2-Din DVD Multimedia Station
Built-in Bluetooth / SmartLink
DN6V26
OWNER'S MANUAL
Precautions
Thank you for purchasing this product.
Please read through the Owner’s Manual to
learn how to properly operate the unit. After
you have finished reading the manual, please
keep it in a safe place for future reference.
Never expose this unit, amplifier or speakers
to moisture or water to prevent electronic
sparks or fires.
Only connect the unit to a 12-volt power
supply with proper negative grounding.
Please don’t change the fuse on the power
cord without professional guidance, using
an improper fuse may cause damage to this
unit or even cause fire.
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Never install this unit where the operation
and condition for driving safely is
compromised.
Please power off this unit at once and send it
back to the after-sales service center or the
dealer /distributor you purchased from if one
of the following symptoms is found:
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Never use the video display while the car
is in motion. The use of video playback
while driving is a violation of traffic laws and
increases the risk of traffic accidents.
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(a). No audio output;
(b). No image output;
(c). Water or other obstacle enters the unit;
(d). Smoking;
(e). Peculiar smell.
To provide a clear demonstration and an
alternative for easy understanding of the
operation of this unit, graphic illustration
was used. However, this illustration is not
necessary printed as the actual image found
on the unit.
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To ensure safe driving, please adjust the
volume to a safe & comfortable level in case
of emergency situations.
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Precautions
Contents
Warning
Precautions................................................1
Operate the unit correctly according to the
instruction manual to prevent unnecessary
problems.
Basic Operations.......................................4
Control Panel ............................................3
Main menu..................................................5
Disc Operation...........................................5
CAUTIONS ON HANDLING
Radio Operations.......................................8
This product is a CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT.
Use of controls or adjustments or performance
of procedures other than those specified
herein may result in hazardous radiation
exposure. Do not open covers and do not
repair yourself. Refer servicing to qualified
personnel.
USB Operations.......................................10
Bluetooth Operations..............................13
SmartLink.................................................15
Sound setting...........................................16
Internet.....................................................17
Other Mode...............................................18
Two laser products
System settings.......................................19
Wave length: CD: 780mm DVD: 650mm
Laser power: No hazardous radiation is
emitted with safety protection.
To reduce the risk of fire electric shock, and
annoying interference, use only the included
components.
Device Connections................................21
Troubleshooting......................................23
Specifications..........................................24
Caution of disc using
1. DO NOT use irregular shaped disc.
2. Disc Cleaning. Use a dry, soft cloth to
wipe the disc from center to edge, only neutral
detergent can be used.
3. When playing a new disc. New disc may
have some rough spots around the inner and
outer edges. If such a disc is used, remove
these rough spots with a pencil or ball-point
pen, etc.
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Control Panel
Press [
/
] button to turn on the unit.
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1.Reset
Load factory settings
6.Volume
/
Increase / Decrease the volume
2.
7.Microphone
3.
Eject disc (when disc inserted)
[ ] Button
>Power “ON” (press)
>Power “OFF” (long press)
>Mute the Volume (press)
4. [
8. Disc Slot
Insert the disc with label side facing up.
9. Map Card Slot
] Button
Show main menu (press)
Show main options(long press)
5. [
] Button
Back to previous MENU.
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Basic Operations
Turn on/off the power
When Parking Brake Applied
1. Press [
] button to turn on the unit.
The unit goes back to the last status after
power on if no operations.
2. When on, long press [
] button to turn off
the unit.
1.If 'PRK SW' cable is connected to hand
brake switch, the video display of the TFT
monitor will be controlled by driving status,
system setup and input video sources.
2.W hen the car is moving forward, and a
video source is being played, the screen will
display a warning disclaimer and a blank
screen. The warning screen will prevent the
driver from watching images.
Mute
Press the [
] button to mute the sound.
Customized
Note:
• P
ressing the [
] button again or adjusting
volume will unmute.
Press the [
] of the main menu.
Adjust the Volume
Press the [
] or [
] button to increase or
decrease the volume level.
The adjustable range of volume is 0 to 40.
Playing Source Selection
1.Press the [
] button on the panel to
show main source menu.
2.Touch desired icon on the the screen to
enter corresponding working mode, such
as Disc, Navi, Radio, etc.
Drag left/right to scroll.
1. Choose theme:
[Theme 1], [Theme 2].
2.Choose wallpaper:
[Live wallpapers]: to show the wallpapers
with animation stored in the unit. Drag up/
down to scroll.
[Photo]: to visit the photo of mobile storage.
[Wallpapers]: to show the wallpapers stored
in the unit. Drag left/right to scroll.
Select desired picture to view, touch [Set
wallpaper] to confirm selection.
3.Choose LOGO
Note:
• When some devices are not ready, they
cannot be selected.
• You should stop switching when the playing
source you desired has been selected and
wait for some seconds, the unit will auto enter
the playing source mode you have selected.
When Vehicle is Put in
Reverse
If the rear view video camera is connected,
the unit automatically switches to CAMERA
source during reverse driving. The unit returns
to the previous source after the vehicle has
been taken out of reverse.
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Main menu
Disc Operation
Main Menu
Insert a Disc
Touch the [
menu.
Insert a disc into the slot, and the unit will
change to disc mode automatically.
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] button to enter main source
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Notes:
•Please confirm whether there is a disc in
the unit before you insert another one.
•The unit will exit current playing source and
enter DVD mode when one disc is inserted.
• The following disc formats are supported:
CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW,
DVD + RW .
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Eject the Disc
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1. Show current player source.
2. Enter customization menu.
3.Hold and drag down to show the
notifications.
4. Car AV system source bar:
Touch and hold the center of the bar and
drag left/right to show more icons.
Touch desired icon to enter corresponding
mode.
5. Wireless signal and time indicator.
6. Enter music menu.
7. Enter radio mode.
8. Show applications list.
9. Enter bluetooth mode.
10. Enter setting mode.
Press [
] on the panel to eject the disc.
Notes:
•After ejecting the disc, the unit reverts to
another source automatically.
•If the disc is not removed from the unit
within 10 seconds, the disc will be reloaded
to prevent accidental damage.
Disc Playback
When a disc is inserted, the display will
show “Loading...”. For MP3/WMA or a disc
with mixed files, reading time may exceed 1
minute.
DVD Playback Menu
Applications Menu
Touch [
During playback, touch the screen (except top
left corner) to show control buttons.
] to enter applications menu.
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1. IN CAR
Show the Car AV applications.
2.APPS
Show the Android applications installed.
In the list menu, drag left/right to scroll.
Touch and hold an icon for more than 2
seconds to add shortcut to the desktop. To
delete the shortcut, hold it and drag to the
[
] on the top, and release after it turns
red.
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1. Return to home menu
2. Show DVD menu
3. Progress bar
4. Previous chapter
5.Play/Pause
6. Next chapter
7. Enter preset EQ menu
8. Show more control buttons
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Disc Operation
Mixed Disc Playback
When inserting a mixed disc, the unit will read
the disc and show the files list. For some
discs, you need to choose Music/Video/Photo
to play back.
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9. Repeat play
10. To enter search menu
11. Select audio channel
12. Select subtitle language
13. Select viewing angle
14. Hide the second line of control buttons
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1. Return to home menu
2. Show music list
3. Show video list
4. Show photo list
5. Show the folders
6. File/Folder list
Drag the list up/down to scroll.
Touch a file name to visit it.
CD Playback
Insert a CD in the disc slot, and the unit will
read the disc. For some discs, you will need to
choose Music/Video/Photo for playback.
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When viewing a picture, touch the screen
(except top left corner) to show control
buttons.
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1. Return to home menu
2. Show file list
3. Previous track
4.Play/Pause
5. Next track
6. Show more control buttons
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1. Return to home menu
2. Show file list
3. Previous picture
4.Play/Pause
5. Next picture
6. Zoom out/in
7. Rotate clockwise
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*Video/Audio playback reference DVD/CD
playback.
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7. Sequential play
8. Repeat play
9. To enter search menu
10. Hide the second line of control buttons
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Disc Operation
Stop Playback Temporarily
Search
1.D uring playback, press [
] to pause
playback. The sound will be muted.
2.Press [ ] to continue playback.
1. Touch [Goto] on the control bar.
2. Input the chapter number.
3. Touch [OK] to confirm.
Select Desired Track/Chapter
DVD Audio Select
Press [
] or [
] to skip to the previous or
next track/chapter.
Press [
] button to select audio language to
listen if the DVD has multiple audio languages.
Repeat
VCD Audio Select
During playback, press [
to select repeat playback.
] button on screen
Press [
] button to select audio channel to
listen (LEFT, RIGHT, MIXED, STEREO).
Note:
If you do not select Repeat on, when the
entire disc or TITLE playback has finished,
the system will stop. If no other control, after 5
minutes the unit will turn into standby mode.
DVD Subtitle Select
Press [ Subtitle ] button to select the subtitle
language to show if the DVD has multiple
language subtitles.
Sequential Track Playback
(for CD/VCD/MP3/WMA Only)
You can play all the tracks in random order.
] button on the
1.During playback, press [
screen to select random playback.
2.Press [
] to select sequential playback.
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Radio Operations
Select One Radio Band
Select [Radio] on the main menu to enter
radio mode.
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Touch the [ Band ] button to select one radio
band among FM, AM and OIRT.
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Manual Tuning
During manual tuning, the frequency will be
changed in steps.
] or [
] button on the
Touch the [
operation bar to tune in a lower/higher station.
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Auto Tuning
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1. Return to home menu
2. Tune backward
Auto tune backward. (long press)
3. Current frequency
4. Tune forward
Auto tune forward. (long press)
5. Enter preset EQ menu
6. Enter favorite list
7.Search and store preset stations
automatically
8.Show discovery stations
9. Show favorite stations
10. Band switch
11. Stations list
12. Show more control buttons
Hold the [
] or [
] button on the
operation bar for more than 2 seconds to seek
a lower/higher station.
To stop searching, repeat the operation above
or press other buttons having radio functions.
Note:
When a station is received, searching stops
and the station is played.
Auto Store
Only stations with sufficient signal strength will
be detected and stored in the memory.
To start automatic station search, touch the
] button on the operation bar.
[
To stop auto store, repeat the operation above
or press other buttons having radio functions.
Note:
After auto store, the previous stored stations
will be overwritten.
Manual store
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1.When one expected radio station has been
detected, touch [
] to show customized
station store list.
2.Touch to select an item on the list to store
the current station in the memory.
3. Touch top left of the screen to exit.
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13. Enter customized list
14. To receive local / distant radio stations
15. Goto station by inputting frequency
16. Mute radio
17. Hide the second line of control buttons
18. Show RDS options
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Radio Operations
Recall the Stored Stations
RDS Basics
Method 1:
Radio Data System (RDS) enables traffic
reports to be received and provides many
facilities, including enabling the radio station
name to be displayed on the radio display.
1.Touch [
] button on the screen to
show the preset stations.
2. Select a band
3.On the middle of the screen, drag the list
left/right to scroll, touch a station on the list
to listen to.
Adjust RDS Settings
1. In Radio menu, touch [
].
The option menu is displayed.
2. Touch on the selected option to change the
setting.
∙ [TA]: To turn on or off “TA” function.
∙ [AF]: To turn on or off “AF” function.
∙ [REG]: To turn on or off “REG” function.
∙ [CT]: To turn on or off “Clock Time” synchronization function.
∙ [PTY]: To show PTY list.
Method 2:
] button on the screen to
1.Touch [
show the favorite stations.
2. Select a band
3.On the middle of the screen, drag the list
left/right to scroll, touch a station on the list
to listen to.
4. Touch top left of the screen to exit.
Local Seeking
When LOCAL seeking is on, only radio
stations with strong radio signal will be be
received.
To open LOCAL function, touch [
] button
]
on the operation bar, then touch the [
button to select “Loc” or “DX”.
TA
Press the TA ON/OFF button to switch the
priority for traffic announcements on or off.
Note
The number of radio stations that can be
received will decrease after the Loc seeking
mode is on.
AF
The receiver can automatically switche to an
alternative frequency (AF) of the same station
if the reception becomes poor. Press the OFF/
ON touch-point to turn the automatic scanning
for alternative frequencies of an RDS broadcast station off and on.
Key Search
Touch [
] button on the operation bar to
show key search menu.
Touch the keypad to input the frequency,
touch [ OK ] to goto the station directly.
To cancel an input number, touch [
CT (Clock Time)
Some stations broadcast the time and date
within the encoded RDS signal. The clock
time is automatically adjusted when ‘CT’ is set
to ‘ON’.
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Radio Operations
USB Operations
PTY Function
Using USB device
TY is the abbreviation for Program Type
P
which is a code defining the type of program
being broadcast (e.g. News or Rock).
PTY options will display on the screen. To
view more PTY options, touch the scroll bar
and arrows on the screen.
W hen one PTY option is touched (e.g.
News), auto search for next available PTY
by increasing tuning frequency until the PTY
of the next station matches the current. If no
matched PTY has been found, the unit will
return to the original radio frequency.
1.Connect your USB device to the USB cable
which you placed in the dashboard or glove
box during installation of the car radio.
When connecting an USB device, the unit
will read the files automatically. You need
to choose Music/Video/Photo to play back.
2.T o remove the USB device, you should
first select another source, in order to avoid
damaging the USB device.
Music Playback
Select [Music] on the applications menu, the
unit will display all the music on the mobile
storages.
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1. Return to home menu
2. Select file source
3. List the files by favorite
4. List the new files
5. List the files by song name
Touch a song to start play.
6. List the files by artist
Drag up/down to scroll.
7. List the files by album
8. Show the file
9. List window
Drag up/down to scroll.
Touch an item to select.
10. Enter search menu.
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USB Operations
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Select Music by Album
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1. Touch [Albums] on the left of the screen.
2. Touch an album shown on the list.
3. Select a song to play.
Select Music by Song Name
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1. Touch [Songs] on the left of the screen.
2. Select a song to play.
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11.Favorite
12. Show list menu
13. Previous track
14.Play/Pause
15. Next track
16. Show more control buttons
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Playlists
Add a song to favorite playlist
1.Press a song and select [
].
2. Add it to an favorite playlist.
If choose [Favorite], you need input a name
of the playlist.
Delete a song from favorite playlist
1.Touch [favorite], and select a playlist name
on the screen.
2.Press [
] on the favorite playlist, then
remove it from playlist.
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17. Sequential play
18. Repeat play
19. Follow your heart
20. Hide the second line of control buttons.
Video Playback
Select [Video] on the applications menu,
the unit will display all the video files on the
storages.
During playback, touch the screen(except top
left corner) to show control buttons.
Play/Pause
When playing, press [ ] button to pause, and
the sound will be mute.
Press [ ] button to play.
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Previous/Next Track
Press [ ] or [
next track.
] button to go to previous or
Select Music by Artist
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1. Touch [Artists] on the left of the screen.
2. Touch an artist shown on the list.
3. Select a song to play.
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1. Return to home menu
2. Select file source
3. Folder/File list
Drag up/down to scroll, touch to access.
4.Thumbnail
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USB Operations
Gallery Operations
1. Select [Photo] on the main menu.
2. Select one gallery to show the picture list.
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5. Show list menu
6. Previous chapter
7.Play/Pause
8. Next chapter
9. Enter preset EQ menu
10. Show more control buttons
3. Touch to view it.
Drag left/right to scroll.
Touch top left corner to back.
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11.Sequential play
12.Repeat play
13.Show previous page of control buttons
Notes
• D
isconnect USB storage devices from the
unit when not in use.
• Use an optional cable to connect the USB
audio player/USB memory as any device
connected directly to the unit will protrude
out from the unit and may be dangerous.
• Do not use unauthorized products.
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Bluetooth Operations
The Bluetooth allows you to utilize your car’s
built-in audio system for handsfree wireless
mobile phone or music communication. Some
Bluetooth mobile phones have the audio
features, and some portable audio players
support Bluetooth feature. This system can
play audio data stored in a Bluetooth audio
device. The car stereo with Bluetooth will be
able to retrieve phonebook contacts, received
calls, dialed calls, missed calls, incoming calls,
outgoing call and listen to music.
Making a Call
• Dial Number
1.Input numbers by digit-keys on the screen.
Touch [
] to clear the digits.
2. Touch [
] button to dial out.
3. Touch [
] button to terminate call.
Notes:
• T
his system will not operate or may operate
improperly with some Bluetooth audio
players.
• The unit cannot guarantee the compatibility
of all mobile phones together with the unit.
• Audio playback will be set to the same
volume level as set during telephone call.
This can cause problems, if extreme volume
level is set during the telephone call.
Touch [Phone] on the main menu to enter
Bluetooth Phone mode.
• Answering a call
You can answer an incoming call by pressing
the [
] button.
] button to reject an incoming call.
Touch [
1.If the Bluetooth function of the unit is off,
the unit will ask you to turn it on.
(Default setting is on)
2.Turn on Bluetooth function of your mobile
phone.
3.S earch for new Bluetooth devices on
your phone. Select “ANDROID” from the
pairing list on the mobile phone, and enter
password.
Scan ] button on the screen to
Or touch [
search mobile Bluetooth devices.
After connect successfully, the unit show
following menu.
• Disconnect
To disconnect a paired device, touch
[Disconnect] button.
Call from Phonebook
1.T ouch [ Contacts ] button to show your
phone book.
2.Select a number to select and touch [
]
button to dial out.
] to search a contact name.
3. Touch [
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Bluetooth Operations
: Previous track
: Play/Pause
Call History
: Next track
Access Call History by touching [ Call log ]
button.
: Enter Bluetooth Phone
Bluetooth Settings
Touch [ Settings ] button to show Bluetooth
setting menu.
Then select a number from Dialled/Missed/
Received calls.
Bluetooth Audio Streaming
What is audio streaming?
Audio streaming is a technique for transferring
audio data such that it can be processed
as a steady and continuous stream. Users
can stream music from their external audio
player to their car stereo wirelessly and listen
to the tracks through the car’s speakers.
Please consult your nearest dealer for more
information on the product of wireless audio
streaming transmitter offered.
CAUTION
Please avoid operating your connected
mobile phone while audio streaming as
this may cause noise or the sound to cut in
and out on playback.
Audio streaming may or may not resume
after telephone interrupt as this is
dependent on your mobile phone.
Touch [Streaming] button to play music on
your mobile phone.
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SmartLink
Overview of SmartLink
4. Correctly connect USB wire.
5. Auto install APP.
The system of the car device is Android
version, which supports the connection
between the car device and Smart phone.
And you can also control your phone by the
car device, such as receiving calls, dialing
calls, listening to the music and watching
movies or pictures from your phone, as well
using navigation from the Smart phone to the
screen of the car device.
For the first connection with SmartLink,
if the Android phone is not installed with
interconnection APP, the Smartlink will ask
for installing the App to the Android phone.
6. Finish connection.
(If it is not connected successfully, please
replace USB cable or vehicle USB interface,
or re-insert USB wire or restart Android
phone and re-try).
7. After connection, operate according to
Note:
You can't control your iPhone by the unit.
(iPhone mirrors display on screen)
the screen software.
Tip:
•For your driving safety, please do not use
the function during driving.
•For normal use, Android 4.0 to Android 6.0
version is recommended. Since Android
2.3X and below version system lacks
relevant support, when using the version
system to connect the product, some
functions (such as: mobile video play, etc.)
may not display normally.
•According to the different mobile phone”
Media library” and “Video” program
support formats, it is not all the video files
copied to mobile phone can be identified
and played. According to the different
equipment function, not all video files of all
formats can be played in vehicle terminal
smoothly.
•Since the mobile phone data cable
performance difference in the market,
it is strongly recommended using the
original USB data line to connect so as to
guarantee the connection stability.
•Due to the difference of mobile phone
performance, when using different mobile
phones to connect, the performance may
be different.
Connect with Android phone
1. Select “Easyconnected Fun Full” in the
APPS menu and select “Android USB” on
the screen.
2. Start Android phone [USB debugging].
The operations of Android phone’s entering
[Setting] are as follows (since the Android
phone versions are not the same, it roughly
has two conditions):
1) Existence of [Developer options]: Click
[Additional settings]-Click [Developer
options]-click to open [Start developer
options]-click to open [USB debugging]determine to allow.
2) Inexistence of [Developer options]: Click
system version number (interior version
number) for 8 times, then back to setting
and click [Developer options]-click to open
“Start developer options”-click to open [USB
debugging]-determine to allow.
3. Bluetooth connection.
Scan for Bluetooth devices and select this
system for connection.
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SmartLink
Sound setting
Connect with iPhone
Select [EQ] on the menu to enter sound
setting mode.
Touch to select a preset EQ on upper side of
the screen from Flat, Pop, User,Rock, Techno,
Classic and Jazz.
Touch [
] to adjust the level, Frequency
and Q for Bass/Mid/Treb.
1. Select “Easyconnected Fun Full” in the
APPS menu and select “iPhone WiFi” on the
screen.
2.Turn on the WiFi and Personal Hotspot on
the settings menu of your iPhone.
3.Select the hotspot name of your iPhone on
the list of the screen and enter the password.
4. Open the control center of your iPhone and
touch [AirPlay].
5. Select [EC-Mirror], and turn on the
“Mirroring” function.
6. After connecting successfully, the desktop
of you iPhone will display on the screen of the
unit.
(If it is not connected successfully, please
restart the WiFi of your iPhone, and refresh
the hotspot list on the unit.
[
]: When listening to music at low
volumes, this featurewill selectively boost
certain bass and treble frequencies.
Touch [
] to enter Fader/Balance/
Subwoofer setting menu.
Touch [ ] or [ ] to setup Balance, touch
[ ] or [ ] to setup Fader.
Sub Woofer
Sub woofer Level: Touch [
subwoofer Level.
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] or [
] to adjust
Internet
Wi-Fi Settings
]
5.After successfully connected, the [
icon appears on the top right corner of the
main menu . Now you can access internet.
1.Connect the WiFi dongle to the unit. Touch
the [ Settings ] icon on the main menu to
enter setting menu, and turn on Wi-Fi (if
necessary).
2.Touch [
enter WiFi setting menu.
Visit Website
] to
To access the internet, you must setup
“wireless & network” in system settings menu.
Select [
] on the main menu to view a
website.
Touch the dialog box on the upper side of
the screen to show keypad. Input the website
address, and touch [Go] to visit it. Drag the
web page to scroll.
3. Touch an available WiFi hotspot.
E-mail
Select [Gmail] or other mail software on the
applications menu.
4.Touch [ Password ] and input the password,
touch [Connect] to confirm.
First you must setup an account, or sign into
an existing account. Enter your Email address
and password. Then you can send/receive
E-mails through the unit.
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Other Mode
Navigation Operations
File Explorer
To navigate by the unit, simply select the
desired navigation application on the main
menu. Then navigate by the touch screen.
Select [File Explorer] on the applications
menu to view the files and folders on the SD
card.
The USB files and folders are in the folder
named "external_usb".
You can install applications and edit files/
folders.
AUX Operations
Select [A/V In 1]/[A/V In 2] on the main menu
to visit auxiliary device.
Steering Wheel Control
Select [SWC] on the main menu to enter SWC
setting menu.
1.T ouch number button to select a SWC
button.
2. Select a function.
3.Press each individual steering wheel control
button for each corresponding function.
4. Touch [Study] to program.
5.Once the final steering wheel control button
is programmed, the functions are saved
and the programming will end.
6. Touch [ Reset ] to reset the programming.
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System settings
Display System
1. Touch the upper left corner to display main menu.
2. Touch [ Settings ].
The settings menu is displayed.
3. Touch the upper left corner of the screen to exit.
Adjust General Settings
1. Touch [ General ].
2. Touch to select a setting.
3. Touch on the option to display/select an option.
General settings Options
Description
Lighting
You can select the key color.
Radio region
Select one that matches your location.
Internal
Internal microphone for Bluetooth calls.
Microphone
External
External microphone for Bluetooth calls.
Blackout
Choose screen blackout off, 15s or 30s.
On
Turn on the beep sound. Each time you press a button, the unit beeps.
Beep
Off
Turn off the beep sound.
Quick gesture operations definition.
Adjust Video Settings
1. Touch [Video].
2. Touch an option repeatedly to select.
Video settings
Parking
Opciones Descripción
On / Off
Disable video / Enable video.
When in Park “On” mode, the screen will display WARNING information if you play the video. The
warning screen will prevent the driver from watching videos for safety.
Adjust Time Settings
1. Touch [ Time ].
2. To setup Date & time.
Adjust Volumes Settings
Choose input volume gain of each source.
1. Touch [Volumes].
The volume setting sub-menu is displayed.
2. Touch on a source, to assign value: 0 to 40.
When switching to the source, the volume increases automatically.
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System settings
Adjust Disc Rating
1. Touch [Disc].
2. Touch an option repeatedly to select.
DVD rating
Audio
Subtitle
Disk Menu
AgeControl
Parental
Options
Description
Select DVD audio language. Options available depending on DVD disc.
Select DVD subtitle language. Options available depending on DVD disc.
Select DVD menu language. Options available depending on DVD disc.
KID SAF
Acceptable for children.
G
Acceptable for general viewers.
PG
Parental guidance suggested.
PG 13
Unsuitable for children under age 13.
PGR
Recommend parents to restrict viewing for children under 17 .
Restricted re parental guidance is advised for children under the age of
R
17 .
NC17
Unsuitable for children under age 17.
ADULT
Acceptable for adults only.
Set password to restrict the play of discs. The default password is 000000.
Networks
To setup the wireless configuration, such as Wi-Fi.
* For Wi-Fi settings, refer to “Internet”.
Personal
To setup Location access, Security, Language & input, Factory data reset, All data erase,
Accounts, etc.
Device
To setup Brightness, Storage, Apps.
System settings
Accessibility
To setup accessibility related applications.
You need download a screen reader and establish an account.
Software version
To view software version information.
UUID QR code
To view UUID QR code information.
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Device Connections
Notes of connection
• T
his unit is designed to be used in a vehicle with a 12-volt battery and negative grounding.
Before installing this unit to a recreational vehicle, a bus, or a truck, make sure the battery
voltage is appropriate for this unit to be used, otherwise, have a professionally installed
transformer to convert the output voltage to 12V.
•To avoid short circuit in the electrical system, ensure that the negative battery cable is
disconnected before installation.
• To prevent short circuit in the wiring and damaging to this unit, secure all wirings with cable
clamp or adhesive tape. Route the wirings in a secured, out of heating place without touching
any moving parts such as gear shift, handbrake, and seat rails to prevent the wiring insulation
being melted / worn off.
• Never pass the yellow power cord through the installation hole into the engine compartment and
connect to the car battery. Otherwise, a high possibility of serious short circuit to the electrical
system may occur.
• If you need to replace the fuse, please replace with a 15A fuse. Using no fuse or a fuse with an
improper rating may cause damage to the unit or a potential fire. If a proper fuse is installed and
problems continue to occur, please contact your local retailer or installer.
• DO NOT connect other equipments with the car battery to avoid battery overheating.
• Please make sure all the wiring connections & the cables of the speakers are well-insulated.
Otherwise, this unit may be damaged by short circuit.
• If there is no ACC available, please connect ACC lead to the power supply with a switch.
• If an external power amplifier is connected, please don't connect P.CONT lead to the power
lead of the external power amplifier, otherwise, electric spark or other damage may result.
• Never ground the speaker output to prevent the damage to the built-in power amplifier.
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Device Connections
Wiring Diagram
3G
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Troubleshooting
The following checklist can help you solve the problems which you may encounter when using the
unit. Before consulting it, check the connections and follow the instructions in the user manual.
Problem
General
Possible cause
Solution
Car ignition is not on.
Cable is not properly
The unit will not switch on.
connected.
Fuse is burnt.
Volume is set at minimum or
No sound
the mute function is on.
The unit or screen does
The unit system is unstable.
not function normally.
Remote control
The remote control is not
working or does not work The battery is low or empty.
properly
DVD mode
Turn your car key in the ignition.
Check cable connection.
Replace fuse with a new fuse of the
same capacity.
Check the volume or switch the mute
function off.
Press the RESET button.
Change the batteries.
Disc must be inserted with the label
The appliance will not play The disc is inserted incorrectly.
side facing up. Clean the disc and
discs.
The disc is dirty or damaged.
check for damage. Try another disc.
Adjust mounting angle to less than
Sound skips due to
Mounting angle is over 30˚.
30˚.
vibration.
Mounting is unstable.
Mount the unit securely with the
supplied parts.
TUNER mode
The antenna is not connected
Unable to receive stations.
Connect the antenna properly.
properly.
Poor quality reception of The antenna is not fully
Fully extend the antenna and if
radio station.
extended or it is broken.
broken, replace it with a new one.
The battery cable is not
Connect the permanent live on the unit
Preset stations are lost.
properly connected.
to the permanent live on the vehicle.
USB mode
Unable to insert USB
The USB device has been
Insert USB the other way around.
device.
inserted the wrong way round.
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Specifications
General
Reference Supply Voltage..................................................................... 12V(DC)
Operating Voltage Range.........................................................10.5 - 15.8V(DC)
Max Operating Current..................................................................................15A
Grounding System..................................................... Car Battery Negative Pole
Dimensions(WXHXD).................................................... 178.0X100.0X167.7mm
Weight(main unit)....................................................................................... 2.1kg
FM
Signal Noise Ratio................................................................................. ≥55dB
Usable Sensitivity(S/N=30dB)...........................................................≤15dBμV
Frequency Response(-3dB)...........................................................20Hz~7KHz
Station Seeking Level..................................................................... 20~28dBμV
Distortion............................................................................................... ≤1.0%
Stereo Separation(1KHz)...................................................................... ≥25dB
Antenna Impedance....................................................................................75Ω
AM
Usable Sensitivity(S/N=20dB)...........................................................≤30dBμV
Frequency Response(-3dB)...........................................................50Hz~2KHz
LCD
Screen size............................................................................ 6.75 inches(16:9)
Display resolution.........................................................................800X480dots
DVD Player
Signal / Noise Ratio............................................................................... ≥70dB
Dynamic Range..................................................................................... ≥70dB
Distortion(line out)................................................................................. ≤0.8%
Frequency Response(±3dB)........................................................20Hz~20KHz
Maximum Output Power.........................................................................4×45W
Load Impedance............................................................................................4Ω
AUX IN
Distortion............................................................................................... ≤0.8%
Frequency Response(±3dB)........................................................20Hz~20KHz
Audio Input Level....................................................................................500mV
Audio
Audio Output Impedance.......................................................................... 10KΩ
Audio Output Level........................................................................ 2Vrms(Max)
Video
Normal Video Input Level(CVBS)........................................................1.0±0.2V
Video Input Impedance...............................................................................75Ω
Video Output Impedance.............................................................................75Ω
Video Output Level..............................................................................1.0±0.2V
Environment
Operating Temperature..............................................................-10°C ~ +60°C
Storing Temperature..................................................................-20°C ~ +70°C
Operating Humidity...................................................................... 45%~80%RH
Storing Humidity.......................................................................... 30%~90%RH
Notice:
When the unit is operated in extreme conditions, such as operated with maximum power output
for a long time, or the temperature is over 70°C, it will enter heat protection mode, the volume will
automatically be lowered. This is normal.
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CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
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