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Operation Manual
AUDIO MASTER UNIT
AXM-P90RS
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Contents
Thank you for buying this Pioneer product.
Please read through these operating instructions so you will know how to operate
your model properly. After you have finished reading the instructions, keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.
Before You Start
About this unit 3
Visit our website 3
In case of trouble 4
Use and care of the remote control 4
Resetting the microprocessor 5
What’s What
Display unit 6
Card remote control 6
Steering remote control 7
Connections
Connecting the power cable 27
Connecting the audio processor 28
Connecting the Pioneer IP-BUS devices 29
Connecting the AUX devices 30
Selecting the input setting switch 31
Using the speaker-RCA conversion cable 31
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Installation
Installing the hide-away unit 32
Installing the display unit 33
Installing the steering remote control 37
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Basic Operations
Turning the unit on 8
Selecting a source 8
Adjusting the volume 8
Turning the unit off 8
Additional Information
Troubleshooting 39
Specifications 40
Initial Settings
Adjusting initial settings 9
Setting the clock 9
Setting the display appearance 10
Configure the general settings 11
Setting the menu lock 11
Setting the audio processor 11
Available accessories
Playing songs on iPod 13
Multi-CD Player 15
DVD Player 18
TV tuner 21
Auxiliary (AUX) devices 22
Audio unit control
Controlling the audio processor 24
Differentia of the audio function 24
Other Functions
Other Functions 25
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Before You Start
Private households in the member states of
the EU, in Switzerland and Norway may return
their used electronic products free of charge
to designated collection facilities or to a retailer (if you purchase a similar new one).
For countries not mentioned above, please
contact your local authorities for the correct
method of disposal.
By doing so you will ensure that your disposed
product undergoes the necessary treatment,
recovery and recycling and thus prevent potential negative effects on the environment
and human health.
— Devices with RCA output; This unit controls them as AUX1 Main or
AUX2 AUX.
— Devices with digital output; This unit
controls it as AUX3 Digital.
— Devices with 3.5 mm mini plug; This
unit controls it as AUX4 MiniPlug.
— Devices with Pioneer IP-BUS; This unit
controls it as AUX5 IP-BUS.
! If the equipment you want to connect as an
AUX unit does not have an RCA output, the
supplied speaker-RCA conversion cable
can be used. For details, refer to Using the
speaker-RCA conversion cable on page 31.
Before You Start
If you want to dispose this product, do not mix
it with general household waste. There is a separate collection system for used electronic
products in accordance with legislation that requires proper treatment, recovery and recycling.
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CAUTION
! Do not allow this unit to come into contact
with liquids. Electrical shock could result.
Also, damage to this unit, smoke, and overheating could result from contact with liquids.
! Keep this manual handy as a reference for operating procedures and precautions.
! Always keep the volume low enough so that
you can hear sounds from outside the vehicle.
! Protect this unit from moisture.
! If the battery is disconnected or discharged,
the preset memory will be erased and must be
reprogrammed.
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About this unit
This unit is designed to control the Pioneer
Audio Processor (e.g. RS-A9 or DEQ-P90).
Using this unit converts the sound from your
car audio into the high quality sound of the
Pioneer audio processor without combining
the Pioneer ODR series CD Player or Pioneer
Reference series CD Player.
Also, the supplied remote control can control
the separately sold Pioneer DVD player (e.g.
XDV-P6), Pioneer Multi-CD player, Pioneer
iPod adaptor (e.g. CD-IB100B) and Pioneer TV
tuner.
! This unit can control five devices as AUX
sources. The following devices can be connected to this unit.
Visit our website
Visit us at the following site:
! Register your product. We will keep the details of your purchase on file to help you
refer to this information in the event of an
insurance claim such as loss or theft.
! We offer the latest information about
Pioneer Corporation on our website.
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Before You Start
In case of trouble
Should this product fail to operate properly,
contact your dealer or nearest authorized
Pioneer Service Station.
Use and care of the remote
control
Installing the battery
Slide the tray on the back of the remote control out and insert the battery with the plus (+)
and minus (–) poles pointing in the proper direction.
! When using for the first time, pull out the
film protruding from the tray.
Card remote control
! Remove the battery if the remote control is not
used for a month or longer.
! There is a danger of explosion if the battery is
incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the
same or equivalent type.
! Do not handle the battery with metallic tools.
! Do not store the battery with metallic objects.
! In the event of battery leakage, wipe the remote control completely clean and install a
new battery.
! When disposing of used batteries, please
comply with governmental regulations or environmental public institutions’ rules that
apply in your country/area.
! Always check carefully that you are loading
the battery with its plus (+) and minus (–)
poles facing the proper directions.
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Using the remote control
Important
Steering remote control
WARNING
Keep the battery out of the reach of children.
Should the battery be swallowed, consult a doctor immediately.
! Do not store the remote control in high temperatures or direct sunlight.
! Do not let the remote control fall onto the
floor, where it may become jammed under the
brake or accelerator pedal.
! If any of the following problems occur, immediately stop using the unit and consult the
dealer from whom you purchased it.
— Smoke is coming from the unit.
— Abnormal odor is coming from the unit.
— A foreign object has entered the unit.
— Liquid has been spilled on or into the unit.
If you continue to use this unit without finding
a remedy, the unit may be damaged badly, resulting in a serious accident or fire.
! Do not disassemble or modify this unit. To do
so may cause a malfunction.
! Do not operate this unit while manipulating
the steering wheel as it might result in a traffic
accident.
CAUTION
! Use one CR2025 (3 V) lithium battery.
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Card remote control
! Point the remote control in the direction of
the remote control sensor to operate.
! The remote control may not function properly in direct sunlight.
DIP
switch
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1-4
2-3
2-4
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SOURCE
SOURCE
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VOLUME (+)
VOLUME (–)
! If DIP switch is selected to 1-3 or 2-3, the
steering remote control controls this unit.
! If DIP switch is selected to 1-4 or 2-4, this
steering remote control can be used as a
general purpose for Pioneer unit.
Before You Start
! If you need to operate this unit while driving,
look ahead carefully to avoid being involved in
a traffic accident.
! Do not leave this steering remote control free
(unattached). When stopping the car or turning, the unit might drop on the floor. If the unit
rolls under the brake pedal, it might prevent
the driver from braking properly, causing serious problems. Be sure to fix the steering remote control to the steering wheel.
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Resetting the microprocessor
The microprocessor must be reset under the
following conditions:
! Prior to using this unit for the first time
after installation
! If the unit fails to operate properly
! When strange or incorrect messages appear on the display
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Steering remote control
! Key assignment can be changed by selecting the DIP switch.
% Press RESET with a pen tip or other
pointed instrument.
DIP switch
! Key assignment conversion chart
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DIP
switch
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1-4
2-3
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VOLUME (–)
VOLUME (+)
RESET button
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1 Display off indicator
Lights up when the display indication is
turned off.
2 Information display
Display information for each connectedsource and its settings.
Card remote control
1 CD/DVD button
Press to select a iPod (iPod), Multi CD (CD
player) or DVD (DVD player) source .
2 TV button
Press to select a TV (TV) source.
3 AUX/EXT button
Press to select an AUX (AUX) or External
(external) source.
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4 SOURCE button
Press to cycle through all the available
sources. Press and hold to turn the source
off.
5 PAUSE button
Press to turn pause on or off.
6 BAND button
Press to select among two TV bands and to
cancel the control mode of functions.
7 Thumb pad
Move to perform manual seek tuning, fast
forward, reverse and track search controls.
Also used for controlling functions.
Click and hold to change between normal
playback display and menu setting display.
! Clicking and holding thumb pad corresponds to the opening or closing operation of the remote control cover
described in the audio processor’s manual. For details, refer to audio processor’s
owner’s manual.
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Press to perform manual seek tuning, fast
forward, reverse and track search controls.
Also used for controlling functions.
8 DISPLAY button
Press to display different information on the
selected channel. Press and hold to switch
the scroll setting.
9 DISPLAY OFF button
Press and hold to turn the display indication
off or on to reduce noise.
What’s What
Steering remote control
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Press to select and control functions.
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b RETURN button
Press to change to the menu setting display
from the detail setting display.
c SHIFT button
Press to change to the detail setting display
from the menu setting display.
d VOLUME buttons
Press to increase or decrease the volume.
e MENU button
Press to cycle through audio menus; Main
(main menu), Equalizer (equalizer menu) or
Network (network menu).
f ATT button
Press to quickly lower the volume level by
about 90%. Press once more to return to the
original volume level.
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Basic Operations
Turning the unit on
% Press SOURCE to turn the unit on.
When you select a source, the unit is turned
on.
Selecting a source
% Press SOURCE to select a source.
Press SOURCE repeatedly to switch between
the following sources:
TV (television)—S-DVD (DVD player/multiDVD player)—Multi CD (multi-CD player)—
iPod (iPod)—External (external unit 1)—
External (external unit 2)—AUX1 Main
(AUX1)—AUX2 AUX (AUX2)—AUX3 Digital
(AUX3)—AUX4 MiniPlug (AUX4)—
AUX5 IP-BUS (AUX5)
— When there is no magazine in the multiCD player.
— When there is no magazine in the multiDVD player.
— When there is no disc in the DVD player.
— When AUX (auxiliary input) is set to off
(refer to page 11).
! External unit refers to a Pioneer product (such
as ones available in the future) that, although
incompatible as a source, enables control of
basic functions with this unit. Two external
units can be controlled with this unit. When
two external units are connected, the allocation to external unit 1 or external unit 2 is automatically set by this unit.
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% Press CD/DVD, TV or AUX/EXT to select
a source.
Press each button repeatedly to switch between the following sources:
! CD/DVD:
S-DVD (DVD player/multi-DVD player)—
Multi CD (multi-CD player)—iPod (iPod)—
Sources off
! TV:
Television (television)—Sources off
! AUX/EXT:
External (external unit 1)—External (external unit 2)—AUX1 Main (AUX1)—
AUX2 AUX (AUX2)—AUX3 Digital (AUX3)
—AUX4 MiniPlug (AUX4)—AUX5 IP-BUS
(AUX5)—Source off
Adjusting the volume
% Use VOLUME to adjust the sound level.
Press to increase or decrease the volume.
Turning the unit off
% Press SOURCE and hold until the unit
turns off.
Notes
! In the following cases, the sound source will
not change:
— When no unit corresponding to the selected source is connected.
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Initial Settings
Adjusting initial settings
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Setting the clock
Use these instructions to set the clock.
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Using the initial settings, you can customize
various system settings to achieve optimal performance from this unit.
1 Initial setting screen
Shows the function names and status.
1 Press SOURCE and hold until the unit
turns off.
% Press FUNC 1 on the initial setting
screen.
Initial Settings
Switching to clock adjustment
screen
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Clock adjustment screen is displayed and the
clock can now be set.
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# Pressing CD/DVD, TV or AUX/EXT can also
turn this unit off.
2 Press SHIFT to display the initial setting
display.
Clock adjustment menu, display setting menu,
general setting menu and menu lock can be
selected from this screen.
3 Press FUNC 1 to FUNC 5 to select the desired setting.
FUNC 1: Press to switch to the clock adjustment menu. (Setting the clock on this page)
FUNC 2: Press to switch to the display setting
menu. (Setting the display appearance on the
next page)
FUNC 3: Press to switch to the general setting
menu. (Configure the general settings on page
11)
FUNC 4: Press to turn the menu lock on or off.
(Setting the menu lock on page 11)
FUNC 5: Press to switch to the audio processor setting menu. (Setting the audio processor
on page 11)
Setting the clock
1 Move the thumb pad to select the segment of the clock display you wish to set.
Moving the thumb pad left or right will select
one segment of the clock display:
Hour—Minute
2 Move the thumb pad to set the clock.
Moving the thumb pad up will increase the selected hour or minute. Moving the thumb pad
down will decrease the selected hour or minute.
Setting the clock by the time signal
% Press FUNC 2 on the clock adjustment
screen.
Pressing FUNC 2 will reset the minutes segment.
If 00 to 29, the minutes are rounded down.
(e.g., 10:18 becomes 10:00.)
If 30 to 59, the minutes are rounded up. (e.g.,
10:36 becomes 11:00.)
4 Press BAND to exit the initial setting
display.
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Initial Settings
Turning the off clock display on
or off
Switching the dimmer setting
If the off clock display is turned on, the clock
appears on the display when the sources are
off.
To prevent the display from being too bright at
night, the display is automatically dimmed
when the car’s headlights are turned on. You
can turn the dimmer on or off.
% Press FUNC 1 on the clock adjustment
screen.
Pressing FUNC 1 repeatedly will turn the clock
display on or off.
% Press FUNC 1 on the display setting
screen.
Pressing FUNC 1 repeatedly will turn the dimmer on or off.
Returning to the initial setting
screen
Selecting the wallpaper pattern
% Press RETURN.
Pressing RETURN takes you back to the initial
setting display.
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% Press FUNC 2 on the display setting
screen.
Pressing FUNC 2 repeatedly will switch the
display wallpaper.
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Setting the display
appearance
Switching to display setting screen
% Press FUNC 2 on the initial setting
screen.
Display setting screen is displayed. Display
settings can now be set.
Adjusting the brightness
You can adjust the display brightness.
Switching the reverse mode
If you do not perform an operation for about
30 seconds, screen indications start to reverse,
and continue reversing every 10 seconds.
% Press FUNC 3 on the display setting
screen.
Pressing FUNC 3 repeatedly will turn the reverse mode on or off.
Returning to the initial setting
screen
% Press RETURN.
Pressing RETURN takes you back to the initial
setting display.
% Move the thumb pad to adjust the
brightness level.
Moving the thumb pad left or right increases
or decreases the brightness level.
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Setting the confirmation sound
Switching to general setting
screen
The short beep that sounds when operating
this unit can be turned on or off.
! This function is effective only when the remote control sensor is installed.
% Press FUNC 3 on the initial setting
screen.
General setting screen is displayed and general settings are now available.
Switching the auxiliary setting
This unit can control up to five auxiliary devices. Each auxiliary device’s setting must be
activated independently in order to connect
and use with this unit. Before using auxiliary
devices, be sure to configure this setting.
% Press FUNC 3 on the general setting
screen.
Pressing FUNC 3 repeatedly will turn the confirmation beep sound on or off.
Initial Settings
Configure the general settings
Returning to the initial setting
screen
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Pressing RETURN takes you back to the initial
setting display.
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Setting the menu lock
1 Press FUNC 1 on the general setting
screen.
AUX setting screen is displayed and AUX settings are now available.
Menu lock avoids the readjusting of audio settings. If menu lock is turned on, all audio adjustment are turned off.
2 Press the button (FUNC 1 to FUNC 5)
that has auxiliary device assigned.
Pressing the button (FUNC 1 to FUNC 5) repeatedly will turn the auxiliary device on or off
independently.
Setting the menu lock
Setting the battery voltage
indication
Shows the battery voltage.
! Voltage indicator may differ from the actual
voltage level.
% Press FUNC 2 on the general setting
screen.
Pressing FUNC 2 repeatedly will turn the battery voltage indication on or off.
% Press FUNC 4 on the initial setting
screen.
Pressing FUNC 4 repeatedly will turn the
menu lock on or off.
Setting the audio processor
In order to use this system correctly, this unit
needs to be adapted to the connected audio
processor. Before using this system, set this
function correctly.
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Setting the audio processor
1 Press FUNC 5 on the initial setting
screen.
Audio processor setting screen is displayed
and audio processor settings are now available.
2 Press FUNC 1 to FUNC 4 to select the
connected audio processor.
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DEQ: When DEQ-P90 is connected.
A9: When RS-A9 is connected.
P90: When RS-P90 is connected.
P70: When RS-P70x ( II) is connected.
— RS-P70x ( II) is only available in Japan.
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Browsing for a song
Listening to songs on your iPod
Operations to control an iPod with this unit is
designed to be as close to the iPod to make
operation and song search easy.
! If the characters recorded on the iPod are
not compatible with this unit, those characters will not be displayed.
You can use this unit to control an interface
adapter for iPod, which is sold separately.
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1 Song number indicator
Shows the number of the song playing.
2 Play time indicator
3 Text information
1 Move the thumb pad up or down to select a category.
Moving the thumb pad up or down selects the
category in the following order:
PLAYLIST (playlists)—ARTIST (artists)—
ALBUM (albums)—SONG (songs)—GENRE
(genres)
List for the selected category is displayed.
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List for the selected category is displayed.
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Playing songs on iPod
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1 Press SOURCE to select the iPod.
While connected to this unit, PIONEER (or
(check mark)) is displayed on the iPod.
# Pressing CD/DVD can also select iPod.
2 To perform fast forward or reverse,
hold the thumb pad left or right.
3 To skip back or forward to another
track, move the thumb pad left or right.
Moving the thumb pad right skips to the start
of the next song. Moving it left once skips to
the start of the current song. Moving it left
again will skip to the previous song.
# You can start playback throughout the selected category by holding the thumb pad right.
3 Move the thumb pad up or down to select a playlist, song list, album list, artist list
or genre list from the lists.
Moving the thumb pad up or down switches
the list.
4 Move the thumb pad right to determine the list.
Lists for the selected list are displayed.
5 Repeat steps 3 and 4 to find a song you
want to listen to.
Notes
! If an error message is displayed, refer to the
interface adapter for iPod owner’s manual.
! When the ignition switch is set to ACC or ON,
the iPod’s battery is charged while the iPod is
connected to this unit.
! While the iPod is connected to this unit, the
iPod cannot be turned on or off.
! Before connecting the dock connector to the
iPod, disconnect the headphones.
! The iPod is turned off about two minutes after
the ignition switch is set to OFF.
# When you selected GENRE, ARTIST, ALBUM
or SONG, you can start playback throughout the
selected list. To do this, hold the thumb pad right.
# To return to the previous group of list titles,
move the thumb pad left.
# To return to the category select display, hold
the thumb pad left.
Selecting a playlist
You can select a playlist from your iPod.
! If the characters recorded on the iPod are
not compatible with this unit, those characters will not be displayed.
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! If playlist has been selected, first, this unit
shows playlist of your iPod’s name. This
plays all the songs in your iPod.
% Move the thumb pad up or down to select a playlist.
# Playlist name is displayed for four seconds.
# If no songs have been stored in the playlist,
STOP is displayed and playback stops.
Displaying text information on
iPod
% Press DISPLAY to select the desired text
information.
Track number, play time and song title—track
number, play time and artist name—track
number, play time and album title
You can scroll the text information to the left by
pressing and holding DISPLAY.
Function control
Repeating play
For playback of the songs on the iPod, there
are two repeat play ranges: REPEAT ONE (repeat one song) and REPEAT ALL (repeat all
songs in the list).
! While REPEAT is set to REPEAT ONE, you
cannot select other songs.
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screen.
Pressing FUNC 1 repeatedly will turn repeat
play on or off.
Press FUNC 1 repeatedly until the desired setting appears in the display.
! REPEAT ONE – Repeat the current song
! REPEAT ALL – Repeat all songs in the selected list
Playing songs in a random
order (shuffle)
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1 Function control screen
Shows the function names and status.
1 Click and hold the thumb pad to display
the function control screen.
2 Press FUNC 1 to FUNC 6 to control the
desired function.
FUNC 1: Press to control repeat play. (Repeating play on this page)
FUNC 2: Press to control shuffle play. (Playing
songs in a random order (shuffle) on this page)
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3 Click and hold the thumb pad to exit
the function control screen.
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# If the characters recorded on the iPod are not
compatible with this unit, those characters will
not be displayed.
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FUNC 3: Press to control pause. (Pausing a
song on the next page)
FUNC 6: Press to control the display indication. (Switching the display on the next page)
For playback of songs on the iPod, there are
two random play methods: SHUFFLE SONGS
(play back songs in a random order) and
SHUFFLE ALBUMS (play back albums in a
random order).
% Press FUNC 2 on the function control
screen.
Press FUNC 2 repeatedly until the desired setting appears in the display.
! SHUFFLE SONGS – Play back songs in the
selected list in random order.
! SHUFFLE ALBUMS – Play back songs from
a randomly selected album in order.
! SHUFFLE OFF – Cancel random play
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Pausing a song
Multi-CD Player
% Press FUNC 3 on the function control
screen.
Pressing FUNC 3 repeatedly will turn pause on
or off.
Basic Operations
Display indication can be selected between
normal playback screen and simple screen.
When simple screen is selected, only the song
number is displayed.
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screen.
Pressing FUNC 6 repeatedly will switch the
display indication.
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Switching the display
You can use this unit to control a multi-CD
player, which is sold separately.
! Only functions described in this manual are
supported by 50-disc multi-CD players.
! This unit is not designed to operate disc title
list functions with a 50-disc multi-CD player.
For information about the disc title list functions, refer to Selecting discs from the disc
title list on the next page.
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1 Disc number indicator
Shows the number of the disc playing.
2 Track number indicator
Shows the number of the track playing.
3 Text information
4 Play time indicator
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Press SOURCE to select the Multi CD.
# Pressing CD/DVD can also select Multi CD.
2 Move the thumb pad up or down to select a desired disc.
3 To perform fast forward or reverse,
hold the thumb pad left or right.
4 To skip back or forward to another
track, move the thumb pad left or right.
Notes
! When multi-CD player completes preparatory
operations, Ready is displayed.
! If an error message such as ERROR-11 is displayed, refer to the multi-CD player owner’s
manual.
! If there are no discs in the multi-CD player magazine, NO DISC is displayed.
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Function control
Playing tracks in random order
Tracks in a selected repeat range are played in
random order.
Refer to Selecting a repeat play range on this
page.
1 Function control screen
Shows the function names and status.
% Press FUNC 2 on the function control
screen.
Pressing FUNC 2 repeatedly will turn random
play on or off.
1 Click and hold the thumb pad to display
the function control screen.
Scanning CDs and tracks
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2 Press FUNC 1 to FUNC 6 to control the
desired function.
FUNC 1: Press to select the repeat play range.
(Selecting a repeat play range on this page)
FUNC 2: Press to control random play. (Playing
tracks in random order on this page)
FUNC 3: Press to control scan play. (Scanning
CDs and tracks on this page)
FUNC 4: Press to control pause. (Pausing disc
playback on this page)
FUNC 5: Press to display the disc title list
screen. (Selecting discs from the disc title list
on this page)
FUNC 6: Press to control the display indication. (Switching the display on the next page)
Scan play searches the song or disc within the
selected repeat range.
Refer to Selecting a repeat play range on this
page.
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screen.
Pressing FUNC 3 repeatedly will turn scan
play on or off.
The first 10 seconds of each track of the current disc (or the first track of each disc) are
played.
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the function control screen.
Selecting a repeat play range
Repeat play plays the selected play range repeatedly.
Also, the repeat range determines the range of
random play and scan play.
% Press FUNC 1 on the function control
screen.
Press FUNC 1 repeatedly until the desired setting appears in the display.
! MCD – Repeat all discs in the multi-CD
player
! D.REPEAT – Repeat the current disc
! REPEAT – Repeat just the current track
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# After scanning is finished, normal playback of
the tracks will begin.
2 When you find the desired track (or
disc) press FUNC 3 to turn scan play off.
The track (or disc) will continue to play.
Pausing disc playback
% Press FUNC 4 on the function control
screen.
Pressing FUNC 4 repeatedly will turn pause on
or off.
Selecting discs from the disc
title list
Disc title list lets you see the list of disc titles
entered into the multi-CD player and select
one of them to play back.
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1 Press FUNC 5 on the function control
screen.
Disc title list screen is displayed.
2 Move the thumb pad left or right to select a desired disc.
3 Move the thumb pad up to determine
the list.
4 Press RETURN to switch to the function
control screen.
Switching the display
Using disc title functions
You can input CD titles and display the title.
The next time you insert a CD for which you
have entered a title, the title of that CD will be
displayed.
Entering disc titles
Use the disc title input feature to store up to
48 CD titles in the unit. Each title can be up to
20 characters long.
1 Play the CD that you want to enter a
title for.
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the function control screen.
3 Press and hold SHIFT on the function
control screen.
Disc title edit screen is displayed.
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# If no title has been entered for a disc,
No D.Title will be displayed.
# NO DISC is displayed next to the disc number
when there is no disc in the magazine.
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Display indication can be selected between
normal playback screen and simple screen.
When simple screen is selected, only the disc
number and track number are displayed.
% Press FUNC 6 on the function control
screen.
Pressing FUNC 6 repeatedly will switch the
display indication.
Selecting a disc directly
1 Press SHIFT on the function control
screen.
Disc direct select screen is displayed.
2 Press FUNC 1 to FUNC 6 to select the desired disc number DISC 1 to DISC 6.
To select a disc stored in DISC 7 to DISC12,
press SHIFT again to switch the disc direct
screen. And then, press FUNC 1 to FUNC 6 to
select a desired disc.
3 Press RETURN to switch to the function
control screen.
The track for the entered number will play.
4 Press FUNC 1 or FUNC 2 to select the
character type.
FUNC 1: Alphabet, numbers and symbols
FUNC 2: Numbers and symbols
5 Move the thumb pad up or down to select a letter of the alphabet.
6 Move the thumb pad left or right to
move the cursor to the previous or next
character position.
7 If you have completed entering the disc
title, press FUNC 5 to store in memory.
8 Press RETURN to switch to the function
control screen.
# Pressing FUNC 6 also switches to the function
control screen.
Notes
! Titles remain in the memory even after the
disc has been removed from the magazine,
and are recalled when the disc is reinserted.
! After data for 48 discs have been stored in the
memory, data for a new disc will overwrite the
oldest one.
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Displaying text information on
disc
! You can use this function only when CD
TEXT disc is playing.
% Press DISPLAY to select the desired text
information.
Play time and disc title—play time and disc artist name—play time and track title—play time
and track artist name
DVD Player
Basic Operations
You can use this unit to control a DVD player or
multi-DVD player, which is sold separately.
! Multi-DVD player that has disc title functions can also be connected to this unit. In
this case, disc title list and disc title input
can be controlled.
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Notes
! You can scroll to the left of the title by pressing
and holding DISPLAY.
! If specific information has not been recorded
on a disc, title or name is not displayed.
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1 Disc number indicator
Shows the number of the disc currently playing when using a multi-DVD player.
2 Title/Folder number indicator
Shows the title (when playing DVD video) or
folder (when playing compressed audio) of
the selection currently playing.
3 Chapter/track number indicator
Shows the chapter (when playing DVD video)
or track (when playing Video CD, CD or compressed audio) currently playing.
4 Play time indicator
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Press SOURCE to select the DVD.
# Pressing CD/DVD can also select DVD.
2 To perform fast forward or reverse,
hold the thumb pad left or right.
3 To skip back or forward to another
chapter/track, move the thumb pad left or
right.
Selecting a folder
! You can operate this function only when a
DVD player compatible with compressed
audio playback is connected to this unit.
% Move the thumb pad up or down to select a folder.
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Playing tracks in random order
1 Function control screen
Shows the function names and status.
1 Click and hold the thumb pad to display
the function control screen.
2 Press FUNC 1 to FUNC 6 to control the
desired function.
FUNC 1: Press to select the repeat play range.
(Selecting a repeat play range on this page)
FUNC 2: Press to control random play. (Playing
tracks in random order on this page)
FUNC 3: Press to control scan play. (Scanning
folders and tracks on this page)
FUNC 4: Press to control pause. (Pausing disc
playback on this page)
FUNC 6: Press to control the display indication. (Switching the display on the next page)
% Press FUNC 2 on the function control
screen.
Pressing FUNC 2 repeatedly will turn random
play on or off.
Scanning folders and tracks
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selected repeat range.
Refer to Selecting a repeat play range on this
page.
! This function is available for CD and compressed audio disc.
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Tracks in a selected repeat range are played in
random order.
Refer to Selecting a repeat play range on this
page.
! This function is available for CD and compressed audio disc.
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3 Click and hold the thumb pad to exit
the function control screen.
1 Press FUNC 3 on the function control
screen.
Pressing FUNC 3 repeatedly will turn scan
play on or off.
The first 10 seconds of each track of the current disc (or the first track of each disc) are
played.
Selecting a repeat play range
# After scanning is finished, normal playback of
the tracks will begin.
Tracks in a play range are played repeatedly.
Play range varies depending on the media.
Also, the repeat range determines the range of
random play and scan play.
2 When you find the desired track (or
disc) press FUNC 3 to turn scan play off.
The track (or disc) will continue to play.
% Press FUNC 1 on the function control
screen.
Press FUNC 1 repeatedly until the desired setting appears in the display.
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DISC – Repeat the current disc
REPEAT – Repeat the current track
TITLE – Repeat the current title
CHAPTER – Repeat the current chapter
Pausing disc playback
% Press FUNC 4 on the function control
screen.
Pressing FUNC 4 repeatedly will turn pause on
or off.
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Switching the display
FUNC 2: Numbers and symbols
Display indication can be selected between
normal playback screen and simple screen.
When simple screen is selected, only the disc
and title/track numbers are displayed.
5 Move the thumb pad up or down to select a letter of the alphabet.
% Press FUNC 6 on the function control
screen.
Pressing FUNC 6 repeatedly will switch the
display indication.
Selecting a disc directly
1 Press SHIFT on the function control
screen.
Disc direct select screen is displayed.
2 Press FUNC 1 to FUNC 6 to select the desired disc number DISC 1 to DISC 6.
6 Move the thumb pad left or right to
move the cursor to the previous or next
character position.
7 If you have completed entering the disc
title, press FUNC 5 to store in memory.
8 Press RETURN to switch to the function
control screen.
# Pressing FUNC 6 also switches to the function
control screen.
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! Titles remain in the memory even after the
disc has been removed from the magazine,
and are recalled when the disc is reinserted.
! After data for 48 discs have been stored in the
memory, data for a new disc will overwrite the
oldest one.
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3 Press RETURN.
The track for the entered number will play.
Using disc title functions
You can input CD titles and display the title.
The next time you insert a CD for which you
have entered a title, the title of that CD will be
displayed.
! This function is available for CD.
Entering disc titles
Use the disc title input feature to store up to
48 CD titles in the unit. Each title can be up to
20 characters long.
1 Play the CD that you want to enter a
title for.
2 Click and hold the thumb pad to display
the function control screen.
3 Press and hold SHIFT on the function
control screen.
Disc title edit screen is displayed.
4 Press FUNC 1 or FUNC 2 to select the
character type.
FUNC 1: Alphabet, numbers and symbols
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Function control
TV tuner
Basic Operations
You can use this unit to control a TV tuner,
which is sold separately.
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1 Function control screen
Shows the function names and status.
1 Click and hold the thumb pad to display
the function control screen.
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1 Band indicator
2 Preset number indicator
3 Channel indicator
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function.
FUNC 1: Press and hold to control BSSM (best
stations sequential memory). (Storing the
strongest broadcast stations sequentially on
this page)
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Press SOURCE to select the TV.
# Pressing TV can also select TV.
2 Press BAND to select a band.
Press BAND until the desired band (TV1 or
TV2) is displayed.
3 To perform manual tuning, move the
thumb pad left or right.
4 To perform seek tuning, hold the
thumb pad left or right for about one second and release.
The tuner will scan the channels until a broadcast strong enough for good reception is
found.
# You can cancel seek tuning by moving the
thumb pad left or right.
# If you hold the thumb pad left or right, you
can skip broadcasting channels. Seek tuning
starts as soon as you release the thumb pad.
3 Click and hold the thumb pad to exit
the function control screen.
Storing the strongest broadcast
stations sequentially
% Press and hold FUNC 1 on the function
control screen.
BSSM begins to flash. While BSSM is flashing
the 6 strongest broadcast stations will be
stored in order from the lowest channel up.
When finished, BSSM stops flashing.
# To cancel the storage process, press FUNC 1
again.
Note
Storing broadcast stations with BSSM may replace broadcast stations you have saved using
FUNC 1 to FUNC 6.
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Storing and recalling broadcast
stations
You can easily store up to 6 broadcast stations
for later recall.
! Up to 12 stations, 6 for each of the two TV
bands, can be stored in memory.
Switching to the preset tuning screen
% Press SHIFT on the function control
screen.
Preset tuning screen is displayed.
# Press RETURN to switch to the function control screen.
Storing presets
Basic Operations
Up to five auxiliary devices can be connected to
this unit. Name for each auxiliary device can be
changed.
! Auxiliary devices connected to this unit can
be activated or deactivated individually. For
details, refer to Switching the auxiliary setting on page 11.
! This unit can control five devices as AUX
sources. The following devices can be connected to this unit.
— Devices with RCA output; This unit controls them as AUX1 Main or
AUX2 AUX.
If the device you want to connect as an
AUX unit does not have an RCA output,
supplied speaker-RCA conversion cable
can be used. In this case, the connected
device is controlled as AUX1 Main or
AUX2 AUX.
— Devices with digital output; This unit
controls it as AUX3 Digital.
— Devices with 3.5 mm mini plug; This unit
controls it as AUX4 MiniPlug.
— Devices with Pioneer IP-BUS; This unit
controls it as AUX5 IP-BUS.
Device connected with IP-BUS-RCA interconnector is controlled as AUX5 IP-BUS.
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% Press and hold FUNC 1 to FUNC 6 on the
preset tuning screen.
The broadcast station is stored in memory that
corresponds to FUNC 1 to FUNC 6.
Recalling presets
Auxiliary (AUX) devices
% Press FUNC 1 to FUNC 6 on the preset
tuning screen.
The broadcast station that corresponds to
FUNC 1 to FUNC 6 is tuned in.
# Moving the thumb pad up or down also recalls
the preset station.
% Press SOURCE to select the AUX1 Main,
AUX2 AUX, AUX3 Digital, AUX4 MiniPlug
or AUX5 IP-BUS.
# Pressing AUX/EXT can also select
AUX1 Main, AUX2 AUX, AUX3 Digital,
AUX4 MiniPlug or AUX5 IP-BUS.
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Editing the auxiliary (AUX)
device name
8 Press RETURN to switch to the function
control screen.
# Pressing FUNC 6 also switches to the function
control screen.
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The name displayed for the AUX1 Main,
AUX2 AUX, AUX3 Digital, AUX4 MiniPlug
and AUX5 IP-BUS source can be edited.
! The animated source name displayed when
the source is selected cannot be changed.
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1 Select an AUX source that you want to
edit a name for.
Press SOURCE to select any of AUX1 Main,
AUX2 AUX, AUX3 Digital, AUX4 MiniPlug or
AUX5 IP-BUS.
# If the auxiliary setting is not turned on,
AUX1 Main, AUX2 AUX, AUX3 Digital,
AUX4 MiniPlug or AUX5 IP-BUS cannot be selected. For more details, see Switching the auxiliary setting on page 11.
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2 Click and hold the thumb pad to display
the function control screen.
3 Press and hold SHIFT on the function
control screen.
Name edit screen is displayed.
4 Press FUNC 1 or FUNC 2 to select the
character type.
FUNC 1: Alphabet, numbers and symbols
FUNC 2: Numbers and symbols
5 Move the thumb pad up or down to select a letter of the alphabet.
6 Move the thumb pad left or right to
move the cursor to the previous or next
character position.
7 If you have completed entering the
auxiliary (AUX) device name, press FUNC 5
to store in memory.
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Audio unit control
Controlling the audio
processor
Differentia of the audio
function
This unit can control Pioneer Audio Processor
(e.g. RS-A9, RS-P90 or DEQ-P90) as an audio
unit. For details about audio functions, please
refer to the combined audio unit’s owner’s
manual. In this regard, some operations described on these owner’s manuals are different from this unit’s operation. This is caused
by the difference of remote control. Please see
the following chart and operate the audio unit.
Following functions are different from the
functions described in the audio processor’s
operation manual.
! When using source level adjustment (SLA)
function, volume level for each source is
set as follows:
— Multi-CD player, CD and AUX3 are set to
the same volume adjustment automatically.
— AUX2, AUX5, external unit 1 and external unit 2 are set to the same volume adjustment automatically.
— Discrete volume adjustment can be set
to television, DVD, iPod, AUX1 and
AUX4.
! Up to four audio settings can be stored in
memory.
— When using this unit with RS-A9 or RSP90 :
two base memories, two custom memories and a last memory can be used.
— When using this unit with DEQ-P90:
four memories can be used.
! Audio setting of AUX1 Main can be stored
in the custom memory 1 independently.
! Memory protection can be used only for
the base memory.
— Memory protection can be used only
when RS-A9 or RS-P90 is used with this
unit. DEQ-P90 doesn’t have this
function.
Operations conversion chart
Audio unit
This unit
a
Move the thumb pad up
b
Move the thumb pad down
c
Move the thumb pad left
d
Move the thumb pad right
Open the cover
Click and hold the thumb pad
Close the cover
Click and hold the thumb pad
Notes
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! Audio unit adjustment requires technical
skills and knowledge of the automobile sound
system, acoustic field, amplifier characteristics and speaker characteristics. If adjustments are difficult or sound is unsatisfactory,
please contact an authorized Pioneer dealer.
! When adjustments have already been made at
your dealer, the optimum setup for the vehicle’s particular interior has been installed in
the memory. In this case, recall the corresponding memory for use. For details, refer to
the audio unit’s owner’s manual.
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Other Functions
Sound muting
Switching the display indication
Other Functions
Sound from this unit is muted automatically in
the following cases:
! When a call is made or received using a
cellular telephone connected to this unit.
! When the voice guidance is output from a
Pioneer navigation unit connected to this
unit.
The sound is turned off, MUTE is displayed
and no audio adjustments are possible. Operation returns to normal when the phone connection or the voice guidance is ended.
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Display indication can be switched on or off.
To reduce noise, it is effective to switch off the
display indication.
% Press and hold DISPLAY OFF.
Pressing and holding DISPLAY OFF switches
the display indication on or off.
# While the display indication is turned off, display off indicator lights up.
# Even if the display indication is turned off, operation can be conducted. If operation is conducted while the display indication is off, display
will light up for a few seconds and then turn off
again.
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Connections
Important
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ACC position
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ACC
Cord function may differ according to the product, even if cord color is the same. When connecting this system, be sure to check all
manuals and connect cords correctly.
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! This unit can not be installed in a vehicle that
does not have an ACC (accessory) position on
the ignition switch.
No ACC position
! Use of this unit in conditions other than the
following could result in fire or malfunction.
— Vehicles with a 12-volt battery and negative
grounding.
! To prevent a short-circuit, overheating or malfunction, be sure to follow the directions
below.
— Disconnect the negative terminal of the
battery before installation.
— Secure the wiring with cable clamps or adhesive tape. To protect the wiring, wrap adhesive tape around them where they lie
against metal parts.
— Place all cables away from moving parts,
such as gear shift and seat rails.
— Place all cables away from hot places,
such as near the heater outlet.
— Do not pass the battery cable (translucent
with yellow stripe) through a hole into the
engine compartment to connect to a battery.
— Cover any disconnected cable connectors
with insulating tape.
— Do not shorten any cables.
— Never cut the insulation of the power cable
of this unit in order to share the power
with other devices. Current capacity of the
cable is limited.
— Use a fuse of the rating prescribed.
! Refer to the owner’s manual for details on
connecting the power amp and other units,
then make connections correctly.
! IP-BUS connectors are color-coded. Be sure
to connect connectors of the same color.
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Connecting the power cable
This unit
Covering
Fuse (4 A)
Translucent with black stripe
(chassis ground)
Connect to a clean, paint-free
metal location.
Fuse resistor
Connections
Translucent with yellow stripe
Connect to the constant
12 V supply terminal.
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Connect to system control
terminal of the power amp
(max. 300 mA 12 V DC).
Red
Connect to terminal controlled
by ignition switch (12 V DC).
Fuse resistor
Orange/white
Connect to lighting switch terminal.
Yellow/black
If you use a device with a Mute function, connect
this lead to the Audio Mute lead on that device.
If not, keep the Audio Mute lead free of any connections.
! Cover the back-up terminal and ground
terminal of the hide-away unit with the supplied covering.
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Connections
Connecting the audio processor
This unit
Black
Blue
Black
Optical cable
Audio processor
(e.g. DEQ-P90) (sold separately)
IP-BUS cable
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Power amplifier
(e.g. PRS-A700) (sold separately)
RCA cable
(sold separately)
Power amplifier
(e.g. PRS-A500) (sold separately)
Tweeter
Mid-range
Low-range
RCA cable
(sold separately)
Power amplifier
(e.g. PRS-A500) (sold separately)
! This illustration is a connection example.
For details concerning connection with
your audio processor, refer to audio processor’s owner’s manual or contact your
Pioneer dealer.
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Connecting the Pioneer IP-BUS devices
Remote control sensor
Optical cable
Blue
IP-BUS cable
This unit
Blue
Black
Connections
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iPod adapter
(e.g. CD-IB100II)
(sold separately)
Blue
Display unit
extension cable
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Black
IP-BUS cable
IP-BUS cable
Blue
Blue
Black
Hide-away TV tuner
(e.g. GEX-P5700TV)
(sold separately)
Black
Multi-DVD player
(e.g. XDV-P6)
(sold separately)
25 pin cable
Multi-CD Player
(sold separately)
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Connecting the AUX devices
AUX 4 unit
(mini-plug-equipped unit)
(sold separately)
mini plug (3.5 mm) cable
(sold separately)
IP-BUS-RCA interconnector
(CD-RB10/CD-RB20) (sold separately)
RCA cable
(sold separately)
Blue
AUX 5 unit
(RCA-output-equipped unit)
(sold separately)
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RCA cable
(sold separately)
TOSLINK digital cable
(sold separately)
COAXIAL (75 Ω) digital cable
(sold separately)
AUX 2 unit
(RCA-output-equipped unit)
(sold separately)
AUX 1 unit
(RCA-output-equipped unit)
(sold separately)
AUX 3 unit
(optical-output-equipped unit)
(sold separately)
! If the device you want to connect does not
have an RCA output, the supplied speakerRCA conversion cable can be used. For details, refer to Using the speaker-RCA conversion cable on the next page.
* Select COAX-input or TOSLINK-input depending on the connected device’s digital
output.
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Selecting the input setting
switch
Depending on the AUX devices connected to
this unit, select the input setting switch on the
under side of this unit.
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2
* If you want to connect the device to this
unit as AUX 1 or AUX 2, connect to AUX 1
or AUX 2 input. If IP-BUS-RCA interconnector is used, it is also possible to connect
the device as AUX 5.
AUX device
(speaker-output-equipped unit)
(sold separately)
3
Speaker output
White:
Left 
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1 Input level select switch (AUX1 Main)
Input level of AUX1 can be selected between
HIGH and LOW. If amplifier equipped unit is
connected to AUX1, select this switch to
HIGH.
2 Input level select switch (AUX2 AUX)
Input level of AUX2 can be selected between
HIGH and LOW. If amplifier equipped unit is
connected to AUX2, select this switch to
HIGH.
3 Digital input select switch (AUX3 Digital)
Depending on the AUX3 unit, select COAX.
(COAX digital cable) or OPT. (TOSLINK digital
cable).
4 Mixing setting switch
Sound from AUX1 Main and AUX2 AUX can
be mixed by selecting this switch.
Connections
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Black:
Left 
Black:
Red:
Right  Right 
Speaker-RCA
conversion cable
(supplied)
 To RCA input of this unit.
Using the speaker-RCA
conversion cable
If the device you want to connect as an AUX
unit does not have an RCA output, the supplied speaker-RCA conversion cable can be
used.
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Installation
Installing the hide-away unit
Important
! Check all connections and systems before
final installation.
! Do not use unauthorized parts. Use of unauthorized parts may cause malfunctions.
! Consult your dealer if installation requires drilling of holes or other modifications to the vehicle.
! Install the unit where it will not get in the driver’s way and will not injure passengers if
there is a sudden stop.
! When mounting this unit, make sure none of
the leads are trapped between this unit and
the surrounding metalwork or fittings.
! Do not mount this unit near heater outlets
where it would be affected by heat, or near the
doors where rainwater might splash onto it.
! Before drilling any mounting holes, always
check behind where you want to drill the
holes. Do not drill into the gas line, brake line,
electrical wiring or other important parts.
! If this unit is installed in the passenger compartment, anchor it securely so it does not
break free while the vehicle is moving, causing injury or an accident.
! If this unit is installed under the front seat,
make sure it does not obstruct seat movement. Route all leads and cords carefully
around the sliding mechanism so they do are
not caught or pinched in the mechanism and
cause a short-circuit.
1 Attach the mounting brackets to the
hide-away unit.
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Install the hide-away unit in the car.
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Hide-away unit
Tapping screw (4 mm × 12 mm)
Drill a hole of 2 mm to 2.5 mm
Car mat or chassis
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Installing the display unit
2 Affix the hook and loop fastener (soft
surface) to dashboard or console.
Important
! Do not install the display unit where:
— it may interfere with operation of the safety
devices of the vehicle such as airbags.
— it may interfere with operation of the vehicle such as steering wheel and gearshift.
— it may obstruct the driver’s view.
Otherwise, a fatal accident may result.
! Do not mount the display unit on a moving
part such as visor.
! Do not mount the display unit on the ceiling.
! Do not mount the display unit on an unstable
part.
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2 Hook and loop fastener (soft surface)
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Installation
There are four methods to install the display
unit.
! Installing with hook and loop fasteners
! Installing with double-sided tape
! Installing with mounting base
! Installing with flush mounting bracket
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Thoroughly wipe off the surface before affixing
the hook and loop fasteners.
1 Affix the hook and loop fastener
(rough surface) to the display unit.
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2 Display unit
4 Route the display cable.
Secure the display cable so that it will not interfere with operation of the vehicle.
Installing with double-sided tape
Thoroughly wipe off the surface before affixing
the double-sided tape.
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1 Display unit
2 Hook and loop fastener (rough surface)
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1 Affix the double-sided tape to the display unit.
1 Attach the mounting base to the display unit.
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Hexagonal head screw (2.6 mm × 6 mm)
Mounting base
Flat washer
Display unit
Decide where to place the display unit.
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1 Dashboard or console
2 Display unit
3 Route the display cable.
Secure the display cable so that it will not interfere with operation of the vehicle.
Installing with mounting base
Thoroughly wipe off the surface before affixing
the double-sided tape.
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2 Place to install
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3 Fix the display unit with the screw and
the double-sided tape.
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2 Make a hole in the dashboard or console as illustrated.
To make a hole, use a cut paper stencil printed
on the contain box.
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2 Cut paper stencil
# If the size of the hole is too big, the display
unit may be accidentally detached. In this case, a
traffic accident or injury may result.
# Before drilling any mounting holes, always
check behind where you want to drill the holes.
Do not drill into the gas line, brake line, electrical
wiring or other important parts.
Installation
1 Screw
2 Drill a hole of 1.5 mm
# Display unit and the mounting base should be
horizontal at this step. Otherwise, fixing with
screw is impossible.
3 Affix the double-sided tape along the
periphery of the behind of the mounting
bracket.
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5 Route the display cable.
Secure the display cable so that it will not interfere with operation of the vehicle.
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Mounting with flush mounting
bracket
Thoroughly wipe off the surface before affixing
the double-sided tape.
1 Double-sided tape
2 Mounting bracket
Important
This installation method requires specialized
knowledge and skills. For the sake of safety, be
sure to consult your dealer about installation.
1 Detach the dashboard or console panel
where you want to install the display unit.
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4 Attach the display unit and mounting
bracket with the supplied screws.
7 Apply the display unit to the dashboard
or console panel.
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2 Mounting bracket
3 Screw (2.6 mm × 5 mm)
5 Bend the metal bands as illustrated.
Bend the metal bands to fit the place where
you want to install the display unit.
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2 Display unit
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seated.
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# The metal bands are stiff. To bend the metal
bands, we recommend that you use pliers or vise.
6 Affix the double-sided tape to both
ends of the metal bands.
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2 Double-sided tape
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Screw (3 mm × 12 mm)
Metal band
Dashboard or console
Mounting bracket
9 Route the display cable.
Secure the display cable so that it will not interfere with operation of the vehicle.
# To protect the display cable, wrap protection
tape around it where they lie against metal parts.
10 Fix the dashboard or console panel to
the original place.
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Installing the steering
remote control
Before installing the steering
remote control
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! When the steering remote control is installed on a right-hand-drive car, the horizontal positions are inverted.
1 Decide where to place the steering remote control.
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CAUTION
Depending on the type of the vehicle, the
steering remote control cannot be installed.
Installation of the steering remote control requires specialized knowledge and skills. Be
sure to consult your dealer about installation.
Follow the instructions in this manual to install the steering remote control.
Do not use unauthorized parts. Use of unauthorized parts may cause malfunctions.
Do not mount the steering remote control
near the doors where rainwater might splash
onto it.
Use optional clamps to secure the cable
where necessary inside the vehicle.
Handling guidelines for the
steering remote control
Installation
WARNING
! Secure all cables so that they do not interfere
with operation of the vehicle. Otherwise, serious danger may result.
! Do not install the steering remote control
where:
— it may interfere with operation of the safety
devices of the vehicle such as airbags.
— it may interfere with operation of the vehicle such as steering wheel and gearshift.
Otherwise, a fatal accident may result.
! If installation requires removal of the steering
wheel, be sure to consult your dealer. Wrong
installation or connection may result in fatal
accident.
Installing the steering remote
control
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1 Steering remote control
2 Double-sided tape
! Replace the battery when the steering remote control’s performance deteriorates.
! Do not install the steering remote control
in place that may obstruct the driver’s view.
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Decide where to place the battery box.
6 Secure the steering remote cables with
protection sheets.
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4 Route the steering remote control
cable.
! If cables are too long, put the cables in the
groove on the surface of the battery box.
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of the steering wheel.
! For your convenience, attach the battery
box so that the battery tray is pointed towards the driver’s side.
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underside of the steering column cover.
! Check that there are no objects between
the battery box and the remote control sensor.
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2 Battery box
1 Steering remote control
2 Battery box
3 Remote control sensor
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Route the remote control sensor cable.
! Secure the cable so that it will not interfere
with operation of the vehicle.
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Additional Information
Troubleshooting
Common
Symptom
Cause
Action (See)
Power doesn’t turn on.
The unit doesn’t operate.
Leads and connectors are incorrectly connected.
Confirm once more that all connections are
correct.
The fuse is blown.
Rectify the reason for the fuse blowing, then
replace the fuse. Be very sure to install a fuse
with the same rating.
Noise and other factors are causing Turn the unit off and then on.
the built-in microprocessor to operate incorrectly.
Operation with the remote con- Battery power is low.
trol isn’t possible.
The unit does not operate correctly even when the appropriate
remote control buttons are
pressed.
There is no sound.
Volume level is low.
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Connect the cables correctly.
The volume level is low.
Adjust the volume level.
The attenuator is on.
Turn the attenuator off.
Additional Information
No sounds are heard.
The volume level will not rise.
Load new battery. (Page 4)
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Appendix
Additional Information
Specifications
General
Power source ............................. 14.4 V DC (10.8 V to 15.1 V
allowable)
Grounding system ................... Negative type
Max. current consumption
..................................................... 1.0 A
Display unit:
Dimensions (W × H × D)
........................................... 165 × 44 × 16.4 mm
Weight ................................ 0.13 kg
Hideaway unit:
Dimensions (W × H × D)
........................................... 252 × 40 × 152 mm
Weight ................................ 1.5 kg
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Input
Analogue
Line ............................. 1.5 V
Speaker (AUX1, AUX2)
................................. 10 V
Digital
LPCM ......................... 44.1 kHz to 96 kHz
Output
Digital
LPCM ......................... 44.1 kHz
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