Introduction
Thank you for buying a Mitsubishi Motors product.
This Owner’s Manual will add to your understanding
and full enjoyment of the many fine features of the
Mitsubishi Multi Communication System(MMCS).
Throughout this manual the words WARNING
and CAUTION appear.
These are reminders to be especially careful.
Failure to follow the instructions could result in
personal injury or damage to your vehicle.
WARNING
Indicates a strong possibility of severe personal
injury or death if instructions are not followed.
CAUTION
Points out hazards or unsafe practices that could
cause minor personal injury or damage to your
vehicle.
You will see another important symbol:
NOTE :Gives helpful information.
© 2007 Mitsubishi Motors Corporation Printed in Japan
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Usage Precautions
WARNING
• Do not operate the Mitsubishi Multi Communication
System (MMCS) while driving.
• Always concentrate on your driving first. Keep
your eyes and mind on the road. If distracted while
driving, you could cause an accident.
• When operating the MMCS, do not park with the
engine running in a closed or poorly ventilated
area. Carbon monoxide gas, which is odorless
and extremely poisonous, can build up and cause
serious injury or death.
CAUTION
• Drive according to the actual traffic conditions. The
MMCS gives guidance to arrive at the destination,
but it cannot warn the driver of sudden dangers or
potential damage.
• The route guidance of the MMCS may sometimes
differ from the actual road conditions. Drive safely
in accordance with the new road conditions or
regulations.
• Do not look at the screen for a long time while
driving, as it can cause an accident.
• Do not disassemble or modify, as it could cause
malfunctions, smoke emissions or fire.
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NOTE
• For safety reasons, some functions are not possible
to operate while driving.
• If an abnormality (e.g., water or foreign matter
enters the MMCS or the MMCS emits smoke or
an abnormal smell) occurs, do not use the MMCS.
Have it inspected at an authorized Mitsubishi
dealer. Do not continue to use the MMCS or try to
repair it yourself.
• The following are characteristics of the LCD and
are not malfunctions:
- Small black spots or bright spots (red, blue, or
green) on the screen.
- When it is cold, the screen becomes darker or
reddish or operations become slower.
- Color and brightness vary according to the
viewing angle.
• Use a clean soft cloth to wipe off any dirt from the
screen. Do not use any cleaners (such as benzene,
thinners, antistatic agents or chemical cloths), as
they may damage the screen.
• Do not use the MMCS for an extended time while
the engine is off, as it will discharge the vehicle
battery.
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Navigation System
Basic Operation Reference Guide
1
Storing the Home Location
>>> “When Storing Your Home” (page 5-2)
2
Adding a Way Point
Introduction
Introduction
Add a way point to be visited on the way to the
destination.
>>> “Adding a Way Point” (page 4-6)
Deciding Locations to Store
Destinations and way points can be easily selected if
frequently visited locations are stored.
>>> “Storing a New Location” (page 5-1)
>>> “Editing a Location” (page 5-4)
Searching for the Destination
Use one of the methods below to decide the
destination
• Searching from the Map Screen
Viewing the Route
The route to the destination can be viewed.
>>> “View Route” (page 4-1)
>>> “Destination Setting for Scrolled Position” (page 2-8)
>>> “Destination Setting” (page 3-12)
Deciding the Route Search Conditions
• Searching from the Address
The route search for the destination can be changed.
>>> “Showing the Route (3 Routes)” (page 4-4)
>>> “From Address/Intersection” (page 3-2)
• Searching from the Points of Interest (POI)
Name
>>> “Points of Interest (POI) Name” (page 3-5)
3
Arriving at the Destination
4
Going Home
Go back to the stored home location.
>>> “Go Home” (page 3-7)
5
Deleting the Route
>>> “Deleting the Route” (page 4-9)
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Table of contents
Introduction
Scrolling the Map ------------------------------- 2-8
Destination Setting --------------------------- 3-12
Destination Setting for Scrolled Position ----------2-8
Viewing the car location -------------------------------2-8
Setting as Destination -------------------------------- 3-12
Setting as Way Point --------------------------------- 3-12
Storing the Location ---------------------------------- 3-13
Intersection Guidance ----------------------- 2-10
Navigation System
Basic Operation Reference Guide ------ 1-1
Outline of the System -------------------------- 1-5
Guidance Map ----------------------------------------- 2-10
Turn List ------------------------------------------------- 2-10
Arrow Guide -------------------------------------------- 2-11
Parts Name and Functions ------------------- 1-6
Listening to the Voice Guide -------------- 2-12
Roles of the Panel Operations Keys ---------------1-6
Role of the Steering Switch ---------------------------1-6
How to Enter Text ----------------------------- 2-13
GPS Measurement ------------------------------ 1-7
Error in the Current Location --------------- 1-9
Route Calculation ----------------------------- 1-11
®
SM
Entering a letter ---------------------------------------- 2-13
Entering a Symbol ------------------------------------ 2-13
Deleting Text -------------------------------------------- 2-13
Switching between Upper Case and Lower Case --- 2-14
Completing the input --------------------------------- 2-14
Gracenote Music Recognition Service --- 1-12
End-User License Agreement ---------------------- 1-12
Basic Operation
Destination
Basic Method ---------------------------------------------3-1
Advanced Search ---------------------------------------3-1
Starting the MMCS ------------------------------ 2-1
Basic Method ------------------------------------- 3-2
Operation Instructions----------------------------------2-2
Lists ---------------------------------------------------------2-2
From Address/Intersection ----------------------------3-2
Points of Interest (POI) Name------------------------3-5
Previous 20 -----------------------------------------------3-7
Address Book --------------------------------------------3-7
Go Home --------------------------------------------------3-7
Menu Screens (Three Menus) --------------- 2-3
Scroll Menu -----------------------------------------------2-3
Navi Menu-------------------------------------------------2-3
Route Menu-----------------------------------------------2-4
Map Screen ---------------------------------------- 2-5
Current Location Screen ------------------------------2-5
Changing the Map Display ------------------- 2-6
Displaying the Current Location Screen -----------2-6
Changing the Scale -------------------------------------2-6
Changing Map Orientation ----------------------------2-7
Advanced Search ------------------------------- 3-8
Nearby POI -----------------------------------------------3-8
POI along Route -----------------------------------------3-9
POI by Dest./Way Point -------------------------------3-9
POI along a Street ------------------------------------ 3-10
POI by Freeway --------------------------------------- 3-10
Map Point ----------------------------------------------- 3-11
Return Trip ---------------------------------------------- 3-11
Latitude/Longitude ------------------------------------ 3-11
Route
View Route ---------------------------------------- 4-1
Route Option Icon ---------------------------------------4-1
Remaining-------------------------------------------------4-2
Preview ----------------------------------------------------4-2
Route Outline---------------------------------------------4-2
Detour ----------------------------------------------- 4-3
Detour Distance -----------------------------------------4-3
Avoid Street -----------------------------------------------4-3
Editing the Route (Itinerary) ----------------- 4-4
Showing the Route (3 Routes) -----------------------4-4
Re-ordering -----------------------------------------------4-5
Adding a Way Point -------------------------------------4-6
Deleting ----------------------------------------------------4-6
Option ------------------------------------------------------4-7
Start Demo ---------------------------------------- 4-8
Deleting the Route ------------------------------ 4-9
Address Book
Storing a New Location ----------------------- 5-1
From the Navi Menu ------------------------------------5-1
From the Scroll Menu ----------------------------------5-1
To Customize/Modify Address -----------------------5-2
When Storing Your Home -----------------------------5-2
Icons --------------------------------------------------------5-3
Editing a Location ------------------------------ 5-4
Editing ------------------------------------------------------5-4
Deleting ----------------------------------------------------5-5
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Audio
Displaying during Navi Functions -------------------6-1
Source Plate ----------------------------------------------6-1
A/V Icon----------------------------------------------------6-2
Operation Limits while Driving -----------------------6-2
Switching to Audio Screen ----------------------------6-3
Ending Audio ---------------------------------------------6-3
Adjusting the Volume -----------------------------------6-3
Displaying the Navi Screen ---------------------------6-3
Disk Handling ------------------------------------ 6-4
Inserting and Removing Disks -----------------------6-4
Correct Disk Handling ----------------------------------6-5
Types of Playable Disks----------------------- 6-6
Non-Standard CDs--------------------------------------6-6
Meaning of the Logos on DVDs ---------------------6-6
MP3/WMA Files------------------------------------------6-7
Folder Configurations ----------------------------------6-7
MP3s -------------------------------------------------------6-7
WMA--------------------------------------------------------6-8
Listening to Radio ------------------------------ 6-9
Selecting Stations ---------------------------------------6-9
Scanning Broadcasting Stations --------------------6-9
Storing Broadcast Stations ------------------------- 6-10
Recalling Stored Stations --------------------------- 6-11
Display Contents -------------------------------------- 6-12
Selecting Stations ------------------------------------- 6-13
Selecting a Category to Be Received ------------ 6-13
Scanning ------------------------------------------------ 6-13
Storing Channels -------------------------------------- 6-15
Recalling Stored Channels ------------------------- 6-15
Switching TEXT Display ----------------------------- 6-16
Setting Channel Skipping --------------------------- 6-16
Parental Lock Channel------------------------------- 6-17
Displaying the SIRIUS ID --------------------------- 6-18
Listening to Music CDs --------------------- 6-19
Display Contents -------------------------------------- 6-19
Basic Operations -------------------------------------- 6-20
Changing the Playback Mode ---------------------- 6-20
Recording to the Music Server ----------- 6-22
Displaying during Recording ----------------------- 6-22
Recording ----------------------------------------------- 6-22
Stopping Recording----------------------------------- 6-24
Music Server
Music Server -------------------------------------- 7-1
Display Contents ----------------------------------------7-1
Configuration ------------------------------------- 7-2
Group-------------------------------------------------------7-2
Playlist -----------------------------------------------------7-2
Listening to the Music Server --------------- 7-3
Basic Operations ----------------------------------------7-3
Changing the Playback Mode ------------------------7-4
Searching for Desired Tracks --------------- 7-7
Selecting Tracks from the List Screen -------------7-7
Searching Using the Search Function -------------7-8
Editing User Groups ------------------------- 7-11
Creating User Groups -------------------------------- 7-11
Creating User Playlists------------------------------- 7-11
Adding Tracks to Playlists --------------------------- 7-14
Setting the “My Best” Group -------------- 7-15
Obtaining Title Information ---------------- 6-25
Setting the “My Frequency” Conditions ---------- 7-15
Adding to “My Favorites” ---------------------------- 7-16
Gracenote Service ------------------------------------ 6-25
Obtaining Title Information -------------------------- 6-25
Editing Detailed Information -------------- 7-17
Listening to MP3/WMA Disks ------------- 6-27
Display Contents -------------------------------------- 6-27
Basic Operations -------------------------------------- 6-27
Changing the Playback Mode ---------------------- 6-28
Introduction
Audio Functions --------------------------------- 6-1
Listening to SIRIUS --------------------------- 6-12
Changing Titles ---------------------------------------- 7-18
Changing Artist Names ------------------------------ 7-18
Changing Group Names----------------------------- 7-18
Changing Categories --------------------------------- 7-19
Changing the Playback Order ------------ 7-20
Changing the Group Playback Order ------------ 7-20
Changing the Playlist Playback Order ----------- 7-21
Changing the Track Playback Order ------------- 7-22
Deleting ------------------------------------------- 7-23
Deleting One Item ------------------------------------- 7-23
Deleting All Items -------------------------------------- 7-24
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Visual
Air Conditioner --------------------------------- 9-11
Route Options ---------------------------------10-12
Watching DVDs ---------------------------------- 8-1
Mobile Phone ----------------------------------- 9-12
Display Contents ----------------------------------------8-1
Basic Operations ----------------------------------------8-2
Operations Menu ----------------------------------------8-3
Playing DVDs with Viewing Restrictions ----------8-5
Displaying the Default Settings Menu --------------8-6
Language Settings --------------------------------------8-6
Displaying Angle Marks --------------------------------8-7
Audio Compression -------------------------------------8-7
Viewing Restrictions ------------------------------------8-8
Language Codes ------------------------------------- 8-10
Making Phone Calls ---------------------------------- 9-12
Receiving Phone Calls ------------------------------- 9-12
Route Priority ----------------------------------------- 10-12
Minimize Freeways --------------------------------- 10-12
Minimize Toll Roads -------------------------------- 10-12
Minimize Ferries ------------------------------------- 10-13
Avoid Selected Areas ------------------------------ 10-13
Avoid Time Restricted Roads -------------------- 10-13
AUX / Video Entertainment System ----- 8-11
AUX ------------------------------------------------------- 8-11
Video Entertainment System ----------------------- 8-11
Information
Calendar -------------------------------------------- 9-1
Setting Special Days -----------------------------------9-1
Editing Special Days -----------------------------------9-2
Deleting Special Days----------------------------------9-2
Setting Anniversaries -----------------------------------9-3
Editing Anniversaries -----------------------------------9-4
Deleting Anniversaries ---------------------------------9-4
Trip --------------------------------------------------- 9-5
Reset Mode -----------------------------------------------9-5
Driving Distance and Time ----------------------------9-6
Lap Time---------------------------------------------------9-6
Environment -------------------------------------- 9-8
Maintenance -------------------------------------- 9-9
Setting the Maintenance Timing ---------------------9-9
Update --------------------------------------------------- 9-10
Clear ------------------------------------------------------ 9-10
Other Info ---------------------------------------- 9-13
Support Info--------------------------------------------- 9-13
Vehicle Position ---------------------------------------- 9-13
Setting
Adjusting the Screen ------------------------ 10-1
Display Off ---------------------------------------------- 10-1
Picture Control ----------------------------------------- 10-1
Screen Size --------------------------------------------- 10-1
Sound Control ---------------------------------- 10-2
If Premium Sound System is not connected ---- 10-2
If Premium Sound System is connected -------- 10-2
System Settings ------------------------------- 10-4
Time ------------------------------------------------------ 10-4
Language------------------------------------------------ 10-4
Unit-------------------------------------------------------- 10-5
Other Settings ------------------------------------------ 10-5
Guidance ----------------------------------------10-14
Guidance Mode -------------------------------------- 10-14
Travel Time ------------------------------------------- 10-15
Time/Distance remaining -------------------------- 10-15
POI Icons on Guidance Map --------------------- 10-15
List Orientation --------------------------------------- 10-15
Personal Settings ----------------------------10-16
Address Book ---------------------------------------- 10-16
Home Location --------------------------------------- 10-16
Avoid Areas ------------------------------------------- 10-16
My Categories---------------------------------------- 10-18
Delete Previous 20---------------------------------- 10-19
Navi Voice / Other ----------------------------10-19
END-USER LICENSE AGREEMENT ----10-20
Equipment --------------------------------------- 10-7
Equipment Items that Can Be Set ---------------- 10-7
Returning the Equipment Settings to Default ----- 10-8
Navi Screen Options ------------------------- 10-9
One/Two Maps ----------------------------------------- 10-9
Points of Interest (POI) Icons on Map---------- 10-10
Map Color ----------------------------------------------10-11
Current Street Name --------------------------------10-11
Address Book Name --------------------------------10-11
Vehicle Tracking --------------------------------------10-11
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System
• Male or female voice guidance is available in 3
languages.
(English, French, Spanish)
• Trip information such as average speed, average fuel
economy, and instant fuel economy can be viewed.
(page 9-5)
• Detailed settings can be made for vehicle equipment.
(page 10-7)
• The vehicle maintenance timing can be managed
with the maintenance function. (page 9-9)
• Environmental information such as the outside
air temperature, altitude, and air pressure can be
viewed. (page 9-8)
• A special day or anniversary can be managed with
the calendar function. (page 9-1)
• DVDs can be played. (page 8-1)
• Music CDs can be recorded and played using the
Music Server. (page 7-1)
Easy Operation Setting
• The touch panel enables easy operation.
Display Guidance
Introduction
Outline of the System
• POI icons can be displayed on the map. There are
43 POI icon types. (page 10-10)
• The menu and map colors can be changed.
(page 10-6),(page 10-11)
• Markings can be displayed on the road on which the
vehicle is being driven. (page 10-11)
Routing
• Detour routes can be set with specified distances or
streets to avoid. (page 4-3)
• A route can be selected from 3 routes that have
different calculation conditions. (page 4-4)
• Areas to avoid can be set. (page 10-16)
Voice Guidance
• Guidance is given for the required information at the
optimum time. (page 2-12)
• A male or female voice can be selected. (page 10-5)
Vehicle information display (page 9-5)
• You can check or set driving information.
• You can check distance to empty, distance driven
after refueling, and driving time.
Destination Setting
• Addresses and nearby POIs can be easily searched
for and set as the destination. (page 3-2)
• A route can be set for returning home. (page 3-7)
• A n e w d e s t i n a t i o n c a n b e s e t f ro m t h e 2 0
destinations that have been previously set.
(page 3-7)
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Parts Name and Functions
Roles of the Panel Operations Keys
Role of the Steering Switch
1)
12)
2)
11)
3)
10)
4)
9)
5)
6)
8)
7)
1) [MODE] Key
Displays the A/V mode selection
screen.
8) Joystick
Scrolls the maps and implements
item selection.
2) [AUDIO] Key
Switches between the A/V screen and
the NAVI screen.
9) [MENU] Key
Displays the Navi menu screen.
3) [VOL] Key
Adjusts the A/V volume.
4) [PWR] Key
Turns ON and OFF the audio
functions.
10)[ SCALE ] Key
Changes the map scale.
11) [NAVI] Key
Displays the current location screen.
12)[INFO] Key
Displays the Info screen.
5) [SET] Key
Displays the Settings screen.
2)
1)
3)
1) Volume up / down
( [ + ] and [ - ] Keys )
Adjust the volume during audio
function playback.
2) CH up / down
([ ] and [ ]Keys)
Moves up and down radio stations,
moves to the next or previous track
during CD playback, and moves to
the next or previous chapter during
DVD playback.
3) [MODE] Key
Toggles the A/V mode each time this
key is pressed.
6) [OPEN] Key
Opens and closes the monitor panel.
7) [ENT] Key
Implements the selected item.
Parts Name and Functions 1-6
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GPS
GPS is the acronym for Global Positioning System.
The MMCS uses GPS satellites that orbit the Earth
in space at an altitude of approximately 20,000km.
Electromagnetic waves from at least three of these
satellites are received on the Earth by the system,
making it possible to learn the current position.
Map Matching
When traveling with just the GPS, there may be errors
in the current position display. In such case, “map
matching” is the function that compensates for this
error by assuming that vehicles travel on roads and
placing the current position on a nearby road.
GPS antenna position
NOTE
• Area with many high-rise buildings
Since it may not be possible to accurately display the
vehicle position if the electromagnetic waves from
the GPS satellite are blocked, be sure to obey the
following:
• Do not attach reflective-type films or films containing
carbon to the window glass.
• Do not place objects on top of or close to the GPS
antenna.
• Do not use cellphones, computers, etc. near the
GPS antenna.
• Between closely-spaced trees
Introduction
GPS Measurement
Situations where accurate measurement is not
possible
In situations such as the following, accurate
measurement may not be possible.
• Inside a tunnel or indoor parking area
The position of the vehicle is determined from the
weak electromagnetic waves from GPS satellites
received by the GPS antenna.
The US Tracking and Control Center controls the
satellites. Sometimes the electromagnetic waves are
stopped during upgrades or repairs to the system.
NOTE
• Do not block the electromagnetic waves, from GPS
satellites by placing objects on or around the GPS
antenna.
• Avoid using a 1.5G digital mobile phone in the vicinity
of the GPS antenna, as it could prevent accurate
measurement.
• Under a two-tier freeway
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Situations where errors occur in the current
location and direction
• Errors sometimes occur when the accuracy of the
GPS satellite unit is poor.
• The GPS satellites are controlled by the United
States Department of Defense, so sometimes the
satellite itself intentionally sends incorrect position
data. The measurement error will increase in this
kind of situation.
• Sometimes sufficient accuracy is not possible
because the distribution of the GPS satellites is poor
(when the satellites are aligned in approximately the
same direction or height). (The best accuracy for
GPS measurement is when signals are received from
multiple satellites; a satellite directly over the vehicle
and others just over the horizon to the north, south,
east and west.)
• Regarding the height and directional accuracy of
GPS measurement, errors are slightly more likely in
the horizontal direction.
• Electromagnetic waves from satellites higher than the
vehicle height can be received, but electromagnetic
waves cannot physically be received from satellites
positioned lower than the vehicle height (on the far
side of the Earth). This means that an adequate
height comparison is not possible.
3D Measurement
When valid electromagnetic waves can be received
from at least four GPS satellites, the 3D positions of
latitude, longitude and height are calculated.
2D Measurement
When valid electromagnetic waves can only be
received from three or less GPS satellites, the height
is assumed to be unchanged from the previous
measurement and the 2D positions of latitude and
longitude are calculated. If this happens, the accuracy
of the position is less than with the 3D measurement.
No Measurement
If no valid electromagnetic waves can be received from
the GPS satellites, there is no measurement.
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In situations such as the following, the current
location may not be correctly displayed.
• When driving on roads with elevation differences,
such as mountain roads with steep inclines
• When meandering on wide roads
Introduction
Error in the Current Location
• Vehicle was moved without it being driven
(E.g., when transported on a ferry or trailer)
• When driving on Y-shaped roads
• When driving on roads that continue for a long time
in a straight line or gentle curve
(E.g., freeways)
• Vehicle direction was changed without turning on the
engine
(E.g., on a turntable in a parking area)
• When starting and stopping frequently at low speed,
such as in a traffic jam
• When driving around tight hairpin corners
• After replacing the tires or chains
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• When driving on snowy or unpaved roads
• When driving on a road that turns around in the
same direction, such as a loop-shaped bridge or
interchange
• When driving on roads parallel to others
• When driving on roads where map data is not
available
• When driving on grid-shaped roads
• When GPS measurements could not be made for an
extended distance.
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• The most up-to-date road information and regulation
data possible have been used for the maps
and information used in this system. However,
subsequent road changes may cause the information
to differ from the actual conditions, and inappropriate
guidance may be given. Be sure to drive according
to the actual traffic conditions.
• Not all roads are subject to the recommended route
guidance.
• The calculated route is only one example of a road
that reaches the destination, which the system
calculated by taking into account road types and
traffic conditions. It is not necessarily always the best
route.
• Not all ferry routes are necessarily stored in the data.
Further, even if ferry routes are prioritized they are
not necessarily used in the route.
• The route selection is a comprehensive judgement
based on factors such as the road type, distance
and road width, but this does not mean that the best
route is always selected. Think of the route as only
one example of many possible routes.
• The route guidance is performed for the roads
subject to the route guidance that are the nearest
to the destination or way point. For this reason,
an inappropriate route may be displayed if the set
route includes a location where many roads are
concentrated together, such as at an interchange.
Further, if the destination or way point becomes
far away from the intersections of roads subject to
the route guidance, a route may be displayed that
passes the destination or way point.
• Traffic lanes in both directions are separately input
for wide roads or roads with central dividers. If a
destination (way point) is set in this kind of position, a
route may be selected that passes and then returns
to the destination (way point).
Introduction
Route Calculation
• The first guidance location is the road nearest to the
starting position (vehicle).
• The final guidance location is the road nearest to the
location set as the destination.
• If while driving along the route seems very indirect, it
is possible that a route has been set in the direction
opposite to the current vehicle direction.
• The guidance route may result in the vehicle being on
the opposite side of a river or station from that which
is desired. If this happens, move the destination near
to the desired road.
• Sometimes it will not be possible to avoid toll roads
or ferry routes, when there are no other suitable
routes.
• If three recommended routes do not exist, the same
route may be repeated.
• Sometimes the enlarged intersection map will not be
displayed immediately after the route calculation, or
due to other conditions.
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Gracenote® Music
Recognition ServiceSM
Music recognition technology and related data are
provided by Gracenote®.
Gracenote is the industry standard in music recognition
technology and related content delivery. For more
information visit www.gracenote.com.
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#6,240,459, #6,330,593, and other patents issued or
pending. Some services supplied under license from
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Gracenote and CDDB are registered trademarks of
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music-related information, including name, artist, track,
and title information (“Gracenote Data”) from online
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Introduction
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Version 2.2
Gracenote® Music Recognition ServiceSM 1-13
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Gracenote® Music Recognition ServiceSM 1-14
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Basic Operation
1
Turn “ON” the ignition switch
2
Touch the desired language
Basic Operation
Starting the MMCS
WARNING
• Do not operate the Mitsubishi Multi Communication
System (MMCS) while driving.
• Always concentrate on your driving first. Keep your
eyes and mind on the road. If distracted while
driving, you could cause an accident.
• When operating the MMCS, do not park with the
engine running in a closed or poorly ventilated
area. Carbon monoxide gas, which is odorless and
extremely poisonous, can build up and cause serious
injury or death.
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NOTE
• When the meter is set to Auto, the language of both
sides can be changed by performing operations on
either the MMCS side or the meter side.
• When the meter is set to Manual, the language
of the meter side and the MMCS side can be set
separately.
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The opening screen is displayed.
If any function other than AUDIO was used last time,
go to Step 2.
NOTE
• If special days and anniversaries (page 9-1) have
been set, when the date matches the settings, the
set icon is displayed on screen.
• If maintenance information (page 9-9) has been set,
when the maintenance distance has been exceeded
or the maintenance timing has been exceeded, a
telop will be displayed in the opening screen.
3
Touch [OK]
After a moment, the display is changed to the
navigation screen.
NOTE
• If the battery voltage is low in cold regions, etc., the
navigation screen is displayed rather than the screen
last used.
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The Screens in this Manual
Operation Instructions
With this navigation system, operations
can be performed by pressing the panel
keys or touching the screen buttons.
Operate the screen by touching lightly with
a fingertip.
The screens described in this manual are for
explanation. They may be different from actual
screens, and their operation may also be different.
Lists
This section explains the list operation
buttons when a list has been displayed.
Scrolls forward through a list one line at
a time.
Scrolls forward through a list one page
at a time.
Scrolls back through a list one line at a
time.
Scrolls back through a list one page at
a time.
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WARNING
• While driving, do not perform complicated
operations or concentrate on the screen. Failure to
pay attention to the road ahead may cause traffic
accidents. Have a front seat passenger perform
the operations, or stop the car in a safe location
before operating.
NOTE
• Do not touch the screen with wet hands or press
it with hard, sharp objects, as this may cause
malfunction.
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Menu Screens (Three Menus)
Navi Menu
Press the [MENU] key to display.
After scrolling the map, press the [ENT]
key to display.
1)
2)
3)
5)
4)
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1) [Set as Dest.]
Sets the cursor position as the destination.
>>> “Destination Setting for Scrolled Position” (page 2-8)
2) [Address Book]
The cursor position can be stored in the address
book.
>>> “Storing a New Location” (page 5-1)
3) [Nearby POI ]
POI can be searched for in the vicinity of the cursor
position. >>> “Nearby POI ” (page 3-8)
4) [Location check]
The positional relationship between the cursor
position and the current location can be viewed.
>>> “Viewing the car location” (page 2-8)
5) Cursor
8) [Navigation Tools]
The Demo of the set route and basic information
related to the navigation can be viewed.
>>> “Start Demo” (page 4-8)
9) [Route]
The [Route] button is displayed when a destination
has been set.
>>> “Route Menu” (page 2-4)
Basic Operation
Scroll Menu
7) [Navigation Settings]
Various functions related to the navigation can be
set. >>> “Settings” (page 10-1)
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1) [Address/Intersection]
The location can be searched for using the address
or street name of the destination.
>>> “From Address/Intersection” (page 3-2)
2) [Point of Interest]
The location can be searched for using a POI
name.
>>> “Points of Interest (POI) Name” (page 3-5)
3) [Advanced Search]
An advanced search is possible based on the POI
search.
>>> “Advanced Search” (page 3-8)
4) [Previous 20]
A new destination can be set from the 20 destinations
that have been previously set.
>>> “Previous 20” (page 3-7)
5) [Address Book]
A previously stored location can be called up and
set as the destination.
>>> “Address Book” (page 5-1)
6) [Go Home]
A route can be set for returning home.
>>> “Go Home” (page 3-7)
Menu Screens (Three Menus) 2-3
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Route Menu
Touch [Route] on the current location
screen to display. The route can be viewed
or edited.
NOTE
• The [Route] button is displayed when a destination
has been set.
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1) [Detour]
The route can be changed to one that detours a
specified area.
>>> “Detour” (page 4-3)
2) [Itinerary]
The destination position can be changed, a way
point can be added, and the route calculation
conditions can be changed.
>>> “Editing the Route (Itinerary)” (page 4-4)
3) [View Route]
The route can be viewed using various methods.
>>> “View Route” (page 4-1)
4) [Delete Route]
Deleting a created route.
>>> “Deleting the Route” (page 4-9)
5) [Nearby POI ]
POI can be searched for in the vicinity of the current
location. >>> “Nearby POI ” (page 3-8)
Menu Screens (Three Menus) 2-4
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Map Screen
8) Map Scale
Shows the scale of the displayed map.
Basic Operation
The current position of your vehicle is
displayed on the “Current Location Screen”.
7) Destination/Way Point Information
When a route is set, shows the distance and time
to the destination or way point.
9) Destination/Way Point Direction Icon
Shows the direction to the destination or way point.
Only displayed when a route has been set.
Current Location Screen
10)Orientation Mark
Shows the orientation of the displayed map.
1)
2)
3)
10)
4)
9)
8)
5)
6)
7)
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1) Maneuver Icon
When a route is set, displays whether to turn left or
right at the next intersection of the guidance, and
the distance to this intersection.
2) Direction Box
When a route is set, displays the route number or street
name of the next street to turn onto.
3) Vehicle Mark
Shows the position of the vehicle being driven.
4) Guidance Route
When a route is set, shows the route to the
destination.
5) [Route]
[Route] is displayed only while setting route. When
touched, shows Route Menu (page 2-4) .
6) Street Name
Displays the name of the street currently being
traveled.
Map Screen 2-5
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Changing the Map Display
Changing the display method of the map
screen.
Displaying the Current Location Screen
The scale of the map display can be
changed within a range of 1/32 miles (50m)
to 60 miles (100km).
When two maps are displayed, the left and right
screens can be changed to different scales.
The scale of the right map is changed with the same
operations as when there is only one map. This section
explains how to change the scale of the left map.
NOTE
NOTE
• The scale display unit can be changed from “mile” to
“km”. >>> “Unit” (page 10-5)
Displays the current location.
1
Two Maps Mode
Changing the Scale
Press the [NAVI] key
One Map Mode
1
[
To display a wider area, press the
SCALE] key
• Switching between One Map and Two Map can
be performed in “Screen Options”. >>> “One/Two
Maps” (page 10-9)
1 Touch the map section of the left
map
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The current location screen is displayed.
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A wider area can be viewed each time the [
key is pressed.
SCALE]
2 For a detailed display, press the
[SCALE ] key
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A scale bar is displayed.
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A more detailed area can be viewed each time the
[SCALE ] key is pressed.
NOTE
• Press and hold the [
SCALE] key or the [SCALE
key to change the scale using smooth zoom.
]
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2
Touch [
] to display a wide area
Changing Map Orientation
Map Orientation
Mark
1
(Red)
Touch the orientation button
Orientation Mark
(Red)
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A wider area can be viewed each time [
3 Touch [
area
] is touched.
(Blue)
or
(Blue)
] to display a detailed
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Name
Display Contents
The vehicle mark is rotated so
North-Up that the north of the map is
always facing the front (up).
The map is rotated so that
Headingthe vehicle is always facing
Up
the front (up).
“Heading-Up” or “NorthUp” is selected automatically,
depending on the map scale.
“Heading-Up” is selected for a
Auto
scale of 1/16 miles (100m) or
less, and “North-Up” is selected
for a scale of 1/8 miles (250m)
or more.
Basic Operation
The map orientation can be changed
according to various conditions.
North-Up
In Two Maps Display
When two maps are displayed, the left and right
maps are linked together, with either “Heading-Up” or
“North-Up” selected for both. However, when “Auto”
is set, different orientations can be selected for the left
and right maps, depending on the scale.
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A more detailed area can be viewed each time [ ] is
touched.
NOTE
• Perform these operations while the scale bar is being
displayed.
• Touch and hold [ ] or [ ] to change the scale using
smooth zoom.
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Heading-Up
Each time the orientation mark is touched, the map
orientation is changed in the sequence “North-Up”
“Heading-Up”
“Auto”.
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Scrolling the Map
Destination Setting for Scrolled Position
Viewing the car location
The map can be scrolled to search for a
location to view.
The position reached with the map scroll
can be set as the destination.
The positional relationship between the
current location and the position reached
with the map scroll can be viewed.
1 Move the joystick in the direction
to be viewed
1 Scroll the map and place the
cursor on the desired location, and
press the [ENT] key
1 Scroll the map and place the cursor
on the desired location, and press the
[ENT] key
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The scroll menu screen is displayed.
2
The scroll menu screen is displayed.
Touch [Set as Dest.]
>>> Continued at “Destination Setting” (page 3-12)
NOTE
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The map is scrolled.
NOTE
• When Two Map is set, during scrolling One Map
display is shown at the scale selected for the rightside screen.
• During scrolling, the scale can be changed by
pressing [SCALE] key.
• If there are several
POIs in the scroll,
a list is displayed,
and the POIs to be
registered can be
selected.
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• Touch [Address Book] to store the cursor position.
>>> “From the Scroll Menu” (page 5-1)
• Touch [Nearby POI ] to search for POI (Points of
Interest) in the vicinity of the cursor position.
>>> “From the Scroll Menu” (page 3-9)
Scrolling the Map 2-8
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2
Touch [Location check]
Basic Operation
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Cursor Position
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The positional relationship between the current
location and the cursor position can be viewed.
NOTE
• The location with the
cursor position.
(pin mark) mark is the
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Intersection Guidance
An enlarged intersection map is displayed
when an intersection is approached.
The guidance mode can be changed with the
settings.
Guidance Map
Turn List
The screen changes from the normal map
screen to the intersection guidance map.
The screen changes from the turn list to
the intersection guidance map.
NOTE
• Refer to “Guidance Mode” (page 10-14) for details on
how to change the guidance mode.
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NOTE
NOTE
• The ferry mark is displayed when
there is a ferry terminal.
• The toll booth mark is displayed
when there is a toll booth.
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• The ferry mark is displayed when
there is a ferry terminal.
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Arrow Guide
Basic Operation
The screen changes from the arrow guide
to the intersection guidance map.
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NOTE
• The ferry illustration
is displayed when
there is a ferry
terminal.
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Intersection Guidance 2-11
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Listening to the Voice Guide
The voice guide provides information
regarding the distance to the next intersection
on the route and the direction you should turn.
The voice guide comes on automatically
when approaching in intersection, but can
be activated at any time by the following
operation:
1
Touch the [Maneuver icon]
Maneuver Icon
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The intersection guidance map is displayed, and voice
guidance is performed.
NOTE
• The voice guidance volume and male or female voice
selection can be changed.
>>> “Other Settings” (page 10-5)
Listening to the Voice Guide 2-12
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How to Enter Text
Entering a letter
1
Deleting Text
1
Touch the letters
Touch [
]
Basic Operation
The text input keyboard is displayed when
searching for a location or for the name of a
stored location.
Capital letters, small letters, and symbols can
be input depending on the function.
NOTE
• The examples in this section all show the screen
for editing stored locations, but operations for other
input keyboards are performed in the same way.
• The keyboard layout can be changed between
[Alphabet] and [PC] using “Keyboard Layout” in
“Other Settings” (page 10-6)
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The touched letters are input.
Entering a Symbol
1
Touch [More]
2
Touch the symbols
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The letters are deleted one by one.
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The touched symbols are input.
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Clear All Text
1
Switching between Upper Case
and Lower Case
Touch [Clear All]
Completing the input
1
1
Touch [Set]
Touch [A/a]
The input letters are set, and the screen returns to the
original display.
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The letter changes to lower case.
2
Touch [A/a] again
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All the input letters are deleted.
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The letter returns to upper case.
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Destination
Advanced Search
From Address/Intersection (page 3-2)
Nearby POI (page 3-8)
Used when the address or intersection of 2 streets at
the destination is known.
Searching for POI in the vicinity of the current location.
Points of Interest (POI) Name (page 3-5)
POI along Route (page 3-9)
Destination
Navigation operations start with the location
search.
If a map of the destination can be displayed,
the route to the destination can be set and the
location can be stored in the address book.
The following search methods are available
to search for locations according to various
conditions.
Basic Method
Searching for POI along the set route.
Used when the name of the desired POI is known.
Previous 20 (page 3-7)
A new destination can be set from the 20 destinations
that have been previously set.
Address Book (page 3-7)
POI by Dest./Way Point (page 3-9)
Searching for POI in the vicinity of the set destination/
way point.
POI along a Street (page 3-10)
Searching for POI along a specified street.
If a location has already been stored (page 5-1) in
the address book, it can be called up and set as the
destination.
POI by Freeway (page 3-10)
Go Home (page 3-7)
Searching for POI along a freeway or in the vicinity of
the exit.
Can only be used when driving on a freeway.
If the home location has already been stored (page
5-3) , the route to go home can be set.
Map Point (page 3-11)
Searching for a location by scrolling (page 2-8) the
map.
Return Trip (page 3-11)
The starting position when setting a route can be set
as a new destination.
Latitude/Longitude (page 3-11)
The destination can be set by specifying the latitude/
longitude.
“POI”=Points of Interest
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Basic Method
The basic method of searching for a location.
1
3
From Address/Intersection
Press the [Menu] key
Input the state name
>>> “How to Enter Text” (page 2-13)
Used when the address or street name of
the destination is known.
1 Display the Navi Menu and touch
[Address/Intersection]
2
Touch the “State” button
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NOTE
• If there is only one candidate when a character is
input for the state name, go to step 4.
• If there are five candidates or less when a character
is input for the state name, a list is displayed and a
state can be selected from the list.
• Touch [List] to select
a state from the list.
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NOTE
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The navi menu is displayed.
• The name of the state that was previously set is
displayed in the “State” button.
• One of the five
most recently
selected states
can be selected by
touching [Last 5] of
“State”.
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4
Touch the “City” button
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NOTE
• One of the five most
recently selected
cities from the
corresponding state
can be selected by
touching [Last 5] of
“City”.
• Touch [Keyword] to
display only the city
names that include
the input letters.
The city can then
be selected from
this list.
• Touch [Zip Code]
to input the zip
code and specify
the address. Note
that [Last 5] is not
stored for the zip
code.
5
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Input the city name
>>> “How to Enter Text” (page 2-13)
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NOTE
• If there is only one candidate when a character is
input for the city name, go to step 6.
• If there are five candidates or less when a character
is input for the city name, a list is displayed and a
city can be selected from the list.
• To u c h [ L i s t ] t o
select a city from
the list.
6
Touch the “Street” button
NOTE
• One of the five most recently selected streets from
the corresponding state and city can be selected by
touching [Last 5] of “Street”.
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7
Destination
NOTE
Input the street name
>>> “How to Enter Text” (page 2-13)
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If there is only one candidate when a character is
input for the zip code, go to step 6.
If there are five candidates or less when a character
is input for the zip code, a list is displayed and a zip
code can be selected from the list.
To u c h [ L i s t ] o n
the “Zip Code
Input” screen after
inputting a character
to display only
the zip codes that
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start with the input
character. The zip code can then be selected from
this list.
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NOTE
• If there is only one candidate when a character is
input for the street name, go to step 8.
• If there are five candidates or less when a character
is input for the street name, a list is displayed and a
street can be selected from the list.
• To u c h [ L i s t ] t o
select a street from
the list.
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• Touch [Keyword] to
display only the street
names that include
the input letters. The
street can then be
selected from this list.
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4
House Number Input
Touch [Set]
Touch [Set]
The house number can be input to set a detailed
address.
1 Input the “State”, “City” and
“Street” in “From Address/Intersection”
(page 3-2)
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>>> Continued at “Destination Setting” (page 3-12)
NOTE
The house number or intersection name can then be
specified to set a more detailed address. Both cannot
be specified.
• Touch [All House Numbers] to set a detailed address
by inputting the house number.
>>> “House Number Input” (page 3-4)
• Touch [All Intersections] to set a detailed address by
inputting the intersection name.
>>> “Intersection Input” (page 3-5)
2
Touch the “House #” button
3
Input the house number
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5
Touch [Set]
>>> “How to Enter Text” (page 2-13)
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>>> Continued at “Destination Setting” (page 3-12)
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NOTE
• Letters can also be
input by touching
[Keyboard].
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Touch [Numeric Input] to return to the original
numeric input screen.
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Intersection Input
The intersection name can be input to set a detailed
address.
2
Touch the “Intersection” button
3 Touch the intersection to be set
as the destination
Used when the name of the desired POI is
known.
1 Display the Navi Menu and touch
[Point of Interest]
2
Input the “State” and “City”
Input the “State” and “City” with the same operations
as in “From Address/Intersection” (page 3-2).
NOTE
• Touch [My Categories] to select frequently used
categories that have already been stored. Refer to
“Editing My Categories” (page 3-6) for details on
storing a category.
• One of the five most recently selected categories
can be selected by touching [Last 5].
• Touch [All] to select from all categories.
5
Touch category type to select
Destination
1 Input the “State”, “City” and “Street”
in “From Address/Intersection” (page 3-2)
Points of Interest (POI) Name
6 Touch the “Point of Interest”
button
7
Input the POI name
>>> “How to Enter Text” (page 2-13)
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4
Touch [Set]
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3
Touch the “Category” button
The “POI Category” screen is displayed.
The operation in step 5 can be performed even if a
category is not selected.
4 Touch the category of the desired
POI
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>>> Continued at “Destination Setting” (page 3-12)
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NOTE
• If there is only one candidate when a character is
input for the POI name, go to step 7.
• If there are five
candidates or less
when a character is
input for the POI name,
a list is displayed
and a POI can be
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selected from the list.
• For large facilities such as airports,
will be shown
and you can select the related facility.
Basic Method 3-5
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5
Editing My Categories
Touch [Set]
Touch [Back]
Frequently used POI categories can be stored in “My
Categories”.
A maximum of six category items can be stored in “My
Categories”.
1
Display the “POI Category” screen
>>> “Points of Interest (POI) Name” (page 3-5)
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2
NOTE
Touch [My Categories]
The categories currently displayed are stored, and the
display returns to the original “POI Category” screen.
• When a facility marked
with
is selected
from the POI Name
List, [Sub POI] will be
displayed in the lower
part of the screen.
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• Touch [Sub POI]
to display the
list and select
a detailed POI.
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3
Touch [Edit My Categories]
A list is displayed of all categories.
4
Touch the category to store
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>>> Continued at “Destination Setting” (page 3-12)
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NOTE
• The stored categories are displayed with a highlight.
Touch a stored category to clear the stored item.
• Touch [Clear All] to clear all the stored category
items.
• Touch [Default] to return to the factory settings (five
items are stored before shipment).
Basic Method 3-6
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Address Book
Go Home
A new destination, way point, or location
to be stored can be set from the 20
destinations that have been previously set.
If a location has already been stored (page
5-1) in the address book, it can be called
up and set as the destination.
NOTE
If the home location has already been
stored (page 5-2) , the route to go home
can be set.
• If no locations have been stored in the address
book, [Address Book] cannot be selected.
• Refer to “Storing a New Location” (page 5-1) for
details on storing a location in the address book.
• Refer to “When Storing Your Home” (page 5-2) for
details on storing the home position.
1 Display the Navi Menu and touch
[Previous 20]
A list of the 20 destinations that have been previously
set is displayed.
2
Touch the desired location
1 Display the Navi Menu and touch
[Address Book]
2 Touch the location to be set as
the destination
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>>> Continued at “Destination Setting” (page 3-12)
NOTE
• To u c h [ I n f o ] t o
display a map of
the vicinity and
corresponding
information.
NOTE
1 Display the Navi Menu and touch
[Go Home]
Destination
Previous 20
>>> Continued at “Destination Setting” (page 3-12)
NOTE
• If a home position
has not been
stored, a message
is displayed that
recommends it to
be stored. Touch
[Yes] and perform
the storing operations.
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[New],[Edit],[Delete]
>>> “Editing a Location” (page 5-4)
>>> Continued at “Destination Setting” (page 3-12)
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• Destinations that have been previously set can be
deleted. >>> “Delete Previous 20” (page 10-19)
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Advanced Search
1
Press the [Menu]
Nearby POI
Separate from the basic search functions,
a specialized search is possible using the
advanced search functions.
Searching for POI in the vicinity of the
current location.
A maximum of 100 POIs can be searched
for within a range of approximately 60
miles (100km) from the current location.
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The navi menu is displayed.
2
Touch [Advanced Search]
1 Display the “Advanced Search”
menu and touch [Nearby POI ]
2
Touch the category of the desired POI
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NOTE
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The “Advanced Search” menu is displayed.
• Touch [My Categories] to select frequently used
categories that have already been stored. Refer to
“Editing My Categories” (page 3-6) for details on
storing a category.
• One of the five most recently selected categories
can be selected by touching [Last 5].
• Touch [All] to select from all categories.
3
Touch category type to select
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4
2
Touch the desired POI
Touch [Nearby POI ]
The remaining operations are the same as from step 2
of “Nearby POI ” (page 3-8) .
Searching for POI in the vicinity of the set
destination/way point.
A maximum of 100 POIs can be searched
for within a range of approximately 60
miles (100km) from the destination or way
point.
>>> Continued at “Destination Setting” (page 3-12)
NOTE
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• Touch [Refresh] to search again.
• To u c h [ I n f o ] t o
display a map of
the vicinity and
corresponding
information.
POI along Route
1 Display the “Advanced Search”
menu and touch [POI by Dest./WP]
2
Destination
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POI by Dest./Way Point
Touch the destination or way point
Searching for POI along the set route. A
maximum of 100 POIs can be searched
for.
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1 Display the “Advanced Search”
menu and touch [POI along Route]
From the Scroll Menu
POIs in the vicinity of a specified location can be
searched for from the scroll menu.
1 Scroll the map and place the
cursor on the location of the desired
facility, and press the [ENT] key
The remaining operations are the same as from step 2
of “Nearby POI ” (page 3-8) .
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The remaining operations are the same as from step 2
of “Nearby POI ” (page 3-8) .
NOTE
• Touch [Info] to display
a map of the vicinity
and corresponding
information.
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6
POI along a Street
Input the POI name
POI by Freeway
>>> “How to Enter Text” (page 2-13)
Searching for POI along a specified street.
Searching for POI along a freeway or in
the vicinity of the exit.
Can only be used when driving on a
freeway.
1 Display the “Advanced Search”
menu and touch [POI along a Street]
2
Input the “State”, “City” and “Street”
Input the “State”, “City” and “Street” with the same
operations as in “From Address/Intersection” (page 3-2)
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NOTE
• If no POIs are found in the vicinity of the input
location, “No POI found” is displayed. Touch [OK]
and set a different location.
3
Touch the “Category” button
4
Touch the category of the desired POI
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1 Display the “Advanced Search”
menu and touch [POI by FWY]
The FWY area list screen is displayed.
NOTE
• If there is only one candidate when a character is
input for the POI name, go to step 7.
• If there are five
candidates or less
when a character is
input for the POI name,
a list is displayed and
a POI can be selected
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from the list.
2
Touch the desired area
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7
The map for the POI with the highest priority in the
desired exit area is displayed.
Touch [Set]
NOTE
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>>> Continued at “Destination Setting” (page 3-12)
•[
] is displayed
when there are
two or more POIs
in the area. Touch
[
] to display the
POI list and make a
detailed selection.
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5 Touch the “Point of Interest”
button
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3
Touch [Set]
Searching for a location by scrolling (page
2-8) the map.
The destination can be set by specifying
the latitude/longitude.
1 Display the “Advanced Search”
menu and touch [Map Point]
1 Display the “Advanced Search”
menu and touch [Latitude/Longitude]
The scroll menu is displayed.
The remaining operations are the same as from
“Destination Setting for Scrolled Position” (page 2-8) .
The latitude/longitude of the current location are
displayed.
2
FWY Area List Screen
a)
Latitude/Longitude
Destination
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>>> Continued at “Destination Setting” (page 3-12)
Map Point
Touch [Latitude] or [Longitude]
Return Trip
d)
The starting position when setting a route
can be set as a new destination.
b)
c)
1 Display the “Advanced Search”
menu and touch [Return Trip]
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A)
B)
C)
A map of the vicinity is displayed with the starting
position at the center.
>>> Continued at “Destination Setting” (page 3-12)
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The latitude or longitude can now be edited.
3 Input the latitude/longitude of the
destination
A) Area information
a) Exit number
b) Freeway name
c) Distance from vehicle
B) The POI with the highest priority in the vicinity
of the exit
d) The closest POI to the exit
C) POI list display button
Displayed if there are two or more facilities in the area
vicinity. Displays the list and enables selection of stored
facilities at the destination or along the route.
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NOTE
• Touch [
4
] or [
] to change the input position.
Touch [Set]
>>> Continued at “Destination Setting” (page 3-12)
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Destination Setting
After deciding on a location it can be set as a
destination or way point, or the location can
be stored.
Setting as Destination
Setting the displayed location as the
destination.
1
Touch [Start]
NOTE
Carpool / HOV inclusion (if so equipped)
•This screen
displays after
touching[Start]if
there are Carpool/
HOV lanes in
the route set.
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To u c h [ Y e s ] i f a
Carpool/HOV lane
is to be used.
• The Carpool/HOV information concerning time
regulations and requirements for the number of
passengers may sometimes vary or conflict with
the actual traffic regulations.Make sure to drive in
accordance with the actual road situation and traffic
rules.
Setting as Way Point
After finding a location when a route has
already been set, the displayed location
can be set as a way point.
1
Touch [Itinerary List]
A list of the way points and destination is displayed.
2 Touch [Add] in the sequence in
which it is to be visited
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When a route has already been set, that route is
deleted and a route search starts with the displayed
location as the destination.
The searched location is added to the route as a way
point.
3
Touch [Start]
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The route search is started.
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NOTE
Storing the Location
• To u c h [ I n f o ] t o
display a map of
the vicinity and
corresponding
information.
Storing the displayed location and adding
it to the address book.
• Touch [Show Route] to display the entire route, view 3
different routes and change the calculation conditions in
the same way as “Showing the Route” (page 4-4) .
• Touch [Re-order] to change the sequence for visiting each
location in the same way as “Re-ordering” (page 4-5) .
• Touch [Add] to add a way point in the same way as
“Adding a Way Point” (page 4-6) .
• Touch [Delete] to delete a destination or way point in
the same way as “Deleting” (page 4-6) .
• Touch [Option] to perform settings related to the route in
the same way as “Route Options” (page 10-12)
Touch [Address Book]
Destination
1
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The information screen for the location to be stored is
displayed.
2
Touch [Set to Address Book]
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The displayed location is stored in the address book.
NOTE
• Stored information other than “State” can be edited.
When editing an icon or name, perform in the same
way as “Editing a Location” (page 5-4) .
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Route
1 Touch [Route] on the current location
screen
Route Option Icon
The route option icon can be used to view
with icons the information set in “Route
Options” (page 10-12) .
View Route
The created route can be viewed using various
methods.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
F)
Route
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The route menu is displayed.
2
A) Route Priority
Touch [View Route]
[
] Indicates “Fast”.
[
] Indicates “Short”.
[
] Indicates “Easy”.
B) Minimize Freeway
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[
] Indicates “Yes”.
[
] Indicates “No”.
C) Minimize Toll Roads
Location Information Button
Route Option Icon
[
] Indicates “Yes”.
[
] Indicates “No”.
D) Minimize Ferries
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The view route screen is displayed.
NOTE
• Touch [ ] of the location information button or
[1], [2]..., to display the map of the vicinity of the
destination and way point.
[
] Indicates “Yes”.
[
] Indicates “No”.
E) Avoid Selected Area
[
] Indicates “Yes”.
[
] Indicates “No”.
F) Avoid Time Restricted Roads
[
] Indicates “Yes”.
[
] Indicates “No”.
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Remaining
Preview
Route Outline
Displaying a map of the entire remaining
route, in a scale where it can all be
displayed.
The map can be scrolled along the route.
The type of route taken to the destination
can be viewed.
A list of the intersections up to the
destination where turns are required is
displayed.
1 Touch [Remaining] in the view
route screen (page 4-1)
1 Touch [Preview] in the view route
screen (page 4-1)
1 Touch [Rt. Outline] in the view
route screen (page 4-1)
The preview screen is displayed.
2 Touch [Backward], [Stop] or
[Forward]
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Displays a map of the entire remaining route, in a scale
where it can all be displayed.
A list of the intersections where turns are required is
displayed.
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NOTE
• Touch [Backward] to scroll towards the starting
position.
• Touch [Stop] to stop the scrolling.
• Touch [Forward] to scroll towards the destination.
NOTE
• Touch an intersection
on the list to display a
map of its vicinity.
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Detour Distance
Avoid Street
Specifying the distance to calculate the
detour route.
1 Touch [Route] on the current
location screen
1 Touch the desired detour distance
for “Detour Distance” in the detour
setting screen (page 4-3)
Settings are performed here for selecting
a start street and an end street, and
detouring the area in between.
1 Touch [Avoid Street] in the detour
setting screen (page 4-3)
A list of streets to be passed on the current route is
displayed.
2
Route
Detour
Detours that specify the distance from the
current location, or detours that specify
streets to avoid can be set.
Touch the start street
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The route menu is displayed.
2
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A detour route is calculated according to the specified
distance, and route guidance starts.
Touch [Detour]
NOTE
• The distance unit in the factory settings is “miles”. If the
unit is changed to “km” (“System Settings” (page 10-5) ),
the detour distances are [1], [5], [10], [20], [40], [80].
• A detour route longer than the entire route length
cannot be selected.
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NOTE
• If the route to be calculated detours only one street,
go to step 4.
3
Touch the end street
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4
Touch [Set]
The detour setting screen is displayed.
A detour route is calculated according to the specified
street area, and route guidance starts.
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Editing the Route (Itinerary)
The destination position can be changed,
a way point can be added, and the route
calculation conditions can be changed.
NOTE
NOTE
• Touch [Info] to display a map of the vicinity and
corresponding information.
• Touch [Start] to calculate the route with the current
settings and start route guidance.
• Touch [Rt. Outline] to display a list of the intersections
up to the destination where turns are required.
>>> “Route Outline” (page 4-2)
•Touch [Preview] to scroll the map along the route.
>>> “Preview” (page 4-2)
• Touch [Modify] to return to the itinerary list screen.
1 Touch [Route] on the current
location screen
Showing the Route (3 Routes)
The entire route can be displayed, 3
different routes can be viewed, and the
calculation conditions can be changed.
2
Touch [3 Routes]
3 routes are displayed: [Fast], [Short] and [Easy].
3
Touch [Fast], [Short] or [Easy]
1 To u c h [ S h o w R o u t e ] i n t h e
itinerary list screen (page 4-4)
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Location Information Button
Route Option Icon
The route menu is displayed.
2
Touch [Itinerary]
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4
Touch [Back]
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The show route screen is displayed.
NOTE
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The itinerary list screen is displayed.
• Touch [
] of the location information button or
[1], [2]..., to display the map of the vicinity of the
destination and way point.
• The route option icon can be used to view with icons
the information set in “Route Options” (page 10-12) .
Refer to “Route Option Icon” (page 4-1) for the
meanings of the icons.
• Touch [Option] to perform settings related to the
route in the same way as from “Route Options”
(page 10-12) .
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5
Touch [Start]
4
Re-ordering
Touch [Start]
The sequence for visiting each location
can be changed.
1 Touch [Re-order] in the itinerary
list screen (page 4-4)
The re-order screen is displayed.
Route
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Guidance starts for the changed route.
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2 To u c h t h e l o c a t i o n s i n t h e
desired sequence
Guidance starts for the changed route.
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The visiting sequence is displayed on the left of each
location button.
3
Touch [Done]
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NOTE
• Touch [Clear] to change the visit sequence again.
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Adding a Way Point
3
Touch [Itinerary List]
Deleting
A way point can be added to the current
route.
A destination or way point can be deleted.
1 Touch [Delete] in the itinerary list
screen (page 4-4)
1 Touch [Add] in the itinerary list
screen (page 4-4)
The delete itinerary screen is displayed.
The destination search screen is displayed.
2 Touch one of the search methods
to search for the location
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2
Touch the location to delete
4 Touch [Add] in the sequence
position in which it is to be visited
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NOTE
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Refer to the following pages to search for the location.
>>> [Address/Intersection] (page 3-2)
>>> [Point of Interest] (page 3-5)
>>> [Advanced Search] (page 3-8)
>>> [Previous 20] (page 3-7)
>>> [Address Book] (page 3-7)
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The searched location is added to the route as a way
point.
5
Touch [Start]
• The location to be deleted will be highlighted.
Touch a location again to remove it from the deletion
target.
• Multiple locations can be selected at the same time.
• Touch [Select All] to delete all locations at the same
time.
3
Touch [Done]
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Guidance starts for the changed route.
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4
Touch [Yes]
Option
Settings related to the route can be
performed.
1 Touch [Option] in the itinerary list
screen (page 4-4)
Route
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5
Touch [Start]
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Guidance starts for the changed route.
The route options screen is displayed.
The remaining operations are the same as from step 3
of “Route Options” (page 10-12) .
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Stop Demo
Start Demo
The set route can be viewed with a demo.
1 Display the Navi Menu, and touch
[Navigation Tools]
Stopping the demo that is operating.
1 Display the Navigation Tools
screen during the demo
2
Touch [Stop Demo]
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The navigation tools screen is displayed
2
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The demo is stopped.
Touch [Start Demo]
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The demo is started.
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Deleting the Route
Deleting a created route.
1 Touch [Route] on the current
location screen
Route
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The route menu is displayed.
2
Touch [Delete Route]
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3
Touch [Yes]
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The route is deleted.
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From the Navi Menu
Address Book
From the Scroll Menu
Storing a location from the Navi Menu.
Storing a New Location
If frequently visited locations are stored in
advance in the address book, the route to the
stored location can be calculated.
A maximum of 99 locations can be stored.
1
1 Scroll the map and place the
cursor on the stored location, and
press the [ENT] key
Search for the location
>>> “Destination” (page 3-1)
2
Storing a location from the scroll menu.
Touch [Address Book]
Address Book
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The information screen for the location to be stored is
displayed.
3
2
Touch [Address Book]
Touch [Set to Address Book]
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The information screen for the location to be stored is
displayed.
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The displayed location is stored in the address book.
NOTE
• Stored information other than “State” can be edited.
When editing an icon or name, perform in the same
way as from “Editing a Location” (page 5-4) .
NOTE
• If there are several
POIs in the scroll,
a list is displayed,
and the POIs to be
registered can be
selected.
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3
Touch [Set to Address Book]
To Customize/Modify Address
The screen displays information about the
stored location.
Icon
An icon can be selected from 24
different types to use as a mark for the
stored location when it is set.
>>> “Icons” (page 5-3)
[Adjust]
A stored location can be changed to a
different location.If location was stored
from “Scroll Menu” (page 2-3) , editing
cannot be performed.
Name
The name of a stored location can be
input. The name input here is displayed
on the map.
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The displayed location is stored in the address book.
NOTE
• Stored information other than “State” can be edited.
When editing an icon or name, perform in the same
way as from “Editing a Location” (page 5-4) .
Street
The name of a street can be input.
City
The name of a city can be input.
State
The name of the state of the currently
stored location is displayed. This cannot
be edited.
Tel.
A telephone number can be input.
When Storing Your Home
Storing the home location.
1 Display the Navi Menu and touch
[Go Home]
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2
NOTE
• Refer to “Editing a Location” (page 5-4) for details on
editing information.
Touch [Yes]
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3
Touch [New] of “Home Location”
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4 Touch one of the search methods
to search for the location
NOTE
• Touch [Edit] of “Home Location” in “Personal
Settings” (page 10-16) to change home information.
• Touch [Delete] of “Home Location” in “Personal
Settings” (page 10-16) to delete the home location.
7
Touch [Set as Home]
The storing of the home location is completed.
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5
Touch [Set]
25 icon types can be set for the stored
location; the 24 types shown below and
“HOME”.
HOME
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
NOTE
• Only one location can be set as “HOME”.
• The number to the side of the icon shows the priority
when the icons are ordered in a list.
Address Book
Refer to the following pages to search for the location.
>>> [Address/Intersection] (page 3-2)
>>> [Point of Interest] (page 3-5)
>>> [Advanced Search] (page 3-8)
>>> [Previous 20] (page 3-7)
>>> [Address Book] (page 3-7)
Icons
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6
Touch each item to input information
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Editing a Location
3
NOTE
The information about stored locations in the
address book can be edited or deleted.
• Touch [New] of “Address Book” to create a new
location to store. Store using the same operations as
“Storing a New Location” (page 5-1) .
1 Display the Navi Menu, and touch
[Navigation Settings]
Editing
E d i t i n g i n f o r m a t i o n a b o u t a s t o re d
location.
1 Touch [Edit] of “Address Book”
in the Personal Settings screen
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2
2
Touch the stored location to change
Touch the item to change
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NOTE
• Refer to “To Customize/Modify Address” (page 5-2)
for details on the items to change.
4 Touch [Set] after changing the
item
Touch [Personal]
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NOTE
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• Touch [Icon] to order the locations in icon sequence.
Refer to “Icons” (page 5-3) for details on the icon
priority.
• Touch [Name] to order the stored location names in
alphabetical sequence.
• Touch [Date] to order the registration dates with the
newest at the top.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 until all the desired items have
been changed.
NOTE
• [Set] is not available
for “Icon”.
The change is set
by touching the
icon button.
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The personal settings screen is displayed.
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5
Touch [Set to Address Book]
4
Deleting
Touch [Yes]
Deleting a stored location.
1 To u c h [ D e l e t e ] o f “ A d d r e s s
Book” in the Personal Settings screen
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2
Touch the stored location to delete
The information change is completed.
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The selected stored locations are deleted.
Address Book
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NOTE
• The stored locations targeted for deletion are
displayed with a black highlight.
Touch a location again to remove it from the deletion
target.
• Multiple locations can be selected at the same time.
• Touch [Select All] to delete all stored locations at the
same time.
3
Touch [Done]
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Audio
Audio Functions
This device can play music CDs (CDDA/CDTEXT), MP3/WMA disks (CD-R/RW), and DVDs
(DVD-VIDEO).
NOTE
Displaying during Navi Functions
Source Plate
If A/V operations are performed while the
navi screen is displayed, “Source plate”,
which describes the audio playback status
is displayed, and after a moment, “A/V
icon” is displayed.
The titles and run time, etc., of the file
currently being played are displayed on
screen.
Music CD Playback
Source Plate
• The images used by the audio functions and other
related functions in this manual were created to
explain the album names and title names of the title
information. They have absolutely no connection to
the actual existing title information.
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Audio
MP3 Playback
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WMA Playback
A/V Icon
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Music Server Playback
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Receiving FM
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Receiving AM
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Receiving SIRIUS
Receiving SIRIUS
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DVD Playback
Video Entertainment System ON
Error occurred
Error occurred
DVDs
Operation Limits while Driving
Playing
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Paused
During Video Entertainment System Playback
Video Entertainment System
Receiving normally
DVD playback is audio only (no images are
displayed) while driving.
Stopped
Error occurred
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A/V Icon
An icon that describes the playback media
and playback status is displayed in the top
right of the screen.
NOTE
Music CDs
Playing
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Error occurred
MP3/WMAs
• In [System Settings], [A/V Icons on Map] can be
turned [ON] and [OFF].
>>>“System Settings” (page 10-4)
Playing
Error occurred
Common in A/V
Audio OFF
Recording CD
Music Servers
Playing
Receiving AM/FM
Error occurred
Receiving normally
Auto Select Mode ON
Error occurred
AUXs
Playing
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Switching to Audio Screen
Audio screens for all media are displayed
from the Navi screen.
2
Ending Audio
1
Press the [VOL - ] key
Press the [PWR] key
Playback is stopped and the audio is turned OFF.
NOTE
• Set the volume so that sound outside the vehicle
can be heard while driving, so as not to interfere with
safe driving.
• If performing operations while driving, make sure not
to hinder safe driving.
• To use [CD] or [DVD], a disk must be inserted into
the device beforehand.
Press the [MODE] key
2
Touch one of the items
• Press the [PWR] key again to resume play from
where it stopped.
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The volume is decreased.
Adjusting the Volume
Displaying the Navi Screen
The volume can be adjusted within a
range of 46 levels, including mute.
1
NOTE
Audio
1
NOTE
Press the [NAVI] key
• Set the volume so that sound outside the vehicle
can be heard while driving, so as not to interfere with
safe driving.
• If the playback volume is too loud, distortion may
occur. If this occurs, reduce the volume.
1
Press the [VOL + ] key
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The volume is increased.
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The current location screen is displayed.
NOTE
• If the [PWR] key or [AUDIO] key is pressed when the
audio has been turned OFF, the A/V screen from
before the audio was turned OFF is displayed.
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Disk Handling
Removing a disk
1
Press the [DISC
CAUTION
] key
Inserting and Removing Disks
DISC
This section explains how to insert music
CDs, MP3/WMA disks (CD-R/RW), and
DVDs (DVD-VIDEO) into the MMCS.
Inserting a disk
1
Press the [OPEN] key
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The disk is ejected automatically to the disk removal
position. Remove the disk.
2
Monitor Panel
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Slide open the monitor panel to reveal the disk slot.
2
Insert a disk
Press the [OPEN] key
Slide the monitor panel closed to return the MMCS to
its original state.
• When inserting or removing disks, operate it while
parked in a safe location, and do not stop in noparking zones.
• Do not insert hands, fingers, or other foreign objects
into the slot. This may cause injury, smoke, or fire.
• Take care not to pinch your fingers, etc., when
opening or closing the monitor panel.
• Make sure the monitor panel is closed while driving.
• Do not leave the monitor panel open, and do not
place any objects on top of the monitor panel.
• The monitor panel cannot be closed when a disk
is in the disk removal state (i.e., partially ejected)
from the disk slot, but depending on the disk state,
it may not be possible to detect that a disk has
been ejected. If the monitor panel is closed while
an undetected ejected disk is still in the slot, there
is a risk that either the disk or the device will be
damaged. When closing the monitor panel, check
that there is no ejected disk in the disk slot before
closing.
• Do not press the [DISC] key while the monitor
panel is opening or closing. The disk or the MMCS
may be damaged.
Disk
Label side
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Make sure the disk label is on top when inserting into
the slot. When the disk is taken automatically, release
your hand.
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Correct Disk Handling
Handling Precautions
• Unauthorized copying, distribution, public
performance, or rental of disks is prohibited by law.
• This product uses copyright protection technology,
and Macrovision and other copyright holders are
protected by the patent laws of the United States
and other intellectual property rights.
• Use of this copyright protection technology requires
authorization from Macrovision. Further, without
special authorization from Macrovision, use is
restricted to the home and other private appreciation.
Audio
• If the disk signal surface is contaminated with
fingerprints or other dirt, the disk may become
unreadable. When holding a disk, do not touch the
signal surface. Gently pinch both edges of the disk,
or hold by the center hole and one edge.
• Do not affix paper or stickers to the disk, or scratch
the disk.
• Do not force a disk into the disk slot while another
disk is already inserted. This may scratch or damage
the disks.
Copyright
Maintenance
• Periodically clean the disk signal surface. To clean,
use a soft cloth to wipe gently from inside to outside,
without rotating the disk.
• Check that there is no residue in the center hole
and around the circumference of new disks. Using
a disk with residue may cause malfunction, so use a
ballpoint pen, etc., to clean away the residue.
Storage Precautions
• When not in use, make sure to return disks to their
cases and store out of direct sunlight.
• If not using for a long time, make sure to remove
from the device.
Disk Playback Environment
• U s i n g d i s k s i n c o l d a m b i e n t t e m p e r a t u re s
immediately after turning on the vehicle heater may
cause malfunction due to condensation (water
droplets) forming on the optical parts of the device,
or on the disk. In such cases, remove the disk and
wait a while before use.
• Do not use 8-cm CD adapters. This may cause
malfunction.
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Types of Playable Disks
Playable DVDs
• DVD (12cm and 8cm)
• Disks with region codes “1” or “ALL”
• Disks recorded in NTSC format.
Playable CDs
• CDDA (12cm and 8cm direct)
• CD-TEXT (12cm and 8cm direct)
• CD-R/RW
NOTE
• Do not use cracked disks or bent disks.
• Playback of disks not described above cannot be
assured.
• Abnormally shaped disks (heart-shaped, etc.), and
disks that are partially transparent cannot be played.
• CD-R/RW disks that have not been finalized cannot
be played.
Non-Standard CDs
CDs can be enjoyed using this device,
but note carefully the following points
concerning CD standards.
• Use disks conforming to the standards and with the
logo
on the disk label.
• Playback of disks that do not conform to the CD
standard cannot be assured. Further, even if the disk
can be played, the sound quality cannot be assured.
• If playing disks that do not conform to CD standards,
the following symptoms may occur.
- White noise may be mixed in during playback.
Further, the sounds may also jump.
- The disk is not recognized.
- Track 1 is not played.
- Longer time than usual is taken to find the start.
- Playback starts from the middle of a track.
- Some parts are unplayable.
- The disk freezes during playback.
- The display is incorrect.
Meaning of the Logos on DVDs
Region Codes
• Regional playback limitations are set in DVDs.
Regional playback limitations are expressed as
region codes, and videos can be played only in the
region shown.
• The North American region code is “1”, and DVDs
labeled with region code “1” or “ALL” can be played
on this device.
• Products displaying the following logos on the DVD
package are playable.
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Package Logos
The meanings of the logos displayed on packages are
as follows:
Region code (Describes the region
where playback is possible)
Describes the number of angles that
can be played.
Describes the number of languages
that can be displayed as subtitles.
Describes the number of languages
that can be played.
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Folder Configurations
MP3s
Files in MP3/WMA format written to CDROM and CD-R/RW disks can be played
on this device. The files and media that
can be used are limited, so before writing
files in MP3/WMA format to disk, read the
following carefully. Further, also make sure
to read thoroughly the user manuals to
ensure the correct use of your CD-R/RW
drives and recoding software. Data such
as title information, etc., is stored in the
MP3/WMA file, and can be displayed.
Up to eight levels of folder can be identified.
Tracks can be managed by creating levels
such as genreartistalbumtrack (MP3/WMA
file).
M P 3 i s an abbrevi ati on of “M P EG1AudioLayer3”. MPEG is an abbreviation
of “Motion Pictures Experts Group”, and
is the video compression standard used
for video CDs, etc. MP3 is an audio
compression format included in the MPEG
audio standards, and enables files with
a small amount of data to be created
with high quality audio by processing
inaudible sounds that have been buried
in loud noise, as well as sounds in ranges
inaudible to the human ear. The data
on a music CD can be compressed to
approximately 1/10th of its original size
with almost no loss of sound quality, so
it is possible to write approximately the
contents of 10 music CDs to one CD-R/
RW.
NOTE
• Distribution of disks or files written (i.e., copied)
from music CDs to others, and uploading to internet
servers, etc., is illegal whether paid or free of charge,
so do not do so.
• Do not add “.mp3/.wma” extensions to files other
than MP3/WMA files. Playing disks to which these
files have been written causes misidentification for
playback, so intense white noise occurs that may
damage the speakers.
• Depending on the recorder and the recording
software used to write to the disk, correct playback
may not be possible. In this case, refer to the user
manuals for the devices and software used.
• Depending on the PC OS type, version, software,
and settings, it may not be possible to add
extensions. In this case,(if it is an MP3/WMA file)
add the “.mp3/.wma” extension to the end of the file
before writing to disk.
• Disks with a mixture of files in MP3 format and WMA
format can be played.
• Where the disk is a mixture of audio tracks and files
in MP3/WMA format, only the files in MP3/WMA
format are played.
Audio
MP3/WMA Files
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Playable MP3 File Standards
WMA
The specifications for playable MP3 files are as follows:
Item
Standards
Details
MPEG1 AUDIO LAYER3
MPEG2 AUDIO LAYER3
Sampling
frequency
[Hz]
MPEG1
32k/44.1k/48k
MPEG2
16k/22.05k/24k
Bit rate [kbps] MPEG1
MPEG2
32/40/48/56/64/80/96/112
/128/160/192/224/256/32
0
32/40/48/56/64/80/96/112
/128/144/160
WMA is an abbreviation for Windows
Media Audio and is an audio compression
format from Microsoft Corporation. This
format compresses data using a higher
compression ratio than MP3.
* Microsoft and Windows Media are registered
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in America and
other countries.
NOTE
• WMA supports copyright protection functions (DRM),
so WMA files that are protected by copyright cannot
be played on this audio system.
Playable WMA File Standards
The specifications for playable WMA files are as
follows:
Item
Details
Standards
Windows Media Audio
Version 7.0
Sampling frequency [Hz]
16k/22.05k/32k/44.1k/48k
Bit rate [kbps]
32/40/48/64/80/96/128/16
0/192
VBR
(Variable Bit Rate)
Compatible
Multi-session
Compatible
Channel mode
Stereo and monaural
Max. number of levels
8 (including the root
directory)
VBR
(Variable Bit Rate)
Compatible
Multi-session
Compatible
Max. number of folders
255 folders
Channel mode
Stereo, joint stereo, dual
channel, and monaural
Max. number of files
Max. number of levels
8 (including the root
directory)
400 files (Total number on
disk. Does not include other
than MP3 or WMA files.)
WMA Tag
Max. number of folders
255 folders
Titles, artist names, and
album names
Max. number of files
400 files (Total number
on disk. Does not include
other than MP3 or WMA
files.)
ID3Tag
Ver.1.0 and Ver.1.1
* WMA files written using standards other than those
described above may not be playable correctly, and
the file names and folder names, etc., may not be
displayed correctly.
* MP3 files written using standards other than those
described above may not be playable correctly, and
the file names and folder names, etc., may not be
displayed correctly.
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Listening to Radio
1
Press the [MODE] key
2
Touch [FM] or [AM]
3
Selecting Stations
1
Touch [Scan]
Receive radio (page 6-9)
2 Touc h e i t h e r [
TUNE] or
[TUNE
] to select the frequency
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The frequency is changed by one step.
Touch and hold the touch panel button to select
receivable frequencies automatically.
Scanning Broadcasting Stations
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Radio is received.
NOTE
• With FM, either [FM1] or [FM2] can be selected using
the touch panel.
It is possible to search for broadcasting
stations that can be received in the current
location.
1
Receive radio (page 6-9)
2
Touch [
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The search for broadcasting stations that can be
received starts automatically.
Broadcasting stations that can be received plays for
10 seconds only, and then the search resumes.
4
Press the [ENT] key
The scan is cancelled, and reception of the current
broadcasting station is continued.
NOTE
• Even if [Scan] is touched again, the broadcasting
station can continue to be received.
]
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Storing Broadcast Stations
Manual Storage
Up to six broadcasting stations that are regularly
listened to can be saved in FM1, another six in FM2,
and another six in AM.
1 Dial the broadcasting station to
be stored.
3
Auto Storage
Touch [Auto Select]
Up to 12 FM stations and 6 AM stations can be stored
automatically (auto select mode) if traveling to regions
with different reception frequencies, while on a journey,
etc. If auto select mode is canceled, reception is
returned to the broadcast stations originally stored.
1
Receive radio (page 6-9)
2
Touch [
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]
>>> “Selecting Stations” (page 6-9)
2 To u c h a n d h o l d t h e d e s i r e d
preset number (i.e., the number under
which the broadcast station is to be
stored)
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The search for broadcasting stations that can be
received starts automatically.
When the search has been completed, a list of
broadcast stations is displayed.
NOTE
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Preset number
• If there are more stations with good reception quality
than the number that can be stored, storage is not
performed.
• Touch [Auto Select] again to cancel auto select.
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The broadcast station currently being received is
stored using the preset number selected.
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Recalling Stored Stations
Broadcast stations that were previously
stored can be recalled.
1
Receive radio (page 6-9)
2 Touch the preset number for the
desired station
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Preset number
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Reception of the stored broadcast station begins.
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Listening to SIRIUS
9) [Text]
This switches the text display.
Only for vehicles equipped with satellite radio (SIRIUS) tuner
Display Contents
Normal Reception Screen
1)
13)
12)
11)
2)
3)
10)[ Channel], [Channel ]
Moves up and down one channel each time.
Touch and hold one of these buttons to
continuously change the channel. Release the
button to stop on a channel.
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
1)
11) Incoming Category Name
The name of the category being received is
displayed.
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12)Playback Mode
The currently selected playback mode is displayed.
13)Incoming Channel and Incoming Channel
Name
The channel and the name of the channel being
received is displayed.
4)
Category List and Channel List
2)
3)
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1) Preset Number
If the channel being received has been preset, the
preset number is displayed.
2) Band
Displays the band which is currently being listened to.
3) Band Switching Button
Touch this button to switch bands.
4) TEXT Display
Information about the current channel is displayed.
5) Preset Button
The preset number, channel number and channel
name is displayed.
6) [
]
Touch this button to display the Sub Menu.
1) Category List
This displays the category button. Touch the button
to display the channel list.
2) Channel List
This displays the channel button. Touch the button
to start receiving the relevant channel.
3) [CAT-Scan]
This scans the channels in the currently selected
category.
SIRIUS Satellite Radio Inc. “SIRIUS” and related marks
are trademarks of SIRIUS Satellite Radio Inc.
7) [Direct]
The channel number entered to the screen directly is
displayed.
8) [Category]
The category screen is displayed.
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Selecting Stations
Selecting a Category to Be Received
1 Press the [MODE] key, and touch
[SIRIUS]
1 Press the [MODE] key, and touch
[SIRIUS]
2
Scanning
It is possible to search for channels that
can be received in the current location.
Scanning Channels
Touch [Category]
Scan all channels.
1 Press the [MODE] key, and touch
[SIRIUS]
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NOTE
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• If SIRIUS has already been selected, the band is
switched.
2 Touch either [
Channel] or
[Channel ] to select the channel to
be received
The category list is displayed.
3
Touch the category button
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2
Touch [
]
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The list of channels within the selected category is
displayed.
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4
Touch the channel button
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The channels is changed one channel at a time.
Touch and hold one of these buttons to continuously
change the incoming channel. Release the button to
stop on a channel.
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The relevant channel is started to be received.
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2
Touch [Scan]
Scanning within Categories
Selecting Channels Directly
Scan the channels in the currently selected category.
Channels can be selected by entering the channel
number directly.
1
Display the channel list
>>> “Selecting a Category to Be Received” (page 6-13)
2
Touch [CAT-Scan]
1 Press the [MODE] key, and touch
[SIRIUS]
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2
Touch [Direct]
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The search for channels that can be received is started
automatically.
Channels that can be received play for 10 seconds
only, and then the search resumes.
3
Press the [ENT] key
The scan is cancelled, and reception of the current
channel is continued.
NOTE
• Even if [Scan] is touched again, the channel can
continue to be received.
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The search for broadcasting stations that can be
received within the category is started automatically.
Broadcast stations that can be received plays for 10
seconds only, and then the channel search resumes.
3
Press the [ENT] key
The scan is cancelled, and reception of the current
channel is continued.
NOTE
• Even if [CAT-Scan] is touched again, the channel can
continue to be received.
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3 Enter the channel number, and
touch [Enter]
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Storing Channels
Recalling Stored Channels
Up to six channels can be stored in each
band from [SIRIUS1] to [SIRIUS4].
Channels that were previously registered
can be recalled.
1 Dial the broadcasting station to
be stored
1 Touch the band for the desired
channel displayed on the SIRIUS
screen
2 Dial the broadcasting station to
be stored
>>> “Selecting Stations” (page 6-13)
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The channel that has been entered starts receiving.
NOTE
• Touch [Clear] to delete the entered numbers one
digit at a time.
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2 Touch the preset button for the
desired channel
3 Touch and hold the preset buttons
to be stored
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Reception of the stored channel is started.
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The channel currently being received is stored using
the preset button selected.
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Switching TEXT Display
Setting Channel Skipping
If the text for “Artist Name”, “Song/
Program title”, and “Composer Name”
cannot all fit on the first page, you can
change the page to see the text. If there is
no text to carry over, the second page will
be blank.
Channels set to be skipped are skipped
without being selected when the channel
u p / d o w n a n d s c a n o p e r a t i o n s a re
performed.
1
1
Touch [
NOTE
• Touch [All Unskip] to cancel all skip settings.
4
Touch the channel to be skipped
]
Touch [Text]
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NOTE
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2
Touch [Skip]
• If a channel has been selected directly, the channel
can be received without being skipped. “Skipping
Channel”, however, which describes that the channel
has been set to be skipped in the source plate, is
displayed.
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Shows the second page. Touching “Text” again returns
to the first page.
The category list is displayed.
3
Touch the category
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The list of channels within the selected category is
displayed.
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Parental Lock Channel
Channels set to limit listening are skipped
without being selected when the channel
u p / d o w n a n d s c a n o p e r a t i o n s a re
performed.
1
Touch [
NOTE
Changing the Password
• The default password set at the factory is “0000”.
Change the password as desired for use.
>>> “Changing the Passwords” (page 6-17)
The set password can be changed.
4
Touch the category
1 Touch [Change Password] in the
password entry screen
>>>“Parental Lock Channel” (page 6-17)
]
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2
Touch [Lock]
NOTE
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2 Enter the current password, and
touch [Enter]
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The list of channels within the selected category is
displayed.
• Touch [All Unlock] to cancel all listening restrictions.
5 Touch the channel to be locked
(listening restricted)
3 Enter the new password, and
touch [Enter]
4 Enter the new password again
for confirmation, and touch [Enter]
The password change is completed.
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The password entry screen for restricted listening is
displayed.
3 Enter the password, and touch
[Enter]
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NOTE
• If a channel has been selected directly, provided the
password has been entered correctly, the listening
restrictions will be canceled and the channel can be
received.
• Touching [Cat-Lock] will apply listening restrictions to
all channels in the selected category.
• Touching [Cat-Unlock] will cancel listening restrictions
for all channels in the selected category.
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The category list is displayed.
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If You Have Forgotten the Password
If you have forgotten your password, clear the
password, and reset as necessary. If the password is
cleared, the password is returned to the default factory
setting “0000”.
1
Display the password entry screen
Displaying the SIRIUS ID
1
Touch [
2
Touch [SIRIUS ID]
]
>>>“Parental Lock Channel” (page 6-17)
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2 To u c h [ C l e a r ] f i v e t i m e s i n
succession without entering any
characters
A message is displayed, and the password is cleared.
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The SIRIUS ID is displayed.
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Listening to Music CDs
If a music CD is inserted into the device, the tracks will
be played automatically, and the track can be recorded
to the system's hard drive device (HDD) if set initially to
do so.
Simultaneously, Gracenote Music Recognition Service
on the HDD is accessed, and the title information
obtained.
9) Playback Mode
The currently selected playback mode is displayed.
Display Contents
11)
10)
9)
1)
2)
8)
7)
3)
10)Playback Time
The playback time for the track currently being
played is displayed.
11) Artist Name
The name of the artist whose album (track)
currently being played is displayed.
NOTE
4)
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5)
6)
Audio
• If the information was obtained from the built-in
the database or with CD-TEXT, the disk title, track
title currently being played, and the artist name is
displayed on the source plate. The track title list is
displayed in the audio screen.
• With music CDs, the title information cannot always
be obtained.>>>”Obtaining Title Information” (page
6-25)
• If playing a CD in which there are no blanks (i.e.,
soundless parts) between the tracks, a brief silence
between the tracks is still stored to the music server,
but this is not a malfunction.
1) Album Name
The name of the album for the track currently being
played is displayed.
2) Track Number and Track Name
The number and name of the track currently being
played is displayed.
]
3) [
Touch this button to move the cursor to the track
currently being played.
]
4) [
Touch this button to display the Sub Menu.
5) Track Number and Track Name
6) [
Track] and [Track
]
Touch these buttons to move down and up the
tracks. Touch and hold to rewind or fast-forward a
track.
7) Cursor
Displays the item currently selected.
8) Cursor Position
Cursor position and total number of album tracks
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Basic Operations
Changing the Playback Mode
Repeat playback, random playback, and
scan playback can all be performed from
the CD playback screen.
Playback
1
Insert a CD into the device
>>> “Inserting and Removing Disks” (page 6-4)
>>> “Switching to Audio Screen” (page 6-3)
Playback or recording is started automatically.
The track currently being played can be listened to
repeatedly.
Touch [
• Touch [Repeat] again to cancel repeat playback.
• Repeat playback is disabled during recording.
Scan Playback
The start of each track is played for approximately 10
seconds each. Use to find a desired track.
Repeat Playback
1
NOTE
1
Touch [
]
]
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Track Selection
1 Touch either [
to select the track
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Track] or [Track
]
2
2
Touch [Scan]
Touch [Repeat]
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[
Track]
[Track
]
Use to select the previous track or the
start of the track currently being played.
Touch and hold to rewind. Play resumes
when the button is released.
Use to select the next track. Touch and
hold to fast-forward. Play resumes when
the button is released.
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The track currently being played is played repeatedly.
Scan playback will be performed from the track after
the track currently being played.
The tracks on a CD are scanned for 10 seconds each.
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3 Touch the name of the track
during playback
Scanning is stopped, and the selected track is played.
NOTE
• Scan playback is cancelled automatically if the scan
returns to the first track.
• Even if [Scan] is touched again, scanning is stopped,
and the selected track is played.
• Scan playback is disabled during recording.
Random Playback
The track order can be changed and played randomly
on the CD currently being played.
1
Touch [
]
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Audio
2
Touch [Random]
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Tracks on the CD are played in random order.
NOTE
• Touch [Random] again to cancel random playback.
• Random playback is disabled during recording.
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Recording to the Music Server
Tracks on music CDs can be recorded to the
HDD built into this device at approximately x4
speed.
Displaying during Recording
1)
W ith auto recording, all tracks are
recorded automatically when a music CD
is inserted, and with manual recording only
the selected tracks can be recorded.
2)
NOTE
NOTE
• The use of recorded tracks for purposes other than
personal enjoyment is prohibited by copyright law.
• Recorded sounds may suffer from noise occurring
or the sound quality may be different from original
sound.
• Tracks that have been recorded to the music server
cannot be reproduced in another medium (CD-R/
RW, HDD, etc.)
• Previously recorded tracks cannot be recorded again
from the same CD.
• Turning OFF the engine or removing the music CD
during recording will result in defective recording.
• During recording, the navigation system may be slow
to operate.
• Recording may be slower than the x4 speed due to
the processing load on the device or the status of
the music CD.
• If sound skipping or other errors occur, return to the
start of that track and restart the recording.
• Even if there are no blanks between tracks on the
CD, a brief silence is stored in the HDD between
tracks.
Recording
• If the available HDD space is insufficient, recording is
not possible.
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Recording Settings
1) REC symbol
During recording, this symbol is displayed in red,
and when all recordings have finished, the display is
turned OFF. The numbers describe the percentage
of the number of tracks that have finished being
recorded out of the total number of CD tracks, so if
recording a single track, “00%” is displayed.
Set the music CD recording method.
1 During music CD playback (page
6-19) , touch [
]
2) Recording Status Symbol
Tracks being recorded are displayed in red, and
those that are not being recorded are displayed in
blue. No symbol is displayed for tracks that have
finished being recorded.
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2
Touch [REC. setting]
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3
Touch one of the settings
Auto Recording
Manual Recording
R e c o rd i n g t o t h e m u s i c s e r v e r i s p e r f o r m e d
automatically when a music CD is inserted.
Tracks can be recorded individually during playback.
NOTE
• Recording must have been set to [Auto REC.] in
advance. >>> “Recording Settings” (page 6-22)
1
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4
Touch [Back]
The recording settings are completed.
Recording to the music server is
performed automatically when a music
CD is inserted.
>>> “Auto Recording” (page 6-23)
[Manual
REC.]
Tracks can be recorded individually
during playback.
>>> “Manual Recording” (page 6-23)
[Single REC.] Only one track from the music CD is
recorded.
>>> “Single Recording” (page 6-23)
All the tracks on the music CD are recorded
automatically on the HDD and played back as the
recording proceeds without waiting for the recording
to complete.
• Recording must have been set to [Manual REC.] in
advance. >>> “Recording Settings” (page 6-22)
1 Play the music CD track to be
recorded
2
Touch [REC. start]
NOTE
Audio
[Auto REC.]
Insert a CD
NOTE
• The default factory setting is set to auto recording.
• If a track that has finished being recorded is selected
during recording, the recording is continued, and
the selected track is played. If a track that has
not yet been recorded is selected, the recording
underway is stopped and recording of the selected
track is started, then the track is played back as the
recording proceeds without waiting for the recording
to complete.
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Recording is started, and the track is played from the
start.
NOTE
• If another track is selected during recording, the
recording is stopped, and the selected track is
played.
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Single Recording
Stopping Recording
Only one track from the music CD is recorded.
NOTE
• Recording must have been set to [Single REC.] in
advance. >>> “Recording Settings” (page 6-22)
1
Play the music CD to be recorded
2
Touch [REC. start]
1 During music CD recording (page
6-19) , touch [
]
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2
Touch [REC. stop]
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If the track being played is the first track, recording is
started.
NOTE
• If another track is selected during recording, the
recording is stopped, and the selected track is
played.
• With single recording, recording cannot be started
even if [REC. start] is touched when any track other
than the first track is being played.
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Recording is stopped.
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Obtaining Title Information
The playlist title information can be obtained from the
Gracenote Database on the HDD. Searching for tracks
on the music server, etc., can be performed smoothly
by obtaining the title information.
Gracenote Service
Company Outline
The information on the HDD can be updated using the
Gracenote CDDB version upgrade CD (disk).
NOTE
• Do not remove the disk or turn OFF the engine while
the update is in progress.
• Unless the disk is inserted, [CDDB Updating] is not
displayed.
• The update takes approximately five minutes.
1
Insert a disk
>>> “Inserting and Removing Disks” (page 6-4)
When a music CD is inserted into
the device, the title information can
b e o b t a i n e d f ro m t h e b u i l t - i n H D D
automatically at any time. If the title
information cannot be obtained, obtain it
using the CD text information.
The information that can be obtained is
the album title, album artist, track title,
track artist, and genre.
NOTE
2
Press the [MODE] key
3
Touch [CDDB Updating]
Patents and Trademarks
For patents and trademarks, refer to “Gracenote ®
Music Recognition ServiceSM” (page 1-12) .
Obtaining Title Information
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• If there is no CD text information, the title is displayed
as “No Title”, and the artist is displayed as “No
Name”.
• Title information from music CDs sold after the
period during which this device went on sale cannot
be obtained from the HDD. Further, it may not be
possible to obtain information from earlier music
CDs, either.
• Title information can be obtained for original playlist
only.
• After recording a music CD, to obtain the title
information, it is necessary to use the music server.
Audio
Music identification technology and related data
information is supplied by Gracenote Service and the
Gracenote music identification service. Gracenote
is the industry standard for music identification
technology and related data information distribution.
For details, refer to www.gracenote.com.
The Gracenote Database built into this device cannot
assure 100% the contents of the data.
Updating Gracenote CDDB
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NOTE
• If the ACC is turned OFF, the update is incomplete.
The obtained update data is deleted. If the ACC is
turned OFF and the update is canceled, perform
update again from the start.
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1 Touch [CDDB] in the playlist or
track edit screen
>>>”Editing Detailed Information” (page 7-17)
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If the title information could be obtained, the title
candidate selection screen is displayed.
2 Touch the titles to be selected for
storage
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The selected titles are stored.
[(Album
Name)]
Displayed if the information could be
obtained.
[N/A]
The title could not be registered. Enter
the desired title from the playlist edit
screen or the track edit screen.
>>>”Changing Titles” (page 7-18)
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Listening to MP3/WMA Disks
If an MP3/WMA disk is inserted into the device,
the display is switched automatically to the CD
screen, and track playback is started.
NOTE
14)
13)
12)
11)
10)
1)
2)
3)
4)
9)
10)Folder Layer Button
Touch this button to display the list of upper layer
folders.
11) Cursor Position
Shows cursor position and total number of folders
or tracks at current level.
12)Playback Mode
The currently selected playback mode is displayed.
5)
6)
7)
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8)
1) Album Name (Folder Name)
The name of the album (name of the folder) for the
track currently being played is displayed.
13)Playback Time
The playback time for the track currently being
played is displayed.
14)Artist Name
The name of the artist whose track (folder) is
currently being played is displayed.
2) MP3/WMA symbol
Describes the type of media currently being played.
3) Track Number and Track Name
The number and name of the track currently being
played is displayed.
4) [HOME]
Touch this button to move the cursor to the track
currently being played.
5) [
]
Touch this button to display the Sub Menu.
6) Folder Number/Folder Name
With track lists, the track number and file name
(excluding the extension) is displayed.
Audio
• This manual mainly explains MP3 playback. WMA
playback, however, is a similar operation.
• Tracks on MP3/WMA disks cannot be saved to the
music server.
• To display title information such as artist name and
album title, etc., the ID3 Tag or WMA Tag information
must be included in the MP3/WMA file on the disk.
>>> “MP3/WMA Files” (page 6-7)
9) Cursor
Displays the item currently selected.
Display Contents
Basic Operations
Playback
1 Insert an MP3/WMA disk into the
device
>>> “Inserting and Removing Disks” (page 6-4)
>>> “Switching to Audio Screen” (page 6-3)
Playback is started automatically.
7) [ Folder] and [ Folder ]
Touch these buttons to move down and up the
folders.
8) [
Track] and [Track
]
Touch these buttons to move down and up the
tracks. Touch and hold to rewind or fast-forward a
track.
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Moving Folders
Track Selection
Changing the Playback Mode
Folders can be moved by one layer at a time.
1
1 Touch either [ Folder] and [ Folder ],
or [
Track] and [Track
]
Touch the folder name
Repeat playback, random playback, and
scan playback can all be performed from
the MP3/WMA disk playback screen.
Repeat Playback
The track currently being played can be listened to
repeatedly.
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Each time a folder name is touched, the lower layer
folder list is displayed, and the folder layer mark is
increased.
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[
[Folder
[
2
Folder]
]
Touch [
]
Selects the next folder
Track]
Touch the folder layer button
[Track
1
Selects the previous folder
]
Use to select the previous track or the
start of the track currently being played.
Touch and hold to rewind. Play resumes
when the button is released.
Use to select the next track. Touch and
hold to fast-forward. Play resumes when
the button is released.
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2
Touch [Repeat]
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Folder layer button
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The track currently being played is played repeatedly.
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The selected folder list is displayed.
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3
3
Scan Playback
Touch [Repeat] again
Touch [Scan] again
The start of each track is played for approximately 10
seconds each. Use to find a desired track.
REPEAT
1
Touch [
SCAN
]
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FOLDER-REPEAT
FOLDER-SCAN
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Audio
2
Touch [Scan]
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Each time [Repeat] is touched, the playback mode
changes.
REPEAT
The track currently being played plays
repeatedly.
Each time [Scan] is touched, the playback mode
changes.
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SCAN
Performs scan playback on all the tracks
in the folder currently being played.
Scan playback is started.
FOLDERREPEAT
All tracks in the folder currently being
played play repeatedly.
FOLDERSCAN
Performs scan playback on the first
track in all the folders on the disk.
(OFF)
Cancels the repeat playback.
(OFF)
Cancels the scan playback.
4 Touch the name of the track
during playback
Scanning is stopped, and the selected track is played.
NOTE
• Scan playback is cancelled automatically if the scan
returns to the first track.
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3
Random Playback
The track order can be changed and played randomly
on the MP3/WMA disk currently being played.
1
Touch [
Touch [Random] again
RANDOM
]
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ALL-RANDOM
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2
Touch [Random]
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Each time [Random] is touched, the playback mode
changes.
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RANDOM
Random playback is started.
Performs random playback on all the
tracks in the folder currently being
played.
ALL-RANDOM Performs random playback on all the
tracks on the disk.
(OFF)
Cancels the random playback.
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Display Contents
Music Server
Music Server
The music server can play and record CD
tracks. It is part of the MMCS hard drive device
(HDD).
13)
12)
11)
10)
1)
2)
3)
4)
9)
NOTE
• The tracks on the HDD cannot be transferred to
another vehicle's navigation/audio system, and the
HDD itself cannot be replaced.
• Tracks that have been recorded to the HDD cannot
be reproduced in another medium (CD-R, MD, etc.)
8)
5)
6)
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7)
2) Track Number and Track Name
The number and name of the track currently being
played is displayed.
3) Cursor
Displays the item currently selected.
9) List Button
Touch this button to display the group list, playlist,
and track list.
10)Cursor Position
Group lists: Cursor position and total number of
groups
Playlists: Cursor position and total number of
playlists
Track lists: Cursor position and total number of
tracks
11) Playback Mode
The currently selected playback mode is displayed.
12)Playback Time
The playback time for the track currently being
played is displayed.
13)Artist Name
The name of the artist whose track (playlist) is
currently being played is displayed.
Music Server
1) Playlist Number/Playlist Name
The number and name of the playlist currently
being played is displayed.
8) Number/Title
Group lists: Group number and group name
Playlists: Playlist number and playlist name
Track lists: Track number and track name
4) [
]
Touch this button to move the cursor to the track
currently being played.
5) [
]
Touch this button to display the Sub Menu.
6) [ Playlist], [Playlist ]
Touch these buttons to move down and up the
playlists.
7) [
Track], [Track
]
Touch these buttons to move down and up the
tracks. Touch and hold to rewind or fast-forward a
track.
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Configuration
Music Server
01 Original
01
Original Playlist
02
Original Playlist
03
Original Playlist
9999 Original Playlist
01
02
03
04
05
Track
Track
Track
Track
Track
99 Track
02 My Best
01
My Favorites
02
My Frequency
01 Track
02 Track
50 Track
User Group
03 (New Group)
01
User Playlist
02
User Playlist
999 User Playlist
01 Track
02 Track
03 Track
99 Track
04 (New Group)
99 (New Group)
Group
Playlist
Track
Group
Playlist
Available music server groups already set
at the factory are “Original” and “My Best”.
User groups are created by the customer.
A playlist is a location that can store a
maximum of 99 tracks.
“Original” Group
• A playlist created automatically when recording from
a music CD.
• Normally, these playlists are managed separately for
each music CD album.
• Different from user playlists, these playlists store the
tracks comprising the actual data.
• The playlist names and artist names can be
changed, deleted, and the genre set.
• The location to which the original playlist that is
created automatically when a track from a music CD
is stored. The group number is “01”.
• User playlists cannot be stored in the “Original”
Group.
• This group cannot be deleted, and nor can its name
be changed.
• A maximum of 9999 original playlists can be stored.
Original Playlist
My Favorites
“My Best” Group
• The location to which playlists, etc., created
automatically based on the information played by the
Music Server are stored. The group number is “02”.
• “My Favorites” and “My Frequency” are stored.
• This group cannot be deleted, and nor can its name
be changed.
User Group (New Group)
• The location to which user playlists are stored. The
group numbers are “03” to “99”.
• A maximum of 999 user playlists can be stored in
one User Group.
• This group can be newly created (97 user playlists
max), deleted, or the name can be changed.
• The location where favorite tracks can be stored easily.
• Tracks can be deleted, their playback order
changed, and tracks can be stored.
My Frequency
• The playlist to which tracks are automatically stored
and updated from the original playlist.
• The playback order cannot be changed, and tracks
cannot be added.
User Playlist
• The playlist to which favorite tracks that have been
selected from the original playlist by the customer
can be registered.
• Tracks in user playlists constantly reference tracks
in the original playlist, and so are not actual data.
Consequently, if the tracks in the original playlist are
deleted, the referenced track in the user playlist is
also deleted.
• Groups can be changed, playlist names, and artist
names can be changed and deleted, the playback
order can be changed, and tracks can be stored.
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Listening to the Music Server
Track Selection
Switching Lists
1 Touch [ Playlist] and [Playlist ]
or [
Track] and [Track
] to select
the track
Basic Operations
You can toggle between the group lists, playlists, and
track lists.
1
Touch [Group]
Playback
1 Press the [MODE] key, and touch
[Music Server]
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[
Playlist]
[
]
To select the next playlist.
Track]
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[Track
]
To select the previous track or the start
of the track currently being played.
Touch and hold to rewind. Play resumes
when the button is released.
The group list is displayed.
2
Music Server
[Playlist
To select the previous playlist.
Touch [Playlist]
To select the next track. Touch and hold
to fast-forward. Play resumes when the
button is released.
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The list of playlists is displayed.
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The music server screen is displayed, and playback
starts automatically.
NOTE
• All playlists play repeatedly.
• The Music Server can play even while a music CD
is being recorded. The Music Server cannot play
tracks being recorded until the recording has been
completed.
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3
Touch [Track]
Changing the Playback Mode
3
Touch [Repeat] again
REPEAT
Repeat playback, random playback, and
scan playback can all be performed from
the Music Server playback screen.
NOTE
• Repeat playback, random playback, and scan
playback cannot be performed by group.
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The list of tracks is displayed.
NOTE
• It is not possible to toggle directly from group list to
track list.
Repeat Playback
PLAYLIST-REPEAT
The track currently being played can be listened to
repeatedly.
1
Touch [
]
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Each time [Repeat] is touched, the playback mode
changes.
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2
Touch [Repeat]
REPEAT
The track currently being played plays
repeatedly.
PLAYLISTREPEAT
All tracks in the playlist currently being
played play repeatedly.
(OFF)
Cancels the repeat playback.
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The track currently being played plays repeatedly.
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3
Scan Playback
The start of each track is played for approximately 10
seconds each. Use to find a desired track.
1
Touch [
Random Playback
Touch [Scan] again
The track order can be changed and played randomly
on the Music Server currently being played.
SCAN
1
]
Touch [
]
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PLAYLIST-SCAN
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2
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2
Touch [Scan]
Touch [Random]
Music Server
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Each time [Scan] is touched, the playback mode
changes.
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SCAN
Scan playback is started.
Performs scan playback on all the
tracks in the playlist currently being
played.
PLAYLISTSCAN
Performs scan playback of the first
track in all playlists in the group
currently being played.
(OFF)
Cancels the scan playback.
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Random playback is started.
4 Touch the name of the track during
playback
The track currently being scanned is played.
NOTE
• Scan playback is cancelled automatically if the scan
returns to the first track.
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3
Touch [Random] again
RANDOM
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PLAYLIST-RANDOM
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Each time [Random] is touched, the playback mode
changes.
RANDOM
Performs random playback on all the
tracks in the playlist currently being
played.
PLAYLISTRANDOM
Performs random playback of all the
tracks in the [Original] group.
(OFF)
Cancels the random playback.
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Searching for Desired Tracks
3
NOTE
Touch [Playlist]
• Touch the name of a playlist in the list. The first track
is played.
• Touch [My Frequency] in the “My Best” group.
The track lists are automatically updated using the
conditions specified in “Setting the “My Frequency”
Conditions” (page 7-15) .
Selecting Tracks from the List Screen
Groups, playlists, and tracks to which
the desired track has been saved can be
selected and played.
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NOTE
The list of playlists is displayed.
• When searching for a track, touch [
] to display
the track list of the track currently being played.
NOTE
1
Touch [Group]
6
Touch one of the track names
• The list of playlists is also displayed if a group name
in the list is touched.
4
Touch one of the playlists
Music Server
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The track is played.
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The group list is displayed.
2
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Touch one of the groups
5
Touch [Track]
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The list screen of tracks is displayed.
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Searching Using the Search Function
4
Touch the item to select
7
Touch one of the track names
>>> “Table of Search Conditions” (page 7-10)
You can search for a track in the Music
Server in several ways.
Search conditions can be a combination
of the recording period, genre, playlist
name, track name, artist name, number of
playbacks, and playback period.
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1
Touch [
]
5
Touch one of the conditions
The track is played.
NOTE
• Even if the display is switched to the Navi screen
during a search, the search continues, and a
message is displayed after the search has been
completed.
• If there are no tracks that satisfy the search
conditions, a message is displayed, and the search
ends.
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2
Touch [Function Settings]
Repeat step 4 and step 5 above to specify the
conditions.
6
Touch [Search Start]
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3
Touch [Search]
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A list of tracks that satisfy the search conditions are
displayed.
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Registering Search Results to a Playlist
Tracks in lists that are displayed as a result of searches
using the search function can be registered to newlycreated playlists.
4
Enter the playlist title
>>> “How to Enter Text” (page 2-13)
NOTE
• The playlists created here are all user playlists.
>>> “User Playlist” (page 7-2)
1 Search for tracks using the search
function
>>> “Searching Using the Search Function” (page 7-8)
2
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NOTE
• The date has been entered as playlist name
beforehand.
Touch [Create Playlist]
5
Touch [Set]
Music Server
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3
Touch the group to be used for storage
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The search result tracks are registered to the newlycreated playlist, and registered to the selected group.
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NOTE
• To select a group, a user group must been created
beforehand.
>>> “Creating User Groups” (page 7-11)
• If a group has not been created, a group with the name of
today’s date is created automatically, and go to next step.
• Group names can be edited.
>>> “Changing Group Names” (page 7-18)
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Table of Search Conditions
The setting (default setting) immediately after purchase is “Not Specified”.
Item
Recorded Time
Category
Playlist Name
Track Name
Details
Excludes the recording period from the
search conditions.
[Within a Week]
Searches for tracks recorded within the
past week.
[Within a Month]
Searches for tracks recorded within the
past month.
[Within 6 Months]
Searches for tracks recorded within the
past six months.
[More Than 6 Months] Searches for tracks recorded no earlier
than the past six months.
[Within a Year]
Searches for tracks recorded within the
past year.
[More Than a Year]
Searches for tracks recorded no earlier
than the past year.
[Within 3 Years]
Searches for tracks recorded within the
past three years.
[More Than 3 Years]
Searches for tracks recorded no earlier
than the past three years.
[Not Specified]
Excludes genre from the search
conditions.
[Category]
Searches for tracks in one relevant
genre.
[Not Specified]
Excludes the playlist name from the
search conditions.
[Keyboard Input]
Enter part of the playlist name using the
character input screen to perform a search.
>>> “How to Enter Text” (page 2-13)
[Playlist Name]*1
Searches for tracks in one relevant
playlist name.
[Not Specified]
Excludes the track name from the search
conditions.
[Keyboard Input]
Enter part of the artist name using the
character input screen to perform a search.
>>> “How to Enter Text” (page 2-13)
[Track Name]*1
Searches for tracks with the relevant
track name(s).
Item
Artist Name
Condition
[Not Specified]
Play Count
Played Time
Condition
[Not Specified]
Details
Excludes the artist name from the search
conditions.
[Keyboard Input]
Enter part of the artist name using the
character input screen to perform a search.
>>> “How to Enter Text” (page 2-13)
[Artist Name]*1
Searches for tracks with the relevant
artist name(s).
[Not Specified]
Excludes number of playback from the
search conditions.
[Not Played]
Searches for tracks that have never been
played.
[Played 1 - 5 Times]
Searches for tracks that have been
played one to five times in the past.
[Played 6 Times or
Searches for tracks that have been
More]
played six or more times in the past.
[Not Specified]
Excludes the playback period from the
search conditions.
[Within 6 Months]
Searches for tracks played within the
past six months.
[More Than 6 Months] Searches for tracks played at least six
months ago.
[Within a Year]
Searches for tracks played within the
past year.
[More Than a Year]
Searches for tracks played more than a
year ago.
[Within 3 Years]
Searches for tracks played within the
past three years.
[More Than 3 Years]
Searches for tracks played more than
three years ago.
*1 If a name is not registered in the title information (page 6-25) , the name is not
displayed in the conditions list.
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Editing User Groups
User groups, user playlists, and user tracks
can be edited.
3
Enter the name of the new group
New playlists can be created, and stored
in the user groups.
1
Creating User Groups
New groups can be created, and
registered to the group list on the Music
Server.
1
Touch [
Creating User Playlists
>>> “How to Enter Text” (page 2-13)
Touch [
]
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NOTE
• The date has been entered as the group name
beforehand.
]
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4
Touch [Set]
Touch [Function Settings]
Music Server
2
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2
Touch [New Group]
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The group is registered to the list.
3
Touch [New Playlist]
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4 Touch the group to be used for
storage
6
Search from a Playlist
Touch [Set]
1 Touch the playlist containing the
tracks to be searched
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NOTE
• If a group has not been created, a group with the
name of today’s date is created automatically, and
go to step 5.
• To select a group, a user group must been created
beforehand. >>> “Creating User Groups” (page 7-11)
• Group names can be edited.
>>> “Changing Group Names” (page 7-18)
5
7 Touch [Search from a Playlist] or
[Search by Conditions]
Select the search method for the tracks stored in the
newly-created playlists.
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2
Touch the track to be stored
Enter the name of the new playlist
>>> “How to Enter Text” (page 2-13)
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>>> Continues in “Search from a Playlist” (page 7-12)
>>> Continues in “Search by Conditions” (page 7-13)
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NOTE
• Touch to select, and touch again to cancel the
selection.
• If you transfer to another group or playlist after a
track has been selected, the selection is canceled.
• A maximum of 99 tracks can be registered.
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NOTE
3
Touch [Set]
• The current date is automatically assigned as the
playlist name until you enter a different name.
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4
4
Search by Conditions
Touch [Complete]
1
Touch [Complete]
Specify the conditions
>>> “Searching Using the Search Function” (page 7-8)
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The playback screen is displayed.
Registration is completed.
NOTE
2
Touch [Search Start]
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NOTE
• To u c h [ G ro u p ] t o c h a n g e t h e g ro u p n a m e .
>>> “Changing Group Names” (page 7-18)
• Touch [Add] to add tracks to the newly-created
playlist. The operations are the same as from step 7
of “Creating User Playlists” (page 7-11)
• Touch [Delete] to select and delete a stored track.
>>> “Deleting One Item” (page 7-23)
• Touch [Order Change] to change the track playback
order. >>> “Changing the Track Playback Order”
(page 7-22)
Music Server
• Touch [Group] to change the group name. >>>
“Changing Group Names” (page 7-18)
• Touch [Add] to add tracks to the newly-created
playlist. The operations are the same as from step 7
of “Creating User Playlists” (page 7-11)
• Touch [Delete] to select and delete a stored track.
>>> “Deleting One Item” (page 7-23)
• Touch [Order Change] to change the track playback
order. >>> “Changing the Track Playback Order”
(page 7-22)
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The search start using the specified conditions.
3
Touch [Set]
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NOTE
• Touching the track name will cancel the selection.
• A maximum of 99 tracks can be registered.
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Adding Tracks to Playlists
4
Touch [Playlist Edit]
Tracks can be added to the user playlists,
but tracks cannot be added to either My
Favorites or My Frequency in the My Best
groups, or to the original playlists.
1 Touch the user playlist to add a
track
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5
Touch [Add Track]
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2
Touch [
3
Touch [Function Settings]
]
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The screen for selecting the track search method is
displayed.
>>> Continues in “Search from a Playlist” (page 7-12)
>>> Continues in “Search by Conditions” (page 7-13)
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Setting the “My Best” Group
3
Touch the conditions to be set
Deleting the Playback History
All histories of the tracks played in the past can be
deleted.
The “My Frequency” conditions in the “My
Best” group can be set, and tracks can be
added to the “My Favorites” playlist.
1
Touch [
]
Setting the “My Frequency” Conditions
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The “My Frequency” search period can be
set.
1
Touch [
]
The selected conditions are set.
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Touch [My Freq. Setting]
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[The past 3
months]
Registers the tracks listened to
frequently in the past three months,
including this month.
[The past 6
months]
Registers the tracks listened to
frequently in the past six months,
including this month.
NOTE
• A maximum of 50 tracks can be registered in “My
Frequency”.
• The “My Frequency” list is updated automatically
whenever it is played.
• The “My Frequency” track names can be edited, but
tracks cannot be edited, nor can the playback order
be changed.
>>>”Changing Titles” (page 7-18)
2
Touch [My Freq. Setting]
Music Server
[The past 30 R e g i s t e r s t h e t r a c k s l i s t e n e d t o
days]
frequently in the past 30 days.
2
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“My Frequency” Set Conditions
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3
Touch [Play Hist. Delete]
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4
Touch [Yes]
Adding to “My Favorites”
Favorite tracks can be added to “My
Favorites” while being played by the Music
Server.
1
Touch [
]
NOTE
• A maximum of 50 tracks can be registered to “My
Favorites”.
• Track names can be edited, and the playback order
changed or deleted.
>>>”Changing Titles” (page 7-18)
>>> “Changing the Track Playback Order” (page 7-22)
>>> “Deleting One Item” (page 7-23)
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All histories of the tracks played in the past are
deleted.
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2
Touch [My Favorites]
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3
Touch [Yes]
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The track being played is added to the “My Favorites”
playlist.
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Editing Detailed Information
3
Original Playlist Edit Screen
Touch [Title Edit]
The information for registered playlists or
tracks can be edited.
NOTE
• The “My Frequency” and “My Favorites” playlists
cannot be edited, so the track edit screen is
displayed.
• Even if the title name or artist name, etc., are
changed, they return to as they were before when
the title information is obtained. >>>”Obtaining Title
Information” (page 6-25)
1
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4 Touch the playlist name or track
name to be edited
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User Playlist Edit Screen
>>>”Selecting Tracks from the List Screen” (page 7-7)
Touch [
]
Music Server
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Track Edit Screen
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The edit screen is displayed.
2
Touch [Function Settings]
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Changing Titles
1
Changing Artist Names
1 Touch [Edit] in either “Artist” or
“Track Artist”
Touch [Edit] in “Title”
4
Touch [Set]
The artist name is changed.
Changing Group Names
NOTE
• Original playlists and My Best groups cannot be
changed.
1
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2
Touch [Edit] in “Group”
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Enter the title.
2
>>> “How to Enter Text” (page 2-13)
Touch [Keyboard input]
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2
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3
Touch [Set]
The title is changed.
Touch [Group Name Edit]
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NOTE
• If already registered, the artist name in the list can be
selected by being touched.
3
Enter the artist name
>>> “How to Enter Text” (page 2-13)
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NOTE
• The currently selected group can be stored again to
a new group by touching that other group.
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3
Enter the group name
Changing Categories
>>> “How to Enter Text” (page 2-13)
Alternative & Punk
Blues
NOTE
Books & Spoken
Children’s Music
• Categories can be changed for original playlists only.
Classical
Country
1
Touch the [Edit] button in “Category”
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4
Category Types
Touch [Set]
Group name is changed.
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Touch the category to be selected
Easy Listening
Electronic / Dance
Folk
Gospel & Religious
Hip Hop/Rap
Holiday
Industrial
Jazz
Latin
Metal
New Age
Pop
R&B
Reggae
Rock
Soundtrack
Unclassifiable
Music Server
2
Date
World
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The category is changed.
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Changing the Playback Order
3
3
Touch [Playlist Edit]
Touch [Order Change]
The order of the groups, playlists, and tracks
that are being played (i.e., the list order) can
be changed.
NOTE
• If changing the track playback order, first select
a playlist in which the tracks to be changed are
registered.
1
Touch [
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>>> Continues in “Changing the Group Playback Order” (page 7-20)
>>> Continues in “Changing the Playlist Playback Order” (page 7-21)
>>> Continues in “Changing the Track Playback Order” (page 7-22)
]
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4
Touch [Transpose]
Changing the Group Playback Order
1
Touch [Order Change of Playlist]
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2
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NOTE
Touch [Function Settings]
• Touch [Standard] to change to the registered order.
5 Touch the group whose order is
to be changed
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2
Touch [Group]
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6 Touch [
the position
] and [
] to move
Changing the Playlist Playback Order
Manual Changing
1
Touch [Order Change of Playlist]
Auto Changing
1
Touch [Order Change of Playlist]
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NOTE
• The list numbers beside the titles change
automatically.
• The playback order can be changed by directly
touching the location to be moved to.
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2
Touch [Set]
Touch [Transpose]
Music Server
7
2
Touch one of the conditions
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3 Touch the playlist whose order is
to be changed
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The playback order is changed.
The playback order is changed.
Playback Order Types
[Old Order
Changes to the old order at the time of
of Recording] recording.
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[New Order of C h a n g e s o r d e r t o f r o m n e w e s t
Recording]
recording time.
[Order of
The order is changed to alphabetical
Playlist Name] order.
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4 Touch [
the position
] and [
] to move
Changing the Track Playback Order
NOTE
• The playback order of original playlists and “My
Frequency” cannot be changed.
1
Touch [Order Change of Track]
NOTE
• The list numbers beside the titles change
automatically.
• The playback order can be changed by directly
touching the location to be moved to.
4
Touch [Set]
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NOTE
• The list numbers beside the titles change
automatically.
• The playback order can be changed by directly
touching the location to be moved to.
5
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2 Touch the track whose order is to
be changed
Touch [Set]
The playback order is changed.
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The playback order is changed.
3 Touch [
the position
] and [
] to move
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2
Deleting
Touch [Function Settings]
5 Touch the group, playlist, or track
to be deleted
Deleting One Item
User groups, original playlists, user
playlists, and all tracks can be deleted one
at a time.
NOTE
1
Touch [
3
6
Touch [Yes]
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4
]
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Touch [Delete]
Music Server
• If an original playlist or original track is deleted, the
track is also deleted simultaneously from the My
Best group and user group.
• If all the original tracks are deleted, the original
playlist is also deleted automatically.
• Even if a user playlist is deleted, the tracks are not
deleted.
• Even if all user tracks are deleted, the user playlist is
not deleted, and even if all user playlists are deleted,
the user group is not deleted.
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Touch [Group], [Playlist], or [Track]
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The selected group, playlist, or track is deleted.
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3
Deleting All Items
Touch [Delete All]
All recorded tracks can be deleted all at
once. All tracks are deleted regardless
of whether they are in original playlists or
user playlists.
NOTE
• Anything deleted all at once cannot be recovered.
• If you transfer the vehicle, Mitsubishi recommends
that, for copyright purposes, you erase any recorded
tracks.
1
Touch [
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4
Touch [Yes]
]
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5
Touch [Yes]
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2
Touch [Function Settings]
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All recorded tracks are deleted, and the device is
restarted.
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Display Contents
Visual
Watching DVDs
If a DVD is inserted into the MMCS, it
automatically switches to DVD playback.
It will display the DVD image if the vehicle is
not moving.
1)
2)
18)
17)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
16)
15)
14)
13)
12)
NOTE
• For safety reasons, while driving, video is not
displayed, and playback is audio only.
• To watch a DVD, stop the car in a safe location.
11)
9)
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10)
1) Title number
The number of the title currently being played is
displayed.
3) Chapter number
The number of the chapter currently being played
is displayed.
4) [Search]
Touch this button to select the chapter or title, or
specify the number.
5) [Sound]
The sound language changes each time this button
is touched.
10)[
Chapter] and [Chapter
]
Touch these buttons to move down and up the
chapters. Touch and hold to rewind or fast-forward.
11) [Menu]
Touch this button to display the DVD content title
menu.
12) [Return]
Touch this button to play the specified range
determined on the disk.
13) [Slow]
Touch this button to play in slow motion.
14) [Stop]
Touch this button to stop the playback.
15) [Pause]
Touch this button to pause the playback.
16) [Play]
Touch this button (when the playback is paused
or during slow motion playback) to resume normal
playback.
Visual
2) Prohibited operation symbol
Displayed when the requested operation cannot be
performed.
9) [ Title] and [Title ]
Touch these buttons to move down and up the
titles.
17)Playback Time
The playback time is displayed.
18)Playback Status
Displays the current playback status using symbols.
>>>”Playback Marks” (page 8-3)
6) [Subtitle]
The subtitle language changes each time this
button is touched.
7) [Angle]
The angle changes each time this button is
touched.
8) [No. Entry]
The title or chapter can be specified by entering a
number after this button is touched.
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Playback
Basic Operations
1
Insert a DVD into the device
>>> “Inserting and Removing Disks” (page 6-4)
>>> “Switching to Audio Screen” (page 6-3)
1
Fast-Forwarding and Rewinding
Touch [Play]
This resumes playback from paused or slow motion
playback.
1 Touch and hold [
Chapter] or
[Chapter
] during playback
When the button is released, the playback screen is
displayed.
Pausing
1
Selecting Chapters
Touch [Pause]
1
The DVD playback is paused.
The image is stopped and frozen.
NOTE
Stopping
• When the chapter has played for one second or
more, touch [
Chapter] to play from the start of
the current chapter.
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The display is switched to DVD images automatically.
2 Touch the screen while the DVD
is displayed
1
Touch [
Chapter] or [Chapter
] during playback
Touch [Stop]
The DVD playback is stopped. The image disappears,
and the blue back screen is displayed.
Selecting Titles
1 Touch [
playback
Title] or [Title
] during
Slow Motion Playback
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The operations menu screen is displayed.
NOTE
• Touch [Play] here to resume playback.
(Resume Playback)
• Touch [Stop] again and touch [Play] to play the DVD
from the beginning.
1 Touch [Slow]
NOTE
• Each time [Slow] is touched, the playback
speed is changed in the following order:
1/2>>>1/8>>>1/32>>>1/2.
• Touch [Play] to cancel slow motion playback.
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Playback Using Search
Return Playback
A specified range determined on the disk beforehand
can be played.
1 Touch [Return] during playback
NOTE
Playback Using Numerical Inputs
1 Touch [Search] in the operations
menu screen
2
Touch [Title] or [Chapter]
• Depending on the disk, return playback may not be
possible.
Playback can be selected by entering the number of
the chapter or title.
1 Touch [No. Entry] in the operations
menu screen
2 Touch the number of the desired
chapter or title
Playback Marks
Playing
(Blinking when stopped for resume play)
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Stopped
Paused
3
Fast forwarding
Enter the number, and touch [Enter]
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3
Slow motion playback
“MENU”
Visual
Rewinding
Touch [Enter]
DVD menu playing
Operations Menu
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Touch the screen during DVD playback to
enable the operations menu screen.
Playback is started from the specified title or chapter.
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Playback is started from the specified title or chapter.
NOTE
• For some DVDs, this operation may not be possible.
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Switching Audio
Switching Subtitles
Switching Angles
With DVDs on which multiple languages have been
recorded, audio can be switched during playback.
(Multi-Audio)
With disks on which multiple subtitle languages have
been recorded, the subtitles can be switched during
playback. (Multi-Subtitles)
If images filmed using multiple cameras have been
recorded on the disk, the camera angles can be
switched during playback. (Multi-Angle)
1 Touch [Sound] in the operations
menu screen
1 Touch [Subtitle] in the operations
menu screen
2
2
Touch [Sound]
Touch [Subtitle]
NOTE
• The angle mark display is operated using [Angle
icon] in the default settings menu.
>>> “Displaying Angle Marks” (page 8-7)
1 Touch [Angle] in the operations
menu screen
2
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Touch [Angle]
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The current sound language is displayed.
The current subtitle language is displayed.
NOTE
NOTE
• Thereafter, the sound language is switched to
another whenever [Sound] is touched.
• Thereafter, the subtitles are switched to another
language whenever [Subtitle] is touched.
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The current angle is displayed.
NOTE
• Thereafter, the angle is switched to another angle
whenever [Angle] is touched.
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Displaying DVD Menus
Display the menus recorded on the DVD.
1 Touch [Menu] in the operations
menu screen
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Playing DVDs with Viewing Restrictions
If playable scenes have been restricted
using “Viewing Restrictions” (page 8-8),
when a DVD with viewing restrictions
is played, playback skips the restricted
scenes. Further, depending on the DVD,
a screen to enter a password may be
displayed if a viewing-restricted scene
a p p ro a c h e s . T h i s s e c t i o n e x p l a i n s
what happens if a screen for entering a
password is displayed.
NOTE
• Depending on the disk, playback may be unable to
continue even if [Back] is touched.
• Use the password entry screen to enter the
password set using “Viewing Restrictions” (page 8-8)
to enable playback without skipping the viewingrestricted scenes.
NOTE
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The menus are displayed.
NOTE
• Select a menu recorded on the disk by moving the
joystick up, down, left, and right, and press the [ENT]
key. Touch screen operations cannot be performed.
Visual
• Depending on the disk, playback may become
disabled if the viewing restriction level is changed.
After the viewing restriction level has been changed,
if playing this type of disk, remove the disk once, and
insert a disk with no viewing restrictions to change to
a playable level.
1 When a viewing-restricted scene
approaches and the password entry
screen is displayed, touch [Back]
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Playback skips the viewing-restricted scene.
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Displaying the Default Settings Menu
3
Touch [DVD Settings]
Language Settings
Set the menu language, sound language,
and subtitle language default settings.
After setting the default settings, there is
no need to change the subtitile settings,
etc., each time during DVD playback.
The following settings are possible: menu
language, sound language, subtitle
language, angle mark display, audio
compression (dynamic range control), and
viewing restriction (parental lock).
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1 Touch [Menu Language], [Sound
Language] or [Subtitle Language] in
the default settings menu (page 8-6)
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The language settings screen is displayed.
NOTE
• With [Sound Language], [Subtitle Language], and
[Menu Language], the language specified by the disk
is played if the selected language is not available on
the disk.
1 Touch [Stop] in the operations
menu screen during playback
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The default settings menu is displayed.
NOTE
2
Touch one of the languages
• Continuation of the playback is disabled when the
default settings menu is displayed.
• Touch [Default] in the default settings menu to return
all items, other than viewing restrictions, to their
default settings.
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2
Touch the screen
NOTE
• If the language you want to set is not in the list,
touch [Others].
>>> [If “Others” Has Been Selected] (page 8-7)
The selected languages are set.
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If “Others” Has Been Selected
If the language that you want to set is not displayed
in the menu languages, sound languges, or subtitles
languages list, other languages are available.
1 Touch [Others] in the language
settings screen (page 8-6)
Displaying Angle Marks
Audio Compression
Set default settings for the angle mark
display during playback on the multi-angle
(page 8-4) screen.
This function (dynamic range control)
controls the bandwidth of loud and
soft sounds at a fixed rate during DVD
playback, and makes even small sounds
audible.
1 Touch [Angle icon] in the default
settings menu (page 8-6)
NOTE
• Audio compression effects can be obtained from
Dolby digital audio only.
1 Touch [Dynamic Range Comp.] in
the default settings menu (page 8-6)
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2
Enter the desired language code
>>> see “Language Codes” (page 8-10)
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Visual
This turns [ON] and [OFF] the angle mark display.
NOTE
• Angle marks are displayed only for DVDs on which
multi-angles have been recorded.
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This turns [ON] and [OFF] the audio compression.
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3
Touch [Enter]
The language corresponding to the language code
entered is set.
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Viewing Restrictions (Parental Lock)
Setting Passwords and Viewing Restriction Levels
Depending on the disk, viewing of scenes
that you do not want children to see (e.g.,
adult content and violent scenes) can be
restricted.
1 Touch [Parental Lock] in the
default settings menu (page 8-6)
4
Enter the level, and touch [Enter]
NOTE
• Set a password when using for the first time. Viewing
restrictions cannot be operated unless a password
has been set.
• Disks that do not have the viewing control level on
the disk package cannot be viewing-controlled, even
if the level has been set.
• The viewing level is recorded to the disk. Check the
disk package.
• Depending on the disk, only scenes that are viewingrestricted may be skipped during playback. For
details, refer to the disk user guide.
• Depending on the disk, playback may become
disabled if the viewing restriction level is changed.
After the viewing restriction level has been changed,
if playing this type of disk, remove the disk once, and
insert a disk with no viewing restrictions to change to
a playable level.
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2 Enter a user-selected 4-digit
password, and touch [Enter]
The password and viewing restrictions level settings
are now complete.
Level 1
Only disks for children are played.
Level 2 to
Level 7
Disks with adult content are prohibited.
(I.e., disks for children and general disks
are played.)
Level 8
All disks are played.
Changing the Level
The viewing restriction level set can be changed.
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3 Enter the 4-digit password again
for confirmation, and touch [Enter]
1 Touch [Parental Lock] in the
default settings menu (page 8-6)
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2 Enter the stored password, and
touch [Enter]
2 Enter the current password, and
touch [Enter]
If You Have Forgotten the Password
If you have forgotten your password, clear the
password, and reset as necessary.
1 Display the password entry
screen (page 8-9)
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3
Enter the level, and touch [Enter]
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3 Enter the new password, and
touch [Enter]
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2 Touch [Back] five times in succession
without entering any characters
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Visual
A message is displayed, and the password is cleared.
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The viewing restriction level change is completed.
4 Enter the new password again
for confirmation, and touch [Enter]
Changing the Password
The set password can be changed.
The password change is completed.
1 Touch [Change Password] in the
password entry screen (page 8-9)
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Language Codes
Language
Afar
Abkhazian
Afrikaans
Amharic
Arabic
Assamese
Aymara
Azerbaijani
Bashkir
Byelorussian
Bulgarian
Bihari
Bislama
Bengali
Tibetan
Breton
Catalan
Corsican
Czech
Welsh
Danish
German
Bhutani
Greek
English
Esperanto
Español
Estonian
Basque
Farsi
Finnish
Fiji
Faeroese
Français
Frisian
Code
6565
6566
6570
6577
6582
6583
6589
6590
6665
6669
6671
6672
6673
6678
6679
6682
6765
6779
6783
6789
6865
6869
6890
6976
6978
6979
6983
6984
6985
7065
7073
7074
7079
7082
7089
Language
Irish
Scots-Gaelic
Galician
Guarani
Gujarati
Hausa
Hebrew
Hindi
Croatian
Hungarian
Armenian
Interlingua
Indonesian
Interlingue
Inupiak
Icelandic
Italian
Japanese
Javanese
Georgian
Kazakh
Greenlandic
Cambodian
Kannada
Korean
Kashmiri
Kurdish
Kirghiz
Latin
Lingala
Laotian
Lithuanian
Latvian
Malagasy
Maori
Macedonian
Malayalam
Code
7165
7168
7176
7178
7185
7265
7269
7273
7282
7285
7289
7365
7368
7369
7375
7383
7384
7465
7487
7565
7575
7576
7577
7578
7579
7583
7585
7589
7665
7678
7679
7684
7686
7771
7773
7775
7776
Language
Mongolian
Moldavian
Marathi
Malay
Maltese
Burmese
Nauru
Nepali
Dutch
Norwegian
Occitan
Oromo
Oriya
Punjabi
Polish
Pashto
Portuguese
Quechua
Rhaeto-Romance
Kirundi
Romanian
Russian
Kinyarwanda
Sanskrit
Sindhi
Sangro
Serbo-Croatian
Sinhalese
Slovak
Slovenian
Samoan
Shona
Somali
Albanian
Serbia
Siswati
Sesotho
Code
7778
7779
7782
7783
7784
7789
7865
7869
7876
7879
7967
7977
7982
8065
8076
8083
8084
8185
8277
8278
8279
8285
8287
8365
8368
8371
8372
8373
8375
8376
8377
8378
8379
8381
8382
8383
8384
Language
Sundanese
Swedish
Swahili
Tamil
Telugu
Tajik
Thai
Tigrinya
Turkmen
Tagalog
Setswana
Tonga
Turkish
Tsonga
Tatar
Twi
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Volapuk
Wolof
Xhosa
Yiddish
Yoruba
Chinese
Zulu
Code
8385
8386
8387
8465
8469
8471
8472
8473
8475
8476
8478
8479
8482
8483
8484
8487
8575
8582
8590
8673
8679
8779
8872
8973
8979
9072
9085
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AUX / Video Entertainment System
Switching to Auxiliary Video connecter (RCA)
Switching to Auxiliary Video connecter (RCA) will show
the video from the connected equipment.
AUX
1
Press the [MODE] key
By connecting your own video equipment,
etc. to Auxiliary Video connecter (RCA), you
can show the playback on the MMCS.
2
Touch [AUX]
Video Entertainment System
If upgraded to the manufacturer’s optional
Video Entertainment System, media
being played in the Video Entertainment
System can be played, or video device,
etc. connected to the Video Entertainment
System can be displayed.
NOTE
• Images will not be shown while the car is moving.
• While driving, DVD and other visual images cannot
be played using the front seat monitor.
• This operation is not possible if no Video
Entertainment System has been connected.
• This device can display in the Video Entertainment
System the audio screen being played, and be
operated using a special remote control.
• For details, refer to the user manual for the Video
Entertainment System.
Connecting to Auxiliary Video connecter (RCA)
Using a video cable sold on the market, connect the
video equipment, etc. to Auxiliary Video connecter
(RCA).
The video from the equipment connected to Auxiliary
Video connecter (RCA) will be shown.
Type 1
NOTE
WHITE
YELLOW
RED
Type 2
YELLOW
YELLOW: Video
WHITE: Audio (Left)
RED: Audio (Right)
RED
WHITE
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• When Auxiliary Video connecter (RCA) is connected
on the maker's option Video Entertainment System
and the Video Entertainment System is switched on,
[Rear-Display] will be shown.
• The connected video equipment cannot be operated
with the MMCS.
• Depending on the connected video equipment, it
may produce noise from the speakers.
• Use the connected video equipment’s own power source,
such as its battery. Noise may be produced from the
speakers if the connected video equipment is used while
charging it using the 12 V power outlets of the vehicle.
• Do not activate [AUX] when no video equipment is
connected. Otherwise, noise may be produced from
the speakers.
• Connect video equipment when [AUX] is deactivated or
lower the vehicle’s speaker volume before connecting
it. Noise may be produced from the speakers if video
equipment is connected after [AUX] is activated.
• For information on how to connect and operate the
video equipment, refer to the owner’s manual for the
equipment.
Visual
NOTE
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Switching to Video Entertainment System
Operations
Media played using the Video Entertainment System
can be played using this device.
Media being played using the Video Entertainment
System can be operated using this device.
1
Press the [MODE] key
2
Touch [Rear Display]
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Track and chapter selections can be made by touching
the buttons displayed at the bottom of the screen.
NOTE
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The image currently being played is displayed using
the Video Entertainment System.
NOTE
• While playing media other than video on the Video
Entertainment System, only the sound is played from
the speakers.
• AUX operations cannot be performed.
• Operations such as fast-forward and rewind, etc.,
cannot be performed by touching and holding these
buttons.
• For detailed operation instructions and media that
can be operated, refer to the user manual for the
Video Entertainment System.
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2
NOTE
Information
Calendar
Displays the calendar. Special days and
anniversaries, etc., can be checked and set.
1 Press the [INFO] key, and touch
[Calendar]
• Touch [ ] in [Year] to display the calendar for the
previous year, or touch [ ] to display the calendar
for the next year, or touch [ ] in [Month] to display
the calendar for the previous month, or touch [ ] to
display the calendar for the next month.
• To u c h [ A n n i v e r s a r y ] t o s e t a n a n n i v e r s a r y.
>>> “Setting Anniversaries” (page 9-3)
• Special days that have been set are deleted
automatically three days after the special day has
passed.
Touch [Icon]
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3
Touch one of the icons
Setting Special Days
Setting a new special day. A maximum of
200 special days can be set.
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1
Touch the date to be set
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Touch [Memo]
Information
4
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NOTE
• Today’s date is displayed in yellow.
• Touch the date on the calendar directly to set the
special day. >>> “Setting Special Days” (page 9-1)
• An icon is displayed on dates where special days or
anniversaries have been set.
• Special Days are indicated with icons to the left of
the date and Anniversary Days are indicated with
icons to the right of the date.
NOTE
• Touch a date that has already been set as a special
day to enable editing.
>>> “Editing Special Days” (page 9-2)
• Dates that have already passed, including today,
cannot be set as special days.
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5 Enter a short description of the
special day, and touch [Set]
Editing Special Days
Editing a special day that has been set.
>>> “How to Enter Text” (page 2-13)
1
Touch the date to be edited
Deleting Special Days
Deleting a special day that has been set.
1 Touch the special day to be
deleted
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NOTE
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• Up to 30 characters can be entered for one memo.
6
Touch [Set]
2
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Touch [Icon] or [Memo] to edit
2
Touch [Delete]
The special day settings are completed.
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The remaining operations are the same as from step 2
of “Setting Special Days” (page 9-1)
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3
Touch [Yes]
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The special day deletion is completed.
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Setting Anniversaries
4
8 Enter a short description of the
anniversary, and touch [Set]
Touch one of the icons
Setting a new anniversary (birthday. etc.).
A maximum of 20 anniversaries can be set.
1
>>> “How to Enter Text” (page 2-13)
Touch [Anniversary]
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5
Touch [Date]
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NOTE
• Up to 30 characters can be entered for one memo.
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2
9
Touch [New Event]
Touch [Set]
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] or [
] to set the
Information
6 Touch [
month or day
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NOTE
The anniversary settings are completed.
• Multiple anniversaries can be set for the same day.
• When several anniversaries are set for the same
date, the first anniversary that was set will be given
priority and the icon will be displayed.
3
Touch [Icon]
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7
Touch [Memo]
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Editing Anniversaries
Editing an anniversary that has been set.
1
Deleting Anniversaries
The anniversary list is displayed.
Touch [Yes]
Deleting an anniversary that has been set.
1
Touch [Anniversary]
4
Touch [Anniversary]
The anniversary list is displayed.
2 Touch the anniversary to be
edited
2
Touch the anniversary to be deleted
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The anniversary deletion is completed.
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The anniversary setting screen is displayed.
3
Touch [Delete]
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The anniversary setting screen is displayed.
The remaining operations are the same as from step 3
of “Setting Anniversaries” (page 9-3)
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2
Trip
Touch [
]
Reset Mode
Trip information can be viewed and set.
1 Press the [INFO] key, and touch
[Trip]
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The 2/3 trip screen is displayed.
The distance to empty, distance driven after refueling
and driving time can be viewed.
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3
Touch [
]
Two reset modes are available:
- Auto Reset Mode automatically resets
the average speed and average fuel
economy, four hours after the ignition
switch is turned OFF.
- In Manual Reset Mode, you can reset
the items when desired.
Changing the Reset Mode
1
Display the 1/3 Trip screen
2
Touch [Manual]
Information
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The trip screen is displayed.
The average speed, Average Fuel Economy, and
Instant Fuel Economy information can be viewed.
NOTE
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The 3/3 trip screen is displayed.
The lap time can be measured.
>>> “Lap Time” (page 9-6)
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• Touch [Graph] to view
the average speed and
average fuel economy
as a graph, measured
in 5-minute units.
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• Touch [Manual] to change the reset mode to “Manual
Reset Mode”. >>> “Reset Mode” (page 9-5)
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“Auto Reset Mode” is changed to “Manual Reset
Mode”.
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NOTE
• Touch [Auto] to return to “Auto Reset Mode”.
• In “Manual Reset Mode” or “Auto Reset Mode”,
touch [Reset] to reset the average speed and
average fuel economy.
Driving Distance and Time
NOTE
Lap Time
Time, distance, speed and mileage can be
measured.
1
Display the 3/3 Trip screen
2
Touch [Start]
The distance to empty, distance driven
after refueling and driving time can be
viewed on the 2/3 Trip screen.
• To u c h [ L a p ] a g a i n
and the measurement
results displayed in
“A” are moved to
“B”, and the current
measurement results
are displayed in “A”.
4
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Touch [Stop]
Distance to Empty
The displayed distance to empty is calculated from
the current remaining fuel and the recent average fuel
economy.
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Total Line
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Distance Driven After Refueling
The measurements stop and the measurement results
are displayed in the total line.
Displays automatically the distance driven after
refueling.
It is reset when the vehicle is refueled.
NOTE
NOTE
• If the amount of fuel added is less than approximately
2.6 gallons (10 litres), automatic reset will not be
performed. Press [Refuel] to reset.
Driving Time
Measures the time from when the ignition switch is
turned “ON” to when it is turned “OFF”.
It is reset when the ignition switch is turned from “OFF”
to “ON”.
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The measurement starts. At this time, the speed and
mileage are being measured, so they are not displayed.
3
• Touch [Start] to restart the measurements from
where they stopped.
• The measurements stop if the ignition switch is
turned “OFF” during measurement. If this happens,
the measurements restart when the ignition switch is
turned “ON”.
5
Touch [Lap]
Touch [Reset]
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The current measurement results are displayed in “A”.
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6
Touch [Yes]
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All the measurement results are reset.
NOTE
Information
• If the measured time exceeds 20 hours (19:59:59),
the measurement is reset automatically.
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Environment
The outside air temperature, altitude, and air
pressure can be viewed.
1 Press the [INFO] key, and touch
[Environment]
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NOTE
• The display graph displays the latest information in
5-minute units.
• The units can be changed from Fahrenheit to
Celsius, and from “ft” to “m”. Refer to “Unit” in
“System Settings” (page 10-5) .
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Maintenance
Setting the Maintenance Timing
Maintenance timing alerts can be set, such as
for the engine oil and oil filter change.
An item can be selected to set the maintenance
timing.
1 Press the [INFO] key, and touch
[Maintenance]
1 On the maintenance screen,
touch the item to be set
NOTE
• If [USER1], [USER2], or [USER3] has been selected
in Step 1, the item name can be entered by selecting
[Set Name].
• Touch [Default] to return to the factory settings.
• “Maintenance Fixed Date”is used to set the distance
from the performance of maintenance to the time of
the next maintenance.
• “Maintenance Distance” is used to set the number of
months from the performance of maintenance to the
time of the next maintenance.
3 Touch [ ] or [
maintenance date
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]to set the next
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The maintenance information screen of the selected
item is displayed.
NOTE
NOTE
• Items that have passed their maintenance timing or
maintenance distance are displayed in a different
color.
The “Maintenance Fixed Date” settings are completed.
2 Touch [Setup] in the “Maintenance
Fixed Date” settings
5 Touch [Setup] in “Maintenance
Distance”
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4
Touch [Set]
Information
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The maintenance list screen is displayed.
• “Date” displays the date on which the maintenance
was performed.
• “Changed at Odometer” displays the odometer value
at the time of maintenance.
• “Remaining Distance” displays the distance until the
next maintenance timing.
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6 Enter the numbers to set the next
maintenance distance
Update
Clear
Updating the maintenance information
Deleting the maintenance information
1 Touch [Update] for the item to be
updated in the maintenance screen
1 On the maintenance screen, touch
the item to delete the information
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NOTE
• Touch [Back Space] to delete one character at a
time.
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7
Touch [Set]
The “Maintenance Distance” settings are completed.
8
2
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2
Touch [Yes]
Touch [Clear]
Touch [Back]
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3
Touch [Yes]
The maintenance timing settings are completed.
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Air Conditioner
1) Blower speed indicator
Displayed in 9 levels.
The air conditioner status can be viewed.
2) Air direction/Outside air intake indicator
1 Press the [INFO] key, and touch
[Air Conditioner]
3) Auto mode indicator
Displayed when the AUTO mode is operating.
4) Rear window defogger indicatior
Displayed when the rear window defogger is
operating.
5) Air conditioner indicator
Displayed when the air conditioner is operating.
6) Front defroster indicator
Displayed when the windshield defogger is
operating.
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NOTE
6)
5)
4)
• When air conditioning operations are performed in the
navigation screen display, the display shown below
will appear.
3)
Information
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1)
2)
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• A short time after air conditioner operations have
been completed, the screen will return to the
navigation display.
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2
Mobile Phone
Only for cars equipped with hands-free Bluetooth
cellular phone interface system
Enter the telephone number
Receiving Phone Calls
®
1 When the incoming call screen is
displayed, press the [OFF HOOK] key
It is possible to make and receive phone calls.
For details, refer to the section titled “Features
and controls” in the vehicle owner’s manual.
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NOTE
Making Phone Calls
1 Press the [INFO] key, and touch
[Mobile Phone]
• Touch [Redial] to dial again the number previously
dialed.
• Touch [Clear] to delete one character at a time.
3
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Touch [Dial]
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Phone plate
The On phone screen is displayed.
NOTE
•
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will be displayed on the current location screen
when a “hands-free Bluetooth ® tcellular phone
interface system” is connected.
• Not displayed in “Turn List” or “Arrow Guide” mode,
or when an intersection information map is shown.
• Touch
to display the phone plate.
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About version updates
Other Info
System information and information about the
current location can be viewed.
Support Info
System information for this navigation
system can be viewed.
• To update the map data version, insert the DVD
containing the new map data. A screen for selecting
whether or not data should be automatically updated
will appear.
• Insert the version update key, and follow the
procedures on the screen.
• For the operating procedure, please refer to the
instruction manual included with the MAP Update
DVD (sold separately). (Contact an authorized
Mitsubishi Motors dealer for assistance.)
Vehicle Position
The name of the current location, latitude
and longitude, and the number of GPS
satellites being received can be viewed.
1 Press the [INFO] key, and touch
[Vehicle Position]
1 Press the [INFO] key, and touch
[Support Info]
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Information
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The vehicle screen is displayed.
NOTE
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The support info screen is displayed.
SW Version
The software version of the system
is displayed.
MAP Version
The map data version is displayed.
CDDB Version
The database version of the title
information is displayed.
• Touch [North-Up] to switch to displaying north at the
top of the map.
• Touch [Heading-Up] to switch to displaying the
vehicle direction at the top of the map.
• Touch [
], [ ], [
] and [ ] to view the sky maps
by rotating or changing the angle.
Other Info 9-13
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Vehicle Position Screen
e)
d)
c)
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a)
b)
a) GPS satellite position diagram
Shows the direction of vehicle travel and the
position of the GPS satellite receivers.
b) Longitude and latitude of current location
c) Number of receiving GPS satellites
d) GPS position measuring status
Shown when valid signals can be
received from 4 or more GPS satellites.
(The position is calculated in 3D: Latitude,
longitude, and altitude.)
Shown when valid signals are received
from only 3 or fewer GPS satellites. (The
position is calculated in 2D: Latitude and
longitude.)
No icon Valid signals cannot be received from
any GPS satellite and position cannot be
calculated.
e) Name of current location
Other Info 9-14
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Picture Control
Screen Size
Adjustments related to the picture quality.
Switches between Screen Size and other
displays for DVD image etc..
Setting
Adjusting the Screen
Adjustments related to the screen display.
1 Press the [SET] key, and touch
[Picture Control]
1 Press the [SET] key, and touch
[Screen Size]
Display Off
Turns OFF the monitor display.
1 Press the [SET] key, and touch
[Display Off]
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2 Touch [ - ] or [ + ] for “Brightness”,
“Contrast”, or “Black Level” to adjust
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2
Touch one of the following buttons
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The monitor display is turned OFF.
NOTE
• At this time, although the navigation voice guidance
will be switched off, the AV audio will remain on.
• To turn ON the display again, either touch the
screen, or press any key.
• “Brightness” can be adjusted with headlights ON and
OFF separately.
• If adjusting the
picture quality
while a DVD image
is displayed,
“Tint” and “Color
Intensity” can also
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be adjusted.
3
Touch [Back]
The picture quality adjustment is completed.
Settings
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NOTE
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[Normal]
Displays the screen in normal 4:3 aspect
ratio.
[Full]
Extends the display evenly both left and
right in wide mode.
[Wide]
Extends the left and right parts only of
the display while leaving the center as is
in wide mode.
[Zoom]
Magnifies the image displayed using 4:3
aspect ratio. (I.e., the top and bottom
are out of frame.)
3
Touch [Back]
Screen Size switching is completed.
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Sound Control
If Premium Sound System is connected
Adjusts the sound.
If Premium Sound System is not connected
1 Press the [SET] key, and touch
[Sound Control]
1 Press the [SET] key, and touch
[Sound Control]
Audio Control
1 Touch [Audio Control] in the
Sound Control menu screen
2 Touch each item to adjust the
sound
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NOTE
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2
• PUNCH LEVEL represents subwoofer gain.
• Touch [Speed Compensated Volume & EQ off] to
turn ON sound quality and volume adjustments
according to vehicle speed.
Touch each item to adjust the sound
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The sound control menu screen is displayed.
3
Touch [Back]
The sound adjustment is completed.
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NOTE
• Touch [Speed Compensated Volume &EQ off] to turn
ON sound quality and volume adjustments according
to vehicle speed.
3
Touch [Back]
The sound adjustment is completed.
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Music Type
Sound Field
The music type can be selected.
The Sound Field can be selected.
1 Touch [Music Type] in the Sound
Control menu screen
1 Touch [Sound Field] in the Sound
Control menu screen
2
Touch one of the music types
2
Touch one of the Sound Field
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Acoustic
characteristic
Description
NORMAL
Sounds good for all types of music.
POP
Tight bass and high frequency sound.
ROCK
COUNTRY
3
Sound field type
Description
NORMAL
Allows the listeners to enjoy an
image of a sound stage where music
is performed so that the instrumental
s o u n d s u r ro u n d s t h e m , w h i l e
keeping the vocal-ist in front.
STAGE
Places the image of a sound stage in
front of the driver with the vocalist in
the center (for driver only).
LIVE
Front seat occupants are surrounded by sound from front and
rear speakers.
HALL
Places the image of a sound stage
in front of the driver with the vocalist
in the center (for driver only). Sound
reflections are added to the rear
spekaers to simulate the experience
of being at a concert hall.Best with
classical or vocalist music.
Tuned for hard rock and heavy metal
with powerful drums, guitars, and
vocals.
Deep bass punch and well-defined
vocals.
Enhanced main vocals.
Touch [Back]
The sound adjustment is completed.
3
Settings
HIP-HOP
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Touch [Back]
The sound adjustment is completed.
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System Settings
The basic settings required by the navigation
function can be performed here.
1 Press the [SET] key, and touch
[System]
Time
Language
Changing the time zone.
1
Touch [Time]
2
Touch the desired zone
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Changing the language used by the
system.
4
Touch [Back]
Touch one of the languages
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3
Touch [Back]
Change to English.
[Français]
Change to French.
[Español]
Change to Spanish.
NOTE
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The time zone settings are completed, and the display
returns to the system options screen.
Touch [Back]
2
[English]
The system settings screen is displayed.
3
Touch [Language]
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3 Touch [On] or [Off] for “Daylight
Saving Time”
2 Touch each item to change the
setting
1
• When the meter is set to Auto, the language of both
sides can be changed by performing operations on
either the MMCS side or the meter side.
• When the meter is set to Manual, the language
of the meter side and the MMCS side can be set
separately.
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The setting change is completed.
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Unit
Changing the units of the distance display.
NOTE
• When the meter is set to Auto, the units of both
sides can be changed by performing operations on
either the MMCS side or the meter side.
• When the meter is set to Manual, the units of
the meter side and the MMCS side can be set
separately.
1
Touch [Unit]
2
Touch one of the units
Guidance Voice Volume
Other Settings
Settings related to the guidance.
1
Touch [Navi Voice / Others]
2 Touch each item to change the
setting
The guidance volume can be changed using eight
discrete levels.
[−]
The volume is decreased.
[+]
The volume is increased.
Speed Compensated Volume
Guidance voice volume is increased linked to speed.
[page 1/3]
[ON]
Linked to speed
[OFF]
Not linked to speed (Volume is constant.)
Guidance Voice
Changing the settings for the guidance voice.
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[Female]
Guidance in a female voice.
[Male]
Guidance in a male voice.
[page 2/3]
Beep Sound Volume
3
Touch [Back]
Settings
The operations volume can be set at four discrete
levels. [0] is mute.
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[page 3/3]
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3
Touch [Back]
The setting change is completed.
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Keyboard Layout
Sensor Calibration
Changing the layout of the keyboard.
The level of the vehicle speed sensor and gyro sensor
can be checked and the learning levels can be reset.
[Alphabet]
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[PC]
NOTE
• When tires are replaced, etc., delete the data by
touching [Clear].
The learning levels can be reset.
A/C Cut in
Setting whether or not to use an interrupt display
during air conditioning operations.
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Color Scheme
[On]
[Off]
Interrupt is displayed.
Interrupt is not displayed.
Set the color scheme for the menu screen, etc.
[Red]
The menu is displayed using a red color
scheme.
[Blue]
The menu is displayed using a blue
color scheme.
A/V Icons on Map
It is possible to set whether or not to display on screen
icons displaying the audio status.
[On]
Display.
[Off]
Do not display.
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4
Equipment
Wipers
Touch the condition
•
•
•
•
Set the vehicle equipment.
1 P r e s s t h e [ S E T ] k e y, t o u c h
[Equipment]
Windshield Wipers Intermittent Operation
Wipers Linked to Washer
Rear Wiper Intermittent Interval
Rear Wiper Continuous Operation
Exterior Lights/Interior Lights
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5
Touch [Back]
The equipment settings are completed.
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Equipment Items that Can Be Set
The equipment screen is displayed.
2 Touch the name of the equipment
group
Refer to the section titled “Features and
Controls” in the vehicle owner’s manual for
details on setting these items.
• Headlight Auto-cutout Function
• Interior Light Auto-cutout Time
• Duration Dome Light Remains On after Door is
Closed
Theft Alarm
• Panic Alarm
Turn Signal
• Operation in Key Position
• Lane-change Signals (Flash Three Times with 1
Touch)
Keyless Entry System
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3
Power Door Locks
• Automatic Relocking after Unlocked by Remote
• Unlock Operation
• Automatic Unlock when Transmission Shifted to Park
Settings
• Turn Signal Lights Answerback
• Horn Answerback Sounds at Keyless Entry Lock
• Duration of Horn Answerback Sounds
F.A.S.T.*-key (Keyless Operation System)
Touch the item name
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*:Free-hand Advanced Security Transmitter
Others
•
•
•
•
•
•
• Auto Cut of ACC Power
Turn Signal Lights Answerback
Horn Answerback Sounds at keyless Entry Lock
Duration of Horn Answerback Sounds
Door Entry and Engine Start Function
Keyless Operation Answerback Beep Sounds
Time for Remote Unlock Inactivated after Locking
NOTE
• Either “Keyless Entry System” or “Keyless Operation
System” will be displayed, depending on the equipment.
Equipment 10-7
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Returning the Equipment Settings to Default
Return the settings to default to return to
the factory settings.
1 Display the Equipment screen,
and touch [Reset all]
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2
Touch [Yes]
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Returning the equipment settings to default is
completed.
Equipment 10-8
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Navi Screen Options
Settings related to the display.
1 Display the Navi Menu, and touch
[Navigation Settings]
3 Touch each item to change the
setting
4
One/Two Maps
Changing between the one map screen
and two maps screen.
Touch [Back]
[One Map]
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The setting change is completed.
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2
NOTE
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[Two Maps]
• Touch [Default] to return to the factory settings.
Touch [Screen]
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Settings
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The screen options screen is displayed.
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Points of Interest (POI) Icons on Map
Setting whether or not to display the POI
icons on the map.
Individual settings for whether or not to
display can also be made for each POI.
[Show All]
Displays all icons on the map.
[Hide All]
Hides all icons from the map.
[Select]
Only the icons selected in advance are
shown on the map.
Select Icons
POI Icons
Setting specific POI icons to be displayed on the map.
The 43 POI icon types are shown below.
POI Icons are color coded based on their category
type.
1
Touch [Select]
2
Touch [
] of “POI Icons on Map”
3 Touch a checkbox to select a POI
to display
A
B
C
D
E
(Green)
(Dark Blue)
(Brown)
(Orange)
(Blue)
Shopping, Money & Business
Car & Travel
Public Places & Emergency
Restaurant
Recreation & Attraction
Icons/Name
AIRPORT
Category
B
AMUSEMENT PARK
E
ATM
A
AUTOMOBILE CLUB
B
NOTE
BANK
A
•
is displayed,
is not displayed.
• The screen changes between
and
each time
it is touched.
• Touch [Default] to return to the factory settings.
• For facilities displayed as
, detailed settings can
be performed.
BUS STATION
B
CAR RENTAL
B
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4
Touch [Back]
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The display returns to the Screen Options screen, and
the setting of specific POI icons to be displayed on the
map is completed.
CASINO
E
CITY CENTER
C
CITY HALL
C
CIVIC / COMMUNITY CENTER
C
COMMUTER RAIL STATION
B
CONVENTION / EXHIBITION
CENTER
C
COURT HOUSE
C
FERRY TERMINAL
B
GAS STATION
B
GOLF COURSE
E
GROCERY STORE
A
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Icons/Name
Map Color
Category
Current Street Name
HISTORICAL MONUMENT
E
HOSPITAL
C
HOTEL
B
1
Touch [Change]
LIBRARY
C
2
Touch the color for each item
MAJOR COMPANIES
A
Setting the menu and map colors.
Set whether or not to display on the
current location screen the name of the
street currently being driven on.
[On]
Display.
[Off]
Do not display.
MARINA
E
MITSUBISHI MOTORS
C
Address Book Name
MUSEUM
E
PARK & RIDE
B
Set whether or not to display on the map
the name of the stored location.
PARKING
B
POLICE STATION
C
E
REST AREA
B
RESTAURANT
D
SCHOOL
C
SHOPPING CENTER
A
SKI RESORT
E
SPORTS COMPLEX
E
THEATER / OPERA
E
TOLL BOOTH
B
TOURIST ATTRACTION
E
TOURIST INFORMATION
B
TRAIN STATION
B
UNIVERSITY / COLLEGE
C
WINERY
E
3
Touch [Back]
[On]
Display.
[Off]
Do not display.
Returns to the Screen Options screen.
Vehicle Tracking
Set whether or not to display vehicle
tracking by marking the driven road on the
map, or whether to delete vehicle tracking
that already exists.
[On]
Displays the vehicle tracking on the
map.
[Off]
Hides the vehicle tracking from the map.
[Clear]
Deletes vehicle tracking that already
exists.
Settings
RECREATION AREA
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Route Options
Setting the route search conditions.
1 Display the Navi Menu, and touch
[Navigation Settings]
3 Touch each item to change the
setting
Route Priority
Setting the route search priority.
4
Touch [Back]
[Fast]
Searches for a short route in terms of
time (arriving quickly at the destination),
using freeways and major roads.
[Short]
Searches for the route on the map with
the shortest distance.
[Easy]
Search for a route that is easy to drive,
with few left or right turns (in particular
left turns).
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The setting change is completed.
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2
NOTE
Minimize Freeways
• Touch [Default] to return to the factory settings.
Touch [Route]
Setting the conditions for using freeways.
[Yes]
Calculates a route that uses freeways as
little as possible.
[No]
Calculates a route that uses freeways.
Minimize Toll Roads
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Setting the conditions for using toll roads.
[Yes]
Calculates a route that uses toll roads
as little as possible.
[No]
Calculates a route that uses toll roads.
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The route options screen is displayed.
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Minimize Ferries
Setting the conditions for using ferries.
[Yes]
Calculates a route that uses ferries as
little as possible.
[No]
Calculates a route that uses ferries.
Avoid Selected Areas
Setting whether or not to use the set avoid
areas (page 10-16) .
[Yes]
Calculates a route that avoids selected
areas.
[No]
Calculates a route that uses the avoid
areas.
Avoid Time Restricted Roads
[Yes]
Takes time restricted roads into account
when calculating a route.
[No]
Does not take time restricted roads into
account when calculating a route.
Settings
Setting whether or not to take time
restrictions into account when performing
the search.
Route Options 10-13
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Guidance
Setting the route guidance, and the display for
the route search results.
3 Touch each item to change the
setting
Guidance Mode
Setting the guidance mode.
4
Touch [Back]
1
1 Display the Navi Menu, and touch
[Navigation Settings]
Touch [Change]
The guidance mode setting screen is displayed.
2
Touch one of the modes
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The setting change is completed.
NOTE
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2
• Touch [Default] to return to the factory settings.
Touch [Guidance]
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Refer to “Intersection Guidance” (page 2-10) for details
on each mode.
3
Touch [Back]
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The guidance screen is displayed.
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Travel Time
Setting the display method for the travel
time at the destination.
[Arrival Time]
The arrival time is displayed.
[Remaining Driving
Time]
The remaining time required
to drive to the destination is
displayed.
Time/Distance remaining
Setting whether to display the travel time
and direction (direction icon) of both the
destination and the way point.
Displays the time and direction
to the destination.
[Next Dest.]
Displays the time and
direction to the next location
to be reached (way point or
destination).
[Off]
Does not display the travel
time. The direction icon
displays the direction to the
destination.
Changing the list orientation.
[Down]
The list is displayed with the current
location at the top.
[Up]
The list is displayed with the destination
at the top.
NOTE
Changes to the list orientation apply to the following
screens.
• Turn List Screen (page 2-10)
• FWY Area List Screen (page 3-11)
• Route Outline Screen (page 4-2)
• Avoid Street Screen (page 4-3)
Settings
[Destination]
List Orientation
POI Icons on Guidance Map
Setting whether or not to display POI
icons on the intersection guidance map.
[On]
Displays POI icons.
[Off]
Does not display POI icons.
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Personal Settings
Individual user settings such as the address
book, home location, and avoid areas can be
stored and edited.
1 Display the Navi Menu, and touch
[Navigation Setting]
Address Book
Avoid Areas
If frequently visited locations are stored in
advance in the address book, the route to
the stored location can be calculated. The
locations can be stored or edited in the
address book. A maximum of 99 items
can be stored.
Areas to be avoided in a route search can
be stored and edited. A maximum of 5
items can be stored.
[New]
A new location can be stored. Touch
[New], and then use the same
operations as “Storing a New Location”
(page 5-1)
[Edit]
Editing information about a stored
location. >>> “Editing a Location” (page
5-4)
[Delete]
Deleting a stored location.
>>> “Deleting” (page 5-5)
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2
Touch [Personal]
Registering
Storing a new avoid area.
1
Touch [New]
2
Touch one of the [Empty] displays
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Home Location
Storing the home location and editing the
information.
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The personal settings screen is displayed.
[New]
Storing the home location. When a
home location has already been stored,
a new one cannot be stored until the old
location is deleted with [Delete].
>>> “When Storing Your Home” (page
5-2)
[Edit]
Editing the home information. The
operations are the same as from step 3
of “Editing” (page 5-4)
[Delete]
Deleting the home location. The
operations are the same as from step 4
of “Deleting” (page 5-5)
3 Touch [Near Current Area] or [Jump
to Other Area]
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NOTE
• When touching [Jump to Other Area], refer to
“Destination” (page 3-1) to search for the location of
the avoid area.
3 Touch each item to change the
setting
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4
5
Touch [Set Area]
Touch the “Name” button
Editing
Editing an avoid area that has already been stored.
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Touch [Edit]
2
Touch the avoid area to edit
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NOTE
6
Input the name of the avoid area
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NOTE
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>>> “How to Enter Text” (page 2-13)
7
Touch [Set]
8
Touch [Set]
• Touch [Active] to activate the setting for the avoid
area.
• Touch [Inactive] to deactivate the setting for the
avoid area.
3
Touch one of the items to edit
Settings
• S c ro l l u s i n g t h e
joystick to change
the position from
the displayed
location to a
different location.
After the change
has been completed, press the [ENT] key.
• To u c h [ A d j u s t
Size] to widen or
shrink the range
of the avoid area.
Complete by
touching [Set Area]
after the change.
1
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NOTE
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The storing of the avoid area is completed.
• Touch [Adjust] to change the position or change the
range in the same way as step 4 of “Registering”
(page 10-16) .
• Touch the “Name” button to change the name of the
avoid area in the same way as step 5 of “Registering”
(page 10-17) .
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4
5
NOTE
Touch [Set]
Touch [Set]
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• The avoid areas targeted for deletion are displayed
with a highlight.Touch a location again to remove it
from the deletion list.
• Multiple locations can be selected at the same time.
• Touch [Select All] to delete all avoid areas at the
same time.
• To u c h [ I n f o ] t o
display the map
of the avoid area
vicinity.
The editing of the avoid area is completed.
My Categories
Frequently used POI categories can be
stored in “My Categories”.
A maximum of six category items can be
stored in “My Categories”.
1
Touch [Edit]
A list is displayed of all categories.
The remaining operations are the same as from “Editing
My Categories” (page 3-6) .
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Deleting
3
Deleting a stored avoid area.
1
Touch [Delete]
2
Touch the avoid area to delete
Touch [Done]
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4
Touch [Yes]
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The deletion of the selected avoid areas is completed.
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3
Delete Previous 20
Navi Voice / Others
Touch [Done]
Destinations from the previous 20 set
destinations can be selected and deleted.
1
1 Display the Navi Menu, and touch
[Navigation Setting]
Touch [Select]
The delete previous 20 screen is displayed.
2
Touch the location to delete
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4
Touch [Yes]
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2
Touch [Navii Voice / Others]
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NOTE
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The deletion of the selected locations is completed.
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Settings
• The locations targeted for deletion are displayed with
a highlight.Touch a location again to remove it from
the deletion target.
• Multiple locations can be selected at the same time.
• Touch [Select All] to delete all locations at the same
time.
• To u c h [ I n f o ] t o
display a map of
the vicinity and
corresponding
information.
>>>“Other Settings” (Page 10-5)
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