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I ahve the Kizashin SLS with the nav system in it and was wondering if anyone can explain why when I 1st synced up my bluetooth phone that the system was able to pull my phone book but now for some reason it does not do it anymore. I checked to ensure the option of "pull infor from phone" was selected. I can pull my missed calls and dialed calls and incoming calls but not able to pull the phone book. I know it can do it because when i 1st synced the phone it was there and I thought that was pretty kewl

Also, with the bluetooth people say they can't hear me...I was messing with the controls and wanted to know what others have their set as.

Currently mine is playing through front audio because for some reason when it is on all speakers people claim to say there is a bad echo but put it back to front only and have to trie it out.
 

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hahahahahahahaha...funny!!! I had the SAME issue(s) with mine and to my surprise all it took was reading the owners manual (who would of thought) it could be found There:

Here are the links to the model GPS in our cars:

Instruction Manual: http://www.kenwoodusa.com/UserFiles/File/UnitedStates/Consumer/Manuals/dnx6960.pdf

GPS Manual:http://www.kenwoodusa.com/UserFiles/File/UnitedStates/Consumer/Manuals/dnx9960_Navigation.pdf

In regards to your bluetooth...I also wondered the same thing and upon reading the manual it said that some features are disabled while driving. But even in park the phone book will not populate and the direct dial feature is diabled. I found out that you have to pull you E-brake in order to get those 2 features back. Kind of a good security measure. But I also noticed that while you are driving if you SLIGHTLY pull the E-brake so that the brake light comes on you can use the phonebook/direct dial while driving.

To answer your question about the call quality under the BT Setup and if not there its in the PH Setup I beleive, you want to adjust you echo, microphone and noise cancellation levels to like 3 or 4. I had mine in the almost highest rage and after tinkering with it realized that if I lower them it made a DRASTIC improvement.

I also tried playing through all speakers in the car vs just the front and really did not notice to much of a difference between the both, but once you adjust thos settings you should be good either way!

Hope this helps!!!
 
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