Dolby Laboratories 7" Wide Touch Screen Owner`s manual

7" Wide Touch Screen
In-Dash Fully Motorized TFT Monitor
/DVD/AM/FM/Bluetooth
OWNER’S MANUAL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Contents…………………………………….…………….………………………..1
Safety Information………………………………………………….………………………2
Features…………………………………………………………….………………………4
Accessories……………………………………….…….………………………………….5
Wire Connection……………...……………………………..……………………………….6
Unit Installation and Removal………………………….….………………………………10
Front Panel………………………………………………………..…..……………………15
Remote Control……………………………………………………………………………19
Touch Screen Operations………………………………………………….……………24
Touch Screen Calibration…………………………………….………………………24
Main Menu…………………………………………………….………………………25
Radio Operations…………………………………………………….……………….26
DVD Operations…………………………………………………….……………….27
Bluetooth Operations…………………………………………………….…………32
i-POD Operations…………………………………………………….……………….38
SD CARD Operations……………………………………………….………………..39
USB Operations…………………………………………………….………………..39
DIM Operations…………………………………………………….………………..39
AV IN Operations…………………………………………………….………………40
AUX IN Operations………………………………………………….………………40
NAVI Operations…………………………………………………….…………….…41
ATSC Operations…………………………………………………….…………….…45
System Parameters Setup………………………………..….……………….……46
Specifications…………………………………………………………………………….....49
Troubleshooting………………………….……………………………………….….…...50
Disc Notes………………………………………………………………………………...52
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SAFETY INFORMATION
PLEASE READ COMPLETELY AND BECOME FAMILIAR WITH THE CONTENTS
OF THIS MANUAL BEFORE INSTALLATION AND OPERATION OF THIS UNIT,
AND KEEP IT CAREFULLY FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
This unit is a class 1 laser product. The laser beam may cause hazardous
radiation if exposure to laser system directly. Do not attempt to disassemble
the unit personally.
This unit has been designed and manufactured to assure personal safety. Improper
use can result in electric shock or fire hazard. The safeguards incorporated in this
unit protect you if you observe the following procedures for installation, use and
servicing. This unit doesn't contain any parts that can be repaired by the user. If the
unit requires maintenance, contact an authorized service center.
Warnings
-Do not expose the product to rain, water or excessive moisture. This could cause
electrical shorts, fire or other damage.
-This product is designed to operate with a 12 volt DC, negative ground battery
system. Use the proper power supply.
-The monitor is operated automatically. Do not push in or pull out the monitor or try to
reverse the monitor manually! Do not attempt to adjust the monitor angle upward or
downward manually. It will cause damage to the Monitor Mechanism Structure.
-Do not impact the monitor with a hard object. It may cause permanent damage.
-Do ground all equipments and works in order to avoid causing damage to the unit
by electrostatic discharges.
-The user who handles this product takes all necessary precautions to avoid ESD
(Electro-Static Discharge) failures.
-Do not attempt to install or service your unit by yourself. Installation or servicing of
the unit by persons without training and experience in electronic equipment and
automotive accessories may be dangerous and could expose you to the risk of
electric shock or other hazards.
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Cautions:
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, and annoying interference, use only the
recommended accessories.
While driving, keep the volume level low enough to be aware of road and traffic
conditions.
Parking in direct sunlight can produce very high temperatures inside your vehicle.
Give the interior a chance to cool down before starting playback.
Do not use any chemical solvent, cleaning agent or corrosive detergent to clean
away dirt on the surface of the TFT monitor screen. It may cause irreversible damage.
Small black and shiny dots inside the liquid crystal panel are normal for liquid
crystal product.
In extremely cold temperatures, the movement of the picture may be slow and the
picture may be dark, but this is not a malfunction. The unit will work normally once
reach its operating temperature.
Do not use and store the unit in dusty, high temperature and high humidity
environments.
Do not use the unit immediately when you bring it from cold to warm place. Fast
growing temperature, may cause moisture condensing which influence the unit for
certain time.
NOTE:
This user's manual is only for reference.
Modifying rights are reserved.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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FEATURES
Single Din A/V Source Unit w/ 7” Flip-Up TFT-LCD Touch Screen & Bluetooth
Connection
• Motorized TFT-LCD Telescopes Forwards/Backwards w/ Pre-Set Angles
• Detachable Theft Deterrent Front Panel Flips Down for DVD Loading
• Accepts Add-On GPS Navigation Module, NAVIBOX-1
• Accepts Add-On Digital TV Tuner Module, DTV-1
• Car-Spec DVD Transport for Extreme Temperature Exposure
• Playback from DVDR/RW & CDR/RW, Including VCD, MP3, MP4 & DiviX
• Recall Memory for Last DVD Position
• i-Pod Input Control (Requires IP-1C cable)
• Mini-USB Connection for MP3 & MP4 Playback from 4GB Flash Drive
• 4GB SD Card Reader for MP3, MP4, DiviX & Xvid Playback
• 96MB Internal Memory for Background & Screen Saver Images
• 18 FM / 12 AM Station Memory
• 50w x 4 MOSFET Powered Speaker Level Outputs
• Front & Rear Pre-Amp Outputs
• Variable Subwoofer Pre-Amp Output w/ LPF (80, 120, 160Hz)
• A/V Outputs for Multiple Components
• A/V Inputs for Secondary Source
• Front Panel 3.5mm Auxiliary A/V Input
• Reverse Camera Input w/ Trigger
• Custom & Pre-Set EQ Settings
• Audio Staging Controls
• 12/24 Hour Clock
• USA/European Frequency Stepping
• NTSC/PAL Auto Selection
• 480 x 234 Screen Resolution
• 350 NIT Backlight Brightness
Bluetooth Features
• Work with Most Bluetooth V2.0 Enabled Phones
• Noise & Echo Cancellation
• Contacts List Transferred for Easy Access Dialing
• Caller ID Shows Name and Number from Contacts List
• Recent Calls & Talk Time Logs
• A2DP for MP3 Playback
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ACCESSORIES
1
Bolt and Nut M5 x 1
5
Power Wire x 1
9
Trim Bezel x 1
13
AUX Cable x 1
2
3
Back Strap x 1
M5X5 Screws x 4
6
Keys x 2
4
7
Remote Control x 1
8
Mounting Sleeve x 1 Operational Manual x 1
10
11
iPod Cable x 1
(Optional)
Slipcover x 1
14
USB Cable x 1
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12
External Microphone x 1
WIRE CONNECTION
Cautions:
-To prevent short circuits, remove the key from the ignition and disconnect the
terminal of the battery.
-Make the proper input and output cable connections for each unit.
-Connect the wiring harness cables in the following order: ground wire, battery wire,
ignition wire.
-Reconnect the terminal of the battery.
-Do not connect the yellow wire of this product directly to the battery terminal.
-Do remember to connect the red wire of this product to the ACC. of the ignition key
switch. Failure to do may result in draining off the battery charge prematurely.
-If the fuse blows, first make sure that the cables have not caused a short circuit,
then replace the old fuse with new one with the same rating.
-Do not let unconnected cables or terminals touch the metal on the car or other
conductor.
-To prevent short circuits, do not remove the caps form unused terminals or from the
ends of the unconnected cables.
-After the monitor unit is installed, check whether the brake lamps, blinkers, wiper,
etc. on the vehicle are working properly. If not, please make sure they are proper
installed.
-Insulate unconnected wires with vinyl tape or other similar material.
Warnings:
Disconnecting the Battery
To prevent a short circuit, be sure to turn off the ignition and remove the negative (-)
battery cable prior to installation.
Reconnecting the Battery
When wiring is complete, reconnect the battery negative terminal.
Fuse Replacement
Never replace any fuse with one of a higher value than the fuse supplied with your
unit. Using a higher current rated fuse may cause damage to your unit and/or
electrical wiring.
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1. RADIO ANTENNA ADAPTER
IPOD ADAPTER
ANALOG TV ANTENNA(OPTIONAL)
NAVI ADAPTER(OPTIONAL)
AUDIO /VIDEO OUTPUT & INPUT
DIGITAL TV ADAPTER(OPTIONAL)
2. 15PIN SOCKET
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Brake Control
Connect the brake control wire AUTO_ANT (see Wiring Diagram). It is necessary to
connect the Brake Control wire to the Hand-brake switch of the car. While driving, the
TFT monitor will display the alarm picture (see as follows) in order to ensure the
safety.
Under the Rear View Mode, the Brake Control function is no effective.
Telephone Mute Control (Optional)
Connect the telephone mute control wire TEL_MUTE (see Wiring Diagram). If there
is a vehicle call comes in, the sound volume will mute off automatically, and TFT
monitor shows: PHONE…; when call finished, the sound volume will recover to
former volume, and the words PHONE… disappear.
Auto Antenna Control
Connect the auto antenna control wire AUTO_ANT (see Wiring Diagram). The
antenna will lift when the unit startup; it will descend when the unit turnoff.
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Wiring Diagram
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UNIT INSTALLATION AND REMOVEL
Please read all of the instructions before beginning the installation. Recommend
having your unit installed by a professional installation shop.
Tools and Supplies:
You will need these tools and supplies to install your unit:
- Torx type, flat-head and Philips screwdrivers
- Wire cutters and strippers
- Tools to remove existing radio (screwdriver, socket wrench set or other tools)
- Electrical tape
- Crimping tool
- Volt meter/test light
- Crimp connections
- 16 gauge wire for power connections
- 8 gauge speaker wire
Warnings:
Choose the mounting location where the unit will not interfere with the safe driving
conditions.
Install the unit where it does not get in the driver's way and can not injure the
passenger if there is a sudden stop, like an emergency stop.
Avoid installing the unit where it would be subject to high temperature, such as from
direct sunlight, or from hot air, from the heater, or where it would be subject to dust,
dirt or excessive vibration.
Cautions:
Before finally installing the unit, connect the wiring temporarily and make sure it is all
connected up properly, the unit and the system work properly.
Use only the parts included with the unit to ensure proper installation. The use of
unauthorized parts can cause malfunctions.
Consult with your nearest dealer if installation requires the drilling of holes or other
modifications of the vehicle.
If installation angle exceeds 30 degrees from horizontal, the unit might not give its
optimum performance.
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Installation Method 1:
1 Install the mounting sleeve into
the dashboard.
2 Bend the claws into place to
secure the sleeve.
3 Slide the units into the mounting sleeve.
4 Install the trim bezel onto the unit.
5 Sketch map when installation finished.
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Removal Method 1:
1 Detach the trim bezel.
2 Insert the keys into the aperture
between the unit and the mounting.
3 Pull the unit out of the mounting sleeve.
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4 Sketch map when removal finished.
Installation Method 2:
1 Tighten the bolt onto the rear
panel of the unit.
2 Tighten the back strap onto your
car inside the dashboard.
3 Place the unit into the dashboard;
make the bolt bar across back strap;
and then fix the bolt by the Nut M5.
4 Screw the unit on the car on the
two sides with M5×5 SCREWS.
5 Install the trim bezel onto the unit.
6 Sketch map when installation finished.
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Removal Method 2:
1 Detach the trim bezel.
2 Unscrew the unit off the car on
the two sides.
3 Unscrew the Nut M5 screw on the rear
side of the unit and pull out the unit.
4 Sketch map when removal finished.
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FRONT PANEL
1. POWER
4. AUX IN
7. BAND
10. F. FWD
13. STOP
16. RESET
19. DISPLAY
22. IN
2. VOLUME / EQ
5. MIN USB
8. PLAY / PAUSE
11. PREV
14. REL
17. ANGLE + / END CALL
20. OPEN / CLOSE
23. MENU / SYSTEM
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3. MUTE / LOUD
6. REMOTE
9. F. REV
12. NEXT
15. EJECT
18. ANGLE - / CALL
21. OUT
24. NAVI
1. Power
When ACC is on, press to turn the unit on; hold on pressing the button to turn off the
unit.
When the unit is on, press to switch between different modes.
2. Volume / EQ
Rotate the button clockwise / anticlockwise to increase / decrease the volume.
Press vertically to switch the EQ setting as following:
USER – POP – CLASSIC – ROCK – JAZZ – USER
3. Mute / Loud
Press to switch off the sound; press it again to resume to the previous volume level.
Hold on pressing the button to activate LOUD on / off.
4. AUX IN
Connect an external audio device to this jack to listen to the device through your car
speakers.
5. Mini USB
The unit will be switched to USB Mode automatically when USB connected, and play
the songs, pictures, videos in USB.
6. Remote
Remote infrared receiver.
7. Band
Radio Mode, press to switch the wave band as following:
FM1 – FM2 - FM3 - AM1- AM2 - FM1
8. Play/Pause
Press to pause or resume the playback.
9. / 10. Fast Reverse / Fast Forward
Press to fast reverse / fast forward at 2x speed. Each press changes speed from 2x
to 4x to 8x to 16x to 32x then back to normal play. Press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button to
resume to normal playback.
11. Previous / 12. Next
Press to go to the next / pervious chapter, track or song.
13. Stop
When DVD/VCD/CD disc playback, press the button once to stop the playback, press
the [Play/Pause] button to resume the playback again. Press the button twice to stop
the playback, press the [Play/Pause] button to start the playback from the beginning
of disc.
When MP3 disc playback, press the button to stop the playback, press the
[Play/Pause] button to start the playback from the beginning of track.
Preset Stations
Radio Mode, press the buttons [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6] to select a preset station, hold on
pressing to store current radio frequency to the preset station.
14. REL
Press to take off the panel for burglar-proof purpose, the unit will turnoff automatically
and the TFT monitor will retract after 15 seconds automatically.
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15. Eject
Press to eject / load a disc.
16. RESET
Press and hold this button to switch back to all the original factory settings.
Keep in mind this will erase all your preset radio stations and any EQ settings you
may have made and saved.ٛ
17. ANGLE + / END CALL / 18. ANGLE + / CALL
Adjust the view angle of the monitor to choose the best displaying effect.
1- Continual angle adjustment
Hold on pressing the [ANGLE +] / [ANGLE -] buttons to adjust the angle of TFT
monitor upward / downward by continual increasing / decreasing.
2- Single step angle adjustment
Press the [ANGLE +] / [ANGLE -] buttons to adjust the angle of TFT monitor upward /
downward by singly increasing / decreasing.
Bluetooth Mode, press the [CALL] button to receive a cell phone call, press the [END
CALL] button to reject or hang up a call.
19. DISPLAY
Press to display the current playback information.
20. OPEN / CLOSE
When unit power off, press the [OPEN] button to turn unit on and the monitor will
spread out and turn around to the last angle position.
When unit power on, press the [OPEN] button, the monitor will spread out and turn
around to the last angle position; Press the [CLOSE] button, the monitor will turn
downward and completely retract in.
21. OUT / 22. IN
Press the [OUT] / [IN] buttons to move the monitor forward / backward by singly step.
There are 2 steps to move the monitor forward / backward totally.
NAVI mode, hold on pressing the [OUT] / [IN] buttons to decrease / increase the
brightness of panel.
23. MENU / SYSTEM
Press to return the main menu.
Hold on pressing to enter / exit the System Parameter Setup menu.
24. NAVI
Press to enter / exit the NAVI mode.
Protection of the TFT Monitor
During the movement of the TFT monitor, if it is halted by force, then the unit will
begin self-protection to prevent from any damage on the motorized mechanical
structure.
Press the [OPEN] button or shut down the ACC and then restart, the TFT monitor will
act as the follow list to recover; if not, then please consult with an authorized service
center.
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Halt
Self-protection
Press the [OPEN]
button
Shut down the
ACC and restart
Retraction
Extending
Retraction
Extending
Retraction
Extending
Turning downward
and retract ion
Turning downward
and retract ion
Turning downward
and retract ion
While extending
While retraction
While turning
upward
While turning
downward
Stop at the halt place
and retract after 3
seconds
Turning downward and
retraction
Turning upward
FRONT PANEL DISPLAY
1. EQ Indicator:
It turns on to indicate the POP/CLASSIC/JAZZ/ROCK when corresponding setup.
2. Disc Icon:
It rotates when playing disc under the DVD Mode.
3. Main Display Area:
Display the information such as working mode, characters, playback time & number
of track, radio frequency etc.
4. LOUD Icon:
It displays when the LOUD on, it disappears when the LOUD off.
5. ST Icon:
It displays when the STEREO on, it disappears when the STEREO off.
6. Disc Type Indicator:
It turns on to indicate DVD, CD, VCD, and MP3 when playing corresponding discs.
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REMOTE CONTROL
1. POWER/SOURCE
2. MUTE
3. NUMBER BUTTONS
4. MENU / *
5. AUDIO / #
6. EQ / LOUD
7. UP (TUNE UP)/PTY
8. LEFT (SEEK DOWN)
9. ENTER / BAND
10. PROGRAM
11. DOWN(Tune Down)/AF
12. RANDOM / TRANSFER
13. PREVIOUS
25. SYSTEM / NAVI
14. SLOW / END CALL
26. F.FWD
15. TITLE / PBN
27. RIGHT(Seek up)
16. ZOOM / CALL
28. STOP
17. SUBTITLE / PBP
29. D.ANGLE
18. OPEN / CLOSE / P.ANGLE/ EJECT
19. SETUP
30. PLAY / PAUSE
20. VOLUME+
31. NEXT
21. VOLUME32. A-B / PHONE PAIR
22. DISPLAY
33. REPEAT / PHONE
23. PBC / AST / CLEAR
34. PAL / NTSC / AP
24. F.REV
35. STEREO / MP
NOTE:
This is a universal remote, some functions would be optional.
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1. [POWER/SOURCE]
When ACC is on, press the button to turn the unit on; hold on pressing the button to
turn off the unit.
When the unit is on, press to switch between different modes.
2. [MUTE]
Press to switch off the sound; press it again to resume to the previous volume level.
3. [NUMBERS 0~9]
Radio Mode, press the buttons 1~6 to select a preset station, hold on touching to
store current radio frequency to the preset station.
DVD Mode, When playing DVD, VCD, CD, MP3, press the buttons 0~9 to input the
number of track, press the [BAND] button to confirm.
TV Mode, press the buttons 0~9 to choose the channel and press the [BAND] button
to confirm.
Bluetooth Mode, press the buttons 0~9 to input phone numbers.
4. [MENU / *]
DVD Mode, press to return to the boot menu when playing DVD disc.
Bluetooth Mode, press to input the symbol *.
5. [AUDIO / #]
DVD Mode, press to change dialogue language when playing DVD disc; Press to
select different audio channels when playing VCD, CD disc.
Bluetooth Mode, press to input the symbol #.
6. [LOUD/EQ]
Press to adjust the EQ setting as following:
USER – POP – CLASSIC – ROCK – JAZZ – USER
Hold on pressing to switch between LOUD ON / OFF.
7. [∧] / 8. [<] / 11. [∨] / 27. [>] Direction Key
DVD Mode and System Parameters Setup, press the [∨] / [∧] buttons to move the
cursor upward / downward to select item. Press the [<] / [>] buttons to move the
cursor leftward / rightward to select item.
Radio Mode, press the [<] / [>] buttons to switch the stored stations. Hold on pressing
the [<] / [>] buttons to fast seeking the next available channel by decreasing /
increasing the tuning frequency; seeking will stop by pressing any button. Press the
[∨] / [∧] buttons to decrease / increase the frequency step by step. Hold on pressing
the [∨] / [∧] buttons to fast seeking by decreasing / increasing the tuning frequency;
seeking will stop when loose the button.
TV Mode, hold on pressing the [<] / [>] buttons to fast tuning channel forward the low
/ high frequency automatically. Press the [∧] / [∨] buttons to select the stored channel
upward / downward.
Bluetooth Mode, press [<] / [>] buttons to switch between dialing page, phonebook,
music and setup page.
GPS Mode, press the [∨] / [∧] buttons to decrease / increase the brightness of the
screen.
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9. [BAND/ENTER]
DVD Mode, press to confirm the selection.
Radio Mode, press to switch the wave band as following:
FM1 – FM2 - FM3 - AM1- AM2 - FM1
TV Mode, press to switch the TV audio as following:
NTSC – PAL/BG – PAL/I – PAL/DK – NTSC
Hold on pressing to switch the TV system area as following:
USA – CCIR – ITALY – AUS – NZ – USA
Bluetooth Mode, press the button to turn on/off selected item.
10. [PROGRAM]
DVD Mode, press to enter / exit the PROGRAM Function when playing the DVD,
VCD, CD disc.
12. [RANDOM/TRANSFER]
DVD Mode, press to turn RANDOM function on / off when playing DVD, VCD, CD
disc.
Bluetooth Mode, press to transfer the call between the unit and your cell phone when
talking the phone.
13. [PREVIOUS] / 31. [NEXT]
DVD Mode, press to go to the pervious / next chapter, track or song.
14. [SLOW/END CALL]
DVD Mode, press to slow motion playback at 1/2x speed when playing DVD/VCD
disc. Each press changes speed from 1/2x to 1/4x to 1/8x to 1/16x then back to
normal play.
Bluetooth Mode, press to reject or hang up a call.
15. [TITLE/PBN]
DVD Mode, press to enter the title menu when playing DVD disc.
Bluetooth Mode, press to enter the next page of phone number list in phonebook.
16. [ZOOM/CALL]
DVD Mode, press to zoon the picture display when playing DVD, VCD disc. Each
press changes speed from 2x to 3x to 4x to 3x to 2x then back to normal play.
Bluetooth Mode, press to call a number or to receive a cell phone call.
17. [SUB-T/PBP]
DVD Mode, press to change the subtitle language when playing DVD disc.
Bluetooth Mode, press to enter the previous page of phone number list in phonebook.
18. [OPEN/CLOSE/P.ANGLE/EJECT]
When unit power off, press the button to turn unit on and the monitor will spread out
and turn around to the last angle position.
When unit power on, press the button, the monitor will spread out and turn around to
the last angle position; Press the button again, the monitor will turn downward and
completely retract in.
Hold on pressing the button to eject / load a disc.
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19. [SETUP]
DVD Mode, press to enter/ exit the DVD SETUP menu.
20. [VOL+] / 21. [VOL-]
Press to increase / decrease the volume.
Hold on pressing the button to keep increasing/decreasing the volume.
22. [DISPLAY]
DVD Mode, press to display current playback information.
Bluetooth Mode, press to return to the previous page.
23. [PBC/AST/CLEAR]
DVD Mode, press to select the PBC function on / off when playing VCD disc.
Radio Mode, press to review stored stations; Hold on pressing to automatically
program the 6 strongest stations available into the presets in the each wave band.
TV Mode, automatically seek the stations available.
Bluetooth Mode, press to cancel or clear the numbers you have input.
24. [F.REV] / 26. [F.FWD]
DVD Mode, press to fast reverse / fast forward at 2x speed. Each press changes
speed from 2x to 4x to 8x to 16x to 32x then back to normal play. Press the
[PLAY/PAUSE] button to resume to normal playback.
25. [SYSTEM/NAVI]
Press to enter / exit the System Parameter Setup menu when playing DVD, VCD and
CD disc.
Hold on pressing to enter / exit the NAVI Mode.
28. [STOP]
DVD Mode, when DVD/VCD/CD disc playback, press the button once to stop the
playback, press the [Play/Pause] button to resume the playback again. Press the
button twice to stop the playback, press the [Play/Pause] button to start the playback
from the beginning of disc. When MP3 disc playback, press the button to stop the
playback, press the [Play/Pause] button to start the playback from the beginning of
track.
29. [D.ANGLE]
DVD Mode, press to select different viewing angles with interactive DVD media
during playback.
30. [PLAY/PAUSE]
DVD Mode, press to pause or resume the playback.
32. [A-B/PHONE PAIR]
DVD Mode, press to set point A, press it again to set point B, then the unit starts to
repeat from A to B. When playing DVD, MP3, press it again to stop repeating. When
playing VCD, CD, press it again to repeat all tracks.
Bluetooth Mode, press to start phone-pairing.
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33. [REPEAT/PHONE]
DVD Mode, press to repeat as CHAPTER-TITLE-ALL-REPEAT OFF when DVD
playback. Press to repeat as TRACK-ALL-REPEAT OFF when VCD/CD playback.
Press to repeat as REPEAT ONE-REPEAT ALL-REPEAT OFF when MP3 playback.
Bluetooth Mode, press to break off or connect cell phone with the unit.
34. [P/N/AUDIO PLAYER]
DVD Mode, press to switch the video output (PAL/NTSC) when playing DVD disc.
Bluetooth Mode, press to enter into AUDIO PAIRING.
35. [STEREO/MUSIC PAIR]
Radio Mode, press to turn the stereo on / off under.
Bluetooth Mode, press to break off or connect the music storage medium with the
unit.
REPLACING THE BATTERIES
If the remote control has no function or if the operating range reduced, replace the
old battery with new one.
1. Pull out the battery holder. Follow the
arrow 1 slide it to the right toward the
battery while at the same time pull the
battery holder away from the remote
control.
2. Place the new battery. Place the new
lithium battery with the (+) side up.
3. Push the holder back. Using the finger
to push in the holder back until the
locking sound is heard.
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TOUCH SCREEN OPERATIONS
TOUCH SCREEN CALIBRATION
When “Power Off”, press the buttons 2, [BAND] of remote control to enter the
CALIBRATION page:
To touch the points from 1 to 5 until the points change to next cross by using a
ballpoint pen or pencil. After all 5 points have been touched, the unit has been
finished the CALIBRATION. If the calibration is succeeded, the unit would display the
following page and then power off automatically.
If the calibration is failed, the unit would display the following page and please
operate the above processes again.
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MAIN MENU
1, Touch to access the DVD mode.
2, Touch to access the RADIO mode.
3, Touch to access the NAVI mode.
4, Touch to access the i-POD mode.
5, Touch to access the ATSC mode.
6, Touch to access the SD CARD mode.
7, Touch to access the Bluetooth mode.
8, Touch to access the 2nd page of MAIN MENU.
1, Touch to access the USB mode.
2, Touch to access the AV IN mode.
3, Touch to access the AUX IN mode.
4, Touch to access the SYSTEM PARAMETERS SETUP.
5, Touch to access the DIM function.
6, Touch to access the 1st page of MAIN MENU.
7, Touch to access the previous working mode.
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RADIO OPERATIONS
Touch the [RADIO] icon to access to Radio Mode.
1. Current Source Indicator
Displays the source currently playing, touch to return the main menu.
2. Mute
Touch to switch off the sound; touch it again to resume to the previous volume level.
3. Preset Stations
Touch to select a preset station, hold on touching to store current radio frequency to
the preset station.
4. BAND
Touch the icon to switch the FM/AM wave band as following:
FM1 - FM2 - FM3 - AM1- AM2 - FM1
5. Auto Station Tune
Touch to automatically program the 6 strongest stations available into the presets in
the each wave band; touch any icon to stop the tuning. After tune, the unit will scan
through all tunable presets stations and play them for 5 seconds each; touch any
icon to stop the playing.
6. Local
Touch to set the local on / off. When you are using the local searching function, you
can only receive the radio station with strong enough signals and fine state.
7. / 8. Tune Frequency - Down / Up
Touch to tune the radio to a lower / higher frequency by one frequency step. Hold on
touching for continuous tuning down / up.
9. Stereo
Touch to set the stereo on / off.
10. / 11. Seek Next Station – Down / Up
Touch to tune to the next strong station at a lower / higher frequency. Touch any icon
to stop seeking.
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DVD PLAYER OPERATIONS
1, Touch the [DVD] icon to access to DVD Mode if disc inside.
2, The unit will be switched to DVD Mode automatically when inserting the disc.
3, The unit will switch to RADIO Mode automatically if disc ejected.
1. Current Source Indicator
Displays the source currently playing, touch to return the main menu.
2. Mute
Touch to switch off the sound; touch it again to resume to the previous volume level.
3. Stop
When DVD/VCD/CD disc playback, touch the icon once to stop the playback, touch
the [Play/Pause] icon to resume the playback again. Touch the icon twice to stop the
playback, touch the [Play/Pause] icon to start the playback from the beginning of disc.
When MP3 disc playback, touch the icon to stop the playback, touch the [Play/Pause]
icon to start the playback from the beginning of track.
4. Play/Pause
Touch to pause or resume the playback.
5. / 8. Fast Forward / Fast Reverse
Touch to fast forward / fast reverse at 2x speed. Each touch changes speed from 2x
to 4x to 8x to 16x to 32x then back to normal play. Touch the [PLAY/PAUSE] icon to
resume to normal playback.
6. Next / 7. Previous
Touch to go to the next / pervious chapter, track or song.
9. Switch
Touch to access the 2nd page of DVD menu.
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1. Capture Image
Touch to capture the current playing image and store into memory for background or
screen saver.
3. Display
Touch to display the current playback information on the screen.
4. Repeat
Touch to repeat as CHAPTER-TITLE-ALL-REPEAT OFF when DVD playback.
Touch to repeat as TRACK-ALL-REPEAT OFF when VCD/CD playback.
Touch to repeat as REPEAT ONE-REPEAT ALL-REPEAT OFF when MP3 playback.
5. Direction Arrows Keyboard
Touch to display the [Direction Arrows Keyboard] on the left side of screen. Touch
repeatedly to move the [Direction Arrows Keyboard] icons on the right side or left side
of screen.
6. Menu
Touch to go to the menu of disc when playing DVD disc.
7. Switch
Touch to access the 1st page of DVD menu.
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2. Setup
Touch to access the DVD SETUP menu.
Touch the [<] / [>] icons to switch the main menus as following:
SYSTEM – LANGUAGE – VIDEO – SPEAKER – DIGITAL
Touch the [∧] / [∨] icons to access the submenus from main menus.
Touch the [∧] icon on the top submenu or [∨] icon on the bottom of submenu to exit
the submenus to main menus.
Touch the [∧] / [∨] icons to select the submenus as your need.
Touch the [>] or [ENTER] icons to access the items of submenus.
Touch the [<] icon to exit the items of submenus.
Touch the [∨] / [∧] icons to select the item you want to change.
Touch the [OK] icon to confirm the item you have selected and exit to the submenus.
Touch the [OK] icon on the submenu EXIT SETUP to exit the DVD SETUP Menu and
save all settings.
SYSTEM MENU
TV TYPE
Following options are available for the TV Display:
4 : 3 PS
4 : 3 LB
16 : 9
PASSWORD
Setup the password for Parental Ratings change. The default password is 0000.
RATING
Following options are available for the Parental Ratings:
1 KID SAFE
2G
3 PG
4 PG 13
5 PG - R
6R
7 NC - 17
8 ADULT
The Parental Ratings could be changed after the correct password input.
DEFAULT
The unit will restore all default settings by selecting this option.
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LANGUAGE SETUP
OSD LANGUAGE
Following options are available for the OSD LANGUAGE:
ENGLISH
GERMAN
SPANISH
FRENCH
PORTUGUESE
ITALIAN
RUSSIAN
DUTCH
SWEDISH
KOREAN
DANISH
NORWEGIAN POLISH
HUNGARIAN
AUDIO LANGUAGE
Following options are available for the AUDIO LANGUAGE:
ENGLISH
GERMAN
SPANISH
FRENCH
PORTUGUESE
ITALIAN
RUSSIAN
DUTCH
SWEDISH
KOREAN
DANISH
NORWEGIAN POLISH
HUNGARIAN
SUBTITLE LANGUAGE
Following options are available for the SUBTITLE LANGUAGE:
ENGLISH
GERMAN
SPANISH
FRENCH
PORTUGUESE
ITALIAN
RUSSIAN
DUTCH
SWEDISH
KOREAN
DANISH
NORWEGIAN POLISH
HUNGARIAN
MENU LANGUAGE
Following options are available for the MENU LANGUAGE:
ENGLISH
GERMAN
SPANISH
FRENCH
PORTUGUESE
ITALIAN
RUSSIAN
DUTCH
SWEDISH
KOREAN
DANISH
NORWEGIAN POLISH
HUNGARIAN
VIDEO SETUP
BRIGHTNESS
Following options are available for the BRIGHTNESS:
0 2 4 6 8 10 12
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CONTRAST
Following options are available for the CONTRAST:
0 2 4 6 8 10 12
HUE
Following options are available for the HUE:
-6 -4 -2 0 +2 +4 +6
SATURATION
Following options are available for the SATURATION:
0 2 4 6 8 10 12
SPEAKER SETUP
DOWNMIX
Following options are available for the DOWNMIX:
LT / RT
STEREO
VSS
FRONT
Following options are available for the FRONT:
LARGE
SMALL
DIGITAL SETUP
DYNAMIC RANGE
Following options are available for the DYNAMIC RANGE:
FULL
6/8
4/ 8
2 /8
OFF
DUAL MONO
Following options are available for the DUAL MONO:
STEREO
MONO L
MONO R
MIX MONO
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BLUETOOTH OPERATIONS (Optional)
Touch the [BLUETOOTH] icon to access the Bluetooth Mode:
1. Current Source Indicator
Displays the source currently playing, touch to return the main menu.
2. Mute
Touch to switch off the sound; touch it again to resume to the previous volume level.
3. Phone Call
Touch to enter the phone calling.
4. Phone Book
Touch to enter the phone book lookup.
5. Audio
Touch to enter the audio device operation.
6. Settings
Touch to enter the Bluetooth settings.
SETTINGS
Touch the icon 1~5, when item is changed to yellow color, the item is selected. And
touch it again and the item is changed to green color, the operation is active.
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1. Auto Answer
Touch to select auto / manual answer when call is coming.
2. Phone Connect
Touch to select auto / manual phone connect when return back the car.
3. Phone Pairing
Touch the icon and the below words on information display:
Then set the phone to pair with unit. When paring finished, set the phone connect
with unit, then you can see the phone name on information display.
Touch the icon again to cancel the pairing and the below words on information
display:
4. Audio Paring
Touch the icon and see the below words on information display:
Then set the audio device to pair with unit. When paring finished, set the audio
device connect with unit, then you can see the audio device name on information
display.
Touch the icon again to cancel the pairing and the below words on information
display:
5. Pin Code
You can change the PIN code by remote control. Press the [CLR] button of remote
control to clear the PIN code, and input the new 4 digitals number, press the [SETUP]
button of remote control to save the new code.
6. Information Display
NOTE:
The unit can pair with totally 5 different devices including cell phones and audio
players. Use the [PHONE] / [AUDIO PLAYER] buttons of remote control to connect /
disconnect the device.
1, When you want to connect another paired cell phone with unit, to press the
[PHONE] button of remote control to disconnect the current connecting cell phone;
use the another cell phone to connect with the unit without paring operations.
2, When you disconnected the current connecting cell phone, also you can press the
[PHONE] button of remote control to connect the cell phone with the unit again.
3, When you want to connect another paired audio player with unit, to press the
[AUDIO PLAYER] button of remote control to disconnect the current connecting
audio player; use the another audio player to connect with the unit without paring
operations.
4, When you disconnected the current connecting audio player, also you can press
the [AUDIO PLAYER] button of remote control to connect the audio player with the
unit again.
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PHONE CALL
1. Call
Touch to call a number or receive a cell phone call. Touch to call the last number if no
number input.
2. Clear
Touch to cancel or clear the numbers you have input.
3. End Call
Touch to reject or hang up a call.
4. Transfer
When talking the phone, touch to transfer the call between the unit and cell phone.
5. Number Keys
Touch the icons to input a phone number.
6. Information Display
CALL OUT
When call out, you will see the below information:
When talking, you will see the below information:
When end the call, you will see the below information:
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CALL IN
When call in, you will see the below image:
When talking, you will see the below image:
When end the call, you will see the below image:
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PHONEBOOK
1. My Phonebook
The phone numbers are stored in phone.
2. SIM Phonebook
The phone numbers are stored in SIM card.
3. Dialed Call
The phone numbers are dialed in phone.
4. Received Call
The phone numbers are received in phone.
5. Missed Call
The phone numbers are missed in phone.
6. Transfer
When talking the phone, touch to transfer the call between the unit and cell phone.
7. Call
Touch to call a selected number from phonebook or to receive a cell phone call.
8. End Call
Touch to reject or hang up a call.
9. / 10. Previous Page / Next Page
There are 5 numbers in each page, touch to see the previous / next page.
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Phone Number List
Touch the icon 1~5, when item is changed to yellow color, the item is selected. And
touch it again and the item is changed to green color, the operation is active and you
will see the below image:
1, Information Display
You will see the phone number of the item in blue color.
2, Phone Number
If this number is stored, you will see the name; if not, you will see the phone number.
Touch the icon when item is changed to yellow color, the item is selected.
3. Phonebook
Touch to return the phonebook page.
AUDIO
1. Previous / 2. Next
Touch to select the previous / next track.
3. Play / Pause
Touch to stop the playback; touch it again to continue playing.
4. Stop
Touch to stop the playback, touch the [Play/Pause] icon to start the playback from the
beginning.
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IPOD OPERATIONS (Optional)
1, Touch the [IPOD] icon to switch IPOD Mode if iPod connected.
2, The unit will switch to IPOD Mode automatically if iPod connected.
3, The unit will switch to RADIO Mode automatically if iPod disconnected.
Music Page
Under the Music Page, it is not effective for the controller of iPod itself, use the keys
of unit to control the operation and all operations are same as DVD Mode.
1. Current Source Indicator
Displays the source currently playing, touch to return the main menu.
2. Mute
Touch to switch off the sound; touch it again to resume to the previous volume level.
3. Next / 4. Previous
Touch to go to the next / pervious chapter, track or song.
5. Play/Pause
Touch to pause or resume the playback.
6. Video
Touch to access the video page.
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Video Page
Under the Video Page, use the controller of iPod itself to control all operations of iPod
including play music, videos and view pictures.
1. Music
Touch the icon to access the music page.
NOTE:
The TV Output in iPod SETUP should be effective, and the pictures & videos could
be displayed on the TFT monitor of unit.
SD CARD OPERATIONS
1. Touch the [SD CARD] icon to access to SD CARD Mode if SD / MMC Card
inserted.
2. The unit will switch to SD CARD Mode automatically if SD / MMC Card connected.
3. When SD / MMC Card disconnected, the unit will switch to RADIO Mode
automatically if there is no disc in the unit; the unit will switch to DVD Mode
automatically if there is a disc in the unit.
4. Under the SD CARD Mode, all operations are same as DVD Mode.
USB OPERATIONS
1. Touch the icon [USB] to access the USB Mode if USB connected.
2. The unit will switch to USB Mode automatically if USB connected.
3. When USB disconnected, the unit will switch to RADIO Mode automatically if there
is no disc in the unit; the unit will switch to DVD Mode automatically if there is a disc
in the unit.
4. Under the USB Mode, all operations are same as DVD operations.
DIM OPERATIONS
Touch the icon [DIM] to switch brightness modes as following:
DIM
DIM1
DIM2
The screen brightness will decrease step by step from DIM
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DIM1
DIM2.
AV IN OPERATIONS
Touch the icon “AV IN” to enter the AV IN Mode:
1. Current Source Indicator
Displays the source currently playing, touch to return the main menu.
2. Mute
Touch to switch off the sound; touch it again to resume to the previous volume level.
NOTE:
There are 2 RCA Audio Inputs & 1 RCA Video Input for unit.
AUX IN OPERATIONS
Touch the icon “AUX IN” to enter the AUX IN Mode:
1. Current Source Indicator
Displays the source currently playing, touch to return the main menu.
2. Mute
Touch to switch off the sound; touch it again to resume to the previous volume level.
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NAVI OPERATIONS (Optional)
Touch Screen Calibration
When 1st time to enter NAVI mode, you will see the calibration screen. Please touch
the points from 1 to 5 by using a ballpoint pen or pencil.
To verify the calibration, please touch the points from 1 to 5 again.
Then the following screen is displayed:
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The Touch Screen is restored to their default positions. Touch anywhere of panel to
finish the calibration and go to the following screen:
Read information and touch “I agree” button at the bottom of the screen, then enter
the NAVI mode.
NOTE:
If change the NAVIbox to connect another unit, please take out the SD card from the
NAVIbox and connect with computer, the following screen is displayed on computer:
Delete the file “calib.ifo” only. Insert the SD card into NAVIbox again, and connect
the NAVIbox with another unit.
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Go to NAVI mode
Touch the icon “NAVI” to enter the NAVI Mode if NAVIBOX connected:
Following screen will be displayed:
Read information and touch “I agree” button at the bottom of the screen.
Enter the NAVI mode by main menu, the NAVI operations are effective only, all other
processes are disable such as Radio, CD etc.
NOTE:
Under NAVI mode, please view all operations by Navigation Device NAVIBOX-1
User’s manual.
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Quick Access Key [NAVI]
Under any working mode, press the [NAVI] button to switch to NAVI mode; press the
[NAVI] button again to return the previous working mode. For example, under Radio
mode, press the [NAVI] button to switch to NAVI mode; press the [NAVI] button again
to quit the NAVI mode and return back the Radio mode.
Enter the NAVI mode by Quick Access Key, the previous working mode is still
working on background. For example, under Radio mode, press the [NAVI] button to
switch to NAVI mode, and you can still listen to the radio stations. But when voice of
Navigation comes, the radio will be interrupted until voice of Navigation ends.
No NAVIBOX Connection
Touch the “NAVI” icon to enter the following screen if the NAVIBOX not connected:
1. Current Source Indicator
Displays the source currently playing, touch to return the main menu.
2. Mute
Touch to switch off the sound; touch it again to resume to the previous volume level.
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ATSC OPERATIONS (Optional)
1. Current Source Indicator
Displays the source currently playing, touch to return the main menu.
2. Mute
Touch to switch off the sound; touch it again to resume to the previous volume level.
3. Return
Touch to return submenu to menu.
4. Menu
Touch to display the menu.
5. Exit
Touch to exit the menu.
6. Direction Arrows Keyboard
Touch the arrows icons to select the item, touch the [ENTER] icon to confirm the
selection.
NOTE:
Under ATSC mode, please view all operations by ATSC Device DTV-1 User’s
manual.
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SYSTEM PARAMETERS SETUP
Touch the [SYSTEM] icon to enter the System Parameters Setup.
SCREEN SETUP
1. Contrast
Touch [UP] / [DOWN] icons to adjust the CONTRAST parameters (Range: -9 to 9);
2. Tint
Touch [UP] / [DOWN] icons to adjust the TINT parameters (Range: -9 to 9);
3. Color
Touch [UP] / [DOWN] icons to adjust the COLOR parameters (Range: -9 to 9);
4. Brightness
Touch [UP] / [DOWN] icons to adjust the BRIGHTNESS parameters (Range: -9 to 9);
SOUND SETUP
1. Treble
Touch [UP] / [DOWN] icons to adjust the TREBLE parameters (Range: -9 to 9);
2. Bass
Touch [UP] / [DOWN] icons to adjust the BASS parameters (Range: -9 to 9);
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3. Sub-Woofer Frequency
Touch [UP] / [DOWN] icons to switch the SUB-WOOFER frequency as following:
OFF — 80Hz — 120Hz — 160Hz — OFF
4. Sub-Woofer Volume
Touch [UP] / [DOWN] icons to adjust the SUB-WOOFER volume parameter (Range:
0 to 15);
5. Buzzer
Touch to turn Buzzer on or off;
6. Balance / Fader
Touch [LEFT] / [RIGHT] icons to adjust the BALANCE parameters (Range: -9 to 9);
Touch [FRONT] / [REAR] icons to adjust FADER parameters (Range: -9 to 9);
7. X-Bass
Touch to turn X-Bass on or off;
CLOCK SETUP
1. Hour
Touch [UP] / [DOWN] icons to adjust the HOUR;
2. Minute
Touch [UP] / [DOWN] icons to adjust the MINUTE;
3. Time Display
Displays the time currently.
4. Time Mode
Touch to switch the time mode between 12-Hour and 24-Hour;
SAVER SETUP
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1. Source Images List
Touch [UP] / [DOWN] icons to select the image captured from DVD, SD card and
USB.
2. Screen Saver Images List
Touch [UP] / [DOWN] icons to select the image of screen saver.
3. Desktop
Touch to set the selected image of source images list as desktop image.
4. Del
Touch to delete the selected image of screen saver images list, or delete the selected
image of source images list.
5. Add
Touch to add the selected image of source images list as screen saver.
6. Screen Saver Time
Touch to adjust the screen saver time as following:
3MIN - 5MIN - NEVER - 10S - 20S - 30S - 60S - 3MIN
OTHERS SETUP
1. RADIO AREA
Touch [LEFT] / [RIGHT] icons to switch the Radio Area as following:
USA – JAPAN – ORIT – EUROPE – ASIA – USA
2. LOC
Touch [LEFT] / [RIGHT] icons to switch the LOC and DX.
3. EQ
Touch [LEFT] / [RIGHT] icons to switch the EQ as following:
USER – POP – CLASSIC – ROCK – JAZZ – USER
4. LOUD
Touch [LEFT] / [RIGHT] icons to turn Loud on or off;
DEFAULT
The unit will restore all default settings of System Parameters Setup.
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SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL
Supply Voltage
Load Impedance
Max Power Output
Bass 100Hz
Treble 10KHz
Dimensions (approx.)
Mounting (approx.)
FM TUNER
Frequency Range
IF
Usable Sensitivity
Stereo Separation
Frequency Response
AM TUNER
Frequency Range
IF
Usable Sensitivity
TV TUNER (Optional)
Frequency Range
: 14.4V DC (11-16V allowed)
: 4Ω per channel
: 50W x 4
: ≥ 10dB
: ≥ 10dB
: 180 x 188 x 59 mm (d/w/h)
: 160 x 178 x 50 mm (d/w/h)
: 87.5 – 108 MHz (Europe/Asia)
87.5 – 107.9 MHz (USA)
: 10.7 MHz
: ≤ 15dBuV
: ≥ 26dB (1 KHz)
: 100-20000Hz
: 531 - 1602 KHz (Asia)
522 - 1620 KHz (Europe)
530 - 1710 KHz (USA)
: 450 KHz
: ≤ 40dBuV
NTSC : 55.25 MHz~855.25MHz
PAL: 48.25 MHz~855.25MHz
DVD PLAYER
Signal-to-noise Ratio
Distortion
: ≥ 85dB (1 KHz)
: ≤ 0.5%
MONITOR
Resolution
Brightness
Contrast
: 480 (w) x 234 (H) (RGB)
: 350 cd/m2
: 250:1
NOTE:
Specifications and design are subject to modification without notice due to
improvement in technology.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
If any of problem persists after checking the below list, Please consult your nearest
service dealer. Never attempt to disassemble and repair unit personally.
Problem
Unit will not
turn on
(no power)
Unit has
power
(but no/low
audio output)
Poor sound
quality or
distortion
Unit resets
itself when
engine is off
Unit blows
fuse
Unit has
audio
(when in
reverse)
Excessive
skipping
IR remote
does not
work
Cause
Action
GENERAL
Yellow wire not connected or
incorrect
voltage Re wire not connected
or incorrect
voltage
Black wire not connected
ACC Fuse blown or Car battery
fuse blown
Illegal operation
Speaker wires not connected
One or more speaker wires
touching each other or touching
chassis ground
Speakers damaged
Speaker power rating not
compatible with unit
Speaker is shorted
Incorrect connection between
ACC and Positive battery wire
Yellow or red wire touching
chassis ground
Speaker wires touching chassis
ground
Incorrect fuse rating
Parking brake safety circuit not
connected
Check connections for proper
voltage(11-16vdc)
Check connection to ground
Install new fuse with correct rating
Press the RESET button
Check connections at speakers
Insulate all bare speaker wires from
each other and chassis ground
Review wiring diagram and check
Connect proper speakers
Check speaker wire contact
Check wiring and correct
Check for pinched wire
Check for pinched wire
Use fuse with correct rating
Check connections at parking brake
Parking brake not applied
Apply parking brake
Unit is not mounted correctly
Check mounting sleeve
Physical defect in media
Check media for scratches
Dead battery
Replace battery
Battery installed incorrectly
Remove battery and install correctly
TUNER
Weak station
searching
Auto antenna is not fully
extended
Auto antenna not properly
connected
LOCAL function is activated
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Connect the auto antenna control
cable properly
Connect the auto antenna control
cable properly
Turn LOCAL function off
Problem
Cause
Action
TFT MONITOR
No video display
(when in
reverse)
Front panel will
not
open/close
Flashing image
or interference
appears on
screen
Prolonged image
or improper
height/width ratio
display
Touch screen
function disorder
if the position is
excursion
Reverse circuit not connected
Check connections at reverse lamp
Vehicle is not in reverse
Select reverse gear
Front panel obstructed
Remove the obstruct and press
OPEN to resume the monitor
open/close sequence
DVD is not compatible with
current TV system settings
Image blurred, distorted, or dark
Change setup to accommodate
disc
Improper video signal
connections
Check wiring and correct
Improper aspect ratio setup
Use correct aspect ratio setting
Under different condition, for
example: temperature , humidity,
tec.
Do touch screen calibrate
DISC
Cannot insert
disc
DVD does not
start
playback
Image blurred ,
distorted, or dark
No repeat or
searching while
playing VCD
Interruption
occurred during
MP3 playback
Bad Disc
appears
on display
Disc already inside unit
Eject current disc and insert new
one
Disc is warped or scratched
Use disc in good condition
Disc is dirty or wet
Clean disc with soft cloth
Incompatible disc is used
Use compatible disc
Disc rating exceeds Parental
Lock rating limit
Disc region code is not
compatible with unit
Change parental Lock settings to
lower restriction
Disc is inserted upside down
Insert disc with label side up
Disc is illegally copied
Use original disc
PBC is on
Turn PBC off
Disc is dirty or scratched
Clean disc or replace new disc
Focus error
Press eject or RESET
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Use disc with proper region code
DISC NOTES
■ Disc formats supported by this player
Handling and Cleaning
● Dirty, dusty, scratched or warped discs will cause misoperation.
● Do not place stickers or make scratches on discs.
● Do not warp discs.
● A disc should always be kept in its case when not in use to prevent from damage.
● Do not place discs in the following places:
1.
Direct sunlight.
2.
Dirty, dusty and damp areas.
3.
High temperature places.
4.
On the seats or dashboard.
Disc Cleaning
Use a dry soft cloth to wipe the surface. If the disc is quite dirty, use a soft
cloth slightly moist with isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol. Never use solvent such
as benzene, thinner or conventional record cleaners which may mar the
surface of the disc.
NOTE:
A disc may became somewhat scratched (although not enough to made it unusable)
depending on your handing it in the condition of the usage environment. These
scratches are not an indication of any problem with the player.
Repairing New Discs with Rough Spots
A new disc may have rough edges on its inside
and outside edges. If a disc with rough edges is
used, the proper setting will not be performed
and the player will not play the disc. Therefore,
remove the rough edges in advance by using a
ballpoint pen or pencil. To remove the rough edges,
press the side of the pen or pencil against the
inside and outside edges of the disc.
* Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
* “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
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