Installation/Operation Manual 50W x 4 CD-2000

AM/FM/CD/MP3 Receiver with USB/SD & Auxiliary Input
3 Built-in Microphone inputs for PA Announcements
Installation/Operation Manual
50W x 4
CD-2000
Thank you for purchasing the CD-2000 AM/FM/CD/MP3/USB/SD Receiver from REI.
This product is designed and tested to withstand temperature and vibration extremes.
Please read the owner’s manual carefully before attempting to install.
If you have an installation question or need installation assistance, please call the:
SERVICE HOT LINE
1-877-726-4617 Toll Free USA & CANADA
1-402-339-2200
IF ADDITIONAL INSTALLATION COMPONENTS ARE NECESSARY, CONTACT YOUR REI
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Radio Engineering Industries, Inc.
6534 “L” Street
Omaha, Nebraska 68117
www.radioeng.com
FEATURES:
10s Anti-skip CD Mechanism
Front-panel USB Type-A input
Front-panel SD/SDHC CARD input
Supports MP3/WMA playback
Displays ID3 tag information
50W x 4 Output power
Non-volatile memory back-up stores user Presets when the battery is disconnected
Electronic AM/FM Stereo Tuner w/RBDS
EURO and USA frequency bands
Radio Station Lock-Out
12/24 hr Clock modes
Presets Up to 30 Radio Stations (18 FM, 12 AM)
Two Independent Aux Inputs (Front 3.5mm Stereo Jack/Rear RCA)
Electronic Bass, Treble, Balance, and Fader Controls
LED Backlighting
Integrated PA Microphone inputs (Microphones & Adapters Sold Separately)
Rear Channel Pre-amp outputs
IR wireless Remote Control Ready (Remote and IR extension cable sold separately)
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CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
(1)
Power Button
(2)
Volume/Select Knob
(3)
Band Button
(4)
Mode Button
(5)
Reset Button
(6)
Scan Button
(7)
Preset Memory Buttons/r Playback Options
(8)
Mute Button
(9)
Radio Station Tune/Seek, Track Control Buttons
(10) Front Auxiliary Input Jack
(11) SD Card Input slot
(12) Display Button
(13) Clock Button
(14) USB Input Slot
(15) Eject Button
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OPERATION
1) Power Button
Press the Power Button to turn ON or OFF the unit. A red light means the unit is in
standby, a Blue light means the radio is on.
2) Volume/Select Knob
Rotate the knob left or right to change the volume level.
Press the knob to select one of the following functions:
VOL---BASS---TREB---BAL---FAD
Rotate the knob to adjust the desired setting.
3) Band Button
Press this button to change radio bands as follows:
FM1—FM2—FM3—AM1—AM2
Press this button to confirm changes in the SETUP menu
4) Mode Button
Press this button to select source mode (RADIO/DISC/USB/CARD/AUX1/AUX2)
*USB and SD card must be inserted to activate these modes
5) Reset Button
If there is a malfunction of the unit, pressing the RESET button will clear the system
6) Scan Button
Press and hold this button for 2 seconds to auto program available stations into all the
preset memory buttons. This function will erase previous memorized stations and store
the newly searched stations. Once completed, the radio will scan for 5 seconds through
each of the preset stations of either the AM or FM band.
Radio Engineering Industries, Inc.
www.radioeng.com
Rev C
Date: 9-20-13
Press this button to automatically preview all radio stations in that band for 5 seconds
7) Preset Memory/Recall Buttons 1-6
Press these buttons momentarily to select the preset stations.
Press and holding a button will preset the current station to the button being pressed.
During MP3 playback, use these buttons
to scroll through available folders.
Press this button to PAUSE/PLAY the media (CD/SD/USB)
Press this button to select INTRO ON/OFF on CD playback
Press this button to change REPEAT from Track, Folder, All
Press this button to turn RANDOM ON/OFF
8) Mute Button
Press this button to mute the source audio.
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USB INTERFACE
USB Standard
Maximum Supply Current
File System
Decoding Format
USB1.1/2.0 (Full Speed)
500mA
Fat16/32
same as CD
SD CARD INTERFACE
Frequency Response (+/- 1dB)
Dynamic Range
Harmonic Distortion
Decoding Format
10 – 20,000Hz
80dB (1kHz)
0.01%
same as CD
AUDIO PRE-AMP SPECIFICATIONS
Max Output level
Output Impedance
2V
600Ω
AUXILIARY INPUT SPECIFICATION
Frequency Response (+/- 1db)
Input Voltage Maximum Voltage
Input impedance
20HZ – 20Khz
1200mV
10KΩ
9) TUNE / SEEK /TRACK Buttons
Under Radio mode, press the desired button to manually tune a station moving upward
or downward. Press and hold button momentarily and the radio will automatically seek
or down to the next available radio station. Press and hold button for 3 seconds and the
radio continuously tunes up or down until the button is released.
When playing digital media, use these buttons to track UP/DOWN to the desired
chapter to playback.
10) Auxiliary Input Jacks
The unit is equipped with a front panel 3.5mm auxiliary input so you can connect your
external portable audio player or portable satellite radio receiver. Press Mode to
display AUX 1 for operation. The radio is also equipped with a second Rear RCA
AUX 2 input. Press mode to display AUX 2 for operation.
*It may be necessary to adjust the volume level of your portable devise to achieve an
optimal volume level.
11) SD Card Input
Insert the SD card and the radio will automatically switch to the CARD input and
begin playback.
12) Display Button
Press this button to change display between available source information.
13) Clock Button
Press CLK button to change display between clock and source information.
Setting the Time:
With radio POWER ON, press CLK button momentarily to display the time. Next,
press and hold the CLK button until the hour display begins to flash. Rotate
Volume/Select Knob to adjust the hour. Press the CLK button again, and the minute
display will flash. Rotate Volume/Select Knob to adjust the minute. Press
Volume/Select to save the desired time.
14) USB Input
Insert a USB drive and the radio will automatically switch to USB input and begin
playback.
**Note: The unit's USB port does not support the Apple iPod or iPhone.
15) Eject Button
Press this button to eject CD disc.
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RADIO SYSTEM MENU
Press and hold the VOL/SEL button for 2 seconds. LCD will display MENU, make
the desired selection below:
To change display SCROLL OPTIONS, rotate VOL/SEL, then press to choose:
 Scroll OFF - RDS text will not display automatically, must press the DISP key to
view
 Scroll ONCE - RDS text will display automatically but is limited to one time.
It will update automatically when new information is received.
 Scroll ON - RDS text will display automatically and continuously
To enable the RDS option, rotate VOL/SEL, then press to choose:
 RDS ON
 RDS OFF
This is the firmware version present on the radio,
 VER 001
To save and exit MENU mode, press and hold the VOL/SEL button.
Note: Menu will exit automatically after 5 continuous seconds without saving any
selections.
RADIO STATION LOCK-OUT
Radio station Lock-Out gives Fleet managers the ability to restrict AM/FM playback.
To enable operation, set acceptable stations into all the AM & FM presets. If only
one station is allowed, preset that same station into all presets of either the FM or AM
band. Once the stations are set, Press and hold both the VOL/SEL (2) and BAND (3)
buttons for 3 seconds. The display will scroll “ENTER CODE”, at which time the
user can enter a personal 4 digit code using presets 1-6. Once entered, the display
will show “LOCKED” giving the user confirmation. The user will have access to
only the AM & FM stations found in presets 1-6. If the user attempts to change the
station using the SEEK/TUNE buttons, the display will scroll “ENTER CODE”.
Entering the wrong code will scroll “ERR CODE”. Once the user enters the correct
code, the display will show “UNLOCKED” and restore the radio to normal operation.
SPECIFICATIONS:
General Specifications
Operating Voltage
Maximum Current Consumption
Standby Current Consumption
(10.0 –15.6V allowable)
10A
10mA
POWER OUTPUT
Continuous Output (4Ω, 20 to 20,000 Hz at 1% THD)
Maximum Power Output
Speaker load Impedance
FM STEREO RADIO
Frequency range
Usable Sensitivity
50db Quieting Sensitivity
Frequency Response
Alternate Channel Selectivity
Stereo Separation
Image Rejection Ration
IF rejection ratio
Signal to Noise ratio
AM RADIO
Frequency range
Usable Sensitivity
USA 87.5MHZ – 107.9MHZ (0.2 MHz step)
EURO 87.50MHZ –108.00MHz (0.05 MHz step)
10.2 dBf. (0.9 uV, 75Ω)
15.2 dBf. (1.6 uV, 75Ω)
30Hz – 15kHz (+/- 3dB)
75dB
40dB (1kHz)
75dB
100dB
70dB
USA 530kHz – 1710kHz (10 kHz step)
EURO 522kHz – 1620kHz (9 kHz step)
27 dB/uV (25uV, S/N 20dB)
CD/PLAYER
Signal/Noise Ratio (1kHz)
Frequency Response (+/- 1dB)
Total Harmonic Distortion (1kHz)
Number of Channels
MP3 decoding format
WMA decoding format
75dB
5 – 20,000Hz
less than 0.20% (1Khz)
2 (stereo)
MPEG-1 & 2 Audio layer 3
Ver. 7, 7.1,8,9,10,11 (2ch audio)
(Windows Media Player)
SVCD, CD-R/RW, CD-Audio,
CD-MP3, CD-WMA
Usable Discs:
6
4 x 22 Watts
4 x 50 Watts
4-8 Ohms
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RADIO REMOVAL
3.
To remove the radio, disconnect the rear support stud if installed. Carefully
release the front Trim Ring lock tabs at the top and bottom of the nosepiece. Then
insert the two release keys on both sides of the nosepiece and pull the radio out.
PA OPERATION
The CD-2000 has three PA Microphone inputs, 2 Dynamic & 1 Carbon microphone
input. All microphones have priority over all other audio modes and MUTE the
source audio being played when keyed. When the PA is triggered, the front display
will show MIC 1, MIC 2 or MIC, until the trigger is un-keyed. Once released, it will
return to the previous source mode at the previous volume level.
The Dynamic MIC 1 input is the Primary, and the other input MIC 2 is the Secondary.
When the two are keyed simultaneously, the MIC 1 microphone will always have
priority over the MIC 2.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Power light does not turn on
Cause
Measure
No power to yellow wire; no power
Check for ACC/BATTERY
to red wire; blown fuse
voltage with Multi-meter, check
All PA inputs operate regardless of radio power status, as long as both ACC and
Battery power is applied to the radio. The volume levels of MIC 1 & MIC 2 can be
independently adjusted from the radio’s main Volume/Select knob on the front of the
radio. Once released, their final volume levels are stored into memory as default for
the next time they are keyed. The volume levels of MIC 1 & MIC 2 can only be
adjusted when they are keyed. The volume of the Carbon microphone MIC is only
adjustable on the microphone itself and therefore its level is not saved. A rear view
of the radio’s PA pin connections are shown below:
fuse; press RESET button.
Speakers not connected; speakers
Connect speakers to harness;
connected with bad splices;
check all spliced wires; verify
Speakers shorted to ground; total
speakers not shorted to chassis;
speakers load not within 4-8Ω/ch
verify total speaker impedance.
Public Address can NOT be
Microphone volume level is “0”;
Turn the volume up when the
heard over speakers
microphone is plugged into the
LCD display’s MIC 1 or MIC 2;
wrong input; wrong microphone
Check that the correct
type is used
microphone type is connected
No sound
Digital media won’t play or
Media is an unsupported file type.
NOTE:
For easy viewing at night, the backlighting will always be on when ACC +12V
switched power is applied. Backlighting will only shut off when the switched ACC
+12V power is removed.
Encode media with a supported
says “ERROR” and skips to
file type; make sure disc has
“AUX”
been finalized; use different
software
Disc errors during CD playback
LCD Display says MIC /MIC 1/
Disc is scratched, internal optics
Restore the CD by removing the
dirty, or the angle of operation is
scratches. Adjust the angle of
too extreme.
operation to between 0°-30°.
PA system is triggered
Remove microphone connections
or MIC 2 and front controls are
and verify correct pinning;
locked
replace microphone
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RADIO CONNECTIONS
Follow this easy wiring diagram when installing. Be sure to disconnect the battery
negative terminal before beginning.
REQUIRED RADIO DIMENSIONS
Verify the radio will fit by following the suggested dimensions below.
RADIO INSTALLATION
1.
Verify lock Clips on the DIN collar are pressed inward. Place the collar into
the dash opening. Bend the locking tabs outward as shown on the drawing below to
secure into place in the Dash Opening.
2.
Route all cable through the DIN collar and make all the necessary rear
connections with the radio. Verify clearance; then gently insert the radio into the DIN
Collar until both sides are locked. Install Trim Ring if not already installed. Secure
rear mounting stud for additional support if desired.
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