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TABLE DES MATIERES
Thank you for choosing a Jensen product. We hope you will find the instructions in this owner's
manual clear and easy to follow. If you take a few minutes to look through it, you'll learn how to
use aIHhe features of your new Jensen VM9413 Mooite Muttimedia Receiver for maximum
enjoyment.
Merci d'avoir choisi un produit Jensen. Nous esperons que vous allez trouver les instructions
dans ce guide de proprietaire c1aires et faciles it suivre. Prenez q~elques minutes it Ie
consulter, vous apprendrez autiliser toutes les fonctions de votre nouvelle radio Jensen
VM9413 pour en tirer une jouissance maximum.
Introduction
Anti-Theft Feature
Controls and Indicators
Remote Control
Using the TFT Monitor
Operating Instructions
Setup Menu
Tuner Operation
Satellite Radio Operation
DVDNCD Video Operation
DVD/CD Audio Operation
Playing MP3IWMA Files
iPod Operation
Bluetooth Operation
Troubleshooting
Specifications
Preparation
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Fonctions anti-vol........................................................................................................
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Commandes et indicateurs
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Telecommande
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Utilisation du moniteur TFT
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Instructions d'operation
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Menu configuration (Setup)........................
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Operation Tuner
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Operation radio Satellite............................................................................................
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Operation video DVDNCD..
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Operation audio DVD/CD
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Jouer des fichiers MP3IWMA............................................................................................. 98
Operation iPod
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Operation Bluetooth
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Depannage
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Specifications................................................................................................................... 110
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Gracias par elegir los productos Jensen. Esperamos que encuentre en este manual
instrucciones claras y f.kiles de seguir. Si se toma unos pocos minutos para leerlo, aprendera
c6mo utilizar todas las funciones de su nuevo radio Jensen VM9413 para su maximo
entretenimiento.
Preparaci6n
Dispositivo anti-robo
Controles e Indicadores
Control Remota
C6mo Usar el Monitor TFT..
Instrucciones de Funcionamiento
Menu de Configuraci6n
Operaci6n de Sintonizador
Operaci6n de Radio Satelital
Operaci6n de Video de DVDNCD
Operaci6n de Audio de DVD/CD
C6mo reproducir archivos MP3IWMA
Operaci6n de iPod
Operaci6n de Bluetooth
Resoluci6n de Problemas
Especificaciones
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VM9413
INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of the Jensen VM9413
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It's a good idea to read all of the instructions before beginning
the installation. We recommend having your head unit
installed by a reputable installation shop.
Features
DVD
Aspect Ratio - Cinema, Normal and OFF (Standby)
Fast Forward, Fast Reverse - 2X, 4X, 6X and 8X
Slow Forward, Slow Reverse - 2X, 4X and 8X
Play, Pause, Stop, Next Chapter and Previous Chapter
ESP - 2MB Buffer
USB - Supports Hard Drives and Flash Memory
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jLinkDirect for iPod
RCA Audio Nideo Input
Chassis
1.0 DIN (Import/ISO-DIN Mountable)
7" Motorized Swivel Flip-OuUFlip-UpTFT Active Matrix
LCD with Anti-Glare Coating
Screen TilUAngle Adjustment
Heat Management System - Forced-Air Cooling to Keep
the Chip Sets Operating at Nominal Temperatures
Sat Radio Ready
Requires XM CNP2000UC and CNPJEN1 (Both Sold
Separately)
Satellite Channel Name, Artist, Song and Categories
Displayed on TFT Screen
General
Bluetooth ready with hands-free profile for safety f
convenience and A2DP profile for streaming music from
a PDAf PMP
Navigation Ready (NAV102 Only)
Infrared Remote Control
Two Composite Video Outputs for Additional Screens
Compatible with MZ7TFT Rear Seat Monitors with
Touch Screen Interface
Two Audio Nideo Auxiliary Inputs
200-0hm Preamp Line Output - All Audio Channels
4VRMS Line Output - All Channels
Rotary Encoder Audio Control
Seven-Band EO with Eight Preset EO Curves
Spectrum Analyzer
Front, Rear, and Subwoofer Line Output
Subwoofer Crossover and Phase Control
Programmable Volume Control
Rear Camera Input (Normal and Mirror Image View)
Auto TFT Dimmer
5-Way Joystick
SWC Interface - Compatible with PAC adapter SWI-PS
Steering Wheel Control Interface, sold separately
iPod
Optional Equipment
CD IMP31 WMA
103 Tag Compatible
Directory Search (MP3 / WMA Only)
Direct Track Access via Remote control
Burn Up To 1500 MP3 and WMA Files onto a DVD+R /
RW
Audible Forward f Reverse Track Search
Random, Repeat and Intro
Play, Pause, Stop, Next Track and Previous Track
ESP - 2MB Buffer
Tuner
HDRM-2 HD Radio Module*
USA f Europe Frequency Spacing
24 Station Presets (18 FM f 6 AM)
Auto Stereo f Mono
Auto Store
High Speed Direct Connect Interface to Access iPod
Playlists, Artists, Albums and Songs. Play music and
view video files from your iPod.
Power Management Charges iPod while Connected
Requires jLink 3 iPod Interface Cable (included)
iTunes® Tagging
MediaLinK'
Under Dash Interface Allows Portable Media Devices to
be Connected
MediaLink4 Includes the Following Connectivity:
NAV102
The head unit is "navigation ready." Before accessing
any navigation features, you must purchase and install
the NAV102 module. All installation and operating
instructions will be included with the NAV102 navigation
module.
Once the NAV102 is connected and operating properly,
the NAV source mode will become active. While the
NAV102 is not installed, the NAV option appears gray,
indicating the function is not available.
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Rear Camera
Tfre head unit is ·camera reatry.*aefore accessing any
camera features, you must purchase and install a rear
video camera. Once the rear camera is connected and
operating properly, the CAMERA source mode will
become active. While the camera is not installed, the
CAMERA option appears gray, indicating the function is
not available.
Satellite Radio Tuner
See "Satellite Radio Operation" on page 17.
iPod
See "Playing MP3IWMA Files" on page 23.
Bluetooth Phone
See "Bluetooth Operation" on page 28.
WARNING! To reduce the risk of a traffic accident (except
when using for rear view video camera) never use the
video display function while driVing the vehicle. This is a
violation of federal Jaw.
WARNING! Never disassemble or adjust the unit.
WARNING! To prevent injury from shock or fire, never
expose this unit to moisture or water.
WARNING! Never use irregular discs.
WARNING! To prevent damage to the mechanism inside
this unit, avoid impact to the TFT monitor.
WARNING! Using an improper fuse may cause damage
to the unit and result in a fire.
WARNING! The monitor employs an automatic motorized
mechanism. To prevent damage to the core mechanism,
please do not push, pull or swivel the monitor manually,
other than in the manner explained in "Monitor Left/Right
Angle Adjustment" on page 7.
*HD Radio ™ Technology Manufactured Under License From
iBiquity Digital Corporation. U.S. and Foreign Patents. HD
Radio TM and the HD and HD Radio logos are proprietary
trademarks of iBiquity Digital Corporation.
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VM9413
ANTI-THEFT FEATURE
The VM9413 is equipped with an anti-theft feature requiring
the user to enter a password upon initial power on.
Enter Password:
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The default user password is 012345 (6 digits). Enter the
password using the on-screen keypad and then press the
Enter (arrow) button. You can also use the remote control
keypad to enter the password.
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NOTE: If you forget your password, contact Customer
Service at 1-800-323-4815 for assistance.
To change the anti-theft and RATINGS protection password,
perform the following steps:
touch the ~ button on the screen to enter the
"SETUP" menu.
Touch RATING to view the "RATING" sub-menu. An
open lock icon to the right of the "Password" field
indicates that a user password had not yet been
entered.
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The "lock" icon will now appear closed and the new antitheft password will be set, as well as the password for
RATING protection (see "Rating Sub-menu Features"
on page 12).
Press the joystick Enter button (18) on the remote control to
confirm.
Press the SETUP button (31) on the remote control or
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Enter a new 6-digit password and press the Enter
(arrow) button.
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SETUP
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CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
Button 2J!eration
1.0PENIC[OSE
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Press to activate the automatic mechanical system and move
the TFT monitor into viewing position. Press again to close
the TFT.
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With the TFT monitor open, press to cycle through
information available on the TFT screen.
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With the TFT monitor closed, press and hold to view the
clock.
In DVD Mode, press to view the top and bottom information
bars. Press again to turn "Display Off'.
3. AS
Press to automatically store the first six strong stations in
preset memory. Applies to current band only.
4. BAND
8
Press the BAND button to change the AM, FM or SAT band.
S.AUDIO
Rotate to adjust the volume. Press to access audio EQ menu.
6.SRC
Press to select playing mode.
When you change the source during navigation, the voice
prompts will still be heard, although the navigation map
cannot be seen. (The selected source audio will be muted
until the navigation voice prompt command is completed,
after which the source audio will resume.)
7. LCD Display
8. MUTE
Press to silence the receiver. Press again to resume previous
volume level.
NOTE: This head unit features Softmute, which will allow
the volume to increase gradually when the MUTE
function is deactivated.
9. IR Remote Control Receiver
10. (left joystick)
DVD/Disc Mode: Press once to play back the previous
chapter/track.
TUNER Mode: Press once to auto-search for the previous
available radio station.
MENU Mode: Press once to move the cursor to the left.
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CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
11. (down joystick)
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DVDlDisc Mode: Press once for slow forward/slow reverse.
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3
TUNER Mode: Press to go down one frequency step.
MENU Mode: Press once to move the cursor down.
12. Reset
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Press to reset system settings to factory default (except the
password and parental lock setting).
CLOSE
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DISP
BAND
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AS
13. Pause/Play/Enter
Press to pause or resume playback or to confirm current
selection.
14. (right joystick)
DVD/Disc Mode: Press once to enter the next chapter or
track.
TUNER Mode: Press once to auto-search the next available
radio station.
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MENU Mode: Press once to move the cursor to the right.
15. (up joystick)
DVD/Disc Mode: Press once for fast forward/fast reverse.
TUNER Mode: Press to go up one frequency step.
MENU Mode: Press once to move the cursor up.
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Press once for disc insertion/ejection.
Press and hold to reset core mechanism position.
17. TFT Display
18. NAV
When the NAV102 is connected to the head unit, press to
display the navigation user interface. The TFT screen must
be open for this function to operate.
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Press to control repeat playback function.
20.INT
Press to control intra playback function.
21. SD Card Slot
Insert SD card for playback of audio/video files.
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22. WIDE/PICTURE
Press to adjust the display aspect of the picture to one of two
settings: CINEMA, NORMAL or Standby (screen off). NOTE:
Only CINEMA and Standby are available for non-video
sources.
Press and hold to adjust Brightness and Contrast.
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23/24. ANGLEITILT
Press to activate the tilt function. Press once to adjust the
downward tilt angle of the screen one step at a time or press
and hold to adjust the angle in a continuous motion up or
down.
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VM9413
REMOTE CONTROL
Table 1: Remote Control Functions
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Button
Name
Function
Ref#
DVD
VCD
MENU
1
Enter the main menu of
the disc
Turn on/off PBC when
playing VCD
TITLE
2
Enter the title menu of
the disc
Play first ten seconds
of each chapterltitle
MUTE
3
Toggle on/off audio output
Toggle on/off audio output
4
Turn the power on/off
Turn the power on/off
AUDIO
5
Change the audio language for disc playback
REPT A-B
6
Setup to repeat playback from time frame A
to time frame B
Setup to repeat playback from time frame A
to time frame B
REPT
7
Repeat playback of
current chapter
Repeat playback of
current chapter
Select playing mode
POWER/C>
SRC
8
Select playing mode
SUBTITLE
9
Language selection for
subtitle
DISP/
CLEAR
10
Display playback information
Display playback information
Delete entry or move
backwards to correct
error in Direct Access
mode
Delete entry or move
backwards to correct
error in Direct Access
mode
TUNER
CD/MP3/USB/SD
TAG HD Radio stations for transfer to an
iPod
SATELLITE
Displays diagnostics
screen
Play first ten seconds
of each file
Category list in CG
mode
Toggle on/off audio output
Toggle on/off audio output
Toggles on/off audio
output
Turn the power on/off
Tum the power on/off
Turns the power on/off
Repeat playback of
current track
Select playing mode
Select playing mode
Selects playing source
Displays audio mode
Delete entry or move
backwards to correct
error in Direct Access
mode
PRESET 1\
11
Navigate the preset
station list
NaVigates the preset
station list
PRESET V
12
Navigate the preset
station list
Navigates the preset
station list
ANGLE
13
Play back disc in different angle for a scene
Play back Picture CD
with different angle of
picture displayed
Switches MEM keypad off
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14
Fast forward the disc
content
Fast forward the disc
content
Changes station up
one increment
Fast forward the disc
content
VOL-
15
Decrease volume
Decrease volume
Decrease volume
Decrease volume
VOL+
16
Increase volume
Increase volume
Increase volume
Increase volume
Increases volume
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17
Select the previous
chapter for playback
Select the previous
chapter for playback
Search an available
radio station by
decreasing tuning frequency
Select the previous
track for playback
Searches an available
radio station by
decreasing tuning frequency
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18
Pause playback/start
playback
Pause playback/start
playback
Pause playback/start
playback
ENTER, Toggles the
on-screen menu
between CATICH mode
5
Decreases volume
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Table 1: Remote Control Functions
Button
Name
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Function
Ref#
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DVD
VCD
Select the next chapter
for playback
Select the next chapter
for playback
TUNER
Search an available
radio station by
increasing tuning frequency
CD/MP3/USB/SD
Select the next track for
playback
SATELLITE
Searches an available
radio station by
increasing tuning frequency
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20
Stop playback/end call
Stop playback/end call
End call
Stop playback/end call
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21
Go to specific time
frame and playback/
dial call
Go to specific time
frame and playback/
dial call
Dial call
Dial call
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22
Slow playback/fast
rewind playback
Slow playback/fast
rewind playback
Changes station down
one increment
ZOOM
23
Zoom in/out on an
image
Zoom in/out on an
image
PIC
24
Display set-up para meters
Display set-up parameters
OPEN/
CLOSE
25
Open/close the TFT
monitor
Open/close the TFT
monitor
Open/close the TFT
monitor
Open/close the TFT
monitor
Opens/closes the TFT
monitor
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26
Decrease monitor tilt
angle
Decrease monitor tilt
angle
Decrease monitor tilt
angle
Decrease monitor tilt
angle
Decreases monitor tilt
angle
TILT ~
27
Increase monitor tilt
angle
Increase monitor tilt
angle
Increase monitor lilt
angle
Increase monitor tilt
angle
Increases monitor tilt
angle
WIDE
28
Select display mode:
FULL or NORMAL
Selects display mode:
FULL or NORMAL
1,2,3,4,5,
6,7,8,9,0
(Numeric
Keypad)
29
Directly access chapter
II~/BAND
30
Slow motion playback
Displays Brightness/
Contrast Controls
Selects display mode:
CINEMA or Standby
1-6 selects preset for
current band
Directly access track
1-6 selects preset for
current band
Slow motion playback
Change AM/FM band
Slow motion playback
Selects SAT1, SAT2 or
SAT3 band.
Displays Setup menu
SETUP
31
Display Setup menu
Display Setup menu
Display Setup menu
Display Setup menu
EO
32
Modify equalizer settings
Modify equalizer settings
Modify equalizer settings
Modify equalizer settings
ROM
33
Play all chapters in random order
INT
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EJECT
35
Eject disc
Enters Direct Access
mode
Play all tracks in random order
Eject disc
Eject disc
Play the first ten seconds of each track
Preview scan
Eject disc
Ejects disc
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USING THE TFT MONITOR
Open / Close TFT Mon itor
Monitor Left/Right Angle Adjustment
Aspect Ratio
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Press the OPEN/CLOSE button (1) on the front panel or
follow these steps:
press the (.A) button (25) on the remote control to activate
the mechanism that moves the display panel into the viewing
position.
1.
button (22) on the monitor to adjust the aspect ratio as
follows (only active with video source):
Close TFT Monitor
Make sure the TFT screen in "Out". Press the OPEN
button (1), if necessary.
Extender Mechanism
• Fully Extended
Extender Mechanism
- Closed
CINEMA
The entire screen is extended
horizontally to the aspect ratio of 16 to
9. The extension ratio is the same at
any point.
Press the OPEN/CLOSE button (1) on the front panel or
press the (.A) button (25) on the remote control to load the
display panel back into the compartment
TFT Monitor Auto Open
NORMAL
The conventional display image has a
4 to 3 ratio of horizontal to vertical,
leaving a blank area on the right and
left sides of the display.
If "TFT Auto Open" is "on" when the unit is turned on, the
monitor automatically moves to the viewing position.
If "TFT Auto Open" is "off" when the unit is turned on, press
the OPEN button (1) or (.A) button (25) on the remote
control to move the monitor into the viewing position.
STANDBY
Screen becomes black. Touch screen
to resume.
If "TFT Auto Open" is set to "Manual", the TFT will not close
when the key is turned off.
Monitor Tilt Angle Adjustment
A known characteristic of LCD panels is the quality of the
display in relationship to the viewing angle. The monitor
angle can be adjusted for optimum viewing using one of the
following methods.
Step by Step Angle Adjustment
Press the ( ~ ) or ( ~ ) button on the control panel (23, 24) or
remote control (26, 27) to adjust the tilt angle of the screen
one step at a time.
Continuous Angle Adjustment
Press and hold the ( ~ ) or (~ ) button on the control panel or
remote control to adjust the tilt angle in a continuous motion.
Image Setting
2.
Locate the extender mechanism behind the screen.
3.
Firmly grasp both sides of the screen near the bottom.
4. . .Gently pull on either the left or right side until the
extender mechanism becomes fUlly extended.
Table 2 shows the video output mode for each playing
source.
Table 2: Video Output Modes
Playing Source
Reverse Driving Use
If the rear-view video camera is connected, the unit is on, and
the monitor is stationed inside the main compartment of the
unit, the monitor automatically moves into the viewing
position and switches to CAMERA mode upon reverse
driving. When the reverse driving stops, the monitor returns
to the main storage compartment.
If the monitor is in display mode, the monitor automatically
switches to CAMERA mode upon reverse driving. When the
reverse driving stops, the monitor returns to its original input
mode.
Video Output Modes
RADIO
RGB Mode
SAT
RGB Mode
DISC
RGB Mode
BT
RGB Mode
AUX1
CVBS Mode
AUX2
CVBS Mode
NAV
RGB Mode
CAMERA
CVBS Mode
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Parameter Adjustment Procedure
1. Enter Picture Quality Setting Mode:
Press the PIC button on the remote control or press and
hold the WIDE/PICTURE button (22) on the monitor.
2.
Select Item to Set:
Use the upldown joystick buttons to select "BRIGHT" or
"CONTRAST".
3.
Set Parameters:
Use the left/right joystick buttons to modify the settings.
4.
Exit Picture Quality Setting Mode:
Press the PIC button on the remote control or the WIDE/
PICTURE button on the monitor.
Parking Brake Inhibit
When the pink "Parking" wire is connected to the vehicle
Parking Brake circuit, the front TFT monitor will display video
when the Parking Brake is engaged. (When the pink wire is
grounded via the Parking Brake circuit, video will be
displayed.)
Monitor Movement Mechanism
If an obstruction occurs in the monitor path, the following
protective measurements can be executed to prevent
damage to the mechanism or monitor:
Table 3: Monitor Protective Measures
Obstruction
Self
Protection
OPEN Button
Pressed
Power
Reconnected
Monitor loading out horizontally
Unit stops at
obstruction
point
Monitor fully
extended horizontally
Monitor is automatically
loaded into unit
Monitor loading in horizontally
Unit stops at
obstruction
point
Monitor fully
extended horizontally
Monitor is automatically
loaded into unit
Monitor loading out vertically
Unit stops at
obstruction
point
Monitor swivels back to the
unit
Monitor swivels back to the
unit
Monitor loading in vertically
Unit stops at
obstruction
point
Monitor swivels back to the
unit
Monitor swivels back to the
unit
After the protective procedure is executed, normal operation
is resumed by pressing the OPEN button (1) or disconnecting
and reconnecting the power.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
back of the head unit allows connectivity to the PAC adapter.
Power On I Off
Pressthe- 6/SRC button (6) on the unit (or the e>/POWER
button (4) on the remote control) to turn the unit on. The
buttons on the front of the unit light up and the current mode
status appears in the LCD (7). You can also turn on the unit
by pressing the OPEN button (1) and opening the TFT
screen.
Press and hold the e> button to power off the unit. The
monitor is drawn back into the main compartment.
Audible Beep Confirmation
An audible beep tone confirms each function selection. The
Beep tone can be disabled through the Setup menu.
Volume Adjustment
To increase or decrease the volume level, turn the AUDIO
control (5) on the front panel or press the VOL+I VOLbuttons (15,16) on the remote control. When the volume
level reaches "0" or "40", a beep sounds, indicating that the
adjustment limit has been reached. The volume ranges from
"0" to "40". The LCD or TFT screen displays the volume level
for 3 seconds.
Programmable Turn-On Volume
This feature allows the user to select a turn-on volume setting
regardless of the volume setting prior to turning the unit off.
To program a specific turn-on volume level, turn the AUDIO
control (2) to adjust the volume to the desired turn-on volume.
Push and hold the AUDIO button while the yellow speaker
icon and level indication is displayed on the screen. The unit
will beep two times to confirm your turn-on volume setting.
Mute
Press the MUTE button on the front panel (8) or remote
control (3) to mute the volume from the unit. Press the MUTE
button again to restore the volume. "MUTE" is displayed on
the LCD. Adjusting the volume or using any of the audio
setup features cancels the mute function.
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SWC Functions
music files from a portable music player, video from a video
camera and even view photos stored on a digital camera.
The following controls are available for most vehicles:
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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Vol Down
Vol Up
Mute
Seek Down I Previous Track I·· Preset Down
Seek Up I Next Track I •• Preset Up
SRC (Source)
•• Select
•• Select
Band
•• If additional steering wheel control buttons are available on
the vehicle, function 7 18 may be assigned the "Select"
feature. This feature I function may not be available on some
vehicles.
Select Operation
If "Select" (function 7 or 8) is held down and function 4 is
pressed momentarily, Preset Up will be selected. If "Select"
(function 7 or 8) is held down and function 5 is pressed
momentarily, Preset Down will be selected.
Playing Source Selection
Press the SRC button on the front panel (6) or remote control
(8) to change between available playing sources in the
following order: RADIO, SAT, DISC, NAV, BT, iPod, SO, USB,
AUX1, AUX2 and CAMERA. The playing mode is displayed
on the TFT and LCD screens.
Auxiliary Devices
External peripheral devices can be connected to this unit via
RCA output (AUX IN 2) or the MediaLink4 .
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If the "MUTE" wire is connected, audio output mutes when a
telephone call is received by the cell phone.
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Steering Wheel Control (SWC)
This head unit is compatible with the PAC (Pacific Accessory
Corporation) steering wheel control adapter SWI-PS. A
3.5mm female connector (labeled "SWC Interface") on the
Select "AUX 1" to play an auxiliary device connected via the
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RCA Inputs (AUX 1)
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Selecting a Source while Navigating
While navigating, other sources may be selected and listened
to such as AM-FM Tuner, CD, etc. To select a source, press
the e>/SRC button (6) and then select a source from the
Front Source Menu. Navigation voice prompts will be heard
automatically, although the navigation map cannot be seen.
(The selected source audio will be muted until the navigation
voice prompt command is completed, after which the source
audio will resume.)
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To adjust ari audio feature:
To access the SOURCE MENU, touch the TFT screen in the
top left corner of the screen.
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2.
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Use the left/right joystick buttons to highlight the audio
feature to be adjusted.
Press the joystick ENTER button on the control panel
(13) or remote control (18) to select the highlighted
option.
Use the joystick to adjust the selected feature to the
desired setting.
Table 4: Audio Adjustments
Function
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Adjustment Options
lin user mode, you
can manually adjust
each of the seven frequency bands.
I User
Use the on-screen
arrows to select a
predefined equalization curve.
Acoustic
Urban
Rave
7-Band Graphic Equalizer
Latin
The VM9413 features a 7-band graphic equalizer that allows
you to easily adjust your audio system to meet the acoustical
characteristics of your vehicle, which vary depending on the
type of vehicle and its measurements. Proper setting of the
Fader and Balance boosts the effects of the cabin equalizer.
Dance
Press the AUDIO button (5) on the front panel or press the
the onscreen EQ button twice to display the following audio
menu.
Hip Hop
Rock
FAD-SAL
Use this screen to adjust the output level for
each speaker in your surround system from 0
to -24dB. You can also adjust the master volume from this screen.
NOTE: The EQ mode will automatically change to
"USER" when individual EQ bands are adjusted.
Proper setting of the Fader and Balance complement the
effects of the cabin equalizer.
The Audio menu will automatically exit after a few seconds of
inactivity. To exit quickly, touch the top left corner of the
screen or press and hold the AUDIO button (5).
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User
250
600
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4k
10k
16k
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Touch the FAD-SAL button to access a second screen
with the BalancelFader settings.
Touch the EQ button to return to the Equalizer settings
screen.
Use the arrows on either side of the box where "User" is
selected, to choose a preset equalizer level.
To correct a system halt or other illegal operation, use the tip
of a pen to press the reset button (12) located on the front
bottom-right corner of the unit. After a system reset, the unit
restores all factory default settings.
NOTE: I' the unit is reset while a DVD is playing, the DVD
resumes play once the reset is complete.
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language
Rating
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Demo
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Clock Adjust
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The features available for adjustment under the highlighted
sub-menu option will appear in the center of the screen.
NTSC
The color signals are output in the
standard NTSC format.
PAL
The color signals are output in the
standard PAL format.
Beep
On
When turned on, an audible beep
tone confirms each function selection.
Off
No beep sounds.
If a DVD supports more than 1 Subtitle or Audio language, all
the languages are available for selection during playback. If
the selected language is not supported by the DVD, then the
default language is used.
4.
Use the touchscreen or press the 1\ or V buttons on the
joystick to select the feature to be adjusted.
Enter the option field for the feature you want to adjust
by using the touchscreen or pressing the ENTER
Qoystick) button. A submenu appears in a second row
with the selected option highlighted in blue.
Select a new value by using the touchscreen or pressing
the 1\ or V buttons on the joystick.
Use the touchscreen or press the ENTER Qoystick)
button to confirm setup.
OSD
English
On Screen Display appears in
English.
DVDAudio
English
DVD Audio is heard in English
when the option is available.
Spanish
DVD Audio is heard in Spanish
when the option is available.
French
DVD Audio is heard in French when
the option is available.
English
DVD subtitles automatically appear
in English when available.
Spanish
DVD subtitles automatically appear
in Spanish when available.
French
DVD subtitles automatically appear
in French when available.
Off
DVD subtitles do not appear automatically.
English
DVD menu (if applicable) is displayed in English.
Spanish
DVD menu (if applicable) is displayed in Spanish.
French
DVD menu (if applicable) is displayed in French.
DVD Subtitle
General Sub-menu Features
Setting
Options
Function
Disc Menu
Clock Mode
12 Hour
Clock displays 12 hour time using
AM and PM.
24 Hour
Clock displays 24 hour time up to
23:59.
Function
Options
Adjusting a Feature
3.
The clock appears in the top right
corner of the screen and on the
LCD screen during certain operations. NOTE: The AM/PM indication
will change as you continue to
adjust the hour past 12.
The color signal output is switched
automatically based on the current
video input signal - NTSC or PAL.
Setting
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Accessing Menu Items
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Touch the sub-menu name or use the joystick to select a submenu (Language, Audio, RDS, etc.).
1.
Audio Sub-menu Features
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Video Input
(Input circuitry autodetects the
video signal
from the Aux
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Options
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the remote control or touch the
button o-n the-screen to
enter the "SETUP" menu. The "GENERAL" sub-menu
appears highlighted in blue.
I/B
Setting
Setting
DRC
Options
Off
On
Sub. W Filter
50Hz
80Hz
Function
Employ the Dynamic Range Control
for better playback for low volumes.
Selecting a crossover frequency
sets a cut-off frequency of the subwoofer's LPF (low-pass filter).
100Hz
120Hz
150Hz
Speaker Sub-menu Features
Choose 4 CH or 4.1 CH depending on the speaker
configuration in your vehicle.
Use the Test Tone feature to verify speaker settings.
Make changes using the EQ/FAD-BAL menu, accessed
by pressing and holding the AUDIO button (volume
control).
Subwoofer Phase Adjustment: Touch the subw icon to
access the subwoofer polarity controls and reverse the
subwoofer signal polarity from 0° to 180°. Reversing
polarity can improve bass response related to speaker
configuration.
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Bluetooth Sub-menu Features
Setting
Bluetooth
Auto Answer
Connect
Options
On
Rating Sub-menu Features
Function
Enable Bluetooth function.
Off
Disable Bluetooth function.
On
The unit automatically answers all
incoming calls.
Off
Manually answer calls by touching
the "call" button.
Manual
Connect the last active mobile
phone by touching the CONNECT
icon when disconnected.
Auto
Pairing Code
The DVD system has a built-in parental lock feature to
prevent unauthorized persons from viewing restricted disc
content. By default, the rating system is set at the highest
setting (with no restrictions). The parental lock is released
only by entering the correct password. Once the password is
entered, rating is available for setup.
Setting
Password
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Rating
1. Kid Safe
Automatically connect when your
paired phone is in range.
2.G
3. PG
The default code is "1234". Touch
the keypad icon to open the keypad
and enter the pairing code or pass
key required for Bluetooth connection to your mobile phone. Not all
phones/devices require a pairing
code. The default code is "0000" for
many models.
Function
Options
Enter the default six-digit password
(012345).
Select the appropriate rating level
for the intended audience.
You may override higher ratings by
using your password.
Hardware Sub-menu Features
If the rear-view video camera is connected, the unit is on, and
the TFT monitor is retracted inside the unit, the TFT monitor
automatically moves into the viewing position and Camera
mode is selected upon shifting into REVERSE gear. When
shifting into DRIVE gear, the TFT monitor is retracted back
inside unit after ten seconds.
Setting
Camera In
TFT Set
Open
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7. NC-17
TFT Set Back
Setting
Tuner
Region
Options
USA
USA
Canada
Mexico
South
America
Europe
UK
Europe
Africa
Load Factory
Reset
Function
FM Band: 87.9MHz107.9MHz, channel separation
@ 200kHz
AM Band: 530kHz - 1710kHz,
channel separation @ 10kHz
FM Band: 87.6MHz107.9MHz, channel separation
@ 100kHz
AM Band: 531kHz -1602kHz,
channel separation @ 9kHz
Select "Reset" to restore the factory
default settings for the Rating system only.
To reset the password, access the "RATING" menu and enter
the current password. Once the correct password is entered,
you can access the "Password" field and enter a new one.
NOTE: Record the password and keep it in a safe place
for future reference. The rating for each disc is marked
on the disc, disc packing, or documentation. If the rating
is not available on the disc, the parental lock feature is
unavailable. Some discs restrict only portions ofthe disc
and the appropriate content will play. For details, please
refer to the disc description.
Demo Sub-Menu Features
You can stop/run demonstration mode or turn Demo Auto
Run on/off by choosing the "Demo" option from the SETUP
MENU.
When "Demo Auto Run" is Off, you can select "Demo Mode>
Run" to start Demo Mode. Demo Mode scrolls through the
various source screens, simulating activity on the display.
"Demo Mode" is discreetly displayed in yellow text (below the
clock), to indicate the unit is in Demo Mode. To stop Demo
Mode, press the upper-left quadrant of the TFT (Source
select).
When "Demo Auto Run" is On, the unit will automatically
display Demo Mode when powered on.
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Auto Dimmer
Function
Normal
Mirror
Reverse the camera image as if
looking through a rear-view mirror.
Auto
The TFT panel automatically opens
when the unit is turned on.
Manual
When the ignition is turned OFF, the
TFT panel DOES NOT retract if it
was previously out
Off
You must press the OPEN button
(1) to open the TFT panel.
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6.R
8. Adult
RDS Sub-menu Features
Options
Off
TFT screen remains fully extended.
On
TFT screen moves back slightly
after opening.
Off
TFT screen brightness remains
constant unless manually adjusted.
On
TFT screen will automatically dim
when less light is available.
If the monitor is in display mode, the monitor automatically
switches to CAMERA mode upon reverse driving. When the
reverse driving stops, the monitor returns to its original input
mode.
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Setting
Source
Options
DISC
RADIO
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AUX 1
USB
Function
Choose a source for which you
would like to increase the relative volume (LEVEL).
Use the +/- buttons to increase
or decrease relative volume for
specified source up to 6 decibels.
BT
AUX2
iPod
NAV
TS Cal (Screen Calibration)
To access the "Screen Calibration" function from the SETUP
menu, select the "TS CAL" option.
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After entering calibration mode, a crosshair
appears in a
corner quadrant of the screen. To begin calibration, press and
hold the crosshair for one second until it moves to the next
quadrant. Continue for each quadrant until the calibration is
completed.
To exit without performing calibration, touch the BACK
button.
Exiting the System Setup Menu
To exit setup mode and resume normal playback, press the
SETUP button (31) on the remote control or touch the BACK
button on the screen.
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About HD Radio™ Technology
HD Radio technology allows CD-quality digital broadcasting
of your local AM and FM radio stations. HD Radio broadcasts
can include multiple channels on the same frequency, which
is called multicasting. With multicasting, you can receive up
to eight additional multicast channels: HD1-HD8. With your
VM9413 radio, you will receive HD Radio digital broadcasts
automatically when tuned to a station that offers HD Radio
technology.
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Preset radio stations: Touch to recall preset stations
Program Information: Title, Artist, Type
NOTE: The amount of information displayed when
receiving an HD Radio signal is dependent upon what is
being broadcast. Some stations broadcast their call
letters (name), the artist's name, song title, and category
of music.
Touch for quick access to Equalizer level settings
Touch to access the direct entry screen
HD Radio band indicator
1«: Touch to seek backward
»1: Touch to seek forward
«: Touch to tune backward one step, including
multicast channels
»: Touch to tune forward one step, including multicast
channels
BAND: Touch to change between AMIFM bands
Touch to view the SOURCE MENU and select a new
playback source
MEM: View screen used to enter current channel into
preset memory
1/2 or 2/2: Touch this page button to view a second page
of on-screen buttons.
NOTE: In AM mode, there is only one page of on-screen
button options. The PROG button is not visible since
Multicast channels are not available for AM stations.
19. ~~: Touch to view the SETUP menu
20. PROG: Touch to view the HD Radio Multicast channel
display
21. AID: Touch to select Auto, Analog or Digital tuning
mode.
22. HD Radio station indicator
23. Auto memory scan
24. TAG: Touch to perform iTunes Tagging for current song
Switching to HD Radio Reception
Touch the top left corner of the screen (the circle) to
view the SOURCE MENU. Touch "Radio".
Press the SRC button (6) on the front panel or remote
control (8) to switch to the AMIFM or RADIO source.
Selecting the AM/FM Band
1.
2.
3.
4.
Current radio band indicator
Radio frequency indicator
Clock
Radio station name (call letters)
Touch the BAND button (15) on the screen, or press the
BAND button on the unit (4) or remote control (20) to select
the AM or FM band.
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Selecting a Tuning Mode
Touch the AID button (21) to choose from the follOWing
modes:
Auto: Search for both digital and analog stations.
Analog: Search and broadcast only analog channels.
Digital: Search and broadcast only digital stations.
Tuning
Not all FM or AM stations offer HD Radio (digital)
broadcasting. You can receive both analog and digital
stations with the VM9413.
Seek Tuning
To seek the next station:
Touch the »1 button on screen (13).
Press the »1 button (19) on remote control.
Press the> button on the joystick (14).
To seek the previous station:
Touch the 1« button on screen (12).
Press the 1« button (17) on the remote control.
Press the < button on the joystick (10).
Manual Tuning
To increase or decrease the tuning frequency one step:
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Touch the
or ; buttons on screen (14, 15).
Press the »or« buttons (14, 22) on the remote
control.
Press the fI or V buttons (11, 15) on the joystick.
Direct Tuning
To enter a radio station directly, touch the ggggg button or
press the GOTO button (21) on the remote control to display
the direct entry menu.
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HD Radio Multicast Channels
To tune to an HD Radio multicast channel, tune to the main
signal and then press the PROG button (20) on page 2/2 . If a
Multicast channel is being broadcast for the current station,
the corresponding multicasting number appears on the left
side of the screen. To view the title and artist, if available,
select HD-1, HD-2, HD3, etc.
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being broadcast. Some stations broadcast their call
letters (name), the artist's name, song title, and category
of music.
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1.
Select a band (if needed).
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Touch an on-screen preset button (6) to select the
corresponding stored station.
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Auto Store (AS)
When a PTY category is selected from the touch screen
menu, the radio will start scanning for stations broadcasting
in the selected category.
To select six strong stations and store them in the current
band:
Using Preset Stations
1.
2.
You can store up to 18 presets for FM and 6 presets for AM.
Stored stations appear on the left side of the screen.
Storing a Station
1.
Select a band (if needed), then select a station.
2.
Touch the on-screen MEM button (17) to open the
preset screen.
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Clear
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Enter the preset number for which you would like to
store the current station (or press EXIT to cancel and
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Select a band (if needed).
Touch the on-screen AS button or press the AS button
(3) on the control panel to activate the Auto Store
function.
The new stations replace stations already stored in that band.
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iTunes® Tagging
The VM9413 offers iTunes® Tagging, which allows the user
to "Tag" songs playing on HD Radio™ stations for purchase
later through iTunes. When the onscreen TAG button (24) is
touched, the unit stores the title and artist song information
that can then be transferred to your iPod when connected to
the MediaLink4 . A list titled "Tagged" will appear in iTunes,
allowing you the option to purchase your tagged songs.
iPod Compatibility
Models supported, but not limited to, include the following
iPod
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Tagging Music
To begin tagging music, tune to an HD Radio station. The HD
icon at the top of the display must be illuminated, indicating a
digital station is being received. Touch the onscreen TAG
button or press the MENUITAG button on the remote control.
"Adding Tag ..." will appear in the display. The song
information is saved to the VM9413 memory until an iPod is
connected. When the first tag is successful, the bottom of the
screen displays ''Tag Stored 1 of 64". You can tag up to 64
songs before the tags must be transferred to an iPod or
deleted. When the Tag memory reaches capacity (64 tags)
the bottom of the screen displays "Memory Full, Connect
iPod".
NOTE: Tags saved to your iPod can be managed using
the iTunes software, available at www.apple.com/itunes.
Downloading Tags to your iPod
To download tags to your iPod, plug an iPod into the iPod
jLink 3 and then into the MediaLink4 iPod connector. All
existing tags are automatically transferred to the iPod and
deleted from the head unit's memory. If an iPod is connected
when a song is tagged. the Tag will be immediately
transferred to the iPod.
NOTE: When transferring Tags to an iPod, the VM9413
must remain in Radio mode until the "## Tag(s) Sent"
message is displayed. To purchase tagged songs, you
must sync your iPod to iTunes and then click the
"Tagged" list on the left side of the iTunes software
screen. Click the "view" button for purchasing
information.
Table 5: TAG Messages
Tag Message
Reason
Storing Tag ...
TAG button is pressed
Tag Stored ## of 64
Successful Storage of Tag
## Tag(s) Sent
Tags have been transferred
successfully
Memory full, Connect iPod
Tag storage is full
Insufficient Tag Data
Tag data is not available
Tag transfer failed
Tag transfer failed
iPod full, Tag cannot be stored
iPod memory is full
Tagging not supported
Unsupported iPod is connected
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SATELLITE RADIO OPERATION
Listeners can subscribe to X~Radi~ ~n the Web by
visiting www.xmradio.com. or by calling (800) 967-2346.
Customers should have their Radio 10 ready (see
"Displaying the Identification (10) Code'? Customers can
receive a limited number of free-to-air channels without
activation.
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preset memory
20. DIAG: This feature is reserved for use by service
professionals for troubleshooting.
Accessing Satellite Radio Mode
Displaying the Identification (ID)
Code
Press the SRC button (6) on the front panel or remote control
(8) to switch to the SAT source.
Before you listen to satellite radio, you must subscribe to the
service using your radio's identification number. To display
the radio 10, press the left/right buttons (16, 17) on the
joystick or the CH - or CH + buttons on the touch screen
repeatedly to tune to channel "000". The screen displays the
radio 10 where the channel name is usually displayed,
Selecting a Station
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Use the left/right joystick buttons or the CH - or CH + buttons
on the touch screen to change to another station.
Preset Mode
XM Preview
To enter preset mode, touch the BAND button on the screen,
or press the BAND button on the unit (4) or remote control
(20) to change between the following bands: SAT 1, SAT2, or
SAT3 (indicated in the top left corner of the TFT screen).
XM Preview
XM Preview
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
SAT channel name
SAT channel number
SAT band
Time
Song title
Artist name
Song category
Signal strength indicator
Current preset channels/on-screen preset buttons
CH -: Select the previous channel
CH +: Select the next channel
CAT +: Select next channel in current category only
CAT -: Select previous channel in current category only
Touch to enter channel directly using keypad on screen
CG: Access Channel/Category Guide mode
BAND: Change between SAT1, SAT2 and SAT3 bands
Touch to view the SETUP menu
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1.
2.
Select a band (if needed).
Touch an on-screen preset button to select the
corresponding stored station.
Direct Tuning
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To enter a radio station directly, touch the 00000 button or
press the GOTO button (21) on the remote control to display
the direct entry menu.
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Enter the desired radio station using the on-screen number
pad. Touch the Enter button to tune to the selected station.
To exit the screen without changing the station, touch Exit. To
clear your entry and start over, touch Clear.
Six numbered preset buttons store and recall stations for
each band. All six stored stations (P1-P6) for the current
band appear on the TFT screen.
Channel/Category Guide Mode
Storing a Station
1.
Select a band (if needed), then select a station.
2.
Touch the on-screen MEM button (18) to open the
preset screen.
There are two search modes to help navigate through
channels and or categories. To access the Channel/Category
Guide mode, press the ENTER button (18) on the remote
control or the CG button on the touch screen.
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store the current station (or press EXIT to cancel and
close the menu). The preset number and station
appears highlighted.
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Channel Guide is the default search mode. To access
Category Guide, press the TITLE button (2) on the remote
control or touch CAT on the touch screen. To return to
Channel Guide, touch CH on the screen or press the
SUBTITLE button (9) on the remote control.
Channel Guide Mode
When Channel Guide mode is selected, the first six satellite
channels are displayed in the boxes in the bottom left of the
TFT screen and the on-screen menu changes to facilitate
search mode.
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While in Search Mode, to switch between Channel and
Category search modes, press the CH or CAT buttons
on the touch screen.
Use the scroll bar and arrows on the touch screen to
view the next/previous page of stations. Each page
contains six channels to select from.
Press the on-screen SCN button to preview each of the
6 channels displayed for 10 seconds.
Press the CG button to return to the Preset Mode
screen.
To select a channel while in Channel Guide mode, touch
the channel name on the screen. The channel will begin
playing and the unit will return to the Preset Mode.
Category Guide Mode
When Category Mode is selected, folder icons appear on the
screen next to category choices.
While in Search Mode, to switch between Channel and
Category search modes, press the CH or CAT buttons
on the touch screen.
Use the scroll bar and arrows on the touch screen to
view the next/previous page of categories. Each page
contains six categories to select from.
To select a category, touch the corresponding category
name or folder icon. The channels in that category will
be displayed on the screen.
Use the scroll bar and arrows on the touch screen to
view the next/previous six stations in the selected
category.
Touch the on-screen SCN button to preview each
channel in the selected category for 10 seconds.
Touch the channel name to play that channel.
Touch the on-screen CG button to return to the Preset
Mode screen.
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DVDIVCD VIDEO OPERATION
NOTE: When properly installed, DVD video cannot be
displayed on the main TFT screen unless the parking
brake is applied. If you attempt to playa DVD while the
vehicle is moving, the TFT screen displays "PARKING"
with a blue background. Rear video screens, if
applicable, will operate normally.
Opening/Closing the TFT Video Screen
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To switch to DVD mode when a disc is already inserted,
press the SRC button (6) on the front panel or remote control
(a) until "DISC" appears at the bottom of the screen.
Press the II>/BAND button on the remote control to slow
forward/slow reverse. Keep pressing and releasing the button
to increase the slow forward rate from "2X" to "4X" and "ax"
and then begin slow reverse.
Controlling Playback
Repeat Playback
To access the on-screen controls, touch the screen. Touch
the
button to view a second page of controls
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Opening the TFT Screen
To open the TFT video screen, press the OPEN/CLOSE
button (1). The unit beeps and then opens.
Closing the TFT Screen
Press the OPENICLOSE button (1) again to close the TFT
screen. If the screen is in the "IN" position, it moves out
before closing.
Insert/Eject Disc
Upon inserting a DVD disc, DVD mode is entered and disc
play begins.
NOTE: If Parental Lock (Rating) is activated and the disc
inserted is not authorized, the 6-digit code must be
entered and/or the disc must be authorized (see "Genera/
Sub-menu Features" on page 11).
You cannot insert a disc if there is already a disc in the unit or
if the power is off.
NOTE: DVD-R and DVD-RW will not play unless the
recording session is finalized and the DVD is closed.
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Stopping Playback
Touch the stop button (. ) on the screen or press the . ,
BAND button (20) on the remote control to stop DVD play.
Pausing Playback
Touch the pause button ( II ) on the screen (or press the >/11
button on the remote control) to suspend disc playback.
Press the> button on the screen to resume disc playback.
Fast Forward Playback
Ejecting a Disc
Press the A button (16) on the unit or remote control (35) to
eject the disc. The unit automatically reverts to Tuner mode.
You may eject a disc with the unit powered off. The unit will
remain off after the disc is ejected.
Reset the Loading Mechanism
If the disc loads abnormally or an abnormal core mechanism
operation occurs, press and hold the A button (16) on the
unit or remote control (35) to reset the loading mechanism.
Normal operation resumes.
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DVD: Repeat Chapter, Repeat Title, Repeat Off
VCD (PBC Off): Repeat Single, Repeat Off
NOTE: For VCD play, the repeat function is not available
ifPBC is on.
Sectional Repeat Function (A-B)
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Press the RPT button (19) on the control panel, the RPT
button (7) on the remote control, or the
button on screen
to alter repeat mode according to the following:
Press the 1\ button on the joystick or the» button on the
screen to fast forward. Keep pressing and releasing the
button to increase the rate from "2X" to "4X", "6X", and "ax".
Press the joystick enter button (1a) on the remote control or
touch the play button (» to resume normal playback.
Use the A-B function to define a specific area of a disc to
repeat.
Press the RPT A-B button (6) on the remote control (or
the A-B button on screen) to set the start point (A) of the
repeated section.
Press the RPT A-B button again once you reach the
desired end point (B) of the repeated section. The
selected portion of the DVD will now repeat
continuously.
Press the RPT A-B button again to cancel the A-B
section setting and stop repeat play.
Random Playback
With a DVD, VCD, or CD playing, press the RDM button on
the remote control (33) to activate random playback and play
all chapters/tracks in random order. "On" appears on the
screen.
Press the> button on the joystick to play the next random
track.
Press the RDM button again to turn random playoff.
Fast Reverse Playback
Press the V joystick button or touch the « button on the
screen to play the current title in fast reverse. Keep pressing
and releasing the button to increase the rate from "2X" to
"4X", "6X", and "ax".
Press the joystick ENTER button (13) on the unit or touch the
play button (» to resume normal playback.
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NOTE: When a VCD is playing with PBC turned "On",
activating random playback automatically turns PBC off.
Accessing the DVD Menu
Press the MENU button (1) on the remote control to recall the
main DVD menu. Use the joystick to select a title from the
menu or touch the title on screen.
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Press the TITLE button (2) on the remote control or on
screen to select a different title for playback.
Press the ENTER Ooystick) button to confirm your selection
and begin playback. You can also select a title using the
touch screen.
Moving Through Chapters
Press the> button on the joystick or the »1 button on screen
to advance to the next chapter on the DVD.
Press the < button on the joystick or the
to move to the previous chapter.
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button on screen
Direct Chapter / Track Selection
Time:
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Playback Information
Enter the desired title, chapter/track, or time using the onscreen number pad and then press the Enter button. To exit
the screen without making a selection, touch Exit. To clear
your entry and start over, touch Clear.
Viewing an Alternate Picture Angle
(DVD Only)
Some DVDs contain scenes that have been shot
simultaneously from different angles. For discs recorded with
multiple angles, press the ANGLE button (13) on the remote
control to toggle available angles of the on-screen image.
Remote Control Direct Entry
Zooming
During DVD, VCD and CD playback, you can use the
numeric keypad on the remote control (29) to access a track
directly.
Press the PRESET /\ and V buttons (11, 12) on the remote
control to enlarge and pan through the video image using the
following options: "ZOOM 1.5", "ZOOM 2", "ZOOM 3", and
"OFF".
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To select a title, chapter/track, or specific playback time
directly, touch the ggggg button on screen control to display
the direct entry menu.
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Multi-Language Discs (DVD Only)
Changing Audio Language
If you are watching a disc recorded in multiple languages,
press the AUDIO button (5) on the remote control to choose
a language.
Changing Subtitle Language
If you are watching a disc recorded in multiple languages with
subtitles, press the SUBTITLE button (9) on the remote
control to choose the language in which you would like the
subtitles to appear.
NOTE: During VCD playback, press the AUDIO button (5)
on the remote control to choose between Left Channel,
Right Channel, and Stereo.
PBC (Play Back Control - VCD Only)
For VCDs with play back functionality, play back control
(PSC) provides additional controls for VCD playback.
Press the MENU button (1) on the remote control to toggle
the PSC function "On"I"Off". Once PSC is on, playback starts
from track 1 of the play list.
NOTE: When PBC is activated, fast forward, slow
playback, and previous/next track are available. Repeat
and direct track selection are not available.
When PSC is activated, selecting random, scan, or search
playback automatically deactivates PSC.
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During DVD and VCD playback, press the DISP button on the
control panel (2) or remote control (10) to display playback
information on the screen, including the media playing and
current playback time.
DVD Playback Information
The following information is displayed at the top of the screen
during DVD playback:
Title: 05/08 - "05/08" indicates the fifth of 8 titles on the
DVD is currently playing.
Chapter: 012/016 - "002/016" indicates that the second
of 16 titles on the DVD is currently playing.
00:41 :28 - "00:41 :28" indicates the playback time of the
current title.
The following information is displayed at the bottom of the
screen:
Front: Source
Rear: Source
CLOCK
VCD Playback Information
The following information is displayed at the top of the screen
during VCD playback:
VCD 2.0 - Format of current disc.
Title: 06/18 - "06/18" indicates the sixth of 18 tracks on
the VCD is currently playing.
00:02:18 - "00:02:18" indicates the playback time of the
current track.
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General Disc Information
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Table 7: Disc Symbols
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Number of voice languages recorded. The
number inside the icon indicates the number languages on the disc (maximum of 8).
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Number of subtitle languages available on
the disc (maximum of 32).
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Number of angles provided (maximum of
9).
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Aspect ratios available. "LB" stands for Letter Box and "PS" stands for Pan/Scan. In
the example on the left, the 16:9 video can
be converted to Letter Box video.
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can be played.
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Region 1: USA, Canada, East Pacific Ocean
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Region 2: Japan, Western Europe, Northern
Europe, Egypt, South Africa, Middle East
Region 3: Taiwan, Hong Kong, South Korea,
Thailand, Indonesia, South-East Asia
Region 4: Australia, New Zealand, Middle and
South America, South Pacific Ocean Islands/
Oceania
Region 5: Russia, Mongolia, India, Middle
Asia, Eastern Europe, North Korea, North
Africa, North-West Asia
Region 6: Mainland China
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DVD/CD AUDIO OPERATION
Instructions for TFT control and Insert/Eject are the same for
DVD and CD operation. Please see the DVD/Disc Video
Operation section for information about these topics.
The VM9413 will play music or other audio files from the
following disc media/formats:
CD-DA
CD-R1RW
DVD
DVD+R1RW
DVD-RlRW
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./«: Touch to navigate playlisUtouch to fast rewind or
reverse
Touch to activate/deactivate Random play mode
Touch to activate/deactivate Repeat play mode
Touch to access the direct entry screen
Touch to view the SETUP menu
Touch to view Spectrum Analyzer> Equalizer
Touch to view the SOURCE MENU and select a new
playback source
18. Touch the scroll bar and arrows to view the previous/
next page of songs
19. Current time
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13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
Random Play Select
While disc play is stopped, press the ROM button on the
remote control (33) to play the tracks on the disc in a random,
shuffled order. Touch the ROM button again to cancel
Random Play mode.
NOTE: CD-R and CD-RW will not play unless the
recording session is finalized.
Fast Forward
Upon inserting a disc with the TFT screen open, the disc and
track title (if available), along with the track number and
playing time appear on the screen.
Controlling Playback
Touch the t button on screen or press the fI button on the
joystick to fast forward. Keep pressing and releasing the
button to increase the rate from "2X" to "4X", "6X", and "8X".
CD Player User Interface
Stopping Playback
Fast Reverse
The on-screen indicators and touch key areas for CD
playback are outlined below.
Touch the. button on screen or press the. button (20) on
the remote control to stop disc playback.
Touch the • button on screen or press the fI button on the
joystick to fast reverse. Keep pressing and releasing the
button to increase the rate from "2X" to "4X", "6X", and "8X".
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To resume playback, touch the ~ button on screen or press
the joystick button.
Direct Track Entry
Pausing Playback
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Touch the ~ button on screen or press the joystick button to
suspend or resume disc playback.
To select a track directly, touch the ggggg button on screen to
display the direct entry menu.
Moving Through Tracks
Press the »1 button (19) on the remote control or on screen
or use the> button on the joystick to advance to the next
track on the disc.
Press the 1« button (17) on the remote control or on screen
or use the < button on the joystick to move to the previous
track.
Repeat Playback
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button on screen, press the RPT button on the
remote control (7) or control panel (19) to alter repeat mode
according to the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Current track and total number of tracks on disc
Elapsed playing time/length of track
Disc title
Available track titles
ID3 information
II: Touch to pause/play disc playback
. : Touch to stop disc playback
»1: Touch to move to next track
1«: Touch to move to previous track
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t /»: Touch to navigate playlisUtouch to fast forward
DVD: Repeat Chapter, Repeat Title, Repeat Off
CD-DA: Repeat One, Repeat All, Repeat Off
CD-R1RW: Repeat One, Repeat All, Repeat Off
DVD-R1RW: Repeat One, Repeat All, Repeat Off
Track Scan Select (CD-DA discs only)
During disc play, press the SCN button on the remote control
(34) or the INT button (20) on the control panel to play the
first 10 seconds of each track. When a desired track is
reached, press the SCN button again to cancel the function
and play the selected track.
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pad, and then press the Enter button. To exit the screen
without making a selection, touch Exit. To clear your entry
and start over, touch Clear.
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NOTE: When burning MP31 WMA files onto a DVD
disc, use the 2X or 4X burning option, if available.
This slower burning speed will help eliminate
buffer errors and increase disc reading reliability.
Also, use folders when burning large numbers of
songs I files to a disc for easy music navigation.
Select the "Disc at Once" option and close your
disc.
MP3/WMA Media and File
Requirements
MP3 Playing Order
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Search or Folder Select) are accessed in the order they were
written by the CD writer. As a result, the order in which they
are expected to be played may not match the order in which
they are actually played. You may be able to set the order in
which MP3IWMA files are to be played by writing them onto a
medium such as a CD-R with their file names beginning with
play sequence numbers such as "01" to "99".
NOTE: The VM9413 will support up to 8GB SO Cards. SO
Cards larger than this (SOHC Cards) will not be
recognized.
For example, a medium with the following folderlfile hierarchy
is subject to Folder Search, File Search or Folder Select, as
shown below.
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This player allows you to play back MP3 and WMA files
recorded onto CD-R1RWs, DVD+R1RWs, and DVD-R/RWs.
For CD-RW discs, please make sure it is formatted using the
full method and not the quick method to prevent illegal disc
operation.
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The file naming formats listed below are compatible with this
unit:
If the file or folder name does not conform to ISO 9660 file
system standards, it may not be displayed or played back
correctly. Use the follOWing settings when compressing audio
data for your MP3 disc:
Transfer Bit Rate: 128kbps
Sampling Frequency: 48kHz
To remove the card, first press the SRC button (6) to switch to
another mode and stop SD playback. Pull the SD card out to
remove it.
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Up to 1500 songs/files can be burned onto a disc for a MEGA
DVD music mix. Do not exceed this number of songs/files or
disc readability problems may occur.
ISO 9660 - file name: 12 characters, file extension: 3
characters
ISO 9660 - file name: 31 characters, file extension: 3
characters
Joliet - 64 characters
Insert the SD card into the SD slot (21) on the front of the
radio. The unit will read the media files on the card
automatically.
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The VM9413 player will only recognize three folder levels and
does not display folders containing only other folders. In the
example above, the unit will display folders 3, 4, 6, and 8, but
not 2 and 7 since they do not contain any tracks directly.
Folder 5 is not recognized at all since it is at the fourth level.
NOTE: When recording MP3 up to the maximum
disc capacity, disable additional writing. For
recording on an empty disc up to maximum disc
capacity, use the "Disc at once" setting.
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Loading a USB Device
NOTE: The USB port will recognize most USB flash
memory devices, as well as portable hard drives with
audio / video files. The hard drive must be formatted to
FAT32. The head unit operating system does not support
NTFS file structure.
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The on-screen indicators and touch key areas for MP3
playback are outlined below.
Locate the USB jack on the MediaLink4 .
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Insert the USB device into the USB connector. The unit
will read the audio/video media files on the USB device
automatically.
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16. Touch to view Spectrum Analyzer> Equalizer
17. Touch to view the SOURCE MENU and select a new
playback source
18. Folder name
19. 1/2 or 2/2: Touch this page button to view a second page
of on-screen buttons
20. Touch the scroll bar and arrows to view the previous/
next page of songs
21. Touch to activate/deactivate Repeat play mode
22. Touch to access the Music menu
23. Touch to access the Video menu
24. Touch to access the Photo menu
25. Browse all files
Playing MP3IWMA Files
After inserting a MP3IWMA disc, files will play in the
sequence of the "Root' directory.
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NOTE: When burning MP3/ WMA files onto a DVD
disc, use the 2X or 4X burning option, if available.
This slower burning speed will help eliminate
buffer errors and increase disc reading reliability.
Also, use folders when burning large numbers of
songs / files to a disc for easy music navigation.
Select the "Disc at Once" option and close your
disc.
To remove the USB device, press the SRC button (6) to
switch to another mode and then remove the USB device
from the USB connector.
Stopping Playback
Touch the. button on screen or press the ./BAND button
(20) on the remote control to stop disc playback.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Current track and total number of tracks on root of disc
Elapsed playing time, track length
Current time
Track titles
ID3 information
II : Touch to play/pause disc playback
. : Touch to stop disc playback
»1: Touch to move to next track
1«: Touch to move to previous track
10.
11.
../»: Touch to navigate playlisUtouch to fast forward
./«: Touch to navigate playlisUtouch to fast rewind or
12.
13.
14.
15.
reverse
DIR·: Touch to view the previous folder
DIR +: Touch to view the next folder
Touch to access the direct entry screen
Touch to view the SETUP menu
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To resume playback, touch the ~ button on screen, press
the joystick button (13) on the front panel, or press the >/11
button (18) on the remote control.
Pausing Playback
Touch the ~ button on screen, press the joystick button (13)
on the front panel, or press the ~/II button (18) on the
remote control to suspend or resume disc playback.
Moving Through Tracks
Press the »1 button (19) on the remote control or on screen
or use the> button on the joystick (14) to advance to the next
track on the disc.
Press the 1« button (17) on the remote control or on screen
or use the < button on the joystick (10) to move to the
previous track.
Repeat Playback
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button F) en the
remote control to alter repeat mode according to the
following: Repeat Single, Folder Repeat, Repeat Off.
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Random Play Select
Press the ROM button (33) on the remote control to play the
files on the disc in a random, shuffled order. Press ROM
again to cancel Random Play mode.
NOTE: CD-R and CD-RW will not play unless the
recording session is finalized.
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iPod OPERATION
iPod User Interface
The on-screen indicators and touch key areas for iPod
playback are outlined below.
Controlling Your iPod
Photo Playback
The unit will automatically switch to iPod mode when an iPod
While iPod photos can be viewed on the VM9413 screen, you
must use the iPod to control photo playback options.
is plugged into the MediaLink4 . To return to the iPod menu
from any other source menu, press the SRC button (6) on the
front panel or remote control (8) until the iPod menu appears
on the screen.
NOTE: Be sure your iPod has the latest Apple firmware
installed to avoid connectivity issues.
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Current track and total number of files
Current time
Media titles/menu information
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»1: Touch to move to next track
1«: Touch to move to previous track
Touch to access the iPod menu
>11: Touch to play/pause disc playback
Touch to access music files
Touch to access video files
Touch to access the SETUP screen
Touch to view Spectrum Analyzer> Equalizer
Touch to view the SOURCE MENU and select a new
playback source
17. Song title
18. Touch to view the direct entry menu
19. Touch the scroll bar and arrows to view the previous/
next page of songs
The following touch screen icons and remote control buttons
are used to access the iPod menus:
Menu
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Music
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Use the touchscreen, the joystick, or the directional keys on
the remote control to navigate the iPod menus.
iPod Music Playback
To access iPod music files, touch the J button on screen or
press the AUDIO button (5) on the remote control.
Touch the> II button on screen to play/pause.
Touch »1 on screen, press the »1 button (19) on the
remote control, or press the> button on the joystick (17)
to move to the next item on the menu.
Touch 1« on screen, press the 1« button (17) on the
remote control, or press the < button on the joystick (16)
to move to the previous item on the menu.
Use the touch screen or press the >/11 button (18) on the
remote control or the joystick ENTER button (20) on the
control panel to select the highlighted menu option.
Press the» button (14) on the remote control or the 1\
button (18) on the joystick, or touch the MENU button on
screen to return to the previous menu.
Fast Forward/Fast Reverse
Press and hold the 1« or »1 buttons on screen or on the
remote control (17,19) for 1 second and continue to hold for
fast forward or fast reverse. Release to resume normal
playback.
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Touch the (jJ icon on screen or press the SUB-TITLE button
(9) on the remote control to access the iPod PHOTO mode.
The VM9413 will release control back to the iPod so you can
select video media to be displayed on the TFT monitor. To
exit PHOTO mode, touch the screen.
Video Playback
While iPod video can be viewed on the VM9413 screen, you
must use the iPod to control video playback options.
Touch the l:U button on screen or press the ANGLE button
(13) on the remote control to access iPod VIDEO mode. The
VM9413 will release control back to the iPod so you can
select video media to be displayed on the TFT monitor. To
exit VIDEO mode, touch the screen, press the» button (14)
on the remote control, or press the MENU button on the iPod.
NOTE: To transmit the video from your iPod to the
VM9413 screen, you must set the following options
through the iPod video settings menu: TV Out = On, TV
Signal = NTSC, and Widescreen = On.
NOTE: After disconnecting your iPod, the VM9413 will
always return to the last mode accessed when the iPod
is plugged back into the unit.
Direct Track/File Entry
To select a track/file directly. touch the gggg2 button on
screen control to display the direct entry menu.
Enter the desired track/file using the on-screen number pad.
Press the Enter button to tune to the selected station. To exit
the~_e!Jn without changin--9. the ~taljon, touch Exit. To ~r
your entry and start over, touch Clear.
You can also use the numeric keypad (29) on the remote
control to access files directly.
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BLUETOOTH OPERATION
NOTE: Bluetooth operation requires optional BTM10
accessory.
About Bluetooth
Bluetooth is a short-range wireless radio connectivity
technology that is developed as a cable replacement for
mobile phones, handheld PCs and other devices. Bluetooth
operates in 2.4 GHz frequency range and transmits voice and
data at speeds up to 1 megabit per second. Bluetooth was
launched by a special interest group (SIG) comprised of
Ericsson Inc., Intel Corp., Nokia Corp., Toshiba and IBM in
1998, and it is currently developed by nearly 2,000
companies worldwide. The Bluetooth word mark and logos
are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such
marks by Audiovox Corporation is under license. Other
trademarks and trade names are those of their respective
owners.
Some mobile phones (like Sony Ericsson) may have a
"Power Saving Mode" option. PLEASE DO NOT use the
power saving mode with the VM9413.
Before accepting or making a call, make sure your
mobile phone's "Bluetooth function" is turned on.
To ensure the best conversation quality/performance,
stay within one meter of the head unit when talking.
To "disconnect" the mobile phone from the head unit,
turn the Bluetooth connectivity off on the mobile phone.
Phone Book direct searching through the head unit
is only available if the mobile phone supports Phone
Book Download. If the feature is not supported, the
head unit will display "Phone book not provided by this
phone" when an attempt is made to download a phone
book.
Bluetooth User Interface
The on-screen indicators and touch key areas for Bluetooth
operation are outlined below.
NOTE: The line-of-sight distance between this unit and
your cellular phone must be 8 meters or less ~or sending
and receiving voice and data via Bluetooth wireless
technology. However, the transmission distance may
become shorter than the estimated distance, depending
on the environment in use.
Before attempting to use the Bluetooth functions on the
VM9413, please make sure your mobile phone supports
Bluetooth functions (Headset or Handsfree profiles or both).
Adhere to the following guidelines for successful operation.
Before using Bluetooth functions, you must pair your
mobile phone to the VM9413 head unit (see "Pairing the
Bluetooth System with Your Mobile Phone and Head
Unit"). To ensure the best reception for pairing and
reconnection, please make sure the phone battery is
fully charged before you begin.
Try to perform pairing within a few minutes of the phone
being turned on.
Once the unit has been paired with the phone, the unit's
model number, "VM9413", will be displayed on the
mobile phone.
To achieve the best performance, always keep the
mobile phone within 3 meters of the head unit.
Always keep a clear path between the mobile phone
and the head unit. Never place a metal object or any
other obstacle between the mobile phone and the head
unit.
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3
4
PHONE INTERFACE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Missed Calls
Received Calls
Dialed Calls
Phone Book
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Menu List
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
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MUSIC INTERFACE
Current connection status/device connected
Current time
Bluetooth menu
Current operation status
Toggle Music/Phone menu
Transfer active call back to handset
Pair your Bluetooth phone (first time use)
ConnecUdisconnect Bluetooth device (phone, PDA,
personal music player, etc.) with hand-free function
Exit call listing display
Mute/unmute microphone (located on left side of radio)
during active call
Answer incoming call/make call
Reject incoming call/end call/quit pairing process/quit
reading phone book or call listing
Touch to view the SETUP menu
Touch to view Spectrum Analyzer> Equalizer
Touch to view the SOURCE MENU and select a new
playback source
Indicates connection/current operation (--> indicates
incoming call, <-- indicates dialing alert)
Touch to access the direct entry screen
• : Touch to stop playback
Touch the scroll bar and arrows to view the previous/
next page of songs
Toggle Music/Phone menu/mode
Play/Pause selected file
1«: Touch to move to the previous file
»1: Touch to move to the next file
Signal strength indicator
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Hands Free Profile (HFP)
To use a phone wirelessly with this unit, it is necessary to first
establish a connection using Bluetooth wireless technology.
Connection IS normallY established using H-FP (Hands Free
Profile), which gives you full control of functions available on
the telephone source. However, depending on your phone,
the connection may be made using HSP (Head Set Profile),
making some functions unavailable. This is a limitation of
your phone, not the VM9413.
Since there are a number of Bluetooth mobile phone
implementations available on the market, operations with
your Bluetooth mobile phone using this unit vary greatly.
Please refer to the instruction manual that came with your
Bluetooth mobile phone along with this manual while
operating your phone with this unit.
Pairing the Bluetooth System with
Your Mobile Phone and Head Unit
1.
2.
Press the (;~ button (8) to initiate the pairing process.
Keep the mobile phone within 2 meters of the head unit
when pairing. (To terminate the pairing process, press
the (;~ button again.)
Select the Bluetooth setup option on the mobile phone
to be paired (please refer to the phone's instruction
manual to learn how to enter Bluetooth setup, turn
Bluetooth on/off, and perform pairing).
NOTE: You can only connect to a phone using the
buttons on the on-screen Phone interface.
When connected to a Bluetooth phone, the unit will mute
audio output, pause CD. play, and change to the Bluetooth
screen when a call is received. An incoming phone number
will appear at the top of the screen. If the screen is closed,
the number will scroll across the LCD. If the incoming call has
no caller 10, the TFT or LCD will display "Restricted Number".
Answering an Incoming Call
2.
To answer the call, touch the ~ button.
re
Rejecting an Incoming Call
re
Touch the
button to reject an incoming call. The call will
revert to your phone and can be answered directly or left for
voice mail.
To mute the microphone, touch the ~ button. Touch again to
resume microphone functionality.
3.
Making an Outgoing Call
To increase or decrease the volume level, turn the AUDIO
control (5) on the front panel or press the VOL+/ VOLbuttons (15, 16) on the remote control.
Microphone Mute
NOTE: Press the ~ button from the main Bluetooth
screen to automatically dial the last call received.
button to open the direct dial screen.
2
3
Exit
4
5
6
Clear
7
8
9
*
o
#
Use the 0-9, " and # buttons to input the phone number.
Touch the CLEAR button to clear the last digit.
button to clear the entire number and
Touch the
start over.
After entering the phone number, press the..." button to
dial the call. The direct dial screen will close once your
call is connected.
-=-
For best reception, speak loudly and clearly.
To end the conversation, press the
button. The screen will
display the call duration for 3 seconds, and then return to the
previous mode.
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Managing Incoming Calls
NOTE: Some phones require a "pass key" or pairing
code to connect. If your phone requires a pass key or
pairing code, you will need to enter this number in the
Pairing Code field under the Bluetooth SETUP menu. The
default pairing code for many phones is "0000". The
default code for the VM9413 is "1234". See ~'Bluetooth
Sub-menu Features" on page 12 for instructions on
entering the pairing code.
3.
To end the conversation, press the
re button.
Call Transfer
While talking, to transfer audio from the head unit back to the
mobile phone, touch the fJ button (7). The TFT will display
"Transfer". You can only transfer a call after it has been
answered.
Menu List
The menu list appears on the left side of the screen and can
be accessed from other modes by touching the MENU button
on the right side of the screen.
NOTE: Not all phones allow access to missed, received
or dialed calls and some will not allow uploading of your
phone's address book.
Missed Calls
The Missed Calls list retrieves the list of Missed numbers
from your phone. The last missed number is the first number
on the list. Touch the Missed Calls menu option to view the
list. To make a call from the Missed Calls list, touch the
Reconnecting
Once the Bluetooth device has been paired, you can touch
the connect
Touch the
Each time the If button is pressed, the head unit will
automatically reconnect with the mobile phone once (only if
the mobile phone was previously paired with the head unit).
Volume Control
Select "VM9413" from the pairing list on the mobile
phone.
If pairing is successful, the TFT will display the
paired mobile phone model number or name (as
specified in your phone's Bluetooth Setup menu).
If pairing fails, "Phone Pairing Fail" is displayed at
the bottom of the screen.
1.
number and then touch the ~ button. The TFT will display
"Cannot get missed record" when the feature is not available.
1R button to reconnect.
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Dialed Calls
The Dialed Calls list retrieves the list of dialed numbers from
your phone. The last dialed number is the first number on the
list. Touch the Dialed Calls menu option to view the list. To
make a call from the Dialed Calls list, touch the number and
then touch the ~ button. The TFT will display "Cannot get
dialed record" when the feature is not available.
"Manual", you must press the ~ button to re-establish a
connection with your phone. To turn auto "Connect" on:
1.
2.
3.
Touch the ~ button to view the SETUP menu.
Select the "Bluetooth" sub-menu.
Touch the area to the right of "Connect" to select "Auto".
Received Calls
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile
(A2DP)
Use the Received Calls list to view the last 10 received
numbers stored on your phone. To access the Received list,
touch the Received Calls menu option. The last received
number is the first number on the list. To make a call from the
The VM9413 allows you to play back audio files from your
phone, PDA or personal music player using a Bluetooth
connection.
Received Calls list, touch the number and then touch the ~
button. The TFT will display "Cannot get received record"
when the feature is not available.
Phone Book
1.
Touch the Phone Book menu option to display the
phone book stored on your mobile phone, if compatible.
The screen will display "Ready..." while the phone book
is downloading.
2.
Once the download is completed, you can use the arrow
buttons and scroll bar on the right side of the window to
navigate the list. Since the unit downloads one page of
entries at a time, there may be a slight delay while the
next page of numbers is downloaded.
3.
Touch to highlight the number you want to dial and then
touch the ~ button.
NOTE: Some mobile phones do not support Phone Book
upload through Bluetooth. This is a limitation of the
phone, not the VM9413.
Before using an audio player, it may be necessary to enter a
PIN code into the unit. Enter the PIN code referring to
"Bluetooth Sub-menu Features" on page 12.
NOTE: Please quit A2DP mode before attempting to
make a phone call, as unexpected results may occur
depending on your mobile phone model.
The VM9413 can control a Bluetooth audio player via
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) or AudioNideo
Remote Control Profile (AVRCP). Bluetooth audio players (or
Bluetooth adapters) compatible with these profiles can be
connected to this unit. Functionality varies depending on the
profile used:
A2DP: Stream audio from your Bluetooth compatible
audio player and listen to the music through your
VM9413. Play/pause, song selection, etc. are not
possible.
AVRCP: Play back, pause, select songs, etc. while
streaming audio from your Bluetooth compatible audio
player to the VM9413.
Bluetooth Setup
Auto Answer
You can choose to have the VM9413 automatically answer
incoming calls to your paired Bluetooth phone. To turn "Auto
answer" on:
1.
2.
3.
Touch the ~ button to view the SETUP menu.
Select the "Bluetooth" sub-menu.
Touch the area to the right of "Auto answer" to select
"On".
Auto Connect
The auto Connect option will allow the VM9413 to
automatically connect to your previously paired Bluetooth
when it is in range. When the Connect option is set to
NOTE: Song information (e.g. elapsed playing time, song
title, song index, etc.) cannot be displayed on this unit.
Since there are a number of Bluetooth audio players
available on the market, operations with your Bluetooth audio
player using this unit vary greatly.
Please refer to the instruction manual that came with your
Bluetooth audio player as well as this manual while operating
your player with the VM9413.
Refer to the MUSIC INTERFACE instructions under
"Bluetooth User Interface" on page 28 for information about
on-screen indicators and touch screen functions that may be
available during audio playback.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Table 8: Troubleshooting
Problem
Corrective Action
Cause
GENERAL
Unit will not power on
Remote control does not function
No/low audio output
Poor sound quality or distortion
Radio Fuse blown
Install new fuse with correct rating
Car battery fuse blown
Install new fuse with correct rating
Illegal operation
Press the RESET button located in the bottom right corner of the front panel
Battery depleted
Replace battery with new one
Battery installed incorrectly
Remove battery and install correctly
Improper audio output connection
Check wiring and correct
Volume set too low
Increase volume level
Improper "MUTE" connection
Review wiring diagram and check "MUTE" connection
Speakers damaged
Replace speakers
Heavily biased volume balance
Adjust the channel balance to the center position
Speaker wiring is in contact with metal part of car
Insulate all speaker wiring connections
Pirated disc is in use
Use original copy
Speaker power rating not compatible with unit
Connect proper speakers
Speaker is shorted
Check speaker contact
Tel-Mute malfunction
"MUTE" wire is grounded
Check that the "MUTE" connection is not grounded and that it's properly insulated
Unit resets itself when engine is off
Incorrect connection between ACC and positive battery
wire
Check Wiring and correct
Monitor does not open automatically
TFT Auto Open is turned off
Turn TFT Auto Open on
No image
Incorrect connection to parking brake wire
Check wiring and correct
TFTMONITOR
PRK SW is activated and parking brake is not engaged
Stop vehicle in safe place and apply parking brake
Flashing image or interference appears on screen
DVD is not compatible with current video settings
Change setup to accommodate disc
Improper video signal connections
Check wiring and correct
Prolonged image or improper height/width ratio display
Improper aspect ratio setup
Use correct aspect ratio setting
Monitor stops at incorrect position
Moving path is blocked
Press OPEN key to restart monitor movement
TUNER
Weak station searching
Auto antenna is not fully extended
Connect the auto antenna control cable properly
Auto antenna not properly connected
Connect the auto antenna control cable properly
HD Radio broadcast is too far away
Switch to Analog tuning mode
Disc already inside unit
Eject current disc and insert new one
CD/DVD
Cannot insert disc
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Table 8: Troubleshooting
Problem
Disc does not play back
Corrective Action
Cause
Disc is warped or scratched
Use disc in good condition
Disc is dirty or wet
Clean disc with soft cloth
Laser pickup is dirty
Clean laser pickup with cleaning disc
Incompatible disc is used
Use compatible disc
Disc rating exceeds Parental Lock rating limit
Change Parental Lock settings to lower restriction
Disc region code is not compatible with unit
Use disc with proper region code
Disc is inserted upside down
Insert disc with label side up
Use original disc
Image blurred, distorted, or dark
Disc is illegally copied
PBC cannot be used during VCD playback
PBC is not available on the disc
No repeat or searching while playing VCD
PBC is on
Turn PBC off
Interruption occurred during playback
Disc is dirty or scratched
Clean disc or replace
File is damaged/bad recording
Recreate disc with good files
Incorrect playback message displayed
Message is longer than LCD can display
MP3
SAT RADIO
No Sound
Incorrect cable connections
Check RCA cables
Satellite source not available
Incorrect cable connections
Check Satellite Data cable
iPod source not available
Incorrect cable connections
Check jLink3 and MediaLink4 cables
Cannot see video and photo media on TFT screen
Wrong iPod Video Settings
Change iPod video settings to TV Out = On
IPOD
Error Messages
Table 9: Error Messages
Message Displayed
Loading
Disc is being read
No Disc
Disc is dirty
Bad Disc
Unknown disc
Corrective Action
Cause
Clean disc with soft cloth
Disc is upside down
Insert disc with label side up
Disc not present in loading compartment
Insert disc
Disc is dirty
Clean disc with soft cloth
Disc is upside down
Insert disc with label side up
Disc format is not compatible with this unit
Region Error
DVD is not compatible with region code of unit
Error
Illegal mechanism operation
Press EJECT key for 5 seconds to reset loading mechanism
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Care and Maintenance
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Use only a clean silicone cloth and neutral detergent to
clean the front panel or monitor. A rough cloth and nonneutral detergenf(such as alcohol) may result in
scratching or discoloration.
Do not get water or cleaning fluids on the unit.
If the temperature inside the player gets too hot, a
protective circuit automatically stops play of the disc. If
this occurs, allow the unit to cool before operating the
player again.
Never insert anything other than a 5" (12 cm) disc into
the player as the mechanism can be damaged by
foreign objects.
Do not attempt to use a 3" (8 cm) CD-Single disc in this
unit, either with or without an adaptor, as damage to the
player and/or disc may occur. Such damage is not
covered by the Warranty on this product.
The CD player may not operate properly in extreme hot
or cold. If such conditions occur, allow the interior of the
vehicle to reach a normal temperature before using
player.
When the vehicle warms up during cold weather or
under damp conditions, condensation may appear on
the LCD panel. Should this occur, the screen will not
operate properly until the moisture has evaporated.
We suggest you use a cleaning disc in this unit more
frequently than in the unit in your home due to the
environmental conditions of the vehicle.
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SPECIFICATIONS
DVDICD Player
Compatible Disc Media: DVD±R 1 RW (Single and Dual
Layer) and CD-R I RW
Compatible Formats: CD-DA, MP3, WMA, VCD, SVCD,
MPEG1 12 and Kodak picture CD (JPEG).
Signal to Noise Ratio: >95dBA
Dynamic Range: >95dB
Frequency Response: 20Hz to 20 kHz, -3dB
Channel Separation: > 60dB @ 1 kHz
D/A Converter: High performance 24-bit 1192 kHz sample
rate, Multi-Bit Sigma-Delta Modulator
Video
Format: NTSC, PAL (auto-detection)
Output: 1Vp-p (75-ohm)
Input: 1Vp-p (75-ohm)
FM Analog Tuner
Tuning Range: 87.5MHz - 107.9MHz
Mono Sensitivity (-30dB): 9dBf
Quieting Sensitivity (-50dB): 15dBf
Alternate Channel Selectivity: 70dB
Signal to Noise Ratio @ 1 kHz: 58dB
Image Rejection: 80dB
Stereo Separation @ 1 kHz: >30dB
Frequency Response: 30Hz - 15 kHz, -3dB
HD Radio Tuner
FM: Hybrid -89 dBm, (40 dBf), All Digital-112 dBm (17dBf)
AM: Hybrid -93, dBm, (36 dBf) All Digital-103 dBm (25dBf)
Stereo Separation: 70 dB
Audio THO: .4%
Frequency Response (+1-3dB) 20 Hz - 18 kHz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (Stereo): 70 dB
• 40 degrees up
• 65 degrees down
General
Auxiliary Input Impedance: 10k-ohm
Power Supply: 11 to 16VDC, negative ground
Power Antenna (Blue): 500mA max, current limited protection
Amplifier Remote (BluelWhite): 500mA max, current limited
protection
Operating Temperature: -20C - 65C
Fuse: 15-amp, mini ATM type
DIN chassis dimensions: 7" X 7" X 2" (178mm x 178mm x
50mm)
CEA Power Ratings
Power Output: 13 Watts RMS x 4 channels into 4-0hms @ <
1% THD+N
Signal to Noise Ratio: 70dBA below reference (Reference: 1
Watt,4-0hms)
Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz, -3dB. (Aux Input used
as reference input)
Reference Supply Voltage: 14.4VDC
·Specifications subject to change without notice.
AM Tuner
Tuning Range: 530 kHz - 1710 kHz
Sensitivity (-20dB): 12uV
Signal to Noise Ratio @ 1 kHz: 50dB
Image Rejection: 60dB
Frequency Response: 150Hz - 2 kHz, -3dB
Monitor
Screen Size: 7.0" (Measured diagonally), 16:9 Widescreen
• 6.06" (154.1 mm) W X 3.42" (87mm) H
Screen Type: TFT Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) active matrix
Response Time: 30mSec rise time, 50mSec fall time
Resolution:
• 336,960 sub pixels, 1440 (W) X 234 (H)
Viewing angle:
• 65 degrees left or right
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Limited Warranty
DO NOT RETURN THIS PRODUCT TO THE STORE
CD or Multimedia Radios/Headunits
Audiovox Electronics Corporation ("the Company") is committed to
quality and customer service, and are pleased to offer you this
Warranty. Please read it thoroughly and contact the Company at 1-800323-4815 with any questions.
Who is covered?
The Company extends this warranty to the original retail purchaser of products
purchased through an authorized Audiovox retailer in the U.S.A., Puerto Rico or
Canada. This warranty is not transferable or assignable. Proof of purchase is
required in the form of an original sales receipt.
What is covered?
The Company warrants that should this product or any part thereof, under normal
use, be proven defective in material or workmanship within 12 months from the
date of original purchase, such defect(s) will be repaired or replaced with a new or
reconditioned product (at the Company's option) without charge for parts and
repair labor.
What is not covered?
This Warranty does not cover the following:
•
Damage incurred during shipping or transporting the product to the
Company or a service center
•
Elimination of car static or motor noise
•
Defects in cosmetic, decorative or non-operative structural parts
•
Correction of antenna problems
•
Costs incurred for installation, removal or reinstallation of the product
•
Consequential damage to compact discs, USB devices, digital media
cards, accessories or vehicle electrical systems
•
Damage caused by improper installation, mishandling, misuse, neglect,
accident, blown fuse, battery leakage, theft or improper storage
•
Products whose factory serial number/bar code label(s) or markings
have been removed or defaced
•
Damage resulting from moisture, humidity, excessive temperature,
extreme environmental conditions or external natural causes
Please review the "Care and Maintenance" section of your Installation
and Operation Manual for additional information regarding the proper
use of your product.
Limitations
THE EXTENT OF THE COMPANY'S LIABILITY UNDER THIS WARRANTY
IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PROVIDED ABOVE AND,
IN NO EVENT, SHALL THE COMPANY'S LIABILITY EXCEED THE
PURCHASE PRICE PAID BY PURCHASER FOR THE PRODUCT.
This Warranty is in lieu of all other express warranties or liabilities. ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING
ANY
IMPLIED
WARRANTY
OF
MERCHANTABILITY, SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS
WRITIEN WARRANTY. ANY ACTION FOR BREACH OF ANY WARRANTY
HEREUNDER
INCLUDING
ANY
IMPLIED
WARRANTY
OF
MERCHANTABILITY MUST BE BROUGHT WITHIN A PERIOD OF 24
MONTHS FROM DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE. IN NO CASE SHALL THE
COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL
DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF THIS OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED, WHATSOEVER. No person or representative is authorized to
assume for the Company any liability other than expressed herein in connection
with the sale of this product.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the
exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damage so the above
limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This Warranty gives you specific
legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
Obtaining Warranty Service
•
To obtain repair or replacement within the terms of this Warranty,
call 1-800-323-4815 for the location of a warranty station serving
your area.
•
You must prepay the initial shipping charges to the Company.
The Company will pay the return shipping charges for all
warranteed products returned to an address within the U.S.A.,
Puerto Rico or Canada.
•
Please package the product securely to avoid shipping damage.
We recommend using a carrier that provides tracking service to
prevent lost packages. Lost or damaged packages are not
covered by this warranty.
•
Provide a detailed description of the problem(s) for which you
require service.
Garantia Limitada
NO RETORNE ESTE PRODUCTO A LA TIENDA
Radios del CD 0 de los Multimedia
Audiovox Electronics Corporation ("Ia Compania) es una corporaclon
comprometida con la calidad y el servicio al cliente, Y se complace en
ofrecerle esta Garantia. Por favor, leala completamente y contacte a la
Compania al 1-800-323-4815 por cualquier duda.
i, Quien esta cubierto?
La Compania extiende esta garantia al comprador minorista original de los
productos comprados a un distribuidor Audiovox autorizado en USA, Puerto Rico 0
Canada. Esta garantia no es transferible 0 asignable. Se requiere prueba de compra en
forma de recibo de venta original.
"Que esta cubierto?
La Compania garantiza que si este producto 0 cualquier parte del mismo, bajo uso
normal, se prueba que tiene defectos en materiales 0 mana de obra dentro de los 12
meses desde la fecha de compra original, dichos defectos seran reparados 0
reemplazados con un producto nuevo 0 reacondicionado (a opci6n de la Compania)
sin costos por repuestos 0 por labor de reparaci6n.
i,Que no esta cubierto?
Esta Garantia no cubre 10 siguiente:
•
Danos ocurridos durante el envio 0 transporte del producto a la Compania 0 al
centro de servicio
•
Eliminaci6n de estatica 0 ruido de motor
•
Defectos en cosmetica, partes estructurales decorativas 0 no operativas
•
Correcci6n de problemas de antena
•
Costos incurridos por instalaci6n, retiro 0 reinstalaci6n del producto
•
Danos consecuentes a discos compactos, dispositivos USB, tarjetas
multimedia digitales, accesorios 0 sistemas electricos del vehiculo
•
Danos causados por instalaci6n inadecuada, mal manejo 0 usc, negligencia,
accidentes, fusibles quemados, goteras en la bateria, robe 0 almacenamiento
inadecuado.
•
Productos cuyo numero de serie 0 c6digo de barra de fabrica 0 sus marcas
hayan side quitados 0 borrados
•
Danos resultantes de la humedad, temperatura excesiva, condiciones
medioambientales extremas 0 causas naturales externas
Por favor, revea la seccion "Cuidados y Mantenimiento" de su Manual de
Instalacion y Operacion para obtener informacion adicional relacionada al uso
adecuado de su producto.
Limitaciones
LA EXTENSI6N DE LA RESPONSABILIDAD DE LA CaMPANiA BAJa
ESTA GARANTiA SE L1MITA A LA REPARACI6N a REEMPLAZO
PROVISTO ARRIBA Y, EN NINGUN CASO, EXCEDERA LA
RESPONSABILIDAD DE LA CaMPANiA EL PRECIO DE COMPRA
PAGADO paR EL COMPRADOR DEL PRODUCTO.
Esta Garantia esta en lugar de todas las otras garantias 0 responsabilidades.
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GARANTiA IMPLICADA DE MERCANTIBILIDAD, SERA L1MITADA A LA
DURACI6N DE ESTA GARANTiA ESCRITA. CUALQUIER ACCI6N paR
INCLUMPLIMIENTO DE CUALQUIER GARANTiA AQUi ESPECIFICADA
INCLUIDA CUALQUIER GARANTiA IMPLiclTA DE MERCANTIBILIDAD DEBE
SER LLEVADA A CABO DENTRO DE UN PERIDO DE 24 MESES DESDE LA
FECHA DE COMPRA ORIGINAL. IN NINGUN CASa LA CaMPANIA SERA
RESPONSABLE paR NINGUN DANa CONSECUENTE a INCIDENTAL paR
INCLUMPLIMIENTO DE ESTA a CUALQUIER OTRA GARANTlA, EXPRESA
a IMPLICADA, DE NINGUNA FORMA. No se autoriza a ninguna persona 0
representante a asumir por parte de la Compania ninguna responsabilidad
diferente a la aqui expresada en conexi6n con la venta de este producto.
Algunos estados no permiten limitaciones sobre el tiempo de duraci6n de una
garantia implicada 0 de la exclusi6n 0 limitaci6n de danos incidentales 0
consecuentes, entonces las limitaciones y exclusiones antes mencionadas
pueden no aplicarle a usted. Esta Garantia Ie da derechos legales especificos
y usted tambien puede tener otros derechos que pueden variar de estado en
estado.
Obteniendo el Servicio de Garantia
•
Para obtener reparaci6n 0 reemplazo dentro de los terminos de esta
Garantia, IIame al 1-800-323-4815 por la ubicaci6n de un servicio de
garantia en su area.
•
Usted debe pagar previamente los costos de envio inicial a la
Compania. La Compania pagara los costos de envio de retorno de
todos los productos en garantia enviados a direcciones dentro de
USA, Puerto Rico 0 Canada.
•
Por favor empaquete el producto de forma segura para evitar danos en
el transporte. Recomendamos usar una empresa de transporte que
provea servicio de rastreo para prevenir la perdida de paquetes.
Paquetes perdidos 0 danados no estan cubiertos por esta garantfa.
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d'origine, de tels defauts seront repares ou remplaces avec un nouveau produit
ou un produit reconditionne (a la seule discretion de la societe) sans frais pour les
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sautes, fuite de la pile, du vol et du stockage incorrect
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d'usine/etiquettes de code a barres ou des marquages.
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temperatures excessives, des conditions environnementales extremes ou
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transporteur qui fourni un service de depistage pour eviter la
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Fournissez une description detaillee des problemes que vous
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OLD!
Audiovox Electronics Corporation
Hauppauge, NY 11788
Technical Assistance: 1-800-323-4815
www.jensen.com
© 2009 Audiovox
Ver.031609
Printed in China
PIN: 127075001960
Para obtener instrucciones en Espanol, dirfjase a la pagina 5.
Pour des instructions en Francais, referez-vous
a la page 9.
VM9413
What's in the Box
VM9413 Head Unit
Cosmetic trim ring
Wiring harness power/speaker
Mounting hardware for the head unit
Single DIN sleeve
jLink 3 iPod Cable
HDRM-2 HD Radio Module
HD Radio Module connecting DIN cable
Remote Control
Parking brake sensor extension wire
MediaLink4
Mounting hardware for
HDRM-2 HD Radio Module
Owners Manual
Tools and Supplies
You will need these tools and supplies to install your VM9413:
Torx type, flat-head and Philips screwdrivers
Wire cutters and strippers
Tools to remove existing radio (screwdriver, socket wrench set or other tools)
Electrical tape
Crimping tool
Volt meter/test light
Crimp connections
18 gauge wire for power connections
16 - 18 gauge speaker wire
WARNING! Never install this unit where operation and viewing could interfere with
safe driving conditions.
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Optional Equipment
•
NAV102: Allows you to access navigation features. All installation and operating instructions are included
with the navigation module.
•
BTM1 0: Allows you to connect to a Bluetooth enabled cell phone or other device.
•
Rear Camera
•
CNP2000UC and CNPJEN1 (XM Radio tuner and antenna)
Disconnecting the Battery
To prevent a short circuit, be sure to turn off the ignition and remove the negative (-) battery cable prior to installation.
NO TE: If the VM9413 is to be installed in a car equipped with an on-board drive or navigation computer, do
not disconnect the battery cable. If the cable is disconnected, the computer memory may be lost. Under these
conditions, use extra caution during installation to avoid causing a short circuit.
Pre-installation
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Remove the four screws that attach the mounting sleeve to the
radio and remove the sleeve.
Install the mounting sleeve.
a. Install mounting sleeve into the dashboard or optional
adapter. Do not force the sleeve into the opening or cause
it to bend or bow.
b. Locate the series of bend-tabs along the top, bottom and
sides of the mounting sleeve. With the sleeve fully inserted into the dashboard opening, bend as many of the tabs
outward as necessary so that the sleeve is firmly secured
to the dashboard.
c. Install support strap to make the unit more stable.
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can be brought through the mounting sleeve.
CAUTION! Be careful not to damage the car wiring.
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WARNING! Only connect the unit to
a 12-vo/t power supply with proper grounding.
Complete wiring as illustrated in the wiring diagram on page 4. Once the wiring is complete, reconnect the battery negative terminal. If there is no ACC available, connect the ACC lead to the power supply with a switch.
NOTE: When replacing a fuse, be sure to use correct type and amperage to avoid damaging the radio. The
VM9413 uses one 15 amp fuse, located in the black filter box in-line with the main wire harness.
Final Installation
After completing the wiring connections, turn the unit on to confirm operation (ignition switch must be on). If
unit does not operate, recheck all wiring until problem is corrected. Once proper operation is achieved, turn off
the ignition switch and proceed with final mounting of the chassis.
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Connect wiring adapter to existing wiring harness.
Connect antenna lead.
Carefully slide the radio into the mounting sleeve, making
sure it is right-side-up, and secure with the original 4 screws.
Attach one end of the perforated support strap (supplied) to
the screw stud, which is screwed into the threaded insert on
the back of the unit, using the hex nut provided. Fasten the
other end of the perforated strap to a secure part of the
dashboard either above or below the radio using the screw
and hex nut provided. Bend the strap to position it as
necessary.
Replace any items you removed from the dashboard.
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CAUTION! The rear of the radio must be
supported with the strap to prevent damage to the dashboard from the weight of
the radio or improper operation due to
vibration.
NOTE: For proper operation of the COl
DVD player, the chassis must be mounted
within 20° of horizontal. Make sure the unit
is mounted within this limitation.
Mount factory brackets on new radio using existing screws
from old radio.
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IMPORTANT: Incorrect wiring connections can damage the unit. Follow the wiring instructions carefully, or
have the installation handled by an experienced technician.
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Anti-Theft Feature
Entering the Default Password
The VM9413 is equipped with an anti-theft feature requiring the user to enter a
password upon initial power on.
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The default user password is 012345 (6 digits). Enter the password using the onscreen keypad and then press the Enter (arrow) button. You can also use the remote
control keypad to enter the password.
Changing the Password
To change the anti-theft and RATINGS protection password,perform the following
steps:
1. Press the SETUP button on the remote control or touch the ~ button on the
screen to enter the "SETUP" menu.
2. Touch RATING to view the "RATING" sub-menu. An open lock icon to the right of
the "Password" field indicates that a user password had not yet been entered.
3. Touch the keypad icon next to the blue box in the "Password" field to open the
on-screen keypad.
4. Enter a new 6-digit password and press the Enter (arrow) button.
The "lock" icon will now appear closed and the new anti-theft password will be
set, as well as the password for RATING protection.
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NOTE: If you forget your password, contact Customer Service at 1-800-323-4815 for
assistance.
Controls and Indicators
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Press to turn the unit on. Press and hold to turn the unit off.
Press repeatedly to select playing mode.
Turn to adjust the volume.
Press and hold to access audio menu. While in menu, press repeatedly to view
audio settings.
Press to mute audio. Press again to resume previous volume.
Insert disc for automatic playback.
Press to eject disc.
Press and hold to reset core mechanism position.
Press to change the AM, FM or SAT band.
Press to play the previous chapter/track or auto-search the previous available
radio station. In menu mode, press to move the cursor to the left.
Press to access the next chapter or track or auto-search the next available radio
station. In menu mode, press to move the cursor to the right.
Press to cycle through information available on the LCD or TFT screen. In DVD
Mode, press to view the top and bottom information bars. Press again to turn
"Display Off'.
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19.
20.
View playback information on secondary LCD.
Point remote control at IR Receiver to control functions.
Insert SD card for playback of media files through the radio.
Use thin metallic object to depress RESET button and restore factory default
settings.
Press to open TFT screen.
Press to pause or resume playback or to confirm current selection.
Press to fast forward/fast reverse disc or tune up one frequency step in tuner
mode. In menu mode, press to move the cursor up.
Press to slow forward/slow reverse disc or tune down one frequency step in tuner
mode. In menu mode, press to move the cursor down.
When the NAV102 is connected to the head unit, press to display the navigation
user interface. The TFT screen must be open for this function to operate.
Press to control intro playback function.
Press to control repeat playback function.
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22. Press to close the TFT screen.
23. Press once to adjust the downward tilt angle of the screen one step at a time or
press and hold to adjust the angle in a continuous motion.
24. Press once to adjust the upward tilt angle of the screen one step at a time or
press and hold to adjust the angle in a continuous motion.
25. Press to adjust the display aspect ratio of the picture to one of three settings:
Full, Normal or Standby.
Press and hold to adjust the Brightness and Contrast. Press the volume control
to move between Brightness and Contrast. Turn the rotary encoder to adjust the
setting for the selected option.
Common User Settings
Audio Control Menu
Touch the EQ button on the left side of the screen to access the Audio Control Menu,
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Use the touchscreen or the left/right joystick buttons on the unit or remote control
to highlight the audio feature to be adjusted.
Touch the screen or press the joystick enter button to select the highlighted
option.
Touch the +/- buttons on the screen or use the joystick to adjust the selected
feature to the desired setting.
Set Clock
The clock appears in the top right corner of the screen and on the LCD screen during
certain operations.
To set the clock, you must first press the ~ button on the screen to access the SETUP
menu.
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center of the screen.
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adjust, then use the
touch screen to
adjust the setting.
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Use the touch screen or joystick to select the Clock option.
Use the touch screen or press the joystick enter button to access the adjustment
field.
Select a new value using the touch screen or left/right joystick buttons. The
AM/PM indication will change as you continue to adjust the hour past 12.
Use the touch screen or press the joystick enter button to confirm and exit the
SETUP menu.
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Radio frequency indicator
Clock display
Radio station name {call letters)
Tuning mode indicator (local/distant)
Touch to recall preset stations.
Program Information: Title, Artist, Type
NOTE: The amount of information displayed when
receiving an HD Radio signal is dependent upon
what is being broadcast. Some stations broadcast
their call letters (name), the artist's name, song title,
and category of music.
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20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
Touch for quick access to Equalizer level settings.
Touch to access the Direct Entry Screen. Enter the desired frequency and then
touch the'" button. You can also press GOTO on the remote contralto access
the Direct Entry Screen.
HD Radio band indicator
1«: Touch to seek backward.
»1: Touch to seek forward.
«: Touch to tune backward one step.
»: Touch to tune forward one step.
BAND: Touch to change bands.
Touch to view the SOURCE MENU and select a new playback source. You can
also change the source by pressing the SRC button on the contral panel or
remote control.
MEM: View screen used to enter current channel into preset memory. Touch P1 P6 to store or Exit to leave the screen.
1/2 or 2/2: Touch this page button to view a second page of on-screen buttons.
NOTE: In AM mode, there is only one page of on-screen button options. The
PROG button is not visible since Multicast channels are not available for AM
stations.
View SETUP menu.
PROG: Touch to view the HD Radio Multicast channel display
AID: Touch to select Auto, Analog or Digital tuning mode.
HD Radio Signal Indicator.
Auto memory scan.
TAG: Touch to perform iTunes tagging for current song.
iTunes® Tagging
The VM9413 offers iTunes® Tagging, which allows the user to "Tag" songs playing on
HD Radio ™ stations for purchase later through iTunes. When the onscreen TAG
button is touched, the unit stores the title and artist song information that can then be
transferred to your iPod when connected to the MediaLink4 . A list titled "Tagged" will
appear in iTunes, allowing you the option to purchase your tagged songs.
iPod Compatibility
Models supported, but not limited to, include the following
•
iPod nano 4G
•
iPod Classic
•
iPod Touch
•
iPod 5G
•
iPod nano 3G
Tagging Music
1.
2.
Tune to an HD Radio station.
Touch the onscreen TAG button or press the MENUITAG button on the remote
control. "Adding Tag ..." will appear in the display. The song information is saved
to the VM9413 memory until an iPod is connected. You can tag up to 64 songs
before the tags must be transferred to an iPod or deleted.
Tag Message
Reason
Storing Tag ...
TAG button is pressed
Tag Stored ## of 64
Successful storage of tag
## Tag(s) Sent
Tag(s) successfully transferred
Memory full, Connect iPod
Tag storage is full
Insufficient Tag Data
Tag data is not available
Tag transfer failed
Tag transfer failed
iPod full, Tag cannot be stored
iPod memory is full
Tagging not supported
Unsupported iPod is connected
Downloading Tags to your iPod
To download tags to your iPod, plug an iPod into the iPod jLink3 and then into the
MediaLink4 iPod connector. All existing tags are automatically transferred to the iPod
and deleted from the head unit's memory. If an iPod is connected when a song is
tagged, the Tag will be immediately transferred to the iPod.
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The VM9413 will play
music or other audio
files from the following
disc media:
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Current track and total number of tracks on disc
Elapsed playing time
Disc title
Track titles (if available on disc)
ID3 information
~/II: Touch to play/pause disc playback.
.: Touch to stop disc playback.
»1: Touch to move to next track.
1«: Touch to move to previous track.
»: Touch to fast forward current track.
«: Touch to rewind current track.
Touch to activate/deactivate Random mode.
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CD-R/RW
DVD
DVD+R/RW
DVD-R/RW
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not play unless the
recording session is
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Touch to access the direct entry screen.
~: Touch to view the SETUP menu.
Touch for quick access to Equalizer level settings.
Touch to view the SOURCE MENU and select a new playback source.
Touch the scroll bar and arrows to view the previous/ next page of songs.
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T : 5/8 - "5/8" indicates the fifth of 8 titles on the DVD is currently playing.
C : 2/16 - "2/16" indicates that the second of 16 chapters/tracks on the disc is
currently playing.
00:41 :28 - "00:41 :28" indicates the playback time of the current title/track.
Q 2/6 Eng - The language display information indicates the second language
out of 6 (English) is currently being used.
VCD 2.0 - Format of current disc.
To access the on-screen controls, touch the bottom 1/3 of the screen (section B).
Touch the 1/2 button to view a second page of controls.
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Stop playback
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Adjust Equalizer settings
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Change audio language for disc playback
Repeat play current track/chapter
Press to select beginning repeat point. Press again
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SUBTITLE
Select language for subtitles
TITLE
Select different title for playback
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DISP
Display playback information
Satellite Radio Operation
Listeners can subscribe to X!\A® Radio on the Web by visiting www.xmradio.com. or by
calling (800) 967-2346. Customers should have their Radio 10 ready. Customers can
receive a limited number of free-to-air channels without activation.
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SAT channel name
SAT channel number
SAT band
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Song title
Artist name
Song category
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10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
Signal strength indicator.
Current preset channels/on-screen preset buttons.
CH -: Select the previous channel.
CH +: Select the next channel.
CAT +: Select next channel in current category only.
CAT -: Select previous channel in current category only.
Touch to enter channel directly using keypad on screen.
CG: Access Channel/Category Guide mode. Use the scroll bar and arrows on the
touch screen to view the next/previous page of channels/categories.
BAND: Change between SAT1, SAT2 and SAT3 bands.
Touch to view the SETUP menu.
Touch this area to view the SOURCE MENU and select a new playback source.
MEM: View screen used to enter current channel into preset memory.
DIAG: This feature is reserved for use by service professionals for
troubleshooting.
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11.
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Current file and total number of files on your media device
Elapsed playing time
Current time
Track titles
ID3 information
~/II: Touch to play/pause disc playback.
.: Touch to stop disc playback.
»1: Touch to move to next track.
1«: Touch to move to previous track.
t: Touch to view the next page of songs.
f: Touch to view the previous page of songs.
DIR -: Touch to view the previous folder.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
DIR +: Touch to view the next folder.
Touch to access the direct entry screen.
~: Touch to view the SETUP menu.
Touch for quick access to Equalizer level settings.
Touch to view the SOURCE MENU and select a new playback source.
Folder name
1/2 or 2/2: Touch this page button to view a second page of on-screen buttons.
Touch the scroll bar and arrows to view the previous/ next page of songs.
Touch to activate/deactivate Repeat play mode.
Touch to access the Music menu.
Touch to access the Video menu.
Touch to access the Photo menu.
Browse all files.
Loading an SD Card
Insert an so card (up to 8GB) into the SO slot on the front of the radio. The unit will
read the media files on the card automatically.
To remove the card, first press the SRC button to switch to another mode and stop SO
playback. Pull the SO card out to remove it.
MP3/WMA Operation (continued)
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remove the USB device from the USB connector.
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This player allows you to play back up to 1500 MP3 and WMA files recorded onto CDR1RWs, DVD+R/RWs, and DVD-R1RWs.
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For CD-RW discs, please make sure it is formatted using the full method and not
the quick method to prevent illegal disc operation.
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When burning MP3IWMA files onto a DVD disc, use the 2X or 4X burning option,
if available. This slower burning speed will help eliminate buffer errors and
increase disc reading reliability. Also, use folders when burning large numbers of
songslfiles to a disc for easy music navigation. Select the "Disc at Once" option
and close your disc.
MP3 Playing Order
Files and folders (Folder Search, File Search or Folder Select) are accessed in the
order they were written by the CD writer. You may be able to set the order in which
MP3IWMA files are to be played by writing them onto a medium such as a CD-R with
their file names beginning with play sequence numbers such as "01" to "99".
This player will only recognize three folder levels and does not display folders
containing only other folders.
Bluetooth Operation
Bluetooth is a short-range wireless radio connectivity technology that is developed as
a cable replacement for mobile phones, handheld PCs and other devices. Bluetooth
operates in 2.4 GHz frequency range and transmits voice and data at speeds up to 1
megabit per second.
The BTM10 (purchased separately) is required for Bluetooth operation.
Pairing your Phone
1.
Press the (I:t button to initiate the pairing process. Keep the mobile phone within 2
meters of the head unit when pairing.
Select the Bluetooth setup option on the mobile phone to be paired (please refer
to the phone's instruction manual).
If prompted, enter the "pass key" or pairing code. The dafault code for many
phones is "0000". The default code for the VM9413 is "1234".
Select "VM9413" from the pairing list on the mobile phone.
2.
3.
4.
Hands Free Profile (HFP)
To use a phone wirelessly with this unit, it is necessary to first establish a connection
using Bluetooth wireless technology. Connection is normally established using HFP
(Hands Free Profile), which gives you full control of functions available on the
telephone source. However, depending on your phone, the connection may be made
using HSP (Head Set Profile), making some functions unavailable. This is a limitation
of your phone, not the VM9413.
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The menu list appears on the left side of the screen and can be accessed from other
modes by touching the MENU button on the right side of the screen.
To make a call from a list, touch the number and then touch the "\ button.
• Missed Calls: The Missed Calls list retrieves the list of Missed numbers from your
phone. The last missed number is the first number on the list. Touch the Missed
Calls menu option to view the list.
• Dialed Calls: The Dialed Calls list retrieves the list of dialed numbers from your
phone. The last dialed number is the first number on the list. Touch the Dialed
Calls menu option to view the list.
• Received Calls: Use the Received Calls list to view the last 10 received numbers
stored on your phone. To access the Received list, touch the Received Calls menu
option. The last received number is the first number on the list.
• Phone Book: Touch the Phone Book menu option to display the phone book
stored on your mobile phone, if compatible. The screen will display "Ready..."
while the phone book is downloading. Once the download is completed, you can
use the arrow buttons and scroll bar on the right side of the window to navigate the
list. Since the unit downloads one page of entries at a time, there may be a slight
delay while the next page of numbers is downloaded.
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Not all phones allow access to missed, received or dialed calls and
some will not allow uploading of your phone's address book.
Bluetooth Operation (continued)
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Current connection status/device connected
Current time
Bluetooth menu
Current operation status
Toggle Music/Phone menu.
Transfer active call back to handset.
Pair your Bluetooth phone (first time use).
Exit call listing display.
Connect/disconnect Bluetooth device (phone, PDA, personal music player, etc.)
with hands-free function.
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10. Mute/un-mute microphone during active call.
11. Answer incoming call/make call.
12. Reject incoming call/end call/quit pairing process/quit reading phone book or call
listing.
13. Touch to view the SETUP menu.
14. Touch to view the equalizer.
15. Touch to view the SOURCE MENU and select a new playback source.
16. Indicates connection/current operation (--> indicates incoming call, <-- indicates
dialing alert).
17. Touch to access the direct entry screen.
18. .: Touch to stop A2DP playback.
19. Touch the scroll bar and arrows to view the previous/next page of choices (only
visible when needed).
20. Toggle Music/Phone menu or mode.
21. Play/Pause selected file.
22. 1«: Touch to move to the previous file.
23. »1: Touch to move to the next file.
24. Signal strength indicator
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File number and total number of files on the disc
Current time
File titles
ID3 information (Artist/Album)
Touch to "Enter"
Touch to access the Photo menu
Touch to move to next track
Touch to move to previous track
Touch to view the iPod main menu
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12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
Touch to play/pause disc playback.
Touch to access the Music menu.
Touch to access the Video menu.
Touch to view the SETUP menu.
Touch for quick access to Equalizer level settings.
View SOURCE MENU and select a new source.
Current file title
Touch to access the direct entry screen.
Touch the scroll bar and arrows to view the previous/ next page of songs.
Search Playlist/Artist/Album/Song
To search through Playlists, Artists, Albums and Songs, press the MENU button on the
remote control while in one of the following directories: Playlist, Artist, Album or Song.
The selected directory will be accessed with the number of pages and files in that
directory displayed at the top of the page. To access the page or file, enter the page or
file number directly from the remote control keypad. Press the 1« or »1 button on the
remote control to select the desired song or file.
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