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Benutzerhandbuch95
Manual del usuario
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Gebruiksaanwijzing195
Manuale utente
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1Safety
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2 Your car entertainment system
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Introduction4
What's in the box
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Overview of the main unit
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Overview of the remote control
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3 Install the car entertainment system 7
Connect wires
Mount into the dashboard
4 Get started
Prepare the remote control
Turn on
Use the home menu
Set the date and time
Adjust the screen brightness
Switch display designs
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5 Play from hard media
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6 Listen to radio
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Load a disc
Connect a USB storage device
Insert an SD/SDHC card
Control play
Browse recorded files
About DivX® videos
Switch to radio mode
Set up
Tune to a radio station
Store radio stations in memory
Tune to a preset radio station
Use RDS related features
7 Use the navigation system
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8 Use Bluetooth devices
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9 Play from an iPod/iPhone
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10 Smart Connect Link
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11 Universal USB Charging
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Insert the map data card
Navigate your road trip
Activate the Bluetooth function
Pair a device
Play audio from a connected device
Make a call
Compatible iPod/iPhone models
Connect your iPod/iPhone
Control play
Charge your iPod/iPhone
12 Adjust sound
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Adjust the volume level
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Mute sound
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Enable the MAX Sound effect
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Enable the DBB sound effect
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Enable the FullSound effect
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Select a preset sound equalizer
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Others32
13 Adjust settings
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Access system setup menus
Adjust general settings
View system information
Adjust Navigation settings
Adjust Bluetooth settings
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Contents
14Others
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15 Product information
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Play external audio/video input
Use rear monitors
Use buttons on the steering wheel
Reset the system
Replace the fuse
Upgrade the firmware
16Troubleshooting
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General41
About the Bluetooth device
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17Notice
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Compliance42
Care of the environment
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Trademark notice
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Copyright43
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Risk of swallowing batteries! A coin
type battery is bundled, which can be
swallowed. Keep the battery out of reach
of children at all times!
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1Safety
Read and understand all instructions before you
use the device. 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.
• The device is designed for negative ground
(earth) 12 V DC operation only.
• To reduce the risk of traffic accidents, do
not watch video when driving.
• To ensure safe driving, adjust the volume to
a safe and comfortable level.
• Improper fuses can cause damage or
fire. When you need to change the fuse,
consult a professional.
• Use only the supplied mounting hardware
for a safe and secure installation.
• To avoid short circuits, do not expose the
device, remote control or remote control
batteries to rain or water.
• The device shall not be exposed to
dripping or splashing.
• Do not place any sources of danger on
the device (e.g. liquid filled objects, lighted
candles).
• Never insert objects into the ventilation
slots or other openings on the device.
• Never place any objects other than discs
into the disc tray/slot.
• To avoid exposure to laser radiation, do
not disassemble the device.
• 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 device with soft, damp cloth.
Never use substances such as alcohol,
chemicals or household cleaners on the
device.
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2 Your car
entertainment
system
What's in the box
Check and identify the contents of the package:
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Congratulations on your purchase, and
welcome to Philips! To fully benefit from the
support that Philips offers, register your product
at www.philips.com/welcome.
Introduction
With the car entertainment system, you can
• listen to music,
• watch videos,
• view pictures,
• listen to FM (RDS included) and AM/MW
radio,
• make phone calls via Bluetooth, and
• navigate your road trip.
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Main unit
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Rubber cushion 4
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Hexagon head
screw
Use manual
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Remote control
Screw X 4
(M5x8mm)
Remote control
battery
Trim plate
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Overview of the main unit
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• Press to eject the disc.
• Press to access the navigation system.
• Access the the Smart Phone Mirror
Box (not supplied by Philips) via Smart
Connect Link (refer to Chapter 10).
• Press to turn on the unit.
• Press and hold to turn off the unit.
• Press to mute the speakers or release
them from mute status.
i
• Connect to a USB storage device or
iPod/iPhone.
j LCD screen
k +/• Press to increase or decrease the
volume.
l MIC
• The built-in microphone for phone
calls.
d RESET
• Press to reset the system.
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• Insert an SD/SDHC card.
f MAP
• Insert a microSD card that stores the
digital map data.
g iR sensor
• The sensor that receives infra-red
signals from the remote control.
h AV-IN
• Connect to the audio and video
output sockets of an external player by
a composite AV cable.
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i DVD AUDIO
• Select an audio language or audio
channel.
Overview of the remote
control
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j DBB
• Enable or disable the DBB (Dynamic
Bass Boost) sound effect.
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k EQ
• Select a preset sound equalizer.
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• Select a music listening zone.
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• Press to eject the disc.
• Return to the previous menu or mode.
p DVD MENU
• Access the DVD menu.
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• Switch to music playback mode.
• Switch to picture slideshow mode.
• Start, pause, or resume the play.
t OK
• Confirm an option.
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d VOLUME + / • Press to increase or decrease the
volume.
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• Switch to the control interface for
front source or rear source.
o TOP MENU
• Return to top menu.
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a SOURCE
• Press repeatedly to select a source.
• Turn on or off the screen.
/ /TRACK -/TRACK +
• Skip to the previous or next track,
chapter, or file.
• For DVD, press and hold to select a
speed for fast backward or forward
search.
• Access the home menu.
v BAND
• Select a tuner band.
• Enable or disable the maximum sound.
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• Switch to video playback mode.
• Enable or disable the FullSound effect.
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/ /PRESET +/PRESET • Tune to the previous or next preset
radio station.
• Skip to the previous or next folder.
• Press to turn on the system.
• Press and hold to turn off the system.
• Press to mute the speakers or release
them from mute status.
y NAVI
• Press to access the navigation system.
3 Install the car
entertainment
system
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Always follow the instructions in this chapter in
sequence.
These instructions are for a typical installation.
However, if your car has different requirements,
make the adjustment accordingly. If you have
any question regarding installation kits, consult
your local retailer.
Note
•• This system is designed for negative ground (earth) 12V
DC operation only.
•• Always install this system in the car dashboard. Other
locations can be dangerous as the rear of the system
heats up during use.
•• To avoid short-circuit: before you connect, make sure
that the ignition is off.
•• Make sure that you connect the yellow and red power
supply leads after all other leads are connected.
•• Make sure that all loose leads are insulated with
electrical tape.
•• Make sure that the leads do not get caught under
screws iron parts that will move (e.g. seat rail).
•• Make sure that all ground (earth) leads are run to a
common ground (earth) point.
•• Use only the supplied mounting hardware for a safe
and secure installation.
•• Improper fuses can cause damage or fire. When you
need to change the fuse, consult a professional.
•• When you connect other devices to this system, make
sure that the rating of the car circuit is higher than the
total fuse value of all the connected devices.
•• Never connect speaker wires to the metal body or
chassis of the car.
•• Never connect speaker wires with stripes to one
another.
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Connect wires
Connect other wires if necessary.
Note
•• Make sure that all loose leads are insulated with
electrical tape.
•• Consult a professional to connect wires as instructed
below.
•• Before connection, check the car's wiring carefully.
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Connect the ISO male connectors.
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ISO male connectors
Connect to
Green strip, blackedged green strip
White strip, blackedged white strip
Gray strip, blackedged gray strip
Purple strip, blackedged purple strip
Red strip
Rear left speaker
Front left speaker
Front right speaker
Rear right speaker
Ignition key +12V
DC when ON/ACC
Blue strip
Motor/electric
antenna relay
control lead
Blue strip, white strip Amplifier relay
control lead
Black strip
Ground
Yellow strip
The +12V car
battery which is
energized at all times
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Connectors and
sockets on rear panel
External sockets or
connectors
For ISO male
connectors
REAR OUT R (Red
socket)
AV-IN R(Red socket)
As indicated
above
Rear right speaker
Right audio
channel output
socket of an
external player
AV-IN L(White
Left audio channel
socket)
output socket of
an external player
REAR OUT L (White Rear left speaker
socket)
VIDEO IN (Yellow
Video output
socket)
socket of an
external player
VIDEO OUT 1
Video input socket
(Yellow socket)
of an external
display device
VIDEO OUT 2
Video input socket
(Yellow socket)
of an external
display device
RADIO ANTENNA Radio antenna
(Green socket)
CAMERA IN (Purple Video output
socket)
socket of an
external camera
SUB-W OUT (Blue
Sub-woofer
socket)
REVERSE CAMERA Reverse camera
(Purple wire)
(B+)
PARKING BRAKE
Parking brake (-)
(Pink wire)
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External sockets or
connectors
OE SWC IR
REMOTE IN (Brown
wire)
OE SWC IR
REMOTE IN (Black
wire)
OE SWC AD LEARN
(White wire)
OE SWC AD LEARN
(White wire)
OE SWC AD LEARN
(Black wire)
Smart Connect Link
Connector (Black
connector)
OE SWC remote
in
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Connectors and
sockets on rear panel
Ground
OE SWC AD
Learn line 1
OE SWC AD
Learn line 2
Ground
Compatible with
external accessory
box (refer to
Chapter 10)
External Mic (Black
External
connector)
microphone
GPS AERIAL (Black
GPS smart
connector)
antenna
FRONT OUT R (Red Front right speaker
connector)
FRONT OUT L
Front left speaker
(White connector)
Rear Monitor
Left audio channel
Audio Out 1 (white input socket of
connector)
one rear monitor
Rear Monitor
Right audio
Audio Out 1 (Red
channel input
connector)
socket of one rear
monitor
Rear Monitor
Left audio channel
Audio Out 2 (White input socket of
connector)
another rear
monitor
Rear Monitor
Right audio
Audio Out 2 (Red
channel input
connector)
socket of another
rear monitor
Tip
•• The pin arrangement for the ISO connectors depends
on the type of your vehicle. To avoid damage to the
system, connect properly.
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Slide the unit into the dashboard until a
click sound is heard.
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Reconnect the negative terminal of the car
battery.
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Mount into the dashboard
Note
•• Make sure that wires are correctly connected before
you mount the main unit into a car.
•• 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.
2
If the car does not have an on-board drive
or navigation computer, disconnect the
negative terminal of the car battery.
• If you disconnect the car battery in
a car that has an on-board drive or
navigation computer, the computer
may lose its memory.
• If the car battery is not disconnected,
to avoid short-circuit, make sure that
bare wires do not touch each other.
Make sure that the car dashboard opening
is within these measurements:
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5m
182
mm
112 mm
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• Since the unit cannot be used if the
dashboard opening's slant angle is
above 20 degrees, make sure that the
horizontal slant of the car dashboard
opening is between 0 and 20 degrees.
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4 Get started
1
2
Pull out the battery tray.
3
Insert the battery tray.
Insert one CR2025 battery with correct
polarity (+/-) as indicated.
Caution
•• Risk of car accidents! Never watch video or operate
this system while driving.
Prepare the remote control
For the first time use
Pull the protective sheet out.
»» The remote control is ready for use.
Turn on
Press
.
»» PHILIPS logo and a progress bar are
displayed while boot-up.
• To turn off the system, press and hold
for 3 seconds.
For the fist time use
After successful boot-up, the following interface
is displayed.
Replace the battery
Caution
•• Risk of explosion! Keep batteries away from heat,
sunshine or fire. Never discard batteries in fire.
Note
•• Remove the battery if it is exhausted or if the remote
control is not to be used for a long time.
•• Batteries contain chemical substances, they should be
1
Tap to select a language for on-screen
display.
»» The following interface is displayed.
2
Tap to select a radio region that matches
your location.
»» The following interface is displayed.
disposed of properly.
•• Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply. See
www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate.
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English
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Tap [FINISH] to complete the initial setup.
»» The device switches to radio mode
automatically.
Use the home menu
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•
•
•
•
Note
•• If
is displayed when you touch an icon, it indicates
that the selected media or feature is unavailable at the
current time.
•
•
Access the home menu
Tap
to access the home menu.
»» The clock, date, and the bar for
popular icons are displayed.
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[Radio]: Switch the source to FM/
AM radio.
[Disc]: Switch the source to disc.
[USB]: Switch the source to USB
storage device.
[SDHC]: Switch the source to SD/
SDHC card.
: Once your iPod/iPhone is
connected and recognized, this icon is
displayed in the bar of favorite icons.
Tap it to switch the source back to
iPod/iPhone.
[Navigation]: Access the navigation
system.
[Bluetooth]: Use the Bluetooth
feature.
[AV-In 1]/[AV-In 2]: Switch the
source to the audio and video input
that is transferred from an external
video player.
[Rear zone]: Access the settings for
rear monitors.
[SWC]: Access the interface to
assign functions to buttons on the
steering wheel.
[Settings]: Access the system menu.
[Car Mirror]: Access the the Smart
Phone Mirror Box (not supplied by
Philips) via Smart Connect Link (refer
to Chapter 10).
R
To access the full menu with all feature
icons displayed, tap .
To return to the home menu, tap .
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Customize the home menu
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2
3
3
Tap [Clock mode] to select a time format.
• [24hr]: 24-hour time format
• [12hr]: 12-hour time format
4
Tap [Date] to display the interface for
setting the date.
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6
Tap
7
8
Tap
to set the hour and minute.
Tap
to return to the home menu.
Tap and hold an icon until it is movable.
Drag it to the target place, and then
release your finger.
• When you move an icon from the bar
for popular icons to the lower area,
release your finger when the icon's
name is displayed.
• When you move an icon from the
lower area to the bar for popular icons,
release your finger when the icon's
name disappears.
to set the year, month, and date.
Tap [Time] to display the interface for
setting the time.
Tap to return to the home menu.
»» The bar for popular icons is refreshed.
Set the date and time
1
Tap > to access the full menu with all
feature icons displayed.
2
Tap [Settings].
»» The [General] menu is displayed.
Adjust the screen brightness
Press and hold on the front panel to select a
brightness level of the screen.
• [LEVEL 1], [LEVEL 2], or [LEVEL 3]
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Select a preset display design.
1
In any mode, tap , and then [Display
Design].
»» The [Display Design] interface is
displayed.
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media
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Switch display designs
You can use this system to listen to audio, watch
videos, and view photos that are stored on a
disc, USB storage device, or SD/SDHC card.
Note
•• Before use, check for compatible media.
Load a disc
Caution
2
Tap a setting to display the options.
• [Wallpaper]: Select a wallpaper.
• [Visualizer]: Select a motional
visualization effect.
• [Skin]: Select a background color for
on-screen icons.
3
4
Tap an option to select it.
Tap
•• Never insert any object other than a disc of 12-cm
diameter into the disc slot.
to return to the previous mode.
1
Insert the disc into the disc slot with the
label side facing up.
»» Play starts automatically.
• If play does not start automatically, tap
the screen to display the icon, and
then tap to start play.
2
To eject the disc, press .
»» When the disc is ejected, the system
switches to the previous source or
radio mode.
DVD region code
Countries
Europe
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Connect a USB storage
device
Note
•• Make sure that the USB storage device contains
compatible files.
•• NTFS (New Technology File System) file system is not
supported.
1
Push the USB socket cover upwards to
open it.
2
Connect the USB storage device to the
USB socket.
»» Play starts automatically.
Remove the SD/SDHC card
1
2
Switch system to another source.
3
Pull out the SD/SDHC card.
Press the card inwards until you hear a
"click".
»» The card is disengaged.
Control play
Videos
• To remove the USB storage device,
switch the system to another source
first.
Insert an SD/SDHC card
Note
•• Make sure that the SD/SDHC card contains compatible
files.
•• NTFS (New Technology File System) file system is not
supported.
1
2
Flip up the protective cover.
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Insert the SD/SDHC card into the
until you hear a "click".
»» Play starts automatically.
slot
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•
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: Return to the home menu.
: Zoom in or out of the image.
: Select an available audio channel or
audio language.
: Select an available subtitle.
• For DVD, return to the disc menu or
root menu.
• For recorded files, return to the list of
files or folders (see 'Browse recorded
files' on page 18).
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•
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PBC: For VCD/SVCD only, enable or
disable the PBC (Playback Control) feature.
/
: Skip to the previous or next
title, chapter, track, or file.
• To search forward fast or rewind the
track, tap on the progress bar.
/ : Start, pause, or resume play.
: Display control icons on the second
page.
Audios
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•
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•
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: Select a repeat mode.
• DVD: [Repeat chapter] (repeat the
current chapter), [Repeat title] (repeat
the current title), [Repeat all] (repeat
all chapters and titles), or [Repeat off]
(cancel repeat play).
• VCD/SVCD: [Repeat one] (repeat the
current track) or [Repeat all] (repeat
all tracks).
• Recorded files: [Repeat one] (repeat
the current video file), [Repeat folder]
(repeat all video files in the current
folder), or [Repeat all] (repeat all video
files).
[16:9]/[4:3]: Select an aspect ratio.
: Tap to display the brightness bar, and
then tap on the bar to adjust the screen
brightness.
: Tap to display the contrast bar, and
then tap on the bar to adjust the image
contrast.
: Tap to display the saturation bar, and
then tap on the bar to adjust the image
saturation.
: Display control icons on the first page.
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•
•
•
•
: Return to the home menu.
• Press once to access the track list.
• Press twice to access the folder list.
• Press repeatedly to return to the
playback interface.
: For recorded files only, skip to the next
audio folder.
: Return to the list of tracks or folders
(see 'Browse recorded files' on page 18).
/
: Skip to the previous or next
track.
• To search forward fast or rewind the
track, tap on the progress bar.
/ : Start, pause, or resume play.
/
/
: Select a repeat mode.
•
: Repeat the current track.
•
: For recorded files, repeat all tracks
in the current folder.
•
(highlighted): Repeat all tracks.
: Select random play (
highlighted)
or sequential play (
in gray).
Pictures
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: Return to the home menu.
: Zoom in or out of the picture.
/ : Rotate the picture clockwise or anticlockwise by 90 degrees.
/ : Return to the list of files or folders
(see 'Browse recorded files' on page 18).
/ : Select the previous or next picture.
/ : Pause or resume the slideshow.
: Display control icons on the second
page.
[16:9]/[4:3]: Select an aspect ratio.
: Tap to display the brightness bar, and
then tap on the bar to adjust the screen
brightness.
: Tap to display the contrast bar, and
then tap on the bar to adjust the image
contrast.
: Tap to display the saturation bar,
and tap on the bar to adjust the image
saturation.
: Display control icons on the first page.
Browse recorded files
During playing recorded files, you can access
the file list and select files from the list.
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Tap
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to access the list of files or folders.
2
Tap an icon to select a file category.
•
: Display the list of audio tracks or
folders.
•
: Display the list of picture files or
folders.
•
: Display the list of video files or
folders.
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Tap the name of a file to start play.
About DivX® videos
DivX® video is a digital media format
that retains high quality despite of a high
compression rate. You can play DivX® VOD
(Video-on-Demand) videos that are rented or
purchased from online stores. You can also play
non-VOD DivX videos.
Play DivX VOD videos
To play DivX® VOD videos on this product,
you need the DivX® VOD code on this
product, the DivX Player installed on your
computer, and a free DivX Account.
Find the DivX® VOD code on your product.
1
Tap > to access the full menu with all
feature icons displayed.
2
Tap [Settings] to access the system
setup menus.
3
4
Tap
[Info] to access the [Info] menu.
Tap [DivX(R) VOD] to display the
registration code.
•• If no DivX Player is installed on your computer,
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Note
download it from www.divx.com for free.
•• If you have no DivX Account, create one for free
through DivX Player that is installed on your computer.
On your computer through DivX Player
1
With the DivX® VOD code, register this
product under your DivX Account.
• After the registration, previous videos
that you rented or purchased with the
same DivX Account can be played on
this product.
2
Rent or purchase DivX® VOD videos with
your DivX Account.
3
Transfer the DivX® VOD videos to a
supported recordable disc.
Switch to radio mode
After the boot-up at the first time, the system
switches to radio mode automatically.
To switch the source back to radio afterwards,
tap [Radio] on the home menu.
»» The interface for radio is displayed.
On your product
Play the DivX® VOD videos from the disc.
Note
•• Go to www.divx.com to learn more about
downloading and playing DivX videos.
Set up
Play non-VOD DivX videos
Before you search for radio stations, make prior
setup.
1
Transfer the videos and subtitle files onto
a supported recordable disc, USB storage
device, or SD/SDHC card.
Tap
2
Play the video files from the disc, USB
storage device, or SD/SDHC card.
to display the setup menus.
Note
•• To play a DivX DRM protected file, transfer it to a
compatible disc first.
•• The subtitle filename has to be the same as the
filename of the DivX video (the file extension
excluded).
•• The DivX video file and its subtitle file must be saved
under the same directory.
•• This product supports subtitle files in the following
formats: .srt and .sub.
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Select a radio range
1
Tap [Radio Range].
1
Tap FM or AM to select a band.
• FM bands: FM1, FM2, FM3
• AM bands: AM1, AM2
2
Tap or repeatedly until the frequency
of target radio station is displayed.
• To tune to a radio station automatically,
tap and hold or until the
frequency digits start change.
Tip
•• You can also press BAND on the remote control
repeatedly to select a band.
2
Tap [Distance] or [Local] to select a tuner
sensitivity.
• [Distance]: Stations with strong and
weak signals can be tuned to.
• [Local]: Only stations with strong
signals can be tuned to.
Enable the RDS feature
Note
•• RDS feature is enabled by default.
•• Only after the RDS feature is enabled, the option of
[PTY list] is displayed.
Store radio stations in
memory
You can store up to 6 stations in each band.
Store radio stations manually
1
2
3
Tap [RDS On] to enable the RDS feature.
»» The option of [PTY list] is displayed.
• To disable the RDS feature, tap [RDS
Off].
Tune to a radio station
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Tune to the target radio station.
Tap and hold one of the channels (1 to 6)
over two seconds.
»» The radio station is saved under the
selected channel.
Store radio stations automatically
You can search for a radio station with intro
search, which broadcasts a 10-second preview
of each detected radio station.
1
2
3
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Select a band.
Select a band.
Tap
.
Tap [Auto Store].
»» Auto search starts. The six strongest
stations of the selected band are saved
in preset channels automatically.
1
2
2
Select a band.
Tap one of the preset channels (1 to 6) to
select a preset radio station.
Tap the name of a program type to start
search.
»» Once an RDS station that transmits
programs of the selected type is
found, the RDS station is broadcast
automatically.
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Tune to a preset radio station
• To save the RDS station, tap and hold
one of the preset channels.
• To search for another RDS station,
repeat steps 1 and 2.
RDS program types
Use RDS related features
Note
•• Only after RDS feature is enabled, you can use RDS
related features.
Search for RDS programs of a specific
type
1
Tap > [PTY list] to display the list of
program types.
Item
Program
type
Description
1 2 NEWS
AFFAIRS
3 INFO
4 5 SPORT
EDUCATE
6 DRAMA
7 CULTURE
8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 SCIENCE
VARIED
POP M
ROCK M
MOR M
LIGHT M
CLASSICS
OTHER M
WEATHER
FINANCE
CHILDREN
SOCIAL
RELIGION
PHONE IN
TRAVEL
LEISURE
JAZZ
COUNTRY
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
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Item
Program
type
Description
26 27 28 29 30 31 NATION M
OLDIES
FOLK M
DOCUMENT
TEST
ALARM
National Music
Oldies Music
Folk Music
Documentary
Alarm Test
Alarm
7 Use the
navigation
system
Insert the map data card
Note
Use alternate frequencies
•• The map data card is not included in the packaging.
•• Before using the map data card, update the map data
if necessary.
If the signal of an RDS station is poor, enable
the AF (Alternate Frequency) function. The
system searches for a strong station that
broadcasts the same program.
Tap AF to enable or disable the AF function.
• AF (highlighted): The function is enabled.
• AF (in gray): The function is disabled.
1
2
Flip up the protective cover.
3
Close the protective cover.
Insert the map data card into the MAP slot
until you hear a "click".
Navigate your road trip
Note
•• Risk of traffic accident! Never operate the navigation
system during drive. Complete the setting of your
destination and other navigation specifications before
you drive.
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1
Press NAVI.
• You can also tap on the home menu
to access the navigation system.
»» The navigation interface is displayed in
a few seconds.
2
Follow the user manual of the navigation
map to set navigation specifications.
English
8 Use Bluetooth
devices
With this system, you can listen to audio from a
player and make a call through Bluetooth.
Activate the Bluetooth
function
•
•
2
Tap on this system to search for other
Bluetooth devices.
3
In the device list, tap the name of your
Bluetooth device, and then tap
behind
the name.
On the home menu, tap .
In any other mode, tap on top of the
screen.
Pair a device
Note
•• Philips does not guarantee the compatibility with all
Bluetooth devices.
•• Before pairing a device with this system, read its user
manual for Bluetooth compatibility.
•• Make sure that Bluetooth function is enabled on your
device, and your device is set as visible to all other
Bluetooth devices.
•• The operational range between this system and a
Bluetooth device is approximately 8 meters (24 feet).
•• Any obstacle between this system and a Bluetooth
device can reduce the operational range.
•• Keep away from any other electronic device that may
cause interference.
»» The paring starts, and then a pairing
request from CED1910BT is displayed
on your device.
Pair the first device
1
Activate the Bluetooth function on this
system.
»» The following interface is displayed.
4
On your device, accept the pairing request
from CED1910BT, enter the default
password '0000', and then confirm the
password entry.
»» [Paired OK!] flashes, and then
[Connecting] is displayed on this
system.
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5
On your device, enable or permit the
connection with CED1910BT.
• If a player is connected, the music
playback interface is displayed on this
system.
Pair more devices
1
Activate the Bluetooth function on this
system.
»» One of the following interfaces is
displayed.
2
Tap
3
Tap [New pairing] to start searching for
Bluetooth devices.
4
Repeat steps 3 to 5 that are indicated in
the above section "Pair the first device" to
complete the connection.
: Tap it to return to the music
playback interface.
: Tap it to display the list of paired
mobile phones.
: Tap it to display the list of paired
mobile phones.
: Tap it to display the list of paired
mobile phones.
• If a mobile phone is connected, the
keypad is displayed on this system.
: Tap it to display the list of paired
players.
: Tap it to display the on-screen
keypad for phone calls.
: Tap it to display the phone book
that is synchronized with your mobile
phone and keypad.
: Tap it to display the list of favorite
contacts.
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on the top right corner.
Tip
Note
•• If you want to manually reconnect a device after the
English
•• You can connect a music player and a mobile phone
connection is interrupted, disable the function of
automatic connection (see 'Adjust Bluetooth settings'
on page 41).
simultaneously.
Manage paired devices
1
2
3
4
5
6
Activate the Bluetooth function.
Tap or .
• To manage paired players, tap .
• To manage paired mobile phones, tap
.
Tap
on the top right corner.
Play audio from a connected
device
If the connected Bluetooth device supports
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP),
you can listen to tracks that are stored on the
device through the system. If the device also
supports Audio Video Remote Control Profile
(AVRCP) profile, you can control play on the
system or with its remote control.
1
2
Play a track on the connected device.
3
Tap icons on the interface to control play.
•
: Pause or resume play.
•
/
: Select the previous or
next track.
On this system, tap
playback interface.
to display the music
Tap [Paired Device].
»» The list of paired devices is displayed.
Note
Tap the name of the paired device that you
want to reconnect, disconnect, or delete.
•
: Tap to reconnect the device.
•
: Tap to disconnect the device.
•
: Tap to delete the device from the
list of paired devices.
Tap
,
•• If the connected device does not support the AVRCP
profile, control play on the connected device.
, or .
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Make a call
Note
•• Keep the Bluetooth connection active between the
system and your mobile phone.
Locate the external microphone
You can connect an external microphone for
better communication quality.
2
Tap number icons to enter the phone
number.
• To clear the last digit, tap .
• To clear all digits, tap .
• To return to the previous screen, tap
.
3
Tap to send the call.
• To end the call, tap
.
• To enter numbers during the call, tap
to display the keypad first.
Note
•• The external microphone is not included in the
packaging of this system.
1
Make sure that the microphone is
connected to this system.
2
Place the microphone at a proper location,
such as, stick it onto the dashboard, or clip
it on the sun-shield.
Redial the last called number
1
Tap .
»» The last called number is displayed.
2
Tap
again to send the call.
Answer a call
Note
•• By default, all incoming calls are picked up automatically.
You can disable the function of automatic answer (see
'Adjust Bluetooth settings' on page 41).
1
Call a number
You can make phone calls with the system.
1
Tap on top of the screen.
»» The keypad is displayed.
• If the keypad is not displayed, tap
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.
When there is an incoming call, [Incoming
call…] is displayed on the screen.
English
2
Tap
to answer the call.
• To reject or end the call, tap
.
Transfer a phone call to mobile phone
By default, the voice comes from the
loudspeakers during a call.
3
Tap the name of a contact from the list,
and then tap to send a call.
Manage the phone book
1
2
Tap the name of a contact from the list.
Tap .
»» The following options are displayed.
• [Delete one]: Delete the selected
contact.
• [Delete all]: Delete all contacts.
• [Cancel]: Return to the phone book
interface.
3
Tap one of the options and confirm.
Search for a contact
1
Tap to transfer the phone call to your
mobile phone.
»» The loudspeakers are muted, and the
voice comes from the mobile phone
only.
2
Take up your mobile phone for the
conversation.
Use the on-screen phone book
1
2
Tap
to display the phone book interface.
Tap [Sync] to start synchronizing the
phone book with your mobile phone.
»» [Synchronizing...] is displayed.
»» After the synchronization is complete,
the contact list is displayed.
Tap the alphanumeric icons to enter the
keyword.
• To enter the first letter displayed on the
icon, tap it once.
• To switch between letters and the digit, tap
an icon briefly and repeatedly.
• To delete the last input, tap .
»» The system searches for contacts
whose name include the keyword.
»» If no contact is found, [No match] is
displayed.
Note
•• Up to 5 characters can be entered as the keyword.
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Edit the favorite call list
Save the number of a contact into the favorite
call list, and then you can send a call quickly.
9 Play from an
iPod/iPhone
Note
•• During play, no audio signals are transferred through
the headphone socket of your iPod/iPhone.
1
2
3
Tap
to display the favorite call list.
Tap
behind a sequence number.
Enter the number and then tap OK to
confirm.
»» The number is saved.
• To send a call, tap the number from
the list.
Compatible iPod/iPhone
models
This system supports the following iPod and
iPhone models.
• iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G, and
iPhone
• iPod touch (1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th
generations)
• iPod nano (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th
generations)
• iPod classic
Connect your iPod/iPhone
Connect an Apple 30-pin USB cable to:
• the USB socket on the front panel of this
system, and
• your iPod/iPhone.
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•
•
: Tap to switch back to the on-screen
control mode, and then you can control
play on this system.
: Tap to access the music menu.
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»» The system starts playing tracks that
are stored on your iPod/iPhone.
Search for a track
You can select a track quickly through the music
menu.
•
1
Tap
2
Tap to select a category.
»» Tracks under the selected category are
listed.
3
Tap a track name to start play.
• If one or more subcategories are
under the selected category, select a
category first.
to access the music menu.
Once your iPod/iPhone is connected and
recognized, is displayed in the bar of
popular icons on the home menu. You
can tap it to switch back to this playback
interface.
Note
•• Before you disconnect your iPod/iPhone, switch the
system to another source.
Control play
By default, use the on-screen playback interface
of this system to control play.
•
: Tap to pause play.
•
: Tap to resume play.
•
/
: Tap to play the previous or
next track.
•
/
: Tap to select a repeat mode.
•
: Repeat the current track.
•
(highlighted): Repeat all tracks.
•
(in gray): Cancel repeat play.
•
: Tap to select a play mode.
•
(highlighted): Play tracks randomly.
•
(in gray): Play tracks in sequence.
•
: Tap to switch to the iPod control
mode, and then you can control play on
your iPod/iPhone.
Charge your iPod/iPhone
Once the iPod/iPhone is connected and
recognized, the iPod/iPhone begins to charge.
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10Smart Connect
Link
11Universal USB
Charging
Smart Connect Link is a device interoperability
standard defined by Philips that offers
integration between external peripheral
(TV box, smart devices, etc) and Philips’s car
entertainment system. Smart Connect Link
brings the attached peripheral’s function into
the application platform of the Philips car
entertainment system where apps are still
hosted and running on the external peripheral.
Drivers and passengers can interact with the
external peripheral through the touch screen of
Phillips car entertainment system.
Philips enhanced the USB interface which was
normally used for music playback from pen
drive to now being able to supply current for
charging smart devices.
Smart Connect Link uses generic RGB video
signal standard to enable the display of the user
interface from external peripheral application
on Philips car entertainment system and utilizes
Bluetooth HID profile protocol standard to
communicate user input back to the peripheral.
Contact your dealer for the Smart Connect
Link compatible devices to enrich your
entertainment experience.
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The current required for recharging phone
battery or operation for some smart devices
are higher than the standard USB can afford.
The new Philips Universal USB charging
interface is able to supply 1 Amp of current
to a smart device, sufficient to charge up its
battery and power it up for intensive usage.
The software protocol is also designed to be
universal such that it can be compatible with
virtually all smart phones available in the market
and starts charging process instantly when USB
is connected.
Enable the FullSound effect
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12Adjust sound
Note
When you listen to radio, enjoy music, or watch
video, follow the instructions below to adjust
sound.
Adjust the volume level
Press +/- repeatedly on the front panel.
• +: Increase the volume level.
• -: Decrease the volume level.
Mute sound
Press
on the front panel.
• To release the speakers from mute status,
press
again.
Enable the MAX Sound effect
Tap
•
•
on the playback interface.
(highlighted): The MAX Sound effect
is enabled.
(in gray): The MAX Sound effect is
disabled.
Enable the DBB sound effect
•• This feature is unavailable when you listen to radio.
Philips FullSound restores the audio details that
are lost due to compression. It enriches the
music signals so that what you hear is the full
sound with every nuance of emotion and every
detail of musical genius.
Philips FullSound can:
• bring out CD sound quality from an MP3
track,
• achieve richer bass with greater depth and
impact,
• restore the sense of spaciousness that lacks
in a compressed audio, and
• enhance sound precision and details.
Tap
•
•
on the playback interface.
(highlighted): The FullSound effect is
enabled.
(in gray): The FullSound effect is
disabled.
Select a preset sound
equalizer
1
Tap on the playback interface.
»» The current equalizer settings are
displayed.
When DBB (Dynamic Bass Boost) is enabled,
low tones are enhanced electronically.
Tap
•
•
on the playback interface.
(highlighted): DBB sound effect is
enabled.
(in gray): DBB sound effect is disabled.
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2
Tap or to select a preset sound
equalizer.
• [Custom], [Techno], [Rock], [Classic],
[Jazz], [Optimal], [Flat], or [Pop]
»» The selected sound equalizer is
highlighted.
3
Tap on the circle or bar to adjust the
settings.
• [Bass]: bass range (-14 to +14)
• [Middle]: middle range (-14 to +14)
• [Treble]: treble range (-14 to +14)
• [LPF]: low pass filter range (60 Hz, 80
Hz, 100 Hz, or 160 Hz)
• [MPF]: middle pass filter range (0.5
kHz, 1.0 kHz, 1.5 kHz, or 2.5 kHz)
• [HPF]: high pass filter range (10.0 kHz,
12.5 kHz, 15.0 kHz, or 17.5 kHz)
•
: Tap and hold to restore the settings.
4
Tap
Adjust the fader and balance
Tap or
to adjust fader or balance value.
• [Fader]: fader range (+16 to -16).
• [Balance]: balance range (-16 to +16).
Set the sub-woofer
to exit.
Others
Tap
on the playback interface.
»» The setup interface is displayed.
•
•
•
[On]/[Off]: Tap to turn on or off the subwoofer.
/
: Tap to set the volume of subwoofer (0 dB to 14 dB).
[80 Hz]/[120 Hz]/[160 Hz]: Tap to select a
low pass filter range for the sub-woofer.
Select a listening zone
: Tap to display the [Music zone]
interface for selecting a listening zone.
•
: Tap to display the [Fader/
Balance] interface for adjusting the
fader and balance.
•
: Tap to display the [SubWoofer]
interface for setting the sub-woofer.
•
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Philips’ innovative Zone technology enables the
driver or passengers to enjoy music with the
best speakers balance and experience more
vivid spacial effect as the artist is intended to
create. You can switch the music listening zone
from the driver to passengers for the best
speaker sound settings in car.
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13Adjust settings
Access system setup menus
1
Tap
2
Tap [Settings].
»» The [General] menu is displayed.
3
Tap an icon on the left.
•
: Access the [General] menu to
adjust general settings.
•
: Access the [Info] menu to view
system information.
•
: Access the [Navigation] menu to
adjust navigation settings.
•
: Access the [Bluetooth] menu to
adjust Bluetooth settings.
4
Swipe your finger up or down to view
more settings.
5
Tap an option to view details or change
the setting.
• To exit the menu, tap .
>
to display all feature icons.
Tap a gray point to switch the listening zone.
»» The highlighted area indicates the
current listening zone.
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Adjust general settings
[Demo]
(Auto start
after power
off)
[On]/[Off]
Enable it to
demonstrate
features after
the system is
power off.
View system information
Settings
Options
[Radio
Region]
[Beep]
[On]
[Off]
[Language]
[Calibration]
[Clock
mode]
[Date]
[Time]
[Parking]
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[12Hr]/[24Hr]
[On]/[Off]
Description
Select a
radio region
that matches
your location.
Turn the
beep sound
on. Each time
you press a
button or tap
an icon, the
unit beeps.
Turn off the
beep sound.
Select
an OSD
(on-screen
display)
language.
Follow the
on-screen
instructions
to calibrate
the touch
screen.
Select a time
format.
Set the date.
Set the time.
Enable or
disable
the video
blocking
system.
Settings
Options
[ARM
version]
[Servo
version]
[MCU
version]
[Bluetooth
version]
[DVD
regions]
[DivX(R)
VOD]
[Restore
factory
defaults]
View firmware versions.
View the version of Bluetooth.
View the DVD region code that
the system supports.
View the DivX registration
code.
Tap to display the dialog box
for restoring the system.
• Tap [Yes] to restore the system to factory default status.
• Tap [No] to return to the
previous menu.
Bluetooth
settings
[New
Pairing]
[Auto
Connect]
•
•
[Navigation Program Path]: Tap [Enter] to
access the Navigation Program Path mode.
[Navigation Voice]: Tap [Enter] to display
the [Navigation Voice] interface.
[Auto
Answer]
Options
[On]
[Off]
[On]
[Off]
[Pin Code]
• [All]/[Front left]/[Front right]: Select a
zone for navigation voice.
• [Off]: Mute the navigation voice.
• [Voice Level]: Tap +/- to adjust the
volume of navigation voice.
[External
microphone]
[On]
[Off]
Description
Search for new
devices.
When a paired
device is within
effective range, the
system reconnects
with the device
automatically.
Reconnect manually.
Answer phone calls
automatically when
the paired mobile
phone receives an
incoming call.
Answer phone calls
manually.
Set the password
for pairing the car
entertainment
system with
another Bluetooth
device. The default
password is 0000.
Turn on the external
microphone.
Use the integrated
microphone.
Adjust Bluetooth settings
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Adjust Navigation settings
14Others
Use rear monitors
If one or two monitors are connected for
backseat passengers, you can select different
sources for front and backseat passengers.
Play external audio/video
input
You can connect an external audio/video player
to this system.
Note
•• Make sure that rear monitors are correctly connected
to this system.
•• Only when the multi-zone display mode is activated,
rear monitors can receive signals from the system.
•• By default, the same signals are transferred to the front
and rear monitors.
•• When a disc, USB storage device, SD/SDHC card, or
iPod/iPhone connected through the USB socket is
selected as the source for front zone, you cannot select
another source for rear zone.
•• Only when the system is in radio mode, navigation
mode, or Bluetooth mode, you can select a source
for rear zone from disc, SD/SDHC card, USB storage
device, or iPod/iPhone connected through the USB
socket.
1
Connect a composite AV cable to
• the AV-IN socket on the front panel,
and
• the audio and video output sockets of
the external player.
2
Tap > to access the full menu with all
feature icons displayed.
3
Tap [AV-IN1] to display the playback
interface.
4
Operate on the external player to start
play (see the user manual of the external
device).
Tip
•• If you connect this system to an external player through
the VIDEO IN, AV-IN L, and AV-IN R sockets on
the rear panel, tap
[AV-IN2] to switch the source
instead of
[AV-IN1].
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1
Tap > to access the full menu with all
feature icons displayed.
2
Tap .
»» The [Rear Zone] menu is displayed.
3
Tap [Mode] to enable or disable the signal
transferring to rear monitors.
• [On]: Enable the signal transferring to
rear monitors.
• [Off]: Disable the signal transferring to
rear monitors.
»» When it is enabled, the following
interface is displayed.
R
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Use buttons on the steering
wheel
You can assign a function to a button on the
steering wheel, and then control the system
with that button.
4
Tap to select an available source to start
play.
5
Tap [Rear Speaker] to enable or disable
the audio output to rear speakers.
• [On]: Enable the audio output to rear
speakers.
• [Off]: Mute rear speakers.
6
Tap
1
Tap > to access the full menu with all
feature icons displayed.
2
Tap .
»» The [Steering Wheel Remote Control
Learning] interface is displayed.
3
Tap an icon, for example,
, of which
you want to assign the function to a button
on the steering wheel.
to return to the previous mode.
Switch the control interfaces
When different sources are selected for front
passengers and backseat passengers, you can
tap R to switch the control interface for front
source or rear source.
»» When R is solidly displayed, the
current control interface is for the
front source.
»» When R blinks with and [Rear
zone] displayed, the current control
interface is for the rear source.
• To cancel the assignment, tap [Cancel].
4
Press and hold the button on the steering
wheel for one second.
»» The following interface is displayed.
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FUSE 15A
5
Repeat steps 3 and 4 to assign more
functions to buttons on the steering wheel.
• To clear the assignment, tap [Clear All].
Tip
•• If the fuse gets damaged immediately after it is
replaced, an internal malfunction may occur. In this case,
consult your Philips retailer.
Reset the system
If the system hangs up, reset it.
Upgrade the firmware
Note
•• Power supply must not be interrupted during the
upgrade.
•• When the firmware upgrade succeeds, all settings are
restored to the factory default status.
1
2
Flip up the protective cover.
Press RESET with the tip of a ball-point
pen or toothpick.
Register your product
1
2
Go to www.philips.com/welcome.
3
Log in with your account on the prompt
Web page.
• If you have no account for Club Philips,
create one first on this Web page.
Check the electric connection.
4
Remove the damaged fuse from the rear
panel.
Search your product with
"CED1910BT/12" as the keyword.
5
Click the link of search result to access the
Web page for registering your product.
Replace the fuse
If there is no power, check the fuse and replace
it if it is damaged.
1
2
3
Detach the main unit from dashboard.
4
Insert a new fuse with the same
specifications (15 A).
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Click the link of "Register my product"
(the exact wording of this link name may
vary in different languages).
Fill in necessary information about this
product to complete the registration.
»» With the registration, you can get
information about software update and
product support at this Web page or
via your mailbox that is registered as
the account for Club Philips.
Perform the upgrade
1
Check the current firmware version of this
system (see 'View system information' on
page 40).
15Product
information
Note
•• Product information is subject to change without prior
notice.
General
2
3
Go to www.philips.com/support.
Power supply
Login with your account for Club Philips.
»» Support information about your
registered product is displayed.
4
Click the link of "Firmware Upgrade
Readme File" (the exact wording of this
link name may vary in different languages).
Fuse Suitable speaker
impedance
Maximum power
output
Continuous power
output
Pre-Amp output
voltage
Sub-woofer output
voltage
Aux-in level Dimensions
5
Read and understand the instructions on
firmware upgrade.
6
Follow the instructions to download the
upgrade packet and complete the upgrade.
• If the upgrade fails, reboot this system,
and then perform the upgrade again.
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(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
21 W x 4 channels (4
10% T.H.D.)
2.5 V (CD play mode; 1
kHz, 0 dB, 10 k load)
2.5 V (CD play mode, 61
Hz, 0 dB, 10 k load)
800 mV
178 x 101.5 x 160 mm
1.9 kg Disc player
System
Disc diameter
Frequency response
Signal/noise ratio
Total harmonic distortion
Channel separation
Video signal format
Video output
DVD / CD audio /
MP3 system
12 cm
20 Hz - 20 kHz
> 75 dB
Less than 0.3%
> 55 dB
NTSC/PAL
1 +/- 0.2 V p-p
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USB playability information
Radio
Frequency range
- FM
Frequency range
- AM(MW)
Usable sensitivity
- FM
Usable sensitivity
- AM (MW)
87.5 - 108.0 MHz (50 kHz
per step)
522 - 1620 kHz (9 kHz per
step)
2 uV 25 uV LCD
Screen size
Display resolution
Contrast ratio
Brightness 6.2 inches
800 x 480 dots
500 350 cd/m²
Bluetooth
Communication
system
Output Maximum
communication
range
Frequency band
Compatible
Bluetooth
profiles
Supported
codecs
Receive
Transmit
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Bluetooth Standard version
2.0
Bluetooth Standard Power
Class 2
Line of sight approx. 8m
2.4 GHz band (2.4000 GHz
- 2.4835 GHz)
Hands-Free Profile (HFP)
Handset Profile (HSP)
Advanced Audio Distribution
Profile (A2DP)
Audio Video Remote
Control Profile (AVRCP)
SBC (Sub Band Codec)
SBC (Sub Band Codec)
Compatible USB devices:
• USB flash memory (USB 2.0 or USB1.1)
• USB flash players (USB 2.0 or USB1.1)
• Memory cards (SD/SDHC)
• Maximum capacity: 32 G
Supported USB formats:
• USB or memory file format: FAT16, FAT32
• MP3 bit rate (data rate): 32-320 Kbps and
variable bit rate
• WMA v9 or earlier
• Directory nesting up to a maximum of 8
levels
• Number of albums/folders: maximum 99
• Number of tracks/titles: maximum 999
• ID3 tag v2.0 or later
• File name in Unicode UTF8 (maximum
length: 128 bytes)
Supported MP3 disc format:
• ISO9660, Joliet
• Maximum title number: 512 (depending on
file name length)
• Maximum album number: 255
• Supported sampling frequencies: 32 kHz,
44.1kHz, 48 kHz
• Supported Bit-rates: 32-320 Kbps and
variable bit rate
Supported video formats:
• DVD
• Divx
Note
•• To ensure a better playback, it is recommended that file
image size is no higher than 640 x 480, frame rate is 20
fps, data rate is no higher than 500 kbps.
Warning
•• Never remove the casing of this product.
To keep the warranty valid, never try to repair
the product yourself.
If you encounter problems when using this
product, check the following points before
requesting service. If the problem remains
unsolved, go to the Philips Web page (www.
philips.com/support). When you contact Philips,
make sure that the product is nearby and the
model number and serial number are available.
General
No power
•• Car engine has not been started. Start the
car engine.
•• Connections are incorrect.
•• The fuse has been damaged. Replace the
fuse.
No sound
•• Volume is too low. adjust the volume.
•• Speaker connections are incorrect.
No response to the remote control
•• Make sure that the path between the
remote control and the unit is clear from
obstacles.
•• Move the remote control close to the unit,
and point it at the iR sensor.
•• Press to switch to the control interface
for front source or rear source.
•• The function is not applicable to the
current media.
•• Replace the remote control battery.
The disc does not play.
•• The disc is upside down. Make sure that
the printed side is upwards.
••
••
••
••
••
The disc is dirty. Clean the disc with a
clean, soft, lint-free cloth. Wipe the disc
outwards from the center.
The disc is defective. Try another disc.
The disc is incompatible. Try another disc.
The recordable disc is not finalized.
The region code of DVD disc is not
supported. Use a disc with proper region
code.
Cannot play DivX file from an SD/SDHC card
or USB storage device
•• DivX DRM protected files cannot be
played if they are saved on an SD/SDHC
card or USB storage device. Transfer it to a
compatible disc instead.
No image
•• Parking wire connection is incorrect. Check
the wiring.
No image on rear monitor
• Enable the signal transferring to rear
monitors (see 'Use rear monitors' on page
42).
•• A DivX video can be played for front
passengers only.
Image flashes or is distorted.
•• Video connection is improper. Check the
connections.
Noise in broadcasts
•• Signals are too weak. Select another station
with stronger signals.
•• Check the connection of the car antenna.
Preset stations are lost.
•• Battery cable is not correctly connected.
Connect the battery cable to the terminal
that is always live.
The fuse is broken.
•• The fuse type is incorrect. Replace it with
a 15 A fuse.
•• Speaker wire or power wire is grounded.
Check the connections.
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English
16Troubleshooting
About the Bluetooth device
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 Bluetooth-enabled 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.
•• The device does not support the profiles
required for the system.
•• The Bluetooth function of the device is
not enabled. Refer to the user manual of
the device to find out how to enable the
function.
•• The system is not in the pairing mode.
•• The system is already connected with
another Bluetooth-enabled 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.
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17Notice
Any changes or modifications made to this
device that are not expressly approved by
Philips Consumer Lifestyle may void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
Compliance
This apparatus includes this label:
Care of the environment
Your product is designed and manufactured
with high quality materials and components,
which can be recycled and reused.
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 and batteries.
The correct disposal of these products helps
prevent potentially negative consequences on
the environment and human health.
Your product contains batteries, 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.
the use of this accessory with iPod or iPhone
may affect wireless performance.
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Please visit www.recycle.philips.com for
additional information on a recycling center in
your area.
iPod and iPhone are trademarks of Apple Inc.,
registered in the U.S. and other countries.
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.
Trademark notice
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are
registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth
SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by WOOX
Innovations is under license.
Windows Media and the Windows logo
are trademarks, or registered trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation in the United States
and/or other countries.
DivX®, DivX Certified® and associated logos
are trademarks of Rovi Corporation or its
subsidiaries and are used under license.
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: DivX® is a digital video
format created by DivX, LLC, a subsidiary
of Rovi Corporation. This is an official DivX
Certified® device that plays DivX video. Visit
divx.com for more information and software
tools to convert your files into DivX videos.
ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND: This
DivX Certified® device must be registered
in order to play purchased DivX Video-onDemand (VOD) movies. To obtain your
registration code, locate the DivX VOD section
in your device setup menu. Go to vod.divx.com
for more information on how to complete your
registration.
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol
are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
'DVD Video' is a trademark of DVD Format/
Logo Licensing Corporation.
Other trademarks and trade names are those
of their respective owners.
“Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone”
mean that an electronic accessory has been
designed to connect specifically to iPod or
iPhone respectively, and has been certified by
the developer to meet Apple performance
standards. Apple is not responsible for the
operation of this device or its compliance with
safety and regulatory standards. Please note that
Copyright
2013 © WOOX Innovations Limited. All rights
reserved.
Specifications are subject to change without
notice. WOOX reserves the right to change
products at any time without being obliged to
adjust earlier supplies accordingly.
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Specifications are subject to change without notice
2013 © WOOX Innovations Limited. All rights reserved.
Philips and the Philips’ Shield Emblem are registered trademarks of Koninklijke Philips N.V. and are used by
WOOX Innovations Limited under license from Koninklijke Philips N.V.
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