PLTV64R
OWNER’S MANUAL
Mobile Video System
COLOR LCD TV/RECEIVER WITH
CD CHANGER CONTROL
CONTENTS
Important Safety Instruction........................................................................3
Installation .....................................................................................................4
Installation Hardware ..............................................................................................4
Mounting the Tuner Unit .........................................................................................5
Install the Display Unit ............................................................................................5
DIN Front-Mount.....................................................................................................5
DIN Rear-Mount......................................................................................................6
Electrical Connection ...................................................................................7
Operation .......................................................................................................8
Location and Function of Keys...............................................................................8
General Operation ................................................................................................10
Radio Operation....................................................................................................11
CDC Operation .....................................................................................................11
TV Operation.........................................................................................................12
Specification................................................................................................15
2
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTION
CAUTION:
Please read and observe all warnings and instruction given in this owner’s manual
and those marked on the unit. Keep these instructions. Retain this booklet for future
reference.
Please read the following safety instructions carefully.
1. This set 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.
2. The screen display is operated automatically. Do not draw the screen display out
or turn it upward or downward manually. Otherwise, the mechanism construction
may be harmed to some degree.
3. When you operate the display unit, do not touch the display by your hands. It may
harm your fingers.
3
INSTALLATION
Notes:
• Choose the mounting location where
the unit will not interfere with the
normal driving function of the driver.
• Before finally installing the unit,
connect the wiring temporarily and
make sure it is all connected up
properly and the unit and the system
work properly.
Double Sided
Tape (2 pcs)
Lever
(2 pcs)
Hexagonal Bolt
(M6 x 12) (4 pcs)
Tapping Screw
(M5 x 12) (4 pcs)
Mounting Bolt
(M5 x 5) (8 pcs)
Strap
(1 pcs)
Tapping Screw
(M5 x 25) (1 pcs)
Nut
(M5) (1 pcs)
Plain Washer
(M5) (1 pcs)
Spring Washer
(M5) (5 pcs)
• 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.
• Install the unit where it does not get in
the driver’s way and cannot injure the
passenger if there is a sudden stop,
like an emergency stop.
• If installation angle exceeds 30˚ from
horizontal, the unit might not give its
optimum performance.
30˚
• 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.
INSTALLATION HARDWARE
Bracket (A)
(2 pcs)
Spring Washer
(M6) (4 pcs)
Bracket (B)
(2 pcs)
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INSTALLATION
at the sides of the unit chassis).
For details, refer to the following
illustrated installation methods.
MOUNTING THE TUNER UNIT
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DIN FRONT-MOUNT
Installing the unit
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2
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3
Step 1
(Fig. 1)
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6
1. Dashboard
2. Holder
After inserting the holder into the
dashboard, select the appropriate tab
according to the thickness of the
dashboard material and bend them
inwards to secure the holder in place.
3. Display Unit
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5
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8
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7
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Step 2
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
2
Bracket (A)
Mounting Bolt (M5 x 5)
Bracket (B)
Hexagonal Bolt with Washer (M6 x 12)
Tapping Screw with Washer (M5 x 12)
Spring Washer (M6)
Spring Washer (M5)
Double Sided Tape
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3
5
(Fig. 2)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
INSTALL THE DISPLAY UNIT
Before install the display unit, please
remove its tail screw and cable parts.
This unit can be properly installed either
from “front” (convertional DIN Frontmount) or “rear” (DIN Rear-mount
installation, utilizing threaded screw holes
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Dashboard
Nut (M5)
Spring Washer
Tapping Screw with Washer (M5 x 25)
Screw
Plain Washer
Strap
Be sure to use the strap to secure the
back of the unit in place. The strap
can be bent by hand to the desired
angle.
INSTALLATION
Removing the unit
1. Select a position where the screw
holes of the bracket and the screw
holes of the main unit become aligned
(are fitted), and tighten the screws at
2 places on each side.
Use either truss screws (5 x 5mm),
depending on the shape of the screw
holes in the bracket.
2. Screw
3. Factory Radio Mounting Bracket
4. Dashboard or Console
5. Hook and Screw (Remove this part)
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1. Lever
Insert the levers supplied with the unit
into the grooves at both sides of the
unit as shown in figure until they click.
Pulling the levers upward and out to
makes it possible to remove the unit.
Note: The frame, strap, and half-sleeve
are not used for REAR-MOUNT.
DIN REAR-MOUNT
Installation using the screw holes on the
both sides of the unit.
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2
5
4
2
3
5
Fastening the unit to the factory radio
mounting bracket.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
RADIO/TV MAIN UNIT
(VIEW FROM REAR)
RADIO/TV MAIN UNIT
(VIEW FROM FRONT)
TV DIVERSITY ANTENNA INPUT
AV INPUT
AV1
RADIO CONTROL
CDC SET
Rch RED
GREY PLUG
BLACK PLUG
B
BLACK CABLE
TO SELECT CD CHANGER’S SORT
VIDEO OUTPUT
Lch WHITE
75ohm RF WIRE (BLACK)
REAR RCA CABLE
(FOR RCA LINE VERSION ONLY)
FRONT RCA CABLE
Lch WHITE
Rch RED
(GREY)
(BROWN)
RADIO ANTENNA INPUT
TO CD CHANGER
TV DIVERSITY ANTENNA INPUT
TV CONTROL
GREY/BLACK
GREY
CHOKE
BOX
BLACK GROUND
YELLOW MEMORY
RED ACC
BLUE/WHITE POWANT
FROM VIDEO/AUDIO SOURCE
VIDEO AUDIO–R AUDIO–L A
BLACK/GREY CABLE
AV2
CDC INPUT
EXTERNAL REMOTE RECEIVER
DISPLAY UNIT
TO POWER SUPPLY
WHITE
WHITE/BLACK
FRONT
Lch SPK
GREY
GREY/BLACK
FRONT
Rch SPK
GREEN/BLACK
REAR
Lch SPK
GREEN
VIOLET
REAR
Rch SPK
VIOLET/BLACK
RADIO CONTROL
TV MONITOR
CAUTION:
1. If the TV control grey cable is connected to car brake, when the car is running, you
cannot switch into TV mode, and the button (2) or (OPEN/CLOSE) button (31)
is unavailable.
2. To select CD changer’s sort:
Before installing the unit, connect the CD changer with the unit correctly and turn
on the power to make the unit work in CD changer state. If the operation normally,
the switch button’s position is right, otherwise, please dial the switch button to the
other position.
Note: How to select A or B in CDC SET is different according to the units of the
customers use.
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OPERATION
LOCATION AND FUNCTION OF KEYS
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1
11 12
14
7
8 13
5
4
17
18
19 15 20
4
10
8
3
21
16
9
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OPERATION
LOCATION AND FUNCTION OF KEYS
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22
23
24
26
25
27
31
37
36
38
34
32
28
33
29
35
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
PWR
MUT
LCD
T/F
SEL
VOL
VOL
RESET
IR
BND
MOD
TUNE/SKIP
TUNE/SKIP
M1 ~ M6
AS/PS
CD +
CD –
RPT
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
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SCN
RND
TV/AV
0 ~ 9 Numeric Buttons
-/-- Digital Selecting Button
MUTE
DSP (=SCREEN DISPLAY)
SORT
CH +
CH –
POWER
(OPEN/CLOSE)
VOL +
VOL –
ANGLE ADJ. +
ANGLE ADJ. –
MENU
/
/
OPERATION
By pressing MOD button (12), you can
select desired playing mode among
TV, radio and CDC.
GENERAL OPERATION
• ON/OFF
Switch on the unit by pressing PWR
button (1). When system is on, press
it again to turn it off.
CAUTION: The unit cannot be
switched into TV mode, when the car
is running. So at this time, you just
select playing mode between radio and
CDC.
• SELECTING SOUND MODE
Press SEL button (6) to move display
through volume, bass, treble, balance
and fader functions. Use VOL (7)
and VOL (8) buttons to adjust the
selected mode. When mode has not
been adjusted for several seconds,
display returns to previous display status
(e.g. radio display or CDC display).
VOL
(Volume)
BAS
(Bass)
TRE
(Treble)
BAL
(Balance)
Volume
Adjust volume level using VOL
and VOL (8) buttons.
• MUTE
Press MUT button (3) to cut down
sound output, “MUTE” will appear on
the display. Press it again to resume
the previous volume mode.
• SETTING THE CLOCK
Press T/F button (5) to change the
display into clock display. While the
current time is appeared on the display,
press it again to return to frequency
showing.
FAD
(Fader)
(7)
Time Setting
- Set hours:
Holding down T/F button (5) for
several seconds, and the clock is
blinking on the display, press
TUNE/SKIP
button (14) to adjust
the hour.
- Set minutes:
Holding down T/F button (5) for
several seconds, and the clock is
blinking on the display, press
TUNE/SKIP
button (13) to adjust
the minutes.
Bass
Press SEL button (6) for one time.
Adjust bass level using VOL (7) and
VOL (8) buttons.
Treble
Press SEL button (6) for two times.
Adjust treble level using VOL (7) and
VOL (8) buttons.
Balance
Press SEL button (6) for three times.
Adjust sound balance between left and
right speakers using VOL (7) and
VOL (8) buttons.
• LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY
The LCD (4) can show the current state
of the unit.
Fader
Press SEL button (6) for four times.
Adjust sound balance between front
and rear speakers using VOL (7) and
VOL (8) buttons.
• RESET
Reset button (9) must be activated with
either a ball point pen or thin metal
object. The reset button is to be
activated for the following reasons:
- Initial installation of the unit when all
wiring is completed.
- All the function buttons do not
operate.
- Error symbol on the display.
• SELECTING PLAYING MODE
When the screen display is drawn in,
press MOD button (12) to select
desired playing mode between radio
and CDC. When the screen display is
drawn out, the unit will automatically
switch into TV mode.
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OPERATION
- Auto Memory Scanning
Check the stations stored in the
preset memories. Press to retrieve
automatically the current stations
stored in six preset memories and it
will display for several seconds.
Press either the AS/PS button (16)
again or anyone of the memory
buttons to stop the scan operation.
During the preset scan operation,
the channel number flashes on the
display for several seconds.
Preset station scan continuously in
the pre-selected band.
RADIO OPERATION
• SELECTING BAND
Press BND button (11) to change
between three FM bands and two AM
bands and one LW band. Each band
stores up to six preset stations.
FM1
FM2
FM3
AM1/MW
AM2/LW
• SELECTING STATION
During radio mode, press TUNE/SKIP
button (13) to increase frequency
or TUNE/SKIP
button (14) to
decrease frequency by one step of
channel spacing. Hold the button
longer for fast tuning. The frequency
is updated correspondingly on display.
CDC OPERATION
• SELECTING TRACK
During CDC mode, press TUNE/SKIP
button (14) or TUNE/SKIP
button (13) to move to the previous
track or the next track. The track
number shows on the display.
• SELECTING MEMORY
Press preset memory buttons (15) to
preset stations at tuner mode.
With this system, a total of 30 stations
can be stored in the memory of six
buttons. The stations might be FM1,
FM2, FM3, AM1/MW and AM2/LW
band. The operation is as below:
• SELECTING CD
Press CD + button (17) to select next
disc and CD – button (18) to select
previous disc.
- Store in Memory
Press and hold desired memory
location button for several seconds.
The current listening station will be
stored into the number button.
• REPEAT THE SAME TRACK
Press RPT button (19) to continuously
repeat the same track on the current
disc. Press it again to continuously
repeat all tracks on the current disc.
Press it the third time to stop
repeating.
- Retrieve a Preset Station
Press any one of the buttons (15) to
retrieve a station which had been
stored in the memory in advance the
chosen number is shown on display.
• PREVIEW ALL TRACKS
Press SCN button (20) to play the first
several seconds of each track on the
current disc. Press it again to stop
intro and listen to track.
• AUTO MEMORY STORING &
SCANNING
- Auto Memory Storing
Seeks the six strongest stations in
the pre-selected band automatically
and stores the stations automatically
in preset memories. Initially the tuner
seeks and memories the stations in
local mode until 6 stations are fully
occupied. Otherwise, seeking is
proceeded in distance mode.
• PLAY ALL TRACKS
Press RND button (21) to play all tracks
on the current CD in random order.
Press it again to cancel the mode.
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OPERATION
TV OPERATION
OPEN/CLOSE
Button (2)
• REMOTE SENSOR
On the screen display, there is a
remote sensor IR (10) to receive
remote control signal. You can point
the remote control handset to IR (10)
and press function keys on the handset
to control TV.
The unit is also connected an external
remote receiver (See the electrical
connection diagrams on Page 7 & 8),
and the function is the same with IR
(10).
Fig. 1
- When the display stretches to a
certain location, it will turn upward
automatically.
Notes:
- The external remote receiver is
placed near the display for the best
to receiver remote signal easily.
- If the display doesn’t stretch out, you
cannot control the TV through the IR
(10), and you must point the remote
control handset to the external
receiver.
- If the angle of the display from
vertical exceeds ± 20° (Especially
the distance exceeds 3m.),
controlling the TV through IR (10)
cannot get good effect. You are
suggested to use the external
remote receiver.
- In all playing modes, such as radio,
CDC or TV, the POWER button (30)
and the VOL + / – buttons (32 & 33)
are available.
Fig. 2
- Adjusting the viewing angle.
The display will stop when it turns
upward to a certain angle, then you
can press ANGLE ADJ. + button (34)
or ANGLE ADJ. – button (35) to turn
the display upward or downward to
a desired viewing angle. In this case,
you need to consider if the IR (10) is
available.
• ON/OFF THE UNIT
Switch on the unit by pressing POWER
button (30). When system is on, press
it again to turn it off.
• OPEN/CLOSE THE DISPLAY AND
ANGLE ADJUSTMENT
- Press button (2) on the faceplate
or point the remote handset to the
external remote receiver and press
(OPEN/CLOSE) button (31), the
screen display will stretch
automatically.
Fig. 3
- When you switch the POWER off or
press button (2) or press
(OPEN/CLOSE) button (31), the
display will turn downward
automatically.
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OPERATION
In this case, you also need to
consider if the IR (10) is available.
• PICTURE ADJUSTMENT/PROGRAM
SETTING/SYSTEM CONTROL
In TV mode, press MENU button (36)
to enter the main menu. And the menu
includes three sub-menus:
PICTURE MENU, TUNER MENU and
SYSTEM MENU.
Press the button repeatedly or press
/ buttons (37) to select the desired
item then press / buttons (38) to
enter the corresponding sub-menu to
set.
- In PICTURE MENU, use / buttons
(37) to select picture mode upward
or downward as follows:
BRG
I HT
Fig. 4
CONTRAST
COLOR
SHARP
TN
IT
Then use / buttons (38) to adjust
the selected item.
Note: In PAL SYSTEM, there is no
“TINT” item.
- In TUNER MENU, use / buttons
(37) to select picture mode upward
or downward as follows:
- When the display turns downward to
a certain angle, it will draw in.
POS
SKPI
BAND
FN
IE
AFT
SEARCH
ASM
Then use / buttons (38) to adjust
the selected item.
- In SYSTEM MENU, use / buttons
(38) to select picture mode upward
or downward as follows:
Fig. 5
• SELECTING RECEIVING MODE
Press TV/AV button (22) to select
among AV1/AV2/TV.
COLOR
• SELECTING CHANNEL
- Press CH + button (28) or CH –
button (29) to choose channel
upward or downward.
- The numeric buttons (0, 1 ~ 9) (23)
allow you to select the correspinding
channel directly.
- Press digital select button (-/--) (24)
cooperatively used with numeric
buttons to select channel desired.
SOUND
LANG.
BB/
CORING
HALFTONE
Then use / buttons (38) to adjust
the selected item.
In AV mode, press MENU button (36),
the screen will display PICTURE MENU
and SYSTEM MENU but not TUNER
MENU. And in SYSTEM MENU, there
is no “SOUND” item. The setting
method is the same with that in TV
mode.
Note: In the menus (except TUNER
MENU), if you don’t operate over 6
seconds, the screen display will
disappear.
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OPERATION
• VOLUME ADJUSTMENT
Press VOL + button (32) or VOL –
button (33) to adjust volume level.
• MUTE
Press MUTE button (25) to mute the
sound. Press the button again, the
screen will display “VOLUME XXX” for
about 4 seconds, and this is the
AUDIO level setting value of the TV
unit. The users may not mind it, and
that adjust the volume level by VOL +
(32) and VOL – (33) buttons.
• SCREEN DISPLAY
Press DSP button (26), the screen will
display the current status such as
TVch/AV1/AV2, the COLOR SYSTEM
and the SOUND SYSTEM on the righttop corner. In AV mode, there is no
SOUND SYSTEM display.
• PROGRAM SORTING
Sometimes the signal that the TV
station sent is in random order.
Then you can use the program sorting
function to arrange the program in
defined sequence to watch
conveniently. For example: If you
want to arrange channel 9 and press
SORT button (27) and -/-- button (24),
then press numeric button 1 and press
SORT button (27) again to complete
sorting.
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SPECIFICATION
GENERAL
Power Supply Voltage
Maximum Power
Load Impedance
Tone Controls
- Bass (at 100 Hz)
- Treble (at 10 KHz)
: DC 12 Volts, Negative Ground
: 4 x 60 Watts
: 10 Ampere (max.)
: + / – 10 dB
: + / – 10 dB
TV
Monitor Screen Size
Resolution
TV Sensitivity
: 6.4” TFT
: 960 x 234 dots
: 45 dBµV/PD (max.) @CH25 in average
RADIO
FM
87.5 to 107.9 MHz
6 µV
> 45 dB
> 25 dB
Frequency Coverage
Sensitivity (30 dB S/N)
Image Rejection
Stereo Separation
:
:
:
:
Frequency Coverage
Sensitivity (20 dB S/N)
Image Rejection
AM
: 530 to 1710 KHz
: 35 dB
: 45 dB
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