AUDIO VIDEO & NAVIGATION SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL USB Music File Player Operations (1) Connect the USB memory to the USB connector. SRC button (2) Press the [SRC] button repeatedly until “USB” is displayed on the sub-display. This receiver can play a music file stored in a USB memory drive. Only MP3 formatted files can be played from USB memory. WMA and other formats are not supported. Playback will begin. Fast Forward/Rewind IMPORTANT • Music from USB memory can only be played when the PND is attached to the receiver. • Please be sure to disconnect or turn off any external devices such as USB memory when turning the vehicle off. Otherwise, the main unit may not recognize these devices when the vehicle is turned back on. If this does happen, please disconnect and reconnect the device to start playback. • There is the possibility that some files in a USB memory will not be played back normally (eg. only the first 1 second is played back, or the count display stops) if a lot of small MP3 files (1 minute or less) are stored in the USB memory. However, this does not signify a fault in this product or the USB memory. It is possible to fast forward/rewind the track currently being played. (1) Hold down the [SELECT (Right)] or [SELECT (Left)] button for 1 or more seconds. TEXT button Track selection / Fast-forward (rewind) button Playing USB Music Files CAUTION • Connect the USB cable correctly so that it does not interfere with the safe operation of your vehicle. • After connecting USB memory, the message “Don't remove the storage device until scanning is finished” is displayed. Never turn off the power or remove the PND or USB memory during scanning. It may destroy the data in the USB memory. When removing the USB memory drive, always switch the display to the audio screen and touch - 43 - . To the right: Fast forwards a track. To the left: Rewinds a track. This switches to the fast forward or rewind mode, and continues fast forwarding or rewinding until you remove your finger from the button. 6 Using the USB Music File Player USB Music File Player Operations Selecting a Desired Music File (1) Touch Select . • You can search for a file or artist name by touching Find . You can select a track you want to play. (1) Press the [SELECT (Right)] or [SELECT (Left)] button. • To the right: Advances to the next file. To the left: Returns to the beginning of the file being played. To the left (Press more than two times): Returns to the previous file. • The selected track (file) will be played. (2) To select a track to play, touch Playlist , Artist , Album , Song , or Genre . This displays the list screen of the selected mode. Finding a Desired Music File CAUTION • Folder selections using the audio buttons are not supported in USB mode, unlike in CD-ROM playback mode. • In the case of navigation voice guidance, USB playback will be interrupted. Guidance will come from the selected speaker. (Default: Front left speaker) (3) Touch the name of the music file to be played. • This plays the selected music file. • When or appears, touch them to change the page of the music file list. - 44 - • You can search for a music file by entering alphanumeric characters. USB Music File Player Operations (1) Touch Preferences . (2) Touch Repeat song . • This repeatedly plays the currently played music file. • Once you touch Repeat song , the selected music file will be repeated until the repeat function is released. Touch Repeat song again to cancel the random play. Random Play of Music Files (1) Touch Preferences . (2) Touch Shuffle songs . Once you touch Shuffle songs , the random play continues until you cancel it. Touch Shuffle songs again to cancel the random play. Stopping the USB Music File Player (1) Hold down the [SRC] button for 1 or more seconds. ■ Removing of the USB Memory CAUTION • Make sure to follow the following procedures when removing the USB memory. Failure to follow the specified procedure may result in the loss of data in the USB memory. • To remove the USB memory, make sure to switch the display to the audio screen and touch before removing. Data in the USB memory may be destroyed if the USB memory is removed without touching the . (1) Switch the display to audio mode screen, then touch . (2) Remove the USB Memory. About the TEXT button Display the USB mode on the Sub-display. (1) Press the [TEXT] button. Playable USB Memory Standards • Supported file format: FAT 16/32 • Supported audio format: MP3 • Maximum current: 500mA • Compatibility: USB 1.1/2.0 (The MAX transfer rate is 12M bps for USB1.1.) • Mass memory support: USB mass storage (such as an externally attached HDD) is not supported. Playable MP3 File Standards • Supported standards: MPEG-1, MPEG-2, and MPEG-2.5 • Supported sampling frequencies: MPEG-1:32,44.1,48 kHz MPEG-2:16,22.05,24 kHz MPEG-2.5:8,11.025,12 kHz • Supported bit rates: 8, 16, 24, 32, 40, 48, 56, 64, 80, 96, 112, 128, 160, 192, 224, 256, 288, 320kbps • Supported VBR (64 to 320kbps) USB mode is displayed on the Sub-display for 2 seconds when the [TEXT] button is pressed when the PND is connected. • Does not support free format. • Supported channel modes: Monaural, Stereo, Joint Stereo, Dual-Channel - 45 - 6 Repeatedly Playing the Same Music File USB Music File Player Operations ID3 Tags MP3 files have an “ID3 Tag” that allows input of information so that data such as a track title and artist can be saved. This receiver supports ID3v. 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3 and 2.4. Format of USB Memory USB memory files must have the ISO 9660 Level-1 or Level-2 format. The following explains the definitions of these standards. • Maximum directory layers: 8 layers • Maximum characters for file names: Up to 256 characters (Total of folder name, file name, “.”, and 3-character file extension) • File name characters that you can use: A to Z, 0 to 9, and underscore (_) • Max number of files that can be stored in a single memory: 2000 files 001.mp3 002.mp3 003.mp3 004.txt 005.mp3 1498.mp3 1499.mp3 2000.mp3 - 46 - A total of 2000 files can be created within a single USB memory drive. Files aside from MP3 files (Example: 004.txt) are included in the 2000 files.