TUVVA
KSD7843B
In-Dash 7” Monitor
Touch Screen
DVD/CD/MP3/MP4
AM/FM Radio
With Bluetooth
With RDS Receiver
Owner‟s Manual
Take the time to read through this owner’s manual.
Familiarity with installation and operation procedures will help you obtain the best
Performance from your new DVD-receiver.
WARNING!
To promote safety, certain functions are disabled unless the parking brake is on. The Unit is
designed to detect parked status and must be connected to the power supply side of the
parking brake switch. Improper connection or use of his connection may violate applicable law
and may result in serious injury or damage. To avoid the risk of damage and injury and the
potential violation of applicable laws, this unit is not for use with a video screen that is visible to
the driver.
 To avoid the risk of accident and the potential violation of applicable laws, the front Video
image feature should never be used while the vehicle is being driven. Also, other video
displays should not be in a location where it is a visible distraction to the driver. In some
countries or states the viewing of images on a display inside a vehicle even by persons
other than the driver may be illegal. Where such regulations apply, they must be obeyed
and this unit‟s DVD features should not be used.
 Please remember to wear your seat belt at all times while operating your vehicle. If you are
ever in an accident, your injuries can be considerably more severe if your seat belt is not
properly buckled.
 The supplier waves any and all liability when these warnings are not followed.
OPERATION PRECAUTIONS
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Only connect to a 12Vdc battery and negative grounding.
Avoid placing the product in direct sunlight, in areas with high levels of dust, high
temperatures (over 40°C) or high humidity (over 90%). In case of high temperatures, cool
down the car interior by means of ventilation or air-conditioning.
Operate in well ventilated areas.
Do not turn on or off the product in short intervals. When turning the unit off, wait for at least
10 seconds prior to turning the unit on again. Do not operate the player with scratched,
bended or broken discs and when a disc is not loaded properly, do not force it into the
player.
Do not watch video playback while driving which will cause serious danger and risks of
traffic accident. It may violate the laws and regulations.
(There may be exceptional case, i.e., using rear view camera and navigation system)
Do not install the unit where the operation for safety driving is restrained.
Do not disassembly the unit by yourself, if need repairing, please take the unit to the after
service center.
Do not open and close the monitor manually, it may damage the monitor tilt system.
Do not touch the LCD screen by hard objects, it may damage or give scratch to the LCD
screen.
If the back of monitor touches dashboard or air-conditioner inlet etc after open the monitor ,
then setup TILT level in monitor TILT menu to prevent damage from repeat touching.
Car parking under direct sunlight may increase the temperature inside the car and the unit
may not be in proper operation, please try it again after the temperature returns to normal.
Do not replace the fuse on the power cable without professional guidance, using improper
fuse may cause damage to the unit or even cause burn the unit.
Do not use irregular shaped Disk.
IR remote control operation may be hindered by monitor when the monitor is opened, thus
please use the remote control at the similar level of remote control receiver.
Do not install the unit where the cooling fan is blocked.
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CONTENTS
WARNING! ................................................................................................................. 2
OPERATION PRECAUTIONS .................................................................................... 2
CONTENTS ................................................................................................................ 3
ACCESSORIES .......................................................................................................... 4
INSTALLATION / UN-INSTALLATION........................................................................ 5
WIRING CONNECTIONS ........................................................................................... 6
PANEL ........................................................................................................................ 8
REMOTE CONTROL ................................................................................................ 10
REMOVE BATTERY ................................................................................................. 12
MAIN MENU ............................................................................................................. 13
◆ RADIO PLAYER ................................................................................................... 13
◆ DVD PLAYER ...................................................................................................... 14
◆DISC/USB INTERFACE ........................................................................................ 15
◆BLUETOOTH MODE ............................................................................................ 15
◆AV-IN MODE ......................................................................................................... 16
◆SETTING CONTROL ............................................................................................ 16
SOUND CONTROL .................................................................................................. 16
DISPLAY CONTROL ................................................................................................ 17
GENERAL CONTROL .............................................................................................. 17
RADIO CONTROL .................................................................................................... 18
DVD SET UP MENU ................................................................................................. 18
SYSTEM INFORMATION ......................................................................................... 19
CALIBRATION .......................................................................................................... 20
BLUETOOTH SECTION ........................................................................................... 20
OTHER FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................... 22
NOTES ON DISC ..................................................................................................... 23
TROUBLESHOOTING .............................................................................................. 24
TROUBLESHOOTING .............................................................................................. 25
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................... 26
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ACCESSORIES
Package contains the following accessories for installation and operation of the unit.
(1) Washer, Spring
Washer, M5 Nut
1 each
(2) Mounting Strap
1
(3) Bolt
1
(4) Screw
4
(5) Mounting Collar
1
(6) Release Key
2
(7) Screw
1
(8) Rubber Cushion
1
User Manual
Remote Control
Trim ring
Power Cable
Note:
Product image may vary from the actual delivery.
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INSTALLATION / UN-INSTALLATION
Note
Before starting installation of the unit, make sure the wiring is connected properly.
Use only the parts provided with the unit to ensure proper installation.
The use of unauthorized parts may cause malfunction.
Install the unit where it does not get in the driver‟s way and will not injure the passenger in case
there is a sudden stop, like an emergency stop.
 INSTALLATION (Figure 1)
 Insert Half Sleeve into dash-board hole and bend mount tabs outwards to fix it
 If necessary, place the mount strap at the rear of the unit and fix it with provided washer as
figure 2.
 Push the unit into the Half Sleeve until you hear a click sound
 Place Trim Ring over the unit and installation is completed as figure 3. (Some vehicle may
not need Trim Ring)
 UN-INSTALLATION
Insert the supplied extraction keys into the unit and pull the unit out with keeping the extraction
keys. (as Figure. 4)
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WIRING CONNECTIONS
NOTE: Never connect cable to the system while it is connected to the battery power. Whenever
the unit is disconnected from the battery, the preset memory will be erased and the unit will go
back to its factory defaults.
When the brown cable for steering wheel control connected to the steering wheel, we can use
the steering wheel to control some unit
Note: To watch video the parking wire should be connected to break signal. 2 cables is
connected to a Hands-Free device (not included).
Parking wire
Note: The parking wire is connected with brake signal; for safety, the programs can be seen on
the monitor after braking the car.
Connecting the reversing line to taillight on the car
After connecting, when you start up the reverse gear, the unit will receive the picture from car
rear view camera.
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Note:
- Only use groundless loudspeakers.
- Use only loudspeakers of minimal 40Watt, using fewer watts may result in damaging
your loudspeakers at higher volumes.
- Use 4~8 Ω (Ohm impedance) loudspeakers only; using higher or lesser impedance may
damage the unit.
- Do not use 3-cable loudspeakers and do not connect the loudspeakers minus to the car
body (GND). The unit is using a BTL circuit and each loudspeaker must be connected
with insulated cables according the diagram.
- Loudspeaker cables and/or optional external power amplifiers must always be about
30cm away from the antenna and/or antenna extension parts.
Connect the speakers according the following diagram, incorrect connections will damage the
unit or your loudspeakers
Correct connection
Left front - Right front | Left rear - Right rear
Incorrect connections
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PANEL
1. VOL Knob/SEL/MUTE
VOL Knob: Adjust the volume level by turning the knob clockwise to increase or
counterclockwise to decrease.
SEL : Long press it to enter SOUND SETTING menu to adjust the sound settings; EQ => BASS
=> TREBLE = > BALANCE => FADER => EQ. Adjust the level by click touch screen to
increase or decrease.
Short press it to MUTE the volume output, press it again to resume volume when the power is
on.
2. MIC
3. IR Sensor
IR Remote control signal receiving window. Max distance is 6-8 meters, 45 angels.
4. BAND/TILT button
In Radio mode, press to change radio band in sequence of FM1 → FM2 → FM3 → AM1 →
AM2.
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Press and hold for 2 second to adjust the Monitor tilt angle: TILT ANGLE 1 => TILT ANGLE 2
=> TILT ANGLE 3 => TILT ANGLE 4.
5. SRC Button
Press to select the mode: Radio, DISC (if there is a disc in unit), USB (if there is a USB device
in the unit), Bluetooth and AV IN.
5. /
button
In RADIO mode, press to start automatic searching, press and hold for two seconds to start
manual searching, then press to tune each frequency step downward.
In DVD / USB mode, press button to skip to the previous track. Press button and hold for
two seconds to activate fast reverse (REW) search in a track.
In Bluetooth mode, press to make a call after inputted a phone number or accept an incoming
call.
7. POWER button
POWER: Press it to turn on the unit. Press and hold for 2 seconds to turn the unit off.
(* Press any button to turn on the unit except REL button and EJECT button on panel, and
EJECT button on remote control)
8. /
button
In Radio mode, press to start automatic searching, press and hold for two seconds to start
manual searching, then press them to tune each frequency step upward.
In DVD /USB mode, press button to skip to the next track. Press button and hold for two
seconds to activate fast forward (FF) search in a track.
In BLUETOOTH mode, press to reject a coming call or hang up while calling.
9. / PLAY / PAUSE button
In Disc, USB, mode, press it to pause / play. Press it again to resume playback; long press it to
stop, Press it again to resume playback
10. in/out button
Press this to open and close the TFT monitor. WARNING: Do not obstruct the monitor while in
the opening or closing cycle, this may cause damage to the monitor mechanism and is NOT
covered under warranty.
11. AV-in Jack
Put the AV plug into the AV-IN jack which was marked on front panel.
12. Release button
Press to detach and release the front panel. When the unit was released, it will switch off
automatically after a few second. Detach/Attach the Panel: Press REL button and pull out the
left side to detach the panel. To attach it, insert the right side first and then press the left side
until hear a click sound.
13. USB slot
USB slot, for Multimedia playback files only. Insert a USB into this slot and the unit will
automatically start reading and playback the card. * Supported Music File Format: MP3, WMA
Files
14. EJECT button
Press to eject a disc. If the disc is not removed for about 10 seconds after eject, the disc is
reinserted automatically.
15. DISC slot
16. TFT display
17. Anti-Theft LED flash
18. RESET button
Press it with a thin, sharp object. The device will then be reset to factory default settings.
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REMOTE CONTROL
1. POWER
Power on or off.
2. MODE button
Press it to select the mode: Radio, DISC (if there is a disc in unit), USB (if there is a USB
device in the unit), and AV IN.
3. PLAY/PAUSE button
In DVD mode, press it to pause playback, press again to resume.
4. Mute button
: Short press this button to mute the volume output, press it again to resume volume.
5. BAND/ RDM(Only for BT)
In Radio mode, press to change radio band in sequence of FM1 → FM2 → FM3 → AM1 →
AM2
In DVD mode, press to play randomly.
6. Cursor buttons
Use the buttons to select the menu item. The title, track or to show next frame.
7. MENU button
Press it to show main menu, in DVD mode, long press it to enter TITLE MENU (Enable only if
the DVD disc with title menu).
8. SUBTITLE button
Press it to select the subtitle language (Available only if the disc with subtitle function).
9. Cursor buttons
Use the
buttons to select the menu item. the title, track or to show next frame.
10. ENTER button
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Press it to confirm selection or setting.
11. Cursor buttons
Use the buttons to select the menu item. the title, track or to show next frame.
12. SETUP button
In DVD mode press it to enter the setup menu.
13. EJECT button
Press it to eject the disc.
14. Cursor buttons
Use the buttons to select the menu item. the title, track or to show next frame.
15. ANGLE button (Only for BT)
In DVD mode, press it repeatedly to change the viewing angle (Available only with a recorded
DVD file or DVD disc that has this function).
16. INT button (Only for BT)
Press it to activate the intro function. You can play the beginning of every track for 10 seconds
in sequence.
17. P.SCN/ RPT
In USB mode, press to repeat REP 1 => REP DIR => REP ALL
In DVD mode, press to start repeat REP OFF=>REP Chapter=>REP Title=>REP Off.
In Radio mode: PS (Preset Scan): Press to scan all preset stations in the memory of the current
band and stay on each memory stations for about 5 seconds.
AS (Auto Save): Long press to save the stations with good reception automatically.
18. STEREO/MONO (PTY only for RDS/BT)
Press STEREO button to select STEREO or MONO.
19. VOL+ button
Press to increase volume level.
20. A-B/ZOOM button
During playback, press it at the starting point of section you want to repeat(A), press this button
again at the ending point of the section you want to repeat (B), section A-B repeating starts.
Press it again to cancel the A-B repeat function.
Press it and hold for two seconds in DVD mode to zoom the image in or out in the sequence of
ZOOM 2-> ZOOM 3-> ZOOM 4-> ZOOM 1/2-> ZOOM 1/3-> ZOOM 1/4.
21. LOUD (only for RDS)
Press to set LOUD on or OFF.
22. / seek- button
In DVD mode, Press button to skip to the previous track. Press and hold button for two
seconds to activate fast reverse (REW) search in a track.
In RADIO mode, press button to start searching automatic, press and hold for two seconds to
start manual searching. button Frequency down.
23. SEL button (only for RDS)
Press it to enter the SOUND SETTING menu, and press Cursor UP/DN buttons to choose an
item and press cursor left/right buttons to set the item. Press SEL button again to exit the menu.
24. / seek + button
In DVD mode, Press
button to skip to the next track. Press and hold
button for two
seconds to activate fast forward (FF) search in a track.
In RADIO mode, press button to start searching automatic, press and hold for two seconds to
start manual searching button Frequency up.
25. STOP/PBC button
Press it to Stop playback from the current position, press it again to final stop to the very
beginning. Press PLAY/PAUSE button to play.
Press and hold for two seconds to set PBC on/ off in VCD mode.
26. OSD button
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In DVD mode press it to enter the OSD menu, press and hold for 2 seconds to set video setup.
(RED /GREEN /BLUE /BRIGHT / CONTRAST /SHARP /COLOR RESET /BACK)
27. VOL- button
Press to decrease volume level.
28. AUDIO/GOTO button
In DVD mode press it to select the audio language.
In VCD mode, press it to select the sound track in the sequence of MONO L =>MONO R
=>STEREO.
Go to: in DVD mode,press and hold for 2 seconds to show TIME SEARCH menu, select
number and confirm to go to certain position directly. When press
button to enter
TITLE/CHAPTER selection mode, select number and confirm to go to certain TITLE or
CHAPTER position directly.
29. Digit 0-9 buttons
In radio mode, select 1-6 the desired band; In DVD mode, select track.
30. OPEN/TILT button(Option without function)
31. DUAL button(Option without function)
REMOVE BATTERY
Note:
 The distance may vary according to the brightness of ambient light.
 If the remote is not used for an extended period of time, remove the battery to prevent
possible damage from battery leakage and corrosion.
 Do not place any objects between the remote control unit and the sensor on the unit.
 Do not drop the remote control onto the floor; it will damage it beyond repair.
 Do not use the remote control unit, while simultaneously operating the remote control unit
of any other equipment; they may interfere resulting in improper operation.
 The battery normally last for about one year although depending how often the remote
control is used. If the remote control unit isn‟t working even when it is operated near the unit,
replace the battery with a new battery of the same make and use only a lithium cell battery
type: CR2025 (3V).
 Dispose empty batteries in accordance with your local governmental regulations.
 Do not short-circuit, disassemble, heat or dispose of fire or flames the battery.
 Keep the battery out of reach of children, should the battery be swallowed, immediately
consult a doctor.
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MAIN MENU
The best way to discover the program is to explore each screen in detail, and to find out how to
move from one to another. Read this chapter for a guided tour.
Unit starts by displaying the Main menu.
This is the root of the screen hierarchy, and you can simply access all features by tapping on
the touch screen buttons.
Tap the icons to enter a desired mode.
◆ RADIO PLAYER
To start Radio, tap RADIO button on main menu screen.
Mute the sound..
Increase the volume.
Decrease the volume.
Touch this button can choose FM1, FM2, FM3, AM1, AM2.
Touch this button can scan the stations from 1-6, long touch it to save the stations with
good reception automatically and scan each station for about 5 seconds.
Touch this button to search stations backward automatically.
Touch this button to search stations forward automatically.
Touch this button to open manual select station backward.
Touch this button to open manual select station forward.
Touch this button to enable or disable the AF function
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Touch this button to enable or disable the TA function.
Touch this button to display PTY information
Touch this button to select stereo or mono sound reception
◆ DVD PLAYER
To start DVD Player, tap on DVD button from main menu screen.
TOUCH SCREEN MENU
You will not see any buttons while DVD is played. Buttons will appear when you tap on TFT
screen. Tap the screen again to hide the buttons.
Insert DVD disc
NOTE
DVD Player will automatically start playing when you insert any DVD disc, MEMORY
card or USB device.
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Warning displays if the vehicle is moving for driver's safety.
3.
DVD Player will not only play video, but also picture and music files as well.
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File Management
DVD mode plays files in a) Disc b) USB c) MEMORY card (MEMORY card slot in inner panel).
Pause playback. Press it again to continue playback.
Stop playback. Press it to Stop playback from the current position, press it again to final
stop to the very beginning.
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Start fast rewind or fast forward. Press one of the keys again to change the spooling
speed. Press the Play key to regain normal playback.
In DVD mode, touch it can choose Repeat chapter =>repeat title =>repeat off.
In VCD mode, touch it can choose Repeat REP 1 => REP DIR => REP ALL.
Touch it to select the subtitle language (Available only if the disc with subtitle function).
in DVD mode touch it to select the audio language (Available only if the disc with subtitle
function);In VCD mode touch it can choose MONO L---MONO R---STEREO.
In DVD mode touch it to enter TITLE MENU (Enable only if the DVD disc with title menu).
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Touch it to select previous or next track.
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Select the viewing angle of the touch-screen.
icon to be back to main menu.
◆DISC/USB INTERFACE
When a file disc, USB or a memory card is played, the screen will show following interface:
Mute the sound.
Stop button. Press it to stop playback, press it
again return to the first track.
Play/pause button. Press it to pause the track,
press again to resume.
Press it to fast reverse the track,
FR×2×4×8×20-play will be display.
press it to fast forward the track.
FF×2×4×8×20-play will be display.
Press it to skip to the previous track.
Press it to skip to the next track.
Press it to activate the intro function. You can
play the beginning of every track for 10 seconds in sequence.
Press it to repeat REP 1 => REP DIR => REP ALL
Press it to play track randomly.
Press it to enter previous page.
Press it to enter next page.
Press it to go to folder selection.
When press the stop button
interface will be display.
, following
Press it to retune to the file menu.
Press it to select the file forward.
Press it to select the file backward.
◆BLUETOOTH MODE
To start BLUETOOTH Mode, tap on Bluetooth button from main menu screen.
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◆AV-IN MODE
To start AV-IN Mode, tap on AV-IN button from main menu
screen.
Connect the external audio/video signal source to this unit.
Select AV-IN mode in the main menu or by pressing repeat
Mode button on the front panel.
Note: If there is no external video input, the TFT displays
“NO VIDEO SIGNAL”.
1. Press the △ / ▽ icon to adjust TFT angle.
2. Press the
icon to be back to main menu.
◆SETTING CONTROL
Your device has default system settings. You can customize the settings to suit your personal
needs. Once you change settings, your new settings will remain until you change it again.
To start SETTING, tap setting button from main menu screen.
SOUND CONTROL
Tap SOUND button to show SOUND 1 menu.
Tap
EQ
Select EQ mode
BAS LEVEL
TRE LEVEL
BALANCE
FADER
Bass up/down
Treble up/down
Left/Right Balance Control
Front/Back Fader Control
button to show SOUND 2 menu.
BEEP
LOUDNESS
SUBWOOFER
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Set keypad sound on /off
Set loud on /off
Set subwoofer on /off
DISPLAY CONTROL
Tap DISPLAY button to show DISPLAY menu.
BACKLIGHT Backlight setting LOW, MID, HIGH
GENERAL CONTROL
Tap GENERAL button to show GENERAL menu.
TILT MODE
TILT
ANGLE
CLOCK
CLOCK
HOUR
CLOCK
SETTING
Tap
Set tilt mode automatic or
manual
Adjust monitor tilt angle
Set clock display time on or off.
Set 24hour format or 12hour
format
display time
button from GENERAL 1 menu.
AUTO
CONNECT
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Automatic Bluetooth connection
to a previously connected
mobile telephone.
RADIO CONTROL
Tap RADIO button to show RADIO menu.
AREA
Set AREA: EUROPE, U.S.A,
SOUTH AMERICA,RUSSIA
STEREO Set STEREO ON or OFF
TA
Volume
Adjust TA Volume the level
RETUNE select RETUNE LONG/SHORT
Tap
button from RDS & RADIO 2 menu.
PI
select PI MUTE or SOUND
REGION
select REG ON/OFF
MASK
select MASK DPI/ALL
EON TA
select EONTA LOCAL/DX
TA
select TA SEEK or ALARM
DVD SET UP MENU
Tap the DVD button in main menu to enter the DVD player. Press the SETUP button to enter
into the system settings main menu; press the up or down arrow buttons to move to the
highlighted menu item and select one of the Setup Pages:
[1]. Subtitle Lang setting:
With this option you can select the preferred language for the subtitles. When the selected
language is recorded on the disc then this language will automatically be shown. If not, the first
language recorded on the disc is displayed.
[2].Audio Lang setting:
With this option you can select the preferred language for the audio output. When the selected
language is recorded on the disc (not all discs have multiple languages recorded) then this
language will automatically be played. If not, the first language recorded on the disc is played.
[3]. DVD Menu Lang setting:
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With this option you can select the preferred language for the disc menu. When the selected
language is recorded on the disc then this language will automatically be selected. If not, the
first language recorded on the disc is displayed.
[4]. MP4 Language
With this option you can select the preferred language for the MP4 menu.
[5] Password:
The password for this unit is initially set to factory default 0000. If you want to change your
password, you need to enter the old password first and confirm it, and enter a new password
and confirm. WARNING: if you forget your password, there is no possibility to reset the
password again. Do not forget your password and write it down or store the password in a safe
place.
[6] Rating / PARENTAL SETUP.
For DVD discs which support the USA rating system, setting up rating control can prevent
children from watching content that might not be suitable for their age. You are asked to enter
the password when you change the rating setting. The default password is 0000.
Code
Description
1.NONE
Kid safe
2.G
General Audiences – ALL ages admitted
PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED-Some material may not be suitable fo
3.PG
r children
PARENTS STRONGLY CAUTIONED-Some material may be inappropriate fo
4.PG-13
r children under 13
5.PG-R
Restricted, under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian.
6.R
RESTRICTED-Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian
7.NC-17
NO ONE 17 AND UNDER ADMITTED
8. Adult
Above 17 Admitted
[7] TV SHAPE:
Set TFT screen mode to the correct ratio:
Three screen ratio modes are available, Normal/PS (4:3 Pan Scan), Normal/LB (4:3 Letter Box)
and Wide (16:9). Different disc formats will display different images depending this setting and
the screen size used.
[8] NTSC/ PAL:
Select this menu item to set up your preferred video output format. PAL is commonly used in
Europe. NTSC is commonly used in the USA and Japan. Auto is commonly used.
[9] DEFAULT:
Factory reset. Set all values to Factory default values including memory and preset stations.
SYSTEM INFORMATION
Press SYSTEM button to show the information of the
system. You can view detail system information
including serial number of the software.
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CALIBRATION
The calibration of the screen is useful when some
malfunction occur with the touch screen and it needs
adjustment.
CALIBRATION procedure of the touch screen is
described as below: When the target moves to another
position, tap and hold at the center of the new target.
Repeat each time to complete the calibration process.
When the calibration has been completed, the device
switches back to the previous operating mode and
retain the previous setting. If you press Reset button,
the setting will return to factory setting.
BLUETOOTH SECTION
Warning: Driving and having a Telephone conversation at the same time is dangerous, please
park your car before having a telephone conversation. The supplier waves any and all liability
when this warning is not followed.
To enter Bluetooth mode, you can tap Bluetooth icon on Main menu or long press the
mute/Bluetooth button on the Remote Control or press mode button on remote or on front panel.
BT Main Menu
Bluetooth disconnect mode
Bluetooth connect mode
A user can make own choice by tap the buttons.
Tap CALLING button to use phone functions.
Tap MUSIC button to start BLUETOOTH music player.
Tap HISTORY button to check dialed, received, missed calls.
Tap PHONEBOOK button to use phone book functions.
Pairing Mode
At the 1st time when using BLUETOOTH, you need to pair the mobile phone first.
When a phone have not been paired with the unit, the BT icon and Pairing mark will blink
continually on the panel.
When the unit have connect with phone, the BT icon will turn on and the Mobile phone name (if
available) will be display on the panel.
According to mobile pairing device manual, after searching new device (TUVVA), select it, input
password "0000" and confirm ok, device paring is finished.
The text „Enter Number‟ will shows on the panel after the pairing is completed. It means device
is connected and ready for BLUETOOTH communication.
Auto-connect - Disconnect
When power on the unit, the last paired phone will be connected to the device via Bluetooth
automatically, after searching about one minute, if the device cannot find the paired phone, it
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will stop searching. When in standby mode (unconnected), long press Bluetooth button on
remote control to active auto-connect function and the device will search the last paired phone.
If you want to disconnect the Bluetooth connection, turn off the Bluetooth on the phone.
1. CALLING BUTTON
Tap on CALLING button to enter call mode.
In Call mode, the unit can be used as your phone. Making and receiving calls are possible with
BLUETOOTH. Simply tap phone number and tap
button to make a call, and tap
button to hang up.
1.)
Tap CLEAR button shortly to delete a wrong digit, tap the CLEAR button or press
RDM/C button on remote for 3-4 seconds to delete all the numbers at once.
2)
Tap the
button for 3-4 seconds, the device automatically makes a call to the latest
call in its call log.
Voice Transfer
During a call, you can change a call from Bluetooth mode to phone by tapping Transfer button.
To have a call in Bluetooth mode again, tap Transfer
button.
NOTE: the phonebook only supports Western
Characters. Any difference in character will be
shown such as “+, * or # ”.
2. BT PHONE BOOK
The unit can downloading the data from phone
automatically when the pairing between a phone
and the unit be completed.
The unit displays the data which have been downloading from a phone.
Select a number and tap Send button to make a
calling.
3. Call history mode
Tap HISTORY button to see history mode.
The unit can download automatically all the date
from the mobile Phone.
Dialed /Received/Missed calls are saved In History
mode .Tap Up/Down arrow load previous/next
history record.
The calls in each category are orderly saved from the latest one to the final one.
Select a number and tap Send button to enter calling mode.
4. (A2DP) Music Mode
Tap MUSIC button to listen music in Bluetooth mode.
Tap the button for „music‟ in Bluetooth main menu.
You can select the function with the key for previous,
play / pause, stop, and next.
A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) Music
Player
A2DP is a function which can receive the audio
frequency signal from the mobile phone, amplified
by the car audio and played out by the car speakers.
Notice: your mobile phone need to support A2DP.
Tap the buttons on the screen as shown, or press
corresponding buttons (PAUSE/PLAY, STOP, PREVIOUS/NEXT) on remote control to play,
pause, play previous, or next music file.
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OTHER FUNCTIONS
Subwoofer
Connect the subwoofer to the unit using sub output (see electrical diagram). Tap MENU on
screen enter into main menu setting choose setting menu. Choose SOUND and set subwoofer
ON to enable subwoofer.
Parking
When the car is stopped and the parking brake is working, the screen can display the video
image, otherwise the screen can't display the video image
Back View Camera
This unit is equipped with back view camera output. The camera is used to observe the
situation behind the vehicle when you are backing the car.
Please connect your back view camera with the back car video input. And connect the reverse
wire for back a car with the rear gear light. Rear view camera picture will be enabled when you
are backing the car.
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NOTES ON DISC
 Only use groundless loudspeakers.
 Use only loudspeakers of minimal 40Watt, using fewer watts may result in damaging your
loud speakers at higher volumes.
 Use 4~8 Ω (Ohm impedance) loudspeakers only; using higher or lesser impedance may
damage the unit.
 Do not use 3-cable loudspeakers and do not connect the loudspeakers minus to the car
body.
 (GND). using a BTL circuit and each loudspeaker must be connected with insulated cables
according the diagram.
 Loudspeaker cables and/or optional external power amplifiers must always be about 30cm.
away from the antenna and/or antenna extension parts.
 If want to display for 7” TFT, parking wire must be connected to ground.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Symptom
LCD
CD
General
Power does not turn
on.
(No sound is
produced.)
No sound output
when operating the
unit with amplifiers
or power antenna
attached.
Cause
Remedy
Fuse is blown
In correct wiring
Power antennal
lead is shorted to
ground excessive
current is required
or remote on the
amplifiers or power
antenna.
Nothing happens
The microprocessor
when buttons are
has malfunctioned
pressed.
due to noise, etc.
Display is not
Accurate
Panel or main unit
Connectors
are dirty
Compact disc is
Sound is bad directly dirty
after power is turned Compact disc is
on.
heavily scratched
or warped
Water droplets may
Sound is bad directly form on the internal
after power is turned lens when the car is
on.
parked in a humid
place
When deck
mechanism error,
show ERROR 1
When disc or servo
Small LCD display
error, it show
error massage
ERROR 2
When USB error, t
show ERROR 3
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Replace with fuse of the same amperage.
If the fuse blows again, consult your store
of purchase
Consult your local retailer.
1. Turn off the unit.
2. Remove all wires attached to the
power antenna lead. Check each wire
for a possible short to ground using an
ohm meter.
3. Turn on the unit.
4. Reconnect each amplifier remote wire
to the power antenna lead one by one.
If the amplifiers turn off before all wires
are attached, use an external replay to
provide remote-on voltage (excessive
current required).
Turn off the power, Then press the [no
open] button and remove the DCP. Press
the reset button for about 2 seconds with
a thin rod.
Wipe the dirt off with a soft cloth
moistened with cleaning alcohol.
Clean the compact disc without scratches
Replace with a compact disc without
scratches.
Let it dry for about 1 hour with the power
on.
Reset the unit.
Change the disc or reset the unit.
1.Remove the USB and insert it again
2. File error,please check the file.
3. Reset the unit.
TROUBLESHOOTING
SYMPTOM
NO POWER
DISC CANNOT BE
LOADED.
CAUSE
THE CAR IGNITION IS
NOT ON.
THE FUSE IS BLOWN.
REPLACE THE FUSE.
PRESENCE OF DISC
INSIDE THE PLAYER
REMOVE THE DISC IN THE PLAYER
THEN PUT A NEW UPWARD.
INSERT THE COMPACT DISC WITH THE
LABEL FACING
UPWARD.
CLEAN THE DISC OR TRY TO PLAY A
NEW ONE.
INSERTING THE DISC IN
UPSIDE DOWN.
DISC CANNOT BE
READ.
SOLUTION
IF THE POWER SUPPLY IS PROPERLY
CONNECTED TO THE CAR
ACCESSORY SWITCH THE IGNITION KEY
TO “ACC”.
COMPACT DISC IS
EXTREMELY DIRTY OR
DEFECTIVE.
TEMPERATURE INSIDE
THE CAR IS TOO HIGH.
COOL OFF UNTIL THE AMBIENT
TEMPERATURE RETURNS TO
NORMAL.
VOLUME IS IN MINIMUM.
ADJUST VOLUME TO A DESIRED LEVEL.
WIRING IS NOT
PROPERLY CONNECTED.
CHECK WIRING CONNECTION.
NO SOUND
THE OPERATION
KEYS DO NOT WORK.
SOUND SKIPS.
THE RADIO DOES
NOT WORK, THE
RADIO STATION
AUTOMATIC
SELECTION DOES
NOT WORK.
THE BUILT-IN
MICROCOMPUTER IS NOT
OPERATING PROPERLY
DUE TO NOISE.
FRONT PANEL IS NOT
PROPERLY FIX INTO ITS
PLACE.
THE INSTALLATION
ANGLE IS MORE THAN 30
DEGREES.
THE DISC IS EXTREMELY
DIRTY OR DEFECTIVE.
THE ANTENNA CABLE IS
NOT CONNECTED THE
SIGNALS ARE TOO WEAK.
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PRESS THE POWER BUTTON FOR
ABOUT 10 SECONDS
TO RESET THE UNIT.
ADJUST THE INSTALLATION ANGLE TO
LESS THAN 30
DEGREES.
CLEAN THE COMPACT DISC/TRY TO
PLAY A NEW ONE.
INSERT THE ANTENNA CABLE FIRMLY
SELECT A STATION
MANUALLY.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
General
Power supply:
Current consumption:
Maximum power output:
Compatible formats:
Dimensions (W x D x H) /
weight:
Working temperature
range:
ESP function:
11~16V DC
max. 10 A
52W x 4 channels (max)
DVD/SVCD/VCD/HDCD/MP3/MP4/VIDEO/CDDA/Picture
CDCD-R/-RW/DVD±R/±RW playback
165*178*50 mm/2 kg
-10℃ - +60℃
10 sec. for Audio CD, 120 sec. for MP3
TFT display
Screen size:
Resolution:
Aspect ratio:
Brightness:
7 inch
480*234 pixel
16:9
400 cd/㎡
FM Stereo Radio
Frequency range(EUROPE AREA):
Frequency range(SOUTH AMERICA AREA)
Frequency range(RUSSIA AREA)
Frequency range(U.S.A AREA)
Preset memory stations:
87.5 – 108MHz(Step 50KHz)
87.5 – 108MHz(Step 100kHz)
87.5 – 108MHz(Step 50KHz)
65-74MHz(Step 10KHz)
87.5 – 107.9MHz(Step 200KHz)
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AM/MW Radio
Frequency range(EUROPE AREA):
Frequency range(SOUTH AMERICA AREA)
Frequency range(RUSSIA AREA)
Frequency range(U.S.A AREA)
Preset memory stations:
522kHz - 1620 KHz(Step 9KHz)
520kHz - 1710 KHz(Step 10KHz)
522kHz - 1620 KHz(Step 9KHz)
530kHz - 1710 KHz(Step 10KHz)
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Audio Specification
Frequency response:
TV Color System
20 Hz-20 KHz
Color system NTSC/ PAL
Specifications are subject to change without notice. Mass and dimension are approximate.
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