Black Box DVH-P5000MP Installation manual

Before You Start
Precautions
Operation Manual
Information to User
Alteration or modifications carried out
without appropriate authorization may
invalidate the user’s right to operate the
equipment.
XM satellite digital tuner
GEX-P920XM
Before You Start
Important (Serial Number)
The serial number of this device is located on
the bottom of this unit. For your own security
and convenience, be sure to record this number on the enclosed warranty card.
About this manual
About this unit
PIONEER CORPORATION
4-1, MEGURO 1-CHOME, MEGURO-KU, TOKYO 153-8654, JAPAN
PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC.
P.O. Box 1540, Long Beach, California 90801-1540, U.S.A.
TEL: (800) 421-1404
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TEL:55-9178-4270
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This unit features a number of sophisticated
functions ensuring superior reception and
operation. All the functions have been
designed for the easiest possible use, but
many are not self-explanatory. This operation
manual will help you benefit fully from this
unit’s potential and maximize your listening
enjoyment.
We recommend that you familiarize yourself
with the functions and their operation by
reading through the manual before you begin
using this unit. It is especially important that
you read and observe Precautions,
WARNINGs and CAUTIONs in this manual.
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800-421-1404
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product.
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• Keep this manual handy as a reference for
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be erased and must be reprogrammed.
Published by Pioneer Corporation.
Copyright © 2005 by Pioneer Corporation.
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The “XM” logo on this unit indicates that it is
an XM satellite radio receiver. You can receive
XM satellite radio broadcasts by connecting
the unit as shown in the installation manual.
Note
The XM name and related logos are trademarks
of XM Satellite Radio Inc.
Introducing XM Satellite
Radio
There’s a world beyond AM and FM. XM
Satellite Radio. Up to 130 channels. Coast-tocoast coverage. Digital quality sound. With
many commercial-free music channels. Plus
the best sports, comedy, talk, news and entertainment. Questions? Visit www.xmradio.com.
The future is waiting.
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• XM Radio is responsible for the channel
lineup and categories, and may change at
any time. Please contact XM Radio for the
latest channel lineup and category information.
• To activate the XM tuner, you must have an
XM subscription.
Before You Start
How to subscribe
Listeners can subscribe by visiting XM on the
web at www.xmradio.com or by calling XM’s
Listener Care at 1-800-XM-RADIO [1-(800)
967-2346]. Customers should have their
Radio ID ready; for details, refer to “Display
the ID code (Radio ID)”. Customers are able
to receive a limited number of free-to-air
channels without activation.
Note
For information on the coverage area where XM
tuner reception is available, please visit
www.xmradio.com.
Technology. It is prohibited to copy, decompile,
disassemble, reverse engineer or manipulate any
technology incorporated in receivers compatible
with the XM Satellite Radio system. Furthermore, the
AMBE ® voice compression software included in
this product is protected by intellectual property
rights including patent rights, copyrights, and trade
secrets of Digital Voice Systems, Inc. The user of
this or any other software contained in an XM Radio
is explicitly prohibited from attempting to copy,
decompile, reverse engineer, or disassemble the
object code, or in any other way convert the object
code into human-readable form. The software is
licensed solely for use within this product.
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Before You Start
Operating with different
head units
You can control this product by connecting a
Pioneer head unit (sold separately). The following describes how to operate this product
with the head unit. In the diagrams and
description, “DEH-P6700MP” is used as the
example head unit.
Notes
• This product cannot be used with the head
units listed below.
AVH-P6400CD AVH-P6400
DEH-P8500MP DEH-P850MP
KEH-P2030
• Functionality with head units other than
those listed below may be limited, or not
functional at all. Pioneer does not support or
guarantee the functionality of this product
with head units other than those listed
below.
Head unit group 1
When using “GEX-P920XM” with the following head units, operation is the same as for
“DEH-P6700MP”. Operate according to the
instructions in this operation manual.
DEH-P9600MP
DEH-P960MP
DEH-P7600MP
DEH-P760MP
DEH-P7500MP
DEH-P750MP
DEH-P670MP
DEH-P6600
DEH-P660
DEH-P6500
DEH-P650
DEH-P560MP
DEH-P5500MP
DEH-P550MP
DVH-P5000MP
DEH-P4700MP
DEH-P470MP
DEH-P4600MP
DEH-P460MP
DEH-P4500MP
DEH-P450MP
DEH-P3700MP
DEH-P3600
DEH-P360
DEH-P3500
DEH-P350
DEH-P2600
DEH-P26
DEH-P2500
DEH-P250
DEH-P25
FH-P5000MP
Before You Start
Head unit group 2
Function compatibility chart
When using “GEX-P920XM” with the following head units, refer to the operation manual
supplied with the head unit for operating
instructions.
DEH-P8600MP
DEH-P860MP
DEH-P80MP
DEH-P8MP
DEH-P7700MP
DEH-P770MP
Operate using the same buttons on the head
unit itself or the remote control.
Head unit group 3
When using “GEX-P920XM” with the following head units, refer to the operation manual
supplied with the head unit for operating
instructions.
AVH-P7600DVD
AVH-P7500DVD
AVH-P6600DVD
AVH-P6500DVD
AVH-P5700DVD
Notes
• When using this product with “AVH-P7600DVD”
or “AVH-P7500DVD”, the FUNCTION menu in
the XM source is not available.
• When storing broadcast stations using with
“AVH-P6500DVD”, keep touching one of the
preset tuning keys PRESET 1–PRESET 6 on
the touch panel screen or press and hold
one of the preset tuning buttons 1–6 on the
remote control.
Head unit group 4
When using “GEX-P920XM” with “FH-P4200MP”,
operate while referring to the head unit group 4
function compatibility chart.
Note
“FH-P4200MP” controls this unit as an external
unit.
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Head unit group 4
Function
Button
Operation
Source switching
SOURCE
Select
Select the channel
or Select
Changing the band
BAND
Select
Preset memory
1–6
(hold for 2
seconds)
Memory
Direct recall
1–6
Recall
Sequential recall
(Channel number
select mode)
or Recall
Select the category
(Channel category
select mode)
or Select
Entering the
function menu
FUNCTION
Select
Switching the
display (FUNC1)
or Select
Scrolling the
display (FUNC1)
or (hold for 2
seconds)
Scroll
Switching the
channel select
mode (FUNC2)
or Select
What’s What
Resetting the microprocessor
The microprocessor must be reset under the
following conditions:
• Prior to using this unit for the first time
after installation
• If the unit fails to operate properly
• When strange or incorrect messages
appear on the display
• When changing the unit combination
Press RESET on the unit with a pen tip
or other pointed instrument.
Head unit
(e.g. DEH-P6700MP)
Remote control
(e.g. DEH-P6700MP)
CLOCK button
Press and hold to change channel select
mode.
You can operate in the same way with the
remote control supplied with the head unit.
DISPLAY button
Press to select different displays.
FUNCTION button
Press to select functions.
/// buttons
Press to select a channel, recall a channel
and select a category. Also used for controlling functions.
BAND button
Press to select among three XM bands and
cancel the control mode of functions.
Note
1–6 buttons
Press for preset tuning.
When using this unit with “FH-P4200MP”, press
FUNCTION to display the following function:
FUNC 1 (Switching the display)—FUNC 2
(Switching the channel select mode)—FUNC 3
(No function)—FUNC 4 (No function)—Auto
(No function).
SOURCE button
Head unit is turned on by selecting a
source. Press to cycle through all of the
available sources.
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TUNER button
Press to select the tuner as the source.
Note
As the button layout differs depending on the
model, please read the operation manual of the
head unit you are using.
XM tuner
Power supply for this unit
When the head unit’s power supply is OFF,
this unit is also OFF. (Selecting a source other
than XM tuner will not turn this product off.)
This unit’s power supply can be turned OFF if
the ignition switch is turned OFF. If for any
reason you want to switch the power of the
unit OFF, switch the vehicle’s ignition off
(turn the ACC of your vehicle to OFF).
XM tuner
Selecting the XM source
Listening to XM
1
Press SOURCE to select a XM source.
1 Press SOURCE to turn the head unit
on.
2 Press BAND to select a band.
Press BAND until the desired band is displayed, XM1, XM2 or XM3.
2 Press SOURCE to select “XM” source.
Press SOURCE repeatedly to switch between
the following sources:
XM tuner—Tuner—Television—DVD
player/Multi-DVD player—Built-in CD
player—Multi-CD player—External
unit 1—External unit 2—AUX
3 Press or to select the desired
channel.
The channel number moves up or down successively.
Channels that cannot currently be selected
are skipped, and the next channel is
selected.
Note
To quit listening to the XM tuner, press
SOURCE to switch to another source or press
SOURCE and hold until the head unit turns off.
These are the basic steps necessary to operate the XM.
XM channel select setting indicator
Shows what channel select setting has
been selected. CH.No is displayed when
CH NUMBER is selected, and CAT is displayed when CATEGORY is selected.
XM channel number indicator
Shows which XM channel number the
tuner is tuned to.
XM band indicator
Shows the XM band which has been
selected.
XM preset number indicator
Shows what XM preset has been selected.
XM channel name
Shows the channel name of broadcast
channel.
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If you press and hold or , you can
increase or decrease channel number continuously.
You can also select a channel from a desired
channel category. (Refer to “Switching the
channel select mode”.)
4 Press SOURCE and hold until the head
unit turns off or press SOURCE to select
another source.
Storing and recalling channels
If you press any of the preset tuning buttons
1–6 you can easily store up to six channels
for later recall with the touch of a button.
• Memory and recall are for broadcasts. If
you recall a memorized broadcast that
has been moved to another channel, the
channel to which the broadcast was
moved is selected.
When you find a channel that you
want to store in memory, press one of the
preset tuning buttons 1–6 and hold until
the preset number stops flashing.
The number you have pressed will flash in the
preset number indicator and then remain lit.
The selected channel has been stored in
memory.
The next time you press the same preset tuning button, the channel is recalled from
memory.
Switching the XM display
XM channels each have a channel number
and channel name. XM programing also
carries the song or program title, the artist
name and category when available.
Introduction of advanced
tuner operation
Press DISPLAY.
Press DISPLAY repeatedly to switch between
the following settings:
Channel name—Artist name/feature—
Song/program title—Channel category
1 Press FUNCTION to select MODE.
Press FUNCTION until MODE appears in the
display.
Function display
Shows the function status.
Press FUNCTION to display the function name.
Press FUNCTION to display the following
function:
MODE (Channel select mode)
2 Press or to select the desired
channel select mode.
Press or repeatedly to switch between
the following settings:
CH NUMBER (Channel number select
mode)—CATEGORY (Channel category
select mode)
To return to the XM display, press BAND.
Note
Depending on the head unit you are using, it
may be possible to directly switch between the
channel select mode using the allocated button
(e.g. CLOCK). For details, refer to the manual of
the head unit.
• Up to 18 channels, six for each of the three
XM bands, can be stored in memory.
• When channel number select mode is
selected, you can also use and to recall
channels assigned to preset tuning buttons
1–6.
• If a channel you have recalled cannot be
selected, a message is displayed for 2 seconds and the unit returns to the operating
status before the channel was recalled.
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Switching the channel
select mode
When selecting a channel, you can switch
between selecting a channel by channel
number or by channel category.
Initially, channel number select mode is
selected.
Notes
Notes
• When you turn the power on, change the
source to XM tuner, or select a channel, it
may take a few seconds while this unit
acquires and processes the satellite signal
before you can hear anything.
• Depending on the head unit, it may be possible to switch to channel number direct input
mode using the allocated button on the
remote control (e.g. DIRECT). For details,
refer to the manual of the head unit.
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Additional Information
Selecting the channel in the
channel category
Display the ID code (Radio
ID)
Channels are organized into various program
categories, e.g. Rock, Classic, Jazz. You can
search between different categories, and
then search among channels within each
channel category.
Each XM tuner is identified with a unique
Radio ID. You will need the Radio ID when
activating XM service or when reporting a
problem.
1 Select the channel category select
mode. (Refer to “Switching the channel
select mode” above.)
2 Press BAND to return to the previous
display.
3 Press or to select the desired
channel category.
Once you select a channel category, the unit
searches for channels in that category.
During search, the channel category doesn’t
immediately change even if you press the
button. To successively change the channel
category, continue pressing the button.
4 Press or to select the desired
channel in the selected channel category.
The channel number moves up or down in
the selected channel category.
Channels that cannot currently be selected
are skipped, and the next channel in that
channel category is selected.
1 Select the channel number select
mode. (Refer to “Switching the channel
select mode” .)
2 Press or to select the channel
number zero (CH 000).
The ID code is displayed. Carefully check your
Additional Information
Radio ID
ID
Refer to the following chart to verify each
Radio ID, before displaying them on the following head units.
DEH-P5500MP
DEH-P550MP
DEH-P560MP
DVH-P5000MP
DEH-P4700MP
DEH-P470MP
DEH-P4600MP
DEH-P460MP
DEH-P4500MP
DEH-P450MP
DEH-P3700MP
DEH-P3600
DEH-P360
DEH-P3500
DEH-P350
DEH-P2600
DEH-P26
DEH-P2500
DEH-P250
DEH-P25
1
XM Radio ID. The letters F, I, O, and S are not
used.
Notes
• If you select another channel, display of the
ID code is canceled.
• Display of the ID code repeats displaying
RADIO ID and the ID code one after the
other.
ID
I (Not used.)
2
J
3
K
4
L
5
M
6
N
7
O (Not used.)
8
P
9
Q
0
R
Display
——
Messages
Specifications
When problems occur with the XM tuner, a message appears on the display. Refer to the table
below to identify the problem, then take the suggested corrective action.
General
A
S (Not used.)
B
T
C
U
D
V
E
W
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Cause
Action
ANTENNA
The XM antenna is not
connected.
Check whether the XM antenna cable is
attached securely.
A short-circuit occurring in
the antenna or the surrounding
antenna cable.
Make sure that there is nothing unusual
with the antenna or antenna cable. Turn the
ignition off and then on.
Radio is being updated with
latest encryption code.
Wait until the encryption code is fully
updated. Channels 000 and 001 should
function normally.
NOSIGNAL
XM signal is too weak at the
current location.
Wait until the car reaches a location
with a stronger signal.
Frequency range ................. 2,332.50 – 2,345.00 MHz
Usable sensitivity
Satellite ....................... – 105 dBm
Terrestrial .................... – 102 dBm
LOADING
Unit is acquiring audio or
program information.
Wait until the unit has received the
information.
Audio
OFF AIR
The channel currently selected
has stopped broadcasting.
Select another channel.
Signal-to-noise ratio ........... 90 dB (IHF-A network)
Separation .......................... 85 dB
––––––––
The user has selected a channel
number that does not exist or is
not subscribed to.
Automatically switches to Channel 001.
Antenna
There is no artist name/feature,
song/program title, or channel
category associated with the
channel at that time.
No action needed.
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Power source ...................... 14.4 V DC (10.8 – 15.1 V
allowable)
Grounding system .............. Negative type
Max. current consumption
............................................. 2.0 A
Dimensions (W × H × D) ..... 179 × 27 × 139 mm
(7 × 1 × 5-1/2 in.)
Weight ................................. 0.56 kg (1.24 lbs)
Message
UPDATING
F (Not used.)
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Display
Additional Information
When the messages that is not listed above are displayed, refer to the operation manual supplied
with the head unit.
XM tuner
Power source (Provided by the satellite line)
............................................. 4.9 V DC
(4.4 – 5.4 V allowable)
Max. current consumption
............................................. 0.1 A
Type ..................................... Active type
Dimensions
Base (W × H × D) ........ 29 × 14 × 40 mm
(1-1/8 × 1/2 × 1-5/8 in.)
Cord ............................. 5 m
(16 ft. 5 in.)
Weight ................................. 0.06 kg (0.13 lbs)
Note
Due to possible improvements, specifications
and design are subject to change without
notice.
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