Audiovox mp6512i Specifications

MP6612i
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction ..............................................................................................1
Installation ................................................................................................2
Wiring .......................................................................................................5
Front Panel Release ................................................................................6
Operation .................................................................................................7
Tuner Operation .....................................................................................11
CD Player Operation ..............................................................................13
MP3/WMA Operation .............................................................................14
Satellite Radio Operation .......................................................................17
iPod Operation .......................................................................................19
Bluetooth Operation ...............................................................................20
Remote Control ......................................................................................24
Care and Maintenance ...........................................................................25
Troubleshooting .....................................................................................26
Specifications .........................................................................................27
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INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of the Jensen MP6612i Mobile Receiver.
It’s a good idea to read all of the instructions before beginning the
installation. We recommend having your Jensen MP6612i installed by a
reputable installation shop.
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USB - Supports Hard Drives and Flash Memory Drives
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SD Card - Playback of MP3 and WMA files
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3.5mm Audio Only Input
Chassis
Features
CD / MP3 / WMA
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Detachable Faceplate
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1.0 DIN (Import / ISO-DIN Mountable)
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Full Dot Matrix LCD Display
General
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ID3 Tag Compatible
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Last Position Memory
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Directory Search (MP3 / WMA Only)
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MP3/WMA search by Track, File and Character
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Audible Forward / Reverse Track Search
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Random, Repeat and Intro
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Play, Pause, Stop, Next Track and Previous Track
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ESP Buffer (Electronic Shock Protection)
AM-FM
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Infrared Remote Control
Programmable Volume Control
MediaPlex AudioCore offers Adjustable Bass, Midrange and Treble
Center Frequencies as well as Bass and Midrange Q Adjustments
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Five Preset EQ Curves
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Loudness
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Rotary Encoder Audio Control
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Beep Tone Confirmation (On-OFF Option)
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Variable Subwoofer Line Output w/ Multiple X-over Frequency Settings
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Front and Rear Line Output
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200-Ohm Preamp Line Outputs
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2VRMS Line Outputs
Optional Accessories
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RDS-Radio Data System
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USA / Europe Frequency Spacing
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30 Station Presets (18 FM / 12 AM)
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Auto Stereo / Mono
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Local / Distance
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Auto Store / Preview Scan
Sat Radio Ready
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Compatible with XM and Sirius Tuners (Sold Separately)
Requires XMDJEN100 or JXMC Cables (Sold Separately)
Satellite Channel Name, Category, Artist, or Song Title can be
displayed
iPod
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JLinkDirect - High Speed Direct Connect Interface To Access iPod
Playlists, Artists, Albums, Songs.
Intuitive Interface for Easy iPod Navigation
Power Management Charges iPod While Connected
Requires jLinkCable (Sold Separately)
MediaLink2
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Under Dash Interface Allows Portable Media Devices to be Connected
MediaLink2 Includes the Following connectivity:
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jLinkDirect 8-pin DIN for iPod
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jLinkCable - iPod interface Cable
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INSTALLATION
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This unit is designed for installation in cars, trucks and vans with an existing
radio opening. In many cases, a special installation kit will be required to
mount the radio to the dashboard. These kits are available at electronics
supply stores and car stereo specialty shops. Always check the kit
application before purchasing to make sure the kit works with your vehicle.
If you have trouble locating a kit or need installation assistance, contact
Technical Support at 1-800-323-4815 from 9:00am to 6:00pm EST Monday
through Friday.
Remove Transport Screws
TRANSPORT
SCREWS
HALF
SLEEVE
Tools and Supplies
The following tools and supplies are needed to install the radio:
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Torx type, flathead and Philips screwdrivers
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Wire cutters and strippers
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Tools to remove existing radio (screwdriver, socket wrench set or other
tools)
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Electrical tape
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Crimping tool
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Volt meter/test light
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Crimp connections
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18 gauge wire for power connections
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16-18 gauge speaker wire
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UNIVERSAL
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Remove Radio from Sleeve
Lift latches on both sides of sleeve to remove half-sleeve from radio.
Mounting Sleeve Installation
1. Slide the mounting sleeve off the chassis. If it is locked into position,
use the removal tools (supplied) to disengage it.
2. Check the dashboard opening size by sliding the mounting sleeve into
it.
Preparation
1. Disconnect Battery
Before you begin, always disconnect the battery negative terminal.
NOTE: If the MP6612i is to be installed in a car equipped with an onboard 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.
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If the opening is too small, carefully cut or file as necessary until the
sleeve easily slides into the opening. Do not force the sleeve into the
opening or cause it to bend or bow. Check for sufficient space behind
the dashboard for the radio chassis.
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 to firmly
secure the sleeve to the dashboard.
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CAUTION: For proper operation of the CD player, the chassis must be
mounted within 20° of horizontal.
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Place the radio in front of the dashboard opening so the wiring can be
brought through the mounting sleeve. Follow the wiring diagram
carefully and make certain all connections are secure and insulated
with wire nuts or electrical tape. See “Wiring” on page 5. After
completing the wiring connections, turn the unit on to confirm operation
(vehicle ignition must be on). If the unit does not operate, re-check all
wiring until the problem is corrected.
Make sure the radio is right-side up, then
SPRING CLIP
carefully slide the radio into the mounting
sleeve until it is fully seated and the spring clips
lock it into place.
Secure the rear of the unit to the car body
using the mounting bolt and rubber cushion.
Test the radio using the Operating Instructions
that follow.
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Install the radio/mounting plate assembly to the sub-dashboard
according to the instructions in the installation kit.
Attach the support strap to the radio and dashboard as described in the
Universal Installation instructions.
Replace the dashboard trim panel.
ISO Installation
This unit has threaded holes in the chassis
side panels which may be used with the
original factory mounting brackets of some
vehicles to mount the radio to the
dashboard. Please consult with your local
car stereo shop for assistance on this type
of installation.
1. Remove the existing factory radio
from the dashboard or center console.
Save all hardware and brackets as
they will be used to mount the new radio.
2. Carefully unsnap the plastic frame from the front of the new radio
chassis. Remove and discard the frame.
3. Remove the factory mounting brackets and hardware from the existing
radio and attach them to the new radio. Do not exceed M5 x 9 MM
maximum screw size. Longer screws may damage components inside
the chassis.
4. Wire the new radio to the vehicle as outlined in the Universal Installation
instructions.
5. Mount the new radio assembly to the dashboard or center console
using the reverse procedure of step 1.
BEND TABS
MOUNTING
SLEEVE
RUBBER
CUSHION
MOUNTING BOLT
Fuses
When replacing a fuse, make sure the new fuse is the correct type and
amperage. Using an incorrect fuse could damage the radio.
RADIO
TRIM RING
Reconnect Battery
When wiring is complete, reconnect the battery negative terminal.
Kit Installation
If your vehicle requires the use of an installation kit to mount this radio,
follow the instructions included with the installation kit to attach the radio to
the mounting plate supplied with the kit.
1. Wire and test the radio as outlined in the Mounting Sleeve Installation
instructions.
Removing the Radio
To remove the radio after installation, remove the trim ring by lifting in the
center and pulling it off from either side. Insert the removal keys straight
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back until they lock, then pull the radio out. If removal keys are inserted at
an angle, they will not lock properly and will not release the unit.
Sleeve
Removal Key
Trim Ring
Removal Key
Technical Assistance
If you require assistance, contact Technical Support at 1-800-323-4815
from 9:00am to 6:00pm EST Monday through Friday.
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WIRING
NOTE: The amplifier in this radio
is only designed for use with four
speakers. Never combine (bridge)
outputs for use with two
speakers. Never ground negative
speaker leads to chassis ground.
Failure to wire exactly as shown
may cause electrical damage to
the radio.
NOTE: Only connect speakers
with a nominal impedance of 4
ohms. Speakers with a load
impedance less than 4 ohms
could damage the unit.
DATA BUS
DATA BUS
SAT L SAT R
SAT
R (Red)
Rear Line out
Gray
Ground
Connect to ground terminal
or clean, unpainted part of chassis.
3.5mm
Audio Only
Black
Memory/Battery
Connect to battery or 12 volt power
source that is always live. The radio will
not work if this wire is not connected.
FrontLine out
R (Red)
Black
L (White)
Power Antenna
Connect to power antenna or amplifier.
If not used, tape bare end of wire.
Blue
Accessory/Ignition
Connect to existing radio wire
or radio fuse.
Yellow
Red
FRONT SP
White/Black
Stripe
iPod Video
iPod
White
Gray/Black
Stripe
L (White)
Gray
REAR SP
Green/Black
Stripe
Green Purple/Black
Stripe
Purple
iPod Mini iPod Nano
jLink iPod Cable
(Sold Separately)
Left Speaker
(Front)
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Right Speaker
(Front)
Left Speaker
(Rear)
Right Speaker
(Rear)
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FRONT PANEL RELEASE
The open button (1) releases the mechanism that holds the front panel to
the chassis.
Detaching the Front Panel
To detach the front panel:
1. Press and hold the power button (2) to turn the unit off.
2. Press and hold the open button (1). The panel will slide down. You must
press and hold to avoid ejecting the CD, if present.
3. Pull to release the right side of the panel.
4. Pull the left side of the panel to remove it.
5. After removing the front panel, store it in the supplied carrying case and
take it with you when you leave the car.
The motorized mechanism will close automatically after 10 seconds.
Re-attaching the Front Panel
To re-attach the front panel, make sure the electrical terminals on the back
of the panel are free of dust and dirt, as debris could cause intermittent
operation or other malfunctions. Position the right side of the panel in place
until correctly engaged, then lightly press the left side of the panel until the
mechanism locks it into place.
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OPERATION
Power
Press the power button (2) to turn the unit on. Press and hold the power
button again to turn the unit off.
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NOTE: LCD panels may take longer to respond when subjected to cold
temperatures for an extended period of time. In addition, the visibility
of the numbers on the LCD may decrease slightly. The LCD display
will return to normal when the temperature increases to a normal
range.
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iPod
Menu
After selecting an audio feature to adjust, use the TUNE/TRACK >>| or |<<
buttons (19) to move right/left and select the various adjustment options for
that feature. Turn the rotary encoder to select settings for each option.
The unit automatically exits audio control mode after five seconds of
inactivity.
Equalizer (EQSET)
Audio Mute
Press the mute button (2) to silence the audio volume. “MUTE” appears
on the display. Press mute again to restore volume to the previous
setting.
To adjust equalizer settings, press the MENU button (22) to access the
EQSET menu. Press the TUNE/TRACK >>| or |<< buttons (19) to select
EQSET or EQ-MODE.
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EQSET
Turn the rotary encoder to turn the equalizer ON or OFF.
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EQMODE
Turn the rotary encoder to choose a preset equalizer setting: ROCK,
HIP HOP, DANCE, RAVE, URBAN.
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CURVE
View the selected equalizer curve.
When the equalizer function is activated, the most recently selected bass/
treble levels cannot be adjusted. When the equalizer function is not active,
the unit will return to the most recently selected bass and treble levels.
Bass
Volume / Audio Control
To increase the volume, turn the rotary encoder (22) clockwise. To decrease
the volume, turn the rotary encoder counter-clockwise. When volume is
adjusted, the volume level will be shown on the display panel as a number
ranging from “0” (lowest) to “46” (highest).
Press the MENU rotary encoder button (22) repeatedly to step through the
following audio functions: equalizer EQSET, BASS, mid-range (MID),
TREBLE, LOUD, subwoofer (SUB-W), and BAL/FAD.
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To adjust Bass options, press the MENU button (22) twice or until “BASS”
appears in the display. Press the TUNE/TRACK >>| or |<< buttons (19) to
access the following Bass settings:
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DISP
MENU/ENTER-PRESS
Source
Press the SRC button (7) to select a different mode of operation, as
indicated on the display panel. Available modes include tuner (FM1, FM2,
FM3, AM1, AM2), CD, USB, SD, SAT, iPod and auxiliary (AUX). CD, SD,
USB, SAT and iPod mode only appear when the source is available.
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TUNE / TRACK
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READY
MENU/ENTER-PRESS
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LEVEL
Turn the rotary encoder clockwise to increase or counter-clockwise to
decrease the Bass level from “-6” to “+6”. “0” represents a flat response.
Bass Center Frequency (C. FREQ)
Turn the rotary encoder clockwise to adjust the Bass Center Frequency
to 60, 80, 100 or 200Hz.
Bass Quality Factor (BASS-Q)
Turn the rotary encoder to select one of the following Bass Quality
Factor options: 1N, 2N, 2W, 1W. The following chart depicts the curve
characteristics for each step:
Quality Factor options: 1N, 2N, 2W, 1W. The following chart depicts the
curve characteristics for each step:
Middle Quality Factor Curve Characteristics
Bass Quality Factor Curve Characteristics
TREBLE
To adjust Treble options, press the MENU button (22) repeatedly until
“TREBLE” appears in the display. Press the TUNE/TRACK >>| or |<<
buttons (19) to access the following Treble settings:
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LEVEL
Turn the rotary encoder clockwise to increase or counter-clockwise to
decrease the Treble level from “-6” to “+6”. “0” represents a flat
response.
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Treble Center Frequency (C. FREQ)
Turn the rotary encoder clockwise to adjust the Treble Center
Frequency to 10KHz, 12.5KHz, 15KHz or 17.5KHz.
LOUD
Mid-Range (MID)
To adjust Mid-Range options, press the MENU button (22) three times or
until “MID” appears in the display. Press the TUNE/TRACK >>| or |<<
buttons (19) to access the following Mid-Range settings:
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LEVEL
Turn the rotary encoder clockwise to increase or counter-clockwise to
decrease the Mid-Range level from “-6” to “+6”. “0” represents a flat
response.
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Mid-Range Center Frequency (C.FREQ)
Turn the rotary encoder to adjust the Mid-Range Center Frequency to
500Hz, 1KHz, 1.5KHz, or 2.5KHz.
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Mid-Range Quality Factor (MID-Q)
Turn the rotary encoder to select one of the following Mid-Range
When listening to music at low volume levels, this feature will boost the
bass and treble ranges to compensate for the characteristics of human
hearing. To adjust the Loudness settings, press the MENU button (22)
repeatedly until “LOUD” appears in the display. Press the TUNE/TRACK
>>| or |<< buttons (19) to access the following settings:
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LOUD
Turn the rotary encoder to turn the Loudness feature ON/OFF.
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LEVEL
Adjust gain to LOW, MID, or HIGH.
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Peak Frequency (P. FREQ)
Turn the rotary encoder to adjust the Peak Frequency to 400Hz, 800Hz,
or 2.4KHz.
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BOOST
Turn the rotary encoder to select “Flat” or “On” (Bass Boost).
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Subwoofer (SUB-W)
Programmable Turn-on Volume Level (VOL SEL)
To adjust Subwoofer options, press the MENU button (22) until “SUB-W”
appears in the display. Press the TUNE/TRACK >>| or |<< buttons (19) to
access the following settings:
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SUB-W
Turn the rotary encoder to turn the subwoofer feature ON/OFF.
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LEVEL
The sub-woofer level control is only applicable if the unit is connected to
an optional sub-woofer speaker. Turn the rotary encoder to turn the
subwoofer ON/OFF or adjust the sub-woofer level from “00” to “12”.
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Sub-woofer Low Pass Filter (LPF)
The sub-woofer LPF control is only applicable if the unit is connected to
an optional sub-woofer speaker and a subwoofer level is selected. Turn
the rotary encoder to select one of the following four Low Pass Filter
options: Flat, 80Hz, 120Hz, 160Hz. (“Flat” turns the LPF off, allowing
the sub-woofer to play full range.)
Balance (BAL/FAD)
Press the MENU button (22) to select “Last” or “Adjust”.
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Last
When the unit is turned on, the volume will resume at the level selected
when last turned off.
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Adjust
After selecting “Adjust”, press the MENU button to select “Volume
PGM” and then turn the rotary encoder (22) to select the desired turnon level (0-46). When this option is selected, the unit will revert to the
adjusted volume each time the unit is turned on.
BEEP
Turn the rotary encoder to select “ON” or “OFF”. When “ON” is selected, an
audible beep tone is heard each time a button is pressed on the face of the
radio. “BEEP ON” is the default setting.
Frequency Spacing (Area)
This option allows you to select the appropriate frequency spacing for your
area. “U.S.A.” is the default setting. Turn the rotary encoder to select
“EUROPE”, if needed.
LOCAL
To adjust the balance from “L10” (full left) to “R10” (full right), press the
MENU button (22) until “BAL/FAD” appears in the display. Press the TUNE/
TRACK >>| or |<< buttons (19) to adjust the balance between the left and
right speakers. “C00” represents a center balance.
Fader (BAL/FAD)
Turn the rotary encoder to turn local radio reception “ON” or “OFF”. When
the Local function is on, only radio stations with a strong signal are played.
Bright
To adjust the fader from “F10” (full front) to “R10” (full rear), press the
MENU button (22) until “BAL/FAD” appears in the display. Turn the rotary
encoder to adjust the fader between the front and rear speakers. “C00”
represents a center fader level.
This option allows you to adjust the brightness of the LCD screen. Turn the
rotary encoder to select a brightness level between “01” and “08”, with “08”
being the brightest.
LCD Mode
System Menu Operation
Press and hold the MENU button (22) for more than two seconds to access
the SYSTEM menu. Press the MENU button repeatedly or use the TUNE/
TRACK >>| or |<< buttons (19) to move through the following menu options:
Time Format, VOL SEL, BEEP, Area, LOCAL, Bright, LCD Mode, Screen
Save. The following procedures assume you have already accessed the
menu.
Time Format
Turn the rotary encoder to select “Normal” or “Reverse”, depending on
personal preference. “Reverse” will reverse the black and white pixel
display.
Screen Save
Turn the rotary encoder to select “ON” or “OFF”. When “ON” is selected, the
screensaver will appear after 5 seconds of inactivity, allowing your music to
continue playing.
Clock Set
1. Press and hold the DISP button (18) until the clock blinks.
2. Turn the rotary encoder (22) to the right the set the hour and to the left
to set the minutes.
This option allows selection of a 12 hour or 24 hour clock format. “12
HOUR” is the default setting. Turn the rotary encoder to change to the 24
hour clock format.
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Reset Button
The RESET button (4) is located on the front panel below the rotary
encoder. The reset circuitry protects the microprocessor circuitry. Since
resetting the unit will erase the time and preset memories, it should only be
activated upon initial installation after all wiring is complete, or if there is a
malfunction of any of the switches on the unit. In these circumstances,
pressing the RESET button will clear the system and return the unit to
normal operation.
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TUNER OPERATION
Preview Scan
Press the SCAN button (16) to scan all strong stations in the current band.
The unit will stop at each station for five seconds before continuing to the
next station. Press SCAN again to stop scanning and listen to the current
station.
The MP6612i allows you to receive channels in U.S.A. or EUROPE mode.
See “Frequency Spacing (Area)” on page 9 to learn how to change the
tuner options.
Automatic Store (AS)
Select six strong stations and store them in the current band using the
Automatic Store feature. To enable this feature, press the AS button (15).
The radio will automatically search the band in use and enter strong
stations into the preset memory positions for that band. After entering the
stations into memory, the unit will automatically stop at each station for five
seconds, allowing you to preview each selection. When using the Automatic
Store feature, the new stations replace any stations already stored in preset
memory for the selected band.
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Program Type (PTY)
PTY defines the type of program being broadcast, when applicable. Not all
stations are broadcast with PTY information. You can use the PTY function
to play stations broadcast in the following categories:
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All PTY (any station with PTY information is searched)
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Traffic (the TA (Traffic Announcement) icon appears lit when a station
broadcasting PTY Traffic Reports is selected)
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News
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Information
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Sports
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Talk
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Rock
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Classic Rock
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Adult Hits
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Soft Rock
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Top 40
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Country
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Oldies
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Soft
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Nostalgia
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Jazz
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Classical
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Rhythm and Blues
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Soft Rhythm and Blues
Select a Band
Press the BAND button (3) to change between three FM and two AM (MW)
bands. Each band stores up to six preset stations.
Tuning
Auto Seek Tuning
Press the TUNE/TRACK >>| or |<< buttons (19) to move to the next/
previous station automatically.
Manual Tuning
Press and hold the TUNE/TRACK >>| or |<< buttons (19) for more than
three seconds to enter manual tuning mode. Next, press the >>| or |<<
buttons to move the radio frequency number up or down one step.
Preset Stations
Up to six stations on each band can be stored as presets, which can then
be instantly recalled by pressing the associated preset button (14). To store
a station, turn the radio on and select the desired band and station. Press
and hold the desired preset button (numbered one through six on the face
of the radio) for more than two seconds. When stored, the preset number
will appear in the display. The station is now stored and can be recalled by
pressing the corresponding preset button. Repeat for the remaining five
presets on the current band and for presets on the other four bands.
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Language (foreign)
Religious Music
Religious Talk
Personality
Public
College
Weather
Emergency Test
Emergency
search for stations in a PTY category:
Press the PTY button (17) to view the current PTY category.
Turn the rotary encoder (22) to move through the list of available
categories.
3. After 2 seconds of inactivity, the radio will automatically scan and play
the first station it locates in the selected category.
NOTE: PTY is a new broadcast technology that may not be extensively
available in your area.
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CD PLAYER OPERATION
Insert CD
1. Press the OPEN/EJECT button (1) and the motorized front panel will
slide down automatically to display the disc slot.
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If a disc is already present, it will be ejected. Remove the ejected
disc before proceeding.
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Hold the OPEN/EJECT button for 2 seconds to open the front panel
door without activating the eject function.
2. With the label surface facing up, fully insert a compact disc into the disc
slot until the mechanism engages and pulls the disc in.
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After inserting a disc, the unit will pause for a few seconds and then
automatically return to the closed position and begin playing the
disc.
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If no disk is inserted or the faceplate is removed, the motorized
chassis will close after 10 seconds.
Intro Scan (INT)
During disc play, press the INT button (9) to select “INT ON” and play the
first 10 seconds of each track on the disc. When the desired track is
reached, press INT again to end the scan and play the selected track.
Repeat (RPT)
Press the RPT button (10) during disc play to select “RPT ON” and
continuously repeat the track. Press RPT again to stop repeating.
Random (RDM)
Press the RDM button (11) during disc play to select “RDM ON” and play all
tracks on the CD in random, shuffled order. Press RDM again to stop
random play.
Eject CD
Press the OPEN/EJECT button (1) and the motorized front panel will slide
automatically down to display the disc slot.
The unit will automatically stop CD play and eject the disc. If the disc is not
removed from the unit within 15 seconds, the disc will be reloaded to
prevent accidental damage.
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NOTE: The unit is designed for play of standard 5” (12 cm.) compact
discs only. Do not attempt to use 3” (8 cm.) CD singles in this unit,
either with or without an adaptor, as damage to the player and/or the
disc may occur. Such damage will not be covered by the warranty on
this product.
CD Player Error Codes
If a problem should develop while operating the CD player, an error code
may appear on the display panel. This can indicate a number of problems
with the unit, including a mechanical error or an error in the microprocessor
control. If an error code appears, try ejecting and reloading the disc into the
player. While the disc is out of the unit, make sure it is clean and
undamaged, and then load it correctly. If this does not solve the problem,
pressing the RESET button may help, but will erase the time and preset
memory. If the suggested measures do not solve the problem, contact an
approved warranty station near you for further assistance.
Pause
Press the pause >/|| button (8) to suspend disc play. Press the pause >/||
button again to resume disc play.
Track Select
Press the TUNE/TRACK >>| or |<< buttons (19) for less than one second to
advance to the next track on the CD. The selected track number will appear
on the display. Press and hold the TUNE/TRACK >>| or |<< buttons (19) to
fast forward or fast reverse through the disc. CD play starts when the button
is released.
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MP3/WMA OPERATION
MP3 and WMA (Windows Media Audio) music files are digital audio files
that are compressed to allow more files on a single CD. This unit can play
MP3/WMA directly from files contained on a CD-R/RW, SD card or USB
device using the buttons on the receiver (or optional remote control) as
described below. Many types of software are available for converting audio
files into MP3/WMA formats. Jensen recommends Nero or Roxio Easy CD
Creator. Depending on the media type and recording method, some CD-R/
RWs may be incompatible with this unit. This unit supports playback of
MP3/WMA and CDDA (CDA), Mixed-Mode CDs and CD-Extra (including
multi-session discs). Discs on which the session has not been closed will
not play.
MP3/WMA Encoder and CD Writer Settings
Use the following settings when compressing audio data with the MP3
encoder.
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Transfer bit rate: 8 - 320 kbps
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Sampling frequency: 8, 11.025, 12, 16, 22.05, 24, 32, 44.1, 48 kHz
When using a CD writer to record MP3/WMA up to the maximum disc
capacity, disable additional writing. To record an empty disc up to the
maximum capacity at once, select the “disc at once” option.
Entering ID3 Tag
This unit supports ID3 tag versions 1.0
and 1.1. For character codes, refer to
the table to the right.
Entering File and Folder Names
Notes on MP3/WMA Play
This unit can play MP3 (MPEG1, 2, 2.5 Audio Layer 3). However, the MP3
recording media and accepted formats are limited. When writing MP3/
WMA, pay attention to the following restrictions.
Acceptable Media
Names using the code list characters
are the only file names and folder
names that can be entered and
displayed. Using any other character will
cause the file and folder names to be
displayed incorrectly. The unit
recognizes and plays only files with the MP3/WMA extension.
The MP3/WMA recording media acceptable to this unit are SD card, USB
hard drive or flash drive, CD-ROM, CD-R and CD-RW. When using CD-RW,
use full format rather than quick format to prevent malfunction.
Acceptable Medium Formats
The following formats are available for the media used in this unit. The
maximum number of characters used for file name including the delimiter
(".") and three-character extension are indicated in parentheses.
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ISO 9660 Level 1 (11 characters)
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ISO 9660 Level 2 (31 characters)
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Joliet (31 characters)
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Romeo (31 characters)
Up to 200 characters can be displayed in the long file name format. For a
list of available characters, see the instruction manual of the writing
software and the section “Entering File and Folder Names” below. The
media reproducible on this unit has the following limitations:
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Maximum number of nested folders: 8
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Maximum number of files per disc: 999
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Maximum number of folders per disc: 255
MP3/WMA files written in formats other than those listed above will not play
successfully and their file or folder names will not display properly.
NOTE: A file name entered with characters not on the code list may
not play correctly.
Writing Files into a Medium
When a medium containing MP3/WMA data is loaded, the unit checks all
data. If the medium contains a large number of folders or non-MP3/WMA
files, MP3/WMA play will be delayed, it may take time for the unit to move to
the next file, and searches may not be performed smoothly. Loading such a
medium may produce loud noise and cause damage to the speakers. Do
not attempt to play a medium containing a non-MP3/WMA file with the
MP3/WMA extension or a medium containing non MP3/WMA files.
Electronic Shock Protection
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>45 seconds for MP3 recorded at 44.1kHz, 128kbps
>90 seconds for WMA recorded at 44.1kHz, 128kbps
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Loading an SD Card
Insert the SD card, label side down, into the SD slot on the front of the
MediaLink2. The unit will display “Card Read” and read the files on the card
automatically. “SD” is shown in the upper left hand corner of the LCD when
in SD mode.
Bit Rates
The unit supports bit rates from 32 - 320 kbps.
MP3 Playing Order
When selected for play, files and folders (Folder Search, File 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 MP3/WMA 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". For example, a medium with the following
folder/file hierarchy is subject to Folder Search, File Search or Folder Select
as shown below.
3.5mm
Audio Only
SD SLOT
To remove the card, first press the SRC button (7) to switch to another
mode and stop SD playback. Grasp the SD card and pull it straight out.
Most cards have a thin recess that helps with removal.
Loading a USB Device
1.
Locate the USB jack on the MediaLink2.
3.5mm
Audio Only
USB JACK
2.
Insert the USB device into the USB jack. The unit will display “USB
Read” and read the files on the device automatically. “USB” is shown in
the upper left hand corner of the LCD when in USB mode.
To remove the USB device, press the SRC button (7) to switch to another
mode and then remove the USB device from the USB jack.
The MP6612i 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.
Loading an MP3/WMA Disc
After the disc is loaded, “CD Read” is displayed then “MAX” followed by the
number of tracks is displayed. The unit will then display ID3 information
pertaining to the last selected category (Folder, File, Track, Artist, Album, or
Track number and Elapsed time).
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Repeat (RPT)
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Press the RPT button (10) once to select “RPT ON” and repeatedly play
the current file.
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Press RPT twice to select “RPT FOLD” and repeatedly play all files in
the current folder.
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To turn off repeat play, press the RPT button until “RPT” disappears
from the display.
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To turn off intro scan and play the current track, press the INT button
until “INT” disappears from the display.
Random (RDM)
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Press the RDM button (11) once to select “RDM ON” and randomly play
all files on the source.
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Press RDM twice to select “RDM FOLD” and randomly play all files in
the current folder.
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To turn off random play, press the RDM button until “RDM” disappears
from the display.
Pause
Press the pause >/|| button (8) to suspend play. Press the pause >/|| button
again to resume play.
Accessing the ID3 Tag
Press the DISP button (18) repeatedly during MP3/WMA play to access the
ID3 information manually. The display will show any of the following
information that is programmed on the source: Folder Name, File Name,
Track Title, Artist Title, Album Name.
MP3/WMA Search
Press the AS button (15) to activate the Search function. The LCD will
display "Search" and list three search options.
Track Search
Track Select
Press the TUNE/TRACK >>| or |<< buttons (19) for less than one second to
advance to the next track on the source, or for more than one second to fast
forward or fast reverse through the track. Playback begins when the button
is released.
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2.
3.
Navigating Folders
Press the folder UP (13) button (also the “6” button) to advance 10 songs.
Press the folder DN (12) button (also the “5” button) to move 10 songs in
reverse.
Press and hold the folder UP button to skip to the next folder or the folder
DN button to return to the previous folder.
Turn the rotary encoder (22) to highlight “Track Search”.
Press MENU (22) to confirm. “Track 001” appears on the screen.
Turn the rotary encoder to enter the third digit of a possible three digit
track number.
4. Press MENU to confirm.
5. Turn the rotary encoder to enter the second digit.
6. Press MENU to confirm.
7. Turn the rotary encoder to enter the first digit.
8. Press and hold the MENU button to confirm and play the file. You can
perform this step after entering one or two digits if the file number is less
than three digits.
File Search
Intro Scan (INT)
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Press the INT button (9) once to select “INT ON” and play the first 10
seconds of each track.
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Press INT twice to select “INT FOLD” and play the first 10 seconds of
each track in the current folder.
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3.
4.
5.
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Turn the rotary encoder (22) to highlight “File Search”.
Press MENU (22) to confirm. A list of folders appears on the screen.
Turn the rotary encoder to browse the folder list.
Press MENU to select a folder.
Turn the rotary encoder to browse the files or folders in the selected
folder.
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7. Repeat above steps as necessary.
8. Press and hold the MENU button to confirm and play the file
Character Search
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Turn the rotary encoder (22) to highlight “Char Search”.
Press MENU (22) to confirm. “Char INPUT, A” appears on the screen.
Turn the rotary encoder to enter the first character (A-Z, 0-9, blank
space).
Press MENU to confirm.
Repeat as necessary, entering at least two characters (8 maximum).
Press and hold the MENU button to search for the file.
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If more than one match is found, use the rotary encoder to choose
the desired file and press MENU to confirm.
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If no match is found, “NO MATCH” is displayed.
NOTE: The Character Search string must match the first 3-8
characters of a file name to be found.
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SATELLITE RADIO OPERATION
Selecting a Station
Press the TUNE/TRACK >>| or |<< button (19) to change to another
station.
Listeners can subscribe to XM® Radio on the Web by visiting
www.xmradio.com, or by calling (800) 967-2346. Customers should
have their Radio ID ready (see “Displaying the Identification (ID)
Code”). Customers can receive a limited number of free-to-air
channels without activation.
Preset Stations
Press the BAND button (3) to change between three SAT Radio bands.
Each band stores up to six preset stations. You can store and recall a total
of 18 preset stations.
Store a Station
Listeners can subscribe to Sirius® Radio on the Web by visiting
www.sirius.com, or by calling (888) 539-SIRIUS. Customers should
have their Sirius ID ready (Sirius ID is located on the Satellite Radio
Tuner, sold separately). Customers can listen to music samples by
tuning to channel 184.
1.
2.
Select a band (if needed), then select a station.
Hold a preset button (14) for three seconds. The preset number
appears in the display.
Recall a Station
Accessing Satellite Radio Mode
To switch to Satellite Radio mode, press SRC (7) until “- - SAT - -” appears
on the display. This will not be displayed unless the unit is connected to an
optional XM or Sirius receiver.
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2.
Direct Tuning Mode
To enter a station directly, perform the following steps.
1. Press the AS button (15).
2. Press the MENU button to select “Direct Tune”.
3. Turn the rotary encoder to select the third digit of the desired channel
(0-9).
4. Press MENU (22) to enter the number and move to the second position.
5. Turn the rotary encoder again to select the second digit of the desired
channel (0 - 9).
6. Press MENU to enter the second number and move to the first position.
7. Turn the rotary encoder again to select the first digit of the channel you
want to tune to (0 - 2).
8. Press MENU to enter the final number and access the channel.
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Select a band (if needed).
Press a preset button (14) to select the corresponding stored station.
NOTE: If the channel is unauthorized or invalid, “Unavail” appears on
the LCD and the unit returns to SAT mode.
Displaying the Identification (ID) Code
Before you listen to Satellite Radio, you must subscribe to the service using
your radio’s identification number. To display the radio ID, press the TUNE/
TRACK |<< button (19) to access channel 000. The screen displays
“RADIO ID” followed by the ID number.
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Category Tuning Mode
To select stations in a specific category, perform the following steps.
1. Press the AS button (15).
2. Turn the rotary encoder to select “Category Tune”.
3. Press the MENU button (22).
4. Turn the rotary encoder to move through the available categories.
5. Press the MENU button (22) to select the displayed category.
6. Once a category is selected, turn the rotary encoder to select stations in
the current category.
7. Press MENU to select the displayed channel.
Display Modes
Press the DISP button (18) to change the mode to the following options in
the order listed.
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Channel Name
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Artist name
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Song Name
If the selected channel name, artist, or title exceeds 15 characters, the
display information will scroll upon selection.
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iPod OPERATION
Accessing iPod Mode
Press the SRC button (7) to change to iPod playback mode. iPod playback
begins automatically when an iPod is connected.
Random (RDM)
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Press the RDM button (11) once to select “RDM SONG” and randomly
play all files on the source.
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Press RDM twice to select “RDM ALBUM” and randomly play all files in
the current folder.
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from the display.
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Press the 6 UP button (13) to enter the iPod menu. Turn the rotary encoder
(22) to choose from the following categories:
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PLIST
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ARTIST
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ALBUM
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GENRE
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SONG
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COMPOSER
Press the MENU button (22) to select an option. At any point, you can press
the 6 UP button (13) to return to the previous option.
Some search categories require multiple selections before accessing a
track, depending on the file structure on your iPod and availability of items
in a particular search category. For example, after selecting GENRE you
may be required to select GENRE > ARTIST > ALBUM > SONG before
accessing the desired track. Continue using the rotary encoder/MENU
button until you locate the track you would like to play.
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Selecting a Track
Press the TUNE/TRACK >>| or |<< button (19) to select a track.
Press and hold the TUNE/TRACK >>| or |<< button (19) to fast forward or
fast reverse through the track.
Display Modes
Press the DISP button (18) to change the ID3 display to the following
options in the order listed.
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Track number and elapsed playing time
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Song name
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Artist name
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Album name
If the selected album name, artist, or title exceeds 15 characters, the
display information will scroll upon selection.
Repeat (RPT)
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Press the RPT button (10) once to select “RPT ONE” and repeatedly
play the current file.
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Press RPT twice to select “RPT ALL” and repeatedly play all files in the
current folder.
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To turn off repeat play, press the RPT button until “RPT” disappears
from the display.
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BLUETOOTH OPERATION
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.
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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 “EMPTY” when
an attempt is made to download a phone book.
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
MP6612i.
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.
NOTE: The line-of-sight distance between this unit and your cellular
phone must be 8 meters or less for 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 MP6612i, please
make sure your mobile phone supports Bluetooth functions (Headset or
Handsfree profiles or both). Adhere to the following guidelines for
successful operation.
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Before using Bluetooth functions, you must pair your mobile phone to
the MP6612i head unit (see “Pairing your Mobile Phone and Head Unit
via Bluetooth”). To ensure the best reception for pairing and reconnection, please make sure the phone battery is fully charged before
you begin.
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Try to perform pairing within a few minutes of the phone being turned
on.
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Once the unit has been paired with the phone, the unit’s model number,
“MP6612i”, will be displayed on the mobile phone.
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To achieve the best performance, always keep the mobile phone within
3 meters of the head unit.
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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.
Some mobile phones (like Sony Ericsson) may have a "Power Saving
Mode" option. PLEASE DO NOT use the power saving mode with the
MP6612i.
Pairing your Mobile Phone and Head Unit via Bluetooth
1. Press the SRC button (7) to access Bluetooth mode and initiate the
pairing process. Keep the phone within 2 meters of the head unit during
pairing. NOTE: If your phone does not automatically discover the
MP6612i, press and hold the SRC button to manually pair your
phone.
2. Select the Bluetooth setup option on the bluetooth 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).
3. Select “MP6612i” from the pairing list on the Bluetooth phone and
select “YES” to connect.
4. When your phone asks for a “pass key”, enter “1234”.
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If pairing is successful, “Pairing OK” appears on the LCD and the
Bluetooth icon will stop flashing.
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If pairing fails, “Pairing Failed” appears on the LCD.
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NOTE: Not all Bluetooth phones and features are
compatible with the MP6612i (i.e HFP and phone book
access).
3.
Use the TUNE/TRACK >>| or |<< buttons (19) to move the cursor
and change an incorrect digit.
Press the
button to dial the call.
NOTE: You can dial a number from any of the menu lists by
highlighting the number and pressing the
button (5).
Connecting/Disconnecting Your Phone
When the phone is out of range of the head unit (approximately 100 feet), it
will automatically disconnect.
Press and hold the BAND button (3) to manually reconnect the phone when
entering the vehicle.
Press the
button to end a call.
NOTE: You can only reconnect a paired device using the BAND
button.
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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 on the screen below “Answer ?”.
The call duration appears on the screen.
Answering an Incoming Call
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To answer the call, press the
button (5).
For best reception, speak loudly and clearly. To end the conversation, press
the
button (6) button. The screen will display “Call Ended!” and then
return to the previous mode.
Rejecting an Incoming Call
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Call Transfer
While talking, press the
button (5) to transfer an active call from the
head unit back to the mobile phone. “Call Transfer!” appears on the LCD.
Using Speed Dial
Storing a Number
Press the
button to reject an incoming call. The call will end and go to
voice mail, if available.
Volume Control
1.
2.
To increase or decrease the volume level, turn the rotary encoder (5), or
press the VOL buttons on the remote control.
3.
4.
Making an Outgoing Call
1. Press the
button (5) to open the direct dial screen.
2. Use the 0-9, * and # keys on the remote control to input the phone
number.
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Press the
button (6) button to clear the last digit.
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Press and hold the
button (6) button to clear the entire number
and start over.
Press the PHONE button (21) to access the Bluetooth menu.
With SPEED DIAL displayed at the top of the screen, turn the rotary
encoder to choose the preset M1-M6 position for which you would like
to store/edit a number.
Press the ENTER button (22) to confirm and access the input screen.
Use the rotary encoder to select the digit for each position, pressing the
ENTER button after each entry. You can enter up to 20 digits on the first
line.
NOTE: You can use the TUNE/TRACK >>| or |<< buttons (19) to move
the cursor and return to a position that needs to be changed.
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After the last digit, press ENTER again to move to the second line.
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7.
Use the rotary encoder to enter a name to identify the number, pressing
ENTER after each entry. You can enter up to 10 characters (digits and/
or letters) on the second line.
After the last character, press ENTER again to finalize your entry.
a call from the Missed list, turn the rotary encoder (22) to select the number
and then press the
button (5). The LCD will display “Empty” when the
feature is not available.
PHONE BOOK
Select the MOBILE or SIM Phone Book menu option to display the phone
book stored on your mobile phone, if compatible. The screen will display
“Reading” while the phone book is downloading.
To make a call from the Phone Book list, turn the rotary encoder (22) to
select the number and then press the
button (5). The LCD will display
“Empty” when the feature is not available.
NOTE: You can also save a number from the RECV or DIAL list by
highlighting the number and then pressing and holding a preset
number (M1-M6).
Dialing a Saved Number
1.
2.
Press the
button (5) to begin a call.
Press and hold the corresponding preset number (M1-M6) to dial the
SPEED DIAL number associated with that preset position.
NOTE: Some mobile phones and most “Smart” phones do not support
Phone Book upload through Bluetooth. .
Menu List
Press the PHONE button (21) to access the Bluetooth menu. The following
menu options are available.
Auto Answer
You can choose to have the MP6612i automatically answer incoming calls
to your paired Bluetooth phone. Turn the rotary encoder (22) to turn Auto
Answer “ON” or “OFF”.
BT Volume
NOTE: Not all phones allow access to missed, received or dialed calls
and some will not allow uploading of your phone’s address book.
Turn the rotary encoder (22) to select the desired Bluetooth volume, from 046.
SPEED DIAL
Use the Speed Dial feature to store up to 6 numbers for easy recall using
the M1-M6 memory buttons on the front of the radio. See “Using Speed
Dial” on page 22.
RECV LIST
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP)
The MP6612i allows you to play back audio files from your phone, PDA or
personal music player using a Bluetooth connection.
Before using an audio player, it may be necessary to enter a PIN code
(1234) into the unit.
Select the RECV LIST (received calls list) to view the received numbers
stored on your phone. The last received number is the first number on the
list. To make a call from the received list, turn the rotary encoder (22) to
select the number and then press the
button (5). The LCD will display
“Empty” when the feature is not available.
DIALED LIST
NOTE: Please turn A2DP off on your phone before attempting to make
a phone call, as unexpected results may occur depending on your
mobile phone model.
Select the DIALED LIST option to retrieve the list of dialed numbers from
your phone. The last dialed number is the first number on the list. To make a
call from the Dialed list, turn the rotary encoder (22) to select the number
and then press the
button (5). The LCD will display “Empty” when the
feature is not available.
MISSED LIST
The MP6612i can control a Bluetooth audio player via Advanced Audio
Distribution Profile (A2DP) or Audio/Video 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:
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A2DP: Stream audio from your Bluetooth compatible audio player and
listen to the music through your MP6612i. Play/pause, song selection,
etc. are not possible.
Select the MISSED LIST option to retrieve the list of Missed numbers from
your phone. The last missed number is the first number on the list. To make
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AVRCP: Play back, pause, select songs, etc. while streaming audio
from your Bluetooth compatible audio player to the MP6612i.
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 MP6612i.
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REMOTE CONTROL
Replacing the Battery
When the range of operation of the card remote control becomes short or
stops functioning, replace the battery with a new lithium battery. Be sure to
observe the proper polarity, as indicated below.
The remote control will allow you to control many functions of the MP6612i.
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Operating Range
The remote control sensor (20) is located to the right of the PHONE button.
The remote control can operate within a distance of 3~5m.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
CD Player
The following guidelines will help you extend the life of your CD player:
1. When cleaning the vehicle interior, do not get water or cleaning fluids on
the unit.
2. The CD player will not operate properly in extreme hot/cold or under
damp conditions. In case of such conditions, wait until the vehicle
interior reaches a normal temperature or any condensation on the disc
player lens has evaporated before using the player.
3. Never insert anything other than round 5” CDs into the player.
Attempting to insert CDs of other sizes (even with an adaptor) will
cause damage not covered by the warranty.
4. Always remove the CD when the player is not in use.
5. The unit is designed with a vibration dampening CD mechanism to
minimize interruption of disc play due to normal vibration in a moving
vehicle. However, occasional sound skips may occur when driving on
very rough roads. This will not scratch or damage the disc, and normal
play will resume when the rough conditions cease.
Compact Discs
CD-R and CD-RW Capability
Depending on media type and method of "recording/burning", some CD-R/
RWs may be incompatible with this unit. After "recording/burning", the
session must be closed. Please refer to your software's recommended
procedures for closing a disc/session. Review your recording software to
familiarize yourself with the correct "recording/burning" procedures. We
recommend using the latest versions of ROXIOTM or NEROTM burning
software.
In addition, this unit will only recognize the CDDA (Compact Disc Digital
Audio), .MP3 and .WMA formats "recorded / burned" onto a CD-R/RW. This
unit does not support .WAV, .OGG or other formats.
CD Care and Handling
Dirt, dust, scratches and warpage can cause skips in the playback and
deterioration of sound quality. Please follow these guidelines to take care of
your compact discs.
1. Carefully wipe fingerprints, dust and dirt from the disc’s playing surface
with a soft cloth. Wipe in a straight motion from the inside to the outside
of the disc.
2. Never use chemicals such as record sprays or household cleaners to
clean CDs, as they can irreparably damage the disc’s surface.
3. Discs should be kept in their storage cases when not in use.
4. Do not expose discs to direct sunlight, high temperatures or high
humidity for long periods.
5. Do not stick paper, tape or CD labels on disc surfaces, as internal
damage may occur.
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MP6612i
TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Does not operate
(display does not
light)
Cause
No power to yellow
wire; no power to red
wire
Inline fuse blown
No power to unit
Inline fuse blown
No speakers oper- No speaker harness,
ate (display lights speakers not connormally)
nected
Not all speakers
Incorrect splices or
operate
connections
Speaker wires shorting
to chassis ground or to
each other
Blows fuses
Power wire shorting to
ground
Speaker wires shorting
to ground
Incorrect fuse; fuse too
small
Corrective Action
Check connection with test
light; check vehicle fuse with
test light
Replace fuse
Check/replace fuse
Connect speaker harness;
check speaker wires
Check all splices and connections
Check splices; insulate all
bare wires
Make sure wire is not pinched
Make sure wire is not pinched
Install fuse of correct rating
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MP6612i
SPECIFICATIONS
General
CEA Power Ratings
Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 to 16VDC, negative ground
Power Antenna (Blue) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 500mA max, current limited protection
Operating Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -20C ~ 65C
Fuse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-amp, ATO type
DIN chassis dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7" X 7" X 2" (178mm x 178mm x 50mm)
*Specifications subject to change without notice.
Power Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 watts RMS X 4 channels into 4-ohms @ < 1% THD+N
Signal to Noise Ratio. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70dBA below reference (reference: 1 watt, 4-ohms)
Frequency Response . . . . . 20Hz to 20kHz (-3dB), Auxiliary input used as source reference
Reference Supply Voltage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.4VDC
CD Player
Compatible Disc Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CD-R/RW
Compatible Media Formats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CD-DA, MP3, WMA
Signal to Noise Ratio @ 1 kHz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . > 90dB
Frequency Response . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20Hz to 20 kHz, -3dB
Channel Separation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . > 60dB @ 1 kHz
D/A Converter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1bit/ channel
FM Tuner
Tuning Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87.5MHz - 107.9MHz
Mono Sensitivity (-30dB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11dBf
Quieting Sensitivity (-50dB). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15dBf
Signal to Noise Ratio @ 1 kHz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58dB
Stereo Separation @ 1 kHz. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . >30dB
Frequency Response . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30Hz - 12kHz, -3dB
AM Tuner
Tuning Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 530 kHz - 1710 kHz
Sensitivity (-20dB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15uV
Signal to Noise Ratio @ 1 kHz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50dB
Frequency Response . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50Hz - 2kHz, -3dB
Auxiliary Input
Input Sensitivity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .400mV RMS for 1 watt RMS into 4-ohms
Frequency Response . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20Hz to 20kHz, -3dB
Input Impedance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10k ohms
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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:
x
Damage incurred during shipping or transporting the product to the
Company or a service center
x
Elimination of car static or motor noise
x
Defects in cosmetic, decorative or non-operative structural parts
x
Correction of antenna problems
x
Costs incurred for installation, removal or reinstallation of the product
x
Consequential damage to compact discs, USB devices, digital media
cards, accessories or vehicle electrical systems
x
Damage caused by improper installation, mishandling, misuse, neglect,
accident, blown fuse, battery leakage, theft or improper storage
x
Products whose factory serial number/bar code label(s) or markings
have been removed or defaced
x
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
WRITTEN 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
x 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.
x 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.
x 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.
x Provide a detailed description of the problem(s) for which you
require service.
AudiovoxElectronics
ElectronicsCorporation
Corporation
Audiovox
Hauppauge,NY
NY11788
11788
Hauppauge,
TechnicalAssistance:
Assistance:1-800-323-4815
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