Magnadyne M3200CD Specifications

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Installation and
Operations Manual
EJECT
POWER
VOLUME
MUTE
LOC
ST
LOU
AUX
AMS
1
BAND
AF TA TP PTY
2
3
4
INTRO
REPEAT
SHUFFLE
5
CD -
6
CD +
MON
SCAN
DSP
EQ
LOUD
MODE
M3200CD
AM / FM and CD Stereo Receiver
with CD Changer Control
®
A Registered Trademark of Magnadyne Corporation
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Introduction
Your new M3200CD indash entertainment system has been designed to give you many years of listening
pleasure. Take a moment to read through this manual and become familiar with the operations and features
of this outstanding product.
It is advisable to keep this manual in your vehicle so it is readily available for reference. Be sure to fill out
and send in your warranty card to ensure that you receive the full benefits of warranty repair in the unlikely
event that your system will need service. We are confident that you will thoroughly enjoy your new mobile
entertainment system.
Location and Function of Controls at a Glance
EJECT
POWER
VOLUME
MUTE
LOC
ST
LOU
AUX
AMS
1
2
3
4
INTRO
REPEAT
SHUFFLE
16
BAND
AF TA TP PTY
5
CD -
6
CD +
24
1
25
14
16
15
19
5
13
8
9
7
12
11
10
2
MON
SCAN
DSP
EQ
LOUD
MODE
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Location and Function of Controls at a Glance
1. Power On/Off: Turns the unit on and off.
2. Infrared Sensor: Receives the signals from the remote control allowing you to adjust the basic
functions of this unit.
3. Auxiliary Input Jack: Allows you to listen to an auxiliary input audio source, such as a portable MP3
player or cassette player.
4. Audio Control Knob: Adjusts the Volume, Bass, Treble, Balance and Fader.
5. AMS Button: Automatic memory storing and preset scan.
6. Reset Button: Resets the microprocessor.
7. Radio Recall Button 1:
Radio: Recalls memorized radio station. Programs a radio station into memory.
8. Multi-Function Button 2 - Intro:
Radio: Recalls a memorized radio station, and programs a radio station into memory.
CD: Plays the first ten seconds of each track.
9. Multi-Function Button 3 - Repeat:
Radio: Recalls a memorized radio station, and programs a radio station into memory.
CD: Continuously repeats the same track.
10. Multi-Function Button 4 - Shuffle:
Radio: Recalls a memorized radio station, and programs a radio station into memory.
CD: Plays all tracks on the current disc in random order.
11. Multi-Function Button 5 - CD – :
Radio: Recalls a memorized radio station, and programs a radio station into memory.
CD: Selects the preceding disc in external CD changer.
12. Multi-Function Button 6 - CD + :
Radio: Recalls a memorized radio station, and programs a radio station into memory.
CD: Selects the next disc in external CD changer.
13. Band / Loud Button:
Radio: Selects the desired radio band in the following order: F1, F2, F3, AM.
Radio / CD: Enhances high frequency and low frequency sound quality.
14. Mode Button: Selects between tuner, CD player, auxiliary input and CD changer modes.
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Location and Function of Controls at a Glance
15. Play / Pause Button: Starts / pauses disc play.
Mute Button: Mutes audio level.
16. Tack Up / Track Down Buttons: Adjusts the radio frequency, changes CD tracks and sets the clock.
17. Equalizer: Selects preprogrammed equalizer settings in the following order:
FLAT, CLASSICS, POP M (Pop), and ROCK M (Rock).
18. Display Button: Displays the frequency momentarily, then will revert to displaying the time.
19. Radio Scan Button: Scans up for next strong station, then pauses 5 seconds and scans up again.
Once the desired station is found, press the scan button again play that station.
20. Mono: Changes the unit from Mono to Stereo.
21. Eject Button: Ejects the disc from the CD Slot.
22. CD Slot: Insert a CD into slot with label facing up.
23. Display Area: Displays radio, clock and CD functions.
24. Audio Control Buttons: Adjusts the Volume, Bass, Treble, Balance and Fader.
25. Audio Control Selector: Selects the Volume, Bass, Treble, Balance and Fader controls.
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Radio Operation
Select a Band
In Tuner Mode, press the “BAND” button (13) to
select the desired band in the following order: F1,
F2, F3 and AM. Each band can store up to six preset stations.
Preset Scan: Scan stations stored in the current band.
Select a band (if needed). Press the AMS button (5)
momentarily. The radio pauses for five seconds at
each preset station. When desired station is reached,
press the AMS button again to stop scanning.
Tuning
Automatic Search Tuning: Press the “TRACK
DOWN” or “TRACK UP” (16) button to move to
the next or previous station automatically.
Preset Stations
Six numbered preset buttons store and recall stations for each band.
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Manual Tuning: Press and hold the “TACK
DOWN” or “TRACK UP” button (16) for more than
4 seconds then release, MANUAL will appear in
the display area. Then press and release the
“TRACK DOWN” OR “TRACK UP” button (16)
until desired frequency is selected. The unit will
default back to AUTO tuning mode after 5 seconds of no button activity.
Automatic Memory Store: Selects six strong stations and stores them in the current band. Select
a band (if needed). Press and hold the button
“AMS” button (5) for more than three seconds.
The new stations replace stations already stored
in that band.
2
3
4
INTRO
REPEAT
SHUFFLE
5
CD -
6
CD +
Select a band (if needed). Select a station by
pressing the “TRACK DOWN” or “TRACK UP”
(16) button. Press and hold any of the preset buttons for three seconds to memorize the station.
The preset number will appear in the display.
Recall a Station
Select a band (if needed). Press one of the six
preset buttons to select a stored station.
Mono/Stereo
Changes FM radio reception from Mono (MONO
will be displayed) to Stereo (STEREO will be displayed).
Sound Controls
Audio Control Knob
By pressing the audio control knob (4), the modes
will be displayed in the following order: Volume,
Bass, Treble, Balance and Fader.
Volume
Turn the Audio Control Knob (4) clockwise to
increase the volume and counterclockwise to
decrease the volume.
Bass
Press Audio Control Knob (4) two times. Turn the
Audio Control Knob clockwise to increase the
bass and counterclockwise to decrease the bass.
Treble
Press Audio Control Knob (4) button three times.
Turn the Audio Control Knob clockwise to
increase the treble and counterclockwise to
decrease the treble.
Balance
Press Audio Control Knob (4) button four times.
Turn the Audio Control Knob clockwise to
increase the balance to the right and counterclockwise to increase the balance to the left.
Fader
Press Audio Control Knob (4) button five times.
Turn the Audio Control Knob clockwise to
increase the balance to the front speakers and
counterclockwise to increase the balance to the
rear speakers.
Loud
Enhances high frequency and low frequency
sound quality. Press and hold the button
“BAND/LOUD” button (13) for more than one
second. Either “LOUD ON” or “LOUD OFF” will
appear in the display. Select the desired mode.
Equalizer
Press “EQ” button (17) to select preprogrammed
equalizer settings in the following order: FLAT,
CLASSICS, POP M (Pop), and ROCK M (Rock).
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General Operations
Power
Press the “POWER” button (1) to turn the unit
On/Off.
Audio Beep
Press and hold the Audio Control knob (4) for 3
seconds. Either BEEP OFF or BEEP ON will appear
in the display. Rotate the Audio Control knob for
the desired mode:
BEEP OFF = No beeps when buttons are pushed.
BEEP ALL = Beeps when any button is pushed.
Mute
Press the “MUTE” button (15) to mute audio
level. Press again to release this function.
Setting the Clock
Press the “DISP” button (18) so the clock is displayed. Press the button again and hold for 3 seconds until the time flashes, then release. Then
press the “TRACK DOWN” button (16) to adjust
the minutes, or press the “TRACK UP” button to
adjust the hours.
Auxiliary Input Jack (Front Panel)
Plug an audio device into this jack (3). This
allows you to listen to an auxiliary audio source
(MP3 player, portable cassette player, etc).
Connect the proper cable (not supplied with this
unit). Press the “MODE” button (14) to access
the auxiliary audio device in Auxiliary Input Mode.
Auxiliary Input Mode
Press the “MODE” button (14) to access the auxiliary audio device in Auxiliary Input Mode. “AUX”
will be displayed.
External CD Changer Input Mode
Press the “MODE” button (14) to access an
External CD Changer Input Mode, “CDC” will be
displayed (only available if an external CD changer is plugged into 6-Pin DIN connector).
CD Player Operation
Inserting and Ejecting a CD
Push a CD into the CD Slot, label side up, and the
CD will begin to play.
Press the “EJECT” button (21) to stop CD play
and eject the CD from the slot.
Select Tracks
Press the “TRACK DOWN” or “TRACK UP” button
(16) for less than a second to move to the previous or next track. The track number appears in
the Display Area.
Fast Forward and Fast Reverse
Press the “TRACK DOWN” or “TRACK UP” button
(16) for more than one second to fast forward or
fast reverse. CD play starts from when you
release the button.
Pause Disc Play
Press the “PAUSE” button (15) to pause CD play.
Press it again to resume play.
Mode Button
Press the “MODE” button (14) while in CD Mode
to change to Radio, Auxiliary or CD Changer
Mode.
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Repeat the Same Track
Press the “REPEAT” button (9) to continuously
repeat the same track. Press it again to stop
Repeat.
Play All Tracks in Random Order
Press the “SHUFFLE” button (10) to play all
tracks on the current CD in random order. Press
it again to stop playing in random order.
Intro Scan
Press the “INTRO” button (8) to play the first ten
seconds of each track. Press it again to stop Intro
Scan and listen to the track.
Notes on CD-Rs and CD-RWs
• The unit cannot play a CD-RW that is not finalized
(please refer to the manual of your CD-R/CD-RW
recorder or CD-R/CD-RW software for more
information on the finalizing process).
• This unit will not play MP3 music or WMA music
recorded on any CD-R or CD-RW disc.
• Be sure to only use discs with the following labels
in this unit:
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Specialty Features
Reset Button
The radio panel or LCD display may fail to function normally due to the vehicle’s battery condition, and may require resetting the radio microprocessor if:
• The vehicle has been “jump started” from a dead
battery condition
• The vehicle battery becomes very low and is
quick-charged
• The vehicle battery is removed and replaced
POWER
VOLUME
LOU
AMS
1
2
3
INTRO
REPEAT
Should this condition occur, simply press and
release the RESET button on the radio panel
using the tip of a ball point pen. This will reset the
radio microprocessor to the original factory settings. After pressing the RESET button you
should recheck to see if the radio functions normally. All station programming should remain,
but you will have to reset the clock. Should the
LCD display area show any abnormal error code,
please refer to the trouble shooting guide and
solution chart below.
Error Code Problem
Description
ERR 1
Mechanism Problem Unknown mechanical
problem with the CD
mechanism.
ERR 2
TOC Reading Error
Laser can not read the
CD disc table of
contents.
Possible Remedy
1. Eject the disc and try another.
2. Press the reset button.
3. Replace the unit.
1. Insert a different disc.
2. Check disc for excessive scratches.
3. Check disc for dirt and fingerprints.
Clean disc and reinsert.
ERR 3
Error from High
Ambient Temp.
The temperature of the
mechanism is too high
to play CDs without
damaging them.
Reduce the temperature inside the vehicle
and try to play a CD at a later time.
ERR 4
Laser Focus Error
Laser pickup fails to
1. Insert a different disc.
focus and read the disc. 2. Check disc for excessive scratches.
3. Check disc for dirt and fingerprints.
Clean disc and reinsert.
4. Press the reset button.
ERR 6
CD Loading Error
The loading mechanism 1. Push the reset button.
is damaged.
2. Replace the unit.
ERR 7
Laser Servo Error
Laser servo is not
functional.
1. Press the reset button.
2. Replace the unit.
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Installation Procedures
Step 1: The radio chassis is designed to be “Sleeve
Mounted” through a opening in the dashboard panel.
The required opening size is 182mm (7-3/16") x
84mm (3-5/16"). Cut or enlarged an opening in the
dashboard to accommodate the mounting sleeve.
Step 2: If you are replacing an existing factory
installed radio, an adapter harness might be available for your vehicle to eliminate the need for cutting your factory wiring. Contact Radio Shack or
other car stereo installation centers for the availability of a harness for your vehicle.
Gray Cable with Red/White RCA Connectors:
Provides Left and Right Channel audio signal output
for input to an additional amplifier.
Note 1: This unit is designed to connect to (4) four
speakers. If the installation only requires (2) two
speakers, use the White and Gray wire sets to connect the speakers.
Note 2: If installation angle exceeds 30 degrees
from horizontal, the unit might not give its optimum
performance.
Step 3: Insert the mounting sleeve into the hole in
the dashboard. Bend the metal tabs on the sleeve to
secure the mounting sleeve to the dashboard.
Step 4: Bring all wiring for the connection of the unit
(including the antenna) through the center of the
mounting sleeve. Connect the wiring as follows:
Yellow Wire: Connect this wire to a constant +12
volt power source (a power source that is not controlled by the ignition key).
Red Wire (w/Fuse): Connect this wire to a switched
+12 volt power source (a power source turned on
and off by the ignition key).
Blue Wire: Connect this wire to the (+) power
antenna activation circuit. If no power antenna
exists, tape-off the end of this wire to prevent shorting out the unit.
Note 3: Avoid installing the unit where it would be
subject to high temperature, such as from direct sunlight, or from hot air, from the heater, or where is
would be subject to dust, dirt or excessive vibration.
Remove Transportation Screws: Before installing
the unit, please remove the two screws shown in the
illustration below.
Remove Transportation
Screws Before
Installation
Black Wire: Connect this wire to the frame of the
vehicle (ground). This wire is the chassis grounding
wire for the unit.
White Wire: Connect this wire to the Left Front
Speaker (+) positive terminal or wire.
White Wire with Black Stripe: Connect this wire to the
Left Front Speaker (-) negative terminal or wire.
Green Wire with Black Stripe: Connect this wire to the
Left Rear Speaker (-) negative terminal or wire.
Green Wire: Connect this wire to the Left Rear
Speaker (+) positive terminal or wire.
Gray Wire: Connect this wire to the Right Front
Speaker (+) positive terminal or wire.
Gray Wire with Black Stripe: Connect this wire to the
Right Front Speaker (-) negative terminal or wire.
Purple Wire with Black Stripe: Connect this wire to the
Right Rear Speaker (-) negative terminal or wire.
Purple Wire: Connect this wire to the Right Rear
Speaker (+) positive terminal or wire.
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WARNING!
Any wires left unconnected must be taped-off
or capped-off to prevent shorting.
DO NOT connect speaker ground wires together.
DO NOT connect speaker ground wires to the
chassis of the vehicle.
DO NOT connect front and rear speaker wires
together.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW ANY OF THESE WARNINGS WILL RESULT IN DAMAGE TO THIS
UNIT AND VOIDS THE WARRANTY.
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Wiring Diagram
M3200CD
8-Pin Din
Connector
External
CD Changer
Antenna Socket
Red Wire Ignition Switch (+12v in )
Yellow Wire Battery (+12v in)
Red
Right
Channel
Black Wire Ground (B-)
Blue Wire Power Antenna (Switched 12v out)
Audio Line Output
White
Left
Channel
Left
Front
Speaker
White Wire
Gray Wire
White Wire with Black Stripe
Gray Wire with Black Stripe
Left
Rear
Speaker
Green Wire
Violet Wire
Green Wire with Black Stripe
Violet Wire with Black Stripe
Right
Front
Speaker
Right
Rear
Speaker
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Audio Line Out Connection
Cable Not Supplied
M3200CD
Optional
Amplifier
Red (Right)
White (Left)
CD Changer Connection
M3200CD
Black
Male/Male
(Supplied with CD Changer)
CD Changer
Final Installation - Method A
Sheet Metal
Screw
Nut
Washer
Metal Strap
Push Out Mounting
Sleeve Tabs
Dashboard
Mounting Sleeve
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EQ
Removing the Unit from Dashboard:
1. Remove the metal strap holding the back
of the radio chassis.
2. Insert the removal keys into the small
slots on the left and right side of
chassis panel.
3. Push the removal keys until they
engage the release levers.
4. Pull the unit out.
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Removal Keys
EQ
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Final Installation - Method B
DIN Rear-Mount
If your vehicle is a Nissan or Toyota, follow these mounting instructions:
Use the screw holes marked T (Toyota),
N (Nissan) located on both sides of the
unit to fasten the unit to the factory radio
mounting brackets supplied with your
vehicle.
To fasten the unit to the factory radio
mounting brackets.
1. Use a screwdriver to loosen the hook’s
screws on the front left and right
sides of the unit and remove the
hooks.
2. Align the screw holes on the bracket
with the screw holes on the unit, and
then tighten the screws (5 x 5mm) on
each side.
Side View Showing
Screw Holes Marked
T, N
Factory Radio
Mounting Bracket
Screw
Screw
Hook
Dashboard or Console
Note: The outer trim ring, sleeve and the
metal strap are not used for Method B
installation.
Specifications
CD Player
Signal/Noise Ratio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . > 86 dB
Frequency Response . . . . . . . . 20 Hz – 20 kHz
Channel Separation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . > 65 dB
D/A Converter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Bit/CH
FM Tuner
Tuner Range . . . . . . . . . . . . 87.5 – 107.9 MHz
FM Mono Sensitivity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 dBf
50 dB Quieting Sensitivity (Stereo) . . . . 16 dBf
Stereo Separation @ 1 kHz . . . . . . . . . . 40 dB
AM Tuner
Tuner Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 530 – 1720 kHz
Amplifier
Total System Power . . . . . . . . 160 Watts Peak
Power Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 x 40W
General
Power Supply . . 11-16 VDC, Negative Ground
Speaker Output Impedance . . . . . . 4 – 8 Ohms
Fuse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Amp Fast Blow ATO
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7" x 7" x 2"
. . . .178 mm (W) x 178 mm (D) x 55 mm (H)
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Warranty
ONE (1) YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Magnadyne Corporation or its authorized agents will within one year from the date of sale to
you, repair, replace or refund the retail sales price of said product or any part thereof, at the
option of the Magnadyne Corporation or its authorized agents, if said product or part is found
defective in materials or workmanship, when properly connected and operating on the correct power requirements designated for the specific product. This warranty and Magnadyne
Corporation or its authorized agents obligations hereunder do not apply where the product
was; damaged while in the possession of the consumer, subjected to unreasonable or unintended use, not reasonably maintained, utilized in commercial or industrial operations, or serviced by anyone other than Magnadyne Corporation or its authorized agents, or where the
warning seal on the product is broken or the power and/or plugs are detached from the unit.
Magnadyne Corporation or any of its authorized agents will not assume any labor costs for
the removal and reinstallation of any product found to be defective, or the cost of transportation to Magnadyne Corporation or its authorized agents. Such cost are the sole responsibility of the purchaser.
This warranty does not cover the cabinet appearance items or accessories used in connection with this product, or any damage to recording or recording tape, or any damage to the
products resulting from improper installation, alteration, accident, misuse, abuse or acts of
nature.
MAGNADYNE CORPORATION OR ITS AUTHORIZED AGENTS SHALL NOT BE LIABLE TO
ANYONE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES OR CLAIMS EXCEPT THOSE
ACCORDED BY LAW. NO EXPRESSED WARRANTY OR IMPLIED WARRANTY IS GIVEN
EXCEPT THOSE SET FORTH HEREIN. NO IMPLIED WARRANTY SHALL EXTEND BEYOND
ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE OF SALE.
This warranty extends only to the original purchaser of the product and is not
transferable. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, and
some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages,
so the above limitations or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific
legal rights, and you may have other rights that vary from state to state.
Defective merchandise should be returned to the original point of purchase or
secondly, to:
Magnadyne Corporation
1111 W. Victoria Street
Compton CA 90220
www.magnadyne.com
Return Authorization must be obtained before sending, or merchandise may be refused.
© Copyright 2005 Magnadyne Corporation
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