Boss Audio Systems BV7945B User guide

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WARNINGS
When Driving
Keep the volume level Iow enough to aware of
the road and traffic conditions.
CAUTION
In some countries, it's unlawful to operate a
vehicle while video is displayed in the
driver's viewing area. Please always switch
the unit's display to "Font Type Display"
mode by pressing the DISP button while
driving.
For safety reason, the driver should only
enjoy / watch the video while the car is in
parking mode.
When Car Washing
Do not expose the product to water or
excessive moisture. This could cause electrical
shorts, fire or other damage.
CAUTION
In order to avoid any accident, the driver
must not watch video while driving. This unit
is designed to not allow watching moving
video while driving. Park your car in a safe
place and engage the ‘PARKING BRAKE
WIRE' before watching moving video.
When Parked
Parking in direct sunlight can produce very
high temperatures inside your vehicle. Give the
interior a chance to cool down before starting
playback.
Use the Proper Power Supply
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR
PERFORMANCE OR PROCEDURES OTHER
THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY
RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION
EXPOSURE.
DO NOT OPEN COVERS AND DO NOT
REPAIR BY YOURSELF PLEASE REFER
SERVICING TO A
QUALIFIED
TECHNICIAN.
NOTE:
1. TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS EQUIPMENT TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
2. TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR
ELECTRIC SHOCK, AND ANNOYING
I N T E R F E R E N C E , U S E O N LY T H E
RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES.
3. THIS DEVICE IS INTENDED FOR
CONTINUOUS OPERATION.
This product incorporates copyright protection
technology that is protected by method claims
of certain U.S. Patents and other intellectual
property rights owned by Macrovision
Corporation and other rights owners. Use of
this copyright protection technology must be
authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and is
intended for home and other limited viewing
uses only unless
otherwise authorized by Macrovision
Corporation. Reverse engineering or
disassembly is prohibited.
This product is designed to operate with a 12
volt DC, negative ground battery system (the
regular system in a North American car).
Protect the Disc Mechanism
Avoid inserting any foreign objects into the slot
of this player. Failure to follow this may cause
malfunction or permanent damage due to the
precise mechanism of this unit.
CAUTION
THIS MOBILE MULTIMEDIA PLAYER IS A
CLASS I LASER PRODUCT. THIS UNIT USES
A VISIBLE/INVISIBLE LASER BEAM WHICH
COULD CAUSE HAZARDOUS RADIATION IF
EXPOSED DIRECTLY. BE SURE TO
OPERATE THE MOBILE MULTIMEDIA
PLAYER CORRECTLY AS INSTRUCTED.
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DISC AND FORMAT SUPPORTS
This unit can play various video/audio format
which stored into Disc/USB or SD card on
Media Player.
The following chart helps you to check if a
disc is supported by this unit, as well as what
functions are available for a given disc type.
Disc format
Digital Versatile Discs (MultiMedias)
Unsupported Discs
8 cm Disc
CDV, CDI, CDG,
LD
MultiMedia RAM
Note on Region Code
MultiMedia players and MultiMedia Video discs
Have their own Region Code numbers. This unit
Can playthe disc of all
regioncode numbers.
ALL
Video CDs (VCDs)
Digital VersatileDiscs Recordable
(MultiMedia+/-R)
Digital VersatileDiscs Rewritable
(MultiMedia+/-RW)
Compact Discs (CDs)
Disc Maintenance
Before playing, wipe the disc using a clean
cloth, working from the center hole towards the
outside edge.
Never use benzene, thinners, cleaning fluids or
anti-static liquids or
any other solvent.
CD Recordable (CD-R)
NOTE
CD Rewritable (CD-RW)
Audio Format
Playback CD-DA and MP3 or WMA digital
music file on CD-ROM or MultiMedia- ROM or
USB or Memory Card.
Note of MP3 and WMA:
Support Maximum 2000 files
Maximum 30 characters display
Supported Sampling frequencies; 32kHz,
44.1kHz, 48kHz.
Supported Bit-Rates: 64-256 kbps variable bit
rate
A disc may become somewhat scratched
(although not enough to make it unusable)
depending on you handle it and conditions
in the usage environment. Note these
scratches are not an indication of any
problem with the player.
Label side
Up
Do not bend
Video Format
Playback IMAGE JPEG, DVD Video, MPEG4 .
On CD-ROM or Multimedia - ROM or USB or
Memory Card.
Never touch
the under side
of a disc
Noted of MPEG4
Supported decoding MPEG-4 video defined by
ISO 14496-2 Standard:
1. Simple Profile (SP) and
2. Advance Simple Profile (ASP)
Supported file format: MP4 and .M4a (audio
only)
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Wipe the disc surface
from the
center to the edge.
INSTALLATION
The following illustration shows a typical installation. If you have any questions or require
information regarding installation kits, consult your customer car audio dealer or a company
suppling kits.
If you are not sure how to install this unit correctly, have it installed by a qualified technician.
1
To attach the front panel back to the unit
chassis, firstly join the right guide block
hole to the right cylinder (Step ),1 then
join the left guide block hole and the left
cylinder
(Step ).
2
Trim Plate
Step 2
Step 1
18
2
3
2m
m
1
Disassembly
tool
53
mm
Screw
2
Dashboard
Sleeve
3
4
Bend the appropriate tabs
to hold the sleeve firmly
in place.
Tr i m
Plate
Sleeve
When you stand the unit, be careful
not to damage the fuse on the rear.
Control
Panel
Removing the unit
Before removing the unit, release the rear section.
2
1
3
Step
2
Step
1
Disassembly
tools
Release
To
remove the front panel: 1. Press the Panel Release Button. .
2. After flipping down the front panel, push rightwards Step 1), then Step ( draw the left of the panel ( ).2
Trim Plate
Insert the two disassembly tools, then pull
them as illuatrated so that the unit can be
removed.
When installing the unit without
using the sleeve
When using the optional stay
Stay(option)
Screw
Washer
Nut
Dashboard
Screw(4x12mm)
Screw
Sleeve
Screw
Bracket
30°
Install the unit at an angle
of less than 30°.
Installation using the screw holes on the sides of the unit.
Fastening the unit to the factory radio mounting bracket.
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CONNECTING THE SYSTEM
About The Reverse Wire For
Back Up Camera System
About Parking Wire
CAUTION
In order to avoid any accident, the driver must
not watch video while driving. This unit is
designed to not allow watching moving video
while driving. Park your car in a safe place and
engage the parking brake before watching
moving video.
If user connected a back up camera system
to this unit, when the vehicle is in reverse
Gear (Back Up mode), the front in-dash TFT
display will automatically switch to Back Up
Camera Video signal regardless whatever
mode is currently displayed on the front indash TFT.
NOTE
Tips
The Video Blocking system under Parking
Brake NOT ENGAGED only control this
unit's display, This system will not affect the
Video Output thru the rear RCA Video
Output.
Be sure to connect Reverse wire properly.
(please see more details on “ Wiring
Diagram.”)
TIPS
Be sure to connect Parking Brake connection
lead. ( please see more details on “ Wiring
Diagram.”)
NOTE
If watch moving video from Disc or AV In
source but Parking Brake is NOT
PROPERLY CONNECTED, the video signal
will be blocked by the system and the below
display will be show on TFT:
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CONNECTING THE SYSTEM
Wiring Diagram
BLACK
ANTENNA
JACK
ANTENNA
EXTENDER
CABLE
L
FRONT LINE OUT
WHITE
BLACK
SUB-W OUT
REAR
H C- L
R
RCA-TO-RCA CABLE
(not supplied)
AMP
H C- R
RED
BACK UP CAMERA IN
OR VIDEO IN
YELLOW
REAR LINE OUT
ISO MALE CONNECTOR
VIDEO IN
AUDIO IN (RIGHT)
RCA TO RCA CABLE
(
NOT INCLUDED)
ISO CONNECTO
SOCKET
(See Figure 1)
VCR or MultiMedia
RED
or
AUDIO IN R
GAME CONSOLE
AUDIO IN (LEFT)
WHITE
AUDIO IN L
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO OUT
YELLOW
WHITE
RED
Brake
Switch
Connect to Parking Brake.
PINK
PARKING
BRAKE ( )
AMP
2.5m extension wire
Ground
ORANGE
3
4
5
6
7
8
5
7
8
4
A
Figure 1
SUB
WOOFER
CONNECTOR A
ISO CONNECTOR 4PIN+8PIN
FEMALE WITH MALE TERMINAL
SUB-W OUT
1
2
PINK
RCA TO RCA CABLE
(
NOT INCLUDED)
B
Reverse gear signal
REVERSE(+)
OVERRIDE
WIRE
CONNECTOR B
ISO CONNECTOR WIRING CHART
PIN
WIRE COLOR
FUNCTION/LABEL
A4
YELLOW
BATTERY(+)
A5
BLUE
CONNECT TO SYSTEM CONTROL
TERMINAL OF THE POWER AMP OR
AUTO ANTENNA RELAYCONTROL
TERMINAL(max 150mA 12VDC)
A7
RED
IGNITION(ACC)
A8
BLACK
GROUND
B1
VIOLET
RIGHT REAR SPEAKER (+)
B2
VIOLET/BLACK
RIGHT REAR SPEAKER (-)
B3
GREY
RIGHT FRONT SPEAKER (+)
B4
GREY/BLACK
RIGHT FRONT SPEAKER (-)
B5
WHITE
LEFT FRONT SPEAKER (+)
B6
WHITE/BLACK
LEFT FRONT SPEAKER (-)
B7
GREEN
LEFT REAR SPEAKER (+)
B8
GREEN/BLACK
LEFT REAR SPEAKER (-)
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Connect to Back Lamp Lead +
Gearbox
Switch
P
R
N
D
2
L
THE FUNCTIONS OF MAIN UNIT
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2
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5
7
3
6
8
17
10
9
16
13
No.
1
Item
(RELEASE)
12
Decriptions
Press this button to open the control panel.
MENU
Press this button to access into the SystemMenu mode.
Under RDS mode, press repeatedly to view RDS received
information.
Under MultiMedia playback mode, press repeatedly to view play
information: Title--->Chapter--->Play time
ENCODER
VOLUME
Rotate the Encoder Volume Knob to increase and decrease the
volume. ( The Maximum volume level is “46”.)
BAND /
Under Tuner mode, short press this button to change between
BAND FM1, FM2, FM3, AM1(MW1) or AM2 (MM2) .
Under Media playback mode, short press this button to Pause/
Resume Play the music.
SUB-W
Press and hold this button to turn On/Off the subwoofer function.
FUNC
(FUNCTION)
Press this button to enter into the Function mode.
XBS
Hold & press this button to turn On/Off the Bass booster function.
4
5
14
INFO
2
3
15
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THE FUNCTIONS OF MAIN UNIT
CLOCK
6
DIAL
TRANSFER
MUTE
7
8
9
10
11
POWER
LIST
Press this button to view the Clock, press this button again
to return to previous mode.
Under the Bluetooth Handfree mode, short press this button
to answer an incoming call.
Under the Bluetooth Handfree mode, long press this button to
enter into call Tansfer back to Mobile Phone.
Short press this button to turn Mute or restore volume.
Press this button or any other button on the front panel
(except Release button) to turn the unit on. Hold & press this
button again to turn the unit off.
.
Under tuner mode,press this button to Show The List of stored
station.
Under the Media playback mode, press this button to list the
searching of Tracks or Files on the Media playback mode.
Under the DVD/MP4 mode, press this button to list the
searching of DVD Root Menu or Files on the playback mode.
Under the VCD mode, press this button to turn On/Off the
PCB function.
EQ
Hold & press this button to select the Preset Equalizer setting.
TUNE UP/DOWN
Under tuner mode, press and hold this button momentarily to
enter into the Auto Seek/ Manual Seek mode.
Under media playback mode, press these buttons to skip a
chapter / track / scene / file.
FILE UP/DOWN
FAST BACKWARD
/ FORWARD
SOURCE
ESC
DIM
Under media playback mode, press and hold momentarily to
fast forward / backward the Disc.
Press this button to select different source playback mode:
TUNER / DISC / USB / SD CARD / BT AUDIO / AV IN mode.
Press this button to quick return previous menu or mode.
Hold & press this button to adjust the TFT dimmer High or Low.
Under the Bluetooth Handfree mode, press this button to end
or reject an incoming call.
12
EJECT
13
DISC SLOT
Insert the disc into CD slot.The CD will begin to play.
14
RESET
15
SD CARD
SLOT
User can reset the unit to its default setting. Press this button
by using a ball-point pen or sharp object.
This unit can support playback MP3/WMA/JPEG/MPEG4/
DIVX format which are stored on the SD Card.
16
USB SLOT
( The USB slot behind the
USB/AV-IN jack door.)
AV-IN JACK
17
(The AV-IN slot behind
the USB/AV-IN jack door.)
Press this button to eject the Disc.
This unit can support playback MP3/WMA/JPEG/MPEG4/
DIVX format which are stored on the USB memory stick.
This unit is allowed to connect with external Audio/Video
system such like Digital Camera or Game Console. User
can connect the external A/V system thru the A/V in jack on
front panel.
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THE FUNCTIONS OF REMOTE CONTROL
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2
1
8
9
4
5
13
11
14
6
12
18
15
17
19
20
3
24
21
16
22
25
7
26
23
No.
Button
Decriptions
Item
POWER ON
OFF
Press this button to turn On / Off the unit.
2
MUTE
Press this button to turn the Mute On / Off.
3
SYSTEM MENU Hold & press this button to enter into the System Menu mode.
4
SOURCE
Press this button to enter into the SOURCE mode.
5
VOLUME +
Press this button to increase the volume.
6
VOLUME -
Press this button to decrease the volume.
7
EQ
Press this button to enter into the preset Equalizer setting
mode.
Under the tuner mode, press this button to access the
Manual Seek mode.
Under the media playback mode, press this button fast
forward through the music under media player mode.
1
8
Under the tuner mode, press this button to access the
Manual Seek mode.
Under the media playback mode, press this button fast
backward through the music under media player mode.
9
10
UP/DOWN
LEFT/RIGHT
Use these buttons to move cursor up/down/left/right.
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THE FUNCTIONS OF REMOTE CONTROL
Under the tuner mode, press this button access Auto Seek mode.
11
Under the media playback mode, press this button to skip
backward of the previous chapter.
Under the tuner mode, press this button access Auto Seek mode.
12
Under the media playback mode, press this button to skip
forward of the next chapter.
ENTER
Use this button to confirm the selection.
14
PLAY/PAUSE
Press this button to Pause / Resume Play the music under
media playback mode.
15
BAND
Press this button to return previous menu. Under the tuner
mode, press this button to change the radio Band.
16
NUMERIC
BUTTONS
When in media playback mode use this button for track or
file number direct access and use when function need
numeric selection or input.
17
MultiMedia
DISPLAY
Press this button and the information displayed on the TFT
may vary according to this disc or files type.
18
FUNCTION
Press this button to enter into the function mode.
19
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13
LIST
20
Under tuner mode,press this button to Show The List of
stored station.
Under the Media playback mode, press this button to list the
searching of Tracks or Files on the Media playback mode.
Under the MultiMedia/MP4 mode, press this button to list the
searching of MultiMedia Root Menu or Files on the playback
mode.
Under the VCD mode, press this button to turn On/Off thePCB
function.
Press this button to quick return previous menu or mode.
21
ZOOM
When playback the MultiMedia, press this button repeatedly
to increase the magnification level.
22
ANGLE
Under MultiMedia mode, press this button while playing a
scene recorded with multiple angles to change the angle.
23
iX-BASS
Press this button to turn On/Off the iX-BASS booster function.
24
DISC AUDIO
25
SUBTITLE
26
TITLE
Under MultiMedia mode, press this button during playback to
change the audio language, if available on the disc.
Under MultiMedia mode, press this button during playback
to turn on/off subtitles and change the subtitles.
Under MultiMedia mode, press this button to bring up the Title
Menu.
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ADJUST SETTINGS
Press the MENU/INFO button access into the
System Menu. User can rotate the Encoder
Volume Knob to select the below options,
then press Power/Mute to confirm.
Adjust System Setting
User can rotate the Encoder Volume Knob to
select the System Settings, then press
Power/Mute to confirm.
Beep Tone
To adjust the Beep Tone On/Off. The beep tone
feature allows the selection of an audible beep
tone to be heard each time a button is pressed
on the face of the radio.
Time Set
Adjust Audio Setting
User can rotate the Encoder Volume Knob to
select the below Audio Settings, then press
Power/Mute to confirm.
Bass
User can use the Encoder Volume knob to adjust
the desired Bass level range from -6 to +6.
Treble
The time on the clock will be set to 12:00 as the
default. User can rotate the Encoder Volume
Konb to adjust the HOUR / MINUTE.
Preset Equalizer Setting
Under the Preset EQ Setting, there are the
below 8 different types of preset equalizer
available for user selection.
User can use the Encoder Volume knob to adjust
the desired Treble level range from -6 to +6.
Fader
User can use the Encoder Volume knob to
adjust the Fader between the front and rear
speakers from 12R (full rear) to 12F (full front).
Balance
User can use the Encoder Volume knob to adjust
the Balance between the right and left speakers
from 12R (full right) to 12L (full left).
TIPS
Tuner Setting
User can rotate the Encoder Volume Knob to
adjust the Tuner Settings, then press
Power/Mute to confirm.
Press and hold LIST button on the front panel
is to quick get into the Preset Equalizer
Setting menu.
Tuner Area
This option allows the selection of the
frequency spacing appropriate for your area.
Rotate the Encoder Volume Konb to select the
Tuner Area: U.S.A, Europe, Oirt, Latin.
RDS On/Off
User can rotate the Encoder Volume Knob to
turn the RDS On or Off.
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TUNER OPERATIONS
Tune To Radio Station
Adjust Tuner Function
Press the FUNC button under Tuner mode
access into the Tuner Function menu. User can
rotate the Encoder Volume Knob to select the
below options:
Press the BAND button to change between FM
bands and AM(MW) bands.
Tune To Preset Station
Press the LIST button to get into the preset
stations list, and user can use the Encoder
Volume Knob to select which preset station
he would listen to, and press the Power/Mute
button to confirm the selection.
OFF
Manual Store
Use this function to saved the current
frequency to memory stations. User can press
the Power/Mute to enter into the manual store
memory stations.
Auto Store
After Auto Stored & saved the 6 strongest
stations, the unit will automatically enter
present scan one time.
Manual Seek
Press and hold
/ buttons on front panel
to access into the Manual Seek mode.
Auto Seek
Press these
/ buttons on front panel to
access into the Auto Seek mode, and the unit
will auto search for the next radio station.
Local Seek
To receive more radio stations or only stations
with strong signal, you can adjust the tuner
sensitivity. User can press the Power/Mute to
turn On/Off the Local Seek mode.
[Local Seek On]: Only stations with strong
signal can be broadcast.
[Local Seek Off]: Stations with strong and
weak signals can be broadcast.
PTY Seek
User can press the Power/Mute button get into
the PTY List to select the desired PTY mode.
AF On/Off
User can press the Power/Mute button to turn
the AF On or Off.
TA On/Off
User can press the Power/Mute button to turn
the TA On or Off.
NOTE
AF, TA & PTY only appearing in the
function list, after changed the Tuner Area
to “ Europe”.
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ABOUT RDS
NOTE
AF (Alternate Frequencies)
This unit default at USA Tuner Area. RDS
function only activated after selected the
Tuner Area to “ Europe”.
If the radio signal come from the current station
is poor, you can turn on the AF (Alternate
Frequency) function to let the unit searches for
another station with stronger signal but with the
same program identification as the current
station automatically.
TIPS
Please refer Adjust Settings “ Tuner
Setting” for details how to select the Tuner
Area.
TA (Receive Traffic
Announcement )
The RDS ( Radio Data System ) function
operate only in areas with FM stations
broadcasting RDS signals. If you tune to and
RDS station, and RDS iocn and information
about the presenter, station or program is
displayed.
This unit support below RDS features:
If you do not want to miss traffic announcement
during enjoying music, you can turn on the TA
(Traffic Announcement) function.
TA On
When there is traffic announcement,
the unit switches to the tuner mode
(regardless of the current mode) and
begins to broadcast the announcemet
on traffic conditions. When the traffic
announcement is over, it returns to the
previous mode.
TA Off
Traffic announcement does not cut in.
PTY (Program Type)
Before tuning to RDS stations, you can select
program type and let the unit search only for
programs of the selected category.
MUSIC GROUP
CT (Clock Time)
SPEECH GROUP
POP M , ROCK M
NEWS, AFFAIRS, INFO
EASY M, LIGHT M
SPORT, EDUCATE, DRAMA
CLASSICS, OTHER M
CULTURE, SCIENCE, VARIED
JAZZ, COUNTRY
WEATHER,FINANCE, CHILDREN
NATION M, OLDIES, FOLK M
SOCIAL, RELIGION, PHONE IN
TEST, ALARM, MANUAL
TRAVEL, LEISURE, DOCUMENT
The RDS signal broadcast together with the
clock time to the unit automatically.
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MEDIA PLAYER OPERATIONS (Disc/USB/SD Card)
This unit can play various video / audio stored
into Disc / USB or SD Card on media player.
You can play commercially available audio CDs
and these Discs:
Digital Versatile Discs (MultiMedias)
Video Cds (VCDs)
Digital Versatile Discs Recordable
(MultiMedia+/-R)
Digital Versatile Discs Rewritable
(MultiMedia+/-RW)
Compact Discs (CDs)
CD Recordable (CD-R)
CD Rewritable (CD-RW)
Memory Card Operation
Insert The Memory Card
1.
Press
panel.
2.
After flipping down the front panel, push
rightwards, then draw the left of the panel.
Insert the Memory Card into the card slot,
then close the panel, the unit will play starts
automatically.
3.
on the front panel to release the
NOTE
Please ensure that the disc contains playable
content.
1.
2.
3.
Press
on the front panel to release the
panel.
Insert a CD with the printed side facing up,
then close the panel, the unit will play starts
automatically.
Press the BAND/
to pause the music
play. Press this button again to resume
music play.
Press the
/ to skip forward to the
beginning of the next or previous chapter.
Press and hold the
/ to fast
forward or fast rewind through the disc.
Press these buttons again to resume
normal playback.
Press
to take out the CD.
NOTE
Ensure that the memory card contains playable
music.
Remove The Memory Card
press the card until you hear a click sound, the
card is now disengaged. then remove the card.
Media Playing
Repeat
During the media playback, press the FUNC
button to adjust the different Repeat mode.
For MULTIMEDIA/VCD mode
USB Device Operation
[Repeat CH]: repeat playback the current the
chapter.
[Repeat TT]: repeat playback the current title.
[Repeat Off]: cancel all the repeat function.
For MP3/WMA/CD mode
[Repeat Off]:
play all tracks repeatedly
[Repeat One]:play the current track
repeatedly
[Repeat Folder]: play all tracks in the current
folder repeatedly
Flip open the USB plastic cover, insert the USB
device into the USB socket. The unit starts
playing from the USB device automatically.
NOTE
Random
User can play audio tracks/files or VCD videos
in random order. During the playback, press
the FUNC button to turn On/Off the random
function.
Ensure that the USB device contains playable
music.
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MEDIA PLAYER OPERATIONS (Disc/USB/SD Card)
Skip/Search
1.
Under the Media playback, press the LIST
button access into the playlist menu. User
can rotate the Encoder Volume Knob to
select the below options:
: to display all available audio folders
/ track.
: to display all available pictures
folders / files.
: to display all available video folders
/ files.
2. Under the MultiMedia playback mode, press
the LIST button can access into the
MultiMedia Root Menu.
Audio Channel
During the VCD playback, press the FUNC button
access into the Channel mode. Press the
Power/Mute to select the available audio channels
provided by the disc(Stereo, Left, Right ).
PBC Playback
PBC playback allows you to play Video CDs
interactively. During the VCD playback, press
the FUNC button access into the Pbc mode,
press the Power/Mute to turn PBC On or Off.
[PBC On]: it will switch to OFF and continue
playback.
[PBC Off]: it will switch to ON and return to
menu screen.
TIPS
Press the LIST button on the front panel is
quick to turn the PBC On or OFF.
Video Setting
Under MultiMedia/VCD playback, press the
FUNC button access into the Video Setting
mode,the below Setup menu will appear:
[BRIGHT]: change the Bright level from 0
to 7.
[CONTRAST]: change the Contrast level
from 0 to 7.
[COLOR]: change the Color level from 0 to 7.
[Reset]: reset to default setting.
Multimedia Audio
During the MultiMedia playback, press the
FUNC button access into the MultiMedia Audio
to change the audio language (MultiMedia
only).
Subtitle Language
During the MultiMedia playback, press the
FUNC button access into the Subtitle to turn
On/Off subtitles and change the subtitles
(MultiMedia only).
Angle
Under the FUNC menu, user can press Aangle
while playing a scene recorded with multiple
angles to change the angle (MultiMedia only).
Aspect Ratio
The TV Aspect setting allows the user to select
the aspect ratio of the TV (MultiMedia and VCD
only).
Under the FUNC menu, user can use the
Encoder Volume Knob to select the following
options:
4:3=Aspect ratio of TV is 4:3
16:9=Aspect ratio of TV is 16:9. Both wide
screen and 4:3 contents will fill the entire
screen.
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AV-In Mode
AV - 2 In
Select the AV Mode
Your can connect up to 1 AV device, press the
SOURCE button to enter into the AV mode:
AV - 1 IN = Front panel AV in
AV - 2 IN = RCA back of unit
AV -1 In
This unit is allowed to connect with external
Audio/Video system such like Digital Camera
or Game Console. User can connect the
external A/V system thru the A/V in jack on front
panel.
Connect the external signal to the RCA line in
jack located at the rear of the unit , then press
SOURCE button to select AV -2 In.
TIPS
If there is no any external AV System input,
then the TFT will be show “ NO VIDEO
SIGNAL”.
Connect the A/V In
Connect the external signal to A/V in jack
located at the front of the panel, then press
Source button to select A/V mode. Press Mode
Button again to cancel A/V mode and retrun to
previous mode.
Left Track
Right Track
Ground
Video
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BLUETOOTH OPERATIONS
User Guide For Bluetooth
1. When using this Bluetooth HEAD UNIT,
please make sure the mobile phone you use
supports Bluetooth functions (Headset or
Handsfree profiles or both).
2. Before you start to use the Bluetooth HEAD
UNIT, please make sure you successfully
paired your mobile phone with the system.
Please refer to the user manual, section
“PAIRING” for detail “PAIRING” instruction.
To ensure the best reception for Pairing or
Re-connection, please make sure the
Phone Battery is fully charged when making
the Pairing or Re-connection.
3. Always try pairing the Mobile Phone with
Head unit after a few minutes of the Mobile
Phone being switched on to ensure the best
pairing result.
4. “CW80” is this unit device model number which
is displayed on the mobile phone.
5. To achieve the best performance, please
always keep the Mobile Phone within 3
meters of the Head unit.
10. To ensure the best conversation quality /
performance, talk within 1 meter of the
Head Unit.
11. If the user wants to Dis-connect the Head
unit with the Mobile Phone, please switch
"OFF" Bluetooth connectivity on the
Mobile Phone.
12. Some Mobile Phones can support “IN
BAND RING TONE”, such as Nokia. In
such case, the Incoming Ringing Tone will
be same as the original Ring-tone of the
Mobile Phone. But some Mobile Phones
like Sony Ericsson do not support this
feature. The Ring-tone will be using the
standard Ring-tone of the Head unit.
13. When in telephone mode, during talking, it
is highly recommended to set the volume
to below “35” in order to achieve the best
sound quality. If the volume is too high, it
may create unwanted echo inside the car.
The unwanted echo may feedback into the
microphone.
6. Please always keep a clear path between
the Mobile Phone & the Head unit.
Frequency Asking Questions
7. Never put any metal object or any obstacle
between the path of the Mobile Phone & the
Head unit.
Q: In a conversation, if the voice output from
the car's speakers is not loud enough.
8. Some mobile phone brands like Sony
Ericsson may have "Power Saving Mode"
selection when Bluetooth mode is switch
on. DO NOT Switch ON Power saving Mode
when operating with this Head Unit, as
some abnormal communicational behavior
might occur.
A: Try increasing the volume level of the head
unit to a suitable sound level.
Q: In a conversation, the “ Listener” cannot
hearing my voice loud enough.
A: First, try asking the “Listener to” increase
the volume level on his/her mobile phone, if
it is still not loud enough, try to increase
your mobile phone's volume level.
9. Before the user makes an outgoing call or
accepts an incoming call, make sure the
mobile phone's “Bluetooth function” is
switched “ON”.
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BLUETOOTH OPERATIONS
Q: Under Phone conversation, the “ Listener
can hear echo feedback.
A: Your unit's speaker volume level is too loud
which causes the voice feedback into the
microphone. This can be corrected by
decreasing the volume level.
Name of Buttons and Their Functions
1
2
Q: Under Phone conversation, your
background is too noisy
A: May be you are in a noisy environment. Try
closing the car's window to shield the
environment/background noise under
phone conversation.
Q: If the Mobile Phone already paired with
the head unit, but after several calls, the
incoming calls cannot access thru the
head unit.
A: The paired Mobile Phone might have lost
the Bluetooth connection with the head
unit. In this case, please reconnect the
Bluetooth connection to the Mobile Phone.
Button
Bluetooth Handfree Function
1
Under an incoming call mode,
press this button to end or
reject an incoming call;
2
Under an incoming call, short
press this button to answer the
call;
Under the talking mode, long
press this button to call transfer
back to Mobile Phone;
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BLUETOOTH OPERATIONS
User can use the Encoder Volume Knob to
adjust the volume level.
Handsfree Operation
Pairing The Bluetooth System
Between Mobile Phone & The Unit
Open your Mobile Phone and switch
Bluetooth to on, and search Bluetooth device.
To end the conversation, press the “
”
button. The unit will switch back to the
previous mode automatically and release the
mute of the previous mode at the same time.
“CW80” should appear in the pairing list on
the Mobile Phone. User need to select “
CW80 ” and then input the password “1234” .
If the pairing is successful, the below display
will show on TFT for a while:
An Incoming call under stand by mode
(Ignition on & Power Off), the system
will automatically switch on the head
unit.
NOTE
Rejecting An Incoming Call
User can press “
incoming call.
” button to reject the
NOTE
and the unit will switch back to the previous
mode automatically.
The audio output of the present mode
will be muted and the ringing tones will
be heard if an incoming call is not being
answered. After pressing the “
”
button, the mute of the present mode
will be released.
Disconnecting of the Bluetooth
System
Open your Mobile Phone and disconnect the
Bluetooth System with the unit.
If the Disconnection is successful,the below
display will show on TFT:
SUB-W
Making An Outgoing Call
User can use his / her Mobile Phone to dial
and make an outgoing call. Once the user
has completed the dialing, the below display
will show on TFT:
23:28
AF
P3
108
and the unit will switch back to the previous
mode automatically.
Answering An Incoming Call
When there is an incoming call, the display
will show the Phone Number. If the incoming
call has no caller I.D. number, the LCD will
display “ Phone In ”, user can short press the
button to answer / accept the call.
User can use the Encoder Volume Knob to
adjust the volume level.
To end the conversation, press the “
”
button. The unit will switch back to the
previous mode automatically. The mute of
the previous mode will be released at the
same time.
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BLUETOOTH OPERATIONS
Call Transfer
During the talking mode, user can long press
the “
” button to transfer the audio from
the unit back to the Mobile Phone for privacy
reason.
NOTE
After the “
” button is pressed,
the present mode will be muted at
the same time, user can press the
button to release the Mute.
When making an outgoing call, it's
not possible to CALL TRANSFER if
the call is not being answered yet.
It's only possible to Transfer the call
to Mobile Phone after the call is
being answered.
Depending on different type of Mobile
Phone, the time need for activating
the CALL TRANSFER mode is
different. Example Nokia Mobile
Phone usually takes 3-5 seconds after
pressing the "
” button for audio
transfer back or forth from Unit to
Mobile Phone.
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BLUETOOTH OPERATIONS
Bluetooth Audio Operation
User can listen to music files on an audio
device on this unit if the audio device
supports A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution
Profile) of Bluetooth Technology. Please read
the below instruction before operating the
Bluetooth Audio streaming function on this
unit.
Connecting A Bluetooth Audio
Device With This Unit
Before using an audio device to play music on
this unit, the audio device must be paired with
this unit first.
Open your Mobile Phone and switch
Bluetooth to on, and search Bluetooth device.
“CW80” should appear in the pairing list on
the Mobile Phone. User need to select “
CW80 ” and then input the password “1234” .
If the pairing is successful, the below display
will show on TFT for a while:
Listening To Music From An Audio
Device In This Unit
1. Connect this unit with the audio device.
NOTE
Make sure the Bluetooth system is
connecting with this unit. If the “BT” icon
on the TFT is blinking, it means the
Bluetooth is disconnected with this unit.
Open your Mobile Phone or Audio device
to re-connect Bluetooth again.
.
2. Press SOURCE button repeatedly until BT
AUDIO appears on the TFT.
IMPORTANT
To listen to Bluetooth audio streaming
from the audio device, user MUST
change the mode to “BT AUDIO” first.
Any other mode of this unit is not able to
activate the Bluetooth audio streaming
( A2DP ) function.
NOTE
In Bluetooth Audio Mode, if there is no
audio device connected with this unit, the
TFT will show "BT AUDIO"..........................
The unit will search for an audio device for
20 seconds. If there is no device found,
the screen will display "NO DEVICE”
and the unit will switch back to the previous
mode automatically.
TIPS
If the audio device has both HFP (Hands
Free Profile) and A2DP (Advance Audio
Distribution Profile), this unit will
automatically pair these two profiles at the
same time. For example: if a mobile phone
has both HFP & A2DP profile and this mobile
phone is already HFP paired with this unit,
A2DP audio device pairing is not necessary.
Also this paired mobile phone will be added
automatically to the list of Paired Device –
Audio of this unit.
3. Once in the “BT AUDIO” mode, user can
use the audio device to start playback via
Bluetooth wireless with this unit.
NOTE
When you change to Bluetooth Audio
mode, some audio devices will
automatically start playback. Some phones
may require you to choose 'Media Player'
mode on your phone....................................
If the auto playback is not supported on the
audio device, please refer to the instruction
manual for the audio device on how to
operate music playback via Bluetooth
wireless technology.
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BLUETOOTH OPERATIONS
Operating an audio device with this
unit AVRCP ( Audio Video Remote
Control Profile )
This unit can perform the following operations
when the connecting Audio device
supports AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control
Profile) only if the Audio device supports
AVRCP.
1. Start playing - Every time the user switches
to “BT AUDIO” mode, this
unit will
automatically send a “PLAY” command via
AVRCP to the audio device to command
the auto start playing song in the audio
device.
NOTE
The PLAY command may differs depending
on the Audio device. If the Audio device is
not able auto start playing after
changing mode into “BT AUDIO” mode,
user may need to operate the PLAY mode
on the audio device to start the song
playback.
NOTE
The AVRCP operation may differ depending
on the audio device.
Handsfree Phoning While Bluetooth
Audio Streaming
If the connecting playback audio device is a
mobile phone, all the hands free function is
still available under the Bluetooth audio
streaming, like the answering incoming call,
making an outgoing call, etc.
Disconnecting An Audio Device
With This Unit
User can close the Bluetooth Audio
connection by disconnecting with the audio
device on the Mobile Phone.
NOTE
For more detail and information on
disconnecting with the unit, please refer to
the DISCONNECTION section.
2. Track up / down - by pressing the Track up
/ down buttons on this unit.
3. Pause/Play - by pressing the Pause / Play
button on this unit.
4. Encoder Volume - by rotating the Encoder
volume knob on this unit.
5. Audio Mute - by pressing the Mute button
on this unit.
6. Stop playback - by changing mode into
any other mode of this unit.
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SPECIFICATIONS
TFT Screen Section
Screen Size: 3.6"
(Measured Diagonally)
Screen Type: TFT Liquid Crystal Display active matrix
Resolution: 320 x 240
MultiMedia / CD Section
Compatible Disc/Format
Signal to Noise Ratio
Dynamic Range
Frequency Response
Channel Separation
See “ Disc Note” for more details description
> 90 dB
> 90 dB
20Hz to 20Khz +/-3dB
2 Channel (Stereo) >60dB @1khz
Video Section
Color System
Video Output
Video Input
NTSC / PAL/SCEAM
Composite 1.0 Vp-p (+/- 0.2) 75 - ohm
Composite 1.0 Vp-p (+/- 0.2) 75 - ohm
Audio Section
Max Output Power
Load Impedance (speakers)
Line out level / load
Line out Impedance
80W x 4 channels
4 ohms
400mV / 10k ohm load
200 ohm
Auxiliary Input Section
Frequency response
Input Maximum Voltage
Input Impedance
Radio Section
FM
Frequency Range
Usable Sensitivity
Stereo Separation
S/N Ratio
20Hz to 20KHz -3dB
1200 mV
4.7k ohm
87.5-108.0 MHz (Europe)
87.5-107.9 MHz (U.S.A)
< 15dB at S/N 30 dB
25 dB at 1KHz
50 dB
AM or MW
Frequency Range
Usable Sensitivity
S/N Ratio
522-1620 Khz (Europe)
530-1720 (U.S.A)
< 40dB at S/N 20dB
40 dB
BLUETOOTH
Power Consumption
Output Power
Frequency Band
Range
Standard
200mA Max.
0 dBm (Class II)
2.4GHz ~ 2.4835GHz ISM Band
3 meters (free space)
Bluetooth 2.0 specification
General
Operating Voltage
Grounding System
Fuse:
Operating Temperature:
Unit Mounting Angle
DC 11 -14.4V
Negative Ground
15-Amp Mini ATM Type
0°C to 50°C
< 30°
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Before going through the check list, check wiring connection. If any of the problems persist after
check list has been made, consult your nearest service dealer.
Symptom
Cause
Solution
The car ignition is not on.
No power
Disc cannot be
loaded or ejected
If the power supply is properly connected to
the car accessory terminal, switch the ignition
key to “ACC”
The fuse is blown.
Replace the fuse.
Presence of CD disc inside
the player.
Remove the disc in the player, then
put a new one.
Inserting the disc in reverse
direction.
Insert the compact disc with the
label facing upward.
Compact disc is extremely
dirty or defective disc.
Clean the disc or try to play a new one.
Temperature inside the car is
too high.
Cool off or until the ambient temperature
returns to normal.
Condensation.
Leave the player to off for an hour or so,
then try again.
Volume is in minimum.
Adjust volume to a desired level.
Wiring is not properly
connected.
Check wiring connection.
The operation keys
do not work
The built-in microcomputer is
not operating properly due to
noise.
Press the RESET button.
Front panel is not properly fixed into
its place
Sound skips.
The installation angle is
more than 30 degrees.
Adjust the installation angle to less
than 30 degrees.
The disc is extremely dirt or
defective disc.
Clean the compact disc. Then try to play a
new one.
The radio does not
work.
The radio station
automatic selection
does not work.
The antenna cable is not
connected.
Insert the antenna cable firmly.
The signals are too weak.
Select a station manually.
ERROR
Mechanism Error
Press the eject button to correct the problem.
If the error code does not disappear, consult
your nearest service dealer.
Disc Error
Maybe disc dirty / disc scratched
/disc upside down.
Replace the disc.
No sound
If at any time in the future you should need to dispose of this product please
note that Waste electrical products should not be disposed of with household
waste. Please recycle where facilities exist. Check with your Local Authority
or retailer for recycling advice.(Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
Directive)
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