MR1580DI
AM/FM Receiver with with universal docking cradle for iPod, iPhone
USER’S MANUAL
CONTENTS
Installation 2
To support the unit 3
Detaching and attaching the front panel 3
Cleaning the connector 4
Wire Connection 4
Location of parts and controls 5
General operations 6
Using the RDS function 7
How to select MP3/WMA files 9
Playing back USB device / Connect iPod/iPhone 10
Playing back SD/MMC card 10
Reset 11
Troubleshooting 11
Specifications 12
Before installing your new
items below carefully.
AM/FM Receiver, please review the
Use only the installation parts and hardware provided with the unit to ensure
proper installation. Using other parts can cause malfunction and possible damage
to your
AM/FM receiver.
affect performance.
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INSTALLATION
PRECAUTIONS
• Install the unit in an ideal location where it will not interfere with normal driving procedures.
• Do not install the unit in a place where it will be expose to high temperatures or direct sunlight, or
where it will be prone to dirt, dust, moisture ore excessive vibration.
• Use only the supplied mounting hardware for a safe installation.
• Remove first the front panel before mounting the unit.
NOTE: Do not install the unit so that it will be tilted at more than 30° upward.
screw and
bracket
11 Release
3
2
3 TAP
182mm
4
53mm
2
Bend these
claws, if necessay
NOTE: Secure the release key in a safe and convenient place for future use in removing the unit from the car.
TO SUPPORT THE UNIT
1.UNIT
2.RELEASE CASE
3.DASH BOARD
4.HEX NUT
5.LOCK WASHER
6.PLAIN WASHER
7.CAR BODY
8.REAR SUPPORT STRAP
9.TAPPING SCREW
10.M5 X 15 HEX BOLT
4
3
4
Dashboard
6
5
8
2
10
7
5
1
9
4
6
Detaching and attaching the front panel
The front panel of this unit can be detached in order to prevent the unit from being stolen.
Before detaching the front panel, turn off the power first by pressing the
.
Then press the
button and detach the panel by pulling it towards you as illustrated.
< 10°
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1
Notes:
• When attaching the front panel to the unit, carefully press the panel lightly against the unit. Excessive force may dislodge the unit and cause some malfunction.
• When you carry the front panel with you, put it in the supplied front panel case.
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Cleaning the connector
The unit may not function properly if the connectors between Rear of
Main unit
the unit and the front panel are contaminated with dirt. In order front panel
to prevent this from happening, detach the front panel by pressing the
button and clean the connector from time to time.
Clean the connector with a cotton swab together with contact
cleaner as illustrated. Be sure to clean them carefully pin by pin
Cotton Swab
and make sure not to damage the connecting points.
WIRE CONNECTION
RCA Jack Line Out:
Red (right) White (left)
Subwoofer: Orange
USB Drive: Black
Connect USB Drive /
Use Adaptor Connect iPod/iPhone
Maintenance
FUSE REPLACEMENT
If the fuse blows, check the power connection and replace the fuse. If the fuse blows again after the
replacement, there may be an internal malfunction. In this case, consult your nearest repairing center.
Warning
Use the correct ampere for the use in each lead. Improper use of such amperes may cause serious damage
to the unit.
B
ANTENNA
CONNECTOR
LINE OUT
SUBWOOFER
ISO CONNECTOR
A
L (WHITE) R (RED)
FUSE 10A
CONNECT USB DRIVE
ADAPTOR
CONNECT iPod/iPhone
ISO A/B PLUG
ANTENNA CONTROL
BLUE/WHITE
POWER
CONTROL
CONSTANT
12 VOLTS
FRONT
LEFT
SPEAKER
REAR
LEFT
SPEAKER
4
BLUE
YELLOW
+ WHITE
– WHITE/BLACK
+ GREEN
– GREEN/BLACK
BLACK
GROUND (–)
RED
IGNITION SWITCH (12 V)
GREY +
GREY/BLACK –
VIOLET +
VIOLET/BLACK –
FRONT
RIGHT
SPEAKER
REAR
RIGHT
SPEAKER
PTY
MUTE
MD/SUB
1
2
3
4
5
6
Location of Parts and Controls
1
11
3
2
8
5
SCAN
1
6
11
15
3
2
8
5
6
16
DISP
ST
AF
DISP
ST
AF
ST
AF
LOC
PTY
A/PS
MUTE
MD/SUB
1
BD/LD
2
3
4
9
7
14
6
LOC
PTY
17
MD/SUB
18 19
20 21
SCAN
10 12
22
MUTE
13
4 (1-6)
DISP
MU
MD/SUB
EQ
TA
5
A/PS
10 12
LOC
PTY
A/PS
DISP
EQ
TA
BD/LD
EQ
TA
BD/LD
1
2
23
1
3
2 3
9
4
7
5
ST
6
9
1AF 11 3 2
8 5 6
15
POWER ON/OFF (
)
FUNCTION SELECT
EQ
1
2 BUTTON:
3
9
BD/LD
TA
ENTER
MODE
VOLUME/BASS/TREBLE/BALANCE/FADER /
SEL
VOL
LOC
without RDS (for ENTER
USA A/PS
AREA): BEEP/TADJ TIME/AUDIO
DSP/AREA
PTY
DISP
TUNE/SEEK
MODE
SEL
RDS (for EUROPE AREA):
TA SEEK/PI SOUND/RETUNE/MASK
DPI/
MUTE
1
2
3
4 11 5
6
SCAN VOL
MD/SUB
VOL
ST
BAND
DISP
AF
EON/BEEP/TA VOL/ADJ
TIME/AUDIO DSP/AREA
10
LOUD
TUNE/SEEK
VOL
11 LEFT OR RIGHT
3. TURN VOL
TO ADJUST BASS/TREBLE/BALANCE/
EQ
PAU
RPT
INT
MP3
BD/LD
BAND
TA
AS/PS
DISP
1
2
3
LOUD
FADER 10
24 26
25
RDM
FLFL+
LOC
A/PS
PAU
RPT
INT
MP3
4. PRESET STATIONS
(1,2,3,4,5,6)
PTY
4
5
6
AS/PS
1
21
3
11
3 2
8 5 6
15
16
5. STEREO/MONO (ST) /
MUTE
1
2
3
4
5
MD/SUB
RDM
FLFL+
‘AF’ function (ALTERNATIVE
FREQUENCIES) (AF)
4
5
6
6. EQUALIZER (EQ) /
DISP (TA)
‘TA’ function (TRAFFIC ANNOUNCEMENT)
7. LOCAL/DISTANT (LOC) /
10 12
9
7
14 17 18 19 20 21
ST
AF
‘PTY’ function (PROGRAM TYPE) (PTY)
17
18 21 19 8
EQ
8. DISPLAY BUTTON (DISP)
BD/LD
4 22 412 (1-6)
20
TA
(1-6)
9. MODE / SUBWOOFER
17
18 21BUTTON
19 8 (MD/SUB)
LOC
A/PS
PTY
4BUTTON
20
22 12(BD/LD)
10.BAND / LOUDNESS
(1-6)
1 MUTE 2 13
2 9
3
4
5
6
SCAN
11.AUTOMATIC OR MANUAL TUNING
MD/SUB
(FREQ UP
OR FREQ DOWN
/ TRACK/SEARCH)
ENTER
12.AUTO SEEK SEARCH TUNING (A/PS)
MODE
SEL
13.‘SCAN’ AUTOMATIC TUNING CONTROL (SCAN)
VOL
TUNE/SEEK18
10 12
9
7
14 17
19 20 21 22 13
23
14.MUTE BUTTON (MUTE)
1.
2.
1
RESET
6
22
RESET
15.LCD DISPLAY
16.OPEN PANEL RELEASE BUTTON (
)
17.PAUSE BUTTON
18.REPEAT BUTTON
1
2 3
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19.INTRO BUTTON (Preview all Tracks)
20.RANDOM BUTTON
ENTER
MODE
21, 22. SEARCH PREVIOUS / NEXT
SEL FOLDER
VOL
23.FRONT AUX IN
TUNE/SEEK
24. USB TUNE TRAY 11
VOL
BAND
DISP
25.SD/MMC CARD SLOT
10
LOUD
26.RESET PAU
RPT
INT
MP3
1
2
3
RDM
FL-
FL+
4
5
6
AS/PS
11
10
VOL
BAND
LOUD
DISP
PAU
RPT
INT
RDM
FL-
FL+
1
2
4
5
4 (1-6)
24 26
MP3
AS/PS
3
2
6
RESET
17
20
18
4
21
(1-6)
24
19 26 8
22
12
25
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HOW TO OPERATE THE REMOTE CONTROL
Installing the battery
Slide the tray out from the back of the remote control and insert battery with
the (+) and minus (-) poles pointing in the proper direction.
• When use for the first time, pull out the film protruding the tray.
CAUTIONS
• Remove battery if the remote control is not used for a month or longer.
• Do not store battery with metallic materials.
• In the event of battery leakage, replace the old battery with a new one. Clean first the surface of
the remote control including the compartment of the battery.
• When disposing of used batteries, make sure that you comply with government regulations and
environmental safety procedures in your area.
Using the remote control
Point the remote control in the direction of the front panel to operate.
IMPORTANT
• Do not store the remote control in high temperatures or direct sunlight.
GENERAL OPERATIONS
1.POWER
By pressing
2.
3.
, the unit is switched on. Press and hold again to turn off unit.
SELECT BUTTON
VOLUME KNOB (Turn left or right to adjust)
In standard operation, the VOLUME control (3) is for setting the volume.
Press the SELECT button (2) once or several times, to change the parameters BAS (bass control), TRB
(treble control), BAL (balance control) and FAD (fader control) by turning the VOLUME control (3)
1
3
SEL
4
SEL
SEL
5
SEL
Fig. 1 Selection of sound control functions
1. VOL 2. BAS 3. TRB 4. BAL 5. FAD
Without RDS (for USA Area): Press and hold VOL to adjust BEEP/TADJ TIME/AUDIO DSP/AREA
BEEP MODE (2)
Press the VOL knob again (for more than 2 seconds) to activate Selecting mode for BEEP:
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2
SEL
2 sec.
SEL
BEEP
VOL
2nd / OFF
2nd Button sound is triggered by secondary button functions (hold button down for a while)
2 sec.
OFF
2 sec. Button sound is off
SEL
SEL
BEEP
BEEP
SEL
VOL
VOL
ADJ
2nd / OFF
BEEP
BEEP
BEEP
VOL
SEL
SEL
SEL
ADJ
2nd
/ OFF VOL
ADJ
VOL
to set minute
/
VOL
to set hour
ADJUST TIME (2)
Press
the VOL knob again (for more than 2 seconds) to activate Selecting mode for ADJUST TIME:
2 sec.
2 sec.
2 sec.
SEL
SEL
2
sec.
2
Turn
2 sec.
sec. VOL knob
2SEL
sec.
BEEP
SEL
BEEP
DSP
VOL
/ ROCK / CLASSICAL
to set minuteFLATVOL/ POP
to set
hour
VOL
/
clockwise to set hours and counter clockwise to set minutes.
VOL
/ OFF SEL
SEL 2nd
ADJ
VOL
SEL
BEEP
SEL
ADJ
SEL
BEEP
SEL
ADJ(2) SEL
AUDIO DSP CONTROLS
VOL
DSP
AREA
AREA USA/EUR
SEL
to set minute
VOL to set hour
VOL
DSP
FLAT / POP / ROCK / CLASSICAL
/
VOL
Press
2 sec. the VOL knob again (for more than 2 seconds) to activate Selecting mode for DSP:
2 sec.
SEL
SEL
BEEP
BEEP
SEL
SEL
ADJ
ADJ
VOL
SEL
VOL
to set minute
DSP
/
VOL
to set hour
VOL
/ POP / ROCK
/ CLASSICAL
AREA
AREA
USA/EUR
SEL FLAT
VOL
2 sec.
2 sec.
USA/EUROPE
FREQUENCY
TUNING
(2) VOL FLAT / POP / ROCK / CLASSICAL
SEL
BEEP
SEL
DSP
SEL
ADJ
VOL
SEL unit
BEEP
SEL both
DSP
AREA
AREA USA/EUR
SEL and
SELradio
ADJthe USA
This
supports
EUROPE
frequencies
tuning.
Turn VOL knob to adjust
between the two frequencies.
2 sec.
SEL
BEEP
SEL
ADJ
SEL
DSP
SEL
AREA
VOL
AREA USA/EUR
USING THE RDS FUNCTION
What is RDS?
The RDS (Radio Data System) is a digital information system developed by the EBU (European Broadcast Union). Piggy-backed on normal FM broadcasts, RDS offers a variety of information services and
automatic retuning functions for RDS-compatible car stereos.
In 1988, RDS became available in the United Kingdom, France, West Germany, Ireland and Sweden.
Test transmissions are being conducted in many other European countries. It is expected that RDS
will be available in most western European countries in the near future.
RDS (for European Broadcast Union Area): Press and hold VOL to adjust TA SEEK/PI SOUND/RETUNE/
MASK DPI/EON/BEEP/TA VOL/ADJ TIME/AUDIO DSP/AREA
2 sec.
SEL
TA
SEL
PI
AREA
SEL
DSP
SEL
SEL
ADJ
RETUNE
SEL
SEL
TA VOL
MASK
SEL
EON
SEL
BEEP
SEL
SEEK/ALARM (turn VOL knob to select TA SEEK/TA ALARM)
TA SEEK mode: When newly turned station does not receive TP information for 5 sec., the radio
retunes to next station which has not the same station (PI) as the last station, but has the TP information.
In TA seek mode, the current station can be changed to the completely different station because the
unit searches TP station when the field strength of the current station is very weak, or the current
station has no TP signal.
TA ALARM mode: Any automatic retune mode is not activated, just can hear Beep sound.
PI SOUND (turn VOL knob to select PI SOUND/PI MUTE)
Action when 2 stations with different programme identification (PI) codes are on the same frequency:
SOUND: The radio switches to the new channel for a few seconds and then switches back again
MUTE: The radio is muted
RETUNE L/S (turn VOL knob to select RETUNE L/RETUNE S)
RETUNE L: Select 90 seconds as the initial time of automatic TA search.
RETUNE S: Select 30 seconds as initial time.
MASK DPI/ALL (turn VOL knob to select MASK DPI/MASK ALL)
MASK DPI: masked only the AF which has different PI.
MASK ALL: masked the AF which has different PI and NO RDS signal with field strength.
EON (turn VOL knob to select EON ON/EON OFF)
Selected EON condition, ON or OFF.
BEEP (turn VOL knob to select BEEP 2nd/BEEP OFF)
ALL: Button sound is on permanently
2nd: Button sound is triggered by secondary button functions (hold button down for a while)
OFF: Button sound is off
TA VOL (turn VOL knob to select TA VOL ON/TA VOL OFF)
Traffic Announcement Volume
ADJ (turn VOL knob to adjust TIME)
Digital Clock. To adjust, turn VOL knob to right for hours and turn VOL knob to left for minutes.
DSP Modes (turn VOL knob to select AUDIO DSP modes)
CLASSIC, ROCK, POP, FLAT, NONE
USA/EUROPE FREQUENCY TUNING (turn VOL knob to select without RDS/RDS)
This unit supports both the USA and EUROPE radio frequencies tuning. Turn VOL knob to adjust
between the two frequencies.
4.
PRESET STATIONS (1-6)
Six numbered preset buttons store and recall stations for each band.
Storing a station:
1. Select a band (if needed)
2. Select a station
3. Hold a preset button longer than one second. Preset station number appears in the display when
station is saved.
Recall a station:
1. Select band (if needed)
2. Press a preset button for less than one second to select stored station.
Note: This unit is equipped with built-in memory I.C. (Integrated Circuits) to save user settings such
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as tuner preset stations and audio control settings. To cancel these settings, switch to Radio mode,
press and hold button “1” for 2 seconds (do not release button) followed by pressing MD button.
Unit will automatically restart after 5 seconds.
5. STEREO/MONO BUTTON (ST)
Press ST button to switch between stereo and mono sound for FM radio reception. When reception of
an FM station is weak, listening quality can be improved by switching to mono sound.
‘AF/REG’ function (ALTERNATIVE FREQUENCIES)
When pressed momentarily, AF/REG switching mode is selected.
When AF/REG switching mode is selected, the radio checks the signal strength of the AF all the time.
When pressed long, it activate the regional mode ON/OFF function.
– Regional mode ON:
AF switching or PI SEEK is implemented to the station which have all PI codes same as current station.
REG segment is turned on, in LCD display.
– Regional mode OFF
The regional code in the format of PI code is ignored when AF switching or PI SEEK is implemented.
6. EQUALIZER CONTROL (EQ)
Press EQ to select between Off/Pop/Rock/Classic/Flat equalizer modes.
‘TA’ function (TRAFFIC ANNOUNCEMENT)
When pressed momentarily, it is activated as TA mode on or off
When TA mode is on and traffic announcement is transmitted
– When the unit is in MP3 mode, it will switch to radio mode temporarily.
– If the volume level was under the threshold point, it will be raised to the threshold point.
– When TP station is received, TP segment is turned in LCD display.
7. LOCAL/DISTANT BUTTON (LOC)
Press Local/Distant (LO/DX) button for listening to weak stations. “LOCAL” indicator will appear on
the display. Press this button again (Distant mode) for normal operation.
‘PTY’ function (PROGRAM TYPE)
Each press of PTY button will toggle between PTY Music, PTY Speech and PTY Off.
When PTY Music is selected, press Buttons (1-6) for desired program types. Unit automatically search
for corresponding programs.
1 Pop M, Rock M
2 Easy M, Light M
3 Classics, Other M
4 Jazz, Country
5 Nation M, Oldies
6 Folk M
When PTY Speech is selected, press Buttons (1-6) for desired program types. Unit automatically search
for corresponding programs.
1 News, Affairs, Info
2 Sport, Educate, Drama
3 Culture, Science, Varied
4 Weather, Finance, Children
5 Social, Religion, Phone IN
6 Travel, Leisure, Document
Tips:
Program Type function is available only in radio FM mode.
Since each button number can store multiple program types, i.e. Button 1 stores Pop and Rock music,
to switch between Pop and Rock music, simply press button 1 repeatedly until the desired program
type shows in display.
8. DISPLAY (DISP)
Press DISP button to switch between display informations such as radio frequencies, clock, track
and other informations depending on the playing MODE.
9. MODE / SUBWOOFER BUTTON (MD/SUB)
By pressing this key, user can select TUNER/USB1/USB2/MMC/SD/AUX mode.
SUBWOOFER: Press and hold button to engage subwoofer output.
10.BAND / LOUDNESS BUTTON (BD/LD)
Each band is toggled cyclically by pressing this key FM1---FM2---FM3---MW(AM)1---MW(AM)2.
LOUDNESS: Press and hold the button to select LOUDNESS mode.
11.AUTOMATIC OR MANUAL TUNING (FREQ UP
OR FREQ DOWN
)
(A) RADIO MODE
When pressed momentarily, these keys are operated as MANUAL tuning mode.
When pressed longer than 1 sec., they operate as SEEK tuning mode.
(B) MP3/WMA PLAYER MODE
When pressed momentarily, they operate as TRACK UP or TRACK DOWN mode.
When pressed longer than 1 sec., they operate as CUE or REVIEW mode.
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12.AUTO SEEK / PRESET SCAN (A/PS)
Preset Scan (PS) - By pressing shortly, the radio plays each preset station for 5 seconds.
Auto Seek (AS) - By pressing longer than 1 sec, auto seek is activated. The 6 strongest stations are
preset and stored in the corresponding preset number. When Auto Seek operation is finished, the
radio executes the preset scan.
13.‘SCAN’ AUTOMATIC TUNING CONTROL (SCAN)
This button starts the auto-scan. When a station has been found, it is played for 5 seconds and then
the auto-scan is continued. Press the button again to stop the auto-scan to listen to the currently
played station.
14.MUTE BUTTON
Press this button to silent the sound at once. Press again to return to previous volume level.
15.LCD DISPLAY
The Liquid Crystal Display will display the current state of the unit.
16.OPEN THE FRONT PANEL (
)
Press
button and the front panel will open.
MP3/WMA CONTROL LOCATION OF PARTS
TRACK/SEARCH BUTTON (11)
FORWARD AND REVERSE TRACK SEARCH (or changing songs)
Press the SKIP button (
or
) during play to go to the desired track(song).
....REVERSE ....FORWARD
Press and hold the SKIP button (
or
) during play to scan at high speed. When the desired music
section is found, release the button. Normal play will resume.
17.PAUSE BUTTON
During “PLAY”, press (17) ‘PAU’ button to “PAUSE”. Press it again to resume play.
18.REPEAT BUTTON
When this button is pressed, ‘RPT’ indication is displayed and play of the selected track will be continually repeated until the Track repeat mode is cancelled by pressing ‘RPT’ button again.
19.INTRO BUTTON (Preview all Tracks)
When this button is pressed, ‘INT’ indication is displayed and the first several seconds of each track
are played. Press again to stop intro and listen to track.
20.RANDOM BUTTON
When this button is pressed, ‘RDM’ indication is displayed and each track are played in random instead
of normal progression. To cancel RANDOM mode, press ‘RDM’ button again.
21, 22. SEARCH PREVIOU / NEXT FOLDER: (In case of MP3/WMA files)
Press these buttons to search previous/next folder.
NOTE: These buttons (17 to 22) are available only in MP3 and USB mode.
HOW TO SELECT MP3/WMA FILES
Searching by Track:
• Press “A/PS”, digit starts blinking.
• Turn VOL to right or left until the desired track number shows then press VOL knob.
• Song number you selected will start to play.
Searching by Folder:
• Press “A/PS” twice.
• Turn VOL to right or left to select folder name then press VOL knob.
• Turn VOL to right or left to select file to play then press VOL knob to start playback.
23.Connecting AUX IN
An external audio source (e.g. portable MP3 player) can be connected to the AUX IN socket to be played
back by the vehicle loudspeakers.
1. Connect the AUX IN socket with the audio output of the external device.
2. Press MD button and switch to AUX mode.
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PLAYING BACK USB DEVICE / CONNECT iPod/iPhone
A USB device can be connected to the internal/external or both USB connectors. Press MD to select
USB1(internal), USB2(external).
Playing back via the USB (internal) connector
1. Press
button and the front panel will open.
2. Press PUSH OPEN on the TUNE TRAY. The TUNE TRAY opens slowly.
3. Connect the USB device to the USB connector. or Use adaptor Connect to USB port for playing iPod/
iPhone.
4. Slide in the TUNE TRAY by pressing PUSH CLOSE on the TUNE TRAY until it locks shut.
5. Close the front panel.
6. The player automatically switches to the input used and starts playback.
7. See the section on operations common for audio files.
Playing Songs in iPod
1. Press MD to select USB1.
2. Press A/PS.
3. Rotate VOL to select PLAYLIST – ARTISTS – ALBUMS – SONGS – GENRES-COMPOSER
4. Press BD/LD.
If you are aware on how to use iPOD, the way to use the car stereo feature is basically
just the same. Take note of the equivalent key function below.
Car Stereo Rotate VOL knob Press BD/LD button
iPOD Rotate CLICK WHEEL Press SELECT button Functions
Up/down category/file browsing
Selecting a category/Play song
Car Stereo and iPOD equivalent key function
Note:Please refer to your iPOD user’s manual for operating instructions.
Press A/PS to go back to Main Menu.
Note:• support iPod Classic • iPod nano2, 3, 4, 5, 6 • iPod touch1, 2, 3 • iPhone, 3G, 3GS, 4
PLAYING BACK SD/MMC CARD
< 10°
1. Press
button and the front panel will open.
2. Detach the front panel.
3. Insert SD/MMC into the memory card reader.
4. The player automatically switches to the input used and starts playback.
5. See the section on operations common for audio files on how to control memory card playback.
Note:
- Due to the great variety of devices with USB and SD/MMC card interfaces that sometimes have
manufacturer-specific functions, we cannot guarantee that all media will be recognized and that all
operational functions will be available with this device.
- You cannot operate USB hard drives on the device.
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RESET
This button is behind the front panel and resets all the settings to the original settings that were made
in the factory. Press this button in the following cases:
- when you have completed the installation and connection
- when the display shows undefined characters
Note: You have to detached the front panel and use a sharp object to press the “Reset” button.
RESET
RESET
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Specifications
MR1580DI
AM/FM Receiver with with universal docking cradle for iPod, iPhone
CD/MP3 PLAYER
Signal to noise ratio
Channel separation
Frequency response
> 60 dB
> 50 dB (1kHz)
20Hz - 20 kHz
RADIO
FM Section:
Frequency range
Channel step
Sensitivity
Stereo separation
Signal to noise ratio
87.5 - 107.9 MHz (America), 87.5-108 MHz (Europe)
200 kHz (USA), 50 kHz (Europe)
2.8 µV
30 dB
50 dB
MW(AM) Section:
Frequency range
Usable sensitivity
530 - 1710 KHz (America), 522 - 1620 KHz (Europe)
32 dBµV
TONE CONTROLS
Bass (at 100Hz)
Treble (at 10kHz)
+/- 10 dB
+/- 10 dB
LINE-OUT
Output
Impedance
1.5V (max.)
10k Ohm
AMPLIFIER
Maximum output power
80 watts x 4 channels
GENERAL
Power supply
Speaker impedance
Fuse
12V DC (10.8-15.6V allowable)
4 or 8 Ohm
10A
Instructions on environment protection
Do not dispose or throw away this product in the usual household garbage at the end of its lifecycle. The method of disposal of this product is properly inscribed in this manual. The material
used are recyclable, and by recycling this product, you are helping protect our environment.
Please inquire at the community administration for the authorized disposal location.
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