English
DIGITAL MEDIA RECEIVER
MVH-S109UI
Owner’s Manual
Table of Contents
Before You Start
Before You Start ......................................................................... 2
Getting Started .......................................................................... 3
Radio ............................................................................................ 6
USB/iPod/AUX ............................................................................ 7
App Mode.................................................................................... 9
Using Pioneer ARC APP............................................................. 9
Settings...................................................................................... 10
FUNCTION settings ...............................................................
AUDIO settings.......................................................................
SYSTEM settings ....................................................................
ILLUMINATION settings ........................................................
MIXTRAX settings ..................................................................
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11
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Thank you for purchasing this PIONEER product
To ensure proper use, please read through this manual before using this product. It is
especially important that you read and observe WARNINGs and CAUTIONs in this manual.
Please keep the manual in a safe and accessible place for future reference.
WARNING
• Do not attempt to install or service this product by yourself. Installation or servicing
of this product by persons without training and experience in electronic equipment
and automotive accessories may be dangerous and could expose you to the risk of
electric shock, injury or other hazards.
• Do not attempt to operate the unit while driving. Make sure to pull off the road and park
your vehicle in a safe location before attempting to use the controls on the device.
CAUTION
• Do not allow this unit to come into contact with moisture and/or liquids. Electrical shock
could result. Also, damage to this unit, smoke, and overheating could result from contact
with liquids.
• Always keep the volume low enough to hear outside sounds.
• This product is evaluated in moderate and tropical climate condition under the Audio,
video and similar electronic apparatus - Safety requirements, IEC 60065.
Connections/Installation........................................................ 13
If you experience problems
Additional Information........................................................... 16
Should this unit fail to work properly, please contact your dealer or nearest authorized
PIONEER Service Station.
About this manual:
• In the following instructions, a USB memory or USB audio player are referred
to as “USB device”.
• In this manual, iPod and iPhone are referred to as “iPod”.
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Frequently used operations
Getting Started
Operation
Basic operation
Head Unit
Remote Control
Turn on the power*
Press SRC/OFF to turn
on the power.
Press and hold SRC/OFF
to turn off the power.
Press SRC to turn on the
power.
Press and hold SRC to
turn off the power.
Adjust the volume
Turn the M.C. dial.
Press MUTE to mute the
unit. Press MUTE again
or turn the M.C. dial to
unmute.
Press VOLUME + or –.
Press MUTE to mute the
unit. Press MUTE again
or press VOLUME + or –
to unmute.
Select a source
Press SRC/OFF
repeatedly.
Press SRC repeatedly.
Change the display
information
Press DISP/DISP OFF
repeatedly.
Press and hold DISP/
DISP OFF to turn off the
display information.
Press DISP repeatedly.
Return to the previous
display/list
Press BAND/
Press / to select the
next/previous folder.
Return to the normal
display from the menu
Press and hold BAND/
.
MVH-S109UI
M.C. (multi-control) dial
MUTE
SRC (source)/OFF
USB port
Display window
Detach button
BAND/
DISP (display)/DISP OFF
AUX input jack (3.5 mm stereo jack)
Remote Control
/
FUNCTION
SRC (source)
VOLUME +/–
MUTE
AUDIO
DISP (display)
.
–
* When this unit’s blue/white lead is connected to the vehicle’s auto-antenna relay control
terminal, the vehicle’s antenna extends when this unit’s source is turned on. To retract the
antenna, turn the source off.
Display indication
Indication
Description
Appears when a lower tier of the menu or folder exists.
Appears when the
button is pressed.
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Purpose
Indication
Description
How to replace the battery
Appears when the local seek tuning function is set (page 10).
Appears when a traffic program is received.
Appears when the TA (traffic announcements) function is set
(page 11).
Appears when the sound retriever function is set (page 11).
Appears when the iPod control function is set (page 8).
Detaching the front panel
Insert the CR2025 (3 V) battery with the plus (+) and
minus (–) poles orientated properly.
Detach the front panel to prevent theft. Remove any cables and devices
attached to the front panel and turn off the unit before detaching it.
Detach
Attach
Important
• Avoid subjecting the front panel to excessive shock.
• Keep the front panel out of direct sunlight and high temperatures.
• Always store the detached front panel in a protective case or bag.
Preparing the remote control
Remove the insulation sheet before use.
WARNING
• Do not ingest the battery, Chemical Burn Hazard.
(The remote control supplied with) This product contains a coin/button cell battery. If the
coin/button cell battery is swallowed, it can cause severe internal burns in just 2 hours and
can lead to death.
Keep new and used batteries away from children.
If the battery compartment does not close securely, stop using the product and keep it
away from children.
If you think batteries might have been swallowed or placed inside any part of the body,
seek immediate medical attention.
• Do not expose the battery or remote control to excessive heat such as direct sunlight or
fire.
CAUTION
• There is a potential danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced. When
replacing the battery, replace it with the same type.
• Do not handle or store the battery with metallic tools or objects.
• If the battery leaks, remove the battery and wipe the remote control completely clean.
Then install a new battery.
• When disposing of used batteries, please comply with governmental regulations or
environmental public institutions’ rules that apply in your country/area.
Important
• Do not store the remote control in high temperatures or direct sunlight.
• Do not let the remote control fall onto the floor, where it may become jammed under the
brake or accelerator pedal.
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Setup menu
1
2
Press the M.C. dial.
The setup menu disappears after 30 seconds of no operation. If you prefer
not to set at this time, turn the M.C. dial to select [NO], then press to
confirm.
Turn the M.C. dial to select the options, then press to confirm.
To proceed to the next menu option, you need to confirm your selection.
Menu Item
Description
CLOCK SET
Set the clock.
FM STEP
Select the FM tuning step from 100 kHz or 50 kHz.
[100], [50]
AM STEP
Select the AM tuning step from 10 kHz or 9 kHz.
[10], [9]
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4
Turn the M.C. dial to select [SYSTEM], then press to confirm.
Turn the M.C. dial to select [DEMO OFF], then press to confirm.
Turn the M.C. dial to select [YES], then press to confirm.
INITIAL settings
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2
3
4
Press and hold SRC/OFF until the unit turns off.
Press the M.C. dial to display the main menu.
Turn the M.C. dial to select [INITIAL], then press to confirm.
Turn the M.C. dial to select an option, then press to confirm.
Menu Item
Description
FM STEP
Select the FM tuning step from 100 kHz or 50 kHz.
[100], [50]
AM STEP
Select the AM tuning step from 10 kHz or 9 kHz.
[10], [9]
[QUIT :YES] appears when all the settings have been made.
To return to the first item of the setup menu, turn the M.C. dial to select
[QUIT :NO], then press to confirm.
Press the M.C. dial to confirm the settings.
SP-P/O MODE
[REAR/SUB.W]
• You can cancel the menu setting by pressing SRC/OFF.
• These settings can be made at any time from the SYSTEM settings (page 12) and INITIAL
settings (page 5).
Canceling the demonstration display (DEMO
OFF)
Select when there is a full-range speaker connected to
the rear speaker output leads and there is a subwoofer
connected to the RCA output.
[SUB.W/SUB.W]
Select when there is a passive subwoofer connected
directly to the rear speaker output leads and there is a
subwoofer connected to the RCA output.
[REAR/REAR]
Select when there are full-range speakers connected to
the rear speaker output leads and RCA output. If there is
a full-range speaker connected to the rear speaker
output leads, and the RCA output is not used, you may
select either [REAR/SUB.W] or [REAR/REAR].
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When you turn the ignition switch to ON after installation, [SET UP :YES]
appears in the display.
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3
4
Press the M.C. dial to display the main menu.
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Menu Item
Description
S/W UPDATE
Select to confirm the latest system information on the
unit.
[SYSTEM INFO]
[SYSTEM
UPDATE]
SYSTEM RESET
[YES], [NO]
To seek a station manually
1 After selecting the band, press
/
to select a station.
Press and hold
/
then release to seek an available station.
Scanning stops when the unit receives a station. To cancel seek tuning,
press
/
.
Select to update the unit to the latest software and
initialize the unit settings. For details on the latest
software and updating, visit our website.
Select [YES] to initialize the unit settings. The unit will be
restarted automatically.
(Some of the settings may be retained even after
resetting the unit.)
NOTE
[SEEK] needs to be set to [MAN] in the FUNCTION settings (page 11).
To store stations manually
1 While receiving the station you want to store, press and hold one of the
number buttons (1/
Radio
to 6/
) until it stops flashing.
Using PTY functions
Receiving preset stations
1
2
3
The unit searches for a station by PTY (program type) information.
1
2
Press SRC/OFF to select [RADIO].
Press BAND/
to select the band from [FM1], [FM2], [FM3] or [AM].
Press a number button (1/
to 6/
).
3
TIP
The
/
buttons can be also used to select a preset station when [SEEK] is set to
[PCH] in the FUNCTION settings (page 11).
Press
during FM reception.
Turn the M.C. dial to select a program type from [NEWS/INFO],
[POPULAR], [CLASSICS] or [OTHERS].
Press the M.C. dial.
The unit begins to search for a station. When it is found, its program service
name is displayed.
NOTES
Best stations memory (BSM)
The six strongest stations are stored on the number buttons (1/
1
2
3
to 6/
).
After selecting the band, press the M.C. dial to display the main menu.
Turn the M.C. dial to select [FUNCTION], then press to confirm.
Turn the M.C. dial to select [BSM], then press to confirm.
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• To cancel the search, press the M.C. dial.
• The program of some stations may differ from that indicated by the transmitted PTY.
• If no station is broadcasting the type of program you searched for, [NOT FOUND] is
displayed for about two seconds and then the tuner returns to the original station.
USB/iPod/AUX
USB devices (including Android™)/iPod
1 Open the USB port cover.
2 Plug in the USB device/iPod using an appropriate cable.
If [AUX] is set to [OFF] in the SYSTEM settings, [AUX] cannot be selected as a source
(page 12).
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Playing back
Disconnect headphones from the device before connecting it to the unit.
NOTE
Operations
You can make various adjustments in the FUNCTION settings (page 10).
Note that the following operations do not work for an AUX device. To operate
an AUX device, use the device itself.
Purpose
Operation
Select a folder/album*1
Press 1/
or 2/
NOTE
Select a track/song (chapter)
Press
or
To automatically switch to [USB] source when a USB device/iPod is connected to the unit,
set [USB AUTO] to [ON] in the SYSTEM settings (page 12).
Fast forward or reverse*2
Press and hold
Search for a file from a list
1 Press
to display the list.
2 Turn the M.C. dial to select the
desired file (folder) name or
category, then press to confirm.
3 Turn the M.C. dial to select the
desired file, then press to confirm.
Playback starts.
View a list of the files in the selected
folder/category*1
Press the M.C. dial when a folder/
category is selected.
Play a song in the selected folder/
category*1
Press and hold the M.C. dial when a
folder/category is selected.
CAUTION
Use an optional Pioneer USB cable (CD-U50E) to connect the USB device as any device
connected directly to the unit will protrude out from the unit, which could be dangerous.
Before removing the device, stop playback.
AOA connections
For details on AOA connection, see page 9.
MTP connection
A device installed with Android OS 4.0 or later can be connected to the unit via MTP, using
the cable supplied with the device. However, depending on the connected device and the
numbers of the files in the device, audio files/songs may not be able to be played back via
MTP. Note that MTP connection is not compatible with WAV file formats, and cannot be
used with the MIXTRAX function.
.
.
or
.
NOTE
If you use an MTP connection, [ANDROID WIRED] needs to be set to [MEMORY] in the
SYSTEM settings (page 12).
AUX
1 Insert the stereo mini plug into the AUX input jack.
2 Press SRC/OFF to select [AUX] as the source.
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The selected song/album will be played after the currently playing song.
Purpose
Operation
Alphabetical search (iPod only)
1 Press
to display the list.
2 Turn the M.C. dial to select the
desired category list, then press
to enter the alphabetical search
mode.
(Turning the M.C. dial twice also
enters the alphabetical search
mode.)
3 Turn the M.C. dial to select a letter,
then press to display the
alphabetical list.
To cancel alphabetical search, press
BAND/
.
Repeat play
Press 6/
.
Random/shuffle play
Press 5/
.
Shuffle all play (iPod only)
Press and hold 5/
Pause/resume playback
Press 4/PAUSE.
Return to root folder (USB only)*1
Press and hold
Change drives in USB device
(Devices that support the USB mass
storage device class protocol only)
Press BAND/
.
.
.
*1 Compressed audio files only
*2 When you use the fast forward or reverse function while playing a VBR file, the playback
time may be not correct.
Useful functions for iPod
NOTE
The selected song/album may be canceled if you use functions other than those from the
link play mode (e.g. fast forward and reverse).
iPod control
You can control the unit via a connected iPod.
The following iPod models are not compatible with this function.
– iPod nano 1st generation, iPod with video
1 Press BAND/
during playback, then select the control mode.
[CONTROL iPod]: The unit’s iPod function can be operated from the
connected iPod.
[CONTROL AUDIO]: The unit’s iPod function can only be operated by the
buttons on the unit or supplied remote control. In this mode, the connected
iPod cannot be turned on or off.
NOTES
• Switching the control mode to [CONTROL iPod] pauses song playback. Use the connected
iPod to resume playback.
• The following operations are still accessible from the unit, even if the control mode is set
to [CONTROL iPod].
– Pause, fast forward/reverse, song/chapter selection
• The volume can only be adjusted from the unit.
About MIXTRAX (USB/iPod only)
The MIXTRAX function creates a non-stop mix of your music library. For details
on MIXTRAX settings, see page 13.
NOTES
Link play mode
You can access songs based on the artist, album, or genre currently playing.
1 While listening to a song, press and hold to enter the link play mode.
2 Turn the M.C. dial to select the mode ([ARTIST], [ALBUM], [GENRE]), then
press to confirm.
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• This function is not compatible with an Android device connected via MTP.
• When USB is selected as a source and the MIXTRAX function is in use, the sound retriever
function is disabled.
• Depending on the file/song, sound effects may not be available.
1
Press 3/MIX to turn MIXTRAX on/off.
App Mode
Operation
Select a track
Press
Fast forward or reverse
Press and hold
Pause/resume playback
Press BAND/
or
.
or
.
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You can enjoy listening to an application on an iPhone via the unit. In some
cases, you can control an application by using the unit.
For details on compatible devices, visit our website.
Purpose
.
Important
Use of third party apps may involve or require the provision of personally identifiable
information, whether through the creation of a user account or otherwise, and for certain
applications, the provision of geolocation data.
ALL THIRD PARTY APPS ARE THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PROVIDERS, INCLUDING
WITHOUT LIMITATION COLLECTION AND SECURITY OF USER DATA AND PRIVACY
PRACTICES. BY ACCESSING THIRD PARTY APPS, YOU AGREE TO REVIEW THE TERMS OF
SERVICE AND PRIVACY POLICIES OF THE PROVIDERS. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE WITH THE
TERMS OR POLICIES OF ANY PROVIDER OR DO NOT CONSENT TO THE USE OF
GEOLOCATION DATA WHERE APPLICABLE, DO NOT USE THAT THIRD PARTY APP.
Using Pioneer ARC APP
You can operate the unit from Pioneer ARC APP installed on an iPhone/
Android device. In some cases, you can control aspects of the application, such
as source selection, pause, etc., by using the unit.
For details on what operations are available on the application, see the
application’s help section.
For iPhone users
This function is compatible with iPhones and iPod touches installed with iOS 5.0 or later.
NOTE
PIONEER IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY THIRD PARTY APPS OR CONTENT, INCLUDING WITHOUT
LIMITATION THEIR ACCURACY OR COMPLETENESS. THE CONTENT AND FUNCTIONALITY OF
SUCH APPS ARE THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE APP PROVIDER.
Playback of an application via the unit
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2
3
WARNING
Do not attempt to operate the application while driving. Make sure to pull off the road and
park your vehicle in a safe location before attempting to use the controls on the application.
For iPhone users
This function is compatible with iPhones (iPhone 5 or later) and iPod touches
installed with iOS 8.0 or later.
You can download Pioneer ARC APP on iTunes App Store.
Connect this unit with the mobile device.
• iPhone via USB (page 7)
For Android device users
This function is compatible with devices that have Android OS 4.1 or later
installed and also support AOA (Android Open Accessory) 2.0.
You can download Pioneer ARC APP on Google Play™.
Press SRC/OFF to select [APP].
NOTE
Operate the mobile device to start up the application.
Some Android devices connected via AOA 2.0 may not work properly or emit sounds due to
their own software design, regardless of the OS version.
Basic operations
You can make various adjustments in the FUNCTION settings (page 10).
Making a connection with Pioneer ARC APP
1
Connect this unit with the mobile device.
• iPhone/Android device via USB (page 7)
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Proceed to step 6 if you select the USB connection for iPhone.
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Settings
Press the M.C. dial to display the main menu.
You can adjust various settings in the main menu.
Turn the M.C. dial to select [SYSTEM], then press to confirm.
Turn the M.C. dial to select [ANDROID WIRED], then press to confirm.
Turn the M.C. dial to select [APP CONTROL] for an Android device
connected via USB.
If [ON] is selected in [P.APP AUTO ON] (page 12), Pioneer ARC APP on the
Android device starts automatically, and all the steps are finished.
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2
NOTE
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7
If Pioneer ARC APP has not been installed on your Android device yet, a message that
prompts you to install the application will appear on your Android device. Select [OFF]
in [P.APP AUTO ON] to clear the message (page 12).
Turn the M.C. dial to select one of the categories below, then press to
confirm.
• FUNCTION settings (page 10)
• AUDIO settings (page 11)
• SYSTEM settings (page 12)
• ILLUMINATION settings (page 13)
• MIXTRAX settings (page 13)
Turn the M.C. dial to select the options, then press to confirm.
Press SRC/OFF to select any source.
FUNCTION settings
Launch Pioneer ARC APP on the mobile device.
The menu items vary according to the source.
NOTE
You can also launch the application by pressing and holding the M.C. dial for iPhone.
Menu Item
Store the six strongest stations on the
number buttons (1/
to 6/
)
automatically.
Press SRC/OFF to select [ANDROID].
REGIONAL
Basic operations
[ON], [OFF]
Purpose
Operation
Select a track
Press
Fast forward or reverse
Press and hold
Pause/resume playback
Press 4/PAUSE.
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Description
BSM
Listening to music on Android
1
3
Press the M.C. dial to display the main menu.
or
.
or
.
Limit the reception to the specific regional
programs when AF (alternative frequencies
search) is selected. (Available only when
FM band is selected.)
LOCAL
FM: [OFF], [LV1], [LV2], [LV3],
[LV4]
AM: [OFF], [LV1], [LV2]
Restrict the tuning station according to the
signal strength.
Menu Item
Description
TA
Menu Item
Description
PAUSE
Receive current traffic information if
available. (Available only when FM band is
selected.)
[ON], [OFF]
Allow the unit to retune to a different
frequency providing the same station.
(Available only when FM band is selected.)
AF
Pause or resume playback.
AUDIO settings
Menu Item
Description
FADER*1
Adjust the front and rear speaker balance.
NEWS
[ON], [OFF]
Interrupt the currently selected source with
news programs. (Available only when FM
band is selected.)
ALARM
[ON], [OFF]
Interrupt the currently selected source with
emergency announcements. Select [OFF]
to disable this function.
SEEK
[MAN], [PCH]
S.RTRV
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[ON], [OFF]
USB
Assign
or
buttons to seek the
stations one by one (manual tuning) or
select a station from the preset channels.
iPod
[1] (effective for low
compression rates),
[2] (effective for high
compression rates),
[OFF]
AUDIO BOOK
Enhance compressed audio and restore
rich sound. (Not available when USB is
selected as a source and the MIXTRAX
function is set to on.)
BALANCE
Adjust the left and right speaker balance.
EQ SETTING
[SUPER BASS], [POWERFUL],
[TODOROKI], [VOCAL],
[CUSTOM1], [CUSTOM2],
[FLAT]
Select an equalizer band and
level for further customizing.
Equalizer band: [80HZ],
[250HZ], [800HZ], [2.5KHZ],
[8KHZ]
Equalizer level: [+6] to [–6]
Select or customize the equalizer curve.
[CUSTOM1] can be set separately for each
source. However, each of the below
combinations are set to the same setting
automatically.
• USB, iPod, ANDROID, and APP (iPhone)
[CUSTOM2] is a shared setting used for all
sources.
LOUDNESS
[OFF], [LOW], [MID], [HI]
Compensate for clear sound at low volume.
SUB.W*2
[NOR], [REV], [OFF]
Select the subwoofer phase.
iPod
[FASTER], [NORMAL],
[SLOWER]
Change the playback speed. (Not available
when [CONTROL iPod] is selected in the
control mode.)
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Menu Item
Description
SUB.W CTRL*2*3
Cut-off frequency: [50HZ],
[63HZ], [80HZ], [100HZ],
[125HZ], [160HZ], [200HZ]
Output level: [–24] to [+6]
Slope level: [–12], [–24]
Only frequencies lower than those in the
selected range are output from the
subwoofer.
Select the bass boost level.
[12H], [24H]
Cut-off frequency: [OFF],
[50HZ], [63HZ], [80HZ],
[100HZ], [125HZ], [160HZ],
[200HZ]
Slope level: [–12], [–24]
Only frequencies higher than the high-pass
filter (HPF) cutoff are output from the
speakers.
[+4] to [–4]
Adjust the volume level for each source
except FM.
Each of the below combinations are set to
the same setting automatically.
• USB, iPod, ANDROID, and APP (iPhone)
[ON], [OFF]
Search for a different station with the same
programming, even if using a preset
station.
AUX
[ON], [OFF]
Set to [ON] when using an auxiliary device
connected to the unit.
ANDROID WIRED
[MEMORY], [APP CONTROL]
Select the appropriate connection method
for an Android device.
P.APP AUTO ON
[ON], [OFF]
SLA
*1 Not available when [SUB.W/SUB.W] is selected in [SP-P/O MODE] in the INITIAL settings
(page 5).
*2 Not available when [REAR/REAR] is selected in [SP-P/O MODE] in the INITIAL settings
(page 5).
*3 Not available when [OFF] is selected in [SUB.W].
SYSTEM settings
You can also access to these menus when the unit is turned off.
Description
CLOCK SET
Set the clock (page 5).
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Select the time notation.
AUTO PI
HPF SETTING
Menu Item
Description
12H/24H
BASS BOOST
[0] to [+6]
Menu Item
Select [ON] to automatically launch Pioneer
ARC APP when an Android device is
connected to the unit via AOA. (Not available
when [MEMORY] is selected in [ANDROID
WIRED].)
S.REMOTE*1*2
[OFF], [PIONEER], [PRESET]
Select [PIONEER] or [PRESET] according to
your wired remote control.
USB AUTO
[ON], [OFF]
Select [ON] to automatically switch to
[USB] source when a USB device/iPod is
connected to the unit.
Select [OFF] when a USB device/iPod is
being connected to the unit just for
charging.
*1 Depending on your car, this function may not work properly. In this case, contact your
dealer or an authorized PIONEER Service Station.
*2 Please use a commercially available wiring harness for each car model when [PRESET]
mode is engaged, and use a commercially available adapter when in [PIONEER].
ILLUMINATION settings
Description
DIM SETTING
[SYNC CLOCK], [MANUAL]
Change the display brightness.
BRIGHTNESS
[1] to [10]
Change the display brightness.
The available setting ranges differ
depending on [DIM SETTING].
MIXTRAX settings
Menu Item
Description
SHORT PLAYBCK
[1.0 MIN], [1.5 MIN], [2.0 MIN],
[2.5 MIN], [3.0 MIN], [OFF]
Select the length of the playback time.
MIX PATTERN
[SOUND LEVEL]
Change the MIXTRAX special effects
according to the audio level.
The mix pattern changes according to
the sound level.
[LOW PASS]
The mix pattern changes according to
the bass level.
[RANDOM]
The mix pattern changes randomly
according to the sound level mode and
low pass mode.
DISPLAY FX
[ON], [OFF]
Set the MIXTRAX special effects on/off.
CUT IN FX
[ON], [OFF]
Turn the MIXTRAX sound effects on/off
while manually changing the tracks.
Connections/Installation
Connections
WARNING
• When speaker output is used by 4
channels, use speakers over 50 W
(maximum input power) and
between 4 Ω to 8 Ω (impedance
value). Do not use 1 Ω to 3 Ω
speakers for this unit.
• When rear speaker output is used by
2 Ω of subwoofer, use speakers over
70 W (maximum input power).
* Please refer to connections for a
connection method.
• The black cable is ground. When
installing this unit or power amp
(sold separately), make sure to
connect the ground wire first. Ensure
that the ground wire is properly
connected to metal parts of the car’s
body. The ground wire of the power
amp and the one of this unit or any
other device must be connected to
the car separately with different
screws. If the screw for the ground
wire loosens or falls out, it could
result in fire, generation of smoke or
malfunction.
Ground wire
Other devices
(Another electronic
device in the car)
POWER AMP
Metal parts of
car’s body
*1 Not supplied for this unit
Important
• When installing this unit in a vehicle
without an ACC (accessory) position
on the ignition switch, failure to
connect the red cable to the terminal
that detects operation of the ignition
key may result in battery drain.
ACC position
No ACC position
• Use this unit with a 12-volt battery
and negative grounding only. Failure
to do so may result in a fire or
malfunction.
• To prevent a short-circuit,
overheating or malfunction, be sure
to follow the directions below.
– Disconnect the negative terminal
of the battery before installation.
– Secure the wiring with cable
clamps or adhesive tape. Wrap
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adhesive tape around wiring that
comes into contact with metal
parts to protect the wiring.
– Place all cables away from moving
parts, such as the shift lever and
seat rails.
– Place all cables away from hot
places, such as near the heater
outlet.
– Do not connect the yellow cable to
the battery by passing it through
the hole to the engine
compartment.
– Cover any disconnected cable
connectors with insulating tape.
– Do not shorten any cables.
– Never cut the insulation of the
power cable of this unit in order to
share the power with other devices.
The current capacity of the cable is
limited.
– Use a fuse of the rating prescribed.
– Never wire the negative speaker
cable directly to ground.
– Never band together negative
cables of multiple speakers.
• When this unit is on, control signals
are sent through the blue/white
cable. Connect this cable to the
system remote control of an external
power amp or the vehicle’s autoantenna relay control terminal (max.
300mA 12 V DC). If the vehicle is
equipped with a glass antenna,
connect it to the antenna booster
power supply terminal.
• Never connect the blue/white cable
to the power terminal of an external
power amp. Also, never connect it to
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the power terminal of the auto
antenna. Doing so may result in
battery drain or a malfunction.
placed
• The graphical symbol
on the product means direct current.
Perform these connections when
using a subwoofer without the
optional amplifier.
This unit
Power cord input
Rear output or subwoofer output
Antenna input
Fuse (10 A)
Wired remote input
Hard-wired remote control adapter
can be connected (sold separately).
Power cord
Perform these connections when not
connecting a rear speaker lead to a
subwoofer.
Important
In the case of
above, two 4 Ω
subwoofers wired in parallel will
represent a 2 Ω load.
To power cord input
Left
Right
Front speaker
Rear speaker
White
White/black
Gray
Gray/black
Green
Green/black
Violet
Violet/black
Black (chassis ground)
Connect to a clean, paint-free
metal location.
Yellow
Connect to the constant 12 V
supply terminal.
Red
Connect to terminal controlled by
the ignition switch (12 V DC).
Blue/white
Connect to the system control
terminal of the power amp or autoantenna relay control terminal
(max. 300 mA 12 V DC).
Subwoofer (4 Ω)
When using a subwoofer of 2 Ω, be
sure to connect the subwoofer to
the violet and violet/black leads of
this unit. Do not connect anything
to the green and green/black leads.
Not used.
Subwoofer (4 Ω) × 2
NOTE
Change the initial menu of this unit.
Refer to [SP-P/O MODE] (page 5). The
subwoofer output of this unit is
monaural.
Power amp (sold separately)
Perform these connections when
using the optional amplifier.
System remote control
Connect to blue/white cable.
Power amp (sold separately)
Connect with RCA cables (sold
separately)
To rear output or subwoofer output
Rear speaker or subwoofer
Installation
Leave ample
space
5 cm
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Important
• Check all connections and systems
before final installation.
• Do not use unauthorized parts as
this may cause malfunctions.
• Consult your dealer if installation
requires drilling of holes or other
modifications to the vehicle.
• Do not install this unit where:
– it may interfere with operation of
the vehicle.
– it may cause injury to a passenger
as a result of a sudden stop.
• The semiconductor laser will be
damaged if it overheats. Install this
unit away from hot places such as
near the heater outlet.
• Optimum
performance is
obtained when the
unit is installed at an
angle of less than 60°.
• When installing, to ensure proper
heat dispersal when using this unit,
make sure you leave ample space
behind the rear panel and wrap any
loose cables so they are not blocking
the vents.
Screw in one screw on each side to
hold the unit in place.
5 cm
DIN mount installation
1 Insert the supplied mounting
2
sleeve into the dashboard.
Secure the mounting sleeve by
using a screwdriver to bend the
metal tabs (90°) into place.
Truss screw (5 mm × 9 mm)
Mounting bracket
Dashboard or console
Using the included bracket
Check to make sure that the included
bracket matches your particular
model of vehicle and then attach it to
the unit as shown below.
Screw
Bracket
Removing the unit (installed
with the supplied mounting
sleeve)
1
Dashboard
Mounting sleeve
• Make sure that the unit is
installed securely in place. An
unstable installation may cause
skipping or other malfunctions.
When not using the supplied
mounting sleeve
1
Line up the holes on the
mounting bracket with the holes
on the sides of the unit to attach
the bracket.
2
3
Remove the trim ring.
Trim ring
Notched tab
• Releasing the front panel allows
easier access to the trim ring.
• When reattaching the trim ring,
point the side with the notched
tab down.
Insert the supplied extraction
keys into both sides of the unit
until they click into place.
Pull the unit out of the dashboard.
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Additional Information
Troubleshooting
The display automatically returns to
the normal display.
→ No operations have been made for
about 30 seconds.
– Perform an operation.
The repeat play range changes
unexpectedly.
→ Depending on the repeat play
range, the selected range may
change when another folder or
track is being selected or during
fast forwarding/reversing.
– Select the repeat play range
again.
A subfolder is not played back.
→ Subfolders cannot be played when
[FLD] (folder repeat) is selected.
– Select another repeat play range.
The sound is intermittent.
→ You are using a device, such as a
cellular phone, that may cause
audible interference.
– Move electrical devices that may
be causing the interference away
from the unit.
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Error messages
Common
AMP ERROR
→ This unit fails to operate or the
speaker connection is incorrect.
→ The protective circuit is activated.
– Check the speaker connection.
– Turn the ignition switch OFF and
back to ON again. If the message
remains, contact your dealer or an
authorized Pioneer Service
Station for assistance.
NO XXXX (NO TITLE, for example)
→ There is no embedded text
information.
– Switch the display or play another
track/file.
USB device/iPod
FORMAT READ
→ Sometimes there is a delay
between the start of playback and
when you start to hear any sound.
– Wait until the message
disappears and you hear sound.
NO AUDIO
→ There are no songs.
– Transfer the audio files to the USB
device and connect.
→ The connected USB device has
security enabled.
– Follow the USB device
instructions to disable the
security.
PROTECT
→ All the files on the connected USB
device are embedded with DRM.
– Replace the USB device.
N/A USB
→ The connected USB device is not
supported by this unit.
– Disconnect your device and
replace it with a compatible USB
device.
HUB ERROR
→ The USB device connected via a
USB hub is not supported by this
unit.
– Connect the USB device directly
to this unit using a USB cable.
CHECK USB
→ The USB connector or USB cable
has short-circuited.
– Check that the USB connector or
USB cable is not caught in
something or damaged.
→ The connected USB device
consumes more than maximum
allowable current.
– Disconnect the USB device and
do not use it. Turn the ignition
switch OFF and back to ACC or
ERROR-19
→ Communication failed.
– Perform one of the following
operations, then return to the
USB source.
• Turn the ignition switch OFF and
back to ON.
• Disconnect the USB device.
• Change to a different source.
→ iPod failure.
– Disconnect the cable from the
iPod. Once the iPod’s main menu
is displayed, reconnect the iPod
and reset it.
ERROR-23
→ USB device was not formatted
properly.
– Format the USB device with
FAT12, FAT16 or FAT32.
ERROR-16
→ The iPod firmware version is old.
– Update the iPod version.
→ iPod failure.
– Disconnect the cable from the
iPod. Once the iPod’s main menu
is displayed, reconnect the iPod
and reset it.
STOP
→ There are no songs in the current
list.
– Select a list that contains songs.
NOT FOUND
→ No related songs.
– Transfer songs to the iPod.
APP
START UP APP
→ The application has not started
running yet.
– Operate the mobile device to
start up the application.
Handling guidelines
USB storage device
• Connections via USB hubs are not
supported.
• Firmly secure the USB storage device
before driving. Do not let the USB
storage device fall onto the floor,
where it may become jammed under
the brake or accelerator pedal.
• Depending on the USB storage
device, the following problems may
occur.
– Operations may vary.
– The storage device may not be
recognized.
– Files may not be played back
properly.
– The device may cause audible
interference when you are listening
to the radio.
iPod
• Do not leave the iPod in places with
high temperatures.
• Firmly secure the iPod when driving.
Do not let the iPod fall onto the floor,
where it may become jammed under
the brake or accelerator pedal.
• The settings of the iPod such as the
equalizer and repeat play are
changed automatically when the
iPod is connected to the unit. Once
the iPod is disconnected, those
settings will return to the original
settings.
• Incompatible text saved on the iPod
will not be displayed by the unit.
Compressed audio
compatibility
• Only the first 32 characters can be
displayed as a file name (including
the file extension) or a folder name.
• The unit may not work properly
depending on the application used
to encode WMA files.
• There may be a slight delay at the
start of the playback of audio files
embedded with image data, or audio
files stored on a USB device with
numerous folder hierarchies.
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SKIPPED
→ The connected USB device contains
DRM protected files.
– The protected files are skipped.
ON. Connect only compliant USB
devices.
→ The iPod operates correctly but
does not charge.
– Make sure the connection cable
for the iPod has not shorted out
(e.g., not caught in metal objects).
After checking, turn the ignition
switch OFF and back to ON, or
disconnect the iPod and
reconnect.
CAUTION
• Pioneer cannot guarantee
compatibility with all USB mass
storage devices, and assumes no
responsibility for any loss of data on
media players, smartphones, or
other devices while using this
product.
• Do not leave discs or a USB storage
device in any place that is subject to
high temperatures.
WMA files
File extension
Bit rate
Sampling
frequency
Windows Media™
Audio Professional,
Lossless, Voice/
DRM Stream/
Stream with video
.wma
48 kbps to 320 kbps
(CBR), 48 kbps to
384 kbps (VBR)
32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48
kHz
Not compatible
MP3 files
File extension
Bit rate
.mp3
8 kbps to 320 kbps
(CBR), VBR
Sampling
8 kHz to 48 kHz (32
frequency
kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48
kHz for emphasis)
Compatible ID3 tag 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4
version
(ID3 tag Version 2.x
is given priority
over Version 1.x.)
M3u playlist
Not compatible
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MP3i (MP3
interactive), mp3
PRO
Not compatible
WAV files
• WAV file formats cannot be
connected via MTP.
File extension
Quantization bits
.wav
8 and 16 (LPCM), 4
(MSADPCM)
Sampling
frequency
16 kHz to 48 kHz
(LPCM), 22.05 kHz
and 44.1 kHz (MS
ADPCM)
USB device
• There may be a slight delay when
starting playback of audio files on a
USB storage device with numerous
folder hierarchies.
Playable folder
hierarchy
Playable folders
Playable files
Playback of
copyrightprotected files
Partitioned USB
device
Up to eight tiers (A
practical hierarchy
is less than two
tiers.)
Up to 500
Up to 15 000
Not compatible
Only the first
partition can be
played.
iPod compatibility
This unit supports only the following iPod
models. Supported iPod software versions
are shown below. Older versions may not
be supported.
Made for
– iPod touch (1st through 6th
generation)
– iPod classic
– iPod with video
– iPod nano (1st through 7th
generation)
– iPhone 6s
– iPhone 6s Plus
– iPhone 6
– iPhone 6 Plus
– iPhone 5s
– iPhone 5c
– iPhone 5
– iPhone 4s
– iPhone 4
– iPhone 3GS
– iPhone 3G
– iPhone
• Operations may vary depending on
the generation and/or software
version of the iPod.
• Users of iPod with the Lightning
Connector should use the Lightning
to USB Cable (supplied with iPod).
• Users of iPod with the Dock
Connector should use the CD-IU51.
For details, consult your dealer.
• Refer to the iPod manuals for
information about the file/format
compatibility.
• Audiobook, Podcast: Compatible
CAUTION
Pioneer accepts no responsibility for
data lost on the iPod, even if that data
is lost while this unit is used.
Sequence of audio files
The user cannot assign folder
numbers and specify playback
sequences with this unit. Sequence of
audio file depends on the connected
device.
Note that the hidden files in a USB
device cannot be played back.
Example of a hierarchy
Folder
Compressed
audio file
01 to 05: Folder number
to : Playback sequence
Copyright and
trademark
WMA
Windows Media is either a registered
trademark or trademark of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/
or other countries.
This product includes technology
owned by Microsoft Corporation and
cannot be used or distributed without
a license from Microsoft Licensing, Inc.
iPod & iPhone
iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano,
and iPod touch are trademarks of
Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and
other countries.
Lightning is a trademark of Apple Inc.
“Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone”
mean that an electronic accessory has
been designed to connect specifically
to iPod or iPhone, respectively, and
has been certified by the developer to
meet Apple performance standards.
Apple is not responsible for the
operation of this device or its
compliance with safety and regulatory
standards. Please note that the use of
this accessory with iPod or iPhone
may affect wireless performance.
MIXTRAX
MIXTRAX is a trademark of the
PIONEER CORPORATION.
Specifications
General
Rated power source: 14.4 V DC
(allowable voltage range: 12.0 V
to 14.4 V DC)
Grounding system: Negative type
Maximum current consumption: 10.0
A
Dimensions (W × H × D):
DIN
Chassis: 178 mm × 50 mm × 97
mm
Nose: 188 mm × 58 mm × 17 mm
D
Chassis: 178 mm × 50 mm × 97
mm
Nose: 170 mm × 46 mm × 17 mm
Weight: 0.5 kg
Audio
Maximum power output:
• 50 W × 4 ch/4 Ω (for no
subwoofer)
• 50 W × 2 ch/4 Ω + 70 W × 1 ch/2
Ω (for subwoofer)
Continuous power output:
22 W × 4 (50 Hz to 15 000 Hz, 5 %
THD, 4 Ω load, both channels
driven)
Load impedance: 4 Ω (4 Ω to 8 Ω
allowable)
Preout maximum output level: 2.0 V
Loudness contour: +10 dB (100 Hz),
+6.5 dB (10 kHz) (volume: –30 dB)
Equalizer (5-Band Graphic Equalizer):
Frequency: 80 Hz/250 Hz/800 Hz/
2.5 kHz/8 kHz
Equalization range: ±12 dB (2 dB
step)
Subwoofer (mono):
Frequency: 50 Hz/63 Hz/80 Hz/
100 Hz/125 Hz/160 Hz/200 Hz
Slope: –12 dB/oct, –24 dB/oct
Gain: +6 dB to –24 dB
Phase: Normal/Reverse
Signal-to-noise ratio: 72 dB (IEC-A
network)
AM tuner
Frequency range: 531 kHz to 1 602 kHz
(9 kHz)
530 kHz to 1 640 kHz (10 kHz)
Usable sensitivity: 25 μV (S/N: 20 dB)
Signal-to-noise ratio: 62 dB (IEC-A
network)
NOTE
Specifications and the design are
subject to modifications without
notice.
USB
USB standard specification: USB 2.0
full speed
Maximum current supply: 1 A
USB Protocol:
MSC (Mass Storage Class)
MTP (Media Transfer Protocol)
AOA (Android Open Accessory)
2.0
File system: FAT12, FAT16, FAT32
MP3 decoding format: MPEG-1 & 2
Audio Layer 3
WMA decoding format: Ver. 7, 8, 9, 9.1,
9.2 (2 ch audio)
WAV signal format: Linear PCM & MS
ADPCM (Non-compressed)
FM tuner
Frequency range: 87.5 MHz to 108.0
MHz
Usable sensitivity: 11 dBf (1.0 μV/75 Ω,
mono, S/N: 30 dB)
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iTunes
Apple and iTunes are trademarks of
Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and
other countries.
Android & Google Play
Android, Google Play, and the Google
Play logo are trademarks of Google
Inc.
© 2017 PIONEER CORPORATION. All rights reserved.
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