Audiovox SRSIR-001 Specifications

SATELLITE DIGITAL AUDIO
CONTROL AND
RECEIVER SYSTEM
® SATELLITE RECEIVER
SYSTEM MODEL SRSIR-001
and
MODEL SRSIR-001FM
OWNER'S
MANU
AL
MANUAL
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Released: 06-03-02.
CONTENTS
How To Subscribe to SIRIUS® Radio
Trademarks ...................................................................................... 2
How to Subscribe to SIRIUS® Radio ................................................ 2
Introduction ........................................................................................ 2
How the System Operates ................................................................. 2
Satellite System Control Unit (SCU) ................................................... 3
Satellite Radio Receiver Unit (RRU) .................................................. 4
Satellite Radio RF Modulator ............................................................. 4
Functional Operation ......................................................................... 5
Powering Up the System ............................................................ 5
Displaying the Identification (ID) Code ........................................ 5
Selecting a Satellite Channel ...................................................... 5
Using the Up/Down Buttons .................................................... 6
Selecting Channel Categories or Groups ................................ 6
Directly Accessing a Channel ................................................. 7
Confirmation Tone(s) Function.................................................. .... 7
Presetting a Desired Channel ................................................ 7
Special Functions Using the Shift Button .................................... 8
Direct FM Frequency Selection ............................................... 8
System Default Shift Code ...................................................... 8
LCD Contrast Shift Code ......................................................... 8
LCD Backlight Dimming Shift Code ......................................... 9
Button Confirmation Tone Shift Codes .................................... 9
LCD Backlight Color Shift Codes ........................................... 9
Scan Set Shift Codes ............................................................. 9
Channel/Category/ Selection Shift Codes .............................. 9
Channel Skip Shift Code ......................................................... 9
Display Messages ............................................................................. 9
Troubleshooting Considerations................................................................10
Specifications...................................................................................................10
Warranty.............................................................................................................11
Listeners can subscribe by visiting SIRIUS® on the Web at
www.sirius.com, or you may contact SIRIUS® Customer Care 24 hours
a day, 7 days a week, by calling (888) 539-7474, by e-mail at:
customercare@sirius-radio.com or by writing to:
Sirius Satellite Radio
1221 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10020
Attention: Customer Care
Customers should have their Radio ID ready; for details, see
DISPLAYING THE IDENTIFICATION (ID) CODE.
Introduction
SIRIUS® Satellite Radio is a new and exciting audio experience on your
radio dial; it provides you with digital audio programming at the touch of
a button. By using two geostationary satellites, SIRIUS® Radio provides
digital quality sound, with a choice of 100 channels of diverse programming, including music, news, history, sports, and talk.
To make this system available to the motoring public, Audiovox has
engineered a state-of-the-art SIRIUS® Satellite Radio System, consisting of a Satellite Antenna (purchased separately), a Satellite Radio Receiver Unit (RRU), a Satellite Radio FM Switching Box, a Satellite System
Control Unit (SCU) and an optional wireless remote control. By using the
FM section of any car stereo system, the RF signal information is demodulated and produces the audio output to your existing stereo system speakers. Since SIRIUS® Satellite Radio will operate through the
FM stereo system, adjustment of the audio functions (volume, tone,
balance, etc.) is made by using the controls on the car radio, while
selection of the desired audio channel is made using the Satellite System Control Unit (SCU).
Trademarks
How the System Operates
SIRIUS® is a registered trademark of SIRIUS® Satellite Radio. All Rights
Reserved. www.sirius.com
Other product names mentioned in this manual may be trademarks
or registered trademarks of their respective companies and are hereby
acknowledged.
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Control of system functions is achieved by the wired SCU, which can be
conveniently mounted to the dashboard in a number of configurations. In
addition, an optional wireless remote (Audiovox P/N SAT-RC) to control
SCU functions is also available. The SIRIUS® Satellite Radio signals
are received by the antenna and are routed to the RRU, whose RF output
is supplied to the FM Switching Box.
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The FM Switching Box, in turn, is capable of transmitting on seven (7) FM
frequencies; namely, 88.1MHz, 88.3MHz, 88.5MHz, 88.7MHz, 88.9MHz,
89.1MHz and 89.3MHz.
The frequency is selected using the FM band of the existing vehicle radio.
(The default FM frequency is 88.5MHz.) Select the FM frequency having
the least noise or static, and then use the SCU to choose the SIRIUS®
channel for your listening pleasure.
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FM SWITCHING BOX ASSY
(used with RRU / SRSIR-001FM only)
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Figure 2. Satellite System Control Unit (SCU)
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Figure 1. SIRIUS® Satellite Receiver System
SATELLITE SYSTEM CONTROL UNIT (SCU)
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The SCU provides for complete control of the system by means of its
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) and associated function buttons.
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Liquid Crystal Display (LCD): Presents a display of various broadcast, song title, performer(s), advisory/error messages, etc.
Down Directional (W) Button: When momentarily pressed and released, the channel number will decrease with each press; when pressed
and held, the channel number will decrease continuously. Release the
button when the desired channel number is displayed. When used in
conjunction with the Shift (SFT) button, the MUTE function is enabled.
(See Mute Function Button section below)
Keypad Buttons 0-9: These buttons are used to directly enter a desired
channel number. Momentarily press the Shift (SFT) button followed by
the desired channel number then the Shift (SFT) Button. They are also
used when entering and recalling preset channel numbers into memory.
Up Directional (X) Button: When momentarily pressed and released,
the channel number will increase with each press; when pressed and
held, the channel number will increase continuously. Release the button
when the desired channel number is displayed. When used in conjunction with the Shift (SFT) button, the SCAN function is enabled. (Refer
Mute Function Button section)
Infrared Detector: Provides detection of the infrared control signal
transmitted by an optional wireless remote control unit (P/N SATRC) for remote operation. Make sure no obstructions are blocking the
signal path.
Shift (SFT) Button: When momentarily pressed, this button provides access to additional functions, such as audio MUTE, Channel
SCAN, Direct Channel Access, Category Select, Parental Lock-Out
etc.
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SATELLITE RADIO RECEIVER (RRU)
When pressed and held, this button allows you to switch between pre-set
channel groups 1 and 2.
Power On/Off (
) Button: Press this button to apply power to the
Satellite Radio Receiver system. The associated radio must be turned on
and off separately using its power switch.
This button is also used to back light the number keys when the system is
on. To do so, momentarily pressed and release the Power On/Off Button.
The back lighting will last for 10 seconds.
Mute Function Button: Momentarily press the shift (SFT) button;
then press and hold the down directional (W) button to enable the audio
mute function. When enabled, the audio program is muted and the Mute
icon (
) appears in the lower right corner of the SCU display. Press
any button to exit the mute function.
Scan Functions:
Scanning All Channels – [enter code (SFT)+0+9+6+0+(SFT)] Momentarily press the Shift (SFT) button; then press and hold either directional button (WX) for 2 seconds to enable the Channel Scan function.
When enabled, each channel is scanned in the either direction for 10 seconds before moving on to the next active channel. This permits channel
preview or introductory sampling of channel programming. The channel
(CH) icon on the SCU screen will appear in reverse image (white-onblack) format. Press any button to exit the Scan function.
Scanning Preset Channels - [enter code (SFT)+0+9+6+1+(SFT)] This
function works in the same way as the Scanning All Channels mode,
except this mode will only scan the preset channels. You can configure up
to 20 preset channels (two groups of 10 channels, upper and lower).
Preset channel being previewed are displayed in the lower right corner. A
black number on white background indicates that it is part of the lower
group of channels and a White number on a Black background indicates
that it is part of the upper group. When scanning these channels an indicator will appear in the right corner of the screen.
·
(SR1) = Lower Preset Channel Group (first 10 channels)
·
(SR2) = Upper Preset Channel Group (next 10 channels)
To switch between the two groups of preset channels press and hold the
Shift (SFT) button for 2 seconds until a tone is heard indicating the switch
was made.
The RRU is a central data-receiving unit, which is required to process
the satellite signals received by the externally mounted antenna
(purchased separately). The RRU contains the processing logic needed
to recognize, decode the incoming SIRIUS® program information and
then distribute a recognizable RF signal to the FM Switching Box.
NOTE: The SIRIUS® signal can be received and processed virtually
anywhere as long as there are no obvious Satellite Signal Obstructions
such as some parking garages, tunnels, tall structures and mountains
as illustrated in Figure A Possible Satellite Signal Obstructions.
The RRU is typically installed under the seat or in the trunk/rear of the
vehicle.
SATELLITE RADIO RF MODULATOR
The RF Modulator receives the satellite RF signals from the RRU and
provides the necessary FM pass-band logic to recognize and pass these
signals on to your existing vehicle’s FM stereo system. So, when your
radio is tuned to one of the FM frequencies between 88.1MHz and
89.3MHz, you can enjoy SIRIUS® programming. The FM Switching Box is
typically mounted behind or under the dashboard.
Unobstructed Satellite Signal
Satellite Signal Blocked by
High Terrain
Satellite Signal Blocked
by Tall Structures
Satellite Signal Blocked by
Tunnels and Underpasses
Figure 3. Possible Satellite Signal Obstructions
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Functional Operation
Functional operation of the system is controlled by the buttons on the
SCU; i.e., the sequence in which they are pressed and the length of time
button activation occurs.
DISPLAYING THE IDENTIFICATION (ID) CODE
POWERING UP THE SYSTEM
Once the system is installed you must first subscribe to the SIRIUS®
Radio service to activate the system. The SIRIUS® Radio service uses
an ID code to identify your radio. This code is needed to subscribe to
SIRIUS® Radio, and if needed, is also used to report any problems
should there be any in the future.
To display the radio ID code, proceed as follows:
1. To display the ID Code enter SFT+0+SFT
2. Make a note of your radio ID Nunber
3. Contact SIRIUS® Radio on the web, or by phone, to
subscribe to the service.
After the system has been properly installed it can be powered on in the
following manner:
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After the correct frequency is identified and entered into the radio’s memory,
the SCU will display the preview channel (CH184) if the SIRIUS® service
is being activated for the first time (see DISPLAYING THE IDENTIFICA
TION (ID) CODE). If the SIRIUS® service was previously activated, the
SCU will return to the SIRIUS® channel used when the system was last
turned off.
Apply power to the vehicle’s radio.
Apply power to the Satellite System Control Unit SCU by
momentarily pressing (2 seconds) the Power On/Off button ( );
the SIRIUS® logo will appear and then slowly fade out.
Tune the vehicle’s radio to a selected FM frequency between
88.1MHz and 89.3MHz. If you are not sure which frequency to select,
use the radio’s SEEK, SCAN or TUNE function to scroll through the
frequencies until the satellite signal is played through the speakers.
NOTE: The default FM frequency is 88.5MHz.
Enter this frequency into memory using one of the preset buttons on the
vehicle’s radio; make note of the FM band and preset number.
Figure 5. SIRIUS® ID Code
SELECTING A SATELLITE CHANNEL
Selecting a satellite channels can be accomplished in four ways;
1. Scrolling channel-by-channel
2. Selecting a group or category of channels
3. Scrolling and Selecting a Preset channel
4. Direct channel access.
The following subsections describe the procedure for each of the options.
NOTE: If the SIRIUS® signal reception appears to be noisy or contains
audible background static, try switch to another FM frequency.
Refer to Direct FM Frequency Selection for details on how to select
another FM frequency.
Figure 4. The SIRIUS® Logo Appears-and-Satellite Program is
Loaded
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Confirmation Tone(s) Function
A typical channel display will appear as shown below.
ARTIST
The 80's
CHANNEL
NUMBER
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The J Rebal Band
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I Don't Work Here Anymore
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CH 008
Decades
ROCK
SONG TITLE
There are three basic functions of this feature; the Command Confirmation Tone, the Station Pre-Set Program Confirmation Tones and the InProcess or Busy Tone. The following is a description of each of these
functions:
PRESET GROUP INDICATOR
SR1 -or - SR2
CHANNEL LABEL
AUDIO OX
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SFT
CATEGORY (only in category Mode)
2.
PRESET CHANNEL
Figure 6. Sample SIRIUS® Display
USING THE UP/DOWN BUTTONS
This section describes two ways the Up (W) and Down (X) directional
buttons are used to select an SIRIUS® channel. Proceed as follows:
1. To advance one channel at a time in the chosen direction (Up or
Down), momentarily press and release either directional
button (WX) until a desired channel is reached.
NOTE: A low tone busy signal may be heard if the directional buttons are
pressed too quickly indicating that the system has not yet completed the
previous command to advance. See Confirmation Tone(s) Function.
2. To advance rapidly in the chosen direction (Up or Down), press
and hold either directional button (WX). Release the directional
button when a desired channel is reached.
MOMENTARY PRESS:
ADVANCE DOWNWARD
ONE CHANNEL AT A
TIME
PRESS AND HOLD:
CONTINUOUS ADVANCE
DOWNWARD
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The Techs
7
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Oh Baby Oh Baby
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CH 020
Hits
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20 on 20
AUDIO OX
SFT
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Command Confirmation Tone - This function utilizes a single High
Tone signal that is heard each time a button is pressed to confirm that the
command was executed. This tone is implemented each time the user
WX
presses the Power, Mute, Scan, Shift or Directional (WX
WX) button (s) as
well as for each of the numbered buttons.
Station Pre-Set Program Confirmation Tones - This function utilizes
two High Tone signals that are heard each time the user programs a Pre-Set
channel. When the user enters a channel into memory (Refer to Presetting
A Desired Channel below) a High Tone will be heard as the selected number
button is pressed and held. A second High Tone Signal is heard confirming
that the Pre-Set command was executed. It is only after the second tone
that the user can release the button (approximately two seconds).
In-Process or Busy Tone - This function utilizes a single Low Tone
signal. This low tone signal is heard only when the user presses a button too
quickly following the activation of another button. In short, pressing two
different buttons or the same button too quickly will negate the desired
function and a low tone signal will be heard. In this case wait several
seconds and re-enter the desired command.
DIRECTLY ACCESSING A CHANNEL
This section describes the procedure used to directly access a specific
channel, proceed as follows:
1. With the system powered up, momentarily press the Shift (SFT)
button causing the first channel number in the current category to flash for
5 seconds.
2. While the number is flashing, use the number buttons on the keypad to
enter the desired channel. The selected channel number will flash for
5 seconds and then remain steady.
NOTE: If the selected channel is not available, (---) will appear on the
display and the system will remain tuned to the previous channel.
MOMENTARY PRESS:
ADVANCE UPWARD ONE
CHANNEL AT A TIME
PRESS AND HOLD:
CONTINUOUS ADVANCE
UPWARD
Figure 7. Using the UP / Down Buttons
NOTE: When an invalid (no broadcast) channel is encountered, the
channel is automatically skipped.
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The Techs
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Oh Baby Oh Baby
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CH 020
Hits
AUDIO OX
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PRESS KEYPAD BUTTONS
TO SELECT DESIRED
CHANNEL
category, the channel tuning will automatically wrap around from the lastto the
first channel in that category or vice-versa. When a new category is chosen,
the radio will automatically select the first channel in that category.
NOTE: If a directional button is Pressed and Held channels will begin to scroll
in numerical sequence through all categories until the button is released.
This navigation mode will continue to function in the same manner in the new
category. The user must exit this mode before attempting to perform any other
function. To exit this mode, enter Shift (SFT) 0980 Shift (SFT).
SFT
CHANNEL NUMBER
FLASHES
PRESS THE SHIFT
BUTTON
Figure 8. Accessing Channels
PRESETTING DESIRED CHANNELS
SELECTING CHANNEL CATEGORIES (only in Category Mode)
This section describes how to preset up to 20 channels on your SCU
(two groups of 10 channels, upper and lower) for rapid and easy access.
Proceed as follows:
1. Select the desired channel you wish to save in memory by using the
WX
directional buttons (WX
WX), direct access method, or category select tuning
method.
2. With the desired channel displayed, press and hold any one of the numbered
keypad buttons for until the confirmation tone (or second tone) is heard
(Refer to Confirmation Tone(s)Function). Continue with this process until
the first group of 10 preset channels is loaded (lower group).
This section describes the procedure used to select a specific group or
category of entertainment, proceed as follows:
1. With the system powered up, momentarily press the Shift (SFT) button causing the first channel number in the current category to flash for
5 seconds.
2. While the number is flashing, momentarily press and release either direcWX
tional button (WX
WX) a desired category is reached. The category will
advance one at a time and will also flash for 5 seconds. If no further
advance is made, the flashing will stop and the category will then remain
steady.
3. To advance rapidly in the chosen direction (Up or Down) and while the
channel number is flashing, momentarily press and release either direcWX
tional button (WX
WX) in a rapid manner. Release the directional button
when a desired channel is reached.
NOTE: A low tone busy signal may be heard if the directional buttons are
pressed too quickly indicating that the system has not yet completed the
previous command to advance. Refer to Confirmation Tone(s) Function.
20 on 20
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3
4
5
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The Techs
7
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Oh Baby Oh Baby
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CH 020
Hits
AUDIO OX
CAT E G O RY/
GROUP NUMBER
FLASHES
3. To program the second group of 10 preset channels (upper group) press and
Hold the Shift (SFT) button for 2 seconds until a tone is heard. By doing this
you have entered the second bank (upper group) and the SCU is ready to
accept an additional group of 10 channels into memory.
4. Select the desired channel you wish to save in memory by using the
WX
WX), direct access method, or category select tuning
directional buttons (WX
method.
5. With the desired channel displayed, press and hold any one of the numbered
keypad buttons for until the confirmation tone (or second tone) is heard.
Continue with this process until the second group of 10 preset channels is
loaded (upper group).
PRESS DOWN BUTTON TO
ADVANCE TO NEXT
LOWER CATEGORY
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SFT
CAT E G O R Y /
GROUP
NOTE: There is a preset channel group indicator icon located in the top right
corner of the SCU display. This is used to determine which group you are in.
· (SR1) = Lower Preset Channel Group (first 10 channels)
· (SR2) = Upper Preset Channel Group (next 10 channels)
PRESS
SHIFT
PRESS UP BUTTON TO
ADVANCE TO NEXT
HIGHER CATEGORY
Figure 9. Sellecting Channel Categories
Each category or group is assigned a sequential block of channels. To
navigate within a category, enter Shift (SFT) 0981 Shift (SFT). This
modewill allow the user to switch between channels within a chosen
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Preset channels being previewed are displayed in the lower right corner. A black
number on white background indicates that it is part of the lower group of channels and a White number on a Black background indicates that it is part of the
upper group.
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DIRECT FM FREQUENCY SELECTION
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS USING THE SHIFT BUTTON
The selection of a specific FM frequency can be directly accessed using the appropriate code; these codes are presented as follows:
There are a number of user preference functions that can be adjusted
simply by using the Shift (SFT) button with a specific number code. These
functions are explained in the following paragraphs.
In general, a shift/code is entered in the following manner:
SFT
0
9
SFT
, where:
(SFT) represents Shift button
activation and XX represents the
specific function code. (The 4-digit
code always starts with 09.)
4. Repeat the procedure in steps 2 and 3 to save nine other desirable
channels for quick access.
The Joint
1
2
3
4
5
6
Khrisp
7
8
Oh Baby Oh Baby
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CH 101
World 6
AUDIO OX
SELECT THE
DESIRED CHANNEL
9
SFT
CODE
SEL ECTION
CODE
SEL ECTION
21
88.1MHz
25
88.9MHz
22
88.3MHz
26
89.1MHz
23
88.5MHz
27
89.3MHz
24
88.7MHz
Figure 11. Modulator Frequency Codes
NOTE: The default frequency is 88.5MHz
PRESS AND HOLD
ANY NUMBER BUTTON
(0-9) TO COMMIT THE
CHANNEL TO PRESET
MEMORY
SYSTEM DEFAULT SHIFT CODE
Defaults refer to the settings that are entered at the factory. When code 31
is entered, the system is reset to the following defaults:
1. All channel presets cancel and revert to channel 184.
2. The LCD backlighting reverts to Green
3. Button confirmation tone is turned on.
4. All channels that were previously Locked Out or Skipped are reinstated
THE PRESET MEMORY
LOCATION APPEARS
HERE
LCD CONTRAST SHIFT CODE
To change the LCD contrast:
1. Enter code 35.
2. Use the Up and Down directional buttons to increase or decrease
display contrast, respectively.
3. Press the SFT button to exit LCD contrast mode.
Figure 10. Setting Preset Channels
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CHANNEL SKIP SHIFT CODE
LCD BACKLIGHT DIMMING SHIFT CODE
If you wish to prevent acquisition of a particular channel during the channel selection process:
1. Recover Skipped Channels----90: Regain access to the channel by using
the direct selection method to select the skipped channel; then enter code
90. (SFT+090+SFT) NOTE: This function can only be selected when
directly accessing the channel(s) to be skipped.
2. Skip Channel----91: The channel will be skipped over during
channel selection. (SFT+091+SFT)
3. Current Channel Parental Lock Out----92: Lock Out the current
channel so that it may only be accessed with a chosen password.
(SFT+092+SFT) NOTE: This function can only be sellected when
directly accessing the channel(s)to be locked out.
4. Parental Lock Out Security Code Change----93: This code allows
the user to change the Lock Out Security Code . (SFT+093+SFT)
5. Release Parental Lock Out----94: This code is used to Release the
current Locked channel. (SFT+094+SFT)
6. Initialize Security Code ----98: This code is used to set and use a
security code (password) into memory.(SFT+098+SFT) When this code is
entered, “ENTER MASTER CODE” will be displayed.
To enable the LCD backlight dimming feature:
1. Enter shift code 36.
2. Use the Up and Down directional buttons to increase or
decrease display dimming, respectively.
3. Press the SFT button to exit LCD backlight dimming mode.
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BUTTON CONFIRMATION TONE SHIFT CODE
Normally, a beep confirmation tone is heard each time a button is pressed
on the SCU. To silence this confirmation tone:
1. Enter code 40.
2. To turn the beep tone on again, enter code 41.
LCD BACKLIGHT COLOR SHIFT CODES
The backlight color for the LCD display can be either Green or Amber; to
select the desired color, enter one of the following codes:
1. Green------51
2. Amber----52
SCAN SET SHIFT CODES
NOTE:
To invoke the Scanning mode of Normal Preset or Normal Non-Preset
channels (in Normal mode only):
1. Normal Channel Scan-----60: Operation in normal mode, whereby
channels can be scanned in sequential order, up or down.
2. Preset Channel Scan------61: Operation in this mode makes channel
scanning possible only within the same category or group.
DEFAULT SECURITY CODE = 0000
SYSTEM MASTER CODE = 1234
DISPLAY MESSAGES
When problems are encountered during SIRIUS® system operation, a
message may appear on the display. The following table outlines the
most common problems and provides a probable cause(s) for each and
a suggested corrective action(s) to restore normal operation.
CHANNEL/CATEGORY SELECTION SHIFT CODES
To invoke the Channel(Normal)/Category selection mode:
1. Normal (SIRIUS Default Mode)-----80: Operation in normal mode,
whereby channels can be selected in sequential order, up or down.
“SIRIUS” Will be displayed in the lower portion of the LCD Screen.
2. Category------81: Operation in this mode makes channel changing
possible only within the same category or group.
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Troubleshooting Considerations
Specifications
The following table presents a few possible causes of system operating
faults, their probable causes and the remedial action suggested to restore the system to normal operating conditions.
GENERAL
Power Source
Max. Current Consumption
Dimensions:
Satellite System Control
Unit (SCU)
Satellite Radio Receiver
Unit (RRU)
Troubleshooting Considerations
Weight:
Satellite System Control
Unit (SCU)
Satellite Radio Receiver
Unit (RRU)
RRU
Frequency Range
Usable Sensitivity:
Satellite
Terrestrial
AUDIO
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Separation
12 Vdc, Negative Ground
1.2 A
133mmL x21.0 mm W x 47.5 mmH
(5.24”) x (0.83”) x (1.87”)
170mmL x 114.9 mm W x 30.5mmH
(6.7”) x (4.5”) x (1.03”)
9.5 Oz (0.269Kg)
23.0 Oz (0.652Kg)
2,322.293 - 2,330.207MHz
-94.0 dBm
-90.0 dBm
92 dB (IHF-A Network)
75 dB
FM Switching Box (For SRSIR-001FM)
Usable Frequencies
88.1MHz, 88.3MHz, 88.5MHz,
88.7MHz, 88.9MHz, 89.1MHz,
89.3MHz
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ELEC T R O N IC S C O R P .
36 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY
AUDIOVOX CORPORATION (the Company) warrants to the original retail purchaser of this product that should this product or any part thereof,
under normal use and conditions, be proven defective in material or workmanship within 36 months from the date of original purchase, such
defect(s) will be repaired or replaced with new or reconditioned product (at the Company's option) without charge for parts and repair labor.
To obtain repair or replacement within the terms of this Warranty, the product is to be delivered with proof of warranty coverage (e.g. dated
bill of sale), specification of defect(s), transportation prepaid, to an approved warranty station or the Company at the address shown below.
This Warranty does not extend to the elimination of externally generated static or noise, to correction of antenna problems, to costs incurred
for installation, removal or reinstallation of the product, or to damage to tapes, compact discs, speakers, accessories, or vehicle electrical
systems.
This Warranty does not apply to any product or part thereof which, in the opinion of the Company, has suffered or been damaged through
alteration, improper installation, mishandling, misuse, neglect, accident, or by removal or defacement of the factory serial number/bar code
label(s). THE EXTENT OF THE COMPANY'S LIABILITY UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT
PROVIDED ABOVE AND, IN NO EVENT, SHALL THE COMPANY'S LIABILITY EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID BY PURCHASER
FOR THE PRODUCT.
This Warranty is in lieu of all other express warranties or liabilities. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY
OF MERCHANTABILITY, SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY. ANY ACTION FOR BREACH OF ANY
WARRANTY HEREUNDER INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY MUST BE BROUGHT WITHIN A PERIOD OF
48 MONTHS FROM DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE. IN NO CASE SHALL THE COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR
INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF THIS OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WHATSOEVER. No person or
representative is authorized to assume for the Company any liability other than expressed herein in connection with the sale of this product.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damage
so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This Warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
U.S.A. : AUDIOVOX CORPORATION, 150 MARCUS BLVD., HAUPPAUGE, NEW YORK 11788 z 1-800-645-4994
CANADA : CALL 1-800-645-4994 FOR LOCATION OF WARRANTY STATION SERVING YOUR AREA
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