4-577-101-12(1)
Digital Media
Player
Owner’s Record
The model and serial numbers are located on the bottom of the unit.
Record the serial number in the space provided below.
Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Sony dealer
regarding this product.
Model No. RSX-GS9
Serial No.
For the connection/installation, see page 27.
Pour le raccordement/l’installation, reportez-vous à la page 30.
RSX-GS9
Operating Instructions
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Mode d’emploi
FR
For safety, be sure to install this unit in the
dashboard of the car as the top of the unit
becomes hot during use.
For details, see “Connection/Installation”
(page 27).
The nameplate indicating operating voltage, etc., is
located on the bottom of the chassis.
Warning
FOR THE CUSTOMERS IN THE USA. NOT
APPLICABLE IN CANADA, INCLUDING IN THE
PROVINCE OF QUEBEC.
POUR LES CLIENTS AUX ÉTATS-UNIS. NON
APPLICABLE AU CANADA, Y COMPRIS LA
PROVINCE DE QUÉBEC.
This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following
measures:
 Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
 Increase the separation between the
equipment and receiver.
 Connect the equipment into an outlet on a
circuit different from that to which the receiver
is connected.
 Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
You are cautioned that any changes or
modifications not expressly approved in this
manual could void your authority to operate this
equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules
and Industry Canada’s licence-exempt RSSs.
Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
(1) This device may not cause interference; and
(2) This device must accept any interference,
including interference that may cause undesired
operation of the device.
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This transmitter must not be co-located or operated
in conjunction with any other antenna or
transmitter.
This equipment complies with FCC/IC radiation
exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled
environment and meets the FCC radio frequency
(RF) Exposure Guidelines and RSS-102 of the IC
radio frequency (RF) Exposure rules. This
equipment has very low levels of RF energy that is
deemed to comply without maximum permissive
exposure evaluation (MPE). But it is desirable that it
should be installed and operated keeping the
radiator at least 20 cm or more away from person’s
body.
For the State of California, USA only
Perchlorate Material – special handling may apply,
See
www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate
Note on the lithium battery
Do not expose the battery to excessive heat such as
direct sunlight, fire or the like.
Disclaimer regarding services offered by
third parties
Services offered by third parties may be changed,
suspended, or terminated without prior notice.
Sony does not bear any responsibility in these sorts
of situations.
Important notice
Caution
IN NO EVENT SHALL SONY BE LIABLE FOR ANY
INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES OR OTHER DAMAGES INCLUDING,
WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOSS OF PROFITS, LOSS OF
REVENUE, LOSS OF DATA, LOSS OF USE OF THE
PRODUCT OR ANY ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT,
DOWNTIME, AND PURCHASER’S TIME RELATED TO
OR ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT, ITS
HARDWARE AND/OR ITS SOFTWARE.
Dear customer, this product includes a radio
transmitter.
Please check your vehicle operation manual or
contact the manufacturer of your vehicle or your
vehicle dealer, before you install this product into
your vehicle.
Emergency calls
This BLUETOOTH car handsfree and the electronic
device connected to the handsfree operate using
radio signals, cellular, and landline networks as well
as user-programmed function, which cannot
guarantee connection under all conditions.
Therefore do not rely solely upon any electronic
device for essential communications (such as
medical emergencies).
On BLUETOOTH communication
 Microwaves emitting from a BLUETOOTH device
may affect the operation of electronic medical
devices. Turn off this unit and other BLUETOOTH
devices in the following locations, as it may cause
an accident.
 where inflammable gas is present, in a hospital,
train, airplane, or petrol station
 near automatic doors or a fire alarm
 This unit supports security capabilities that
comply with the BLUETOOTH standard to provide
a secure connection when the BLUETOOTH
wireless technology is used, but security may not
be enough depending on the setting. Be careful
when communicating using BLUETOOTH wireless
technology.
 We do not take any responsibility for the leakage
of information during BLUETOOTH
communication.
If you have any questions or problems concerning
your unit that are not covered in this manual,
consult your nearest Sony dealer.
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Connection/Installation
Table of Contents
Warning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Guide to Parts and Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Guide to Audio Device Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Getting Started
Resetting the Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Setting the Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Preparing a BLUETOOTH Device. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Connecting a USB Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Connecting a High-Resolution USB Audio
Supported Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Connecting Other Portable Audio Device . . . . . . . 11
Listening to the Radio
Listening to the Radio. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Playback
Playing a USB Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Playing a High-Resolution USB Audio Supported
Device. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Playing a BLUETOOTH Device. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Searching and Playing Tracks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12
13
13
14
Handsfree Calling (via BLUETOOTH
only)
Receiving a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Making a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Available Operations during Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Useful Functions
SongPal with iPhone/Android smartphone . . . . . 15
Settings
Basic Setting Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Setup (General) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sound Setup (Sound) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BLUETOOTH Setup (BT Setting) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
16
16
17
18
Additional Information
Updating the Firmware. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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20
21
21
23
Cautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parts List for Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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For details on the software used by this unit, see
“Important information on software” on the
pages at the end of these operating instructions.
Guide to Parts and Controls
Main unit
 In this manual, procedures are explained
mainly for the remote commander unless
otherwise specified.
 Available buttons light up depending on the
selected source.
 Receptor for the remote commander
 Display window
 Volume dial
Rotate to adjust the volume.
N-Mark
Touch with an NFC compatible smartphone to
make a Bluetooth® connection.
 SRC (source)
Turn on the power.
Change the source.
OFF
Press and hold for 1 second to turn the source
off and display the clock.
Press and hold for more than 2 seconds to turn
off the power and the display.
If the unit is turned off and the display
disappears, operation by the remote
commander is not available.
 / (prev/next)
USB1/USB2: Skip tracks.
Tuner: Receive stored radio stations.
/  (album –/+)
USB1/USB2: Press and hold to skip albums.
Tuner: Press and hold to tune in radio station
automatically.
  (play/pause)
USB1/USB2: Start/pause playback. While
playback is paused, the illumination of the unit
flashes.
Tuner: Change the band.
PAIRING (page 10)
Press and hold for 2 seconds to enter the
BLUETOOTH pairing standby mode.
 BLUETOOTH indicator
 Reset button (page 9)
 AUX input jack
 USB micro-B port (for USB-DAC)
 USB type-A port (for USB1)
Charging the connected device (USB Highcharge) is also supported.
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RM-X261 Remote commander
 ///
Select a setup item, etc.
ENTER
Enter the selected item.
/ (prev/next)
USB1/USB2: Skip tracks.
Tuner: Tune in the radio station automatically.
Press and hold to tune manually.
+/– (album +/–)
USB1/USB2: Skip albums.
Tuner: Receive stored radio stations.
 Number buttons (1 to 6)
Receive stored radio stations.
Press and hold to store stations.
PAUSE
Remove the insulation film before use.
The VOL (volume) + button has a tactile dot.

(back)
Return to the previous display.
 REP (repeat)
 SHUF (shuffle)
 ATT (attenuate)
Attenuate the sound. Press again to cancel the
attenuation.
 MODE (page 12)
 SOUND*1*2
Open the sound menu directly.
MENU*1
Press and hold to open the setup menu.
*1 Not available when the BT phone is selected.
*2 Not available while the optical output is enabled,
or the source is off and the clock is displayed.
 DSPL (display)
Change display items.
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Guide to Audio Device Connection
Audio device*1 (e.g.,
WALKMAN®, digital media
player, smartphone)
Smartphone*2, iPod/iPhone*3,
WALKMAN®, USB storage
device
*2*3
*1
*4
*5
*5
*7*8
*1 Audio device with a stereo mini jack. When
connecting, a stereo mini plug (not supplied) is
required. Do not use any type of plug that interferes
with the instrument panel of the car.
*2 Only a smartphone in MSC mode is available. When
connecting a smartphone, an appropriate USB cable
(not supplied) is required.
*3 When connecting an iPod/iPhone, a USB connection
cable for iPod/iPhone (not supplied) is required.
*4 Use the USB extension cable (supplied).
*5 Use an appropriate USB cable (USB-A plug to USB
micro B plug) (not supplied).
*6 To play High-Resolution Audio files, using the audio
playback software “Hi-Res Audio Player” or “Media
Go” is recommended.
When using “Hi-Res Audio Player”:
For Windows, installing the dedicated driver to your
computer is required. For Mac OS, no driver is
required.
When using “Media Go”:
For Windows, installing the dedicated driver to your
computer is required. For Mac OS, “Media Go” is not
supported.
For further details, visit the support site on the back
cover.
*7 When connecting an Android smartphone, a USB
OTG cable (not supplied) is required. Depending on
the smartphone, downloading the dedicated app for
playing High-Resolution Audio files is required.
*8 When connecting an iPhone/iPod, an exclusive cable
(not supplied) is required. This cable may not be
available in your country or region.
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
Computer*6 (e.g., with
Windows, with Mac OS)
Smartphone*7 (e.g., Android
smartphone, iPhone*8)
For your safety
To prevent a traffic accident, make sure that the
connected cables do not interfere with the air-bag
system or driving operation.
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Playable High-Resolution Audio file formats
Playable file formats, sampling frequencies and bit depths differ depending on whether the USB type-A port
or the USB micro-B port is used.
USB-DAC (USB micro-B port)
DSD
ASIO Native: 2.8 MHz/1 bit,
5.6 MHz/1 bit
DoP: 2.8 MHz/1 bit, 5.6 MHz/
1 bit
PCM
Max. 192 kHz/24 bit
USB1 (USB type-A port, Front)
–
–
USB2 (USB type-A port, Rear)
–
–
DSF
–
2.8 MHz/1 bit (PCM convert)
2.8 MHz/1 bit (PCM convert)
DSDIFF
–
2.8 MHz/1 bit (PCM convert)
2.8 MHz/1 bit (PCM convert)
WAV
–
192/176.4/96/88.2/48/44.1 kHz
(24 bit),
192/176.4/96/88.2 kHz (16 bit)
192/176.4/96/88.2/48/44.1 kHz
(24 bit),
192/176.4/96/88.2 kHz (16 bit)
AIFF
–
192/176.4/96/88.2/48/44.1 kHz
(24 bit),
192/176.4/96/88.2 kHz (16 bit)
192/176.4/96/88.2/48/44.1 kHz
(24 bit),
192/176.4/96/88.2 kHz (16 bit)
FLAC
–
192/176.4/96/88.2/48/44.1 kHz
(24 bit),
192/176.4/96/88.2 kHz (16 bit)
192/176.4/96/88.2/48/44.1 kHz
(24 bit),
192/176.4/96/88.2 kHz (16 bit)
ALAC
–
192/176.4/96/88.2/48/44.1 kHz
(24 bit),
192/176.4/96/88.2 kHz (16 bit)
192/176.4/96/88.2/48/44.1 kHz
(24 bit),
192/176.4/96/88.2 kHz (16 bit)
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Getting Started
Resetting the Unit
Before operating the unit for the first time, after
replacing the car battery, or changing the
connections, you must reset the unit.
Note
Pressing the reset button will erase the clock setting
and some stored contents.
Connecting with a Smartphone by One
touch (NFC)
By touching the N-Mark on the unit with an NFC*
compatible smartphone, the unit is paired and
connected with the smartphone automatically.
* NFC (Near Field Communication) is a technology
enabling short-range wireless communication
between various devices, such as mobile phones and
IC tags. Thanks to the NFC function, data
communication can be achieved easily just by
touching the relevant symbol or designated location
on NFC compatible devices.
For a smartphone with Android™ OS 4.0 or lower
installed, downloading the app “NFC Easy Connect”
available at Google Play™ is required. The app may
not be downloadable in some countries/regions.
1
Setting the Clock
Use the remote commander to perform the
following.
1
Press and hold MENU, press  or  to
select [General], then press ENTER.
2
Press  or  to select [Clock Adjust],
then press ENTER.
Activate the NFC function on the
smartphone.
For details, refer to the operating instructions
supplied with the smartphone.
2
Touch the N-Mark part of the unit with
the N-Mark part of the smartphone.
The hour indication flashes.
3
Press  or  to set the hour and minute.
To move the digital indication, press  or .
4
After setting the minute, press ENTER.
The setup is complete and the clock starts.
To display the clock
Press DSPL.
Preparing a BLUETOOTH Device
You can enjoy music, or perform handsfree calling
depending on the BLUETOOTH compatible device
such as a smartphone, cellular phone and audio
device (hereafter “BLUETOOTH device” if not
otherwise specified). For details on connecting,
refer to the operating instructions supplied with the
device.
There are two ways for connecting the BLUETOOTH
device:
 One-touch connection for the NFC compatible
BLUETOOTH device.
 Manual connection.
Before connecting the device, turn down the
volume of this unit; otherwise, loud sound may
result.
Make sure the BLUETOOTH indicator on the unit
lights up.
To disconnect by One touch
Touch the N-Mark part of the unit with the N-Mark
part of the smartphone again.
Notes
 When making the connection, handle the
smartphone carefully to prevent scratches.
 One touch connection is not possible when the unit is
already connected to another NFC compatible device.
In this case, disconnect the other device, and make
connection with the smartphone again.
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Pairing and connecting with a
BLUETOOTH device
When connecting a BLUETOOTH device for the first
time, mutual registration (called “pairing”) is
required. Pairing enables this unit and other devices
to recognize each other.
Note
While connecting to a BLUETOOTH device, this unit
cannot be detected from another device. To enable
detection, enter the pairing mode and search for this
unit from another device.
To start playback
For details, see “Playing a BLUETOOTH Device”
(page 13).
To cancel pairing
Perform step 2 to cancel the pairing mode after this
unit and the BLUETOOTH device are paired.
1
Place the BLUETOOTH device within 1 m
(3 ft) of this unit.
2
Press and hold  on the unit for more
than 2 seconds.
Alternatively, press and hold MENU on the
remote commander, select [BT Setting] 
[Pairing], then press ENTER.
The BLUETOOTH indicator on the unit flashes
(while the unit is in pairing standby mode).
3
4
Perform pairing on the BLUETOOTH
device so it detects this unit.
Connecting with a paired BLUETOOTH
device
To use a paired device, connection with this unit is
required. Some paired devices will connect
automatically.
1
Select [RSX-GS9] shown in the display of
the BLUETOOTH device.
Make sure the BLUETOOTH indicator on the unit
lights up.
If your model name does not appear, repeat
from step 2.
5
Press and hold MENU on the remote
commander, select [BT Setting]  [BT
Signal], then press ENTER.
2
Activate the BLUETOOTH function on the
BLUETOOTH device.
3
Operate the BLUETOOTH device to
connect to this unit.
To connect the last-connected device from
this unit
If passkey* input is required on the
BLUETOOTH device, input [0000].
* Passkey may be called “Passcode,” “PIN code,”
“PIN number” or “Password,” etc., depending on
the device.
Activate the BLUETOOTH function on the
BLUETOOTH device.
Press SOURCE (SRC), then select [BT Phone]* or [BT
Audio].
Press ENTER to connect with the cellular phone, or
PAUSE to connect with the audio device.
* Available only when the “SongPal” connection is
established.
Input passkey
[0000]
When paired, the BLUETOOTH indicator on the
unit stays lit.
6
Select this unit on the BLUETOOTH device
to establish the BLUETOOTH connection.
Note
While streaming BLUETOOTH audio, you cannot
connect from this unit to the cellular phone. Connect
from the cellular phone to this unit instead.
Tip
With BLUETOOTH signal on: when the ignition is turned
to on, this unit reconnects automatically to the lastconnected cellular phone.
To install the microphone
For details, see “Installing the microphone”
(page 30).
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Connecting a USB Device
1
2
Turn down the volume on the unit.
Connect the USB device to the USB typeA port.
To connect an iPod/iPhone, use the USB
connection cable for iPod/iPhone (not
supplied).
Connecting Other Portable
Audio Device
1
2
Turn down the volume on the unit.
Connect the portable audio device to the
AUX input jack (stereo mini jack) on the
unit with a connecting cord (not
supplied)*.
* Do not use any type of plug that interferes with
the instrument panel of the car.
Connecting a High-Resolution
USB Audio Supported Device
1
2
Turn down the volume on the unit.
Connect a High-Resolution USB Audio
supported computer, smartphone or
digital media player to the USB micro-B
port.
For details, see “Guide to Audio Device
Connection” (page 7).
When making the high level input connection,
see “AUX2” in “Connection” for details (page 28).
3
Press SRC to select [AUX1].
Alternatively, select [AUX2] for the high level
input connection.
To match the volume level of the connected
device to other sources (for AUX1 only)
Start playback of the portable audio device at a
moderate volume, and set your usual listening
volume on the unit.
Press and hold MENU, then select [Sound]  [AUX
Level] (page 18).
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Listening to the Radio
Playback
Listening to the Radio
Playing a USB Device
To listen to the radio, press SOURCE (SRC) to select
[Tuner].
In these Operating Instructions, “iPod” is used as a
general reference for the iPod functions on an iPod
and iPhone, unless otherwise specified by the text
or illustrations.
Use the remote commander to perform the
following.
Storing automatically (BTM)
1
Press MODE to change the band (FM1,
FM2, FM3, AM1 or AM2).
Alternatively, press  on the unit to change
the band.
2
Press and hold MENU, press  or  to
select [General], then press ENTER.
3
Press  or  to select [BTM], then press
ENTER.
The unit stores stations in order of frequency on
the number buttons.
Tuning
1
Press MODE to change the band (FM1,
FM2, FM3, AM1 or AM2).
Alternatively, press  on the unit to change
the band.
2
Perform tuning.
To tune manually
Press and hold  or  to locate the
approximate frequency, then press  or 
repeatedly to fine adjust to the desired
frequency.
To tune automatically
Press  or . (Alternatively, press and hold
 or  on the unit for more than 1 second.)
Scanning stops when the unit receives a station.
Storing manually
1
While receiving the station that you want
to store, press and hold a number button
(1 to 6) until [MEM] appears.
Receiving the stored stations
1
Select the band, then press a number
button (1 to 6).
Alternatively, press  or  on the unit.
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For details on the compatibility of your iPod, see
“About iPod” (page 20) or visit the support site on
the back cover.
MSC (Mass Storage Class)-type USB devices (such as
a USB flash drive, digital media player, Android
smartphone) compliant with the USB standard can
be used.
Depending on the digital media player or Android
smartphone, setting the USB connection mode to
MSC is required. (A USB device in MTP mode is not
available.)
“Music” folder and its location (when
connecting the USB device)
Be sure to store audio files in a folder named
“Music”, and organize the folder directly under the
root directory of the USB device. Otherwise the unit
will not recognize audio files on the device.
Notes
 For details on the compatibility of your USB device,
visit the support site on the back cover.
 During USB playback, fast-forward/fast-reverse
operation is not supported.
 The unit starts reading the file structure of the
connected device when playback is performed.
 [*] appears on the display while the unit is reading the
file structure of the connected device. While [*] is
displayed, a track or album (folder) cannot be
skipped.
 During USB playback via the USB type-A port, a DSD
file on the connected device is converted into PCM
format.
 Playback of the following files is not supported.
WMA/AAC:
 copyright-protected files
 DRM (Digital Rights Management) files
WMA:
 lossless compression files
 multi-channel audio files
 As a guide, recognizing a total of 2,000 audio files in
200 folders on the USB device takes about 150
seconds.
 The unit may take some time to recognize the USB
device if its file organization has been updated.
 Before connecting the USB device, be sure to select
USB1 or USB2. If a USB device with updated file
structure is connected while the unit and the display
are off, or without selecting USB1 or USB2, the unit will
not recognize the latest file organization of the
device.
1
Connect a USB device to the USB type-A
port (page 11).
Playback starts. (Depending on the file
organization, playback may take time to start.)
2
Adjust the volume on this unit.
To pause playback
Press .
To remove the device
Stop playback, then remove the device.
To display the sampling frequency and bit
depth of the audio file being played
Press DSPL during playback.
Notes
 When DSD playback is performed via USB1 or USB2,
the sampling frequency and bit depth before
converting to PCM format are displayed.
 When an iPod/iPhone is connected to USB1 or USB2,
the sampling frequency and bit depth are not
displayed.
Caution for iPhone
When you connect an iPhone via USB, phone call
volume is controlled by the iPhone, not the unit. Do
not inadvertently increase the volume on the unit
during a call, as a sudden loud sound may result
when the call ends.
Playing a High-Resolution USB
Audio Supported Device
To remove the device
Stop playback, then remove the device.
To display the sampling frequency and bit
depth of the audio file being played
Press DSPL during playback.
For example, the information appears as follows:
[192/24]: 192 kHz/24 bit
[DSD 5.6MHz]: 5.6 MHz/1 bit
Notes
 Gapless playback is performed when the sampling
frequency and bit depth are identical to those of the
next or previous track.
 If the displayed sampling frequency and bit depth are
not appropriate, check the settings of the device and
its connection.
 For a DSD file on the device connected via the USB
micro-B port, native DSD playback is performed.
During playback, make sure that the native DSD
playback on the High-Resolution USB Audio
supported device performs properly.
Corresponding data interface, sampling frequency
and bit depth:
 PCM:
Max. 192 kHz/24 bit
 DSD:
ASIO Native: 2.8 MHz/1 bit, 5.6 MHz/1 bit
DoP: 2.8 MHz/1 bit, 5.6 MHz/1 bit
Playing a BLUETOOTH Device
You can play contents on a connected device that
supports BLUETOOTH A2DP (Advanced Audio
Distribution Profile). Using an LDAC-supported
device is recommended.
For details on the compatibility of your HighResolution USB Audio device and the DSD
supported audio playback software or app, see the
support site on the back cover.
For your safety
 Do not operate the High-Resolution USB Audio
supported device while driving.
 Before driving your car, make sure the HighResolution USB Audio supported device will not
play loudly during playback (especially during
native DSD playback).
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2
3
Connect a High-Resolution USB Audio
supported device to the USB micro-B
port (page 11).
Operate the device to start playback.
Adjust the volume on this unit.
To stop playback
Operate the device to stop playback.
The controls on the unit or the remote commander
do not work.
1
Make BLUETOOTH connection with the
audio device (page 9).
2
Press SRC to select [BT Audio].
Alternatively, press SOURCE on the remote
commander.
3
Operate the audio device to start
playback.
4
Adjust the volume on this unit.
Notes
 Even if the source is changed on this unit, playback of
the audio device does not stop.
 [BT Audio] does not appear in the display while
running the “SongPal” application via the BLUETOOTH
function.
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To match the volume level of the BLUETOOTH
device to other sources
Start playback of the BLUETOOTH audio device at a
moderate volume, and set your usual listening
volume on the unit.
Press and hold MENU, then select [BT Setting] 
[BTA Level] (page 18).
To apply the SBC codec only
Press and hold MENU on the remote commander,
then set [Audio Codec] in [BT Setting] to [SBC]
(page 18).
Handsfree Calling (via BLUETOOTH
only)
To use a cellular phone, connect it with this unit. For
details, see “Preparing a BLUETOOTH Device”
(page 9). Only while the “SongPal” connection is
established, [BT Phone] becomes available when
selecting the source.
Searching and Playing Tracks
Use the remote commander to perform the
following.
For the iPod, repeat play and shuffle play are not
available.
Repeat play and shuffle play
1
During USB1 or USB2 playback, press REP
or SHUF repeatedly to select the desired
play mode.
Playback in the selected play mode may take
time to start.
Repeat play mode:
 [Repeat Track] plays the track repeatedly.
 [Repeat Album] plays tracks in the album
(folder) repeatedly.
 [Repeat OFF] cancels repeat play.
Shuffle play mode:
 [Shuffle Device] plays all tracks in the “Music”
folder in random order.
 [Shuffle OFF] cancels shuffle play.
Notes
 During repeat play, shuffle play mode cannot be
selected. During shuffle play, only [Repeat Track]
can be selected, and [Repeat Album] cannot be
selected.
 [Shuffle Device] is only available when repeat play
is off.
 When shuffle play is performed or canceled,
playback starts from the first track in the “Music”
folder.
 While shuffle play is performed with [Repeat
Track] selected, pressing  will cancel [Repeat
Track] and restart shuffle play from the first track
in the “Music” folder.
 During shuffle play, the list display on “SongPal” is
not available. To enable the list display, cancel
shuffle play mode.
Use the controls on the unit to perform the
following.
Receiving a Call
1
Press any button when a call is received
with a ringtone.
The phone call starts.
Note
The ringtone and talker’s voice are output only from the
audio device connected to FRONT AUDIO OUT.
To reject the call
Press and hold the following button:
 any button other than SRC for 2 seconds.
 SRC for 1 to 2 seconds.
To end the call
Press SRC.
Making a Call
You can make a call via “SongPal” only. For details,
see “SongPal with iPhone/Android smartphone”
(page 15).
Available Operations during
Call
To adjust the ringtone volume
Rotate the volume dial while receiving a call.
To adjust the talker’s voice volume
Rotate the volume dial during a call.
To adjust the volume for the other party (Mic
gain adjustment)
Press  during a call.
Adjustable volume levels: [MIC High], [MIC Low],
[MIC Middle].
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To reduce echo and noise (Echo Canceler/
Noise Canceler Mode)
Press  during a call.
Settable mode: [ECNC 1], [ECNC 2].
To switch between hands-free mode and
handheld mode
During a call, press  to switch the phone call
audio between the unit and cellular phone.
Note
Depending on the cellular phone, this operation may
not be available.
Useful Functions
SongPal with iPhone/Android
smartphone
Downloading the latest version
of “SongPal” application is
required from the App Store for
iPhone or from Google Play for
Android smartphone.
Notes
 For your safety, follow your local
traffic laws and regulations, and
do not operate the application
while driving.
 “SongPal” is an app for
controlling Sony audio devices
which are compatible with “SongPal”, by your iPhone/
Android smartphone.
 What you can control with “SongPal” varies
depending on the connected device.
 To make use of “SongPal” features, see the details on
your iPhone/Android smartphone.
 For further details on “SongPal,” visit the following
URL: http://rd1.sony.net/help/speaker/songpal/
 Visit the website below and check the compatible
iPhone/Android smartphone models.
For iPhone: visit the App Store
For Android smartphone: visit Google Play
Establishing the SongPal connection
1
Make the BLUETOOTH connection with
iPhone/Android smartphone (page 9).
2
Launch the “SongPal” application.
Connection to iPhone/Android smartphone
starts.
For details on the operations on iPhone/
Android smartphone, see the help of the
application.
If the device number appears
Make sure that the number is displayed (e.g.,
123456), then select [Yes] on the iPhone/Android
smartphone.
Selecting the source or application
You can operate to select the desired source or
application on iPhone/Android smartphone.
To select the source
Press SOURCE repeatedly.
Note
While “Settings” is selected, the controls except for the
volume on the unit and remote commander do not
work. Operate your iPhone/Android smartphone.
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To display the source list
Tap the source list icon on the “SongPal”
application.
Settings
Basic Setting Operation
You can set items in the following setup categories:
General setup (General), Sound setup (Sound),
BLUETOOTH setup (BT Setting)
Setting by “SongPal” is also available (page 15).
(While the BT phone is selected, only the
BLUETOOTH setup is available.)
Announcement of various information by
voice guide (Android smartphone only)
Use the remote commander to perform the
following.
1
When SMS, Twitter/Facebook/Calendar
notifications, etc., are received, they are
automatically announced through the audio device
connected to FRONT AUDIO OUT.
Press and hold MENU, press  or  to
select the setup category, then press
ENTER.
The items that can be set differ depending on
the source and settings.
2
Press  or  to select the options, then
press ENTER.
To return to the previous display
Press
.
General Setup (General)
For details on settings, refer to the help of the
application.
Replying a message of SMS (Android
smartphone only)
You can reply a message.
1
2
3
Tap the reply icon on the “SongPal” application.
The message input display appears.
Input a reply message by voice recognition.
The list of message candidates appears.
Tap the desired message.
The message is sent out.
For details, refer to the help of the application.
Making sound and display settings
You can adjust the settings relating to sound and
display via iPhone/Android smartphone.
For details on settings, refer to the help of the
application.
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Clock Adjust (page 9)
Dimmer
Dims the display: [ON], [OFF], [Auto].
([Auto] is available only when the illumination
control lead is connected, and turn on the head
light).
Optical Out
Selects the optical output setting: [OFF],
[48kHz], [96kHz].
(The volume control on the unit does not work
when set to [48kHz] or [96kHz].)
BTM (best tuning memory) (page 12)
(Available only when the tuner is selected.)
Firmware
(Available only while the source is off and the
clock is displayed.)
Checks/updates the firmware version. For
details, visit the support site on the back cover.
Version
Displays current firmware version.
Update
Enters firmware update process: [NO], [YES].
Updating the firmware takes a few minutes to
complete. During the update, do not turn the
ignition to the OFF position.
Sound Setup (Sound)
Pos Preset (position preset)
This setup menu can also be opened by pressing
SOUND. If [Optical Out] is set to [48kHz] or [96kHz],
this setup menu is not available.
Subwoofer
(Automatically set to [OFF] when [Optical Out] is
set to [48kHz] or [96kHz].) (Not available during
native DSD playback while USB-DAC is selected.)
Sub Level (subwoofer level)
Adjusts the subwoofer volume level: [+10dB] –
[0dB] – [-10dB].
Sub Phase (subwoofer phase)
Selects the subwoofer phase: [Normal],
[Reverse].
LPF Freq (low pass filter frequency)
Selects the subwoofer cut-off frequency: [OFF],
[50Hz], [63Hz], [79Hz], [99Hz], [125Hz], [158Hz],
[198Hz], [250Hz].
LPF Slope (low pass filter slope)
Selects the LPF slope (effective only when [LPF
Freq] is set to other than [OFF]): [SLP1] (-12dB/
oct), [SLP2] (-24dB/oct), [SLP3] (-36dB/oct),
[SLP4] (-48dB/oct).
LPF Mode (low pass filter mode)
Sets the filter mode: [Mono], [Stereo].
HPF Freq (high pass filter frequency)
Selects the front/rear speaker cut-off frequency:
[OFF], [50Hz], [63Hz], [79Hz], [99Hz], [125Hz],
[158Hz], [198Hz], [250Hz].
HPF Slope (high pass filter slope)
Selects the HPF slope (effective only when [HPF
Freq] is set to other than [OFF]): [SLP1] (-12dB/
oct), [SLP2] (-24dB/oct), [SLP3] (-36dB/oct),
[SLP4] (-48dB/oct).
Sub DSD (subwoofer DSD)
(Available during native DSD playback while
USB-DAC is selected.)
LPF Freq (low pass filter frequency)
Selects the subwoofer cut-off frequency: [OFF],
[150Hz].
LPF Mode (low pass filter mode)
Sets the filter mode: [Mono], [Stereo].
Pos Custom (position custom)
Sets [Custom] of [Pos Preset].
(Available when any source except for BT phone
is selected.) (Automatically set to [OFF] when
[Optical Out] is set to [48kHz] or [96kHz].)
Front Left, Front Right, Rear Left, Rear Right,
Subwoofer
Sets the distance from your desired position to
the speaker.
Adjustable range: [0] – [350] cm (0 – 11.5 ft)
([Subwoofer] is not available during native DSD
playback while USB-DAC is selected.)
F/R Pos (front/rear position)
Simulates a natural sound field by delaying the
sound output from speakers to suit your
position:
 [Front Left],
 [Front Right],
 [Front],
 [ALL] (center of your car),
[Custom] (position set in [Pos Custom]),
[OFF] (no position set)
Adjust Pos* (adjust position)
Fine-tunes the listening position setting: [+3] –
[0] – [-3].
Subwoofer* (subwoofer position)
 [Near],
 [Normal],
 [Far]
EQ10 Preset
Selects an equalizer curve from 10 equalizer
curves or off: [OFF], [R & B], [Rock], [Pop],
[Dance], [Hip-Hop], [Electronica], [Jazz], [Soul],
[Country], [Custom] (equalizer curve set by
“SongPal”).
The equalizer curve setting can be memorized
for each source.
(Available when any source except for BT phone
is selected.) (Automatically set to [OFF] when
[Optical Out] is set to [48kHz] or [96kHz].)
(Not available during native DSD playback while
USB-DAC is selected.)
Balance
Adjusts the sound balance: [R-15] – [Center] –
[L-15].
(Available when any source except for BT phone
is selected.) (Automatically set to [OFF] when
[Optical Out] is set to [48kHz] or [96kHz].)
Fader
Adjusts the relative level: [F-15] – [Center] –
[R-15].
(Available when any source except for BT phone
is selected.) (Automatically set to [OFF] when
[Optical Out] is set to [48kHz] or [96kHz].)
Loudness
Reinforces bass and treble for clear sound at low
volume levels: [OFF], [ON].
(Not available during native DSD playback while
USB-DAC is selected.)
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DSEE HX (digital sound enhancement engine HX)
Improves digitally compressed sound by
restoring high frequencies lost in the
compression process.
This setting can be memorized for each source
other than the tuner or AUX.
Selects the DSEE HX mode: [OFF], [ON].
(Available only when USB1, USB2, USB-DAC or BT
Audio is selected.) (Automatically set to [OFF]
when [Optical Out] is set except for [OFF].) (Not
available during native DSD playback while USBDAC is selected.)
AUX Level (for AUX1 only)
Adjusts the volume level for each connected
auxiliary device: [+18dB] – [0dB] – [-8dB].
This setting negates the need to adjust the
volume level between sources.
* Does not appear when [F/R Pos] is set to [OFF].
BLUETOOTH Setup (BT Setting)
BT Signal (BLUETOOTH signal) (page 10)
Activates/deactivates the BLUETOOTH function.
Pairing (BLUETOOTH pairing) (page 10)
BTA Level (BLUETOOTH audio level)
Adjusts the volume level for each connected
BLUETOOTH device: [+6dB] – [0dB] – [-6dB]. This
setting negates the need to adjust the volume
level between sources.
Audio Codec
Selects the BLUETOOTH audio codec type:
[AUTO] (LDAC, AAC, SBC), [SBC].
(Not available via “SongPal”.)
Auto Answer
Sets this unit to answer an incoming call
automatically: [OFF], [3sec], [10sec].
Ring Tone
Selects whether this unit or the connected
cellular phone outputs the ringtone: [TONE 1]
(this unit), [TONE 2] (cellular phone).
BT Initialize
Initializes all the BLUETOOTH related settings
(pairing information, device information, etc.):
[NO], [YES].
When disposing the unit, initialize all the
settings.
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Optical output setting and available sound settings
Available sound settings differ depending on the optical output setting and the selected source.
Subwoofer
Optical
Out
Tuner
USB1 (front),
USB2 (rear)
USB-DAC
(PCM)
USB-DAC
(DSD)
AUX1
(front)
AUX2 (High
level input)
BT Audio
BT
Phone
OFF
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

–
48 kHz,
96 kHz
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
OFF
–
–
–
(OFF,
150 Hz)
–
–
–
–
48 kHz,
96 kHz
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–

Sub DSD
Pos Custom
Pos Preset
EQ10 Preset
Balance
Fader
Loudness
OFF
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
*



–
48 kHz,
96 kHz
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
OFF
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48 kHz,
96 kHz
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
OFF
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–
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–
48 kHz,
96 kHz
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
OFF
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48 kHz,
96 kHz
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
OFF
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48 kHz,
96 kHz
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
OFF
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–
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48 kHz,
96 kHz
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
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OFF
–
Max.
48 kHz
Max.
48 kHz
–
–
–
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Max.
48 kHz
–
48 kHz,
96 kHz
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
DSEE HX
* Only [Subwoofer] in [Pos Custom] is not available.
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About iPod
Additional Information
Updating the Firmware
To update the firmware, visit the support site on the
back cover, then follow the online instructions.
Updating the firmware takes a few minutes to
complete. During the update, do not turn the
ignition to the OFF position.
Note
Using a USB device (not supplied) is required for
updating the firmware. Store the updater in the USB
device, and connect the device to the USB1 (front) port,
then perform the update operation. The USB2 (rear)
port cannot be used for the update.
Precautions
Compatible iPhone/iPod models
Compatible Model
Bluetooth®
USB
iPhone 6 Plus
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iPhone 6
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iPhone 5s
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iPhone 5c
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iPhone 5
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iPhone 4s
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iPhone 4
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iPhone 3GS
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iPhone 3G
 Cool off the unit beforehand if your car has been
parked in direct sunlight.
 Do not leave audio devices brought in inside the
car, or it may cause malfunction due to high
temperature in direct sunlight.
 Power antenna (aerial) extends automatically
depending on the type of car.
 When using the unit in a cold area, the rotation of
the volume dial may feel a little heavy.
To maintain high sound quality
Do not splash liquid onto the unit.
Playback order of audio files
USB device (Root)
Music*
 You can connect to the following iPod models.
Update your iPod devices to the latest software
before use.
Folder (album)
Audio file (track)
* For the name of “Music” folder under the root
directory, there are no restrictions for using upper or
lower case letters. (“Music”, “music” and “MUSIC” are
valid.)
iPod touch
(5th generation)
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
iPod touch
(4th generation)


iPod touch
(3rd generation)

iPod touch
(2nd generation)

iPod classic

iPod nano
(7th generation)

iPod nano
(6th generation)

iPod nano
(5th generation)

iPod nano
(4th generation)

iPod nano
(3rd generation)
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 “Made for iPod,” and “Made for iPhone,” mean
that an electronic accessory has been designed to
connect specifically to iPod or iPhone,
respectively, and has been certified by the
developer to meet Apple performance standards.
Apple is not responsible for the operation of this
device or its compliance with safety and
regulatory standards. Please note that the use of
this accessory with iPod or iPhone may affect
wireless performance.
If you have any questions or problems concerning
your unit that are not covered in this manual,
consult your nearest Sony dealer.
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Maintenance
Replacing the lithium battery of the remote
commander
Under normal conditions, the battery will last
approximately 1 year. (The service life may be
shorter, depending on the conditions of use.)
When the battery becomes weak, the range of the
remote commander becomes shorter.
CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly
replaced. Replaced only with the same or
equivalent type.
+ side up
Notes on the lithium battery
 Keep the lithium battery out of the reach of children.
Should the battery be swallowed, immediately
consult a doctor.
 Wipe the battery with a dry cloth to ensure a good
contact.
 Be sure to observe the correct polarity when installing
the battery.
 Do not hold the battery with metallic tweezers,
otherwise a short-circuit may occur.
Specifications
FOR THE CUSTOMERS IN THE USA. NOT
APPLICABLE IN CANADA, INCLUDING IN THE
PROVINCE OF QUEBEC.
POUR LES CLIENTS AUX ÉTATS-UNIS. NON
APPLICABLE AU CANADA, Y COMPRIS LA
PROVINCE DE QUÉBEC.
Tuner section
FM
Tuning range: 87.5 – 107.9 MHz
Antenna (aerial) terminal:
External antenna (aerial) connector
Intermediate frequency:
FM CCIR: -1,956.5 to -487.3 kHz and
+500.0 to +2,095.4 kHz
Usable sensitivity: 8 dBf
Selectivity: 75 dB at 400 kHz
Signal-to-noise ratio: 73 dB
Separation: 50 dB at 1 kHz
Frequency response: 20 – 15,000 Hz
AM
Tuning range: 530 – 1,710 kHz
Antenna (aerial) terminal:
External antenna (aerial) connector
Sensitivity: 26 μV
USB Player section
Interface: USB (High-speed)
Maximum current: 1.5 A (USB BC1.2 compliant)
The maximum number of recognizable folders: 997
(including the “Music” folder under the root
directory)
The maximum number of recognizable tracks:
10,000
Corresponding codec:
MP3 (.mp3):
16/22.05/24/32/44.1/48 kHz, 16 – 320 kbps
(CBR/VBR)
AAC (.m4a, .mp4, .3gp):
16/22.05/24/32/44.1/48/88.2/96 kHz,
16 – 320 kbps (CBR/VBR)
WMA (.wma):
32/44.1/48 kHz, 16 – 320 kbps (CBR/VBR)
WAV (.wav):
16/22.05/24/32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/
192 kHz (16/24 bit)
AIFF (.aiff, .aif):
32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz (16/24 bit)
FLAC (.flac):
16/22.05/24/32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/
192 kHz (16/24 bit)
ALAC (.m4a):
16/22.05/24/32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/
192 kHz (16/24 bit)
DSD (DSF/DSDIFF)* (.dsf, .dff): 2.8 MHz (1 bit)
* via the USB type-A port, PCM conversion is
performed during playback.
USB-DAC Player section
Interface: USB micro B
Signal-to-noise ratio: 117 dB (at 1 kHz)
Frequency response: 20 Hz – 90 kHz (-3 dB)
Harmonic distortion: 0.007 % or less (at 1 kHz)
Corresponding data interface, sampling frequency
and bit depth:
PCM: Max. 192 kHz/24 bit
DSD:
ASIO Native: 2.8 MHz/1 bit, 5.6 MHz/1 bit
DoP: 2.8 MHz/1 bit, 5.6 MHz/1 bit
Wireless Communication
Communication System:
BLUETOOTH Standard version 3.0
Output:
BLUETOOTH Standard Power Class 2
(Max. +4 dBm)
Maximum communication range:
Line of sight approx. 7 m (23 ft)*1
Frequency band:
2.4 GHz band (2.4000 – 2.4835 GHz)
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Modulation method: FHSS
Compatible BLUETOOTH Profiles*2:
A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) 1.3
AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Profile) 1.5
HFP (Handsfree Profile) 1.6
SPP (Serial Port Profile)
Corresponding codec:
SBC (.sbc), AAC (.m4a) and LDAC (.ldac)
*1 The actual range will vary depending on factors such
as obstacles between devices, magnetic fields
around a microwave oven, static electricity,
reception sensitivity, antenna (aerial)’s performance,
operating system, software application, etc.
*2 BLUETOOTH standard profiles indicate the purpose
of BLUETOOTH communication between devices.
General
DAC (Digital Audio Converter) device: ES9018S by
ESS Technology, Inc.
Outputs:
Audio outputs terminal (FRONT, REAR, SUB)
Power antenna (aerial)/Power amplifier control
terminal (REM OUT)
Optical output terminal
Inputs:
High level input terminal (3 V – 12 V)
Remote controller input terminal
Antenna (aerial) input terminal
MIC input terminal
AUX input jack (stereo mini jack)
USB type-A port (front, rear)
USB micro-B port
Power requirements: 12 V DC car battery (negative
ground (earth))
Rated current consumption: 10 A
Dimensions:
Approx. 178 mm × 50 mm × 167 mm
(7 1/8 in × 2 in × 6 5/8 in) (w/h/d)
Mounting dimensions:
Approx. 182 mm × 53 mm × 154 mm
(7 1/4 in × 2 1/8 in × 6 1/8 in) (w/h/d)
Mass: Approx. 1.5 kg (3 lb 3 oz)
Package contents:
Main unit (1)
Remote commander (1): RM-X261
Microphone (1)
Parts for installation and connections (1 set)
USB cable (1)
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
Copyrights
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered
trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any
use of such marks by Sony Corporation is under
license. Other trademarks and trade names are
those of their respective owners.
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The N-Mark is a trademark or registered trademark
of NFC Forum, Inc. in the United States and in other
countries.
Windows Media is either a registered trademark or
trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United
States and/or other countries.
This product is protected by certain intellectual
property rights of Microsoft Corporation. Use or
distribution of such technology outside of this
product is prohibited without a license from
Microsoft or an authorized Microsoft subsidiary.
iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, and iPod
touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in
the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service
mark of Apple Inc.
MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology and patents
licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson.
Google, Google Play and Android are trademarks of
Google Inc.
WALKMAN® and WALKMAN® logo are registered
trademarks of Sony Corporation.
LDAC™ and LDAC logo are trademarks of Sony
Corporation.
libFLAC
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Troubleshooting
The following checklist will help you remedy
problems you may encounter with your unit.
Before going through the checklist below, check
the connection and operating procedures.
For details on using the fuse and removing the unit
from the dashboard, see “Connection/Installation”
(page 27).
If the problem is not solved, visit the support site on
the back cover.
General
No power is being supplied to the unit.
 If the unit is turned off and the display
disappears, the unit cannot be operated with the
remote commander.
 Turn on the unit by pressing SRC on the unit.
No sound or the sound is very low.
 The position of the fader control [Fader] is not set
for a 2-speaker system.
 The volume of the unit and/or connected device
is very low.
 Increase the volume of the unit and connected
device.
The contents of the memory have been erased.
 The reset button has been pressed.
 Store again into the memory.
 The power supply lead or battery has been
disconnected or not connected properly.
Stored stations and correct time are erased.
The fuse has blown.
Makes a noise when the position of the ignition
is switched.
 The leads are not matched correctly with the car’s
accessory power connector.
The display disappears from/does not appear in
the display window.
 [Dimmer] (dimmer) is set to [ON] (page 16).
 The display disappears if you press and hold OFF.
 Press and hold SRC on the unit until the display
appears.
The operation buttons do not function.
 The connection is not correct.
 Check the connection of the unit.
If the situation does not improve, press reset
button (page 9).
The contents stored in memory are erased.
For your safety, do not reset the unit while you
are driving.
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Radio reception
Stations cannot be received.
The sound is hampered by noises.
 The connection is not correct.
 If your car has built-in radio antenna (aerial) in
the rear/side glass, connect an REM OUT lead
(blue/white striped) or accessory power supply
lead (red) to the power supply lead of a car’s
antenna (aerial) booster.
 Check the connection of the car antenna
(aerial).
 If the auto antenna (aerial) will not extend,
check the connection of the power antenna
(aerial) control lead.
Preset tuning is not possible.
 The broadcast signal is too weak.
USB device playback
You cannot play items via a USB hub.
 This unit cannot recognize USB devices via a USB
hub.
A USB device takes longer to play.
 The USB device contains many files or a
complicated file structure.
The sound is intermittent.
 The sound may be intermittent at a high-bit-rate.
 DRM (Digital Rights Management) files may not
be playable in some cases.
Audio file cannot be played.
 USB device formatted with file systems other
than FAT16, FAT32 or exFAT are unsupported.*
* This unit supports FAT16, FAT32 and exFAT, but some
USB device may not support all of these FAT. For
details, refer to the operating instruction of each USB
device or contact the manufacturer.
You cannot skip to the next or previous track.
 While [*] is displayed after connecting the USB
device, the unit is busy with reading the file
structure of the device. Wait until reading is
complete.
The sampling frequency and bit depth are not
displayed, or unmatched sampling frequency
and bit depth are displayed.
 Check that the contents on the USB device
contain the information on the sampling
frequency and bit depth.
 Wait for a while, then press DSPL again. Reading
the information may take some time.
 When an iPod/iPhone is connected to USB1 or
USB2, the sampling frequency and bit depth are
not displayed.
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USB DAC playback
No sound.
 Check that the High-Resolution USB Audio
supported device and the unit are properly
connected.
 Check that the settings of the High-Resolution
USB Audio supported device are properly made.
The sampling frequency and bit depth are not
displayed, or unmatched sampling frequency
and bit depth are displayed.
 Check that the settings of the High-Resolution
USB Audio supported device and the audio
playback software or application are properly
made.
 Wait for a while, then press DSPL again. Reading
the information may take some time.
 Depending on the audio playback software or
application, the bit depth appears on the display
may differ from the actual bit depth of the audio
file.
Computer operation
No sound or the sound is not output properly.
 The unit does not recognize the computer as a
USB device.
 Restart your computer.
 Install the driver software “Sony USB Device
Driver” on your Windows computer if not
installed. For details on the driver software,
visit the support site on the back cover.
For the installation, refer to the help guide of
your computer.
 Turn up the volume of your computer or
software.
 The computer is connected to the unit while
audio playback software is in use.
 Restart the audio playback software on the
computer.
 Check that the audio playback software being
used is compatible with the High-Resolution
Audio files. Using “Hi-Res Audio Player” or
“Media Go” is recommended. For details, visit the
support site on the back cover.
 The computer enters standby, sleep or
hibernation mode during playback.
 Restart the audio playback software on the
computer.
 Check that the sound device settings of your
computer are properly made.
For details, refer to the manual supplied with
your computer.
 Cancel the sound attenuation of your computer
or the audio playback software.
 Check that the CD-ROM drive supporting the
digital reproduction function is used.
NFC function
One touch connection (NFC) is not possible.
 The BLUETOOTH signal of this unit is not turned
on.
 Press and hold MENU on the remote
commander, select [BT Setting]  [BT Signal],
then press ENTER.
 If the smartphone does not respond to the
touching.
 Check that the NFC function of the smartphone
is turned on.
 Move the N-Mark part of the smartphone
closer to the N-Mark part on this unit.
 If the smartphone is in a case, remove it.
 NFC receiving sensitivity depends on the device.
If One touch connection with the smartphone
fails several times, make BLUETOOTH connection
manually.
BLUETOOTH function
The connecting device cannot detect this unit.
 Before the pairing is made, set this unit to pairing
standby mode.
 While connected to a BLUETOOTH device, this
unit cannot be detected from another device.
 Disconnect the current connection and search
for this unit from another device.
 When the device pairing is made, set the
BLUETOOTH signal output to on (page 10).
Connection is not possible.
 The connection is controlled from one side (this
unit or BLUETOOTH device), but not both.
 Connect to this unit from a BLUETOOTH device
or vice versa.
The name of the detected device does not
appear.
 Depending on the status of the other device, it
may not be possible to obtain the name.
No ringtone.
 Adjust the volume by rotating the volume dial
while receiving a call.
 Depending on the connecting device, the
ringtone may not be sent properly.
 Set [Ring Tone] to [TONE 1] (page 18).
 The ringtone is output only from an audio device
connected to FRONT AUDIO OUT.
 Connect an audio device to FRONT AUDIO OUT
of the unit.
The talker’s voice cannot be heard.
 The talker’s voice is output only from an audio
device connected to FRONT AUDIO OUT.
 Connect an audio device to FRONT AUDIO OUT
of the unit.
A call partner says that the volume is too low or
high.
 Adjust the volume accordingly using mic gain
adjustment (page 14).
Echo or noise occurs in phone call conversations.
 Lower the volume.
 Set EC/NC Mode to [ECNC 1] or [ECNC 2] (page 15).
 If the ambient noise other than the phone call
sound is loud, try reducing this noise.
E.g.: If a window is open and road noise, etc., is
loud, shut the window. If an air conditioner is
loud, lower the air conditioner.
The phone sound quality is poor.
 Phone sound quality depends on reception
conditions of cellular phone.
 Move your car to a place where you can
enhance the cellular phone’s signal if the
reception is poor.
The volume of the connected audio device is low
(high).
 Volume level will differ depending on the audio
device.
 Adjust the volume of the connected audio
device or this unit.
The sound skips during playback of a
BLUETOOTH audio device.
 Reduce the distance between the unit and the
BLUETOOTH audio device.
 If the BLUETOOTH audio device is stored in a case
which interrupts the signal, remove the audio
device from the case during use.
 Several BLUETOOTH devices or other devices
which emit radio waves are in use nearby.
 Turn off the other devices.
 Increase the distance from the other devices.
 The playback sound stops momentarily when the
connection between this unit and the cellular
phone is being made. This is not a malfunction.
The connected BLUETOOTH audio device cannot
be controlled.
 Check that the connected BLUETOOTH audio
device supports AVRCP.
Some functions do not work.
 Check if the connecting device supports the
functions in question.
A call is answered unintentionally.
 The connecting phone is set to answer a call
automatically.
Pairing failed due to a timeout.
 Depending on the connecting device, the time
limit for pairing may be short.
 Try completing the pairing within the time.
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BLUETOOTH function cannot operate.
 Turn off the unit by pressing OFF for more than 2
seconds, then turn the unit on again.
No sound is output from the car speakers during
handsfree call.
 If the sound is output from the cellular phone, set
the cellular phone to output the sound from the
car speakers.
SongPal operation
Application name is mismatched with the actual
application in “SongPal”.
 Launch the application again from the “SongPal”
application.
While running the “SongPal” application via
BLUETOOTH, the display automatically switches
to [BT Audio].
 The “SongPal” application or BLUETOOTH
function has failed.
 Run the application again.
The “SongPal” application is automatically
disconnected when the display switches to
[iPod1] or [iPod2].
 The “SongPal” application on iPhone/iPod does
not support iPod playback.
 Change the source of the unit to other than
[iPod1] or [iPod2], then establish the “SongPal”
connection (page 15).
Error displays/Messages
For USB device playback
Device Error: The USB device cannot be played.
 Connect the USB device again.
No Device: A USB device is not connected or
recognized.
 Make sure the USB device or USB cable is securely
connected.
 A USB device in MTP mode is not available.
 Set the USB connection mode to MSC.
No Music: There is no playable file.
 Connect a USB device containing playable files
(page 21).
 Check that the “Music” folder is located directly
under the root directory of the USB device and
that playable files are stored in the folder.
No Output: Sound signals are not output from the
OPTICAL OUT terminal.
 No sound is output from the OPTICAL OUT while
native DSD playback is performed via the USB
micro-B port.
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No Support: The USB device is not supported.
 For details on the compatibility of your USB
device, visit the support site on the back cover.
 USB hubs are not supported.
Overload: The USB device is overloaded.
 Disconnect the USB device, then press SRC to
select another source.
 The USB device has a fault, or an unsupported
device is connected.
Please Wait: Now reading information.
 Wait until reading is complete and playback
starts automatically. This may take some time
depending on the file organization.
For BLUETOOTH function:
No Device: The BLUETOOTH device is not
connected or recognized.
 Make sure the BLUETOOTH device is securely
connected, or the BLUETOOTH connection is
established with the BLUETOOTH device.
For SongPal operation:
APP List: The contents list of the USB is open.
 Exit the list of the application to enable button
operation.
APP Menu: A setting display of the application is
open.
 Exit the setting display of the application to
enable button operation.
Disconnect: The application is disconnected.
 Make the “SongPal” connection (page 15).
Open APP: The “SongPal” application is not
running.
 Launch the application.
Settings: A sound setting, general setting or
BLUETOOTH setting display of the application is
open.
 Exit the setting display of the application to
enable button operation.
If these solutions do not help improve the situation,
consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Connection/Installation
Parts List for Installation


Cautions
 Run all ground (earth) leads to a common
ground (earth) point.
 Do not get the leads trapped under a screw, or
caught in moving parts (e.g., seat railing).
 Before making connections, turn the car ignition
off to avoid short circuits.
 When making power connections, be sure to
connect the connector  first, then the connector
.
 Connect the yellow and red power supply leads
only after all other leads have been connected.
 Be sure to insulate any loose unconnected leads
with electrical tape for safety.
×2


5 × max. 8 mm
(7/32 × max. 5/16 in)
×4






For your safety
To prevent a traffic accident, make sure that the
connected cables do not interfere with the air-bag
system or driving operation.
Precautions
 Choose the installation location carefully so that
the unit will not interfere with normal driving
operations.
 Avoid installing the unit in areas subject to dust,
dirt, excessive vibration, or high temperature,
such as in direct sunlight or near heater ducts.
 Use only the supplied mounting hardware for a
safe and secure installation.
Note on the power supply lead (yellow)
When connecting this unit in combination with other
stereo components, the amperage rating of the car
circuit to which the unit is connected must be higher
than the sum of each component’s fuse amperage
rating.
Mounting angle adjustment
Adjust the mounting angle to less than 45°.
 This parts list does not include all the package
contents.
 The bracket  and the protection collar  are
attached to the unit before shipping. Before
mounting the unit, use the release keys  to
remove the bracket  from the unit. For details,
see “Removing the protection collar and the
bracket” (page 31).
 Keep the release keys  for future use as they are
also necessary if you remove the unit from your
car.
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Connection
Subwoofer*1
*2
*2
*2
*11
Power amplifier*1

*1
Smartphone*8, iPod/
iPhone*9, WALKMAN®,
USB storage device
from a wired remote control
(not supplied)*3
*1
Power amplifier with
an optical input
*7
*4*5
Front panel
*1
Smartphone*8, iPod/
iPhone*9, WALKMAN®,
USB storage device
*10


*1
*10
High-Resolution USB Audio
supported computer,
smartphone or digital
media player
*1
*10
Portable audio device
Black
Yellow
When connecting to the battery directly*6
Black
Yellow
For details, see “Making
connections” (page 29).
Red
Blue/white striped
Orange/white striped
When making the high level input connection
White
White/black striped
Gray
Gray/black striped
from a car antenna (aerial)
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*1 Not supplied
*2 RCA pin cord (not supplied)
*3 Depending on the type of car, use an adaptor for a
wired remote control (not supplied).
*4 Whether in use or not, route the microphone input
cord such that it does not interfere with driving
operations. Secure the cord with a clamp, etc., if it is
installed around your feet.
*5 For details on installing the microphone, see
“Installing the microphone” (page 30).
*6 When the amperage rating of the fuse used on your
car is 10 A, make the power connection to the
battery directly to avoid short circuits.
*7 When making the optical connection, an optical
cable (not supplied) is required.
*8 To connect a smartphone to the main unit, an
appropriate cable (not supplied) is required.
*9 To connect an iPod/iPhone, use the USB connection
cable for iPod (not supplied).
*10For details on the connection, see “Guide to Audio
Device Connection” (page 7).
*11 To secure the connectors, wrap the hook and loop
fastener  around the neck of connectors, then
bring the ends of the hook and loop fastener
together.

Making connections
 To a common ground (earth) point
First connect the black ground (earth) lead, then
connect the yellow and red power supply leads.
 To the +12 V power terminal which is
energized at all times
Be sure to first connect the black ground (earth)
lead to a common ground (earth) point.
 To the +12 V power terminal which is
energized when the ignition switch is set to
the accessory position
If there is no accessory position, connect to the
+12 V power (battery) terminal which is
energized at all times.
Be sure to first connect the black ground (earth)
lead to a common ground (earth) point.
 To the power antenna (aerial) control lead or
the power supply lead of the antenna (aerial)
booster
It is not necessary to connect this lead if there is
no power antenna (aerial) or antenna (aerial)
booster, or with a manually-operated telescopic
antenna (aerial).
To AMP REMOTE IN of an optional power
amplifier
This connection is only for amplifiers and a
power antenna (aerial). Connecting any other
system may damage the unit.
 To a car’s illumination signal
Be sure to first connect the black ground (earth)
lead to a common ground (earth) point.
When making the high level input
connection
For details, see “High level input connection”
(page 30).
 To the left speaker output (white) of an audio
device
 To the right speaker output (gray) of an audio
device
When connecting to the battery directly
When the amperage rating of the fuse used on your
car is 10 A, make the power connection to the
battery directly to avoid short circuits.
 To a metal point of car
 To the positive battery terminal
Notes
 Despite connecting to the power supply lead of the
car, the unit may not fully provide its performance
due to insufficient power. In this case, make the
power connection to the battery directly.
 Make sure that the car’s battery wires connected to
the car (ground (earth) to chassis) are of a wire gauge
at least equal to that of the main power wire
connected from the battery to the head unit.
If you have any questions or problems concerning
the connection, consult the dealer for details.
Recommended High-Resolution USB
Audio system
Power amplifier
(e.g. XM-GS4)
RSX-GS9
(this unit)
Power amplifier
(e.g. XM-GS100)
Super tweeter
(e.g. XS-GS1)
Full-range speaker
(e.g. XS-GS1621)
Subwoofer
(e.g. XS-GSW121D)
Note
Certain products shown in the diagram may not be
available in your country or region.
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High level input connection
For details on the connection, refer to the manual
supplied with your audio device.
Installing the microphone
To capture your voice during handsfree calling, you
need to install the microphone .

Left speaker
output
White
White/black striped
Right speaker
output
Gray

White
White/black striped
Gray
Clip (not supplied)
Gray/black striped
Gray/black striped

Audio device with
speaker outputs

Optical connection
 This OPTICAL OUT is designed for connecting a
power amplifier with an optical input. When
another digital device is connected, the functions
of the device may not work properly.
 When making connections, do not bend the
optical cable (not supplied). Doing so may
prevent output of sound.
 When the optical connection is made:
 set [Optical Out] to [48kHz] or [96kHz] to
enable.
 the volume controls on the unit and the remote
commander do not work.
 [Subwoofer], [Pos Custom], [Pos Preset], [EQ10
Preset], [Balance], [Fader], [Loudness] and
[DSEE HX] are automatically set to [OFF].
 No sound is output while native DSD playback
is performed via the USB micro-B port.
Power amplifier connection
Stop using the unit and the power amplifier that is
not supported a High-Resolution Audio, when
unusual noise is generated.
Memory hold connection
When the yellow power supply lead is connected,
power will always be supplied to the memory
circuit even when the ignition switch is turned off.
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Cautions
 It is extremely dangerous if the cord becomes
wound around the steering column or gearstick.
Be sure to keep it and other parts from interfering
with your driving operations.
 If airbags or any other shock-absorbing
equipment is in your car, contact the store where
you purchased this unit, or the car dealer, before
installation.
Note
Before attaching the double-sided tape , clean the
surface of the dashboard with a dry cloth.
2
Installation
Mount the unit onto the bracket , then
attach the protection collar .
Removing the protection collar and the
bracket

Before installing the unit, remove the protection
collar  and the bracket  from the unit.
1

Pinch both edges of the protection collar
, then pull it out.

Notes
 If the catches are straight or bent outwards, the unit
will not be installed securely and may spring out.
 Make sure the 4 catches on the protection collar 
are properly engaged in the slots of the unit.
Mounting the unit in a Japanese car
2
Insert both release keys  until they
click, and pull down the bracket , then
pull up the unit to separate.
You may not be able to install this unit in some
makes of Japanese cars. In such a case, consult your
Sony dealer.
TOYOTA


to dashboard/center console


Bracket
Bracket
Face the hook inwards.
Mounting the unit in the dashboard
Before installing, make sure the catches on both
sides of the bracket  are bent inwards 2 mm (3/32
in). When mounting in a Japanese car, see
“Mounting the unit in a Japanese car” (page 31).
1
Position the bracket  inside the
dashboard, then bend the claws outward
for a tight fit.

Existing parts supplied with
your car
NISSAN

to dashboard/center console
182 mm (7 1/4 in)
Bracket
53 mm (2 1/8 in)
Bracket
Existing parts supplied with
your car


Catch
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Note
To prevent malfunction, install only with the supplied
screws .
Resetting the unit
For details, see “Resetting the Unit” (page 9).
Fuse replacement
When replacing the fuse, be sure to use one
matching the amperage rating stated on the
original fuse. If the fuse blows, check the power
connection and replace the fuse. If the fuse blows
again after replacement, there may be an internal
malfunction. In such a case, consult your nearest
Sony dealer.
Fuse (15 A)
Note
Use an appropriate tool to replace a fuse.
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Pour plus de sécurité, installez cet appareil dans
le tableau de bord du véhicule, car la partie
supérieure de l’appareil devient chaude en cours
de fonctionnement.
Pour plus de détails, reportez-vous à la section
« Raccordement/Installation » (page 30).
La plaque signalétique indiquant la tension
d’alimentation, etc. se trouve sur le dessous du
châssis.
Avertissement
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR
d’Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio
exempts de licence. L’exploitation est autorisée aux
deux conditions suivantes :
(1) l’appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage;
(2) l’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter tout
brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le
brouillage est susceptible d’en compromettre le
fonctionnement.
Cet équipement ne doit pas être placé au même
endroit ni utilisé avec une autre antenne ou un
autre émetteur.
Cet équipement est conforme aux limites
d’exposition aux rayonnements énoncées pour un
environnement non contrôlé et respecte les règles
les radioélectriques (RF) de la FCC lignes directrices
d’exposition et d’exposition aux fréquences
radioélectriques (RF) CNR-102 de l’IC. Cet
équipement émet une énergie RF très faible qui est
considérée conforme sans évaluation de
l’exposition maximale autorisée. Cependant, cet
équipement doit être installé et utilisé en gardant
une distance de 20 cm ou plus entre le dispositif
rayonnant et le corps.
Remarque sur la pile au lithium
N’exposez pas la pile à une chaleur excessive
comme à la lumière directe du soleil, au feu ou
autre.
Avis d’exclusion de responsabilité relatif aux
services proposés par des tiers
Les services proposés par des tiers peuvent être
modifiés, suspendus ou clôturés sans avis
préalable. Sony n’assume aucune responsabilité
dans ce genre de situation.
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Avis important
Attention
SONY NE PEUT EN AUCUN CAS ÊTRE TENU
RESPONSABLE DE TOUT DOMMAGE DIRECT,
INDIRECT OU CONSÉCUTIF OU DE TOUT AUTRE
DOMMAGE, Y COMPRIS, SANS LIMITATION, TOUTE
PERTE DE PROFITS, DE REVENU, DE DONNÉES,
D’UTILISATION DU PRODUIT OU DE TOUT APPAREIL
ASSOCIÉ, DE DISPONIBILITÉ ET DE TEMPS DE
L’UTILISATEUR LIÉE À OU DÉCOULANT DE
L’UTILISATION DE CE PRODUIT, MATÉRIEL ET/OU
LOGICIEL.
Cher client, ce produit comprend un émetteur radio.
Veuillez consulter le mode d’emploi de votre
véhicule ou contacter le constructeur ou le
concessionnaire de votre véhicule avant d’installer
ce produit dans votre véhicule.
Appels d’urgence
Cet appareil mains libres BLUETOOTH et l’appareil
électronique connecté au système mains libres
fonctionnent grâce à des signaux radio, des
réseaux cellulaires et terrestres, ainsi que des
fonctions programmées par l’utilisateur, qui ne
peuvent garantir la connexion dans toutes les
conditions.
Par conséquent, ne vous fiez pas uniquement sur
les périphériques électroniques pour vos
communications importantes (telles que les
urgences médicales).
Communication BLUETOOTH
 Les émissions d’hyperfréquences d’un
périphérique BLUETOOTH peuvent perturber le
fonctionnement des appareils médicaux
électroniques. Pour éviter de causer un accident,
éteignez cet appareil et les autres périphériques
BLUETOOTH dans les endroits suivants :
 endroits où du gaz inflammable est présent,
dans un hôpital, un train, un avion ou une
station-service
 à proximité de portes automatiques ou d’un
avertisseur d’incendie
 Cet appareil prend en charge les capacités de
sécurité conformes à la norme BLUETOOTH pour
offrir une connexion sécurisée lors de l’utilisation
de la technologie BLUETOOTH sans fil; cependant,
la sécurité peut être insuffisante selon le réglage.
Soyez prudent lorsque vous communiquez au
moyen de la technologie BLUETOOTH sans fil.
 Nous ne pouvons être tenus responsables de la
fuite d’informations lors d’une communication
BLUETOOTH.
Si vous avez des questions ou des problèmes
concernant cet appareil qui ne sont pas abordés
dans ce mode d’emploi, contactez votre détaillant
Sony le plus proche.
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Raccordement/Installation
Table des matières
Avertissement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Guide des pièces et commandes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Guide de raccordement d’un appareil audio . . . . . 7
Préparation
Réinitialisation de l’appareil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Réglage de l’horloge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Préparation d’un périphérique BLUETOOTH . . . . . . 9
Raccordement d’un périphérique USB . . . . . . . . . 11
Raccordement d’un périphérique prenant en
charge le format audio USB haute
résolution. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Raccordement d’un autre appareil audio
portatif . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Écoute de la radio
Écoute de la radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Lecture
Lecture d’un périphérique USB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lecture d’un périphérique prenant en charge le
format audio USB haute résolution . . . . . . . . .
Lecture d’un périphérique BLUETOOTH . . . . . . . .
Recherche et lecture des plages . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13
14
15
15
Appel en mains libres (via BLUETOOTH
uniquement)
Réception d’un appel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Faire un appel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Opérations disponibles en cours d’appel . . . . . . . 16
Fonctions pratiques
SongPal avec iPhone/téléphone intelligent
Android . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Réglages
Configuration de base . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuration générale (General) . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuration sonore (Sound) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuration BLUETOOTH (BT Setting). . . . . . . . .
18
18
19
20
Informations complémentaires
Mise à jour du micrologiciel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Précautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Entretien. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Caractéristiques techniques. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dépannage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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22
23
23
25
Mises en garde . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Liste des pièces nécessaires à l’installation . . . . .
Raccordement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pour plus de détails sur le logiciel utilisé par cet
appareil, reportez-vous à la section
« Informations importantes sur le logiciel »
dans les pages à la fin de ce mode d’emploi.
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30
31
34
Guide des pièces et commandes
Appareil principal
 Dans ce manuel, les procédures sont
expliquées principalement pour la
télécommande, sauf mention contraire.
 Les touches disponibles s’allument en fonction
de la source sélectionnée.
 Récepteur de télécommande
 Fenêtre d’affichage
 Molette de volume
Tournez pour régler le volume.
Symbole N
Touchez ce symbole avec un téléphone
intelligent compatible NFC pour établir une
connexion Bluetooth®.
 SRC (source)
Permet de mettre l’appareil en marche.
Permet de changer la source.
OFF
Appuyez sur la touche et maintenez-la
enfoncée pendant 1 seconde pour désactiver la
source et afficher l’horloge.
Appuyez sur la touche et maintenez-la
enfoncée pendant plus de 2 secondes pour
éteindre l’appareil et l’affichage.
Si l’appareil est éteint et que l’affichage
disparaît, le fonctionnement par télécommande
est désactivé.
 / (précédente/suivante)
USB1/USB2 : Permettent de sauter des plages.
Tuner : Permettent de capter des stations de
radio mémorisées.
/  (album –/+)
USB1/USB2 : Appuyez sur la touche et
maintenez-la enfoncée pour sauter des albums.
Tuner : Appuyez sur la touche et maintenez-la
enfoncée pour syntoniser automatiquement
une station de radio.
  (lecture/pause)
USB1/USB2 : Permet de démarrer/suspendre la
lecture. Pendant que la lecture est suspendue,
l’éclairage de l’appareil clignote.
Tuner : Permet de changer la bande.
PAIRING (page 10)
Appuyez sur la touche et maintenez-la
enfoncée pendant 2 secondes pour passer en
mode de veille de pairage BLUETOOTH.
 Indicateur BLUETOOTH
 Touche de réinitialisation (page 9)
 Prise d’entrée AUX
 Port USB micro-B (pour USB-DAC)
 Port USB type-A (pour USB1)
Le chargement du périphérique raccordé
(charge élevée USB) est également pris en
charge.
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Télécommande RM-X261
 ///
Permet de sélectionner un élément de
configuration, etc.
ENTER
Permet d’entrer l’élément sélectionné.
/ (précédente/suivante)
USB1/USB2 : Permettent de sauter des plages.
Tuner : Permettent de syntoniser
automatiquement une station de radio.
Appuyez sur la touche et maintenez-la
enfoncée pour syntoniser des stations
manuellement.
+/– (album +/–)
USB1/USB2 : Permettent de sauter des albums.
Tuner : Permettent de capter des stations de
radio mémorisées.
 Touches numériques (1 à 6)
Permettent de capter des stations de radio
mémorisées.
Appuyez sur la touche et maintenez-la
enfoncée pour mémoriser des stations.
PAUSE
Retirez la feuille de protection avant l’utilisation.
La touche VOL (volume) + comporte un point
tactile.

(retour)
Permet de retourner à l’écran précédent.
 REP (répétition)
 SHUF (aléatoire)
 ATT (atténuation)
Permet d’atténuer le son. Appuyez de nouveau
pour annuler l’atténuation.
 MODE (page 12)
 SOUND*1*2
Permet d’ouvrir le menu sonore directement.
MENU*1
Appuyez sur la touche et maintenez-la
enfoncée pour ouvrir le menu de configuration.
*1 Non disponible lorsque le téléphone BT est
sélectionné.
*2 Non disponible pendant que la sortie optique est
activée ou lorsque la source est désactivée et
l’horloge est affichée.
 DSPL (affichage)
Permet de changer les éléments d’affichage.
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Guide de raccordement d’un appareil audio
Appareil audio*1 (par exemple,
WALKMAN®, lecteur média numérique,
téléphone intelligent)
Téléphone intelligent*2, iPod/
iPhone*3, WALKMAN®,
périphérique de stockage USB
*2*3
*1
*4
*5
*5
*7*8
*1 Appareil audio avec mini-prise stéréo. Lors du
raccordement, une mini-fiche stéréo (non fournie)
est requise. N’utilisez aucun type de fiche pouvant
faire obstacle au tableau de bord du véhicule.
*2 Seul un téléphone intelligent en mode MSC est
disponible. Lors du raccordement d’un téléphone
intelligent, un câble USB approprié (non fourni) est
requis.
*3 Lors du raccordement d’un iPod/iPhone, un câble de
raccordement USB pour iPod/iPhone (non fourni) est
requis.
*4 Utilisez le câble d’extension USB (fourni).
*5 Utilisez un câble USB approprié (fiche USB-A vers
fiche USB micro-B) (non fourni).
*6 Pour la lecture de fichiers audio haute résolution,
l’utilisation du logiciel de lecture audio « Hi-Res
Audio Player » ou « Media Go » est recommandée.
Lors de l’utilisation de « Hi-Res Audio Player » :
Pour Windows, l’installation du pilote dédié est
requise sur votre ordinateur. Pour Mac OS, aucun
pilote n’est requis.
Lors de l’utilisation de « Media Go » :
Pour Windows, l’installation du pilote dédié est
requise sur votre ordinateur. Pour Mac OS, « Media
Go » n’est pas pris en charge.
Pour de plus amples détails, visitez le site
d’assistance à l’adresse indiquée sur la couverture
arrière.
*7 Lors du raccordement d’un téléphone intelligent
Android, un câble USB OTG (non fourni) est requis.
Selon le téléphone intelligent, le téléchargement de
l’application dédiée pour la lecture de fichiers audio
haute résolution pourrait être requis.
*8 Lors du raccordement d’un iPhone/iPod, un câble
exclusif (non fourni) est requis. Ce câble pourrait ne
pas être disponible dans votre pays ou région.
La conception et les caractéristiques techniques sont
sujettes à modification sans préavis.
Ordinateur*6 (par exemple,
avec Windows ou Mac OS)
Téléphone intelligent*7 (par
exemple, téléphone intelligent
Android, iPhone*8)
Pour votre sécurité
Pour éviter de causer un accident de la route,
assurez-vous que les câbles raccordés ne gênent
pas la conduite ou le fonctionnement des coussins
de sécurité gonflables.
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Formats de fichiers audio haute résolution lisibles
Les formats de fichiers lisibles, les fréquences d’échantillonnage et les résolutions varient en fonction du port
utilisé, soit USB type-A ou USB micro-B.
USB-DAC (Port USB micro-B)
DSD
ASIO natif : 2,8 MHz/1 bit,
5,6 MHz/1 bit
DoP : 2,8 MHz/1 bit, 5,6 MHz/
1 bit
PCM
Max. 192 kHz/24 bits
USB1 (Port USB type-A, Avant)
USB2 (Port USB type-A, Arrière)
–
–
–
–
DSF
–
2,8 MHz/1 bit (Conversion PCM) 2,8 MHz/1 bit (Conversion PCM)
DSDIFF
–
2,8 MHz/1 bit (Conversion PCM) 2,8 MHz/1 bit (Conversion PCM)
WAV
–
192/176,4/96/88,2/48/44,1 kHz
(24 bits),
192/176,4/96/88,2 kHz (16 bits)
192/176,4/96/88,2/48/44,1 kHz
(24 bits),
192/176,4/96/88,2 kHz (16 bits)
AIFF
–
192/176,4/96/88,2/48/44,1 kHz
(24 bits),
192/176,4/96/88,2 kHz (16 bits)
192/176,4/96/88,2/48/44,1 kHz
(24 bits),
192/176,4/96/88,2 kHz (16 bits)
FLAC
–
192/176,4/96/88,2/48/44,1 kHz
(24 bits),
192/176,4/96/88,2 kHz (16 bits)
192/176,4/96/88,2/48/44,1 kHz
(24 bits),
192/176,4/96/88,2 kHz (16 bits)
ALAC
–
192/176,4/96/88,2/48/44,1 kHz
(24 bits),
192/176,4/96/88,2 kHz (16 bits)
192/176,4/96/88,2/48/44,1 kHz
(24 bits),
192/176,4/96/88,2 kHz (16 bits)
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Préparation
Réinitialisation de l’appareil
Avant la première utilisation de l’appareil ou après
avoir remplacé la batterie du véhicule ou modifié
les raccordements, vous devez réinitialiser
l’appareil.
Remarque
Une pression sur la touche de réinitialisation efface le
réglage de l’heure et certaines informations
mémorisées.
Réglage de l’horloge
Utilisez la télécommande pour effectuer les
opérations suivantes.
1
2
Appuyez sur la touche MENU et
maintenez-la enfoncée, appuyez sur 
ou  pour sélectionner [General], puis
appuyez sur ENTER.
Appuyez sur  ou  pour sélectionner
[Clock Adjust], puis appuyez sur ENTER.
L’indication des heures clignote.
3
Appuyez sur  ou  pour régler l’heure
et les minutes.
Appuyez sur  ou  pour déplacer
l’indication numérique.
4
Appuyez sur ENTER après avoir réglé les
minutes.
Le réglage est terminé et l’horloge démarre.
Affichage de l’horloge
Appuyez sur la touche DSPL.
Préparation d’un périphérique
BLUETOOTH
Vous pouvez écouter de la musique ou effectuer un
appel en mains libres selon le périphérique
compatible BLUETOOTH, tel que téléphone
intelligent, téléphone cellulaire ou périphérique
audio (ci-après nommé « périphérique
BLUETOOTH », sauf en cas d’indication différente).
Pour plus de détails sur la connexion, reportez-vous
au mode d’emploi fourni avec le périphérique.
Vous pouvez connecter le périphérique BLUETOOTH
de deux façons :
 Connexion par simple contact pour un
périphérique BLUETOOTH compatible NFC.
 Connexion manuelle.
Avant de connecter le périphérique, diminuez le
volume de cet appareil; sinon, une accentuation du
volume pourrait se produire.
Connexion par simple contact avec un
téléphone intelligent (NFC)
Lorsque vous touchez le symbole N de l’appareil
avec un téléphone intelligent compatible NFC*,
l’appareil est automatiquement jumelé et connecté
avec le téléphone intelligent.
* La technologie NFC (Near Field Communication –
Communication en champ proche) permet d’établir
une communication sans fil à courte portée entre
différents périphériques, tels que des téléphones
cellulaires et des étiquettes CI. Grâce à la fonction
NFC, la communication des données peut être
réalisée en touchant simplement le symbole
correspondant ou la zone spécifiée sur les
périphériques compatibles NFC.
Pour les téléphones intelligents avec Android™
OS 4.0 ou version antérieure, le téléchargement de
l’application « NFC Easy Connect » à partir de
Google Play™ est requis. Il est possible que
l’application ne soit pas disponible en
téléchargement dans certains pays/certaines
régions.
1
Activez la fonction NFC sur le téléphone
intelligent.
Pour plus de détails, reportez-vous au mode
d’emploi fourni avec le téléphone intelligent.
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2
Touchez le symbole N de l’appareil avec
le symbole N du téléphone intelligent.
4
Sélectionnez [RSX-GS9] sur l’affichage du
périphérique BLUETOOTH.
Si le nom de votre modèle n’apparaît pas,
recommencez la procédure à partir de l’étape 2.
Assurez-vous que l’indicateur BLUETOOTH de
l’appareil s’allume.
Pour effectuer la déconnexion par simple
contact
5
Touchez de nouveau le symbole N de l’appareil
avec le symbole N du téléphone intelligent.
* Le code d’authentification peut également être
nommé « clé d’authentification », « code NIP »,
« numéro NIP » ou « mot de passe », etc., en
fonction du périphérique.
Remarques
 Pendant que vous établissez la connexion, manipulez
le téléphone intelligent avec soin pour éviter de
l’égratigner.
 Il n’est pas possible d’établir la connexion par simple
contact lorsque l’appareil est déjà connecté à un
autre périphérique compatible NFC. En pareil cas,
déconnectez l’autre périphérique, puis établissez de
nouveau la connexion avec le téléphone intelligent.
Entrez le code d’authentification
[0000]
Pairage et connexion avec un
périphérique BLUETOOTH
Lorsque vous connectez un périphérique
BLUETOOTH pour la première fois, un
enregistrement mutuel (nommé « pairage ») est
nécessaire. Le pairage permet à cet appareil et aux
autres périphériques de se reconnaître entre eux.
1
Placez le périphérique BLUETOOTH à 1 m
(3 pi) maximum de cet appareil.
2
Appuyez sur la touche  de l’appareil
et maintenez-la enfoncée pendant plus
de 2 secondes.
Ou encore, appuyez sur la touche MENU de la
télécommande et maintenez-la enfoncée,
sélectionnez [BT Setting]  [Pairing], puis
appuyez sur ENTER.
L’indicateur BLUETOOTH de l’appareil clignote
(pendant que l’appareil est en mode de veille de
pairage).
3
Procédez au pairage sur le périphérique
BLUETOOTH afin qu’il détecte cet
appareil.
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Si la saisie d’un code d’authentification*
est requise sur le périphérique
BLUETOOTH, saisissez [0000].
Une fois le pairage effectué, l’indicateur
BLUETOOTH de l’appareil demeure allumé.
6
Sélectionnez cet appareil sur le
périphérique BLUETOOTH pour établir la
connexion BLUETOOTH.
Remarque
Pendant la connexion à un périphérique BLUETOOTH,
cet appareil ne peut pas être détecté par un autre
périphérique. Pour permettre la détection, accédez au
mode de pairage et recherchez cet appareil à partir de
l’autre périphérique.
Pour démarrer la lecture
Pour plus de détails, reportez-vous à la section
« Lecture d’un périphérique BLUETOOTH »
(page 15).
Annulation du pairage
Effectuez l’étape 2 pour quitter le mode de pairage
après avoir jumelé cet appareil et le périphérique
BLUETOOTH.
Connexion avec un périphérique
BLUETOOTH jumelé
Pour utiliser le périphérique une fois le pairage
effectué, établissez la connexion à cet appareil.
Certains périphériques jumelés se connectent
automatiquement.
Raccordement d’un
périphérique USB
1
2
Réduisez le volume de l’appareil.
Raccordez le périphérique USB au port
USB type-A.
Pour raccorder un iPod/iPhone, utilisez le câble
de raccordement USB pour iPod/iPhone (non
fourni).
1
Appuyez sur la touche MENU de la
télécommande et maintenez-la
enfoncée, sélectionnez [BT Setting]  [BT
Signal], puis appuyez sur ENTER.
Assurez-vous que l’indicateur BLUETOOTH de
l’appareil s’allume.
2
Activez la fonction BLUETOOTH sur le
périphérique BLUETOOTH.
3
Réglez le périphérique BLUETOOTH afin
qu’il se connecte à cet appareil.
Connexion au dernier périphérique connecté
à partir de cet appareil
Activez la fonction BLUETOOTH sur le périphérique
BLUETOOTH.
Appuyez sur SOURCE (SRC), puis sélectionnez [BT
Phone]* ou [BT Audio].
Appuyez sur ENTER pour connecter l’appareil au
téléphone cellulaire ou sur PAUSE pour le connecter
au périphérique audio.
* Disponible uniquement lorsque la connexion
« SongPal » est établie.
Remarque
Pendant la transmission BLUETOOTH audio en continu,
vous ne pouvez pas établir la connexion au téléphone
cellulaire à partir de cet appareil. Établissez plutôt la
connexion à cet appareil à partir du téléphone
cellulaire.
Raccordement d’un
périphérique prenant en
charge le format audio USB
haute résolution
1
2
Réduisez le volume de l’appareil.
Raccordez un ordinateur, téléphone
intelligent ou lecteur média numérique
prenant en charge le format audio USB
haute résolution au port USB micro-B.
Pour plus de détails, reportez-vous à la section
« Guide de raccordement d’un appareil audio »
(page 7).
Conseil
Avec le signal BLUETOOTH activé : lorsque la clé de
contact est tournée sur la position ON, cet appareil se
reconnecte automatiquement au dernier téléphone
cellulaire connecté.
Pour installer le microphone
Pour plus de détails, reportez-vous à la section
« Installation du microphone » (page 33).
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Raccordement d’un autre
appareil audio portatif
1
2
Réduisez le volume de l’appareil.
Raccordez l’appareil audio portatif à la
prise d’entrée AUX (mini-prise stéréo) de
l’appareil à l’aide d’un câble de
raccordement (non fourni)*.
* N’utilisez aucun type de fiche pouvant faire
obstacle au tableau de bord du véhicule.
Écoute de la radio
Écoute de la radio
Pour écouter la radio, appuyez sur SOURCE (SRC)
pour sélectionner [Tuner].
Utilisez la télécommande pour effectuer les
opérations suivantes.
Mémorisation automatique (BTM)
1
Appuyez sur MODE pour changer de
bande (FM1, FM2, FM3, AM1 ou AM2).
Ou encore, appuyez sur la touche  de
l’appareil pour changer de bande.
Lorsque vous effectuez le raccordement à
l’entrée à niveau élevé, consultez « AUX2 » dans
« Raccordement » pour obtenir plus de détails
(page 31).
3
2
Appuyez sur la touche MENU et
maintenez-la enfoncée, appuyez sur 
ou  pour sélectionner [General], puis
appuyez sur ENTER.
3
Appuyez sur  ou  pour sélectionner
[BTM], puis appuyez sur ENTER.
Appuyez sur SRC pour sélectionner
[AUX1].
L’appareil mémorise les stations sur les touches
numériques en respectant l’ordre des
fréquences.
Ou encore, sélectionnez [AUX2] pour le
raccordement à l’entrée à niveau élevé.
Pour faire correspondre le niveau de volume
de l’appareil raccordé à celui des autres
sources (pour AUX1 uniquement)
Démarrez la lecture sur l’appareil audio portatif
avec un niveau de volume modéré, puis réglez
votre appareil sur le volume d’écoute habituel.
Appuyez sur la touche MENU et maintenez-la
enfoncée, puis sélectionnez [Sound]  [AUX Level]
(page 20).
Syntonisation
1
Appuyez sur MODE pour changer de
bande (FM1, FM2, FM3, AM1 ou AM2).
Ou encore, appuyez sur la touche  de
l’appareil pour changer de bande.
2
Réglez la fréquence.
Pour syntoniser des stations manuellement
Appuyez sur la touche  ou  et maintenezla enfoncée pour localiser la fréquence
approximativement, puis appuyez plusieurs fois
sur  ou  pour régler la fréquence souhaitée
avec précision.
Pour syntoniser des stations automatiquement
Appuyez sur  ou . (Ou encore, appuyez sur
la touche  ou  de l’appareil et
maintenez-la enfoncée pendant plus de
1 seconde.)
Le balayage s’interrompt lorsque l’appareil
capte une station.
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Mémorisation manuelle
1
Lorsque vous captez la station que vous
souhaitez mémoriser, appuyez sur une
touche numérique (1 à 6) et maintenez-la
enfoncée jusqu’à ce que [MEM]
apparaisse.
Réception des stations mémorisées
1
Sélectionnez la bande, puis appuyez sur
une touche numérique (1 à 6).
Ou encore, appuyez sur la touche  ou 
de l’appareil.
Lecture
Lecture d’un périphérique USB
Dans ce mode d’emploi, « iPod » est utilisé comme
référence générale pour des fonctions iPod sur les
iPod et iPhone, sauf mention contraire dans le texte
ou les illustrations.
Pour plus de détails sur la compatibilité de votre
iPod, reportez-vous à la section « À propos du
iPod » (page 22) ou visitez notre site d’assistance à
l’adresse indiquée sur la couverture arrière.
Vous pouvez utiliser des périphériques USB de type
MSC (stockage de masse) (par exemple, mémoire
flash USB, lecteur média numérique, téléphone
intelligent Android) conformes à la norme USB.
Selon le lecteur média numérique ou le téléphone
intelligent Android, il peut être nécessaire de régler
le mode de connexion USB à MSC. (Un périphérique
USB en mode MTP ne sera pas disponible.)
Dossier « Music » et son emplacement (lors
du raccordement d’un périphérique USB)
Assurez-vous d’enregistrer les fichiers audio dans
un dossier nommé « Music » et d’organiser le
dossier directement sous le répertoire racine du
périphérique USB. Sinon, l’appareil ne reconnaîtra
pas les fichiers audio du périphérique.
Remarques
 Pour plus de détails sur la compatibilité de votre
périphérique USB, visitez notre site d’assistance à
l’adresse indiquée sur la couverture arrière.
 En cours de lecture USB, l’opération d’avance rapide/
de retour rapide n’est pas prise en charge.
 L’appareil commence à lire la structure de fichiers du
périphérique raccordé lorsque la lecture est
effectuée.
 [*] apparaît dans l’affichage pendant que l’appareil lit
la structure de fichiers du périphérique raccordé.
Pendant que [*] est affiché, il n’est pas possible
d’effectuer un saut de plage ou d’album (dossier).
 En cours de lecture USB via le port USB type-A, un
fichier DSD du périphérique raccordé est converti au
format PCM.
 La lecture des fichiers suivants n’est pas prise en
charge.
WMA/AAC :
 fichiers avec protection des droits d’auteur
 fichiers DRM (Gestion des droits numériques)
WMA :
 fichiers avec compression sans perte
 fichiers audio multicanal
 À titre indicatif, reconnaître un total de 2 000 fichiers
audio dans 200 dossiers du périphérique USB prend
environ 150 secondes.
 L’appareil pourrait prendre un certain temps à
reconnaître le périphérique USB en cas d’actualisation
de son organisation des fichiers.
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 Avant de raccorder le périphérique USB, assurez-vous
de sélectionner USB1 ou USB2. Si un périphérique USB
avec structure de fichiers actualisée est raccordé
pendant que l’appareil et l’affichage sont éteints, ou
encore sans que USB1 ou USB2 soit sélectionné,
l’appareil ne reconnaîtra pas la plus récente
organisation des fichiers du périphérique.
 Avant de conduire votre véhicule, assurez-vous
que le périphérique prenant en charge le format
audio USB haute résolution ne produira pas un
niveau sonore élevé pendant la lecture (plus
particulièrement pendant la lecture au format
DSD natif).
1
1
Raccordez un périphérique prenant en
charge le format audio USB haute
résolution au port USB micro-B (page 11).
2
Faites fonctionner le périphérique pour
démarrer la lecture.
3
Réglez le volume sur cet appareil.
Raccordez un périphérique USB au port
USB type-A (page 11).
La lecture commence. (Selon l’organisation des
fichiers, la lecture peut prendre un instant à
démarrer.)
2
Réglez le volume sur cet appareil.
Pour suspendre la lecture
Appuyez sur .
Pour retirer le périphérique
Arrêtez la lecture, puis retirez le périphérique.
Pour afficher la fréquence d’échantillonnage
et la résolution du fichier audio en cours de
lecture
Pour arrêter la lecture
Faites fonctionner le périphérique pour arrêter la
lecture.
Les commandes de l’appareil ou de la
télécommande sont inopérantes.
Pour retirer le périphérique
Arrêtez la lecture, puis retirez le périphérique.
Appuyez sur DSPL pendant la lecture.
Remarques
 Lorsque la lecture DSD est effectuée via USB1 ou
USB2, la fréquence d’échantillonnage et la résolution
avant la conversion au format PCM sont affichées.
 Lorsqu’un iPod/iPhone est raccordé à USB1 ou USB2,
la fréquence d’échantillonnage et la résolution ne
s’affichent pas.
Précaution relative au iPhone
Lorsque vous raccordez un iPhone via un câble USB,
le volume de l’appel téléphonique est contrôlé par
le iPhone plutôt que par l’appareil. N’augmentez pas
le volume de l’appareil par inadvertance pendant un
appel téléphonique, car cela causerait une
accentuation soudaine du volume après l’appel.
Lecture d’un périphérique
prenant en charge le format
audio USB haute résolution
Pour plus de détails sur la compatibilité de votre
périphérique prenant en charge le format audio
USB haute résolution et du logiciel ou de
l’application de lecture audio prenant en charge le
format DSD, consultez le site d’assistance à
l’adresse indiquée sur la couverture arrière.
Pour votre sécurité
 N’utilisez pas le périphérique prenant en charge
le format audio USB haute résolution pendant la
conduite.
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Pour afficher la fréquence d’échantillonnage
et la résolution du fichier audio en cours de
lecture
Appuyez sur DSPL pendant la lecture.
Par exemple, les informations s’affichent de la
manière suivante :
[192/24] : 192 kHz/24 bits
[DSD 5.6MHz] : 5,6 MHz/1 bit
Remarques
 La lecture sans interruption est effectuée lorsque la
fréquence d’échantillonnage et la résolution sont
identiques à celles de la plage suivante ou
précédente.
 Si la fréquence d’échantillonnage et la résolution
affichées sont inappropriées, vérifiez les réglages du
périphérique et son raccordement.
 Dans le cas d’un fichier DSD sur un périphérique
raccordé via le port USB micro-B, la lecture au format
DSD natif est effectuée. En cours de lecture, assurezvous que la lecture au format DSD natif s’effectue
correctement sur le périphérique prenant en charge
le format audio USB haute résolution.
Interface de données, fréquence d’échantillonnage et
résolution correspondantes :
 PCM :
Max. 192 kHz/24 bits
 DSD :
ASIO natif : 2,8 MHz/1 bit, 5,6 MHz/1 bit
DoP : 2,8 MHz/1 bit, 5,6 MHz/1 bit
Lecture d’un périphérique
BLUETOOTH
Vous pouvez lire les contenus d’un périphérique
connecté qui prend en charge le profil BLUETOOTH
A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile).
L’utilisation d’un périphérique prenant en charge le
format LDAC est recommandée.
Recherche et lecture des plages
Utilisez la télécommande pour effectuer les
opérations suivantes.
Pour un iPod, la lecture répétée et la lecture
aléatoire ne sont pas disponibles.
Lecture répétée et lecture aléatoire
1
1
Établissez une connexion BLUETOOTH
avec le périphérique audio (page 9).
2
Appuyez sur SRC pour sélectionner [BT
Audio].
Ou encore, appuyez sur la touche SOURCE de la
télécommande.
3
Faites fonctionner le périphérique audio
pour démarrer la lecture.
4
Réglez le volume sur cet appareil.
Remarques
 Même si vous changez la source sur cet appareil, la
lecture ne s’interrompt pas sur le périphérique audio.
 [BT Audio] ne s’affiche pas pendant l’utilisation de
l’application « SongPal » via la fonction BLUETOOTH.
Pour faire correspondre le niveau de volume
du périphérique BLUETOOTH à celui des
autres sources
Démarrez la lecture sur le périphérique audio
BLUETOOTH avec un niveau de volume modéré,
puis réglez votre appareil sur le volume d’écoute
habituel.
Appuyez sur la touche MENU et maintenez-la
enfoncée, puis sélectionnez [BT Setting]  [BTA
Level] (page 20).
Pour appliquer le codec SBC uniquement
Appuyez sur la touche MENU de la télécommande
et maintenez-la enfoncée, puis réglez [Audio
Codec] dans [BT Setting] à [SBC] (page 20).
En cours de lecture USB1 ou USB2,
appuyez plusieurs fois sur REP ou SHUF
pour sélectionner le mode de lecture
souhaité.
La lecture dans le mode de lecture sélectionné
peut prendre un instant à démarrer.
Mode de lecture répétée :
 [Repeat Track] permet d’effectuer la lecture
de la plage à répétition.
 [Repeat Album] permet d’effectuer la lecture
des plages de l’album (dossier) à répétition.
 [Repeat OFF] permet d’annuler la lecture
répétée.
Mode de lecture aléatoire :
 [Shuffle Device] permet d’effectuer la lecture
de toutes les plages du dossier « Music »
dans un ordre aléatoire.
 [Shuffle OFF] permet d’annuler la lecture
aléatoire.
Remarques
 En cours de lecture répétée, le mode de lecture
aléatoire ne peut pas être sélectionné. En cours
de lecture aléatoire, seule l’option [Repeat Track]
peut être sélectionnée; l’option [Repeat Album]
ne peut pas être sélectionnée.
 L’option [Shuffle Device] est disponible
uniquement lorsque la lecture répétée est
désactivée.
 Lorsque la lecture aléatoire est effectuée ou
annulée, la lecture démarre à partir de la première
plage du dossier « Music ».
 Pendant que la lecture aléatoire est effectuée
avec l’option [Repeat Track] sélectionnée, le fait
d’appuyer sur  annule [Repeat Track] et
redémarre la lecture aléatoire à partir de la
première plage dans le dossier « Music ».
 En cours de lecture aléatoire, l’affichage de la liste
n’est pas disponible dans « SongPal ». Pour
permettre l’affichage de la liste, annulez le mode
de lecture aléatoire.
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Appel en mains libres (via BLUETOOTH
uniquement)
Opérations disponibles en
cours d’appel
Pour régler le volume de la sonnerie
Pour utiliser un téléphone cellulaire, connectez-le à
cet appareil. Pour plus de détails, reportez-vous à la
section « Préparation d’un périphérique
BLUETOOTH » (page 9). [BT Phone] devient
disponible pour la sélection de la source
uniquement lorsque la connexion « SongPal » est
établie.
Utilisez les commandes de l’appareil pour effectuer
les opérations suivantes.
Réception d’un appel
1
Appuyez sur une touche quelconque lors
de la réception d’un appel avec une
sonnerie.
L’appel téléphonique commence.
Remarque
La sonnerie et la voix de l’appelant sont émises
uniquement par l’appareil audio raccordé à FRONT
AUDIO OUT.
Pour refuser l’appel
Appuyez sur la touche suivante et maintenez-la
enfoncée :
 une touche autre que SRC pendant 2 secondes.
 SRC pendant 1 à 2 secondes.
Pour terminer l’appel
Appuyez sur SRC.
Faire un appel
Vous pouvez faire un appel via « SongPal »
uniquement. Pour plus de détails, reportez-vous à
la section « SongPal avec iPhone/téléphone
intelligent Android » (page 17).
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Tournez la molette de volume pendant la réception
d’un appel.
Pour régler le volume de la voix de
l’appelant
Tournez la molette de volume pendant un appel.
Réglage du volume pour le correspondant
(Réglage de gain de micro)
Appuyez sur  pendant un appel.
Niveaux de volume réglables : [MIC High], [MIC
Low], [MIC Middle].
Pour atténuer l’écho et les bruits (Mode
Correcteur d’écho/Correcteur de bruits)
Appuyez sur  pendant un appel.
Modes disponibles : [ECNC 1], [ECNC 2].
Pour alterner entre le mode mains libres et
le mode téléphone cellulaire
Pendant un appel, appuyez sur  pour faire
passer le son de l’appel téléphonique entre
l’appareil et le téléphone cellulaire.
Remarque
Selon le téléphone cellulaire utilisé, cette opération
pourrait ne pas être disponible.
Pour sélectionner la source
Appuyez plusieurs fois sur SOURCE.
Fonctions pratiques
SongPal avec iPhone/
téléphone intelligent Android
Le téléchargement de la
dernière version de « SongPal »
est requis à partir de la boutique
App Store pour le iPhone ou à
partir de Google Play pour le
téléphone intelligent Android.
Remarques
 Pour votre sécurité, respectez les
réglementations et lois locales
relatives à la circulation routière
et n’utilisez pas l’application
pendant la conduite.
 « SongPal » est une application permettant de
contrôler des périphériques audio Sony compatibles
avec « SongPal » à l’aide de votre iPhone/téléphone
intelligent Android.
 Les options qu’il est possible de contrôler à l’aide de
« SongPal » varient selon le périphérique connecté.
 Pour utiliser les fonctions de « SongPal », consultez
les détails sur votre iPhone/téléphone intelligent
Android.
 Pour plus de détails sur « SongPal », visitez l’adresse
URL suivante : http://rd1.sony.net/help/speaker/
songpal/
 Visitez le site Web ci-dessous et vérifiez les modèles
de iPhone/téléphone intelligent Android
compatibles.
Pour un iPhone : visitez l’App Store
Pour un téléphone intelligent Android : visitez Google
Play
Remarque
Pendant que « Settings » est sélectionné, les
commandes de l’appareil et la télécommande sont
inopérantes, à l’exception du volume. Faites
fonctionner votre iPhone/téléphone intelligent
Android.
Pour afficher la liste des sources
Tapotez sur l’icône de liste des sources dans
l’application « SongPal ».
Annonce de la réception de diverses
informations par commande vocale
(téléphone intelligent Android
uniquement)
Dès leur réception, les SMS, les notifications
Twitter/Facebook/Calendrier, etc., sont
automatiquement annoncés par l’appareil audio
raccordé à FRONT AUDIO OUT.
Établissement de la connexion SongPal
1
Établissez la connexion BLUETOOTH avec
le iPhone/téléphone intelligent Android
(page 9).
2
Démarrez l’application « SongPal ».
La connexion au iPhone/téléphone intelligent
Android démarre.
Pour plus de détails sur le fonctionnement du
iPhone/téléphone intelligent Android, consultez
la section d’aide de l’application.
Si le numéro de périphérique s’affiche
Pour plus de détails sur les réglages, consultez la
section d’aide de l’application.
Réponse à un message SMS (téléphone
intelligent Android uniquement)
Vous pouvez répondre à un message.
1
Tapotez sur l’icône de réponse dans l’application
« SongPal ».
L’affichage de saisie de message apparaît.
Entrez un message de réponse à l’aide de la
reconnaissance vocale.
La liste de messages disponibles apparaît.
Tapotez sur le message souhaité.
Le message est envoyé.
Assurez-vous que le numéro s’affiche (par exemple,
123456), puis sélectionnez [Oui] sur le iPhone/
téléphone intelligent Android.
2
Sélection de la source ou de l’application
3
Vous pouvez utiliser l’appareil pour sélectionner la
source ou l’application souhaitée sur le iPhone/
téléphone intelligent Android.
Pour plus de détails, consultez la section d’aide de
l’application.
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Réglages du son et de l’affichage
Vous pouvez ajuster les réglages reliés au son et à
l’affichage via le iPhone/téléphone intelligent
Android.
Réglages
Configuration de base
Pour plus de détails sur les réglages, consultez la
section d’aide de l’application.
Vous pouvez configurer des paramètres dans les
catégories de configuration suivantes :
Configuration générale (General), Configuration
sonore (Sound), Configuration BLUETOOTH (BT
Setting)
Le réglage à l’aide de « SongPal » est également
disponible (page 17).
(Lorsque le téléphone BT est sélectionné, seule la
configuration BLUETOOTH est disponible.)
Utilisez la télécommande pour effectuer les
opérations suivantes.
1
Appuyez sur la touche MENU et
maintenez-la enfoncée, appuyez sur 
ou  pour sélectionner la catégorie de
configuration, puis appuyez sur ENTER.
Les paramètres peuvent être réglés selon la
source et le réglage.
2
Appuyez sur  ou  pour sélectionner
les options, puis appuyez sur ENTER.
Pour retourner à l’écran précédent
Appuyez sur
.
Configuration générale
(General)
Clock Adjust (page 9)
Dimmer
Réduit l’intensité de la fenêtre d’affichage : [ON],
[OFF], [Auto].
([Auto] est disponible uniquement lorsque le
câble de commande d’éclairage est raccordé et
que les phares sont allumés).
Optical Out
Permet de sélectionner le réglage de sortie
optique : [OFF], [48kHz], [96kHz].
(La commande de volume de l’appareil est
inopérante lorsque l’option est réglée à [48kHz]
ou [96kHz].)
BTM (mémorisation des meilleurs accords)
(page 12)
(Disponible uniquement lorsque le récepteur est
sélectionné.)
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Firmware
(Disponible uniquement lorsque la source est
désactivée et que l’horloge est affichée.)
Permet de vérifier/mettre à jour la version du
micrologiciel. Pour plus de détails, visitez le site
d’assistance à l’adresse indiquée sur la
couverture arrière.
Version
Affiche la version de micrologiciel actuelle.
Update
Permet d’accéder au processus de mise à jour du
micrologiciel : [NO], [YES].
La mise à jour du micrologiciel prend quelques
minutes. Pendant la mise à jour, ne tournez pas
la clé de contact à la position OFF.
Configuration sonore (Sound)
Vous pouvez également ouvrir ce menu de
configuration en appuyant sur SOUND. Si [Optical
Out] est réglé à [48kHz] ou [96kHz], ce menu de
configuration n’est pas disponible.
Subwoofer
(Réglage automatique à [OFF] si [Optical Out] est
réglé à [48kHz] ou [96kHz].) (Non disponible
pendant la lecture au format DSD natif lorsque
USB-DAC est sélectionné.)
Sub Level (niveau du caisson de graves)
Permet de régler le niveau du caisson de
graves : [+10dB] – [0dB] – [-10dB].
Sub Phase (phase du caisson de graves)
Permet de sélectionner la phase du caisson de
graves : [Normal], [Reverse].
LPF Freq (fréquence de filtre passe-bas)
Permet de sélectionner la fréquence de coupure
du caisson de graves : [OFF], [50Hz], [63Hz],
[79Hz], [99Hz], [125Hz], [158Hz], [198Hz], [250Hz].
LPF Slope (pente de filtre passe-bas)
Permet de sélectionner la pente de filtre passebas LPF (applicable uniquement lorsque l’option
[LPF Freq] n’est pas réglée à [OFF]) : [SLP1]
(-12 dB/oct), [SLP2] (-24 dB/oct), [SLP3] (-36 dB/
oct), [SLP4] (-48 dB/oct).
LPF Mode (mode de filtre passe-bas)
Permet de régler le mode du filtre : [Mono],
[Stereo].
HPF Freq (fréquence de filtre passe-haut)
Permet de sélectionner la fréquence de coupure
du haut-parleur avant/arrière : [OFF], [50Hz],
[63Hz], [79Hz], [99Hz], [125Hz], [158Hz], [198Hz],
[250Hz].
HPF Slope (pente de filtre passe-haut)
Permet de sélectionner la pente de filtre passehaut HPF (applicable uniquement lorsque
l’option [HPF Freq] n’est pas réglée à [OFF]) :
[SLP1] (-12 dB/oct), [SLP2] (-24 dB/oct), [SLP3]
(-36 dB/oct), [SLP4] (-48 dB/oct).
Sub DSD (caisson de graves DSD)
(Disponible pendant la lecture au format DSD
natif lorsque USB-DAC est sélectionné.)
LPF Freq (fréquence de filtre passe-bas)
Permet de sélectionner la fréquence de coupure
du caisson de graves : [OFF], [150Hz].
LPF Mode (mode de filtre passe-bas)
Permet de régler le mode du filtre : [Mono],
[Stereo].
Pos Custom (position personnalisée)
Permet de régler l’option [Custom] de [Pos
Preset].
(Disponible lorsqu’une source autre que le
téléphone BT est sélectionnée.) (Réglage
automatique à [OFF] si [Optical Out] est réglé à
[48kHz] ou [96kHz].)
Front Left, Front Right, Rear Left, Rear Right,
Subwoofer
Permet de régler la distance entre votre position
souhaitée et le haut-parleur.
Plage de réglage : [0] – [350] cm (0 à 11,5 pi)
([Subwoofer] n’est pas disponible pendant la
lecture au format DSD natif lorsque USB-DAC est
sélectionné.)
Pos Preset (position présélectionnée)
F/R Pos (position avant/arrière)
Permet de simuler un champ acoustique naturel
en retardant les sons émis par les haut-parleurs
en fonction de votre position :
 [Front Left],
 [Front Right],
 [Front],
 [ALL] (centre de votre véhicule),
[Custom] (position réglée dans [Pos Custom]),
[OFF] (aucune position réglée)
Adjust Pos* (ajustement de position)
Permet de régler la position d’écoute avec
précision : [+3] – [0] – [-3].
Subwoofer* (position du caisson de graves)
 [Near],
 [Normal],
 [Far]
EQ10 Preset
Permet de sélectionner une courbe d’égaliseur
parmi 10 courbes d’égaliseur ou de désactiver la
fonction : [OFF], [R & B], [Rock], [Pop], [Dance],
[Hip-Hop], [Electronica], [Jazz], [Soul], [Country],
[Custom] (courbe d’égaliseur réglée par
« SongPal »).
Le réglage de courbe d’égaliseur peut être
mémorisé pour chaque source.
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(Disponible lorsqu’une source autre que le
téléphone BT est sélectionnée.) (Réglage
automatique à [OFF] si [Optical Out] est réglé à
[48kHz] ou [96kHz].) (Non disponible pendant la
lecture au format DSD natif lorsque USB-DAC est
sélectionné.)
Balance
Permet de régler l’équilibre du son : [R-15] –
[Center] – [L-15].
(Disponible lorsqu’une source autre que le
téléphone BT est sélectionnée.) (Réglage
automatique à [OFF] si [Optical Out] est réglé à
[48kHz] ou [96kHz].)
Fader
Permet de régler le niveau relatif : [F-15] –
[Center] – [R-15].
(Disponible lorsqu’une source autre que le
téléphone BT est sélectionnée.) (Réglage
automatique à [OFF] si [Optical Out] est réglé à
[48kHz] ou [96kHz].)
Loudness
Permet de renforcer les graves et les aigus pour
vous permettre d’entendre les sons clairement à
des volumes faibles : [OFF], [ON].
(Non disponible pendant la lecture au format
DSD natif lorsque USB-DAC est sélectionné.)
DSEE HX (moteur d’amélioration sonore numérique
HX)
Permet d’améliorer la qualité des sons
compressés numériquement en restaurant les
hautes fréquences supprimées lors du processus
de compression.
Ce réglage peut être mémorisé pour chaque
source autre que le récepteur ou AUX.
Permet de sélectionner le mode DSEE HX : [OFF],
[ON].
(Disponible uniquement lorsque USB1, USB2,
USB-DAC ou BT Audio est sélectionné.) (Réglage
automatique à [OFF] si [Optical Out] est réglé à
une option autre que [OFF].) (Non disponible
pendant la lecture au format DSD natif lorsque
USB-DAC est sélectionné.)
AUX Level (pour AUX1 uniquement)
Permet de régler le niveau de volume de chaque
périphérique auxiliaire raccordé : [+18dB] – [0dB]
– [-8dB].
Ce réglage évite de régler le niveau de volume
entre les sources.
* Ne s’affiche pas lorsque [F/R Pos] est réglé à [OFF].
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Configuration BLUETOOTH (BT
Setting)
BT Signal (signal BLUETOOTH) (page 11)
Permet d’activer/de désactiver la fonction
BLUETOOTH.
Pairing (pairage BLUETOOTH) (page 10)
BTA Level (niveau audio BLUETOOTH)
Permet de régler le niveau de volume de chaque
périphérique BLUETOOTH connecté : [+6dB] –
[0dB] – [-6dB]. Ce réglage évite de régler le
niveau de volume entre les sources.
Audio Codec
Permet de sélectionner le type de codec audio
BLUETOOTH : [AUTO] (LDAC, AAC, SBC), [SBC].
(Non disponible via « SongPal ».)
Auto Answer
Permet de configurer cet appareil pour répondre
automatiquement aux appels reçus : [OFF],
[3sec], [10sec].
Ring Tone
Permet de sélectionner la sonnerie de cet
appareil ou du téléphone cellulaire connecté :
[TONE 1] (cet appareil), [TONE 2] (téléphone
cellulaire).
BT Initialize
Permet d’initialiser tous les réglages
BLUETOOTH (informations de pairage,
informations sur le périphérique, etc.) : [NO],
[YES].
Avant de mettre l’appareil au rebut, initialisez
tous les réglages.
Réglage de sortie optique et réglages sonores disponibles
Les réglages sonores disponibles varient en fonction du réglage de sortie optique et de la source
sélectionnée.
Subwoofer
Optical
Out
Tuner
USB1 (avant),
USB2 (arrière)
USB-DAC
(PCM)
USB-DAC
(DSD)
AUX1
(avant)
AUX2 (entrée
à niveau
BT Audio
élevé)
BT
Phone
OFF



–



–
48 kHz,
96 kHz
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
OFF
–
–
–
(OFF,
150 Hz)
–
–
–
–
48 kHz,
96 kHz
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–

Sub DSD
Pos Custom
Pos Preset
EQ10 Preset
Balance
Fader
Loudness
OFF



*



–
48 kHz,
96 kHz
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
OFF







–
48 kHz,
96 kHz
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
OFF



–



–
48 kHz,
96 kHz
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
OFF







–
48 kHz,
96 kHz
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
OFF







–
48 kHz,
96 kHz
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
OFF



–



–
48 kHz,
96 kHz
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–


OFF
–
Max.
48 kHz
Max.
48 kHz
–
–
–

Max.
48 kHz
–
48 kHz,
96 kHz
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
DSEE HX
* Seule l’option [Subwoofer] dans [Pos Custom] n’est pas disponible.
21FR
À propos du iPod
Informations complémentaires
Mise à jour du micrologiciel
Pour mettre à jour le micrologiciel, visitez le site
d’assistance à l’adresse indiquée sur la couverture
arrière, puis suivez les instructions en ligne.
La mise à jour du micrologiciel prend quelques
minutes. Pendant la mise à jour, ne tournez pas la
clé de contact à la position OFF.
Remarque
L’utilisation d’un périphérique USB (non fourni) est
requise pour la mise à jour du micrologiciel. Enregistrez
le logiciel de mise à jour sur le périphérique USB,
raccordez le périphérique au port USB1 (avant), puis
effectuez la mise à jour. Le port USB2 (arrière) ne peut
pas être utilisé pour la mise à jour.
 Si votre véhicule est resté stationné en plein
soleil, laissez l’appareil refroidir avant de l’utiliser.
 Ne laissez pas les appareils audio à l’intérieur du
véhicule, car la température élevée résultant du
rayonnement direct du soleil pourrait causer un
problème de fonctionnement.
 L’antenne électrique se déploie
automatiquement, selon le type de véhicule.
 Lors de l’utilisation de l’appareil dans un endroit
froid, la rotation de la molette de volume pourrait
s’effectuer un peu moins facilement.
Pour conserver un son de haute qualité
Ne renversez pas de liquide sur l’appareil.
Ordre de lecture des fichiers audio
Périphérique USB (Racine)
Dossier (album)
Fichier audio (plage)
* Pour le nom du dossier « Music » sous le répertoire
racine, aucune restriction ne s’applique à l’utilisation
des lettres en majuscules ou minuscules. (« Music »,
« music » et « MUSIC » sont valides.)
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Modèles de iPhone/iPod compatibles
Modèle compatible
Bluetooth®
USB
iPhone 6 Plus


iPhone 6


iPhone 5s


iPhone 5c


iPhone 5


iPhone 4s


iPhone 4


iPhone 3GS



iPhone 3G
Précautions
Music*
 Vous pouvez raccorder cet appareil aux modèles
d’iPod suivants. Mettez vos périphériques iPod à
jour avec le logiciel le plus récent avant toute
utilisation.
iPod touch
(5ème génération)


iPod touch
(4ème génération)


iPod touch
(3ème génération)

iPod touch
(2ème génération)

iPod classic

iPod nano
(7ème génération)

iPod nano
(6ème génération)

iPod nano
(5ème génération)

iPod nano
(4ème génération)

iPod nano
(3ème génération)

 « Made for iPod » et « Made for iPhone »
signifient qu’un accessoire électronique a été
conçu pour être connecté spécifiquement à un
iPod ou un iPhone, respectivement, et qu’il a été
certifié par le développeur comme étant
conforme aux normes de performances Apple.
Apple n’est pas responsable du bon
fonctionnement de cet appareil ni de sa
conformité aux normes et réglementations de
sécurité. Veuillez noter que l’utilisation de cet
accessoire avec un iPod ou un iPhone peut
affecter les performances des transmissions sans
fil.
Si vous avez des questions ou des problèmes
concernant cet appareil qui ne sont pas abordés
dans ce mode d’emploi, contactez votre détaillant
Sony le plus proche.
Entretien
Remplacement de la pile au lithium de la
télécommande
Sous des conditions normales d’utilisation, la pile
durera environ 1 an (selon les conditions
d’utilisation, la durée de vie utile peut être réduite).
Lorsque la pile est faible, la portée de la
télécommande diminue.
ATTENTION
La pile pourrait exploser si elle n’est pas remplacée
correctement. Remplacez-la uniquement avec le
même type de pile ou un type équivalent.
Pôle + vers le haut
Caractéristiques techniques
Radio
FM
Plage de syntonisation : 87,5 à 107,9 MHz
Borne d’antenne :
Connecteur d’antenne externe
Fréquence intermédiaire :
FM CCIR : -1 956,5 à -487,3 kHz et
+500,0 à +2 095,4 kHz
Sensibilité utile : 8 dBf
Sélectivité : 75 dB à 400 kHz
Rapport signal/bruit : 73 dB
Séparation : 50 dB à 1 kHz
Réponse en fréquence : 20 à 15 000 Hz
AM
Plage de syntonisation : 530 à 1 710 kHz
Borne d’antenne :
Connecteur d’antenne externe
Sensibilité : 26 μV
Lecteur USB
Remarques sur la pile au lithium
 Tenez la pile au lithium hors de la portée des enfants.
En cas d’ingestion de la pile, consultez
immédiatement un médecin.
 Essuyez la pile avec un chiffon sec pour assurer un
bon contact.
 Veillez à respecter la polarité lors de l’installation de la
pile.
 Ne tenez pas la pile avec des pinces métalliques, car
cela pourrait causer un court-circuit.
Interface : USB (haute vitesse)
Courant maximal : 1,5 A (conforme USB BC1.2)
Nombre maximal de dossiers reconnaissables : 997
(y compris le dossier « Music » sous le répertoire
racine)
Nombre maximal de plages reconnaissables :
10 000
Codecs correspondants :
MP3 (.mp3) :
16/22,05/24/32/44,1/48 kHz, 16 à 320 kbit/s
(CBR/VBR)
AAC (.m4a, .mp4, .3gp) :
16/22,05/24/32/44,1/48/88,2/96 kHz,
16 à 320 kbit/s (CBR/VBR)
WMA (.wma) :
32/44,1/48 kHz, 16 à 320 kbit/s (CBR/VBR)
WAV (.wav) :
16/22,05/24/32/44,1/48/88,2/96/176,4/
192 kHz (16/24 bits)
AIFF (.aiff, .aif) :
32/44,1/48/88,2/96/176,4/192 kHz
(16/24 bits)
FLAC (.flac) :
16/22,05/24/32/44,1/48/88,2/96/176,4/
192 kHz (16/24 bits)
ALAC (.m4a) :
16/22,05/24/32/44,1/48/88,2/96/176,4/
192 kHz (16/24 bits)
DSD (DSF/DSDIFF)* (.dsf, .dff) :
2,8 MHz (1 bit)
* via le port USB type-A, la conversion PCM est
effectuée pendant la lecture.
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Lecteur USB-DAC
Interface : USB micro-B
Rapport signal/bruit : 117 dB (à 1 kHz)
Réponse en fréquence : 20 Hz à 90 kHz (-3 dB)
Distorsion harmonique : 0,007 % ou moins (à 1 kHz)
Interface de données, fréquence d’échantillonnage
et résolution correspondantes :
PCM : Max. 192 kHz/24 bits
DSD :
ASIO natif : 2,8 MHz/1 bit, 5,6 MHz/1 bit
DoP : 2,8 MHz/1 bit, 5,6 MHz/1 bit
Communication sans fil
Système de communication :
Norme BLUETOOTH version 3.0
Sortie :
Norme BLUETOOTH Power Class 2
(Max. +4 dBm)
Portée de communication maximale :
En ligne directe, environ 7 m (23 pi)*1
Bande de fréquence :
Bande de 2,4 GHz (2,4000 à 2,4835 GHz)
Méthode de modulation : FHSS
Profils BLUETOOTH compatibles*2 :
A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) 1.3
AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Profile) 1.5
HFP (Handsfree Profile) 1.6
SPP (Serial Port Profile)
Codecs correspondants :
SBC (.sbc), AAC (.m4a) et LDAC (.ldac)
*1 La portée réelle varie en fonction de nombreux
facteurs, tels que la présence d’obstacles entre les
périphériques, les champs magnétiques autour des
fours à micro-ondes, l’électricité statique, la
sensibilité de la réception, les performances de
l’antenne, le système d’exploitation, les applications
logicielles, etc.
*2 Les profils standard BLUETOOTH sont destinés à la
communication BLUETOOTH entre les périphériques.
Généralités
Dispositif DAC (Digital Audio Converter –
Convertisseur audio numérique) : ES9018S par
ESS Technology, Inc.
Sorties :
Borne de sorties audio (FRONT, REAR, SUB)
Borne de commande de relais d’antenne
électrique/d’amplificateur de puissance (REM
OUT)
Borne de sortie optique
Entrées :
Borne d’entrée à niveau élevé (3 V à 12 V)
Borne d’entrée de télécommande
Borne d’entrée de l’antenne
Borne d’entrée MIC
Prise d’entrée AUX (mini-prise stéréo)
Port USB type-A (avant, arrière)
Port USB micro-B
Alimentation requise : Batterie de véhicule 12 V CC
(masse négative)
Consommation de courant nominale : 10 A
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Dimensions :
Environ 178 mm × 50 mm × 167 mm
(7 1/8 po × 2 po × 6 5/8 po) (l/h/p)
Dimensions de montage :
Environ 182 mm × 53 mm × 154 mm
(7 1/4 po × 2 1/8 po × 6 1/8 po) (l/h/p)
Poids : Environ 1,5 kg (3 lb 3 oz)
Contenu de l’emballage :
Appareil principal (1)
Télécommande (1) : RM-X261
Microphone (1)
Composants destinés à l’installation et aux
raccordements (1 jeu)
Câble USB (1)
La conception et les caractéristiques techniques
sont sujettes à modification sans préavis.
Droits d’auteur
La marque et les logos Bluetooth® sont des
marques déposées de Bluetooth SIG, Inc. qui sont
utilisées sous licence uniquement par Sony
Corporation. Les autres marques de commerce et
noms de commerce appartiennent à leurs
propriétaires respectifs.
Le symbole N est une marque de commerce de NFC
Forum, Inc. déposée ou non, aux États-Unis et dans
d’autres pays.
Windows Media est une marque déposée ou une
marque de commerce de Microsoft Corporation aux
États-Unis et/ou dans les autres pays.
Ce produit est protégé par des droits de propriété
intellectuelle de Microsoft Corporation. Toute
utilisation ou diffusion de la technologie décrite
sortant du cadre de l’utilisation de ce produit est
interdite sans licence accordée par Microsoft ou
une filiale autorisée de Microsoft.
iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano et iPod touch
sont des marques de Apple Inc., déposées aux
États-Unis et dans d’autres pays/régions. App Store
est une marque de service de Apple Inc.
Licence de la technologie de codage audio MPEG
Layer-3 et des brevets obtenue de Fraunhofer IIS et
Thomson.
Google, Google Play et Android sont des marques
de Google Inc.
WALKMAN® et le logo WALKMAN® sont des
marques déposées de Sony Corporation.
LDAC™ et le logo LDAC sont des marques
commerciales de Sony Corporation.
libFLAC
Copyright (C) 2000-2009 Josh Coalson
Copyright (C) 2011-2013 Fondation Xiph.Org
La redistribution et l’utilisation sous formes binaire
et source, avec ou sans modification, sont permises
sous réserve des conditions suivantes :
 Les redistributions du code source doivent
conserver l’avis de droit d’auteur ci-dessus, cette
liste de conditions et la renonciation suivante.
 Les redistributions sous forme binaire doivent
reproduire l’avis de droit d’auteur ci-dessus, cette
liste de conditions et la renonciation suivante
dans la documentation et/ou tout autre matériel
fourni lors de la distribution.
 Ni le nom de la Fondation Xiph.org ni les noms de
ses contributeurs ne doivent être utilisés pour
endosser ou promouvoir les produits dérivés de
ce logiciel sans autorisation écrite préalable.
CE LOGICIEL EST FOURNI « TEL QUEL » PAR LES
DÉTENTEURS DE DROITS D’AUTEUR ET
CONTRIBUTEURS, ET TOUTES LES GARANTIES
EXPRESSES OU IMPLICITES, Y COMPRIS, SANS EN
EXCLURE D’AUTRES, LES GARANTIES IMPLICITES DE
VALEUR MARCHANDE ET D’ADAPTATION À UN
USAGE PARTICULIER SONT DÉCLINÉES. LA
FONDATION OU LES CONTRIBUTEURS NE PEUVENT
EN AUCUN CAS ÊTRE TENUS RESPONSABLES DES
DOMMAGES DIRECTS, INDIRECTS, ACCESSOIRES,
SPÉCIAUX, EXEMPLAIRES OU CONSÉCUTIFS (Y
COMPRIS, SANS EN EXCLURE D’AUTRES,
L’APPROVISIONNEMENT DE BIENS OU DE SERVICES
DE REMPLACEMENT; LA PERTE D’UTILISATION, DE
DONNÉES OU DE PROFITS; OU L’INTERRUPTION
D’ACTIVITÉS COMMERCIALES) QUELLES QU’EN
SOIENT LA CAUSE ET LA THÉORIE DE
RESPONSABILITÉ, PAR CONTRAT, RESPONSABILITÉ
ABSOLUE OU CIVILE (Y COMPRIS LA NÉGLIGENCE OU
AUTRE) SURVENANT DE QUELQUE FAÇON QUI SOIT
DE L’UTILISATION DE CE LOGICIEL, MÊME SI AVERTIS
DE LA POSSIBILITÉ DE TELS DOMMAGES.
Dépannage
La liste de vérification suivante vous aidera à
remédier aux problèmes que vous pourriez
rencontrer avec cet appareil.
Avant de passer en revue la liste ci-dessous, vérifiez
les procédures de raccordement et d’utilisation.
Pour plus de détails sur l’utilisation du fusible et le
retrait de l’appareil du tableau de bord, reportezvous à « Raccordement/Installation » (page 30).
Si vous ne parvenez pas à régler le problème,
visitez le site d’assistance à l’adresse indiquée sur la
couverture arrière.
Généralités
L’appareil n’est pas alimenté.
 Si l’appareil est éteint et que l’affichage disparaît,
il est impossible de commander l’appareil avec la
télécommande.
 Mettez l’appareil en marche en appuyant sur
SRC.
Aucun son n’est émis ou le son est très faible.
 La position de la commande d’équilibre avant/
arrière [Fader] n’est pas réglée pour un système à
2 haut-parleurs.
 Le volume de l’appareil et/ou du périphérique
connecté est très faible.
 Augmentez le volume de l’appareil et du
périphérique connecté.
Le contenu de la mémoire a été effacé.
 La touche de réinitialisation a été enfoncée.
 Recommencez la procédure d’enregistrement
dans la mémoire.
 Le câble d’alimentation ou la batterie a été
déconnecté(e) ou n’est pas raccordé(e)
correctement.
Les stations mémorisées sont effacées et l’heure
est remise à zéro.
Le fusible est grillé.
Émission d’un bruit lorsque la position de la clé
de contact est modifiée.
 Les câbles ne sont pas raccordés correctement au
connecteur d’alimentation du véhicule destiné
aux accessoires.
L’affichage disparaît de la fenêtre d’affichage ou
il n’apparaît pas.
 [Dimmer] (régulateur de luminosité) est réglé à
[ON] (page 18).
 L’affichage est désactivé si vous maintenez la
touche OFF enfoncée.
 Maintenez enfoncée la touche SRC de l’appareil
jusqu’à ce que l’affichage apparaisse.
25FR
Les touches de commande ne fonctionnent pas.
 Le raccordement est incorrect.
 Vérifiez le raccordement de l’appareil.
Si la situation ne s’améliore pas, appuyez sur la
touche de réinitialisation (page 9).
Les contenus de la mémoire sont effacés.
Pour votre sécurité, ne réinitialisez pas
l’appareil pendant que vous conduisez.
Réception radio
Impossible de capter les stations.
Le son est parasité.
 Le raccordement est incorrect.
 Si votre véhicule est équipé d’une antenne de
radio intégrée dans la fenêtre arrière ou
latérale, raccordez un câble REM OUT (rayé
bleu/blanc) ou un câble d’alimentation
d’accessoires (rouge) au câble d’alimentation
de l’amplificateur d’antenne du véhicule.
 Vérifiez le raccordement de l’antenne du
véhicule.
 Si l’antenne automatique ne se déploie pas,
vérifiez le raccordement du câble de
commande d’antenne électrique.
Impossible de capter une station
présélectionnée.
 Le signal capté est trop faible.
Lecture de périphérique USB
Impossible de lire des éléments à l’aide d’un
concentrateur USB.
 Cet appareil ne peut pas reconnaître les
périphériques USB raccordés au moyen d’un
concentrateur USB.
La lecture sur un périphérique USB exige un délai
de démarrage plus long.
 Le périphérique USB contient de nombreux
fichiers ou une structure de fichiers complexe.
Le son est intermittent.
 Il est possible que le son soit intermittent à un
débit binaire élevé.
 La lecture des fichiers DRM (Gestion des droits
numériques) pourrait être impossible dans
certains cas.
Impossible de lire le fichier audio.
 Les systèmes de fichier autres que FAT16, FAT32
ou exFAT d’un périphérique USB ne sont pas pris
en charge.*
* Cet appareil prend en charge les systèmes FAT16,
FAT32 et exFAT. Par contre, certains périphériques USB
pourraient ne pas prendre en charge ces systèmes
FAT. Pour plus de détails, reportez-vous au mode
d’emploi de chacun des périphériques USB ou
communiquez avec le fabricant.
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Impossible d’accéder à la plage suivante ou
précédente.
 Pendant que [*] est affiché après le raccordement
du périphérique USB, l’appareil est occupé à lire
la structure de fichiers du périphérique. Attendez
que la lecture soit terminée.
La fréquence d’échantillonnage et la résolution
ne s’affichent pas ou une fréquence
d’échantillonnage et une résolution incorrectes
s’affichent.
 Vérifiez que les contenus du périphérique USB
comportent les informations de fréquence
d’échantillonnage et de résolution.
 Attendez un instant, puis appuyez de nouveau
sur DSPL. La lecture des informations peut
prendre quelques instants.
 Lorsqu’un iPod/iPhone est raccordé à USB1 ou
USB2, la fréquence d’échantillonnage et la
résolution ne s’affichent pas.
Lecture USB DAC
Aucun son.
 Vérifiez que le périphérique prenant en charge le
format audio USB haute résolution et l’appareil
sont correctement raccordés.
 Vérifiez que les réglages du périphérique prenant
en charge le format audio USB haute résolution
sont correctement configurés.
La fréquence d’échantillonnage et la résolution
ne s’affichent pas ou une fréquence
d’échantillonnage et une résolution incorrectes
s’affichent.
 Vérifiez que les réglages du périphérique prenant
en charge le format audio USB haute résolution
et du logiciel ou de l’application de lecture audio
sont correctement configurés.
 Attendez un instant, puis appuyez de nouveau
sur DSPL. La lecture des informations peut
prendre quelques instants.
 Selon le logiciel ou l’application de lecture audio,
la résolution affichée pourrait être différente de la
résolution réelle du fichier audio.
Fonctionnement avec un ordinateur
Aucun son n’est émis ou le son n’est pas émis
correctement.
 L’appareil ne reconnaît pas l’ordinateur en tant
que périphérique USB.
 Redémarrez votre ordinateur.
 Installez le pilote logiciel « Sony USB Device
Driver » sur votre ordinateur Windows s’il n’est
pas installé. Pour plus de détails sur le pilote
logiciel, visitez le site d’assistance à l’adresse
indiquée sur la couverture arrière.
Pour l’installation, reportez-vous au manuel
d’aide de votre ordinateur.
 Augmentez le volume de votre ordinateur ou
logiciel.
 L’ordinateur est raccordé à l’appareil pendant que
le logiciel de lecture audio est en cours
d’utilisation.
 Redémarrez le logiciel de lecture audio sur
l’ordinateur.
 Vérifiez que le logiciel de lecture audio en cours
d’utilisation est compatible avec les fichiers
audio haute résolution. L’utilisation de « Hi-Res
Audio Player » ou « Media Go » est
recommandée. Pour plus de détails, visitez le site
d’assistance à l’adresse indiquée sur la
couverture arrière.
 L’ordinateur passe en mode de veille ou de mise
en veille prolongée pendant la lecture.
 Redémarrez le logiciel de lecture audio sur
l’ordinateur.
 Vérifiez que les paramètres de périphérique
audio de votre ordinateur sont configurés
correctement.
Pour plus de détails, reportez-vous au manuel
fourni avec votre ordinateur.
 Annulez l’atténuation sonore de votre ordinateur
ou du logiciel de lecture audio.
 Vérifiez que le lecteur de CD-ROM prenant en
charge la fonction de reproduction numérique
est utilisé.
Fonction NFC
Impossible d’établir la connexion par simple
contact (NFC).
 Le signal BLUETOOTH de cet appareil n’est pas
activé.
 Appuyez sur la touche MENU de la
télécommande et maintenez-la enfoncée,
sélectionnez [BT Setting]  [BT Signal], puis
appuyez sur ENTER.
 Si le téléphone intelligent ne répond pas au
contact.
 Vérifiez que la fonction NFC du téléphone
intelligent est activée.
 Rapprochez le symbole N du téléphone
intelligent du symbole N de cet appareil.
 Si le téléphone intelligent est placé dans un
étui, retirez ce dernier.
 La sensibilité de réception NFC varie en fonction
du périphérique.
Si la connexion par simple contact avec le
téléphone intelligent échoue à plusieurs reprises,
établissez la connexion BLUETOOTH
manuellement.
Fonction BLUETOOTH
Le périphérique à connecter ne détecte pas cet
appareil.
 Avant d’effectuer le pairage, réglez cet appareil
en mode de veille de pairage.
 Pendant la connexion avec un périphérique
BLUETOOTH, cet appareil ne peut pas être
détecté par un autre périphérique.
 Désactivez la connexion en cours et recherchez
cet appareil à partir de l’autre périphérique.
 Une fois le pairage du périphérique effectué,
activez la transmission du signal BLUETOOTH
(page 11).
Impossible d’établir la connexion.
 La connexion est contrôlée à partir d’un côté (cet
appareil ou le périphérique BLUETOOTH), mais
pas des deux.
 Établissez la connexion à cet appareil à partir
d’un périphérique BLUETOOTH ou vice versa.
Le nom du périphérique détecté ne s’affiche pas.
 Selon l’état de l’autre périphérique, il peut être
impossible d’obtenir un nom.
Pas de sonnerie.
 Réglez le volume en tournant la molette de
volume pendant la réception d’un appel.
 Selon le périphérique à connecter, la sonnerie
peut ne pas être émise correctement.
 Réglez [Ring Tone] à [TONE 1] (page 20).
 La sonnerie est émise uniquement par un
appareil audio raccordé à FRONT AUDIO OUT.
 Raccordez un appareil audio à FRONT AUDIO
OUT de l’appareil.
La voix de l’appelant est inaudible.
 La voix de l’appelant est émise uniquement par
un appareil audio raccordé à FRONT AUDIO OUT.
 Raccordez un appareil audio à FRONT AUDIO
OUT de l’appareil.
Un interlocuteur trouve le volume trop faible ou
trop élevé.
 Réglez le volume en conséquence à l’aide du
réglage de gain de micro (page 16).
Il y a de l’écho ou des parasites pendant les
conversations téléphoniques.
 Réduisez le volume.
 Réglez le mode EC/NC à [ECNC 1] ou [ECNC 2]
(page 16).
 Si le niveau de bruit environnant est plus élevé
que celui de l’appel téléphonique, essayez de
réduire ce bruit.
Par exemple, si une fenêtre est ouverte et que le
niveau de bruit de la rue, etc., est élevé, fermez la
fenêtre. Si la climatisation produit beaucoup de
bruit, réduisez son intensité.
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Utilisation de SongPal
La qualité sonore du téléphone est mauvaise.
 La qualité sonore du téléphone dépend des
conditions de réception du téléphone cellulaire.
 Si la réception est mauvaise, déplacez votre
véhicule dans un endroit permettant
d’améliorer la réception du signal.
Le nom d’application ne correspond pas à
l’application actuelle dans « SongPal ».
 Démarrez l’application à nouveau à partir de
l’application « SongPal ».
Le volume du périphérique audio connecté est
faible (ou élevé).
 Le niveau de volume varie d’un périphérique
audio à l’autre.
 Réglez le volume du périphérique audio
connecté ou de cet appareil.
Pendant l’utilisation de l’application « SongPal »
via BLUETOOTH, l’affichage passe
automatiquement à [BT Audio].
 L’application « SongPal » ou la fonction
BLUETOOTH n’a pas fonctionné adéquatement.
 Redémarrez l’application.
Le son est saccadé pendant la lecture d’un
périphérique audio BLUETOOTH.
 Réduisez la distance entre l’appareil et le
périphérique audio BLUETOOTH.
 Si le périphérique audio BLUETOOTH est rangé
dans un étui qui interrompt le signal, sortez-le de
cet étui pendant l’utilisation.
 Plusieurs périphériques BLUETOOTH ou autres
périphériques qui émettent des ondes radio sont
utilisés à proximité.
 Éteignez les autres périphériques.
 Augmentez la distance des autres
périphériques.
 Le son de la lecture s’interrompt
momentanément lorsque la connexion entre cet
appareil et le téléphone cellulaire est en cours. Il
ne s’agit pas d’un problème de fonctionnement.
L’application « SongPal » est automatiquement
déconnectée lorsque l’affichage passe à [iPod1]
ou [iPod2].
 L’application « SongPal » sur le iPhone/iPod ne
prend pas en charge la lecture d’un iPod.
 Changez la source de l’appareil en
sélectionnant une option autre que [iPod1] ou
[iPod2], puis établissez la connexion
« SongPal » (page 17).
Impossible de commander le périphérique audio
BLUETOOTH connecté.
 Assurez-vous que le périphérique audio
BLUETOOTH connecté soit compatible avec le
profil AVRCP.
Certaines fonctions sont inopérantes.
 Assurez-vous que le périphérique à connecter
soit compatible avec les fonctions en question.
Un appel commence involontairement.
 Le téléphone à connecter est réglé pour répondre
à un appel automatiquement.
Échec du pairage dans le temps alloué.
 Selon le périphérique à connecter, le temps
alloué pour le pairage peut être court.
 Essayez de terminer le pairage dans le temps
alloué.
La fonction BLUETOOTH est inopérante.
 Appuyez sur OFF pendant plus de 2 secondes
pour éteindre l’appareil, puis rallumez-le.
Aucun son n’est émis par les haut-parleurs du
véhicule lors d’un appel en mains libres.
 Si le son est émis par le téléphone cellulaire,
réglez ce dernier de façon à ce qu’il émette le son
au moyen des haut-parleurs du véhicule.
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Affichage des erreurs et messages
Pour la lecture de périphérique USB
Device Error : Le périphérique USB ne peut pas être
lu.
 Raccordez le périphérique USB de nouveau.
No Device : Le périphérique USB n’est pas raccordé
ou reconnu.
 Assurez-vous que le périphérique USB ou son
câble est solidement raccordé.
 Un périphérique USB en mode MTP ne sera pas
disponible.
 Réglez le mode de raccordement USB à MSC.
No Music : Il n’y a aucun fichier à lire.
 Raccordez un périphérique USB avec des fichiers
lisibles (page 23).
 Vérifiez que le dossier « Music » est situé
directement sous le répertoire racine du
périphérique USB et que des fichiers lisibles sont
enregistrés dans le dossier.
No Output : Les signaux sonores ne sont pas émis
par la borne OPTICAL OUT.
 Aucun son n’est émis par la borne OPTICAL OUT
pendant que la lecture au format DSD natif est
effectuée via le port USB micro-B.
No Support : Le périphérique USB n’est pas pris en
charge.
 Pour plus de détails sur la compatibilité de votre
périphérique USB, visitez notre site d’assistance à
l’adresse indiquée sur la couverture arrière.
 Les concentrateurs USB ne sont pas pris en
charge.
Overload : Le périphérique USB est saturé.
 Débranchez le périphérique USB, puis changez la
source en appuyant sur SRC.
 Le périphérique USB présente une défaillance ou
un périphérique non pris en charge est raccordé.
Please Wait : Lecture d’informations en cours.
 Attendez que la lecture soit terminée et la lecture
commence automatiquement. Selon
l’organisation des fichiers, cette opération peut
prendre quelques instants.
Pour la fonction BLUETOOTH :
No Device : Le périphérique BLUETOOTH n’est pas
raccordé ou reconnu.
 Assurez-vous que le périphérique BLUETOOTH
est solidement raccordé ou que la connexion
BLUETOOTH est établie avec le périphérique
BLUETOOTH.
Pour l’utilisation de SongPal :
APP List : La liste de contenus de la fonction USB
est ouverte.
 Quittez la liste de l’application pour permettre le
fonctionnement à l’aide des touches.
APP Menu : Un affichage de réglage de
l’application est ouvert.
 Quittez l’affichage de réglage de l’application
pour permettre le fonctionnement à l’aide des
touches.
Disconnect : L’application est déconnectée.
 Établissez la connexion « SongPal » (page 17).
Open APP : L’application « SongPal » ne fonctionne
pas actuellement.
 Démarrez l’application.
Settings : Un affichage de réglage sonore, de
réglage général ou de réglage BLUETOOTH de
l’application est ouvert.
 Quittez l’affichage de réglage de l’application
pour permettre le fonctionnement à l’aide des
touches.
Si ces solutions ne permettent pas d’améliorer la
situation, contactez votre détaillant Sony le plus
proche.
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Raccordement/Installation
Mises en garde
 Rassemblez tous les câbles de mise à la masse
en un point de masse commun.
 Évitez de fixer des vis sur les câbles ou de coincer
ceux-ci dans les pièces mobiles (par exemple, le
rail du siège).
 Avant d’effectuer les raccordements, coupez le
contact du véhicule pour éviter un court-circuit.
 Lorsque vous effectuez les raccordements de
l’alimentation, assurez-vous de connecter le
connecteur  en premier, puis le connecteur .
 Raccordez les câbles d’alimentation jaune et
rouge seulement après avoir terminé le
raccordement de tous les autres câbles.
 Pour des raisons de sécurité, veillez à isoler avec
du ruban isolant tout câble libre non raccordé.
Liste des pièces nécessaires à
l’installation


×2


5 × max. 8 mm
(7/32 × max. 5/16 po)
×4






Pour votre sécurité
Pour éviter de causer un accident de la route,
assurez-vous que les câbles raccordés ne gênent
pas la conduite ou le fonctionnement des coussins
de sécurité gonflables.
Précautions
 Choisissez soigneusement l’emplacement
d’installation pour que l’appareil ne gêne pas le
conducteur pendant la conduite.
 Évitez d’installer l’appareil à un endroit exposé à
la poussière, à la saleté, à des vibrations
excessives ou à des températures élevées comme
en plein soleil ou à proximité de conduits de
chauffage.
 Pour garantir un montage sûr, n’utilisez que la
quincaillerie fournie.
Remarque concernant le câble d’alimentation (jaune)
Lorsque cet appareil est raccordé à d’autres éléments
stéréo, la valeur nominale du circuit du véhicule sur
lequel l’appareil sera raccordé doit être supérieure à la
somme des fusibles de chaque élément.
Réglage de l’angle de montage
Réglez l’inclinaison à un angle inférieur à
45 degrés.
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 Cette liste de pièces ne comprend pas tout le
contenu de l’emballage.
 Le support  et le tour de protection  sont fixés
en usine. Avant l’installation de l’appareil, utilisez
les clés de déblocage  pour détacher le support
 de l’appareil. Pour plus de détails, reportezvous à la section « Retrait du tour de protection et
du support » (page 34).
 Conservez les clés de déblocage  pour une
utilisation ultérieure, car vous en aurez également
besoin pour retirer l’appareil du véhicule.
Raccordement
Caisson de graves*1
*2
*2
*2
*11
Amplificateur de puissance*1

*1
Téléphone intelligent*8, iPod/
iPhone*9, WALKMAN®,
périphérique de stockage USB
d’une télécommande filaire
(non fournie)*3
*1
Amplificateur de puissance
avec entrée optique
*7
*4*5
Façade
*1
Téléphone intelligent*8, iPod/
iPhone*9, WALKMAN®,
périphérique de stockage USB
*10


*1
*10
Ordinateur, téléphone intelligent
ou lecteur média numérique
prenant en charge le format
audio USB haute résolution
*1
*10
Appareil audio portatif
Noir
Jaune
Lors du raccordement direct à la batterie*6
Noir
Jaune
Pour plus de détails, reportezvous à la section
« Raccordements » (page 32).
Rouge
Rayé bleu/blanc
Rayé orange/blanc
Lors du raccordement à l’entrée à niveau élevé
Blanc
Rayé blanc/noir
Gris
Rayé gris/noir
d’une antenne de véhicule
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*1 Non fourni
*2 Cordon à broche RCA (non fourni)
*3 Selon le type de véhicule, utilisez un adaptateur pour
une télécommande filaire (non fourni).
*4 Qu’il soit utilisé ou non, faites passer le cordon
d’entrée du microphone de manière à ce qu’il ne
gêne pas la conduite. Fixez le cordon avec un serrecâbles, etc., s’il se trouve au niveau de vos pieds.
*5 Pour plus de détails sur l’installation du microphone,
reportez-vous à la section « Installation du
microphone » (page 33).
*6 Lorsque l’intensité en ampères du fusible utilisé
dans votre voiture est 10 A, effectuez le
raccordement de l’alimentation directement à la
batterie pour éviter un court-circuit.
*7 Lorsque vous effectuez le raccordement optique, un
câble optique (non fourni) est requis.
*8 Pour raccorder un téléphone intelligent à l’appareil
principal, un câble approprié (non fourni) est requis.
*9 Pour raccorder un iPod/iPhone, utilisez le câble de
raccordement USB pour iPod (non fourni).
*10Pour plus de détails sur le raccordement, reportezvous à la section « Guide de raccordement d’un
appareil audio » (page 7).
*11 Pour maintenir les connecteurs, enroulez la fixation
adhésive  autour du col des connecteurs, puis
rassemblez les extrémités de la fixation adhésive.

Au niveau de AMP REMOTE IN de
l’amplificateur de puissance en option
Ce raccordement s’applique uniquement aux
amplificateurs et à une antenne électrique. Le
raccordement de tout autre système risque
d’endommager l’appareil.
 Vers le signal d’éclairage de la voiture
Raccordez d’abord le câble de mise à la masse
noir à un point de mise à la masse commun.
Lors du raccordement à l’entrée à niveau
élevé
Pour plus de détails, reportez-vous à la section
« Raccordement à l’entrée à niveau élevé »
(page 33).
 Vers la sortie de haut-parleur gauche (blanc)
d’un appareil audio
 Vers la sortie de haut-parleur droit (gris) d’un
appareil audio
Lors du raccordement direct à la batterie
Lorsque l’intensité en ampères du fusible utilisé
dans votre voiture est 10 A, effectuez le
raccordement de l’alimentation directement à la
batterie pour éviter un court-circuit.
 À un point métallique de la voiture
 À la borne positive de la batterie
Raccordements
 À un point de mise à la masse commun
Raccordez d’abord le câble de mise à la masse
noir et ensuite les câbles d’alimentation jaune
et rouge.
 À la borne d’alimentation +12 V qui est
alimentée en permanence
Raccordez d’abord le câble de mise à la masse
noir à un point de mise à la masse commun.
 À la borne d’alimentation +12 V qui est
alimentée lorsque la clé de contact est à la
position accessoires
S’il n’y a pas de position accessoires, raccordez
à la borne d’alimentation (batterie) +12 V qui est
alimentée en permanence.
Raccordez d’abord le câble de mise à la masse
noir à un point de mise à la masse commun.
 Au câble de commande d’antenne électrique
ou au câble d’alimentation de l’amplificateur
d’antenne
Il n’est pas nécessaire de raccorder ce câble s’il
n’y a pas d’antenne électrique ni d’amplificateur
d’antenne ou avec une antenne télescopique
manuelle.
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Remarques
 Bien qu’il soit raccordé au câble d’alimentation de la
voiture, l’appareil pourrait ne pas offrir un niveau de
performance optimal en raison d’une alimentation
insuffisante. En pareil cas, effectuez le raccordement
de l’alimentation directement à la batterie.
 Assurez-vous que les fils de batterie raccordés à la
voiture (mise à la masse au châssis) sont d’un calibre
au moins égal à celui du fil d’alimentation principal
permettant de raccorder la batterie à l’appareil
principal.
Si vous avez des questions ou des problèmes
concernant le raccordement, contactez le détaillant
pour obtenir plus de détails.
Système audio USB haute résolution
recommandé
Amplificateur de
puissance (par
exemple, XM-GS4)
RSX-GS9
(cet appareil)
Amplificateur de
puissance (par
exemple, XM-GS100)
Super haut-parleur
d’aigus (par exemple,
XS-GS1)
Haut-parleur pleine
gamme (par exemple,
XS-GS1621)
Caisson de graves (par
exemple, XS-GSW121D)
Remarque
Certains produits indiqués dans le schéma pourraient
ne pas être disponibles dans votre pays ou région.
Raccordement à l’entrée à niveau élevé
Pour plus de détails sur le raccordement, reportezvous au manuel fourni avec votre appareil audio.

Sortie de
Blanc
haut-parleur gauche
Rayé blanc/noir
Sortie de hautparleur droit
Gris
Rayé gris/noir
Blanc
Raccordement pour la conservation de la
mémoire
Lorsque le câble d’alimentation jaune est raccordé,
le circuit de la mémoire est alimenté en
permanence même si la clé de contact est à la
position d’arrêt.
Installation du microphone
Pour capter votre voix pendant les appels en mains
libres, vous devez installer le microphone .

Rayé blanc/noir
Gris
Rayé gris/noir
Appareil audio avec sorties
de haut-parleurs
Clip (non fourni)
Raccordement optique
 Cette borne OPTICAL OUT est conçue pour le
raccordement d’un amplificateur de puissance
muni d’une entrée optique. Lorsqu’un autre
appareil numérique est raccordé, les fonctions de
l’appareil pourraient ne pas fonctionner
correctement.
 Lorsque vous effectuez les raccordements, ne
pliez pas le câble optique (non fourni). Cela
pourrait entraîner une interruption du son.
 Lorsque le raccordement optique est effectué :
 réglez [Optical Out] à [48kHz] ou [96kHz] pour
l’activer.
 les commandes de volume de l’appareil et de la
télécommande sont inopérantes.
 [Subwoofer], [Pos Custom], [Pos Preset], [EQ10
Preset], [Balance], [Fader], [Loudness] et [DSEE
HX] sont automatiquement réglés à [OFF].
 Aucun son n’est émis pendant que la lecture au
format DSD natif est effectuée via le port USB
micro-B.


Mises en garde
 Il est extrêmement dangereux de laisser le cordon
s’enrouler autour de la colonne de direction ou du
levier de vitesses. Assurez-vous de placer le
cordon et les autres pièces de manière à ce qu’ils
ne gênent pas la conduite.
 Si des coussins gonflables ou d’autres
équipements amortisseurs sont installés dans
votre voiture, contactez le magasin où vous avez
acheté cet appareil ou le concessionnaire
automobile avant l’installation.
Remarque
Avant de fixer l’adhésif double face , nettoyez la
surface du tableau de bord avec un chiffon sec.
Raccordement de l’amplificateur de
puissance
En présence de bruit inhabituel, cessez d’utiliser
l’appareil et l’amplificateur de puissance qui ne
prend pas en charge le format audio haute
résolution.
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Installation de l’appareil dans le
tableau de bord
Installation
Avant d’installer l’appareil, retirez le tour de
protection  et le support  de l’appareil.
Avant l’installation, assurez-vous que les loquets
des deux côtés du support  sont bien pliés de
2 mm (3/32 po) vers l’intérieur. Lors de l’installation
de l’appareil dans un véhicule japonais, consultez
« Installation de l’appareil dans un véhicule
japonais » (page 35).
1
1
Retrait du tour de protection et du
support
Pincez les deux bords du tour de
protection , puis sortez-le.

Positionnez le support  à l’intérieur du
tableau de bord, puis pliez les griffes
vers l’extérieur pour assurer une prise
correcte.
182 mm (7 1/4 po)
53 mm (2 1/8 po)
2
Insérez les clés de déblocage  en
même temps jusqu’au déclic. Tirez le
support  vers le bas, puis tirez sur
l’appareil vers le haut pour les séparer.


2
Loquet
Insérez l’appareil dans le support ,
puis fixez le tour de protection .




Tourner le crochet vers l’intérieur.
Remarques
 Si les loquets sont droits ou pliés vers l’extérieur,
l’appareil ne peut pas être fixé solidement et peut se
détacher.
 Assurez-vous que les 4 loquets situés sur le tour de
protection  sont correctement engagés dans les
fentes de l’appareil.
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Installation de l’appareil dans un
véhicule japonais
Remplacement du fusible
Lorsque vous remplacez le fusible, veillez à utiliser
un fusible dont l’intensité, en ampères, correspond
à la valeur indiquée sur le fusible original. Si le
fusible grille, vérifiez le raccordement de
l’alimentation et remplacez le fusible. Si le fusible
neuf grille également, il est possible que l’appareil
soit défectueux. Dans ce cas, consultez votre
détaillant Sony le plus proche.
Cet appareil ne peut pas être installé dans certaines
voitures japonaises. Dans ce cas, consultez votre
détaillant Sony.
TOYOTA

vers le tableau de bord/la console
centrale
Fusible (15 A)
Support
Support

Pièces existantes fournies
avec la voiture
Remarque
Utilisez un outil approprié pour remplacer le fusible.
NISSAN

vers le tableau de bord/la console
centrale
Support
Support
Pièces existantes fournies
avec la voiture

Remarque
Pour éviter tout problème de fonctionnement, utilisez
uniquement les vis fournies  pour l’installation.
Réinitialisation de l’appareil
Pour plus de détails, reportez-vous à la section
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