Audiovox In - Dash Navigation Radio Owner`s manual

Owner’s Manual
In - Dash Navigation Radio
Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of the In-Dash Navigation Radio. Please read
the instruction manual for this product before using. The documentation provided
will allow you to fully enjoy all the features this unit has to offer. Please save this
manual for future reference.
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WARNING!
Never install this unit where
operation and viewing could interfere
with safe driving conditions.
WARNING!
To reduce the risk of a traffic accident
(except when using for rear view video
camera) never use the video display
function while driving the vehicle.
This is a violation of federal law.
WARNING!
To prevent injury from shock or
fire, never expose this unit to
moisture or water.
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WARNING!
Never disassemble the unit.
WARNING!
Never use irregular discs.
WARNING!
To prevent damage to the mechanism
inside this unit, avoid impact
to the unit’s monitor.
WARNING!
Using an improper fuse may cause
damage to the unit and result in a fire.
Contents
WARNINGS���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2
FEATURES������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 7
CONTROLS AND INDICATORS�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9
Controls and Indicators������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 9
Media Link ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������11
Hands Free Microphone����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������11
DVD/CD Basics���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������12
Types of Discs Your System Will Play��������������������������������������������������������������������12
DVD Region Code������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������12
QUICK START GUIDE������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������13
Turning the Unit ON or OFF��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������13
Playing a DVD/CD/MP3 Disc��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������13
Selecting Audio/Video Sources, Navigation or System Settings������������������������13
Adjusting the Volume��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������14
Muting the Audio����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������14
Adjusting Fade and Balance��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������15
Adjusting Equalizer Controls������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������15
Setting System Time����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������16
Resetting the System ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������16
MAIN MENU������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������15
Main Menu Screen��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������15
CD/MP3 AUDIO DISC OPERATION����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������19
CD Controls Screen������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������19
Tracklist Direct Entry Screen����������������������������������������������������������������������������������20
MP3 Controls Screen����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������21
Folder Direct Entry Screen��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������22
DVD OPERATION��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������23
DVD Controls Screen����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������23
On Screen Controls����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������25
Picture Adjustment Screen ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������26
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AM/FM RADIO OPERATION ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������27
AM/FM Radio Screen����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������27
XM SATELLITE RADIO OPERATION��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������29
XM Satellite Radio Screen������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������29
XM Radio Direct Entry Screen��������������������������������������������������������������������������������30
Channel Guide Screen����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������31
XM Radio ID������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������31
iPOD/iPHONE OPERATION������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������33
iPod/iPhone Screen������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������33
Search Screen��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������34
Setup Screen����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������35
Picture Adjustment Screen ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������35
REAR LCD OPERATION��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������37
Rear LCD Screen������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������37
NAVIGATION QUICK START ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������39
Navigation Screen��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������39
Navigation Quick Start ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������39
Adjusting the Navigation Voice Volume������������������������������������������������������������40
AV IN OPERATION������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������41
AV IN Screen��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������41
Setup Screen����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������41
Picture Adjustment Screen ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������42
USB OPERATION��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������43
USB Screen����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������43
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Playlist Screen��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������44
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BLUETOOTH OPERATION ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������45
Bluetooth Screen����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������45
To Adjust Your Call’s Volume����������������������������������������������������������������������������������46
Pairing Your Wireless Phone��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������47
To Pair a Wireless Phone to the Unit��������������������������������������������������������������������47
To Pair the Unit to a Wireless Phone��������������������������������������������������������������������48
To Delete Paired Wireless Phones������������������������������������������������������������������������49
Making Outgoing Calls������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������49
To Dial Directly������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������49
To Make an Outgoing Call Using Your Contact List����������������������������������������50
Managing Incoming Calls������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������50
To Answer an Incoming Call ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������50
To Reject an Incoming Call��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������50
Call Waiting����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������51
Device Screen ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������51
Bluetooth Settings Screen�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������52
PIN Code Setting Screen��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������52
Contacts List Screen ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������52
Contacts Keyboard Screen����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������52
Call Log Screen��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������53
Bluetooth Music Function������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������54
SYSTEM SETTINGS����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������55
First Settings Screen����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������55
Touch Screen Calibration����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������56
Information Screen����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������56
Second Settings Screen����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������57
System Time Set Screen ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������58
AUDIO/EQUALIZER CONTROLS ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������59
Audio Control Screen��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������59
Equalizer Screen������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������59
REARVIEW CAMERA ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������61
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Features
General
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Built-in navigation
Composite video outputs for additional screens
Audio /Video auxiliary input
Rotary encoder audio control
Nine-Band EQ with three preset and three user-defined EQ curves
Subwoofer control
Rear camera input
DVD
• Aspect ratio - 16 : 9 or 4 : 3
• Fast forward, fast reverse
• Play, pause, stop, next chapter, and previous chapter
CD / MP3 / WMA
• Direct track access
• Forward / Reverse track search
• Random, repeat, and intro
• Play, pause, stop, next track, and previous track
AM-FM
• Station presets (12 FM, 6 AM, 18 XM)
• Auto stereo/mono
• Seek and scan
Satellite Radio Ready
• Compatible with XM Tuner (sold separately)
• Satellite channel name, artist, song and categories displayed
on monitor
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iPod/iPhone
• Access iPod/iPhone playlists, artists, albums, songs, and video (requires video
iPod), and shows album art
• Power management charges iPod/iPhone while connected
Media
• USB - Supports most hard drives and flash memory drives
• 3.5 mm audio/video input
Navigation
• The mobile multimedia receiver provides turn-by-turn guidance with
a large map and points-of-interest database.
• Independent volume control
Bluetooth
• Bluetooth hands-free profile for safety / convenience
and A2DP profile for streaming music from a PDA / PMP
• Call waiting and caller ID for call on hold
• Call automatically transfered to handset when vehicle is turned off
• Independent volume control
Rear Camera
• The in-dash navigation radio is “camera ready.”
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Controls and Indicators
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NOTE: The above image shows a generic radio. Your radio may or may not have the
following features.
CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
1. Power, Volume, and Mute Control Knob
Press the knob to turn the unit on. Press and hold the knob for 2 seconds to turn
the unit off. Rotate the knob to adjust the volume from 0 to 60. Press the knob
momentarity to mute the audio. Press the knob again to restore the audio.
2. Eject ( ) Button
Press this button to eject a DVD/CD/MP3 disc. Disc play is stopped, the disc is
ejected and the unit will change to radio operation. If the disc is not removed from
the unit and the button is pressed again, the disc will be re-loaded. If the disc is
not removed from the disc slot within 10 seconds of being ejected, it will be automatically re-loaded to prevent it from being accidentally damaged.
3. Not Used
Not used.
4. LCD Screen and Touch Screen
Press icons on this screen to access menus or control functions.
5. Disc Slot
Accepts DVD/CD/MP3 discs. If the unit is turned on, playback begins when a disc is
inserted.
6. Reset Button
Press this button to reset the system to correct a system halt or other illegal
operation. Use the tip of a pen to press the Reset button. The Reset button may be
located in a different location on your model.
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7. MAP Cover
Covers the Micro SD card slot. The Micro SD card slot is used for the Navigation
Map only, not for music or other files. This may be used for firmware updates if
required.
8. Tune/Audio Control Knob
When the unit is set to Radio mode, rotate this knob to acquire the next or
previous available frequency. When the unit is set to MP3/USB player mode, rotate
this knob to select a song. When the unit is set to the XM Satellite radio mode,
rotate this knob to select a channel. When the unit is set to the DVD mode, rotate
this knob to select the next or previous chapter.
Press this knob to access the Audio Controls Screen. Press this knob again to exit.
9. PHONE Button
Press this button to access the Bluetooth touch screen menu.
10.SETUP Button
Press this button to access the Settings touch screen menu.
11.MENU Button
Press this button to access the Main touch screen menu.
12.SRC Button
Press this button to switch between the available audio/video sources applied to
the unit.
13.XM Button
Press this button to access the XM Satellite Radio touch screen menu (if equipped).
14.Dimmer ( ) Button
Press this button to adjust the LCD screen brightness as follows: Screen Off, Dark,
Soft or Bright.
15.SEEK + Button
When the unit is set to Radio mode, press this button to acquire the next available
frequency. When the unit is set to iPod/iPhone/MP3/USB player mode, press this
button to select the next song. When the unit is set to XM Satellite Radio mode (if
equipped), press this button to select the next channel.
16. SEEK - Button
When the unit is set to Radio mode, press this button to acquire the previous
available frequency. When the unit is set to iPod/iPhone/MP3/USB player mode,
press this button to select the previous song. When the unit is set to XM Satellite
Radio mode (if equipped), press this button to select the previous channel.
17.DEST Button
Press this button to access the Navigation mode and enter a desired destination.
18.NAV Button
Press this button to switch between the Navigation mode and the current source
being played. For example, you may switch from the radio to navigation and then
back to the radio.
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Controls and Indicators
NOTE: I f your vehicle is equipped with steering wheel controls for the audio
system, the controls may function differently than described in the vehicle
owners manual. The Advent In-Dash Navigation Radio system may function
differently than the OEM radio due to added features and functions that the
OEM radio did not support. This is normal operation.
MEDIA LINK
The unit is supplied with a Media Link which can accept signals from various
audio/video devices. The Media Link is installed and routed to an accessible
vehicle location during installation.
The media link will accept a USB device, a 3.5 mm jack, or an iPod/iPhone.
NOTE: F or basic connectivity, your iPod/iPhone must be connected to the Media
Link using the iPod/iPhone adapter cable that comes with your iPod/
iPhone or is available separately. For iPod/iPhone video playback, you must
purchase the Jensen JLINK-USB cable or equivalent.
HANDS FREE MICROPHONE
The hands-free microphone is installed in your vehicle in an accessible location
that provides optimum voice reception. For best reception, speak loudly and
clearly.
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DVD/CD BASICS
To get the optimum use out of your CD/DVD player, please read this section.
Types of Discs Your System Will Play
Your system will play the following types of discs:
• DVD disc - DVD discs that contain audio and/or video.
• Audio discs - Audio CDs that contain musical or sound content only.
• MP3 discs - A
disc that contains audio files (for example, a CD-R with
downloaded MP3 files). MP3 discs can hold a maximum of 500
songs/folders per disc.
This unit is capable of playing most recordable DVD formats. However, due to the
variety of disc manufacturers and software, playback can not be guaranteed for
every disc.
DVD Region Code
The DVD player is preset to a region code at the factory depending on where the
unit is sold. DVDs are also coded by region. These region codes must match in
order for the disc to play. If the region codes do not match, the disc will not play.
This DVD player is set to Region 1 (USA) and will not play discs that have a region
code different from Region 1.
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Quick Start Guide
Turning the Unit ON or OFF:
Press the front panel Power/Volume/Mute control knob to turn the unit on. To turn
the unit off, press and hold the front panel Power/Volume/Mute control knob for
2 seconds.
Playing a DVD/CD/MP3 Disc:
1. Turn the unit on.
2. Insert a DVD/CD/MP3 disc into the disc slot, label side up. Playback begins
when a disc is inserted.
NOTE: When properly installed, DVD video can not be displayed on the front
LCD screen unless the parking brake is applied.
Selecting Audio/Video Sources, Navigation or System Settings:
1. Press the front panel MENU button or touch screen Menu icon to view the Main
Menu Screen.
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ress the touch screen Disc, Radio, XM Radio, iPod, Rear LCD, Navigation, AV IN,
USB, Bluetooth or Settings icon. The icon is gray if the source is not available.
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Adjusting the Volume:
To increase or decrease the volume level, rotate the front panel Power/Volume/
Mute control knob. The unit’s front panel screen will display the volume level for
3 seconds. The volume level ranges from 0 to 60.
Navigation, Bluetooth, and OnStar/Bluelink (if equipped) volume can be adjusted
independently of the radio volume by rotating the Power/Volume/Mute control
knob. The navigation must be talking, Bluetooth must be in a call, and OnStar/
Bluelink must be activated when making the volume adjustment. When exiting
Navigation, Bluetooth, and OnStar/Bluelink, the volume will return to the previous
source volume level.
Muting the Audio:
Press the front panel Power/Volume/Mute control knob to mute the audio from
the unit. The Mute Indicator is displayed on the LCD screen. Press the Power/
Volume/Mute control knob again to restore the audio volume to its previous level.
Adjusting the volume or using any of the audio setup features cancels the mute
function.
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Quick Start Guide
Adjusting Fade and Balance:
1. Press the front panel Tune/Audio control knob or the touch screen
icon to view the Audio Control Screen.
Audio
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ress the left ( L ) or right ( R ) icons to adjust the left/right balance, or press the
front ( F ) or rear ( R ) icons to adjust the front/rear fade.
3. Press the touch screen Back icon to return to the current source.
Adjusting Equalizer Controls:
1. Select an audio/video source.
2. Press the touch screen
EQ - Equalizer icon to view the Equalizer Screen.
3. T o adjust audio to meet the acoustical characteristics of your vehicle:
a. Press the 9-band graphic equalizer up or down cursors, or
b. Select a preset level by pressing the Classical, Pop or Flat icons, or
c. Select a user-defined setting by pressing the User 1, User 2 or User 3 icons.
4. Press the touch screen Back icon to return to the current source.
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Setting System Time:
1. Press the front panel SETUP button or front panel Settings icon. A Settings
Screen appears.
2. Press the Next icon. A second Settings Screen appears.
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ress the Up (p) or Down (q) icon to select your time zone.
4. Press the Time Set icon to view the Set System Time Screen.
5. P
ress the Increase (p) icon or Decrease (q) icon to set the desired year, month,
day, hour, minute or seconds value.
6. Press the Back Icon to return to the previous screen.
Resetting the System:
To correct a system halt or other illegal operation, use the tip of a pen to press the
reset button located on the front of your unit or press the System Reset icon on
the Settings Screen.
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Main Menu
MAIN MENU SCREEN
The Main Menu Screen allows you
to select an audio/video source for
your vehicle’s front and rear zone.
In addition, you may access the
Navigation or System Setup functions.
Mute Indicator:
This indicator is displayed when the
volume is muted.
Time Display:
This indicator displays the time as
entered by the user in the Settings
Menu.
Disc Icon:
Press this icon to access the CD/DVD/
MP3 Controls Screens. The screen that
appears depends on the type of disc
that you have inserted. This icon is gray
(not functional) if a CD/DVD/MP3 disc is
not inserted.
Radio Icon:
Press this icon to access AM/FM Radio
Screen.
XM Radio Icon:
Press this icon to access the XM
Satellite Radio Screen. This icon is gray
(not functional) if your vehicle is not
equipped with XM Satellite Radio.
iPod Icon:
Press this icon to access the iPod/iPhone
Screen. This icon is gray (not functional)
if an iPod/iPhone is not connected to
the Media Link.
Rear LCD Icon:
Press this icon to access the Rear LCD
Screen. This screen allows a user to
control DVD video in the rear of a
vehicle equipped with rear monitors.
Navigation Icon:
Press this icon to access the Navigation
Screen.
AV IN Icon:
Press this icon to access the Audio/
Video Input Screen. This icon is gray (not
functional) if an audio/video device is
not connected to the Media Link.
USB Icon:
Press this icon to access the contents
of a USB device. This icon is gray (not
functional) if a USB device is not
connected to the Media Link.
Bluetooth Icon:
Press this icon to access the Bluetooth
Screen.
Settings Icon:
Press this icon to access the Settings
Screen.
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Orange/Blue Icon:
Press this icon to switch between an
orange or blue menu display.
NOTE: Video will turn off and audio
will mute for approximately ten
seconds as the unit switches
between the orange and blue
menus.
Night/Day Icon:
Press this icon to dim or brighten the
display. The display will dim when night
mode is selected and brighten when
day mode is selected. This icon is gray
(not functional) when the Auto Dimmer
setting is turned on in the settings
menu.
Screen Off Icon:
Press this icon to turn the display off.
Touch the screen to resume normal
display.
Dark, Soft, and Bright Icons:
Press the Dark, Soft or Bright icons to
adjust the screen brightness to suit your
preferences.
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CD/MP3 Audio Disc Operation
Information Display
CD CONTROLS SCREEN
Upon inserting a compact disc, CD
mode is entered and disc playback
begins.
MENU Icon:
Press this icon to return to the Main
Menu Screen.
Mute Indicator:
This indicator is displayed when the
volume is muted.
Time Display:
This indicator displays the time as
entered by the user in the Settings
Menu.
Playback Information Display:
Displays the type of disc currently
inserted, title number, track number,
elapsed time, file, folder, and stop/play/
pause status information.
EQ - Equalizer Icon:
Press this icon to access the equalizer
controls.
Audio Icon:
Press this icon to access the audio
controls.
Previous Icon:
Press this icon to play the previous
track.
Fast Reverse Icon:
Press this icon to fast reverse playback.
Play/Pause Icon:
Press this icon to begin playback. Press
this icon again to pause playback.
Stop Icon:
Press this icon to stop playback.
Fast Forward Icon:
Press this icon to fast forward playback.
Next Icon:
Press this icon to play the next track.
Mute Icon:
Press this icon to mute the audio output
of the unit. The mute indicator will
appear. Press this icon again to unmute the volume. The mute indicator
disappears.
Folder Icon:
When a CD is playing, this icon is gray,
indicating that it can not be selected.
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Tracklist Icon:
Press this icon to access the Tracklist
Direct Entry Screen.
Repeat Icon:
Press this icon during playback to
repeat playback of the current track.
The icon will light and the track will
repeat. Press this icon a second time
cancel repeat. The icon will dim and
playback of the remainder of the CD will
resume.
Shuffle Icon:
Press this icon to play tracks in the
directory in a random order.
Scan Icon:
When a CD is playing, this icon is gray,
indicating that it can not be selected.
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TRACKLIST DIRECT ENTRY SCREEN
When the Tracklist icon is pressed, the
Tracklist Direct Entry Screen appears.
You can directly select a track by
pressing the corresponding number
icon. Title number, track number, and
elapsed time information is displayed.
Back Icon:
Press this icon to return to the CD
Controls Screen.
CD/MP3 Audio Disc Operation
Information Display
MP3 CONTROLS SCREEN
MP3 is a format for storing digital audio.
An audio CD-quality song can be
compressed into the MP3 format with
very little loss of quality, while taking up
much less space.
Upon inserting a MP3 disc, MP3 mode is
entered and disc playback begins. The
unit plays the songs in the order they
were burned on to the disc. The unit will
play a MP3 disc with up to 500 songs
and/or 200 different folders.
MENU Icon:
Press this icon to return to the Main
Menu Screen.
Mute Indicator:
This indicator is displayed when the
volume is muted.
Time Display:
This indicator displays the time as
entered by the user in the Settings
Menu.
Playback Information Display:
Displays type of disc currently inserted,
title number, track number, elapsed
time, file, folder, and stop/play/pause
status information.
EQ - Equalizer Icon:
Press this icon to access the equalizer
controls.
Audio Icon:
Press this icon to access the audio
controls.
Previous Icon:
Press this icon to play the previous file.
Fast Reverse Icon:
Press this icon to fast reverse playback.
Play/Pause Icon:
Press this icon to begin playback. Press
this icon again to pause playback.
Stop Icon:
Press this icon to stop playback.
Fast Forward Icon:
Press this icon to fast forward playback.
Next Icon:
Press this icon to play the next file.
Mute Icon:
Press this icon to mute the audio output
of the unit. The mute indicator will
appear. Press this icon again to unmute the volume. The mute indicator
disappears.
Folder Icon:
Press this icon to access the Folder
Direct Entry Screen.
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Tracklist Icon:
When a MP3 disc is playing, this icon
is gray, indicating that it can not be
selected.
Repeat Icon:
Press this icon during playback to
repeat playback of the current track.
The icon will light and the track will
repeat. Press this icon a second time
cancel repeat. The icon will dim and
playback of the remainder of the folder
will resume.
Shuffle Icon:
Press this icon to play files in the folder
in a random order.
Scan Icon:
When a MP3 disc is playing, this icon
is gray, indicating that it can not be
selected.
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FOLDER DIRECT ENTRY SCREEN
When the Folder icon is pressed, the
Folder Direct Entry Screen appears.
Back Icon:
Press this icon to return to the MP3
Controls Screen.
Folder Icon:
Press this icon to view the list of folders
burnt on to the disc. You can directly
access the folder contents by pressing
the corresponding folder name icon.
The folder name icon is located on the
right side of the screen.
NOTE: Depending on the amount
of songs, type of CD, and
recording method used, the file
list may load slowly. Also, the
information shown will reflect
the information stored on the CD
by your recording program. Not
all recording programs will index
the song data the same way.
File Icon:
Press this icon to view a list of MP3
files located in a directory. You can
directly play back a file by pressing
the corresponding file name icon. The
file name icon is located on the right
side of the screen. Title number, track
number, and elapsed time information
is displayed.
DVD Operation
Information Display
DVD CONTROLS SCREEN
Upon inserting a DVD disc, DVD mode
is entered and disc playback begins.
NOTE: When properly installed, DVD
video can not be displayed on
the front LCD screen unless the
parking brake is applied. Rear
zone video outputs and rear
video screens, if equipped, will
operate normally.
MENU Icon:
Press this icon to return to the Main
Menu Screen.
Mute Indicator:
This indicator is displayed when the
volume is muted.
Time Display:
This indicator displays the time as
entered by the user in the Settings
Menu.
Playback Information Display:
Displays type of disc currently inserted,
title number, track number, elapsed
time, file, folder, and stop/play/pause
status information.
EQ - Equalizer Icon:
Press this icon to access the equalizer
controls.
Audio Icon:
Press this icon to access the audio
controls.
Previous Icon:
Press this icon to play the previous
chapter.
Fast Reverse Icon:
Press this icon to fast reverse video
playback.
Play/Pause Icon:
Press this icon to begin playback. Press
this icon again to pause playback.
Stop Icon:
Press this icon to stop playback.
Fast Forward Icon:
Press this icon to fast forward video
playback.
Next Icon:
Press this icon to play the next chapter.
Mute Icon:
Press this icon to mute the audio output
of the unit. The mute indicator will
appear. Press this icon again to unmute the volume. The mute indicator
disappears.
Folder Icon:
When a DVD is playing, this icon is gray,
indicating that it can not be selected.
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4:3 Icon:
Press this icon to view a standard
display image. The standard display
image has a 4 to 3 ratio of horizontal
to vertical, leaving a blank area on the
right and left sides of the display.
16:9 Icon:
Press this icon to view a wide screen
display image. The wide screen display
image has a 16 to 9 ratio of horizontal
to vertical, leaving a blank area on the
top and bottom sides of the display.
Full Icon:
Press this icon to stretch the video to fill
the entire screen.
Video Icon:
Press this icon to return to the video
display.
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DVD Operation
ON-SCREEN CONTROLS
To access the on-screen controls, touch
the screen while a DVD is playing.
NOTE: The On-Screen Controls will turn
off automatically if no selection
is made within four seconds or if
any other button is pressed.
Elapser Time Indicator:
This indicator displays the elapsed
playing time of the current chapter.
Audio Icon:
Press this icon to select an audio
language for DVD playback. The audio
language depends on the information
available on each disc.
Subtitle Icon:
Press this icon to select an the subtitle
language to be shown on the screen.
The subtitle language depends on the
information available on each disc.
Back Icon:
Press this icon to return to the DVD
Controls Screen.
p, q, t, u, and OK Icons:
Press the p, q, t, or u icons to
navigate the DVD root menu. Press the
OK icon to select an item.
Main Menu Icon:
Press this icon to view the DVD root
menu.
Fast Reverse Icon:
Press this icon to fast reverse video
playback.
Fast Forward Icon:
Press this icon to fast forward video
playback.
Setup Icon:
Press this icon to access the Picture
Adjustment Screen.
Previous Icon:
Press this icon to play the previous
chapter.
Play/Pause Icon:
Press this icon to begin playback. Press
this icon again to pause playback.
Stop Icon:
Press this icon to stop playback.
Next Icon:
Press this icon to play the next chapter.
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PICTURE ADJUSTMENT SCREEN
When watching a video, the color, tint,
contrast or brightness levels can be
adjusted to suit your preferences.
NOTE: The Picture Adjustment Screen
will turn off automatically if no
adjustment is made within four
seconds or if any other button is
pressed.
Adjustment Bar Icon:
Press the t or u cursor icons to
decrease or increase the desired setting
by one increment.
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AM/FM Radio Operation
Preset Icons
Banner Display
AM/FM RADIO SCREEN
MENU Icon:
Press this icon to return to the Main
Menu Screen.
Mute Indicator:
This indicator is displayed when the
volume is muted.
Time Display:
This indicator displays the time as
entered by the user in the Settings
Menu.
EQ - Equalizer Icon:
Press this icon to access the equalizer
controls.
Audio Icon:
Press this icon to access the audio
controls.
Previous Icon:
Press this icon to tune to the previous
strong station in a lower frequency
band.
Frequency Indicator:
Displays the frequency of the radio
station that is currently playing.
Next Icon:
Press this icon to tune to the next
strong station in a higher frequency
band.
Preset Icons
Presets consist of stations that were
stored into memory. The radio can store
12 FM (6 FM1 and 6 FM2) and 6 AM
stations. The preset icon displays the
frequency of the station that it currently
set to.
To store a station:
1. Tune to the desired station.
2. Press and hold a preset icon for five
seconds to store a station.
3. Release the icon. The icon lights and
the station’s frequency appears.
To recall a station:
1. Press FM1, FM2 or AM, as required.
2. Press the preset icon to select the
station.
Banner Display
Displays banner messages that may be
transmitted by certain stations.
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Mute Icon:
Press this icon to mute the audio output
of the unit. The mute indicator will
appear. Press this icon again to unmute the volume. The mute indicator
disappears.
FM1 Icon:
Press this icon to select the FM1 band
and to view FM1 station presets. Up to
six FM1 presets may be stored.
FM2 Icon:
Press this icon to select the FM2 band
and to view FM2 station presets. Up to
six FM2 presets may be stored.
AM Icon:
Press this icon select the AM band to
view AM station presets. Up to six AM
presets may be stored.
Scan Icon:
Press this icon to scan for the next
strong station. The unit will pause for
approximately four seconds at that
station. Press Scan again to listen to
that station. If Scan is not pressed, the
unit will automatically seek the next
station.
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XM Satellite Radio Operation
Preset Icons
Status Indicator
XM SATELLITE RADIO SCREEN
(if Equipped)
NOTE: P
lease use Jensen XMDirect2
Connection Cable Model
CNPJEN1 and Jensen
XMDirect2 Vehicle Tuner Model
CNP2000UCA.
MENU Icon:
Press this icon to return to the Main
Menu Screen.
Antenna Indicator:
As the strength of the satellite radio
signal increases, the number of
illuminated segments increases.
Mute Indicator:
This indicator is displayed when the
volume is muted.
Time Display:
This indicator displays the time as
entered by the user in the Settings
Menu.
Information Display:
Displays XM channel, category, title,
and artist information.
EQ - Equalizer Icon:
Press this icon to access the equalizer
controls.
Audio Icon:
Press this icon to access the audio
controls.
Channel Icon:
Press the Previous ( ) icon to tune to
the previous channel. Press the
Next ( ) icon to tune to the next
channel.
Category Icon:
Categories group music by type such
as jazz, rock, classical, etc. Press the
Previous ( ) icon to display the
previous channel within the currently
selected category. Press the Next ( )
icon to display the next channel within
the currently selected category.
Preset Icons:
Presets consist of channels that were
stored into memory. Press a preset icon
to tune to a preset channel. The radio
can store eighteen XM presets.
To store a preset:
1. Select a channel.
2. Press and hold a preset icon. After
approximately two seconds, the
channel name will appear on the
icon, indicating that the currently
playing channel is now set into that
preset memory position.
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Status Indicator:
Displays XM Satellite Radio status
information.
Mute Icon:
Press this icon to mute the audio output
of the unit. The mute indicator will
appear. Press this icon again to unmute the volume. The mute indicator
disappears.
Band Icon:
Only six preset icons will display at a
time. Press this icon to display the next
six preset icons.
Scan Icon:
Press this icon to scan for the next
available channel. The unit will pause
for approximately four seconds at that
channel. Press Scan again to listen to
that channel. If Scan is not pressed, the
unit will automatically seek the next
channel.
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Direct Entry Icon:
Press this icon to access the XM Radio
Direct Entry Screen.
XM RADIO DIRECT ENTRY SCREEN
When the Direct Entry icon is pressed,
a keyboard appears. You can enter a
number corresponding to a desired
XM channel using the numeric keypad.
Once the desired XM channel is
entered, press the Enter (
) icon and
the unit will tune to the XM channel.
Press the Clear icon to clear the keypad
display.
Back Icon:
Press this icon to return to the XM
Satellite Radio Screen.
XM Satellite Radio Operation
Channel Guide Icon:
Press this icon to access the Channel
Guide Screen.
XM RADIO ID
The XM Radio ID consists of eight
alphanumeric characters. To view the
XM Radio ID:
1. Enter the XM Radio Direct Entry
Screen.
2. Using the keyboard, press zero and
then press Enter (
). The XM
Radio ID will be displayed.
CHANNEL GUIDE SCREEN
When the Channel Guide icon is
pressed, a channel list appears. Press a
channel in the list boxes to tune to that
channel. Press the Scroll Down ( q )
icon to view the next page or the Scroll
Up ( p ) icon to view the previous page.
Back Icon:
Press this icon to return to the XM
Satellite Radio Screen.
CH Icon:
Press this icon to display a listing of
available channels.
Cat Icon:
Press this icon to view a listing of
available categories.
Prev Icon:
Press this icon to access the previous
page of the list.
Next Icon:
Press this icon to access the next page
of the list.
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iPod/iPhone Operation
iPOD/iPHONE SCREEN
You can control your iPod/iPhone via
the touch screen to access playlists,
artists, albums, songs, videos, etc.
NOTE: F or basic connectivity, your iPod/
iPhone must be connected to
the Media Link using the iPod/
iPhone adapter cable that comes
with your iPod/iPhone or is
available separately. For iPod/
iPhone video playback, you must
purchase the Jensen JLINK-USB
cable or equivalent.
MENU Icon:
Press this icon to return to the Main
Menu Screen.
Mute Indicator:
This indicator is displayed when the
volume is muted.
Time Display:
This indicator displays the time as
entered by the user in the Settings
Menu.
Playback Information Display:
Displays track, artist, album, and
elapsed playing time information.
Preview Window:
Displays album art, if available.
EQ - Equalizer Icon:
Press this icon to access the equalizer
controls.
Audio Icon:
Press this icon to access the audio
controls.
Shuffle Icon:
Press this icon to play tracks in the
directory in a random order. The Shuffle
Indicator
is displayed when shuffle
mode is active.
RPT Icon:
Press this icon during playback to
repeat playback of the current track.
Press this icon a second time to repeat
all tracks in a directory. Press the
icon once again to turn the repeat
feature off. The Repeat Indicator
is
displayed when repeat mode is active.
Mute Icon:
Press this icon to mute the audio output
of the unit. The mute indicator will
appear. Press this icon again to unmute the volume. The mute indicator
disappears.
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Previous Icon:
Press this icon to play the previous track
in the directory.
Play/Pause Icon:
Press this icon to begin playback. Press
this icon again to pause playback.
Next Icon:
Press this icon to play the next track in
the directory.
Video Icon:
Press this icon to view full screen
video. This icon is gray if a video is not
currently selected for playback.
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Search Icon:
Press this icon to view the Search
Screen.
SEARCH SCREEN
The Search Screen allows you to search
for music or video files stored in your
iPod/iPhone. Press the Music List Box
to search for music grouped by songs,
albums, artists, genres or playlists. Press
the Video List Box to view your video
playlist.
Press a list box item to display
more information about that item
or begin playback of that item, as
applicable. Press the Scroll Down
( q ) icon to view the next page
in the menu list or the Scroll Up
( p ) icon to view the previous page.
Back Icon:
Press this icon to return to the iPod/
iPhone Screen.
Prev Icon:
Press this icon to view the previous
page.
Next Icon:
Press this icon to view the next page.
Return Icon:
Press this icon to view the next higher
level of the list hierarchy.
iPod/iPhone Operation
SETUP SCREEN
PICTURE ADJUSTMENT SCREEN
When full screen video is displayed,
touch the LCD screen to view the Setup
Screen.
NOTE: The Setup Screen will turn off
automatically if no selection is
made within four seconds or if
any other button is pressed.
Back Icon:
Press this icon to return to the iPod/
iPhone Screen.
Setup Icon:
Press this icon to access the Picture
Adjustment Screen.
When watching a video, the color, tint,
contrast or brightness levels can be
adjusted to suit your preferences.
NOTE: The Picture Adjustment Screen
will turn off automatically if no
adjustment is made within four
seconds or if any other button is
pressed.
Adjustment Bar Icon:
Press the t or u cursor icons to
decrease or increase the desired setting
by one increment.
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Rear LCD Operation
REAR LCD SCREEN
MENU Icon:
Press this icon to return to the Main
Menu Screen.
Mute Indicator:
This indicator is displayed when the
volume is muted.
Time Display:
This indicator displays the time as
entered by the user in the Settings
Menu.
Perform the following to control the
Previous Icon:
rear monitor(s):
1. Turn on the rear monitor(s). Please
Press this icon to play the previous DVD
refer to the owner’s manual that
chapter or CD track.
came with your monitor(s) for
Play/Pause Icon:
instructions.
Press this icon to begin playback. Press
2. Insert the media (DVD, CD etc) to be the icon again to pause playback.
viewed into the unit.
Next Icon:
3. Access the Main Menu Screen and
Press this icon to advance to the next
press the Rear LCD icon.
DVD chapter or CD track.
4. Use the on screen controls to control
Stop Icon:
rear zone playback.
Press this icon to stop disc playback. To
NOTE: You cannot change or control the resume playback, press the icon again.
front zone source from the rear
zone video screen.
The unit allows two sources to be
played simultaneously. For example,
the unit’s screen can be set to the radio
function while the rear passengers can
watch a DVD video using an optional
rear monitor. The unit provides for
connection of up to two additional
monitors (sold separately) for rear passengers.
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Navigation Quick Start
NAVIGATION SCREEN
The Navigation mode can be selected
in a number of ways. Navigation can
be accessed from the Main Menu.
Navigation can also be selected by
pressing the front panel NAV or DEST
buttons.
NOTE: B
efore operating your NavMate
software, please carefully read
and follow the instructions
provided in the Navigation
Owner’s Manual. Make sure that
you are familiar with the system’s
features and know how to
operate the system.
3. A
ccess the Main Menu:
Press the icon labeled “Press to
accept” access the navigation main
menu (“Select location”) screen.
4. S elect a Destination:
You have many ways to select a
destination. Select by touching
screen:
NAVIGATION QUICK START
Address or Intersection: Travel to
The following procedure provides a
address entered using on-screen
quick overview of the Navigation mode.
keypad.
1. Access the navigation function:
Point of Interest: Browse or search
You can access the navigation
for point of interest.
function by pressing the front panel
History: Return to previous
NAV/DEST button or by pressing the
destination.
front panel MENU button.
Favorites: Travel to favorite location.
2. Start up :
Coordinates: Travel to a destination
After the NavMate software starts,
specified by coordinates.
you will see the reminder warning
Place on Map: Browse map to
to use your NavMate software safely
choose destination.
and lawfully.
Select one of these functions and
the system will calculate a route to
that destination using the criteria set
in the Setup menu
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5. M
ap/Guide Along Route:
Proceed to the highlighted route
and drive while the NavMate
software provides audible and visual
guidance to your destination.
6. A
rriving at Your Destination
When you are near your destination,
the destination is indicated by a
checkered flag symbol. A voice
prompt will announce that you are
approaching your destination.
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ADJUSTING THE NAVIGATION VOICE
VOLUME
While the Navigation is on and a route
has been programmed, the Navigation
will speak commands. While the
Navigation is speaking, adjust the
volume by turning the radio volume
knob.
You can also push the (
) button in
the upper right corner while navigating
a route to repeat the last instructions
and set your desired volume level. The
Navigation volume will remain at this
level and when done speaking will
return to the previous source (ie, radio)
at the volume level set for that source.
AV IN Operation
AV IN SCREEN
You can play back audio/video from an
external device connected to the unit.
NOTE: Your audio/video device must
be connected to the Media Link
using an audio/video adapter
cable that is available separately.
NOTE: The unit can not directly control
external devices connected to
the Media Link. Please refer to
the owner’s manual that came
with your external device for
instructions.
MENU Icon:
Press this icon to return to the Main
Menu Screen.
Mute Indicator:
This indicator is displayed when the
volume is muted.
Time Display:
This indicator displays the time as
entered by the user in the Settings
Menu.
EQ - Equalizer Icon:
Press this icon to access the equalizer
controls.
Audio Icon:
Press this icon to access the audio
controls.
SETUP SCREEN
When full screen video is displayed,
touch the LCD screen to view the Setup
Screen.
NOTE: The Setup Screen will turn off
automatically if no selection is
made within four seconds or if
any other button is pressed.
Back Icon:
Press this icon to return to the Main
Menu Screen.
Setup Icon:
Press this icon to access the Picture
Adjustment Screen.
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PICTURE ADJUSTMENT SCREEN
When watching a video, the color, tint,
contrast or brightness levels can be
adjusted to suit your preferences.
NOTE: The Picture Adjustment Screen
will turn off automatically if no
adjustment is made within four
seconds or if any other button is
pressed.
Adjustment Bar Icon:
Press the t or u cursor icons to
decrease or increase the desired setting
by one increment.
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USB Operation
Information Display
USB SCREEN
You can control a USB device via the
touch screen to access audio files stored
on that device.
NOTE: Your USB device must be
connected to the Media Link.
NOTE: This unit is capable of playing
most recordable media formats.
However, due to the variety of
media manufacturers, software,
and recording methods, playback
can not be guaranteed.
MENU Icon:
Press this icon to return to the Main
Menu Screen.
Mute Indicator:
This indicator is displayed when the
volume is muted.
Time Display:
This indicator displays the time as
entered by the user in the Settings
Menu.
Playback Information Display:
Displays the type of file currently
playing, track, artist, album, elapsed
time, and play/pause status
information.
EQ - Equalizer Icon:
Press this icon to access the equalizer
controls.
Audio Icon:
Press this icon to access the audio
controls.
Playlist Icon:
Press this icon to access the Playlist
Screen.
Mute Icon:
Press this icon to mute the audio
output.. The mute indicator will appear.
Press this icon again to un-mute the
volume. The mute indicator disappears.
Previous Icon:
Press this icon to play the previous file.
Play/Pause Icon:
Press this icon to begin playback. Press
this icon again to pause playback.
Next Icon:
Press this icon to play the next file.
Shuffle Icon:
Press this icon to play tracks in the
directory in a random order. Press this
icon again to turn the shuffle feature
off.
Repeat Icon:
Press this icon during playback to
repeat playback of the current track.
The icon will light and the track will
repeat. Press this icon a second time
cancel repeat. The icon will dim and
playback of the remainder of the
playlist will resume.
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PLAYLIST SCREEN
The Playlist Screen allows you to search
for music or video files stored in your
USB device. Press a list box item to
display contents of a directory or begin
playback of that item, as applicable.
Press the Scroll Down (q) icon to view
the next page in the menu list or the
Scroll Up (p) icon to view the previous
page.
Back Icon:
Press this icon to return to the USB
Screen.
Prev Icon:
Press this icon to view the previous
page.
Next Icon:
Press this icon to view the next page.
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Bluetooth Operation
Paired Device Identifier
BLUETOOTH SCREEN
Bluetooth® technology has the
capability to wirelessly synchronize
and transfer data among devices. The
Bluetooth audio capabilities can be
used for wireless phones hands free
applications. Before attempting to use
the Bluetooth functions on the unit,
please make sure your wireless phone
supports Bluetooth functions.
We use the latest Parrot Bluetooth
Technology in order to offer you the
best connection, most features, and
easiest pairing, but all phones operate
differently. Please read your phone’s
owner’s manual and familiarize yourself
with its available Bluetooth features
and functions. Not all features will work
with all phones.
NOTE: For GM Vehicles with OnStar
and factory Bluetooth systems – The
steering wheel/voice controls will
continue to operate the factory
systems. If you continue to use the
factory equipped Bluetooth System, we
recommend you turn off the Bluetooth
in the Advent In-Dash Navigation Radio
system’s Bluetooth menu so it does
not conflict with your factory installed
Bluetooth system. If you do not have
factory Bluetooth but have OnStar, your
steering wheel controls will operate
the OnStar system only. This is normal
operation. All other Audio controls will
work normally.
NOTE: The distance between this unit
and your cellular phone must
be 8 feet (2.4 meters) or less for
sending and receiving voice
and data via Bluetooth wireless
technology.
MENU Icon:
Press this icon to return to the Main
Menu Screen.
Bluetooth Indicator
This indicator is lit blue when Bluetooth
is on and gray when off.
Connected/Disconnected Indicator.
Indicates if a Bluetooth device is
connected/disconnected to the unit.
Loading Indicator
This indicator is displayed when the
unit is downloading your wireless
phone’s call log and address book.
NOTE: Not all wireless phones allow
access to received, dialed, or missed
calls and some will not allow uploading
of your wireless phone’s address book.
Mute Indicator:
This indicator is displayed when the
volume is muted.
Time Display:
This indicator displays the time as
entered by the user in the Settings
Menu.
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Device Icon:
Press this icon to access the Device
Screen.
Transfer Icon:
Press this icon while talking to transfer
audio from the unit back to the wireless
phone. You can only transfer a call after
it has been answered. Press the icon
again to return the audio from the
wireless phone to the unit.
Contacts Icon:
Press this icon to access the Contacts
List Screen. The contacts feature is
enabled only when paired with a
wireless phone.
Call Log Icon:
Press this icon to access the Call Log
Screen. The call log feature is enabled
only when paired with a wireless phone.
Bluetooth On Icon:
Press this icon to turn on the autopair
function. The unit will automatically
search for a device in the discover
mode.
A2DP Icon:
The Bluetooth Music feature is enabled
only when paired with a wireless phone.
Press the MUSIC icon and four control
functions will appear if the function is
supported by the wireless phone. These
are Previous, Next, Play/Pause and Stop.
Push-to-Talk Icon:
Press this icon to activate your wireless
phone’s voice commands (if equipped).
NOTE: Your vehicle’s steering wheel
controls (if equipped) will also
activate your wireless phone’s
voice commands.
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Dial Icon:
Press this icon to dial to phone number
that you entered.
Hang Up Icon:
Press this icon to end a call or reject an
incoming call.
Microphone Gain Icon:
Press the
or
icons to decrease
or increase the desired microphone
gain setting by one increment.
TO ADJUST YOUR CALL’S VOLUME
To adjust the volume while in a call,
rotate the volume control knob. The call
will remain at this volume for all future
calls and return to your previous source
volume when your call ends.
NOTE: If your volume seems too low,
make sure your phone’s volume
is turned up to full while in a
Bluetooth call. If it is not full, it
will result in a low volume level.
All phones operate differently;
you may need to consult your
phone’s owner’s manual.
Bluetooth Operation
PAIRING YOUR WIRELESS PHONE
Before using Bluetooth functions, you
must pair your wireless phone and the
unit. Pairing is a special process used
when two devices connect for the first
time. The pairing process is used to generate a link key that is used for authentication purposes for future Bluetooth
connections between devices. The unit
can pair five Bluetooth devices.
Your wireless phone can be paired
with the unit in two manners. The unit
can initiate the search for compatible
devices and pair to the wireless phone
or the wireless phone can initiate
the search and pair to the unit. The
following paragraphs describe both
methods.
NOTE: The following procedures are
generic. Procedures for pairing
wireless phones vary slightly
from phone manufacturer to
phone manufacturer.
To Pair a Wireless Phone to the Unit:
1. Press the front panel PHONE button
or press the Main Menu Bluetooth
icon to access the Bluetooth Screen.
2. Turn Bluetooth on.
3. Access the wireless phone Bluetooth
function and set the Bluetooth
function to on. (Please refer to
the wireless phone’s instruction
manual to enter Bluetooth setup,
turn Bluetooth on/off, and perform
pairing).
4. Use the wireless phone’s add a new
device feature. A device or devices
will appear on your wireless phone
display.
5. A prompt to pair should appear on
your wireless phone. Accept the
request and initiate the process.
6. A prompt to enter a PIN number or
passkey for the unit should appear.
The default passkey for the unit is
“1234”.
7. At this point a prompt stating
pairing successful should appear.
The paired device identifier appears
on the Bluetooth Screen. The
wireless phone and the unit have
paired.
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To Pair the Unit to a Wireless Phone:
1. Access the wireless phone Bluetooth
function and set the Bluetooth
function to on. (Please refer to
the wireless phone’s instruction
manual to enter Bluetooth setup,
turn Bluetooth on/off, and perform
pairing).
2. Set your wireless phone Bluetooth
discovery mode to on.
NOTE: S ome discovery modes have
a time limit before they are
automatically turned off.
3. Press the front panel PHONE button
or press the Main Menu Bluetooth
icon to access the Bluetooth Screen.
4. Turn Bluetooth on.
5. On the unit’s Bluetooth Screen,
press the Device icon. An Inquiry
screen appears. The unit will search
for devices. Press the Search icon
to look for new phones if yours is
not discovered by the unit. Upon
completion of the search, the
following screen appears:
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6. P
ress the Search icon. The following
screen appears:
7. P
ress the wireless phone identifier
that you want to pair. The following
screen appears:
8. E nter the passkey for the unit. The
default passkey for the unit is “1234”.
Press the Enter (
) icon.
9. At this point the wireless phone
will ask you to respond to a prompt
similar to “Pairing request from
_______ Accept? Yes or No “. You
should answer Yes to the request.
10.Enter the passkey for the unit. The
default passkey for the unit is “1234”.
The wireless phone and the unit
should pair.
Bluetooth Operation
To Delete Paired Wireless Phone(s):
1. Press the front panel PHONE button
or press the Main Menu Bluetooth
icon to access the Bluetooth Screen.
2. On the Bluetooth Screen, press the
Device icon. The following screen
appears:
3. T o delete a single device, press the
Delete icon adjacent to the device,
or
4. To delete all devices, press the
Delete All icon. The following screen
appears:
MAKING OUTGOING CALLS
Outgoing calls can be performed in
two manners. The outgoing call can
be direct dialed using the front panel
keypad or the by pressing the Contacts
icon, selecting a name and pressing the
phone number.
To Dial Directly:
1. Press the front panel PHONE button
or press the Main Menu Bluetooth
icon to access the Bluetooth Screen.
The Bluetooth Screen appears:
2. U
se the 0-9, */+, and # buttons
to input the phone number. If
necessary press the
icon to
clear the last digit or the entire
number and start over.
3. After entering the phone number,
press the Dial ( ) icon to dial the
call. The Dial Frame Screen appears:
3. Press the Yes icon. The wireless
phones are deleted from the unit.
4. T o end the call, press the
Hang Up (
) icon.
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To Make an Outgoing Call Using Your
Contact List:
1. Press the front panel PHONE button
or press the Main Menu Bluetooth
icon to access the Bluetooth Screen.
The Bluetooth Screen appears:
2. P
ress the Contacts icon. The
following screen appears:
3. P
ress the Scroll Up ( ) or Scroll
Down ( ) icons to navigate to
your desired contact or press
the Keyboard icon to search
alphabetically through the contact
list.
4. Press the contact to be dialed. A
list displaying the contact’s phone
number(s) appears.
5. Press the desired phone number
icon. The Bluetooth Screen appears.
6. Press the Dial ( ) icon to dial the
call. The Dial Frame appears.
7. To end the call, press the
Hang Up (
) icon.
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MANAGING INCOMING CALLS
When connected to a Bluetooth
phone, the unit will mute audio output,
pause DVD/CD play, and change to
the Bluetooth Screen when a call is
received.
The incoming phone number or
assigned name for that number will
appear in the middle of the screen. An
audible tone will sound from the unit
and a graphic display will appear on the
front panel. If the incoming call has no
caller ID, the unit will display “Private
Caller”.
To Answer an Incoming Call:
1. To answer a call, press the
Dial ( ) icon.
2. For best reception, speak loudly
and clearly into the hand-free
microphone.The hands-free
microphone is installed in your
vehicle in an accessible location that
provides optimum voice reception.
3. To end the conversation, press the
Hang Up (
) icon.
To Reject an Incoming Call:
Press the Hang Up (
) icon to reject
an incoming call. The call will revert
to your wireless phone and be left for
voice mail.
Bluetooth Operation
CALL WAITING
DEVICE SCREEN
Call Waiting lets you know when
another caller is trying to reach you
while you are already on a call. You may
put one call on hold while you answer
the second one, then alternate between
the two calls. The second caller or call
on hold is identified in the upper left
corner of the screen.
1. When a second call is received, the
Call Waiting Screen appears.
This Device Screen is used to discover
and add or delete paired devices from
the unit.
Back Icon:
Press this icon to return to the previous
screen.
Delete Icons:
Press this icon to delete individual
Bluetooth devices
Settings Icon:
2. Press the Dial ( ) icon to transfer
Press this icon to view the Bluetooth
to the second call.
Settings Screen.
3. Press the the Dial ( ) icon at any
time to transfer back to the first call. Delete All Icon:
Press this icon to delete all Bluetooth
Press the Hang Up (
) icon to
terminate the second call and return devices from the unit.
Search Icon:
to the first call.
Press this icon to search for Bluetooth
devices.
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BLUETOOTH SETTINGS SCREEN
CONTACTS LIST SCREEN
The Bluetooth Settings screen allows
you to configure Bluetooth settings.
Back Icon:
Press this icon to return to the previous
screen.
Auto Connect Setting:
The Auto Connect setting will allow
the unit to automatically connect to
a previously paired Bluetooth device
when it is in range. When Auto Connect
option is set to off, you must initiate
the pairing process with your wireless
phone.
Pin Code Setting:
Press the Set PIN icon to to view the PIN
Code Settings Screen.
PIN CODE SETTINGS SCREEN
The Contacts List Screen is a copy
of the contact list on your wireless
phone which contains a listing of
your important names and phone
numbers. The list is usually arranged in
alphabetical order.
Back Icon:
Press this icon to return to the previous
screen.
Scroll Up ( ) and Scroll Down ( )
icons
Press the Scroll Up ( ) or
Scroll Down ( ) icons to navigate to
next or previous page of the list in
groups of five.
Keyboard Icon:
Press this icon to view the Contacts
Keyboard Screen.
CONTACTS KEYBOARD SCREEN
The PIN Code can be changed with up
to any eight digits. Use the keyboard to
select the digits and press
. Once
the digits are selected and confirmed
the new PIN Code will appear in the PIN
Code on the Bluetooth Settings screen.
The default Pin Code is 1234.
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The Contacts List Screen is used is
to search alphabetically through the
contacts list. The contact list can hold
up to 2000 names and numbers from
any phone.
Bluetooth Operation
CALL LOG SCREEN
Missed Calls Icon
Press the this icon to view the Missed
Calls List. The Missed Calls List retrieves
the list of missed numbers from your
wireless phone. The last missed number
is the first number on the list.
The Call Log Screen consists of received
calls, dialed calls or missed calls.
NOTE: N
ot all wireless phones allow
access to received, dialed, or
missed calls and some will not
allow uploading of your wireless
phone’s address book.
Back Icon:
Press this icon to return to the previous
screen.
Scroll Up ( ) and Scroll Down ( )
icons
Press the Scroll Up ( ) or
Scroll Down ( ) icons to navigate to
next or previous page of the list in
groups of five.
Received Calls Icon
Press the this icon to view the Received
Calls List. The Received Calls List
retrieves the list of received numbers
from your wireless phone. The last
received number is the first number on
the list.
Dialed Calls Icon
Press the this icon to view the Dialed
Calls List. The Dialed Calls List retrieves
the list of dialed numbers from your
wireless phone. The last dialed number
is the first number on the list.
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BLUETOOTH MUSIC FUNCTION
NOTE: Song information (e.g. elapsed
playing time, song title, song
index, etc.) cannot be displayed
on this unit. Since there are a
number of Bluetooth audio
players available on the market,
operations with your Bluetooth
audio player using this unit
vary greatly. Please refer to the
instruction manual that came
with your Bluetooth audio player.
Bluetooth provides an Advanced Audio
When
there
is an incoming call, the
Distribution Profile (A2DP) profile for
song
will
be
paused. After the incoming
streaming music from a wireless phone
call
is
finished,
the screen will return to
or a Portable Multimedia Player (PMP),
the music function screen and playback
sometimes referred to as a MP3 player.
will continue.
The unit allows you to play back audio
Back Icon:
files from your wireless phone or a
PMP using a Bluetooth connection.
Press this icon to return to the previous
Before using an audio player, it may be
screen.
necessary to enter the default passkey
EQ - Equalizer Icon:
into the unit. The default passkey for
Press this icon to access the equalizer
the unit is “1234”.
controls.
NOTE: P
lease quit A2DP mode before
Audio Icon:
attempting to make a phone call,
Press this icon to access the audio
as unexpected results may occur
controls.
depending on your wireless
Previous Icon:
phone model.
Press
this icon to play the previous
The unit can control a Bluetooth audio
song.
player via Audio/Video Remote Control
Play/Pause Icon:
Profile (AVRCP). Bluetooth audio players
(or Bluetooth adapters) compatible with Press this icon to begin playback. Press
these profiles can be connected to this
this icon again to pause playback.
unit. Functionality varies depending on
Next Icon:
the profile used.
Press this icon to play the next song.
•A2DP: Stream audio from your BlueStop Icon:
tooth compatible audio player and
Press this icon to stop playback.
listen to the music through the unit.
•AVRCP: Play back, pause, select songs,
etc. while streaming audio from your
Bluetooth compatible audio player to
the unit.
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System Settings
FIRST SETTINGS SCREEN
When using the in-dash navigation
radio the first time, it is recommended
that you customize the system settings
to suit your preferences. You may also
change the settings at any time.
Note: The settings do not effect the
Map software. Please see the
navigation software for setting
user preferences for the maps.
MENU Icon:
Press this icon to return to the Main
Menu Screen.
Mute Indicator:
This indicator is displayed when the
volume is muted.
Time Display:
This indicator displays the time as
entered by the user in the Settings
Menu.
Auto Switch to GPS Setting:
Press the ON icon to select Navigation
mode as a priority. If you access any
other menu function, this setting
will automatically return the unit
to the Navigation mode after an
approximately 10 second delay.
Press the OFF icon to override
Navigation mode as a priority. You
must manually switch back and forth
between Navigation and any other
menu function.
GPS Voice Setting:
Press the ON icon to hear turn-byturn navigation instructions. This will
override the settings in the Map setup.
Press the OFF icon to turn GPS Voice off.
Rearview Camera Setting:
Press the ON icon to automatically
display rearview camera video (if
equipped) when the vehicle is put into
reverse. Press the OFF icon to turn the
rearview camera off.
12 Hour Clock Setting:
Press the ON icon to display time in
a 12-hour (AM/PM) format. Press the
OFF icon to display time in a 24-hour
(military time) format.
Auto Dimmer Setting:
Press the ON icon to automatically
dim the LCD screen when the vehicle’s
headlights are turned on. Press the OFF
icon to turn the Auto Dimmer off.
Info Icon:
Press this icon to view system software
and Bluetooth software version
information.
Calibrate Touch Screen Icon:
Press this icon to initiate the Calibrate
Touch Screen function.
Next Icon:
Press this icon to view the Second
Settings Screen.
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TOUCH SCREEN CALIBRATION
The Touch Screen Calibration
adjustment is used to set the
parameters of the touch screen to
ensure that when the screen is pressed,
it corresponds to the feature that you
are selecting.
NOTE: N
ever use a pen or sharp object
to calibrate the touch screen as
this will damage the panel.
To calibrate the touch screen:
1. Press the Touch Screen Calibrate
icon. The following screen will
appear:
2. F ollow the instructions on the
screen. Press and briefly hold your
finger or a stylus to the center of the
target. Repeat as the target moves
to each corner of the screen and
finally to the center. The following
screen will appear:
3. I f the screen is pressed, the new
calibration parameters will be
accepted. If the screen is not pressed
within thirty seconds, the new
parameters will be disregarded.
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INFORMATION SCREEN
The Information Screen displays the
unit’s current software version and
Bluetooth version numbers.
Back Icon:
Press this icon to return to the First
Settings Screen.
System Settings
SECOND SETTINGS SCREEN
When using the in-dash navigation
radio the first time, it is recommended
that you customize the system settings
to suit your particular preferences. You
may also change the settings at any
time.
MENU Icon:
Press this icon to return to the Main
Menu Screen.
Mute Indicator:
This indicator is displayed when the
volume is muted.
Time Display:
This indicator displays the time as
entered by the user in the Settings
Menu.
Turn On Volume Setting:
You may choose a preset volume
level when turning on the unit. Values
range from 0 to 40, or last level. Press
the Increase (p) icon to increase
the volume level preset. Press the
Decrease (q) icon to decrease the
volume level preset.
NOTE: The key must be removed from
the ignition for this setting to
take effect.
Button Back Lighting Setting:
You may manually preset the unit’s
button back lighting level from 0 to 20,
or Auto. Press the Increase (p) icon to
increase the volume level preset. Press
the Decrease (q) icon to decrease the
volume level preset.
System Time Setting:
Press this icon to access the System
Time Set function.
System Update Icon:
The System Update function is used
to update the unit’s software. Please
contact Advent Technical Support for
further information on how to update
software.
Time Zone Setting:
Press the Up (p) icon or Down (q) icon
to select your time zone.
Prev Icon:
Press this icon to view the First Settings
Screen.
System Reset Icon:
Press this icon to restore the unit to its
factory default settings.
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SYSTEM TIME SET SCREEN
Press the Increase (p) icon or
Decrease (q) icon to set the desired
year, month, day, hour, minute or
seconds value.
Back Icon:
Press this icon to return to the Second
Settings Screen.
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Audio/Equalizer Controls
AUDIO CONTROLS SCREEN
The audio control screen allows you
to easily adjust your audio system to
meet the acoustical characteristics
of your vehicle. The acoustical
characteristics vary depending on the
type of vehicle and measurements. For
example, proper setting of the audio
controls boosts the effects of the cabin
equalizer.
Back Icon:
Press this icon to return to the current
source.
Mute Indicator:
This indicator is displayed when the
volume is muted.
Time Display:
This indicator displays the time as
entered by the user in the Settings
Menu.
Loudness Control:
Loudness automatically alters the
frequency response curve of audio
to make it sound more natural when
played at a lower volume level.
Press the ON icon to turn Loudness
compensation on. Press the OFF icon to
turn Loudness compensation off.
Sub Control:
Press the ON icon to turn the vehicle’s
subwoofer on (if equipped). Press the
OFF icon to turn the vehicle’s subwoofer
off.
Sub Filter Control:
This control changes the frequency
response level of the subwoofer
(if equipped). Depending on your
preferences, press the 80, 120 or 160
icons to choose 80 Hz, 120 Hz or 160 Hz,
respectively.
Sub Level Adjustment Bar Icon:
This control adjusts the subwoofer
volume (if equipped). Press the t or u
cursor icons to decrease or increase the
desired setting by one increment.
Fader Controls:
Press the left ( L ) or right ( R ) icons to
adjust the left/right balance, or press
the front ( F ) or right ( R ) icons to adjust
the front/rear fade.
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EQUALIZER SCREEN
The Equalizer Screen features a 9-band
graphic equalizer that allows you to
easily adjust your audio system to meet
the acoustical characteristics of your
vehicle. The acoustical characteristics
vary depending on the type of vehicle
and its measurements.
Back Icon:
Press this icon to return to the current
source.
Mute Indicator:
This indicator is displayed when the
volume is muted.
Time Display:
This indicator displays the time as
entered by the user in the Settings
Menu.
9-Band Graphic Equalizer:
You can manually adjust the 63Hz,
125Hz, 250Hz, 500Hz, 1KHz, 2KHz, 4KHz,
8KHZ or 18KHz frequency band audio
levels. Press and hold the up or down
cursor icons to move the highlight
on the frequency to be adjusted to a
positive or negative value. The audio
level values range from -12 to +12.
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Classical, Pop, and Flat Icons:
Press the Classical, Pop or Flat icons to
apply a preset equalization level to the
unit’s audio output signal. When the
equalizer is set to a preset level, the
9-Band Graphic Equalizer audio levels
cannot be changed.
User 1, User 2, and User 3 Icons:
Press the User 1, User 2 or User 3 icons
to apply a user-defined equalization
level to the unit’s audio output.
To set a user-defined level:
1. Use the 9-Band Graphic Equalizer to
adjust audio output levels.
2. Press and hold the User 1, User 2 or
User 3 icon until the icon lights.
3. Release the icon. The user-defined
value is now stored.
Rearview Camera
REARVIEW CAMERA
(if Equipped)
The unit is “camera ready.” Before
accessing any camera features, you
must install a rear video camera.
To view the rearview camera:
1. Turn on the rearview camera in the
System Settings.
2. Place the vehicle’s gear selector
to reverse. When the camera is
installed, the rear view image of
what is behind the vehicle will
automatically appear.
3. When the gear selector is removed
from the reverse position, the unit
will return to the previous screen.
NOTE: I f the camera is not installed and
the function is accessed by the
gear selector being placed in
reverse, a “No signal detected,
please check camera.” message
will appear, indicating the
function is not available. Please
turn off the Rearview camera in
the System Settings.
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NOTES
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Notes
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If technical support is required, please contact
Advent Technical Support at 1-800-323-4815.
www.adventproducts.com
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