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Manual del usuario
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Others
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Listen to other devices
Reset
Remove the unit
Replace fuse
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Product information
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Safety
Notice
Introduction
What’s in the box
Overview of the main unit
Overview of the remote control
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Get started
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Install the car audio
Install remote control battery
Turn on
Set date and time
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Listen to radio
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Tune to a radio station
Store radio stations in memory
Tune to a preset station
Play with RDS
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Play
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Load discs
Connect USB device
Insert SD/MMC card
Play/Pause
Repeat
Skip/search
Search within a title/folder
Random play
Select audio language
Select subtitle language
Rotate pictures
Zoom
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Play with Bluetooth device
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Pair the Bluetooth-enabled devices
Make a call
Receive call
Listen to music from Bluetooth device
Adjust Bluetooth settings
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Adjust sound
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Adjust volume
Mute
Select preset equalizer
Adjut fader/balance
Adjust Subwoofer value
Set Dynamic Bass Boost (DBB)
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Adjust settings
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Adjust general settings
Adjust Bluetooth settings
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About Bluetooth device
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Contents
1 Important
Safety
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Read and understand all instructions before you use the
apparatus. If damage is caused by failure to follow instructions,
the warranty does not apply.
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures
other than herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure or
other unsafe operation.
This unit is designed for negative ground (earth) 12 V DC
operation only.
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driving.
To ensure safe driving, adjust the volume to a safe and
comfortable level.
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change the fuse, consult a professional.
Use only the supplied mounting hardware for a safe and secure
installation.
To avoid short circuit, do not expose the apparatus, remote
control or remote control batteries to rain or water.
Never insert objects into the ventilation slots or other openings
on the apparatus.
Never place any objects other than discs into the disc tray/slot.
Visible and invisible laser radiation when open. Avoid exposure
to beam.
Risk of damage to the screen! Never touch, push, rub or strike
the screen with any object.
Never use solvents such as benzene, thinner, cleaners available
commercially, or anti-static sprays intended for discs.
Clean the apparatus with soft, damp cloth. Never use substances
such as alcohol, chemicals or household cleaners on the
apparatus.
The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing.
Do not place any sources of danger on the apparatus (e.g. liquid
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Notice
The making of unauthorized copies of copy-protected material,
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may be an infringement of copyrights and constitute a criminal
offence. This equipment should not be used for such purposes.
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks
owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Philips is
under license.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
“Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective
owners.
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: DivX® is a digital video format created by
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video. Visit www.divx.com for more information and software tools to
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® device
must be registered in order to play DivX Video-on-Demand (VOD)
content. To generate the registration code, locate the DivX VOD
section in the device setup menu. Go to vod.divx.com with this code
to complete the registration process and learn more about DivX
VOD.DivX®® and associated logos are registered
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to play DivX® video, including premium content.
This apparatus includes this label:
Environmental information
All unnecessary packaging has been omitted. We have tried to make
the packaging easy to separate into three materials: cardboard (box),
polystyrene foam (buffer) and polyethylene (bags, protective foam
sheet.)
Your system consists of materials which can be recycled and reused
if disassembled by a specialized company. Please observe the local
regulations regarding the disposal of packaging materials, exhausted
batteries and old equipment.
This product complies with the radio interference requirements of
the European Community.
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expressly approved by Philips Consumer Lifestyle may void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
Recycling
Your product is designed and manufactured with high quality
materials and components, which can be recycled and reused.
When you see the crossed-out wheel bin symbol attached to a
product, it means the product is covered by the European Directive
2002/96/EC:
Never dispose of your product with other household waste. Please
inform yourself about the local rules on the separate collection of
electrical and electronic products. The correct disposal of your old
product helps prevent potentially negative consequences on the
environment and human health.
Your product contains batteries covered by the European Directive
2006/66/EC, which cannot be disposed of with normal household waste.
Please inform yourself about the local rules on separate collection of
batteries. The correct disposal of batteries helps prevent potentially
negative consequences on the environment and human health.
2010 © Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All rights reserved.
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the property of Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. or their respective
owners. Philips reserves the right to change products at any time
without being obliged to adjust earlier supplies accordingly.
Congratulations on your purchase, and welcome to Philips! To fully
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a Main unit and front panel
Introduction
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b Remote control
With the car entertainment system, you can enjoy:
F Audio/video/JPEG pictures from
F DVD, VCD or CD
F USB devices
F SD/SDHC/MMC cards
F External devices
F FM or AM (MW) radio
F Audio from Bluetooth-enabled devices
Besides, you can make/receive phone calls with Bluetooth-enabled
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navigation box (Philips model CEA100).
c Trim plate
d Hexagon head screw
e ISO standard connector
f Audio and Video cable
g Screws
- M5x8mm x 4 pcs
h Rubber cushion
i Remote control battery
j User manual
What’s in the box
k Quick start guide
Check and identify the contents of your package:
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a RESET
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Open the front panel to insert/eject disc/card.
c Remote sensor
d Touch panel
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Turn the unit on or off.
Turn mute on or off.
f +/F Increase/decrease volume.
g DIMMER
F Adjust dimmer settings.
F Press and hold to enter or exit GPS navigation system
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F Adjust the position of the front panel.
F Press and hold to close the front panel.
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j SD/SDHC/MMC card slot
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Mute or unmute audio.
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Open the front panel to insert/eject disc/card.
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Overview of the remote control
c VOLUME +/F Adjust volume.
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Return to previous menu or exit.
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Adjust repeat mode.
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Access home menu.
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Terminate call.
Reject incoming call.
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F Adjust the position of the front panel.
i AUDIO
F Access speaker fader/banlance menu.
j DVD TITLE
F Select DVD or DivX subtitle language.
k DIMMER
F Access illuminate dimmer settings.
l SW
F Turn on/off subwoofer.
m DBB
F Turn on or off Dynamic Bass Boost (DBB) sound.
n EQ
F Access equalizer setting menu.
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F Access DVD main menu.
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F Select audio language or audio channel.
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F Enter/exit the navigation system.
Caution
F Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than herein
may result in hazardous radiation exposure or other unsafe operation.
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Start or pause play.
Always follow the instructions in this chapter in sequence.
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Install the car audio
These instructions are for a typical installation. However, if your car
has different requirements, make the corresponding adjustment. If you
have any questions regarding installation kits, consult your Philips car
audio dealer.
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Skip to previous/next track/chapter.
Play fast backward/forward.
Tune for radio station.
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Turn the unit on or off.
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Caution
F This unit is designed for negative ground (earth) 12 V DC operation only.
F Always install this unit in the car dashboard. Other locations can be dangerous as
the rear of the unit heats up during use.
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are connected.
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F To avoid short-circuit: before you connect, ensure that the ignition is off.
F Ensure that you connect the yellow and red power supply leads after all other leads
Skip to the previous/next preset station.
Skip to the previous/next folder.
Search backward/forward for DVD video.
Move cursor up/down.
F Ensure that all loose leads are insulated with electrical tape.
F Ensure that the leads do not get caught under screws orin parts that will move (e.g.
seat rail).
F Ensure that all ground (earth) leads are run to a common ground (earth) point.
F Use only the supplied mounting hardware for a safe and secure installation.
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consult a professional.
Note on the power supply lead (yellow)
F When you connect other devices to this system, ensure that the
rating of the car circuit is higher than the total fuse value of all
the connected devices.
Notes on speaker connection
F Never connect speaker wires to the metal body or chassis of the
car.
F Never connect speaker wires with stripes to one another.
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Connect the other end of the supplied standard connector to
the car audio system.
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Connect wires
Caution
F Ensure that all loose leads are insulated with electrical tape.
Caution
F In order to avoid any accident, the driver must not watch video while driving. This
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Check the car’s wiring carefully, then connect them to the
supplied ISO wires.
unit is designed to not allow watching moving video while driving. Park your car in a
safe place and engage the parking brake before watching moving video.
Note
F The video blocking system under parking brake not engaged only control this unit’s
display, and will not affect the video output through the rear RCA video output.
F If watch moving video from Disc or AV-In source but parking brake is not properly
connected, the video signal will be blocked by the system, and the below display
will be shown on TFT:
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Connector
Yellow wire
Connect to
The +12V car battery which is live at all
times.
Blue wire
The electric antenna control lead
or power supply lead of the antenna
booster
If there is no electric antenna or antenna
booster, or it is manually operated
telescopic antenna, it is not necessary to
connect this lead.
Black wire
A metal surface of the car
First connect the black ground (earth)
lead, then connect the yellow and red
power supply leads.
Red wire
The +12V power terminal which is live
in the accessory (ACC) position of the
ignition switch
If there is no accessory position, connect
to the +12V car battery terminal that is
always live. Be sure to connect the black
ground (earth) lead to a metal surface of
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Green and green/ Left speaker (Rear)
black wires
White and white/ Left speaker (Front)
black wires
Gray and
Right speaker (Front)
gray/black
wires
Purple and purple/ Right speaker (Rear)
black wires
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Connect to/with
Extension wire
Parking brake (-)
Connected in step 1 above.
Rear line out Left/Right
Front line out Left/Right
Subwoofer
Aux Right
Aux Left
Video in
Camera in
Video out 1
Video out 2
Reverse camera (B+)
Back lamp lead +
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Connector/Obeject
Pink wire
2.5m extension wire
(Not included)
Brake switch
Ground
ISO wires
Grey wire
Black wire
Blue cable
Red cable
White cable
Yellow cable
Yellow cable
Yellow cable
Yellow cable
Purple wire
Gearbox switch
Reverse gear signal
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Connect radio antenna
Connect the radio antenna to the radio antenna of the system for
better radio signal.
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Connect the radio antenna to the car antenna.
Note
F Please consult your Phillips dealer or distributer to purchase the CEA100 external
navigation box.
Mount in the dashboard
Note
F Check wire connection before you mount the unit into a car.
F If preset radio stations are lost when the ignition key is turned OFF and then back
ON, reconnect the red leads crosswise to the yellow ones.
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If the car does not have an on-board drive or navigation
computer, disconnect the negative terminal of the car battery.
F If you disconnect the car battery in a car that has an onboard drive or navigation computer, the computer may lost
its memory.
F If the car battery is not disconnected, to avoid short-circuit,
ensure that bare wires do not touch each other.
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Ensure that car dashboard opening is within these
measurements:
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Connect external navigation box
This unit supports GPS navigation by connecting Philips CEA100
external GPS navigation box.
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Since the unit cannot be used if the dashboard opening’s
slant angle is above 20 degrees: Ensure that the horizontal
slant of the car dashboard opening is between 0 and 20
degrees.
Install remote control battery
Caution
Slide the unit into the dashboard until a click sound is heard.
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F Remove batteries if they are exhausted or if the remote control is not to be used
for a long time.
F Batteries contain chemical substances, they should be disposed of properly.
F Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply. See www.dtsc.ca.gov/
hazardouswaste/perchlorate.
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Open the battery compartment.
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Close the battery compartment.
Insert one CR2025 battery with correct polarity (+/-) as
indicated.
Attach the trim plate.
Turn on
Caution
F Risk of road accidents! Never watch video or adjust settings while you drive.
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Reconnect the negative terminal of the car battery.
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Press to turn on the unit.
» The available OSD (On-Screen Display) languages are
displayed.
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Touch a language to select.
» The OSD language is changed to the selected language
immediately.
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To adjust screen brightness, press DIMMER on the remote
control, then press or .
To turn off the unit, press and hold for 3 seconds.
3 Listen to radio
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Tune to a radio station
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Touch
to display main menu.
Touch [Settings].
» Setting menu displays.
Touch
to access 2nd page.
Touch [Date].
Touch
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Touch
to display home menu.
Touch [Radio].
» Radio screen displays.
to set year.
Repeat step 5 and 6 to set month and day.
Touch [Set Time].
Touch hour/minute digit to highlight the digit.
Touch
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to set hour/minute.
Set time format
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Touch year digit to highlight this digit.
Set Time
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Set date and time
Touch[Time format]repeatedly to toggle between [12Hr] and
[24Hr] options.
Tip
F When date/time is set, touch
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Touch on FM or AM repeatedly on the left of the screen to
select band:
F FM band options: FM1, FM2, FM3
F AM band options: AM1, AM2
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`'%# or to tune to a radio station by step.
F Touch or for over 1 seconds to tune to a radio station
automatically.
to go back to the upper level menu, or touch
to go to the main menu.
Select radio range
Before you start to search for radio stations, you can select radio
range.
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Touch
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Touch [Radio range] to toggle tuner sensitivity from normal to
high sensitivity.
F [Distance]: Only stations with strong signals can be
broadcast.
F [Local]: Stations with strong and weak signals can be
broadcast.
Store radio stations in memory
You can store up to 6 stations in each band.
Store stations manually
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Select a band.
Tune to the station you want to store.
Touch and hold one of the channels 01 to 06 over 2 seconds.
» The station is saved under the selected channel.
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Store stations automatically
Select program type
You can search for a station with intro search, which broadcasts a 10second preview of each detected radio station.
Before tuning to RDS stations, you can select program type and let
the unit search only for programs of the selected category.
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Touch on FM band to select FM1, FM2, or FM3.
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Touch
Select band.
Touch
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Touch [Auto Store].
» Auto search starts. The six strongest stations of the selected
band are saved in preset channels 1-6 automatically.
Touch [PTY].
» List of available program type is displayed.
Tune to a preset station
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Tap [Radio].
Select band.
Tap one of the preset channels (01 to 06) to select a preset
station.
Play with RDS
The RDS (Radio Data System) function operates only in areas with
FM stations broadcasting RDS signals. If you tune to an RDS station,
an RDS icon and the station name are displayed.
Activate AF/TA/REG/CT functions
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Under radio mode, Touch .
» The radio option menu is displayed.
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Touch [Off] after [RDS].
» RDS turns on.
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Touch on each option repeatedly to turn on/off the
corresponding function.
F AF (alternate frequency): automatically searches for
a different station when the tuner cannot get a good
reception.
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announcements automatically no matter what source you
are listening to.
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to display the next/previous screen.
Touch on the selected program type
» The unit starts to search stations of the selected program
type.
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Program type
News
Affairs
Info
Sport
Educate
Drama
Culture
Science
Varied
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Rock M
Easy M
Light M
Classics
Other M
Weather
Finance
Children
Social
Religion
Phone In
Travel
Leisure
Jazz
Country
Nation M
Oldies
Folk M
Document
Test
Alarm
Description
News services
Politics and current affairs
Special information programs
Sports
Education and advanced training
Radio plays and literature
Culture, religion and society
Science
Entertainment programs
Pop music
Rock music
Light music
Light classical music
Classical music
Special music programs
Weather
Finance
Children’s programs
Social Affairs
Religion
Phone In
Travel
Leisure
Jazz Music
Country Music
National Music
Oldies Music
Folk Music
Documentary
Alarm Test
Alarm
Countries where you bought the
unit
China
Supported DVD region code
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4 Play
Load discs
You can play video, audio or images stored on the following discs:
F DVD video, DVD-R, DVD-RW
F VCD
F Audio CD, CD-R, CD-RW
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F Ensure that the disc contains playable content.
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Insert the disc into the disc slot with label side facing up.
Connect USB device
Note
F Ensure that the device contains playable content.
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Open the lid of USB socket.
Insert the USB to the USB socket.
» Play starts automatically.
» Front panel closes automatically.
» Play starts automatically.
» To remove the disc, press the
button.
» When the disc is ejected, the unit switches to the
previous source, if connected. Otherwise, the unit
switches to [Radio] mode automatically.
Note
F Depends on where you bought the unit, you can play DVD discs with one of the
following region codes:
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Insert SD/MMC card
During play, you can select different repeat play modes.
For DVD/VCD video disc:
Note
F Ensure that the card contains playable content.
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Repeat
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Press the button on the front panel.
» front panel opens.
Insert the card into the card slot until a click sound is heard.
» Play starts automatically.
Touch anywhere on the screen to display the control bar.
Touch
repeatedly to select different repeat mode.
Tip
F !'%#"€" in the control bar, touch
on the left lower of the screen to
display the 2nd control bar.
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Touch on the upper line of the screen repeatedly to select
different repeat mode.
Tip
F You can also press
on the remote control to select repeat play mode.
Note
F Repeat options available depend on the media type being played.
Skip/search
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2
Remove the SD/MMC card
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Press the
button to open the front panel.
Press the card until a click sound is heard.
» The card is now disengaged.
Remove the card.
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: To display all available audio folders/track.
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Tap
to start play.
to select a folder/track.
Search by step
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Once a disc, USB or SD card is inserted, play starts automatically.
For DVD movie, if a menu appears, press to start play.
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To pause, tap .
F To resume play, tap
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Search within a title/folder
Play/Pause
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Tap
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Touch anywhere on the screen to display control bar.
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Touch
again.
or
to skip to the previous or next chapter/track.
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Touch anywhere on the screen to display control bar.
Touch
on the left lower corner of the screen.
» The second control bar displays.
Select subtitle language
For DVD or DivX discs that contain two or more subtitle languages.
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During play, touch anywhere on the screen to display control bar.
Touch
to display the 2nd control bar.
Touch
repeatedly to select a language.
» The selected language is displayed.
Tip
F You may also press DVD TITLE on the remote control repeatedly to select subtitle
language.
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Touch .
» The search screen is displayed.
Rotate pictures
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Touch repeatedly to choose searching by chapter/title/time.
F The search options available depends on the media source
type.
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Touch the numbers to enter chapter/title/time number.
F To clear the previous input, touch .
F To clear all input, touch .
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» Play starts from the selected section.
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When you view pictures, touch anywhere on the screen to
display control bar.
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Touch
repeatedly to rotate the picture.
Zoom
You can zoom in pictures for a close view.
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During play, touch
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During viewing pictures, touch anywhere on the screen to
display menu bar.
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Touch
repeatedly to zoom in the picture.
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Touch
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repeatedly to turn random play on or off.
or
to pan through the enlarged picture.
Tip
F You can also press
on the remote control to select random play mode.
Select audio language
For video discs that contain two or more audio channels.
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2
3
During play, touch anywhere on the screen to display control bar.
Touch
on the left lower of the screen to display the 2nd
control bar.
Touch
repeatedly.
» The audio channel information is displayed on the top of the
screen.
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Direct search
5 Play with Bluetooth
device
Tip
F The device will also be disconnected when the device is moved beyond the
operational range.
F If you want to reconnect the device to the unit, place it within the operational
range.
F If you do not want to reconnect the device to the unit automatically, under
You can make or receive phone calls with Bluetooth-enabled phones
through the unit. You can also listen to music from a Bluetoothenabled device.
Bluetooth mode, touch , and then touch option after [Auto connect] repeatedly
until [Off] displays. For details, see the “Adjust Bluetooth settings” section.
Pair the Bluetooth-enabled devices
Make a call
To connect your Bluetooth device to the unit, you need to pair the
device to the unit. Pairing needs only to be done once.
You can pair up to eight devices.
You can make phone call with the unit under any mode.
Note
F Make sure the phone is connected to the unit via Bluetooth.
Note
F The operational range between this unit and a Bluetooth device is approximately
5 meters.
F Before you connect a Bluetooth device to this unit, familiarize yourself with the
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Touch on top of the screen.
» The dial screen displays.
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Touch number icons directly to input phone number.
F Touch c to delete last input
F Touch to access Bluetooth option menu.
F Touch to go back to previous screen.
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After the phone number entered, touch
» The unit starts dialing.
Bluetooth capabilities of the device.
F Compatibility with all Bluetooth devices is not guaranteed.
F Any obstacle between this unit and a Bluetooth device can reduce the operational
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range.
Keep this unit away from any other electronic device that may cause interference.
Turn on the Bluetooth function on your device.
Search for other Bluetooth device with your device.
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Select “CED1700” in the pairing list.
Enter default password “0000”.
» If pairing succeeds. the dial screen displays.
Receive call
By default, all incoming calls are received automatically.
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Speak into the Bluetooth microphone.
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When conversation ends, tap
(red) to terminate the call.
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F You can select to receive calls manually by set [Auto answer] to [Off] status.
Disconnect Bluetooth devices
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To disconnect one device, touch
»
(green) is displayed.
(red).
Re-connect Bluetooth devices
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Switch phone call to the mobile
If you do not want your passenger to hear your incoming call, you can
switch the call to the mobile.
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Touch on top of the screen.
» The bluetooth/paired device screen displays.
During talking, tap .
» The voice is transferred from the unit’s loudspeaker to the
mobile phone.
Listen to music from Bluetooth device
If the connected Bluetooth device supports Advanced Audio
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the device through the unit. If the device also supports Audio Video
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the unit or its remote control to play music stored on the device.
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Touch on one device that you want to re-connect.
Touch
(green).
» Start to re-connect the selected device.
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3
Pair the phone with the unit.
4
Start play music via device.
Tap
to return to home menu.
Tap [Bluetooth].
» The Bluetooth menu is displayed.
1
Tap
.
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If your device support AVRCP,
Adjust volume
1
Press +/- on the front panel to increase/decrease volume.
Mute
2
Tap
to start play.
1
Note
F Check the manual of your Bluetooth device and see whether it allows you to have
full Bluetooth controls.
During play, press /MUTE on the front panel.
F To turn the sound back on, press /MUTE again.
Tip
F You can also turn off sound by touching
Adjust Bluetooth settings
Select preset equalizer
You can change below Bluetooth settings:
F [Auto answer]: to turn on or off “Auto answer” function
F [Auto connect]: to turn on or off “Auto connect” function
F [Paired Device]: display paired device
You can select preset equalizer:
F [User]
F [Techno]
F [Rock]
F [Classic]
F [Jazz]
F [Optimal]
F [Flat]
F [Pop]
1
In Bluetooth menu, touch .
» The option menu is displayed.
2
Touch an option to change the setting.
on the screen.
1
During audio/video play, touch on the screen.
» The current Equalizer setting is displayed.
2
3
Touch
4
5
Touch
to restore the above settings into default settings.
Touch
to exit.
or
to select an EQ.
Touch or to adjust below settings:
F [Bass] bass range: -15 to +15
F [Mid] middle range: -15 to +15.
F [Treb] treble range: -15 to +15
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2.5KHz.
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17.5KHz.
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Adjut fader/balance
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You can also adjust the front and rear speaker balance, the left and
right speaker balance settings.
Adjust general settings
1
2
During play touch
on the screen.
Touch
.
» Sceen below displays:
1
2
Touch
3
4
Touch
Touch [Settings].
» Setting menu displays.
[Beep]
4
Touch [Front], [Rear], [Left], [Right]or [C] (center) to adjust
fader/balance value.
F Fader range: +16 to -16.
F Balance range: -16 to +16.
Touch
1
2
3
4
5
During play, touch
on the screen.
Touch .
» Sceen below displays:
Touch [On] to turn on the subwoofer.
Touch / to adjust value of subwoofer level and subwoofer
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Touch
[Language]
to exit.
Adjust Subwoofer value
to exit.
or
to access 2nd page.
Touch on an option to display/select the option.
General
settings
[Dimmer]
3
to display home menu.
[External
Navi]
[Tuner Area]
Options
Description
[High]/ [Middle]/
[Low]
[On]
Turn on the screen dim high/
middle/low.
Turn on the beep sound. Each
time you press a button/icon,
the unit beeps.
Turn off the beep sound.
Select the on screen display
language.
[Off]
[English], [ኘͧ
ˊஔ], [ጆͧˊ
ஔ], [Português],
[Español]
[Off]/ [On]
Turn the external GPS off/on.
[USA]/ [Latin]/
Select the suitable country area
[Asia]/ [Mid-East]/ of the radio.
[Europe]/ [Russia]
[Date]
Set the system date.
[Clock Mode] [12Hr]/ [24Hr]
Select time format.
[Set Time]
Adjust clock of the unit.
[Parking wire] [Off]
Turn off parking wire.
[On]
Turn on parking wire.
[Information] [Enter]
Display the information on the
unit.
View code for DivX
registration/deactivation.
[Calibration] [Start]
Calibrate the touch screen.
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Touch
to exit.
Adjust Bluetooth settings
Set Dynamic Bass Boost (DBB)
1
Touch [Bluetooth] on the home menu.
» Bluetooth menu displays.
1
2
3
Touch
Tap
to toggle between the settings.
F [DBB] on: The
icon is illuminated.
F [DBB] off (default): The
icon is gray.
to display Bluetooth option menu.
Touch on the options to select:
Bluetooth
settings
[Auto
answer]
[Auto
connect]
Options
Description
[On]
Answer paired phone call automatically.
[Off]
[On]
Answer phone call manually.
If the pre-paired device is within the
effective range, the unit re-connects to
pre-paired device automatically.
Need to re-connect manually.
Touch to display paired device(s).
[Off]
[Paired
Device]
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Touch
to exit.
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Listen to other devices
You can connect an external audio/video device to the unit.
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Connect the car audio to the device through the REAR OUT
L/R connector (see “Connect wires” section)
2
3
4
Touch
to display the home menu.
Touch [AV-IN].
Operated the connected the device (see the instructions manual
of the device).
Reset
When the unit hangs up, you can reset it.
1
Press reset button on the lower right of the front panel with a
ball-point pen or similar tool.
Replace fuse
If there is no power, the fuse may be damaged and need to be
replaced.
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2
3
4
Take out the unit from dashboard.
Check the electric connection.
Buy a fuse that matches the voltage of the damaged fuse (15A)
Replace the fuse.
Tip
F When the unit is reset, all the settings remain unchanged.
Remove the unit
To repair, replace fuse, or replace the unit with another car audio,
remove it from the dashboard.
1
2
If the fuse gets damaged immediately after it has been replaced, there
may be an internal malfunction. In such case, consult your Philips
dealer.
Take off the trim plate.
Pull the unit out from the dashboard.
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9 Product information
Note
F Product information is subject to change without prior notice.
General
Power supply
Fuse
Suitable speaker impedance
Maximum power output
Continuous power output
Pre-Amp output voltage
Subwoofer output voltage
Aux-in level
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight (main unit)
12 V DC (11 V - 16 V),
negative ground
15 A
4-8
50 W x 4 channels
24 W x 4 channels (4 10% T.H.D.)
2.0 V ( CD play mode; 1 kHz, 0 dB,
10 k load)
2.0 V (CD play mode, 61 Hz, 0 dB,
10 k load)
500 mV
178 x 100 x 185.4 mm
2.4 kg
DVD / CD audio / MP3 system
20 Hz - 20k Hz
>75dB
Less than 1%
>55dB
NTSC only
1 +/- 0.2V
Tuner
Frequency range - FM
Frequency range - AM(MW)
87.5 - 108.0 MHz
522 - 1620 KHz (Europe/Russia)
520-1710 KHz (LATAM)
Usable sensitivity - FM
5 uV
Usable sensitivity - AM (MW) 50 uV
LCD
Screen size
Display resolution
Contrast ratio
Brightness
6.95 inches (16:9)
800 x 480 dots
300
350 cd/m2
Bluetooth
Communication system
Output
Maximum communication
range
Frequency band
Compatible Bluetooth
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Supported codecs
Receive
Transmit
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Supported formats:
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F MP3 bit rate (data rate): 32-320 Kbps and variable bit rate
F WMA v9 or earlier
F Directory nesting up to a maximum of 8 levels
F Number of albums/ folders: maximum 99
F Number of tracks/titles: maximum 999
F ID3 tag v2.0 to v2.4
F File name in Unicode UTF8 (maximum length: 128 bytes)
Supported MP3 disc format:
F ISO9660, Joliet
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F Maximum album number: 255
F Supported sampling frequencies: 32 kHz, 44.1kHz, 48 kHz
F Supported Bit-rates: 32-320 Kbps and variable bit rate
Supported video formats:
F DVD
F Xvid
Note
Disc player
System
Frequency response
Signal/noise ratio
Total harmonic distortion
Channel separation
Video signal format
Video output
Compatible USB devices:
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F memory cards (SD / SDHC)
Bluetooth Standard version 2.1
Bluetooth Standard Power Class 2
Line of sight approx. 8m
2.4 GHz band
(2.4000 GHz - 2.4835 GHz)
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SBC (Sub Band Codec)
SBC (Sub Band Codec)
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640X480, frame rate is 20 fps, data rate is not higher than 500kbps
Warning
F Never remove the casing of this apparatus.
To keep the warranty valid, never try to repair the system yourself.
If you encounter problems when using this apparatus, check the
following points before requesting service. If the problem remains
unsolved, go to the Philips web site (www.philips.com/welcome).
When you contact Philips, ensure that the apparatus is nearby and
the model number and serial number are available.
No power
Car engine has not been started. Start the car engine.
Connections is incorrect.
Fuse has been damaged. Replace fuse.
No sound
Volume is too low. Adjust volume.
Speaker connections is incorrect.
No response to the remote control
Ensure that the path between the remote control and the unit is
clear from obstacles.
From a close distance, point the remote control directly at the
unit.
Switch F/R to correct position (F for front control and R for rear
control).
The function does not work. Refer to the instructions.
Replace the remote control battery.
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Music playback is unavailable on the system even after successful
Bluetooth connection.
The device cannot be used with the system to play music.
The audio quality is poor after connection with a Bluetoothenabled device.
The Bluetooth reception is poor. Move the device closer to the
system or remove any obstacle between the device and the
system.
Cannot connect with the system.
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system.
The Bluetooth function of the device is not enabled. Refer to the
user manual of the device for how to enable the function.
The system is not in the pairing mode.
The system is already connected with another Bluetoothenabled device. Disconnect that device or all other connected
devices and then try again.
The paired mobile phone connects and disconnects constantly.
The Bluetooth reception is poor. Move the mobile phone closer
to the system or remove any obstacle between the mobile
phone and the system.
Some mobile phones may connect and disconnect constantly
when you make or end calls. This does not indicate any
malfunction of the system.
For some mobile phones, the Bluetooth connection may be
deactivated automatically as a power-saving feature. This does
not indicate any malfunction of the system.
Disc does not play
Disc is upside down. Ensure the printed side is upwards.
Disc is dirty. Clean the disc with a clean, soft, lint-free cloth. Wipe
the disc outwards from the center.
Disc is defective. Try another disc.
incompatible disc is used. Try another disc.
Disc rating exceeds the restrict setting. Change the rating
settings to lower one.
Disc region code is not compatible with the unit. Use disc with
proper region code.
No image
Parking brake wire connection is incorrect. Check the parking
wiring.
Video DVD settings do not match with the DVD. Adjust video
DVD settings.
Video connection is improper. Check the connections.
Noise in broadcasts.
Signals are too weak. Select other stations with stronger signals.
Check the connection of the car antenna.
Change broadcast from stereo to mono.
Preset stations lost.
Battery cable is not correctly connected. Connect the battery
cable to the terminal that is always live.
Fuse is broken
The Fuse type is incorrect. Replace it with a 15A fuse.
Speaker wire or power wire is grounded. Check the connections.
Display show ERR-12
USB/SD data error. Check the USB device or SD card.
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11 Glossary
B
Bite rate
The max data transfer through the USB port.
Bluetooth
Bluetooth® is a short-rang wireless protocol that is meant to allow
mobile devices to share information and applications without the
worry of cables or interface incompatibilities. The name refers to a
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information, see www.bluetooth.com.
M
MP3
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abbreviation of Motion Picture Experts Group 1 (or MPEG-1) Audio
Layer 3. With the MP3 format, one CD-R or CD-RW can contain
about 10 times more data than a regular CD.
R
Region code
A system that allows discs to be played only in the region designated.
This unit only plays discs that have compatible region codes. You can
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compatible with more than one region (or ALL regions.)
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SD
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SDHC
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enables SD cards to reach higher capacities from 4GB to 32GB, and
growing.
W
WMA (Windows Media Audio)
An audio format owned by Microsoft, is a part of Microsoft Windows
Media technology. Includes Microsoft Digital Rights Management tools,
Windows Media Video encoding technology, and Windows Media
Audio encoding technology.
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