CALIBER MCD068(RU0270RUHRRF+MP3+WMA+RDS+FIXED

LOCATION AND FUNCTION OF CONTROLS
3
5
PWR
2
11
15
10
CLK
AS/PS
MODE
MUTE
6 14
AF
13
12
TA
PTY
9
1
7
MMC/SD/USB/MP3 PLAYER
VOL+
SEL
BND
VOL-
SD/MMC
1
2 INT
3 RPT
4 RDM
5
SPECIFICATION
GENERAL
Supply Voltage
Current Consumption
Power Output
Number of channels
Unit Dimensions
DC 12V. Negative Ground
Max.10A
25Watts X 4 (Measured at DC 14.4 V)
2 STEREO channels.
178[W] X 101.5[D] X 50[H] mm.
FM SECTION
Frequency range
Effective sensitivity
I.F Frequency
87.5MHz - 108.0MHz
3uV.
10.7MHz.
AM SECTION
Frequency range
Effective sensitivity
I.F Frequency
522KHz - 1620KHz
40dB.
450KHz
RCA LINE OUT
Output
1200mV @ MAX.
6
AUX
4
24
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
8
25
26
SD/MMC
AUX
1. RELEASE BUTTON
Press the REL button to release the front control panel from the unit chassis,
then pull it up a little to remove from the unit chassis.
When the front control panel is removed the LED indicator flashes.
MMC/SD or USB PLAYBACK
System
Frequency characteristics
Signal to noise (MMC/SD & USB)
MP3 audio system.
20Hz -100Hz <=5dB
10KHz-20KHz <=5dB.
50dB [1KHz] .
2&3&4. SEL BUTTON (Select) AND VOL CONTROL BUTTON
a) Press the SEL button briefly, it is activated as selecting each mode of E. VOL.
-> VOLUME ->BASS ->TREBLE -> BALANCE -> FADER ->
When selecting a desired audio mode, press the VOL+ or VOL- button to adjust
the audio effect.
In each mode, the waiting time is about 5 seconds, and the time waiting time
is over, it returns to the last display mode .
The control mode of E.VOL is operated with following numeric display.
- VOL: (MIN)00, 01,......46, 47(MAX).
- BASS/TRE: -07, -06,...,00,...+06,+07
- BAL: 0LR9, 1LR9, ..., 9LR9,..., 9LR1, 9LR0
- FAD: 0FR9,1FR9, ..., 9FR9,..., 9FR1, 9FR0
b) Press SEL button and hold for more than 2 seconds to turn on TA SEEK/
TA ALARM mode, then press SEL button shortly and repeatedly to select
PI SOUND/PI MUTE, RETUNE L/RETUNE S, MASK DPI/MASK ALL, BEEP ON/
BEEP OFF, USER SET (FLAT/CLASSIC/ROCK/POP),VOL LAST/VOL DEFA ,
STEREO/MONO(in RADIO mode), LOUD OFF/LOUD ON,DX/LOCAL (in RADIO
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mode), CLK ON/CLK OFF, CLK 12/24 mode. After selecting the desired mode,
press the VOL- or VOL+ button to select one setup item of the desired mode.
1) TA SEEK/TA ALARM:
TA SEEK mode: when newly tuned station does not receive TP information for
5 seconds, the radio retunes to next station which has not the same station
(PI) as the last station, but has the TP information.
When TP information gets lost at the current station for retune time which is
set by RETUNE SHORT(90 seconds) or RETUNE LONG(150 seconds), the radio
start to retune to next same PI station. When same PI station does not catch
in 1 cyclic search, the radio retunes to next station with TP information.
TA ALARM mode: when this mode is selected, any automatic retune mode is
not activated. Only double beep sound(ALARM) is out-put.
When newly tuned station does not have TP information for 5 seconds, beeps
come out.
When TP information gets lost at the current station for retune time, the beep
sound is out-putted.
When newly tuned station has not RDS signal, PI SEEK is suppressed somewhat
WIRES CONNECTION
RED
WHITE
RCA LINE OUT
REAR RIGHT SPEAKER JACK
RCA LINE OUT
REAR LEFT SPEAKER JACK
RCA LINE OUT
FRONT RIGHT SPEAKER JACK
RCA LINE OUT
FRONT LEFT SPEAKER JACK
RED
WHITE
FUSE 10 A
ISO SOCKET
ANTENNA JACK
CONNECTOR A
1.
2.
3.
4. Memory +12V
5. Auto Antenna Output
6.
7. 12V (To Ignition Key)
8. GROUND
ISO SOCKET SKETCH
CONNECTOR B
1. Rear Right Speaker (+)
2. Rear Right Speaker (-)
3. Front Right Speaker (+)
4. Front Right Speaker (-)
5. Front Left Speaker (+)
6. Front Left Speaker (-)
7. Rear Left Speaker (+)
8. Rear Left Speaker (-)
.
2) PI SOUND/ PI MUTE:
PI SOUND mode: if a car cruises that critical area back and forth, an oscillation
phenome-non can be occurred, because the different PI code can be receive
from a same AF. when the different PI sound (DIP) is heard once in a while, the
different PI sound will be heard for less than 1 second.
PI MUTE mode: under above same situation, a mute sound will be heard for
less than1second.
3) RETUNE L / RETUNE S:
The initial time of automatic TA search or PI SEARCH mode is selected.
When PI information is not caught for retune time , the radio start to retune
to next same PI station.
When same PI station does not catch 1 cyclic search, the radio goes to last
station and waits for 4-5 minutes until PI code is received.
RETUNE L mode: selected as 150 seconds.
RETUNE S mode: selected as 90 seconds.
4) MASK DPI/MASK ALL:
MASK DPI mode: masked only the AF which has different PI.
MASK ALL mode: masked the AF which has different PI and NO RDS signal
with high field strength.
5)BEEP ON/BEEP OFF
BEEP ON mode: The beep is generated when any key is pressed.
BEEP OFF mode: The beep sound is disabled.
6) VOL LAST/VOL DEFA
VOL LAST: The radio switches on at the actual volume it had when it was last
switched off.
VOL DEFA: After pressing SEL button, AVOL will be displayed. Then you can
pre-select a constant switch-on volume by using the VOL knob.
7)CLK ON/OFF
CLK ON: Clock will always show on the display when power off.
CLK OFF: Clock will disappear on the display when power off.
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5. POWER ON/OFF & MUTE
When the unit is power off, the unit comes to on by pressing any button except
the EJECT and the RELEASE button.
When the unit is power on, press and hold the power button for more than
0.5 seconds, the unit goes into power off mode.
When the unit is power on, press the power to switch the MUTE state on/off.
6. LCD Display
7&8. TUNE, SEEK, TRACK, SKIP UP / DOWN BUTTONS
a) During RADIO mode:
Press the >>| or |<< button briefly to manual tune up/down for the desired
radio station frequency step by step.
Press and hold the >>| or |<< button for longer 0.5 seconds, to automatically
tune up/down for the radio station frequency of strong signal.
b) During SD/MMC & USB mode:
Press the >>| button briefly to play next track.
Press the |<< button briefly to play the current track from the beginning of it
if the playing time is more than 2 seconds.
Press the |<< button briefly to play the previous track if the playing time is
less than 2 seconds.
9. BAND BUTTON
During radio mode, press the BND button briefly to select the radio
broadcasting band you would like to hear. The AM/FM band is toggled
cyclically through the tuning bands: ->FM 1-> FM 2 -> FM 3 -> MW 1->MW 2 ->.
In MMC/SD, USB mode, if you press BAND button repeatedly, the file name,
folder name, song ’ s title, artist and album information will be scrolling on the
LCD display.
As long as the current playing MP3/WMA music contains relevant ID3 tag
information in version 1.0/2.0 format, the 3 items underlined above will be
scrolling on the LCD
display; otherwise, they will not.
TROUBLE SHOOTING
Before using the check list please make all the connections first.
If you still have questions after going through the checklist, please consult
your local customer service representative.
Common Symptoms
Solution
Cause
The car ignition is switched off.
If the power supply is properly connected
to the car accessory, switch the ignition
key to " ON " or " ACC " .
The fuse has blown.
Replace another fuse according to the
wiring diagram.
There is no power.
The volume control is set too low. Turn up the volume properly.
There is no sound.
The device has not been correctly Check the power and earth connection
according to the wiring diagram.
connected.
The operation keys
do not work
The built-in microcomputer is not Switch the device off and on again. Or
operating properly due to noise
press the RESET button to resume the
program.
No radio reception.
The antenna cable is not
connected.
Insert the antenna cable firmly into the
antenna socket of the device.
In automatic search
mode the radio does The transmission signals are
not stop at a trans- too weak.
mitting station.
10. MODE BUTTON
Press it to select RADIO, CARD(after inserting MMC/SD card), USB(after
inserting USB stick) and AUX mode.
11. CLOCK BUTTON
Press the CLK button briefly to display time for 5 seconds on the display, and
then returns to its previous display unless the button is pressed again.
Then press the CLK button and hold for more than 1 seconds until the real
time flashes on the display. Then you can adjust HOUR or MINUTE by press
the VOL- or VOL+ button .
12. PTY (PROGRAM TYPE) BUTTON
Press it briefly and repeatedly to select one of the following mode:
POP M- - NEWS
While selecting PTY TYPE, its selection is implemented by preset buttons as
described in preset key. (press one of the 6 preset buttons shortly and
repeatedly to select the PTY TYPE in the preset button) When POP M or NEWS
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Tune in to a radio station manually.
is on, the previous PTY program and PTY word is displayed on LCD. If there
are no keys entered for 2 seconds, previously selected PTY is searched. During
1 loop, if desired PTY is not found, NO PTY is flashed, then return to previous
normal radio and PTY word disappear.
13. TA [TRAFFIC ANNOUNCEMENT] BUTTON
When press the button, it is activated as TA mode on or off.
When TA mode is on(TA is displayed on LCD), it will begin to seek TA station
and TA SEEK will be displayed on LCD for a while.
When traffic announcement is transmitted:
1). If the unit is in MMC/SD, USB mode, it will switch to radio mode temporarily.
2). If volume level is below 20, volume level is raised to 20, and returns to its
previous mode and volume level when the traffic announcement is over.
If volume is adjusted during traffic announcement, only the traffic
announcement volume is valid.
* TA interruption function:
The current traffic announcement is cancelled by pressing this key. But the
TA mode will not be off.
* When TA is on, SEEK, (SCAN), AUTO MEMORY function can be received or
saved only when traffic program identification code has been received.
When TA is ON, traffic program identification code is not received during
specified time.
14.AF [ALTERNATIVE FREQUENCIES] BUTTON
When pressed briefly , AF switching mode is selected and the state of AF
switching mode is displayed by AF segment in display.
Segment off: AF switching mode off.
Segment on: AF switching mode on, and has RDS information.
Segment flashing: AF switching mode on, but RDS information is not
received yet.
When AF switching mode is selected, the radio checks the signal strength of
AF all the time. The interval of checking time of each AFs depends on the signal
strength of current station, from a few minute for strong station to a few
seconds for weak station.
Every time that new AF is stronger than current station, it switches over to
that frequency for very short time, and NEW FREQUENCY is displayed for
1-2 second. Because the mute time of AF switching or checking time is very
short, it is almost inaudible in case of normal program.
During FM mode, when AF is on, SEEK, (SCAN), AUTO-MEMORY function can
only receive and save RDS program.
15. AS/PS BUTTON (Auto-storage /Preset scan)
During radio mode:
1) When press and hold for more than 1 second, the radio searches from the
current frequency and checks the signal strength level until 6 station are
found. And then the 6 stations frequency are preset to the corresponding
preset memory numbered bank. The auto-storage operation is implemented
in the each selected band. When the auto-storage operation is finished, the
radio execute the Preset scan.
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2) When briefly pressing, the radio searches for each preset station in the current
band and holds at that preset number for 5 seconds with releasing mute, and
then search again.
During SD/MMC or USB mode:
Press the AS/PS button briefly, it is activated selecting TRACK SEARCH mode:
In TRACK SEARCH mode, the LCD will display TRK T 000 and flash the biggest
digit 0 that the SD/MMC card or USBstick contain.
Then press the VOL+ or VOL- button to select the number of the flashing digit
from 0 ~ 9. Then press BND button to confirm the number and flash next
smaller digit 0.
With the same means, select the number of the flashing digit. After finishing
selecting the number of all flashing digit, press BND button to play the track
of the selected serial number.
16-21. PRESET STATION MEMORY AND TOP/>||, INT, RPT, RDM BUTTONS
a) During radio mode:
When pressed briefly, these buttons select a preset station directly. If the six
buttons are pressed for more than 2 seconds, the station currently being
listened to is memorized into the selected preset button.
b) During SD/MMC or USB mode:
Press the TOP/>|| button briefly to interrupt the playback of the SD/MMC
card or USB stick.
Press again to resume normal playback.
Press the INT button to play the first 10 seconds part of each track, and the
LCD will display INT ON.
Press again to stop scan, while the currently selected track will be played, and
the LCD will display INT OFF.
Press the RPT button to play the current track repeatedly, and the LCD will
display RPT ONE.
Press again to cancel this function, and the LCD will display RPT OFF.
Press the RPT button twice continuously to play the tracks in the current
folder repeatedly and the LCD display will show RPT ABM.
Press the RDM button to play all tracks in random order, and the LCD will
display RDM ON.
Press again to cancel this function, and the LCD will display RDM OFF.
Press the radio preset button 6 and 5 button to move up and down10 tracks
at a time.
When the remained total tracks is lack of 10, the both buttons are inactively.
24. MMC/SD CARD SLOT
When you need to play the file in the MMC/SD card, insert the MMC/SD card
into the MMC/SD card slot. The system will change into the MMC/SD mode
automatically, and then play the first file in the MMC/SD.
Note:
When MMC/SD card and USB stick are both inserted into their slot or socket,
the system will change into the playback mode of the latter one.
25. FLASHING LED
When the front control panel is removed this indicator flashes.
26. RESET BUTTON
Before operating the unit for the first time, or after replacing the car battery
or changing the connections. You must reset the unit.
Press this button with a cuspidal object. This operation will erase the clock
setting and some stored contents.
22. AUX INPUT JACK
Press the mode button to select auxiliary input playing mode. You can connect
any matched external audio device to the auxiliary input jack. Use the volume
control to adjust volume.
23. USB SOCKET
When needing to play the file in the USB stick, insert the USB stick into the
USB socket. The system will change into the USB mode automatically, and
then play the first file in the USB.
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