UVO SYSTEM USER'S MANUAL
Preface
Congratulations on the Purchase of
your new UVO system!
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Table of contents
PART 1 GETTING STARTED
Safety Symbols … ……………………………………………… 7
FCC Information …
contents
WARNING & SAFETY INFORMATION
Controls and Features
7
Control Panel…………………………………………………… 10
Safety Precautions …………………………………………… 8
Steering Wheel………………………………………………… 12
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Automatic Brightness Control… …………… 20
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Manual Brightness Control…………………… 20
Turning Display On and Off…
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21
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22
Table of contents
3
Turn Text Scroll On and Off
Basic Features
System Power… ……………………………………………… 14
1. Turning System Power On……………………… 14
2. Turning System Power Off……………………… 14
Select Display Language… …………………………… 15
Resetting and Initializing UVO system… …… 15
1. Resetting the system……………………………… 15
2. Initializing the system… …………………………… 16
Sound and Display Settings
Sound Settings………………………………………………… 17
1. FADER/BALANCE…………………………………… 17
2. TONE…………………………………………………………… 18
3. Touch Screen Beep… ……………………………… 18
4. Speed Dependent Volume Control… …… 18
5. Power Bass (Optional)…
…………………………
19
Display Settings… …………………………………………… 20
1. Setting Brightness…
…………………………………
20
Table of contents
PART 2 AUDIO FEATURES
4. Viewing SIRIUS channel information…… 33
MEDIA MODE
FM/AM MODE
Common Features…
Explore CD…
… …………………………………………………
REW/FF
34
Viewing song information
Jump…
………………………………………………………
35
Copying songs into JUKEBOX… ………………… 43
Using Repeat…………………………………………… 35
Using Shuffle… ………………………………………… 35
1. Copying the current song………………………… 43
Listening to the FM/AM radio
27
1. Selecting a broadcast frequency…………… 27
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Selecting through SEEK………………………… 27
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Selecting through manual search…
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Selecting through preset
28
AUDIO CD MODE
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43
43
2. Copying songs from list…………………………… 44
USB MODE
2. Storing presets…………………………………………… 28
Cautions upon handling Audio CDs… ………… 36
Cautions upon handling USB MP3……………… 45
3. Scanning FM/AM broadcast frequencies… … 29
AUDIO CD Mode Screen and Features… … 38
Precautions upon handling USB… ……………… 46
4. Preset Scan………………………………………………… 29
Inserting/Ejecting a Disc………………………………… 38
Connecting your USB device…
5. Listening to HD Radio Stations(Optional)
TM
………
29
6. Viewing FM/AM Station information……… 29
SIRIUS MODE
SIRIUS Mode Screen and Features…………… 30
Listening to the SIRIUS radio
… ……………………
30
1. Selecting a SIRIUS channel…………………… 30
1. Inserting a Disc
… ………………………………………
38
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USB Mode Screen and Features
…………………
47
47
2. Ejecting a Disc…………………………………………… 38
Listening to USB music… ……………………………… 48
Listening to an Audio CD… …………………………… 39
Selecting USB music……………………………………… 48
Selecting a CD track… …………………………………… 39
1. Selecting through song Up/Down… ……… 48
1. Selecting through Track Up/Down
39
2. Selecting through manual search… ……… 48
2. Selecting through manual search… ……… 39
3. Selecting from the playlist… …………………… 49
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MP3 CD MODE
4. by Folders, Artists, Albums, Genres
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Selecting through SEEK………………………… 30
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Selecting through manual search…
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Selecting through preset
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Selecting through channel search… …… 31
Listening to an MP3 CD………………………………… 41
Viewing song information……………………………… 50
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31
Cautions upon handling MP3 CD………………… 40
… ……………………
31
MP3 CD Mode Screen and Features
… ………
41
Songs, Composers……………………………… 49
Explore USB…
…………………………………………………
49
Selecting through SIRIUS category list…… 32
Selecting an MP3 CD song…………………………… 42
Copying songs into JUKEBOX… ………………… 50
2. Using Skip…………………………………………………… 32
1. Selecting through song Up/Down………… 42
3. Storing preset
2. Selecting through manual search………… 42
1. Copying the current song………………………… 50
2. Copying songs from list…………………………… 51
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34
34
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… ……………………
Composers………………………………………… 42
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Play/Pause…
28
42
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4. by Artists, Albums, Genres, Songs
FM/AM Mode Screens and Features… ……… 26
… ……………………
3. Selecting from MP3 list…
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33
Viewing song information… ……………………… 58
About iPod… …………………………………………… 52
AUX MODE
2. Deleting all files… ……………………………………… 67
1. Trademark………………………………………………… 52
AUX Mode Screen…
2. Connecting your iPod device… ……………… 52
Connecting an AUX media device… …………… 59
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iPod Mode Screen and Features
53
Listening to your iPod…
…………………………………
53
Selecting iPod music……………………………………… 54
1. Selecting through song Up/Down… ……… 54
2. Selecting through manual search
… ………
54
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Listening to AUX media
… ………………………………
59
Using your Bluetooth wireless technology
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BT Mode Screen and Features… ………………… 60
Listening to music from your Bluetooth
Ⓡ
wireless technology enabled device
……………
61
4. By Artists, Albums, Genres, Songs,
REW/FF a song… …………………………………………… 61
zune MODE
Handsfree system
…………………………………………………………………
Selecting a song……………………………………………… 61
Viewing song information… ……………………… 55
PART 3 PHONE FEATURES
59
BT AUDIO MODE
3. Selecting from the playlist… …………………… 54
Podcasts, Composers, Audiobooks……… 54
1. Deleting JUKEBOX…………………………………… 66
70
Smart driving practices
…………………………………………………………………
71
Pairing your handset device to the handsfree
system
JUKEBOX MODE
JUKEBOX Mode Screen and Features
………
62
Pairing a Bluetooth wireless technology
Ⓡ
Listening to JUKEBOX…………………………………… 63
enabled device for the first time… …………… 72
About zune… …………………………………………… 56
Selecting a JUKEBOX song… ……………………… 63
Deleting a paired handset device… ………… 73
1. Trademark………………………………………………… 56
1. Selecting through song Up/Down… ……… 63
2. Connecting your zune device
2. Selecting through manual search
…………………
56
… ………
63
zune Mode Screen and Features………………… 56
3. Selecting from the playlist… …………………… 63
Listening to your zune… ………………………………
4. by Artists, Albums, Genres, Songs,
57
Selecting zune music……………………………………… 57
1. Selecting through song Up/Down
… ………
57
2. Selecting through manual search… ……… 57
3. Selecting from the playlist… …………………… 57
4. By Songs, Genres, Albums, Artists,
Playlists…
……………………………………………………
58
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74
Setting Priority………………………………………… 74
Using the phone features
Phone Mode Screens and Features… ……… 76
Composers… ……………………………………………… 64
Adding Favorites
Connecting a handset device…
1. When a mobile phone is connected……… 76
64
2. When making a call…
65
3. When receiving an incoming call…………… 77
Checking System Information……………………… 66
Answering an incoming call……………………… 78
Deleting JUKEBOX………………………………………… 66
Rejecting an incoming call…
………………………………………………
Playing Favorites…
…………………………………………
Memory Management
………………………………
76
4. When on a call…………………………………………… 77
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78
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contents
iPod MODE
Table of contents
Call waiting……………………………………………… 78
Phone settings
3. MEDIA… …………………………………………………… 101
Placing a call…………………………………………… 79
Setting Phone Volume… ……………………………… 87
4. JUKEBOX………………………………………………… 102
1. By dialing a number… ………………………… 79
Turn Streaming Audio On and Off…………… 87
Command List - Phone Commands………… 103
2. By contact list……………………………………… 79
Contacts Sync………………………………………………… 88
3. By recent calls… ………………………………… 80
SMS…
Contact list… …………………………………………… 81
………………………………………………………………
89
PART 5 REAR VIEW CAMERA
Changing passkey………………………………………… 89
About Rear View Camera
1.Downloading contact list
(from mobile phone)……………………………… 81
PART 4 VOICE COMMANDS
………………………………………………………………
106
Searching your contacts…………………………… 82
1. By name…
…………………………………………
2. By number…
………………………………………
82
83
Checking missed calls…………………………………… 84
SMS………………………………………………………… 85
1. Downloading SMS messages
… …………………………………………………………………………
92
Operating Voice Command
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Using Voice Command
… ………………………………
93
Before thinking the product has
Voice Command Help… ………………………………… 93
malfunctioned………………………………………………… 108
(from mobile phone)… ……………………………… 85
Turning Command Feedback On and Off… …… 94
Troubleshooting…
2. Checking an SMS message…………………… 85
Adjusting Voice Command Volume… ………… 95
(Custom Messages)… ……………………………… 85
Creating a Voice Profile… ……………………………… 96
4. Editing Custom Messages……………………… 85
Selecting a Previous Voice Profile… …………… 97
5. Switching the call between handsfree
Deleting a Voice Profile… ……………………………… 98
and handset device
……………………………………
86
6. Transferring the handsfree call to your
7. Transferring a call on your Handset
device to handsfree
… ………………………………
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Voice Command List
Command List - General Commands………… 99
Handset device… ……………………………………… 86
Command List - Audio Commands…
………
100
………………………………………
100
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100
1. FM/AM Radio…
86
2. SIRIUS
…………………………………
109
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112
PART 7 INDEX
Speaker Adaptation
3. Sending an SMS message
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PART 6 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Conditions for voice command system
INDEX
WARNING & SAFETY INFORMATION
Warning
When encountering this symbol in the manual, you must follow these
● FCC Information
WARNING
Safety Symbols
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions:
recommendations to avoid irreparable damage to your car, system or
1.This device may not cause harmful interference, and
connected devices or to avoid accidents with injuries or death.
2.T his device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
Caution
When encountering this symbol in the manual, you must be very
FCC notification to users
careful and follow the recommendations to avoid damage to your car,
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
system or connected devices or to avoid injury.
CLASS B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
● limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
Note
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
Information which you must be aware of or recommendations for your
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
convenience and for optimal operation of your system.
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
● However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference,
the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by consulting
with a KIA dealer or an experienced technician for technical assistance.
WARNING & SAFETY INFORMATION
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WARNING & SAFETY INFORMATION
Warning
Caution
Driving while distracted can result in a loss of vehicle control, that may
lead to an accident, severe personal injury, and/or death. The driver’s
primary responsibility is in the safe and legal operation of a vehicle, and
use of any handheld devices, other equipment, or vehicle systems
which take the driver’s eyes, attention and focus away from the safe
operation of a vehicle or which are not permissible by law should never
be used during operation of the vehicle.
ead and understand all instructions before
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you use the system. If damage is caused by
failure to follow instructions, the warranty will
not apply.
● D o not operate the audio system in an
unsafe manner while driving.
●
not operate the audio system for prolonged
Do
periods of time with the vehicle ignition in ACC.
Such operations may lead to battery discharge.
●
not expose the device to rain or water.
Do
Never insert foreign objects into the slots or other
openings on the device.
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●
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o not dismantle, assemble, or modify the
D
audio system.
●
o not cause severe shock to the device. Direct
D
pressure to the front side of the monitor may
cause damage to the LCD or touch panel.
●
I n case of product malfunction, contact your
place of purchase or service center.
●
hen cleaning the touch screen, make sure to
W
turn off the device and use a dry and smooth
cloth. Never use abrasive materials, chemical
cloths, or solvents, such as alcohol, ammonia,
benzene, thinners, etc. Such materials may
damage the touch panel or cause color and
quality deterioration.
●
o not stare at the screen for long periods of
D
time while driving.
o reduce the risk of traffic accidents, do not
T
watch the screen when driving.
● Set the volume to a level which allows you to
be aware of external conditions.
● Use only the supplied mounting hardware for
safe operation.
●
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WARNING & SAFETY INFORMATION
PART 1
Table of contents
PART 1 GETTING STARTED
Automatic Brightness Control… ………………… 20
●
Manual Brightness Control… ……………………… 20
Turning Display On and Off… ……………………………… 21
Turn Text Scroll On and Off… ……………………………… 22
Basic Features
System Power… …………………………………………………………… 14
1. Turning System Power On… ………………………… 14
2. Turning System Power Off… ………………………… 14
Select Display Language… …………………………………… 15
Resetting and Initializing UVO system… ……… 15
1. Resetting the system… ……………………………………… 15
2. Initializing the system………………………………………… 16
Sound and Display Settings
Sound Settings……………………………………………………………… 17
1. FADER/BALANCE……………………………………………… 17
2. TONE…………………………………………………………………………… 18
3. Touch Screen Beep…………………………………………… 18
4. Speed Dependent Volume Control… ……… 18
5. Power Bass (Optional)……………………………………… 19
Display Settings… ………………………………………………………… 20
1. Setting Brightness… …………………………………………… 20
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GETTING STARTED
Control Panel… ……………………………………………………………… 10
Steering Wheel……………………………………………………………… 12
contents
Controls and Features
●
GETTING STARTED
PART 1
Controls and Features
1
DISC EJECT
Ejects the inserted disc.
Control Panel
2
FM/AM
FM/AM
Turns on FM/AM mode. Each press of the
FM/AM
13
1
3
3
10
4
SIRIUS
Turns on SIRIUS mode.
11
2
key will change the band in the
order of FM → AM → FM.
4
MEDIA
Turns on MEDIA mode. Each press of the
9
MEDIA key will change the mode in the
order of CD → USB/iPod/zune → AUX →
BT Audio → CD.
8
5
12
5
6
7
POWER/VOLUME
Push : Turns Power On/Off.
Dial : Turns Volume Up/Down.
6
∨ SEEK/TRACK ∧
Short (under 0.8 seconds)
In FM/AM mode, automatically searches
and plays the previous or next frequency.
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In SIRIUS mode, automatically searches
8
TUNE
12
RESET
Reset the system to be used if system is
search for frequencies.
acting abnormally.
zune, BT AUDIO), plays the previous or
In SIRIUS mode, turn the knob to manually
next track, song, or file.
search for channels. Press the knob to
In JUKEBOX mode, plays the previous or
receive the selected channel.
next track.
In MEDIA mode (CD, MP3, USB, iPod,
13
DISC indicator LED
Displays that a DISC has been inserted.
zune), turn the knob to manually search for
Long (over 0.8 seconds)
the previous or next track, song, or file.
In FM/AM mode, quickly moves through
Press the knob to receive the selected
the frequencies when the button is
track, song, or file.
pressed and held. Once released,
In JUKEBOX mode, turn the knob to
automatically searches and plays the
manually search for the previous or next
previous or next frequency.
track. Press the knob to receive the
In SIRIUS mode, quickly moves to the
selected track.
previous or next channel.
In MEDIA mode (CD, MP3, USB, iPod,
9
zune, BT AUDIO), REW/FF the current
SETUP
Displays SETUP mode.
track, song, or file.
In JUKEBOX mode, REW/FF the current
10
track.
PHONE
Displays Bluetooth wireless technology
Ⓡ
Phone mode.
7
∨ CATEGORY ∧
In SIRIUS mode, moves to the previous or
next SIRIUS category.
11
JUKEBOX
Displays JUKEBOX mode.
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1 GETTING STARTED
In FM/AM mode, turn the knob to manually
In MEDIA mode (CD, MP3, USB, iPod,
PART
and plays the previous or next channel.
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GETTING STARTED
Steering Wheel
1
∨
SEEK/TRACK ∧
Short (under 0.8 seconds)
In FM/AM mode, automatically searches
and plays the previous or next preset
frequency.
In SIRIUS mode, automatically searches
and plays the previous or next preset
channel.
I n MEDIA mode (CD, MP3, USB, iPod,
zune, BT AUDIO), plays the previous or
next track, song, or file.
In JUKEBOX mode, plays the previous or
3
2
next track.
1
Long (over 0.8 seconds)
In FM/AM mode, quickly moves through
4
5
6
the frequencies when the button is pressed
and held. Once released, automatically
searches and plays the previous or next
frequency.
I n SIRIUS mode, quickly moves to the
previous or next channel. In MEDIA mode (CD, MP3, USB, iPod,
zune, BT AUDIO), REW/FF the current
track, song, or file.
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wireless technology phone screen will be
track.
displayed.
PART
In JUKEBOX mode, REW/FF the current
1 GETTING STARTED
When a SMS message is received, reads
2
+ VOLUME -
back message.
Turns Volume Up/Down.
6
3
MODE
nd Bluetooth wireless technology
E
Phone
Ⓡ
Changes the mode. Each press will change
modes in the order of FM → AM → SIRIUS
Pressing this key will reject an incoming
→ CD → USB/iPod/zune → AUX → BT
Audio → JUEKBOX → FM.
will be ended. call. If pressed during a call, the current call
When a SMS message is received, ignores
message.
4
Voice Command
Short (under 0.8 seconds)
If Voice recognition is off, turns on Voice
recognition.
If system is speaking, interrupts speaking
and enters listening mode.
Long (over 0.8 seconds)
If Voice recognition is on, turns off Voice
recognition.
5
Bluetooth wireless technology Phone
Ⓡ
Pressing this key will receive an incoming
call. If the Audio is on, the Bluetooth
Ⓡ
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GETTING STARTED
Basic Features
3. The system will automatically restore the
most recently played mode. For example,
System Power
1. Turning System Power On
Note
●
was turned off, the system will turn back on
the system and display FM radio mode if
automatically. Conversely, if the system
FM mode had been the last operated
power was off when the ignition was turned
mode prior to turning off the system.
4. Y ou can also turn the system on by
pressing the FM/AM , SIRIUS , MEDIA and
JUKEBOX
keys.
Note
●
Pressing any one of the FM/AM , SIRIUS ,
MEDIA
1. Turn on the ignition.
and JUKEBOX keys will turn on the
system and display the last mode
corresponding to each key. For example,
pressing the MEDIA key will turn on the
system and display CD mode if the last
operated MEDIA mode prior to turning off the
system had been CD mode.
2. Turning System Power Off
1.W h i l e t h e s y s t e m i s o n , p r e s s t h e
2. W h i l e th e syste m i s o ff, p re ss th e
POWER/VOL
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knob to turn the system on.
PART 1. GETTING STARTED
If the system power was on when the ignition
pressing the POWER/VOL knob will turn on
POWER/VOL
knob to turn off the system.
off, the system will remain off.
●
If the battery voltage is low, the audio may
take a prolonged time to boot upon turning
on the vehicle.
Select Display Language
2. Press the
Main
button.
PART
Resetting and Initializing UVO system
preferred display language for maximum
1. Resetting the system
convenience and system usability. The system
If the system is behaving abnormally, press the
provides you with options of three languages -
reset button to reset the system.
English, French (Canadian) and Spanish. The
default language is English.
3. P ress the
English
button next to the
Language menu.
1. Use a ball-point pen or similar object to
press the RESET key.
2. The system will reboot and automatically
1. Press the SETUP key on the control panel.
restore the most recent mode.
4. Select the desired language.
Caution
5. The system will reboot and automatically
restore the most recent mode in the new
language.
Note
●
The reset button should only be used in case
● of system malfunction. Never use the reset
key while the system is operating normally.
If you wish to reset while the system is
● C hanging language will delete all paired
operating normally, turn the power off first
phones.
then reset.
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1 GETTING STARTED
The UVO system allows you to select the
PART 1
GETTING STARTED
2. Initializing the system
3. Press the
1. Press the SETUP key on the control panel.
System
button.
Note
●
2. Press the
Factory defaults
Initializing the system will erase all Phone
settings, and other changes which you have
button.
made to the system.
●
Some songs in the USB or CD may be
misrecognized during the indexing process.
If such problems persist, reset the device
using the Factory Default button in
SETUP>System.
●
For updating the system, visit http: www.KIA.
com
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Sound and Display Settings
PART
Note
Changes are saved as they are made. In
● Sound settings can be adjusted from any audio
other words, once you change a setting, the
mode. The system allows you to optimize
new setting will become saved.
various sound settings to add convenience
when listening to the system.
1. FADER/BALANCE
2. U se the
Fader/Balance allows you to adjust the position
3. Press the
adjusting the sound so that it is closer to the
Setup.
volume in the passenger-side and rear seats.
,
▼
,
◀
,
▶
buttons to
make adjustments to the sound position.
of sound within the vehicle. For instance,
driver-side seat will proportionally lower the
▲
button to return to Sound
Note
●
Press the
Default
button to restore the
default setting.
1. Press the Fader/Balance setting button.
Press the
Sound
button on the main screen of
each audio mode (FM/AM, SIRIUS, MEDIA,
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1 GETTING STARTED
Sound Settings
JUKEBOX) to enter Sound Setup.
PART 1
GETTING STARTED
2. TONE
Note
Tone allows you to make changes to the
● Press the
Treble, Middle and Bass settings.
4. Speed Dependent Volume Control
Default
button to restore the
Speed Dependent Volume Control allows you
to automatically control the volume according
default setting.
to the speed of the vehicle. This feature will
3. Touch Screen Beep
gradually increase the volume as speed
Touch Screen Beep allows you to turn on/off
increases to offset outside noise.
the beep that sounds when you touch the
screen.
1. Press the Tone setting button.
1. Press the
On
or
Off
button next to
the Speed Dependent Volume Control
1. I n Sound Setup, press the
Off
On
Beep menu to turn the feature on or off.
2. U s e t h e
◀
,
▶
buttons to make
adjustments to the Treble, Middle and
Bass. Press the
Sound Setup.
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button to return to
or
button next to the Touch Screen
menu to turn the feature on or off.
5. Power Bass (Optional)
PART
1. Press the Power Bass setting button.
1 GETTING STARTED
2. S elect the desired Power Bass setting
from
High
Off
,
Low
. Press the
,
Middle
or
button to return
to Sound Setup.
Note
●
P ress the
Default
button to restore the
default setting.
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PART 1
GETTING STARTED
Note
Display Settings
Changes are saved as they are made. In
● The various Display setup options offered
other words, once you change a setting, the
within the UVO system allow you to change
new setting will become saved.
display settings according to your personal
1. Setting Brightness
preference.
The UVO system allows you to control the
screen brightness automatically and manually.
●
Automatic Brightness Control
2. Press the
●
Automatic
button.
Manual Brightness Control
When the Display brightness is set to
automatic, the brightness will be controlled
automatically by assessing the amount of
ambient light.
1. Press the SETUP key on the control panel.
1. Press the
1. Press the
2. Press the
Display
button to enter Display
Setup mode.
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PART 1. GETTING STARTED
Display
button.
Display
button.
Note
Turning Display On and Off
When Brightness control is set to Automatic
, the manual ◀ , ▶ buttons are not active.
This feature turns off the display, allowing you
Press the
to listen only to the audio. It is a useful feature
Default
default setting.
button to restore the
when you are driving at night and wish to
eliminate glare from the display. Even when
the display is off, audio will still be played.
2. P ress the
Daylight
or
Night
buttons.
3. U s e t h e
◀
,
▶
1. Press the
Display
button.
2. Press the
Display off
buttons to make
adjustments to the display brightness.
button.
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1 GETTING STARTED
● PART
● PART 1
GETTING STARTED
3. P ress any key on the control panel or
Turn Text Scroll On and Off
steering wheel controller to turn the display
back on.
Note
●
Text shown on the screen can be scrolled.
Turning on this feature is helpful when viewing
long lines of text on the screen.
Touching any place on the screen will also
turn on the display.
3. Press the
On
or
Off
button next to
the Text Scroll menu to turn the feature on
or off.
1. Press the SETUP key on the control panel.
2. Press the
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Main
button.
PART
1 GETTING STARTED
PART 1. GETTING STARTED
23
PART 2
Table of contents
PART 2 AUDIO FEATURES
3. Storing preset…
33
4. Viewing SIRIUS channel information…… 33
FM/AM MODE
…………………………………………
MEDIA MODE
FM/AM Mode Screens and Features… ……… 26
Listening to the FM/AM radio
2. Selecting through manual search………… 42
3. Selecting from MP3 list…
……………………
42
4. by Artists, Albums, Genres, Songs
Common Features…
………………………………………
34
… ……………………………………………
34
Composers………………………………………… 42
Explore CD…
27
●
Play/Pause
1. Selecting a broadcast frequency…………… 27
●
REW/FF… ………………………………………………… 34
Viewing song information……………………………… 43
●
Selecting through SEEK………………………… 27
●
Jump…
35
Copying songs into JUKEBOX… ………………… 43
●
Selecting through manual search…
●
1. Copying the current song………………………… 43
●
Selecting through preset
Using Repeat…………………………………………… 35
● Using Shuffle… ………………………………………… 35
… ……………………
……
28
… ……………………
28
2. Storing presets…………………………………………… 28
………………………………………………………
AUDIO CD MODE
……………………………………………………
43
2. Copying songs from list…………………………… 44
USB MODE
3. Scanning FM/AM broadcast frequencies… … 29
Cautions upon handling Audio CDs… ………… 36
Cautions upon handling USB MP3……………… 45
4. Preset Scan………………………………………………… 29
AUDIO CD Mode Screen and Features… … 38
Precautions upon handling USB… ……………… 46
5. Listening to HD Radio Stations
Inserting/Ejecting a Disc………………………………… 38
Connecting your USB device…
TM
(Optional)… ………………………………………………… 29
6. Viewing FM/AM Station information……… 29
SIRIUS MODE
SIRIUS Mode Screen and Features
……………
30
Listening to the SIRIUS radio… …………………… 30
1. Selecting a SIRIUS channel…………………… 30
●
Selecting through SEEK………………………… 30
●
●
47
1. Inserting a Disc… ……………………………………… 38
USB Mode Screen and Features………………… 47
2. Ejecting a Disc…………………………………………… 38
Listening to USB music… ……………………………… 48
Listening to an Audio CD… …………………………… 39
Selecting USB music……………………………………… 48
Selecting a CD track
39
1. Selecting through song Up/Down… ……… 48
1. Selecting through Track Up/Down………… 39
2. Selecting through manual search… ……… 39
2. Selecting through manual search… ……… 48
… ……………………………………
MP3 CD MODE
3. Selecting from the playlist… …………………… 49
4. by Folders, Artists, Albums, Genres
Selecting through manual search
31
Cautions upon handling MP3 CD
Selecting through preset…
……………………
31
MP3 CD Mode Screen and Features… ……… 41
Explore USB…
●
Selecting through channel search… …… 31
Listening to an MP3 CD………………………………… 41
Viewing song information……………………………… 50
●
Selecting through SIRIUS category list…… 32
Selecting an MP3 CD song…………………………… 42
Copying songs into JUKEBOX… ………………… 50
1. Selecting through song Up/Down………… 42
1. Copying the current song………………………… 50
2. Using Skip
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…………………
40
Songs, Composers……………………………… 49
… ……
……………………………………………………
24
……………………
…………………………………………………
49
2. Copying songs from list…………………………… 51
iPod MODE
Playlists…
1. Trademark………………………………………………… 52
52
iPod Mode Screen and Features………………… 53
Listening to your iPod…
…………………………………
53
Selecting iPod music……………………………………… 54
Checking System Information……………………… 66
Viewing song information… ……………………… 58
Deleting JUKEBOX………………………………………… 66
AUX MODE
1. Deleting JUKEBOX…………………………………… 66
AUX Mode Screen
… ………………………………………
59
Connecting an AUX media device… …………… 59
Listening to AUX media… ……………………………… 59
BT AUDIO MODE
1. Selecting through song Up/Down… ……… 54
BT Mode Screen and Features… ………………… 60
2. Selecting through manual search… ……… 54
Listening to music from your Bluetooth
3. Selecting from the playlist… …………………… 54
2. Deleting all files… ……………………………………… 67
Ⓡ
wireless technology enabled device…………… 61
Selecting a song……………………………………………… 61
4. By Artists, Albums, Genres, Songs,
Podcasts, Composers, Audiobooks……… 54
Viewing song information… ……………………… 55
zune MODE
REW/FF a song… …………………………………………… 61
JUKEBOX MODE
JUKEBOX Mode Screen and Features……… 62
About zune… …………………………………………… 56
Listening to JUKEBOX…………………………………… 63
1. Trademark………………………………………………… 56
Selecting a JUKEBOX song… ……………………… 63
2. Connecting your zune device………………… 56
1. Selecting through song Up/Down… ……… 63
zune Mode Screen and Features………………… 56
2. Selecting through manual search… ……… 63
Listening to your zune… ………………………………
57
3. Selecting from the playlist… …………………… 63
Selecting zune music
57
4. by Artists, Albums, Genres, Songs,
………………………………………
1. Selecting through song Up/Down… ……… 57
Composers… ……………………………………………… 64
2. Selecting through manual search… ……… 57
Adding Favorites……………………………………………… 64
3. Selecting from the playlist… …………………… 57
Playing Favorites…
…………………………………………
65
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AUDIO FEATURES
2. Connecting your iPod device
… ………………
58
……………………………………………………
contents
About iPod… …………………………………………… 52
Memory Management
4. By Songs, Genres, Albums, Artists,
AUDIO FEATURES
PART 2
FM/AM MODE
1 Mode display
FM/AM Mode Screens and Features
8 Radio Icon
2 PRESET indicator
1
cast is being received.
Displays the FM /AM mode.
If listening to a preset, displays the preset
8
2
9
14
15
7
mation about the current station (frequency,
station, artist, title).
13
3 Frequency
10
HD Radio(Optional) stations, displays infor-
number.
12
3
W hen pressed while listening to RDS or
9 Presets
Displays the current frequency.
11
Enters Preset list screen.
4 Program Type
If data is being transmitted, displays the
program type.
Scans all frequencies and plays only frequencies with high quality reception for 5
5
4
10 Scan
5 Program Service Name
seconds each.
If data is being transmitted, displays the
program service name.
6
11 Sound
Enters Sound Setup.
6 Radio text
If data is being transmitted, displays radio
text information.
12 HD Radio Station Channel Number
(Optional)
Displays the channel number for the cur-
7 HD Radio (Optional)
Changes HD Radio stations.
Becomes active when an HD Radio broad-
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PART 2. AUDIO FEATURES
rent HD Radio station.
13 HD Radio Station name (Optional)
Listening to the FM/AM radio
Displays the name of the HD Radio
1. Selecting a broadcast frequency
The UVO system provides you with various
through SEEK, selecting through manual
search, and selecting through presets.
Displays the artist name.
15 Song Title
Selecting through SEEK
●
Press the
Displays the title name.
1. P ress the FM/AM key on the control
SEEK
TRACK ∧
or
SEEK
∨ TRACK
keys on the
control panel for under 0.8 seconds or
∧
panel. The most recently played FM/AM
or
radio band will automatically begin
for over 0.8 seconds. As SEEK operates,
playing.
2. P ress the FM/AM key to switch to the
the previous or next radio broadcasts with
searched and played.
Note
Each press of the FM/AM key will change
the band in the order of FM → AM → FM.
● Even when the system power is off, press
● the
keys on the steering wheel controller
high quality reception will automatically be
desired radio band.
Note
∨
FM/AM
key to turn on the most recently
played FM/AM mode.
While SEEK is operating, pressing the same
SEEK ∧
∨
key will terminate SEEK. Pressing
TRACK
● the opposite key will operate SEEK in the
reverse direction.
Press and hold the
● SEEK
TRACK ∧
or
SEEK
∨ TRACK
keys
The RDS (Radio Data System) operates in
(over 0.8 seconds) to quickly move through
areas with FM stations broadcasting RDS
the frequencies while the button is pressed
signals.
and held. Once released, the system will
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2 AUDIO FEATURES
3 ways to select radio broadcasts- selecting
14 Artist name
PART
ways to search for radio broadcasts. There are
Station.
PART 2
AUDIO FEATURES
1. Select the desired radio broadcast.
2. Press the Presets button.
automatically search and play the previous
or next frequency.
●
Selecting through manual search
1. Turn the TUNE knob on the control panel
in clockwise or counter-clockwise direction. Each click will increase or decrease
the frequency by 1 step (FM: 0.2MHz,
2. Select the desired preset and press the
AM: 10kHz).
button to start listening.
2. When you find the desired radio broadcast, stop turning the TUNE knob to listen to the selected frequency.
Note
Press the
● 3. From the preset list, press and hold (over
∧
,
keys (under 0.8 sec-
∨
onds) on the steering wheel controller to flip
●
Selecting through preset
1. Press the
Presets
button.
through the presets sequentially.
●
0.8 seconds) the preset number button to
which you wish to save.
4. The current radio broadcast will automati-
keys (over 0.8
cally be saved to the preset number. A
seconds) on the steering wheel controller to
beep will signify that the preset has been
operate SEEK.
saved if the beep is set to ON in the sound
Press and hold the
∧
,
∨
settings.
2. Storing presets
Presets are a way for you to save your favorite
radio broadcasts. Up to 12 presets can be
saved in FM mode while up to 6 frequencies
can be saved in AM mode.
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6. Viewing FM/AM Station information
Preset scan will scan presets in the current
When listening to an HD Radio station or RDS
Radio broadcasts can be scanned to conve-
band (FM -12 presets, AM - 6 presets)in
radio station, you will be able to view station
niently find radio broadcasts with high quality
sequential order. Each preset will be played for
information.
reception. Each radio broadcast will be played
5 seconds.
2 AUDIO FEATURES
4. Preset Scan
for 5 seconds. This feature is particularly useful when traveling in new areas.
5. Listening to HD Radio™ Stations
(Optional)
HD Radio Technology is a digital radio technology used by AM and FM radio stations to
transmit audio and data via a digital signal in
conjunction with their analog signals.
1. Press the Radio icon.
1. Press the
Scan
button.
Note
When scanning has completed an entire
● revolution, the scan function will terminate
automatically and the previously played frequency will be restored.
PART
3. Scanning FM/AM broadcast
frequencies
1. While listening to the radio, the HD Radio
icon will become displayed if receiving an
2. Information about the current station (fre-
HD Radio broadcast.
2. Press the HD▶ button to change to a dif-
quency, station, ar tist, title) will be
displayed.
ferent HD Radio station.
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AUDIO FEATURES
PART 2
SIRIUS MODE
5 Channel name
SIRIUS Mode Screen and Features
Displays the channel name.
Press the SIRIUS key on the control panel.
6 SIRIUS Icon
1
6
When pressed, displays information about
2
Listening to the SIRIUS radio
The most recently played SIRIUS channel will
automatically begin playing.
the current channel (artist, title, composer
4
and other information).
5
Note
Even when the system power is off, pressing
the SIRIUS key will turn on the most recently
● 3
7
11
12
8
9
10
7 Presets
1 Mode display
Displays the current mode as SIRIUS
8 List
played SIRIUS channel.
Enters Preset list screen.
Displays the channel or category list.
1. Selecting a SIRIUS channel
● Selecting through SEEK
Press the
mode.
9 Search
2 Channel number
or
SEEK
∨ TRACK
keys on the
control panel for under 0.8 seconds or
or
Displays the channel search screen.
∨
∧
keys on the steering wheel controller
for over 0.8 seconds. As SEEK operates, the
Displays the current channel number.
3 PRESET indicator
SEEK
TRACK ∧
10 Sound
previous or next SIRIUS channel will auto-
matically be searched and played.
Enters Sound Setup.
If listening to a preset, displays the preset
number.
11 Artist
Displays the artist name.
4 Category name
30
Displays the category name.
PART 2. AUDIO FEATURES
Note
●
Press and hold the
SEEK
TRACK ∧
or
SEEK
∨ TRACK
keys
(over 0.8 seconds) to quickly move through
12 Title
the channels while the button is pressed and
hel d. O n c e rel ea se d, t he syste m will
Displays the title.
automatically search and play the previous or
●
Selecting through preset
●
Selecting through channel search
next channel.
PART
Selecting through manual search
2 AUDIO FEATURES
●
1. Turn the TUNE knob on the control panel
in clockwise or counter-clockwise direction. Each click will display the corresponding channel information.
2. When you find the desired SIRIUS channel, press the TUNE knob to listen to the
1. Press the
selected channel.
Presets
button.
1. Press the
2. Select the desired preset and press the
button to start listening.
Press the
press the
∧
,
∨
button. The channel
2. I nput the desired channel number and
press the Done button. To delete entries,
Note
●
Search
search screen will be displayed.
Delete
button.
keys (under 0.8 sec-
onds) on the steering wheel controller to flip
Note
through the presets sequentially.
●
If you input a number where there is no
channel, the Done button will become
inactive.
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●
AUDIO FEATURES
Selecting through SIRIUS category list
2. Using Skip
3. S elect the channels you wish to skip.
When selected, an
1. Press the
button.
1. Press the
2. Select the desired channel to start listening or press the Category List button to
2. Press the
List
display the channels in the selected
category.
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List
button.
Skip Setting
button.
will be displayed
next to the selected channel.
3. Storing presets
4. The current radio broadcast will automati-
4. Viewing SIRIUS channel information
cally be saved to the present number. A
PART
beep will signify that the preset has been
2 AUDIO FEATURES
saved if the beep is set to ON in the sound
settings.
Presets are a way for you to save your favorite
1. Press the SIRIUS icon.
SIRIUS channels. Up to 18 presets can be
saved in SIRIUS mode.
1. Select the desired SIRIUS channel.
2. Press the Presets button.
2. I nformation about the current channel
(channel, category, artist, title) will be
displayed.
3. From the preset list, press and hold (over
0.8 seconds) the preset number button to
which you wish to save.
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MEDIA MODE
Common Features
The MEDIA mode within your UVO system
●
REW/FF
●
Play/Pause
offers a variety of media modes which allow
you convenience and ease in operating your
system. Media mode includes a variety of
modes, such as audio CD, MP3 CD, USB,
iPod, zune, BT audio, and Aux. The features
listed below describe common features which
1. Press and hold the
you will encounter when operating Audio CD,
MP3 CD, USB, iPod, zune, and JUKEBOX
modes.
SEEK ∧
TRACK
or
∨
SEEK
TRACK
keys (over 0.8 seconds) on the control
panel or the
1. Insert or connect the desired media (Audio
∧
,
∨
keys (over 0.8
seconds) on the steering wheel controller.
CD, MP3 CD, USB, iPod, zune) or press
the MEDIA key on the control panel if the
2. The song will rewind or fast-forward at a
desired media has already been inserted
rate 20 times faster than normal while the
or connected.
2. Each press of the MEDIA key will change
the mode in the order of CD → USB/iPod/
3. When a desired media is playing and you
wish to pause, press the ll button next
to restart the song.
▶
3. Release the key to play from the current
position.
Note
zune → AUX → BT AUDIO → CD.
to the progress bar. Press the
key is being held.
●
If you rewind to the beginning of the current
song, the current song will automatically
button
begin playing.
●
If you fast-forward to the end of the current
song, the next song will automatically begin
playing.
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●
Jump
●
Using Repeat
●
Using Shuffle
The Shuffle setting can be used to play all
the currently playing song.
song in the current mode randomly.
PART
The repeat setting can be used to repeat
2 AUDIO FEATURES
1. You can jump to different points in a song
by touching the position on the progress
bar.
1. Press the
Repeat
button. The 'Repeat'
icon will be displayed.
Note
●
The Jump feature is not supported in iPod or
2. Press once to turn on the Repeat setting
and again to turn off.
1. Press the
button. The 'Shuffle' icon
Shuffle
will be displayed.
2. Press once to turn on the Shuffle setting
and again to turn off.
iPhone devices.
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AUDIO FEATURES
AUDIO CD MODE
●
Cautions upon handling Audio CDs
●
1. Precautions upon handling discs
●
●
●
●
are as shown below.
Disc format
CD
Disc media
Format
CD
CD-DA
CD-R
MP3
Never disassemble the CD Player(CDP)
CD-RW
WMA
for repair purposes. Contact your place of
CD-ROM
discs.
purchase in case of malfunction. (Full
CD-TEXT
Never expose discs to direct sunlight for
service assistance will not be provided if
prolonged periods of time. Such expo-
the user disassembles the device.)
prevent scratches.
2. For safe and efficient operation
N ever use hear t-shaped, octagon-
●
sure may lead to disc deformation.
●
Never use water to clean the system.
Never clean with solvents, such as anti-
●
H eed caution not to introduce foreign
substances into the disc slot.
●
The system may not operate in extremely
D ust, scratch, and other foreign sub-
hot or cold temperatures. (The opera-
stances may cause popping sounds as
tional temperature range is: -10C° ~
well as sound deterioration.
65C°).
●
Never place paper on either side of the
●
Clean fingerprints and dust off the signal
●
disc or write on disc surfaces.
surface (coated side) of the disc with a
soft cloth.
Steam may condense on the fiber optic
lens due to rain, wet conditions, or heat
caused by system operation.
●
N ever clean the system with chemical
solvents. Always use a clean and dry
cloth.
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The disc types supported by this device
DATA CDs are not supported by the
Store discs within their intended cases to
thinners.
●
static sprays, cleaners, benzene, or
●
system.
shaped or any other abnormally shaped
3. Supported disc format
CDs may not operate properly in the
system.
C opy-protected CDs, such as S-type
PART 2. AUDIO FEATURES
Disc Size
5inch (12.7cm)
Disc Format
Audio Format
CD
LPCM
MP3
MPEG1, Layer3
MPEG2, Layer3
MPEG2.5
WMA
Ver. 9
C D-R or CD-RW DISC burned with a
not be recognized by the device.
supported by the device. However, some
Inserting an abnormal disc may result in
information, such as play time, may still
faulty operation.
be displayed.
Ordinary disc compatibility
PC-created DISC compatibility
●
When burning a disc with a personal
●
●
●
●
XA format 1.
extension of ".MP3" or ".WMA".
sion discs.
This system supports a maximum of 256
computer, even discs compatible with the
folders and maximum 512 files. Folders
formats described above may not oper-
and files which exceed this limit will not
lowing logo marks.
ate properly due to software settings
be supported.
There are various bit rates which can be
●
cases, contact the software developer.
encoded onto MP3 files. This system has
Additional information regarding compatibil-
been designed to be compatible with vari-
CD-R/RW discs (Audio CD and MP3 CD)
ity can be found on the CD-R/RW software
ous bit rates. Audio which has been
created with CD-writing devices or per-
disc box. DVD-R/RW discs are not sup-
encoded at 128kbps will sound similar to
so nal c o mputer s may not o perate
ported by the device.
CD audio sound quality. Although this
●
●
device supports low bit rate MP3 files, such
properly.
files may result in a low quality sound.
Compressed audio compatibility
Special formats or special features
This system does not support multises-
compatible with software bearing the fol-
This system only supports tracks with file
This system has been designed to be
●
within the burning application. In such
Physical formats of CD: Model 1, Model 2
This system plays audio files compressed
regarding software
Incompatible files are not supported.
This system operates as a CD-ROM and
audio or MP3 CD format.
sampling frequency is recommended.
using 32, 44.1 and 48kHz fixed bit rates.
●
For stable operation, the use of files in
●
95kbps~192kbps bit rate range and 44.1kHz
by MPEG-1 audio stream layer 3(MP3)
CD-R/RW Compatibility
supports CD-R and CD-RW discs in CD
For Mixed CDs (MP3+CD-DA), only
●
Variable bit rate files may operate, but the
CD-DA files will be recognized and
play time information may not be properly
supported.
●
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which have not been finalized are not
●
displayed.
CD-R/RW discs burned as audio CDs
●
bulk CD without quality guarantees may
4. Disc/content format and compatibility
PART
●
PART 2
AUDIO FEATURES
AUDIO CD Mode Screen and
Features
4 Sound
Inserting/Ejecting a Disc
Enters Sound Setup.
1. Inserting a Disc
1
5 Track Number
7
Displays the track number
Insert the disc into the slot. The disc will begin
playing automatically af ter it has been
inserted.
5
2
3
6 Play Time
6
4
Displays the play time.
7 Current/Total Track Number
1 Mode Display
Displays that the current mode is CD
Displays the current track number and total
number of tracks on CD.
mode.
2 Repeat
If Repeat is operating, the current track will
2. Ejecting a Disc
Press the
button.
be repeated and the corresponding icon
The disc will immediately be stopped and
will be displayed.
ejected.
3 Shuffle
If Shuffle is operating, the tracks will be
Note
●
If the disc is straddled on the slot without
played in random order and the
removing for approximately 10 seconds, the
corresponding icon will be displayed.
disc will be re-inserted automatically into the
disc player. In such cases, the disc will not
begin playing automatically.
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PART 2. AUDIO FEATURES
Listening to an Audio CD
Selecting a CD track
2. P re s s t he TUNE
k n o b to p l ay t he
selected track.
1. Selecting through Track Up/Down
been inserted.
SEEK
∨ TRACK
∧
or
keys on the
keys on
∨
the steering wheel controller to play the
Note
●
The current track will continue playing even as
you search tracks through the TUNE knob.
desired track.
2. T he previous or next track will begin
playing.
Note
●
2. When a track is playing and you wish to
pause, press the ll button next to the
progress bar. Press the
▶
button to
restart the track.
SEEK
If the ∨ TRACK
key on the Control panel or
∨ key on the steering wheel controller are
pressed and released after the track has
played for more than 3 seconds, the start of
the current track will begin playing. If the
track has been playing for less than 3 seconds, the start of the previous track will
Note
●
begin playing.
When playing a CD-TEXT, the title and artist
will also be displayed.
2. Selecting through manual search
1. Turn the TUNE knob on the control
panel in clockwise or counter-clockwise
direction. Each click will display information about the selected track.
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39
2 AUDIO FEATURES
SEEK ∧
1. Press the TRACK
or
control panel or the
the control panel if the CD has already
PART
1. Insert a CD or press the MEDIA key on
PART 2
AUDIO FEATURES
MP3 CD MODE
4. Supported media formats
Cautions upon handling MP3 CD
1. Precautions upon handling discs
Acceptable standard: MPEG1 AUDIO
●
●
●
80, 96, 112, 128, 160, 192, 224, 256, 320
Maximum directory layers: 8 layers
128kbps.
●
Maximum folder length: 64 Bytes, file
name length: 64 Bytes
Maximum number of folders which can
be stored onto one disc: 256 folders
(including ROOT directory)
(kbps)
guaranteed for MP3s exceeding
●
Maximum number of files which can be
●
stored onto one disc: 512 files
Recommended bit rate & reference sam-
●
pling frequency: 96,128, 192 kbps fixed
5. Precautions upon burning MP3 files
bit rate /44.1KHz
The use of ISO 9660 LEVEL 2 JULIET
●
format is recommended when burning
2. ID3 tag
MP3 files. Burning in other formats may
abnormally display the file names.
This device supports ID3v1.0, ID3v1.1,
●
ID3v2.2, ID3v2.3, and ID3v2.4 ID3 tags.
It is possible to display up to 32 charac-
●
ters for file and folder names in case of
3. Supported media
UNICODE, and up to 64 characters in
The MP3 media supported by the device
case of ASCII.
are CD-ROM and USB.
The full length of the artist name and the ●
song title can be displayed by using the
scroll function.
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Use an MP3 bit rate which is less than
●
128 kbps. The sound quality cannot be
Acceptable bit rate: 32, 40, 48, 56, 64,
below.
●
48 (KHz)
6. Precaution
and LEVEL2. Detailed specification is as
LAYER 3
Acceptable sampling frequency: 32, 44.1,
This device supports ISO9660 LEVEL1
●
MP3 CD Mode Screen and
Features
5 Shuffle
If Shuffle is operating, the songs will be
11
been inserted.
10
8
9
3
4
on the control panel if the CD has already
5
6 Sound
7
6
Enters Sound Setup.
7 Play Time
Displays the play time.
1 Mode Display
8 Artist name
Displays that the current mode is MP3 CD
mode.
2 Menu
Displays the categories and song lists for
Displays the artist name.
2. When a song is playing and you wish to
pause, press the ll button next to the
9 Song Title
progress bar. Press the
Displays the song title.
the MP3 CD.
3 Copy
Copies current song into JUKEBOX.
When pressed, displays information about
the current song (artist, title, album and
other information).
4 Repeat
If Repeat is operating, the current song will
be repeated and the corresponding icon
will be displayed.
button to
restart the song.
10 Album Art Icon
▶
Note
●
For some media formats, the system requires
time for media indexing. In the case of MP3
CDs, the system will take 1.5sec / song.
11 Current/Total Track Number
Displays the current track number and total
number of tracks on the current playing list.
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41
2 AUDIO FEATURES
sponding icon will be displayed.
PART
1. Insert an MP3 CD or press the MEDIA key
played in random order and the corre-
1
2
Listening to an MP3 CD
AUDIO FEATURES
PART 2
Selecting an MP3 CD song
3. Selecting from MP3 list
3. Press the name of the song from the list.
The song will automatically start playing.
1. Selecting through song Up/Down
SEEK ∧
1. Press the TRACK
or
control panel or the
SEEK
∨ TRACK
∧
or
Note
keys on the
keys on
∨
●
In the MP3 list screen, the TUNE knob can
also be used to select songs.
the steering wheel controller to play the
desired track or song.
Note
●
If the
SEEK
∨ TRACK
key on the Control panel or
1. Press the
Menu
4. By Artists, Albums, Genres, Songs,
Composers
button.
∨
key on the steering wheel controller is pressed
and released after the song has played for
more than 3 seconds, the start of the current
song will begin playing. If the song has been
playing for less than 3 seconds, the start of the
previous song will begin playing.
1. Press the
2. Selecting through manual search
2. Press the
Now Playing
Menu
button.
button.
1. Turn the TUNE knob on the control
panel in clockwise or counter-clockwise
direction. Each click will display information about the selected song.
2. P re s s t he TUNE k n o b to p l ay t he
selected song.
2. Choose the category through which you
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wish to select the song. MP3 CD mode
Viewing song information
Copying songs into JUKEBOX
allows you to select by Playlists, Artists,
1. Copying the current song
browse through song details and information.
The UVO system allows you to copy songs
from an MP3 CD into JUKEBOX.
Explore CD is a feature which allows you to
browse files and folders of the CD by the
names of categories.
1. While in the MP3 CD Menu screen, press
the Explore CD button.
1. Press the Album art icon.
2. The song information (Artist, Title, Album,
Genre) for the current MP3 song will be
1. Press the
Copy
button.
displayed.
3. Press the
button to return to the pre-
vious screen.
Note
2. Search the corresponding files and folders
to select the desired song.
Even as you browse through song information,
● SEEK ∧
you can use the TRACK
or
the control panel or ∧ or
SEEK
keys on
keys on the
∨ TRACK
∨
steering wheel controller to select different MP3
songs. For more information, refer to the
2. Once copying is complete, you can listen
to copied music in JUKEBOX mode.
'Selecting an MP3 CD song' section.
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43
2 AUDIO FEATURES
Explore CD
When listening to an MP3 CD song, you can
PART
Albums, Genres, Songs, and Composers.
PART 2
AUDIO FEATURES
2. Press the
Now Playing
button.
2. Copying songs from list
6.Once copying is complete, you can listen
Copying MP3 songs from lists allows you to simultaneously select several songs to copy into JUKEBOX.
to copied music in JUKEBOX mode.
3. Press the
Edit
button.
Note
●
If memory is already full and songs can no lon
ger be copied, the “Memory full! Please delete
music from your JUKEBOX” message will be
displayed and you must delete songs from
JUKEBOX. For more information on deleting
JUKEBOX songs, refer to the ‘Deleting
1. Press the
Menu
button.
JUKEBOX’ section.
4. Select the songs you wish to copy. When
selected, a
will be displayed next to the
song. To select all songs in the list, press
the
Select All
button.
5. After selecting the desired songs, press
the
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Copy
button.
When copying MP3 CD songs, you can lis-
● ten to all modes except CD mode and
JUKEBOX mode.
Copying can be canceled at anytime. While
● copying is in progress, press the
button.
Cancel
USB MODE
4. Supported media formats
This device supports ISO9660 LEVEL1
●
Cautions upon handling USB MP3
PART
and LEVEL2. Detailed specification is as
1. T
he MP3 file standards supported by
the device are as follows.
Acceptable standard: MPEG1 AUDIO
●
LAYER 3
Acceptable sampling frequency: 32, 44.1,
●
2 AUDIO FEATURES
below.
Maximum directory layers: 16 layers
●
5. P
recautions upon formatting USB &
downloading MP3 files
The device only supports FAT type USB
●
48 (kHz)
file system. The device will not play USB
Acceptable bit rate: 32, 40, 48, 56, 64,
media content if the USB is NTFS type.
●
80, 96, 112, 128, 160, 192, 224, 256, and
320 (kbps)
6. Precautions
Recommended bit rate & reference sam-
●
Use an MP3 bit rate which is less than
●
pling frequency: 96,128, 192 kbps fixed
192kbps and a fixed bit rate. The sound
bit rate /44.1kHz
quality cannot be guaranteed for MP3s
exceeding 192Kbps. Certain features
2. ID3 tag
may operate abnormally when playing
This device supports ID3v1.0, ID3v1.1,
MP3 formats with variable bit rates, such
ID3v2.2, ID3v2.3, and ID3v2.4 ID3 tags.
as being limited to FF/REW.
●
3. Supported media
The MP3 media supported by the device
●
are CD-ROM and USB.
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Precautions upon handling USB
indications of malfunction. Please wait
byte/sector selections other than 512Byte
until the system becomes recognized.
or 2048Byte.
When using an external USB device, make
Some USB devices may not operate
●
This system supports only USB devices
●
●
devices formatted in FAT 12/16/32.
sure to connect the device some time after
turning on the ignition. The USB device may
The device will recognize only USB
●
used to play music files.
Do not use the USB I/F to charge batteries
be damaged if connected before the ignition is
properly due to compatibility issues.
or USB accessories that generate heat.
turned on.
Verify that the external device is sup-
This may lead to worsened performance or
playing formats other than MP3 or WMA
device if a separately purchased USB
substances.
hub or extension cable is used. Connect
Repeatedly connecting/disconnecting the
the USB device directly to the terminal in
46
●
Only WMA files with compression rates
USB in a short period of time may dam-
between 8kbps~320kbps are supported.
age the system.
●
Be cautious of static electricity when con-
●
the vehicle.
Some mass storage USB devices may
●
A sound may occasionally occur when
have multiple logical drives partitioned for
disconnecting the USB device.
user convenience. In such cases, only
Do not disconnect a USB device when it
music files within the top-level logical
●
●
drive will be supported.
Encoded MP3 Players will not be recog-
is operating. Make sure to disconnect the
nized when connected as an external
USB device only after the audio power is
device.
turned off or when operating a different
the USB terminal is used to connect MP3
mode.
Players, mobile phones, digital cameras,
The time required to recognize a USB
or other electronic devices (USB devices
●
When connecting a USB device, the sys-
●
tem may not properly recognize some
This system may not recognize the USB
●
Only MP3 files with compression rates
●
device.
system damage.
tor with bodily par ts and foreign
necting/disconnecting an external USB
Avoid contact between the USB connec-
●
formats.
between 8kbps~320kbps are supported.
ported by the system before use.
The USB device may fail to operate when
●
●
USB states.
device may differ depending on the type,
When formatting an external USB device,
size, or file formats stored on the USB.
the system may not properly recognize
Such dif ferences in time are not
●
PART 2. AUDIO FEATURES
This system may not operate normally if
●
not recognized as portable disk drives).
This system may not operate normally
●
when using a USB memory type other
than a metal cover type USB device.
Connecting your USB device
USB Mode Screen and Features
This system may not operate normally
●
1
Connect the USB as shown in the picture.
This system does not support DRM
●
8
(Digital rights management) locked files.
The device may not operate normally during severe vehicle vibrations.
9
●
2
3
4
5
6
7
Avoid using USB devices also used as
●
key chains or mobile phone accessories.
1 Mode Display
Displays that the current mode is USB
mode.
2 Menu
Displays the categories and song lists for
the USB.
3 Copy
Copies current song into JUKEBOX.
4 Repeat
If Repeat is operating, the current song will
be repeated and the corresponding icon
will be displayed.
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2 AUDIO FEATURES
11
10
formats.
PART
when using HDD, CF, or SD memory
PART 2
AUDIO FEATURES
5 Shuffle
Listening to USB music
Selecting USB music
If Shuffle is operating, the songs will be
played in random order and the corre-
1. Selecting through song Up/Down
sponding icon will be displayed.
SEEK ∧
SEEK
Press the TRACK
or ∨ TRACK
keys on the
∧
∨
or
keys on the
control panel or the
6 Sound
steering wheel controller to play the desired
song.
Enters Sound Setup.
Note
7 Play Time
Displays the play time.
1. C onnect a USB device or press the
MEDIA
8 Artist name
key on the control panel if a USB
device has already been connected.
2. When a song is playing and you wish to
9 Song Title
pause, press the
Displays the song title.
ll
button next to the
progress bar. Press the
▶
button to
restart the song.
10 Album Art Icon
When pressed, displays information about
the current song (artist, title, album and
other information).
11 Current/Total Track Number
Displays the current track number and total
number of tracks on the current playing list.
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PART 2. AUDIO FEATURES
SEEK
If the ∨ TRACK
key on the Control panel or
∨
key on the steering wheel controller is
pressed and released after the song has
played for more than 3 seconds, the start of
Displays the artist name.
●
Note
●
the current song will begin playing. If the
song has been playing for less than 3 seconds, the start of the previous song will
begin playing.
2. Selecting through manual search
For some media formats, the system requires
1. Turn the TUNE knob on the control panel
time for media indexing. In the case of USB
in clockwise or counter-clockwise direc-
mp3 songs, the system will take 1.5ms/song
tion. Each click will display information
(Flash/HDD) or 40ms/song (mp3 players).
about the selected song.
2. P r e s s t h e TUNE k n o b t o p l ay t h e
selected song.
3. Selecting from the list
3. Press the name of the song from the list.
The song will automatically start playing.
2. Choose the category through which you
wish to select a song. USB Mode allows
Genres, Songs, and Composers.
If in the MP3 list screen, the TUNE knob can
also be used to select songs.
1. Press the
Menu
button.
2. Press the
Now Playing
button.
4. By Folders, Artists, Albums, Genres,
Songs, Composers
Explore USB
Explore USB is a feature which allows you to
browse files and folders of the USB by the
names of categories.
1. Press the
Menu
button.
1. While in the USB Menu screen, press the
Explore USB
button.
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2 AUDIO FEATURES
●
PART
you to select by Playlists, Artists, Albums,
Note
PART 2
AUDIO FEATURES
Copying songs into JUKEBOX
2. Search the corresponding files and folders
to select the desired song.
1. Copying the current song
The UVO system allows you to copy songs
from your USB device into JUKEBOX.
2. The song information (Artist, Title, Album,
Genre) for the current USB song will be
displayed. Press the
Viewing song information
button to return
to the previous screen.
Note
When listening to USB music songs, you can
browse through song details and information.
●
Even as you browse through song information,
SEEK ∧
you can use the TRACK
or
the control panel or ∧ or
SEEK
keys on
keys on the
∨ TRACK
∨
1. Press the
Copy
button.
steering wheel controller to select different USB
songs. For more information, refer to the
'Selecting music songs' section.
1. Press the Album art icon.
2. Once copying is complete, you can listen
to copied music in JUKEBOX mode.
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PART 2. AUDIO FEATURES
2. Press the
Now Playing
button.
PART
6. Once copying is complete, you can listen
Copying USB music songs from lists allows
you to simultaneously select several songs
to copied music in JUKEBOX mode.
3. Press the
Edit
button.
Note
to copy into JUKEBOX.
●
If memory is already full and songs can no
longer be copied, the “Memory full! Please
delete music from your JUKEBOX” message
will be displayed and you must delete songs
from JUKEBOX. For more information on
deleting JUKEBOX songs, refer to the
‘Managing JUKEBOX’ section.
1. Press the
Menu
button.
4. Select the songs you wish to copy. When
selected, a
will be displayed next to the
song. To select all songs in the list, press
the
Select All
button.
5. After selecting the desired songs, press
the
Copy
button.
●
When copying USB songs, you can listen to
all modes except USB mode and JUKEBOX
mode.
Copying can be canceled at anytime. While
copying is in progress, press the Cancel
● button.
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2 AUDIO FEATURES
2. Copying songs from list
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iPod MODE
Caution
●
About iPod
If a playing iPod is connected to the audio
system, a high-pitched tone may occur for
approximately 1-2 seconds. Please turn the
1. Trademark
iPod device to pause/stop prior to connecting it to the vehicle.
iPod is a registered trademark of Apple, Inc.
Ⓡ
2. Connecting your iPod Device
Connect your iPod device as shown in the
picture.
Note
●
Su p p o r te d iPo d d ev i c e s: iPo d N an o
2G/3G/4G/5G/6G, iPod Classic 5G/6G, iPod
Touch 1G/2G/3G/4G, iPhone 3G/3GS/4
The identification of the iPod device, battery
recharge, and other functions provided by
the iPod device is normally supported by
using your iPod connector cable.
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PART 2. AUDIO FEATURES
iPod Mode Screen and Features
will be displayed.
1
4
1. C onnect an iPod device or press the
MEDIA
key on the control panel if an iPod
device has already been connected.
6 Play Time
8
5
6
Displays the play time.
pause, press the
ll
button next to the
progress bar. Press the
7 Artist name
1 Mode Display
2. W hen a song is playing and you wish to
▶
button to
restart the song.
Displays the artist name.
Displays that the current mode is iPod
8 Song Title
mode.
Displays the song title.
2 Menu
Displays the categories and song lists for
the iPod.
9 Album Art Icon
When pressed, displays information about
the current song (artist, title, album and
3 Repeat
other information).
If Repeat is operating, the current song will
be repeated and the corresponding icon
10 Current/Total Track Number
will be displayed.
Displays the current track number and total
number of tracks on the current playing list.
4 Shuffle
If Shuffle is operating, the song will be played
in random order and the corresponding icon
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53
2 AUDIO FEATURES
3
Enters Sound Setup.
PART
7
2
5 Sound
10
9
Listening to your iPod
AUDIO FEATURES
PART 2
Selecting iPod music
3. Selecting from the list
3. P
ress the name of the song from the list.
The file will automatically start playing.
1. Selecting through song Up/Down
Note
SEEK ∧
SEEK
Press the TRACK
or ∨ TRACK
keys on the
control panel or the ∧ or ∨ keys on the
In the iPod list screen, the TUNE knob can
● also be used to select the desired song.
steering wheel controller to play the desired
song.
Note
●
If the
SEEK
∨ TRACK
key on the Control panel or
∨
ress the
1. P
Menu
2. Press the
Now Playing
button.
4. By Artists, Albums, Genres, Songs,
Podcasts, Composers, Audiobooks
key on the steering wheel controller is pressed
and released after the song has played for
more than 3 seconds, the start of the current
song will begin playing. If the song has been
playing for less than 3 seconds, the start of the
previous song will begin playing.
2. Selecting through manual search
1. Turn the TUNE knob on the control panel
in clockwise or counter-clockwise direction. Each click will display information
about the selected song.
2. P r e s s t h e TUNE k n o b t o p l ay t h e
selected song.
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button.
ress the
1. P
Menu
button.
2. Choose the category through which you
Viewing song information
3. Press the
wish to select. iPod mode allows you to
button to return to the
previous screen.
through song details and information.
and Audiobooks.
Note
Songs in the iPod can be properly played in
● UVO system only when they have been
downloaded through iTunes.
If you receive a call or SMS while playing
● music from the iPhone, the music may not
properly be restored after the call or SMS. In
this case, reconnect the iPhone.
After upgrading the iPod or iPhone firmware,
● 1. P
ress the Album art icon.
reboot the iPod or iPhone and connect with
the UVO system for normal operation.
Songs cannot be copied from iPod or
● iPhone to JUKEBOX.
2. The song information (Artist, Title, Album,
Genre) for the current iPod song will be
displayed.
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55
2 AUDIO FEATURES
When listening to your iPod, you can browse
Genres, Songs, Podcasts, Composers
PART
select by Playlists, Ar tists, Albums,
PART 2
AUDIO FEATURES
zune MODE
zune Mode Screen and Features
About zune
1
7
zune is a registered trademark of Microsoft
®
countries.
5 Sound
10
9
1. Trademark
Corporation in the United States and or other
sponding icon will be displayed.
6 Play Time
8
2
3
4
Enters Sound Setup.
5
6
Displays the play time.
7 Artist name
2. Connecting your zune Device
Connect your zune device as shown in the
picture.
1 Mode Display
Displays the artist name.
Displays that the current mode is zune
8 Song Title
mode.
Displays the song title.
2 Menu
Displays the categories and song lists for
the zune.
9 Album Art Icon
When pressed, displays information about
the current song (artist, title, album and
3 Repeat
other information).
If Repeat is operating, the current song will
be repeated and the corresponding icon
10 Current/Total Track Number
will be displayed.
Displays the current track number and total
number of tracks on the current playing list.
4 Shuffle
If Shuffle is operating, the songs will be
played in random order and the corre-
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Listening to your zune
Selecting zune music
1. Selecting through song up/down
already been connected.
steering wheel controller to play the desired
2. When a song is playing and you wish to
pause, press the ll button next to the
▶
song.
button to
restart the song.
Note
●
Note
●
●
2 AUDIO FEATURES
SEEK ∧
SEEK
Press the TRACK
keys on the
or ∨ TRACK
control panel or the ∧ or ∨ keys on the
key on the control panel if zune device has
progress bar. Press the
PART
1. Connect zune device or press the MEDIA
3. Selecting from the list
SEEK
If the ∨ TRACK
key on the Control panel or
∨
key on the steering wheel controller is
When connecting some external media formats,
pressed and released after the song has
the system requires time for media indexing. In
played for more than 3 seconds, the start of
the case of zune files, the system will take
60ms/song.
the current song will begin playing. If the
S o n g s c a n n ot b e c o p i e d fr o m zu n e to
onds, the start of the previous song will
JUKEBOX.
begin playing.
1. Press the
Menu
button.
2. Press the
Now Playing
song has been playing for less than 3 sec-
button.
2. Selecting through manual search
1. Turn the TUNE knob on the control panel
in clockwise or counter-clockwise direction. Each click will display information
about the selected song.
2. P r e s s t h e TUNE k n o b t o p l ay t h e
selected song.
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3. Press the name of the song from the list.
Viewing song information
When listening to your zune, you can browse
4. By Songs, Genres, Albums, Artists,
Playlists
1. Press the
Menu
button.
2. Choose the category through which you
58
through song details and information.
1. Press the Album art icon.
2. The song information (Artist, Title, Album,
wish to select. zune mode allows you to
Genre) for the current MP3 song will be
select by Songs, Genres, Albums, Artists,
displayed.
and Playlists.
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3. Press the
vious screen.
The song will automatically start playing.
button to return to the pre-
AUX MODE
Connecting an AUX media device
Connect a cable from the headphone jack on
1
vehicle.
1. C onnect an AUX device or press the
MEDIA key on the control panel if the AUX
device has already been connected.
2
3
1 Mode Display
Displays that the current mode is AUX
mode.
Note
●
2 AUX Status
Displays the AUX connection status
2. Once in AUX mode, the connected audio
Connecting your AUX device with the vehi-
will automatically begin playing from the
cle will not provide power to your AUX
car system provided that your external
device. If you plan on using your AUX device
device is turned on and playing audio.
for long periods of time, make sure to charge
3 Sound
Enters Sound Setup.
with a cigarette jack power adaptor or a separate USB cable.
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2 AUDIO FEATURES
your AUX device to the jack located in your
PART
AUX Mode Screen
Listening to AUX media
PART 2
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BT AUDIO MODE
BT Mode Screen and Features
to stream music stored in your handset device
via a Bluetooth wireless technology connec-
Displays the battery charge status of the
6 7 8
1
BT Audio mode is a feature which allows you
6 Phone Battery charge status
connected mobile phone. The battery
charge status may not be displayed in
some mobile phones.
Ⓡ
tion. Music saved in the handset device can
be played in the car through Bluetooth wire-
3
Ⓡ
2
7 Signal Strength
4
5
less technology audio streaming. BT audio
Displays the mobile phone signal strength.
can be played only when a handset device
has been connected. To play BT audio, pair a
handset device with the system. If Bluetooth
Ⓡ
The signal strength may not be displayed in
1 Mode Display
some mobile phones.
Displays the current mode as BT Audio
8 Bluetooth wireless technology
Ⓡ
mode.
wireless technology is disconnected while
connection state
playing BT audio, music play will be discontin2 Bluetooth wireless technology
enabled device information
supported in some handset devices. Only one
function can be used at a time between the
Bluetooth wireless technology handsfree or
Ⓡ
Displays information about the Bluetooth
wireless technology enabled device
BT audio function. Playing music from the car
3 Song Title
is not possible when there are no music files
stored in the handset device.
Displays the song title.
4 Play/Pause
Plays/pauses the song.
5 Sound
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Becomes displayed when a Bluetooth
Ⓡ
ued. The audio streaming function may not be
Enters Sound Setup.
Ⓡ
wireless technology enabled phone has
Ⓡ
been connected with the car system.
Listening to music from your
Bluetooth wireless technology
enabled device
s t ar t i n g t h e mu s i c d ir e c t l y fr o m t h e
Ⓡ
REW/FF a song
Bluetooth wireless technology enabled
Ⓡ
onds) on the steering wheel controller.
SEEK ∧
1. Press the TRACK
or
control panel or the
For more information on pairing your
Bluetooth wireless technology enabled
Ⓡ
devices, refer to the 'Pairing your handset
SEEK
keys on the
or ∨ keys on
2. The track will rewind or fast-forward at a
∨ TRACK
∧
rate 20 times faster than normal while the
the steering wheel controller to play the
device to the handsfree system' section.
2. Press the MEDIA key on the control panel
key is being held.
desired song.
3. Release the key to play from the current
2. T he previous or next song will begin
to turn on BT audio mode.
position.
playing.
3. When streaming music from your Bluetooth
Note
Ⓡ
wireless technology enabled device and you
wish to pause, press the ll button next on the
▶
button to restart music.
Note
●
The play/pause, song selection and REW/FF
● File selection may not be supported in some
features are supported only in handset
Bluetooth wireless technology enabled
devices with AVRCP Ver. 1.3 or higher. If
Ⓡ
devices.
play control features are not working, first
Note
●
check the AVRCP version of your Bluetooth
While music saved in the Bluetooth wireless
SEEK
∨ TRACK
keys (over 0.8 seconds) on the control
panel or the ∧ , ∨ keys (over 0.8 sec-
Selecting a song
enabled device to the handsfree system.
screen. Press the
or
technology enabled device will automatically
Ⓡ
wireless technology enabled device.
Ⓡ
●
When such operations are not supported,
begin playing after converting to the BT
use the handset device to perform these
Audio screen, this music player function may
functions. not be supported in some Bluetooth wireⓇ
less technology enabled devices.
●
If music does not begin playing even after
displaying the Phone music screen, try
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1. Pair your Bluetooth wireless technology
Ⓡ
SEEK
TRACK ∧
PART
1. P ress and hold the
device.
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JUKEBOX MODE
JUKEBOX Mode Screen and
Features
The UVO system offers you maximum conve-
5 Shuffle
If Shuffle is operating, the songs will be
played in random order and the corre-
1
nience by allowing you to copy songs from
your MP3 CD and USB and store them to the
JUKEBOX within the system. For more infor-
6 Sound
8
mation on copying songs into JUKEBOX, refer
to the ‘Copying songs into JUKEBOX’ section.
2
3
4
sponding icon will be displayed.
11
10
9
5
6
Enters Sound Setup.
7
7 Play Time
Displays the play time.
1 Mode Display
8 Artist name
D i s p l a y s t h a t t h e c u r r e n t m o d e i s
JUKEBOX mode.
2 Menu
Displays the JUKEBOX folder and file lists.
3 Favorite
Adds/removes current song to Favorites
list.
Displays the artist name.
9 Song Title
Displays the song title.
10 Album Art Icon
When pressed, displays information about
the current song (artist, title, album and
other information).
4 Repeat
If Repeat is operating, the current song will
be repeated and the corresponding icon
will be displayed.
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11 Current/Total Track Number
Displays the current track number and total
number of tracks on the current playing list.
Listening to JUKEBOX
2. Selecting through manual search
2. Press the
Now Playing
button.
1. Turn the TUNE knob on the control panel
2. The system will automatically restore the
most recently played song.
Selecting a JUKEBOX song
in clockwise or counter-clockwise direction. Each click will display information
2 AUDIO FEATURES
panel to turn to JUKEBOX mode.
PART
1. Press the JUKEBOX key on the control
about the selected song.
2. P re s s t he TUNE k n o b to p l ay t he
selected song.
3. Selecting from the list
1. Selecting through Track Up/Down
1. Press the
∨
panel or the
SEEK ∧
TRACK
∧
or
3. Press the name of the song from the list.
The song will automatically start playing.
keys on the control
∨
keys on the steer-
ing wheel controller to play the desired track.
2. T he previous or next song will begin
playing.
Note
●
SEEK
If the ∨ TRACK
key on the Control panel or
∨
key on the steering wheel controller is
1. Press the
Menu
button.
pressed and released after the track has
played for more than 3 seconds, the start of
the current track will begin playing. If the
song has been playing for less than 3 seconds, the start of the previous song will
begin playing.
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4. By Artists, Albums, Genres, Song,
Composers
Adding Favorites
button.
The Favorites feature allows you to create a
separate Favorites list of songs.
1. Press the
Menu
button.
1. W hile listening to JUKEBOX, press the
button.
2. Choose the category through which you
wish to select. JUKEBOX mode allows
you to select by Favorites, Artists, Albums,
Genres, Songs, and Composers.
2. T he heart icon will be displayed on the
screen to signify that the song has been
saved in Favorites.
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3. To delete a song from Favorites, press the
Playing Favorites
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2 AUDIO FEATURES
3. Press the name of the song from the list.
The song will begin playing.
1. While playing JUKEBOX, press the
Menu
Note
button.
The Favorites button will be inactive when there
● are no songs saved as Favorites.
When deleting favorites from the Favorites list,
● the deleted favorites will be removed from the
favorites list. The songs will not be deleted from
the system.
2.In the JUKEBOX Menu screen, press the
Favorites
button.
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Memory Management
Deleting JUKEBOX
Checking System Information
1. Deleting JUKEBOX
1. W hile in JUKEBOX mode, press the
Menu button.
1. Press the SETUP key on the control panel.
4. The system information screen shows you
the memory currently in use.
2. Press the
3. Press the
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System
button.
System Information
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2. Press the
button.
3. Press the
Now Playing
Edit
button.
button.
PART
selected, a
will be displayed next to the
3. Press the
button.
4. The system will reboot and automatically
selected song. To select all songs, press
the Select All button. All of the songs in
the play list will be selected.
5. Press the Delete button.
Delete all copy files
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4. Select the songs you wish to delete. When
restore the FM mode.
Note
When using the
● Delete all copy files
feature,
all JUKEBOX files will be deleted.
2. Deleting all files
1. Press the SETUP key on the control panel.
2. Press the
System
button.
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MEMO
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Table of contents
2. By contact list……………………………………… 79
Setting Phone Volume… ……………………………… 87
3. By recent calls… ………………………………… 80
Turn Streaming Audio On and Off…………… 87
70
Contact list… …………………………………………… 81
Contacts Sync………………………………………………… 88
71
(from mobile phone)……………………………… 81
Using your Bluetooth wireless technology
Ⓡ
Handsfree system
…………………………………………………………………
Smart driving practices
1.Downloading contact list
…………………………………………………………………
Pairing your handset device to the
SMS…
89
Searching your contacts…………………………… 82
handsfree system
1. By name…
Pairing a Bluetooth wireless technology
…………………………………………
2. By number…
Ⓡ
………………………………………
82
83
enabled device for the first time… …………… 72
Checking missed calls…………………………………… 84
Deleting a paired handset device… ………… 73
SMS………………………………………………………… 85
Connecting a handset device…
………………………………………………………………
Changing passkey………………………………………… 89
………………
74
Setting Priority………………………………………… 74
Using the phone features
1. Downloading SMS messages
(from mobile phone)… ……………………………… 85
2. Checking an SMS message…………………… 85
Phone Mode Screens and Features………… 76
3. Sending an SMS message
………
1. When a mobile phone is connected
76
(Custom Messages)… ……………………………… 85
2. When making a call…
………………………………
76
4. Editing Custom Messages……………………… 85
3. When receiving an incoming call…………… 77
5. Switching the call between handsfree
4. When on a call…………………………………………… 77
and handset device…………………………………… 86
Answering an incoming call……………………… 78
6. Transferring the handsfree call to your
Rejecting an incoming call…
Handset device… ……………………………………… 86
……………………
78
Call waiting……………………………………………… 78
7. Transferring a call on your Handset
Placing a call…………………………………………… 79
device to handsfree…
1. By dialing a number… ………………………… 79
………………………………
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Using your Bluetooth wireless
technology Handsfree system
Ⓡ
The Bluetooth wireless technology
handsfree system offers:
Ⓡ
Welcome to KIA’s connected world of wireless
●
personal networking. The UVO system with
●
Bluetooth wireless technology allows you to
safely and conveniently use various Bluetooth
●
Making/Answering phone calls
●
Downloading Contacts
wireless technology enabled phone features
●
as you drive your vehicle.
●
Downloading Call history lists
Playing music saved in a Bluetooth wireless
Ⓡ
Ⓡ
Pairing mobile phones (Up to 5 phones)
Connecting/disconnecting mobile phones
Ⓡ
technology enabled phone in the vehicle
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Smart driving practices
●
Place your mobile device in easy reach.
Use your mobile device to help others in
●
out removing your eyes from the road. If you
If you witness an accident, a crime, or an
using mobile devices and their accesso-
receive an incoming call at an inconvenient
emergency situation where lives are in
ries and always make sure to obey them.
time, always use your handsfree connection
danger, call 911 or your local emergency
The use of such devices may be prohibited
or let your voice mail answer it.
number.
or restricted in certain areas.
Do not search for phone numbers while
●
Call roadside assistance when neces-
●
Your mobile device lets you communicate
driving.
sary.
through voice and data almost anywhere and
Searching through your address book takes
If you see a broken-down vehicle, a
anytime. When driving a car, driving comes
attention away from driving safely.
broken traffic signal, a minor traffic acci-
Let the other person know you are driv-
dent where no one appears injured, or a
ing; when necessary, suspend the call in
vehicle you know to be stolen, contact
first. If you choose to use your mobile device
●
while driving, remember the following:
difficult traffic or weather conditions.
your local roadside assistance, or local
Some laws do not allow the use of hand-
Rain, sleet, snow, ice or heavy traffic can be
authorities, as appropriate.
held devices while driving.
threats to safe driving.
●
Always obey local laws and, even if permit-
●
Use your mobile device to call for help.
ted, do not use your handheld device unless
Dial 911 or other local emergency number in
it is safe to do so.
case of fire, traffic accident, or medical
Get to know your mobile device and
emergencies*
●
features.
Knowledge of your mobile device and its features will help you to arrive safely and easily.
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cases of emergency.
Check related laws and regulations on
PART
Be able to access your mobile device with-
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Pairing your handset device to
the handsfree system
Before you can use the Bluetooth wireless
Pairing a Bluetooth wireless
technology enabled device for the
first time
Ⓡ
the handset device. For details on device
discovery for your handset device, refer to
the handset device user's manual.
4. Once the device is discovered, input the
Ⓡ
technology handsfree system to make handsfree calls, you must create a Bluetooth wireⓇ
less technology connection between your
1. Press the
button on the steering
wheel or the PHONE key on the control
passkey in the handset device.
panel.
handsfree system and handset device. A
Bluetooth wireless technology connection is
Ⓡ
made between your handsfree system and
handset device with a paired link.
When setting up a paired link, the handsfree
system will always remember your handset
5. Once pairing is complete, the handset
device. Once the system is paired with the
device, your hand-free system can be set so
device will be shown in the Connections list.
2. Press the
Yes
button.
that it automatically connects to your handset
Note
each time you start your vehicle.
●
initial uploading of your contacts into the
Caution
●
Initial pairing may require some time due to
system. The contacts upload feature may
For safety, make pairings between your
not be supported in some handset devices.
handsfree system and handset only while
●
the vehicle is parked.
Before connecting the Bluetooth wireless
Ⓡ
technology handsfree system with the hand-
set device, check to see that the handset
3. P e r f o r m a d e v i c e d i s c o v e r y f r o m
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device supports Bluetooth wireless technolⓇ
ogy handsfree and Bluetooth wireless techⓇ
Deleting a paired handset device
nology is turned on.
●
The process for initiating Bluetooth wireless
Ⓡ
PART
technology connections may vary depending
device user's manual as a reference guide.
The UVO system supports up to 5 pairings.
● After 5 handsets have already been paired,
3. O nce the phone is selected, press the
you must delete a handset to connect a new
handset.
Delete
button.
1. W h i l e i n P h o n e m o d e , p r e s s t h e
Connections
button.
4. Press the
2. S elect the handset device you want to
delete.
Yes
button.
Note
●
When you delete a paired phone, data will
also be erased. For instance, deleting a
paired phone will also erase recent calls,
contact lists, and SMS data from the system.
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on the manufacturer. Use the handset
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Connecting a handset device
Setting Priority
connect.
The system automatically connects the Bluetooth
Ⓡ
When more than one device has been paired
wireless technology enabled device set at the
to the system, you can set the connection pri-
highest priority. As a result, in order to connect a
ority so that a certain phone is connected with
different phone, follow the following steps.
priority starting from the next time you turn on
the system.
3. Press the
Connect
button.
Note
●
After initial pairing, your highest priority
handset device will automatically connect
1. W h i l e i n P h o n e m o d e , p r e s s t h e
Connections
button.
with the handsfree system every time you
start your vehicle (if your handset device is
powered on and the relevant Bluetooth
Ⓡ
wireless technology set tings are not
changed).
2. S elect the handset device you want to
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1. W h i l e i n P h o n e m o d e , p r e s s t h e
Connections
button.
2. Press the
Set Priority
button.
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3 PHONE FEATURES
3. Select the phone you wish to set as preferred priority.
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PART 3
Using the phone features
Phone Mode Screens and Features
5 Settings
B ecomes displayed when a Bluetooth
Displays the Settings screen.
Ⓡ
wireless technology enabled phone has
been connected with the car system.
2. When making a call
1. When a mobile phone is connected
1 2 3
4
1
2
3
5
4
Displays the Dial Pad screen.
7
Displays the battery charge status of the
If a number has not been entered into the
phone number input window,
pressing the send button displays the call
history list screen.
connected mobile phone. The battery
charge status may not be displayed in
2 Contacts
pad.
Makes the call to the dialed number.
1 Phone Battery charge status
1 Dial Number
Input the phone number through the dial
5 SEND
6
5
4 Dial
some mobile phones.
Displays the Contacts list
6 END
Ends the call. If a number has been inputted, then erases the entire number.
2 Signal Strength
3 Recent Calls
Displays the Recent Calls list.
Displays the mobile phone signal strength.
The signal strength may not be displayed in
some mobile phones.
4 Connections
Displays the Connections screen.
3 Bluetooth wireless technology
Ⓡ
connection state
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7 Delete
Deletes one digit at a time.
3. When receiving an incoming call
5 PRIVATE
4. When on a call
When talking on the car handsfree, use
this function to switch the call to the mobile
3
1
2
5
6 MUTE
2
Mutes the sound of the call. The caller will
6
not be able to hear the conversation taking
place in the car.
1 Accept
1 Call state
Accepts the incoming call.
Displays the call state, such as talk time,
phone connection, and end time.
2 Reject
2 END
Rejects the incoming call.
Ends the call.
3 Name of the other party
Displays the name of the other party. The
name of the caller will not be displayed if
the caller's phone number has not been
saved in contacts.
4 Number of other party
Displays the number of the other party
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1
phone.
PART
4
PART 3
PHONE FEATURES
Answering an incoming call
Rejecting an incoming call
Call waiting
Call waiting is a feature which allows you to
place the current call on hold in order to
receive a second call. When you are in a
call, the ‘incoming Call’ window will be displayed to the sound of a beep to signal a
second incoming call.
1. When there is an incoming call, an incom-
1. Press the
ing call window will be displayed on the
the
screen. Press the
controller.
screen or the
Accept
button on the
key on the steering
button on the screen or
1. If a second call is received while already
key on the steering wheel
on a call, the incoming call window will be
Reject
displayed on the screen.
2. The call will be rejected.
wheel controller to answer the call.
2. The call will be connected.
Note
●
You can also accept an incoming call using
your handset device if you wish to talk in private mode.
2. Press the
Accept
button or the
key
on the steering wheel controller to take the
second incoming call. Press the
Reject
button to reject the second incoming call.
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Placing a call
1. By dialing a number
PART
the
button or the
3. Press the
key on the
the
steering wheel. The other call will be
button on the screen or
key on the steering wheel con-
troller to connect the call.
received and the previous call will switch
back to call waiting.
1. W h i l e i n P h o n e m o d e , p r e s s t h e
Dial Number
button.
Note
●
Pressing and holding the
Note
button or
key will redial the most recent number.
The Call waiting function may not be sup-
● ●
ported in some handset devices.
You can delete digits by pressing the
or
The
● Delete
button on the screen.
Delete
button will delete one digit at a
time while the
button will erase all
digits.
●
When placing international calls, press and
hold the “ * ”. A “ +” sign is displayed, allow2. Use the dial pad on the right side of the
ing you to place an international call.
screen to enter the phone number.
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3. To switch again to the other caller, press
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2. By contact list
3. Press the
the
1. While in Phone mode, press the
Contacts
button on the screen or
key on the steering wheel con-
2. Select the contact you want to call from
the list.
troller to connect the call.
button.
3. By recent calls
3. Press the
the
2. Select the contact you want to call from
the list.
troller to connect the call.
1. W h i l e i n P h o n e m o d e , p r e s s t h e
Recent Calls
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button on the screen or
key on the steering wheel con-
button.
Contact list
Note
●
If you want to connect to the most recent call
you made, press and hold the
●
1. Downloading contact list (from mobile
phone)
on the steering wheel.
You can store a list of names and phone
Recent calls will be deleted automatically
numbers in the system contact list. The con-
when a handset device is disconnected from
tact list can support up to 1,000 entries. The
the system.
contact list is only available when a handset
Recent calls can be sorted. Use the
button to sort recent calls by
Received
●
key
and
Missed
,
calls.
The recent calls function may not be sup
Download
button.
device is connected to the handsfree
Sort by
Dialed
2. Press the
3 PHONE FEATURES
●
button
PART
in the 'Dial Number' screen or the
system. In some phones, the system will
automatically download contacts upon
pairing.
ported in some handset devices.
3. T he contacts from the currently paired
handset device will automatically be
downloaded.
1. While in Phone mode, press the
Contacts
button.
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Searching your contacts
Note
●
The Mobile, Home and Office numbers can
be saved for each contact. Select the num-
If you have many contacts downloaded in the
ber you wish to call and press the corre-
device from your handset device, you can
sponding
make searches of your contacts to conve-
button.
niently find the desired person.
1. By name
1. While in Phone mode, press the
button.
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Contacts
2. Press the
Search
button.
3. Press the
Search by name
button.
2. By number
PART
the
Done
3. Press the
Search by number
3 PHONE FEATURES
4. Enter the name you wish to find and press
button.
button.
1. While in Phone mode, press the
Contacts
button.
4. Enter the number you wish to find and
5. Press the contact you want to connect the
press the
call.
Done
button.
5. Press the contact you want to connect the
2. Press the
Search
button.
call.
Note
●
When searching contacts by name, you do
Note
not need to enter the entire name to conduct
●
the search.
When searching contacts by number, you do
not need to enter the entire number to conduct the search.
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Checking missed calls
3. Press the
Missed
button.
1. W h i l e i n P h o n e m o d e , p r e s s t h e
Recent Calls
button.
4. The list of missed calls will be displayed.
2. Press the
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Sort by
button.
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SMS
the sender, say ‘Call’.
●
1. D ownloading SMS messages (from
mobile phone)
3. Select the desired message to send a
When a mobile phone has been paired with
response.
the system, new incoming messages will
●
system, unread messages will automatically
You can modify custom messages through
Phone Settings.
be downloaded to the system. While you will
●
not be able to check SMS messages
The SMS function may not be supported in
some handset devices.
through the system due to legal regulations,
4. Editing Custom Messages
the system will read back messages for you
for added convenience. The SMS read back
1. In the ‘Phone’ Screen, press the
is also possible when the vehicle is in
button.
2. P ress the
motion.
●
When the notification window is displayed,
press the
2. Checking an SMS message
1. P ress the
Yes
button to check the new
wheel.
3. T he system will read back the new
message.
Note
To listen to the message again, say ‘Read
● again’. To listen to the next message, say
‘Next’. To send a reply, say ‘Reply’. To call
but ton nex t to the
Custom Messages menu.
incoming message.
3. From the 6 messages, select the mes-
key on the steering
2. Say the command ‘Read SMS’.
Edit
Settings
sage you wish to edit.
3. S ending an SMS message (Custom
Messages)
The UVO system allows you to respond to
Caution
●
The Editing Custom Messages features are
incoming messages through voice
supported only when the vehicle is parked. If
commands.
you need to edit custom messages, first park
1. After listening to a received message, say
your vehicle in a safe location.
‘Reply’.
2. The UVO system will provide information
pertaining to the 6 Custom Messages.
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When a mobile phone is paired with the
Note
PART
automatically be notified through the system.
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Switching the call
Note
●
1. Switching the call between handsfree
and handset device
Accepting a call with the handset device will
automatically connect the call in Private
mode.
When you receive an incoming call, you
have the option of using the handsfree or
talking privately by using the handset
device.
3. Transferring a call on your Handset
device to handsfree
1. If an incoming call is accepted with the
handset device, the call will be connected
2. Transferring the handsfree call to your
Handset device
1. After pressing the
Accept
button for an
incoming call, the following screen will be
displayed.
2. Press the
Private
button. The call will be
transferred to the handset device.
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with the handset device while the UVO
system will display the following screen.
2. Press the Use handsfree button to transfer
the call to the handsfree.
Phone settings
Turn Streaming Audio On and Off
Note
Press the
● Setting Phone Volume
●
Streaming Audio is a feature which turns On/
Although the call volume can be changed
Off BT Audio Mode. For more information on
during a call, the volume will return to its ini-
BT Audio, refer to the ‘BT AUDIO MODE’
tial level as saved in Setup.
section in the Audio Features chapter of the
Call volume can be operated separately
user's manual.
from the audio volume, allowing you to
change the call volume without changing the
audio volume.
When call volume is changed, ring volume is
● also changed.
2. Press the
Settings
button.
1. W hile in Phone Set tings, press the
Settings
3. Use the
◀
,
▶
button.
buttons to control the
volume to the desired level.
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●
button to restore the
PART
1. Press the PHONE key.
Default
default setting.
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Contacts Sync
Contacts Sync is a feature which automatically downloads contacts when pairing a
new phone.
2. Press the
On
or
Off
button next
2. Press the
to the Streaming Audio menu.
Press the
button to restore the
Changes are saved as they are made. In
other words, once you change a setting, the
new setting will become saved.
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Off
button next
Note
Default
●
default setting.
●
or
to the Contacts Sync menu.
Note
●
On
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Press the
Default
button to restore the
default setting.
1. W hile in Phone Set tings, press the
Settings
button.
Changes are saved as they are made. In
● other words, once you change a setting, the
new setting will become saved.
SMS
Changing passkey
The passkey is the authentication code
on or off within the system. When turned on,
needed whenever you pair a new handset
the SMS feature will download unread
device.
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This feature allows you turn the SMS feature
incoming messages to provide a read back
of new messages.
2. Press the
On
or
Off
button next
to the SMS menu.
Note
●
Press the
Default
button to restore the
default setting.
●
Changes are saved as they are made. In
other words, once you change a setting, the
1. W hile in Phone Set tings, press the
Settings
1. W hile in Phone Set tings, press the
Settings
PART
button.
new setting will become saved.
button.
2. Press the
0000
button next to the pass-
key menu.
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Caution
Mobile Phone Compatibility
Depending on the manufacturer, product and product specification, some mobile phones functions may not be supported or may not operate to specification. Carefully read the cautions
listed below.
●
3. I nput the new passkey and press the
Done button to save.
The occurrence of problems upon using mobile phones may be caused by the mobile phone
and not by the Audio unit.
●
Even mobile phones which support Bluetooth wireless technology function may not operate
Ⓡ
properly if the mobile phone connection has been locked. Release the connection lock and try
Note
The default passkey is “0000” .
●
●
connecting the mobile phone with the system again.
●
The passkey can be set only when the vehicle is parked.
The Mobile phone battery icon and signal strength icon may not be properly displayed depend
ing on the type of mobile phone.
●
Call waiting is supported only when connected mobile phones support this feature. The call
waiting pop-up may not be displayed in some mobile phones.
Audio streaming mode will operate only when a Bluetooth wireless technology enabled phone
Ⓡ
● has been connected. Connecting or disconnecting a Bluetooth wireless technology enabled
Ⓡ
phone while audio streaming is operating will stop music play.
●
The audio streaming function may not be supported in some mobile phones.
The phonebook may take a prolonged period of time to download or may not operate in some
● mobile phones. The quality of Bluetooth wireless technology handsfree calls may differ
Ⓡ
depending on the mobile phone.
The SMS function may not be supported in some handset devices.
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PART 4
Table of contents
PART 4 VOICE COMMANDS
Conditions for voice command system
… …………………………………………………………………………
92
Operating Voice Command
Adjusting Voice Command Volume… ………… 95
Speaker Adaptation
Creating a Voice Profile… ……………………………… 96
Selecting a Previous Voice Profile… …………… 97
Deleting a Voice Profile… ……………………………… 98
Voice Command List
Command List - General Commands………… 99
Command List - Audio Commands…
………
100
… ………………………………………
100
1. FM/AM Radio
2. SIRIUS……………………………………………………… 100
3. MEDIA… …………………………………………………… 101
4. JUKEBOX………………………………………………… 102
Command List - Phone Commands………… 103
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VOICE COMMANDS
Turning Command Feedback On and Off… …… 94
contents
Using Voice Command… ……………………………… 93
Voice Command Help… ………………………………… 93
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Conditions for voice command
system
The voice control system includes a special
handsfree microphone mounted above the
while you are speaking, and ask your
passengers not to speak while you are
giving voice commands.
As the handsfree microphone is positioned
●
driver's seat of your car which blocks out
to pick up the driver's voice, commands by
(filters out) ambient noise and allows you to
other occupants may be understood with
operate system features through voice
less accuracy, and passengers are advised
commands while maintaining proper posture.
to use the handset when making calls.
There are still a few points you should
observe to make sure that you are properly
understood.
Keep doors, windows and the sunroof
●
closed to avoid noise interference from
outside the car. Voice command
performance can be improved if the cabin
environment is quiet.
Press the voice recognition button and say
●
the voice command after the sound of the
beep.
Speak continuously and at normal volume,
●
avoiding unnatural emphasis and pauses
between words
Avoid causing background noise in the car
●
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Voice Command Help
Note
Operating Voice Command
●
Using Voice Command
●
Press the
key shortly to interrupt the
system command feedback and enter a
The Voice Command Help section provides
voice command.
you with lists of commands that can be used
in each mode, adding ease and convenience
say “Exit” or press the
using voice commands.
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key for over 0.8
PART
To terminate the voice control system, either
second.
●
The system voice comment “Please say a
command” will not be stated when the
Command Feedback option is turned off.
●
For more information on the various voice
commands supported by the system, refer to
the “Command Help” or the “Voice
Command List” section.
1. Press the Voice button.
1. Press the
key on the steering wheel
controller. A
display
will be shown at the top of the screen
followed by a “Please say a command”
system comment.
2. O nce the
icon becomes
displayed, say the desired voice command
2. Press the Help button.
(ex: “What's Playing”)
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Turning Command Feedback On
and Off
Note
●
Press the Default button to restore the
default setting.
Changes are saved as they are made. In
● other words, once you change a setting, the
new setting will become saved.
3. Press the mode to view a list of related
Voice Commands.
Note
●
1. Press the Voice button.
The “help” command can be used even while
voice recognition dialogue is operating. At
such time, help instructions appropriate to
the state of the dialogue will be provided.
2. Press the
On
or
Off
button next to
the Command Feedback menu.
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Adjusting Voice Command
Volume
Note
●
P ress the Default button to restore the
●
Changes are saved as they are made. In
default setting.
other words, once you change a setting, the
PART
new setting will become saved.
4 VOICE COMMANDS
1. Press the Voice button.
2. Use the
◀
,
▶
buttons to adjust the
voice command volume.
3. P ress the
button to return to the
Setup screen.
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Speaker Adaptation
Creating a Voice Profile
The Voice Command feature in the UVO
system allows you to create speaker profiles
in order to maximize recognition accuracy.
You will be asked to read a number of
sentences to the system so that it can adapt
2. P ress the Default button next to the
Speaker Adaptation menu.
4. Input the name of the profile you wish to
use and press the Done button.
to your voice. Creating a profile takes
approximately several minutes and must be
done while the vehicle is parked. You can
quit/resume a reading session, but the
system cannot be interrupted while it is
creating the profile.
3. After reading the instructions, press the
Start
1. Press the Voice button.
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button.
5. Follow the training set as shown on the
screen.
Selecting a Previous Voice Profile
PART
3. Press the name of the profile.
displayed on the screen, press the
key then read the displayed sentence in
1. Press the Voice button.
your natural tone.
Note
Press the
● None(Default)
button to restore
the default profile.
Note
●
Changes are saved as they are made. In
● There are 10 commands in the training set.
other words, once you change a setting, the
For each one, press the speak button and
new setting will become saved.
read the command on the screen.
2. Press the profile name button next to the
Speaker Adaptation menu.
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6. A s each of the 10 commands become
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VOICE COMMANDS
Deleting a Voice Profile
Note
●
Press the
None(Default)
button to restore
the default profile.
●
Changes are saved as they are made. In
other words, once you change a setting, the
new setting will become saved.
3. Press the Delete button next to the name
of the profile.
1. Press the Voice button.
4. Press the Yes button.
2. Press the profile name button next to the
Speaker Adaptation menu.
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Voice Command List
Command List - General Commands
Command
The voice commands for this system are
Operation
●
Exit / Quit / Cancel
Terminate the voice control system
commands.
○
Go back
Returns to the previous step.
●
Repeat
Repeats the system prompt.
●
Help
rovides instruction on the voice command
P
necessary for the current situation.
●
Voice command feedback {on, off}
Turns command feedback on/off.
Global commands (●) : Commands that
operate in all modes.
●
L ocal commands (○) : Commands that
operate only in corresponding modes or
when screens of corresponding modes are
displayed.
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●
PART
divided into Global commands and Local
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Command List - Audio Commands
1. FM/AM Radio
Command
Operation
●
Radio
Plays the most recent frequency for the most recent band
●
Radio {FM, AM}
Plays the most recent frequency for the corresponding Band.
●
Radio {87.5 - 107.9} FM
Plays the selected FM band frequency.
●
Radio {530 - 1710} AM
Plays the selected AM band frequency.
●
Radio FM preset {1 - 12}
Plays the selected FM preset.
●
Radio AM preset {1 - 6}
Plays the selected AM preset.
○
What's playing?
Reads back HD Radio(Optional) station information.
2. SIRIUS
Command
Operation
●
Sirius
Plays the most recent SIRIUS channel.
●
Sirius preset {1 - 18}
Plays the selected Sirius preset.
●
Sirius channel {0 - 223}
Plays the selected Sirius channel.
○
What's playing?
Reads back SIRIUS channel information.
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3. MEDIA
Command
Operation
Play {zune, iPod, USB, CD}
Plays the selected media mode.
●
Play {Bluetooth audio, AUX}
Plays the selected media mode.
●
Play artist {artist name}
Plays songs of the selected artist.
●
Play album {album name}
Plays songs of the selected album.
●
Play track {track name}
Plays the selected track.
●
Play playlist {playlist name}
Plays songs of the selected playlist.
●
Play genre {genre}
Plays songs of the selected genre
●
Play audiobook {title}
(iPod only) Plays the selected audiobook.
●
Play podcast {podcast}
(iPod only) Plays the selected iPod podcast.
●
Play composer {composer}
Plays songs for the selected composer.
○
What's playing?
Reads back the current song information.
○
Repeat {on, off}
Turns the repeat feature on or off.
○
Shuffle {on, off}
Turns the shuffle feature on or off.
●
Play {CD, zune, iPod, USB} artist {name}
Plays songs for the selected artist in the selected media mode.
●
Play {CD, zune, iPod, USB} album {name}
Plays songs for the selected album in the selected media mode.
●
Play {CD, zune, iPod, USB} track {name}
Plays the selected track in the selected media mode.
●
Play {CD, zune, iPod, USB} playlist {name}
Plays the selected playlist in the selected media mode.
●
Play {CD, zune, iPod, USB} genre {genre}
Plays songs for the selected genre in the selected media mode.
●
Play {CD, zune, iPod, USB} composer {name}
Plays songs for the selected composer in the selected media mode.
●
Play iPod audiobook {title}
(iPod only) Plays the selected iPod audiobook.
●
Play iPod podcast {podcast}
(iPod only) Plays the selected iPod podcast.
Ⓡ
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●
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4. JUKEBOX
Command
Operation
●
Play JUKEBOX
Plays the JUKEBOX mode.
●
Play JUKEBOX Favorites
Plays songs of JUKEBOX Favorites
●
Play artist {artist name}
Plays songs of the selected artist
●
Play album {album name}
Plays songs of the selected album.
●
Play track {track name}
Plays the selected track.
●
Play playlist {playlist name}
Plays songs of the selected playlist.
●
Play genre {genre}
Plays songs of the selected genre
●
Play composer {composer}
Plays songs of the selected composer.
○
What's playing?
Reads back the current song information.
○
Add to favorites
Adds the current song to favorites.
○
Remove from favorites
Removes the current song from favorites.
○
Repeat {on, off}
Turns the repeat feature on or off.
○
Shuffle {on, off}
Turns the shuffle feature on or off.
●
Play JUKEBOX artist {artist name}
Plays songs of the selected JUKEBOX artist.
●
Play JUKEBOX album {album name}
Plays songs of the selected JUKEBOX album.
●
Play JUKEBOX track {track name}
Plays the selected JUKEBOX track.
●
Play JUKEBOX playlist {name}
Plays the selected JUKEBOX playlist.
●
Play JUKEBOX genre {genre}
Plays songs of the selected JUKEBOX genre.
●
Play JUKEBOX composer {name}
Plays songs of the selected JUKEBOX composer.
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Command List - Phone Commands
Command
Operation
Calls the desired name.
●
Dial {number}
Dials the desired number.
●
Call {name} at home
Calls the desired person at the home number.
●
Call {name} at office
Calls the desires person at the office number.
●
Call {name} on mobile
Calls the desires person on the mobile number.
●
Dial by number
Starts dial by number operation.
●
Call a contact
Starts call by name operation.
●
Phone
Turns on Phone mode screen.
●
Dial international
Starts international call operation.
●
Phone connections
Turns on Phone connections screen.
●
Phone settings
●
SMS
●
Read SMS
●
Recent calls
Turns on Phone settings screen.
Reads back new SMS message
for Bluetooth wireless technology SMS capable phones.
Reads back new SMS message
for Bluetooth wireless technology SMS capable phones.
Turns on Recent Calls list screen.
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Call {name}
PART
●
Ⓡ
Ⓡ
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MEMO
PART 5
Table of contents
PART 5 REAR VIEW CAMERA
About Rear View Camera…………………………… 106
contents
REAR VIEW CAMERA
PART 5. Table of contents
105
PART 5
REAR VIEW CAMERA
About Rear View Camera
●
1. Place the transmission in Reverse “ R ”.
The UVO system is connected with a rear
view camera.
●
The Rear View Camera System uses an
exterior camera integrated to the rear of the
vehicle that sends video feedback to the
UVO system.
●
Regardless of the mode you are in, placing
the transmission in “ R ” will automatically
2. The rear view camera will activate.
display the rear view camera screen.
Warning
Check your surroundings for safety.
●
The rear view camera is equipped with an
optical lens necessary to acquire a wider
field of vision and may result in a display
which differs from the actual distance.
A lways check the rear and left/right
directions when driving in reverse.
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PART 6
Table of contents
PART 6 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Before thinking the product has
malfunctioned………………………………………………… 108
Troubleshooting…
109
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107
contents
…………………………………
Troubleshooting guide
PART 6
Troubleshooting guide
Troubleshooting guide
Before thinking the product has malfunctioned
1. Errors which occur during the operation or installation of the device may be mistaken as a malfunction of the actual device.
2. If you are having problems with the device, try the suggestions listed below.
3. If the problems persist, contact your point of purchase or the nearest service center.
Problem
Function
There are small red, blue, or green dots on
Because the LCD is manufactured with technology requiring high point density, a pixel
the screen
deficiency or lighting may occur within 0.01% of total pixels.
The sound or image is not working
The sound is not working
When the power is turned on, the
corners of the screen are dark
●
Has the Switch for the vehicle been turned to [ACC] or [ON]?
●
Has the SYSTEM been turned OFF?
●
Has the volume been set to a low level?
●
Has the volume been set on mute?
The display looking somewhat darker after prolonged periods of use is a normal phenomenon
● with LCD panels. It is not a malfunction.
●
If the screen is very dark, contact your point of purchase or the nearest service center.
Sound is working from only one speaker
●
Is the position of FAL/BAL sound controls or volume adjusted to only one side?
Sound does not work in AUX mode
Is the audio connector jacks fully inserted into the AUX terminal?
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Troubleshooting
Problem
The power does not turn on.
Possible Cause
The fuse is disconnected.
Solution
Replace with a suitable fuse. If the fuse is disconnected again,
please contact your point of purchase or service center.
Device is not properly connected.
The sound does not work.
Adjust the volume level.
The connector is not properly connected.
●
Check the connection state.
The device is currently fast-forwarding,
● rewinding, scanning, or playing in slow mode.
●
The sound will not work when the device is fast-forwarding,
rewinding, scanning, or playing in slow mode.
The DISC is dirty or scratched.
● Wipe off water or dirt from the DISC. Do not use a disc which
Vibration is occurring from the position in which
● has been scratched.
● the conversion switch has been installed.
The sound may be short-circuited and the image distorted if
the device begins to vibrate. The device will return to normal
operation once the vibration has stopped.
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●
PART
The volume level is set the lowest level.
●
● The sound quality is low.
Check to see that the device has been properly connected.
●
PART 6
Troubleshooting guide
Problem
The USB does not work.
Possible Cause
Solution
●
USB memory is damaged.
● ●
USB memory has been contaminated.
● Please use after formatting the USB into FAT 12/16/32 format.
A separately purchased USB HUB is being
● Remove any foreign substances on the contact surface of the
USB memory and multimedia terminal.
● Directly connect the USB memory with the multimedia
used.
●
terminal on the vehicle.
A USB extension cable is being used.
● Directly connect the USB memory with the multimedia
A USB which is not a Metal Cover Type USB
●
Use a standard USB Memory.
Use a standard USB Memory.
terminal on the vehicle.
● Memory is being used.
●
A HDD type, CF, SD Memory is being used.
●
●
There are no music files which can be played.
● The iPod is not
●
There are no titles which can be played.
●
Use iTunes to download and save MP3 files into the iPod.
recognized even though
● The iPod firmware version has not been
●
Use iTunes to update the firmware version and reconnect the
properly updated.
iPod with the device.
The iPod device does not recognize
●
Only MP3,WMA file formats are supported. Please use only
the supported music file formats.
it has been connected.
● downloads.
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Reset the iPod and reconnect with the device.
PART 7
Table of contents
PART 7 INDEX
INDEX……………………………………………………………… 112
PART
7 INDEX
PART 7. Table of contents
111
INDEX
PART 7
INDEX
By contact list……………………………………………………… 79
Connecting an AUX media device… ……………… 59
By dialing a number…………………………………………… 79
Connecting your iPod device…………………………… 52
A
by Folders, Artists, Albums, Genres Songs,
Connecting your USB device………………………… 47
About iPod…………………………………………………………… 52
Composers…
About Rear View Camera
By name
………………………………
106
………………………………………………………
49
Connecting your zune device… ……………………… 56
… ……………………………………………………………
82
Contact list…………………………………………………………… 81
About zune…………………………………………………………… 56
By number…………………………………………………………… 83
Contacts Sync…
Adding Favorites………………………………………………… 64
By recent calls…
Control Panel… …………………………………………………… 10
Adjusting Voice Command Volume… …………… 95
By Songs, Genres, Albums, Artists,
Answering an incoming call
Playlists
………………………………
78
…………………………………………………
80
……
38
58
C
………………
43, 50
Copying the current song… ………………………… 43, 50
Call waiting…………………………………………………………… 78
AUX MODE
Cautions upon handling Audio CDs
59
Copying songs into JUKEBOX…
Copying songs from list… …………………………… 44, 51
Automatic Brightness Control… ……………………… 20
… ………………………………………………………
88
Controls and Features… …………………………………… 10
… ……………………………………………………………
AUDIO CD MODE……………………………………………… 36
AUDIO CD Mode Screen and Features…
…………………………………………………
… ……………
Creating a Voice Profile… ………………………………… 96
36
Cautions upon handling MP3 CD…………………… 40
D
Cautions upon handling USB MP3………………… 45
Deleting a paired handset device…………………… 73
Changing passkey……………………………………………… 89
Deleting a Voice Profile… ………………………………… 98
Checking an SMS message
85
Deleting all files…………………………………………………… 67
Before thinking the product has
Checking missed calls… …………………………………… 84
Deleting JUKEBOX… ………………………………………… 66
malfunctioned…………………………………………………… 108
Checking System Information… ……………………… 66
Display Settings… ……………………………………………… 20
BT AUDIO MODE……………………………………………… 60
Command List - Audio Commands……………… 100
Downloading contact list
BT Mode Screen and Features
Command List - General Commands
(from mobile phone)……………………………………… 81, 85
AUX Mode Screen…………………………………………… 59
B
Basic Features
… …………………………………………………
… ……………………
14
60
by Artists, Albums, Genres, Songs
Composers…
…………………………………………………
42, 64
… …………………………
… …………
99
Command List - Phone Commands… ………… 103
Downloading SMS messages
Common Features…………………………………………… 34
(from mobile phone)…………………………………………… 85
By Artists, Albums, Genres, Songs, Podcasts,
Conditions for voice command system… ……… 92
Composers, Audiobooks…
Connecting a handset device… ……………………… 74
112
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………………………………
54
E
JUKEBOX Mode Screen and Features………… 62
O
Editing Custom Messages… …………………………… 85
Jump……………………………………………………………………… 35
Operating Voice Command……………………………… 93
Explore CD………………………………………………………… 43
L
P
Explore USB
Listening to an Audio CD
Ejecting a Disc… ………………………………………………… 38
…………………………………………………………
49
F
FADER/BALANCE…
FCC Information
…………………………………………
17
……………………………………………………
7
39
Pairing a Bluetooth wireless technology
Ⓡ
Listening to an MP3 CD… ………………………………… 41
enabled device for the first time……………………… 72
Listening to AUX media… ………………………………… 59
Pairing your handset device to the handsfree
Listening to HD Radio Stations(Optional)… …… 29
system…………………………………………………………………… 72
Listening to JUKEBOX
Phone Mode Screens and Features……………… 76
TM
………………………………………
63
wireless technology enabled device……………… 61
Placing a call… …………………………………………………… 79
FM/AM Mode Screens and Features… ………… 26
Listening to the FM/AM radio…………………………… 27
Play/Pause…………………………………………………………… 34
FM/AM Radio
Listening to the SIRIUS radio
30
Playing Favorites………………………………………………… 65
……………………………………………………
100
… ………………………
Listening to USB music… ………………………………… 48
Power Bass (Optional)……………………………………… 19
I
Listening to your iPod………………………………………… 53
Precautions upon handling USB… ………………… 46
INDEX………………………………………………………………… 112
Listening to your zune… …………………………………… 57
Preset Scan… ……………………………………………………… 29
Inserting a Disc…………………………………………………… 38
M
R
Inserting/Ejecting a Disc…………………………………… 38
Manual Brightness Control… …………………………… 20
Rejecting an incoming call…
iPod MODE… ……………………………………………………… 52
MEDIA………………………………………………………………… 101
Resetting and Initializing UVO system…
iPod Mode Screen and Features
MEDIA MODE
Initializing the system
…………………………………………
… …………………
16
53
J
JUKEBOX… ……………………………………………………… 102
JUKEBOX MODE
… ……………………………………………
……………………………
78
………
15
…………………………………………
……………………………………………………………
Resetting the system
15
Memory Management… …………………………………… 66
REW/FF…
34
MP3 CD MODE…
REW/FF a song… ……………………………………………… 61
… …………………………………………………
………………………………………………
34
40
MP3 CD Mode Screen and Features… ………… 41
62
PART 7 . INDEX
113
7 INDEX
Listening to music from your Bluetooth
Phone settings… ………………………………………………… 87
FM/AM MODE… ………………………………………………… 26
Ⓡ
PART
first time………………………………………………………………… 72
… ………………………………
PART 7
INDEX
S
Selecting through Track Up/Down… ……………… 39
T
Safety Precautions … …………………………………………… 8
Selecting USB music………………………………………… 48
TONE… ………………………………………………………………… 18
Safety Symbols … ………………………………………………… 7
Selecting zune music………………………………………… 57
Touch Screen Beep…………………………………………… 18
Scanning FM/AM broadcast frequencies……… 29
Sending an SMS message (Custom
Trademark……………………………………………………… 52, 56
Searching your contacts
Messages)
……………………………………
82
……………………………………………………………
85
Transferring a call on your Handset device to
Select Display Language… ……………………………… 15
Setting Brightness……………………………………………… 20
handsfree……………………………………………………………… 86
Selecting a broadcast frequency… ………………… 27
Setting Phone Volume……………………………………… 87
Transferring the handsfree call to your Handset
Selecting a CD track… ……………………………………… 39
Setting Priority…
74
device… ………………………………………………………………… 86
Selecting a JUKEBOX song
SIRIUS
100
Troubleshooting… …………………………………………… 109
Selecting a Previous Voice Profile… ……………… 97
SIRIUS MODE… ………………………………………………… 30
Turn Streaming Audio On and Off… ……………… 87
Selecting a SIRIUS channel… ………………………… 30
SIRIUS Mode Screen and Features……………… 30
Turn Text Scroll On and Off…
Selecting a song… ……………………………………………… 61
Smart driving practices……………………………………… 71
Turning Command Feedback On and Off… … 94
Selecting an MP3 CD song……………………………… 42
SMS… ……………………………………………………………… 85, 59
Turning Display On and Off……………………………… 21
Selecting from MP3 list……………………………………… 42
Sound and Display Settings… ………………………… 17
Turning System Power Off… …………………………… 14
Selecting from the playlist
Sound Settings…………………………………………………… 17
Turning System Power On… …………………………… 14
… …………………………
63
…………………………………………………
… ……………………………………………………………
……………………
22, 93
49, 54, 57, 63
Speaker Adaptation…………………………………………… 96
Selecting iPod music… ……………………………………… 54
Speed Dependent Volume Control………………… 18
U
Selecting through channel search… ……………… 31
Steering Wheel…………………………………………………… 12
USB MODE… ……………………………………………………… 45
Selecting through manual search
Storing preset……………………………………………………… 33
USB Mode Screen and Features…………………… 47
Storing presets… ………………………………………………… 28
Using Repeat… …………………………………………………… 35
Switching the call between handsfree and
Using Shuffle… …………………………………………………… 35
……………………………………………………………
………………………………
28, 31, 39, 42, 48, 54, 57, 63
Selecting through preset
………………………………
28, 31
Selecting through SEEK……………………………… 27, 30
handset device… ………………………………………………… 86
Using Skip… ………………………………………………………… 32
Selecting through SIRIUS category list… ……… 32
System Power…
Using the phone features… ……………………………… 76
Selecting through song Up/Down
……………………………………………………
114
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42, 48, 54, 57, 63
…………………………………………………
14
Using your Bluetooth wireless technology
Ⓡ
Handsfree system……………………………………………… 70
V
Viewing FM/AM Station information… …………… 29
Viewing SIRIUS channel information… ………… 33
Viewing song information
……………………………………………………………
43, 50, 55, 58
Voice Command Help… …………………………………… 93
Voice Command List… ……………………………………… 99
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7 INDEX
When a mobile phone is connected… …………… 76
When making a call…………………………………………… 76
When on a call… ………………………………………………… 77
When receiving an incoming call… ………………… 77
Z
zune MODE………………………………………………………… 56
zune Mode Screen and Features…………………… 56
PART 7 . INDEX
115
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