PLBT72G
7'' Single DIN In-Dash Motorized Touch Screen TFT/LCD Digital Monitor
w/DVD/CD/MP4/USB/SD-Slot Card AM/FM/RDS/Bluetooth Compatible
Dial Pad Built-In GPS/TTS w/USA/Canada & Mexico Maps
USER MANUAL
PRECAUTION
Class 1 laser product
This car multi-media player is a class 1 laser product. However
This car multi-media player uses a visible/invisible laser beam
which could cause . Hazardous radiation exposure if directed.
Be sure to operate the car multi-media player correctly as
instructed. Use of controls or adjustments or performance of
procedures other than those specified herein may result in
hazardous radiation exposure. Do not open covers and do not
repair yourself. Refer servicing to qualified personnel.
INSTALLATION STEPS
1. Remove the chassis from Slide Bracket Housing;
1) Press the REL button to release the control panel ;
REL button
2) Hold the right side of the control panel to pull it upwards a little and then to you
for removing it ;
1
2
3) Remove the PLASTIC FRAME from the chassis (see the Installation diagram);
4) Insert the 2 KEY PLATES into the grooves at the both sides of the chassis till
they click(see the Installation diagram);
5) Pulling the two KEY PLATES to remove the chassis from the Slide Bracket
Housing ;
2. Mount the Sliding Bracket Housing in the position of car multi-media system and
bend some tabs of Sliding Bracket Housing to fix it.
3. Connecting all wires:
1) Connecting all wires according ot the wiring diagram on next page;
REAR AUDIO OUTPUT
CABLE
RCH RED
REAR CAMERA INPUT YELLOW
SUBWOOFER GREY
LCH WHITE
FRONT AUDIO AND VIDEO OUTPUT
CABLE
RCH RED
VIDEO OUT YELLOW
LCH WHITE
RADIO ANTENNA JACK
GPS ANTENNA BOLT
ISO CONNECTOR
PINK
IGNITION SWITCH(B+)
MEMORY BACK-UP(B+)
RED
BROWN
YELLOW
GROUND(B-)
BLUE
BLACK
FRONT
LCH SPK.
REAR
LCH SPK.
CHOKE
BOX
WHITE
GREY
WHITE/BLACK
GREY/BLACK
GREEN
GREEN/BLACK
VIOLET
VIOLET/BLACK
(B+)12V
REAR CAMERA SWITCH
(B-)PARKING BRAKE
AUTO ANTENNA
FRONT
RCH SPK.
REAR
RCH SPK.
WIRING DIAGRAM
NOTE:
1. Must use 4 ohms impedance of speakers.
2. After connecting parking Line, video on screen of control panel
will be displayed only after applying parking brake.
3. Before finishing wiring, do not attach control panel onto chassis.
2) Attaching the control panel onto the chassis;
(1) Insert the left side of the control panel into the hollow of the chassis .
(NOTE : the “bulge” point on the control panel must be attached into the hollow
of the chassis .)
(2) Gently push the right side of the control panel till you feel a “ Click” .
Hollow
1
Bulge
2
3) Testing it for making sure that it can work properly .
4. Installing chassis according to the installation diagram on next page:
1) Insert the chassis of the car multi-media system into the Sliding Bracket Housing.
2) Use the metal strap to fix the rear part of chassis.
* Uninstalling the chassis:
1) Remove the metal strap from the chassis ;
2) Remove the control panel from the chassis;
3) Remove the plastic frame from the chassis;
4) Insert 2 key plates into the left and right sides of the chassis and draw the chassis
out of the sliding bracket housing.
Installation Diagram
DASH BOARD
METAL MOUNTING
STRAP
HEX NUT
SPRING WASHER
PLAIN WASHER
CONSOLE
TAPPING SCREW
SLIDE BRACKET
HOUSING
HEX BOLT
SCREWDRIVER
TABS
KEY PLATE
PLASTIC TRIM OUT
KEY PLATE
If you want to take CHASSIS out of the SLIDE BRACKET HOUSING, first remove
the PLASTIC TRIM OUT of the both sides away, then insert the two KEY PLATE into
left and right side of chassis as above illustration.
GENERAL KNOWLEDGE ABOUT REMOTE CONTROL
1. Removing insulating sheet
If using remote control for the first time, you
can see an insulating sheet at the bottom
side of remote control as right.
you must remove the insulating sheet as right.
Otherwise, the remote control is disabled.
2. Replace lithium cell
If the electric energy of lithium cell is weak,
replace it.
1 ) Press and hold the movable block as direction
indicated by arrow 1 as right, at one time pull
cell holder out of remote control as direction
indicated by arrow 2 as right.
2 ) Replace the old cell by a new one with (+)
polarity side upward as right.
3 ) Insert the cell holder into remote control again
as right.
3 . Note about using remote control
1 ) You should face the emitting window of remote control towards the sensor
window of the unit.
2 ) Operation angle for front panel: About 30 degree
3 ) The distance between the emitting window of remote control and the sensor
window of the unit : < 5M .
4 . Warning for lithium cells of remote control
1 ) Cell leakage may cause damage to remote control.
2 ) Do not throw cells into fire, it may cause explosion.
.
3.To avoid risk of accident, keep cells out of reach of children.
Locations and Names of Controls on Main Unit
17
13
8
10
4
11 1
3 14 12 9
16
5
7 18 2
Control Panel
15
19
6
Ma in Unit Face after remo ving Control Panel
1. AUX IN JACK(A/V)
10. MUTE or PTY BUTTON
2. USB PORT
11. BAND or PAIR BUTTON
3. SEL BUTTON and VOL KNOB
12. >|| or CH1-6 BUTTON
4. REL BUTTON
13. >>| or HANG UP BUTTON
5. IR SENSOR WINDOW
14. |<< or CALL BUTTON
6. RESET BUTTON
15. SD/MMC CARD SLOT
7. EJECT BUTTON
16. LCD SREEN
8. POWER or MODE BUTTON
17. OPEN/MONITOR-ANGLE BUTTON
9. TA or AF BUTTON
18. MICROPHONE
19. GPS CARD SLOT
Locations and Names of Controls on Remote Control
1
2
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
MUTE
MODE
PLAY/PAUSE
20
STOP
MO/ST
ZOOM
4
6
23
PAIR
LOUD
MENU
EQ
CLK
LO/DX
8
10
25
27
OSD
BAND
29
ENTER
TITLE/PBC
12
2. MUTE BUTTON
21
REDIAL
31
A/PS
22
3. HANG UP or REDIAL BUTTON
4. MONITOR-ANGLE BUTTON
24
26
28
30
37
5. CALL or PAIR BUTTON
6. MENU or SW BUTTON
7. >> BUTTON
8. SUBTITLE or LO/DX BUTTON
VOL
TOP
RPT
INT
1
2
3
32
VOL
RDM
6
33
10. BAND or OSD BUTTON
35
11. << BUTTON
14
16
5
4
AF
17
1. POWER/MODE BUTTON
8
7
SEL
9
9. < BUTTON
TA
18
SETUP
GOTO
+10
19
0
12. A/PS or TITLE/PBC BUTTON
36
34
13. TOP BUTTON
14. VOL+ BUTTON
15. RDM BUTTON
16. VOL- BUTTON
27. >>| BUTTON
17. SEL BUTTON
28. ENTER BUTTON
18. SETUP BUTTON
29. > BUTTON
19. GOTO or * BUTTON
30. V BUTTON
20. >|| BUTTON
31. |<< BUTTON
21. STOP BUTTON
32. INT BUTTON
22. AUDIO or MO/ST BUTTON
33. NUMBER(0~9) BUTTON
23. ZOOM BUTTON
34. +10 or # BUTTON
24. EQ or LOUD BUTTON
35. AF BUTTON
25. CLK BUTTON
36. TA BUTTON
26. ^ BUTTON
37. RPT BUTTON
Same functions in any work source mode
1. POWER button
In power off mode, pressing POWER button on remote control or pressing POWER button on
control panel powers on main unit.
In power on mode, long pressing POWER button on control panel or on remote control powers off
main unit.
2. VOL knob & VOL+/VOL- buttons
To adjust volume level, rotate VOL knob on control panel or press or hold VOL+ or VOL- button
on remote control.
3. SEL button
To switch between TREBLE,BASS, BALANCE, FADER,COLOR,BRIGHT,CONTRAST, TINT
and VOLUME, briefly and repeatedly press SEL button.
After switching on the desired mode above, rotate VOL knob or press VOL+/VOL- buttons to set it.
To switch between BT, REGION, PI, TA, AF, LOUD, SWF VOL, SWF FREQ,EQ, DX/LOCAL(in radio
mode), STEREO/MONO(in radio mode), CLOCK FORMAT, CLOCK, BUZZER,FREQ AREA and LED
COLOR, long press SEL button to switch on BT, then briefly and repeatedly press SEL button.
After switching on the desired mode above, rotate VOL knob or press VOL+/VOL- buttons to set it.
4. MUTE button
To switch MUTE mode on or off, press MUTE button on remote control or press MUTE button on
control panel.
5. EQ button
To select a desired preset EQ mode from JAZZ, CLASSIC, POP, ROCK and USER, press EQ
button on remote control continuously.
6. To switch LOUD mode
To switch LOUD mode between LOW, MIDDLE, HIGH and OFF, long press LOUD button.
7. SW button
To switch SWF FREQ between 80HZ, 120HZ and 160HZ, long press SW button on remote control.
8. CLK button
Press CLK button on remote control to display clock time .
9. OPEN or
and
buttons
To slide the monitor out and stand it up or into the monitor slot, press OPEN button on control panel
or press button on remote control;
To adjust the angle of the monitor, long press
button on remote control or on control panel .
10. MODE button and source menu
To switch work source between RADIO, DISC(after inserting a disc), USB(after inserting a USB
storage), CARD(after inserting a card), AUX and BT MUSIC, press MODE button on remote
control or press MODE button on control panel continuously.
During disc(non-CD)/USB/card playback, touch screen to pop up Function Icons-board and then
touch the
icon in the Function Icons-board to enter the display status of the source menu before
entering Disc/USB/Card mode(refer to Disc/USB/Card Operation) .
During AUX playback, touch screen to pop up AUX interface and then touch AUX icon to enter the
display status of the source menu before entering AUX mode(refer to AUX operation).
In radio, BT music or CD mode, touch RADIO, BT or DISC icon to enter the display status of the
source menu before entering radio,BT music or CD mode(refer to Radio Operation, BT Operation
and Disc/USB/Card Operation).
The home page of the source menu displays as follows:
In the middle column, clock time displays in the top of it; the SN. And name of each page of
the source menu display in the middle and bottom of it.
Touch any place on the screen and hold and then slide leftwards or rightwards to turn pages
of the source menu. There are 4 pages in all as follows:
1) Home page
2) Tools page
3) Games page
4) Setup page
Touch one icon in the home page of the source menu to enter one work source of RADIO, DISC,
USB, CARD, AUX, BT and others.
11.SYSTEM icon
In the setup page of the source menu, touch SYSTEM icon to display page1 of SETTINGS
MENU as follows:
Page1 of SETTINGS MENU
Page2 of SETTINGS MENU
In the SETTINGS MENU, the icons on them
descript as follows:
: to next page.
: to previous page.
: to source menu.
Setting Items : to enter the setting item.
Page3 of SETTINGS MENU
In the SETTINGS MENU, there are 10 setting items in all. Touch one setting item to enter the
setting item page. The icons on the setting item page descript as follows:
: to next page.
: to previous page.
: to the page that the setting item belongs to.
Setting Items : to set the sub-item.
: to increase the value.
: to decrease the value.
1) SYSTEM SETTING
Page1 of SYSTEM
Page2 of SYSTEM
(1) LED COLOR
It is for setting the color of the buttons illumination and the LCD backlight.
(2) BT
It is for switching BT mode ON or OFF.
(3) RESET SYSTEM
It is for restoring all user setting to zero.
(4) BRIGHT
It is for setting brightness.
(5) CONTRAST
It is for setting contrast.
(6) COLOR
It is for setting color.
(7) TINT
It is for setting tint.
2) SOUND SETTING
Page1 of SOUND
Page2 of SOUND
(1) RADIO L/D
It is for switching between LOC and DX.
(2) STEREO
It is for switching between MONO and STEREO.
(3) SWF VOL
It is for setting SWF volume.
(4) SWF FREQ
It is for setting SWF frequency.
Page3 of SOUND
(5) LOUDNESS
It is for setting LOUDNESS mode.
(6) SOUND EFFECT
It is for setting EQ mode.
(7) TREBLE
It is for setting the value of treble .
(8) BASS
It is for setting the value of bass.
(9) FADE/BAL
After entering the sub-item, it displays as right:
Touching any place in the rectangle except the
middle column sets the value of the balance;
touching any place in the middle column sets
the value of fade.
(10) TOUCH BEEP
It is for switching touch beep ON or OFF.
FADE/BALANCE
3) BACKGROUND SETTING
BACKGROUND
It is for setting the background of the No Video interface for RADIO, CD, non-CD DISC/USB
/CARD, AUX and BT MUSIC .
4) RDS SETTING
RDS
(1) REG SET
It is for setting REG on or off.
(2) PI SET
It is for switching between PI SOUND and PI MUTE.
(3) AF SET
It is for setting AF on or off.
(4) TA SET
It is for setting TA on or off.
5) GPS PATH SETTING
GPS PATH
It is for setting GPS path to enter GPS navigation mode. Please refer to the part of GPS
navigation for detailed GPS path setting operatoin.
6) TIME SETTING
TIME
(1) HOUR SET
It is for setting the hour of the clock time.
(2) MINUTE SET
It is for setting the minute of the clock time.
(3) TIME FORMAT
It is for setting the time format of the clock time.
7) TOUCH SETTING
TOUCH SCREEN CALIBRATION
It is for calibrating touch screen. Precisely and repeatedly tap the center of the cross cusor till
it exit calibration interface.
8) INFO SETTING
SYSTEM INFO
It is for viewing the system information such as: name, version, memory size and free momery.
9) SKIN SETTING
SKIN
(1) It is for setting the skin color of those immanent interfaces.
(2) It is for setting the time of activating SCREEN SAVE after no operation.
10) ANGLE SETTING
It is for setting the angle of the control panel.
12.RESET button
When LCD displays wrongly or some buttons are not available or sound is distorted, press REL
button to detach the control panel and remove it, then use the sharp end of a pointed object to
press RESET button on chassis face to reset the program to zero.
13.REL button
To detach control panel, press REL button on control panel.
After detaching control panel, hold the right part of the control panel and pull it upwards a little
and then to you can remove it from chassis.
Radio Operation
1. To enter RADIO mode(MODE button or RADIO icon)
When you use MODE button or source menu (tapping RADIO icon) to enter RADIO
mode, it will display radio interface as follows:
Radio interface
*
Radio interface with 1~6 icons interface
Some icons on radio interface correspond with the buttons on remote control or control
panel as follows:
and
icons = VOL- and VOL+ buttons = VOL knob
MUTE icon = MUTE button
List icon : to display 1~6 icons interface in the left side of the radio interface.
RADIO icon: to enter source menu
MENU icon : To pop up the page1 of SETTINGS MENU
MAP icon : To enter GPS mode but not exit radio mode
2. To switch between bands (BAND)
The BAND icon or button can switch between bands of FM1, FM2, FM3, AM1(MW1) and
AM2(MW2), and the word FM1,FM2,FM3,AM1(MW1) or AM2(MW2) will be displayed on
screen.
3. To search for a station (<< and >> icons or v and ^ or |<< and >>| buttons)
1) Long touching << or >> icon or long pressing v or ^ button on remote control or long
pressing |<< or >>| button on control panel can automatically search down or up for an
available station beginning from the current frequency.
2) Briefly touching << or >> icon or briefly pressing v/^ or |<</>>| button can manually
search down or up for a your desired station beginning from the current frequency.
4. To preset and scan all memory stations (APS icon or A/PS button)
1) When long touching APS icon or long pressing A/PS button, the radio searches from
the lowest frequency and checks the signal strength level until 1 cycle search is
finished, and the 6 strongest stations are preset to corresponding preset number
memory bank for the current band.
The presetting function can be implemented in selected FM or AM band. (It can presets
3x6 stations for FM and 2x6 stations for AM(MW) in all)
2) When briefly touching APS icon or briefly pressing A/PS button, the radio scans for
each preset station in FM or AM(MW) band from NO.1 bank, each preset station broadcasts for 5 seconds. After finishing a circle of scanning, it will resume broadcasting the
station in NO.1 bank.
NOTE: In FM band, FM1,FM2 and FM3 are preset and scaned as one band at a time;
In AM(MW) band, AM1(MW1) and AM2(MW2) are preset and scaned as one band at a time.
5. To preset and listen to a memory station(1~6 icons or 1~6 buttons or CH1-6 button )
1) Long touching one of 6 number(1~6) icons or long pressing one of 6 number(1~6)
buttons can preset the current broadcasting station of the current band in the number
memory bank; .
2) Briefly touching one of 6 number(1~6) icons or briefly pressing one of 6 number(1~6)
buttons can listen to the memory station in the current band preset in the number
memory bank.
* CH1-6 button:
1)To preset a station in a memory bank with CH1-6 button, first select a desired
band; then press CH1-6 button to select a desired memory bank; and then search
for a desired station; finally long press CH1-6 button to store the station in the
memory bank.
2)To listen to a preset station with CH1-6 button, first switch on a desired band, then
continuously press CH1-6 button highlight and listen to it.
6. To switch on between stereo and mono mode (MO/ST button)
Press MO/ST button on remote control to select STEREO or MONO mode for FM band.
When the STEREO mode is activated, it can get better audio effect; when the
MONO mode is activated, it can get clearer audio signal.
7. To switch on between local and distance mode (LO/DX button)
Press LO/DX button to turn LOC on to tune for local stations with weak interference;
Press LO/DX button to turn DX on to tune for distance stations with stronger signal.
8. To search for a RDS station that is broadcasting a typed program (PTY)
Continuously touching PTY icon on touch screen or continuously long pressing PTY
button on control panel switches between the program types such as: NEWS ...and
so on.
After selecting a desired program type, no operation for a while, it displays PTY
SEEK and automatically searches for a RDS station that is broadcasting the selected
type of program.
If the station that is broadcasting the selected type of program does not exist, it will
display NO PTY and return back to the previous normal station.
9. To automatically alternate a stronger signal of frequency for the current RDS station(AF)
During broadcasting a program typed station, use the RDS interface of the SETTINGS MENU or SEL and VOL buttons to set AF mode on or long press TA/AF button
on control panel or AF button on remote control to switch on AF mode, then AF icon
flashes on screen.
After switching on AF mode, the radio checks the signal strength of AF(alternate
frequency) all the time. Whenever a new AF is stronger than the current frequency,
It switches over to the AF for a short time, and the AF icon is light on screen(not
flash).
* In FM mode, when switching on AF mode, the radio auto searches for or preset
only those RDS stations.
* In FM mode, when switching on AF and TA modes, the radio auto searches for
only those RDS stations broadcasting traffic announcement.
10. REGION mode
use the RDS interface of the SETTINGS MENU or the SEL and VOL buttons to set
REGION mode on or off.
In REGION on mode, when switching on AF mode, the radio can’t switch over to
those AF stations which have a different regional program content.
In REGION off mode, when switching on AF mode, the radio can switch over to
those AF stations which have a different regional program content.
11. PI mode
use the RDS interface of the SETTINGS MENU or the SEL and VOL buttons to set
PI SOUND or PI MUTE mode.
In PI SOUND mode, when switching on AF mode, if a car cruises that critical area
back and forth, an oscillation phenomenon can be occurred, because the different
PI code can be receive from a same AF. when the different PI sound (DIP) is heard
once in a while, the different PI sound will be heard for less than 1 second.
In PI MUTE mode, when switching on AF mode and under above same situation,
a mute sound will be heard for less than 1 second.
12. To automatically search for traffic announcements (TA)
In any mode, u se the RDS interface of the SETTINGS MENU or SEL and VOL buttons
to set TA mode on or press TA/AF button on control panel or long press TA button on
remote control to switch on TA mode, then TA: ON will display on screen for a while
and begin to search for those RDS radio stations transmitting traffic announcement.
When an RDS radio station transmits traffic announcement and is received by the
radio, temporarily switch the current work source to an RDS radio station broadcasting traffic announcement, and TRAFFIC will be displayed on screen.
When the traffic announcement is over, it will return back to previous work source.
BT Operation
1. Pairing and Connecting
Prior to using the BT device named BC_HF_V03 as a handfree system for a BTenabled mobile phone for the first time, you must pair and connect them as follows:
*
Prior to pairing and connecting, when displaying No Video interface of radio, CD,
video disc, AUX or BT music, BT logo flashes in the top left corner of touch
screen.
*
During using the BT device named BC_HF_V03 as a handfree system for a BTenabled mobile phone, place the BT-enabled mobile phone 3 meters from the Car
A/V System;
1) Touch
icon on BT PHONE interface in the BT PHONE part or long press PAIR
button on remote control or on control panel to display BT
logo;
2).Switch on the BT mode of your mobile phone; then s elect the item to find a BT
device and enter it; When it finds the BT device of the car A/V system, the name
BC_HF_V03 will be displayed , select it and enter it; then it will show an interface
that asks you to input a password, input 8888 and enter it; then i t will pair and
connect with the BT device BC_HF_V03 of the car A/V system, Confirm it, then
logo displays all the time.
BT
*
When finishing pairing and connect ing , the audio of the mobile phone transfers
to the car audio system whenever a call is made or received or the mobile phone
plays music .
2. BT PHONE
1) Make a call
(1) Dial with mobile phone directly;
(2)Dial with the controls on BT PHONE interface or on remote control or on control
panel
a. Touch the BT PHONE icon on source menu or long press
control to pop up BT PHONE interface as follows:
button on remote
: to strengthen the pairing signal.
: to exit BT PHONE interface.
b. Use the number icons or buttons to input your desired phone number;
* When inputting a wrong digit, use
icon or < button to delete it.
c. After finishing inputting, touch
icon or press
button on remote control to dial out.
button on control panel or press
2) Redial last dialed phone number
Touch
icon or long press
button on remote control to dial out the last dialed
phone number.
3) Answer a call
During ringing, the incoming telephone number displays in the middle of the top
column of the BT PHONE interface. If you want to receive it, touch icon or press
button on control panel or press
button on remote control; if you want to
reject it, touch
icon or press
button on control panel or press
button on
remote control.
4) End phone talking
When you want to end phone talking, touch
icon or press
or
button.
5) Switch audio between car A/V system and mobile phone
During phone talking using the BT handfree system of the car A/V system,
if you want to change the phone audio to your mobile phone, touch
icon or
press
button on control panel or press
button on remote control.
During phone talking using the mobile phone, if you want to change the phone
audio to the the car A/V system again, touch
iocn or press
or
button.
6) Adjust volume level during phone talking
During phone talking, use
and
icon or VOL knob or VOL+ and VOL- buttons
to adjust volume level.
*
* / # icons and buttons
they perform as * / # buttons on mobile phone.
3 . BT MUSIC
1 ) Touching BT MUSIC on source menu or pressing MODE button can pop up BT
MUSIC interface as follows:
and
icons = VOL- and VOL+ buttons = VOL knob
MUTE icon = MUTE button
icon =
icon =
and
button
button
icons =
and
button
MUSIC icon: To enter source menu.
MENU icon : To pop up the page1 of SETTINGS MENU
MAP icon : To enter GPS mode but not exit BT music mode
2 ) When using your mobile phone with BT function to play audio/video , if it is paired
and connected with the BT device of the car A/V system, the audio of the mobile
phone will change into the car A/V system .
The BT device of the car A/V system support A2DP, if your mobile phone with BT
function support A2DP, the car A/V system can output stereo audio from your
mobile phone.
3 ) T he BT device of the car A/V system supports AVRCP, so these icons on the BT
MUSIC interface except MUSIC/ MENU /MAP and their corresponding buttons on
control panel or on remote control are available for audio/video playback of your
mobile phone during playback. But n o fast forward/backward functions for |<</>>|
icon and buttons, and the function of resume playback after pausing or stopping
is available only for some mobile phone .
* If you don’t want to use the BT function of the car A/V system , long press SEL
button to display BT, then use VOL knob or VOL+ and VOL- buttons to switch BT
off .
Disc/USB/Card Operation
1. Loading or unloading a disc, USB or card
1.1 Loading a disc, USB or card
To play files in a disc, insert a disc with label surface up into disc slot. it will
automatically play.
*
CAUTION OF USING DISC
Label
surface up
1) Handle a disc by its edge, do not touch the surface of play side.
2) Before inserting disc, wipe the disc outwards from the disc
center with a clean, soft, dry, lint-free cloth. Do not use solvents
/thinner such as petrol/benzine, cleaner.
3) After taking a disc out of disc slot, put the disc inside disc case to
keep it clean.
4) Do not stick paper or tape on the disc surface of play side. If
there is glue (or analog) on the disc surface, must wipe it up
before using.
To play files in a USB, firstly open USB port cover, then insert USB storage into
USB port, and then it will play files in the USB automatically.
To play files in a card, firstly press REL button to detach control panel, then hold
the right part of the control panel and pull upwards a little and to you to remove it,
and then insert the card with label side upward and contact end frontward into card
slot as the following fig., and then attach control panel onto chassis again, by now
it will play files in the card automatically .
Label side
facing upward
Press in till heard a “CLICK”
1.2 Unloading a disc, USB or card
To unload the disc in disc slot, use STOP button to stop playback and then press
button to eject disc, then remove it.
To pull away the USB storage, use STOP button to stop playback, then you can
remove the USB storage.
To unload the card in card slot, use STOP button to stop playback, then press
REL button to detach control panel and then hold the right part of the control panel
and pull upwards a little and then to you to remove it, and then you can push the
card for release it and then pull it out of card slot.
Press in till heard a “CLICK”
Remove the memory card
* During MP3/WMA playback, the information of file, folder, title, artist and album
will be scrolling on LCD display. As long as the current playing MP3/WMA music
contains relevant ID3 tag information in version 1.0/2.0 format, the 3 items
underlined above will be scrolling on LCD display; otherwise, they will not.
* There is ESP function for all formats of discs.
2. Popping up Function Icons-board
2.1 Function Icons-board of Digital Video/VCD/MPEG4/Image/MP3/WMA
During Digital Video/VCD/MPEG4/Image playback, tapping any place on touch
screen can pop up Function Icons-board 1 as next page, then tap
icon to pop
up Function Icons-board 2 as next page.
During MP3/WMA playback, tapping any place except folder area, track area and
MP3/WMA&Image&MPEG4 icons can pop up Function Icons-board 1 same as one
of Digital Video/VCD/MPEG4/Image, then tap
icon to pop up Function Iconsboard 2 same as one of Digital Video/VCD/MPEG4/Image.
[MP3]
ITLE / SONG:
WMA
TRACK
03 /
001
002
Mp3
001
Folder area
003
004
005
002
003
006
007
008
MP3/WMA icon Image icon MPEG4 icon
Track area
The Function Icons-boards display as follows:
Function Icons-board 1
Function Icons-board 2
* Some icons on the Function Icons-boards descript as follows:
: Same as MUTE button.
: Same as EQ button.
: Same as VOL- button or rotating
VOL knob with anti-clock wise.
: Same as CLK button.
: Same as long pressing EQ button.
: Same as VOL+ button or rotating
VOL knob with clock wise.
: Same as SW button.
: Poping up source Menu.
: Switching AF mode on or off.
: Poping up Function Icons-board 2.
: Switching TA mode on or off.
: Redialing the last phone number.
: Poping up Function Icons-board 1.
: Poping up BT PHONE interface.
2.2 CD interface
During CD playback, the CD interface displays as follows:
* For Digital Video/VCD/MPEG4/Image/MP3/WMA, after loading disc/USB/card,
the screen will also display this interface above. After a while, it will disappear
and display video or image or root menu.
* Some icons on the CD interface descript as follows:
and
icons = VOL- and VOL+ buttons = VOL knob
MUTE icon = MUTE button
Disc icon: To enter source menu
MENU icon : To pop up the page1 of SETTINGS MENU
MAP icon : To enter GPS mode but not exit disc mode
3. Function of controls on the touch screen/main unit/remote control
1.
icon or button
During playback, use it to pause playback; in pause mode, use it to resume playback.
In CD interface , the icon displays as
2.
.
icon or button
During Digital Video/VCD/CD/MP3/WMA playback, tapping or pressing it pre-stop
or pause playback; in pre-stop or pause mode, use
icon or button to resume
playback.
During playback, tapping or pressing it twice to fully stop playback; in fully stop
mode, use
icon or button to start playback from the beginning of the media.
During MPEG4/image playback, use
follows:
icon or button to display root menu as
[MP3]
ITLE / SONG:
WMA
TRACK
03 /
001
002
Mp3
001
Folder area
003
004
005
002
003
Track area
006
007
008
MP3/WMA icon Image icon MPEG4 icon
During MP3/WMA playback, the root menu above displays all the time.
When displaying root menu, use < or > button to highlight the current chapter/
track, the current folder or the kind icons.
*
If there are no track /chapter for a kind icon, you can’t highlight the kind icon.
When highlighting a kind icon, press ENTER button to enter it.
When highlighting the current folder, use v or ^ button to highlight other folders
and then press ENTER button to enter it.
When highlighting the current track, use v or ^button to highlight other tracks and
then press ENTER button to play it.
*
For image, after highlighting a track, press ENTER button to display only the highlighted track; press >|| button to display all tracks step by step from the highlighted
track.
*
Tapping folder icon, track icon or kind icon can execute the operation above.
3.
/
icons or buttons
During playback, continuously tapping
or
icon or continuously pressing
or
button on remote control or continuously and long pressing
or
button
on control panel can fast backwards or forwards at the following multiple of normal
speed: x2, x4, x8, x20, x1.
During fast playback, use
icon or button to resume normal playback.
For image files, no this function.
4.
/
icons or buttons
During playback, use one of them to play previous or next chapter/track.
5. Number buttons
During Digital Video/VCD(PBC OFF)/MPEG4/Image/CD/MP3/WMA playback,
use number buttons to input chapter/track SN. , then it will play or display it.
To input a chapter/track with an SN that is equal to or bigger than 10, use the +10
button to input the digit in ten s place and then use 0-9 button to input the digit
in units order.
I.e. +10 ~ 1 = 11 (number 11 chapter/track will be displayed/played.)
During VCD playback, when it is in PBC ON mode, the number buttons are disabled.
6.
icon and MENU button
During Digital Video playback, use MENU icon or button to display the current
chapter list, then use direction buttons to select your desired chapter and then
press ENTER button to play it.
For VCD, MENU button is disabled, track list is displayed on the monitor screen
by pressing TITLE/PBC button or tapping
icon.
For MPEG4/image, MENU button and
icon are disabled, root menu is displayed
on the monitor screen by pressing
button or tapping
icon.
For MP3/WMA, MENU button and
icon are disabled, root menu displays on
the monitor screen all the time. Root menu of MP3/WMA is same as the one of
MPEG4/image.
For CD, the MENU button is disabled.
7.
icon and TITLE/PBC button
During Digital Video playback, use TITLE/PBC button or
icon to display title
list; then use direction buttons to select your desired title and then press ENTER
button to open the chapter list of the title; then use direction buttons to select your
desired chapter and then press ENTER button to play.
*
You can also tap a desired title and then chapter to play.
During VCD playback, use
icon or TITLE/PBC button to switch PBC mode on
or off. When PBC mode is switched on, it will play from the beginning of media till
it displays a track list. When a track list is displayed, use the number buttons to
select your desired track to play.
For MP3/WMA/MPEG4/image,
icon and TITLE/PBC button are disabled.
For CD, the TITLE/PBC button is disabled
8.
icon and GOTO button
For Digital Video/MPEG4/VCD/image/MP3/WMA, you can use
, , ,number
and ENTER icons or GOTO, <, >, number and ENTER buttons to select a chapter
/track or from a playback time point to play.
During playback, tap
icon or press GOTO button to display changeable
playback information bar as follows:
Digital Video:
MPEG4:
VCD:
Image:
MP3/WMA:
* During playback, tapping
as follows:
icon can also display the Goto Function icons-board
When displaying the changeable playback information bar, use
/
icon or
< or > button to highlight title SN.(only for Digital Video) , chapter/track SN. or
elapsed time of current chapter/track(disabled for image).
When highlighting title SN. or chapter/track SN. , use number icons or buttons to
input desired SN. of title or chapter/track, then use ENTER icon or button to play
the selected chapter/track.
When highlighting elapsed time of current chapter/track(disabled for image), use
number icons or buttons to input desired playback time point for the playback time
of the whole media for Digital Video/VCD and of the current chapter/track for
MPEG4/MP3/WMA, then use ENTER icon or button to play from the playback time
point.
For CD, GOTO button is disabled.
9.
icon or ZOOM button
During Digital Video/VCD/MPEG4/image playback, use
icon or ZOOM button
to switch zoom mode between ZOOM 2, ZOOM 3, ZOOM 4, ZOOM ½, ZOOM 1/3,
ZOOM 1/4 and ZOOM OFF.
When zooming in video/image, use direction buttons to move video/image
upwards, downwards, rightwards or leftwards.
When not zooming in image, direction buttons can switch on 4 fixed rotated
angles between >=90 deg cw, <=90 deg ccw, ^=UP-DOWN and LEFT-RIGHT.
For MP3/WMA,
icon and ZOOM button are disabled.
For CD, the ZOOM button is disabled.
10. OSD icon or button
During Digital Video /VCD /MPEG4/Image/MP3/WMA playback, use OSD icon or
button to display playback information bar as bellows:
Digital Video :
MPEG4:
VCD:
Image:
MP3/WMA:
For CD , OSD button is disabled.
11.
icon or REPEAT button
During Digital Video playback, touch
icon or long press RPT button to switch
repeat mode between REP CHAPTER, REP TITLE, REP ALL and REP OFF.
During VCD(PBC OFF)/CD playback, touch
icon or long press RPT button to
switch repeat mode between R E P 1 , REP ALL or REP OFF.
During MP3/WMA/MPEG4/image playback, touch
icon or long press RPT button
to switch repeat mode between REP1,REP FOLDER(or DIR),REP ALL or REP OFF.
During VCD(PBC ON) playback,
icon and RPT button are disabled.
12.
icon or RDM button
During Digital Video/VCD(PBC OFF)/CD/MP3/WMA playback, tapping
long pressing RDM button switches random mode on or off.
For MPEG4/image/VCD(PBC ON) playback,
13.
icon or INT button
During VCD/CD playback, tapping
intro mode on or off.
icon or
icon and RDM button are disabled.
icon or long pressing INT button switches
For Digital Video/MP3/WMA/MPEG4/image,
icon and INT button are disabled.
icon or button
14 .
During Digital Video playback, use
icon or button to switch between audio tracks
(depending on the current playing media).
icon or button to switch audio channels between
During VCD /CD playback, use
MONO L, MONO R, MIX MONO and STEREO.
For MPEG4/MP3/WMA / image,
icon and button are disabled.
15.
icon or button
During Digital Video playback, use
icon or button to switch subtitle languages
on or off(depending on the current playing media).
For VCD/MP3/WMA/MPEG4/image,
For CD, the
button is disabled.
icon and button are disabled.
16.
icon or SETUP button
Use
icon or SETUP button to enter Media Setup Menu for setting up all media
parameter values.
Use
icon or SETUP button to display Media Setup Menu(the default page is
SYSTEM SETUP);
Media Setup Menu has 4 pages in all. When highlighting a page, tap the aim page
icon or press > or < button to highlight another page;
After selecting a page, tapping the aim item icon or press ^ or v button to highlight
a setup item in the selected page;
After selecting a setup item, tapping the aim value; or press > button to enter the
setup item, then press v or ^ button to select a desired value, finally press ENTER
button to confirm it.
After finishing setting, tapping EXIT icon or press SETUP button to exit Media
Setup Menu to resume normal playback.
Description of the 4 pages:
1) SYSTEM SETUP
SYSTEM SETUP
TV SYSTEM
SCREEN SAVER
TV TYPE
PASSWORD
RATING
DEFAULT
EXIT
TV SYSTEM
This setup item is for setting up video system in NTSC, PAL or AUTO .
If you set a non-matched video system for playing a video, the playing video will
display white-black or flash.
SCREEN SAVER
This setup item is for switching screen saver on or off.
TV TYPE
This setup item is for setting up video display size.
(1) 4:3 PS: Choose this item when connecting a monitor with 4:3 screen. When
playing video with 16:9 size, the left and right part of video will be cut out, and
video will display in full screen.
(2) 4:3 LB: Choose this item when connecting a monitor with 4:3 screen. When
playing video with 16:9 size, the top and bottom part of the monitor screen will
be turned into a black square .
(3) 16:9: Choose this item when connecting a monitor with 16:9 wide screen.
PASSWORD
This setup item is for locking or unlocking parental control. The default mode
is locked. The default unlocking password is 0000.
To lock or unlock parental control:
(1) Highlight PASSWORD item and then press > or ENTER button to enter it;
(2) Input password 0000;
(3) Press ENTER button to confirm, then it will unlock or lock parental control.
*
Remove th e section of the PASSWORD of the User Manual to keep this sensitive
information confidential.
RATING
This setup item is for setting a new rating level of parental control.
(1) First highlight PASSWORD item to see whether parental control is locked or not.
If it is in locked mode, unlock parental control referring to PASSWORD above.
(2) Highlight RATING item and press > or ENTER button to enter it, then use ^ or v
button to select your desired rating level, and then press ENTER button to
confirm.
(3) Highlight PASSWORD item again and then press > or ENTER button to enter it,
then input password 0000, and press ENTER button to lock parental control
again.
DEFAULT
This setup item is to change all parameter back to the default factory values.
2) LANGUAGE SETUP
LANGUAGE SETUP
OSD LANGUAGE
AUDIO LANG
SUBTITLE LANG
MENU LANG
EXIT
OSD LANGUAGE
This item is for selecting the type of language displayed on the screen except for
subtitle language and menu language(depending on current playing media).
AUDIO LANG
This item is for selecting the type of audio language(depending on current playing
media).
SUBTITLE LANG
This item is for selecting the type of subtitle language(depending on current
playing media).
MENU LANG
This item is for selecting the type of menu language(depending on current playing
media).
3) VIDEO SETUP
VIDEO SETUP
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
HUE
SATURATION
SHARPNESS
EXIT
BRIGHTNESS
For adjusting brightness of video output.
CONTRAST
For adjusting contrast of video output.
HUE
For adjusting hue of video output.
SATURATION
For adjusting saturation of video output.
SHARPNESS
For adjusting sharpness of video output.
4) DIGITAL SETUP
DIGITAL SETUP
DYNAMIC RANGE
EXIT
DYNAMIC RANGE
This item is for adjusting linear compression ratio. If you set it to FULL,
Peak-to-Peak value of audio signal is minimum; if you set it to OFF, Peak-to
-Peak value is maximum.
*
Region Code
If you insert a disc into the disc slot and REGION ERROR is displayed, the car
multi-media system can not play the disc. The reason is that the region codes
of the car multi-media system and the used disc do not match each other.
Appendix: Region code of D igital Video
Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) divided the world into 6 regions, and
gave every region a region code for locking and unlocking D igital Video playback.
Basically, a coded D igital Video player can play only the discs if its region code is the
same as the code of the D igital Video player. Otherwise, it cannot play the disc.
Please note that only the D igital Video discs and D igital Video players produced by
the 8 biggest film-making companies of America impose this restriction. The D igital
Video discs and D igital Video players not produced by the 8 biggest film - making
companies of America are not restricted by the rule of region code. Generally, they
are called Free Region Code or Full Region Code.
The problems caused by area code inconsistency has motivated the production of
unlocked version D igital Video players and recodable D igital Video players .
Region codes and the countries or areas represented by region codes are as follows:
Region 1: America, Canada, East-Pacific Inlands;
Region 2: Japan, West Europe, North Europe, Egypt, South Africa, Middle East;
Region 3: South-east Asian countries include Taiwan, Hong Kong, South Korea,
Thailand, indonesia, etc.;
Region 4: Australia, New Zealand, Central South America, South Pacific Inlands;
Region 5: Russia, Mongolia, Indian Peninsula, Middle Asia, East Europe, North
Korea, North Africa, North-west Asia etc.;
Region 6: China mainland.
The 8 biggest film - making companies of America are as follows:
1. WarnerBros;
2. Columbia;
3. 20thCenturyFOX;
4. Paramount;
5. Universal;
6. UA(UnitedArtist);
7. MGM(MetroDogwynMayer);
8. WaltDisney
*
Parental Control
Q: After inserting a Digital Video disc into the disc slot, if a dialogue box pops up
and asks you to input a password, what should you do ?
A: The playing disc is locked by a rating level of parental control. If the current
rating level of parental control of the Digital Video player is lower than the one
of current disc, you must input the correct password of parental control to
unlock the parental control and enter a rating level equal to or higher than one
of the current disc in order to play the disc.
*
For factory preset password of parental control of Digital Video player, please
see the part of Media Setup Menu .
Appendix: Parental Control
Parental Control function of a Digital Video player can control playback of
movie ratings on a disc. You can set the Digital Video player to be a certain
rating level of parental control using the Media Setup Menu. If the rating level
of parental control of a disc is higher than the one of the Digital Video player,
the Digital Video player cannot play the disc.
The Digital Video movie can be designed so that the Digital Video player can
play different versions of content of a particular movie according to the different
rating levels of parental control. Depending on the D igital Video features , the
scenes that are not suitable for children will be cleared or replaced by suitable
scenes automatically.
The rating levels of Parental Control are as follows:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Kid Safe
G
PG
PG 13
PG R
R
NC 17
Adult
AUX IN operation
An external AV system can use the car AV system as monitor and amplifier.
AUX IN JACK
DOM
1. Use an AV cable to make the car AV system and the external AV system connected
through the AUX IN jack on control panel of the car AV system and the AV Out jacks
of the external AV system.
VIDEO IN (yellow)
RCH IN (red)
LCH IN (white)
2. Play the external AV system, then use MODE button or Source Menu to enter AUX
IN mode for the car AV system. By now, the program played by the external AV
system can be output through the monitor of the car AV system and the speakers
connected to the car AV system.
* The icons on the AUX interface descript as follows:
and
icons = VOL- and VOL+ buttons = VOL knob
MUTE icon = MUTE button
EQ icon = EQ button
LOUD icon = long pressing LOUD button
SWF icon = long pressing SW button
AUX icon: To enter source menu
MENU icon : To pop up the page1 of SETTINGS MENU
MAP icon : To enter GPS mode but not exit AUX mode
3. In AUX IN mode, you can use SEL, +, -, VOL, MUTE, EQ , SW and LOUD buttons
or icons to adjust audio and video.
External iPod operation
An external iPod can use the car AV system as a monitor and amplifier.
1. Use the iPod cable to make the car AV system and the external iPod connected
through the AUX IN jack on control panel of the car AV system and the headphone
port of the external iPod.
Head p ho n e p o rt
2. Play the external iPod, then use MODE button to enter AUX IN mode for the car AV
system. By now, the program played by the external iPod can be output through the
monitor of the car AV system and the speakers connected to the car AV system.
* The icons on the AUX interface descript as follows:
and
icons = VOL- and VOL+ buttons = VOL knob
MUTE icon = MUTE button
EQ icon = EQ button
LOUD icon = long pressing LOUD button
SWF icon = long pressing SW button
AUX icon: To enter source menu
MENU icon : To pop up the page1 of SETTINGS MENU
MAP icon : To enter GPS mode but not exit iPod mode
3. In AUX IN mode, you can use SEL, +, -, VOL, MUTE, EQ , SW and LOUD buttons
or icons to adjust audio and video.
REAR VIEW CAMERA
The car AV system can make you look at the actual status behind your car when
you change the gear level to the back position.
1. Use an video cable to make the car AV system and the rear view camera connected through the REAR CAMERA INPUT jack in the rear cabinet of the car AV
system and the VIDEO OUTPUT jack of the rear view camera.
Make the REAR CAMERA SWITCH line in the rear cabinet of the car AV system
connected to (B+)12V power supply.
2. When you change the gear level to the back position, the screen of the car AV
system will display the actual status behind your car.
*
Note : the external monitor can not display the actual status behind your car.
Operation of GPS module
1. GPS Navigation
1. Loading GPS card
Before setting GPS path and entering GPS navigation mode, must load a GPS
card with navigation map program file into the GPS card slot.
firstly press REL button to detach control panel, then hold the right part of the
control panel and pull upwards a little and to you to remove it, and then insert
the GPS card with label side upward and contact end frontward into the GPS
card slot as the following fig., and then attach control panel onto chassis again.
Label side
facing upward
2. Setting GPS path
After loading GPS card and before entering GPS navigation mode, must set
the GPS path to an executale navigation map program file.
Touch SYSTEM icon on the setup page of the source menu to pop up page1 of
SETTINGS MENU, then touch the item of GPS PATH SETTING to pop up GPS
PATH interface as follows:
GPS PATH
: to enter the card in the GPS card slot and select a desired executable navigation map program
file(generally the extension name of an executable navigation map program file is exe) .
: If touching the white rectangle for ticking it, it will enter GPS mode automatically after
resetting the unit or switching the ignition off and then power on the unit again.
: If touching the white rectangle for ticking it, when GPS and another work source of
radio, disc, USB, card, AUX or BT are working at the same time, the audio of radio,
disc, USB, card, AUX or BT music and the navigation voice are available. When outputting navigation voice, the audio of radio, disc, USB, card, AUX or BT music is mute;
when no outputting navigation voice, the audio of radio, disc, USB, card, AUX or BT
music is available. If no ticking it, the navigation voice is mute when GPS and another
work source are working at the same time.
: to exit to the page1 of SETTINGS MENU.
3. Entering GPS navigation mode.
After loading a GPS card with an executable navigation map program file and set
the GPS path to the executable navigation map program file, touch the GPS icon
in the home page of the source menu or touch the MAP icon in the top right corner
of the No Video interface of radio, CD, video disc, AUX or BT music to enter GPS
navigation mode.
* If using the GPS icon in the home page to enter GPS mode, it will exit the working
source; if using the MAP icon in the top right corner of the No Video interface of
radio, CD, video disc, AUX or BT music to enter GPS mode, it will not exit the
working source. In GPS mode, use MODE button to enter radio, disc, USB, card,
AUX or BT music mode, it will not exit the working GPS mode.
About navigation operation for details, please refer to the User Manual of the
navigation map.
2. MEDIA/PHOTO/VIEWER
Media Operation
After loading a GPS card with MP3/WMA/MPEG4 files, touch MEDIA icon in the
tools page of the source menu to enter media mode and pop up the media interface as follows:
File
Slide bar
Progress tape
Media interface
Track/chapter list of current MP3/WMA/MPEG4
: to pause or resume playback.
and
: to play next or previous track/chapter after selecting more than 2 tracks.
: to mute or resume sound.
: to enter full-screen mode for MPEG4 or to pause or resume playback for audio.
and
: to increase or decrease volume level.
: to enter the track/chapter list of current MP3/WMA/MPEG4.
: to exit to source menu.
Sreen except key board: pause or resume playback.
progress tape: touch it in progress tape to skip forward or backward to this point.
: to open the folder list of the GPS card.
File : touch a or some files to select it or them.
: to select all tracks/chapter in the current MP3/WMA/MPEG4 folder.
: to play the selected track(s)/chapter(s).
: to exit the track/chapter list to media interface.
: to reorder the tracks/chapters in the current folder by file name.
: to reorder the tracks/chapters in the current folder by file type.
: to reorder the tracks/chapters in the current folder by file size.
: to reorder the tracks/chapters in the current folder by file date.
Slide bar: slide it to slide the track/chapter list down or up.
Photo Operation
After loading a GPS card with photo files, touch PHOTO icon in the photo page of
the source menu to enter photo mode and pop up the photo interface as follows:
Photo interface
GPS card path interface
Photo list
: to enter the GPS card path interface.
: to enter.
: to exit to photo interface.
SDMEM : to enter the data folders list step by step and finally enter photo list.
[..]: To return back to previous interface.
Slide bar: to slide the photo list downward/upward or rightward/leftward.
File : to enter photo interface again and display the photo of this file.
: to zoom out the current photo.
: to display the current photo with the scale of 1:1.
: to zoom in the current photo.
: to display previous photo with the scale of 1:1.
: to display next photo with the scale of 1:1.
: to enter full-screem mode.
: to exit the photo interface to the tools page of the source menu.
Reader Operation
After loading a GPS card with e-book files its extention name are txt, touch
READER icon in the tools page of the source menu to enter Reader mode and
pop up the reader interface as follows:
Reader interface
E-book list
: to enter the GPS card path interface.
SDMEM : to enter the data folders list step by step and finally enter e-book list.
File : to enter Reader interface again and display the e-book of this file.
: to the home page.
: to automatically slide page upward or stop sliding.
: to the end page.
: to previous page.
: to next page.
: to pop up the information interface of the current e-book.
: to pop up the e-book setting interface.
: to exit Reader interface to the tools page of the source menu.
information interface of the current e-book
E-book setting interface
: to exit the information interface of the current e-book to Reader interface.
: touch it to open the scroll speed list and then touch one of them to set it.
: touch it to open the font size list and then touch one of them to set it.
: to pop up the word color setting interface.
: to pop up the background color setting interface.
: to confirm the setting and exit to Reader interface.
: to exit to Reader interface.
Word color setting interface
Background color setting interface
R slide bar : to set tint of red color.
G slide bar : to set tint of green color.
B slide bar : to set tint of blue color.
: to confirm setting and exit to the e-book setting interface.
: to exit to the e-book setting interface.
Calculator and Calendar
1. Calculator
Touch CAL icon in the tools page of the source menu to pop up calculator interface as follows:
Calculator interface
: to clear the number in the memory.
: to display the number in the memory as inputting a number during arithmetic
operation.
: to store the current displaying number in the memory and display M in the left
side of the display frame.
: to make the current displaying number and the number in the memory plused
and store it in the memory.
: to change the current displaying number into positive or negative one.
: to clear the current displaying number.
: to reset the calculator to zero.
: to clear the last input digit.
: to exit to the tools page of the source menu.
*
The memory can store only the last number.
2. Calendar
Touch DAY icon in the tools page of the source menu to pop up calendar interface
as follows:
Calendar interface
: to select the desired date.
: to select the desired month.
: to select the desired year.
: to exit to the tools page of the source menu.
GAME
1. MINE
Touch MINE icon in the games page of the source menu to pop up MINE game
interface as follows:
MINE game interface
LINK game interface
2. LINK
Touch LINK icon in the games page of the source menu to pop up LINK game
interface as above.
3. FIVE CHESS
Touch FIVE CHESS icon in the games page of the source menu to pop up FIVE
CHESS game interface as follows:
FIVE CHESS game interface
BW CHESS game interface
4. BW CHESS
Touch BW CHESS icon in the games page of the source menu to pop up BW
CHESS game interface as above.
5. MOLE
Touch MOLE icon in the games page of the source menu to pop up MOLE game
interface as follows:
MOLE game interface
Troubleshooting
Please read the user manual carefully before using the car A/V system. If you have any
difficulty using this car A/V system, refer to the troubleshooting guide . If you are still
unable to resolve the problem after using all the suggestions, please contact your dealer
or an authorised service centre .
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NO PICTURE, SOUND
Ensure that the power switch is on.
Ensure that the power cord is not damaged or the fuse is not blown.
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NO SOUND BUT HAVE PICTURE
Ensure that the player’s audio output is properly connected to the speaker’s audio
input.
Check whether the audio connector is damaged.
Check whether you have turned down the volume.
Ensure that the audio is not in MUTE mode.
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BLACK AND WHITE PICTURE OR SCREEN ROLLING
Ensure that you have set right mode of video system (e.g. PAL, NTSC).
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FLAWS OF PICTURE OR SOUND
Check whether disc is scratched or stained.
Check whether AV connector and output terminal is stained.
Check whether there is condensation inside the lens. If so, power on the player and do
not work for an hour or so, then try again.
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DISPLAYS: NO DISC OR BAD DISC
Ensure that you have inserted a disc into the disc slot.
Check whether disc is inserted with label side upwards.
Check whether disc is bent.
Check whether disc is stained or scratched badly.
Ensure that disc format is compatible to the player.
Ensure that temperature inside the car is not too high. If so, cool off until the ambient
temperature returns to normal.
Insert another disc into the disc slot.
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REMOTE CONTROL IS INSENSITIVE OR DOES NOT WORK
Check whether the lithium cell of the remote control is powerful and working properly.
Direct the IR emitting window of the remote control to the IR sensor of main unit.
Check whether there are some obstacles between remote control and main unit.
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SOME FUNCTION BUTTONS DO NOT WORK
Turn off ACC power, then turn on again.
Reset unit to zero, then turn on again.
Remove control panel from chassis, reattach it onto the chassis and then turn it on again.
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RADIO DOES NOT WORK
Check whether antenna cable is connected firmly.
Manually tune for a station.
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Specification
General
Power Supply Requirement..................................................DC 12V
Current consumption........................................................10A MAX.
Audio
Signal Output ............................................................ 2ch&4ch line out
Frequency Response................................................... 20 Hz - 20 KHz
S/N Ratio ........................................................................... 90 dB (JIS)
Wow and Flutter ............................................ Below measurable limits
TFT Monitor
Monitor Screen Size ......................................................... 7 Inch Wide
Color System ..................................................................... NTSC/PAL
Disc/USB/Card
Compatible Format.... Digital Video/MPEG4/VCD/IMAGE/MP3/WMA/CD
Radio
FM
Frequency range.............................................87.5MHz - 10 7 . 9 MHz
Usable sensitivity..................................................................15dBu
I.F Frequency...................................................................10.7MHz
AM( M W)
Frequency..........................................................5 30 KHz - 1 71 0KHz
Usable sensitivity..................................................................40dBu
I.F Frequency.....................................................................450KHz
BT:
B T specification .............................................................. V1.2 Class 2
B T profile supporte .............................................................................
................................ Headset, Handsfree and A2DP & AVRCP profiles
Range of frequency ................................................. 2.4GHz Spectrum
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