About the Kenwood Navigation Package
Designed for vehicles with a double-DIN (4" tall) dash opening, this Kenwood navigation package includes the KNA-DV4100 navigation system and the DDX7015 DVD receiver/monitor. You'll benefit from expert, turn-by-turn guidance on easy-to-read maps displayed on the in-dash receiver's 6.5" LCD video monitor.
The KNA-DV4100 system consists of a navigation computer with DVD-ROM drive, a Global Positioning System (GPS) antenna, and two DVD-ROM map discs of the United States and Canada. The system gets its information through GPS satellite communication, an internal gyroscope, and a connection to the car's vehicle speed sensor.
Just slide the DVD-ROM map disc into the drive, enter your destination, and follow the voice and visual directions given. Destination options include cities, streets, intersections, addresses (you can save up to 100), or points of interest. You can preview an automated simulation of the route before you travel. As you drive, voice guidance gives you directions as you approach turning points, way points, or destinations. As you approach a junction, an enlarged diagram of the junction appears on a split screen for easy navigation.
Got a double-size dash opening in your vehicle (if it's a Japanese import, for example)? Then fill it with one of the most innovative mobile-video receivers on the market the Kenwood Excelon DDX7015! The gorgeous 6.5" LCD takes up the entirety of the faceplate you'll basically have an advanced, integrated monitor sitting flush in your dash.
Touchscreen controls and the intuitive graphical user interface let you command all the receiver's functions and control the KNA-DV4100 navigation unit. Street maps and visual prompts appear on the easy-to-read display. When you need to insert a CD or DVD, the monitor motors down to give you access to the slot. And when you're parked, you can watch your favorite DVDs on the LCD.
System Q EX sound control, with its seven adjustable EQ curves, ensures that you get great sound no matter which format DVD, CD, or MP3 you play. The powerful built-in amp plays back your music and movies with gusto. Three sets of preamp outputs let you add external amplifiers for even more muscle; the System E's+ Advanced Crossover makes sure that each amp gets the right frequencies.
KNA-DV4100 navigation system
- GPS navigation computer
- GPS antenna with 16-foot cable and adhesive mounting pad
- two DVD-ROM navigation map discs the U.S. and Canada
- RGB input/output for connection to Kenwood's DDX7015 receiver/monitor with touchscreen controls
- optional KNA-VC300 microphone allows operation via voice commands
- 2D and 3D map views
- memory stores up to 100 previous destinations
- search option (by telephone number, latitude and longitude, for police or hospitals, or for facilities, landmarks, or intersections)
- voice prompts (with level control) in 4 languages (English, French, German, and Italian)
- 4 color settings (Default, Olive, Marine, or Umber) with day/night illumination
- dimensions: 6-1/2"W x 1-15/16"H x 6-15/16"D (navigation unit); 1-5/16"W x 1/2"H x 1-1/2"D (GPS antenna)
- warranty: 1 year
DDX7015 DVD receiver/monitor
- double-DIN (4" tall) chassis
- 6.5" LCD video monitor
- touchscreen controls
- graphical user interface
- plays DVDs, CDs, CD-Rs, CD-RWs, and MP3 discs
- dual-zone capable
- XM and SIRIUS Satellite Radio-ready (you can add satellite radio for under $100, plus subscription)
- System Q EX Sound Control with 7 highly adjustable EQ curves and selectable speaker type settings
- System E's+ Advanced Crossover with adjustable high- and low-pass crossovers
- audio/video inputs
- audio/video outputs
- front/rear/subwoofer preamp outputs
- CD changer/TV tuner controls
- digital output for connection to optional Kenwood surround processor
- navigation input
- wireless remote control
- 22 watts RMS/50 peak x 4 channels
- CD frequency response 20-20,000 Hz
- CD signal-to-noise ratio 100 dB
- FM sensitivity 9.3 dBf
- warranty: 2 years
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- designed for use with "Region 1" coded DVDs
- MFR # P-NAV/7015
What's in the box:
- The 700PDV41 package includes two separately packaged products: the DDX7015 DVD Receiver/6.5" Monitor and the KNA-DV4100 Navigation System.
- The DDX7015 box contains:
- Double-DIN DVD receiver with built-in 6-1/2" monitor
- Trim ring
- Wireless remote control (RC-DV420)
- CR2025 Lithium battery (installed in remote)
- 2 Radio removal tools
- Wiring harness
- 3-Wire parking brake harness
- 6 Panhead ISO-mount screws
- 6 Countersunk ISO-mount screws
- Instruction manual (English/Spanish/French)
- Installation manual (English/Spanish/French/Portuguese)
- Instruction manual correction sheet
- Warranty card
- Online registration card
- The KNA-DV4100 box contains:
- DVD-ROM navigation unit
- KNA-MP414 DVD Navigation Map
- 18' Maroon I/F cable (has 13-pin male connector on each end)
- GPS antenna with attached 16.5' cord
- Self-adhesive rubber wire guide
- 2 Plastic mounting brackets
- 9.75' White speed-sensor wire (with female bullet connector on one end)
- 19.5' Wiring harness (has in-line 3A and 5A fuses)
- 3-1/8" x 3-1/8" Self-adhesive waterproof mounting pad for GPS antenna
- 4 Self-tapping mounting screws (5mm diameter x 20mm)
- 4 Machine screws (M5 diameter x 8mm) with flat washers
- Instruction Manual (English/French)
- Installation Manual (English/French)
- Warranty Card
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Features & specs
|USB Port Power||---|
|Backup Camera Input||No|
|Second Camera Input||No|
|Alexa Voice Control|
|Memory Card Slot||No|
|Satellite Radio Ready||---|
|RMS Power (CTA-2006)||N/A|
|RMS Power (Manufacturer)||---|
|Peak Output||50 watts|
|RMS Power Bandwidth||20-20kHz|
|Sub Preamp Outputs||Yes|
|Switchable Rear Preamp Outputs||---|
|Navigation App Compatible (iOS)|
|Navigation App Compatible (Android)|
|Preamp Voltage||2 volts|
|Key Button Color||Red/Green|
|Steering Wheel Control Compatible||---|
|Parts Warranty||Rcvr: 2 Yrs. / Nav: 1 Yr.|
|Labor Warranty||Rcvr: 2 Yrs. / Nav: 1 Yr.|
|FM Sensitivity||9.3 dBf|
|Radio Data System||Yes|
|Music File Playback|
|Second Camera Input Lane Watch||N|
Overview: This package includes the Kenwood eXcelon DDX7015 DVD Receiver/6.5" Monitor and the KNA-DV4100 Navigation system. The DDX7015 is designed for vehicles with double-DIN (4" tall) dash openings. You can use the unit's touchscreen monitor to control the receiver's tuner and audio/video functions as well as functions of the 'DV4100 navigation system.
Motorized Touchscreen Display: The Kenwood eXcelon DDX7015 features a motorized 6-1/2" wide, 16:9 touchscreen display with a TFT active matrix system. The screen has a resolution of 480 x 234 with 336,960 total pixels (480H x 234V x RGB). The monitor automatically slides down for loading or ejecting a disc. It also has a 6-step adjustable viewing angle. This unit has touch screen controls with interactive video graphics, making menu navigation easy. The screen is non-glare and smudge-resistant.
Selectable Screen Viewing Modes: You can choose from the following screen modes:
- Normal: displays 16:9 widescreen format pictures that fill the entire screen width, and 4:3 (conventional TV) pictures display with black bars on either side
- Full: expands 4:3 pictures horizontally to fill the entire width of the screen, distorting the picture slightly but retaining full image height
- Just: expands 4:3 pictures horizontally only at the edges
- Cinema: expands 4:3 pictures both horizontally and vertically, filling the screen without distorting the picture
- Zoom: expands 4:3 pictures both horizontally and vertically, filling the screen without distorting the picture but cutting off the top and bottom edges
Display Adjustment: You can adjust the display's brightness, contrast, and black level. Additionally, you can change the background and menu graphics. When the illumination wire of this unit is connected to the headlamp circuit of your vehicle and you turn your lights on, the display will dim.
2-DIN Chassis: The DDX7015 has a 2-DIN chassis (also known as "Double DIN" or size DD), and will fit in many vehicles with a large dash opening. Unlike many in-dash monitors, there is no hideaway box; all the inputs and outputs are included within the unit's chassis. The unit can be ISO-mounted using factory brackets, or Euro-mounted using the supplied mounting sleeve. As always, please check the Crutchfield Vehicle Selector to verify fit with your vehicle.
Front Panel Controls: In addition to the touchscreen controls, the unit includes frequently used buttons along the outer edges of the screen.
Security Code: You may program the unit with a 4 digit security code. Once the unit has been programmed with a security code, the code must be entered to use the unit after it has been disconnected from power.
Navigation Compatibility: The DDX7015 is compatible with the Kenwood KNA-DV4100 navigation system and can be connected via the 13-pin I/F jack on the back of the unit (I/F cable supplied with the navigation system). Third party navigation systems with composite video and stereo RCA outputs can also be connected via the A/V input. You can select which speakers are used for navigation voice guidance: front left, front right, or both front speakers. You can also set the volume for the voice guidance audio.
Source Tone Memory: This feature allows you to store bass, middle and treble tone settings for each source (DVD, CD, Aux, FM, AM).
Dual Zone Capability: The unit's dual zone control allows you to independently set the source for the front and rear channels.
Security Code: You may program the unit with a 4 digit security code. Once the unit has been programmed with a security code, the code must be entered to use the unit after it has been disconnected from power.
Remote Control: The DDX7015 is equipped with the RC-DV420 full-function remote control with a numeric keypad. A slide switch allows you to switch between the control modes for the built-in DVD/CD player, a TV source, and a tuner/disc changer/disc player source.
Anti-Skip Memory (DVD only): The DDX7015 is equipped with 3-second anti-skip memory for skip-resistant play. Note: This feature is only active when the unit is playing a DVD.
MP3/WMA Playback: This unit can play MP3 and WMA files recorded on CD-ROM, CD-R, and CD-RW discs in ISO9660 Level 1/Level 2, Joliet, and Romeo formats. Each disc should have a maximum of 8 directory levels, 50 folders, and 255 files per folder. A total of up to 512 MP3/WMA files and folders can be played back by this unit. During MP3/WMA playback, the unit displays any recorded ID3 Tag information.
Direct Search: By entering its number with the supplied remote, you can directly access the following:
- DVD: Title, chapter, time, direct number
- with PBC on: Scene, direct number
- with PBC off: Track, time
- CD: Track number, total play time
- MP3/WMA: Folder, file
Disc Name Preset (DNPS): You may assign names to discs played in the internal CD player. Each disc name can be up to 16 characters long, and the receiver has a memory capacity for up to 10 discs. (See below for further DNPS features with CD changers.)
CD Read Setting: If there is a problem with the CD player reading a disc with a special format, you can switch to a second CD Read setting which "forces" the player to read the disc. CD Read setting 1 is for normal CDs and MP3/WMA discs, while CD Read setting 2 cannot read MP3/WMA discs.
CR-2 Tuner: The DDX7015 uses Kenwood's CR-2 tuner provides high signal strength for clear radio reception. The tuner incorporates an Automatic Noise Reduction Circuit (ANRC), along with the Clean Reception System Circuit (CRSC), for improved rejection of distortion due to multi-path. You can choose one of three tuning modes: Auto 1 (seek tuning), Auto 2 (cycles through and tunes the selected band's preset stations only with each button press), or Manual.
Sirius Satellite Radio Controls: This unit can control the optional Kenwood Sirius Satellite tuner (item #113SR903). In addition to the Sirius tuner, you will need an antenna and subscription in order to receive Sirius Satellite Radio programming. The Kenwood Sirius radio tuner has a CD-changer pass-through, allowing the connection of an optional Kenwood CD changer in addition to the Sirius tuner with only one connection to the head unit.
HD Radio Ready: The DDX7015 is HD Radio ready. With an optional Kenwood HD Radio tuner (item #113KTCHR10), you will be able to receive digital AM/FM broadcasts from local stations where available. This new technology will significantly improve audio quality and reception, as well as include information such as artist name and song titles or traffic news, viewable on the receiver's display.
Radio Data System (RDS): The unit's tuner features RDS (Radio Data System). RDS is a service used by some radio stations to transmit data outside of normal radio broadcast signals. When an RDS station is received, you can immediately find out what kind of data is being transmitted by looking at the program service name which appears in the display after the frequency. RDS features an emergency transmission function which interrupts regular programming to broadcast an emergency announcement (such as a tornado or severe storm). There is also a switchable Traffic Information function, which will automatically tune a traffic bulletin when it is broadcast, even when you're not listening to the radio.
Station Name Preset (SNPS): This feature allows you to assign names to radio stations. Up to 30 AM and FM stations can be named. Each name can be up to 16 characters in length. The Preset Select menu will display the six presets in each band either by name or frequency.
24-Bit D-A Converter: For superb quality audio playback from DVDs and CDs, the DDX7015 is equipped with a 24-bit digital-to-analog converter.
System Q EX Sound Control: Seven EQ curves are preset into memory, allowing you to recall the best preset EQ curve for different types of music. The preset curves are named "Natural", "Rock", "Pops", "Easy", "Top 40", and "Jazz". In addition, you may store your own settings under the "User Memory" EQ curve. Each preset has its own adjustment for the bass center frequency (60, 70, 80, or 100Hz), bass level (-8 to +8), bass Q factor (1.00, 1.25, 1.50 or 2.00), bass extension (On or Off), middle center frequency (0.5, 1.0, 1.5 or 2.0kHz), middle level (-8 to +8), middle Q factor (1.0 or 2.0), treble center frequency (10.0, 12.5, 15.0 or 17.5kHz), and treble level (-8 to +8). The System Q EX can be turned off in the menu, still allowing you to adjust the bass, middle and treble levels only.
System E's+ Advanced Crossover System: The System E's+ Advanced Crossover system allows you to tailor your system with selectable crossover points for all channels. For the front and rear channels, there is a 6dB/octave high-pass filter with independently selectable crossover points of 40Hz, 60Hz, 80Hz, 100Hz, 120Hz, 150Hz, 180Hz, 220Hz or Thru (no filter). The non-fading preamp output, for use with subwoofer amplifiers, has a 12dB/octave low-pass filter, with a selectable cutoff frequency of 50Hz, 80Hz, 120Hz or Thru (no filter). You can also switch the phase of the subwoofer output from normal to reverse, and adjust the level of the output from -35 to +5 in 1dB steps.
Bass Management System (B.M.S.): This unit is equipped with an interface (pink/black wire in the wiring harness) which controls certain special features of B.M.S.-equipped Kenwood eXcelon amplifiers. This unit, when properly connected, can remotely activate and adjust the amount of bass boost in the amplifier. You can choose between +6dB, +12dB, or +18dB bass boost, or flat (no boost). In addition, you can lower the bass boost center frequency by 20%, switching between "Normal" and "Low".
Volume Offset Control: The level of each source may be independently adjusted to prevent radical leaps in output volume when switching from one source to another. The available settings range from -15 to 0.
Attenuator With Smooth Volume Return: The attenuator immediately lowers the volume by a 20dB. Smooth Volume Return gradually increases the volume to the original level when the ATT button is pressed a second time, eliminating a jarring change in volume.
Compatibility: The DDX7015 is directly compatible with Kenwood changers manufactured in 1998 or later. If the changer has an O-N switch, the switch will need to be set to the "N" position. If you have a Kenwood changer manufactured before 1998, you will need the KCA-S210A switching adapter. Changers manufactured before 1994 require the CA-DS100 converter cord (113CADS100) and the KCA-S210A switching adapter.
Changer Controls: In addition to basic disc navigation features, this unit has the following changer controls: direct disc access (using the remote), direct track access (using the remote), track intro scan, track repeat, disc repeat, disc random, and all disc random.
Disc Name Preset (DNPS): When used with a compatible CD changer, this feature allows you to assign names to discs in the changer. Each name can be up to 16 characters in length. The number of names you can store depends on the CD changer that is connected to the head unit. The Disc Select menu will display the names of the discs 6 at a time.
CD Text/MD Display: When connected to a CD Text capable CD changer or an MD changer, this unit can display disc and track titles for discs encoded with disc and track title information. The text information can be scrolled manually or automatically.
Music Keg Compatible: The DDX7015 is fully compatible with the Kenwood Music Keg Digital Music System (models KHD-C710 and KHD-CX910).
A/V Input: The DDX7015 is equipped with a built-in audio/video input: a set of stereo RCA jacks and a composite video jack on a 12-inch pigtail on the back of the unit. This input can be named "DVD", "VCD", "VCR", "Game", "Aux", "R-Cam", or "Video". The A/V input can be set to Normal (A/V input source is displayed only when you switch to that source) or Auto (A/V input source is automatically displayed when a signal is input). With an optional adapter (item 113CAC1AX or 113KCAS210), you can also turn the unit's CD changer input into a second auxiliary input (audio only).
A/V Output: The unit features another set of stereo RCA jacks and a composite video jack to output A/V signals to an optional monitor. You can choose DVD or A/V In as the source for the A/V output. Note: If you select DVD as the source and the optional DSP unit is connected, there will be no output to the A/V output jack.
Parking Brake Detection: To prevent the displaying of video while the vehicle is in motion, the supplied 3-wire harness must be connected to the vehicle's parking brake detection circuit, as well as a constant power source and ground. While the vehicle is in motion (parking brake off), you can still view all of the other displays and menus.
TV Tuner Input: The DDX7015 includes a 20-pin input for the optional Kenwood KTC-V500N TV tuner. Note: The KTC-V800N tuner is not compatible with this unit.
Navigation Input: You can connect a Kenwood navigation system to this unit via the maroon colored 13-pin jack on the back of the chassis.
DSP Input: There are two inputs, one analog and one digital, for the optional Kenwood KDS-P901 Digital Decoder/Processor for decoding Dolby Digital, DTS, and Dolby Pro Logic multi-channel surround.
Disc Compatibility: The KNA-DV4100 is compatible with DVD-ROM navigation map discs only and cannot play standard video DVDs.
Touchscreen (or Remote) Control: The KNA-DV4100 was designed to be used along with any Kenwood mobile television that has touchscreen control, including the KVT-915DVD, KVT-715DVD, and DDX7015. The KNA-DV4100's touchscreen menus operate identically on all compatible monitors. With the touchscreen interface, all controls appear as icons on the screen; you simply touch the one you want and the system responds, allowing you to concentrate on driving. With the optional KNA-RC300 remote control (item #113KNARC30), you can use the KNA-DV4100 with any mobile TV monitor.
Voice Recognition: The optional KNA-VC300 Microphone and Talk Switch (item # 113KNAVC30) allows you to control the 'DV4100 Navigation system through voice recognition. You can configure the Voice Recognition system to accept an English (U.S.) male voice, English (U.S.) female voice, English (U.K.), or a number of other languages. With Voice Recognition, you can operate the navigation system totally hands free. Voice commands are sorted into six categories: Shortcut commands, Map Operation commands, POI (Points-of-Interest) Display commands, Destination Operation commands, Guidance commands, and Display commands.
DVD Navigation Map: The navigation system includes the KNA-MP414 DVD Navigation Map of North America on two discs containing different areas (East and West). There is some overlap of the two areas with 13 Midwest states appearing on both discs. Over 6 million map miles and over 10 million points of interest are included on the discs.
Routing Options: Once you have entered a destination, the unit will calculate the route and give you a choice of three options: Normal Route, Shortest Distance, or Quickest Route.
Voice Guidance: In addition to graphical directions, the 'DV4100 Navigation system provides voice guidance and turn-by-turn directions through the connected A/V receiver. The unit has a mono audio preamp output to allow you to connect a dedicated active speaker for voice guidance. You can select any of 12 available languages for Voice Guidance, including a male or female English (U.S.) voice.
Positioning Methods: The KNA-DV4100 uses a combination of the following three methods of vehicle positioning:
- GPS (Global Positioning System): Using the supplied GPS antenna, the vehicle's position is calculated using up to 8 positioning satellites. The GPS updates the vehicle's position two times per second (while the display updates once per second).
- Wheel Pulse: The supplied wiring harness contains leads that are connected to the vehicle's speed signal circuit, the reverse detection circuit, and parking brake detection circuit. The unit receives pulse signals from the speed signal circuit to calculate the vehicle's speed to determine the distance traveled.
- Gyro Sensor: The unit's built-in Gyro Sensor helps determine the direction the vehicle is traveling. Note: The main unit must be mounted horizontally in order for the gyro sensor to operate properly.
Map Matching: Map Matching combines the vehicle position data provided by the GPS satellites, information from the map data stored on the DVD-ROM, information from the gyroscope and speed sensors with dead reckoning. (Dead reckoning uses the known course and distance traveled from the last previously known position to help determine the vehicle's current position.) Map Matching receives updated GPS information twice per second, and updated DVD map information every second, ensuring that the vehicle's location is accurately displayed.
Map Orientation: You can choose to orient the map in one of two ways. You can select to show North at the top of the screen, or show the direction in which you are heading at the top.
Map Display Scale: You can increase or decrease the scale of the display map. The scale can be changed in 13 gradual steps, or, by using the on-screen scale bar, directly select one of 5 preset map scales between 1/32 mile and 128 miles.
Destination Input: The Destination Entry Menu gives you many different ways to choose your destination. An on-screen "keyboard" appears to allow you to enter your destination from one of the following categories:
- Address: You can input your destination's address by house number, street and city.
- Memory Point: You can select a destination from any one of 100 addresses that you have stored in memory. Memory points can be selected from one of four categories: Marked Point, Personal, Business, or Entertainment.
- Home/Stored Destination: You can store one home location to allow you to calculate your route home from your current location. If a destination is stored in advance, you can select it as your current destination, in a one-touch operation.
- Point of Interest: You can select a destination from a database of 10-million locations. You can select by name or category. Note: POIs can be selected as a waypoint or a destination.
- Previous Destination: You can choose from one of your 100 most recent destinations or waypoints.
- Select from Map: You can find a location on the map that was last displayed and make it your destination.
- Freeway Entrance/Exit: You can find the name of a freeway entrance or exit and make it your destination.
- Emergency: You can set the nearest police station or hospital as a destination.
- Coordinates: Using latitude and longitude, you can enter the coordinates of the location you desire as your destination.
- Intersection: You can enter the intersection of two streets and make it your destination.
- Phone Number: You can enter the phone number of the business or residence you want as your destination.
Route Guidance: While driving along during route guidance, the directions for the next junction where you have to turn are shown as a Turn Arrow or Turn List. As you approach an upcoming turn, an enlarged diagram of the junction automatically appears on a second screen, making route guidance even clearer. During route guidance, voice guidance will inform you of distances and turning directions as you approach turning points, waypoints, or your destination.
Auto Reroute: Should you miss a turn or make a wrong turn, the high-speed Auto Reroute feature automatically recalculates the route within 2 seconds.
Route Options: During route guidance to your destination, you can change the route options, stop, or check the route. You can select from the following route options:
- Search Condition: You can reset the conditions for the route search. For example, if you are currently navigating the shortest route, you can change to the quickest route and the system will recalculate the route.
- Detour: If you have to detour off of the calculated route, you can specify the length of the detour and the navigation system will calculate an alternate route.
- Route Preferences: The navigation system will calculate a route according to the conditions you set. You can minimize time/distance, use major roads, use toll roads, and use ferries.
- Destination/Waypoint Changes: The destination or waypoints used in route calculation can be added or changed, and the new route will be calculated.
- Display Whole Route: this function allows you to display the entire route once the destination is set and the guidance route is shown. You can also display a map of the area around the destination and a list of turns along your route.
- Route Preview/Simulation Run: The navigation system can show you an automated simulation of the calculated route before you begin traveling.
Navigation Setup: You can alter the map display conditions, the route guidance conditions, and show the system information:
- User Settings: The following
general user settings can be selected:
- Distance Units: You can choose between Metric (kilometers) or Imperial (miles).
- Road Restriction Warnings: Turn on or off the display of warnings of traffic restrictions during route guidance.
- Audio Mute: Select whether the audio is to be muted during voice guidance.
- Keyboard Layout: The layout of input keys can be alphabetical (ABC) or standard keyboard (QWE).
- Arrival Time: You can choose an estimated arrival time (clock time) or amount of remaining time to destination (in hours/minutes).
- Color Scheme: You can select from four different color schemes for the menu system.
- Map Mode: You can set the display for either day or night illumination, or to Auto, which will automatically switch the screen to night illumination when the vehicle's headlights turn on.
- Guidance Screen: You can choose whether or not route guidance will be displayed.
- Freeway Information: You can select whether or not to display route guidance while on a freeway.
- Quick Point of Interest Selection: This function allows you to set the categories that are displayed when the Point of Interest menu is selected.
- Volume: Select an audio output level between 1 (minimum) and 7 (maximum). "Off" setting mutes the audio output.
- 2D/3D View: You can switch between a 2D and 3D display screen. You can also change the viewing angle of the 3D display.
- Calibration: This function allows you to correct any error in the position or direction of your vehicle display. You can also correct any error in the display in the current position that might occur after replacing your tires.
- Navigation Information: This function allows you to check the condition of all the vehicle sensors and input signals that are connected to the navigation system, plus check to see the version of the map disc you are currently using.
- Clock Settings: You can choose a 12-hour or 24-hour clock display. Time zone adjustment is done automatically through GPS signals.
- Restore System Defaults: This function replaces all the settings in the navigation system with the initial default settings.
Stored Locations: You can store, edit, or delete any of the following stored locations:
- Memory Points: You can designate up to 100 addresses or locations as Memory Points, which stores their location here and puts a marker on the map for each one. Memory Points can be categorized as a marked point, personal, business or entertainment.
- Home: Allows you to store your home address so it can be used as a destination
- Destination and Way Points: You can store one destination and up to 5 Way Points (stops you wish to make along the route) for the trip. The navigation system will guide you to each Way Point in the order that they are entered, and will then guide you from the last Way Point to your destination.
- Previous Destinations: The 100 most recent destinations you have set are automatically stored here, making it easy to return to a location. Every time you set a new destination, it replaces the oldest one on the list.
- Preset Destinations: Up to 5 regularly-used destinations can be stored so that, when required, they can be set for the actual destination in a one-touch operation.
- Avoid Area: You can store up to 10 areas that you want to avoid on your trip.
Mounting: Using the supplied brackets, the main unit must be mounted parallel to the ground. If the main unit is not mounted parallel to the ground, the built-in gyroscope in the navigation will not operate properly. The supplied brackets allow the unit to be mounted on top of a flat surface, or suspended under a shelf.
Inputs/Outputs: The following inputs and outputs are located on the unit's rear panel:
- Active Speaker Port (ASP): female 3.5mm mini-jack for use with optional active speaker
- Monitor I/F: female 13-pin interface for supplied monitor I/F cable
- EXP: rectangular port not presently used
- Remote: female 3.5mm mini-jack for use with infrared sensor accompanying the optional KNA-RC300 remote control
- Voice: rectangular Molex connector for optional KNA-VC300 Microphone and Talk Switch for Voice Recognition feature
- AV Out: RCA composite video output and mono RCA audio output for use with other brand monitors
- GPS ANT: square Molex connector for supplied GPS antenna plug
- Power: rectangular Molex connector for supplied power wiring harness
- Main Unit: W=6.618", H=1.968", D=7.655"
- Main Unit (with brackets): W=8.292", H=1.968", D=7.655"
- GPS Antenna: W=1.328", H=0.513", D=1.483"