PYLE Audio PLCD69MP Owner`s manual

PLCD69MP
OWNER’S MANUAL
Mobile Audio System
• PLL Synthesizer Stereo Radio
• Digital Compact Disc Player
• Automatically Memory Storing
• Hiding Panel
• Preset Equalization
• Auxiliary Input Function
• Remote Conrol
CONTENTS
Installation .....................................................................................................3
DIN Front-Mount (Method A) ..................................................................................3
Installing the unit ...............................................................................................3
Removing the unit .............................................................................................4
DIN Rear-Mount (Method B) ...................................................................................4
Using the Front Panel ...................................................................................5
Wiring Connection ........................................................................................6
Operation .......................................................................................................7
General Operation ..................................................................................................7
Radio Operation......................................................................................................9
CD Operation ........................................................................................................10
Remote Conrol ............................................................................................11
Specification................................................................................................14
Trouble Shooting .........................................................................................15
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INSTALLATION
Notes:
DIN FRONT-MOUNT (Method A)
• Choose the mounting location where
the unit will not interfere with the
normal driving function of the driver.
Installing the unit
1
2
• Before finally installing the unit,
connect the wiring temporarily and
make sure it is all connected up
properly and the unit and the system
work properly.
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• Use only the parts included with the
unit to ensure proper installation.
The use of unauthorized parts can
cause malfunctions.
(Fig. 1)
1. Dashboard
2. Holder
After inserting the holder into the
dashboard, select the appropriate tab
according to the thickness of the
dashboard material and bend them
inwards to secure the holder in place.
3. Screw
• Consult with your nearest dealer if
installation requires the drilling of holes
or other modifications of the vehicle.
• Install the unit where it does not get in
the driver’s way and cannot injure the
passenger if there is a sudden stop,
like an emergency stop.
1
• If installation angle exceeds 30˚ from
horizontal, the unit might not give its
optimum performance.
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30˚
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5
3
7
4
• 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 it would be
subject to dust, dirt or excessive
vibration.
(Fig. 2)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Dashboard
Nut (5mm)
Spring washer
Screw (5 x 25mm)
Screw
Strap
Be sure to use the strap to secure the
back of the unit in place. The strap
can be bent by hand to the desired
angle.
7. Plain washer
DIN FRONT/REAR-MOUNT
This unit can be properly installed either
from “Front” (conventional DIN Frontmount) or “Rear” (DIN Rear-mount
installation, utilizing threaded screw holes
at the sides of the unit chassis).
For details, refer to the following
illustrated installation methods.
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INSTALLATION
Removing the unit
1.
2.
3.
4.
Factory-installed radio bracket
Car radio mounting bracket
Screw
After aligning the car radio mounting
bracket with the factory-installed radio
bracket, tighten the screws (M5x4mm)
at 2 places on each side.
5. When fixing factory-installed radio
bracket with the screws, use a
standard-tipped screwdriver to pry the
tabs of the car radio mounting bracket
to make them fit into the holes in the
factory-installed radio bracket.
6. Movable panel frame
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2
3
1. Frame
2. Release Frame Key
Insert the release frame key into the
groove at the right side of the frame,
then prize out to remove the frame.
(You can also use the key to remove
the frame from the left side.)
3. Release Unit Key
After releasing the frame, insert the
release unit keys supplied with the
accessory into the grooves at both
sides of the unit as shown in figure
until they click. Pulling the keys
makes it possible to remove the unit
from the dashboard.
DIN REAR-MOUNT (Method B)
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1
2
4
6
5
Tab
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USING THE FRONT PANEL
1. When open the car lock (ACC ON),
the panel of the unit will change from
State 1 to State 2 (see below), the
hidden panel will turn up.
3. Then insert a disc in the disc slot, the
panel will automatically turn up to
State 2. Press (eject) button again,
the panel will turn down to eject the
disc. If you don’t insert a disc in
again, the panel will automatically turn
up about 10 seconds. If you don’t
want to wait, press (eject) button,
the panel will also turn up.
4. When lock the key (ACC OFF), the
front panel will change from State 2
to State 1.
State 1
State 2
2. Press (power) button to turn on the
unit. Then press (eject) button, the
panel will turn down to horizontal
position (see State 3).
State 3
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WIRING CONNECTION
MAIN UNIT
ANTENNA CONNECTOR
(GREEN)
FUSE
IGNITION RED
SWITCH (B+)
MEMORY
BACK-UP
GROUND (B–)
SUBWOOFER
CABLE
YELLOW
(GREY)
RCA CABLE
BLACK
Rch RED
Lch WHITE
POWER
ANTENNA
FRONT Lch
SPEAKER
REAR Lch
SPEAKER
BLUE
WHITE
GREY
WHITE/BLACK
GREY/BLACK
GREEN
VIOLET
GREEN/BLACK
VIOLET/BLACK
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FRONT Rch
SPEAKER
REAR Rch
SPEAKER
OPERATION
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13
4
11 10 26 17 25
12 18 19
8
20 21 14 22
9
15
6
3
24
1
7
2
23
5
the following order:
GENERAL OPERATION
Volume
• ON/OFF
When the hiding panel turns up (in
State 2), press button (9) to turn on
the unit. When system is on, press
button (9) to turn off the unit.
Bass
Treble
Balance
Fader
By pressing volume up button (11) or
volume down button (12), it is possible
to adjust the desired sound quality.
• LOUDNESS
Press LOU/BND button (13) for several
seconds to increase bass output and
display will show “LOUD”. Press it again
for several seconds to release this function.
• SOUND ADJUSTMENT
Press SEL button (10) to select the
desired adjustment mode.
The adjustment mode will change in
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OPERATION
• RESET
RESET button (25) must be activated
with either a ball point pen or thin metal
object. RESET button (25) is to be
activated for the following reasons:
• SET THE CLOCK
Press the DSP button (15), and the
clock is shown on the display.
Then hold down the button until the
clock flashes. Then press the
MANU/SKIP button (17) to change
hours or MANU/SKIP button (16) to
change minutes.
- Initial installation of the unit when all
wiring is completed.
- All the function buttons do not
operate.
• SELECT MODE
Press MOD button (6) to choose
desired listening mode.
(e.g. radio mode to CD mode to
AUX IN mode)
- Error symbol on the display.
Note: If press RESET button (25), the
unit can’t work yet, please use a cotton
swab soaked in isopropyl alcohol to
clean the socket on the back of the
front panel.
• MUTE
Press MUT button (2) to silence the
receiver. Press it again to release the
mode.
• LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY
Exhibit current frequency and activated
functions on the display (8).
• EQUALIZATION
Press EQ button (23) to turn on
equalization function and to select
desired audio mode. There are five
kinds of mode as below:
FLAT
CLASSIC
POP M
ROCK M
DSP OFF
• AUXILIARY INPUT
The unit can be connected to a
portable audio player through the AUX
IN jack (7).
• REMOTE SENSOR
Point the remote control handset to
the remote sensor IR (26).
Press the function keys on the handset
to control the system.
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OPERATION
• AUTOMATICALLY MEMORY
STORING & PROGRAM SCANNING
RADIO OPERATION
- Automatic Memory Storing
Press AMS button (18) for several
seconds, the radio searches from
the current frequency and checks
the signal strength level until one
cycle search is finished.
And then 6 strongest stations are
stored into the corresponding preset
number button.
• BAND SELECTION
At tuner mode, press LOU/BND button
(13) shortly to select the desired band.
The reception band will change in the
following order:
FM1
FM2
FM3
AM
• STATION SELECTION
Press MANU/SKIP button (16) or
MANU/SKIP button (17) shortly to
activate automatic seek function.
Press for several seconds until
“MANUAL” appeared on the display,
the manual tuning mode is selected.
If both buttons have not pressed for
several seconds, they will return to
seek tuning mode and “AUTO”
appeared on the display.
- Program Scanning
Press AMS button (18) shortly to
scan the preset station. When the
field strength level is more than the
threshold level of stop level, the radio
is holding at that preset number for
several seconds with releasing mute,
then searches again.
• STATION STORING
Press any one of the preset buttons
(14) (M1 to M6) to select a station
which had been stored in the memory.
Press this button for several seconds,
current station is stored into the
number button.
• LOCAL/DISTANCE
Press LOC button (3) to select
between local and distant stations.
Local setting for reception of strong
station, and a distant setting for
reception of weaker stations.
• MONO/STEREO
Press MON button (1) to select mono
or stereo mode. You can sometimes
improve reception of distant stations
by selecting mono operation.
• SCAN
Press SCN button (24) to set function
to scan mode, which scanning to
higher frequency station with
receivable signal and keep on each
station for several seconds.
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OPERATION
CD OPERATION
• CD OPEN/CLOSE/EJECT
When the front panel is in State 2 and
the unit is on, press (eject) button (4),
the panel will change into State 3 and
display the disc slot (5). Then insert a
disc into the slot, the panel will
automatically turn up. Press (eject)
button (4) again to eject the disc.
And after about 10 seconds, the panel
will turn up.
• SELECT TRACKS
Press MANU/SKIP button (16) or
MANU/SKIP button (17) to move to
the previous track or the following
track. Track number shows on display.
Hold MANU/SKIP button (16) or
MANU/SKIP button (17) to fast
reverse or fast forward. CD play starts
from when you release the button.
• PAUSE PLAYING
Press PAU button (19) to pause CD
player. Press it again to resume play.
• REPEAT THE SAME TRACK
Press RPT button (21) to continuously
repeat the same track. Press it again
to stop repeat.
• PREVIEW ALL TRACKS
Press SCN button (20) to play first
several seconds of each track on the
current disc. Press again to stop intro
and listen to track.
• PLAY ALL TRACKS IN RANDOM
Press SHF button (22) to play all tracks
on CD in random order. Press again
to cancel the function.
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OPERATION
REMOTE CONTROL HANDSET
1
7
4
3
8
9
6
5
13
2
12
10
11
14
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FUNCTION KEYS & CONTROL
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
PWR
DSP (0)
SEL
VOL
VOL
BND (ENTER)
MOD (7)
TUNE/SEEK
TUNE/SEEK
AMS (MP3)
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=
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11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
M1 - M6
PAU
SCN
RPT
SHF
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Power ON/OFF Button
Display Button (_, -, +, 0)
Select Button (Character Shift Right)
Volume Up Button [Charater Select (A, B~8,9,0)]
Volume Down Button [Charater Select (A, B~8,9,0)]
Band Select Button (Enter Button)
Mode Button (S, T, U,7)
Tune/Seek Down Button (V, W, X, 8)
Tune/Seek Up Button (Y, Z, SPACE, 9)
Automatic Storing & Program Scanning Button
(Mode Select Button)
Preset Buttons (A~R, 1~6)
Pause Button (A, B, C, 1)
Scanning Button (D, E, F, 2)
Repeat Button (G, H, I, 3)
Shuffle Button (J, K, L, 4)
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OPERATION
• Press DSP button, ID3 TAG is
displayed by this key if available,
supported TAG is Songname, Artist,
Album, Year, Comments. If not
available, there is displayed bellows
some words in LCD Unknown
Songname, Unknown Artist, No
Album Title, Unknown Year, No
Comments also if not available ID3
TAG, NO ID3 TAG is displayed after
Comments is displayed, File name is
displayed during pass some intervals
or pressed key. (FOR WITH MP3 ID3
FUNCTION VERSION ONLY)
MP3 OPERATION (FOR WITH MP3
OPERATION VERSION ONLY)
During MP3 operation, these buttons
serve the followings:
1. “Searching track directly” in Digital
Audio CD.
2. “Searching File Name” in Digital Audio
CD.
3. “Searching File or directory” by file
directory structure in Digital Audio CD.
AMS button is assigned as Digital Audio
Mode selection button in single CDP
mode. When pressed, it is activated as
selecting each mode of Digital Audio.
“Searching track directly” –> “Searching
File Name” –> “Searching File or
directory”
KEY Assigned IN Searching mode (Table 1)
• Press AMS(MP3) button for one time.
It enters into “Searching track directly”
in Digital Audio CD.
The unit searches the track selected
by following buttons:
M1-M6, MOD(7), MANU/SKIP DOWN
(8), MANU/SKIP UP(9), DSP(0).
• Press AMS(MP3) button for two
times. It enters into “Searching File
Name” in Digital Audio CD.
The unit searches files and directories
which have the same character which
is inputted by the user.
The unit shows these sorted files and
directories by all the buttons listed on
the Table 1 below.
The selected file can be played by
pushing LOU/BND(ENTER) button.
AMS
Mode Select
LOU/BND
ENTER
M1
A, B, C, 1
M2
D, E, F, 2
M3
G, H, I, 3
M4
J, K, L, 4
M5
M, N, O, 5/10
TRACK DOWN
M6
P, Q, R, 6/10
TRACK UP
MOD
S, T, U, 7
MANU/SKIP DOWN V, W, X, 8
• Press AMS(MP3) button for three
times. It enters into “Searching File
or directory” by file directory structure
in Digital Audio CD.
The unit searches files or directory in
file directory structure by MANU/SKIP
UP/DOWN buttons.
The selected file can be played by
pushing LOU/BND(ENTER) button.
MANU/SKIP UP
Y, Z, SPACE, 9
SEL
CHARACTER
SHIFT RIGHT
DSP
_, –, +, 0
VOLUME UP/DOWN CHARACTER SELECT
(A, B......8, 9, 0)
M5 and M6 is assigned as 10 TRACK
when Normal play and Searching File or
directory.
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OPERATION
• For a non-MP3 file, even though the
file name extension is “.MP3”, the unit
cannot recognize it.
Note:
A. Notes on discs:
• Attempting to use non-standard shape
discs (e.g. square, start, heart) may
damage the unit. Be sure to use round
shape CD discs only for this unit.
• Do not stick paper or tape etc., onto
the label side or the recording side of
any discs, as it may cause a
malfunction.
• Dirt, dust, scratches and warping discs
will cause misoperation.
D. Notes on multi session disc:
• If the first track of the first session is
audio CD data, then the unit will play
only the audio CD data.
• When the first track of the first session
is not audio CD data, but MP3 file is in
the disc, then only MP3 files will be
played back and other data (including
CD data) is skipped.
• For recording status other than above
2 situations, the unit may not play
properly. Be sure to avoid this case.
B. Notes on CD-Rs (recordable
CDs)/CD-RWs (rewritable CDs):
• Be sure to use discs with following
marks only for the unit to play:
Recordable
Rewritable
• The unit cannot play a CD-R and
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 finalization process).
• Depending on the recording status,
conditions of the disc and the
equipment used for the recording,
some CD-Rs/CD-RWs may not be
played on this unit. (See *)
* To have more reliable play back, please
see following recommendations:
- Use CD-RWs with speed 1x to 4x
and write with speed 1x to 2x.
- Use CD-Rs with speed 1x to 8x and
write with speed 1x to 2x.
- Do not play a CD-RW which has
been written for more than 5 times.
C. Notes on MP3 files (MP3 Version
Only):
• The disc must be in the ISO9660 level
1 or level 2 format, or Joliet or Romeo
in the expansion format.
• When naming a MP3 file, be sure the
file name extension is “.MP3”.
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SPECIFICATION
GENERAL
Power Supply Requirements
Chassis Dimensions
Tone Controls
- Bass (at 100 Hz)
- Treble (at 10 KHz)
Maximum Output Power
Current Drain
: DC 12 Volts, Negative Ground
: 178 (W) x 165 (D) x 50 (H)
:
:
:
:
± 10 dB
± 10 dB
4 x 60 Watts
15 Ampere (max.)
CD PLAYER
Signal to Noise Ratio
Channel Separation
Frequency Response
: More than 55 dB
: More than 50 dB
: 20 Hz - 20 KHz
RADIO
FM
87.5 to 107.9 MHz
10.7 MHz
3 µV
> 30 dB
Frequency Coverage
IF
Sensitivity (S/N = 30 dB)
Stereo Separation
:
:
:
:
Frequency Coverage
IF
Sensitivity (S/N = 20 dB)
AM
: 530 to 1710 KHz
: 450 KHz
: 32 dBu
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