MCD771 manual
Safety Precautions
Thank you for purchasing this product.
Please read through these operating
instructions so you will know how to operate
your model properly. After you have finished
reading the instructions, keep this manual in
a safe place for future reference.
Never expose this unit, amplifier, and
speakers to moisture or water for preventing
electric sparks or fires.
Only connect the unit to a 12-volt power
supply with negative grounding.
Please don't change the fuse on the power
cord without professional guidance, using
improper fuse may cause damage to this unit
or even cause fire.
Never install this unit where the operation &
condition for safety driving is restrained.
MUTE
OK
Please power off this unit at once and send it
back to the after-sales service center or the
dealer/distributor you purchased from if one
of the following symptoms is found:
MUTE
MUTE
OK
OK
MUTE
OK
Never use the video display function in the
front when driving to prevent the violation of
laws & regulations and also to reduce the
risk of traffic accident except using for rear
view video camera.
MUTE
OK
(a). No audio output;
(b). No image output;
(c). Water or other obstacle enters the unit;
(d). Smoking;
(e). Peculiar smell.
MUTE
MUTE
OK
OK
To provide a clear demonstration and an
alternative for easy understanding of the
operation of this unit, graphic illustration
was used. However, this illustration is not
necessary printed as the actual image found
on the unit.
MUTE
To ensure safe driving, please adjust the
volume to a safe & comfort level in case of
emergency situations.
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Safety Information
Contents
Caution
Safety Precautions.......................................... 1
Safety Information........................................... 2
Features.......................................................... 3
Panel Controls................................................. 4
Remote Controls............................................. 5
USB/SD/MMC/MP3 Playback......................... 6
Basic Operation............................................... 7
Rotary Knob Menu.....................................8-10
Radio Mode................................................... 11
RDS (Radio Data System)............................12
Disc Mode................................................13-16
Device Connections.................................17-19
Installation Guide.....................................19-21
Anti-Theft System.......................................... 21
Troubleshooting............................................. 22
Care and Maintainance................................. 23
Specifications................................................ 24
This product is a CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT.
Use of controls or adjustments or performance
of procedures other than those specified
herein may result in hazardous radiation
exposure. Do not open covers and do not
repair yourself. Refer servicing to qualified
personnel.
Two Laser Products
Wave length: CD: 780nm DVD: 650nm
Laser power: No hazardous radiation is
emitted with safety protection.
To reduce the risk of fire electric shock, and
annoying interference, use only the included
components.
Caution of Disc Using
1. Never insert a 3-inch ( 8cm ) CD contained
in the adapter or an irregularly shaped
CD. The unit may not be able to eject it,
resulting in a malfunction.
2. Disc Cleaning. Use a dry, soft cloth to wipe
the disc from center to edge, only neutral
detergent can be used.
3. When playing a new disc. New disc may
have some rough spots around the inner
and outer edges. If such a disc is used,
remove these rough spots with a pencil or
ball-point pen, etc.
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Features
DVD-R/RW Compatibility
and/or other networks or in other electronic
content distribution systems, such as payaudio or audio-on-dem and applications.
An independent license for such use is
required. For details, please visit http://www.
mp3licensing.com.
It is possible to playback DVD-R/RW discs
recorded with the video format and Video
Recording format.
Video CDs Featuring PBC
Compatibility
Button Operation Explanations
It is possible to playback Video CDs featuring
PBC (playback control).
Some frequent operations
1) Move cursor
WMA and MP3 Compatibility
It is possible to playback WMA and MP3 files.
About WMA
The unit can playback WMA data.
Windows Media and the Windows logo are
trade marks or registered trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation in the United States
and/or other countries.
This unit may not operate correctly depending
on the application used to encode WMA files.
Note:
In Setting mode, the VOL knob has the same
function as the / button to select setting
items.
2) Confirm
About MP3
Supply of this product only conveys a license
for private, non-commercial use and does not
convey a license nor imply any right to use
this product in any commercial (i.e.revenuegenerating) realtime broadcasting (terrestrial,
satellite, cable and/or any other media),
broad-casting/streaming via internet, intranets
Press the
panel.
button to open the
Music Card Slot
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Panel Controls
Power on/off: Press
to turn on/off the unit.
1. Panel open
2. - Play/Pause (in DVD, CD and MP3/WMA
modes)
- Band switch: FM1-FM2-FM3-FM (OIRT)MW1- MW2 (in Radio mode)
- RDS program type (press and hold more
than 2 seconds, in Radio mode)
3. - Press to navigate up among option items
(in DVD, CD and MP3/WMA modes)
- Play the previous preset radio station (in
Radio mode)
4. Mute
5. 3 inch TFT display
6. Power on/off
7. - Short press to select playing mode:
• Radio
• Disc (when disc inserted)
• USB (when USB inserted)
• SD (when SD/MMC inserted)
• AV (front audio & video input. External
peripheral devices with RCA audio and
video outputs can be connected with the
unit.)
- Long press to return to main source menu
when in any mode, then use navigate
button to select the desired mode, and
press OK button to confirm.
8. - Preset scan (press briefly, in Radio mode)
- Auto preset (press more than 2 seconds,
in Radio mode)
- Stop (in CD, MP3/WMA, and DVD video
mode)
9. - Search the previous station manually,
and each press to seek step by step
(press briefly, in Radio mode).
- Search the previous station automatically
(press more than 2 seconds, in Radio
mode).
- Press to search the previous track or
chapter (in CD, MP3/WMA, and DVD
video mode).
- Fast backward by 2, 4, 8, 20 step (press
more than 2 seconds, in CD, MP3/WMA
and DVD video mode).
- Press to navigate left among option items
10. - Rotate the knob to adjust volume level
- Press to select Audio/video Setting, and
rotate the knob to adjust level.
- Press more than 2 seconds to Setting
menu.
11. - Press to navigate down among option
items (in DVD, CD and MP3/WMA modes)
- Play the next preset radio station (in
Radio mode)
12. - Search the next station manually, and
each press to seek step by step (press
briefly, in Radio mode).
- Search the next station automatically
(press more than 2 seconds, in Radio
mode).
- Search the next track or chapter (in CD,
MP3/WMA, and DVD video mode).
- Fast forward by 2, 4, 8, 20 step (press
more than 2 seconds, in CD, MP3/WMA
and DVD video mode).
- Press to navigate right among option
items
13. Cancel source select menu and return to
previous menu
14. - Confirm operation
- Stop auto seeking (in Radio mode)
15. Remote sensor
16. USB port
17. AV in
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Remote Controls
Press
- AMS: Search and store stations
automatically
22. - DVD audio
- VCD audio L/R/ST
23. - DISP: Display time/clock (Video mode)
- ESC: Return to previous menu
24. Angle (DVD only)
25. - Video system PAL/NTSC/AUTO
- Radio band (in Radio mode)
to turn on/off the unit.
Remote Control Operating Range
The remote control can operate within a
distance of 3~5m.
Replacing the lithium battery
When the range of operation of the card
remote control becomes short or no function,
replace the lithium battery with a new one.
Make sure the battery polarity replacement is
correct.
1. Pull out the battery holder while pressing
the stopper.
2. Insert the button-type lithium battery with
the (+) mark facing upward. Insert the battery
holder into the remote control.
1. Zoom (DVD/VCD only)
2. Title (DVD only)
3. Power on/off
4. Setup
5. Menu cursor
6. Enter
7. Program
8. Digit area
9. Select Audio/Video Setting, then rotate the
knob to adjust level.
10. Volume
11. Mute
12. - Radio tune
- Track skip/seek
13. Subtitle (DVD only)
14. Source switch
15. Repeat
16. Repeat A-B
17. Stop/Return
18. Play/Pause
19. Goto search
20. - DVD menu
- PBC (for VCD 2.0 or up)
21. - OSD: On screen display
(CR 2025)
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Warning
• Store the battery where children cannot
reach. If a child accidentally swallows the
battery, consult a doctor immediately.
• Do not recharge, short, disassemble or heat
the battery or dispose it in a fire.
• Do not leave the battery with other metallic
materials. Otherwise, the battery may start
to give off heat, crack or catch fire.
• When throwing away or saving the battery,
wrap it in tape and insulate.
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USB/SD/MMC/MP3 Playback
USB/SD/MMC Notes
1. Load SD/MMC Card
USB functions (flash memory type) MP3
music play 1. SD/MMC card support 2. USB flash memory 2 in 1 (SD/MMC)
support 3. FAT 12/FAT 16FAT 32 is possible - FAT 12/16 (dir: 200 support, file: 500
support) - FAT 32 (dir: 200 support, file: 500 support)
4. File name: 32 byte/dir name: 32 byte /tag
name: 32 byte 5. Tag (id3 tag ver 2.0)
- Title/artist/album: 32 byte support
6. Multi card reader not support
7. USB 1.1 support USB 2.0 support
(it can not support USB 2.0 speed. Just, get
the same speed with USB 1.1)
Insert the SD/MMC card into the slot, with
the front side at right.
The unit will play the music automatically
and the LCD will show CARD.
2. Take out SD/MMC Card
Press SRC button and switch to non CARD
mode, slightly press SD/MMC card, take
out the card when it pops out.
Note:
3. Load USB Equipment
Not all kinds of USB devices are compatible
with the unit.
Open the rubber cap, insert the USB into
the connector and the unit will play the
music in the
USB storer automatically, and the LCD will
show USB.
4. Take out USB Equipment
Press SRC button and switch to non USB
mode, then take off the USB stick, close
the rubber cap.
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Basic Operations
Turn on/off the Power
1. Press to turn on the unit.
The unit goes back to the last status after
power on.
2. Press again to power off.
Mute
Press the MUTE button to cut the sound.
Note:
•
Doing the operation above again or
adjusting volume will release muting.
• Mute icon appears on the TFT during
muting.
Note:
• When some devices are not ready, they
cannot be selected.
• You should stop switching when the playing
source you desired has been selected and
wait for some seconds, the unit will auto
enter the playing source mode you have
selected.
Adjust the Volume
Rotate the knob on the panel or press VOL +/on the remote control to increase or decrease
the volume.
The adjustable range of volume is 0 to 39.
When Parking Brake Applied
1. If 'PRK SW' cable is connected to hand
brake switch, the video display of the TFT
monitor will be controlled by driving status,
system setup and input video sources.
2. When the car is moving ahead, if the
video disc is played, the screen appears
“WARNING: Engage Parking Brake to View
Video”. The above warning screen will
prevent the driver watching images. The
passengers at the rear seats can watch
normally.
Playing Source Selection
Method 1
Short press the SRC button on the panel
or remote control to cycle through all the
available sources.
When Reverse Driving
Method 2
In any mode, long press the SRC button on
the panel or remote control to enter main
source menu, then use navigate button to
select the desired mode, and press OK to
confirm.
If the rear view video camera is connected,
the unit automatically switches to CAMERA
source during reverse driving. The unit returns
to the original work mode after the reverse
driving is done.
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Rotary Knob Menu
General Setting
1. Rotate the knob to adjust volume level.
2. Short press to access the Audio&VIDEO
Setting menu.
BEEP: ON/ OFF
The beep tone feature allows the selection of
an audible beep tone to be heard each time
the menu is accessed.
LOUDNESS: ON/OFF
When listening to music at low volumes, this
feature will selectively boost certain bass and
treble frequencies.
TIME MODE
12 HOURS MODE: the clock displays in the
type of 12 hours such as 11:18 AM.
24 HOURS MODE: the clock displays in the
type of 24 hours such as 20:18.
Each press the knob to change the AUDIO
mode: EQ/Bass/Middle/Treble/Balance/Fader,
and rotate the knob to adjust level.
Each press the knob to change the VIDEO
mode: Bright/Contrast/Saturation, and rotate
the knob to adjust level.
TIME ADJUST
ress / or / key to set hour and minute.
P
Each time you press
/
to select one
segment of the clock display:
Hour-Minute
As you select segments of the clock display
the segment selected will be highlighted. Then
you can press / to put a clock right.
EQ: USER/FLAT/POP/ROCK/CLASSIC/
JAZZ
The Equalizer function applies preset sound
effects to the unit’s audio output signal. Turn
the rotary encoder to select from the following
equalizer options: USER, FLAT, POPULAR,
ROCK, CLASSIC, JAZZ. With the equalizer
function activated, if bass or treble is adjusted,
the EQ Mode will revert to “USER”. When
the equalizer function is activated, the most
recently selected bass/treble levels cannot be
adjusted. When the equalizer function is not
active, the unit will return to the most recently
selected bass and treble levels.
3. Press the knob more than 2 seconds to
enter Setting mode, then Use
,
/
and OK key to select setting items.
PARKING: ON/OFF
When it is in Parking “On” mode, if you
play the video disc, the screen will show
“WARNING: Engage Parking Brake to View
Video”.
MIRROR: ON/OFF
This option allows for selection of a mirror
image view when a rear view backup camera
(sold separately) is connected to the CAMERA
IN input on the back of the radio. Turn the
rotary encoder to select “On” or “Off”.
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Rotary Knob Menu
DVD Setting
DEFAULT: RESTORE
If this item is selected, the unit will return to
original setting.
BRIGHTNESS
Set the brightness of the video output with
from 00 to 12.
CONTRAST
Set the contrast of the video output with
from 00 to 12.
HUE
Set the hue of the video output with
to 12.
TV SYSTEM: NTSC/PAL/AUTO
Select the TV system in the setting menu.
from 00
SATURATION
Set the saturation of the video output with
from 00 to 12.
TV TYPE: 4:3PS/4:3LB/16:9
Select TV type to watch wide screen movies.
4:3 Pan Scan: For 4:3 TV, left and right edges
will be cut.
4:3 Letter Box: For 4:3 TV, black bars will
appear on top and bottom.
16:9: For 16:9 wide screen TV.
Language Setting
PASSWORD
1. Press number button " 0000 " on the remote
control, then press the ENTER button to
confirm.
2. Press the desired 4-digit password, and
then press ENTER button to confirm.
3. Record the password and keep it in a safe
place for future reference.
OSD LANGUAGE
Select one language that you are familiar with
to display system menu.
If you forget the password, please
enter 0000 to reset a new password.
The password : 0000
RATING: 1 KID SAFE/2 G/3 PG/4 PG13/5
PG-R/6 R/7 NC-17/8 ADULT
The rating of the disc is from 1 to 8:
(1) with the most limits when playing.
(8) with the least limits when playing.
Original setting: 8
AUDIO LANG
Select one dialogue language that you are
familiar with when playing back DVD discs.
Note:
Note:
If the DVD disc has the audio file in the
selected language, the dialogues you listened
to will be in the selected language.
If the DVD disc does not contain the audio file
in the selected language, the dialogues you
listened to will be in the default language.
You can change the language by pressing
[AUDIO] key of the remote controller.
The rating can be selected only under the
password unlocked status, and the limits can
be worked only under the password locked
status.
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Rotary Knob Menu
SUBTITLE LANGEnglish
Select one language that you are familiar with
to display DVD subtitles.
AF OFF: AF function is disabled.
Remark: AF indicator on LCD will flash until
RDS information is received. If RDS service
is not available in your area, turn off the AF
mode.
If the DVD disc has the subtitle file in the
selected language, the subtitle will be
displayed in the selected language.
If the DVD disc does not contain the subtitle
file in the selected language, the subtitle will
be displayed in the default language.
TA: ON/OFF
C h o o s e TA ( T r a f f i c A n n o u n c e m e n t s
Identification) on or off.
When TA mode is turned on, the TA indicator
will blink.
When traffic announcement is received, the TA
indicator will display. The unit will temporarily
switch to the tuner mode (regardless of the
current mode) and begin broadcasting the
announcement at TA volume level. After the
traffic announcement is over, it will return to
the previous mode and volume level. When
TA is turned on, SEEK, SCAN, AMS function
can only be received or saved when traffic
program identification (TP) code is received.
MENU LANG
Select one language that you are familiar with
to display DVD menu.
Note:
If the DVD disc has the selected language,
the DVD MENU/TITLE will be displayed in the
selected language.
If the DVD disc does not contain the selected
language, the DVD MENU/TITLE will be
displayed in the default language.
TA VOLUME: 00-63
Choose TA-VOL level.
Radio Setting
REGIONAL: ON/OFF
Choose AF function to implement or ignore the
regional code (of the PI) and only stations in
the current region can be tuned automatically.
REG ON: AF function will implement the
regional code (of the PI) and only stations in
the current region can be tuned automatically.
REG OFF: AF function will ignore the regional
code (of the PI) and stations in the other
regions can also be tuned automatically.
CT: ON/OFF
Some stations broadcast the time and date
within the encoded RDS signal. The clock
time is automatically adjusted when “CT” is
set to “ON”.
LOC_DX: LOC/DX
Choose radio distant or local.
Local: Only station with strong signal can be
broadcast.
Distant: Stations with strong and weak
signals can be broadcast.
STEREO_MONO: STEREO/MONO
Choose FM mono/stereo.
AF: ON/OFF
Choose AF (Alternative Frequency) on or off.
AF ON: AF function is activated.
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Radio Mode
Accessing Radio Mode
Press the SRC button on the front panel or
remote control to switch to the Radio source.
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3
1. Source Indicator
2. Current Preset Channels
3. Time/Clock
4. AM/FM Band
5. RDS Information
6. Radio Station Frequency
7. EQ Indicator
8. AF Indicator
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Selecting a Band
Storing Stations
Press BAND once or more to select FM1FM2 - FM3 - MW1 - MW2.
Display shows wave band, frequency, and
preset station number if already stored.
- Auto storing
1. Select a band (if needed).
2. Press AMS briefly to scan the preset station
P1 - P6 for 5 seconds each.
3. Hold AMS more than 2 seconds, the
6 strongest available stations will be
automatically saved in the preset button
(numbers 1-6).
- Manual Storing
1. Select a band (if needed), then select a
station.
2. Press and hold a preset button (numbers
1-6) on the front panel or remote control.
3. The preset number and station is displayed
and highlighted.
Selecting a Station
Press the
or
another station.
tuning button to tune to
Tuning
- AUTO SEEK
Press the
or
buttons to seek the next/
previous station automatically.
- MANUAL SEEK
Press and hold the
or
buttons to enter
manual tuning mode. Press the buttons again
to move the radio frequency number up or
down one step.
Recalling a Station
1. Select a band (if needed).
2. Press a front panel or remote control
preset button (numbers 1-6) to select the
corresponding stored station.
Note:
During manual seeking, if the pause between
two operating steps is longer than 5 seconds,
or
buttons, the unit will enter
press the
auto seeking.
Preset Mode
Six numbered preset buttons store and recall
stations for each band. The stored stations
(P1-P6) for the current band can be viewed on
the screen.
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RDS (Radio Data System, optional)
PTY Reception (Program Type)
RDS service availability varies with areas.
Please understand if RDS service is not
available in you area, the following service is
not available.
RDS FM stations provide a program type
identification signal.
Example: news, rock, info, sport, etc.
RDS Basics
PTY Mode:
AF (Alternative Frequency): When the radio
signal strength is poor, enabling the AF
function will allow the unit to automatically
search another station with the same PI
(program identification) as the current station
but with stronger signal strength.
PS (Program Service name): The name of
station will be display instead of frequency.
Press BAND more than 2 seconds to turn
on the Program Type reception, the previous
PTY type is shown, then use / to select
the desired program type. The selected PTY
type is shown and searching starts if no other
function is selected for 2 seconds. If there is
no corresponding program type, NO PTY is
shown and the unit will return to normal mode.
Traffic Announcements
Some RDS FM stations periodically provide
traffic information.
TP (Traffic Program Identification)
Broadcasting of traffic information
TA (Traffic Announcements Identification)
Radio announcements on traffic conditions
EON (Enhanced Other Networks)
When EON data is received, the EON
indicator lights and the TA and AF functions
are enhanced.
TA: Traffic information can be received from
the current station or stations in other network.
AF: The frequency list of preset RDS stations
is updated by EON data. EON enables the
radio to make fuller use of RDS information.
It constantly updates the AF list of preset
stations, including the one that currently tuned
into. If you preset a station around the area at
your home, you will later be able to receive the
same station at an alternative frequency, or
any other station serving the same program,
EON also keeps track of locally available TP
stations for quick reception.
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Disc Mode
Accessing Disc Mode
If a disc is already in the disc slot but is not
playing, press the SRC button on the front
panel or on the remote control to switch to the
DISC source. To play files from an SD or USB
that is already inserted, choose the CARD
or USB source. The disc playback screen is
indicated below:
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2
3
1. Source Indicator
2. Current Track/Total Track
3. Name of the Song Display
4. Audio Folder
5. Picture Folder
6. Video Folder
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Insert a Disc
2. ERROR will be displayed if error found in
disc operation.
3. For VCD/CD, VCD or CD icon will appear
on the display.
4. While MP3/WMA files playback, MP3/WMA
icon will appear on the display.
5. F or DVD, DVD icon will appear on the
display and TITLE appears. Press ENTER
or to play.
Press
to flip down the panel. Insert the disc
into the slot, and the unit will change to disc
mode automatically.
Note:
• Please confirm whether there is a disc in
the unit before you insert another one.
• The unit will exit current playing source and
enter DVD mode when one disc is inserted.
File Type Supported
Audio file: MP3(*.mp3), WMA(*.wma)
Video file:
XVID
MPEG 2 (*.vob)
MPEG 1 (*.dat)
Picture file: JPEG (*.jpg)
MP3 file:
ISO 9660 or ISO 9660 + Joliet format - Max.
30 characters.
Max. nested directory is 8 levels.
The max. album number is 99.
The max. length of each track is 99 minutes
59 seconds.
Supported sampling frequency for MP3 disc:
8KHz to 48KHz (44.1KHz preferably).
Supported bit-rates of MP3 disc are: 32 - 320
kbps (128 kbps preferably).
Eject the Disc
Press
to flip down the panel. Press
eject the disc.
to
Note:
• After ejecting the disc, the unit reverts to
radio mode.
• You can eject a disc with the unit powered
off. The unit remains off after the disc is
ejected.
Disc Playback
1. When disc inserted, display shows LOAD.
For MP3 or disc with mixed files, reading
time may exceed 1 minute.
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Disc Mode
Disc and File NOT Supported
front panel or ENTER on the remote control
to start play.
5. During the file playing, press to stop and
return to the sub-root.
*.AAC, *.DLF, *.M3U, *.PLS, MP3 PRO files
and files with DRM.
Open session discs.
Note:
Audio/Picture/Video File Playback
1. If the selected folder does not contain
any playable track, the track list is not
displayed.
2. During the folder selecting, press ESC
to the upper folder (parent folder). If the
uppermost folder is listed, ESC cannot be
used.
When AUDIO/PICTURE/VIDEO file is played,
Category/Folder/File list will be displayed on
the screen, and file/folder name being played
will be displayed on top. Current selected item
will be highlighted.
The list lets you see the list of track titles or
folder names on a disc. If you select a folder
on the list, you can view its contents.
MP3/WMA Notes
MP3 and WMA (Windows Media Audio) music
files are digital audio files that are compressed
to allow more files to be stored. This unit
can play MP3/WMA and video directly
from files contained on a CD-R/RW, DVDROM, DVD+RW, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD-R
and DVD-VIDEO, or an SD card or USB
Device. Many types of software are available
for converting audio files into MP3/WMA
formats. Nero or Roxio Easy CD Creator
are recommended. This unit can play MP3
(MPEG1, 2, 2.5 Audio Layer 3). However, the
MP3 recording media and accepted formats
are limited.
For Audio Files
1. Press ESC to return to playlist menu.
AUDIO folders.
2. Use / to select
on the front panel or EN3. Press OK,
TER on the remote control to display all
available audio file folders.
4. Use / to enter file list and use / to
on the
select desired file, press OK,
front panel or ENTER on the remote control
to start play.
5. During the file playing, press will enter
to return.
power on logo, then press
For Picture Files
Entering ID3 Tag
1. Press ESC to return to playlist menu.
PICTURE folders.
2. Use / to select
3. Press OK,
on the front panel or ENTER
on the remote control to display all available
picture file folders.
4. Use / to enter file list and use / to
select desired file, press OK,
on the
front panel or ENTER on the remote control
to slide show the pictures, and press PROG
to select picture showing style.
5. During the file playing, press to stop and
return to the sub-root.
This unit supports ID3 tag version 2.0.
For character codes, refer to the table to the
below.
For Video Files
1. Press ESC to return to playlist menu.
2. Use
/
to select
VIDEO folders.
on the front panel or ENTER
3. Press OK,
on the remote control to display all available
video file folders.
4. Use / to enter file list and use / to
select desired file, press OK,
on the
Entering File and Folder Names
Names using the code list characters are
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Disc Mode
and 7 since they do not contain since they do
not contain any tracks directly. Folder 5 is not
recognized at all since it is at the fourth level.
the only file names and folder names that
can be entered and displayed. Using any
other character will cause the file and folder
names to be displayed incorrectly. The unit
recognizes and plays only files with the MP3/
WMA extension.
Electronic Shock Protection
A file name entered with characters not on the
code list may not play correctly.
• 10 seconds for CD-DA (CDA)
• >45 seconds for MP3 recorded at 44.1kHz,
128kbps
• >90 seconds for WMA recorded at 44.1kHz,
128kbps
MP3 Playing Order
Stop Playback Temporarily
Note:
When selected for play, files and folders
(Folder Search, File Search or Folder Select)
are accessed in the order in which they were
written to the media. As a result, the order in
which they are expected to be played may
not match the order in which they are actually
played. You may be able to set the order in
which MP3/WMA files are to be played by
assigning file names beginning with play
sequence numbers such as "01" to "99". For
example, a medium with the following folder/
file hierarchy is subject to Folder Search, File
Search or Folder Select as shown below.
- During playback, press
to pause
playback.
- The sound will be muted.
-Display "PAUSE" in the TV screen.
Press
again to continue playback.
To resume normal play, repeat the operation.
Stop Playback Entirely
During DVD, VCD, CD, MP3 playback:
1. Press key once stopping the playback
and the relevant location on the disc is
saved, press
to resume the playback
from the saved disc location.
2. Press twice to cease the playback. Press
to start the playback from the very
beginning the Title page of the DVD or the
first track of VCD / CD.
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Select Desired Track
- Press or to skip to the next track.
- Use 1-9 and 0, 10+ buttons on the remote
control to select desired track number.
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Fast Forward/Backward During
Playback
Press
or
for more than 2 seconds once
or more to select X2, X4, X8, X20, to fast
backward or forward track during playback.
- During the fast forward or backward
briefly to playback
operation, press
again.
- During the fast forward or backward
operation, the volume will be muted.
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Folder
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File
Layer1 Layer 2 Layer 3 Layer 4 Layer5
The player will only recognize three folder
levels and does not display folders containing
only other folders. In the example above, the
unit will display folders 3, 4, 6, and 8, but not 2
Repeat
During playback, press REPEAT once or
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Disc Mode
more.
- RPT icon will appear on the display.
- For VCD/CD: Display appears RPT ONE
RPT OFF
RPT ALL
- For DVD: Display appears RPT CHAPTER
RPT TITLE
RPT OFF
- For File disc: Display appears RPT ONE
RPT ALL
RPT OFF
RPT DIR
For DVD and File disc, select title and
chapter number.
For VCD and CD, select track number.
to play, or move the cursor to
-Press
select "PLAY" and press ENTER to play.
-If you want to delete the list, move the
cursor to "CLEAR", press ENTER to delete
all the list set before.
- Press PROG again to exit program play.
Note:
DVD Audio Select
If you do not select RPT on, when the entire
disc or TITLE playback has finished, the
system will stop. If no other control, after 5
minutes the unit will turn into standby mode.
Repeat A
Press AUDIO or R/L to select audio language
to listen if the DVD has multiple audio
languages.
VCD Audio Select
B
Press R/L to select audio channel to listen.
Select desired passage to repeat playback.
B once to select starting point.
- Press A
Display shows REPEAT A.
B again to select ending point.
- Press A
B, and selected
D
isplay shows REPEAT A
passage start to replay.
B once again to exit. Display
- Press A
shows A
B CANCEL.
L
R
Stereo
DVD Subtitle Select
Press SUB.T to select the subtitle language
to show if the DVD has multiple language
subtitles.
PBC - Playback Control (for VCD
only)
DVD Title Select
1.I f you insert a VCD with PBC, playback
starts from the beginning of the 1st track
automatically.
2.Press PBC to show menu, use
/
or
digit button to select desired track. Press
to stop. Press PBC again to exit menu.
Press TITLE to display title or chapter list, use
cursor or digit number to select, press ENTER
to play.
DVD Angle Select
Press ANGLE to select different angle to view
if the DVD has multiple-angle views.
GOTO
Goto desired track/chapter or time point
directly.
Press GOTO button on the remote control,
track or DVD Title/Chapter and time display
on top of the screen. Current item is
highlighted. Use / to select desired item.
Use digit button to select number. Press
ENTER to confirm.
Picture Mirror
When you view a picture, press repeatly
to mirror the picture vertically, and press
repeatly to mirror the picture horizontally.
ZOOM
Press ZOOM button, the picture will be
zoomed accordingly.
Program
-Press PROG to enter program list. Use
/ or / cursor and digit button to enter
number.
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Device Connections
Notes of connection
If a proper fuse is installed and electrical
problems still occur, please contact with
any professional car shops for inquiry.
•DO NOT connect other equipments with the
car battery to avoid battery overheating.
•Please make sure all the wiring connections
& the cables of the Speakers are wellinsulated. Otherwise, this unit may be
damaged by short circuit.
•If there is no ACC available, please connect
ACC lead to the power supply with a switch.
•If an external power amplifier is connected,
please don't connect P.CONT lead to the
power lead of the external power amplifier,
otherwise, electric spark or other damage
may be resulted.
•Never ground the speaker output to prevent
the damage to the built-in power amplifier.
•The minimum rating of the speakers
connected to this unit is 50W with 4 to 8Ω
impedance.
•To avoid short circuit in the electrical
system, ensure that the negative battery
cable is disconnected before installation.
•To prevent short circuit in the wiring and
damaging to this unit, secure all wirings
with cable clamp or adhesive tape. Route
the wirings in a secured, out of heating
place without touching any moving parts
such as gear shift, handbrake, and seat
rails to prevent the wiring insulation being
melted / wore off.
•Never pass the yellow power cord through
the installation hole into the engine
compartment and connect to the car
battery. Otherwise, a high possibility of
serious short circuit to the electrical system
may be occurred.
•Replacing a new fuse with 15A rating
when the old one is broken, using no
fuse or fuse with improper rating may
cause damage to this unit or even fires.
Parking Brake Cable Connections
Reverse Driving Cable Connections
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Reverse
(Active high level input)
Parking SW
(Active low level input)
(Pink)
(Green/
White)
Radio Antenna
ISO Connector
Video-out
Rear Line-out(Gray)
Connector
Fuse 15A
Camera-in
L(White)
R(Red)
(Yellow)
(Yellow)
Amplifier
Device Connections
Wiring Diagram
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Device Connections
Installation Guide
Using the ISO Connector
Preparation
1. If your car is equipped with the ISO
connector, then connect the ISO connectors
as illustrated.
2. For connections without the ISO
connectors, check the wiring in the vehicle
carefully before connecting, incorrect
connection may cause serious damage to
this unit.
Cut the connector, connect the colored
leads of the power cord to the car battery,
as shown in the colour code table below for
speaker and power cable connections.
1. Disconnect battery
Before you begin, always disconnect the
battery negative terminal.
Note:
If the unit is to be installed in a car equipped
with an on-board drive or navigation computer,
do not disconnect the battery cable. If the
cable is disconnected, the computer memory
may be lost. Under these conditions, use extra
caution during installation to avoid causing a
short circuit.
2. Remove transport screws
Location
IMPORTANT:
Function
Connector A
Connector B
1
Rear Right (+) - Purple
2
Rear Right (-) - Purple /
Black Stripe
4
Battery 12V(+)/Yellow
Front Right (-) - Gray /
Black Stripe
5
ANT/Amp control
/Blue
Front Left(+) - White
6
7
Remove these two transport screws
before installation. Otherwise, the
DVD player will not work.
Front Right (+) - Gray
3
8
ACC+/Red
Ground/Black
3. Remove unit from sleeve
Lift latches on both sides of sleeve to remove
half-sleeve from the unit.
Front Left(-) - White /
Black Stripe
Mounting Sleeve Installation
Rear Left (+) - Green
Rear Left (-) - Green/
Black Stripe
1. Slide the mounting sleeve off the chassis.
If it is locked into position, use the removal
tools (supplied) to disengage it.
2. Check the dashboard opening size by
sliding the mounting sleeve into it.
If the opening is too small, carefully cut or
file as necessary until the sleeve easily
slides into the opening. Do not force the
sleeve into the opening or cause it to bend
or bow. Check for sufficient space behind
the dashboard for the unit chassis.
This unit can be installed in any dashboard
with a suitable 183 mm (W) x 52 mm (H)
opening as shown above. The dashboard
should be 4.75 mm - 5.56 mm thick in order
to be able to support the unit.
3. Locate the series of bend tabs along the
top, bottom, and sides of the mounting
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Installation Guide
Kit Installation
sleeve. With the sleeve fully inserted into
the dashboard opening, bend as many of
the tabs outward as necessary to firmly
secure the sleeve to the dashboard.
If your vehicle requires the use of an
installation kit to mount this unit, follow the
instructions included with the installation kit to
attach the unit to the mounting plate supplied
with the kit.
1. Wire and test the unit as outlined in the
Mounting Sleeve Installation instructions.
2. Install the radio/mounting plate assembly
to the sub-dashboard according to the
instructions in the installation kit.
3. Replace the dashboard trim panel.
CAUTION:
For proper operation of the DVD player,
the chassis must be mounted within
20 of horizontal. Make sure the unit is
mounted within this limitation.
4. Place the unit in front of the dashboard
opening so the wiring can be brought
through the mounting sleeve. Follow the
wiring diagram carefully and make certain
all connections are secure and insulated
with wire nuts or electrical tape. After
completing the wiring connections, turn the
unit on to confirm operation (vehicle ignition
must be on). If the unit does not operate,
re-check all wiring until the problem is
corrected.
5. Make sure the radio is right-side up, then
carefully slide the radio into the mounting
sleeve until it is fully seated and the spring
clips lock it into place.
6. Secure the rear of the unit to the car
body using the mounting bolt and rubber
cushion.
7 . Te s t t h e u n i t u s i n g t h e “ O p e r a t i o n ”
instructions that follow.
ISO Installation
This unit has threaded holes in the chassis
side panels which may be used with the
original factory mounting brackets of some
vehicles to mount the radio to the dashboard.
Please consult with your local car stereo shop
for assistance on this type of installation.
1. Remove the existing factory radio from the
dashboard or center console mounting.
Save all hardware and brackets as they will
be used to mount the new radio.
2. Carefully unsnap the plastic frame from the
front of the new unit chassis. Remove and
discard the frame.
3. Remove the factory mounting brackets and
hardware from the existing unit and attach
them to the new unit. Do not exceed M5 x
9mm maximum screw size. Longer screws
may damage components inside the
chassis.
Mounting bolt
rubber cushion
Transport
screws
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Installation Guide
Anti-Theft System
4. Wire the new unit as outlined in the
Mounting Sleeve Installation instructions.
5. Mount the new unit assembly to the
dashboard or center console using the
reverse procedure of step 1.
This unit is designed with a flip-down
detachable panel.
The panel can be detached and taken with
you, helping to deter theft. To detach the front
panel, perform the following steps:
Reset
Remove the Panel
1. Press to switch off the power of the unit.
to flip down the panel.
2. Press
3. Grasp the right side to release the front
panel and then pull it at an angle to remove
the right side from the chassis.
4. Store the front panel in the supplied carrying
case to protect it from dirt and damage, and
take it with you to prevent theft.
The RESET button is located behind the front
panel and can only be accessed with the front
panel opened. Resetting the unit will erase
the time and preset memories. It should only
be activated upon initial installation after all
wiring is complete, or if there is a malfunction
of any of the switches on the unit. In these
circumstances, pressing the RESET button
will clear the system and return the unit to
default operation.
Re-attach the Font Panel
Fuse
1. With the panel laying flat (in the “open”
position), insert the left side of the panel in
place until correctly engaged.
2. Gently press the right side of the panel until
the mechanism locks it into place.
3. Lift upward to close the panel.
When replacing a fuse, make sure the new
fuse is the correct type and amperage. Using
an incorrect fuse could damage the radio.
Reconnect Battery
When wiring is complete, reconnect the
battery negative terminal.
Remove the Unit
1. Remove the panel and the trim plate.
2. Remove the trim ring by firmly grasping one
side and pulling.
3. Insert the removal keys straight back until
they lock, then pull the radio out. If the
removal keys are inserted at an angle, they
will not lock properly and will not release
the unit.
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Troubleshooting
If you suspect something is wrong, immediately switch power off. Immediately stop using it and
call the store where you purchased it. Never try to repair the unit yourself because it is dangerous
to do so.
Problem
General
Possible cause
Solution
Car ignition is not on.
The unit will not switch Cable is not properly
on.
connected.
Fuse is burnt.
Volume is set at minimum or
No sound
the mute function is on.
The unit or screen does
The unit system is unstable.
not function normally.
DVD mode
The disc is inserted
The appliance will not
incorrectly.
play discs.
The disc is dirty or damaged.
S o u n d s k i p s d u e t o Mounting angle is over 30˚.
vibration.
Mounting is unstable.
TUNER mode
Unable to receive
stations.
Poor quality reception of
radio station.
Preset stations are lost.
Turn your car key in the ignition.
Check cable connection.
Replace fuse with a new fuse of the
same capacity.
Check the volume or switch the mute
function off.
Press the RESET button.
Disc must be inserted with the label
side facing up. Clean the disc and
check for damage. Try another disc.
Adjust mounting angle to less than 30˚.
Mount the unit securely with the
supplied parts.
The antenna is not connected
Connect the antenna properly.
properly.
T h e a n t e n n a i s n o t f u l l y Fully extend the antenna and if
extended or it is broken.
broken, replace it with a new one.
Connect the permanent live on the
The battery cable is not
unit to the permanent live on the
properly connected.
vehicle.
USB/SD/MMC mode
The memory card or USB
Unable to insert USB
device has been inserted the Insert it the other way around.
device or SD/MMC card.
wrong way round.
Check that the USB/SD/MMC file
The USB device or SD/
system is in FAT or FAT32 format.
MMC card cannot be NTFS format is not supported. Due to different formats, some models
read.
of USB storage devices or MP3
players may not be read.
Remote control
The remote control is
The batteries are low or
not working or does not
Change the batteries.
empty.
work properly
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Care and Maintenance
DVD Player
The following guidelines will help you extend the life of your DVD player:
1. When cleaning the vehicle interior, do not get water or cleaning fluids on the unit.
2. The DVD player will not operate properly in extreme hot/cold or under damp conditions. In
case of such conditions, wait until the vehicle interior reaches a normal temperature or any
condensation on the disc player lens has evaporated before using the player.
3. Always remove the disc when the player is not in use.
4. The unit is designed with a vibration dampening disc mechanism to minimize interruption of
disc play due to normal vibration in a moving vehicle. However, occasional sound skips may
occur when driving on very rough roads. This will not scratch or damage the disc, and normal
play will resume when the rough conditions cease.
CD-R and CD-RW Capability
Depending on media type and method of "recording/burning", some CD-R/RWs may be
incompatible with this unit. After "recording/burning", the session must be closed. Please refer
to your software's recommended procedures for closing a disc/session. Review your recording
software to familiarize yourself with the correct "recording/burning" procedures. We recommend
using the latest versions of ROXIOTM or NEROTM burning software.
In addition, this unit will only recognize the CDDA (Compact Disc Digital Audio), .MP3 and .WMA
formats "recorded / burned" onto a CD-R/RW. This unit does not support .WAV, .OGG or other
formats.
Disc Care and Handling
Dirt, dust, scratches and warpage can cause skips in the playback and deterioration of sound
quality. Please follow these guidelines to take care of your compact discs.
1. Do not touch the disc surface.
2. Never use chemicals such as record sprays or household cleaners to clean discs, as they can
irreparably damage the disc’s surface.
3. Discs should be kept in their storage cases when not in use.
4. Do not expose discs to direct sunlight, high temperatures or high humidity for long periods.
5. Carefully wipe fingerprints, dust and dirt from the disc’s playing surface with a soft cloth.
Wipe in a straight motion from the inside to the outside of the disc.
6. Do not stick paper, tape or disc labels on disc surfaces, as internal damage may occur.
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Specifications
General
Power supply
Maximum power output
Continuous power output
Suitable speaker impedance
Pre-Amp output voltage
Fuse
Dimensions (WxHxD)
Weight
Aux-in level
12VDC (11V-16V), Test voltage 14.4V, negative ground
50W x 4 channels
20W x 4 channels (4 10% T.H.D.)
4-8ohm
2.0V (CD play mode: 1KHz, 0dB, 10K load)
15A
178 x 50 x 166mm
1.7kg
500mV
3 Inch (16:9) TFT LCD
Display resolution (dot)
Active area (mm)
Screen size (inch)
Dot pitch (mm)
Contrast ratio
Brightness
960(W)×240(H)
65.52×36.84
2.96 (Diagonal)
0.06825 x 0.1535
300
350nits
FM Stereo Radio
Frequency range:
Usable sensitivity:
Frequency response:
Stereo separation:
Image response ratio:
IF response ratio:
Signal/noise ratio:
87.5-108.0MHz (Europe)
87.5-107.9MHz (America)
8dB μ
30Hz-15KHz
30dB(1KHz)
50dB
70dB
>55dB
AM(MW) Radio
Frequency range
Usable sensitivity (S/N=20dB)
522-1620KHz (Europe)
530-1710KHz (America)
30dBμ
Disc Player
System
Frequency response
Signal/noise ratio
Total harmonic distortion
Channel separation
Video signal format system
Video output
Disc digital audio system
20Hz - 20KHz
>80dB
Less than 0.20% (1KHz)
>60dB
NTSC/PAL 60/PAL/AUTO
1 0.2V
Components
Mounting sleeve
Machine screws M5x6 mm
Mounting bolt (50 mm) Wire connector
Removable face plate case
Trim plate
Removal key Operating Instructions
Rubber cushion Remote control
1
4
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
Note:
Specifications and the design are subject to
change without notice due to improvements.
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