The Android device must support the Bluetooth HID Profile, HDMI or MHL output.
* In order to connect the Android device to the JVC AV Multimedia Receiver, an optional HDMI-MHL Conversion Cable (KS-U61 : sold separately) or HDMI Cable (KS-U60 : sold separately) is required.
*5-pin to 11-pin micro USB adapter or HDMI adapter is required when using Samsung products.
- Apps Launcher
If the receiver is supported apps launcher function, it can be launch the apps that has been allowed to operate while driving from the launcher home screen.
Apps that has been allowed to operate while driving.
JVC Smart Music Control
* In other than the above apps, it is possible only display the screen while driving.
- Tap and Drag Operation
Tap or drag operation on the Android device can be operated from the touchscreen panel of the receiver.
* Does not support multi-touch operation.
- HOME/BACK/TASK Buttons
HOME / BACK / TASK buttons will be displayed on the screen to operate the Android device even if those buttons are not displayed.In addition, it is possible to minimize these buttons when they are not required and the button location can be moved by dragging.
* Those buttons are displayed only while the Android device is connected to the receiver via the Bluetooth connection.
* When using some applications (i.e. video application software etc.), there is a possibility that those buttons are not displayed.
* If the receiver is supported apps launcher function, it is displayed Launcher HOME / BACK buttons while driving, and HOME / BACK / TASK buttons while parked.
* To use the "OK Google" feature, set to turn off the service of this apps in the accessibility settings of the Android device. In this case, HOME / BACK / TASK buttons will not be able to use but will be displayed.
- Screen fixed to Landscape mode display / Screen sleep function disabled
While the Android device is connected to the receiver, the screen is fixed to landscape display mode and screen sleep function is disabled automatically.
* The previous settings will be automatically set after the Bluetooth connection with the receiver is disconnected.
* The application is displayed in portrait mode display if it does not support landscape mode display. In this case, the operating range will also change to fit within the display range automatically.
* Since the screen sleep function is disabled during the Bluetooth connection to the receiver, there are cases where the battery consumption is increased.
- Power Saving Setting (Allow Connection)
There is a setting to turn OFF the linkage function with the receiver.
If this setting is turned OFF, the battery consumption of Android device will be decreased while the Bluetooth connection with the receiver is disconnected.
* To connect to the receiver, this setting should be turned ON again. (It does not turn ON automatically.)
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Please repeat the screen calibration again if you have changed the output screen size of Android device.
Do not touch the screen of the Android device during the screen calibration. This could cause the calibration process to fail.
No warranty is given as to normal operation of all devices.
For information on Bluetooth settings of Android devices please refer to the instruction manual of your device.
Filters: ANSI A and C weighting filters are provided. Just flip the switch to select the filter. A weighting rolls off low frequencies fairly steeply, and also rolls off high frequencies. Think of this as a "speech" filter. C weighting rolls off low and high frequencies slightly, think of this a a "music" filter.
Decay: Flip the switch to choose ANSI Fast or Slow. Slow will give you a better average reading, while Fast will follow peaks better.
Ranges: Select 40dB to 120dB in 9 ranges. Whatever range is selected, this is the value at the 0dB mark on the meter.
Calibration: SPL Meter comes pre-calibrated for the typical Android built-in and headset mic, but you can adjust the cal if you have a professional, calibrated meter to compare it to.
To adjust the calibration of your meter, follow these steps:
Set you reference meter to the same settings as SPL Meter (choose C and Slow, for example, on both meters)
Play pink noise or white noise through your system to get a reading on your reference meter in the range of 70-85dB
Go to the settings page on SPL Meter (touch the “wrench” in the upper right hand corner)
Select the correct mic setting (normally Internal)
Adjust the Trim field using the + and - buttons until the dB field matches the reading on your reference meter