Boss | 508UAB | Specifications | Boss 508UAB Specifications

PRECAUTIONS
How to Handle Discs
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Handle a disc by its edges. Do not touch the playing side.
Before inserting a disc, wipe the disc outward from the disc center with a
clean, soft, dry and lint-free cloth. Do not use solvents or thinners such a
petrol/benzene or cleaners.
After removing a disc from the disc slot, place the disc in a sleeve or case
to keep it clean and prevent scratches.
Do not stick paper or tape on the disc surface. If there is glue (or adhesive)
on the disc surface, remove it before using the disc.
Lithium Battery Cell Warnings
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Cell leakage may cause damage to the remote control.
Do not throw cells into
as this may cause an explosion.
Keep battery cells out of reach of children.
INSTALLATION
Prepare Radio
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2.
Before you begin, disconnect the battery negative terminal.
Remove the transport screws.
3.
Remove chassis from the mounting sleeve.
BRACKET KEY
PLASTIC TRIM OUT
BRACKET KEY
If you want to remove the chassis from the mounting sleeve,
remove the plastic trim out
from both sides. Next, insert the two bracket keys into the left and right side of the chassis, as
illustrated, to separate the chassis from the housing.
Mount Radio
Refer to the “Installation Diagram” to install the unit.
1. Bend the tabs on the mounting sleeve, where necessary, to ensure than the front part of
the main unit will remain
into the vehicle dash opening.
2. Insert radio into the mounting sleeve.
3. Use a metal strap to secure the rear part of the chassis using the hardware indicated.
4. Make wiring connections, as illustrated in the “Wiring Diagram.”
5. Install the plastic trim out.
INSTALLATION (CONT.)
INSTALLATION
DIAGRAM
DASH BOARD
HEX NUT
METAL MOUNTING STRAP
CONSOLE
PLAIN WASHER
TAPPING SCREW
MOUNTING SLEEVE
HEX BOLT
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- Only use speakers with 4 ohms impedance.
- Do not attach the control panel to the chassis before wiring is complete.
- The maximum current of the auto antenna is 200mA.
Wiring Connections
WIRING
DIAGRAM
Radio Antenna Socket
White: Front Left CH RCA Output
Red: Front Right CH RCA Output
Red: Rear Right CH RCA Output
White: Rear Left CH RCA Output
CAUTION
+12V DC
NEGATIVE
GROUND
Fuse
Purple +
15A Power B+ ( Yellow)
Rear Right Speaker
GND (Black)
Purple/Black ANT(Blue)
Gray +
Front Right Speaker
Fuse
Gray/Black 0.5A ACC (Red)
White + Green +
Rear Left Speaker
Front Left Speaker
White/Black - Green/Black -
INSTALLATION (CONT.)
Uninstall the Main Unit
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2.
3.
Remove the metal strap from the main unit.
Remove the plastic trim out from the main unit.
Insert a bracket key into the left and right side of the main unit and draw the unit out of
the mounting sleeve.
CONTROL PANEL BUTTON LOCATIONS
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4 11
12 8
7
SRC
18
14
MIC
5
13 6
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2 10
9
POWER/SRC (source) button
SEL (select/menu) button and VOL (volume) knob
BAND/AMS (automatic music search) button
>|| or 1 button
INT (intro) or 2 button
RPT (repeat) or 3 button
RDM (random) or 4 button
-10 or 5 button
+10 or 6 button
CLK (clock) button
|<< button
>>| button
MUTE button
EJECT button
RESET button
AUX IN (auxiliary input) jack
USB port/Micro SD Card slot
Disc slot
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GENERAL OPERATION
Turn Unit On/Off
Press the power ( ) /SRC button to turn the unit on or off.
Adjust Volume (VOL)
Rotate the VOL knob on the front panel or press the VOL+/- buttons on the remote control to
increase or decrease the volume level.
Adjust Menu Options (SEL)
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Press the SEL button repeatedly to cycle through the following adjustable audio
functions: VOL, BASS, TREBLE, BALANCE, FADER, LOUD,EQ OFF, DX and STEREO.
Press and hold the SEL button to access these additional functions: VOL , AREA EU/US,
Clock 12/24, and BEEP ON/OFF.
Set the Clock (CLK)
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To display clock time, press the CLK button.
To set clock time, press and hold the CLK button and the hour will
Rotate the VOL knob or press the VOL + or VOL - button to adjust the hour.
Press the SEL button and the minutes will
Rotate the VOL knob or press the VOL + or VOL - button to adjust the minutes.
During Bluetooth mode, the clock can not be adjusted.
Change the Source (SRC)
Press the SRC button to switch between RADIO, DISC, USB, CARD and AUX-IN modes.
Reset System (RESET)
The RESET button is used to reset all parameters to factory default settings.
This function may be used when the LCD does not display normally or sound is distorted,
or when any of the controls are disabled. To reset your system, use a thin object with a
pointed end to depress the RESET button.
RADIO OPERATION
Switch Between US and EU Frequency
In radio mode, press and hold the VOL button to switch between US (USA) and EU (Europe)
frequency. The system will change the frequency setting in about 3 seconds.
Change Bands (BAND)
Press the BAND button to switch between the F1 (FM1), F2 (FM2), F3 (FM3), A1 (AM1) and
A2 (AM2) bands. Each band stores up to six preset stations.
Manual Tuning (|<< / >>|)
Press and hold the >>| or |<< button to enter manual tuning mode. In manual tuning mode,
press the >>| or |<< buttons to move the radio frequency number up or down one step.
Auto Seek Tuning (|<< / >>|)
In standby mode or while not in manual tuning mode, quickly press the >>| or |<< buttons to
move to the next/previous available station automatically.
Automatic Music Search (AMS)
Press and hold the AMS button for more than 2 seconds to select six strong stations and
store them in the current band. The radio will automatically scan the current frequency and
enter the six strongest stations into the preset memory positions for that band.
Store/Recall Preset Stations (1 - 6)
The radio can store 6 preset stations for each band (FM1, FM2, FM3, AM1 and AM2) for a
total of 30 stored stations.
1. To memorize a station, turn the radio on and select the desired band and station.
2. Press and hold the desired preset button (numbered 1 - 6 on the face of the radio) for
more than 2 seconds to save the station to that preset number.
3. Repeat for the remaining
presets on the current band and for all presets on the other
four bands.
4. A stored station can be recalled at any time by choosing a band and then pressing the
corresponding preset button.
DISC/USB/CARD OPERATION
Insert Disc/USB/SD
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To play
on a disc, insert a disc with the label surface up
into the disc slot. Playback will begin automatically.
To play
on a USB/SD device, open the USB port cover and
insert the USB/SD storage device into the USB/SD port. Playback
will begin automatically.
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SRC
Label Up
MIC
Eject Disc/USB/SD
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To eject a disc,
press the (stop) button to stop playback. Press the (eject) button
to eject the disc and then remove it.
press the button to stop playback, then remove
To eject a USB device or SD card,
the storage device or card.
Play/Pause
Press the >|| (play/pause) button to pause or resume playback.
Next/Previous Track
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To play the next track,
To play the previous track,
press the NEXT button.
press the PREV button.
Fast Forward/Backward
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To fast forward, press and hold the >>| or > button.
To fast backward, press and hold the |<< or < button.
Track Search
During USB or SD playback, press the AMS button(in remote control) to enter track search
This function
mode. Use the VOL knob or VOL +/- buttons to navigate the list of
will time out after 5 seconds of inactivity.
Track/Folder Navigation
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During USB or SD card mode, press the 5/-10 button to go backward 10 tracks. Press
the 6/+10 button to jump forward 10 tracks.
During USB or SD card mode, press and hold the 5/-10 button to go back one folder.
Press and hold the 6/+10 button to go up one folder. You can repeat this function
depending on the number and level of folders.
These buttons have no function if the USB device or SD card has no folders.
BLUETOOTH OPERATION
Pair and Connect
Prior to using the Bluetooth device as a handsfree system for a Bluetooth-enabled mobile
phone for the
time, you must pair and connect the two devices as follows:
1. In any mode, prior to pairing and connecting, the BT logo
in the LCD indicating
that no device is connected. To begin pairing, enable BT mode on your mobile phone.
the car audio system, the BOSS AUDIO name will be displayed.
2. When the phone
3. Choose the BOSS AUDIO from the device list to pair and connect with the car audio
the BT logo will stop
system. Upon
4. When pairing is complete, the mobile phone audio will automatically transfer to the car
audio system whenever a call is made or received, or when the mobile phone plays
music.
Make a Call
To make a call, dial the call directly from the paired mobile phone.
Redial Last Dialed Number
Press and hold the
button on the control panel to redial the last dialed phone number.
Answer a Call
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When the mobile phone is called, the incoming telephone number displays in the LCD.
To receive the call, press the button on the control panel.
To reject the call, press the button on the control panel.
End a Call
To end an active call, press the
button.
Switch Audio Between Car and Phone
During a call, press the VOL knob/button to switch the audio source from the car audio
system back to your mobile phone.
Adjust Talk Volume
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During a call, use VOL knob or VOL + and VOL - buttons to adjust the volume level.
Use the MUTE button to mute sound.
Bluetooth Music (A2DP)
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Press the /SRC button to enter BT mode and display media in the LCD.
When a mobile device is paired, music played through that device will automatically be
heard through the car audio system.
on the mobile phone.
Press the >>| or |<< button to play the next or previous
Press the >|| button to pause or resume music playback.
REMOTE CONTROL
Remove Insulating Sheet
The remote control comes with an insulating sheet
attached to the underside of the remote control, as
illustrated on the right. The remote control will not
work until the insulating sheet is removed.
Replace Lithium Battery Cell
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When the lithium cell battery becomes weak,
replace it as illustrated on the right.
Press and hold the movable block in the
direction indicated by arrow 1. At the same
time, pull the cell holder out of the remote
control in the direction indicated by arrow 2.
Replace the old cell with a new one, making
sure the (+) polarity is facing upward.
Re-insert the cell holder into the remote
control.
!
- Cell leakage may cause damage to the remote control.
as this may cause an explosion.
- Do not throw cells into
- Keep battery cells out of reach of children.
Remote Control Operation
Position the emitting window of the remote control
toward the sensor window of the unit.
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The operation angle for front panel remote control
reception is about 30 degrees.
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The distance between the emitting window of the remote control and the sensor window
of the unit should remain less than 5 meters.
REMOTE CONTROL (CONT.)
Button Names and Locations
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Power or SRC button
BAND or
button
>|| or 1 button
+ 10 or 6 button
NEXT button
MUTE button
- 10 or 5 button
SEL (select) button
AMS (automatic music search) or 9 button
LOUD (loudness) or 8 button
RPT (repeat) or 3 button
VOL (volume) button
INT (intro) or 2 button
PREV (previous) button
RDM (random) or 4 button
ST (stereo) or 7 button
CLK or DEL or
button
button
EQ(Equalizer) or 0 button
LOC (local) button
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Symptom
Cause
Solution
No Power
Car ignition not on
Switch ignition key to “ACC”
Fuse blown
Replace fuse
Disc cannot be loaded
Another disc is already in the Eject disc and insert new
player
one
Disc cannot be read
Disc was inserted upside
down
Insert disc with label facing
upward
Disc is dirty or scratched
Clean the disc or try to play
a new one
Temperature inside the car
is too high
Allow vehicle to cool before
using player
Volume turned down
Adjust volume to desired
level
Wiring not properly
connected
Check and repair wiring
connection
Front panel not properly
into place
Reinstall the front panel
Car interior is too hot
Allow vehicle to cool before
using player
Installation angle is more
than 30 degrees
Adjust installation angle to
less than 30 degrees
Disc is dirty or scratched
Clean disc or try to play a
new one
Radio does not work
Antenna cable not
connected
Insert antenna cable
Automatic radio station
selection does not work
Signals are too weak
Select a station manually
No sound
Operation keys not working
Sound skips
SPECIFICATIONS
General
Power Supply Requirement ........................................................................................... DC 12V
Current Consumption ..................................................................................................10A MAX
Maximum Power Output ...........................................................................................50W x 4CH
Radio
FM
USA/Europe............................................................... 87.5 MHz - 107.9 MHz/87.5 - 108.0 MHz
Usable Sensitivity ............................................................................................................30 dBu
I.F. Frequency ..............................................................................................................10.7 MHz
AM
USA/Europe..................................................................... 530 KHz - 1710 KHz/522 - 1620 KHz
Usable Sensitivity ............................................................................................................20 dBu
I.F. Frequency ............................................................................................................... 450 KHz
CD/USB/Card
Usable Audio Formats .........................................................................................CD/MP3/WMA
Pre-amp Output ..................................................................................................Front and Rear
Frequency Response .........................................................................................20 Hz - 20 KHz
S/N Ratio ............................................................................................................................60dB
BT
BT Profile supports ........................................................... Headset, Handsfree and A2DP & AVRCP profiles
Range of frequency ................................................................................................................. 2.4GHz spectrum
CAR Stereos
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