NOTICES
NOTICE OF INTENDED USE
Our systems are designed to enable viewing of video
ONLY for rear-seat occupants, and are not intended for
viewing by the driver when the vehicle is in motion. Such
use might distract the driver or interfere with the driver’s
safe operation of the vehicle, and thus result in serious
injury or death. Such use might also violate state or local
laws.
Manufacturer disclaims any liability for any bodily injury
or property damage that might result from any improper or
unintended use.
About the Registered Marks
This item incorporates copy protection technology that is protected by U.S. patents
and other intellectual property rights of Rovi Corporation. Reverse engineering and
disassembly are prohibited.
NOTE: Features and specifications listed in this manual are subject to change
without notice
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.“Dolby” and the double-D
symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
DivX Certified products (if equipped): “Divx, DivX Certified, and associated logos
are trademarks of DivX, Inc. and are used under license.”
Table of Contents
Getting Started…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………............…………………...6
Introduction ……………………..........……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..8
Discs Compatibility………………….……………………………………………………………………………………..........………………………………………….9
Changing and Adjusting Display Settngs…………………………………………………………………………………………………………..........……….……..10
Using the Remote Control…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..........……….………11
Basic Remote Control Buttons……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..........……….………12
Using Menu and Navigation Buttons, Using Audio Buttons……………………………………………………………………………………..........………………13
Using DVD Disc Features…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….........…….……….14
Replacing the Remote Battery……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….........…….……….14
CD Audio and MP3 Playback………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...........……..15
Listening Over the Car Speakers...………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….............……..……15
Using the Included 2 Channel Wireless Headphones………………………………………………………………………………………………...........………….16
Replacing the Headphone Batteries ………………………………………………………………………………………………....................................………….16
Using the Integrated Game System……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...........………...17
Using External Sources…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..........……...….17
DVD Setup and Configuration.……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..........…..…..18
Frequently Asked Questions……………………………………………………………………………………………..…………………………..........……………..19
AV7800 Owner’s Manual
GETTING STARTED
Use the system with the vehicle running or with the ignition key switch in the “accessory” position.
Make certain that the remote, the headphones, and the game controller have fresh batteries and are properly installed.
To switch the system on, press the power button on the unit or remote control. Each headrest must be turned on independently.
The Front Panel Controls
DVD Slot (Label facing away from you)
Fast Forward/
Navigation Up
Power
Mode/Source
Play/Pause
Speaker Control
AUX/AV Input
(Side of the unit)
USB
(Side of the unit)
Power Button
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Previous Chapter or
Track/Navigation Left
Enter
Fast Rewind/
Navigation Down
Next Chapter or
Track/Navigation
Right
To Watch a DVD:
1 Power the system on, unit will default to DVD player and resume play,
if a disc is present.
2 Press EJECT to remove any loaded disc.
3 Insert a DVD with the label facing away from you.
4 Most DVD discs begin playback
automatically. If a menu appears,
press PLAY or ENTER as instructed
on the screen.
To Play the Integrated Video Game:
1Press MODE until “INTERNAL GAME”
appears on the screen.
2 Turn the game controller on by setting
the game switch to A or B.
3 Use the arrow keys on the game controller to select a game.
4 Press the START button on the game controller. (see page 17 for more
information)
5 Remember to turn the controller “OFF” when not in use.
To Use An External Video Source
1 Connect the RCA audio and video outputs of the device to the RCA
adapter cable. Plug into AUX input port on front of monitor.
2Press MODE (SOURCE on the remote) until “AUX 1” appears on the
screen.
Listening Over the Vehicle Speakers
1 Make sure MUTE is off. Press SPEAKER button on the front panel of the
system or the remote control and “SPEAKER SOUND ON
FM _
_ . _ PRESS LEFT OR RIGHT TO ADJUST” will appear. (This must be
done each time the system is used.)
2 Turn on the car radio. Tune to the FM frequency displayed on the
screen. If radio interference is heard, try another frequency. (see pages
13 and 15 for more information)
To View Same Image on both Screens:
1Press MODE until “Second Unit” appears on the screen. Your
monitor will now display the same image as the other unit.
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INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on purchasing a Rosen DVD Entertainment System!
Here’s a list of some things you can do with your system:
· Play DVD movies, music CDs, or discs with MP3 audio files.
· Play onboard video games.
· Play audio through the vehicle speakers or the wireless headphones
· Use external audio/video inputs from video game consoles,
camcorders, or optional units like a TV tuner or a DVD changer.
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•
•
· View JPG photo files or playback compatible MPG videos using the DVD or USB memory slot. Maximun USB size is 2GB.
· Official DivX Certified Product.
· Plays all versions of DivX video (including DivX 6) with standard playback of DivX media files.
Precautions
In order to operate the system, the
vehicle ignition key switch must be
in the ACC or engine ON position.
•
•
•
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ACC or engine
ON position
Use this system only if properly installed by a qualified installer.
If the unit shows any sign of malfunction, turn it off and consult your
dealer immediately. Do not open the unit - there are no serviceable
parts inside.
Do not press directly on the display surface - you may damage
it.
•
Clean the display surface with a slightly damp, soft cloth using
household glass cleaner. Do not use solvents such as benzene,
thinner, or commercial cleaners.
When using portable radios and telephones near the system, picture or sound interference may occur.
If your car was parked in a very cold or very hot place, you may see
a blank screen, distorted picture or the unit may not be able to load
a disc. The system will return to normal after the unit temperature
returns to a normal operating range. This may take more than an
hour depending on the temperature.
If your car battery charge is low or the vehicle battery is old, you
may see a blank screen, distorted picture or the unit may not be
able to load a disc. The system will return to normal after the unit
voltage returns to a normal operating range.
Note: The system’s operating voltage range is
11-16VDC operating voltage. The system operating temperature is 32o to 140o F ( 0o to 60o C).
Use of the system beyond the safe operating
ranges listed, can cause temporary or permanent damage to the unit, and such damage
may not be covered by the manufacturer’s
warranty.
DISC COMPATIBILITY
Compatible Discs
Incompatible Discs
Note: Not all discs are supported by this system. You may find a
disc that will not play on this system, but works fine on other players.
Various manufacturers of discs change technology from time to time
which may create compatibility issues. This is not a probelm with the
unit and is not covered by warranty.
The following disc types are incompatible with the system:
Most DVD and CD-Audio discs are compatible with the AV7800
system.
The unit can also play most CD-Recordable discs containing CD-Audio, MP3 files, and JPEG images - but not all such discs. Since these
discs are usually made on home computers, there is no certification process ensuring that all such discs play on all players.
DVD Regions
When a DVD disc is created, it is encoded with a “Region number.”
The disc will only play on DVD players with the same Region number for instance, a Region 3 disc won’t play on a Region 1 player.
Region 1: U.S. and U.S. Territories, Canada
Region 2: Japan, Western Europe, Middle East, South Africa
Region 3: South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Southeast and East Asia
Region 4: New Zealand, Australia, Pacific Islands, Mexico, Central/
South America
Region 5: Russia and the former Soviet Union, Africa, Indian
subcontinent, North Korea
Region 6: China
· DVD-ROM/DVD-RAM/DVD+RAM discs.
· Most DVD-R/DVD-RW/DVD+R/DVD+RW discs.
· Some Photo CDs.
· CD-ROM data discs.
· BlueRay discs.
· CD-Audio discs made with certain copy protection methods.
· Any DVD with a different Region number than the unit.
· Any disc that does not meet DVD Forum standards.
Why the system doesn’t respond the same way to all discs
When a DVD disc is created, the creator has to define how the disc
will operate when loaded into a DVD player. For instance, some discs
begin playing immediately, while other discs only display a menu and
require a menu selection to be made before playback will start.
The DVD standard also allows the maker of a DVD disc to disable
functions at certain times, such as Fast-Forward and Stop (which is
why you can’t skip past the copyright warning screen). If some DVD
feature temporarily isn’t working for you, usually the disc is preventing
the player from performing that function.
Discs that don’t properly load and play
Some CD and DVD discs, especially homemade discs which do not
have all the data needed to properly initialize all DVD players, may not
load and play properly. They may even create a state where the DVD
player will not eject the disc at all.
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CHANGING AND ADJUSTING THE DISPLAY
Selecting a display mode: The system’s “widescreen” display has
a 16:9 aspect ratio - wider than a standard television. While many
DVDs provide widescreen video images that fit the screen, standard
broadcast TV and many video games do not.
• To view a widescreen DVD, press the DISPLAY button on the
remote until “WIDE” is displayed on the screen.
•
To watch a fullscreen DVD, the internal game system, or broadcast television, select “STANDARD.”
Change the Display Adjustments Remote Control Only: The
display has adjustable video settings. To change these settings, press
and hold the DISPLAY button on the remote control to bring up the
following menu:
BRIGHTNESS32
CONTRAST
32
COLOR32
TINT32
To select a setting to be changed: Press the DOWN arrow button to
move the cursor down the menu list. Once you have selected the item
to change, use the LEFT and RIGHT arrows on the remote or the
front panel to adjust the settings. After you have finished making your
desired changes, press the DISPLAY button on the remote to exit and
save the changes you have made.
To change the value of a setting: Use the LEFT and RIGHT arrow buttons. The range is from 0 to 63.
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To exit the menu: Press the DISPLAY button to save settings and exit.
Set the brightness level in daytime conditions with plenty of ambient
light. You can use the Day/Night mode button to switch between Day
and Night modes.
Note: The internal DVD player can be configured for either a
16:9 “Wide” image output or a 4:3 “Standard” image output.
Since the unit has a wide screen display, the DVD player should
be configured for “Wide.” For more information, see page 19.
Note: The internal DVD player also has a set of video adjustments, which are separate from the main adjustments.
USING THE REMOTE CONTROL
You can use the remote control to operate the system, including
access to features not available on the front panel. The unit has an
infrared sensor to receive signals located in the control panel. For
definitions of each remote control button’s specific function, see the
following pages.
1 Power
15 Info Menu
2 Pause/Frame Step
16 Zoom
3 Stop
17 Navigate Left
4Play
18Enter
5 Previous Chapter/Track
19 Navigate Right
6 Fast Reverse 20 Display
7 Fast Forward
21 Setup
8 Next Chapter/Track
22 Navigate Down
9 Speaker Sound Control
23 Disc Menu
10 RES Sound (not active)
24 Day/Night Mode
11 Mute
25 Repeat
12 Eject (Not Active)
26 Subtitle
13Source
14 Navigate Up
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
23
24
21
22
25
26
Note: If you try to perform a DVD action when it is not permitted (such as accessing the disc menu while the disc is loading),
there will be no response from the unit. This is normal operation
and is not a problem with your system.
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BASIC REMOTE CONTROL BUTTONS
1Power
5
Pressing this button powers on the unit. This button also powers on the
optional external source unit.
Press to jump to the previous title or chapter if available on a DVD, or
to the previous track on an audio CD. Not supported with some VCDs.
4Play
8
Press to begin or resume playback of a DVD.
Press to jump to the next title or chapter if available on a DVD, or to the
next track on an audio CD. Not supported with some VCDs.
Note: When the disc is first inserted, you may have to press
PLAY or ENTER to begin playback.
3Stop
Press once to temporarily stop playback of a DVD. To resume normal
playback from the same point, press PLAY.
To play the disc from the beginning, press STOP twice, then PLAY.
Note: Once STOP is pressed twice, the player can only begin
playing from the beginning of the disc.
2
Pause/Frame Step
Press once to pause playback. Press repeatedly to advance video
frame by frame. To resume normal playback, press PLAY.
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6
Previous Chapter/Track
Next Chapter/Track
Fast Reverse
Press to search in reverse. To resume normal playback, press PLAY.
Press the REVERSE button multiple times to adjust search direction
and speed. Choose from 2, 4, 8, and 16x. Press PLAY to resume
regular play.
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Fast Forward
Press during playback to fast forward. Press the FAST FORWARD button multiple times to adjust search direction and speed. Choose from
2, 4, 8, and 16x. Press PLAY to resume regular play.
24 Day/Night Mode
This button decreases display brightness for optimum viewing in low
light conditions. For more information, see page 10.
USING MENU AND NAVIGATION BUTTONS
USING AUDIO BUTTONS
13Source
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SOURCE
This button allows you select the Internal DVD/CD player, the Internal
Game, the Second Unit, or the Auxiliary Input. You can also select the
optional TV Tuner, DVD changer, or other optional auxiliary sources, if
installed.
Note: The Mode button on the control panel performs the same
function.
14, 22
Up/Down Navigation Arrows
Press to move up or down in a menu or to change channels when
watching TV.
17, 19
Speaker Sound Control
When this button is pressed, “Speaker Sound On” appears on the
screen, along with the FM frequency to which you should tune your
radio, such as “FM 88.1.” To change the frequency, press the LEFT or
RIGHT arrow buttons on the remote control and wait two seconds for
the station to set. Headphone audio is not affected by this button.
FM frequencies available: Find a frequency in your geographic location
that has no static transmission and set it.
Note: If the frequency does not appear on screen when this
button is pressed, an external FM Modulator is probably being
used. See page 15 for more information.
Left/Right Navigation Arrows
Press to move left or right in a menu. Also used to change frequencies
on the FMT, after the Speaker Sound button is pressed.
18Enter
11Mute
Press once to mute all system audio. As long as the Mute function is
active, “Mute” will appear on the screen. Press again to turn Mute off.
Press to make a menu selection.
21Setup
SETUP
Pressing this button brings up the DVD player setup screen.
15 Info Menu
Pressing this button brings you into the DVD player menu.
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USING DVD DISC FEATURES
23 Disc Menu
DISC
MENU
Press to see the main menu for the DVD being played. To resume
normal playback, press PLAY.
CHANGING THE SHAPE AND SIZE OF THE IMAGE
16Zoom
+
+
View the same scene on a DVD at different magnifications.
1 Press the ZOOM button during playback to select among the following options: Zoom 1, Zoom 2, Zoom 3, and Off.
2 To resume normal playback, press ZOOM until “Zoom off” is displayed.
20 Display
DISPLAY
•
To adjust the display settings (color, contrast, etc.), press and hold
the DISPLAY button for two seconds.
For more information about image shapes, see “Managing Black Bars,”
on page 18.
25 Repeat
This button enables chapter and title repeat.
26 Subtitle
This button enables the DVD’s Subtitle menu.
REPLACING THE REMOTE BATTERY
Press tab here
and pull battery tray out
This button allows you select from the various screen display modes.
•
To view a widescreen DVD, press this button until “WIDE” is displayed on the screen. This uses the full width of the screen.
•
To watch a fullscreen DVD or broadcast television, press until “STANDARD” is displayed. This mode uses most of the screen, but black bars will be visible on the sides, like this:
Battery
Use a single 3V battery, type CR2025. Insert as shown. Observe the
correct orientation of the battery as marked on the battery tray.
Battery life is approximately six months, depending on how often the
remote is used.
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CD AUDIO, MP3 AND JPEG PLAYBACK
LISTENING OVER THE CAR SPEAKERS
CD Playback
The system uses a wireless FM Transmitter (FMT) to send audio
through the vehicle’s speakers. To listen over your speakers:
1 Make sure system MUTE is off. Press SPEAKER. “SPEAKER
SOUND ON FM _ _ . _” appears. Select a FM frequency as described below.
When you insert an audio CD (label facing away from you), the
standard CD commands (PLAY, NEXT, etc.) will control the unit. Some
CDs recorded in CD-R or CD-RW mode may not play.
MP3, JPEG and MPEG Playback
When a disc containing MP3, JPEG or MPEG files is inserted, a menu
screen appears. Use the arrow buttons to select a file type and press
enter to play it.
USB Playback
Inserting a USB drive into the available connector will cause DVD playback to stop and open a directory of the USB drive contents.
Maximum USB size is 2GB.
This may take several minutes depending on the amount of data. Use
the arrow buttons to select a file type and press enter to play it.
2 Turn on the car radio. Tune to the FM frequency displayed on the
screen, such as “FM 88.1.”
3 If no system audio is heard, try changing the FMT frequency and
re-tuning the radio to the new frequency.
To change the FM Transmitter frequency:
Press SPEAKER. “Speaker Sound on FM _ _ . _” will be displayed.
Now use the LEFT and RIGHT buttons to change the frequency.
Select a frequency, re-tune your radio and check for clear sound.
The system saves the frequency you select, and returns to it each time
the system is turned on. You may want to store the FMT frequency as
a preset of your radio for ease of use.
Note: If there seems to be a strong station on the FM Transmitter frequency, and you are hearing a radio station mixed in with
the system audio, change the FM Transmitter frequency. Avoid
frequencies used by local radio stations.
If the words “HEADPHONES ONLY” appear, the internal FMT is
turned off. It can be turned on by pressing the SPEAKER button and
selecting a FM frequency. If the words “SPEAKER SOUND” appear,
an external FM Modulator (FMM) is probably being used. In this case,
the SPEAKER button turns the external FMM on and off. The external
FMM frequencies are FM 87.7, 87.9, 88.1, 88.3, 88.5, 88.7, 88.9. If you
have any questions about your FMM, please contact your dealer.
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REPLACING HEADPHONE BATTERIES
USING THE INCLUDED WIRELESS HEADPHONES
The system comes with infrared (IR) wireless fold-flat headphones.
These headphones receive a signal from an IR transmitter built into the
unit. Headphones allow rear-seat passengers to listen without using
the vehicle speakers.
To turn the headphones on and off, push the Power ON/OFF button on
the earpiece. The Power LED on the earpiece indicates when headphone power is on. Power turns off automatically after three minutes of
no audio, in order to preserve battery life.
The headphones have a two-position slide switch labeled “A/B.” When
the switch is in the “A” position, the headphones play audio from the
source designated as “A.” When the switch is in the “B” position, the
headphones play audio from the source designated as “B.”
To adjust the headphone volume, rotate the thumb wheel on the headphones.
Adjust headphones
here
A/B Switch
On/Off
Batteries
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Volume
The wireless IR headphones require two (2) “AAA” batteries. To
replace the batteries, slide off the battery compartment door on the left
earpiece and insert batteries, as shown. Make certain that the battery
orientation matches the marks inside the battery compartment.
USING THE INTEGRATED GAME SYSTEM
USING EXTERNAL SOURCES
There are integrated video games built into the system. The Rosen
Game Controller is included.
You may use optional external video games, camcorders, and other
portable video units by connecting the unit to the auxiliary RCA input
jacks on the side of the unit.
Flashing Light
To play a game:
Set the A/Off/B switch to A or B to
turn the game controller on.
Press SOURCE on the remote or
MODE on the front control panel
until “INTERNAL GAME” appears,
along with the game startup menu.
Battery Indicator: A red light will flash when the buttons are pressed
indicating the batteries are ok.
Aux A/V Input
(Side of the unit)
Set the controller to channel A or B depending on which headrest unit
you will be using.
Use the left and right arrows on the controller to select which game you
want to play from the list.
Press START on the controller, to begin a game.
While playing, use A and/or B as fire, jump, or other action buttons,
depending on the game.
To return to the game main menu, press RESET on the controller.
Note: The controller works using infrared “line-of-sight” technology. If the controller is held so that there is not a clear line of sight
to the system, intermittent operation or reset will result.
To use an external game system, a 12VDC to 110VAC power inverter,
available at most electronic retail stores, is often required.
Note: If you want to watch non-widescreen, 4:3 images, press
the DISPLAY button on the remote control until “STANDARD”
is displayed on the screen. This will properly size the image,
instead of stretching the image across the wide screen. In
“STANDARD” mode, you will see black bars on the sides of the
image.
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DVD TYPICAL SETUP AND CONFIGURATION
The following section explains how to customize various features of the
Internal DVD Player, including languages, display, and parental control
features.
Speaker Setup Settings
This allows you to customize the Downmix mode.
Note: Some features may not be available on your system.
To change the settings for the internal DVD player:
Default Settings:
1Press SETUP on the remote.
2 Use the UP and DOWN navigation buttons to highlight a selection.
3 Press the ENTER button to confirm your selection.
→Downmix = Stereo
General Setup Settings
This allows you to change settings for languages, captions, screen
saver and angle mark.
Note:Not all language settings are supported by all discs.
Default Settings:
→Angle Mark = OFF
→OSD Lang = English
→Captions = OFF
→Screen Saver = OFF
Preference Settings
This allows you to customize the audio and disc menu settings, subtitles and set passwords and parental controls.
Default Settings:
→TV Type = NTSC
→Audio = English
→Subtitle = Off
→Disc Menu = English
→Parental
→Password = 3308
→Default
Note: Changing the state of some settings can cause apparent system failure. Do not change any settings other than those described in this section.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
HOW DO I RESET MY SYSTEM?
Power the system ON/OFF using the POWER button.
MY SYSTEM IS NOT RESPONDING TO COMMANDS
Periodically, the DVD system may receive conflicting commands from
a DVD or remote control. When this happens, the system may not respond properly to the remote control, control buttons, or may be locked
up and not respond at all.
Solution: Power system ON/OFF using the POWER button.
Solution: Replace the battery in the remote control.
MY AUDIO HAS STATIC ON THE RADIO
To receive audio over the radio, the radio must be tuned to a broadcast
station which is not in use by a local radio station.
Solution: Set the FM Transmitter to an alternate radio station. Then
tune the radio to the newly selected station. (see pages 7,15)
MY DVD WILL NOT PLAY
Some DVDs will not play properly due to compatibility, dirt, rough
edges, damage to the disc or the system may be beyond its operating
temperature.
Solution: Confirm the DVD is a compatible format. (see page 9)
Solution: Check and clean the DVD as needed.
Solution: Use a pencil or soft wood to smooth the edge of the disk.
Solution: Replace the DVD if scratched, cracked or warped.
Solution: Allow the system temperature to return to normal operating
temperatures. This may take up to an hour after the air temperature in
the vehicle is at a comfortable level.
MY SYSTEM RESETS WHEN I START MY VEHICLE
Voltage levels while starting the vehicle can fall below the minimum
operating levels for the system.
Solution: Ensure your battery is fully charged and in good condition.
Solution: Avoid operating your system without the engine running for
periods longer than 10 minutes.
I CAN NOT GET AUDIO ON THE RADIO
To receive audio over the radio, the system must have SPEAKERS
ENABLE selected, and the radio must be tuned to the proper station.
Solution: Press the SPEAKER button on the remote control to enable
the radio transmission.
Solution: Tune the radio to the proper FM station as directed in the
“Listening Over the Car Speakers” section of this manual. (see page 15)
MY DVD WILL NOT EJECT
Damaged DVDs, incompatible DVDs or improper system installation
will prevent the DVD from ejecting and may lock up the system.
Solution: Power the system ON/OFF using the POWER button, then
quickly press EJECT while the disc is spinning.
Solution: Check the DVD for damage, replace the DVD if scratched,
cracked or warped.
Solution: Confirm the DVD is a compatible format. (see page 9)
I DO NOT HAVE HEADPHONE AUDIO
The headphone audio should be present at all times, unless MUTE is
on, or a DVD setting has been changed in the DVD Settings Menu.
Solution: Press the MUTE button to enable the audio and turn the
MUTE OFF.
Solution: Confirm that the headphones are turned on, and the ON
LED indicator is illuminated. Change batteries if needed.
Solution: Check the DVD settings and restore them to FACTORY
SETTINGS if needed.
MY PICTURE FREEZES
Damaged or incompatible DVDs will cause the system to freeze and
lock up the system.
Solution: Check and clean the DVD as needed.
Solution: Replace the DVD if scratched, cracked or warped.
Solution: Confirm the DVD is a compatible format. (see page 9)
Solution: Allow the system to return to normal operating temperature.
Solution: Reset the system by pressing the POWER button ON/OFF.
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MY RADIO LOSES ITS NORMAL STATIONS
With an external FM Modulator and while the system is set to broadcast over the radio with SPEAKERS ENABLED, the vehicle’s antenna
is temporarily disabled.
Solution: Press the SPEAKER button on the remote to restore the
vehicle antenna, “Headphones Only” will appear on the screen.
MY PICTURE IS DISTORTED
Excessive cold or hot temperatures will cause the picture on the display to become distorted or lose color or contrast.
Solution: Allow the system temperature to return to normal operating
temperatures. This may take up to an hour after the air temperature in
the vehicle is at a comfortable level.
MY PICTURE IS BLACK
The screen will appear black or dark blue if there is no video signal.
This may happen if the DVD fails to initialize properly or if a source is
selected which is not connected.
Solution: Eject the DVD and inspect it for damage, scratches or
cracks. Clean the DVD and re-insert the disc.
WHY CAN’T I HEAR THE AUDIO OUT OF THE HEADREST OVER
THE CAR SPEAKERS?
Only one headrest at a time can be played through the car’s audio
system. To change this, press the speaker button on the monitor you
want to hear. When you do this you will see “Headphones Only” on the
other screen.
For other questions and capabilities please contact your authorized
dealer.
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Part Number
Description
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IR Game Controller
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Dual Channel Fold Flat IR Headphones
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