Audiovox VME 8013 - Owner`s manual

VME 8013
Multimedia Receiver
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Thank you for choosing a Audiovox product. We hope you will find the instructions in this owner’s manual clear and easy to follow. If you take a few
minutes to look through it, you’ll learn how to use all the features of your new Audiovox VME 8013 Mobile Multimedia Receiver for maximum
enjoyment.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
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Installation
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Wiring
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Front Panel Release
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Remote Control
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Operation
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DISC/MP3/WMA Playback
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Setup Menu
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Care and Maintenance
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Troubleshooting
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Specifications
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Radio Operation
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Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of the Audiovox VME 8013 Mobile Multimedia Receiver. It’s a good idea to read all of the instructions before
beginning the installation. We recommend having your Audiovox VME 8013 installed by a reputable installation shop.
Installation
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.
Tools and Supplies
The following tools and supplies are needed to install the radio:
• Torx type, flathead and Philips screwdrivers
• Wire cutters and strippers
• Tools to remove existing radio (screwdriver, socket wrench set or other tools)
• Electrical tape
• Crimping tool
• Volt meter/test light
• Crimp connections
• 18 gauge wire for power connections
• 16-18 gauge speaker wire
Preparation
Disconnect Battery
Before you begin, always disconnect the battery negative terminal.
NOTE:
If the VME 8013 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.
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. 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.
CAUTION: For proper operation of the DVD player, the chassis must be mounted within 20° of horizontal. Make sure the unit is mounted
within this limitation.
4. 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.
5. Make sure the radio is right-side up, then carefully slide the radio into the mounting sleeve until it is fully seated and the spring clips
lock it into place.
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3. 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.
6. Secure the rear of the unit to the car body
Spring Clip
7. Test the radio using the “Operation” instructions that follow.
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.
2. Install the radio/mounting plate assembly to the sub-dashboard according to the instructions in the installation kit.
Mounting sleeve
Radio
Trim Ring
3. 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 mounting. 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 9mm maximum screw size. Longer screws may damage components inside the chassis.
4. Wire the new radio as outlined in the Mounting Sleeve Installation instructions.
5. Mount the new radio assembly to the dashboard or center console using the reverse procedure of step 1.
Reconnect Battery
When wiring is complete, reconnect the battery negative terminal.
Removing the Radio
To remove the radio after installation, first remove the face plate. Next, remove the trim ring by firmly grasping one side and pulling. Insert the removal keys straight back until they lock, then pull the radio out. If the removal keys are inserted at an angle, they will not lock properly and will not release
the unit.
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Fuses
When replacing a fuse, make sure the new fuse is the correct type and amperage. Using an incorrect fuse could damage the radio.
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The connector cable is manufactured with
a ISO connector. Only for older cars this
connector need to be removed.
Wiring Diagramm
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FRONT PANEL RELEASE
The front panel release button (4) releases the mechanism that holds the front panel to the chassis.
Detaching the Front Panel
To detach the front panel, perform the following steps:
1. Press the power button (1) to turn the unit off.
2. Press the front panel release button to flip the panel down.
3. Grasp the right side to release the front panel and then pull it at an
angle to remove the right side from the chassis.
4. Store the front panel it in the supplied carrying case to protect it from dirt
and damage and take it with you to prevent theft.
Re-attaching the Front Panel
Before re-attaching 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.
To re-attach the front panel:
1. With the panel laying flat (in the “open” position), insert the left side of the panel in place until correctly engaged.
2. Gently press the right side of the panel until the mechanism locks it into place.
3. Lift upward to close the panel.
REMOTE CONTROL
The remote control will allow you to control the advanced functions of the VME 8013.
CLEAR
GOTO
RDM
Remote Sensor
Operating Range
The remote control sensor (19) is located near the bottom of the front panel, left of the LCD
screen. The remote control can operate within a distance of 3~5m.
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Replacing the Battery
When the range of operation of the 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.
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Butto n
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Tuner
CD
DVD
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ZOOM
Magnify Image
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TITLE
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Power
Power On
Press and hold to Power
Off
Power On
Press and hold to Power
Off
Power On
Press and hold to Power
Off
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SETUP
Display Set up M enu
Display Set up M enu
Di splay Setup Menu
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Navi gati on Arrows
Down/ Up (Left returns to
previous
menu screen)
Down/ Up (Left returns to
previous
menu screen)
Left/Rig ht: Fast
Revers e/Fast
Forward
Up/ Down: Slow Reverse /
Slow Forward
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ENTER
Confirm Entry
Confirm Entry
Confirm Ent ry
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CLEAR
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Direct Entry
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SEL
Audio Mode: Selec t BAS,
TRE, BAL, FAD.
Press and hold for System
Menu
Audio Mode: Selec t BAS,
TRE, BAL, FAD.
Press and hold for System
Menu
Audi o Mo de: Select B AS,
TRE, BAL, FA D.
Press and hold for System
Menu
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VOL (Volume Control)
Volume up/down
Volume up/down
Vol ume up/down
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MUTE
Si lence Audio Output
Si lence Audio Output
Silence Audio Out put
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SEEK
Search Next/Prev ious
Channel
Press and hold to Scan
Channels up/down
Next/Pr evious Track
Press and hold to Fast
Forward/
Reverse
Next/Previous Track
Press and hold to Fast
Forward/
Revers e
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SUB.T
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SRC (Source)
Select Playing Mode
Select Playing Mode
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REPEAT
Repeat Current Track
Repeat Current Chapter
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A-B Repea t
Repeat Sectio n
Repeat Section
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Stop/Return
St op/Ret urn
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Play/Pause
Pl ay/Pause
Play/Pause
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GOTO Search
GOTO Specific Area of
Disc
GOTO Specific Area of
Di sc
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MENU
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RDM
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AUDIO
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DISP
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ANGLE
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BAND
Vi ew DVD Title Screen
Vi ew/Change Subtitle
Language
Select Playing Mode
Stop/Ret urn
Vi ew DVD Setup Menu
PBC for VCD 2 .0 and up
Pl ay all Tracks in
Random
Order
Play all Chapt ers in
Rand om
Order
Press and hold to set
clock
Press and hold to set
clock
Press and hold to set
clock
Show alternate angl es, if
available
Select Band (AM1, AM2,
FM1, FM2, FM3)
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Select PAL, NTSC,
AUTO
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Vi ew/Change disc Aud io
Language
OPERATION
Power
Press the (power) button 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.
Source
Press the SRC button repeatedly to scan the various sources. A source is only displayed when accessible (optional equipment required for some
sources). Available modes include Radio (FM1, FM2, FM3, AM1, AM2), DISC, SD, USB, and auxiliary (AUX IN).
External Devices
External peripheral devices, including a game console, camcorder, navigation unit, iPod, Zune, etc. can be connected to the AUX IN connector
on the front of this unit using the 3.5mm A/V Media Cable (included) Select “SOURCE >> AUX IN” to access auxiliary devices. You cannot
directly control external devices connected to the AUX IN input.
Audio Mute
Press the power button to silence the audio volume appears on the display. Press (power) again to restore volume to the previous
setting.
Volume Control
To increase the volume, turn the VOL/SEL/MENU (rotary encoder) clockwise. To decrease the volume, turn the rotary encoder counterclockwise.
When volume is adjusted, the volume level will be shown on the display panel as a number ranging from “0” (lowest) to “40” (highest).
Audio Menu
Press the VOL/SEL/MENU button to access the audio menu. Press the VOL/SEL/MENU button repeatedly to move through the list of menu
options.
NOTE: Audio settings only apply to the current source (Source Tone Memory). You must make audio adjustments for another source when that
source is active.
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• Sub_w: When the Low Pass Filter is activated (see “Menu Operation” on page 9), you can use the VOL/SEL/MENU rotary encoder to adjust
the subwoofer volume from “-14” to “0”.
• BASS: Turn the VOL/SEL/MENU rotary encoder (2) to adjust the bass level from “+7” to “-7”.
• TREBLE: Turn the VOL/SEL/MENU rotary encoder to adjust the treble level from “+7” to “-7”.
• BALANCE: Turn the VOL/SEL/MENU rotary encoder to adjust the balance from “R7” (full right) to “L7” (full left).
• FADER: Turn the VOL/SEL/MENU rotary encoder to adjust the fader from “F7” (full front) to “R7” (full rear)
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Menu Operation
Press and hold the VOL/SEL/MENU button for more than two seconds to access the menu. Press the VOL/SEL/MENU button to move through the
following menu options: Equalizer, Loud Set, Beep Set, 12/24 Mode (clock), AF, TA, Region, TA Set, Retune, Mirror Image, Vol Mode, A-VOL, Sub
LPF and Area Set. The following procedures assume you have already accessed the menu.
Equalizer
The Equalizer function applies preset sound effects to the unit’s audio output signal. Turn the rotary encoder to select from the following equalizer
options: “Off”, “Rock”, “Hip Hop”, “Dance” and “Acoustic”. With the equalizer function activated, if bass or treble is adjusted, the EQ Mode will revert
to“Off”.
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.
Loud Set
When listening to music at low volumes, this feature will selectively boost certain bass and treble frequencies. “Off” is the default setting. Turn the
rotary encoder to select “On”.
Beep Set
The beep tone feature allows the selection of an audible beep tone to be heard each time the menu is accessed. “On” is the default setting. Turn the
rotary encoder to select “Off”.
12/24 Mode
This option allows selection of a 12 hour or 24 hour clock format. “12 Hours” is the default setting. Turn the rotary encoder to change to the 24 hour
clock format.
AF / Region
See on page 11
TA mode
Rotate the knob to choose TA ALARM or TA SEEK mode. If the TA (Traffic Announcement) is turned on and there is no traffic program identification
code received in the specified time, no TA/ TP will display and either TA ALARM or TA SEEK will be activated. TA ALARM mode : Alarm is turned
on. TA SEEK mode: TA SEEK is automatically activated.
RETUNE mode
Rotate the control to choose RETUNE-S or RETUNE- L. RETUNE-S or RETUNE-L is time length selection of TA SEEK retune interval.
RETUNE-S: Short, TA SEEK Retune interval is 45 seconds RETUNE-L: Long, TA SEEK Retune interval is 180
seconds. REMARK: RETUNE mode functions for TA during TA SEEK mode only.
TA-VOL
Rotate the knob to choose TA-VOL (TA=Traffic Announcement) level.
VOL - MODE
Rotate knob to choose VOL LAST, the turn-on volume level is the volume level of latest power off. Rotate knob to choose VOL ADJ, then rotate the
knob to set the turn-on volume level .
Mirror Image
This option allows for selection of a mirror image view when a rear view backup camera (sold separately) is connected to the CAMERA IN input on
the back of the radio. Turn the rotary encoder to select “On” or “Off”.
Vol Mode
Turn the rotary encoder to select “Last” or “Adjust”.
• Last: When the unit is turned on, the volume will resume at the level selected when last turned off.
• Adjust: If choosing “Adjust”, use the A-VOL setting to specify a turn-on volume.
Turn-On Volume (A-VOL)
After selecting “Adjust” for Vol Mode, press the VOL/SEL/MENU button to access the A-VOL setting and then turn the rotary encoder to select the
desired turn-on volume level. When this option is selected, the unit will revert to the adjusted volume each time the unit is turned on.
Sub LPF (Low Pass Frequency)
After connecting a subwoofer to the back of the unit, turn the rotary encoder to select a crossover frequency: OFF, 80, 120 or 160Hz.
Area Set
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”. The unit will turn off and reset when the Area is changed.
Clock Set
1. Press and hold the DISP button until the clock blinks.
2. Turn the VOL/SEL/MENU rotary encoder to set the minutes.
3. Press the VOL/SEL/MENU button to confirm and move to the hour field.
4. Turn the VOL/SEL/MENU rotary encoder to set the hour.
5. Press the DISP button to set the clock and exit the clock set function.
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Reset Button
The RESET button is located behind the front panel and can only be accessed with the front panel opened. 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 default operation.
RADIO OPERATION
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Accessing Radio Mode
Press the SRC button on the front panel or remote control to switch to the RADIO source.
The following pictures discribe the Radio surface and her indicators.
1. Stereo Reception Indicator
2. Radio Station Frequency
3. AM/FM Band
4. Time/Clock
5. RDS Information
6. Current Preset Channels
EON
ST
AF
TA
TP
PTY
7. Source Indicator
8. PTY Indicator
9. EON Indicator
10. AF Indicator
11. TA Indicator
12. TP Indicator
Select a Band
Press the BAND button to change between three FM and two AM bands. Each band stores up to six preset stations.
Tuning
Seek Tuning
Press the TUNE/TRACK >>| or |<< buttons to seek the next/previous station automatically.
Manual Tuning
Press and hold the TUNE/TRACK >>| or |<< buttons to enter Manual tuning mode. Press the buttons again to move the radio frequency number up
or down one step.
Program Information
To view available program information, press the PTY button on the control panel. Press repeatedly to choose between Program Type (PTY)
category, Program Service station call letters (PS), and Radio Text (RT).
PTY Search
To view the Program Type categories, press and hold the PTY button on the control panel. Program type categories are listed, allowing listeners
to find similar programming by genre. Press the TUNE/TRACK >>| or |<< buttons to select a category. After a few seconds, the radio will start
scanning for stations broadcasting in the selected category.
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PTY : none
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. 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 or remote control) 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.
Preview Scan
Press the
button to scan and play all strong stations for 5 seconds each. Press
again to stop scanning and play the current station.
Automatic Store (AS)
Press and hold the
button to select six strong stations and store them in the current band using the Auto Store feature. 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 Auto
Store feature, the new stations replace any stations already stored in preset memory.
NOTE: You can stop the Auto Store function at any time by pressing the
button again.
RDS INFORMATION
Within the Menu Operation (page 9) you will find the following setup possibilities.
OVERVIEW OF THE RDS FUNCTION
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Notes:
- RDS is only available for FM receiption
- The PS function allows station names to be displayed in clear letters.
- Network Tracking receiption uses the PI and AF codes. The PI code identifies the country, area and broadcast system. AF lists up which reception frequencies at the area are broadcasting the same program and automatically changes to the best reception quality offering frequency without
the need to interrupt the program by a seek function.
- Traffic programmes and announcements can be automatically received using the TA features.
- The station name is displayed automatically when a RDS station is received. RDS service availability varies with areas. Please understand if
RDS service is not available in you area, the following service is not available.
EON ( Enhanced Other Networks )
When EON data is received, the EON indicator lights and the TA and AF functions are enhanced.
TA: Traffic information can be received from the current station or stations in other
network.
AF: The frequency list of preset RDS stations is updated by EON data. EON enables the radio to make fuller use of RDS information. It constantly
updates the AF list of preset stations, including the one that currently tuned into. If you preset a station around the area at your home, you will later
be able to receive the same station at an alternative frequency, or any other station serving the same program, EON also keeps track of locally
available TP stations for quick reception.
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DISC/MP3/WMA PLAYBACK
Inserting and Ejecting a Disc
Press the button (4) to flip the front panel down. Insert a disc, label side up, into the disc slot (20).
To stop disc play and eject the disc, press the button to flip the front panel down and then press the eject button (21).
NOTE: The unit is designed for play of standard 5” (12 cm.) 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.
Loading an SD Card
Open the panel and insert the SD card into the SD Card slot (23). Close the panel and the unit will read the files on the card automatically.
To remove the card, first press the SRC button to switch to another mode and stop SD playback. Press the SD card to pop it out,
then remove the card.
Loading a USB Device
Insert the USB device into the USB connector on the front of the unit. The unit will read the files on the USB device automatically.
To remove the USB device, press the SRC button to switch to another mode and then remove the USB device from the USB
connector.
Notes on MP3/WMA Play
MP3 and WMA (Windows Media Audio) music files are digital audio files that are compressed to allow more files to be stored. This unit can play
MP3/WMA and video directly from files contained on a CD-R/RW, DVDROM, DVD+RW, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD-R and DVD-VIDEO, or an SD
card or USB Device using the buttons on the receiver (or remote control) as described below.
Many types of software are available for converting audio files into MP3/WMA formats. 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.
NOTE: This unit supports FAT 16 and FAT 32 file systems. The unit supports USB 1.1 only, but will play USB 2.0 devices at USB 1.1 speed.
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Acceptable Media
The MP3/WMA recording media acceptable to this unit are CD-ROM, CDR, CD-RW, and DVD. The unit will also play MP3, WMA, or photo files
written to SD Cards, USB Devices. Depending on the media type and recording method, some CD-R/RWs may be incompatible with this unit.
When using CD-RW, use full format rather than quick format to prevent malfunction. 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.
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)
ISO 9660 Level 2 (31 characters)
Joliet (31 characters)
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” that follows. The media reproducible on this unit has the following limitations:
• Maximum number of nested folders: 8
• Maximum number of files per disc: 1500
• 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.
MP3/WMA Encoder and CD Writer Settings Use the following settings when compressing audio data with the MP3
encoder.
• Transfer bit rate: 8 - 320 kbps
• 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 version 2.0.
For character codes, refer to the table to the right.
Entering File and Folder Names
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.
NOTE: A file name entered with characters not on the code list may not play correctly.
The VME 8013 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.
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Electronic Shock Protection
• 10 seconds for CD-DA (CDA)
• >45 seconds for MP3 recorded at 44.1kHz, 128kbps
• >90 seconds for WMA recorded at 44.1kHz, 128kbps
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 in which they were written to the
media. 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 assigning 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.
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Changing the Source
If a disc is already in the disc slot but is not playing, press the SRC button on the front panel or remote control (14) to switch to the DISC source.
To play files from an SD or USB that is already inserted, choose the CARD or USB source. The MP3 playback screen is indicated below:
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1. Current Track Title
2. ID3 Artist and Title Information (MP3/WMA only)
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Controlling Disc or File Playback
Pause
Press the 1/>/|| button to suspend playback. Press the 1/>/|| button again to resume playback.
Track Select
Press the TUNE/TRACK >>| or |<< buttons for less than one second to advance to the / next track/file. The selected track number will appear on the display.
NOTE: Press the BAND button on the front panel or remote control (25) to return to the previous menu or folder level.
Fast Forward/Reverse
Press and hold the TUNE/TRACK >>| or |<< buttons or the / buttons on the remote control to fast forward or fast reverse. Press and hold
once for 2X. Press and hold additional times for 4X, 8X, 20X or PLAY. Press the play/pause >/|| button (8) to end fast forward or reverse and resume normal playback.
Intro Scan (INT)
During playback, press the 2/INT button to select “INTRO” and play the first 10 seconds of each track/file, as indicated by the symbol. When the
desired track is reached, press 2/INT again to end the scan and play the selected track.
Repeat (RPT)
Press the 3/RPT button multiple times during playback to select from the following repeat play options:
• VCD/CD: RPT ONE (track), RPT ALL (disc), RPT OFF
• DVD: RPT CHAPTER, RPT TITLE, RPT OFF
• MP3/WMA: Repeat File, Repeat Directory/Folder, Repeat All (disc),
Repeat Off
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Random (RDM)
Press the 4/RDM button during playback to select “RANDOM” and play all tracks/files in random, shuffled order. Press 4/RDM again to stop random play.
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Section Repeat (A-B)
To repeat a specified section of a track, perform the following steps:
1. Press the A->B button (16) on the remote control to select the starting point. The display will show “REPEAT A-”.
2. Press A->B when you reach the desired ending point. The display shows “REPEAT A-B” and the selected section will play repeatedly.
To cancel section repeat, press the A->B button again. “A-B CANCEL” appears on the display.
GOTO Track Time Access
Use the GOTO function to access a specific position on a track directly.
1. Press the GOTO button (19) on the remote control. The Searc (Time --:--:--) window will appear.
2. Use the number keys (8) on the remote control to enter the exact time on the current track from which you would like playback to begin.
3. Press the ENTER button to confirm and begin playback from the selected track time.
VCD PlayBack Control (VCD Only)
If you insert a VCD with playback control, playback automatically starts at the beginning of the first track. Press the MENU button (20) on the remote
control to to turn playback control on/off.
Additional DVD/Video Playback Features
NOTE: You cannot view video while driving the car. When attempting to view video while the parking break is not engaged, the following
message will appear on the screen: WARNING !! Engage Parking Brake to View Video.
The following remote control features are available during DVD playback:
• AUDIO: Press to choose an alternate audio language, if available. This button may also show different surround sound options encoded
on th DVD.
• SUB-T: Press to select an alternate subtitle language, if available.
• TITLE: Press to display the title or chapter list. Use the ,, or cursor buttons or the numeric buttons to enter a title or chapter number,
and then press ENTER to play.
• ANGLE: Press to select an alternate viewing angle, if available.
• ZOOM: Press to zoom the picture at X2, X3, X4, X1/4, X1/2, or select OFF to return to normal view.
• Slow Forward/Slow Reverse: Press the / buttons on the remote control or the 5/6 buttons (10, 13) on the control panel to slow rewind/
slow reverse. Press once for 1/2 speed. Press additional times for 1/4, 1/6, or 1/8 speed. Press the play/pause >/|| button (8) to end fast forward or
reverse and resume normal playback.
Subject to technical changes
NOTE: Feature availability is dependent on DVD embedded information.
NOTE: The VME 8013 does not support Surround Sound decoding.
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SETUP MENU
During disc play, press the SETUP button (4) on the remote control to
access the SYSTEM SETUP menu.
Use the 56,43 , or cursor buttons to choose between LANGUAGE, VIDEO, AUDIO, RATING or MISC setup options.
OSD la nguage
Subtitle
English
G erman
Spanis h
Italian
French
English
G erman
Spanis h
Italian
French
Select the appropriat e onscreen
language for the
DVD
Choose the language you
would like subtitles to
appear in (if available)
O ff
Turn subtitles off
DVD menu
English
G erman
Spanis h
Italian
French
Choose the language you
would like DVD menu to
appear in (if available)
As pect Ratio
4:3
Image is presented with 4:3
16:9
Image is presented in wide
view wit h a 16:9 aspect
ratio.
Table 1: System Setup Menu
Smart Picture
NTSC
The color signals are output
in the standard NTSC format.
PAL
The color signals are output
in the standard PAL for mat .
AUTO
The color signal output is
switched automatically
based on the current video
input signal - NTSC or PAL.
Standard
Bright
Soft
Subject to technical changes
Video Format
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Audio Menu
English
G erman
Spanis h
Italian
French
Selec t the appropriat e audio
language for the DVD.
Set Password
_ __ _
Ent er a 4-digit password to activate the
“Rating” feature. The original password is
“0000” and must be entered
before you can change the
password to a diff erent 4- digit code.
Parental CTR
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Selec t the appropriat e rat ing
level for the intended audience.
You may override higher ratings
by us ing your password.
Use Default Settings
Yes/No
KID SAFE
G
PG
PG13
PG-R
R
NC-17
ADULT
Subject to technical changes
Selec t “Yes” to res tore t he
factor y default settings for
the Rating system only.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
DVD Player
The following guidelines will help you extend the life of your DVD player:
1. When cleaning the vehicle interior, do not get water or cleaning fluids on the unit.
2. The DVD 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. Always remove the disc when the player is not in use.
4. The unit is designed with a vibration dampening disc 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.
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.
Disc 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.
Do not touch the disc surface.
Never use chemicals such as record sprays or household cleaners to clean discs, as they can irreparably damage the disc’s surface.
Discs should be kept in their storage cases when not in use.
Do not expose discs to direct sunlight, high temperatures or high humidity for long periods.
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
the disc.
Do not stick paper, tape or disc labels on disc surfaces, as internal damage may occur.
Subject to technical changes
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2.
3.
4.
5.
of
6.
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TROUBLESCHOOTING
Problem
Cause
Corrective Action
Does not operate (display
does not light)
No power to yellow wire; no power
to red wire
Fuse blown
Check connection with test light; check vehicle
fuse with test light
Replace fuse
No power on unit
Fuse blown
Check/replace fuse
No/low audio output
Improper audio output connection
Volume set too low
Improper “MUTE” connection
Check wiring and correct
Increase volume level
Review wiring diagram and check
“MUTE” connection
Replace speakers
Adjust the channel balance to the center
position
GENERAL
Speakers damaged
Heavily biased volume balance
Insulate all speaker wiring connections
Blow fuses
Power wire shorting to ground
Speaker wires shorting to ground
Incorrect fuse; fuse too small
Make sure wire is not pinched
Make sure wire is not pinched
Install fuse of correct rating
No image
Incorrect connection to parking brake wire
PRK SW is activated, parking brake is not engaged
Check wiring and correct
Stop vehicle in safe place and apply parking brake
Flashing image or interference
appears on screen
DVD is not compatible with current TV system settingsChange setup to accommodate disc
Improper video signal connections
Check wiring and correct
Prolonged image or improper
height/width ratio display
Improper aspect ratio setup
Use correct aspect ratio setting
Disc does not play back
Disc is warped or scratched
Disc is dirty or wet
Laser pickup is dirty
Incompatible disc is used
Use disc in good condition
Clean disc with soft cloth
Clean laser pickup with cleaning disc
Use compatiible disc
Disc rating exceeds RATING
Disc region code is not compatible with unit
Disc is inserted upside down
Change Rating settings
Use disc with proper code
Insert disc with label side up
Disc is illeegally copied
Use original disc
Image blurred, distored or dark
Subject to technical changes
Speaker wiring is in contact with metal
part of car
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SPECIFICATIONS
Power Output.............................................................................................................13 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
DVD/CD Player
Compatible Disc Media..............................................................................................DVD + R / RW and CD-R / RW
Compatible Media Formats ......................................................................................CD-DA, MP3, WMA, VCD, SVCD, AVI,
.
MPEG1 / 2, XviD and Kodak picture CD (JPEG)
Signal to Noise Ratio.................................................................................................>95dBA
Dynamic Range..........................................................................................................>95dB
Frequency Response................................................................................................20Hz to 20 kHz, -3dB
Channel Separation .................................................................................................> 60dB @ 1 kHz
Video
Format......................................................................................................................NTSC, PAL (auto-detection)
Output......................................................................................................................1Vp-p (75-ohm)
Input.........................................................................................................................1Vp-p (75-ohm)
FM / RDS Analog Tuner
Tuning Range............................................................................................................87.5MHz - 107.9MHz
Mono Sensitivity (-30dB)...........................................................................................9dBf
Quieting Sensitivity (-50dB)......................................................................................15dBf
Alternate Channel Selectivity....................................................................................70dB
Signal to Noise Ratio @ 1 kHz..................................................................................58dB
Image Rejection........................................................................................................ 80dB
Stereo Separation @ 1 kHz......................................................................................>30dB
Frequency Response ...............................................................................................30Hz - 15 kHz, -3dB
Subject to technical changes
AM Tuner
Tuning Range............................................................................................................530 kHz – 1710 kHz
Sensitivity (-20dB).....................................................................................................12uV
Signal to Noise Ratio @ 1 kHz..................................................................................50dB
Image Rejection.........................................................................................................60dB
Frequency Response ...............................................................................................50Hz – 2 kHz, -3dB
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Wir gratulieren Ihnen! Durch Ihre kluge Wahl sind Sie Besitzer eines Audiovox Mobile Video-Produktes geworden. Audiovox Mobile Video-Produkte erfreuen sich aufgrund der hohen Qualität eines ausgezeichneten Rufes weltweit. Dieser hohe Qualitätsstandard ermöglicht es für Audiovox Mobile Video-Produkte 2 Jahre Garantie zu gewähren.
Die Produkte werden während des gesamten Fertigungsvorganges laufend kontrolliert und geprüft. Im Servicefall beachten Sie bitte folgendes:
1. Die 2-jährige Garantiezeit beginnt mit dem Kauf des Produktes und gilt nur für den Erstbesitzer.
2. Während der Garantiezeit beseitigen wir etwaige Mängel, die nachweislich auf Material- oder Fabrikationsfehler beruhen, nach
unserer Wahl durch Austausch oder Nachbesserung der defekten Teile. Weitergehende Ansprüche, insbesondere auf Minderung,
Wandlung, Schadenersatz oder Folgeschäden sind ausgeschlossen. Die Garantiezeit wird von einer Garantieleistung durch uns nicht berührt.
3. Am Produkt dürfen keine unsachgemäßen Eingriffe vorgenommen worden sein.
4. Bei Inanspruchnahme der Garantie wenden Sie sich bitte zunächst an Ihren Fachhändler. Sollte es sich als notwendig erweisen,
das Produkt an uns einzuschicken, so sorgen Sie bitte dafür, daß • das Produkt in einwandfreier Originalverpackung verschickt wird,
• die Kontrollkarte ausgefüllt dem Produkt beiliegt, • die Kaufquittung beigefügt ist.
5. Von der Garantie ausgenommen sind: • Leuchtmittel • Verschleißteile • Transportschäden, sichtbar oder unsichtbar (Reklamationen für solche Schäden müssen umgehend bei der Transportfirma, Bahn oder Post eingereicht werden.) • Kratzer in Metallteilen, Frontabdeckungen u.s.w.
(Diese Defekte müssen innerhalb von 5 Tagen nach Kauf direkt bei Ihrem Händler reklamiert werden.) • Fehler, die durch fehlerhafte Aufstellung, falschen Anschluß, unsachgemäße Bedienung (siehe Bedienungsanleitung), Beanspruchung oder äußere gewaltsame Einwirkung entstanden sind. • Unsachgemäß reparierte oder geänderte Geräte, die von anderer Seite als von uns geöffnet wurden. • Folgeschäden an fremden
Geräten • Kostenerstattung bei Schadensbehebung durch Dritte ohne unser vorheriges Einverständnis • Batterien und Akkus.
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Congratulations! You have made a wise selection in becoming the owner of a Audiovox Mobile Video equipment. Due to high
quality Audiovox products have earned an excellent reputation through the western world. And this high quality standard enables us to grant
a 2-years warranty for Audiovox Mobile Video products.
The equipments are checked and tested continously during the entire production process. In case you have problems with your
Audiovox Mobile Video equipment, kindly observe the following:
1. The 2-years guarantee period commences with the purchase of the component and is applicable only to the original owner.
2. During the guarantee period we will rectify any defects due to faulty material or workmanship by replacing or repairing the defective part at
our discretion. Further claims, and in particular those for price reduction, cancellation of sale, compensation for damages or
subsequential damages, are excluded. The guarantee period is not altered by the fact that we have carried out guarantee work.
3. Unauthorized tampering with the equipment will invalidate this guarantee.
4. Consult your authorized dealer first, if guarantee service is needed. Should it prove necessary to return the component to the factory, please insure that • the component is packed in original factory packing in good condition • the quality control card has been filled out and enclosed with the component, • your enclose your receipt as proof of purchase.
5. Excluded from the guarantee are: • Illuminates • Wear parts • Shipping damages, either readily apparent or concealed (claims for such damages must be lodged immediately with forwarding agent, the railway express office or post office). • Scratches in cases, metal components,
front panels, etc. (You must notify your dealer directly of such defects within three days of purchase.) • Defects caused by incorrect installation or connection, by operation errors (see operating instructions), by overloading or by external force. • Equipments which have beenrepaired
incorrectly or modified or where the case has been opened by persons other than us. • Consoquential damages to other equipments. • Reimbursement of cools, without our prior consent, when repairing damages by third parties • batteries and battery packs.
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Toutes nos félicitations! Vouz avez bien choisi et êtes le propriétaire heureux d’un produit Audiovox. Les produits Audiovox ont
une excellente réputation pour leur bonne qualité. Pour cette raison, nous accordons 2 ans de garantie sur tous les produits Audiovox.
Les appareils sont soumis pendant toutes les opérations de fabrications à des contrôles et vérifications constants. Si, pourtant, vous
rencontrez des difficulés avec votre appareil Audiovox veuillez tenir compte de ce qui suit:
1. La garantie débute avec l’achat de l’appareil et est valable uniquement pour le premier propriétaire.
2. Pendant la période de garantie nous réparons les dommages provenant des défauts de matériel ou de fabrication et nous procédons, à
notre guise, à l’échange ou à la réparation des pièces défectueuses.
3. Aucune réparation impropre ne doit avoir été effectuée à l’appareil.
4. Lors d’une demande de garantie, veuillez vous adresser en premier lieu à votre distributeur. Si ce dernier décide que l’appareil doit nous être
retourné, veuillez tenir compte que: • l’appareil soit expédié dans son ermballage d’origine, • la carte de contrôle dûment remplie soit jointe, •
le bon d’achat soit joint.
5. Ne sont pas compris dans la garantie: • Matériel d’éclairage • Pièces d’usure • Avaries de transport, visibles ou non (de telles réclamations doivent être faites immédiatement auprès du transporteur, du chermin de fer ou de la poste). • Des rayures sur le boîtier, pièces métalliques, couvercles etc. (ces dommages doivent être signalés directement à votre distributeur dans les trois jours suivant l’achat). • Dommages
résultant d’un raccordement incorrect, maniement incorrect (voir instructions de service), surcharge ou application de force extérieure. • Appareils réparés non conformément ou modifiés et qui ont été ouverts par une personne autre que nous. • Dommages ultérieurs à d’autres appareils. • Remboursement des frais à des tiers ayant effectué les réparations sans notre accord préalable • Accus et batteries.
G ARANTIEKARTE
WARRANTY C ARD
Typ/ Type
Serien-Nr./Serial-No.
Name und Anschrift des Händlers /Stempel
Name and address of the dealer/stamp
Käufer/Customer
Name/Name
Straße/Street
PLZ, Ort /City
Land /Country
Kaufdatum / buying date
Nur gültig in Verbindung mit Ihrer Kaufquittung!
No warranty without receipt!
Audiovox Audio Produkte GmbH
Lise-Meitner-Str. 9 · 50259 Pulheim
Tel.: +49 2234/807-0 · Fax: + 49 2234/807-399
www.audiovox-germany.de