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Safety Precautions
Thank you for purchasing this TXDOLW\ product.
Please read through these operating
instructions so \RXFDQHIIHFWLYHO\RSHUDWHLWV
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PRECAUTIONS
Use only in a 12-volt DC negative-ground
electrical system.
Disconnect the vehicle's negative battery
terminal while mounting and connecting
the unit.
When replacing the fuse, be sure to use
one with an identical amperage rating.
Using a fuse with a higher amperage rating
may cause serious damage to the unit.
DO NOT attempt to disassemble the unit.
Laser beams from the optical pickup are
dangerous to the eyes.
Make sure thDW pins or other IRUHLJQ
objects do not get inside the unit 7KLV
may cause malfunction or create safety
hazards such as electrical shock or
laser beam exposure.
I f YHKLFOH LV parked for a long time in
hot or cold FRQGLWLRQV, wait until the
temperature LQVLGH becomeV normal
before operating the unit.
Keep the volume at a level VR outside
warning sounds (horns sirens, etc.)FDQ
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Contents
Safety Information ........................................ 1
CD NOTES
Playing a defective or dusty CD can
cause dropouts in sound.
Handle the disc by holding its
outer edges.
Do not touch the unlabeled side.
Do not attach any seal, label or data
protection sheet to either side of a disc.
Do not expose a GLVF to direct sunlight or
excessive heat.
Wipe a dirty CD from the centUH outward
with a VRIWcleaning cloth.
Never use solvents such as benzine or
alcohol.
This unit can not play 3-inch ( 8cm ) CDs.
Never insert a 3-inch CD ZLWKDQ adapter
or an irregularly shaped CD. The unit
may not be able to eject it, resulting in a
malfunction.
In addition to ordinary CDs, this unit can
play a CD-R/CD-RW/MP3/UDF/CD-TEXT.
CAUTION
Please LPPHGLDWHO\ power off thH unit if one
of the following symptoms RFFXUV:
Water or obstacleV enters the unit;
Smoking;
%XUQLQJ smell.
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Panel Controls .............................................. 2
General Operation ........................................ 3
Sound Setting ............................................... 3
CD Player Operation .................................... 4
Playing MP3/WMA Files .............................. 5
Menu Function .............................................. 6
USB/SD/MMC MP3 Playback ...................... 7
Anti-Theft System ......................................... 7
6WPGT1RGTCVKQP ..........................................8
'NGEVTEKCN%QPPGEVKQPU................................9
+PUVCNNCVKQP)WKFG................................10
6TQWDNGUJQQVKPI ........................................11
5RGEKHKECVKQPU..........................................12
Panel Controls
Power on/off: Press
to turn on/off the unit.
TOP
- Power On/Off (press more than 2 seconds)
- Mute
- Radio local/distant
- Radio
- SD/MMC mode (when card inserted)
- Disc (when disc inserted)
- USB (when USB inserted)
- Aux In
- Panel open
- Radio station auto preset
- Rotate the control to adjust volume level
- Audio mode select.
- Press more than 2 seconds to enter into
menu mode.
- 3ress to switch to clock display
3ress again to exit.
- +ROGGRZQ to enter clock setting.
- Button 1: Play / Pause
/ Preset station 1
- Button 2: Scan play / Preset station 2.
- Button 3: Repeat play / Preset station 3.
- Button 4: Random play / Preset station 4.
- Button 5: Previous folder / Preset station 5.
/MP3 track -10 down (KROGGRZQ)
- Button 6: Next folder / Preset station 6.
/MP3 track +10 up (KROGGRZQ)
* 1-6 Radio presetV:
- Press to tune in a preset station.
- Hold for more than 2 seconds to store
station.
9 & 10. - Radio tune
2
- Track seek
- AUX IN (&DQQRWEHXVHGDWVDPHWLPHDV
REAR AUX IN)
- USB connector
- SD/MMC card slot
- Disc eject
- Disc slot
- Remote sensor
- Band Switch: FM1-FM2-FM3-AM1-AM2
General Operation
Power On/Off Button
Press the /MUTE button to turn RQthe unit
when the vehicle ignition switch is DFWLYH.
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SOUND SETTING
is LQ or AUX play, etc.
Auxiliary Input
To access an auxiliary device:
1.
Adjust Volume level
Rotate the VOL control to adjust volume
level. Rotate clockwise to increase and
anticlockwise to decrease the volume.
Audio Mute
Press the /MUTE button to mute the volume
from the system. “MUTE” will appear on the
display and the volume will be muted.
Press the /MUTE button again to return
the volume level to the setting in use before
the Mute function was activated.
Audio Controls
To adjust the balance and fader, press
the VOL control until the appropriate audio
control appears on the display panel.
Within five seconds, rotate the VOL control
to adjust the audio settings for the selected
function.
Mode Button (SRC)
Connect the portable audio player to the
AUX interface on the front panel.
2. Press the SRC button to select Aux-In
mode.
Press SRC again to cancel Aux-In mode and
go to the next mode.
The front AUX IN and rear AUX IN canQRW be
useG VLPXOWDQHRXVO\
Setting the Clock
The correct time of day can be set by pressing
and holding the DISP button.
To set the clock:
1. Turn the vehicle ignition and radio on.
2. Press the DISP button to view the clock.
3. With the clock visible on the display,
press and hold the DISP button until the
time display Àashes.
4. Within 5 seconds, rotate the VOL control
counter clockwise to adjust the minutes
to the desired setting. To change the
hour, rotate the VOL control clockwise to
adjust the hour to the desired time.
Press the SRC button to change between
Radio, DISC (when disc is in), USB (when
USB is connected), Card(when SD/MMC card
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*QNF FQYP the [ VOL ] button to enter sound
effect mode. Rotate the knob to change
BEAT EQ in this order:
DSP OFF -> POP -> CLASSIC -> ROCK ->
JAZZ
Press the [ VOL ] button, to select USER
presetV including:
BALANCE -> FADER , rotate the knob to
select a value.
BALANCE:LEFT 1-7->CENTR(->RIGHT 1-7
FADER:FRONT 1-7->CENTR(->REAR 1-7
CD Player Operation
Inserting a Disc
Seek Up/Next Track
Track Repeat Play Select
With the label surface facing up, fully insert
a compact disc into the slot until the
mechanism engages and ORDGV the disc
Play will automatically begin from the first
track on the disc.
NOTE: The unit is designed WR play
standard 5” (12 cm.) compact discs only. Do
not attempt to use D 3” (8 cm) VLQJOH CD
either with or without an adaptor
Press the next track >>| button during disc
play to select the beginning of the next track.
During disc play, press the 3/RPT button to
select “RPT TRK” and repeatedly play the
selected track. Repeat play will continue until
3/RPT is pressed to select “RPT OFF”.
Disc Eject Button
Press the eject button to stop disc play
and eject the disc. The unit will revert to
radio operation. Discs may be ejected
with the vehicle ignition switch on or off. If
an ejected disc is not removed from the
disc slot within 10 seconds of being ejected,
the disc will be re-inserted automatically.
NOTE: To prevent a disc from accidentDO
damage, always remove the disc from the
unit when play is Iinished.
CD Play/Pause Selector
Press the 1/>||TOP button to freeze
disc playback. Press 1/>||TOP again to
resume disc playback.
Seek Down/Previous Track
Press the previous track |<< button during
disc play to select the beginning of the current
track. Press twice to select the beginning of
the previous track.
Cue/Review Functions
High-speed audible search to any section of
the disc can be made by the Cue and Review
functions. Press and hold the next track >>|
button to advance rapidly in the forward
direction or the previous track |<< button to
VHDUFKin UHYHUVH
Intro Play Selector
During disc play, press the 2/INT button
to select “INT ON”, and play the Iirst 10
seconds of each track. When a desired
track is reached, press the 2/INT button to
select “INT OFF” and play the current track.
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Random Play Select
During disc play, press the 4/RDM button to
select “RDM ON” and play all tracks on the
disc in random, shuffled order.
In
Random Play mode, press the |<< / >>|
buttons to select tracks in a random
order instead of the normal progression.
Press 4/RDM again to select “RDM OFF”
and cancel Random Play mode.
Playing MP3/WMA Files
Display Information
During playback, WKHID3 tag information
displayscrolling on the screen LV:
FOLDER, FILE, ALBUM, TITLE, ARTIST
and Track Number /Elapsed Time.
Folder Up/Down
Press the 5 button to go to the previous folder.
Press the 6 button to go to the next folder.
Direct Song/File Access
Press the AMS button once and press the
knob to enable direct track search.
Rotate the VOL control to select a digit.
Press the VOL control to confirm entry
and the tens digit will flash.
Rotate the VOL control to select digit.
Repeat above steps to enter the hundreds
and thousands digit, if necessary.NOTE:
The unit will only allow the selection
of digits that correspond with the
number of files on the media you are
searching.
Once the track number appears on the
screen, KROG GRZQ the VOL control to
play the selected song/file.
Searching Folders/Files
1.
2.
Press the AMS button twice and press
the knob to access the ¿le search option.
Rotate the VOL control to select the
desired directory/song.
Press the VOL control to view the files
inside the selected directory.
Rotate the VOL control to select the song/
file. +ROG GRZQ the VOL control to play
the selected song/file.
MP3 Overview
MP3 is short for MPEG Audio Layer
3 and refers to an audio compression
technology standard.
This product allows playback o MP3 ¿les
on CD-R or CD-RW discs.
The unit can read MP3 ¿les written in the
format compliant with ISO 9660. However
it does not support the MP3 data written
by thepacket writePHWKRG
The unit can not read an MP3 file that
has a ¿le extension other than “.mp3”.
If you play a non-MP3 file that has the
“.mp3” extension, you may hear some
EDFNJURXQGnoise.
In this manual, we refer to what are called
“MP3 ¿le” and “older” in PC terminology
as “Track” and “Album”, respectively.
Maximum number of directory levelV
is 8, including the root directory.
Maximum number of files and folders
per disc is 256.
The unit may notDOZD\V play tracks in
the order of track numbers.
The unit plays only the audio tracks if a
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disc contains both audio tracks and MP3
¿les.
When playing a disc of 8kbps or VBR*,
the elapsed playing time in the display
window will not be correct and also the
intro play may not function properly.
*VBR: Variable Bit Rate.
Note on creating your own CD-Rs or
&'5:VFRQWDLQLQJ03¿OHV
To e n j o y h i g h q u a l i t y s o u n d , w e recommend converting to MP3 ¿les with
a sampling frequency of 44.1 kHz and a
¿xed bit rate o 128 kbps.
DO NOT store more than 256 MP3 ¿les
per disc.
F o r I S O 9 6 6 0 - c o m p l i a n t f o r m a t , the maximum allowable depth of
nested folders is 8, including the root
directory(folder).
When D CD-R disc is used, playback
is possible only for discs which have
been finalized.
Make sure that when MP3 CD-R is
burned that it is formatted as a data disc
and NOT as an audio disc.
You should not write non-MP3 files or
unneeded olders along with MP3 iles on
the CD-R otherwise it ZLOO take a long
time IRU the unit WRstart DQG play MP3
iles.With some CD-R media, data
may not be properly written depending
on the PDQXIDFWXULQJ TXDOLW\
Playing MP3/WMA Files
In this case, data may not be FRUUHFWO\
reproduced.
High quality CD-R discV DUH
recommended. Up to 16 characters
are displayed for the name of an
Album or a Track. ID3 TAG version
1.x is required.
Note that the unit may not DOZD\V
play tracks in the order that you wrote
them to thedisc.
Menu Function
Press and hold the VOL knob more than 2
seconds to enter menu mode , then each
press changes the mode as follows:
DSP mode->DX/LOCAL mode->STEREO/
MONO mode(Radio mode)->BEEP ON/OFF>LOUD ON/OFF->12/24 HOURS mode>SWC mode
LOUD ON/OFF
Rotate the VOL knob to choose loudness on
or off.
12/24 HOURS mode:
Rotate the VOL knob to select 12 or 24 hour
mode.
DSP mode:
Rotate the VOL knob to choose DSP sound
effect:
POP->CLASSIC->ROCK->JAZZ-> DSP OFF
DX/LO (RADIO mode)
Rotate the knob to choose local or
distant VWDWLRQat RADIO mode.
‡ LO: Only stations with strong signal can be
received.
‡ DX: Stations with strong and weak signals
can be received.
STEREO/MONO mode (Radio mode)
Rotate the VOL knob to choose FM stereo or
mono.
BEEP ON/OFF:
Rotate the VOL knob to choose beep sound
on or off.
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SWC (Steering Wheel Control)
Up to 5 functionU can be operated
via CPexisting steering wheel control. This
requires assigning the desired functions to the
buttons of the XGJKENGUsteering wheel.
Press the knob to open the menu.
Turn the knob to select a function key.
Turn the knob VQselect a function for this
function key.
*QNFFQYP a button of the steering wheel
control until SAVE OK appears on the
display.
The EQTTGURQPFKPIfunction is assigned to the
button beingpressed.
Repeat these steps for every additional
function assigned to the steering wheel
control.
USB/SD/MMC MP3 Playback
Anti-Theft System
This unit is equipped with a detachable panel. Removing this
panel makes the radio totally inoperable.
/RDGLQJ6'00&&DUG
Insert the SD/MMC card into the slot, with the
front side WRWKH right.
The unit will DXWRPDWLFDOO\ play the music and
the LCD will show CARD.
7DNHRXW6'00&&DUG
Push SRC button and switch to non CARD
mode, lightly press SD/MMC card, DQG
UHPRYH the card RQFHLWKDV popped out.
/RDGLQJ86%HTXLSPHQW
Open the rubber cap, insert the USB into the
connector 7he unit ZLOO play music IURP the
USB stLFN automatically, and the LCD will
show USB.
5HPRYHWKH86%
Push the SRC button and switch to non USB
mode 7hen take oXW the USB stLFN &lose the
rubber cap.
Remove the detachable panel
1.
Press
button.
2ull the panel VQYCTF[QW.
Gently press the button of the case and open the cover.
Place the panel into the case and take with you when
leavKPI the XGJKENG.
Install detachable panel
Fix right UKFG of face plate VQ the right UKFG of panel slot
Press down the left side of the face plate until if clicks into
the panel slot.
Remove the unit
USB/SD/MMC Notes
USB functions (Àash memory type) MP3 music play
SD/ MMC card support.
USB flash memory 2 in 1 (SD/MMC ) support.
Fat 12/fat 16/fat 32 is possible.
File name : 32 byte/dir name : 32 byte/tag
name : 32 byte
Tag (ID3 tag ver 2.0)
- title/artist/album : 32 byte support.
Multi card reader not supportHG.
USB 1.1 support, USB 2.0 support (It can not
support USB 2.0 speed. ,W ZLOO SOD\ DW the
same speed DV USB 1.1).
1RW DOO 86% GHYLFHV DQG IRUPDWV DUH
FRPSDWLEOH ZLWKWKHXQLW
Switch off power.
Remove the panel and the trim plate.
Insert both L-Keys into the holeV on the VLGHV of the IDFLD
untilthey lock.
Pull out the unit.
2
1
2
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1
Tuner Operation
Band
During radio play, press the BAND button to
choose between three FM, two AM bands. The
indication “AM”, “FM” appears on the display
panel according to your selection.
Up Tuning
Press the seek up >>| button to tune stations
upward step-by-step. The current frequency
will be shown in digital format on the display
panel.
Press and hold the seek >>| button to the next
available station.
Down Tuning
Press the seek down |<< button to tune
stations downward step-by-step.
Press and hold the seek down |<< button to
the previous available station.
Auto Store
Press the AMS button to scan preset stations
1-6. Hold it to automatically select six strong
stations and store them in the current band.
The new stations replace stations already
stored in that band.
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Electrical Connections
Wiring Diagram
NOTE: The REAR AUX IN VKRXOGQRWEHXVHGDWWKHVDPHWLPHDVWKH FRONT AUX IN
Rear Left AUX IN (White)
Rear Right AUX IN (Red)
ANTENNA
SWC
0RQR6RFNHW
Rear Right Line-out (Red)
Rear Left Line-out (White)
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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Installation Guide
Installation Procedures
First complete the electrical connections, and
then check for correctness.
Important: Remove these two screws before installation. Otherwise, the player will not work.
Reset
Press
button to Àip down the panel. Then
press the RESET button with a pointed object
to reset the unit to the original status.
Note: Pressing the RESET button will erase
the clock and stored stations.
lock lever
1. Inset mounting collar into the dashboard, and bend the mounting tabs out with a
screwdriver.
Make sure thHlock lever
Installation Opening
2. Secure the rear of the unit.
After fixing mounting bolt and power connector, fix the rear of the unit to the car body by WKH
rubbercushion.
3. Insert trim plate.
53mm
This unit can be installed in any dashboard
having an opening as shown below.
The dashboard should be 4.75mm - 5.56mm
thick to be able to support the unit.
is flush with the mounting collar (not projecting outward).
183mm
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Troubleshooting
The following checklist can help you solve some problems which you may encounter when using the unit. Before consulting it, check the connections
and follow the instructions in the user manual. Do not use the unit in abnormal condition, for example without sound, or with smoke or foul smell can
cause ¿re or electric shock, immediately stop using it and call the store where you purchased it.
Problem
General
The unit will not switch on.
No sound
The unit or screen does not work normally.
DISC mode
The appliance will not play discs.
Sound skips due to vibration.
TUNER mode
Unable to receive stations.
Poor quality reception of radio station.
Preset stations are lost.
Possible cause
Solution
Car ignition is not on.
Turn your car key in the ignition.
Cable is not properly connected.
Check cable connection.
Fuse is burnt.
Replace fuse with a new fuse of the same capacity.
Volume is set at minimum or the mute
Check the volume or switch the mute function off.
function is on.
The unit system is unstable.
Press the RESET button.
The disc is inserted incorrectly.
The disc is dirty or damaged.
Mounting angle is over 30Û.
Mounting is unstable.
Disc must be inserted with the label side facing up. Clean
the disc and check for damage. Try another disc.
Adjust mounting angle to less than 30Û.
Mount the unit securely with the supplied parts.
The antenna is not connected properly.
Connect the antenna properly.
The antenna is not fully extended or it is Fully extend the antenna and if broken, replace it with a
broken.
new one.
Connect the permanent live FLUFXLW on the unit to the
The battery cable is not properly connected.
permanent live FLUFXLWoI the vehicle.
USB/SD/MMC mode
Unable to insert USB device or SD/MMC The memory card or USB device has been
Insert it the other way around.
card.
inserted the wrong way round.
Check that the ¿le system is in FAT or FAT32 format. Due to
The USB device or SD/MMC card cannot
NTFS format is not supported.
different formats, some models of storage devices or MP3
be read.
players may not be read.
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6SHFLÀFDWLRQV
General
AM(MW) Radio
Power supply
Frequency range
Usable sensitivity
(S/N=20dB)
12V DC (11V-16V)
Test voltage 14.4V,
negative ground
Maximum power output 45Wx4 channels
Continuous power
20Wx4 channels (4
output
10% T.H.D.)
Max. current consumption 12A
Suitable speaker
4-8ohm
impedance
Pre-Amp output voltage 2.0V
(CD play mode: 1KHz,
0dB, 10K load)
Fuse
15A
Dimensions(WxHxD)
178x50x166mm
Weight
1.6kg
Aux-in level
•300mV
Components
5-17KH
z 30dBȝ
Disc Player
System
Frequency response
Signal/noise ratio
Total harmonic distortion
Channel separation
Disc digital
audio system
20Hz - 20KHz
>80dB
Less than
0.20% (1KHz)
>60dB
Mounting collar
Machine screws M5x6 mm
Mounting bolt (50 mm)
Wire connector
Trim plate
Removal key
Operating Instructions
Rubber cushion
1
4
1
1
1
2
1
1
FM Stereo Radio
Frequency range
Usable sensitivity
Frequency response
Stereo separation
Image response ratio
IF response ratio
Signal/noise ratio
87.5-108.0MHz
8dBȝ
30Hz-15KHz
30dB (1KHz)
50dB
70dB
>55dB
Note:
Specifications and the design are subject to
change without notice due to improvements.
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AX150
P/N.: 127075006994
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