®
Operation
and Installation
Manual
MHz
RV5090 AM / FM Stereo
Multi-Media Receiver
with Bluetooth
Introduction
Please take the time to read all of the information in this manual. Familiarity with operation and installation procedures will help you obtain the best possible performance from your new AM/FM Stereo
Multi-Media Receiver.
WARNING! To prevent fire or electrical shock hazard, do not expose this product to moisture, or remove
cover or bottom screws. No user-serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified personnel.
Index
Button Locations and Functions 3-4
Remote Control Button Locations and Functions 5
General Operation 6
Sound Controls 6-8
Speaker Selection 8
Setting the Clock 8-9
Sleep Timer Operation 9
Alarm Operation 10
Radio Operations 11-12
Disc Warnings 12
Music Disc Operation 13-15
MP3 Disc Operation 15-16
Movie Disc Operation 17-19
Setup Menu 19
USB Input 20
Bluetooth Operation 21
Audio Input 22
Headphone Output 22
Reset Button 23
Additional Feature 23
Installation24
Speaker Connections 25
Wiring and Auxiliary Connections 26
Safety Instructions 27
Warranty28
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Button Locations and Functions
1
4
2 3
6
5
7
8
32
MHz
31
9
30
10
29
12
28
27
26
11
13
25 24 23
22
21
20
19 18 17 16 15
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1. Power On/Off: Press to turn the unit on or off.
2. Radio Station Recall Buttons (1-3): Press and release when recalling preset radio stations. Press and
hold until the preset number appears to memorize a radio station.
3. Eject Button (
): Press to eject the disc.
4. Disc Slot: To play a disc, insert the disc into slot with label facing up.
5.Display Area: This area displays all function information for the radio, clock, disc player and auxiliary
input devices.
6. Radio Station Recall Buttons (4-6): Press and release when recalling preset radio stations. Press and
hold until the preset number appears to memorize a radio station.
7.Display Dimmer Button (DIM): Press to select the desired level of brightness of the display.
8. Repeat Button:
Disc Mode: Press to repeat a music disc track. Press again to cancel.
Bluetooth Mode: (See Bluetooth Operations section for more details).
9. Music Disc Intro Button: Press to preview each track on the music disc for 15 seconds. Press again
to cancel.
10.Music Disc Random Button: Press to play all the tracks on the music disc in random order. Press
again to cancel.
11.Radio Scan Button: Press this button and the tuner will scan up, pausing for 5 seconds at each
strong station. Press the button again to cancel the scan function.
12. Radio Seek Button: Press this button and the tuner will seek up to the next strong station and stop.
13. Infrared Eye: Receives the signals from the remote control.
14. Headphone Socket: Accepts 3.5mm stereo headphone jacks.
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Button Locations and Functions (Continued)
15. Play/Pause and Mute Button
:
Radio and Multimedia Input Modes: Press to mute volume level. Press again to restore.
Disc Mode: Press to pause disc play, press again to resume play.
Bluetooth: Press to pause play, press again to resume play.
16. Bluetooth Selection Button: Press to choose A2DP Bluetooth input mode.
17.Seek
Up Buttons:
Radio Mode: Press to tune the radio to a higher frequency.
Disc Mode: Press to search for the beginning of next track or chapter.
Bluetooth Mode: Press to search for the beginning of the next track.
18. USB/Disc Selection Button: Press to choose between Disc and USB modes.
19. Seek Down
Buttons:
Radio Mode: Press to tune the radio to a lower frequency.
Disc Mode: Press to search for the beginning or previous track or chapter.
Bluetooth Mode: Press to search for the beginning of the previous track.
20. Volume and Select Knob: Rotate to increase or decrease the volume level. Press to select the sound
controls: Bass, Treble and Balance.
21. AM/FM Radio Selection Button: Press to choose Radio mode. Sequential presses will select radio
bands: FM1, FM2, FM2 (MHz) and AM1, AM2 (KHz).
22. Auxiliary Input Selection Button (AUX): Press to choose auxiliary input modes: Audio input front,
Audio input rear.
23. Audio Input Jack: Press the AUX button until “AUX” appears in the display then plug in a device via
the 3.5mm audio input plug.
Note: The RV5090 does not control the device, it just allows the audio to be played through the system.
24. Reset Button: Press to reset the unit to it’s default settings.
25.USB Input: Press the USB/DISC button until “DISC” appears in the display. Then plug in your USB
device. “USB” will then appear in the display.
Note: The RV5090 will control the USB audio device. (See “USB Input” for more details).
26. Speaker Selection Buttons (A, B and C): Switches the speaker sets on and off. Refer to the LED
indicators above the button to determine if the speaker set is on or off.
27. Bluetooth Indicator: Indicates Bluetooth status. (See “Bluetooth Operation” for more details).
28. Sleep Button (SLP): Sets the sleep timer. (See “Sleep Timer Operation” for more details).
29. Alarm Button (ALRM): Sets the alarm. (See “Alarm Operation” for more details).
30. Display Button (DISP): Press to display the clock or frequency in radio mode, track in music disc
mode, chapter and elapse time in movie disc mode or track in IPOD mode. Press and hold to perform
clock setting functions (See “Setting the Clock” for more details).
31. Radio AS/PS Button: Automatic radio station memory storing (AS) and Preset radio station scanning
(PS). (See “AM/FM Operation” for more details).
32. Equalizer and Loudness Button (EQ/LOUD): Press to select between the preset sound equalization
settings. Press and hold the button to boost high and low tones at low volume levels (loudness).
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Remote Control Button Locations and Functions
EJECT
POWER
2
4
1
3
5
8
13
MENU
VOL
TONE
14
MODE
16
SETUP
18
VOL
VOL
20
ENTER
15
17
19
DISP
7
REPEAT
RANDOM
ZOOM
SLOW
9
EQ
1
2
3
10
BAND
4
5
6
11
AS/PS
ELAPSE
7
8
9
12
AUDIO
SUB.TT
10/0
10+
1. Power On/Off Button (
unit on or off.
22
12. Audio Button: Press to select appropriate movie
audio/language setup.
13. Subtitle Button (SUB.TT): Press to access the
movie disc’s subtitle languages.
21
6
11. AS/PS Elapse Button:
Radio: Automatic radio station memory storing
(AS) and Preset radio station scanning (PS).
(See “AM/FM Operation” for more details).
Disc: Press to display movie information.
23
24
): Press to turn the
2. Menu Button: Press to access the Menu screen
in movie mode.
3. Sound Control Button (VOL/TONE):
Press to select the sound controls: Bass,
Treble and Balance.
4. Setup Button: Displays the on-screen
SETUP menu.
5. Volume Buttons (VOL / VOL ): Press VOL
to increase or VOL decrease the volume level.
6. Display Button (DISP): Press to toggle through
the available display information.
7. Repeat Button:
Disc: Press to repeat a music disc track or to
repeat a movie disc title or chapter. Press
again to cancel.
8. Random Button:
Disc: Press to play all the tracks on the music disc
in random order. Press again to cancel.
9. Equalizer Button (EQ):Press to select between
the preset sound equalization settings. Press and
hold the button to boost high and low tones at
low volume levels (loudness).
14. Eject Button (
): Press to eject the disc.
15. Mode Button: Press to select between the
different modes: Radio, Disc, USB, Auxiliary
Input or Bluetooth .
16. Stop Button (m): Press to stop disc play.
17. Play/Pause and Mute Button (
): Press
to pause disc play, press again to resume play.
18. Backwards
or Fast Forward
Disc Play: Press
and “BACKWARD X 2”
appears in the display and the disc will play
backwards at 2 times the normal speed.
Press again and “BACKWARD X 4” will
appear. X8 and X20 speeds can also be
selected. Fast Forward
button works the
same way but fast forward. Press the
button at any time to resume normal play.
19. Enter Button: Executes the selected item.
20. Navigation Buttons ( , , , ): Moves
feature selection up, down, left or right.
21. Down
, Up
Buttons:
Radio Mode: Press to manually tune the radio
to a lower or higher frequency.
Disc Mode: Press to search for the beginning
or next track or chapter.
Bluetooth Mode: Press to search for the
beginning or next track.
22. Slow Button: Press to play the movie in
slow motion.
23. Zoom Button: Press to enlarge or reduce the
movie’s on-screen image.
24. Numeric Buttons (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,
10/0 and 10+)
10. Band Button: Press to select the radio mode.
Sequential presses will select radio band:
FM1, FM2, FM2 (MHz) and AM1, AM2 (KHz).
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General Operations
Power On/Off:
Press the
button to turn the unit On/Off.
MHz
Selecting a Play Source:
To select a play source, press one of the
following mode buttons:
AUX: Audio Input Front (AUX),
Audio Input Rear (AUX IN)
AM/FM: AM (KHz) or FM (Mhz) Radio Band (RADIO)
USB/DISC: Disc (DISC) or USB Input (USB)
BT: A2DP Bluetooth Audio.
Dimming the Display:
Press the DIM button to select from the 4 levels
of brightness for the display area.
Display Selection:
Press the DISP button to display the clock.
Press again to return to previous display.
Press and hold to perform clock setting functions (See “Setting the Clock” for more details).
Sound Controls
Volume:
Increase the volume by rotating the VOLUME
knob clockwise. Decrease the volume by rotating
the Volume knob counterclockwise.
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MHz
Sound Controls
Bass, Treble and Balance Control
Select the desired sound mode by pressing the VOLUME knob. The modes will be displayed in the
following order: Bass, Treble, Balance and Volume.
Bass:
Select the Bass mode by pressing the VOLUME
knob. Increase the Bass by rotating the knob
clockwise. Decrease the Bass by rotating the
knob counterclockwise. After 6 seconds control
reverts back to volume control.
Treble:
Select the Treble mode by pressing the VOLUME
knob. Increase the Treble by rotating the knob
clockwise. Decrease the Treble by rotating the
knob counterclockwise. After 6 seconds control
reverts back to volume control.
Balance:
Select the Balance mode by pressing the VOLUME
knob. Adjust the Balance by rotating the knob.
R -- L = Equal sound Right and Left
R 7 = Right speaker only
L 7 = Left speaker only
After 6 seconds control reverts back to
volume control.
Equalizer (EQ):
Press the EQ button to choose between the
preset equalizer settings: Normal, Classic, Rock,
Pop and Jazz as indicated in the display area.
Loud:
To boost high and low tones at low volume
levels, press and hold the EQ button until “LOUD
ON” appears in the display. To deselect, press
and hold the EQ button again until “LOUD OFF”
appears in the display.
Hold
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Sound Controls (Continued)
Mute:
Press the MUTE button to mute the volume
level. Press the MUTE button again to restore
the volume.
Speaker Selection
Selecting Speaker Sets:
• Press the A button to toggle speaker set A on
and off. The LED above SPEAKER A lights up
when speaker set A is on.
• Press the B button to toggle speaker set A on
and off. The LED above SPEAKER B lights up
when speaker set B is on.
• Press the C button to toggle speaker set A on
and off. The LED above SPEAKER C lights up
when speaker set C is on.
Setting the Clock
1. Press the DISP button until the clock appears
in the display.
2. Press and hold the DISP button until the
Hours number starts flashing.
Hold
3. Rotate the VOLUME knob until the correct
Hour appears in the display.
Note: When setting the clock make sure to
select the correct AM or PM.
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Setting the Clock (Continued)
4. Press the VOLUME knob and the Minute
indicators will start flashing.
5. Rotate the VOLUME knob until the correct
Minutes appears in the display. Wait 5 seconds
and the colon between the hours and the minutes
will start flashing indicating the clock is set.
Sleep Timer Operation
Setting the Sleep Timer:
1. Press the SLP button and “SLEEP 10” appears
in the display.
2. Keep pressing the SLP button again until the
desired sleep time appears in the display
(0, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80 minutes).
3. Wait 5 seconds and the display will return to
normal operation and “SLEEP” will appear in
the display.
4. After the designated sleep timer has expired
the unit will turn off automatically.
Cancelling the Sleep Timer:
1. Press the SLP button until “0” is displayed.
2. Wait 5 seconds and the display will return to
normal operation.
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Alarm Operation
Setting the Alarm Timer:
1. Press the ALM button and the clock
will appear in the display with the Hour
number flashing.
2. Rotate the VOLUME knob until the correct Hour
appears in the display. “ALARM” will appear in
the display indicating the alarm is activated.
Note 1: When setting the alarm clock make
sure to select the correct AM or PM indicator.
Note 2: When setting the alarm DO NOT use
12:00 AM, because that time is used to cancel
the alarm.
3. Press the VOLUME knob and the Minute
indicators will start flashing.
4. Rotate the VOLUME knob until the correct
Minutes appears in the display. Wait 5 seconds
and the colon between the hours and the
minutes will start flashing. “ALARM” will
appear in the display indicating the alarm is set.
5. Press the POWER button to turn the unit off.
The unit will automatically turn on when the
set alarm time is reached.
Cancelling the Alarm Timer:
Follow the procedures above except set the
alarm time to “A AM 12:00”. “ALARM” will
disappear in the display indicating the alarm
has been cancelled.
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Radio Operations
Selecting the Play Source:
Press the AM/FM button and “RADIO” appears in
the display. After a brief moment either KHZ (AM)
or MHZ (FM) will appear in the display.
Selecting the AM or FM:
Press the AM/FM button repeatedly and select
from MHZ (FM) 1, 2, 3, KHZ (AM) 1 or 2.
FM Stereo
Indicator
(STEREO)
Preset Bank
FM Band
AM Band
Indicator (MHz) Indicator (KHz)
Preset Button
Number
Radio
Frequency
Manually Tuning in a Radio Station:
Press the
button to tune in a lower radio
frequency. Press the
button to tune in a
higher radio frequency.
Note: The unit will automatically switch from
FM Mono to FM Stereo when the signal strength
increases to a stereo level. If the stereo signal
should become weak, the unit will switch back
to Mono. FM stereo reception is indicated when
“STEREO” appears in the display.
Tuning in a Radio Station Using Seek:
Press the SEEK button and the tuner will scan up
to the next strong station and stop seeking, then
start playing.
Tuning in a Radio Station Using Scan:
Press the SCAN button and the tuner will
scan up to the next strong station and pause
for 10 seconds, then scan for the next strong
station. To cancel this function press the
SCAN button again.
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Radio Operation (Continued)
Memorizing Radio Stations:
1. Press the AM/FM button to select either the
MHz (FM) 1, 2, 3, KHz (AM) 1 or 2 radio bank.
2. Tune-in the desired radio station.
3. To memorize the station press and hold
anyone of the six radio station recall buttons
until the preset number appears.
Automatically Store Radio Stations:
1. Press the AM/FM button to select either the
MHz (FM) or KHz (AM) radio band.
2. Press and hold the AS/PS button then release.
The tuner will search for the strongest stations
and store them into memory. The new stations
will replace stations that were previously
stored in the current band.
Hold
Note: When the MHz (FM) band is selected the
18 strongest stations will be stored. When KHz
(AM) band is selected the 12 strongest stations
will be stored.
Scanning Stored Radio Stations:
1. Press the AM/FM button to select either the
FM or AM radio band.
2. Press the AS/PS button then release. The
tuner scans for preset stations stored in
the current band and pauses for 6 seconds
at each station. When a desired station is
reached, press the AS/PS button again to
stop scanning.
Disc Warnings
DVD
12cm disc
Handling
and Cleaning:
(Single-sided
disc only)
• Dirt,
dust, scratches
and warping disc will cause
non-operation.
CD
•Do not place stickers on disc or scratch disc.
12cm disc
• Do not warp discs.
• A disc should always be kept in its case when
MP3
not
in use to prevent damage.
disc discs in the following places:
• Do12cm
not place
Direct sunlight, Dirty, dusty and damp areas,
Near car heaters, Car seats or dashboard.
Label side up
Do not touch
the underside
of the disc
Do not bend
Disc Cleaning:
Use a dry soft cloth to wipe disc the surface. If the
disc is quite dirty, use a soft cloth slightly moist
with isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol. Never use solvents
such as benzine, thinner or conventional record
cleaners as they may mar the surface of the disc.
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Wipe the disc from
the center toward
the outside edge
Music Disc Operation
General Operations:
Label Side Up
Gently insert the disc into the slot with the label
side up. The unit will automatically load the disc.
Note: If a disc does not auto-load DO NOT
FORCE into the slot, as you may already have a
disc loaded.
Music Track Selection:
Track Number
Press the
button to select a lower track.
Press the
button to select a higher track.
The track number will appear in the display.
Tracks can also be selected by using the remote
control. Press the track selection number button
that corresponds to the track you want to play.
For example: If you want to play track 8, press
button 8. Track 8 will start playing and “8” will
appear in the display.
If you want to play track 12, press button 10+,
followed immediately by button 2. Track 12 will
start playing and “12” will appear in the display.
DISP
REPEAT
RANDOM
ZOOM
SLOW
EQ
1
2
3
BAND
4
5
6
AS/PS
ELAPSE
7
8
9
AUDIO
SUB.TT
10/0
10+
MENU
MODE
Pausing the Disc:
Press the
button to pause the disc and “PAUSE”
will appear in the display. Press it again to resume
play and “PAUSE” will disappear from the display.
Note: You can also press the
on the remote
control.
EJECT
POWER
VOL
TONE
SETUP
VOL
VOL
ENTER
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Music Disc Operation (Continued)
Stopping the Disc:
Press the button to stop the disc. To resume
play, press the
button.
Pressing the button 2 times, then pressing the
button will play the disc from the beginning.
MENU
VOL
TONE
Press the
button to eject a disc.
Repeating a Music Track or Entire Disc:
Select the desired track to repeat, then press
the REPEAT button twice “REPEAT” and
will
appear in the display. This track will play repeatedly.
Press the REPEAT button one more time
“REPEAT” and
will appear in the display.
The entire disc will now be repeated.
To cancel this feature press the REPEAT button
again and nothing will appear in the display. The
disc will stop playing when the end of the disc
is reached.
Preview Music Tracks:
Press the INTRO button to play the first
15 seconds of each track, “INTRO” will appear
in the display. Press it again to stop introduction
scan and listen to the track and “INTRO” will
disappear from the display.
Random Music Track Play Order:
Press the RANDM button and the tracks on the
disc will play in a random order, “RANDOM”
will appear in the display. To cancel this feature
press the RANDM button again and “RANDOM”
will disappear from the display.
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MODE
SETUP
VOL
VOL
Ejecting the Disc:
EJECT
POWER
ENTER
Music Disc Operation (Continued)
Elapse Times:
Continue to press the AS/PS button during
music disc play to display the following disc
information in this order:
Single Elapse, Single Remain, Total Elapse and
Total Remain.
MP3 Disc Operation
General Operations:
Gently insert the disc into the slot with the
label side up. The unit will automatically
load the disc.
Note: If a disc does not auto-load DO NOT
FORCE into the slot, as you may already
have a disc loaded.
Disc File Selection:
Label Side Up
File Number
Press the
button to select a lower file.
Press the
button to select a higher file.
The track number will appear in the display.
Files can also be selected by using the remote
control. Press the file selection number button
that corresponds to the file you want to play.
For example: If you want to play file 8, press
button 8. File 8 will start playing and “8” will
appear in the display.
If you want to play file 12, press button 10+,
followed immediately by button 2. File 12 will start
playing and “12” will appear in the display.
EQ
1
2
3
BAND
4
5
6
AS/PS
ELAPSE
7
8
9
AUDIO
SUB.TT
10/0
10+
Pausing the Disc:
Press the
button to pause the disc and
“PAUSE” will appear in the display. Press it
again to resume play and “PAUSE” will
disappear from the display.
Note: You can also press the
on the
remote control.
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MP3 Disc Operation (Continued)
Stopping the Disc:
Press the button to stop the disc. To resume
play, press the
button.
Pressing the button 2 times, then pressing the
button will play the disc from the beginning.
MENU
VOL
TONE
Press the
button to eject a disc.
Repeating a Music File or Entire Disc:
Select the desired file to repeat, then press the
REPEAT button “REPEAT” and
will appear in
the display. This track will play repeatedly.
Press the REPEAT button one more time
“REPEAT” and
will appear in the display. The
entire disc will now be repeated.
To cancel this feature press the REPEAT button
again and nothing will appear in the display. The
disc will stop playing when the end of the disc
is reached.
Random Music File Play Order:
Press the RANDM button and the files on the
disc will play in a random order, “RANDOM”
will appear in the display. To cancel this feature
press the RANDM button again and “RANDOM”
will disappear from the display.
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MODE
SETUP
VOL
VOL
Ejecting the Disc:
EJECT
POWER
ENTER
Movie Disc Operation
General Operations:
Label Side Up
Gently insert the disc into the slot with the label
side up. The unit will automatically load the disc.
“LOADING” will appear in the display and the
disc will automatically start playing.
Note: If a disc does not auto-load DO NOT
FORCE into the slot, as you may already have a
disc loaded.
Menu Function:
1. Press the MENU button during disc play and
the main menu will be displayed.
2. Scroll through the menu with the navigation
buttons ( , , , ) on the remote control.
3. Select a feature by pressing the ENTER button.
VOL
TONE
SETUP
VOL
VOL
ENTER
DISP
Pausing the Movie
Press the
button to pause the player,
“PAUSE” will appear in the display. Press it again
to resume play, and “PAUSE” will disappear from
the display.
Stopping a Movie:
Press the button to stop the movie. To resume
play, press the
button.
Pressing the button 2 times. Then pressing the
button and the movie will start playing from
the beginning.
Movie Chapter Selection:
EJECT
POWER
MENU
VOL
TONE
MODE
SETUP
VOL
VOL
ENTER
Chapter Number
Press the
button to select a lower chapter.
Press the
button to select a higher chapter.
The chapter number will appear in the display.
Chapter selection can also be selected by using
the remote control. Press the chapter selection
number button that corresponds to the chapter
you want to play.
For example: If you want to play chapter 8, press
button 8 button.
If you want to play chapter 28, press the 10+
button twice followed immediately by button 8.
Chapter 28 will start playing and “28” will appear
in the display.
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Movie Disc Operation (Continued)
Fast Forward / Backwards Movie Play:
Press the
(fast forward) or
(backwards)
button on the remote control during play.
Each time the button is pressed the speed of fast
forward/ backwards changes in the following order:
2X, 4X, 8X, 20X
To resume normal play, press the
(Play) button.
Slow Motion:
Continue to press the SLOW button to play the
movie is slow motion in the following order:
SF 1/2, SF 1/3, SF 1/4, SF 1/5, SF 1/6, SF 1/7,
SB 1/2, SB 1/3, SB 1/4, SB 1/5, SB 1/6, SB 1/7
To resume normal play, press the
(Play) button.
Zooming the Image:
To enlarge the on-screen image during disc play,
press the ZOOM button. Each time the button is
pressed, the magnification increment changes in
the following order:
2X, 3X, 4X, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4.
Use the navigation buttons to move the image on
the screen.
Repeat:
Continue to press the REPEAT button to select
a repeat mode in the following order:
Repeat Chapter, Repeat Title, Off.
Elapse Times:
Continue to press the AS/PS ELAPSE button during
movie play to display the following information in
this order for most discs:
Title Elapse, Title Remain, Chapter Elapse,
Chapter Remain and Display Off.
Subtitle Language Menu:
Press the SUB.TT button during playback.
Each time the button is pressed, the subtitle
language changes in sequential order.
• Some discs may only contain one
subtitle language.
• Depending on the disc, the number of subtitle
languages may be different.
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EJECT
POWER
MENU
VOL
TONE
MODE
SETUP
VOL
VOL
ENTER
DISP
VOL
VOL
ENTER
DISP
REPEAT
RANDOM
ZOOM
SLOW
EQ
1
2
3
BAND
4
5
6
VOL
VOL
ENTER
DISP
REPEAT
RANDOM
ZOOM
SLOW
EQ
1
2
3
BAND
4
5
6
REPEAT
RANDOM
ZOOM
SLOW
DISP
EQ
1
2
3
BAND
4
5
6
EQ
1
2
3
BAND
4
5
6
AS/PS
ELAPSE
7
8
9
AUDIO
SUB.TT
10/0
10+
EQ
1
2
3
BAND
4
5
6
AS/PS
ELAPSE
7
8
9
AUDIO
SUB.TT
10/0
10+
Movie Disc Operation (Continued)
Audio Language Menu:
Press the AUDIO button during playback to review
the current setting. Most movies have their own
audio setup. Go to the on-screen menu to select
appropriate audio/language setup.
AS/PS
ELAPSE
7
8
9
AUDIO
SUB.TT
10/0
10+
MENU
MODE
Setup Menu
Accessing the Movie Disc Setup Menu:
EJECT
POWER
Press the SETUP button on the remote control to
display the Setup Menu.
VOL
TONE
SETUP
VOL
System Setup
Page
Language Setup Audio Setup Video Setup
Page
Page
Page
Speaker Setup
Page
SYSTEM SETUP
TV SYSTEM
TV TYPE
PASSWORD
RATING
DEFAULT
System Setup Page:
Use the navigation buttons to scroll between the
menu items. Make a selection by pressing the
ENTER button.
• TV System: NTSC, PAL or Auto.
• TV Type: 4:3PS, 4:3LB or 16:9.
• Password: _ _ _ _
• Rating: 1 Kid Safe, 2 G, 3 PG, 4 PG13,
5 PG-R, 6 R, 7 NC-17, 8 Adult.
• Default: Restore
Language Setup Page:
Use the navigation buttons to scroll between the
menu items. Make a selection by pressing the
ENTER button. Language Setup Options:
• OSD Language: English or Spanish.
• Audio Lang: Chinese, English, Japan, French,
Spanish, Portuguese, Latin or German.
• Subtitle Lang: Chinese, English, Japan,
French, Spanish, Portuguese, German or Off.
• Menu Lang: Chinese, English, Japan, French,
Spanish, Portuguese, German or Latin.
Audio Setup Page:
Use the navigation buttons to scroll between the
menu items. Make a selection by pressing the
ENTER button. Audio Submenu Options:
• Audio Out: SPDIF/OFF, SPDIF/Raw or
SPDIF/PCM.
Video Setup Page:
Use the navigation buttons to scroll between the
menu items. Make a selection by pressing the
ENTER button. Video Submenu Options:
• Brightness: 12, 10, 8, 6, 4, 2 or 0.
• Contrast: 12, 10, 8, 6, 4, 2 or 0.
• Hue: +6, +4, +2, 0, -2, -4 or -6.
• Saturation: 12, 10, 8, 6, 4, 2 or 0.
• Sharpness: 8, 6, 4, 2 or 0.
Digital Setup Page:
Use the navigation buttons to scroll between the
menu items. Make a selection by pressing the
ENTER button. Digital Submenu Options:
• Dynamic Range: Full, 6/8, 4/8, 2/8 or Off.
• Dual Mono: Stereo, Mono L, Mono R or
Mix Mono.
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USB Input
Selecting USB Audio Play Source:
Press the USB/DISC button and “DISC” appears
in the display. Remove the cover from the USB
port. Insert the USB device and the files will
automatically start playing.
Note: You can insert the USB device in any
mode, the unit will automatically switch modes
and start playing the USB device.
Disc File Selection:
File Number
Press the
button to select a lower file.
Press the
button to select a higher file.
The file number will appear in the display.
File selection can also be selected by using the
remote control. Press the file selection number
button that corresponds to the file you want to
play then press the ENTER button.
For example: If you want to play file 8, press
button 8, then the ENTER button.
If you want to play file 28, press 10+, then press
button 2, followed immediately by button 8 and
finally press the ENTER button. File 28 will start
playing and “28” will appear in the display.
EQ
1
2
3
BAND
4
5
6
AS/PS
ELAPSE
7
8
9
AUDIO
SUB.TT
10/0
10+
MENU
MODE
Pausing the Audio:
Press the
button to pause the player,
“PAUSE” will appear in the display. Press it again
to resume play, and “PAUSE” will disappear from
the display.
Stopping the Audio:
Press the button to stop play. To resume play,
press the
button and play will begin from
the first file.
EJECT
POWER
VOL
TONE
SETUP
VOL
VOL
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ENTER
Bluetooth Operation
Pairing Bluetooth Devices:
1. Press the BT button. “BT A2DP” appears in
the display.
2. Open the mobile device’s setup menu.
3. Open the Bluetooth settings program on the
mobile device and activate the Bluetooth feature.
4. From your mobile device scan for available devices.
5. Select ”WALL MOUNT RECEIVER” to connect to
the unit. The “•” indicator next to the
will flash
quickly during pairing.
Note: If the mobile device requires a password
enter “0000” as the password.
6. When mobile device has been paired the “•” will
be illuminted continuously. When the unit starts
streaming music the “•” indicator next to the
will flashes every 5 seconds.
Note 1: If the mobile device has been previously
paired with the entertainment center, the unit will
connect automatically to the Bluetooth mobile device
when the unit is turned on.
Note 2: If the Bluetooth mobile device is already
paired with the entertainment center, select “WALL
MOUNT RECEIVER” on your phone and touch
“Connect”.
Note 3: To select the Bluetooth mode using the remote
control, press the MODE button until “BT A2DP”
appears in the display.
Bluetooth
Indicator
Bluetooth Indicator “•” next to
logo
• is off = RV5090 is not in Bluetooth mode.
• is flashing quickly = RV5090 is trying
to pair with the device.
• is on solid = RV5090 is paired with the
device but music is not streaming.
• flahes every 5 seconds = RV5090 is
streaming music.
Bluetooth Operation:
Play/Pause Button: Press the
button to pause the
Bluetooth playback. Press again to resume playback.
Note: The RV5090 display will not show the playback
is pause. The mobile device will show that the
playback is paused.
Changing the Track:
Press the
button to select a higher track.
Press the
button to select a lower track.
Sound Controls: Use the sound controls on the
RV5090 to adjust the volume and sound quality.
Note: For optimum sound quality make sure the
media volume on the device is set at 75% or greater.
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AUX Audio Input
Selecting the Audio Source:
Note: The RV5090 does not control the device, it
just allows the audio/video to be played through
the system.
Front Audio Input:
Insert the 3.5mm jack from the audio device
into the AUX input socket on the front of the
housing. Press the AUX button until “AUX”
appears in the display. Refer to the audio
device’s owner’s manual for proper operation.
Rear Audio Input:
To select the rear Audio play source, press
the AUX button until “AUX R” appears in the
display. Refer to the audio device’s owners
manual for proper operation.
Note: The volume setting of the connected audio
device has an effect on the overall loudness of
the RV5090.
Headphone Output
Plugging in Headphone:
Insert a 3.5mm headphone jack into the
Headphone Output socket. Use the Volume knob
on the headphone to adjust the audio level.
Note: To make it so the sound only can be heard
through the headphones press the A, B, C buttons
once to deselected speaker sets A, B and C. The
LED indicators for each speaker set will be off.
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UNEM
Reset Button
The LCD display may fail to function normally due
to the vehicle’s battery condition, and could require
resetting the radio microprocessor if:
• The vehicle has been “jump started” from a
dead battery condition.
• The vehicle battery becomes very low and is
quick-charged.
• The vehicle battery is removed and replaced.
Should any of these conditions occur, simply press
and release the RESET button on the radio front
panel using the tip of a ball point pen. This will reset
the radio microprocessor to the original factory
settings. After pressing the RESET button you
should recheck to see if the radio functions normally.
Reset Button
Additional Feature
Area Radio Frequency Adjustment:
Note: If operating the unit in the USA, do not
change the area.
To Change the Area:
1. Press the AM/FM button and “RADIO” appears
in the display.
2. Press and hold the VOL/TONE knob until
“SETUP” appears in the display.
3. Press the
button and “US” or “OCEAN”
will be displayed.
4. Press the
or
button to change the
setting to US or OCEAN.
5. Press the
button to save the setting.
The unit will clear all the station settings.
After waiting a few seconds the unit
exit programming.
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Installation
9 3/8”
Wall
Panel
61/4”
Chassis Opening
Structural Stud
Caution: Remove these 2 screws
from the top of the radio before
using or you will damage the unit.
Caution: Do not install radio without rear cover installed:
No user-serviceable parts inside. Rear cover provides
protection against potential fire hazard.
Trim Ring
45/8”
9 3/4”
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Speaker Connections
Left
Speaker A
Right
Speaker A
_ Brown/Black Wire
+
Brown Wire
Gray/Black Wire
_
Gray Wire
+
Left
Speaker B
Right
Speaker B
_ Green/Black Wire
+
Green Wire
Blue/Black Wire
_
Blue Wire
+
Right
Speaker C
Left
Speaker C
+
White Wire
Purple Wire
+
_
White/Black Wire
Purple/Black Wire
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_
Wiring and Auxiliary Connections
External Automotive
Red Wire (+) to 12 Volt DC Power
Black Wire Ground
R
Type Antenna
(Optional)
L
AUX IN
VIDEO OUT
15A Fuse
AUX Audio Input Connection Options
R
L
AUX IN
R
VIDEO OUT
R
L
AUX IN
VIDEO OUT
Video Out Connection Options
L
AUX IN
R
VIDEO OUT
L
AUX IN
VIDEO OUT
TV COMPOSITE IN
R
L
AUDIO
VIDEO IN
R
R
L
L
TV AUX OUT
TV HEADPHONE OUT
DIGITAL TO ANALOG
CONVERTER
AUX IN
VIDEO OUT
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
IN
IN
OR
TV COMPONENT IN
TV OPTICAL TV COAXIAL
OUT
OUT
R
L
AUDIO
Connector cables and digital to analog converter not supplied.
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PR
PB
Y
VIDEO IN
Safety Instructions
• Read Instructions: All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the appliance is operated.
• Retain Instructions: The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference.
• Heed Warnings: All warnings on the appliance and in the operating instructions should be adhered to.
• Follow Instructions: All operating and use instructions should be followed.
• Water and Moisture: The appliance should not be used near water. For example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool, etc.
• Wall or Cabinet Mounting: The appliance should be mounted to a wall or cabinet only recommended by
the manufacturer.
• Heat: The appliance should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers,
stoves, or other appliances (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
• Power Supply: The appliance should be connected to a power supply only of the type described in the
operating instructions or as marked on the appliance.
• Power Lines: An outdoor antenna should be located away from power lines.
• Object and Liquid Entry: Care should be taken so that objects do not fall, and liquids are not spilled into
the enclosure through openings.
Outdoor Antenna Grounding:
If an outside antenna is connected to the receiver, be sure the antenna system is grounded, so as to
provide some protection against voltage surges and built up static charges. Section 810 of the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPS­No. 70-1983, provides information with respect to proper grounding of
the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of
grounding conductors, location of antenna-discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and
requirements for the grounding electrode. See illustration below.
Antenna Lead-In
Wire (B)
Mast
Ground Wire
(A,B )
2.44 Meters
Ground
Clamp
Example of Antenna Grounding as per
National Electrical Code. Instructions
Contained in Article 810-"Radio and
Television Equipment"
Antenna Discharge Unit (C)
Grounding
Clamps
To Receiver
Grounding Electrode
Driven 8’ Into the Earth
A. Use No. 10 AWG (5.3mm2) copper, No. 8 AWG (8.4mm2) aluminum, No. 17 AWG (1.0mm2) copper clad steel or
bronze wire, or larger as ground wire.
B. Secure antenna lead-in and ground wires to house with stand-off insulators spaced from 4 feet (1.22m) to 6 feet
(1.83m) apart.
C. Mount antenna discharge unit as close as possible to where lead-in enters house.
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Warranty
ONE (1) YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Magnadyne Corporation or its authorized agents will within one year from the date of sale
to you, repair, replace or refund the retail sales price of said product or any part thereof, at
the option of the Magnadyne Corporation or its authorized agents, if said product or part
is found defective in materials or workmanship, when properly connected and operating
on the correct power requirements designated for the specific product. This warranty and
Magnadyne Corporation or its authorized agent’s obligations hereunder do not apply where
the product was; damaged while in the possession of the consumer, subjected to unreasonable or unintended use, not reasonably maintained, utilized in commercial or industrial
operations, or serviced by anyone other than Magnadyne Corporation or its authorized
agents, or where the warning seal on the product is broken or the power and/or plugs
are detached from the unit. Magnadyne Corporation or any of its authorized agents will
not assume any labor costs for the removal and reinstallation of any product found to be
defective, or the cost of transportation to Magnadyne Corporation or its authorized agents.
Such cost are the sole responsibility of the purchaser.
This warranty does not cover the cabinet appearance items or accessories used in
connection with this product, or any damage to recording or recording tape, or any
damage to the products resulting from improper installation, alteration, accident,
misuse, abuse or acts of nature.
MAGNADYNE CORPORATION OR ITS AUTHORIZED AGENTS SHALL NOT BE LIABLE TO
ANYONE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES OR CLAIMS EXCEPT THOSE
ACCORDED BY LAW. NO EXPRESSED WARRANTY OR IMPLIED WARRANTY IS GIVEN
EXCEPT THOSE SET FORTH HEREIN. NO IMPLIED WARRANTY SHALL EXTEND BEYOND
ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE OF SALE.
This warranty extends only to the original purchaser of the product and is not
transferable. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty
lasts, and some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusion may not apply to you. This
warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights that vary from
state to state.
“NOTE: The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused
by unauthorized modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could void the
User’s authority to operate the equipment.”
Defective merchandise should be returned to the original point of purchase or
secondly, to Magnadyne Corporation, 1111 W. Victoria Street, Compton CA 90220.
Return Authorization must be obtained before sending, or merchandise may be refused.
© Copyright 2015
Magnadyne Corporation
RV5090-UM
Rev. C 3-05-15