INSTALLATION NOTES
AM/FM/USB CD/MP3 PLAYER WITH BLUETOOTH
1. Please read these installation and operation instructions
before installation.
2. Make sure to connect all other wires before power connection.
3. To avoid a short, please make sure all connection wires are crimped
or insulated.
4. Secure fix all wires after installation.
5. Please wire the unit according to this instruction manual. Wrong
connections may cause damage.
6. This unit is suitable for 12V DC operation only.
INSTALLATION
Insert the mounting sleeve to the RV and bend the tabs outward for a
tight fit.
- Pre-wire the two connectors to the RV’s electrical system.
- Connect the two connectors and antenna cable, plus rear RV input
lead if used and slide the unit in to the cradle until it locks in place.
- The unit can be further supported at the rear if required using the
supplied mounting strap.
Part Number: 044377
Please read this manual carefully before installing & operating the unit.
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REMOVAL OF THE UNIT
LOCATION OF CONTROLS
1.Insert the keys supplied on the both sides of the unit (shown as
illustrated) until they click. Pull the keys to remove the unit from the RV.
CONNECTION
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
(power)/MUTE button.
SELECT/VOL button.
CD SLOT.
LCD DISPLAY.
SOURCE button.
DISP (display) button.
(back) button.
(forward) button
EJECT button.
AUX IN jack
11. USB port
12. BAND/QT button
13. 6/DIR+ button.
14. 5/DIR- button.
15. 4/RDM button.
16. 3/RPT (repeat) button.
17. 2/INT button.
18.
(play/pa) button.
19. RESET button.
20. IR Sensor.
19. RESET button.
1. This player can only be used by the 12V DC systems.
2. Please make sure to connect the yellow wire to positive battery(+) if you want to maintain the clock time.
3. If changing the fuse, please make sure you use a fuse of the same value
4. Using quality RV Media speakers will ensure you get the optimum sound quality from the system.
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GENERAL OPERATION
Turn the unit on/off
Press button (1) to turn on the unit. Press and hold this button to turn
the unit off.
SETTING THE CLOCK
Press and hold the DISP button (6) for 3 seconds to set the hour. The
hour display will start flashing. Press
or
to adjust the hour.
Press the DISP button briefly to adjust the minutes. The minutes’ display
or
buttons to adjust the minutes.
will start flashing. Use
When completed, press the DISP button briefly to complete the clock
adjustment.
MUTE
Press the /MUTE button (1) to mute the audio output. Press it again to
restore audio output.
Source selection*
Press the SOURCE (5) button to select the desired source:
Radio →BLUETOOTH→ CD→ USB →AUX IN→TV IN.
*Note. The Bluetooth, CD & USB sources will only be displayed as
options if there is a Bluetooth connection or a CD or USB is inserted.
Sound Settings
Press the Select button (2) to select the desired sound & tuner settings
in the following order:
BAS (Bass) -> TRE (Treble) -> BAL (Balance) -> FAD (Fader)-> BEEP
(on/off)-> EQ (EQ Off* – Flat – Classical – Pop - Rock) ->
XBASS(on/off)-> LOC(on/off)-> STEREO (Stereo/Mono) -> AREA
(AUS/LAT/EUR)->VOL.
Rotate the Volume control clockwise or anti-clockwise to adjust these
settings. *Note. Bass and Treble can only be adjusted when the EQ
is set to “EQ OFF”
Auxiliary Input (3.5mm Front / RCA TV In Rear)
The unit can be connected to a portable audio player through the front
3.5mm AUX IN jack (10) in AUX IN mode or rear RCA line in TV IN
mode. Press the Source button to select the desired mode.
RADIO OPERATION
Band selection
In radio mode, press the BAND button (12) to select the desired band:
FM1-> FM2 -> FM3-> AM1-> AM2.
Station search
Manual Tuning
or
Press and hold buttons
a desired station frequency.
(8/7) to manually tune up/down to
Automatic Tuning
/
buttons (8/7) to auto seek up/down to the next station.
Press
Preset Scan and Auto Store stations
QT – Quick Tune (great when you are travelling to new towns)
In radio mode, press and hold the QT (12) button for 2 seconds to auto
store the strongest local stations.
After the stations are scanned, the unit will scan through the stations for
about 5 seconds each. Press the preset number at any time to stop on a
desired station.
*Note. QT stations are stored in the FM3 band. This is done so you
can store your home town stations in FM1 or FM2 and use FM3
while travelling.
-Manually store station & recall preset station 1- 6 (3/13/14/6/11/10)
or
(7/8) buttons.
1. Tune to a station with
2. Press and hold one of the 1- 6 preset buttons for 2 seconds until LCD
shows the corresponding number, indicating the station has been stored
in this number.
3. Press 1- 6 preset buttons to listen to stored stations.
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RDS (Radio Data System) Operation
CD/MP3/WMA operation
RDS is a data system transmitted over the FM frequency and provides
extra features like the station title display.
Insert the CD with it’s label facing upwards. The CD can be a standard
Audio CD or it can contain MP3/WMA files.
Setting RDS modes
Press and hold Select button (2) for 2 seconds into the RDS menu:
AF(on/off)->TA(on/off)->PTY SEL(on/off) ->TA VOL->REG(on/off)
After selecting the desired mode, rotating volume button (2) to adjust.
SELECTING TRACKS/FILES
(7) or
button (8) to move to the previous/following track.
Press
(7) or
button (8) to rewind or fast forward.
Hold
Alternative Frequency (AF)
On this unit, the AF function can set the clock via the RDS data when in
FM mode. To do this, select ON. If the radio station supports it, this
function can also change to a stronger version of a station if available
(eg ABC). This feature is only useful while listening in moving vehicles.
PAUSING PLAY
Press
button (18) to pause CD player or USB file. Press it again to
resume play.
PREVIEWING ALL TRACK/FILES
Press INT button (17) to switch on/off INTRO function. This will play a
preview of the songs on the CD or USB folder.
Traffic Announcement (TA)
This function is not used in Australia or New Zealand so it’s default
setting is off.
REPEATING THE SAME TRACK/FILE
Press RPT button (16) to repeat the same track/file. Press it again to
repeat all tracks/files.
Program type selection (PTY)
This function is not used in Australia or New Zealand so it’s default
setting is off.
RANDOM PLAYBACK
Press RDM button (17) to switch on/off the random function.
TA VOL
This function is not used in Australia or New Zealand so it’s default
setting is off.
REG (Region) ON / OFF
This function is not used in Australia or New Zealand so it’s default
setting is off.
EJECTING A DISC
button (9) to stop disc playing and eject the disc from the disc
Press
slot (5).
SELECT DIRECTORY UP/DOWN
Press DIR-button (14) or DIR+ button (13) to select previous/next
directory.
SKIP -10/+10 SONGS
When playing MP3/WMA files, press and hold DIR- / DIR+ button (14/13)
for 2 seconds to -10/+10 advance or go back 10 songs.
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FILE SEARCH
When playing MP3/WMA files, press the BAND button to search.
There are two ways to files:
1) Searching by folder (press Band button once).
(7) or
buttons to scroll through the folders. The folder
Press the
name will be display on the LCD screen. Once you find your desired
folder, press the select/volume knob. The number of tracks in the folder
button screoll through the songs
will then be shown. Then press the
in the folder (usually you just select the first song in the folder). Then
press the select/volume knob to start playing the songs in that folder.
2) Searching by the file number.
You can directly enter a song number if you know it. Use the numeric
keys in the unit to enter the song number. For numbers above 6 & 0,
please use the following buttong:
0: Disp
7: SOURCE
8:
9:
USB operation
Connect a USB drive to the USB port (11), the unit will switch to USB
mode automatically. If a USB has already been inserted, press the
Source button (5) to switch to USB mode.
When playing the MP3/WMA files in the unit, the operation is the same
with the CD/MP3/WMA operations described above.
Note
*There are many USB devices on the market. We cannot guarantee
support all available models. Please try another USB device if yours is
not supported.
BLUETOOTH OPERATION
As this unit has been specifically designed for the RV market, it features
A2DP Bluetooth Audio Streaming however it does not include a Car Kit.
PAIRING
1) On your mobile device or Tablet, select the Bluetooth. (Please refer to
the instruction manual of your device on how to operate Bluetooth if
unsure.)
2) “RV MEDIA CD” should appear in the Bluetooth list on your device.
Please select “RV MEDIA CD” and then input password “0000”, if a
password is required.
3) When successfully paired “LINKED” will scroll on the LCD screen and
a Bluetooth icon will be displayed on LCD while the device is connected.
Bluetooth audio (A2DP function)
Press Sourec button (5) switch to BT mode. Select a Bluetooth source
on your device (eg music, podcast, streaming radio etc) and play.
button on the front panel of the unit to pause/play the song.
Press the
button (8) or
button (7) to select next/previous tracks.
Press the
If you change source on the unit, or turn it off, it will resume where the
track left off when you select Bluetooth as a source again on the unit.
REMOTE CONTROL
This unit is supplied with an IR remote
control which will allow you to adjust the
most common functions of the unit.
Please snsure you point the remote
towards the face of the unit at an angle
no greater tha 60 degrees.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Power Supply Requirement:
Chassis Dimensions:
Maximum Output Power:
Current Drain:
DC 12 Volts, Negative Ground
178 (W) x 160 (D) x 50 (H)
50W x 4
Nominal operation, 1.5A
FM radio
Tuning Range:
87.5-108 (MHz)
IF Range:
10.7 MHz
Sensitivity (S/N=30dB) : 4μV
Stereo Separation:
>25Db
AM radio
Frequency Coverage
IF Range
Sensitivity (S/N=20dB)
1.Volume is in minimum
1.Adjust volume to a desired level.
2.Mute may be
activated.
2.Press the Select/Volume knob to
disable Mute.
3.Speaker(s) not
working/faulty
3.Check Speaker connections
Check that speakers are working
(eg quickly touch speaker wire
pairs with a 9V battery so you hear
a “crackle” through the speaker.
CD Skips
The disc is extremely
dirty or worn.
Clean the compact disc, with a
dedicated CD cleaner.
Operation
keys do not
work.
The built-in
microprocessor has
“hung”.
Press the RESET button on the
front panel to Reset the unit.
No Radio
stations
found.
QT does not
find any
stations.
The antenna cable is
not connected.
Insert the antenna cable firmly.
The radio signal may
be too weak.
Select a station manually.
520 to 1710kHz
450 kHz
36 dBuV
Resetting the unit
If the unit is not functioning properly, press the RESET button (19) with a
pointed object to reset the unit. This will restore the unit to its factory
settings. Note: After you reset the unit, memory settings will be lost.
Before going through the checklist, check the wiring connections. If any
of the problems persist after you have worked through the checklist,
please contact Camec or your Camec dealer.
No power.
1.Remove the disc in the player,
then insert the new one.
2. Insert the compact disc with the
label facing upward.
3. Clean the disc or try to play a
new one.
4. Ensure the disc has been
closed properly after burning.
5. Turn the player off for an hour
then resume playing.
No sound.
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
Symptom
1. A CD may already
be in the player.
2. Disc inserted
upside down.
3. Compact disc is
extremely dirty or
detective disc.
4. Burnt or copied
CD.
5. Condensation.
Disc cannot
be loaded or
ejected.
Possible Cause
1. 12V not supplied to
the unit
2. The fuse is blown.
Solution
1. Check that +12V is being
supplied to both red &
yellow power wires.
2. Check & replace the fuse in
necessary.
As we continually strive to improve our RV Media products, features and
specifications may change without notice. Please visit www.camec.com
or www.camec.co.nz for full warranty Terms & Conditions
© 2018 Camec Pty Ltd. Version 1.1
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