0Q1.25Q1.5Q2.0 ±12 db0.5 khz1.0 khz1.5 khz 2.5 khz Q0.75Q1.0Q1.25 ±12 db10.0 khz12.5 khz15.0 khz 17.5 khz Q = Fixed 40 Hz Hz 70 db 2.5 V/20 kω 1 kω 2.5 V/20 kω USB AUX FM 87.5 MHz MHz AM 531 khz khz FM 11.3 dbf1.0 μv/75 Ω 50 db 16.3 dbf1.8 μv/75 Ω 400 khz: 65 db 40 Hz Hz 30 db AM 20 μv 35 db 22

45 CD MP3 MPEG1/2 Audio Layer 3 WMAWindows Media Audio 2 5 Hz Hz 96 db 98 db 320 kbps 320 kbps USB USB USB 1.1USB Mbps FAT 32/16/12 MP3/WMA DC 5 V 500 ma DC 14.4 V11 V 16 V 0 C +40 C 182 mm 52 mm 160 mm 188 mm 58 mm 6 mm 1.3 kg 23

46 Having TROUBLE with operation? Please reset your unit Refer to page of How to reset your unit EN, CT 2008 Victor Company of Japan, Limited 1008DTSMDTJEIN