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DDX6015BT DDX315 DDX4015BT DDX315M DDX415BT DDX615WBT DDX415BTM DDX615WBTM MONITOR WITH DVD

DDX6015BT

DDX315

DDX4015BT

DDX315M

DDX415BT

DDX615WBT

DDX415BTM

DDX615WBTM

MONITOR WITH DVD RECEIVER

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

DDX615WBTM MONITOR WITH DVD RECEIVER INSTRUCTION MANUAL This instruction manual is used to describe models listed

This instruction manual is used to describe models listed below. Model availability and features (functions) may differ depending on the country and sales area.

• Region 2 (DVD Region Code 2 area)

• Region 3 (DVD Region Code 3 area)

• Region 4 (DVD Region Code 4 area)

3 (DVD Region Code 3 area) • Region 4 (DVD Region Code 4 area) © 2014

© 2014 JVC KENWOOD Corporation

B5A-0215-00 (MN/M2N/XN)

CONTENTSCONTENTS

B EF ORE US E

2

H ow to reset your unit

3

INITIAL S E TTIN GS

4

BASICS

6

C omponent names and functions

6

C ommon operations

8

C ommon screen operations

10

Selecting the playback source

11

DISCS

12

USB

16

i P od/ i P hone

17

A PP s

20

P andora® (On l y for DDX4015BT)

2 1

TUNE R

2 3

OTHER E XT ERNAL COM PON E NTS

27

Using external audio/video players—A V- IN

27

Using a rear view camera

28

Using the external navigation unit

29

BLU ETOOT H (Onl y for DDX 6 015BT / DDX4015BT/ DDX415BT / DDX415BTM/ DDX 6 15WBT /

DDX 6 15WBTM)

S E TTING S Sound adjustment Adjustment for video playback C hanging display design C ustomizing the < TO P M E NU > screen C ustomizing the system settings Setting menu items

R EMOT E CONTROLLER

CONN E CTION / INSTALLATION

R

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44

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50

EFER ENC E S

aintenance

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55

E

Troubleshooting 59 Specifications 62

58

M

M

ore information

rror message list

H ow to read this manual:

Illustrations of DD X6015BT are mainly used for explanation. The displays and panels shown in this manual are examples used to provide clear explanations of the operations. For this reason, they may be different from the actual displays or panels.

• This manual mainly explains operations using the buttons on the monitor panel and touch panel. For operations using the remote controller ( RC - DV340: supplied only for DD X6015BT/ DDX415BT/ DD X415BT M/DD X315/ DD X315M/ DD X615 WBT/ DD X615 W BT M ), see page 47.

< > indicates the various screens/menus/operations/settings that appear on the touch panel.

[ ] indicates the buttons on the touch panel.

Indication l anguage : E nglish indications are used for the purpose of explanation. You can select the indication language from the < Setup > menu. (Page 46)

• Updated information (the latest I nstruction M anual, system updates, new functions, etc.) is available from <http://www.kenwood.com/cs/ce/>.

BEFOREBEFORE USEUSE

IM PORTANT To ensure proper use, please read through this manual before using this product. I t is especially important that you read and observe WA RNIN GS and C AUT IONS in this manual. Please keep the manual in a safe and accessible place for future reference.

V WARNIN G S: (To prevent accidents and damage)

DO NO T install any unit or wire any cable in a location where;

– it may obstruct the steering wheel and gearshift lever operations.

– it may obstruct the operation of safety devices such as air bags.

– it may obstruct visibility.

DO NO T operate the unit while driving.

I f you need to operate the unit while driving, be sure to look around carefully.

• The driver must not watch the monitor while driving.

The mark ing of products using lasers

while driving. The mar k ing of products using l asers The label is attached to

The label is attached to the chassis/case and says that the component uses laser beams that have been classified as C lass 1. I t means that the unit is utilizing laser beams that are of a weaker class. There is no danger of hazardous radiation outside the unit.

F or K a z a k hstan (DDX415BTM/ DDX315M/ DDX 6 15WBTM)

Дата изготовления ( месяц / год ) находится на этикетке
Дата изготовления ( месяц / год ) находится на этикетке
Дата изготовления ( месяц / год ) находится на этикетке

Дата изготовления ( месяц / год ) находится на этикетке устройства .

изготовления ( месяц / год ) находится на этикетке устройства .

BEFOREBEFORE USEUSE

For DDX415BTM/ DDX 615WBTM

BEFORE BEFORE USE USE F or DDX415BTM / DDX 6 15WBTM Dec l aration of Conformity

Dec laration of Conformity with regard to the E MC Directive 2 004/10 8/EC

Dec laration of Conformity with regard to the R& TT E Directive 1 999/ 5/EC Dec laration of Conformity with regard to the Ro H S Directive 2 011/6 5/EU Manufacturer:

J VC K ENWOOD C orporation

3-12 M oriya-cho, Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama-shi,

Kanagawa, 221-0022, Japan E U Representative :

J VCK ENWOOD NEDER LA ND B.V .

Amsterdamseweg 37, 1422 AC UI T HOORN , The

N etherlands

E nglish

Hereby, J VC K ENWOOD declares that this unit

DD X415BTM /DD X615W BT M ” is in compliance

with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of D irective 1999/5/ EC .

Türkçe

Bu vesileyle J VC K ENWOOD , “DD X415BT M/ DD X615 W BT M ” ünitesinin,1999/5/EC D irektifinin baş lıca gereksinimleri ve di ğer ilgili hükümleri ile uyumlu oldu ğ unu beyan eder.

For DDX315M
For DDX315M

Dec laration of Conformity with regard to the E MC Directive 2 004/10 8/EC Dec laration of Conformity with regard to the Ro H S Directive 2 011/6 5/EU

Manufacturer:

JVC KENWOOD Corporation 3-12 M oriya-cho, Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa, 221-0022, Japan

E U Representative :

JVC K ENWOOD NEDER LA ND B. V . Amsterdamseweg 37, 1422 AC U IT HOORN , The Netherlands

For Turkey Bu ürün 28300 sayılı R esmi Gazete’de yayımlanan Atik E lektrikli ve Elektronik Eş yalarin Kontrolü Yönetmeli ğe uygun olarak üretilmi ş tir.

Es k i El e k tri k ve Ele k troni k Ek ipman l arı n İ mha Edi lmesi Ha kkı nda Bi l gi (ayrı at ık topl ama sistem lerini k ull anan ülke leri i ç in uygu l anabi lir) Sembollü (üzerinde çarpı i şareti olan çöp

l ir) Sembollü (üzerinde çarpı i ş areti olan çöp kutusu) ürünler ev atıkları olarak atılamaz.

kutusu) ürünler ev atıkları olarak atılamaz. Eski elektrik ve elektronik ekipmanlar, bu ürünleri ve ürün atıklarını geri dönüştürebilecek bir tesiste

değerlendirilmelidir. Yaşadığınız bölgeye en yakın geri dönüşüm tesisinin yerini öğrenmek için yerel makamlara müracaat edin. Uygun geri dönüşüm ve atık imha yöntemi sağğımız ve çevremiz üzerindeki zararlı etkileri önlerken kaynakların korunmasına da yardımcı olacaktır. V Cautions on the monitor :

• The monitor built into this unit has been produced with high precision, but it may have some ineffective dots. This is inevitable and is not considered defective.

Do not expose the monitor to direct sunlight.

Do not operate the touch panel using a ball-point pen or similar tool with a sharp tip. Touch the buttons on the touch panel with your finger directly (if you are wearing a glove, take it off).

When the temperature is very cold or very hot

Chemical changes occur inside, causing malfunction.

– Pictures may not appear clearly or may move slowly. Pictures may not be synchronized with the sound or picture quality may decline in such environments.

F

or safety

Do not raise the volume level too much, as this will make driving dangerous by blocking outside sounds, and may cause hearing loss.

Stop the car before performing any complicated operations.

Temperature inside the car I f 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.

H ow to reset your unit

I f the unit fails to operate properly, press the reset button. DDX 6 015BT

DDX4015BT / DDX415BT/ DDX415BTM /DDX315 / DDX315M
DDX4015BT / DDX415BT/ DDX415BTM /DDX315 /
DDX315M

DDX 6 15WBT /DDX 615WBTM

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INITIALINITIAL SETTINGSSETTINGS

Initia l setup

W hen you power on the unit for the first time or

reset the unit, the initial setting screen appears.

• You can also change the settings on the < Setup > screen. (Page 44)

1 DDX 6 015BT/ DDX6 15WBT / DDX6 15WBTM

44) 1 DDX 6 015BT / DDX 6 15WBT / DDX 6 15WBTM DDX4015BT / DDX315

DDX4015BT/

DDX315 /DDX315M

DDX415BT/ DDX415BTM/

15WBTM DDX4015BT / DDX315 / DDX315M DDX415BT / DDX415BTM / < Demonstration > Activate or deactivate

<

Demonstration >

Activate or deactivate the display demonstration.

(Page 45)

<

Language >

Select the text language used for on-screen information.

(Page 46)

Set <GUI Language >

to display the operation buttons and menu items in the selected language ([Loca l]: initially selected) or E nglish

([Eng l ish

]).

Ang l e>* (Page 9)

<

Adjust the panel angle.

<

AV Input>

Select an external component connected to the iPod/Audio V ideo input terminal to play.

(Page 45)

<

R- CAM

Select [ ON ] when connecting the rear view camera.

Interrupt >

(Page 28)

<Pane l Co lor > (Page 41)

Select the color of the buttons on the monitor panel.

2 Finish the procedure.

the buttons on the monitor panel. 2 Finish the procedure. The < TO P M E

The <TO P M ENU > screen is displayed.

* Only for DDX6015BT/DDX615WBT/DDX615WBTM.

Setting the security function

Registering the security code

You can set a security code to protect your receiver system against theft.

1

D isplay the < TOP ME NU > screen.

O n the source control screen:

P M E NU > screen. O n the source control screen: 2 D isplay the
P M E NU > screen. O n the source control screen: 2 D isplay the

2

D isplay the < System> setting screen.

2 D isplay the < System > setting screen. • Press [ ] repeatedly to change
2 D isplay the < System > setting screen. • Press [ ] repeatedly to change
2 D isplay the < System > setting screen. • Press [ ] repeatedly to change

Press [

Press [ ] repeatedly to change the page on

] repeatedly to change the page on

 

the < System > menu screen.

3

D isplay the < Security Code Set > screen.

3 D isplay the < Security Code Set > screen. • To clear the registered security

• To clear the registered security code, perform steps 1 and 2, then press [CLR ] in < Security Code>.

INITIALINITIAL SETTINGSSETTINGS

4 E nter a four-digit number ( 1 ), then confirm the entry ( 2 ).

a four-digit number ( 1 ), then confirm the entry ( 2 ). 2 The security

2

four-digit number ( 1 ), then confirm the entry ( 2 ). 2 The security indicator

The security indicator on the monitor panel flashes when the vehicle ignition is off.

To deactivate the security function : Select [O FF] for <SI >.

• Press [ Cl ear ] to delete the last entry.

• Press [ Cance l] to cancel the setting.

5 R epeat step 4 to confirm your security code.

When the unit is being reset or disconnected from the battery, you are required to enter the security code. Enter the correct security code, then press [Enter ].

Activating the security function

You can activate the security function to protect your receiver system against theft.

1 D isplay the < System > setting screen.

C

l ock settings

1

Display the < TOP M ENU > screen.

O

n the source control screen:

P M E NU > screen. O n the source control screen: 2 D isplay the
P M E NU > screen. O n the source control screen: 2 D isplay the

2

Display the < Setup > screen.

source control screen: 2 D isplay the < Setup > screen. 3 D isplay the <

3

Display the < Cl oc k> screen.

O n the < TOP M ENU > screen:

screen. O n the < TO P M E NU > screen: • Press [ ]
screen. O n the < TO P M E NU > screen: • Press [ ]
screen. O n the < TO P M E NU > screen: • Press [ ]

• Press [

O n the < TO P M E NU > screen: • Press [ ] repeatedly
O n the < TO P M E NU > screen: • Press [ ] repeatedly
O n the < TO P M E NU > screen: • Press [ ] repeatedly
O n the < TO P M E NU > screen: • Press [ ] repeatedly

] repeatedly to change the page on

the < System > menu screen.

4 Set the clock time.

< System > menu screen. 4 Set the clock time. < NA V> * Synchronizes the

< NA V>*

Synchronizes the clock time with the connected navigation unit.

< Radio Data

Synchronizes the clock time with

System >

F

M Radio D ata System.

<

O FF>

Sets the clock manually. (See below.)

When selecting <O FF>:

Adjust the hour (1 ), then adjust the minute ( 2 ).

• Press [Reset ] to set the minute to “00”.

2 ). • Press [ Reset ] to set the minute to “00”. 5 Finish the

5 Finish the procedure.

] to set the minute to “00”. 5 Finish the procedure. * Appears only when the

* Appears only when the navigation unit is connected.

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Component names and functions

V Caution on the vo l ume setting :

Digital devices produce very little noise compared with other sources. Lower the volume before playing these digital sources to avoid damaging the speakers by sudden increase of the output level.

DDX 6015BT

by sudden increase of the output level. DDX 6 015BT 1 M onitor panel* 2 Screen

1 M onitor panel*

2 Screen (touch panel)

3 R eset button/Power indicator/Security indicator

R esets the unit. (Page 3)

• Lights up while the unit is turned on.

• Flashes when the security function is activated. (Page 5)

4 Volume K/ J button Adjusts the audio volume. (Page 8)

5 AV /V. OFF button

D isplays the current source screen. (Press)

• The function of the button when held varies depending on the < A V K ey Long P ress > setting. (Page 46)

6 AU D button Displays the <Eq ua l iz er> screen. (Press) (Page 38)

<Eq ua l i z er > screen. (Press) (Page 38) 7 MEN U button •

7 MEN U button

D isplays the < TO P M ENU > screen. (Press) (Page 10)

• Turns on the power. (Press) (Page 8)

• Turns off the power. (Hold) (Page 8)

8 TEL/ VOICE button

D isplays the <H ands F ree > screen. (Press) (Page 33)

• Activates voice dialing. (H old) (Page 35)

9 M (E ject) button

E jects the disc (Tilts the monitor panel fully). (Page 12)

O pens/closes the monitor panel.

* You can change the color of the buttons on the monitor panel. (Page 41)

DDX4015BT
DDX4015BT
DDX415BT /DDX415BTM /DDX315 / DDX315M DDX415BT/ DDX315/ DDX415BTM DDX315M
DDX415BT /DDX415BTM /DDX315 / DDX315M
DDX415BT/
DDX315/
DDX415BTM
DDX315M

1 R eset button/Power indicator/Security indicator

R esets the unit. (Page 3)

• Lights up while the unit is turned on.

• Flashes when the security function is activated. (Page 5)

2 M ( Eject) button E jects the disc. (Page 12)

BASICSBASICS

3 Loading slot 4 MENU button
3 Loading slot
4 MENU button

Displays the < TOP M ENU > screen. (Press) (Page 10)

• Turns on the power. (Press) (Page 8)

• Turns off the power. ( Hold) (Page 8)

5 AV /V . OFF button

Displays the current source screen. (Press)

• The function of the button when held varies depending on the < A V K ey Long P ress> setting. (Page 46)

6 F or DDX4015BT /DDX415BT / DDX415BTM: T EL/ VOICE button

Displays the <H ands F ree > screen. (Press) (Page 33)

• Activates voice dialing. ( Hold) (Page 35) F or DDX315 / DDX315M: AU D button

D isplays the <Eq ua l iz er > screen. (Press) (Page 38)

7 F or DDX4015BT : V olume/ATT/AUDIO knob

• Attenuates the sound. (Press) (Page 8)

• Adjusts the audio volume. (Turn) (Page 8)

Displays the <Eq ual i z er> screen. ( H old) (Page 38) F or DDX415BT /DDX415BTM / DDX315 / DDX315M : Volume J / K buttons Adjusts the audio volume. (Press) (Page 8)

8 M onitor panel*

9 Screen (touch panel)

* You can change the color of the buttons on the monitor panel. (Page 41)

DDX 6 15WBT / DDX 615WBTM

V.OFF
V.OFF

1 Power indicator/Security indicator

• Lights up while the unit is turned on.

• Flashes when the security function is activated. (Page 5)

2 M onitor panel*

3 Screen (touch panel)

4 TE L/ VOICE button

D isplays the <H ands F ree > screen. (Press) (Page 33)

• Activates voice dialing. (H old) (Page 35)

(Page 33) • Activates voice dialing. ( H old) (Page 35) 5 button • D isplays

5 button

D isplays the phone book. (Press) (Page 34)

6 Volume +/ button Adjusts the audio volume. (Page 8) ATT button Attenuates the sound. (Page 8)

7

M ( E ject) button

E jects the disc. (Tilts the monitor panel fully.)

O pens/closes the monitor panel.

8

R eset button R esets the unit. (Page 3)

9

MEN U/ B button

D isplays the <TO P M ENU > screen. (Press) (Page 10)

• Turns on the power. (Press) (Page 8)

• Turns off the power. ( Hold) (Page 8)

p

AV / R - CA M button

D isplays the current source screen. (Press)

• The function of the button when held varies depending on the < A V Key Long P ress > setting. (Page 46)

q

S / T button Functions same as [S ]/[ T ] on the touch panel during playing a source.

w

V .O FF button Turns off/on the screen. (Page 9)

e

AUDIO button D isplays the <Equa l iz er > screen. (Press) (Page 38)

*

You can change the color of the buttons on the monitor panel. (Page 41)

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Common operations

Turning on the power

DDX 6015BT

DDX4015BT /DDX415BT / DDX415BTM /DDX315 /

DDX315M

DDX

615WBT /

DDX

615WBTM

Turning off the power

DDX 6015BT

DDX4015BT /DDX415BT / DDX415BTM /DDX315 /

DDX315M

DDX

DDX

615WBT /

615WBTM

DDX415BTM / DDX315 / DDX315M DDX DDX 6 15WBT / 6 15WBTM (Hold) (Hold) (Hold) Ad

(Hold)DDX415BTM / DDX315 / DDX315M DDX DDX 6 15WBT / 6 15WBTM (Hold) (Hold) Ad j

(Hold)/ DDX315 / DDX315M DDX DDX 6 15WBT / 6 15WBTM (Hold) (Hold) Ad j usting

DDX315 / DDX315M DDX DDX 6 15WBT / 6 15WBTM (Hold) (Hold) (Hold) Ad j usting

(Hold)

Adj usting the vol ume

To ad just the vo l ume (00 to 35)

DDX 6 015BT

l ume To ad j ust the vo l ume (00 to 35) DDX 6 015BT

DDX415BT /

DDX415BTM /

DDX315/

DDX315M

35) DDX 6 015BT DDX415BT / DDX415BTM / DDX315 / DDX315M Press J to increase, and

Press J to increase, and press K to decrease.

H olding the button increases/decreases the volume continuously.

DDX4015BT

increases/decreases the volume continuously. DDX4015BT Turn to the right to increase, and turn to the left

Turn to the right to increase, and turn to the left to decrease.

DDX 6 15WBT / DDX 6 15WBTM

to the left to decrease. DDX 6 15WBT / DDX 6 15WBTM Press + to increase,

Press + to increase, and press to decrease.

H olding the button increases/decreases the volume continuously.

To attenuate the sound (on l y for DDX4015BT / DDX 6 15WBT / DDX 6 15WBTM)

DDX4015BT

DDX4015BT / DDX 6 15WBT / DDX 6 15WBTM) DDX4015BT DDX 6 15WBT / DDX 6

DDX 615WBT / DDX 6 15WBTM

The ATT indicator lights up.

To cance l the attenuation : Press the same button again.

BASICSBASICS

Ad justing the pane l ang le (on l y for DDX 6015BT /DDX 615WBT / DDX 6 15WBTM)

1

D isplay the < Ang le Adj ust > screen.

O n the < TOP M ENU > screen:

• Press [

O n the < TO P M E NU > screen: • Press [ ] repeatedly

] repeatedly to change the page on

the < Disp l ay> menu screen.

the page on the < Disp l ay > menu screen. 2 Select an angle (0
the page on the < Disp l ay > menu screen. 2 Select an angle (0
the page on the < Disp l ay > menu screen. 2 Select an angle (0

2

Select an angle (0 – 6).

Disp l ay > menu screen. 2 Select an angle (0 – 6). • To set

• To set the current position as the power off position, select [ Memory] for < Off Position >.

P utting the unit in standby

1

Display all the < TOP M E NU > items.

O n the < TO P M ENU > screen:

items. O n the < TO P M E NU > screen: 2 Turning off the

2

items. O n the < TO P M E NU > screen: 2 Turning off the
items. O n the < TO P M E NU > screen: 2 Turning off the
items. O n the < TO P M E NU > screen: 2 Turning off the

Turning off the screen

• For DDX6015BT/ DD X4015BT/ DD X415BT/ DD X415BTM /DD X315/DD X315 M : This operation

works only when < A V Key Long P ress > is set to

[V- O FF]. (Page 46)

DDX 6 015BT

(Hold)ress > is set to [V- O FF] . (Page 46) DDX 6 015BT DDX4015BT /

DDX4015BT / DDX415BT / DDX415BTM /DDX315 /

DDX315M

(Hold) V.OFF MEN U on the
(Hold)
V.OFF
MEN U on the

DDX

6 15WBT /

DDX

6 15WBTM

To turn on the screen: Press

monitor panel, or touch the display.

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Common screen operations

Common screen descriptions

You can display other screens any time to change the source, show the information, or change the settings, etc.

Source contro l screen Performs source playback operations.

• The operation buttons vary depending on the selected source.

The operation buttons vary depending on the selected source. 1 2 Common operation buttons : 1

1

2

Common operation buttons :

1 D isplays the < TO P M ENU > screen. (See the right column.)

• Pressing

M E NU > screen. (See the right column.) • Pressing MEN U on the monitor

MEN U on the monitor panel also

displays the < TO P ME NU > screen.

2 D isplays/hides short-cut buttons. (Page 11)

< TO P M ENU > screen D isplays the source control screen and settings screen.

• You can arrange the items to display on the <TO P

M

1

2

E NU > screen (Page 42)

< TO P M 1 2 E NU > screen (Page 42) 3 Common operating buttons

3

Common operating buttons :

1 Changes the playback source. (Page 11)

2 D isplays all playback sources and items. (Page 11)

3 D isplays the < Setup > screen. (See below.)

< Setup> screen C hanges the detailed settings. (Page 44)

1

2

screen C hanges the detailed settings. (Page 44) 1 2 3 4 Common operating buttons :

3

4

Common operating buttons :

1 Selects the menu category.

2 D isplays the < TO P M ENU > screen.

3 Changes the page.

4 Returns to the previous screen.

Touch screen operations 1 3 4 2
Touch screen operations
1
3
4
2

1 D isplays the video control menu while playing a video.

1 D isplays the video control menu while playing a video. 2 D isplays the source

2 D isplays the source control screen while playing

a video.

D isplays the source control screen while playing a video. • The operation buttons disappear when

• The operation buttons disappear when the screen is touched or when no operation is done for about 5 seconds.

3 Goes to the previous chapter/track.*

4 Goes to the next chapter/track.*

* Not available for video from an external component.

BASICSBASICS

Se lecting the pl ayback source

O n the < TO P M ENU > screen:

k source O n the < TO P M E NU > screen: [ NA V]

[

NAV]* 1

D isplays the navigation screen

[ DISC] [ TUNE R]

when a navigation unit is connected. (Page 29) Plays a disc. (Page 12) Switches to the conventional radio broadcast. (Page 23)

[

iP od]

Plays an iPod/iPhone. (Page 17)

[

USB ]

Plays files on a USB device.

[P ANDORA]* 2

(Page 16) Switches to the Pandora broadcast. (Page 21)

[

Bl uetooth ]* 3

Plays a Bluetooth audio player.

[

A PP s ]* 4

(Page 37) Switches to the App screen from the connected iPod touch/iPhone. (Page 20)

[

T EL

]* 3

D isplays the <H ands F ree > screen. (Page 33)

[

A

V- IN1 ]

Switches to an external component connected to the Audio V ideo input terminal. (Page 27)

[

A

V- IN 2] * 4

Switches to an external component connected to the iPod/Audio V ideo input terminal. (Page 27)

* 1 When no navigation unit is connected, “No Navigation” appears. * 2 Only for 4015BT. * 3 Only for DDX6015BT/DDX4015BT/DDX415BT/DDX415BTM/

DDX615WBT/DDX615WBTM.

* 4 Select an appropriate input setting in < A V Input >. (Page 45)

Sel ecting the p l aybac k source on the < TO P ME NU > screen

k source on the < TO P M E NU > screen • You can change

• You can change the items (other than [ S E TU P]) to display on the < TO P ME NU > screen. (Page 42)

Using short -cut buttons

W hile displaying the source control screen or the < Setup> screen, you can use the short-cut buttons to go to the items on the < TO P M E NU> screen indicated below.

the < TO P M E NU > screen indicated below. To disp l ay the

To disp lay the short- cut buttons

indicated below. To disp l ay the short - cut buttons O n the source control

O n the source control screen:

ay the short - cut buttons O n the source control screen: O n the <

O n the < Setup> screen:

source control screen: O n the < Setup > screen: • W hen the navigation screen

When the navigation screen is displayed, pressing

[
[

] displays the source control screen.

To hide the short -cut buttons : Press [

pressing [ ] displays the source control screen. To hide the short - cut buttons :

].

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DISCSDISCS

Pl aying a disc

If a disc does not have a disc menu, all tracks on it will be played repeatedly until you change the source or eject the disc.

• For playable disc types/file types, see page 56.

Inserting a disc

I nsert a disc with the label side facing up. DDX 6015BT

I nsert a disc with the label side facing up. DDX 6 015BT DDX4015BT DDX415BT /
DDX4015BT DDX415BT / DDX415BTM / DDX315 /DDX315M DDX 615WBT / DDX 615WBTM
DDX4015BT
DDX415BT /
DDX415BTM /
DDX315 /DDX315M
DDX
615WBT /
DDX
615WBTM

The source changes to DISC and playback starts.

• The IN indicator lights up while a disc is inserted.

Pl aybac k operations

When the operation buttons are

not displayed on the screen, touch the area shown on the illustration.

• To change settings for video playback, see page 39.

displayed on the screen, touch the area shown on the illustration. • To change settings for

Indications and buttons on the source control screen

F or video p l ayback

1 2

on the source contro l screen F or video p l aybac k 1 2 3

3

the source contro l screen F or video p l aybac k 1 2 3 •

If “

• I f “ ” appears on the screen, the unit cannot accept the operation you

” appears on the screen, the unit cannot

accept the operation you have tried to do.

I n some cases, without showing “

have tried to do. – I n some cases, without showing “ ,” operations will not

,”

operations will not be accepted.

W hen playing back a multi-channel encoded disc, the multi-channel signals are downmixed to stereo.

Ej ecting a disc

DDX 6015BT

DDX4015BT/ DDX415BT / DDX415BTM /DDX315 /DDX315M

DDX 615WBT / DDX 615WBTM

/ DDX315 / DDX315M DDX 6 15WBT / DDX 6 15WBTM 4 5 6 • W
/ DDX315 / DDX315M DDX 6 15WBT / DDX 6 15WBTM 4 5 6 • W
/ DDX315 / DDX315M DDX 6 15WBT / DDX 6 15WBTM 4 5 6 • W

4 5 6

W hen removing a disc, pull it horizontally.

• You can eject a disc when playing another A V source.

If the ejected disc is not removed within 15 seconds, the disc is automatically inserted again into the loading slot to protect it from dust.

C losing the monitor pane l (on ly for DDX 6015BT / DDX 615WBT / DDX 615WBTM) After removing the disc, press M on the monitor panel. The monitor panel closes.

Pl ayback information

• The information displayed on the screen differs depending on the type of disc/file being played back.

1 M edia type

2 C urrent playback item information (title no./ chapter no./folder no./file no./track no.)

3 Playing time

4 Playback mode (Page 15)

5 File type

6 IN indicator

DISCSDISCS

Operation buttons

• Available buttons on the screen and operations differ depending on the type of disc/file being played back.

[ MODE]

C

hanges the settings for disc

playback on the < DISC Mode > screen. (Page 15)

[ ] [ ] [ ] [ ]
[
] [
]
[
] [
]

Selects a folder.

Selects playback mode. (Page 15)

[ ]
[
]

Displays the folder/track list. (See the far right column.)

[ o]

Stops playback.

[ IW ] [ S] [ T]

Starts/pauses playback. Selects a chapter/track. (Press)

 

R everse/forward search. ( H old)

[ O] [ N ]

R everse/forward search during playback.

[ ME NU ]

Plays back in slow-motion during pause. Displays the < TO P M E NU > screen.

For audio p l aybac k

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1 2
3
4
5
6
7 8 9

Pl ayback information

• The information displayed on the screen differs depending on the type of disc/file being played back.

1 M edia type

2 Track/file information

• Pressing [<] scrolls the text if not all of the text is shown.

3 Current playback item information (folder no./file no./track no.)

4 Playback status

5 Playing time

6 Jacket picture (Shown while playing if the file has tag data that includes the jacket picture)

7 Playback mode (Page 15)

8 File type

9 IN indicator

Operation buttons

• Available buttons on the screen and operations differ depending on the type of disc/file being played back.

[ MOD E]

C hanges the settings for disc playback on the < DISC Mode> screen. (Page 15)

[ ] [ ] [ ] [ ]
[
] [
]
[
] [
]

Selects a folder.

Selects playback mode. (Page 15)

[ ]
[
]

Displays the folder/track list. (See the right column.)

[ IW ] [ S] [ T ]

Starts/pauses playback. Selects a track.

[ O ] [ N] [ M E NU ]

R everse/forward search. D isplays the <TO P M E NU > screen.

Se lecting a fo l der /trac k on the l ist

1

2

Se l ecting a fo l der / trac k on the l ist 1 2

Select the folder ( 1 ), then the item in the selected folder ( 2 ).

R epeat the procedure until you select the desired track.

I f you want to play all tracks in the folder, press [ I ] on the right of the desired folder.

folder, press [ I ] on the right of the desired folder. • You can change

• You can change the page to display more

items by pressing [

You can change the page to display more items by pressing [ ]/[ ]. • ]

]/[

].
].
change the page to display more items by pressing [ ]/[ ]. • ] to return

• ] to return to the root folder.

Press [

pressing [ ]/[ ]. • ] to return to the root folder. Press [ • ]

• ] to return to the upper layer.

Press [

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DISCSDISCS

V ideo menu operations

You can display the video menu screen during video playback.

• The operation buttons disappear when the screen is touched or when no operation is done for about 5 seconds.

is touched or when no operation is done for about 5 seconds. F or video p
is touched or when no operation is done for about 5 seconds. F or video p

F or video pl aybac k e x cept V CD

5 seconds. F or video p l aybac k e x cept V CD • Available

• Available buttons on the screen and operations differ depending on the type of disc/file being played back.

 

[Z

OOM ]

D

isplays the picture size selecting

screen. (Page 40)

[

Aspect ]

Selects the aspect ratio. (Page 40)

 

[P

icture

D

isplays the picture adjustment

Adj ust]

screen. (Page 39)

[

Audio ]

Selects the audio type.

[

Subtit le ]

Selects the subtitle type.

[

Ang l e]

Selects the view angle.

 
[
[

ME NU ]

D

isplays the disc menu ( DVD ).

[

T M E NU ]

D

isplays the disc menu ( DVD ).

 

[H

igh l ight]

Switches to the direct disc menu mode. Touch the target item to select.

To restore the screen, press A V on the monitor panel.

[

CUR]

Displays the menu/scene selecting screen.

• [J ] [ K ] [ H ] [ I ]: Selects an item. – For D ivX®: [H ] [ I ] skips back or forward by about 5 minutes.

[E nter ]: Confirms the selection.

[ Return]: R eturns to the previous screen.

F or VCD

[ Return ] : R eturns to the previous screen. F or V CD [ M
[
[

ME NU ] Direct ]

[

[

Audio]

[

[Z OOM]

Return ]

D isplays the disc menu. D isplays/hides the direct selecting buttons. (See below.) Selects the audio channel (ST: stereo, L: left, R : right). D isplays the previous screen or menu. D isplays the picture size selecting screen. (Page 40) Selects the aspect ratio. (Page 40) D isplays the picture adjustment screen. (Page 39)

[ Aspect ]

[P icture Ad j ust ]

• To deactivate the PB C function, stop playback,

then use the direct selecting buttons to select a

track number.

To se lect a track direct l y on a VCD

track number. To se l ect a trac k direct l y on a V CD

When you enter a wrong number, press [ Direct / CLR ] to delete the last entry.

DISCSDISCS

Se lecting p l ayback mode

DISCS DISCS Se l ecting p l aybac k mode [ ] [ ] Selects R
[ ] [ ]
[
]
[
]

Selects R andom playback mode. Selects R epeat playback mode.

• Available playback modes differ depending on the type of disc/file being played back.

• You cannot activate the repeat mode and the random mode at the same time.

E ach time you press the button, the playback mode changes. (The corresponding indicator lights up.) – Available items differ depending on the type of disc/file being played back.

C-

REP

R

epeats current chapter.

T

-R EP

R

epeats current title.

R

EP

R

epeats current track.

F

O -REP

epeats all tracks of the current folder.

R

F

O -RDM

R

andomly plays all tracks of

 

the current folder, then tracks of the next folder.

RDM

R

andomly plays all tracks.

To cance l Repeat/ Random p l ayback: Press the button repeatedly until the indicator disappears.

Settings for disc p l aybac k

the indicator disappears. Settings for disc p l aybac k Setting items • Available items shown

Setting items

• Available items shown on the < DISC Mode> screen differ depending on the type of disc/file being played back.

< Menu

Select the initial disc menu language.

Language>

(

I nitial: E ng lish ) (Page 58)

< Audio

Select the initial audio language.

Language>

(

I nitial: E ng lish ) (Page 58)

< Subtitl e

Select the initial subtitle language

Language>

or turn subtitles off ( Off ). ( I nitial:

 

E

ng l ish) (Page 58)

< Down Mix>

 

W

hen playing back a multi-channel

disc, this setting affects the signals reproduced through the front and/or rear speakers.

Do lby Surround : Select this to enjoy multi-channel surround sound by connecting an amplifier compatible with D olby Surround.

Stereo (initial): N ormally select this.

<

Dynamic

You can change the dynamic range

Range

while playing Dolby D igital software.

Contro l>

Wide : Select this to enjoy a powerful sound at a low volume level with its full dynamic range.

Normal: Select this to reduce the dynamic range a little.

Dia l og (initial): Select this to reproduce movie dialog more clearly.

<

Screen

Select the monitor type to watch a wide screen picture on the external monitor.

16:9

Ratio >

(I nitial)

4 :3 LB

4 :3 PS

( I n i t i a l ) 4 : 3 LB 4 : 3

<F i le Type >*

Select the playback file type when a disc contains different types of files.

Audio: Plays back audio files.

Sti ll Image : Plays back picture files.

Video : Plays back video files.

Audio&V ideo (initial): Plays back audio files and video files.

* For playable file types, see page 56.

If the disc contains no files of the selected type, the existing files are played in the following priority: audio, video, then still picture.

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USBUSB

Connecting a USB device

You can connect a USB mass storage class device

such as a USB memory, D igital Audio Player etc. to the unit.

• For details about connecting USB devices, see page 54.

• You cannot connect a computer or portable HDD to the USB input terminal.

• For playable file types and notes on using USB devices, see page 57.

When a USB device is connected

The source changes to USB and playback starts.

• All tracks in the USB device will be played repeatedly until you change the source.

To disconnect the USB device safe l y:

Press [ M ], then disconnect the USB device after “N o D evice” appears.

Pl aybac k operations

When the operation buttons are not displayed on the screen, touch

the area shown on the illustration.

• To change settings for video playback, see page 39.

displayed on the screen, touch the area shown on the illustration. • To change settings for

Indications and buttons on the source contro l screen

1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1
2
3
4
5
6 7

Pl ayback information

• The information displayed on the screen differs depending on the type of file being played back.

1 Track/file information

• Pressing [<] scrolls the text if not all of the text is shown.

2 Current playback item information (folder no./file no.)

3 Playback status

4 Playing time

5 Jacket picture (Shown while playing if the file has tag data that includes the jacket picture)

6 Playback mode (See the right column.)

7 File type

Operation buttons

• Available buttons on the screen and operations differ depending on the type of file being played back.

[ MOD E]

Changes the settings on the < USB Mode> screen. (Page 17) Disconnects the USB device safely. Selects a folder.

[ M ]

[
[

] [

]
]
[ ]
[
]
 

Selects random playback mode.* 1 * 2

 

F O - RDM : R andomly plays all tracks in the folder.

RDM : R andomly plays all tracks.

[ ]
[
]
 

Selects repeat playback mode.* 1 * 2

 

R EP: Repeats the current track.

F O - R EP: R epeats all tracks in the current folder.

[ ]
[
]
 

Displays the folder/track list. (Page 17)

[ IW ] [ S] [ T ]

Starts/pauses playback. Selects a track.

[ O ] [ N ] [ M E NU ]

R everse/forward search. D isplays the < TO P ME NU > screen.

* 1 To cancel random or repeat mode, press the button repeatedly until the indicator disappears. * 2 You cannot activate the repeat mode and the random mode at the same time.

USBUSB

< USB Mode > settings

Setting <F i le Type >

[

Audio]

Plays back audio files.

[ Still Image ]

Plays back picture files.

[V ideo]

Plays back video files.

[ Audio&V ideo ]

Plays back audio files and video

( I nitial)

files.

• For playable files, see page 57. I f the USB device contains no files of the selected type, the existing files are played in the following priority: audio, video, then still picture.

Setting < Screen Ratio> Select the monitor type to watch a wide screen picture on the external monitor.

[ 1 6:9] (Initial) [ 4: 3 LB ] [ 4 : 3 P S
[ 1 6:9] (Initial)
[ 4: 3 LB ]
[ 4 : 3 P S ]

Setting < Drive Se l ect> Press [ Ne x t]. Switches between internal memory and the memory source of the connected device (such as mobile phone).

Sel ecting a fo l der / trac k on the list

1

2

Se l ecting a fo l der / trac k on the l ist 1 2

Select the folder ( 1 ), then the item in the selected folder ( 2 ).

Repeat the procedure until you select the desired track.

If you want to play all tracks in the folder, press [ I ] on the right of the desired folder.

folder, press [ I ] on the right of the desired folder. • You can change

• You can change the page to display more

items by pressing [

You can change the page to display more items by pressing [ ]/[ ]. • ]

]/[

].
].
change the page to display more items by pressing [ ]/[ ]. • ] to return

• ] to return to the root folder.

Press [

[ ]/[ ]. • ] to return to the root folder. Press [ • ] to

• ] to return to the upper layer.

Press [

iPod/iPhoneiPod/iPhone

P reparation

Connecting i P od /i Phone

• For details about connecting iPod/iPhone, see page 54.

• For playable iPod/iPhone types, see page 57.

C onnect your iPod/iPhone using the appropriate

cable according to your purpose.

To listen to music : USB Audio cable for iPod/ iPhone

– For iPod/iPhone except for iPod nano (7th Generation)/iPod touch (5th Generation)/iPhone 5S/iPhone 5 C /iPhone 5: K CA-iP102 (optional

accessory)

– For iPod nano (7th Generation)/iPod touch (5th Generation)/iPhone 5S/iPhone 5 C/iPhone 5:

K C A-iP103 (optional accessory)

To watch video and l isten to music : USB Audio and V ideo cable for iPod/iPhone—KC A-iP202 (optional accessory)

– You cannot connect iPod nano (7th Generation)/ iPod touch (5th Generation)/iPhone 5S/iPhone

5 C/iPhone 5 with K CA-iP202.

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iPod/iPhoneiPod/iPhone

Se lecting preference settings for i Pod / i P hone p l aybac k

2

Se l ecting preference settings for i P od / i P hone p l aybac

W hen the source is iPod

1

1

2

2 [ A V- IN 2] Select this when the iPod/iPhone is connected using K C

[

A V- IN 2]

Select this when the iPod/iPhone is connected using K CA-iP102 or

 

K

CA-iP103 (optional accessory).

 

[

i Pod ]

Select this when the iPod/iPhone is connected using K CA-iP202 (optional accessory).

<Audiobook s>

Select the speed of audio books.

<Artwor k>

Shows/hides artwork of iPod.

Setting < AV Input> for i P od/ i Phone

p l aybac k

Select an appropriate input setting for < AV Input> according to the connection method of the iPod/ iPhone.

• You can change the setting only when [ STANDB Y] is selected on <TO P M E NU >. (Page 9)

1 D isplay the < Input > setting screen.

O n the < TOP M ENU > screen:

screen. O n the < TO P M E NU > screen: Pl aybac k operations
screen. O n the < TO P M E NU > screen: Pl aybac k operations

Pl aybac k operations

When the operation buttons are not displayed on the screen, touch

the area shown on the illustration.

• To change settings for video playback, see page 39.

displayed on the screen, touch the area shown on the illustration. • To change settings for

Indications and buttons on the source control screen

1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1
2
3
4
5
6 7

Pl ayback information

1 Song/video information

• Pressing [<] scrolls the text if not all of the text is shown.

2 Track no./Total track number

3 Playback status

4 Playing time

5 Artwork (Shown if the song contains Artwork)

• To change the Artwork display, see the far left column.

6 Playback mode (Page 19)

7 File type

iPod/iPhoneiPod/iPhone

Operation buttons

[ MOD E]

C hanges the settings for iPod/iPhone playback on the < i Pod Mode > screen. (Page 18)

[ ]
[
]

Selects random playback mode.* 1

RDM: Functions the same as Shuffle Songs.

A- RDM : Functions the same as Shuffle Albums.

[ ]
[
]

Selects repeat playback mode.

REP: Functions the same as Repeat One.

R