Appro SD-7800 Owner`s manual

CD Receiver
Installation & Owner's Manual
2 USB Ports
iPod®/iPhone®/Flash Drive
HFP/A2DP/AVRCP/PBAP
SDHC Supported
XDMA7800
CD
CD-R/RW Compatible
Aux
3.5mm Input
MP3/WMA/AAC
Playback
XDMA7800
Preparation
Please read entire manual before installation.
Before You Start
•Disconnect negative battery terminal. Consult a qualified technician for instructions.
•Avoid installing the unit where it would be subject to high temperatures, such as from
direct sunlight, or where it would be subject to dust, dirt or excessive vibration.
Getting Started
• Remove trim ring from unit,
• Insert the supplied keys into the
slots as shown, and slide the unit
out of the mounting sleeve.
• Install mounting sleeve into
opening, bending tabs to secure.
• Connect wiring harness and
antenna. Consult a qualified
technician if you are unsure.
• Certain vehicles may require an
installation kit and/or wiring
harness adapter (sold separately).
• Test for correct operation and slide
into mounting sleeve to secure.
• Snap trim ring into place.
KEYS
MOUNTING KIT
OR DASH OPENING
HEAD UNIT
MOUNTING SLEEVE
TYPICAL FRONT-LOAD DIN MOUNTING METHOD
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Wiring Diagram
RCA Preamp Output
Connections
BLACK Female USB Input
Rear USB Connection
SUBWOOFER
BLUE 10-pin Female Mini-DIN
REAR
HDM90 Connection (sold separately)
FRONT
FRONT
REAR
SUB/W
L-CH
R-CH
REMOTE IN
Antenna
Connector
Optional USB Extension Cable
(Included)
Steering Wheel Interface Input
PAC SWI-PS connection
(sold separately)
3.5mm
BLUE
BLACK
RED
YELLOW
Bluetooth Microphone Input
Connect the included
Bluetooth microphone.
Remote Turn-On
Connect to amplifier or power
antenna. Insulate wire if not used.
Ground
Connect to the vehicle
chassis ground.
Accessory
Connect to an existing ignition
circuit or switched 12 volt source.
Memory
Connect to the battery
circuit or constant 12 volt source.
Right Front
Right Rear
Left Front
Left Rear
Gray/Black (-)
Gray (+)
White/Black (-)
White (+)
Violet/Black (-)
Violet (+)
Green/Black (-)
Green (+)
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Bluetooth Microphone
(must be connected for Bluetooth functionality)
FUSE
When replacing the fuse,
make sure new fuse is the
correct type and amperage.
Using an incorrect fuse
could damage the radio.
The XDMA7800 uses one
10 amp ATM fuse located
beside the wiring connector.
XDMA7800
Receiver - Controls
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2
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19
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4
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5
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6
7
16
15
14
13
12
11
Function
1
Source/Power
Changes to another mode of operation. Hold down to power off/on.
2
Mute/Tag
Mutes the audio output. Activates iTunes Tagging (HDM90 required).
3
Select
Activates music searches. Confirms menu options.
4
Menu
Accesses configuration options within the main menu.
5
Bluetooth Talk
Description
Answers phone calls. Accesses Number Dial, Recent Calls and Redial functions.
6
Display
Cycles displayed information. Hold to set the clock.
7
Front USB Port
Connect a USB flash drive, iPod or iPhone device.
8
Open
9
Auxiliary Input
Preset 6/Folder Up
9
10
Control
10
8
Opens the front panel to access the reset button, CD and SD card slots.
Connect a 3.5mm cable from the headphone output of an MP3 player.
Recall/Set preset 6. Changes to the next folder.
11
Preset 5/Folder Down Recall/Set preset 5. Changes to the previous folder.
12
Preset 4/Play/Pause Recall/Set preset 4. Cycle between pause/play.
13
Preset 3/Intro
14
Preset 2/Random
Recall/Set preset 2. Random menu (shuffles songs in a random playback order).
15
Preset 1/Repeat
Recall/Set preset 1. Repeat menu (repeat the current song, folder or album).
Recall/Set preset 3. Intro menu (plays the first 10 seconds of each song).
16
Track/Tune Up
17
Bluetooth End Call
Ends the current phone call. Hold to disconnect from Bluetooth.
Changes to the previous song or radio station. Hold to rewind or seek down.
Changes to the next song or radio station. Hold to fast forward or seek up.
18
Track/Tune Down
19
Back
Steps backward or exits music searches or menus.
20
Band
Accesses additional radio presets and cycles between FM and AM radio.
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IR Remote - Controls
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2
3
4
5
21
6
20
7
19
8
18
9
17
10
16
11
15
12
14
13
1
Source / Power ( )
12 Key 9 / # Key
2
Select
13 End Call
3
Volume Up
14 Key 0 / Display
4
Menu
15 Talk
5
Tune / Track Up
16 Key 7 / * Key
6
Volume Down
17 Key 8 / Band
7
Mute / Tag
18 Preset 4 / Play / Pause
8
Preset 2 / Random
19 Preset 1 / Repeat
9
Preset 3 / Intro
20 Back
10 Preset 6 / Folder Up
21 Tune / Track Down
11 Preset 5 / Folder Down
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General Operation
Faceplate Removal
Power On/Off
Source
Press RELEASE to fold down the front panel. While pushing
the front panel left, pull the right side away to remove. To
reinstall, slide in bottom left side, then snap left side up and
into place.
Press or any other button to turn unit on. Press and hold to turn unit off.
Press SOURCE to select between AM/FM, CD, auxiliary
input, operation of iPod, USB, SD and Bluetooth modes.
Modes of operation are indicated in the display.
Note: CD mode will not appear unless a CD is inserted.
Operation of iPod mode will not appear unless an iPod device
has been connected. USB and SD modes will not appear
unless a USB device has been connected or SD card has
been inserted.
Note: HD Radio mode will replace AM/FM mode when the
HDM90 is connected.
Note: iPod and iPhone devices may be connected to the
front and/or rear USB ports.
Steering Wheel
Interface Input
The steering wheel interface input located on the back
of the head unit allows connection to the PAC (Pacific
Accessory Corporation) SWI-PS interface module (sold
separately). Visit www.pac-audio.com for details.
To configure steering wheel controls, follow the instructions
provided with the PAC SWI-PS interface module. After
installing the interface module, insert the module's 3.5mm
jack into the port on the back of the head unit.
Auxiliary Input
Volume
Insert 3.5 mm plug to connect your portable audio device.
Adjust volume using volume knob (00-46).
Mute
Press MUTE to silence the audio.
Press MUTE again to cancel.
Reset
Press the RESET button, located behind the front panel,
to reset the unit back to the factory settings if abnormal
operation occurs.
Display
Set the Clock
Press DISPLAY to toggle between items such as clock,
radio frequency, or ID3 tag song information.
With the unit on, press and hold DISPLAY until the clock
begins to flash, then release. Press TUNE
to adjust
the hours and TUNE
to adjust the minutes. Press
DISP momentarily to save the selected time.
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12/24-Hour Clock
nn
The clock will display 12-hour AM/PM time in USA frequency
spacing mode (PM 10:00). In European frequency spacing
mode, the clock will display 24-hour time (22:00).
Note: 24-hour time and European frequency spacing are not
available if the HDM90 HD Radio™ tuner are connected.
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Setup Menu
Press MENU to access the setup menu, then turn the volume knob to cycle through
menu categories: Audio, Color, Display, Tuner, iPod, Bluetooth and General.
•
When desired category appears in the display, press SELECT, then rotate the
volume knob left/right to cycle through the options in each category.
•
When desired option appears in the display, press SELECT, then rotate the volume
knob left/right to adjust or activate desired function.
•
Press BACK to return to the previous menu, or exit the menu while the main menu is
displayed.
Audio Menu
Press MENU, then press SELECT when Audio is highlighted to enter the Audio Menu.
Rotate the volume knob to cycle through the following options.
Function
Options
Level
Bass
Quality Factor
Center
Frequency
Level
Middle
Quality Factor
Center
Frequency
Level
Treble
Quality Factor
Action
Adjust the frequency bass ouput from -6 to +6.
Adjust the bass quality factor: 0.7, 1.0, 1.4, 2.0.
• Narrows/expands the bandwidth around the bass center frequency.
Adjust the bass center frequency: 50Hz, 100Hz, 200Hz.
• Focuses the bass level adjustments around a specific frequency.
Adjust the mid frequency ouput from -6 to +6.
Adjust the mid quality factor: 0.7, 1.0, 1.4, 2.0.
• Narrows/expands the bandwidth around the mid center frequency.
Adjust the mid center frequency: 0.5kHz, 1.0kHz, 2.0kHz.
• Focuses the mid level adjustments around a specific frequency..
Adjust the treble frequency output from -6 to +6.
Adjust the mid quality factor: 0.7, 1.0, 1.4, 2.0.
• Narrows/expands the bandwidth around the treble center frequency.
Center
Frequency
Adjust the treble center frequency: 5kHz, 10kHz, 15kHz.
• Focuses the treble level adjustments around a specific frequency.
Balance
Left - Right
Shift the speaker output from the left (-12) to the right (+12).
Fader
Front - Rear
Shift the speaker output from the front (-12) to the rear (+12).
Equalizer
Preset EQs
Select between Flat, Pop, Jazz, Classic, Beat, Rock, User.
• Any Bass, Mid or Treble adjustments are saved as the "User" EQ.
Level
Subwoofer
Frequency
Phase
High Pass
Filters
Off
62/95/135
Source Level
-6 to +6
Loudness
Off/1/2/3
Adjust the level of the subwoofer output from 0 (off) to +12.
Set the cut-off frequency for the low-pass filter: Full, 55Hz, 85Hz, 120Hz.
• Filters out mid/treble frequencies from the subwoofer output.
Reverses the polarity to accomodate forward/rear firing mounting options.
Set the cut-off frequency for the high-pass filter: Off, 62Hz, 95Hz, 135Hz.
• Filters out bass frequencies from the front/rear speaker outputs.
• Selecting Off allow the full range of frequencies to the speakers.
Adjusts the output level for each mode individually from -6 to +6.
Set the loud setting: Off, Loud 1, Loud 2, Loud 3.
• Enhances the bass and treble frequencies at low volumes.
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Setup Menu
Color Menu
Menu
Function
Auto Change
Options
Sets the unit to rotate between all illumination colors automatically. Setting a preset or user
color will cancel the automatic color change.
Set Color
Adjust the color of the button and LCD illumination between 31 preset colors.
• Off: sets the color to white. (default)
• Day/Night: sets the color to change to different colors during the day or night. The day
and night colors must be set in the Day/Night color menu below.
• User: sets the color to the custom color. The custom color must be set in the menu below.
• 1-31: choose from any of the 31 preset colors.
Set Custom
Color
Individually select the level of Red, Green and Blue from 0 - 16. Any combination of these colors
can be selected.
Important Note: Setting each Red, Green and Blue levels to 1 will turn off set turn off the
illumination for the LCD and buttons. If this color is set, pressing RESET may be required.
Set Day/Night
Color
Sets inidvidual colors for the day or night. (The clock must be set for proper function).
• Day Color: sets the daytime color to a preset or custom color.
• Night Color: sets the nighttime color to a preset or custom color.
• Time: adjusts the night time span. Turn the volume knob to adjust. (default is 7pm to 7am).
Display Menu
Menu
Function
Options
Scrolling
Changes the scrolling style used for displayed information on the LCD between:
• Off: no scrolling.
• Once: only scroll one time. (default)
• 15 seconds: scroll once per 15 seconds.
• On: constantly scrolling.
Dimmer
Adjusts the illumination level for the buttons and LCD between:
• High: brightest illumination level. (default)
• Medium: middle illumination level.
• Low: dimmest illumination level.
LCD Type
Sets the LCD illumination type
• Positive: Color background with black text.
• Negative: Black background with color text.
• Automatic: Switches to positive during the daytime, and negative during the night. (default)
Tuner Menu
Menu Function
Auto Station
Store
Local
Frequency Sp.
Tune/Seek
Priority
Options
Press SELECT to begin storing strong radio stations to the 1 - 6 preset buttons in the
current band.
Allow only strong radio stations to be received, blocking stations with weak signal.
Changes the tuner to receive USA (default) or European radio frequencies.
Switches the function of the seek/tune up and down buttons:
• Seek: Quick press will seek to the next strong channel. Press and hold to activate manual
tuning.
• Tune: Quick press will manually tune to the next station. Press and hold to seek to the
next strong channel. (default)
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Setup Menu
HD Radio™ Tuner Menu
When the optional HDM90 HD Radio tuner (sold separately) is connected, the following
additional menu options will appear in the Tuner menu.
Menu Function
HD Seek
Options
Limits the seek and auto station store functions to only access HD Radio channels.
• On: Seek and Auto Station Store will only access digital HD Radio channels.
• Off: All analog and digital channels will be accessed. (default)
Delete Tags
Press SELECT to erase all Tags that are saved in memory. (Does not affect Tags that have
been transferred to an iPod device.)
Tuner Mode
Enables/disables the digital HD Radio channel reception.
• Analog: Limits the reception to standard analog channels only.
• Digital: Allows both digital and analog channels to be received. (default)
iPod Menu
Menu Function
iPod Control
Options
Switches the control between the head unit and the iPod/iPhone device.
• Full: Enables total control of the iPod device from the XDMA7800. (default)
• Manual: Releases the control of the iPod device. Music searches and track selections
must be done from the device. The iPod device will continue to charge.
Bluetooth™ Menu
Menu Function
Bluetooth
Options
Enables/disables Bluetooth functionality.
Auto Answer
Answers all incoming calls automatically without requiring a button press.
• On: Automatically accepts all incoming calls after 2-3 rings without pressing the TALK
button.
• Off: Incoming calls can be accepted by pressing the TALK button, or refused by pressing
the END button. (default)
Auto Connect
Connects the most recently paired Bluetooth device automatically.
• On: Connects automatically when the XDMA7800 is powered on and the Bluetooth
device is in range. (default)
• Off: Will not connect to any Bluetooth device unless you manually select the device from
the "paired devices" menu.
Speaker Output Directs the Bluetooth audio to only the front speakers (default) or to all four speakers.
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Setup Menu
General Menu
Menu
Function
Clock
Auxiliary
Beep
Options
Enables/disables the clock to be displayed on the LCD when the XDMA7800 is powered
off using the power button.
Enables/disables the 3.5mm auxiliary input on the front panel.
•On: The auxiliary input is enabled. (default)
•Off: Auxiliary input mode is removed from the list of available modes.
When enabled, every button press will output a beep tone.
•On: Every button press will output a single beep tone.
•Off: Only press-and-hold button functions will output a double beep tone. (default)
Prog. Volume
Sets the XDMA7800 to power-on to the same volume level every time.
•Off: The unit will turn on at the last volume level that was set. (default)
•1-30: Choosing a volume level will program the unit to always turn on at that volume.
Power-on
Message
Allows the "Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening" message that may be shown when the
unit is powered on.
Demo mode
Set Clock
Enables/disables the demonstration mode for display purposes.
Adjusts the time for the internal clock.
•Press
to adjust the hours.
•Press
to adjust the minutes.
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AM/FM Tuner Operation
Seek Tuning Press TUNE nn or TUNE ll for more than one second
to seek the next strong station.
Manual Tuning Press TUNE nn or TUNE ll momentarily to move
radio frequency up or down one step at a time. Press and
hold to advance quickly.
Scan Tuning
Press SCAN on the remote control momentarily to preview
strong stations on the current band, pausing for five
seconds at each. Press SCAN on the remote control again
to cancel.
Band
Press BAND to select between FM1, FM2, FM3, AM1 and
AM2 bands. Up to six presets can be programmed for each
band.
Storing and Recalling
Station Presets
Up to 18 FM stations and 12 AM stations can be stored
in memory. To store a station, select the desired band and
station. Press and hold the desired preset button (1-6) for
more than two seconds. When stored, the preset number
will appear in the display. The station can be recalled by
pressing the corresponding preset button.
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HD Radio™ Tuner Operation (HDM90)
Connecting the HDM90
(sold separately)
HD Radio operation requires connecting the HDM90
HD Radio tuner (sold separately). Refer to the HDM90
instructions for connection details.
Display
When the unit is tuned to an HD Radio station, press DISP
to toggle the display between the artist/title and program
type/station name.
HD Radio Tuning
Refer to the instructions for seek, manual and scan tuning
on page 10.
When HD Radio station is selected, an HD Radio logo will
begin to flash on the display. After about five seconds, HD or
HD1 will illuminate after the radio frequency.
• If "HD" appears, the radio station is broadcasting a higher
quality sound. No additional stations are available.
• If "HD1" appears, additional multicast channels (HD2
and/or HD3) are available. Press TUNE
to tune to other available multicast channels.
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Auto Station Store
While in HD SEEK mode, the AUTO STORE menu option will
automatically store only HD Radio stations, beginning from
the lowest frequency.
Note: Multicast channels (HD2 and/or HD3) are not
automatically stored with the Auto Station Store feature but
can be stored by holding the desired preset number (1-6)
for 3 seconds.
Setting HD Radio
Presets
HD Radio multicast stations (HD2 and HD3) can be stored
as presets in the same way as analog radio stations. Press
and hold a preset button until it beeps to store the preset.
Recalling an HD Radio
Multicast Preset
When selecting a preset multicast station, "LINKING" will
appear in the display for approximately 5 seconds while the
multicast station information is received.
Note: If the HD Radio signal on the preset is unavailable, the
unit reverts to the previous analog or digital station.
HD Seek
See page 9 for the details on the HD Seek function.
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iTunes® Tagging Operation (HDM90)
Overview
Tagging Music
Step 1
The iTunes Tagging feature of the XDMA7800 requires the
optional HDM90 module (sold separately). Once connected,
the HDM90 allows the user to "Tag" songs that are playing
on HD Radio™ stations and enables them to be purchased
later through iTunes. With the touch of a button the unit will
remember the title and artist song information, and then
transfer that information to your iPod device the next time
you connect it to the XDMA7800. A new list called "Tagged"
will appear in iTunes, giving you the option to purchase each
song.
Tune to an HD Radio station. The HD logo will illuminate
along with a TAG icon - indicating that a digital station is
tuned and the tag is available.
Step 2
Press and hold the MUTE/TAG button. The Tag
information will be saved to internal memory. After tagging
is completed, a confirmation will be displayed. The song
information will be saved in memory until an iPod device is
plugged in. Up to 64 Tags can be saved before they must be
transferred or deleted.
Step 3
Plug in an iPod device. All the Tags currently in memory
will be automatically transferred, deleting the Tags from the
head unit's memory. See page 19 for connection details.
If an iPod device is plugged in when a song is tagged, the Tag
will be immediately transferred to the iPod device (see page
13 for compatibility with iPod devices).
After the Tag transfer to the iPod device is complete, the
XDMA7800 will display the number of tags that were
successfully transferred.
Step 4
Sync with iTunes. A list named "Tagged" will appear on the
left in the iTunes software. Click on the "Tagged" list to view
all the songs that have been tagged and click the "view"
button for purchase information.
Note: Some iPod devices may require you to select 'transfer
purchases' in the context menu from the name of your iPod
device to transfer Tags to iTunes.
Managing Tags
Deleting All Tags
See page 9 for details on deleting the tags that are currenly
saved in the XDMA7800's memory.
Note: After transferring Tags, they are managed from the
iTunes software.
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iTunes® Tagging Operation (HDM90)
Troubleshooting
Description
Displayed Message
CHECK iPod VER
SENDING TAGS
iPod FULL
TRANSFER FAILED
ALREADY TAGGED
MEMORY FULL
CONNECT iPod
NO TAG INFO
TAGGING FAILED
NO TAGS STORED
There is a compatibility issue with the iPod device that is connected. Check
the list of compatible iPod devices below.
If the attached iPod device is compatible, update the firmware to the
latest version using iTunes.
Tags are being sent to the iPod device. This process can take several
minutes depending on the number of Tags being sent.
There is not enough space on the connected iPod device to transfer the
iTunes Tags. Free up space using iTunes.
Connection error. Ensure the iPod device is powered on and reconnect the
iPod device until a TAGS SENT confirmation is displayed.
The same song has already been tagged from the same radio station, and
is currently saved in memory. The same song cannot be tagged twice unless the song is tagged on a different radio station, the Tags are sent to
an iPod device or the tags are erased.
The internal memory of the HDM90 will hold 64 Tags. An iPod device
must be connected to transfer the Tags, or the Tags must be deleted
before more songs can be tagged.
There is not sufficient information (artist or title) to tag the song. Some
HD Radio™ stations or certain songs may not fully support iTunes Tagging.
There was an error saving the Tag information to the internal memory.
Press and hold the MUTE/TAG button again.
There are no tags saved in the internal memory. The DELETE TAGS
function can only delete Tags that are saved in the internal memory.
iPod Device Compatibility
with iTunes Tagging
Compatible with
• *iPhone 4
• *iPhone 3GS
• *iPhone 3G
• *iPhone
• iPod nano (6th generation)
• iPod nano (5th generation)
• iPod touch (4th generation)
• iPod touch (3rd generation)
• *iPod touch (2nd generation)
• iPod nano (4th generation)
• iPod classic
• *iPod touch (1st generation)
• iPod nano (3rd generation)
*Some iPod devices may require you to select 'transfer purchases' in the context menu from the name
of your iPod device to transfer Tags to iTunes.
Go to www.apple.com/itunes for the latest version of the iTunes software.
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CD Player Operation
Insert CD
Fold down front panel to access the CD slot. With the label
facing up, insert a standard size CD into the CD slot. The CD
will automatically begin playback.
Eject CD
Fold down front panel and press EJECT to eject the CD. The
unit will change to previous mode of operation. If the disc is
not removed within 10 seconds, the unit will reload the disc.
The unit does not have to be turned on to eject CD.
Track Select
Press TRACK
to skip to the beginning of the next
track. Press TRACK
to return to the beginning of the
current track. Pressing TRACK
again skips to the
beginning of the previous track.
Fast Forward/Reverse
Pause
Intro
Repeat
Random
CD-R/CD-RW
Compatibility
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Press and hold TRACK
or TRACK
forward or reverse a track.
Press
Press
nn to fast
stop CD playback.
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to resume playback.
Press INT to enter the Intro menu, then turn the volume
knob to select one of the following options:
• OFF - Cancels the INT function.
• ALL SONGS - Plays the first 10 seconds of each track.
Press RPT to enter the Repeat menu, then turn the volume
knob to select one of the following options:
• ALL SONGS - Plays all tracks on CD.
• CURRENT SONG - Continuously repeats selected track.
Press RDM to enter the Random menu, then turn the
volume knob to select one of the following options:
• OFF - Cancels the RDM function.
• ALL SONGS - Plays all tracks in random order.
Some CD-Rs and CD-RWs may be incompatible with this
unit, depending on media type and recording method. In
addition, the following CDs may be incompatible with this
unit:
CDs exposed to extreme temperatures or direct sunlight for
extended periods of time, CDs recorded in which a recording
session failed or a re-recording was attempted and, or
encrypted or copy-protected CDs which do not conform to
the audio CD-DA red book recording standard.
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CD Player Operation - MP3/WMA/AAC
Playing an MP3/WMA/
AAC Disc
Folder Access
When an MP3/WMA/AAC encoded disc is first inserted,
“READING” will appear in the display. Depending on the
number of files and folders, this may take several seconds.
Press
Press
to select the next folder.
to select the previous folder.
*Folder access is only available on discs recorded with more
than one folder.
Repeat
Random
Press RPT to enter the Repeat menu, then turn the volume
knob to select one of the following options:
• ALL SONGS - Plays all tracks on CD.
• CURRENT SONG - Continuously repeats selected track.
• CURRENT FOLDER - Continuously repeats all files in the
folder.
Press RDM to enter the Random menu, then turn the
volume knob to select one of the following options:
• OFF - Cancels the RDM function.
• ALL SONGS - Plays all tracks in random order.
• CURRENT FOLDER - Plays all tracks in the folder in
random order.
Note: Random mode is retained in memory when selecting
between other modes and when the unit is turned on/off. Intro
Press INT to enter the Intro menu, then turn the volume
knob to select one of the following options:
• OFF - Cancels the INT function.
• ALL SONGS- Plays first 10 seconds of each track.
• CURRENT FOLDER - Plays first 10 seconds of each track
in folder.
Note: Folder repeat, random and intro options only function
on MP3/WMA/AAC discs recorded with more than one
folder.
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CD Player Operation - MP3/WMA/AAC
Displayed Information
Press DISPLAY to select between displayed information such as ID3 tag information and
file/folder names.
Display layout for MP3/WMA/AAC CD's
Mode
File Type
Track Number
Clock
Track 15/100
Song Title
W Artist Name
a Album Name
Track Progress
Song Title
Artist Name
Album Name
Elapsed Time
File/Folder Search
MP3/WMA/AAC CD mode features a file and folder search mode. This search allows
navigating through folders to find a specific file for playback.
To begin searching, press SELECT. "CD SEARCH" will appear on the top of the display,
then a list of the files in the current folder will be displayed. The current folder name will be
shown on the top of the list, as seen below.
Current Folder
Subfolder 1
File 1
File 2
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CD Player Operation - MP3/WMA/AAC
File/Folder Search (continued)
Search menu navigation
Root
Press
SELECT
Press
BACK
Folder 1
Folder 2 File 1
File 2
File 3
File 4
File 5
File 6
SELECT
Turn the
volume knob
Controls for File/Folder search:
•Volume knob: Turn to cycle through the list of folders/files in the current folder.
•SELECT: View the contents of the highlighted folder, or to play the highlighted file.
•BACK: Return to the previous folder, or to exit out of the menu while the root folder is
being viewed.
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CD Player Operation - MP3/WMA/AAC
File/Folder Compatibility and Support
Compatible File Types
Incompatible File
Types
Recording Format
Compatibility
Sampling Frequency
Rate Compatibility
Transfer Bit Rate
Compatibility
Character Support
ID3 Tag Support
File/Folder Limit
•CD-ROM (ISO), CD-R, CD-RW
•CD-DA (digital audio)
•MP3 data (.mp3)
•WMA data (.wma)
•AAC data (.m4a)
•DRM protected files
•WMA lossless
•Apple lossless
•WMA Pro
•MP3 Pro
•MP3 playlists
•WAV lossless
•ISO9660 level 1 & level 2
•Yellow book MODE 1 & MODE 2 FORM 1
•Multi session
•MP3: 8kHz - 48kHz
•WMA: 32kHz - 48kHz
•AAC: 8kHz - 48kHz
•MP3: 32kbps - 320kbps
•WMA: 32kbps - 192kbps
•AAC: 48kbps - 288kbps
•Song Title: 30 characters
•Artist Name: 30 characters
•Album Name: 30 characters
•File Name: 32 characters
•Folder Name: 32 characters
•MP3 Tags: Version 1.0 - 2.4
•WMA Tags
•Maximum folders and files: 256
•Maximum folder levels: 8
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Operation of iPod/iPhone
Connecting an iPod/iPhone Device
USB Connection
Using the "dock connector to USB" sync cable (provided with
the iPod/iPhone device), plug the USB cable into one of the
XDMA7800's two USB ports. Once connected, playback will
begin automatically.
You may connect the iPod/iPhone device to the front USB
port, rear USB port, or to both ports. A USB extension cable
is included for better rear USB port access. Controlling a Device: Full Control
When the control of iPod/iPhone feature is set to "FULL" in the iPod Menu, use the
following functions to control the device:
Song Select
Fast Forward and
Reverse
Pause
to skip to the beginning of the next song.
ll
to the beginning of the current song.
nnnnto return
again skips to the beginning of the previous
Press and hold ll or nn to fast forward or reverse a
song.
Press
Press
Pressing
song.
Press
Press
stop playback.
ll// IIII toagaintemporarily
to resume playback.
Repeat
Press RPT to enter the Repeat menu, then turn the volume
knob to select one of the following options:
• ALL SONGS - Repeats all tracks.
• CURRENT SONG - Repeats selected track.
Random
Press RDM to enter the Random menu, then turn the
volume knob to select one of the following options:
• OFF - Cancels the RDM function.
• ALL SONGS - Plays all tracks in random order.
• CURRENT ALBUM - Plays all tracks in the selected album
in random order.
Intro
Press INT to enter the Intro menu, then turn the volume
knob to select one of the following options:
• OFF - Cancels the INT function.
• ON - Plays first 10 seconds of each track.
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Operation of iPod/iPhone
Controlling a Device: Full Control - Music Search
The XDMA7800 features a powerful music search that simplifies the searching
process. Follow the steps below to find the desired song:
Begin Searching
Press SELECT to begin the search. The main search menu will
appear.
Select a Category
Turn the volume knob to select between artist, album, song,
playlist, podcast, audiobook and genre. Press SELECT to select
the desired search category. Some categories have subcategories to
navigate through. See the table below for details.
Menu Navigation
Search Category
Artist
Album
Song
Playlist
Audiobook
Podcast
Genre
Menu
Menu
Menu
Menu
Menu
Menu
Menu
Step Backwards
Playing a Song
Artists
Albums
Songs
Albums
Songs
Songs
Playlists
Songs
Audiobooks
Podcasts
Genre
Genres List
Artists
Albums
Songs
Press BACK to return to the previous menu, or exit the search
menu when the main menu is shown.
Navigate to the desired song/podcast/audiobook and press
SELECT to begin playback.
Note: If a specific category is selected, the iPod/iPhone device
playback will be limited to that category until another category is
selected in the search menu.
Device Compatibility
Made for
• iPod nano (5th generation)
• iPod touch (2nd generation)
• iPod nano (4th generation)
• iPod classic
• iPod touch (1st generation)
• iPod nano (3rd generation)
• iPod nano (2nd generation)
• iPod with video
• iPhone 4
• iPhone 3GS
• iPhone 3G
• iPhone
Note: See page 13 for iPod and iPhone device compatibility
with iTunes Tagging.
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Operation of iPod/iPhone
Controlling a Device: Manual Control
When the control of iPod/iPhone feature is set to "MANUAL" in the iPod Menu, use
the following functions to control the device:
Manual Control for iPod
When "MANUAL" control is selected from the iPod Menu,
the iPod or iPhone device can be controlled directly from
the device's interface. All functions except for volume can be
used from the iPod or iPhone device.
Basic Head Unit Control
In addition to manual control of the iPod/iPhone device, the
following basic functions are still active:
Song Select
Pause
Volume
to skip to the beginning of the next song.
ll
to the beginning of the current song.
nnnnto return
again skips to the beginning of the previous
Press
Press
Pressing
song.
Press
Press
stop playback.
ll// IIII toagaintemporarily
to resume playback.
When playing an iPod device, the volume is adjustable using
the volume controls on inside panel.
Displaying Information
Press the DISPLAY button to change between different types of information such as ID3 song
information and the clock. Below is the default display for iPod mode.
Track Number
Mode
Clock
Track 15/100
Song Title
W Artist Name
a Album Name
Track Progress
Song Title
Artist Name
Album Name
Elapsed Time
Character Support
Only alphanumeric characters can be displayed (ASCII type).
• "NO SUPPORT" will be displayed if the file contains characters that can not be displayed.
• "NO FILE" will be displayed if there are no songs in the selected playlist.
Maximum character display information
• *Song title – 32 character maximum
• *Artist name – 32 character maximum
• *Album name – 32 character maximum
*Song Title, Artist Name and Album name will only be displayed if included with the file.
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USB/SD Card Operation
Connect a USB Device
(sold separately)
To play MP3/WMA/AAC files from most mass storage
devices,connect a device to one of the XDMA7800's two
USB ports (front or rear).
Connect an SD Card
(sold separately)
To play MP3/WMA/AAC files from an SD Card, insert an
SD card into the XDMA7800's SD card slot, located behind
the front panel. Insert the SD card with the label facing to
the left, and press the card until it clicks into place. Remove
the SD card by pressing in until it clicks, then pull to remove.
Playing Music
When a USB or SD card device is first connected, playback
will begin momentarily. Depending on the number of files and
folders, it may take several seconds for the device to begin
playing. If no valid MP3/WMA/AAC files are detected, “NO
FILE” will be displayed and the last mode will be resumed.
Track Select
Press TRACK
to skip to the beginning of the next
track. Press TRACK
to return to the beginning of the
current track. Pressing TRACK
again skips to the
beginning of the previous track.
Fast Forward and
Reverse
ll nn
nn
ll or TRACK nn to fast
Press and hold TRACK
forward or reverse a track.
Pause
Press
Press
Folder Access
Press
Press
stop USB playback.
ll// IIII toagaintemporarily
to resume playback.
to select the previous folder.
to select the next folder.
Note: Folder access is only available on USB/SD Card
devices with more than one folder.
Repeat
Random
Press RPT to enter the Repeat menu, then turn the volume
knob to select one of the following options:
• ALL SONGS - Plays all tracks on the USB/SD Card device.
• CURRENT SONG - Continuously repeats selected track.
• CURRENT FOLDER - Continuously repeats all files in
selected folder.
Press RDM to enter the Random menu, then turn the
volume knob to select one of the following options:
• OFF - Cancels the RDM function.
• ALL SONGS- Plays all tracks in random order.
• CURRENT FOLDER - Plays all tracks in folder in random
order.
Note: Random mode is retained in memory when selecting
between other modes and when the unit is turned on/off. Intro
Press INT to enter the Intro menu, then turn the volume
knob to select one of the following options:
• OFF - Cancels the INT function.
• ALL SONGS - Plays first 10 seconds of each track.
• CURRENT FOLDER - Plays first 10 seconds of each track
in folder.
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USB / SD Card Operation
File and Folder Search
USB and SD card modes features a file and folder search mode. This search allows
navigating through folders to find a specific file for playback.
Press SELECT to begin searching. A list of the files in the current folder will be displayed.
The current folder name will be shown on the top of the list, as seen below.
Current Folder
Subfolder 1
File 1
File 2
Search menu navigation
Root
Press
SELECT
Press
BACK
Folder 1
Folder 2 File 1
File 2
File 3
File 4
File 5
File 6
SELECT
Turn the
volume knob
Controls for File/Folder search:
•Volume knob: Turn to cycle through the list of folders/files in the current folder.
•SELECT: View the contents of the highlighted folder, or to play the highlighted file.
•BACK: Return to the previous folder, or to exit out of the menu while the root folder is
being viewed.
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USB / SD Card Operation
Displayed Information
Press DISPLAY to select between displayed information such as ID3 tag information and
file/folder names.
Display layout for MP3/WMA/AAC USB and SD Card Devices
Mode
Track Number
Clock
Track 15/100
Song Title
W Artist Name
a Album Name
Track Progress
Elapsed Time
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Song Title
Artist Name
Album Name
XDMA7800
USB / SD Card Operation
File/Folder Compatibility and Support
•CD-ROM (ISO), CD-R, CD-RW
•CD-DA (digital audio)
•MP3 data (.mp3)
Compatible File Types
•WMA data (.wma)
•AAC data (.m4a)
•WAV lossless
•DRM protected files
•WMA lossless
Incompatible File
•Apple lossless
Types
•WMA Pro
•MP3 Pro
•MP3 playlists
•ISO9660 level 1 & level 2
Recording Format
•Yellow book MODE 1 & MODE 2 FORM 1
Compatibility
•Multi session
•MP3: 8kHz - 48kHz
Sampling Frequency
•WMA: 32kHz - 48kHz
Rate Compatibility
•AAC: 8kHz - 48kHz
•MP3: 32kbps - 320kbps
Transfer Bit Rate
•WMA: 32kbps - 192kbps
Compatibility
•AAC: 48kbps - 288kbps
•Song Title: 30 characters
•Artist Name: 30 characters
Character Support
•Album Name: 30 characters
•File Name: 32 characters
•Folder Name: 32 characters
•MP3 Tags: Version 1.0 - 2.4
ID3 Tag Support
•WMA Tags
•Maximum number of files: 65535
•Maximum number of folders: 65535 (plus the root folder)
•Maximum number of files in each folder: 65535
File/Folder Limit
•Maximum folder levels: 7
Note: For devices with more than the maximum number of files/folders,
some files will be ingnored and may not function properly.
•FAT/FAT32 file system supported.
USB/SD File System
•HFS/NTFS/EXT2/EXT3 not supported.
16GB or less supported.
SD Card Capacity
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Bluetooth® Operation
Pairing a Device
Preparation
Pairing a New Device
Before you can use a Bluetooth device, it must be paired and
connected. Make sure that Bluetooth is activated on your
device before you begin the pairing process.
The XDMA7800 broadcasts the pairing signal constantly
when no devices are currently connected. Complete the
pairing sequence from your Bluetooth device. Refer to the
owner's manual for your device for more details.
The device name is "XDMA7800"
The Bluetooth passcode "1234"
Note: The XDMA7800 can be in any mode of operation
when pairing is performed.
Pairing Additional
Devices
If a device is currently connected, press and hold
to
disconnect the current device before a new device can
be paired. Then begin the pairing sequence from the new
Bluetooth device.
Connecting a Paired Device
Most Bluetooth devices support the auto-connect feature, and will connect automatically
if the device is in range when the XDMA7800 is powered-on. If your device was previously
paired but does not connect, use these instructions below.
• If your most recently connected Bluetooth device becomes disconnected or does not
reconnect, press
from Bluetooth mode to reconnect your mobile device.
• To connect a previously paired device that was not recently connected:
1) If applicable, press and hold
to disconnect any connected mobile devices.
2) From Bluetooth mode, press SELECT. "Paired Devices" will appear on the LCD.
3) Turn the volume knob to cycle through the list of devices 1 through 10.
4) Press SELECT or
to connect to the desired device. It must be in range to connect.
Note: If the Auto Connect setup menu setting is set to OFF, you must press
to
connect you device after pairing, and each time the XDMA7800 is powered-on.
Disconnecting a Device
Press and hold
for 3 seconds to disconnect a connected device. The device will remain
paired and appear in the PAIRED DEVICES menu, but not be connected.
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Bluetooth® Operation
Making a Phone Call
Manual Dialing
•Press
once. "Enter Number" will be shown, then an "_"
will appear on the display.
•Using the remote control, enter the phone number using
the 0-9 buttons. Press
on the remote control or
XDMA7800 front panel to begin dialing.
Note: Placing a phone call from your cell phone will also use
the Bluetooth function of the XDMA7800.
Recent Calls List
•Press
twice from Bluetooth mode to view the 10 most
recent phone calls that were dialed, received or missed
while connected to the XDMA7800.
•Turn the volume knob to cycle through the recent phone
numbers. Press SELECT or
to dial the phone number.
Redialing the last
number
Phonebook Menu*
To redial the last phone number, press
three times from
Bluetooth mode. Dialing will begin automatically.
The XDMA7800 supports the PBAP Bluetooth profile to
temporarily download the phonebook of the cell phone.
Note: The contents of the phonebook are deleted each time a
cell phone is disconnected, and not permamently saved.
•Press SELECT from Bluetooth mode, with a compatible cell
phone connected. "Phonebook Contacts" will appear on the
LCD, followed by names from your downloaded phonebook.
•Turn the volume knob left/right to cycle through the
names in the phonebook. Only names with valid phone
numbers are displayed in the list. Press
/
to skip
quickly through the contact list.
ll nn
•Press SELECT when the desired name is displayed. A list of
CELL, HOME, WORK, and OTHER phone number types will
be shown.
ll/nn to cycle
•Turn the volume knob or press
between the phone number types.
•Press SELECT or
when a phone number is displayed to
begin dialing the number.
*The Bluetooth phone must support the PBAP Bluetooth
profile to enable the phonebook feature. Check the owner's
manual of your phone for details.
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Bluetooth® Operation
Receiving and Ending Phone Calls
Receiving a Phone Call
Incoming phone calls will automatically appear on the display
and a ring tone will be heard.
Note: The volume of the ring tone depends on the volume
level of the XDMA7800. The incoming ring tone may not be
heard if the volume is set to a low level or mute is activated.
• Press
• Press
to receive the incoming phone call.
to refuse the incoming phone call.
Note: If Auto Answer is set to ON in the setup menu, all
phone calls will be received automatically.
Ending a Phone Call
During an active phone call, press
to end a phone call.
If the phone call was received when listening to music in
another mode, the XDMA7800 will resume the previous
mode.
During a Phone Call
Volume
Microphone Mute
Audio Transfer
Call Waiting
Call Hold
Turn the volume knob to adjust the volume level during a
phone call. Bluetooth mode has a separate volume level
from the main volume of other modes. The XDMA7800 will
remember the volume level in Bluetooth mode and always
return to the last volume level for each phone call.
Press MUTE during a phone call to turn the XDMA7800's
external microphone off. Press MUTE again to resume
microphone operation.
Press DISPLAY during a phone call to transfer the call from
the XDMA7800 to the cell phone. Press DISPLAY again to
toggle the audio back to the XDMA7800.
During a phone call, if there is a second incoming call, press
to place the first call on hold and switch to the second
phone call. Press
again to switch back to the first call.
During a phone call, when there are no additional incoming
calls, press
to place the call on hold. Press
again to
resume the phone call.
Note: Audio transfer, call waiting and call hold must be
supported by the mobile phone and service provider to
function properly.
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Bluetooth® Operation
Streaming Audio Operation
The XDMA7800 supports A2DP (advanced audio distribution profile) wireless streaming
audio from your Bluetooth mobile device directly to your head unit. You can also control
your music from the front panel of the head unit using AVRCP (audio video remote control
profile).
Notes:
• To stream music to your head unit, your mobile device must support the A2DP and AVRCP Bluetooth profiles. Check the owner's manual of your mobile device for details.
• Streaming audio must be enabled from your mobile device. This option will vary depending on the device. Some devices allow streaming audio to be disabled.
After pairing, connecting and enabling streaming audio from a compatible mobile device,
begin playing music using the music player on your mobile device. Once the music is
playing, the following functions can be used to control the music:
• The
• The
• The
• The
button will skip to the next available audio track.
ll
button will skip to the previous audio track.
nn
/ II button will toggle between play and pause during playback.
l button will stop the audio playback.
Note: Some Bluetooth devices may not fully support these commands.
Bluetooth Reset
Resetting the Bluetooth module will remove the list of paired phones and delete the list of
recent calls from memory.
To reset Bluetooth, perform the following steps:
1) Press SOURCE until the head unit is in Bluetooth mode.
2) Press and hold MENU for 3 seconds to reset the Bluetooth settings back to the
factory default.
Compatibility Note:
Due to the differences in Bluetooth technology, some mobile devices may be incompatible,
function improperly or may not support all features when used with the XDMA7800.
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Limited One Year Warranty
This warranty gives you specific legal rights.
You may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
Dual Electronics Corp. warrants this
product to the original purchaser to
be free from defects in material and
workmanship for a period of one year from
the date of the original purchase.
Dual Electronics Corp. agrees, at our
option, during the warranty period,
to repair any defect in material or
workmanship or to furnish an equal
new, renewed or comparable product
(whichever is deemed necessary) in
exchange without charges, subject to
verification of the defect or malfunction and
proof of the date of purchase. Subsequent
replacement products are warranted for
the balance of the original warranty period.
Who is covered? This warranty is
extended to the original retail purchaser
for products purchased from an authorized
Dual dealer and used in the U.S.A.
What is covered? This warranty covers
all defects in material and workmanship in
this product. The following are not covered:
software, installation/removal costs,
damage resulting from accident, misuse,
abuse, neglect, product modification,
improper installation, incorrect line voltage,
unauthorized repair or failure to follow
instructions supplied with the product, or
damage occurring during return shipment
of the product. Specific license conditions
and copyright notices for the software can
be found via axxera.dualav.com.
What to do?
1. Before you call for service, check the
troubleshooting guide in your owner’s
manual. A slight adjustment of any
custom controls may save you a service
call.
2. If you require service during the
warranty period, you must carefully
pack the product (preferably in the
original package) and ship it by prepaid
transportation with a copy of the original
receipt from the retailer to an
authorized service center.
3. Please describe your problem in
writing and include your name, a return
UPS shipping address (P.O. Box not
acceptable), and a daytime phone
number with your shipment.
4. For more information and for the
location of the nearest authorized
service center please contact us by one
of the following methods:
• Call us toll-free at 1-866-382-5476
• E-mail us at cs@dualav.com
Exclusion of Certain Damages: This
warranty is exclusive and in lieu of any
and all other warranties, expressed or
implied, including without limitation the
implied warranties of merchantability and
fitness for a particular purpose and any
obligation, liability, right, claim or remedy
in contract or tort, whether or not arising
from the company’s negligence, actual or
imputed. No person or representative is
authorized to assume for the company
any other liability in connection with the
sale of this product. In no event shall the
company be liable for indirect, incidental or
consequential damages.
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Troubleshooting - General
Problem
Unit will not turn on
(no power)
Unit has power
(but no sound)
Unit blows fuses
Excessive Skipping
ERROR-01 appears
on display
ERROR-02 appears
on display
CD will not eject
PROTECT appears
on display
Cause
Yellow wire not connected or incorrect
voltage Red wire not connected or
incorrect voltage
Black wire not connected
Fuse blown
Speaker wires not connected
One or more speaker wires touching
each other or touching chassis ground
Action
Check connections for proper
voltage (11-16VDC)
Check connection to ground
Replace fuse
Check connections at speakers
Insulate all bare speaker wires
from each other and chassis
ground
Yellow or red wire touching chassis
ground
Speaker wires touching chassis ground
Incorrect fuse rating
Unit is not mounted correctly or
backstrap is not secure
Check for pinched wire
Use fuse with correct rating
Check mounting sleeve and
backstrap support
Physical defect in CD, CD-R/RW disc
Check media for scratches
Disc read error
Press EJECT or RESET
Focus error or disc is in upside down
Press EJECT or RESET
Check for pinched wire
Hold EJECT for 3 seconds to
force eject the CD
The WMA file is copy-protected by DRM Write disc using WMA files that
(Digital Rights Management)
are not copy-protected
CD mechanism error
NO FILE appears
on display
Selected file is not available in direct or
alphanumeric search modes
Repeat search using valid
parameters
INVALID appears
on display
The file format is incompatible
Write disc using valid audio
files with .mp3, .wma or .m4a
file extensions
NO SUPPORT
appears on display
An invalid ID3 tag version is present
Version 1.0 to 2.4 ID3 tags are
supported.
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XDMA7800
Specifications
FM Tuner
Tuning range: 87.5MHz - 107.9MHz
Usable sensitivity: 8.5dBf
50dB quieting sensitivity: 10dBf
Stereo separation @ 1kHz: 40dB
Frequency response: 30Hz - 13kHz
AM Tuner
Tuning range: 530kHz - 1710kHz
Usable sensitivity: 22uV
Frequency response: 30Hz - 2.2kHz
General
Speaker output impedance: 4 to 8 ohms
Line output voltage: 2 Volts RMS
Dimensions: 7" x 7" x 2" (178 x 178 x 51 mm)
USB/SD Card
File system: FAT, FAT32
File extensions support: .mp3, .wma, .m4a
SD Card maximum device capacity: 16GB
Bluetooth® Profiles
HFP (hands-free profile)
A2DP (advanced audio distribution profile)
AVRCP (audio video remote control profile)
PBAP (phone book access profile)
Design and specifications subject to change without notice.
CEA-2006 Power Standard Specifications
(reference: 14.4VDC +/- 0.2V, 20Hz - 20kHz)
Power Output: 18 Watts RMS x 4 channels at 4 ohms and < 1% THD+N
Signal to Noise Ratio: 80dBA (reference: 1 watt into 4 ohms)
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FCC Compliance
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
•
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
•
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
•
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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Notes
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Notes
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Dual Electronics Corp.
Toll Free: 1-866-382-5476
axxera.dualav.com
©2011 Dual Electronics Corp. All rights reserved.
iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, and iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
“Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone” mean that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod or
iPhone, respectively, and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards. Apple is not responsible for
the operation of this device or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards. Please note that the use of this accessory with
iPod or iPhone may affect wireless performance.
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Namsung is under
license.
HD Radio™, HD Radio Ready™, and the HD Radio Ready logo are proprietary trademarks of iBiquity Digital Corporation.
The SD logo is a trademark of the SD Card Association.
Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.
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