Owner/ Installation Manual
VOD80
8" LCD MONITOR & DVD PLAYER
Note:
This Product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by method claims of certain patents and other intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and other rights owners.
Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by
Macrovision Corporation, and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless authorized by Macrovision Corporation. Reverse
engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
Warnings
Do not use any solvents or cleaning materials when cleaning the video
monitor.
Do not use any abrasive cleaners, they may scratch the screen.
Use only a lightly dampened lint free cloth to wipe the screen if it is dirty.
Lock the LCD screen in the fully closed position when not in use.
Before putting on headphones always adjust the volume setting to the
lowest position.
Remember to leave the dome light switch in the off or auto positions
when the vehicle is unattended, as the dome lights, if left on, can drain
the vehicle’s battery.
Do not put pressure on the screen.
Licensed under one or more of the following patents,
Patent NOS. 5,775,762 and 5,927,784
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Important Notice
An LCD panel and/or video monitor may be installed in a motor vehicle
and visible to the driver if the LCD panel or video monitor is used for
vehicle information, system control, rear or side observation or navigation. If the LCD panel or video monitor is used for television reception,
video or DVD play, the LCD panel or video monitor must be installed
so that these features will only function when the vehicle is in “park” or
when the vehicle’s parking brake is applied.
An LCD panel or video monitor used for television reception, video or
DVD play that operates when the vehicle is in gear or when the parking
brake is not applied must be installed to the rear of the driver’s seat
where it will not be visible, directly or indirectly, to the operator of the
motor vehicle.
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A. Introduction
Thank you for selecting the VOD80. The main features include a
8" Wide Screen (16:9 Aspect Ratio) Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
monitor and a built-in DVD player. The unit applies the latest state of
the art electronics. The unit is constructed to provide years of reliable, trouble-free service. Please read the entire instruction manual
supplied with this product prior to operation. The documentation will
assist you in installing the system properly to obtain the best equipment performance. Please store this manual for later use.
B. Cautions and Warnings
1. Installation
Ensure that the VOD80 is installed in accordance with the instructions and illustrations provided in this manual.
2. Objects and Liquids
Do not push objects of any kind into the unit through openings; do
not spill or spray liquid of any kind on or in the system (this may
result in a fire or electric shock). To ensure proper ventilation and
proper operation, never cover or block the ventilation slots and openings
3.Disassembly
Do not attempt to disassemble the cabinet. There is a risk of electric shock and/or exposure to Laser Radiation. Contact qualified
service personnel if your system is in need of repair.
4. Cleaning Unit
When cleaning, make sure the system is unplugged from the power
source. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a
cloth lightly dampened with water for cleaning the exterior of the
system only.
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5. Disc
Do not use irregularly shaped discs such as heart or star-shaped
discs as they may cause the unit to malfunction. Do not stick paper, tape or glue on the disc. Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or heat sources such as hot air ducts. Do not touch the surface of disc. Handle the disc by its edge. Clean the disc by wiping
the disc from the center out with a cleaning cloth. Remove the disc
from the unit and store it in its case after playing. Some playback
operations of discs may be intentionally fixed by software producers. Since this unit plays discs according to the disc contents the
software producers designed, some playback features may not be
available. Also refer to the instructions supplied with the discs.
C. Contents
1. 8” LCD Monitor & DVD Player Combo
2. A/V Adapter Cable
3. 8 Pin Connect to RCA AV Cable
4. Power/Dome light Harness
5. Hardware Package
4 pcs M4 x 8mm Machine Screws
4 pcd M2 x 8mm Screws
4 pcs Rubber Plugs
4 pcs Small Rubber Ring
6. Remote Control
7. Mounting Plate
8. Owner/Installation Manual
9. Game Controller
10.Trim Ring
11.Connecting axis
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D. Installation and Powering
TOOLS REQUIRED:
#2 Philips Screwdriver
#1 Philips Screwdriver
Utility or Razor Knife or Shears
Wire Strippers
Upholstery hook tool (for removal of panels as necessary)
Electrical Tape
Masking Tape
Multimeter (to verify 12 volt DC and continuity: Do not use a test light
or logic probe)
Marker pen – to mark headliner
Scribe (to mark trim ring if used)
Misc. electrical connectors (to connect to vehicle power source).
Requirements will vary from vehicle to vehicle.
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GENERAL INSTALLATION APPROACH:
1) Decide upon system configuration and options that will be installed
(i.e.: what components, VCP, Tuner, RF Modulator/external amp, remote headphones, DVD, etc.).
2) Review all manuals to become familiar with electrical requirements
and hook ups.
3) Decide upon mounting locations of all components and method of
mounting.
4) Prep the vehicle by removing any interior trim necessary to gain access to vehicle's wiring as well as all areas where interconnecting
wire harnesses will need to be located. If any access holes need to
be cut into the vehicle (headliner, other trim components etc.), this
should be done now as well.
5) Route the wiring harnesses throughout the vehicle as necessary.
(Refer to the Wiring Diagrams on page 10 of this manual as well as
the wiring instructions for the individual components and accessory
options being installed). Be sure that all wiring is protected from
sharp edges and is routed in such a manner that it will not be pinched
when all components and interior trim are fully installed. Be sure to
leave enough slack in the wiring at each component to allow working
room.
6) Remove all A/V system components from their packaging and place
them loosely in the vehicle at their respective locations.
7) Connect all components together (electrically) and verify proper operation of all system functions. Note: This is best done BEFORE
components have been permanently mounted.
8) After verifying proper operation of the system, proceed to mount each
of the components.
9) When all components are mounted, recheck function of entire system again to ensure that no wiring was pinched or connected improperly during final installation.
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Notes :The VOD80 video system is only intended for an overhead,
drop down installation. It is not intended for seat back or any other
type of mounting. The hinging mechanism is designed for horizontal, drop down use only.
VEHICLE PREPARATION:
1) Locate an accessory power source (+12v when key is in the ACC.
and run positions, and 0v when key is off). Generally, this wire can
be found at the ignition switch or fuse-box.
2) The mounting method and location will vary from vehicle to vehicle,
so this manual will only focus on the installation of the video monitor
and related console accessories.
3) Generally, the best location for the video monitor is where the vehicle's
factory dome light is installed. The monitor should be located in
such a manner that it can be comfortably viewed by rear seat passengers. NEVER INSTALL THE MONITOR IN A PLACE WITHIN THE
DRIVER'S VIEW. THIS IS NOT ONLY DANGEROUS, BUT IT IS
ALSO ILLEGAL.
4) Once the mounting location of the monitor has been determined,
there may be additional preparation work necessary, depending on
the vehicle structure and installation method. Some of the steps
that may be required are:
A)
B)
Removal of the vehicle's dome light.
The headliner may need to be trimmed.
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MOUNTING THE VOD80
Figure 2
NOTE: Two of the mounting holes are located under the domelight covers.
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Trim Ring Installation
The Trim Ring Installation is accomplished using the four (4) 2 X 8mm
screws supplied. Please refer to the illustration below.
1. Place the VOD80 on a soft surface with the rubber gasket facing up.
Use care to avoid scratching the unit’s exterior surface.
2. Place the trim ring on the unit and note the location of the four mounting
screws.
3. Remove the four screws that are in the unit.
4. Remove the rubber gasket that is attached to the unit.
5. Attach the trim ring to the unit using the longer four (4) 2 X 8mm
screws supplied.
6. Remove the four (4) rubber spacers from the bracket.
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7. Attach the four (4) post extensions to the bracket.
8. Attach the four (4) rubber spacers on the post extensions
9. Refer to the Owner/Install Manual for the VOD80 to complete the
installation.
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VOD80
FM Ant enna
Y
Figure 3
1) Make the connections to the vehicle with the 5 pin wiring harness.
2) Connect the 5 pin harness to the mating connector on the Video
Monitor.
3) Connect power harness to vehicle's electrical system by tapping
into an accessory hot line.
4) Verify all functions of the system before final mounting of the finished
assembly.
NOTE: A VCP or other A/V Component can be connected to the
video monitor system using an RCA A/V cable. This second harness would plug into the AV1 inputs or AUX jack.
A/V Source Definitions :
1 = Built-in DVD
2 = AV1 input ( VCP, DVD, etc )
3 = AV2 Input ( VCP, Game, DVD, etc )
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CONNECTING THE DOME LIGHTS
The dome lights in the video monitor require three connections to the
vehicle's wiring. There are two common types of dome light circuits
used, positive or negative switched. Positive systems supply voltage to
the interior lights to turn them on, negative switched systems apply
ground to illuminate the bulbs. To determine which system you have
you must locate the wires at the dome light. On a positive switched
system, with all the doors closed and the lights out, both wires at the
dome light will rest at ground. When the light is activated, one of these
wires will switch to +12V DC. This is the vehicle's switching wire. On a
negative switched system, with all the doors closed and the lights out,
both wires at the dome light will rest at + 12V DC. When the light is
activated, one of these wires will switch to ground. This is the switching
wire.
For positive systems, connect the violet / brown (Lamp auto) wire to the
vehicle's switched wire. Then connect the red / black (lamp on) wire to
a fused constant 12 volt source and the black / red (lamp common) wire
to a good ground. Positive systems are commonly found on Ford vehicles.
For negative systems, connect the violet / brown (Lamp auto) wire to
the vehicle's switched wire. Then connect the red / black (lamp on) wire
to a good ground and the black / red (lamp common) wire to fused constant 12 volt source. Negative systems are commonly found on General Motors and import vehicles.
Note:
Some vehicles which incorporate transistorized control of the dome
light circuit, such as the 1999 Dodge Caravan, may require that the
violet / brown (Lamp auto) wire be connected to the door pin switch
wire, as the additional current draw of the Monitor's lights may not be
supported by the output of the vehicles body control computer.
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Positive Switched Dome lighting
To
constant
+12vdc
Red / black - Lamp on
Black / red - Lamp common
Violet / brown - Lamp Auto
To 3 pin
connector
on Monitor
Factory Dome light circuit
To
constant
+12vdc
Factory Door ajar
switch or Body
Control computer
Figure 4
Negative Switched Dome lighting
To 3 pin
connector
Red / black - Lamp on
Black / red - Lamp common
Violet / brown - Lamp Auto
To
constant
Factory Dome light circuit
To
constant
Factory Door ajar
switch or Body
Figure 5
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E. Controls, Indicators, and Connectors
1. Unit View (Refer to Figure 6)
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6
7
8 9 10
11
12
13
14 15 16
5
4
3
2
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1
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Figure 6
1) FM Modulator Switch
2) AV 2 In Jack
3) Game Port
4) Headphone Jack
5) Power and Dome Light Connector
6) 6pin connector
7) FM Antenna
8) Previous Button
9) Play Button
10) Next Button
11) Disc Insertion Slot
12) Monitor Open Button
13) IR Sensor
14) Eject Button
15) Power Button
16) Stop Button
17) IR Transmitter for Wireless Headphones
18) Auto/Off/On Dome Light Switch
19) Dome Lights
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2. Remote Control View (Refer to Figure 7)
1) Power Button
2) Display Button
3) Angle Button
4) Subtitle Button
5) A-B Button
6) Slow Button
7) Pause Button
8) Reverse Scan Button
9) Stop Button
10) Picture Button
11) DVD /AV1 /AV2
12) Zoom Button
13) Eject Button
14) Numeric Buttons
15) Audio Button
16) Repeat Button
17) Menu Button
18) Setup Button
19) Up/Down/Left/Right / Enter Buttons
20) Forward Scan Button
21) Return Button
22) Play Button
23) Skip- Button
24) Skip+ Button
25) Vol Down Button
26) Vol Up+ Button
27) Wide Button
Figure 7
F. Loading and Playing a Disc
a. Turn the power on by pressing the power button on the unit or the
remote control. Select DVD using the DVD/AV1/AV2 button on the
remote.
b. Place a disc into the disc insertion slot with the label side facing up.
c. Playback will start automatically.
d. Pivot the LCD Screen for a good viewing angle.
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G. BASIC OPERATION
POWER
PLAY
SLOW
PAUSE
STOP
Turn the unit on/off
Start Playback
Play at 1/2,1/4,1/8, or 1/16 normal speed
Still Picture
(1 time) Stop at the present playing point /
(2 times) Stop playing
Scan forward at 2, 4, 8, or 20 times normal
FORWARD
speed
Scan backward at 2, 4, 8, or 20 times norREVERSE
mal speed
UP/DOWN/LEFT /RIGHT Used for Menu Navigation
Confirm item or setting
ENTER
Select item or password setting
NUMBERS
Not used in this model
RETURN
Display the root menu of the disc
MENU
Repeat playback of a title, chapter, or track
REPEAT
Repeat a specific portion from point A to
A-B
point B of the disc
Display disc information (title, chapter, track,
DISPLAY
time, etc.)
Change the angle on a scene
ANGLE
Select the subtitle language and turn it on/
SUBTITLE
off
Select the audio language
AUDIO
Enlarge an image to 2 or 3 times the
ZOOM
original size
Display the setup menu to select and set
SETUP
items, and exit the setup menu.
Source selection DVD, AV1, AV2
DVD/AV1/AV2
Eject disc
EJECT
Brightness/Contrast/Tint/Color
PICTURE
Reduce volume/Lower picture setting
VOLUMEIncrease volume/Raise picture setting
VOLUME+
Previous chapter/track
SKIPNext chapter/track
SKIP+
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H. MENU
A DVD is divided into sections called titles and chapters. When you
play a DVD, a root menu of the disc will appear on the screen of your
Monitor. The contents of the menu will vary depending on the disc
content. Press MENU during playback to display the DVD root menu.
Some DVDs only allow you to select disc playback options using the
DVD root menu.
I. DISPLAY
1) DISPLAY MODE
During playback press DISPLAY to display the current disc playback information. Press display again to remove the display.
ENG
Picture 1
Display Mode
1. The type of disc.
12. The number of current subtitle language.
2. The number of the current title. 13. The speed at which the disc is being read.
3. The number of total titles.
14. The number of total subtitle languages.
4. The number of current chapter. 15. Current subtitle language.
5. The elapsed time of title.
16. Dolby audio mode.
6. The number of total chapters. 17. Current audio language selected.
7. The remaining time of title.
8. The number of the current angle.
9. The number of total angles.
10. The number of the current audio language.
11. The number of total audio languages.
2) ANGLE
During playback press ANGLE to change the current angle in discs
containing multi-angles. (You can see item 8 in Picture 1 change)
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3) SUBTITLE
During disc playback press SUBTITLE* to select the desired subtitle
language. (You can see item 12 and 15 in Picture 1 change)
4) AUDIO
During disc playback press AUDIO* to select the desired audio language. (You can see item 10 and 17 change at the same time in
Picture 1 change)
*NOTE: Some DVD’s only allow access to these functions through
the DVD menu.
During playback press ‘REPEAT’ once to repeatedly play the current
chapter, press ‘REPEAT’ a 2nd time to repeat the current title, press
‘REPEAT’ a 3rd time and the repeat function is cancelled and normal
playback resumes.Repeat mode sequence:Repeat Chapter/Repeat
Title/Off.
J. PLAYING AUDIO CDS
When playing an audio CD the display will automatically show the
disc playback information. The options below show you what
information is displayed. Press the ‘DISPLAY’ button to remove the
display.
1. The current track.
2. The number of total tracks.
3. Playing time of the current song.
CD Display
When playing an audio CD individual tracks can be directly accessed
by entering the track number using the numeric keypad on the remote
control. For example to access track 11, press1, 1.
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USING THE REPEAT FEATURE
The default mode for the Repeat feature is OFF. Pressing REPEAT
consecutively changes the repeat options:
• Repeat Single- repeats the track that is playing.
• Repeat All- repeats the disc that is playing.
• Off
As you toggle through the options, the repeat option changes. The
selected repeat option loops repeatedly until it is turned off.
K. PLAYING MP3 DISCS
MP3 is a digital audio format. An audio CD-quality song is compressed
into the MP3 format with no significant loss of audio quality. CD-R /
RW discs that have been encoded in MP3 format are compatible
with this device.
Insert a MP3 Disc, the DVD player will initialize the disc and the directory
(folder) will be shown on the monitor.
‘MENU Screen’ Display
When an MP3 disc is inserted into the unit, the menu screen appears
automatically. You can use the menu screen to change folders and
songs. The system plays the songs in the order they were recorded
onto the disc.
1. Press the
or button to choose a folder from the folder list
on the left side of the screen.
2. Press ENTER to select the highlighted folder. All songs available under the selected folder will be listed on the right side.
3. Use the
or
button to choose a song from the list then
press ENTER to play the selected song.
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4. Use the
( NEXT ) button to move to the next song. Press the
(PREVIOUS) button to move to the beginning of the song.
USING THE REPEAT FEATURE
The default mode for the Repeat feature is OFF. Pressing REPEAT
consecutively changes the repeat options:
• Repeat Single(repeat playback of a song)
• Repeat All(repeat playback of all folder)
• Off (normal playback)
Pressing REPEAT a 3rd time will cancel the repeat mode and resume
normal playback. As you toggle through the options, the repeat option
changes. The selected repeat option loops repeatedly until you turn it
off.
NOTICE
• “ ” sign in front of a file name indicates that this is a folder, not a MP3
file.
• “ ” sign in front of a file name indicates that this is a MP3 file. During
MP3 playback, you cannot access “PLAY MODE” or folders.
L. PLAYING A JPEG FILE
1) Insert the JPEG Disc into tray.
2) Select the JPEG folder by pressing the “UP/DOWN” button. Then
press ENTER or PLAY.
3) Select the JPEG file using the up/down button and then press
“ENTER” or “PLAY”.
4) Pressing the left or right button will rotate the JPEG
counterclockwise or clockwise.
5) When browsing the photos, you can reverse the photo 180 degrees
by using the “UP/DOWN” button.
6) You can enlarge the picture by pressing “ZOOM” .
7) To stay on a specific photo press the pause button.
8) To skip forward or backward use the skip +/skip- button.
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M. SETUP
Press ‘SETUP’ to display the Main screen of the SETUP Menu. Press
‘SETUP’ again to exit the SETUP Menu and the unit will resume it’s
last playback mode.
Main ‘SETUP’ Menu Screen
1) Select the ‘LANGUAGE’ page using the LEFT/RIGHT button.
‘Language’ Display
a. Select ‘OSD Menu’ using the UP/DOWN button, then press
ENTER to enter the submenu. Select the OSD language you
desire using the UP/DOWN button, then press ENTER/LEFT to
confirm the setting and exit.
‘OSD Menu’ Display
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b. Select ‘Subtitle’ using the UP/DOWN button, then press ENTER to
enter the submenu. Select the ‘Subtitle’ language you desire using
the UP/DOWN button, then press ENTER/LEFT to confirm the
setting and exit.
‘Subtitle’ Display
c. Select “Audio” using the UP/DOWN button, then press ENTER to
enter the submenu. Select the audio language you desire using
the UP/DOWN button, then press ENTER/LEFT to confirm the
setting and exit.
‘Audio’ Display
d. Select ‘Disc Menu’ using the UP/DOWN button, then press ENTER
to enter the submenu. Select the ‘DISC Menu’ language you desire
using the UP/DOWN button, then press ENTER/LEFT to confirm
the setting and exit.
‘Disc Menu’ Display
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2) Select the ‘Video’ Page by using the LEFT/RIGHT button.
‘Video’ Display
a. Select ‘TV Display’* using the UP/DOWN button, then press ENTER
to enter the submenu. Select the TV display you desire using the
UP/DOWN button, then press ENTER/LEFT to confirm the setting
and exit.
‘TV Display’ Display
Normal/PS:
This displays a picture on the screen with a portion of the
left and right sides removed.
Normal/LB:
This displays a picture on the screen with black bands on
the upper and lower portions of the screen.
Wide:This displays a wide picture on the screen with black bands on
the upper and lower portions of the screen. The bands will vary,
depending on what aspect ratio the disc is.
* Note: This setting is for the video output only.
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b. Select ‘TV Type’ using the UP/DOWN button, then press ENTER to
enter the submenu. Select the TV type you desire using the UP/DOWN
button, then press ENTER/LEFT to confirm the setting and exit .
‘TV Type’ Display
c. Select ‘Angle Mark’ using the UP/DOWN button and then press ENTER
to enter the submenu. Choose Angle Mark on or off using the UP/
DOWN button, then press ENTER/LEFT to confirm the setting and
exit.
‘Angle Mark’ Display
* On: The screen will show angle mark.
(*If an angle option is available).
Off: The screen will not display the Angle Mark
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d. Select ‘Last Memory’ using the UP/DOWN button and then press
ENTER to enter the submenu. Choose Last Memory on or off using
the UP/DOWN button, then press ENTER/LEFT to confirm the setting
and exit.
‘Last Memory’ Display
*On: The unit will return to the last position on the disc.
*Off: The unit will not return to the last position on the disc.
e. Select ‘Screen Saver’ using the UP/DOWN button and then press
ENTER to enter the submenu. Choose ‘Screen Saver’ on or off using
the UP/DOWN button, then press ENTER/LEFT to confirm the setting
and exit.
‘Screen Saver’ Display
*On: Enables screen saver
*Off: Disables screen saver
*NOTE: The DVD player will enter the Screen Saver mode after approximately three minutes if the same image remains on the screen.
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3) Select ‘Rating’ by using the LEFT/RIGHT button.
‘Rating’ Display
Select ‘Password’ using the UP/DOWN button. Input the password
(For the first time use the default password 3308) and press ENTER
to unlock the unit. Select ‘Rating’ using the UP/DOWN button and
press ENTER repeatedly to change the rating level. Use the UP button to return to ‘Password‘ and input either the default password or
any new 4 digit password you want and press ENTER.
Rating:1.Kid Safe 2.G 3.PG 4.PG-13
5.PG-R 6.R 7.NC-17 8.Adult
NOTE: For 1st time use the default password is 3308.
NOTE: The Default Password is 3308. This password is always
effective even after you have selected your own password. To avoid
the possibility of others using the default password to set the parental level and change the password, you can record this default
password in another area and delete it from this manual. Some
discs can be limited depending on the age of users while some
discs can not.
Load Factory: To restore all of the options to the default settings select
‘LOAD FACTORY’ using the UP/DOWN button and press ENTER.
This will return all of the settings (except the rating level and password) to the default settings.
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N. Playing a Video Game (Refer to Figure 8)
Change the source by pressing the DVD/AV1/AV2 button on the
remote. The AV2 input jack is located on the left side of the unit.
The AV1 input is the RCA connectors located on the top of the unit.
*
AV2
AV1
OFF
88.5
88.3
88.7
AV 2 IN
FM(MHZ)
EJECT
REW
PLAY
FF
POWER
STOP
OPEN
Figure 8
Connect the A/V output from your game system to the RCA inputs
(AV1) or the 1/8 (AV2)* input. Adjust the volume and picture for
individual preference.
O. Wired Headphones and Wireless headphones
(Refer to Figure 8)
1.Optional wired Headphones may be used. Connect the headphones
to the Headphone Jack on the left side of the unit (Part Number
MMWHS).
2.Optional wireless headphones can also be used (Part Number
MMIRHS).
NOTE: Refer to the Owner’s Manual with the headphones for
complete instructions.
*AV2 requires the use of the supplied AV adaptor cable.
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P.Wireless FM Modulator
The VOD80 is equipped with built-in wireless FM Modulator*, that allows you to listen to the VOD80 audio signal by tuning your vehicle’s
radio to the selected frequency, (88.3, 88.5, or 88.7MHz). This feature is accessed by using the FM Select switch on the left side of the
unit. Slide the FM Select switch to one of the three frequencies above
that is not used or is weak in your area. Select the same frequency
on the vehicle’s radio. Adjust the vehicle’s radio volume to a comfortable listening level. When the FM Modulator is not used set the FM
Select switch to the OFF position.
FM Modulator FM
Frequency Select Switch
*NOTE: In certain areas where there are a large number of FM radio
stations (e.g. large cities, urban areas), the reception of the FM signal
from the overhead pod may not be satisfactory, resulting in static,
distorted sound or signal bleed thru from strong local radio stations.
This is not a defect in the product, but the result of a stronger local
radio station overpowering the wireless FM transmitter in your overhead pod.
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Game Controller Function Description
Select Button
TA Button
TB Button
A Button
B Button
Reset Button
Direction
Joystick
Start Button
Directional
Keypad
Connection II
(Not Used)
Power
Button
1. Slide the power switch to the ON position. A list of the first ten
games will be displayed.
2. Use the A button (page up) or B button (page down) to display the
three pages of games (1-10), 11-20, 21-30). Then use either the
direction joystick or direction button to move the arrow to the desired
game. Press Start to select the game.
3. Press Start to begin the game. Press start again at any time to
pause the game.
Connecting the Game Controller
1. Plug the game controller (arrow facing down) into the game port on
the left side of the unit.
2. Press the DVD/AV1/AV2 button on the remote until “AV2” is displayed.
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Q. Specification
Disc format: DVD/CD/MP3
Color system: NTSC/PAL
Screen size: 8”
Resolution: 1440 x 234
Frequency response: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Video output: 1 Vp-p/75 Ohm, unbalanced
Audio output: 1.4Vrms/10kOhm
Audio S/N: Better than 60 dB
Dynamic range : Better than 85 dB
Laser: Semiconductor Laser, Wave Length: 650 nm/790 nm
Power source: DC 12V
Power consumption: 2.5 Amps
Operating temperature: 5~45°C
Storage temperature: -20~60°C (4~140°F)
Dimensions (L x W x D): 282 x 165 x 50 mm (11.1” x 6.5” x 1.97”)
R. Troubleshooting:
SYMPTOM:
REMEDY:
No power at Video Monitor
-Verify +12 VDC on Red wire at 2 pin Power
Harness behind video monitor. Verify
ground connection with continuity test from
known good ground to black wire at 2 pin
Power Harness.
Power but no video or
sound
-Verify that the correct source is selected
(i.e.: DVD, AV1 or AV2). Verify that the
source is on and playing a known good
media (such as a DVD). Verify connections at both ends of the harness.
Picture, but no sound
-Verify that the headphones are turned on;
check headphone batteries.
-Verify that power is available to the FM
Modulator; make sure the FM modulator
and the vehicle radio are set to the
same FM station.
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12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY
Applies to Audiovox Mobile Video Products
AUDIOVOX ELECTRONICS CORP. (the Company) warrants to the original retail
purchaser of this product that should this product or any part thereof, under normal
use and conditions, be proven defective in material or workmanship within 12
months from the date of original purchase, such defect(s) will be repaired or
replaced with reconditioned product (at the Company's option) without charge for
parts and repair labor. A game controller, if supplied, is similarly waranteed for
ninety (90) days.
To obtain repair or replacement within the terms of this Warranty, the product is to
be delivered with proof of warranty coverage (e.g. dated bill of sale), specification
of defect(s), transportation prepaid, to the Company at the address shown below.
This Warranty does not extend to the elimination of externally generated static or
noise, to correction of antenna problems, to costs incurred for installation, removal
or reinstallation of the product, or to damage to tapes, discs, speakers, accessories, or vehicle electrical systems.
This Warranty does not apply to any product or part thereof which, in the opinion
of the Company, has suffered or been damaged through alteration, improper
installation, mishandling, misuse, neglect, accident, or by removal or defacement
of the factory serial number/bar code label(s). THE EXTENT OF THE COMPANY'S
LIABILITY UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PROVIDED ABOVE AND, IN NO EVENT, SHALL THE COMPANY'S LIABILITY
EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID BY PURCHASER FOR THE PRODUCT.
This Warranty is in lieu of all other express warranties or liabilities. ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY,
SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY. ANY
ACTION FOR BREACH OF ANY WARRANTY HEREUNDER INCLUDING ANY
IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY MUST BE BROUGHT WITHIN A
PERIOD OF 24 MONTHS FROM DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE. IN NO CASE
SHALL THE COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL
DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF THIS OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, WHATSOEVER. No person or representative is authorized to assume
for the Company any liability other than expressed herein in connection with the
sale of this product.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the
exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damage so the above
limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This Warranty gives you specific
legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
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CANADA : CALL 1-800-645-4994 FOR LOCATION OF WARRANTY STATION SERVING
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