The TOC error on a Kenwood car indicates that the unit is not reading the Table of Content and requires service. The stereo should be taken to a qualified Kenwood service facility for further inspection and resolution of the problem.Know More
The error codes E-04 and E-05 also refer to an inability to read the Table of Content but typically refer to issues with a dirty or unreadable disc. If the error refers to the disc, cleaning the disc is the first recommendation, but if the disc is visibly scratched or scuffed, cleaning doesn't help. If the disc has been burned or created by the user as opposed to a commercial disc, the format of the files on the disc might be the problem. The user manual should be referenced to determine which file formats the player can recognize.
Error codes, troubleshooting and resolutions for some issues can be found in the appropriate user manual for the stereo. Kenwood USA makes user manuals available through its website as long as the appropriate model number is known. The Kenwood Corporation started in 1946 under the name Kasuga Radio Company, Ltd. It was renamed three times with the final change occurring in 1986. In 2007, Kenwood invested in Victor Company of Japan, Limited and established JVC Kenwood Holdings, Inc., in 2008 as a result.Learn more about Technology
Hooking up an equalizer in a car stereo involves hooking up an RCA patch, connecting the equalizer’s output to the amplifiers’ RCA inputs and connecting the equalizers to the receivers. Hooking up an equalizer requires its output be sent to an outboard amplifier. A good equalizer allows users to adjust the specific frequency bands to the desired setting.Full Answer >
A JVC car stereo can be wired into an automobile's existing electrical system via a suitable wiring harness or by connecting specific color-coded cables to the appropriate electrical points in the vehicle. The exact steps to wire a car stereo vary depending upon the model and also upon the additional components in the vehicle's audio system.Full Answer >
The easiest way to determine if a vehicle has Bluetooth technology is by attempting to pair a Bluetooth enabled cell phone with the radio. If the phone finds the radio, a button with a headset or phone on the car stereo illuminates. Pressing the button pairs the phone and stereo. Most vehicles with a date of manufacture after 2004 have this capability, according to Autos.com.Full Answer >
The time can be changed on a JVC car stereo by powering up the stereo, adjusting both the hours and minutes as needed, and selecting a.m. or p.m. on the display. After finding the locations of different buttons and settings, adjusting the time is a straightforward process.Full Answer >