PHONES
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ICQ
294-0-130
597-0-130
SKYPE
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1. FEATURES ............................................................................................................................. 2
2. CONTROLS ............................................................................................................................ 3
MAIN UNIT .............................................................................................................................. 3
3. NOMENCLATURE .................................................................................................................. 4
Names of the Keys and Their Functions ................................................................................. 4
Slider's Key Operation ............................................................................................................ 5
Display Items ........................................................................................................................... 6
OEL Display ............................................................................................................................. 6
4. PRECAUTIONS ...................................................................................................................... 7
5. REMOTE CONTROL .............................................................................................................. 8
Inserting the Battery ................................................................................................................. 8
Functions of Remote Control Unit Buttons .............................................................................. 9
6. OPERATIONS ....................................................................................................................... 10
Basic Operations ................................................................................................................... 10
Radio Mode Operations ........................................................................................................ 15
USB Operations .................................................................................................................... 17
iPod Operations ..................................................................................................................... 21
Satelite Radio Operations ..................................................................................................... 25
Common Operations ............................................................................................................. 27
7. TROUBLESHOOTING .......................................................................................................... 31
8. ERROR DISPLAYS .............................................................................................................. 32
9. SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................ 33
USB/MP3/WMA/AAC RECEIVER / CeNET CONTROL
RÉCEPTEUR USB/MP3/WMA/AAC / CONTRÔLE CeNET
RECEPTOR USB/MP3/WMA/AAC / CONTROL CeNET
1. FEATURES
OEL Display and Touch Sensor Operation.
BBE MP for compressed Audio Improvement.
USB Direct Connection for iPod ® .
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CLARION PRODUCT REGISTRATION INFORMATION
For USA and Canada only
Dear Customer:
Congratulations on your purchase of a Clarion mobile electronic products. We are confident that
you’ll enjoy your Clarion experience.
There are many benefits to registering your product. We invite you to visit our website at
www.clarion.com to register your Clarion product.
We have made product registration simple with our easy to use website. The registration form is
short and easy to complete. Once you’re registered, we can keep you informed of important product
information.
Owner’s manual
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Istruzioni per l’uso
Register at www.clarion.com - it’s easy to keep your Clarion product up to date.
Contents
1. FEATURES ............................................................................................................................. 2
2. CONTROLS ............................................................................................................................ 3
MAIN UNIT .............................................................................................................................. 3
3. NOMENCLATURE .................................................................................................................. 4
Names of the Keys and Their Functions ................................................................................. 4
Slider's Key Operation ............................................................................................................ 5
Display Items ........................................................................................................................... 6
OEL Display ............................................................................................................................. 6
4. PRECAUTIONS ...................................................................................................................... 7
5. REMOTE CONTROL .............................................................................................................. 8
Inserting the Battery ................................................................................................................. 8
Functions of Remote Control Unit Buttons .............................................................................. 9
6. OPERATIONS ....................................................................................................................... 10
Basic Operations ................................................................................................................... 10
Radio Mode Operations ........................................................................................................ 15
USB Operations .................................................................................................................... 17
iPod Operations ..................................................................................................................... 21
Satelite Radio Operations ..................................................................................................... 25
Common Operations ............................................................................................................. 27
7. TROUBLESHOOTING .......................................................................................................... 31
8. ERROR DISPLAYS .............................................................................................................. 32
9. SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................ 33
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USB/MP3/WMA/AAC RECEIVER / CeNET CONTROL
RÉCEPTEUR USB/MP3/WMA/AAC / CONTRÔLE CeNET
RECEPTOR USB/MP3/WMA/AAC / CONTROL CeNET
1. FEATURES
OEL Display and Touch Sensor Operation.
BBE MP for compressed Audio Improvement.
USB Direct Connection for iPod ® .
Clarion Co., Ltd.
All Rights Reserved. Copyright © 2009: Clarion Co., Ltd.
Printed in Malaysia / Imprimé en Malaisie / Stampato in Malaysia
PE-8503B
280-8748-01
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MAIN UNIT / APPAREIL PRINCIPAL /
APPARECCHIO PRINCIPALE
English
English
2. CONTROLS/ LES COMMANDES/
CONTROLLI
3. NOMENCLATURE
Note:
Be sure to read this chapter referring to the front diagrams of chapter “2. CONTROLS” on page 3.
Names of the Keys and Their Functions
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[
] key
] key to power on the unit.
Touch the [
Touch and hold the key for 1 second or longer
to turn off the power.
Switch to Source menu.
[
] key
Play or pause a track while in the USB mode.
Toggle Mute on/off while in the Radio mode.
Touch and hold the key for 2 seconds or longer
to memory new value during setting mode.
[
] key
Recall ISR radio station in memory.
Touch and hold the key for 2 seconds or longer:
Store current station into ISR memory (Radio
mode only).
[
] slider
Adjust the volume.
[
] slider
Select a station while in the Radio mode.
Select the folder while in the USB mode.
This key is used to make various settings.
[
] key
Switch to ADJ menu.
[
] key
Switch Title display.
Touch and hold the key for 1 second or longer
to switch the display layout (Title mode
Indicator mode Clock).
[
] / [ ] key
Seek a station while in the Radio mode.
Select a track while in the USB mode.
Touch and hold the key for 1 second or longer to
enter the Fast-forward or Fast backward mode
while in USB mode.
[
] key
Switch the band, or seek tuning or manual tuning
while in the Radio mode.
Switch to List Search, or Top folder while in the
USB mode.
Switch between last menu level and Play
display, or Top iPod menu while in the iPod
mode.
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[USB PORT]
USB memory device insertion port (at rear
panel).
[AUX] input
The input jack for connecting an external device
(at rear panel).
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MAIN UNIT / APPAREIL PRINCIPAL /
APPARECCHIO PRINCIPALE
English
English
2. CONTROLS/ LES COMMANDES/
CONTROLLI
3. NOMENCLATURE
Note:
Be sure to read this chapter referring to the front diagrams of chapter “2. CONTROLS” on page 3.
Names of the Keys and Their Functions
Español
[
] key
] key to power on the unit.
Touch the [
Touch and hold the key for 1 second or longer
to turn off the power.
Switch to Source menu.
[
] key
Play or pause a track while in the USB mode.
Toggle Mute on/off while in the Radio mode.
Touch and hold the key for 2 seconds or longer
to memory new value during setting mode.
[
] key
Recall ISR radio station in memory.
Touch and hold the key for 2 seconds or longer:
Store current station into ISR memory (Radio
mode only).
[
] slider
Adjust the volume.
[
] slider
Select a station while in the Radio mode.
Select the folder while in the USB mode.
This key is used to make various settings.
[
] key
Switch to ADJ menu.
[
] key
Switch Title display.
Touch and hold the key for 1 second or longer
to switch the display layout (Title mode
Indicator mode Clock).
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[USB PORT]
USB memory device insertion port (at rear
panel).
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[
] / [ ] key
Seek a station while in the Radio mode.
Select a track while in the USB mode.
Touch and hold the key for 1 second or longer to
enter the Fast-forward or Fast backward mode
while in USB mode.
[
] key
Switch the band, or seek tuning or manual tuning
while in the Radio mode.
Switch to List Search, or Top folder while in the
USB mode.
Switch between last menu level and Play
display, or Top iPod menu while in the iPod
mode.
[AUX] input
The input jack for connecting an external device
(at rear panel).
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Slider’s Key Operation
Slide
Touch & hold slider [ ]
increase volume continuously.
Touch & hold [ ] will to
scroll up items continuously.
Touch and release [ ]
once will increase the
volume 1 step.
Touch & hold slider [ ]
will decrease volume continuously.
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Touch and release [ ]
once will decrease the
volume 1 step.
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Touch and release [ ]
once will scroll up items
1 step.
Touch & hold [ ] will to
scroll down items continuously.
Touch and release [ ]
once will scroll down items
1 step.
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Display Items
Title display
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OEL Screen
The organic electro-luminescence display (OEL Display) of this product is made by high technology
basis.
However, it is possible that there might be part of the pixels which is always lighting or not lightning.
Sometimes unevenness of color and brightness might be occurred depend on the point of view to watch
in a characteristic.
A descending line across the screen will be displayed regularly to prevent OEL Display burn-in.
Please note that these are not hardware/software failures as it happens to be the structure of the organic
electro-luminescence display.
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This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the 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 to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to consult the dealer
or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
English
4. PRECAUTIONS
! CAUTION
USE OF CONTROLS, ADJUSTMENTS,
OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES
OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN,
MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION
EXPOSURE.
THIS PLAYER SHOULD NOT BE ADJUSTED OR REPAIRED BY ANYONE
EXCEPT PROPERLY QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
INFORMATION FOR USERS:
CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS TO THIS
PRODUCT NOT APPROVED BY THE MANUFACTURER WILL VOID THE WARRANTY
AND WILL VIOLATE FCC APPROVAL.
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BBE MP (Minimized Polynomial Non-Linear Saturation) Process improves digitally compressed sound, such as MP3, by restoring and enhancing the harmonics lost through compression. BBE MP works by regenerating harmonics from the source material, effectively recovering warmth, details and nuance.
Manufactured under license from BBE Sound, Inc.
Licensed by BBE Sound, Inc. under one or more of the following US patents: 5510752, 5736897. BBE and BBE symbol are
registered trademarks of BBE Sound, Inc.
“Made for iPod” means that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod and has been certified
by the developer to meet Apple performance standards.
Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards.
iPod and iTunes are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Windows Media™, and the Windows® logo are trademarks, or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United
States and/or other countries.
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Inserting the Battery
1. Turn over the remote control unit and slide the
cover in the direction indicated by the arrow in
the illustration.
2. Insert the battery (CR2025) into the insertion
guides, with the printed side (+) facing
upwards.
3. Press the battery in the direction indicated by the
arrow so that it slides into the compartment.
4. Replace the cover and slide in until it clicks into
place.
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Notes:
Misuse may result in rupture of the battery, producing
leakage of fluid and resulting in personal injury or
damage to surrounding materials. Always follow these
safety precautions:
Use only the designated battery.
When replacing the battery, insert properly, with
+/- polarities oriented correctly.
Do not subject battery to heat, or dispose of in fire or
water. Do not attempt to disassemble the battery.
Dispose of used batteries properly.
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Mode
Button
USB
Radio/Satellite
iPod
[SRC]
Press the button to power on.
Press and hold the button for 1 second or longer: Power off.
Switch among radio, Satellite radio receiver, USB, AUX and iPod.
[BND]
Switch reception band.
[ ],[ ]
],[
[
[
Play the first track.
Top play.
[MUTE]
[ISR]
iPod menu
Increase and decrease volume (in all modes).
] Move preset channels up
]
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Functions of Remote Control Unit Buttons
and down.
Move tracks up and down.
Press and hold the button for 1 second or longer: Fastforward/fast-backward.
No function.
Switch between playback and pause.
Turn mute on and off.
Recall ISR radio station in memory.
Press and hold for 2 seconds or longer: Store current station into ISR memory (Radio mode
only).
[DISP]
Switch among main display, title display.
[SCN]
Preset scan.
Press and hold the button
for 2 seconds or longer:
Auto store.
[RPT]
No function.
[RDM]
No function.
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Scan play.
Press and hold the button
for 1 second or longer to
perform folder scan play.
No function.
Repeat play.
Press and hold the button
for 1 second or longer to
perform folder repeat play.
Toggle repeat on/off.
Random play.
Press and hold the button
for 1 second or longer to
perform folder random play.
Random play.
Press and hold the button
for 1 second or longer to
perform folder random play.
∗ Some of the corresponding buttons on the main unit and remote control unit have different functions.
∗ TV/VTR is not supported in this model.
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6. OPERATIONS
Basic Operations
! CAUTION
Be sure to lower the volume before switching
off the unit power or the ignition key. The
unit remembers its last volume setting. If
you switch the power off with the volume
up, when you switch the power back on, the
sudden loud volume may hurt your hearing
and damage the unit.
Please operate this unit by the finger. It is not
possible to operate it normally with gloves
worn.
Turning on/off the power
Note:
Be careful about using this unit for a long time
without running the engine. If you drain the car’s
battery too far, you may not be able to start the
engine and this can reduce the service life of the
battery.
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The first time this unit is turned on after the wire
connections are completed, it must be checked
what equipment is connected. When the power is
turned on, the “SYSTEM CHECK” appears in the
display. This unit will switch to previous mode after
system check.
Selecting a mode
] key to switch to Source menu.
1. Touch the [
2. Touch the corresponding key beside the Source
mode name to enter into desired mode.
3. There are 5 selections in the Source menu:
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∗ iPod can connect to this unit via USB SLOT.
∗ SIRIUS and XM mode only available when a
Satellite Radio Receiver is connected through
the CeNET cable.
Adjusting the volume
] slider or touch the
1. Slide up along the [
[ ] key to increases the volume.
] slider or touch the
2. Slide down along the [
[ ] key to decreases the volume.
∗ The volume level is from 0 (minimum) to 33
(maximum).
Switching the title display
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1. Touch the [
] key, the display
2. Each time you touch the [
switches in the following order:
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] key to power on the unit.
1. Touch the [
2. The unit automatically remembers its last
Operation mode and will automatically switch
to display that mode.
] key for 1 second or
3. Touch and hold the [
longer to turn off the power for the unit.
Note:
Note: Be sure to read this chapter referring to the
front diagrams of chapter “2. CONTROLS” on
page 3.
Tuner/AUX mode
No Title display.
SAT mode
CHANNEL (CATEGORY) CATEGORY (TITLE)
TITLE (ARTIST) ARTIST (RADIO TEXT)
RADIO TEXT (CHANNEL)
CHANNEL (CATEGORY)
iPod mode
TRACK (ALBUM)
ARTIST (TRACK)
USB mode
ALBUM (TRACK)
ARTIST (TRACK)
FOLDER (TITLE)
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ALBUM (ARTIST)
TRACK (ALBUM)
ARTIST (TITLE)
FOLDER (TRACK)
ALBUM (TRACK)
∗ Once selected, the preferred title display becomes
the display default. When a function adjustment
such as volume is made, the screen will momentarily switch to that function’s display, then revert
back to the preferred title display several seconds
after the adjustment.
∗ If the button operation is performed with the screen
saver function on, the operation display corresponding to the button operation is shown for about 30
seconds and the display returns to the screen saver
display. For details, refer to the subsection “Turning
the screen saver function on or off” in section
“Common Operations”.
To change sound setting
Switching the display layout
Notes:
∗1 : BASS/MID/TREBLE are only available if
“CUSTOM” is selected in “BEAT EQ”.
∗2 : BBE MP is only available if “USB” is
selected in source mode and the “OUTPUT
FORM” is set to “DIGITAL”. (Please refer to
page 24)
] key for more than 1 second to
1. Touch the [
switch display layout.
] key for more
2. Each time you touch the [
than 1 second, the display layout switches in
the following order:
Title mode Indicator mode Clock
Example: iPod
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1 . Touch the [ ] key to switch to ADJ menu.
2 . Select SOUND in the menu to enter Sound
Adjustment mode.
] slider or touch [ ] /
3 . Slide along the [
[ ] key, the Sound Adjustment mode
changed as following order:
(“BASS”
“BEAT EQ”
“MID”
“TREBLE”)∗1
“BBE MP”∗2
“BALANCE”
“FADER”
“M-BEX”
“HPF”
“S-W LPF”
“S-W VOL”
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This unit is provided with 4 types of sound tone
effects stored in memory. Select the one you prefer.
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Sound adjustments
You can adjust a sound effect or tone quality to
your preference.
Select “BEAT EQ”.
Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . During detail setting stage, each time your
] slider or touch [ ] / [ ]
slide along [
key, the tone effect changes in the following
order:
“OFF”
“BASS BOOST”
“IMPACT”
“EXCITE”
“CUSTOM”
“OFF”
OFF
: No sound effect
BASS BOOST : Bass emphasized
IMPACT
: Bass and treble emphasized
EXCITE
: Bass and treble emphasized
mid emphasized
CUSTOM
: User custom
3-1.
3-2.
When “BASS BOOST”/“IMPACT”/
“EXCITE” is set:
“BASS BOOST”/“IMPACT”/“EXCITE” will appear
after the “BEAT EQ” item in the sound Adjustment mode.
3 - 3 - 1 . Select the item and touch [
] key to enter
detail setting stage.
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3-3-2.
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
Slide along [
key to adjust the setting in the range of -3
to +3.
∗ The factory default setting is “0”.
3-3-3.
After completing settings, touch the [ENT]
key to return to the 1st selected item.
When “CUSTOM” is set:
3-3-1.
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
Slide along [
key to select the “BASS”, “MID” or “TREBLE” mode to adjust.
3-5.
After completing settings, touch the [ENT]
key to return to the 1st selected item.
Adjusting the mid
This adjustment can be performed only when the
BEAT EQ is set to “CUSTOM”.
3 - 1 . Select “MID”.
3 - 2 . Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
Adjusting the bass
This adjustment can be performed only when the
BEAT EQ is set to “CUSTOM”.
3 - 1 . Select “BASS”.
3 - 2 . Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
]/[
] key to select Gain(“G”),
Touch [
center frequency(“F”) or Q factor(“Q”).
3 - 4 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to adjust the value.
3-3.
∗ The factory default setting:
G : “0” (Adjustment range: +7 to -7)
F : “500Hz” (Adjustment range: 500/1k/2k)
Q : “1.0” (Adjustment range: 0.7/1.0/1.4/2.0)
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Touch [ ] / [ ] key to select Gain(“G”),
center frequency(“F”) or Q factor(“Q”).
3 - 4 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to adjust the value.
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G : “0” (Adjustment range: +7 to -7)
F : “50Hz” (Adjustment range: 50/100/200)
Q : “1.0” (Adjustment range: 0.7/1.0/1.4/2.0)
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After completing settings, touch the [ENT]
key to return to the 1st selected item.
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Adjusting the treble
This adjustment can be performed only when the
BEAT EQ is set to “CUSTOM”.
3 - 1 . Select “TREBLE”.
3 - 2 . Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
∗ This function is effective for the audio files in the
USB/iPod mode, but it is ineffective for the video
in the USB/iPod mode.
Select “BBE MP”.
Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to select the value in sequence of
“OFF”
“ON”
3-1.
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3-2.
∗ The factory default setting is “OFF”.
]/[
] key to select Gain(“G”),
Touch [
center frequency(“F”) or Q factor(“Q”).
3 - 4 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to adjust the value.
3-3.
∗ The factory default setting:
G : “0” (Adjustment range: +7 to -7)
F : “10kHz” (Adjustment range: 5k/10k/15k)
Q : “1.0” (Adjustment range: 0.7/1.0/1.4/2.0)
When “ON” is set:
3-3-1.
3-3-2.
Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting
stage.
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
Slide along [
key to select the value in sequence of
“HIGH”
“MID”
“LOW”
∗ The factory default setting is “MID”.
3-4.
After completing settings, touch the [ENT]
key to return to the 1st selected item.
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Select “BALANCE”.
Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to adjust the balance of the right and left
speakers.
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∗ The factory default setting is “CENTER”.
(Adjustment range: RIGHT 12 to LEFT 12)
3-4.
After completing settings, touch the [ENT]
key to return to the 1st selected item.
Adjusting the fader
Select “FADER”.
Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to adjust the balance of the rear and front
speakers.
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3-5.
After completing settings, touch the [ENT]
key to return to the 1st selected item.
Setting the BBE MP (Sound
Enhancement and Restoration for
compressed audio files)
BBE MP (Minimized Polynomial Non-Linear Saturation) Process improves digitally compressed
sound, such as MP3, by restoring and enhancing
the harmonics lost through compression. BBE
MP works by regenerating harmonics from the
source material, effectively recovering warmth,
detail and nuance.
∗ The factory default setting is “CENTER”.
(Adjustment range: FRONT 12 to REAR 12)
3-4.
After completing settings, touch the [ENT]
key to return to the 1st selected item.
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Adjusting the M-BEX
Select “M-BEX”.
3 - 2 . Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to turn on or turn off the MAGNA BASS
EXTEND effect.
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∗ The factory default setting is “OFF”.
(Adjustment range: ON/OFF)
3-4.
After completing settings, touch the [ENT]
key to return to the 1st selected item.
∗ The factory default setting is “0”.
(Adjustment range: +6 to -6)
∗ When the volume level is more than 30, the
subwoofer volume adjustment value can not
reach +6.
Note:
During SOUND Adjustment mode, if no operation
is performed for more than 10 seconds, this mode
can be cancelled and return to previous mode.
Adjusting the high pass filter
Select “HPF”.
Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to select the setting in sequence
“60”
“90”
“120”
“THROUGH”
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3-2.
∗ The factory default setting is “THROUGH”.
∗ This is supported only with amplifiers
equipped with this function. Output is not
supported from RCA cables.
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You can set the low pass filter of subwoofer.
3 - 1 . Select “S-W LPF”.
3 - 2 . Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to select the setting in sequence
“THROUGH”
“60”
“90”
“120”
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Adjusting the subwoofer output
volume
You can adjust the volume output from the unit’s
subwoofer output terminal.
This adjustment can be performed only when the
“S-W LPF” is set to “60”, “90” or “120”.
3 - 1 . Select “S-W VOL”.
3 - 2 . Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to increases or decreases the subwoofer
volume.
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Listening to the radio
Quick tuning
Touch and hold the [ ] / [ ] key for 1 second or
longer to begin station tuning.
] key to switch to Source menu.
1. Touch the [
2. Select “TUNER” to enter Radio mode.
3. To select a preset band, touch the [ ] key and
then select one of the preset bands such as
FM1, FM2, FM3 or AM1.
Every time the [ ] key is touched, the band
switches in the following order:
FM1 FM2 FM3 AM1 FM1...
4. Touch the [ ]/[ ] key to tune in the desired
station.
Step tuning
You need to enter the TUNER OPTION to perform the Radio function.
TUNER OPTION
There are 3 types of tuning mode available, seek
tuning, manual tuning and preset tuning.
Seek tuning
1. Touch the [ ] key and select the desired band
(FM or AM).
∗ If
is lit in the display, touch and hold the
[ ] key for 1 second or longer.
in the
display goes off and seek tuning is now available.
2. Touch the [ ]/[ ] key to start automatic station tuning.
When the [ ] key is touched, the station is
sought in the direction of higher frequencies;
if the [ ] key is touched, the station is sought
in the direction of lower frequencies.
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∗ If
is not lit in the display, touch and hold
is lit
the [ ] key for 1 second or longer.
in the display and manual tuning is now available.
] key to
1 . During Tuner mode, touch the [
switch to ADJ menu.
2 . Select OPTION in the menu to enter Tuner
Option mode.
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
3 . Slide along [
key, the TUNER OPTION mode changed
as following order:
“PRESET SCAN”
“P.CH MEMORY”
“AUTO STORE”
“TITLE INPUT”
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There are 2 ways available:
Quick tuning and step tuning.
When you are in the step Tuning mode, the frequency changes one step at a time. In the Quick
Tuning mode, you can quickly tune the desired
frequency.
1. Touch the [ ] key and select the desired band
(FM or AM).
2. Tune into a station.
] key to perform manual tun-
Radio function
Tuning
Manual tuning
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Touch the [
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Preset memory function
Preset memory function can store up to 24 stations: Six stations for each of FM1, FM2, FM3,
and AM1.
Manual memory function
Select “P.CH MEMORY”.
Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to select the preset channel number to
be stored.
3 - 4 . Touch [ENT] key for 2 seconds to store the
frequency into the selected preset channel.
3 - 5 . “MEMORY” is displayed for 2 seconds before
revert to main display.
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Preset scan
Preset scan receives the stations stored in preset memory in order. This function is useful when
searching for a desired station in memory.
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Select “PRESET SCAN”.
Touch [ENT] key to start scan preset channel.
3 - 3 . When a desired station is tuned in, touch
the [ ] / [ ] key to continue receiving that
station.
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Auto store
Auto store is a function for storing up to 6 stations
that are automatically tuned in sequentially. If 6
receivable stations cannot be received, a previously stored station remains un-overwritten at
the memory position.
3 - 1 . Select “AUTO STORE”.
3 - 2 . Touch [ENT] key to start performing auto
store function.
3 - 3 . The stations with good reception are stored
automatically to the preset channels.
∗ If auto store is performed in the FM bands,
the stations are stored in FM3 even if FM1 or
FM2 was chosen for storing stations.
∗ “AUTO STORE” will appears in the display.
Method 2:
1. Touch the [ ] key to select the desired band.
2. Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ] key
to select the desired preset station.
3. Touch [ENT] key to recall the stored radio
frequency.
Entering titles
Titles up to 10 characters long can be stored in
memory and displayed for Radio stations.
3 - 1 . Select “TITLE INPUT”.
3 - 2 . Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Touch [
] / [ ] key to move the cursor.
3 - 4 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to input the text.
3 - 5 . Touch and hold the [ENT] key for 2 seconds
or longer to store the title into memory.
∗ Entered titles will be deleted when back up
power is disconnected.
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Recalling a preset station
A total of 24 preset positions (6-FM1, 6-FM2, 6FM3, 6-AM1) exists to store individual radio stations in memory.
There are 2 methods to recall a preset station.
Method 1:
3 - 1 . Select “P.CH MEMORY”.
3 - 2 . Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ] key
to select the desired preset station.
3 - 4 . Touch [ENT] key for less than 1 second to
recall the stored radio frequency.
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Instant station recall is a special radio preset that
instantly accesses a favorite radio station at a
touch of a key. The ISR function even operates
with the unit in other modes.
ISR memory
1. Select the station that you wish to store in ISR
memory.
2. Touch and hold the [ ] key for 2 seconds.
Recalling a station with ISR
] key to turn on the
In any mode, touch the [
radio function and tune the selected radio sta] key again to return to the
tion.Touch the [
previous mode.
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USB memory device operation
About USB memory
USB is an acronym for Universal Serial Bus, and
refers to an external bus standard supporting
data transfer rates of 12 Mbps.
This unit is compatible with USB 1.1/2.0 with
maximum data transfer rates of 12 Mbps.
USB memory devices that can be played by
connecting to the unit’s USB cable are limited
to those recognized as “USB mass storage
class devices”; operation is not guaranteed
with all USB memory devices.
∗ Devices compatible with “USB Mass Storage
Class” can be used merely by connecting to the
host device, without need for special drivers or
application software.
Consult the manufacturer of your USB memory
device for information regarding whether it
is supported by “USB Mass Storage Class”
standards.
Audio files playable on this unit are limited to
MP3/WMA/AAC files.
To prevent the accidental loss of data, always
back up important data on your computer.
This unit does not support connections to a computer. In addition, connections made through a
USB hub device are also not supported.
When a USB memory device is composed of
two or more drives, only one of the drives will
be detected.
USB memory devices with security functions
cannot be played.
The order in which tracks are recorded may differ depending on the USB memory device connected (the actual playback order may not be
the same as that indicated on your computer’s
display).
If you continuously operate folder up/down, the
play time keeps as “00:00”, and the sound is
not emitted.
What is MP3?
MP3 is an audio compression method and classified into audio layer 3 of MPEG standards. This
audio compression method has penetrated into
PC users and become a standard format. This
MP3 features the original audio data compression to about 10 percent of its initial size with a
high sound quality. This means that several music CDs can be recorded on a USB memory device to allow a long listening time∗.
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∗ Depends on the USB memory device storage
capacity.
What is WMA?
WMA is the abbreviation of Windows Media Audio, an audio file format developed by Microsoft
Corporation.
Notes:
If you play a file with DRM (Digital Rights Management) for WMA remaining ON, no audio is output
(The “--:--” and
indicator blinks for 5 seconds
and go to next track).
Windows MediaTM, and the Windows® logo are
trademarks, or registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other
countries.
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To disable DRM
(Digital Rights Management)
1. When using Windows Media Player 9/10/11,
click on TOOL
OPTIONS
MUSIC RECORD tab, then under Recording settings, unclick the check box for RECORD PROTECTED
MUSIC. Then, reconstruct files.
Personally constructed WMA files are used at
your own responsibility.
What is AAC?
AAC is an acronym for “Advanced Audio
Coding” and refers to the audio compression
method used with video compression standards
MPEG-2 and MPEG-4.
AAC files composed with the following conditions can be played:
AAC files encoded with iTunes.
iTunes Ver. 7.0 or earlier.
File extension “.m4a” (“.M4A”)
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Tracks purchased at an iTunes Store, and
copyright-protected files cannot be played.
When playing AAC files that include image data,
additional time may be required before playback
begins.
Files may not play properly, depending on the
iTunes version under which an AAC file is encoded.
Usable sampling rates and bit rates
See “USB” (page 33) for details.
File extensions
1. Always add a file extension “.MP3”, “.WMA”
or “.M4A” to MP3, WMA or AAC file by using
single byte letters. If you add a file extension
other than specified or forget to add the file
extension, the file cannot be played.
2. Files without MP3/WMA/AAC data will not play.
The indication “NO FILE” appears in the play
time display if you attempt to play files without
MP3/WMA/AAC data.
1. Up to 255 files per folder can be recognized.
Up to 512 folders can be recognized and up
to total of 130560 files can played.
2. Tracks are played in the order that they were
recorded onto a USB. (Tracks might not always
be played in the order displayed on the PC.)
3. Some noise may occur depending on the type
of encoder software used while recording.
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only when the device is not being accessed.
Connecting or disconnecting the device at
the following times may result in the loss of
data:
- If the USB memory device is removed or
power is disconnected during writing to
the device.
- When the device is subjected to static
electricity or electric noise.
Do not leave a USB memory device unattended in an automobile. Exposure to direct
sunlight or high temperatures may cause
deformation or other malfunction of the USB
memory device.
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may differ the play location.
∗ When MP3/WMA/AAC files are played, a little
no sound part is caused between tunes.
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1. When writing MP3/WMA/AAC file, please
select “FAT12”, “FAT16” or “FAT32” as the
file system format. Normal play may not be
possible if the files are recorded on another
format.
2. The folder name and file name can be displayed as the title during MP3/WMA/AAC
play but the title must be within 64 single byte
alphabetical letters and numerals (including an
extension).
3. Do not affix a name to a file inside a folder
having the same name.
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Folder structure
1. A USB with a folder having more than 8 hierarchical levels will be impossible.
Number of files or folders
Precautions when creating MP3/
WMA/AAC file
Logical format (File system)
Note:
File names in small letters with less than 8 characters (not including file extension) will be displayed
in capital letters.
Connecting a USB memory device
1. Connect the USB memory device to the USB
slot.
Playback will begin from the first file recorded
on the device.
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Pausing play
]
∗ If the device is not recognized, touch the [
key to switch to the Source menu and select
the source to the device.
∗ Always insert the device fully into the connector.
Incomplete connections may cause the device
not to be recognized.
∗ Depending on the number of tracks recorded,
some amount of time may be required until all
tracks are read into the unit.
∗ The order in which tracks are recorded may
differ depending on the device connected (the
actual playback order may not be the same as
that indicated on your computer’s display).
] key to pause play. “PAUSE”
1. Touch the [
appears in the display.
] key again.
2. To resume play, touch the [
Selecting a track
Track-up
1. Touch the [ ] key to move to the beginning
of the next track.
2. Each time the [ ] key is touched, playback
proceeds to another track in the advancing
direction.
Track-down
1. Touch the [ ] key to move to the beginning
of the current track.
2. Touch the [ ] key twice to move to the beginning of the previous track.
To listen to tracks on a connected
USB memory device
] key to switch to the Source
1. Touch the [
menu and select the “USB”. When USB
memory device is selected, playback (except
DRM files) will begin from the location at which
playback was previously stopped.
∗ When a USB memory device is connected the
USB mode will be displayed.
∗ When a USB memory device is disconnected
and then reconnected, playback will begin
from the previous position where playback is
stopped.
∗ When a USB memory device is disconnected
and then a different USB memory device is
connected, playback will begin from the first file
recorded on the device.
To stop play
] key and switch the function to
1. Touch the [
a source other than the USB memory device.
! CAUTION
Do not remove the USB memory device when
the USB mode is selected, since it may result
in loss or damage to data on the USB memory
device.
Always backup and save important data on
your computer.
2. Remove the USB memory device from the USB
slot.
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Fast-forward
Touch and hold the [
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Top function
Touch the [ ] key for 1 second or longer, then
the USB memory device will start playing the first
track of current folder.
Other various play functions
USB OPTION
] key to
1 . During USB mode, touch the [
switch to ADJ menu.
2 . Select OPTION in the menu to enter USB
Option mode.
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
3 . Slide along [
key, the USB Option mode changed as
following order:
“SCAN”
“REPEAT”
“RANDOM”
Note:
During trick play, “TRICK OFF” will be appeared
before “SCAN” item.
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Scan play
This function allows you to locate and play the
first 10 seconds of all the tracks in current folder.
3 - 1 . Select “SCAN”.
3 - 2 . Touch [
] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to select “TRACK”.
3 - 4 . Touch the [ENT] key, “TRACK SCAN” will be
displayed for 2 seconds.
3 - 5 . During scan,
will keep blinking.
∗ Scan play starts from the next track after the
track currently being played.
∗ Scan play will proceed to next folder after
all the tracks in the current folder have been
scanned.
All scan play
This function allows you to locate and play the
first 10 seconds of the first track of all the folders.
3 - 1 . Select “SCAN”.
3 - 2 . Touch [
] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to select “ALL”.
3 - 4 . Touch the [ENT] key, “ALL SCAN” will be
displayed for 2 seconds.
3 - 5 . During scan,
will keep blinking.
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This function allows you to play the current track
repeatedly.
3 - 1 . Select “REPEAT”.
3 - 2 . Touch [
] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to select “TRACK”.
3 - 4 . Touch the [ENT] key, “TRACK REPEAT” will
be displayed for 2 seconds.
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Random play
This function allows you to play all tracks of current folder in a random order.
3 - 1 . Select “RANDOM”.
3 - 2 . Touch [
] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to select “TRACK”.
3 - 4 . Touch the [ENT] key, “TRACK RANDOM”
will be displayed for 2 seconds.
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∗ All scan play starts from the first track of next
folder.
Repeat play
All repeat play
This function allows you to play all tracks in the
MP3/WMA/AAC current folder repeatedly.
3 - 1 . Select “REPEAT”.
3 - 2 . Touch [
] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to select “ALL”.
3 - 4 . Touch the [ENT] key, “ALL REPEAT” will be
displayed for 2 seconds.
3-5.
lights in the display.
All random play
This function allows you to play all the tracks of
all the folders recorded on an USB in a random
order.
3 - 1 . Select “RANDOM”.
3 - 2 . Touch [
] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Touch the [
] / [ ] key to select “ALL”.
3 - 4 . Touch the [ENT] key, “ALL RANDOM” will be
displayed for 2 seconds.
3-5.
lights in the display.
To cancel trick play
Select “TRICK OFF”.
Touch [ENT] key to cancel trick play.
3 - 3 . Display will return to playback display.
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Folder Select
This section describes operations when connected to an Apple iPod via the USB slot.
This function allows you to select a folder containing MP3/WMA/AAC files and start playing
from the first track in the folder.
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
1. Slide along [
key.
Touch [ ] key to move the next folder. Touch
[ ] key to move the previous folder.
∗ Touch [ ] key while in the final folder will shift
to the first folder.
∗ Folder without a MP3/WMA/AAC file is not
selectable.
∗ Folder name will be displayed for a while.
] slider or touch [
2. Slide along [
to select a track.
]/[
] key
Notes:
See the iPod Owner’s Manual for details regarding
operation conditions.
The unit will not operate, or may operate improperly
with unsupported versions.
For a list of compatible Apple iPod unit with the this
model, please contact your Clarion dealer or www.
clarion.com.
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Connecting an iPod
When an iPod is connected to the USB slot,
“Shuffle” set on the iPod will become as follows:
Random play
“Shuffle (Albums)” play
“Shuffle (Songs)” play
All random play
The iPod have iPod menu which can toggle with
Play mode by touching the [ ] key for 1 second
or longer.
If iPod supports video capability, the following
screen will be displayed first before switching to
the iPod menu.
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Touch [ENT] key to enter music menu or video
menu.
Select iPod mode
1. Connect your iPod to the USB connector. The
system will automatically detect the connected
device and change to the USB mode (iPod
mode) and start playback after a while.
When an iPod is already connected
1. Touch the [
] key to switch to the source
menu.
2. Touch the "USB" to select the iPod mode.
The system changes to the USB mode (iPod
mode), and starts playback from the previous
position.
Note:
The following operations in Play mode operate the
same as in USB mode:
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∗ Track selection: [ ] , [ ]
∗ Fast-forward/fast-backward: [ ] , [ ]
]
∗ Pause: [
See “USB Operations” (page 17) for details.
Select “REPEAT”.
Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to select “OFF”.
3 - 4 . Touch the [ENT] key, “REPEAT OFF” will be
displayed for 2 seconds.
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Other various play functions
(in Play mode)
Notes:
These functions are not supported when in the iPod
menu.
The Random function set on the iPod remains the
same after attachment/detachment of the iPod.
The Repeat function on the iPod will be changed
when you connect/disconnect the iPod to the
unit.
iPod OPTION
] key to
1 . During USB mode, touch the [
switch to ADJ menu.
2 . Select OPTION in the menu to enter iPod
Option mode.
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
3 . Slide along [
key, the iPod Option mode changed as
following order:
“REPEAT”
“RANDOM”
“OUTPUT FORM”
“SIMPLE MODE”
Random play
Play all albums within a selected category, in random order. (Corresponds to “Shuffle (Albums)”
command on iPod.)
Select “RANDOM”.
Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to select “TRACK”.
3 - 4 . Touch the [ENT] key, “TRACK RANDOM”
will be displayed for 2 seconds.
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Play all tracks within a selected category, in random order. (Corresponds to “Shuffle (Songs)”
command on iPod.)
3 - 1 . Select “RANDOM”.
3 - 2 . Touch [
] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to select “ALL”.
3 - 4 . Touch the [ ENT ] key, “ALL RANDOM”
will be displayed for 2 seconds.
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Note:
During trick play, “TRICK OFF” will be appeared
before “REPEAT” item.
Repeat play
Play back one track repeatedly.
3 - 1 . Select “REPEAT”.
3 - 2 . Touch [
] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to select “ON”.
3 - 4 . Touch the [ENT] key, “REPEAT ON” will be
displayed for 2 seconds.
3-5.
lights in the display.
To cancel trick play
Select “TRICK OFF”.
Touch the [ENT] key to cancel trick play.
3 - 3 . Display will return to playback display.
3-1.
3-2.
Note:
When playing the last track within a selected
category in Random mode, if ACC is switched off
then on again, playback will begin from a different
track.
Repeat off
This function allows you to play all tracks in the
current folder repeatedly.
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Selecting category from the iPod
music menu
Selecting category from the iPod
video menu
1. Touch and hold the [ ] key for 1 second or
longer.
2. Select to switch to music menu or video
menu.
3. If “MUSIC” is selected from the list, iPod music
menu categories will be displayed.
1. Touch and hold the [ ] key for 1 second or
longer.
2. Select to switch to music menu or video
menu.
3. If “VIDEO” is selected from the list, iPod video
menu categories will be displayed.
In iPod menu, if you touch the [ ]/[ ] or touch
[ ]/[ ] key fast, playback may not be performed.
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ] key
4. Slide along [
to select the category.
5. The categories in the iPod video menu is depend on the iPod.
Notes:
If the iPod does not support video, the iPod music
menu categories will be displayed directly.
Repeat and Random mode operations are not
supported when in the iPod menu.
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ] key
4. Slide along [
to select the category.
5. There are 6 categories in the iPod music
menu:
Playlists
Artists
Albums
Songs
Genres
Composers
6. Touch [ ]/[ ] key to switch between layer.
7. When the track name display is showing, touch
the [ENT] key.
Playback will begin from the first track in the
selected category, and the iPod menu will be
canceled.
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iPod Operations
Note:
Repeat and Random mode operations are not
supported when in the iPod menu.
∗ During video files playback, if ACC is switched
off then switched on again, or if iPod is disconnected, playback cannot be resumed.
∗ Random play cannot be selected in iPod video
mode. There is no album in the video menu.
∗ Please set the language setting in the iPod to
English as this unit can only display English.
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∗ Subfolders may be displayed, depending on the
category.
In this case, use the [ ] / [ ] key to switch
between subfolders, then use the [ENT] key to
select the desired subfolder.
∗ When the track name display is showing, touch
the [ ] key will return to the currently playing
folder name display.
] slider or touch [
8. Slide along [
to select a track within a category.
]/[
iPod menu ABC search
This function searches the subfolders for desired
alphabetical letters.
] slider
1. During iPod menu, slide along [
or touch [ ]/[ ] key and select the desired
category.
] key for 1 second or longer.
2. Touch the [
∗ A small window for alphabet selection will be
displayed.
] slider
3. Select the alphabet by slide along [
or touch [ ]/[ ] key and touch [ENT] key to
perform search.
4. “SEARCHING” will be displayed.
∗ During search, touch the [ENT] key to cancel
search.
] key
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iPod Operations
About title display
This unit supports the display of title information
transmitted from a connected iPod.
Character code information is UTF-8; displayable characters include English alphanumerics,
some symbols, and some umlaut characters.
Unsupported characters will be replaced by
asterisks (∗).
Output Form
This function is to select digital output or analog output from this unit. This setting is for video
playback via iPod 5G.
When you connect other than iPod 5G or when
you play only audio files, please set this setting
to “DIGITAL”.
If you set this setting to “ANALOG”, optional iPod
video cable CCA723 is required.
∗ The factory default setting is “DIGITAL”.
Select “OUTPUT FORM”.
Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ] / [ ]
key to select “DIGITAL” or “ANALOG”.
3 - 4 . After completing settings, touch the [ENT]
key to return to the 1st selected item.
3-1.
3-2.
Notes:
During iPod Simple mode ON, “iPod Mode” will
be displayed as below and cannot switch to other
display layout:
During Simple Mode On, do not operate from iPod
and this unit at the same time.
iPod 5G and iPod nano 1G cannot select both
digital output and simple control mode on at the
same time.
∗ Output form: Digital and Simple mode:
OFF - Default
∗ Output form: Digital and Simple mode:
ON - Not selectable
∗ Output form: Analog and Simple mode:
ON/OFF - Requires CCA723 cable
During Simple Mode On, please do not change the
repeat setting to “OFF” in the iPod.
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Note:
The setting will only take effect after disconnecting
and re-connecting the iPod.
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Select Simple Control mode
This function is to select the mode to operate the
iPod contents.
∗ The factory default setting is “OFF”.
Select “SIMPLE MODE”.
Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to select “ON” or “OFF”.
3-1.
3-2.
ON
To operate iPod contents from iPod.
OFF
To operate iPod contents from this unit.
3-4.
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After completing settings, touch the [ENT]
key to return to the 1st selected item.
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This function is available when a Satellite Radio
Tuner is connected.
This unit can control the following Satellite Radio
Tuner through the CeNET Translator Adapter.
XM Satellite Mini Tuner
(Which needs Universal CeNET Translator
Adapter)
SIRIUS Satellite Universal Tuner
(Which needs CeNET Translator: CLA-SC1)
Note:
The function is differ depending to the connected
receiver, they are distinguished by the following
notations:
- “XM”: for an XM Satellite Radio Tuner
- “SIRIUS”: for a SIRIUS Satellite Radio Tuner
Selecting a Satellite Radio mode
] key to switch to Source
1. Touch the [
menu.
2. Select the “SIRIUS” or “XM” to changes to the
specified Satellite Radio mode.
Satellite function
You need to enter the SAT OPTION to perform
the Satellite function.
SAT OPTION
1 . During Sirius or XM mode, touch the [ ]
key to switch to ADJ menu.
2 . Select OPTION in the menu to enter SAT
OPTION mode.
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
3 . Slide along [
key, the SAT OPTION mode changed as
following order:
“P.CH MEMORY”
“PRESET SCAN”
“CATEGORY SCAN”
Displaying channel labels
] key to select the desired chan1. Touch the [
nel label.
CATEGORY TITLE ARTIST
RADIO TEXT
CATEGORY...
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Channel selection
Selecting a band
1. Touch the [ ] key to select a band.
This changes the reception band as follows:
“XM”: XM1 XM2 XM3 XM1 ...
“SIRIUS”: SR1 SR2 SR3 SR1 ...
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Information displayed during
reception
The following information is displayed when the
satellite radio cannot be received normally.
When the tuner is turned on the first time or
after a reset: “UPDATING”
When a channel is being tuned in (no signal
is yet received):
XM: “LOADING”, SIRIUS: “ACQUIRING”
A channel without a broadcast has been
selected:
XM: “CH UNAVAIL”, SIRIUS: “INVALID
CH”
A channel not covered by your contract:
XM: “UPDATING”, SIRIUS: “CALL 888”
“539-SIRI” (alternated)
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Satellite Radio Operations
1. Channels are selected with the [
key.
] or [
]
∗ For details see the following operation descriptions.
Note:
The audio output is muted and other button operations are not accepted during channel selection.
Tuning mode
There are two channel selection modes: quick
tuning mode and step tuning mode.
Quick tuning
1. Touch and hold the [
1 second or longer.
Step tuning
1. Touch the [
] or [
] or [
] key for
] key.
Recalling a preset station
A total of 18 satellite radio stations can be
stored.
“XM”: 6-XM1, 6-XM2 and 6-XM3
“SIRIUS”: 6-SR1, 6-SR2 and 6-SR3
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English
Satellite Radio Operations
This allows you to store your favorite satellite radio stations in memory for later recall.
There are 2 methods to recall a preset station.
Method 1:
3 - 1 . Select “P.CH MEMORY”.
3 - 2 . Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ] key
to select the desired preset station.
3 - 4 . Touch [ENT] key for less than 1 second to
recall the stored radio frequency.
Method 2:
1 . Touch the [ ] key to select the desired band.
2 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ] key
to select the desired preset station.
3 . Touch [ENT] key to recall the stored radio
frequency.
Preset memory
] key to select the desired
1. Touch the [
band.
3 - 1 . Select “P.CH MEMORY”.
3 - 2 . Touch [
] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to select the preset channel number to
be stored.
3 - 4 . Touch [ENT] key for 2 seconds to store the
frequency into the selected preset channel.
3 - 5 . “MEMORY” is displayed for 2 seconds before
revert to main display.
Notes:
When the category selection mode is entered, the
category of the last received channel is displayed
first.
The category selection mode is canceled when no
channel with the selected category can be found.
If the [ ] / [ ] key are not touched within 7 seconds, the category selection mode is canceled, and
resumes to the Channel mode.
Recalling a preset category
] key for more than 1 second to
Touch the [
select the category selection mode.
3 - 1 . Select “P.CH MEMORY”.
3 - 2 . Touch [
] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ] key
to select the desired preset category.
3 - 4 . Touch [ENT] for less than 1 second to recall
the preset category.
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] key for more than 1 second to
Touch the [
select the category selection mode.
3 - 1 . Select “P.CH MEMORY”.
3 - 2 . Touch [
] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to select the preset category number to
be stored.
3 - 4 . Touch [ENT] for 2 seconds to store the category into the selected preset memory.
3 - 5 . “MEMORY” is displayed for 2 seconds before
revert to main display.
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Receiving stations selected by
category
Satellite Radio allows you to select broadcast
channel category (contents).
1. Touch the [ ] key for more than 1 second to
select the category selection mode.
∗ If touch for more than 1 second again, returns
to the channel selection mode.
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ] key
2. Slide along [
to change the category item.
3. Touch the [ ] or [ ] key to tune in a station.
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Notes:
When the name of a channel stored in memory is
changed by a broadcasting channel, the display
may show a channel name that differs from the
stored name.
A channel stored in memory may be discontinued
at the option of the broadcasting channel.
If no operation is performed for more than 1 second,
category seek tuning can automatically tune in a
receivable broadcast channel category.
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Scan function
There are two scan modes: the category scan
mode and the preset scan mode.
During scanning channels are displayed in abbreviated form, the display mode cannot be
switched.
Preset scan (PRESET SCAN)
A preset scan scans the channels (up to 18 channels) stored in the preset memory about every
10 seconds.
3 - 1 . Select “PRESET SCAN”.
3 - 2 . Touch [ENT] to start scan preset channel.
3 - 3 . When a desired station is tuned in, touch
the [ ] / [ ] key to continue receiving that
station.
Category scan (CATEGORY SCAN)
In a category scan, broadcast channels in the
same category as the current channel are selected about every 10 seconds.
3 - 1 . Select “CATEGORY SCAN”.
3 - 2 . Touch [ENT] key to start category scan.
3 - 3 . When a desired channel is tuned in, touch
the [ ] / [ ] key to stay in that channel.
Security code
This unit can deter theft by checking registered
security code if security code is registered. The
security code is registered in the Adjustment
mode “CODE” item.
For first time installation, no security code is required.
If security code is registered, changing or disconnecting the vehicle battery will cause the security
code input to be requested for activation. “INPUT
0000” will be displayed and “0000” is blinking.
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Common Operations
Satellite Radio Operations
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ] key
1. Slide along [
to choose 1~6 to input the security code.
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2. Touch [
] key to go on with the next digit.
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Category scanning is not available when no category is defined for the current channel.
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3. Touch [ ] key to confirm during finish input
the 4 security code.
4. Successful password input will power ON the
unit.
! CAUTION
If entered code is wrong, "----" will be displayed
for a given period during which no operation
can be performed. After the locking peroid,
"INPUT 0000" will be displayed again. For
mistakes less than 7 times, the locking time
will be 15 seconds; from 7th time onwards, the
locking time will be 15 minutes.
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Common Operations
Adjustment Mode
1. Touch the [ ] key to switch to ADJ menu.
2. Select “SETTING” in the menu to enter setting
mode.
] or touch
3. Each time you slide along the [
[ ]/[ ] key, the setting mode changed as
following order:
“DISP BRIGHT”
“CLOCK EDIT”
“CODE”
“SCREEN SAVER”
“BEEP”
“AUTO SCROLL”
“DIMMER”
“SCROLL SPEED”
“BLINKING LED”
“AMP CANCEL”
“TEL SWITCH”
“SYSTEM CHECK”
Setting the beep
∗ The factory default setting is “ON”.
Select “BEEP”.
Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Touch the [
]/[ ] key to select “ON” or
“OFF”.
3-1.
3-2.
Setting the code
3-1.
3-2.
Select “CODE”.
Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
∗ If no operation is performed for more than 10
seconds, ADJ mode is cancelled and the display
returns to the previous mode.
Setting the clock
Select “CLOCK EDIT”.
3 - 2 . Touch [
] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along the [
] or touch [ ]/[ ] key
to adjust the value.
3 - 4 . Touch [ ] key to switch to minute adjustment
or touch [ ] key to switch to hour adjustment.
3 - 5 . During finish adjustment, touch [ENT] key
for 2 seconds to memory the new setting
value.
3-1.
When no code is registered
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to adjust the value.
3 - 4 . Touch [
] / [ ] key to set the previous or
next digit.
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Setting the display brightness
You can adjust the display brightness to match
the angle of installation of the unit.
∗ The factory default setting is “5”.
(Adjustment level: 1 to 8)
Select “DISP BRIGHT”.
Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to adjust the value.
3-1.
3-2.
Notes:
If both the dimmer and the car’s illumination are
turned on, “ILLUMI ON” and the adjustment value
will be displayed. If the dimmer is turned on and
the car’s illumination is turned off, “ILLUMI OFF”
and the adjustment value will be displayed.
If the dimmer is turned off, only the adjustment value
will be displayed.
The display brightness level setting during dimmer
and car’s illumination are turned on has independent adjustment value.
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3-5.
During finish adjustment, touch [ENT] key
for 2 seconds to memory the new setting
value.
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3-6.
Turning the screen saver function on
or off
“MEMORY XXXX” will be displayed for 2 seconds where “XXXX” is the entered digits.
Note:
White down your personal code in case you forget
it.
This unit is provided with the screen saver function which allows you to show various kinds of
patterns in the operation status indication area
of the display in a random order. You can turn
on or off this function. If the button operation is
performed with the screen saver function on, the
operation display corresponding to the button operation is shown for about 30 seconds and the
display returns to the screen saver display.
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∗ The factory default setting is “ON”.
Select “SCREEN SAVER”.
Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to select “ON” or “OFF”.
When code is registered
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to input the registered code.
3 - 4 . Touch [
] / [ ] key to set the previous or
next digit.
3-1.
3-2.
Setting the method for title scroll
Set how to scroll in MP3/WMA/AAC title.
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Select “AUTO SCROLL”.
Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to select “ON” or “OFF”.
3-1.
3-5.
3-6.
During finish adjustment, touch [ENT] key for
2 seconds to confirm.
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If successfully delete the registered code,
“DELETED” will be displayed for 2 seconds
and back to 1st item.
3-2.
ON
To scroll automatically.
OFF
To scroll just 1 time.
Setting the scroll speed
This function allows you to adjust the speed of
the title scroll.
∗ The factory default setting is “3”.
Select “SCROLL SPEED”.
Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Slide along [
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ]
key to adjust the speed value. (Parameter
range: 1~5)
3-1.
3-2.
3-7.
If unsuccessfully delete the registered code,
“FAILED” will be displayed for 2 seconds and
back to the “INPUT 0000” display.
Setting the dimmer control
You can set the dimmer control “ON” or “OFF”.
∗ The factory default setting is “ON”.
Select “DIMMER”.
Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Touch the [
] / [ ] key to select “ON” or
“OFF”.
3-1.
3-2.
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Anti-theft indicator
The red Anti-theft indicator is a function for preventing theft.
∗ The factory default setting is “OFF”.
Select “BLINKING LED”.
Touch [ ] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Touch the [
] / [ ] key to select “ON” or
“OFF”.
3-1.
3-2.
Setting the external amplifier
When an external amplifier is used, the noise can
be decreased by turning off the power supply of
the internal amplifier.
∗ The factory default setting is “OFF”.
Select “AMP CANCEL”.
3 - 2 . Touch [
] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Touch the [
] / [ ] key to select “ON” or
“OFF”.
3-1.
ON
Use with connected AMP.
OFF
Use for inside AMP.
If you connect this unit and your cellular phone
with a separately sold unit, you can listen to your
telephone calls on your car speakers.
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AUX function
This system has an external input jack on the
rear panel so you can listen to sounds and music
from external devices connected to this unit.
Selecting AUX IN sensitivity
Select “TEL SWITCH”.
3 - 2 . Touch [
] key to enter detail setting stage.
3 - 3 . Touch the [ ] / [ ] key to select “ON”, “OFF”
or “MUTE”.
Make the following settings to select the sensitivity when sounds from external devices connected to this unit are difficult to hear even after
adjusting the volume.
ON
You can listen to your telephone calls from
the speakers connected to this unit.
1. During AUX mode, touch the [ ] key to switch
to ADJ menu.
2. Select OPTION in the menu to enter AUX OPTION mode.
3. Select “AUX SENSE” and touch [ ] key to
enter detail setting stage.
] slider or touch [ ]/[ ] key
4. Slide along [
to select “HIGH”, “MID” or “LOW”.
3-1.
OFF
This unit continues normal operation even
when the cellular phone is used.
MUTE
The sound from this unit is muted during
telephone calls.
Notes:
This unit requires hands-free kit that supports
[AUX] input as a source of cellular phone audio
input. Please consult your local authorized Clarion
dealer for more information on the hands free kit
offered.
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Performing a system check
This function allows you to perform a system
check from the adjust mode when required.
3 - 1 . Select “SYSTEM CHECK”.
3 - 2 . Touch [ENT] key. “SYSTEM CHECK” appears in the display.
3 - 3 . After finish checking, this unit will switch to
previous mode.
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Cellular phone interrupt setting
∗ The factory default setting is “OFF”.
If connecting a hands-free kit, please ensure the
setting is ON to receive the telephone audio through
the system.
When listening to your calls on your car speakers,
you can adjust the volume.
The factory default setting for this volume is “VOL
15”.
This unit requires special wiring to mute the audio
signal automatically when a cellular telephone rings
in the car.
This function is not compatible with all cellular
telephones. Please contact your local authorized
Clarion dealer for information on proper installation
and compatibility.
∗ The factory default setting is “MID”.
Note:
When AUX mode is selected, AUX IN sensitivity
can be set.
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Problem
Cause
Replace with a fuse of the same amperage.
If the fuse blows again, consult your nearest
service dealers.
Incorrect wiring.
Consult your nearest service dealers.
No sound output when
operating the unit with
a m p l i fi e r s o r p o w e r
antenna attached.
Power antenna lead is
shorted to ground or
excessive current is
required for remote-on
the amplifiers or power
antenna.
1. Turn the unit off.
2. Remove all wires attached to the power
antenna lead. Check each wire for a possible
short to ground using an ohm meter.
3. Turn the unit back on.
4. Reconnect each amplifier remote wire
to the power antenna lead one by one.
If the amplifiers turn off before all wires
are attached, use an external relay to
provide remote-on voltage (excessive current
required).
No sound heard.
The speaker protection
circuit is operating.
1. Turn down sound volume. Function can
also be restored by turning the power off
and on again. (Speaker volume is reduced
automatically when the speaker protection
circuit operates).
2. If the sound is muted again, consult our
service department.
Problem
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Cause
Measure
The device contains no
MP3/WMA/AAC files.
Record MP3/WMA/AAC files properly to the
device.
The files are not proper
MP3/WMA/AAC format.
Use only properly encoded MP3/WMA/AAC
files.
Connectors are loose.
Disconnect the device and reconnect
securely.
Sound is interrupted or
has noise.
The MP3/WMA/AAC files
are improperly encoded.
Use only properly encoded MP3/WMA/AAC
files.
The device isn’t
recognized.
The device is damaged.
Disconnect the device and reconnect. If the
device is still not recognized, try replacing with
a different device.
No sound heard.
USB/iPod
Measure
Fuse is blown.
General
Power does not turn on.
(No sound is produced)
1
Can’t insert the device.
Connectors are loose.
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According to the state of
operation on the device,
the communication fault
is caused.
Disconnect the device and reconnect
securely.
The device has been
inserted improperly.
Try reversing the connection direction of the
device (usually the brand name surface should
be facing left).
The connector is broken.
Replace with a new device.
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Error Display
USB/iPod
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Cause
Measure
ERROR 2
The files are not proper MP3/WMA/
AAC format.
Use only properly encoded MP3/
WMA/AAC files.
ERROR 3
(USB mode)
The MP3/WMA/AAC files are
improperly encoded.
Use only properly encoded MP3/
WMA/AAC files.
The iPod contains no audio files.
Insert an iPod containing audio
files.
CUR ERR
Over current detection.
Disconnect the devices and
reconnect. If the devices are still
not recognized, try replacing with
a different devices.
HUB ERR
Do not support the HUB devices.
Do not use the HUB devices.
ERROR 3
(iPod mode)
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FM tuner
Audio
Maximum Power Output: 200 W (50 W X 4 ch)
Bass Control Action (100 Hz): ±14 dB
Frequency Range: 87.9 MHz to 107.9 MHz
Usable Sensitivity: 11 dBf
Middle Control Action (1 kHz): ±14 dB
Treble Control Action (10 kHz): ±14 dB
50 dB Quieting Sensitivity: 17 dBf
Alternate Channel Selectivity: 60 dB
Stereo Separation (1 kHz): 30 dB
Frequency Response (±3 dB): 30 Hz to 15 kHz
AM tuner
Frequency Range: AM 530 kHz to 1710 kHz
Usable Sensitivity: 28µV
USB 1.1 and 2.0 compatible with a maximum
transfer rates of up to 12Mbps. (Full speed)
MP3
Decode Format MPEG 1, 2 and 2.5 - Layer 3
Bit-rate (kbps)
WMA
Sampling rate
(kHz)
Bit-rate (kbps)
AAC
Sampling rate
(kHz)
Bit-rate (kbps)
Line Output (with A/C 1 kHz, 10 kΩ): 1.8 V
General
Power Supply Voltage:
14.4 V DC (10.8 V to 15.6 V allowable), negative
ground
Current Consumption: Less than 15 A
Speaker Impedance: 4 Ω (4 Ω to 8 Ω allowable)
USB
Sampling rate
(kHz)
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MPEG-1: 32, 44.1, 48
MPEG-2: 16, 22.05, 24
MPEG-2.5: 8, 11.025, 12
MPEG-1: 32 - 320
MPEG-2: 8 - 160
MPEG-2.5: 8 - 160
VBR
Weight: 1.91 lb. (0.867 kg)
Dimensions:
178 mm Width X 50 mm Height X 154.2 mm
Depth
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32, 44.1, 48
32, 36, 40, 44, 48, 64, 128,
160, 192 (WMA V2/V7/V8)
64, 80, 96, 128, 160kbps
(WMA V9L1)
Notes:
Specifications comply with JEITA Standards.
Specifications and design are subject to change
without notice for further improvement.
Please make sure when connecting external power
amplifier, that you properly, to the car chassis,
ground the amplifier.
If this is not done, severe damage to the source
unit may happen.
8, 11.025, 12, 16, 22.05, 24,
32, 44.1, 48 (kHz)
8-320 kbps
Folder Level Limit: 8 Level
Folder Support: 512
File Support: 255 per folder
Power Output:
Total File Support: 130560
Folder Name: Maximum 64 single bytes
alphabetical letters
File Name: Maximum 64 single bytes
alphabetical letters
18 W RMS x 4 Channels at 4 Ω and 1%
THD+N
Signal to Noise Ratio:
87 dBA (reference: 1 W into 4Ω)
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For USA and Canada only
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There are many benefits to registering your product. We invite you to visit our website at
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Owner’s manual
Mode d’emploi
Istruzioni per l’uso
Contents
1. FEATURES ............................................................................................................................. 2
2. CONTROLS ............................................................................................................................ 3
MAIN UNIT .............................................................................................................................. 3
3. NOMENCLATURE .................................................................................................................. 4
Names of the Keys and Their Functions ................................................................................. 4
Slider's Key Operation ............................................................................................................ 5
Display Items ........................................................................................................................... 6
OEL Display ............................................................................................................................. 6
4. PRECAUTIONS ...................................................................................................................... 7
5. REMOTE CONTROL .............................................................................................................. 8
Inserting the Battery ................................................................................................................. 8
Functions of Remote Control Unit Buttons .............................................................................. 9
6. OPERATIONS ....................................................................................................................... 10
Basic Operations ................................................................................................................... 10
Radio Mode Operations ........................................................................................................ 15
USB Operations .................................................................................................................... 17
iPod Operations ..................................................................................................................... 21
Satelite Radio Operations ..................................................................................................... 25
Common Operations ............................................................................................................. 27
7. TROUBLESHOOTING .......................................................................................................... 31
8. ERROR DISPLAYS .............................................................................................................. 32
9. SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................ 33
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USB/MP3/WMA/AAC RECEIVER / CeNET CONTROL
RÉCEPTEUR USB/MP3/WMA/AAC / CONTRÔLE CeNET
RECEPTOR USB/MP3/WMA/AAC / CONTROL CeNET
1. FEATURES
OEL Display and Touch Sensor Operation.
BBE MP for compressed Audio Improvement.
USB Direct Connection for iPod ® .
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