Alpine Navigation Radio Owner`s manual

Alpine Navigation Radio Owner`s manual
FOR CAR USE ONLY
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Advanced Navi Station
INE-S900R
OWNER’S MANUAL
Please read before using this equipment.
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Operating Instructions
PRECAUTIONS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION, PLEASE
READ CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THIS
PRODUCT.
This product is intended to safely provide turn-by-turn
instructions to get you to a desired destination. Please read the
following precautions to ensure that you use this navigation
system correctly.
• This product is not a substitute for your personal judgment. Any
route suggestions made by this navigation system should never
supersede any local traffic regulations or your personal judgment
and/or knowledge of safe driving practices. Do not follow route
suggestions if the navigation system instructs you to perform an
unsafe or illegal manoeuvre, places you in an unsafe situation, or
routes you into an area which you consider unsafe.
• Glance at the screen only when necessary and safe to do so. If
prolonged viewing of the screen is necessary, stop in a safe and legal
manner and location.
• Do not input destinations, change settings, or access any functions
requiring a prolonged view of the monitor while you are driving. Stop
in a safe and legal manner and location before attempting to access
the system.
• When using the navigation system to find/route to an emergency
service, please contact the facility to validate and verify availability,
prior to driving to it. Not all locations of emergency service providers
such as police and fire stations, hospitals, and clinics are contained
in the database. Please use your own judgment and your ability to
ask for directions in these situations.
• The map database contained within the media (SD memory card) in
which it is stored is the most recent map data available at the time of
production. Because of changes in streets and neighborhoods, there
may be situations where the navigation system may not be able to
route you to your desired destination. In these cases, use your own
personal judgment.
• The map database is designed to provide you with route suggestions,
it does not take account of the relative safety of a suggested route, or
of factors which may affect the time required to reach your
destination. The system does not reflect road closures or
construction, road characteristics (i.e. type of road surface, slope or
grade, weight or height restrictions, etc.), traffic congestion, weather
conditions, or any other factors which may affect the safety or timing
of your driving experience. Use your personal judgment if the
navigation system is unable to provide you with an alternate route.
• There may be situations where the navigation system may display the
vehicle’s location erroneously. Use your own driving judgment in
this situation, taking into account current driving conditions. Please
be aware that in this situation, the navigation system should correct
the vehicle’s position automatically; however, there may be times
where you may have to correct the position yourself. If this is the
case, stop in a safe and legal manner and location before attempting
operation.
• Make certain that the volume level of the unit is set to a level which
still allows you to hear outside traffic and emergency vehicles.
Driving while unable to hear outside sounds could cause an
accident.
• Please make certain that any other person who intends on using this
navigation system reads these precautions and the following
instructions carefully.
If there is anything in the manual about the operation of
the navigation system which you are uncertain about,
please contact your local Alpine authorized navigation
dealer before using the navigation system.
Points to Observe for Safe Usage
• Read this manual carefully before using this disc and the system
components. They contain instructions on how to use this product in
a safe and effective manner. Alpine cannot be responsible for
problems resulting from failure to observe the instructions in this
manual.
• This manual uses various pictorial displays to show you how to use
this product safely and to alert you to potential dangers resulting
from improper connections and operation. Following are the
meanings of these pictorial displays. It is important to fully
understand the meanings of these pictorial displays in order to use
this manual and the system properly.
WARNING
• Operation of the system while driving is dangerous. Users
should stop vehicle before operating the software.
• Road conditions and regulations take precedence over
information contained on the map display: observe actual
traffic restrictions and circumstances while driving.
• This software is designed for use exclusively in the INES900R. It cannot and may not be used in conjunction with
other hardware.
WARNING
This symbol means important instructions.
Failure to heed them can result in serious injury
or death.
DO NOT OPERATE ANY FUNCTION THAT TAKES YOUR
ATTENTION AWAY FROM SAFELY DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE.
Any function that requires your prolonged attention should only be
performed after coming to a complete stop. Always stop the vehicle
in a safe location before performing these functions.
Failure to do so may result in an accident.
KEEP SMALL OBJECTS SUCH AS SCREWS OUT OF THE
REACH OF CHILDREN.
Swallowing them may result in serious injury. If swallowed,
consult a physician immediately.
MINIMIZE DISPLAY VIEWING WHILE DRIVING.
Viewing the display may distract the driver from looking ahead of
the vehicle and cause an accident.
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DO NOT FOLLOW ROUTE SUGGESTIONS IF THE
NAVIGATION SYSTEM INSTRUCTS YOU TO PERFORM AN
UNSAFE OR ILLEGAL MANOEUVRE, OR PLACES YOU IN AN
UNSAFE SITUATION OR AREA.
This product is not a substitute for your personal judgment. Any
route suggestions by this system should never supersede any local
traffic regulations or your personal judgment or knowledge of safe
driving practice.
KEEP THE VOLUME AT A LEVEL WHERE YOU CAN STILL
HEAR OUTSIDE NOISES WHILE DRIVING.
Excessive volume levels that obscure sounds such as emergency
vehicle sirens or road warning signals (train crossings, etc.) can be
dangerous and may result in an accident. LISTENING AT LOUD
VOLUME LEVELS IN A CAR MAY ALSO CAUSE HEARING
DAMAGE.
DO NOT DISASSEMBLE OR ALTER.
Doing so may result in an accident, fire or electric shock.
USE ONLY IN CARS WITH A 12 VOLT NEGATIVE GROUND.
(Check with your dealer if you are not sure.) Failure to do so may
result in fire, etc.
USE THE CORRECT AMPERE RATING WHEN REPLACING
FUSES.
Failure to do so may result in fire or electric shock.
DO NOT BLOCK VENTS OR RADIATOR PANELS.
Doing so may cause heat to build up inside and may result in fire.
USE THIS PRODUCT FOR MOBILE 12V APPLICATIONS.
Use for other than its designed application may result in fire,
electric shock or other injury.
DO NOT PLACE HANDS, FINGERS OR FOREIGN OBJECTS IN
INSERTION SLOTS OR GAPS.
Doing so may result in personal injury or damage to the product.
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CAUTION
This symbol means important instructions.
Failure to heed them can result in injury or
material property damage.
HALT USE IMMEDIATELY IF A PROBLEM APPEARS.
Failure to do so may cause personal injury or damage to the
product. Return it to your authorized Alpine dealer or the nearest
Alpine Service Centre for repairing.
PRECAUTIONS
Product Cleaning
Use a soft dry cloth for periodic cleaning of the product. For more
severe stains, please dampen the cloth with water only. Anything
else has the chance of dissolving the paint or damaging the plastic.
Temperature
Be sure the temperature inside the vehicle is between +45°C
(+113°F) and 0°C (+32°F) before turning your unit on.
New Discs
To prevent the CD from jamming, “Unable to read Disc.” is
displayed if discs with irregular surfaces are inserted or if discs are
inserted incorrectly. When a new disc is ejected immediately after
initial loading, use your finger to feel around the inside of the
centre hole and outside edge of the disc. If you feel any small
bumps or irregularities, this could inhibit proper loading of the disc.
To remove the bumps, rub the inside edge of the hole and outside
edge of the disc with a ballpoint pen or other such instrument, then
insert the disc again.
Centre Hole
Moisture Condensation
You may notice the disc playback sound wavering due to
condensation. If this happens, remove the disc from the player and
wait about an hour for the moisture to evaporate.
Damaged Disc
Do not attempt to play cracked, warped, or damaged discs. Playing
a bad disc could severely damage the playback mechanism.
Maintenance
Centre Hole
New Disc
Outside
(Bumps)
Bumps
Installation Location
Make sure the INE-S900R will not be installed in a location
subjected to:
If you have problems, do not attempt to repair the unit yourself.
Return it to your Alpine dealer or the nearest Alpine Service
Station for servicing.
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Direct sun and heat
High humidity and water
Excessive dust
Excessive vibrations
Never Attempt the Following
Correct Handling
Do not grip or pull out the disc while it is being pulled back into the
player by the automatic reloading mechanism.
Do not attempt to insert a disc into the unit when the unit power is
off.
Do not drop the disc while handling. Hold the disc so you will not
leave fingerprints on the surface. Do not affix tape, paper, or
gummed labels to the disc. Do not write on the disc.
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INCORRECT
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Inserting Discs
Your player accepts only one disc at a time for playback. Do not
attempt to load more than one disc.
Make sure the label side is facing up when you insert the disc.
“Unable to read Disc.” will be displayed on your player if you
insert a disc incorrectly. If “Unable to read Disc.” continues to be
displayed even though the disc has been inserted correctly, push the
RESET switch with a pointed object such as a ballpoint pen.
Playing a disc while driving on a very bumpy road may result in
skips, but this will not scratch the disc or damage the player.
Irregular Shaped Discs
Disc Cleaning
Fingerprints, dust, or soil on the surface of the disc could cause the
DVD player to skip. For routine cleaning, wipe the playing surface
with a clean, soft cloth from the centre of the disc to the outer edge.
If the surface is heavily soiled, dampen a clean, soft cloth in a
solution of mild neutral detergent before cleaning the disc.
Be sure to use round shaped discs only for this unit and never use
any special shaped discs.
Use of special shaped discs may cause damage to the mechanism.
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Discs Playable on This Unit
Disc Accessories
There are various accessories available on the market for protecting
the disc surface and improving sound quality. However, most of
them will influence the thickness and/or diameter of the disc. Using
such accessories can cause operational problems. We recommend
not using these accessories on discs played in INE-S900R.
Transparent Sheet
Playable Discs
The discs listed below can be played on this unit.
Mark (logo)
Recorded Content
Disc size
DVD Video
Audio + Video
12 cm*
Music CD
Audio
12 cm
DivX®
Audio + Video
12 cm
Disc Stabilizer
• After turning the system off, a slight ghost of the image will
remain temporarily. This is an effect peculiar to LCD technology
and is normal.
• In cold temperature conditions, the screen may lose contrast
temporarily. After a short warm-up period, it will return to
normal.
Operation of some of the functions of this unit is very complex.
Because of this, it was deemed necessary to place these functions
into a special screen. This will restrict operation of these functions
to times when the vehicle is parked. This ensures the focus of the
driver’s attention will be on the road and not on the INE-S900R.
This has been done for the safety of the driver and passengers.
The car must be parked and the parking brake must be engaged for
the procedure described in the Owner’s Manual to be valid. The
warning “No operation while driving - for your safety” will be
displayed if any attempts are made to perform these operations
while driving.
• The INE-S900R draws minimal current even when its power switch is
turned off. If the switched power (ignition) lead of the INE-S900R is
connected directly to the positive (+) post of the vehicle’s battery, the
battery may be discharged.
An SPST (Single-Pole, Single-Throw) switch (sold separately) can be
added to simplify this procedure. Then, you can simply place it in the
OFF position when you leave the vehicle. Turn the SPST switch back
ON before using the INE-S900R. For connecting the SPST switch,
refer to the “Connection Diagram of SPST Switch (Sold Separately)”
(page 139). If the power (ignition) lead is unswitched, it must be
disconnected from the battery post should the vehicle be left unused
for an extended period of time.
* Two-layer DVD disc compatible
The formatted discs listed below can be played on this unit.
CD-R/
CD-RW
DVD-R/
DVD-RW
CD
Format
MP3 Format
(“mp3”)
WMA Format
(“wma”)
AAC Format
(“m4a”)
DVD Video
Format
DivX Format
(“avi”, “divx”)
ASF Format
(“asf”)
• Discs that are not finalised cannot be played back.
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DVD+R/
DVD+RW
Discs that cannot be played
Tips for making your own CDs
DVD-RAMs, CD-ROMs (excluding MP3/WMA/AAC files), Video
CD, photo CDs, etc.
The INE-S900R plays DVD Video, Audio CD, DivX® and has a
built in MP3/WMA/AAC decoder.
DualDisc
This unit is not compatible with DualDisc.
Using a DualDisc may cause unit malfunction, and may cause disc
damage when the disc is inserted/ejected.
Double-sided DVD
This unit is not compatible with double-sided DVD.
Using a double-sided DVD may cause unit malfunction, and may
cause disc damage when the disc is inserted/ejected.
The following information is designed to help you create your own
music CDs (either Audio CD or MP3/WMA/AAC encoded CD-R/
RW files).
What is the difference between an Audio and MP3/WMA/AAC
CD?
An Audio CD is the same format as the commercial CDs you buy
in the store (also known as CD-DA). MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer
3)/WMA (Windows Media Audio)/AAC (Advanced Audio
Coding) is a data file that uses a compression scheme to reduce the
size of the music file*.
This DVD player will play back any disc whose region number is 2
(or All). DVDs with a region number other than those listed below,
cannot be played on this DVD player.
Multisession CD-R/CD-RW:
Once a recording has been stopped, this is considered one session.
If the disc is not closed (finalised), additional data may be added.
Once this additional data has been recorded, this becomes a
“multisession” CD. Only the last session of a multisession DATA
formatted disc can be played, depending on the writing software
that is used to format the disc.
Using compact discs (CD/CD-R/CD-RW)
Properly formatted MP3/WMA/AAC Discs:
Use ISO9660 formatting to insure proper playback. You may use
standard ISO naming Level 1 (8.3 DOS standard), Level 2 (32
characters) or Joliet (Windows long filenames) file naming
conventions*.
DVD region number (playable region number)
If you use unspecified compact discs, correct performance cannot
be guaranteed.
You can play CD-Rs (CD-Recordables)/CD-RWs (CDReWritables) which have been recorded only on audio devices.
You can also play CD-Rs/CD-RWs containing MP3/WMA/AAC
formatted audio files.
• Some of the following discs may not play on this unit:
Flawed discs, discs with fingerprints, discs exposed to extreme
temperatures or sunlight (e.g., left in the car or this unit), discs
recorded under unstable conditions, discs on which a recording
failed or a re-recording was attempted, copy-protected CDs
which do not conform to the audio CD industry standard.
• Use discs with MP3/WMA/AAC files written in a format
compliant with this unit. For details, see pages 63 and 64.
To customers using CD-R/CD-RW
• If a CD-R/CD-RW cannot be played back, make sure the last
recording session was closed (finalised).
• Finalise the CD-R/CD-RW if necessary, and attempt playback
again.
* Please consult the Owner’s manual for additional information.
On handling compact discs (CD/CD-R/CD-RW)
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Do not touch the surface.
Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight.
Do not affix stickers or labels.
Clean the disc when it is dusty.
Make sure that the disc is smooth and flat.
Do not use commercially available disc accessories.
Do not leave the disc in the car or the unit for a long time.
Never expose the disc to direct sunlight.
Heat and humidity may damage the disc and you may not be
able to play it again.
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Using DVD-Rs/DVD-RWs/DVD+Rs/DVD+RWs
• This unit is compatible with discs recorded in the standard
DVD-Video formats.
• Note that discs not finalised (processed to enable to play on
playback-only DVD players) cannot be played on this DVD
player.
• Some discs may not play back, depending on the recording
device and disc format.
• Discs or files utilizing copy protection, may not be playable.
Some recording systems may not properly format copied files to
enable proper playback.
• In the following cases, the disc may not play on this unit:
discs recorded by certain DVD recorders, certain irregular discs,
flawed discs, dirty discs, when the pickup lens of this DVD
player is dirty, or when moisture condensation has occurred
inside the unit.
• Be sure to follow all cautions included with your DVD-Rs/
DVD-RWs/DVD+Rs/DVD+RWs discs.
• Do not put stickers, seals, or tape on the label side of DVD-Rs/
DVD-RWs/DVD+Rs/DVD+RWs.
• Compared to the regular discs, DVD-Rs/DVD-RWs/DVD+Rs/
DVD+RWs are more affected by heat, moisture, and direct
sunlight. If left in a car, etc., damage may occur and it might not
play on this unit.
• The operable temperature range for disc playback is as follows:
DVD-R/DVD-RW: -25 ~ +70°C
DVD+R/DVD+RW: +5 ~ +55°C
Disc terminology
Title
If titles are programmed for the DVD, these are the largest units of
division of the information recorded on the disc.
Chapter
Each Title may also be divided into smaller divisions, called
chapters. These can be specific scenes or musical selections.
Protecting the USB connector
• Only an iPod/iPhone or USB memory can be connected to the
USB connector on this unit. Correct performance using other
USB products cannot be guaranteed.
• If the USB connector is used, be sure to use only the supplied
connector cable with the unit. A USB hub is not supported.
• A USB memory with write protection switched on may not work
correctly.
• Depending on the connected USB memory device, the unit may
not function or some functions may not be performed.
• The audio file format that can be played back on the unit is
MP3/WMA/AAC.
• Artist/song name, etc., can be displayed, however characters
may not be correctly displayed.
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CAUTION
Alpine accepts no responsibility for lost data, etc., lost as a result of
using this product.
On Handling USB Memory
• This unit can control a memory storage device that supports the
USB Mass Storage Class (MSC) protocol. Playable audio file
formats are MP3, WMA and AAC.
• USB memory function is not guaranteed. Use USB memory
according to the terms of agreement. Read the USB memory
Owner’s Manual thoroughly.
• Avoid usage or storage in the following locations:
Anywhere in the car exposed to direct sunlight or high
temperatures.
Anywhere the possibility of high humidity or corrosive
substances are present.
• Fix the USB memory in a location where driver operation will
not be hindered.
• USB memory may not function correctly at high or low
temperature.
• Use only certified USB memory. Note that even certified USB
memory, may not function correctly depending on its type or
state.
• Depending on the settings of the USB memory type, memory
state or encoding software, the unit may not play back or display
properly.
• Files protected by DRM (Digital Rights Management), cannot
be played back on this unit. These include AAC formatted files
purchased from the iTunes Store and WMA or other files with
some form of copyright protection.
• USB memory may take time to start playback. If there is a
particular file other than audio in the USB memory, it may take
considerable time before the file is played back or searched.
• The unit can play back “mp3”, “wma” or “m4a” file extensions.
• Do not add the above extensions to a file other than audio data.
This non-audio data will not be recognized. The resulting
playback may contain noise that can damage speakers and/or
amplifiers.
• It is recommended to back up important data on a personal
computer.
• Do not remove the USB device while playback is in progress.
Change SOURCE to something other than USB, then remove the
USB device to prevent possible damage to its memory.
Contents
Changing between the NAVIGATION menu
and the AUDIO/VISUAL menu .................. 19
Touch operation .............................................. 19
Operating Instructions
PRECAUTIONS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION, PLEASE READ
CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THIS
PRODUCT. .................................................... 1
Window operations ......................................... 19
Appearance of the NAVIGATION
Window .................................................... 19
Appearance of the AUDIO/VISUAL
Window .................................................... 20
Changing to the Info. Window .................... 20
Resize the Window ...................................... 20
Selecting an Item in a List .............................. 21
CAUTION .................................................. 2
Using the On-Screen Keyboard ...................... 21
Entering characters ...................................... 21
Entering number .......................................... 21
Turn off the Screen ......................................... 22
PRECAUTIONS ........................................ 3
Setting the Clock Display ............................... 22
Points to Observe for Safe Usage ..................... 1
WARNING ................................................. 1
Discs Playable on This Unit ............................. 4
Getting Started
Preface
Navigation
Basic Operations
About This Navigation System ....................... 16
How to View a Navigation Screen .................. 23
Current Vehicle Position Map
(without route) ......................................... 23
Point Display ............................................... 24
Displaying a Desired Place ............................. 24
Scrolling the Map ........................................ 24
Displaying the Current Vehicle Position
Map .......................................................... 24
Changing the Map Scale ................................. 25
Location of Controls ....................................... 16
Changing the Map Orientation ....................... 25
Turning the System On ................................... 17
Changing the Map Mode ................................ 26
About the Manoeuvre List Screen ............... 26
Display the POI Icon ...................................... 27
Navigation systems ......................................... 13
GPS (Global Positioning System) ............... 13
Gyroscope/ Speed sensor ............................ 13
Navigation Terminology ................................. 14
Features ........................................................... 15
Before Using The System
Initial System Start-Up ................................... 17
Basic Operation
Turning Power On or Off ................................ 18
Inserting/Ejecting a Disc ................................ 18
Inserting the Disc ........................................ 18
Removing the Disc ...................................... 18
Using the Front AUX Input Terminal ............. 18
Adjusting the Volume ..................................... 18
Adjusting the volume of the Audio/Visual
mode ......................................................... 18
Adjusting the volume of the Navi
Guidance .................................................. 18
Adjusting the volume of the Sound (Beep)
Guide ........................................................ 19
Lowering Volume Quickly .............................. 19
About Congestion Areas ................................. 27
About Dynamic Route Guidance .................... 28
If the Dynamic route guidance is set to
Manual ..................................................... 28
If the Dynamic Route Guidance is set to
Auto ......................................................... 28
Finding Your Destination
Searching for a Destination/Route .................. 29
Displaying the Destination Menu Screen ....... 30
Displaying from the Map screen ................. 30
Displaying from the Navigation Menu
screen ....................................................... 30
Country selection operation ........................ 30
Finding by Address ......................................... 31
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Finding a Point of Interest (POI) .................... 32
Detour ............................................................. 48
Finding a Place by Intersection ...................... 33
Reroute ............................................................ 48
Finding the Nearest Points of Interest
(POI) ............................................................ 34
Cancel Route ................................................... 48
Finding by Postcode ....................................... 35
Navigation Edit Function
Finding by Coordinates .................................. 35
Displaying the Edit Address Screen ............... 49
Finding a Destination Using the Address
Book ............................................................ 36
Editing the Address Book ............................... 49
Delete Address Book Entry ......................... 50
Delete All Address Book Entry ................... 50
Name Change .............................................. 50
Icon Change ................................................ 51
Icon Display Setting .................................... 51
Location Change ......................................... 51
Phone Number Change ............................... 51
Editing the Home ............................................ 52
Finding a Place from the Destination
History ......................................................... 36
Finding a Destination by Home ...................... 37
Finding a Destination by Scrolling Displayed
Map ............................................................. 37
Finding facilities in the vicinity of the specified
location by Scrolling the Displayed Map .... 38
Finding a Destination by POI icon ................. 38
Confirm Destination
Change Method ............................................... 39
Set as Current Position ................................... 40
Save as Address Book .................................... 41
Save as Home ................................................. 41
Deleting the Last Destination ......................... 52
Delete All of the Destination History .......... 52
TMC Operation
About the TMC Information ........................... 53
Displaying the Traffic Event Information ....... 54
Audio/Visual
Add a Waypoint .............................................. 42
Route Guidance
Guidance Display ........................................... 43
Intersection/junction guidance .................... 43
Motorway entrance/exit ramp guidance ...... 43
Border guidance .......................................... 44
Direction line display .................................. 44
Voice Guidance ............................................... 44
Examples for voice guidance to the
destination ................................................ 44
Examples for voice guidance on arrival at the
destination/waypoint/ferry port/car train
terminal .................................................... 44
Confirming the voice guidance ................... 44
Personal POI guidance .................................... 45
Edit Route
Displaying the Edit Route Screen ................... 46
Delete Waypoint ............................................. 46
Arrange Waypoints automatically .................. 46
Arranges Waypoints manually ........................ 47
See Route Summary ....................................... 47
Change Method ............................................... 47
Start Demo ...................................................... 47
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Basic Operation
Selecting the Source ....................................... 56
Displaying the Audio/Visual Source Main
Screen .......................................................... 56
Turning off the Audio/Visual Source .............. 56
Radio
Listening to the Radio ..................................... 57
Presetting Stations Manually .......................... 57
Presetting Stations Automatically .................. 57
Tuning to Preset Stations ................................ 57
RDS Operation
Turning AF (Alternative Frequencies) On or
Off ............................................................... 58
Receiving Traffic Information
Automatically .............................................. 58
Receiving Traffic Information Manually ........ 58
PTY (Programme Type) Tuning ..................... 59
Priority News .................................................. 59
Displaying Radio Text .................................... 59
CD/MP3/WMA/AAC
Up/Down Function ......................................... 75
Playback .......................................................... 61
Repeat Play ..................................................... 76
Repeat Play ..................................................... 61
Random Play (Shuffle) ................................... 76
Random Play (M.I.X.) .................................... 61
Random Play (Shuffle All) ............................. 76
Random Play (Shuffle Songs) (M.I.X. All) .... 62
Selecting Folders (concerning MP3/WMA/
AAC) ........................................................... 62
Searching from CD Text ................................. 62
File/Folder Name Search (Concerning MP3/
WMA/AAC) ................................................ 62
About MP3/WMA/AAC ................................. 63
DVD
Playing a Disc ................................................. 65
If a menu screen appears ............................. 66
Numeric Keypad Input Operations .............. 67
Displaying the Top Menu Screen ................ 67
Displaying the Menu Screen ....................... 67
Displaying the Menu Operation Mode
Screen ....................................................... 67
Stopping Playback (Pre Stop) ......................... 67
Stopping Playback .......................................... 67
Fast-forwarding/Fast-reversing ....................... 67
Finding the Beginnings of Chapters/Files ...... 68
Playing Still Frames (Pausing) ....................... 68
Forward/reverse frame-by-frame Playback .... 68
Slow Motion Playback .................................... 68
Selecting Folders ............................................ 68
Repeat Playback ............................................. 68
Searching by Title Number ............................. 69
Searching Directly by Chapter Number ......... 69
Searching for a Desired Video File ................. 69
Switching the Angle ....................................... 70
Switching the Audio Tracks ........................... 70
Switching the Subtitles
(Subtitle Language) ..................................... 70
USB Memory
Playback .......................................................... 77
Auxiliary Device (Optional)
Operating Auxiliary Devices .......................... 77
Operating an External DVD Changer ............. 78
Change to the External DVD Changer
mode ........................................................ 78
About the DVD changer operation
screen ....................................................... 78
Operating Mobile Digital TV Receiver
(DVB-T) ...................................................... 79
Changing to the Mobile Digital TV Receiver
(DVB-T) mode ......................................... 79
About the DVB-T operation screen ............. 79
Other Useful Features
Hands-Free Phone Control
About the Hands-Free Phone .......................... 80
How to connect to a BLUETOOTH compatible
device (Pairing) ........................................... 80
Connecting the mobile phone from this
unit ........................................................... 80
Using the mobile phone .............................. 81
Connecting a BLUETOOTH compatible
device .......................................................... 81
Disconnecting the BLUETOOTH
Connection .................................................. 81
Updating the device information about
BLUETOOTH ............................................. 82
About DivX® .................................................. 71
Deleteing the registered BLUETOOTH
device .......................................................... 82
Clearing one device information ................. 82
Clear all device information ........................ 82
Answering a Call ............................................ 82
About ASF ...................................................... 71
Adjusting the volume ...................................... 83
Switching from the disc menu ........................ 70
Switching Display Modes ............................... 71
iPod/iPhone (Optional)
Playback .......................................................... 73
Searching for a desired Music File ................. 74
Searching by artist name ............................. 74
Searching for a desired Video File ................. 75
Hanging up the Telephone .............................. 83
Calling ............................................................ 83
Dialling a Number In Call History .............. 83
Entering a phone number to make a call ..... 83
Dialling a Number In The Phone Book ....... 84
Using one-touch dialling to make a call ...... 84
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Redial Function ........................................... 84
Calling from the Confirmation screen ......... 84
Operations During a Conversation ................. 84
Changing the voice output ........................... 84
Adjusting the speech volume ...................... 85
Tone dialling function ................................. 85
Phone Book Function ..................................... 85
Transferring the phone book ....................... 85
Synchronising the phone book .................... 85
Changing the character code of the phone
book ......................................................... 85
Deleting the phone book entries .................. 86
Assigning as the one-touch dialling
number ..................................................... 86
Alphabet Searching Function ...................... 86
Call History Function ..................................... 87
Making a call using the Call history ........... 87
Deleting the Call history ............................. 87
User setup ....................................................... 87
User Setup Operation .................................. 87
Setting to Receive Calls automatically ........ 88
Setting the Caller's name display ................ 88
Setting the Secret data display .................... 88
Setting the passcode for displaying Secret
data ........................................................... 88
Setting the Auto Storing Call History ......... 88
Rear Camera Operation (Optional)
Turning the Rear Camera On and Off ............. 89
Setup
General Setup
General Setup Operation ................................ 91
Dimmer Setup ................................................. 92
Setting the Illumination Brightness ............. 92
Adjusting the Level of Backlight ................ 92
Adjusting the Level of Keylight .................. 92
Display Setup .................................................. 92
Setting the Scroll ......................................... 92
Setting the Wallpaper colour ....................... 92
Setting the Menu colour .............................. 92
Volume Setup .................................................. 92
Sound (Beep) Guide Function ..................... 92
Navi Guidance Volume Adjustment ............ 92
Guidance volume confirmation ................... 92
Auto volume Adjustment ............................ 93
Rear view camera Setup ................................. 93
Setting the Rear Camera .............................. 93
Rear camera guide line display setting ........ 93
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Adjusting the Rear Camera Guide line ....... 93
Adjusting the picture quality of the Rear
Camera screen .......................................... 93
System Setup .................................................. 94
Setting the Language ................................... 94
Setting the Keypad ...................................... 94
Setting the Units (km/m or mile/yard) ........ 94
Setting of Calendar Display Pattern
Switching ................................................. 94
Clock Setup ..................................................... 94
Setting the Clock Display ............................ 94
Setting Daylight Saving Time ..................... 94
Setting Time Zone ....................................... 94
Installation Setup ............................................ 95
Installation check ........................................ 95
Setting Security code ................................... 95
Adjusting the Touch Panel .......................... 96
Adjusting the Vehicle position
calibration ................................................ 96
Setting Speed pulse type ............................. 97
Formatting the SD memory card ................. 97
Initializing the System ................................. 98
Restore default setting .................................... 98
Navigation Setup
Navigation Setup Operation ........................... 99
Map Setup ..................................................... 100
Setting the Map Colour Display ................ 100
Setting the Night/Day Display .................. 100
Adjusting the 3D view angle ..................... 100
Setting the Next street Name Display ....... 100
Setting the Direction line Display ............. 101
Setting the Tracking point Display ............ 101
Setting the Motorway mode ...................... 101
Setting the Vehicle Position Mark ............. 101
Points of Interest Setup ................................. 101
Setting the POI Icon Display ..................... 101
Setting the POI Icons Display Category ... 102
Setting the Address book icon Display ..... 102
Guidance Setup ............................................. 102
Setting the Border Guidance ..................... 102
The estimated Arrival Time Display
Setting .................................................... 102
Setting the Arrival Time ............................ 102
Setting the Intersection Guidance ............. 102
Setting the Average Speed ......................... 103
The Interrupt Display to the Audio/Visual
Screen setting ......................................... 103
Route Setup ................................................... 103
Setting the Dynamic Route Guidance ....... 103
RDS-TMC Setup .......................................... 103
Traffic Event Arrow display setting .......... 103
TMC icon display setting .......................... 103
Country Setting ......................................... 104
Station Setting ........................................... 104
Performing the pay TMC Activation ......... 104
Storing Region Selection .............................. 105
Personal POI Setup ....................................... 105
Updating POI warning data ....................... 105
Deleting POI warning data ........................ 106
POI warning data icon display setting ....... 106
POI warning data guidance setting ............ 106
Updating custom POI data ........................ 106
Editing custom POI data ........................... 107
Deleting custom POI data ......................... 107
Custom POI data Icon display setting ....... 107
Storing custom POI data on a USB
memory .................................................. 108
Storing tracking points to a USB
memory .................................................. 108
Navi information ........................................... 108
Displaying GPS status ............................... 108
Displaying Version information ................ 108
Phone Setup
Phone Setup Operation ................................. 114
Changing the Device information ................. 115
Editing device name .................................. 115
Editing device passcode ............................ 115
BLUETOOTH Setup .................................... 115
Setting the Search Mode ........................... 115
Sound Setup
Sound Setup Operation ................................. 116
Adjusting Balance/Fader ........................... 116
Adjusting Bass Level ................................ 116
Adjusting Treble Level .............................. 116
Adjusting the Subwoofer Level ................. 116
Setting the Loudness ................................. 116
Turning Defeat ON or OFF ....................... 116
Visual Setup
Visual EQ Setup Operation ........................... 117
Storing and recalling the picture quality
adjustment values ................................... 118
Audio Setup
Audio Setup Operation ................................. 109
AUX Setup .................................................... 110
Setting the Rear AUX Primary .................. 110
Adjusting the Rear AUX Audio Level ...... 110
Setting the AUX Secondary ...................... 110
Setting the Front AUX .............................. 110
Adjusting the Front AUX Audio Level ..... 110
Radio Setup ................................................... 110
Adjusting Source Signal Levels ................ 110
PI SEEK Setting ........................................ 110
Receiving RDS Regional (Local)
Stations ................................................... 110
Setting PTY31 (Emergency Broadcast)
Reception ............................................... 110
DVD Setup .................................................... 111
Changing the language setting .................. 111
Setting of the Menu Language .................. 111
Setting of the Audio Language ................. 111
Setting of the Subtitle Language ............... 111
Changing the Country Code Setting ......... 111
Setting the Rating Level
(Parental Lock) ...................................... 112
Changing the Passcode .............................. 112
Setting the Menu skip function ................. 112
Displaying DivX® Disc Information ......... 112
Setting the TV Screen Mode ..................... 113
Setting the Downmix Mode ...................... 113
Resets DVD setup ..................................... 113
Information
Fluctuation of the Current Position or
Tracks ........................................................ 119
Fluctuation by GPS Positioning not
Acceptable ............................................. 119
Fluctuation by GPS Satellites .................... 119
Other Fluctuations ..................................... 119
About DVDs ................................................. 120
List of Language Codes ................................ 121
List of Country Codes ................................... 122
In Case of Difficulty ..................................... 124
If this Message Appears ............................... 127
Specifications ................................................ 130
END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT
(Microsoft) ................................................ 132
END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT
(NAVTEQ) ................................................ 133
THE MARKS OF COMPANIES ................. 134
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Installation and
Connections
Warning ................................................ 135
Caution ................................................. 135
Precautions .......................................... 135
Installation .................................................... 136
Connections .................................................. 140
System Example ........................................... 142
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Getting Started
Two dimension positioning
Preface
When GPS satellite reception is less than optimal positioning is
performed in two dimensions: latitude/longitude. In the latter case, since
altitude cannot be determined, minor positioning discrepancies can
occur three dimension positioning.
Navigation systems
There may be a delay before the actual vehicle’s position
is displayed
This navigation system uses three different sensing devices to determine
the present location and to track the progress of the vehicle. These three
devices are: a GPS (Global Positioning System) receiver which receives
digital signals from GPS satellites to determine the current position of
the vehicle, a gyroscope which determines which direction the vehicle
turns, and a speedometer pulse sensor which determine how far the
vehicle has travelled. Because this system incorporates a gyroscope and
a speed sensor, the system will be able to display the vehicle’s position
and track the vehicle’s progress even in areas where the GPS signal may
be blocked.
All map data is contained on a removable SD memory card. This system
integrates this unique map database with the sensing devices to
automatically plot out a route when a destination is entered. While
driving, the navigation system guides you along the route with pictorial
displays and verbal prompts.
Determination of the present vehicle’s position starts when the ignition
key is turned to the ACC or ON position, and ends when the key is
turned OFF. When the key is first turned to the ACC or ON position
delay of approximately one to two minutes is typical before the present
vehicle’s position can be displayed.
The error from the actual position of the vehicle
When GPS signals can be received from 4 or more satellites, 3
dimensional positioning (altitude, latitude, and longitude) of the vehicle
can be determined. In this case, error is in the range of 30 to 200 meters.
When GPS signals can only be received from 3 satellites, only two
dimensional positioning (latitude and longitude) can be determined,
resulting in a slight increase in error. When GPS signals can only be
received from less than three satellites, positioning of the vehicle
through GPS is not possible. In addition to the inherent GPS error
margin, the error rate may also increase if the United States Department
of Defense deliberately changes its accuracy.
Locations where GPS signals are received easily
The optimum locations for receiving GPS signals are locations that
command a good view where there are no tall buildings, trees, or other
objects to obstruct the signals.
Gyroscope/ Speed sensor
• Altitude display accuracy can vary widely since the system uses only
GPS signals for determining altitude approximations. Unlike altitude
measurement, map matching accuracy is much more precise due to
calculation methods that utilize three inputs: 1) GPS signals, 2)
vehicle speed signals, and 3) the system’s built-in electronic gyro
signals.
GPS (Global Positioning System)
The gyroscope is a sensor that accurately measures the angle by which
the direction of a vehicle or other moving body changes.
Gyroscopes are used in inertial navigation systems for airliners and
ships. In this navigation system, the gyroscope is used together with the
speed sensor, making it possible to display the position of the vehicle
even in locations where GPS signals may be blocked.
Direction
Mileage
This system receives signals from 3 or more GPS satellites (operated by
the United States Department of Defense) orbiting at an altitude of
21,000 kilometers and measures the present car position using the same
principles as triangulation. If the system receives signals from more
than three GPS satellites, positioning becomes possible.
The GPS positioning system uses both three dimensional and two
dimensional positioning.
Three dimension positioning
If GPS satellite reception is good, the positioning can be performed in
three dimensions: latitude/longitude/altitude.
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About car positional accuracy on initial use
Address book
Accurate Gyroscope/Speed sensor performance is not possible first
without accumulating driving some data.
The car position may not be correctly displayed after initial installation
of the system without inputting information about any previous changes
(exchanging the tire, etc.).
The error margin between sensor information and GPS data (as
calculated from the vehicle position) is continuously analyzed/revised,
resulting in a gradual increase in system accuracy.
A measurement is constant even if GPS signals cannot be received
avoiding the “filling of the gap” that occurs in running only the Gyro
sensor.
Locations you go to frequently can be stored into address book and
marked on the map. The system can store up to 200 points. You can add
icons at the marking locations so that the system also displays the icons
on the map.
Navigation Terminology
Mark
Motorway-preference selection
Navigation
The navigation system displays and tracks the vehicle’s position and
movement on a moving map display. When a destination is input, the
navigation system quickly calculates a route and guides you along the
route with pictorial displays and voice prompts.
Present Vehicle Position
The present vehicle position is indicated by an arrowhead within a circle
Present vehicle position
Map matching
Since GPS navigation has an error window of about 30 m - 200 m, the
position of your vehicle may be calculated in such a way that it is
displayed incorrectly off the road. Map matching automatically corrects
this error so that the position is displayed on the road.
Destination
The point on the map that is your destination is specified and displayed
with the destination icon.
You can set up a destination and 4 waypoints for the same journey.
Route
When a destination is input, the navigation system automatically
calculates a route and displays it in blue on the map
Route (Blue)
Destination icon
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When searching for routes with the navigation system, you can switch
between searching for routes that give priority to motorways and those
that give priority to ordinary roads. When you specify motorway
preference, the navigation system automatically searches for a route that
gives priority to motorways and guides you along that route.
Features
Large Touch-screen Monitor
This device is equipped with touch screen. Just touch the screen to
operate this unit. You can also operate it using the remote control (sold
separately).
18 Languages Selectable
Built-in RDS-TMC Receiver
Real time traffic information from the Traffic Message Channel (TMC)
will be automatically received. In the event of a traffic jam or traffic
restriction, etc., you will be informed by voice and visual guidance.
TMC traffic information is already broadcast in Austria, Andorra,
Belgium, Switzerland, Czech, Germany, Denmark, Spain, France,
Liechtenstein, Great Britain, Italy, Luxembourg, Monaco, Norway,
Netherlands, San Marino and Vatican City.
You can choose one of the 18 languages for using this unit.
• RDS-TMC information may not be received depending on FM radio
reception and TMC service conditions.
Automatic Route Calculation
Enjoying DVD with clear pictures
Just select the destination and your navigation system does the rest,
automatically searching for the route you need.
DVD-Video stored in high definition and high-quality sound format can
be played. DivX® mode and ASF mode are supported.
Real Time Voice Guide
Enjoying MP3/WMA/AAC player
A voice guide informs you of the distance and direction until your
course changes, giving advice timed to match road conditions.
<NAV> button lets you repeat the last voice guide when needed by just
pushing the button.
The voice guidance may not be given if the vehicle’s present position is
too near the destination.
CD-R/CD-RW/DVD-R/DVD-RW/DVD+R/DVD+RW or USB memory
is playable.
iPod/iPhone Connection
You can connect iPod/iPhone using an optional cable (sold separately)
and play back songs and video in iPod/iPhone.
Map Zooming
You can change the map display in 12 magnification scales.
3-Dimensional Map Display
A bird's eye view, 3-dimensional map can also be displayed.
Multiple-Destination Setting
You can set up to a destination and 4 waypoints in any order you like for
the same journey.
Intersection Zoom (Auto Zoom Map)
As you near intersections and cross points, the map display
automatically zooms in to show a more detailed view that you will need.
This means there is no need to press the zoom buttons.
Direct Input of Name of Place of Interest
Input only the name of a place of interest (without inputting the city
name) to search for the route to the place of interest.
Safety Camera Warning
This feature allows you to receive a warning when approaching a Road
Safety Camera. You must ensure on your own liability that using this
feature is legal in the country where you intend to use.
Dynamic Route Guidance Function
While following the route you have set, this function continuously
searches for alternative routes to optimize travel time. The dynamic
route guidance is performed based on TMC restriction events (accident,
traffic congestion, etc.).
A message will be displayed to inform you that a route search to avoid a
restriction district for a particular day, week, time and the detour point is
made automatically.
Detour of Congestion Area
Areas in London, for example, where a congestion tax has been
introduced, are shown in a different colour (scale less than 2 km). You
can also search for a detour around a congested area.
Built-in Gyroscope and Speed Sensors
The gyroscope for sensing direction and the speed pulse sensor for
detecting distance provide data which allows the vehicle position and
direction to be displayed even in locations where the GPS signals
cannot be received, such as between high buildings or in tunnels.
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0 NAV
Before Using The
System
Displays the current position screen. While the system is
performing route guidance, pressing the <NAV> button will
repeat voice guidance.
! RESET switch
The system of this unit is reset.
@ Front AUX Input Terminal
About This Navigation System
This system is shipped with an SD memory card that is already inserted
into the system. The SD memory card contains the necessary data such
as map data.
• Usually, you do not need to remove the SD memory card.
• If the SD memory card is malfunctioning for any reason, consult your
nearest Alpine dealer.
• Do not insert the SD memory card into another device such as a
computer. Doing so may cause data corruption.
Location of Controls
Connects a portable music player, etc., to the system. For
details, see “Using the Front AUX Input Terminal” (page 18).
# Disc indicator
The light will turn off when a disc is inserted.
Optional Remote Control Interface Box
This unit is operable using the vehicle’s secondary radio
controls. An Alpine Remote Control Interface Box (optional) is
required. For details, contact your Alpine dealer.
Controllable with Remote Control
This unit can be controlled with an optional Alpine remote
control (RUE-4202). Some operations are possible in Audio/
Visual mode. For details, consult your Alpine dealer.
Point the optional remote control transmitter at the remote
control sensor.
About the button descriptions used in this Owner’s
Manual
1
button
Ejects a disc.
2 Disc Slot
3 Monitor
4 Remote sensor / Dimmer sensor
• Point the optional remote control transmitter (RUE-4202)
towards the remote sensor within a range of 2 meters.
Some operations are possible in Audio/Visual mode.
• Senses the brightness of the car interior.
5
(VOL.)
Turns up the volume of the audio/visual mode.
6 MUTE
Activating this function will instantly lower the volume level
by 20 dB.
7
(VOL.)
Turns down the volume of the audio/visual mode.
8 SOURCE / PWR
Displays the Audio/Visual screen. If the Audio/Visual screen
is already displayed, changes the source. The unit turns off
when you press the button for more than 3 seconds.
9 MENU
Displays the Menu screen. When the system is in the
navigation mode, displays the NAVIGATION screen. When
the system is in the audio/visual mode, displays the AUDIO/
VISUAL screen.
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This Owner’s Manual uses square brackets to present a
touch switch name (e.g. [Destination]), and uses angle
brackets to present a button name on the body (e.g.
<MENU>).
Turning the System On
Initial System Start-Up
With the Alpine navigation system, when the ignition key is turned to
ACC or ON, the opening screen will be automatically displayed.
Be sure to press the RESET switch when using the unit for the first
time, after changing the car battery, etc.
1
1
Turn off the unit power.
2
Remove the cover.
When the system is used for the first time, both the
language selection menu and important information
saying “Disclaimer” are displayed on the same
screen. There are 18 languages to choose from.
Touch [ ] or [ ] to scroll the list, and then touch
the desired language.
RESET switch
3
After the language has been selected, important
information is displayed in each language. Be sure to read
the important information.
2
Press RESET switch with a ballpoint pen or similar
pointed object.
After you have read this important information,
touch [OK].
The radio screen is displayed.
• Some of this unit’s functions cannot be performed while the vehicle is
in motion. Be sure to stop your vehicle in a safe location and apply
the parking brake before attempting these operations.
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Basic Operation
Turning Power On or Off
1
Turn the ignition key to the ACC or ON position.
Using the Front AUX Input Terminal
Connect a portable music player, etc., by simply connecting it to the
input on the front panel. An optional adapter cable is required (standard
RCA to 3.5ø mini-phono plug or 3.5ø to 3.5ø mini phono plug).
You can also play back video connecting with an optional AV cable (4pole mini AV plug to 3-RCA).
1
Remove the cover from the Front AUX Input Terminal.
The system is automatically turning on. After turned on, the
opening screen appears first and then the mode screen
(map screen, radio screen, etc.) appears.
• When turned on, the system displays the last mode
screen that was displayed before the ignition key was
turned off. For example, when the navigation mode
screen is displayed, if you turn off the ignition key and
then turn it on, the system displays the navigation mode
screen again.
2
Front AUX Input terminal
2
To turn off the system, press and hold the
<SOURCE/PWR> button for more than 3 seconds.
Usable 4-pole mini AV plug
The system is turned off.
• The unit can be turned on by pressing any button on the unit, except
(Eject).
Connect a portable music player, etc., by using an
optional adapter cable.
The unit accepts the following 4-pole mini AV plug pin-out:
Audio L (White)
Audio R (Red)
Ground
Inserting/Ejecting a Disc
Video (Yellow)
Inserting the Disc
1
Insert the disc with the label side facing up.
Disc Slot
• Please check pin-out carefully before use of this product. Depending
on the cable, there may be no picture and/or sound.
Adjusting the Volume
When you insert the disc up to certain point, it is
automatically pulled into the unit. The unit starts to play the
disc.
• Do not touch the surface of the disc directly with your fingers.
• Before inserting or removing the disc, always turn the ignition key to
ACC or ON. You cannot remove or insert the disc with the ignition
key turned to OFF.
Press <
>.
When the disc has been ejected part way, take it out.
• If the disc cannot be ejected by pressing <
< > again for at least 10 seconds.
Adjusting the volume of the Audio/Visual
mode
1
Press <
> or <
>.
: Turns up the volume.
: Turns down the volume.
Removing the Disc
1
You can adjust the volume by the button on the body or the Setup
screen.
>, press and hold
• Navi MIX Level: The audio volume during the navigation guide can
be set by adjusting the audio volume while the navigation guide
continues. When the navigation guide finishes, the previous audio
volume and the previous screen are restored. For example, if
navigation cuts in when the volume is lower than the setting level, the
volume during the navigation guide will be reset to the current
listening volume. (When the navigation guide cuts in, the audio
volume does not increase.)
Adjusting the volume of the Navi Guidance
Adjust on the Setup screen.
For details, see “Navi Guidance Volume Adjustment” (page 92).
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Adjusting the volume of the Sound (Beep)
Guide
Adjust on the Setup screen.
For details, see “Sound (Beep) Guide Function” (page 92).
Lowering Volume Quickly
Activating the Audio Mute function will instantly lower the volume
level by 20 dB.
1
Press <MUTE> to activate the MUTE mode.
The audio level will decrease by about 20 dB and “Mute”
flashes.
2
Pressing <MUTE> again will bring the audio back to
its previous level.
Changing between the NAVIGATION
menu and the AUDIO/VISUAL menu
1
Press <MENU>.
The NAVIGATION menu screen or the AUDIO/VISUAL menu
screen appears.
In the navigation mode, the NAVIGATION menu screen
appears. In the audio/visual mode, the AUDIO/VISUAL
menu screen appears.
2
• In this Owner’s Manual, the navigation instructions assume that the
NAVIGATION menu screen appears when the <MENU> button is
pressed. Also, the audio/visual instructions assume that the AUDIO/
VISUAL menu screen appears when the <MENU> button is pressed.
Touch operation
You can operate the system by using the touch panel on the screen.
• Be sure to touch the switch lightly with the pad of your finger on the
display to protect the display.
• If you touch a switch and there is no reaction, remove your finger
from the display once, and try again.
• Touch switches that cannot be operated appear dull in colour.
Common touch switches
: Returns to the previous screen. Depending on the
function, this switch may cancel the operations
performed on the screen.
: Closes the window.
Window operations
This system uses window displays on the map screen and the AUDIO/
VISUAL main screen.
In the NAVIGATION mode, the AUDIO/VISUAL Window is
displayed, which allows you to perform simple operations in the
AUDIO/VISUAL mode. In AUDIO/VISUAL mode, the current
position screen is displayed.
Furthermore, you can change to the Info. Window to display the clock/
calendar.
Appearance of the NAVIGATION Window
To change to the NAVIGATION menu screen, touch
the [NAVIGATION] tab.
1
To change to the AUDIO/VISUAL menu screen, touch
the [AUDIO/VISUAL] tab.
2
3
6
5 4
1 The clock display
Touch the
[NAVIGATION]
tab.
Touch the
[AUDIO/VISUAL]
tab.
2 The next guidance point name*
3 The current position icon
4 The direction
5 The distance to the next guidance point*
6 The turn direction at the next guidance point*
* Appears only when the system is providing route guidance.
• If a 3D map is displayed on the map screen, it changes to the 2D
Heading Up display automatically.
If you press <MENU> on the MENU screen, the
NAVIGATION menu screen and AUDIO/VISUAL menu
screen are switched alternately.
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Appearance of the AUDIO/VISUAL Window
1
Audio mode view
1
Changing to the Info. Window
2
Touch the [(mode name)] switch on the Window.
3
4
5
[(mode name)] switch
The Window changes to the Info. Window. The current time
and the calendar are displayed.
Visual mode view
1
2
3
4
2
5
The window returns to the previous screen.
1 [(mode name)] switch (The source display)
2 The clock display
3 The artwork/image display
The appearance and function of the UP/DOWN switch
varies depending on the source.
1
Touch the resize switch.
The window changes to mini size.
Function
DVD/CD/USB/iPod
Changing Track/File/Chapter
Radio/RDS
• Distance mode/Local mode:
Automatic tuning
• Manual mode: Changing the
channel
• RDS mode: TA skip
AUX
Resize the Window
You can change the Window size to mini size.
4 The UP/DOWN switch
Source
Touch [Info.].
–
Resize switch
EXT.DVD Changer
Changing Track
DVB-T
Changing Channel number /
Favorite channel number
5 The information display
DVD: Chapter no.
iPod/MP3/WMA/AAC: Song Title/The playback elapsed time
indicator
CD: Track name, Current song no./Total song no./
The playback elapsed time indicator
Radio: Frequency, PS (Programme Service) Name
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2
To restore the Window size, touch the resize switch
once more.
Selecting an Item in a List
Using the On-Screen Keyboard
To scroll through a list, perform the following operations.
When you are required to input a character on the screen using the
keyboard, the display changes to the keyboard. Use the displayed
characters to input information. The following procedure explains how
to select characters.
1
Touch [
down.
] or [
] to scroll items one by one up or
Entering characters
1
Touch the desired character.
2
1
2
3
Touch and hold [
the list.
] or [
] to scroll quickly through
4
6
7
5
1 Text window
Displays the selected characters/numerals.
2
(Delete)
Returns to the previous character and erases it.
Touching here for more than 2 seconds will erase all input
characters.
1*
3 Character keypad
There are 3 progressive levels of scroll speed.
At first, when you touch and hold, the list scrolls 4 lines per
second. After holding for a while, the list scrolls 8 lines per
second. After holding even further, the list scrolls 40 lines
per second.
1 When the list is arranged in alphabetical order, an
initial letter appears while scrolling at the highest
speed.
* This feature may not be available for some lists.
4 OK
The selected character is set. The available characters,
depending on the item, are shown in the list.
5
(Space)
6 Special character selector switch
Changes the character keypad to display additional
characters.
7 Number/symbol selector switch
Changes the character keypad to display numbers and
symbols.
Entering number
1
Touch the desired number.
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Turn off the Screen
You can turn off the screen.
1
Press <MENU>.
2
Touch [Screen Off].
3
Touch the screen to display the operation switch,
then touch [Screen Off].
Setting the Clock Display
1
Press <MENU>.
2
Touch [Screen Off].
3
Touch the screen to display the operation switch,
then touch any of [Clock1] ~ [Clock3] or [Clock Off].
Clock1/Clock2/Clock3: Display the clock on the wallpaper.
Clock Off: Do not display the clock on the wallpaper.
• Repeat steps 3 to change the clock display when the
clock is displayed (or the screen is off).
Clock display example
The screen display is turned off.
• To cancel turning off the screen, touch the screen once
more.
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Navigation
0
switch
Displays/hides the POI Icons. For details, see page 27.
Basic Operations
!
switch
Displays the Destination screen. You cannot touch the
switch while you are driving. For details, see page 30.
@ AUDIO/VISUAL window
How to View a Navigation Screen
For details, see page 19 and 20.
The map screen that shows the position of the vehicle is called the
navigation screen. Normally, the vehicle is displayed at the centre of the
map screen and the map is automatically scrolled according to the
movement of the vehicle.
# Vehicle position icon
: This indicates the current position of the vehicle.
: This indicates the direction in which the vehicle is
moving.
$ Clock display
Current time received from GPS is displayed. See “Clock
Setup” (page 94).
Current Vehicle Position Map (without
route)
• Building outline is displayed on the 50 m (50 yards) scale map.
$
1
2
3
4
5
#
@
6
7
8
9
0
!
1 POI Icons
The POI icons can be displayed on the map when map
scale is 200 m (200 yards) or less.
2 Address book Icons
The address book icons can be displayed at the entered
locations on the map when map scale is 10 km (6 miles) or
less.
3
(Zoom in)
Enlarges the map scale.
4 Map scale
5
(Zoom out)
Reduces the map scale.
6 Compass Icon
This indicates the orientation of the map. When you set the
direction in which the vehicle is moving to up, the red
triangle points north.
The icon’s color circle also indicates whether the current
GPS position is available or not.
: The current GPS position is available.
: The current GPS position is not available.
7 Destination information switch
When setting the route, you can change to the manoeuvre
list screen by touching this switch. For details, see page 26.
8 TMC indicator
For details, see page 53.
9 Street name
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Point Display
Displaying a Desired Place
The point display appears on the screen after you have scrolled the map.
For how to find a destination by scrolling the displayed map, see
“Finding a Destination by Scrolling Displayed Map” on page 37.
You can search a map for a desired place by scrolling it.
Scrolling the Map
8
1
7
The map continues to scroll while you touch the map
display.
When you release the display, the screen becomes the
scroll screen in which the straight distance from the current
position is displayed.
6
1
2
3
4
Touch the Map Display.
5
Scroll speed changes depending on the screen area
you are touching.
1 Distance from the current vehicle position
1
Distance in a straight line from the current vehicle position.
2
switch
You can search for facilities in the vicinity of the crosshair
icon on the map. For details, see “Finding facilities in the
vicinity of the specified location by Scrolling the Displayed
Map” (page 38).
3
2
3
switch
Save the cross hair icon’s position as Home, enters the
position into the address book, or sets the position as the
current position. For details, see “Save as Home” (page 41),
“Save as Address Book” (page 41) or “Set as Current
Position” (page 40).
4
switch
Adds the cross hair icon’s position as a waypoint. For how to
add a waypoint, see “Add a Waypoint” (page 42).
5
switch
Sets the cross hair icon’s position as the destination. For
how to set the destination, see “Finding a Destination by
Scrolling Displayed Map” (page 37).
6 [View icons] switch
Appears only when the cross hair icon lays on a POI icon.
You can touch the switch to display. See “Finding a
Destination by POI icon” (page 38).
7 Crosshair icon
Align the crosshair icon over the place to be searched by
scrolling the map.
8 Details on the crosshair icon
Street names, addresses and POIs (Point of interest) are
displayed.
• The selected street’s colour changes (scale less than 1 km/800 yards).
1 Area 1
Scrolls slow.
2 Area 2
Increases the scroll speed in three stages in accordance
with how long you touch the screen.
3 Area 3
Scrolls quickly.
• You can not scroll continuously while driving for your safety.
• Scrolling a 3D map changes it to a 2D map. See “Changing the Map
Orientation” (page 25).
• The <NAV> button returns you to the current car position map.
• Scrolling is not available in the manoeuvre list screen.
Displaying the Current Vehicle Position
Map
The screen returns to the present peripheral map after when the map is
scrolled, other maps are displayed for searching destination, and the
menu screen is displayed.
1
Press <NAV>.
The current car position screen is displayed.
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Changing the Map Scale
Changing the Map Orientation
The map scale can be adjusted from 50 m (50 yards) to 200 km (120
miles).
The map orientation can be set for either north up, or your current
direction heading up. A 3-dimensional map can also be displayed.
The icon in the lower left of the screen above the map scale icon
indicates the current orientation.
Map scale
Metric (km/m)
Imperial (mile/yard)
200 km
120 miles
100 km
60 miles
50 km
30 miles
20 km
12 miles
10 km
6 miles
1
Touch the Compass icon.
5 km
3 miles
2 km
1 miles
1 km
1/2 miles (800 yards)
500 m
500 yards
200 m
200 yards
100 m
100 yards
North up ➝ Heading up ➝ 3D map ➝ North up
50 m
50 yards
North up map
Compass Icon
Each time you touch the Compass icon, the direction of the
map changes.
• For some locations, the map scale is automatically adjusted
according to the map data.
• You can change between kilometers or miles in setup, see page 94.
1
Change the map magnification ratio by touching
[
] (zoom in) or [
] (zoom out).
This changes rapidly by touching and holding either switch.
Heading up map
• The building outlines can be displayed on the map when map scale is
50 m (50 yards) or less.
• The POI icons can be displayed when map scale is 200 m (200 yards)
or less.
• POI Warning icons can be displayed on the map when map scale is
500 m (500 yards) or less.
• Custom POI icons can be displayed on the map when map scale is
200 m (200 yards) or less.
• The 3D map will automatically be switched to heading up.
3D map
• The viewing angle for the 3D map can be adjusted. See “Adjusting
the 3D view angle” (page 100).
• When the 3D map is scrolled, it changes automatically to 2D map
(heading up).
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About the Manoeuvre List Screen
Changing the Map Mode
The map mode can be changed according to the situation.
1
a
When the route is set, touch the Destination
information switch.
b
a
Each time you touch the Destination information switch, the
map mode changes.
Map screen ➝ Manoeuvre list screen ➝ Map screen
Map screen
The regular map is displayed.
d
/
Touch [
Destination information switch
c
] or [
] to scroll the manoeuvre list.
b
Turn direction at the guidance point.
c
Distance to the next guidance point / the required
time
d
Name of guidance point
Scrolling the Manoeuvre List
1
Touch [
] or [
].
You can touch [ ] to display the next manoeuvre list, and
[ ] to display the previous manoeuvre list. You can also
touch and hold to scroll the manoeuvre list continuously.
2
To return from the manoeuvre list to the present
location, press <NAV>.
Information shown about a rest area, etc.
Manoeuvre list screen
During the route guide, the distance between the guide point ahead and
the current position is displayed on the left. The map is displayed on the
right.
Symbol
Legend
Destination
~
Waypoint
Intersection with guidance
Roundabout with guidance
Ferry terminal
Train station
• The right map always shows the vehicle position (it cannot be
scrolled).
• The Manoeuvre list screen cannot be displayed if the destination is
not set.
• Roundabouts are also displayed in the Manoeuvre list screen. When
the destination or a waypoint is set on a roundabout, the roundabout
is displayed ahead of the destination/waypoint.
• The map display on the right side of the screen switches the head up
display when the screen displays the 3D map.
Petrol station
Hotel
Restaurant
Car park
Rest area
Toilet
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Display the POI Icon
About Congestion Areas
You can display the POI Icon on the map. You can also display the POI
Icon in the Setup screen.
Refer to “Setting the POI Icon Display” (page 101) on Setup.
Areas in London, for example, where a congestion tax has been
introduced, display streets in a different colour on the map (scale 2 km/1
mile or less). You can also search for a detour of a congested area.
1
• To automatically find a congestion area detour during a search, set
“Congestion charge zone” to Off in the road preference setting. For
details, see page 39.
Touch [
] on the present location screen.
If “Congestion charge zone” is set to Off
If the destination is set in a congestion area and a route is searched, a
confirmation message is shown.
The POI selection screen is displayed.
2
Touch the desired POI icon.
If “Congestion charge zone” is set to On
Even if the destination is set in a congestion area, the route is searched
as usual.
• Touch [More] to select the POI Icon in all categories. After
this operation, refer to step 2-4 of “Setting the POI Icons
Display Category” (page 102).
3
• When the current vehicle position is in a congestion area, a route is
searched, regardless of the congestion area setting.
• If “Congestion charge zone” is set to Off after the destination has
been set for a congested area, an alternate route through the
congested area will be searched. If you want to avoid the congested
area, do another search, setting the destination outside the congested
area.
Touch [OK].
The selected POI Icon is displayed on the map.
• Touch [Hide] in step 2 to hide the POI Icon. The [Hide]
switch changes [Show]. Touch [Show] to display the POI
Icon again.
Caution
If “Congestion charge zone” is set to Off, in searching for a route
through a congested area, decide your own detour route.
• The POI icons can be displayed on the detailed map with 200 m (200
yards) or less of scale.
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About Dynamic Route Guidance
1
Touch [Detour] or [Current route].
2
Touch [OK].
The DRG (dynamic route guidance) updates traffic changes from
moment to moment, providing you with a more accurate anticipated
arrival time.
The dynamic route guidance is performed based on TMC restriction
event (accident, traffic congestion, etc.). When an optimal route is
found, the message is shown in the display and automatically changes
the route (when the DRG is set to Auto). For details, refer to page 103.
If the Dynamic route guidance is set to
Manual
If an optimal route is found using the dynamic route guidance function,
the DRG screen appears. You can select a Detour route or the Current
route.
1
2
The route is changed or remains on the current route, and
the guidance starts.
• If there is no operation for 30 seconds, the current route is selected.
• While the DRG screen is displayed, if you drive along the detour
route, the detour route is selected. If you drive along the current
route, the current route is selected.
If the Dynamic Route Guidance is set to
Auto
3
4
If an optimal route is found using the Dynamic Route Guidance
function, the route will be automatically changed to a new route.
• The distance for a newly searched route may be longer than the
current one.
5
6
1 DRG information display
The time reduction and distance reduction/increase appear.
2
switch
Close the DRG screen display and continue the guidance
along the current route.
3 Detour route selection switch
The street name is displayed.
4 Current route selection switch
The street name is displayed.
5 Current route information display
The TMC event icon that causes the detour is displayed.
6 Detour route information display
The distance reduction/increase indication icons
: The distance will be increased compared with the
current route distance.
: The distance will be reduced compared with the
current route distance.
: The distance will be equal to the current route
distance.
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Finding Your Destination
Searching for a Destination/Route
This flow chart shows the setting of destination, waypoint(s), and route search conditions, until the destination.
Finding Your Destination (page 30 to 38)
Confirm Destination (page 39)
The route guidance begins
Proceed with your route
• Change Method (page 39)
• Add a Waypoint (page 42)
• Confirming Your Route (page 47)
• Edit Route (page 46)
• Reroute (page 48)
Destination arrival
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Displaying the Destination Menu Screen
Destination
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Navigation operation starts from searching for a location.
When you display a map of the destination, it is possible to set the route
or to view facility information on the way.
The Destination screen can be displayed in two ways.
Displaying from the Map screen
Address (see page 31)
POI (Point of Interest) (see page 32)
Intersection (see page 33)
Nearest POI (see page 34)
Postcode (see page 35)
Coordinate (see page 35)
Address book (see page 36)
Last destination (see page 36)
Others
1
Touch [
• Home (see page 37)
• Map scrolling and Map input (see page 37)
].
Country selection operation
When you search for a location in another country (area), you should
change the search country (area). To change the country (area), use the
Country switch on the Destination search screen.
The Destination screen is displayed.
1
Touch the Country switch on the Search screen.
Country switch
Displaying from the Navigation Menu
screen
1
Press <MENU>.
The NAVIGATION screen is displayed.
2
The country (area) selection screen appears.
• The display of the Country switch may differ, depending
on the country (area) selected.
2
Touch the desired country (area) to select, and then
touch [OK].
Touch [Destination].
The location in the selected country (area) is searched.
The Destination screen is displayed.
You can search for a destination as follows.
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Finding by Address
4
A list of street names will be displayed. Touch the
desired street name.
If you know the address of the destination, the system can calculate a
route to that address.
1
Touch [Address search] on the Destination screen.
The Address search screen is displayed.
• Refer to “Displaying the Destination Menu Screen”
(page 30) on how to display the Destination Screen.
2
• You can search by Locality name, and the system
searches all streets in the city.
• If there are other streets with the same name in other
cities when the desired street name is searched for in “All
cities” mode, the list of the city names will be displayed.
Touch the desired city name.
• If further searching is not possible, the Confirm
destination screen is displayed. Proceed to step 6. If two
or more addresses are found, they are displayed in the
list. The Confirm Destination is displayed after you
choose a desired destination.
The street/city name input table for the destination
appears. Input the city (locality) name.
When you touch [Street], input the street name.
5
• For how to input characters, see “Using the On-Screen
Keyboard” (page 21).
• When 1 character/numeral is input, the candidates for the
next character/numeral are narrowed down (and the
others are shaded).
• If your destination is located in other country than that
currently selected, be sure to change the country of
search. (See page 30)
• You can touch [List] to display the candidate list.
Touch [City list] to display the candidate list of the city
name. Touch [Last 5 cities] to display the search history
up to 5 cities. Touch the desired city name.
The house number input table appears. Input the
house number, and touch [OK].
• Your desired destination can be searched for more
precisely by inputting the house number.
• If two or more addresses are found, they are displayed in
the list. The Confirm destination screen appears after you
choose a desired destination.
The Confirm destination screen appears.
6
Touch [OK].
The system will begin calculating the route.
• You can enter the street name only or the city name only
to search. When you enter only a city name, all the streets
in that city will be searched. When you enter only a street
name, it will be searched from all the cities in the country
selected.
• When you enter a city name, candidate city names are
displayed in accordance with touching a character for
entry.
3
• For details on the Confirm Destination function, see
page 39.
Touch [OK].
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By category:
Finding a Point of Interest (POI)
1 Touch [Category].
2 The category selection menu appears. Touch the
desired category.
If you know the name of the desired point of interest (POI), you can
easily display that point of interest on the map by just inputting its
name.
1
Touch [POI search] on the Destination screen.
The POI (Points of Interest) search screen is displayed.
• Refer to “Displaying the Destination Menu Screen”
(page 30) on how to display the Destination Screen.
2
• When “All categories” is selected, all categories are
displayed in the list. Touch the desired category.
• If the category is not selected, any or all categories can
be set.
There are three ways to search for your desired POI.
• You can also search POI in combination with POI name,
category and city name.
• For how to input characters, see “Using the On-Screen Keyboard”
(page 21).
• When 1 character/numeral is input, the candidates for the next
character/numeral are narrowed down (others are shaded).
• If your destination is located in another country than the currently
selected one, be sure to change the country of search. (See page 30)
3
Touch [OK].
The searched POIs are displayed in the list.
By city name:
1 Touch [City], and then input the city (locality)
name.
• You can search by Locality name, and the system
searches every POI in the city.
4
Touch the desired POI.
The Confirm destination screen appears.
• If more than one POI is registered, the list screen is
displayed. If you select the desired POI from the list, the
Confirm destination screen is displayed.
• You can touch [List] to display the candidate list.
5
Touch [OK].
The system will begin calculating the route.
• For details on the Confirm Destination function, see
page 39.
Touch [City list] to display the candidate list of the city
name. Touch [Last 5 cities] to display the search history
up to 5 cities. Touch the desired city name.
By name:
1 Touch [Name], and then input the POI name.
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Finding a Place by Intersection
5
• If intersections in two or more cities are found, the cities
are displayed in the list. Touch the desired city.
• If two or more intersections are found, they are displayed
in the list. Touch the desired intersection.
If you know an intersection near where you want to go, you can input
two cross streets as your destination.
1
The Confirm destination screen appears.
Touch [Intersection] on the Destination screen.
The Intersection screen is displayed.
• Refer to “Displaying the Destination Menu Screen”
(page 30) on how to display the Destination Screen.
2
Touch the desired street name.
6
Touch [OK].
The system will begin calculating the route.
• For details on the Confirm Destination function, see
page 39.
The intersection input table for the 1st street name
and 2nd street name appears. Input the 1st street
name, and touch [OK].
• For how to input characters, see “Using the On-Screen
Keyboard” (page 21).
• When 1 character/numeral is input, the candidates for the
next character/numeral are narrowed down (and the
others are shaded).
• If your destination is located in a country other than the
currently selected one, be sure to change the country of
search. (See page 30)
A list of street names is displayed.
3
Touch the desired street name.
The 2nd street name input table appears.
4
Input the 2nd street name, and touch [OK].
• When the 1st street name is input, the candidate for the
2nd street name is narrowed down.
The list of street names is displayed.
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The screen when [Nearest to you] is selected.
Finding the Nearest Points of Interest
(POI)
You can search for facilities in the vicinity of the current position,
destination, or route, based on a genre.
1
Touch [Nearest POI] on the Destination screen.
The Nearest Points of Interest screen is displayed.
Distance and direction from current position
• Refer to “Displaying the Destination Menu Screen”
(page 30) on how to display the Destination Screen.
2
The screen when [Near to destination] is selected.
Touch [Nearest to you], [Near to destination] or
[Along route].
Distance from destination
a
a
b
The screen when [Along route] is selected.
c
Nearest to you:
Searches for facilities in the vicinity of the current position.
b
Near to destination:
Searches for facilities in the vicinity of the destination.
c
Along route:
When the destination is set, searches for facilities along the
route.
The Select category screen appears.
3
Which side of course (right/left), and distance
• Facilities near motorways cannot be searched.
Touch the desired category.
The Confirm destination screen appears.
6
Touch [OK].
The system will begin calculating the route.
• For details on the Confirm Destination function, see
page 39.
• When “All categories” is selected, all categories are
displayed in the list. Touch the desired category.
The Select sub category screen appears.
4
Touch the desired subcategory.
The Select Points of Interest screen appears.
5
Touch the desired POI.
• You can arrange the POI list by alphabetical order or by
distance. Touch [Alphabet] or [Distance].
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Finding by Postcode
Finding by Coordinates
You can search for a destination by inputting the postcode. (This
function can be used in the United Kingdom only.)
If you know the latitude and longitude of the desired location, you can
display that location by just inputting those numbers.
1
1
2
Touch [Postcode] on the Destination screen.
Touch [Coordinate] on the Destination screen.
The Postcode screen is displayed.
The Coordinate (Latitude-Longitude) screen is displayed.
• Refer to “Displaying the Destination Menu Screen”
(page 30) on how to display the Destination Screen.
• Refer to “Displaying the Destination Menu Screen”
(page 30) on how to display the Destination Screen.
Input the postcode.
2
Input the latitude.
• For how to input characters, see “Using the On-Screen
Keyboard” (page 21).
• Touch [
] to display the latitude and longitude of
current location.
Number selector switch
3
4
Touch [W] (West) or [E] (East), and then input the
longitude.
Touch [OK].
The Confirm destination screen appears.
Character selector switch
• When 1 character/numeral is input, the candidates for the
next character/numeral are narrowed down (and the
others are shaded).
• For how to input characters, see “Using the On-Screen
Keyboard” (page 21).
3
5
Touch [OK].
The system will begin calculating the route.
• For details on the Confirm Destination function, see
page 39.
Touch [OK].
The found postcode is displayed in the list.
4
Touch the desired postcode.
The Confirm destination screen appears.
5
Touch [OK].
The system will begin calculating the route.
• For details on the Confirm Destination function, see
page 39.
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Finding a Destination Using the Address
Book
Finding a Place from the Destination
History
If a location has already been placed into your personal address book,
you can recall this location for use as a destination. The Address Book
holds up to 200 different addresses and phone numbers. For more
information on how to store locations in the address book, see page 41.
The system automatically stores up to 100 locations the system have
searched for as destinations.
1
1
The Last destination screen is displayed.
Touch [Address book] on the Destination screen.
• Refer to “Displaying the Destination Menu Screen”
(page 30) on how to display the Destination Screen.
The Address book screen is displayed.
• Refer to “Displaying the Destination Menu Screen”
(page 30) on how to display the Destination Screen.
2
Touch [Last destination] on the Destination screen.
2
Touch the desired destination.
Touch the desired destination.
a
b
The Confirm destination screen appears.
a
Date:
Arranges the addresses in order of date of entry.
b
Icon:
Arranges the addresses in order of icon type.
The Confirm destination screen appears.
3
Touch [OK].
The system will begin calculating the route.
• For details on the Confirm Destination function, see
page 39.
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3
Touch [OK].
The system will begin calculating the route.
• For details on the Confirm Destination function, see
page 39.
Finding a Destination by Home
If your home has already been registered, you select it with a simple
operation. For details about the registration method, see page 41.
1
2
Finding a Destination by Scrolling
Displayed Map
The NAVIGATION menu screen is displayed.
This feature allows quick and easy selection of a new destination
directly from a street segment or Point of interest icon on the Detailed
Map Display. By selecting a street segment or icon, you can quickly
enter a destination without inputting the city name, street, etc.
Touch [Home].
1
Press <MENU>.
Touch the Map Display.
The point setting menu is displayed.
2
Touch [
].
The Confirm destination screen appears.
3
Touch [OK].
The Confirm destination screen appears.
The system will begin calculating the route.
• For details on the Confirm Destination function, see
page 39.
3
Touch [OK].
The system will begin calculating the route.
• For details on the Confirm Destination function, see
page 39.
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Finding facilities in the vicinity of the
specified location by Scrolling the
Displayed Map
6
Touch [OK].
The system will begin calculating the route.
• For details on the Confirm Destination function, see
page 39.
You can scroll a map and specify a location to search for facilities in the
vicinity of the location. To search for facilities in the vicinity of the
current position, destination or route, see “Finding the Nearest Points of
Interest (POI)” (page 34).
Finding a Destination by POI icon
1
1
Touch the Map Display.
You can set the destination by touching the POI Icon on the map.
The selected POI is highlighted.
The point setting menu is displayed.
2
Touch [
].
2
4
5
Touch the desired category.
Touch [View icons].
The Select POI screen appears.
The Select category screen is displayed.
3
Touch the POI icon on the map.
3
Touch the desired POI.
• When “All categories” is selected, all categories are
displayed in the list. Touch the desired category.
• You can arrange the POI list by alphabetical order of the
address, or by distance. Touch [Alphabet] or [Distance].
The Select sub category screen appears.
The Confirm destination screen appears.
Touch the desired subcategory.
4
Touch [OK].
The Select Points of Interest screen appears.
The system will begin calculating the route.
Touch the desired POI.
• For details on the Confirm Destination function, see
page 39.
• [View icons] is touchable on the detailed map with a scale of 200 m
(200 yards) or less.
The distance from the specified location
The Confirm destination screen appears.
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Change Method
Confirm
Destination
You can change the way the system calculates a route.
1
After a destination is searched, use the Confirm destination screen to
customize the route. Setting a waypoint, storing Address book, making
a call on the phone, etc., can be performed on the Confirm destination
screen.
Touch [Change method] on the Confirm destination
screen.
The Change method menu is displayed.
2
Touch the desired route calculating method and road
preference.
Confirm destination screen
a
1
b
a
2
3
4
5
6
You can select one of the following route calculation
methods.
1 Information
• A place name, address, telephone number and distance
from the current position are displayed.
• The current route calculating method is displayed. For
details, see “Change Method” (page 39).
• The current road preference icon is displayed. For
details, see “Change Method” (page 39).
2 OK
When you set a destination, the system begins calculating a
route to the destination.
3 Change method
The system lets you select the way you want to drive to your
destination, see “Change Method” (page 39).
4 Phone
For details, see page 84.
Route calculation
1 Quickest route
When set to Quickest, the system will calculate the most
efficient way to arrive at your destination.
2 Shortest route
When set to Shortest Route, the system will calculate the
shortest route to the destination.
b
Road preference
When you set the following options to OFF, the system will
exclude them or attempt to do not use them as much as
possible when calculating route.
3
4
5
6
7
Allow motorway
Allow toll road
Allow ferry
Allow car train
Allow congestion charge zone
5 Option
You can touch to perform the following operations.
• Correcting the current position (see page 40)
• Storing in the address book (see page 41)
• Saving as home (see page 41)
• Adding to waypoints (see page 42)
• You cannot touch [Option] while you are driving.
• If you touched [Option] to display the map, the POI and Address
book icons are not displayed on the map.
• When you touch [Option] and display the map, you can adjust the
position of the destination. Scroll the map and touch [
] at the
desired point.
Options are off.
6 Map display
A map of the area surrounding the selected destination is
displayed.
• The POI and Address book icons are not displayed on the map
displayed on the right side of the screen.
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3
4
Touch [OK].
The display returns to the Confirm destination screen.
• Depending on traffic conditions, the system may set a route search
that is not included in your search conditions. For example, the
system will search for a toll road when the system cannot calculate
the route without using a toll road, even when you set Toll Road to
Off.
• If the destination is quite far away, the unit may search routes via
motorways, even when the Motorway is set to OFF.
• When the system calculates the route other than the setting method,
the confirmation screen is displayed. Touch [OK].
5
6
Scroll the map to correct the current position.
Touch [
of your car.
] or [
] to correct the direction
Touch [OK].
The corrected current position is displayed.
• You cannot touch [Option] while driving.
Set as Current Position
If the actual position of your vehicle and the position of the current
vehicle position icon on the map differ (for example, when you moved
on a ferry boat), you can manually correct the position of the current
vehicle position icon with the following method. The system’s map
matching feature automatically corrects the error when you drive the
vehicle several miles in a good GPS signal reception area.
1
Touch [Option] on the Confirm destination screen.
The point display screen is displayed.
Or, scroll the map by the desired point to display the point
display screen.
2
Touch [
].
3
Touch [
].
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Save as Address Book
Save as Home
Up to 200 addresses can be stored in Address Book.
Register any destination as home. By doing so, it can be instantly
recalled for finding your way home.
1
Touch [Option] on the Confirm destination screen.
The point display screen is displayed.
Or, scroll the map by the desired point to display the point
display screen.
2
3
Touch [
Touch [
].
].
1
Touch [Option] on the Confirm destination screen.
The point display screen is displayed.
Or, scroll the map by the desired point to display the point
display screen.
2
Touch [
].
3
Touch [
].
The Edit address book screen is displayed.
The Edit home screen is displayed.
4
Touch [Save].
4
Touch [Save].
• You can modify items in Home. For details, see “Editing
the Home” (page 52).
• You can register only one “home”.
• You can not touch [Option] while driving.
• You can modify items in Address Book. For details, see
“Editing the Address Book” (page 49).
The system returns to the screen of the step 3.
• You cannot touch [Option] while driving.
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Add a Waypoint
You can add waypoints you want to pass through on the way to the
destination. You can add up to 4 waypoints. You can also arrange the
waypoints or delete them. (See “Edit Route” on page 46.)
1
Touch [Option] on the Confirm destination screen.
The point display screen is displayed.
Or, scroll the map by the desired point to display the point
display screen.
2
Touch [
].
The waypoint is added to the route.
When it is the first waypoint for the route, proceed to step 4.
When it is the second or later waypoint, the Edit guide
points screen is displayed. Proceed to step 3.
3
Touch [+].
The waypoint is inserted to the selected location.
• You can overwrite the waypoint by touching the waypoint
name.
4
Touch [OK].
The system calculates the route and starts guidance.
• You cannot touch [Option] while driving.
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Motorway junction guidance view
Route Guidance
While you are driving on a motorway/toll road, if the system has image
data of the junction, the motorway junction guidance view is displayed.
Guidance Display
This section describes various guidance features presented as you drive
along the route.
Intersection/junction guidance
Manoeuvre arrow guidance view
2
When the intersection is approaching, the system displays an arrow to
indicate the direction in which to turn.
1
1 Distance gauge
The distance to the intersection is indicated.
2 Street name display
Roundabout magnified guidance view
The system magnifies a roundabout to display guidance.
The next street name is displayed.
• To cancel the magnified intersection screen, touch [
].
• The intersection name display or lane display may differ
from the actual intersection.
• The intersection guidance may be delayed or may be
very early.
• Touch [
] to close the Intersection/junction guidance.
Press <NAV> to display the Intersection/junction guidance
again.
When “Setting the Intersection Guidance” (page 102) is set to
On, the intersection/junction guidance view is displayed. You
can set the following items.
Motorway entrance/exit ramp guidance
The system displays the magnified view of a motorway entrance/exit
ramp to provide guidance.
Intersection magnified view
If the system has image data of the approaching intersection, the
magnified view is displayed.
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Border guidance
When you have crossed a border, the national flag is displayed.
• You can set to display or not to display the border guidance. See
“Setting the Border Guidance” (page 102).
Direction line display
The direction line can be displayed to indicate the direction from the
current position to the destination/waypoint.
Voice Guidance
While you are driving along the route, voice guidance is provided
according to the driving conditions and the vehicle speed.
During guidance to the destination, the system automatically provides
voice guidance on intersections, turnings, waypoints, motorway
entrance/exit ramps, junctions, the arrival at the destination, etc. “Voice
guidance examples” are only typical examples. The voice guidance may
vary depending on traffic conditions. Use the voice guidance examples
for reference only.
• You can adjust the volume of the voice guidance. (See “Navi
Guidance Volume Adjustment” on page 92.)
Examples for voice guidance to the
destination
General road intersection voice guidance
Intersection announcements to turn left or right are voice guided while
driving on the route.
Example of voice guidance
• In 200 m, right turn.
• Right turn.
Motorway divergence voice guidance
Direction line
• You can set to display or not to display the direction line. See
“Setting the Direction line Display” (page 101).
The direction is voice guided and a screen is displayed in large scale at
the divergence while driving the route on a motorway.
Example of voice guidance
• In 2 km, keep right.
Examples for voice guidance on arrival at
the destination/waypoint/ferry port/car
train terminal
•
•
•
•
•
Your destination is in 1 km.
Approaching the destination.
You have a arrived at your destination.
Ferry port.
Car train terminal.
Confirming the voice guidance
The voice message is repeated by pressing the <NAV> button.
• When the guide volume is set to OFF (VOL 0), voice guidance is not
performed even if the <NAV> button is pressed.
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Personal POI guidance
You can display the Personal POI data (POI warning data/Custom POI
data) on the map screen by updating the information via the USB
memory.
An alarm can be set to inform you of when you are nearing a POI
warning location. For details on how to update and set the Personal POI,
see “Personal POI Setup” (page 105).
Example of displaying Warning data
Warning POI guidance
Warning POI icon
• Warning POI guidance is provided when you are driving. Manoeuvre
the guidance is provided only when you are approaching from the
direction specified.
• Warning POI guidance is provided 600 m (600 yards) and 200 m
(200 yards) before the POI on motorways/toll roads, and 250 m (250
yards) and 80 m (80 yards) before the POI on non-motorway roads.
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Edit Route
Displaying the Edit Route Screen
Delete Waypoint
This section explains how to delete waypoints you have previously set.
1
The Edit waypoints screen is displayed.
• Refer to “Displaying the Edit Route Screen” (page 46) on
how to display the Edit route screen.
You can edit the route on the Edit route screen. To cancel the route, see
“Cancel Route” (page 48).
1
Press <MENU>.
Touch [Edit waypoints] on the Edit route screen.
2
Touch the waypoint you intend to delete to select it.
3
Touch [
The NAVIGATION menu screen is displayed.
2
Touch [Edit route].
].
The selected waypoint is deleted.
To continue deleting other waypoints, repeat step 2-3.
The Edit route screen is displayed.
4
Touch [OK].
The system begins calculating a new route.
Arrange Waypoints automatically
The system arranges waypoints to calculate the shortest route.
You can select the following items.
• Edit waypoints
– Delete waypoint (see page 46)
– Arrange waypoints automatically (see page 46)
– Arrange waypoints manually (see page 47)
• See route summary (see page 47)
• Change method (see page 47)
• Start Demo (see page 47)
• Detour (see page 48)
• Reroute (see page 48)
1
Touch [Edit waypoints] on the Edit route screen.
The Edit waypoints screen is displayed.
• Refer to “Displaying the Edit Route Screen” (page 46) on
how to display the Edit route screen.
2
Touch [Sort].
• You can not touch [Edit waypoints] and [Start Demo] while driving.
The system arranges waypoints automatically.
3
Touch [OK].
The system begins calculating a new route.
• If fewer than two waypoints are registered, you cannot perform this
operation.
• The system arranges waypoints including ones that you have already
passed through, although the guidance on them is not provided.
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Arranges Waypoints manually
Change Method
You can arrange waypoints.
Change Method allows you to select the way the system calculates the
drive to your destination.
1
Touch [Edit waypoints] on the Edit route screen.
The Edit waypoints screen is displayed.
1
The Change method screen is displayed.
• Refer to “Displaying the Edit Route Screen” (page 46) on
how to display the Edit route screen.
2
3
Touch the waypoint you want to move to select it.
Touch [ ] or [
waypoint.
4
2
3
Touch the desired route calculating method and road
preference.
Touch [OK].
The system begins calculating a new route.
• For details on each Method, see page 39.
Touch [OK].
The system begins calculating a new route.
• The system arranges waypoints including ones that you have already
passed through, although the guidance on them is not provided.
See Route Summary
The navigation system allows you to view the entire route so that you
can verify the navigation system’s route calculation.
1
• Refer to “Displaying the Edit Route Screen” (page 46) on
how to display the Edit route screen.
] to move up or down the selected
Each time you touch [ ], the waypoint moves up. Each
time you touch [ ], the waypoint moves down.
Touch [Change method] on the Edit route screen.
Start Demo
You can watch a demonstration of the navigation system’s voice and
screen guidance by using this function. The vehicle position icon will
automatically move along the desired route showing a simulation of
how the navigation system functions. Use this function only while the
car is parked.
1
Touch [Start Demo] on the Edit route screen.
Touch [See route summary] on the Edit route screen.
The demo for the current route begins.
The entire route is displayed on a map with a large enough
view that you can see the entire route.
• Refer to “Displaying the Edit Route Screen” (page 46) on
how to display the Edit route screen.
• Refer to “Displaying the Edit Route Screen” (page 46) on
how to display the Edit route screen.
2
To stop the demo mode, press <MENU> or <NAV>.
The system stops the demo mode when you start driving.
• You cannot scroll the map or perform the destination search during
the demo mode.
• The demo can be activated only when a destination has already been
set.
• You can scroll and rotate the displayed map, and can
change the magnification of the displayed map.
2
When you touch [
route screen.
], the system returns to the Edit
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Detour
Cancel Route
You can calculate a new route from your current position around an
approaching detour on the current route. If there is a construction site
ahead, for example, search for a detour by estimating the distance from
your current position to the site.
This section explains how to delete a destination you have previously
set. Any waypoints for that destination will also be deleted.
1
1
Press <MENU>.
The NAVIGATION menu screen is displayed.
Touch [Detour] on the Edit route screen.
The system begins calculating a new route.
2
Touch [Cancel route].
• Refer to “Displaying the Edit Route Screen” (page 46) on
how to display the Edit route screen.
• The confirmation message may appear depending on
the route and search conditions. Touch [OK].
• You can search for a detour only when your are on a route.
Reroute
When you are driving to the destination following Route Guidance, if
you deviate from the route, the system will automatically calculate a
new route.
If the system does not calculate a new route automatically, perform the
following operations.
1
Touch [Reroute] on the Edit route screen.
The system begins calculating a new route.
• Refer to “Displaying the Edit Route Screen” (page 46) on
how to display the Edit route screen.
• The confirmation message may appear depending on
the route and search conditions. Touch [OK].
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The confirmation dialog screen appears.
3
Touch [Yes].
The destination is deleted and the screen returns to the
current vehicle position. If a waypoint existed, then both the
destination and the waypoint are deleted.
Navigation Edit
Function
Editing the Address Book
You can change the names, locations, phone numbers and icons in the
address book.
1
Touch [Edit address book] on the Edit address
screen.
Displaying the Edit Address Screen
• Refer to “Displaying the Edit Address Screen” (page 49)
on how to display the Edit address screen.
You can edit items registered in the system.
The address book list screen (Edit address book screen) is
displayed.
1
Press <MENU>.
The NAVIGATION menu screen is displayed.
2
2
Touch the desired address book entry.
3
Touch [Edit address].
1
2
4
The Edit address screen is displayed.
1 Date
Touch to arrange the Address book in order of date.
2 Icon
Touch to arrange the Address book by icon type.
3
Delete the selected point from the Address book. (See
“Delete Address Book Entry” on page 50.)
4
Delete all points from the Address book. (See “Delete All
Address Book Entry” on page 50.)
You can edit the following items.
• Home (see page 52)
• Address Book (see page 49)
• Last Destination (see page 52)
The Edit address book screen is displayed.
3
Modify each item.
5
7
6
8
9
0
5 Name
The name of the entry can be changed. (See “Name
Change” on page 50.)
6 Icon
The icon on the map for this entry can be changed. (See
“Icon Change” on page 51.)
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7 Show/Hide
You can set to display or not to display entry icons. (See
“Icon Display Setting” on page 51.)
8 Location
You can change the entry location. (See “Location Change”
on page 51.)
Delete All Address Book Entry
1
Touch [
] on the address book list screen (Edit
address book screen).
9 Phone No.
The telephone number of the point can be changed. (See
“Phone Number Change” on page 51.)
0 Save
Confirm all your address book entry changes. Touch [Save]
when you have completed all changes to Address book.
4
When all changes have been completed, be sure to
touch [Save] to set the change.
Delete Address Book Entry
1
On the address book list screen (Edit address book
screen), touch [
] next to the entry you intend to
delete.
The confirmation dialog screen appears.
2
Touch [Yes].
All points in the Address book are deleted.
Name Change
1
Touch [Name] on the Edit address book screen.
The confirmation dialog screen appears.
The Edit name screen is displayed.
2
Touch [Yes].
The entry is deleted from Address book.
2
Input the address book entry name.
• For details on how to input the name, see page 21.
3
Touch [OK].
The address book name is changed.
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Icon Change
1
Touch [Icon] on the Edit address book screen.
Location Change
1
The select Icon screen is displayed.
2
Touch the desired icon.
3
Touch [OK].
The address book icon is changed.
Touch [Location] on the Edit address book screen.
The map of the location is displayed.
2
3
Touch and scroll the map to display the desired
location.
Touch [OK].
The location is changed.
Icon Display Setting
• If you touch [Location] to display the map, the POI and Address
book icons are not displayed on the map.
You can set whether the icons is displayed on the map or not.
1
Phone Number Change
Touch [Show] or [Hide] on the Edit address book
screen.
Show: The selected point icon is displayed on the map
screen.
Hide: Clear the point icon from the map screen.
1
Touch [Phone No.] on the Edit address book screen.
The Edit phone No. screen is displayed.
2
Input a phone number.
3
Touch [OK].
The phone number of the entry is changed.
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Editing the Home
Deleting the Last Destination
Information registered in home can be changed or deleted.
If you wish to delete a destination from destination history, you can use
this feature.
1
Touch [Edit home] on the Edit address screen.
• Refer to “Displaying the Edit Address Screen” (page 49)
on how to display the Edit address screen.
1
Touch [Delete last destination] on the Edit address
screen.
• Refer to “Displaying the Edit Address Screen” (page 49)
on how to display the Edit address screen.
The Edit home screen is displayed.
2
The Delete latest destination screen is displayed.
Touch the desired item.
2
1
Touch the desired destination history.
3
2
4
5
7
6
1 Name
The name of the home can be changed. (See “Name
Change” on page 50.)
2 Icon
The confirmation dialog screen appears.
3
The destination history is deleted.
This cannot be changed.
3 Show/Hide
You can set to display or not to display the home icon. (See
“Icon Display Setting” on page 51.)
4 Location
You can change the home location. (See “Location Change”
on page 51.)
Touch [Yes].
Delete All of the Destination History
1
Touch [
] on the Delete latest destination screen.
5 Phone No.
The telephone number of the home can be changed. (See
“Phone Number Change” on page 51.)
6
Home address can be deleted. Touch [
], and then
touch [Yes] on the confirmation dialog screen.
7 Save
The confirmation dialog screen appears.
Save all your Home changes. Touch [Save].
3
When all changes have been completed, touch
[Save] to set the changes.
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2
Touch [Yes].
All of the Destination history is deleted.
Symbol
TMC Operation
To use the TMC function, set the Country and Station of the RDS-TMC
first. (See “RDS-TMC Setup” on page 103.)
About the TMC Information
Legend
Parking Available
Parking Not Available
Service Available
Service Not Available
Objects On Road
The TMC Information can be displayed on the map. To set the
information to be displayed, see “RDS-TMC Setup” (page 103).
TMC reception condition indicator
Persons On Road
Road Closed
The indicator colour changes with the TMC reception conditions.
Road Condition
Yellow: The system is scanning for available TMC stations
and there is no event received.
Green: The system has been connected to an available
TMC station, or there is one or more events received.
Road Works
Smog
Traffic Congestion
Stationary Traffic
Warning
Weather
Reception condition indicator
Traffic event arrow/line map display
TMC event icon map display
The received TMC event icons are displayed on the map.
The icon colour changes reflecting whether it is on the route or not.
Colour icon: The event icon is on the route.
Gray icon: The event icon is not on the route.
Traffic event arrow
• The event icons can be displayed on the map when map
scale is 20 km (12 miles) or less.
Symbol
• The arrows/lines display the distance between traffic
events. These appear in red, orange or blue, depending
on the status of traffic event.
• When map scale is 2 km (1 mile) or less, traffic event
lines are displayed, and when map scale is 100 m (100
yards) or less, traffic event arrows are displayed.
Legend
Accident
Animals On Road
Danger
Delay
Driving Prohibition
Information
Lane Restrictions
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TMC event icon magnified display (when a route is
set)
When a route is set, the closest icon from the current position is
magnified and an alarm sounds to notify.
• The event icons are magnified when they are within 50
km (30 miles) from the current position.
Displaying the Traffic Event Information
Up to 300 TMC events within 500 km from the current position can be
displayed in the list.
1
Normal guidance screen
Press <MENU>.
The NAVIGATION Menu screen is displayed.
2
Touch [Traffic events].
Event icon magnified display/Distance
from the current position
Manoeuvre list screen
The Traffic events screen is displayed.
• If no TMC information is received, “No TMC message.” is
displayed.
3
Touch an event in the list.
When no route is set
Event icon magnified display/Distance
from the current position
• When the AudioWindow is maximized on the route
guidance screen, the event icons are not displayed.
When a route is set
• When a route is set, you can change the way events are
displayed. To display all events received, touch [All]. To
display events on the route only, touch [On route].
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The detailed information of the selected event is displayed.
h
a
b
g
c
d
e
f
a
Traffic event icon, street number or street name
b
The location of the traffic event
c
Traffic event information
d
The length of the section affected by the traffic event
e
The distance from the current position to the traffic
event
f
Map
Touch [Map] to display the map of the Traffic event.
To return to the previous screen, touch [
].
• You cannot touch [Map] when the event location is not
specified, such as fog. You cannot touch [Map] when you
are driving, either.
• If you touch [Map] to display the map, the POI and
Address book icons are not displayed on the map.
g
,
Touch [ ] or [ ] to display the detailed information screen
of the previous/next event.
h
•
Event number
: This icon is displayed when an event occurs on both the
cruising lane and opposite lanes.
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Audio/Visual
Basic Operation
Selecting the Source
1
INE-S900R outputs the audio of the selected audio/visual source even
when the navigation screen is displayed. You can turn off the audio/
visual source to stop the audio output.
1
Press <MENU>.
The AUDIO/VISUAL selection screen is displayed.
Press <MENU>.
The AUDIO/VISUAL selection screen is displayed.
2
Turning off the Audio/Visual Source
2
Touch [AV Off].
Touch the touch switch of the desired source.
The audio/visual source is turned off.
[AV Off] turns in orange.
The main screen of the selected source appears.
3
Press < SOURCE / PWR > to change to another
source screen.
CD/DVD
Radio
iPod/iPhone /USB memory
Front
AUX
Rear AUX IN Primary
Rear AUX IN Secondary
CD/DVD
Displayed source mode types vary depending on
connection and setting.
Displaying the Audio/Visual Source Main
Screen
1
Press < SOURCE / PWR >.
In the Navigation mode or others, you can display the main
screen of the audio/visual source.
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3
To cancel the AV Off mode, touch [AV Off] again.
Presetting Stations Manually
Radio
1
Radio screen display example
1
2
3
2
Tune in a desired radio station you wish to store in
the preset memory by manual or automatic seek
tuning.
Touch and hold any one of the preset switches for at
least 2 seconds.
The selected station is stored.
4
3
To use this procedure for other bands, simply select the
desired band and repeat the procedure.
1 Band display
2 Clock display
A total of 30 stations can be stored in the preset memory
(6 stations for each band; FM1, FM2, FM3, MW or LW).
3 Frequency/station name display
4 Preset display
Displays the station names or the frequencies of the preset
stations.
Repeat the procedure to store up to 5 other stations
onto the same band.
• If a preset memory has already been set in the same preset number, it
will be cleared and the new station will be memorized.
Presetting Stations Automatically
Listening to the Radio
1
Press <MENU>.
The AUDIO/VISUAL selection screen is displayed.
2
Touch [BAND] to select the desired radio band.
Each touch changes the bands as follows:
FM-1
FM-2
FM-3
MW
LW
FM-1
4
1
Touch [TUNE] to choose the tuning mode.
DX Seek(Distance mode):
Seek(Local mode):
• If no stations are stored, the tuner will return to the original station
you were listening to before the automatic storing procedure began.
• If broadcasts cannot be preset, “Not found.” will be displayed.
Tuning to Preset Stations
You can tune in the preset stations in memory on each band using the
preset number.
1
OFF(Manual mode):
• There are two modes you can select for auto tuning, DX
Seek and Seek:
– DX (Distance) mode;
Both strong and weak stations will be tuned in.
– Seek (Local mode);
Only strong stations will be tuned in.
After selecting the desired band, touch [A.MEMO].
The tuner automatically seeks and stores 6 strong stations
into preset switches in order of signal strength.
When the automatic storing has been completed, the tuner
goes to the station stored in preset 1 switch.
Touch [Radio].
The radio mode is activated and the display changes to the
Radio mode screen.
3
The tuner can automatically seek and store 6 strong stations in the
selected band in order of signal strength.
2
Touch [BAND] repeatedly until the desired band is
displayed.
Touch any one of the preset switches that has a
station stored to it.
The preset station is received.
The initial setting is DX Seek.
5
Touch [
], [
] or [
], [
] to change the
radio frequency up or down respectively.
In manual mode, touch and hold to change the frequency
continuously.
• You can also select the Radio mode by pressing <SOURCE/PWR>
repeatedly.
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RDS Operation
Receiving Traffic Information
Automatically
1
Touch [TA] to turn on the Traffic Information mode.
The TA indicator lights up.
When the traffic information station is tuned in, the TP
indicator lights up.
1
Traffic information is heard only when it is being broadcast.
If traffic information is not being broadcast, the unit is set in
the standby mode.
When a traffic information broadcast begins, the unit
automatically receives it and the display shows “Traffic
information”.
2
1 Programme type display
2 RDS indicator
Turning AF (Alternative Frequencies) On
or Off
The RDS (Radio Data System) is a radio information system using the
57 kHz subcarrier of regular FM broadcast. The RDS allows you to
receive a variety of information such as traffic information, station
names, and to automatically re-tune to a stronger transmitter that is
broadcasting the same programme.
1
Touch [AF] to select the AF (Alternative Frequency)
ON or OFF mode.
The “AF” indicator appears in the display.
• When the AF ON mode is selected, the unit automatically tunes to a
strong signal station in the AF list.
• Use the AF OFF mode when automatic re-tuning is not required.
Tips
• If the unit receives the PTY31 (Emergency Broadcast) signal, the unit
will show “Alarm” in the display only when PTY31 is set to On. For
operation, refer to “Setting PTY31 (Emergency Broadcast)
Reception” (page 110).
• The RDS digital data includes the following:
PI
Programme Identification
PS
Programme Service Name
AF
List of Alternative Frequencies
TP
Traffic Programme
TA
Traffic Announcement
PTY Programme Type
EON Enhanced Other Networks
• Refer to page 110 about “PI SEEK Setting”, “Receiving RDS
Regional (Local) Stations” and “Setting PTY31 (Emergency
Broadcast) Reception”.
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When traffic information broadcast is over, the unit will
automatically set to the standby mode.
• If the traffic information broadcast signal falls below a certain level,
the unit remains in the receiving mode for 1 minute. If the signal
remains below a certain level for over 70 seconds, “TA” blinks in the
display.
• If you do not want to listen to the traffic information being received,
touch [TA] to skip that traffic information message. You can also skip
it by pressing <SOURCE/PWR>.
The Traffic information mode will remain in the ON position to
receive the next traffic information message.
• If the volume level is changed while receiving traffic information, the
changed volume level will be memorized. When traffic information is
received next time, the volume level will be automatically adjusted to
the memorized level.
• If the Traffic Information mode is activated, the unit automatically
switches to radio source (even if you select another source) and
receives the traffic information broadcast. When the traffic
information is finished, the unit returns to the previous source.
Receiving Traffic Information Manually
1
Touch [TA] to turn on the Traffic Information mode.
When the traffic information station is tuned in, the TP
indicator lights up.
2
Touch [
] or [
].
Seeks the broadcast station which is broadcasting the
traffic information.
• You can seek the traffic information in DX Seek mode or Seek mode.
PTY (Programme Type) Tuning
1
2
Displaying Radio Text
Text messages from a radio station can be displayed.
Touch [PTY].
The Select PTY screen is displayed.
1
Touch [
2
] or [
] to scroll the list.
Tune in a radio station that transmits text messages.
Touch [Info.] in the FM radio mode to activate the
Radio Text mode.
The display shows “WAIT” for a few seconds.
3
To deactivate the Radio Text mode, touch [OK].
• If there is no receivable text message, or the unit cannot receive a text
message properly, the display shows “NO TEXT”.
3
Touch the selected programme type switch to start
searching for a station in the type.
If no PTY station is found, “No PTY” will be displayed.
4
To select the next station in the PTY, touch [
].
Priority News
This function allows you to preset to give priority to the News
programme. You will never miss a News programme as the unit
automatically gives priority to a News programme whenever it begins
broadcasting, and interrupts the programme you are currently listening
to. This feature is functional when your unit is set to a mode other than
the LW and MW modes.
1
Touch [NEWS] to activate the PRIORITY NEWS
mode.
The “NEWS” indicator appears in the display. Touch [NEWS]
again to deactivate the Priority News mode and return to the
programme you were previously listening to.
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MP3/WMA/AAC screen display example
CD/MP3/WMA/AAC
1
8
7
2
3
CD screen display example(if CD text exists)
6
1
4
2
7
3
6
4
5
1 Mode display
2 Clock display
3 Elapsed time
5
4 Image display
CD screen display example (if no CD text exists)
1
3
7
5 Current song no./Total song no.
6 Information display
2
Tag information exists: Song name/Artist name/Album name
No Tag information exists: “No title” is displayed.
7 Remaining playing time
6
4
5
1 Mode display
2 Clock display
3 Elapsed time
4 Image display
5 Current song no./Total song no.
6 Information display
CD text exists: Track name/Artist name/Album name
No CD text exists: Track no.
7 Remaining playing time
• For non-supported characters, “No Support” is displayed.
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8 Video/Audio changeover switch
During CD-R/CD-RW/DVD-R/DVD-RW/DVD+R/ DVD+RW
disc playback, the Video and Audio mode can be toggled.
Touch [
]. For operation of the Video mode, refer to
“DVD” (page 65).
Playback
Repeat Play
1
1
Press <MENU>.
The AUDIO/VISUAL selection screen is displayed.
Touch [ ] to play back repeatedly the track
currently being played.
The track (file) will be played repeatedly.
2
3
Touch [CD/DVD].
Touch [
The display shows the CD/Disc mode screen.
When a Disc is inserted into the Disc Slot of the INE-S900R,
with the label side facing up, the unit starts to play the CD/
MP3/WMA/AAC.
CD:
Repeat
One
Touch [
(file).
] or [
Fast reverse:
Touch and hold [
4
/
(Off)
Repeat
One
* Only files in a folder are repeatedly played back.
• If the Repeat Play mode is activated during M.I.X. playback, the
M.I.X. mode will be cancelled.
Random Play (M.I.X.)
1
].
To pause playback, touch [
Touching [
Repeat
One
].
Advancing to the beginning of the next track (file):
Touch [
].
Fast forward:
Touch and hold [
(Off)
MP3/WMA/AAC:
Repeat
Repeat Folder*
One
Folder
] to select the desired track
Returning to the beginning of the current track (file):
Touch [
].
] again and select OFF to deactivate Repeat play.
/
].
] again will resume playback.
• You can select the CD/Disc mode also by pressing <SOURCE/PWR>
repeatedly.
• The INE-S900R model includes a built-in MP3/WMA/ AAC unit. You
can play disc containing MP3/WMA/AAC files on this unit. Use the
format compliant with this unit.
For further information about playing or storing MP3/WMA/AAC
files, refer to pages 63 and 64 before using the unit.
• WMA format files that are protected by DRM (Digital Rights
Management), AAC format files that have been purchased from
iTunes Music Store and files that are copy-protected (copyright
protection) cannot be played back on this unit.
• The track display for CD audio data playback is the track numbers
recorded on the disc.
• If an MP3/WMA/AAC disc with many files and folders is played, it
takes a little longer than normal to start playback.
• The playback time may not be correctly displayed when a VBR
(Variable Bit Rate) recorded file is played back.
• If a disc contains both audio data and MP3/WMA/AAC data, this unit
plays back only the audio data.
Touch [
] during playback.
The tracks (files) on the disc will be played back in a
random sequence.
To cancel M.I.X. play, touch [
CD:
M.I.X.
Disc
(Off)
MP3/WMA/AAC:
M.I.X. Songs*
Songs
].
M.I.X.
Disc
(Off)
M.I.X. Songs*
Songs
* Only files in a folder are played back in random sequence.
• If the M.I.X. mode is activated during Repeat playback, the Repeat
Play mode will be cancelled.
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Random Play (Shuffle Songs) (M.I.X.
All)
Shuffle Songs plays all songs in the disc randomly.
1
Touch [
File/Folder Name Search (Concerning
MP3/WMA/AAC)
1
(Search)] during playback.
2
Touch [Shuffle songs].
(Search)] during playback.
The search mode is activated, and the folder/file names are
displayed in alphabetical order.
The Audio list/Root screen is displayed.
2
Touch [
Touch the desired folder.
The File name of the selected folder is displayed.
3
Touch the desired file.
The indicator “ Disc” lights, and the songs will be played
back in random sequence.
To cancel Shuffle Songs, touch [
].
The selected file is played back.
Selecting Folders (concerning MP3/
WMA/AAC)
1
Touch [
] or [
] to select the folder.
Searching from CD Text
1
Touch [
(Search)] during playback.
The Track list screen is displayed.
2
Touch the selected track name switch.
The selected track will be played back.
• For details on how to scroll through the list, refer to
“Selecting an Item in a List” (page 21).
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• To return to the previous hierarchy, touch [Undo].
• For details on how to scroll through the list, refer to “Selecting an
Item in a List” (page 21).
ID3 tags/WMA tags
About MP3/WMA/AAC
CAUTION
Except for private use, duplicating audio data (including MP3/
WMA/AAC data) or distributing, transferring, or copying it,
whether for free or for a fee, without permission of the copyright
holder is strictly prohibited by the Copyright Act and by
international treaty.
What is MP3?
MP3, whose official name is “MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3”, is a
compression standard prescribed by the ISO, the International
Standardization Organization and MPEG, which is a joint activity
institution of the IEC.
MP3 files contain compressed audio data. MP3 encoding is
capable of compressing audio data at extremely high ratios,
reducing the size of music files to as much as one-tenth their
original size. This is achieved while still maintaining near CD
quality. The MP3 format realizes such high compression ratios
by eliminating the sounds that are either inaudible to the human
ear or masked by other sounds.
What is AAC?
AAC is the abbreviation for “Advanced Audio Coding”, and is a
basic format of audio compression used by MPEG2 or MPEG4.
What is WMA?
WMA, or “Windows Media™ Audio,” is compressed audio data.
WMA is similar to MP3 audio data and can achieve CD quality
sound with small file sizes.
Method for creating MP3/WMA/AAC files
Audio data is compressed using software with MP3/WMA/AAC
codecs. For details on creating MP3/WMA/AAC files, refer to the
user’s manual for that software.
MP3/WMA/AAC files that are playable on this device have the
file extensions.
MP3: “mp3”
WMA: “wma” (ver. 2, 7, 8, 9 are supported)
AAC: “m4a”
WMA is not supported for the following files. Windows Media
Audio Professional, Windows Media Audio 9 Voice or Windows
Media Audio 9 Pro Lossless.
There are many different versions of the AAC format. Confirm
that the software being used conforms to the acceptable
formats listed above. It is possible that the format may be
unplayable even though the extension is valid.
Playback of AAC files encoded by iTunes is supported.
This device supports ID3 tag v1 and v2, and WMA tag. If tag
data is in an MP3/WMA/AAC file, this device can display the title
(track title), artist name, and album name ID3 tag/WMA tag data
(maximum 64 characters).
For non-supported characters, blank character is displayed.
The number of characters may be limited, or not correctly
displayed, depending on the tag information.
Playing back MP3/WMA/AAC
MP3/WMA/AAC files are prepared, then written to a CD-R,
CD-RW (DVD-R/DVD-RW/DVD+R/DVD+RW) using CD-R writing
software and USB memory.
• Maximum numbers of playable files / folders
Disc: 4,096 files/256 folders (including Root Folders)
USB memory: 10,000 files/1,000 folders (including Root
Folders)
Playback may not be performed if a disc exceeds the limitations
described above.
If a file/folder name is long, the maximum possible number of
files may decrease.
• Both Audio and Video files are counted if their formats are
playable on this unit.
Media supported
The media that this device can play back are CD-ROMs, CD-Rs,
CD-RWs, DVD-Rs, DVD-RWs, DVD+Rs, DVD+RWs and USB
memory.
Corresponding File Systems
This device supports discs formatted with ISO9660 Level 1 or
Level 2.
Under the ISO9660 standard, there are some restrictions to
remember.
The maximum nested folder depth is 8 (including the root
directory). The number of characters for a folder/file name is
limited.
Valid characters for folder/file names are letters A-Z (all caps),
numbers 0-9, and ‘_’ (underscore).
This device can play back discs in Joliet, Romeo, etc., and other
standards that conform to ISO9660. However, sometimes the file
names, folder names, etc., are not displayed correctly.
Formats supported
This device supports Mixed Mode CD, Enhanced CD (CD-Extra)
and Multi-Session.
This device cannot correctly play back discs recorded with
Track At Once or packet writing.
Supported playback sampling rates and bit rates
MP3
Sampling rates: 48 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 32 kHz, 24 kHz, 22.05 kHz,
16 kHz, 12 kHz, 11.025 kHz, 8 kHz
Bit rates:
8 - 320 kbps
WMA
Sampling rates: 48 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 32 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 16 kHz,
11.025 kHz, 8 kHz
Bit rates:
5 - 320 kbps
AAC
Sampling rates: 48 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 32 kHz, 24 kHz, 22.05 kHz,
16 kHz, 12 kHz, 11.025 kHz, 8 kHz
Bit rates:
16 - 320 kbps
This device may not play back correctly depending on sampling
rates.
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Order of files
Files are played back in the order that the writing software writes
them to the disc. Therefore, the playback order may not be
what’s expected. Verify the writing order in the software’s
documentation. The playback order of the folders and files is as
follows. (The following numbers may differ from actually
displayed numbers.)
Root
Folder
Folder
MP3/WMA/AAC File
Terminology
Bit rate
This is the “sound” compression rate specified for encoding. The
higher the bit rate, the higher the sound quality, but also the larger
the files.
Sampling rate
This value shows how many times per second the data is sampled
(recorded). For example, music CDs use a sampling rate of 44.1
kHz, so the sound is sampled (recorded) 44,100 times per second.
The higher the sampling rate, the higher the sound quality, but also
the larger the volume of data.
Encoding
Converting music CDs, WAVE (AIFF) files, and other sound files into
the specified audio compression format.
Tag
Song information such as track titles, artist names, album names,
etc., written into MP3/WMA/AAC files.
Root folder
The root folder (or root directory) is found at the top of the file
system. The root folder contains all folders and files. It is created
automatically for all burned discs.
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The DVD operation screen display
DVD
1
Touch the screen while the DVD playback screen is
displayed.
The DVD operation screen is displayed.
DVD VIDEO screen display example
1
2
5
3
4
• The operation screen changes to the visual screen in the
DVD mode for 4 seconds after an operation has been
performed. To hide the DVD operation screen, touch [Full
screen].
DivX® screen display example
Touch the display panel to display the operation screen
again.
1
2
5
3
4
• If you try to activate the DVD while driving, the display will show the
warning “Picture off for your safety.”
Playing a Disc
INE-S900R has a built-in DVD player.
1 Mode display
2 Clock display
3 Elapsed time
4 Information display
DVD-VIDEO: Title no./Chapter no./Audio signal output/
Subtitle/Angle
DivX®/ASF: Folder no./File no./ Title name/Audio signal
output/Subtitle
5 Remaining playing time
6 Video/Audio changeover switch
During CD-R/CD-RW/DVD-R/DVD-RW/DVD+R/ DVD+RW
disc playback, the Video and Audio mode can toggled.
Touch [
]. For Audio operations, refer to “CD/MP3/
WMA/AAC” (page 60).
• Some operations cannot be carried out depending on the disc or
playback screen.
WARNING
It is dangerous for the driver to watch the DVD/TV/
Video while driving the vehicle. The driver may be
distracted from looking ahead and an accident could
occur.
Install the INE-S900R correctly so that the driver
cannot watch DVD/TV/Video unless the vehicle is
stopped and the emergency brake is applied.
If the INE-S900R is not installed correctly, the driver
will be able to watch the DVD/TV/Video while driving
the vehicle and may be distracted from looking ahead
causing an accident. The driver or other people could
be severely injured.
Disc types that can be used for each heading are
represented by the following marks.
DVD Commercial Video discs (used for the distribution of
movies, etc.) or a DVD-R/DVD-RW, DVD+R/DVD+RW
recorded in a video mode can be used.
CD-R/CD-RW/DVD-R/DVD-RW/DVD+R/ DVD+RW discs
that are recorded in DivX® mode can be used.
CD-R/CD-RW/DVD-R/DVD-RW/DVD+R/ DVD+RW discs
that are recorded in ASF mode can be used.
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If a menu screen appears
Caution
• Not all functions will operate for every DVD. See the
individual DVD’s instructions for details on the
features supported.
• Fingerprints on a disc may adversely affect
playback. If a problem occurs, remove the disc and
check for fingerprints on the playback side. Clean
the disc if necessary.
• If you switch the power or Ignition key OFF or
change sources during playback, playback will
continue where you left off when you resume
playback.
• If you try to perform an invalid operation (based on
the type of disc being played), the following mark is
displayed on the monitor screen:
On DVDs, menu screens may appear automatically. If this happens,
perform the operation described below to start playback.
Direct Menu Operations
1
Touch the DVD menu directly.
• Some operations cannot be performed depending on the
disc.
Menu Operations
Play Position Memory Function
Even if you turn power off or switch the Ignition key to OFF
during playback or change the source, playback will
continue from the point where playback stopped when the
power is turned ON again.
1
Touch [
].
The menu operation mode will be displayed.
1
Press <MENU>.
The AUDIO/VISUAL selection screen is displayed.
2
Touch [CD/DVD].
The display shows the DVD/Disc mode screen.
The unit starts to play the disc.
• You can select the DVD/Disc mode also by pressing <SOURCE/
PWR> repeatedly.
• The display mode can be changed by touching [WIDE].
For operation, see “Switching Display Modes” on page 71.
• Refer also to “DVD Setup” (pages 111 to 113).
• While “Reading INDEX” is displayed by DivX®, the fastforwarding/fast-reversing and repeat functions, etc., cannot be used.
• A file that exceeds 2GB cannot be played back.
• If you touch [Goup], the display changes to the MENU
screen, etc. The displayed screen type may differ
depending on the disc.
2
3
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Select a desired menu item by touching [
[ ] or [ ].
Touch [Enter] to confirm the selected item.
], [
],
Numeric Keypad Input Operations
1
Touch [1/2].
2
Touch [10KEY].
Displaying the Menu Operation Mode
Screen
1
The numeric keypad input mode screen appears.
Touch [1/2] on the DVD mode main screen.
The operation screen changes.
2
Touch [Menu Cont].
The menu operation mode screen appears.
• For further operations, see “If a menu screen appears” on page 66.
Stopping Playback (Pre Stop)
Touch [
] to close the numeric
keypad input screen.
3
Touch a desired number.
• Touch [
hold [
4
] to delete an entered number. Touch and
] to delete all entered numbers.
Touch [OK] on the numeric keypad mode screen to
confirm your selection.
Displaying the Top Menu Screen
Press the stop button during playback to stop playback. That position is
stored in the memory.
1
Touch [
“Pre
2
] once during playback.
” is displayed.
Touch [
/
] in the Pre Stop mode.
Playback starts from the position at which it was stopped.
• For some discs, the position at which playback was stopped may not
be accurate.
When a DVD contains two or more titles, the top menu screen appears.
1
Stopping Playback
Touch [Top MENU] on the DVD mode main screen.
The top menu screen appears.
• To perform necessary operations, see “If a menu screen appears” on
page 66.
1
Touch [ ] twice, or touch and hold [
seconds during playback.
“
Displaying the Menu Screen
] for at least 2
” is displayed, and playback stops.
• Playback starts from the beginning when [
playback is stopped.
/
] is touched while
With a DVD having two or more menus, a menu screen will appear for
the programmes available, in addition to the main programmes.
1
Fast-forwarding/Fast-reversing
Touch [MENU] on the DVD mode main screen.
The menu screen appears.
• To perform necessary operations, see “If a menu screen appears” on
page 66.
1
During playback, touch and hold [
reverse) or [
] (Fast-forward).
] (Fast-
Touch and hold for more than 1 second to forward/reverse
at double speed. Touch [
] or [
] again to forward/
reverse at 8x speed. Touch [
] or [
] once more to
forward/reverse at 32x speed.
2
Touch [
/
] to return to normal playback.
• No sound is played back during fast-forwarding/fast-reversing.
• For DVDs, the menu screen may reappear during fast-forwarding/
fast-reversing.
• This operation may not be possible on certain discs.
• You can forward/reverse a DivX® file with no index information at 2x
speed only.
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Finding the Beginnings of Chapters/Files
1
Slow Motion Playback
1
During playback, touch [
] or [
].
The chapter/file switches each time the switch is touched,
and playback of the selected chapter/file starts.
: Touch this to start playback from the beginning of the
current chapter or file.
: Touch this to start playback from the beginning of the
following chapter or file.
2
When [
] or [
] is touched and held while in
the pause mode, the 1/8th speed slow motion
playback mode is set.
Furthermore, when touched and held [
] or
[
] again, the slow motion speed switches to 1/2
the normal speed.
Stop touching [
/
] to return to normal playback.
• No sound is played during slow motion playback.
• 1/2, 1/8 are approximate speeds. The actual speed differs from disc to
disc.
• Some DVDs do not have chapters.
Supplementary explanations
“Chapters” are divisions of movies or musical selections on
DVDs.
Selecting Folders
1
Playing Still Frames (Pausing)
Touch [
] or [
] to select the folder.
Repeat Playback
1
During playback, touch [
2
Touch [
/
/
].
Use this function to play the disc’s titles, chapters or files, etc.,
repeatedly.
] to resume playback.
DVD Video
• No sound is played during the still frame mode.
• The image or sound may stop temporarily when playback starts from
the pause mode. This is not a malfunction.
1
During playback, touch [1/2].
The operation screen changes.
Forward/reverse frame-by-frame
Playback
1
In the pause mode, touch [
] or [
].
The picture advances or reverses by one frame each time
the button is touched.
2
Touch [
/
] to return to normal mode.
• No sound is output during forward/reverse frame-by-frame playback.
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2
Touch [
].
The repeat mode switches every time the switch is touched.
Repeat One
One
Repeat Title
Title
(Off)
Repeat One
One
Repeat One: The chapter is played repeatedly.
Repeat Title: The title is played repeatedly.
(Off): Playback returns to normal mode.
• The REPEAT mode is always turned off when [
held for at least 1 second.
] is touched and
DivX ® / ASF
1
Searching Directly by Chapter Number
During playback, touch [1/2].
The operation screen changes.
2
Touch [
Use this function to easily move to the beginnings of the chapters on the
disc.
].
The repeat mode switches with each touch.
Repeat
One
Repeat Folder
Folder
(Off)
Repeat
One
One: The file is played repeatedly.
Folder: The folder is played repeatedly.
(Off): Playback returns to normal mode.
1
The operation screen changes.
2
3
1
2
Touch [10KEY].
The numeric keypad input mode screen will appear.
Searching by Title Number
Use this function to easily find positions on the DVD using the DVD’s
titles.
Touch [1/2] in any mode other than stop mode.
Touch and enter the chapter or track number you
want to play.
See page 67 for operation of the numeric keypad.
4
Touch [OK].
Playback will start from the selected chapter.
Touch [1/2] while playback is stopped.
The operation screen changes.
5
Touch [10KEY].
• This function is not available for a disc on which chapters are not
stored.
Touch [
].
The numeric keypad input mode screen appears.
3
Enter a desired title by touching its title number.
Searching for a Desired Video File
See page 67 for operation of the numeric keypad.
4
You can select a video file from the list screen.
Touch [OK].
Playback will start from the title number selected.
5
Touch [
1
(Search)] during playback.
The search mode is activated, and the Video list screen
appears.
].
• This function cannot be used for discs on which no title numbers are
recorded.
Touch [
2
Touch the desired folder.
The File name of the selected folder is displayed.
3
Touch the desired file.
The selected file is played back.
• For details on how to scroll through the list, refer to
“Selecting an Item in a List” (page 21).
• If you touch [Shuffle songs] while a video file is playing back, an
audio file plays back randomly.
• To return to the previous hierarchy, touch [Undo].
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Switching the Angle
On DVDs in which scenes have been filmed from multiple angles, the
angle can be switched during playback.
1
During playback, touch [1/2].
The operation screen changes.
• Some time may be required for the angle to change.
• Depending on the disc, the angle may switch in one of two ways.
- Seamless: The angle switches smoothly.
- Non-seamless: When the angle is switched, a still picture is
displayed first, after which the angle switches.
Switching the Audio Tracks
DVDs with multiplex audio or audio languages allow switching the
sound during playback.
During playback, touch [1/2].
The operation screen changes.
2
1
Touch [ANGLE].
The angle switches between the angles recorded on the
disc every time the switch is touched.
1
For DVDs with multiple subtitle languages, the subtitle language can be
switched during playback. Alternatively, subtitles can be hidden.
During playback, touch [1/2].
The operation screen changes.
2
Switching the Subtitles (Subtitle
Language)
2
Touch [SUBT.].
Touching this switch repeatedly selects sequentially the
subtitle languages recorded on the disc, and then turns the
subtitles OFF.
• There may be a delay before the selected subtitle appears.
• Not all discs will allow changing the subtitles during playback. In
these cases, select subtitles from the DVDs menu.
• For some discs, the subtitles will be displayed even when this is set to
OFF. However, the subtitle language may differ depending on the
disc.
Switching from the disc menu
For some discs, the audio language, angle and subtitles can be switched
from the disc menu.
Touch [AUDIO].
1
Touch [MENU] or [Top MENU] to display the menu.
The sound switches between the alternate audio tracks
recorded on the disc every time the switch is touched.
2
Select an item to confirm it.
• Not all discs will allow changing the alternate audio tracks during
playback. In these cases, select audio tracks from the DVDs menu.
• There may be a delay before the selected alternate track begins to
play.
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See “If a menu screen appears” on page 66.
Switching Display Modes
1
About DivX®
DivX® is a codec (software) programme to compress moving images
while maintaining image quality using a highly advanced compression
ratio and operating speed.
Touch [WIDE].
Each touch changes the display modes as follows:
Wide
Cinema
Normal
Wide
Wide:
In Wide mode, the monitor displays a normal picture wider
to fit in a wide-screen monitor by evenly stretching out the
picture horizontally.
• Official DivX® Certified product
• Plays all versions of DivX® video (including DivX® 5) with
standard playback of DivX® media files
• DivX, DivX Certified, and associated logos are trademarks of
DivX, Inc. and are used under license
The unit can play back CD-R/CD-RW/DVD-R/DVD-RW/DVD+R/
DVD+RW discs that are recorded in the DivX® mode with
extension “avi” or “divx”.
The optimum size for DivX® disc playback is as follows:
Cinema:
In Cinema mode, the monitor displays a normal picture by
stretching out the picture horizontally and vertically. This
mode is good for displaying a cinema type picture at the
16:9 ratio.
Screen Size: 32 to 720 pixel (horizontal) × 32 to 576 pixel
(vertical)
With an aspect ratio other than 16:9, black bars may be
displayed on the left and right sides, or at the top and bottom of
the screen.
Image bit rate: “average 4 Mbps, Peak 8 Mbps” Home Theater
Profile supported
The following audio recording systems are supported.
MPEG1 Layer II
MPEG1 Layer III
MPEG2 Layer III
Dolby Digital
64 to 384 kbps
32 to 320 kbps
8 to 160 kbps
64 to 448 kbps
About ASF
Normal:
In Normal mode, the monitor displays a normal picture at
the centre of the screen with a vertical black band at each
side.
ASF (Advanced Streaming Format) is a file format developed by
Microsoft to deliver streaming synchronised data of a wide variety
(animation, audio or text, etc.) via networks.
• Extension: “.asf ”
• Screen Size:
horizontal 32 to 720 pixel × vertical 32 to 480 pixel (NTSC)
* The size above CIF is currently not available horizontal 720
pixel × vertical 576 pixel (PAL)
• Image bit rate (maximum):
384 kbps (SP L3 standard) (minimum value not given)
• The following image files are supported:
ISO-MPEG4 (MP4S/ M4S2)
• The following audio files are supported:
G.726 (Fs:8 kHz, Bitrate:16,24,32,40)
• ASP: still not available (GMC is not supported, QuarterPixel is
supported)
• SP: supported
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iPod/iPhone main screen display example
iPod/iPhone
(Optional)
1
7
*
6
2
5
3
An iPod/iPhone can be connected to this unit by using the cable (KCU451iV) (sold separately). You can connect a video-capable iPod to enjoy
not only Music but also Video files.
When the INE-S900R is connected by using the cable, the controls on
the iPod are not functional.
• Internet or telephone functions, etc., of the iPhone or iPod touch are
not controllable from the unit, but these functions can be controlled
using the iPhone or iPod touch itself.
• To watch the video screen of the file in the iPod/iPhone, the Parking
Brake must be engaged.
• For automatic transmission vehicles, place the transmission lever in
the Park position.
About iPod/iPhone usable with this unit
• Confirmed devices regarding Made for iPod. Correct function
of earlier versions cannot be guaranteed.
iPod touch (Late 2009): Ver.3.1.3
iPod nano (5th generation): Ver.1.0.2
iPod classic (Late 2009): Ver.2.0.3
iPod touch (2nd generation): Ver.3.1.3
iPod nano (4th generation): Ver.1.0.3
iPod classic (120GB): Ver.2.0.1
iPod touch (1st generation): Ver.3.1.3
iPod nano (3rd generation): Ver.1.1.3
iPod classic (80GB, 160GB): Ver.1.1.2
iPod nano (2nd generation): Ver.1.1.3
iPod with video: Ver.1.3
iPod nano (1st generation): Ver.1.3.1
• Confirmed devices regarding Works with iPhone. Correct
function of earlier versions cannot be guaranteed.
iPhone 3GS: Ver.3.1.3
iPhone 3G: Ver.3.1.3
iPhone: Ver.3.1.3
• For clarity in identifying your model of iPod, please see
Apple’s own document “Identifying iPod models” at
http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1353.
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1 Mode display
2 Elapsed time
3 Artwork display
4 Current song no./Total song no.
5 Information display
Music file: Song title/Artist title/Album title
Podcast: Episode title/Podcast title/Release date
Audiobook: Audiobook title
Video file: Video title
Video Podcast: Episode title
6 Clock display
7 Remaining playing time
* During audio-only playback of a video file, the Video icon is
displayed.
• Depending on the artwork data or the model/version of the iPod/
iPhone, the retrieved artwork’s quality may become poor.
Furthermore, the artwork images transferred from an iPhone and
iPod touch are so small in size that they become more poor quality
than ones of other iPod.
The iPod/iPhone operation screen display during video
file playback
1
Touch the screen while the iPod/iPhone playback
screen is displayed.
Playback
1
Press <MENU>.
The AUDIO/VISUAL selection screen is displayed.
The iPod/iPhone operation screen is displayed.
2
Touch [iPod].
The display shows the iPod mode screen.
3
Touch [
] or [
] to select the desired file.
Returning to the beginning of the current file:
Touch [
].
• The operation screen changes to the visual screen in the
iPod mode for 4 seconds after an operation has been
performed. To hide the iPod/iPhone operation screen,
touch [Full screen].
Touch the display panel to display the operation screen
again.
WARNING
It is dangerous for the driver to watch the Video while
driving the vehicle. The driver may be distracted from
looking ahead and an accident could occur.
Install the INE-S900R correctly so that the driver
cannot watch DVD/TV/Video unless the vehicle is
stopped and the emergency brake is applied.
If the INE-S900R is not installed correctly, the driver
will be able to watch the DVD/TV/Video while driving
the vehicle and may be distracted from looking ahead
causing an accident. The driver or other people could
be severely injured.
Fast backward the current file:
Touch and hold [
].
Advance to the beginning of the next file:
Touch [
].
Fast forward the current file:
Touch and hold [
].
4
To pause playback, touch [
Touching [
/
/
].
] again will resume playback.
• You can select the iPod mode also by pressing <SOURCE/PWR>
repeatedly.
• If a audio file is playing on the iPod/iPhone when it is connected to
the INE-S900R, it will continue playing after the connection.
• If a video file is playing on the iPod/iPhone when it is connected to
the system, it cannot continue playing after the connection. The
system play back the first song of all music files.
• When an iPod/iPhone is connected, playback does not start
automatically.
• When an iPod/iPhone is connected while the unit is on the iPod
mode, file playback will be paused.
• Display mode can be changed by touching [WIDE] when an iPod
compatible video is connected. For details, refer to “Switching
Display Modes” (page 71).
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5
Searching for a desired Music File
The selected song is played back.
An iPod/iPhone can contain thousands of songs. The unit for this reason
can make various searches using the search function as shown below.
Using the Playlist/Artist/Album/Podcast/Audiobook/Genre/Composer/
Song search mode’s individual hierarchy, you can narrow down your
search as shown in the table below.
MUSIC Search Menu
Hierarchy 1
Hierarchy 2
Hierarchy 3
Hierarchy 4
Playlist
Song
–
–
Artist*
Album*
Song
–
Album*
Song
–
–
Song
–
–
–
Podcast
Episode
–
–
Genre*
Artist*
Album*
Song
Composer*
Album*
Song
–
Audiobook
–
–
–
For example: Searching by Artist name
The following example explains how an Artists search is performed.
Another search mode can be used for the same operation, although the
hierarchy differs.
Searching by artist name
1
Touch [
(Search)] during playback.
The Music search mode screen appears.
2
Touch [Artists].
The Artists search screen is displayed.
3
Touch the desired artist.
The Album search screen of the selected artist is displayed.
Touching the desired artist for at least 1 second will play
back all songs of the selected artist.
4
Touch the desired album.
The Song search screen of the selected album is displayed.
Touching the desired album for at least 1 second will play
back all songs of the selected album.
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Touch the desired song.
• Touching [All] will display all songs in the list when you are in a
hierarchy with an asterisk “*” (see “MUSIC Search Menu” table on
this page).
• To return to the previous hierarchy, touch [Undo].
• For details on how to scroll through the list, refer to “Selecting an
Item in a List” (page 21).
Searching for a desired Video File
Up/Down Function
You can select a movie, music video, etc., from the list screen.
If you touch and hold an album name in the search mode, this album
will be played back repeatedly. To go to the previous or next Album, use
the Up/Down function.
• Video search mode depends on the iPod/iPhone. If the specification
of the iPod/iPhone is changed, the search mode on this unit will also
be changed.
Examples for the video search mode
• Video Playlists
• Movies
• Music Videos, etc.
1
Touch the direct up/down switch on the iPod/iPhone
playback screen.
For example: Searching by Movie
The following example explains how a Movie search is performed.
Another search mode can be used for the same operation, although the
hierarchy differs.
1
Touch [
(Search)] during playback.
The search mode is activated, and the search list screen
appears.
2
Touch [Videos] tab.
The Video search mode screen appears.
Direct Up/Down switch
Direct Up/Down switch icon
Playlist
Artist
Album
Podcast
Genre
Composer
3
Touch [Movies].
The Movies search screen is displayed.
4
Touch the desired movie.
• You can use the Up/Down Function during video file playback. The
].
Up/Down Function switches in the video mode are [
• If you are searching for a song, this operation cannot be performed.
• If an album is selected from an artist search, the album can be
searched.
• During shuffle playback, this operation is not possible.
The selected movie is played back.
• For details on how to scroll through the list, refer to “Selecting an
Item in a List” (page 21).
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Repeat Play
Random Play (Shuffle All)
Only Repeat One is available for the iPod.
All music files in the iPod are played back in random sequence.
1
1
Touch [
].
The file will be played repeatedly.
Repeat One
One
(Off)
2
Repeat One
One
• If [ ] is not displayed during video file playback, touch
[1/2] to change the operation switch.
To cancel repeat play, touch [
].
• During repeat playback, no other songs are selectable by
touching [
] or [
].
• When playback files during Repeat playback are changed from audio
to video (or from video to audio) on the Search list screen, Repeat
playback will be cancelled.
Random Play (Shuffle)
1
Touch [
] during playback.
The files will be played back in a random sequence.
Shuffle Songs
Songs
Shuffle Albums
Albums
(Off)
Shuffle Songs
Songs
Shuffle Albums: The songs on each album are played back
in proper order. Upon completing of all the
songs on the album, the next album is
selected randomly. This continues until all
albums have been played.
Shuffle Songs: Song shuffle randomly plays back songs
within a selected category (playlist, album,
etc.). The songs within the category are
played just once until all songs have been
played.
• If [ ] is not displayed during video file playback, touch
[1/2] to change the operation switch.
2
To cancel Shuffle play, touch [
].
• For details on the search mode, refer to “Searching for a desired
Music File” (page 74).
• When playback files during the Shuffle playback are changed from
audio to video (or from video to audio) on the Search list screen,
Shuffle playback will be cancelled.
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(Search)] during playback.
The Audio list screen is displayed.
Repeat One: A single song is repeatedly played back.
2
Touch [
Touch [Shuffle songs] tab.
The indicator “ iPod” lights, and the songs will be played
back in random sequence.
• To cancel, set the Shuffle mode to Off. Refer to “Random Play
(Shuffle)” (page 76).
• If [Shuffle songs] is touched, selected songs being played back in the
search mode are cancelled.
USB Memory
You can play back Music files (MP3/WMA/AAC) stored in a USB
memory on the internal player of this system.
Auxiliary Device
(Optional)
Playback
Operating Auxiliary Devices
The operations for Music files are the same as the operations for MP3/
WMA/AAC files stored in discs. For details, see “CD/MP3/WMA/
AAC” (page 60 to 64).
To operate your devices connected to the AUX terminals of INE-S900R,
follow the procedure described below.
1
• Set the AUX IN to anything other than Off. See “AUX Setup”
(page 110).
Press <MENU>.
The AUDIO/VISUAL selection screen is displayed.
2
Touch [USB].
The display shows the USB memory mode screen.
• You can select the USB mode also by pressing <SOURCE/PWR>
repeatedly.
• A file that exceeds 2GB cannot be played back.
• When a USB memory is connected, playback does not start
automatically.
Example for display
WARNING
It is dangerous for the driver to watch the TV/Video
while driving the vehicle. The driver may be distracted
from looking ahead and an accident could occur.
Install the INE-S900R correctly so that the driver
cannot watch TV/Video unless the vehicle is stopped
and the emergency brake is applied.
If the INE-S900R is not installed correctly, the driver
will be able to watch the TV/Video while driving the
vehicle and may be distracted from looking ahead and
cause an accident. The driver or other people could
be severely injured.
• If you try to activate the auxiliary device while driving, the display
will show the warning “Picture off for your safety.”
1
• You can display artwork during USB memory playback.
•
(Video/Audio changeover switch)is not displayed in the
USB memory mode screen.
Press <MENU>.
The AUDIO/VISUAL selection screen is displayed.
2
Touch [Front AUX] or [Rear AUX*].
The display shows the AUX mode screen.
* The name which is given as the source name in “Setting the Rear
AUX Primary” (page 110) and “Setting the AUX Secondary”
(page 110) is displayed.
• You can select the AUX mode also by pressing <SOURCE/PWR>
repeatedly.
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AUX operation screen display during video file playback
1
Touch the screen.
The AUX operation screen is displayed.
Example for Front AUX, Rear AUX, Game mode
display
• The operation screen changes to the visual screen in the
AUX mode for 4 seconds after an operation has been
performed. To hide the AUX operation screen, touch [Full
screen].
Touch the display panel to display the operation screen
again.
• You can operate an external DVD changer from this system when the
AUX name is EXT. DVD CHG. Also, you can operate a DVB-T tuner
from this system when the AUX name is DVB-T. For details, see
“Operating an External DVD Changer” (page 78) and “Operating
Mobile Digital TV Receiver (DVB-T)” (page 79).
• The display mode changes by touching [WIDE]. For operation, refer
to “Switching Display Modes” on page 71.
About the DVD changer operation screen
When the External DVD Changer playback screen is displayed, you can
touch the screen to display the operation screen. For details on how to
operate, refer to the Owner’s Manual of the connected DVD Changer.
DVD Changer screen display example 1/2
1
1 [
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
]
Touch the switch to go back to the beginning of the current
chapter/track/file. Touch the switch once more to find the
beginning of the previous chapter/track/file. Touch and hold
to fast reverse.
2 [
/
]
Switches between play and pause.
3 [
]
Touch the switch to advance to the beginning of the next
chapter/track/file. Touch and hold to fast forward.
4 [
]
Switches Group/Title/Playlist/Programme/Folder down.
Operating an External DVD Changer
To operate an External DVD Changer (Optional), set “Setting the Rear
AUX Primary” (page 110) or “Setting the AUX Secondary” (page 110)
to “EXT. DVD CHG”.
5 [
]
Switches Group/Title/Playlist/Programme/Folder up.
6 [
]
Changes to the previous disc.
7 [
]
Changes to the next disc.
Change to the External DVD Changer mode
8 [1/2]
Changes the operation screen.
1
Press <MENU>.
DVD Changer screen display example 2/2
The AUDIO/VISUAL selection screen is displayed.
2
Touch [EXT. DVD Changer].
The display shows the EXT. DVD CHG mode screen.
9
0
!
9 [Disc1] – [Disc6]
Selects a disc.
0 [WIDE]
The display mode changes. For operation, refer to
“Switching Display Modes” on page 71.
! [2/2]
Changes the operation screen.
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Operating Mobile Digital TV Receiver
(DVB-T)
Mobile Digital TV Receiver (DVB-T) screen display
example 2/2
To operate the Mobile Digital TV Receiver (DVB-T) (Optional), set
“Setting the Rear AUX Primary” (page 110) to “DVB-T”.
Changing to the Mobile Digital TV Receiver
(DVB-T) mode
1
9
The AUDIO/VISUAL selection screen is displayed.
2
0
!
Press <MENU>.
9 [MENU CONT.]
Call up the menu operation mode.
0 [
Touch [DVB-T].
]
The display mode changes. Call up the direct touch mode.
The display shows the DVB-T mode screen.
! [2/2]
Changes the operation screen.
About the DVB-T operation screen
When you touch the screen in the DVB-T mode, the operation screen is
displayed. For details on how to operate, refer to the Owner’s Guide of
the connected Digital TV Receiver (DVB-T).
Menu operation mode screen display example 2/2
@
%
Mobile Digital TV Receiver (DVB-T) screen display
example 1/2
@
@
#
$
@
@ [
], [
], [
], [
]
Move menu cursor.
1
1 [
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Determines the selected item.
]
Switches the Channel number/ Favorite channel number
down.
2 [TUNE]
Switches between the Channel mode and the Favorite
channel mode.
3 [
# [Enter]
$ [Return]
Returns to the previous item/screen.
% [Control]
The display mode changes. Call up the main mode.
]
Switches the Channel number / Favorite channel number
up.
4 [MENU]
Call up the menu screen.
5 [A/V]
Switches the source.
6 [EPG]
Call up the Electronic Programme Guide (EPG).
7 [SCAN]
Touch the switch to start the scan procedure.
8 [1/2]
Changes the operation screen.
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Other Useful Features
3
Touch [Device list].
Hands-Free Phone
Control
About the Hands-Free Phone
The Device list screen appears.
Hands-free calls are possible when using an HFP (Hands-Free Profile)
compatible mobile phone with the INE-S900R.
4
• Avoid answering a hands-free call in heavy traffic or on narrow
streets where driver attention is demanding.
• To improve sound quality, close the windows to reduce ambient
noises.
• Making or receiving calls in noisy locations reduces the audio
quality on both ends of the call.
• Telephone line conditions and other hands-free microphones may
cause voices to sound unnatural.
• Certain mobile phone features are dependent on the capabilities and
settings of your service provider’s network. Additionally, certain
features may not be activated by your service provider, and/or the
provider’s network settings may limit the feature’s functionality.
Always contact your service provider about feature availability and
functionality.
All features, functionality, and other product specifications, as well as
the information contained in the Owner’s Manual are based upon the
latest available information and are believed to be accurate at the time of
printing.
Alpine reserves the right to change or modify any information or
specifications without notice or obligation.
How to connect to a BLUETOOTH
compatible device (Pairing)
Touch [
(Search)].
The system searches for nearby BLUETOOTH compatible
device and shows them in a list.
5
6
Touch the mobile phone in the list you intend to
connect to.
Touch [Connect].
For details on the control from a BLUETOOTH compatible device,
refer to the Owner’s Manual of the BLUETOOTH compatible device.
• You can connect (pair) up to 5 BLUETOOTH compatible mobile
phones. When a 6th phone or device is connected, the most
previously used device is automatically disconnected.
• When you connect the mobile phone for the first time, the phone book
is synchronised automatically.
Connecting the mobile phone from this
unit
1
Press <MENU>.
2
Touch [Phone].
The Phone menu screen is displayed.
The system shows its product name and device passcode,
waiting for the mobile phone to connect to the system.
Proceed to step 7 with the system displaying the above
screen. For details on how to operate the mobile phone,
refer to the Owner’s Manual of the mobile phone.
7
Operate the mobile phone to search for the device
name of the system, then authenticate it.
• The system’s device name is “INE-S900R” by default. You
can also change a device name. See “Editing device
name” (page 115).
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8
Enter the device passcode of the system into the
mobile phone to register the system.
4
Touch the mobile phone name in the list you intend
to connect to.
A message appears on the screen of the system, and the
BLUETOOTH connection is completed.
• The device pass code of the system is “1234” by default. You can
also change a device pass code. See “Editing device passcode”
(page 115).
• When the BLUETOOTH connection is completed, the signal strength
icon is displayed. When you are using a roaming service, the roaming
icon “R” is displayed.
Roaming icon
•
Secret icon
5
Signal
strength
level
0
1
2
3
4
is displayed on the mobile phone that has the
connection setting.
Touch [Connect].
5
Icon
• When you are in a location that is outside the range, “No service” is
displayed.
The BLUETOOTH connection process starts.
• When the process begins, [Connect] changes to
[Disconnect] display.
Using the mobile phone
Set the Visible mode to On. See “Setting the Search Mode” (page 115).
1
Set the BLUETOOTH connection between this unit
and the mobile phone using the mobile phone.
For details on operation of the mobile phone, refer to the
Owner’s Manual of your mobile phone.
2
Input the Passcode on the mobile phone.
This unit and mobile phone start to connect through
BLUETOOTH.
• The device pass code of the system is “1234” by default. You can
also change a device pass code. See “Editing device passcode”
(page 115).
• The system’s device name is “INE-S900R” by default. You can also
change a device name. See “Editing device name” (page 115).
Connecting a BLUETOOTH compatible
device
Here is a description of how to connect a mobile phone to the system
manually.
Once connected to the system, the mobile phone will be automatically
connected to the system next time. If it does not connect to the system
automatically, follow the instructions below.
1
Press <MENU>.
2
Touch [Phone].
Disconnecting the BLUETOOTH
Connection
1
Press <MENU>.
2
Touch [Phone].
The Phone menu screen is displayed.
3
Touch [Device list].
The Device list screen appears.
4
Touch the mobile phone name in the list you intend
to disconnect from.
•
5
is displayed on a connected mobile phone.
Touch [Disconnect].
The BLUETOOTH connection is disconnected.
The Phone menu screen is displayed.
3
Touch [Device list].
The Device list screen appears.
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Updating the device information about
BLUETOOTH
Obtains the latest device information from the mobile phone with
BLUETOOTH function to update it.
Clear all device information
1
Press <MENU>.
2
Touch [Phone].
The Phone menu screen is displayed.
1
Press <MENU>.
2
Touch [Phone].
3
Touch [Device list].
The Device list screen appears.
The Phone menu screen is displayed.
3
4
Touch [Device list].
Touch [
].
The confirmation screen appears.
The Device list screen appears.
4
5
5
Touch [Yes].
Touch a mobile phone name of which you desire to
obtain new device information.
Answering a Call
Touch [Find name].
The information (model name etc) will be updated.
Incoming calls are announced by a received call ring tone and a
displayed message (PHONE No., etc.).
• To cancel information update, touch [Cancel].
1
Deleteing the registered BLUETOOTH
device
When you get an incoming call, the system rings the
ringtone and the incoming call message appears.
Deletes the mobile phones information for BLUETOOTH connection
registered in this unit.
Clearing one device information
1
Press <MENU>.
2
Touch [Phone].
The Phone menu screen is displayed.
3
Touch [Device list].
The Device list screen appears.
4
5
Touch a mobile phone name of which you desire to
delete.
Touch [
].
The confirmation screen appears.
6
Touch [Yes].
• You cannot delete the information of a mobile phone that
is neither connected or registered.
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Window
• When the caller’s number is transmitted to the system, if
the caller’s name is stored in the phone book, the name is
displayed. If the name is not stored, the number is
displayed. When neither the name or the number is
unavailable, “Unknown” is displayed.
• If the Window is displayed, the window changes
automatically to the Phone menu screen.
2
Touch [
4
].
The call starts.
Touch the [Dialled] tab, [Received] tab, or [Missed]
tab.
• When “Setting to Receive Calls automatically” (page 88) is set to
On, you can receive a call automatically.
• While calling, Audio/Visual source will be automatically muted, and
voice guidance will be cancelled.
Adjusting the volume
You can adjust the ring volume when an incoming call message screen
appears or during a conversation.
1
Touch [
] or [
Dialled: Dialled history
Received: Received history
Missed: Missed incoming history
].
The selected list is displayed.
You can adjust the volume in 11 levels.
• You can adjust the ring volume when you get an incoming call while
Phone mode screen is displayed. You can also adjust the transmit
volume while receiving.
• When the Window is displayed, you can adjust the receive volume
while receiving.
5
Touch the name/phone number to which you intend
to make a call.
The phone call is started.
Re-dialling a Number In Outgoing History (Dialled)
Previously dialled telephone numbers are stored in dialled calls history.
You can redial a number by searching hear.
Hanging up the Telephone
Dialling a Number In Incoming History (Received)
1
Touch [
Telephone numbers from received calls are stored in the Received List.
You can redial a number by searching here.
].
The call finishes.
• While receiving, you can also hang up by pressing [
].
Calling
Use the Phone menu screen to make a phone call. You can also make a
call from the Confirmation screen.
Calling display example
Dialling a Number In Missed Incoming Call History
(Missed)
Telephone numbers for received calls that are missed, are stored in the
Missed List. You can redial a numbers by searching here.
Entering a phone number to make a call
1
Press <MENU>.
2
Touch [Phone].
The Phone menu screen is displayed.
3
Touch [Number input].
The Number input screen appears.
4
Enter the phone number you wish to call.
Dialling a Number In Call History
You can use 3 types of history to make a phone call. Each history can
hold up to 20 phone numbers. If the limit is exceeded, the oldest phone
number is deleted.
1
Press <MENU>.
2
Touch [Phone].
• You can enter up to 20 digits.
• When you connect the mobile phone that is not compliant
with “+” entry, you cannot make a phone call, even if you
enter “+” in the Phone menu screen.
The Phone menu screen is displayed.
3
Touch [Call history].
The Call history screen appears.
5
Touch [
].
The phone call is started.
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Dialling a Number In The Phone Book
You can use the phone book of the mobile phone to make a phone call.
Before using, you need to transfer the phone book from the mobile
phone to the system. For details on how to transfer the phone book, see
“Transferring the phone book” (page 85).
1
Press <MENU>.
2
Touch [Phone].
Calling from the Confirmation screen
For details on the Confirmation screen, see “Confirm Destination”
(page 39).
1
Touch [Phone].
The Phone menu screen is displayed.
3
Touch [Phone book].
The Phone book screen is displayed.
4
Touch the person in the list you intend to call.
The details screen of the phone book is displayed.
If two phone numbers are stored, touch the number you
intend to call.
5
Touch [
The confirmation message is displayed.
2
The phone call is started.
• You can perform this operation only when the phone number is
displayed in the Confirmation screen.
].
The phone call is started.
Operations During a Conversation
Using one-touch dialling to make a call
Display example
1
You can assign up to 2 phone numbers as the one-touch dialling
numbers to make a call easily. For how to assign as the one-touch
dialling number, see “Assigning as the one-touch dialling number”
(page 86).
1
Press <MENU>.
2
Touch [Phone].
The Phone menu screen is displayed.
3
4
2
3
1 Mobile phone name (device address) display, secret
setting icon, roaming icon, signal strength display
2 Conversation time
Touch [Dial 1] or [Dial 2].
3 Name and phone number
The phone call is sent to the stored number.
4 Conversation volume
Redial Function
You can redial the person you have previously called.
1
Press <MENU>.
2
Touch [Phone].
The Phone menu screen is displayed.
3
Touch [Yes].
Touch [Redial].
The number is redialed.
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Changing the voice output
1
Touch [HFT Off] or [HFT On].
Touch [HFT Off] to change to the HFT Off mode. The switch
changes to [HFT On]. Touch [HFT On] to change to the HFT
On mode. The switch changes to [HFT Off].
HFT On mode: The voice is output from the speaker of the
car.
HFT Off mode: The voice is output from the mobile phone.
Adjusting the speech volume
You can adjust the transmit volume and receive volume respectively.
1
Touch [
] or [
].
: the receive volume adjusting mode
: the transmit volume adjusting mode
2
Touch [
] or [
Synchronising the phone book
You can synchronise the system’s phone book with the mobile phone’s
phone book.
].
You can adjust the volume in 11 levels.
Touch [ ] to turn down the volume. Touch [
the volume.
] to turn up
Tone dialling function
Transmits a tone signal during a call.
1
1
Press <MENU>.
2
Touch [Phone].
The Phone menu screen is displayed.
3
Touch [0 ~ 9]
The Number input screen appears.
2
• To stop the phone book transfer, touch [Cancel]. The phone book
before starting transfer is displayed.
• You can store up to 1,000 phone numbers in the phone book of the
system.
• You can store up to 2 phone numbers by one person’s name.
• You cannot make or accept a call during the phone book transfer.
The Phone book screen is displayed.
4
Input number.
• You can transmit a tone signal during a dialling tone.
Phone Book Function
Touch [Phone book].
Touch [
].
Synchronisation of the phone books starts.
• While synchronising the phone book, some operations on the phone
book or call history will be limited.
• When you connect the mobile phone for the first time, the phone book
is synchronised automatically.
Changing the character code of the phone
book
You can select the character code that is used when transferring the
phone book or history from a mobile phone. If unreadable characters
appear in the transferred data, select the correct character code.
Transferring the phone book
Press <MENU>.
2
Touch [Phone].
The Phone menu screen is displayed.
Touch [
].
Stays on standby for connection of the mobile phone.
• Touch [Cancel] to cancel the standby mode.
5
2
Touch [Phone].
3
The mobile phone accesses this unit and then
transfers the phone book from the mobile phone to
this unit.
Touch [Phone book].
The Phone book screen is displayed.
4
Touch [Phone book].
The Phone book screen is displayed.
4
Press <MENU>.
The Phone menu screen is displayed.
1
3
1
Touch [
].
The Character code screen is displayed.
5
Touch the desired character code to select, then
touch [OK].
Character code:
Latin-1 (ISO_8859_1) (Initial setting) / Latin-2 (ISO_8859_2) /
Russian (ISO_8859_5) / Greek (ISO_8859_7) / Turkish
(ISO_8859_9) / Latin-9 (ISO_8859_15) / UTF_8 (unicode)/
UTF_16LE (unicode) / UTF_16BE (unicode)
The system returns to the Phone book screen.
The phone book transferred from the mobile phone is
displayed.
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Deleting the phone book entries
4
The details screen of the Phone book is displayed.
Deleting one entry from the phone book
1
Press <MENU>.
2
Touch [Phone].
5
6
5
• The
/
icon is displayed beside the registered
phone number.
• If Dial1 or Dial2 is already registered, it is overwritten.
Touch the phone number you intend to delete.
The detail screen of the Phone book is displayed.
When 2 phone numbers are stored in the entry, touch the
phone number you intend to delete.
Touch [
].
Touch [Dial 1] or [Dial 2].
The phone number is assigned to the selected one-touch
dialling number.
Touch [Phone book].
The Phone book screen is displayed.
4
Touch [Save].
If 2 phone numbers are stored in the entry, touch the phone
number you intend to assign, then touch [Save].
The Phone menu screen is displayed.
3
Touch the phone number you intend to assign as the
one-touch dialling number.
7
Touch [
].
The system returns to the Phone book screen.
Alphabet Searching Function
The confirmation screen is displayed.
You can search the names registered in the phone book.
6
Touch [Yes].
The selected number is deleted.
Delete all entries from the phone book
Press <MENU>.
2
Touch [Phone].
The Phone menu screen is displayed.
2
Touch [Phone].
3
Touch [
].
Touch [Phone book].
The Phone book screen is displayed.
4
Touch [Phone book].
The Phone book screen is displayed.
4
Press <MENU>.
The Phone menu screen is displayed.
1
3
1
Touch [
(Search)].
The Alphabet search screen is displayed.
5
Touch the alphabet of the name one wishes to
search.
The confirmation screen is displayed.
5
Touch [Yes].
All entries of the phone book are deleted.
Assigning as the one-touch dialling
number
1
Press <MENU>.
2
Touch [Phone].
The Phone menu screen is displayed.
3
Touch [Phone book].
The Phone book screen is displayed.
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The phone book screen of the alphabet you selected is
displayed.
Call History Function
User setup
User Setup Operation
The following steps 1 to 5 are common operations to each
“Setting item” of User Setup. Refer to each section for details.
1
2
1 Name/phone number
2 Date/time
1
Press <MENU>.
2
Touch [Phone].
The Phone menu screen is displayed.
The date and time of making or receiving the call are
displayed.
3
Touch [User setup].
Making a call using the Call history
You can use the Call history to make a call. For details, see “Dialling a
Number In Call History” (page 83).
• The phone number is not stored in the Call history (Dialled) of the
unit when you make a call directly from the mobile phone.
Deleting the Call history
1
Press <MENU>.
2
Touch [Phone].
The User setup screen appears.
4
Touch [On] or [Off], etc., to change its setting.
5
Touch [OK].
The Phone menu screen is displayed.
3
Touch [Call history].
The Call history screen appears.
4
Touch the [Dialled] tab, [Received] tab, or [Missed]
tab.
The selected list is displayed.
5
Touch [
The setting is changed, and the system returns to the
previous screen.
] to delete the history.
The confirmation screen is displayed.
6
Touch [Yes].
The history is deleted.
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Setting to Receive Calls automatically
When a call is received, you can set whether to receive it automatically
or not.
Setting item: Auto answer
Setting contents: On / Off (Initial setting)
On: When a call is received, it will be taken automatically
after about 10 seconds.
Off: When a call is received, it will not be received
automatically. Touch [
] to receive a call.
Setting the Caller's name display
You can set whether or not to display the person’s name on the other end
on the system’s screen when making a call, receiving a call, and talking.
Setting item: Caller’s name display
Setting contents: On (Initial setting) / Off
On: When the person’s name is stored in the phone book,
the name is displayed on the system’s screen.
Off: The person’s name is not displayed and the phone
number only is displayed.
Setting the Secret data display
You can set whether or not to display data that is classified as secret on
the system’s screen.
When you use this system in the default setting, private data is displayed
on the system’s display. To hide private data, select Off.
Setting item: Secret data display
Setting contents: On (Initial setting) / Off
On: The phone book data that is classified as secret is
displayed on the system’s display. Also, the secret icon
is displayed on the screen, allowing you to know that
secret data is being displayed.
Off: The phone book data that is classified as secret is not
displayed on the system’s display.
• The name and number are not displayed on the phone book screen
when the setting is Off. Only the telephone number is displayed in the
outgoing/incoming history screen and calling screen.
To set the item to On, you need to enter a passcode.
1
Touch [On].
The passcode input screen is displayed.
2
Enter a passcode and touch [OK].
The setting item changes to On, and the system returns to
the previous screen.
• Enter a passcode twice to make sure it for the first time.
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Setting the passcode for displaying Secret
data
To display data that is classified as secret on the system’s screen, you
need to enter a passcode. Here is a description of how to set the
passcode.
Setting item: Edit display passcode
1
Touch [Edit].
The passcode setting screen is displayed.
2
Enter a passcode and touch [OK].
3
Enter the same passcode once more and touch [OK].
The passcode is set, and the system returns to the previous
screen.
• To change the passcode after setting once, enter the old
passcode once, then enter the new passcode twice.
Setting the Auto Storing Call History
You can set whether or not the history data of the mobile phone is
automatically transferred to the system when it is connected to the
system.
Setting item: Storing call history
Setting contents: On (Initial setting) / Off
On: The mobile phone’s history data is transferred.
Off: The mobile phone’s history data is not transferred.
Rear Camera
Operation
(Optional)
The marks are the extension lines of the width of the car,
which provide guidance for the path of the car when you
drive straight in reverse.
The marks represent the distance from the rear of the car
(from the rear end of the bumper).
• The marks do not move in synchronisation with the
steering wheel.
• Each centre position of the mark represents about 0.5 m
(red), about 1 m (yellow) and about 2 m (green) behind.
2 Distance guidance marks
Turning the Rear Camera On and Off
Set “Setting the Rear Camera” (page 93) to On.
1
Shift the gear lever to the reverse position
(reversing).
The rear view image is displayed while the car remains in
reverse.
2
If you shift the gear lever to a position other than
reverse (reversing), the monitor returns to the
previous screen.
• Refer also to the Owner's Manual of the rear camera.
• Be sure to also check behind and around the car visually. Use the
camera image to assist in showing conditions behind and around the
car.
• Depending on where the unit is installed, actual conditions may
differ from the displayed image.
The marks represent the distance from the rear of the car
(from the rear end of the bumper).
• The marks do not move in synchronisation with the
steering wheel.
• Each centre position of the mark represents about 0.5 m
(red), about 1 m (yellow) and about 2 m (green) behind.
• Depending on the condition of the car or road surface, the range of
vision may vary.
• The camera’s range of vision has a limit. Objects near both ends of
the bumper and objects under the bumper may be out of sight of the
camera.
• The rear camera image may have a tint which is different from the
actual surroundings.
• Depending on the car, the guidance may deviate to the right or left.
This is not a malfunction.
Distance guidance mark
The distance guidance mark represents the distance to the road surface,
so you cannot measure the distance to an object on the road surface.
<Screen>
About the rear camera guide
To display the guide, set “Rear camera guide line display setting”
(page 93) to On. Also, to adjust the guide, see “Adjusting the Rear
Camera Guide line” (page 93). You can also turn off the guide in the
Rear camera display screen.
C
B
A (about 0.5 m)
1
Touch [Guide Off] on the Rear camera display screen.
The guide line disappears, and then the [Guide Off] switch
changes to [Guide On].
2
Touch [Guide On] to turn on the guide.
<Positions of A, B and C>
about 1 m
Indication mark meaning
When you put the car in reverse gear, the monitor screen switches to the
rear camera view and the guides appear to help you to perceive the
width of the car and the distance from the car.
In the screen, according to the distance guidance marks,
the truck seems to be parked about 1 m away (at the
position B). In actual fact, however, if you reversed to
position A, you would collide with the truck.
In the screen, positions A, B and C seem to be located in
order of proximity. However, in actual fact, the position A
and C are the same distance, and B is far there away
than positions A and C.
• The car width extension mark represents the distance to the road
surface, so when an object on the road surface is displayed on the
screen, the mark does not represent the actual distance to the object.
1 Car width extension marks (red, yellow and green in
order of proximity)
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• In the following conditions, screen visibility may be impaired. This is
not a malfunction.
- When it is dark (during the night, etc.).
- When the temperature around the camera lens is high or low.
- When water drops adhere to the camera, or when the humidity
is high (such as rainy weather, etc.).
- When foreign bodies (such as mud, etc.) adhere to the camera
or its peripheral area.
- When sunlight or headlights directly strike the camera lens.
- When a CCD camera is connected, if a high-intensity spot (such
as a reflection of the sunlight on a car body) is shot by the
camera, a smear phenomenon* which is peculiar to CCD
cameras, may occur.
* Smear phenomenon:
A phenomenon which occurs when a high-intensity spot (such
as a reflection of the sunlight on a car body) is shot by the
camera, a tail is formed up and down (vertical direction) of the
spot.
<Situation of the car>
Actual distances
Error Error
The distance guidance mark represents the distance to a
flat road surface. Therefore in the case of an upward
slope behind the car, the distance guidance mark is
displayed at as closer than the actual distance. For
example, if there is an obstacle on the upward slope, it
may appear farther away than its actual position.
Also, an error may occur between the guidance and the
actual path of the car on the road surface.
When there is a steep downward slope behind the
car (example)
<Screen>
A high-intensity spot
Error between the screen and the actual road surface
In the following conditions, errors are produced between the screen
guidance and the actual road surface. (The illustrations represent a case
when the camera is installed in the standard position.)
When there is a steep upward slope behind the car
(example)
<Situation of the car>
<Screen>
Error
Distance guidance marks
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Error
In the case of a downward slope behind the car, the
distance guidance mark will appear farther away than the
actual distance.
If there is an obstacle on the downward slope, it seems
closer than its actual position.
Also, an error may occur between the guidance and the
actual path of the car on the road surface.
Setup
5
Touch [
6
Touch [OK].
] or [
] etc., to change its setting.
General Setup
The Parking Brake must be engaged to access the Setup screen.
Attempting to access this screen while driving will display the
warning “No operation while driving - for your safety.”
General Setup Operation
The settings change and the system returns to the previous
screen.
The following steps 1 to 6 are common operations to each
“Setting item” of General Setup. Refer to each section for
details.
1
Press <MENU>.
2
Touch [Setup].
• “Dimmer Setup” (page 92) and “Installation Setup” (page 95) will
be completed without touching [OK] in step 6. [OK] is not available.
The Setup screen is displayed.
3
Touch the [General] tab.
The General Setup screen appears.
4
Touch any of [Dimmer], [Display], [Volume], [Rear
view camera], [System], [Clock], [Installation] or
[Restore default settings].
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Dimmer Setup
[Dimmer] is selected on the General setup menu in step 4. See “General
Setup Operation” (page 91).
Setting the Illumination Brightness
The illumination control adjusts the brightness of the unit based on the
car ambient lighting for easier viewing.
Setting item: Dimmer
Setting contents: Dimmer (Initial setting) / Illum. / On /
Off
Setting the Wallpaper colour
You can select any of 4 colours for the Wallpaper of the Audio mode
screen and the blank screen (when the screen is set to Off).
Setting item: Wallpaper
Setting contents: Change
Blue(Initial setting) / Green
/ Grey / Amber
1
Touch [Change].
2
Touch the desired colour.
3
Touch [OK].
Dimmer: Automatically adjusts the illumination of the unit to
the brightness of the car interior.
Illum.: Set the Illumination to decrease the illumination
brightness of the unit with the head lights of the
vehicle ON.
On: Keep the background illumination of the monitor dark.
Off: Deactivate Auto Dimmer mode to keep the background
illumination of the monitor bright.
Adjusting the Level of Backlight
You can adjust the brightness of the backlight. This function could be
used, for instance, to change the screen brightness while travelling at
night.
Setting item: Dimmer level
Setting contents: -15 to 15 (Initial setting: -8)
• The setting cannot be made when “Setting the Illumination
Brightness” (page 92) is set to Off.
Adjusting the Level of Keylight
You can adjust the brightness of the Keylight. This function could be
used, for instance, to change the Keylight brightness while travelling at
night.
Setting item: Keylight level
Setting contents: -2 to 2 (Initial setting: 0)
• The setting cannot be made when “Setting the Illumination
Brightness” (page 92) is set to Off.
Display Setup
[Display] is selected on the General setup menu in step 4. See “General
Setup Operation” (page 91).
Setting the Menu colour
You can change the menu screen colour. When you set the item to
“Grey,” the menu screen changes to grey tone.
Setting item: Menu colour
Setting contents: Default (Initial setting) / Grey
Volume Setup
[Volume] is selected on the General setup menu in step 4. See “General
Setup Operation” (page 91).
Sound (Beep) Guide Function
You can adjust the volume of the Sound Guide.
Setting item: Beep
Setting contents: Off, 1 to 7 (Initial setting: 4)
Navi Guidance Volume Adjustment
The volume of the guidance voice is adjusted in 8 steps.
Setting item: Guidance
Setting contents: Off, 1 to 7 (Initial setting: 4)
Setting the Scroll
Scroll display is available if CD text, file name or tag information is
entered.
Setting item: Auto scroll
Setting contents: On (Initial setting) / Off
On: Turns on the AUTO scroll mode. Scroll display is
repeated as long as the mode is turned on.
Off: Turns off the AUTO scroll mode. Scroll display is done
once as a track is changed.
• The display scrolls on the unit when the screen is filled up.
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Guidance volume confirmation
1
Touch [Test].
The test tone is output with the adjusted volume setting.
Auto volume Adjustment
Adjusting the picture quality of the Rear
Camera screen
When you set this item to a value from 1 to 6, as you accelerate the
volume of the system is automatically turned up. The higher setting
value brings about the higher rate of increase in volume.
You can adjust the picture quality of the rear camera screen.
Setting item: Auto volume control
Setting contents: Off, 1 to 6 (Initial setting: Off)
Setting item: Visual setup
Setting contents: Adjust
Bright/ Contrast/ Colour/
Tint/ Sharpness
Rear view camera Setup
[Rear view camera] is selected on the General setup menu in step 4. See
“General Setup Operation” (page 91).
Setting the Rear Camera
• The setting cannot be made when “Setting the Rear Camera”
(page 93) is set to Off.
1
Touch [Adjust].
The picture quality adjustment screen is displayed.
2
Touch [
] or [
] to adjust the picture quality.
When the rear camera is connected, set this item to On.
Setting item: Rear view camera in
Setting contents: On / Off (Initial setting)
Rear camera guide line display setting
You can set whether the rear camera guide line is displayed or not.
• For details on the picture quality adjustment items, see
“Visual Setup” (page 117).
Setting item: Guide line
Setting contents: On (Initial setting) / Off
• The setting cannot be made when “Setting the Rear Camera”
(page 93) is set to Off.
3
After completing the adjustment, touch [
].
Adjusting the Rear Camera Guide line
You can adjust the rear camera guide line position.
Setting item: Guide line adjustment
• The setting cannot be made when “Setting the Rear Camera”
(page 93) is set to Off.
1
Touch [Adjust].
The guide line adjustment screen is displayed.
2
3
Touch the guide line you intend to adjust.
Touch [ ], [
the guide.
], [
] or [
] to adjust the position of
• After moving the guide, when you touch [ ], the guides
in the vertical row are aligned at the default angle. After
moving the guide, when you touch [ ], the guides in the
horizontal row are aligned in a row.
4
After the adjustment is completed, touch [OK].
• You can touch [Reset] during adjustment to return to the
setting prior to adjustment.
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System Setup
Clock Setup
[System] is selected on the General setup menu in step 4. See “General
Setup Operation” (page 91).
[Clock] is selected on the General setup menu in step 4. See “General
Setup Operation” (page 91).
Setting the Language
You can set the language for the display and voice of the system.
Setting item: Language
Setting contents: Select
Dansk / Deutsch / English
(Initial setting) / Español / Français /
Italiano / Magyar / Nederlands / Norsk /
Polski / Português / Slovenčina / Suomi
/ Svenska / Türkçe / Čeština / Ελληνικά
/ русский язык
Setting the Keypad
Allows you to select the displayed keypad screen: Alphabet or
QWERTY.
Setting item: Keypad
Setting contents: Alphabet (Initial setting) / QWERTY
Setting the Units (km/m or mile/yard)
Allows you to select the units for the entire system (km/m or mile/yard).
Setting item: Unit
Setting contents: Km (Initial setting) / Miles
Setting of Calendar Display Pattern
Switching
You can switch the calendar display pattern to be shown when the time
is displayed.
Setting item: Date
Setting contents: DD.MM.YY (Initial setting) / YY/MM/DD
Y: shows the year
M: shows the month
D: shows the day
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Setting the Clock Display
You can select the clock display type, 12-hour or 24-hour, depending on
your preference. If you set to Off, the clock is not displayed.
Setting item: 12H / 24H
Setting contents: 12H / 24H (Initial setting) / Off
Setting Daylight Saving Time
Setting item: Daylight saving time
Setting contents: On / Off (Initial setting)
On: Place the Summer Time mode ON. The time advances
by one hour.
Off: Return to the ordinary time.
Setting Time Zone
Set a time zone selection to display approximate time. When you set to
“Auto,” the system automatically adjust the time zone based on the
current position.
Setting item: Time zone
Setting contents: Auto (Initial setting) / GMT+0 / GMT+1 /
GMT+2 / GMT+3
Installation Setup
3
Enter a password, then touch [OK].
[Installation] is selected on the General setup menu in step 4. See
“General Setup Operation” (page 91).
Installation check
The system status information are viewable.
Setting item: Installation check
1
Touch [View].
The Installation check screen is displayed.
• Enter the 6-digit number.
• Input numbers are displayed as “*”.
4
Enter the same password again, then touch [OK].
The password is set and the system returns to the previous
screen.
• If you forget a registered password, you can not use this unit. In this
case, service will be required.
Clearing the password
1
2
Touch [Off].
The password setting screen is displayed.
Touch [
] to return to the previous screen.
Setting Security code
You can set the system to be unusable without entering a password.
When you set this setting to On and set a password, the password input
is required when the system is connected to a battery and turned on for
the first time.
2
Enter the password you have set, then touch [OK].
The password is cleared and the system returns to the
previous screen.
• Input numbers are displayed as “*”.
Setting item: Security code
Setting contents: On / Off (Initial setting)
Setting the password
1
2
Touch [On].
After the confirmation message appears, touch
[Yes].
The password setting screen is displayed.
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Adjusting the Touch Panel
Adjustment becomes necessary when the display position on the LCD
and the touch position on the touch panel do not match.
Setting item: Screen calibration
1
Touch [Adjust].
The adjustment screen appears.
2
Touch 1 [+].
Adjusting the Vehicle position calibration
To provide accurate guidance, the system accumulates comparative data
between the GPS signal and the vehicle speed pulse signal. You can
check the progress of accumulated data on the screen. Furthermore, you
can fine-tune the current position display. Usually, you can use the
system without any calibration. However, if the current position
generally deviates from the actually position, perform “Reset
calibration”. After performing, drive along a road with good visibility
for several tens of km to complete the auto calibration. If the movement
of the current position mark on the map deviates from the actual
movement of the vehicle even after performing the reset calibration and
auto calibration, perform the manual calibration.
Setting item: Vehicle position calibration
Setting item: Manual calibration
Setting contents: -100.0% to +600.0%
(Initial settings: -1.2%)
Setting item: Auto calibration
Setting contents: On (Initial setting) / Off
[+] is displayed at the 2 position.
3
Touch 2 [+].
4
Touch [OK].
This completes adjustment, and returns to the Installation
setup mode screen.
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Setting item: Reset calibration
Manual calibration
Reset calibration
Depending on the condition of your vehicle, or after replacing the tyres
or wheels, the movement of the current position on the map may deviate
from the actual vehicle movement. You can use this function to finetune the movement of the current position (the initial setting is -1.2 %).
After replacing the tyres, reset the distance calibration.
1
Touch [Adjust].
The Vehicle position calibration screen appears.
1
2
Touch [Adjust].
The Vehicle position calibration screen appears.
2
Touch [Off] of “Auto calibration”.
3
Touch [Reset] of “Reset calibration”.
After the confirmation message appears, touch
[Yes].
The Manual calibration calibration become available.
3
Setting Speed pulse type
Touch [
] or [
] to perform calibration.
You can set the vehicle speed pulse division setting. When you set to
Type 2, the vehicle speed pulse divider is enabled. Usually, you do not
need to change this setting.
Setting item: Speed pulse type
Setting contents: Type1 (Initial setting) / Type2
Formatting the SD memory card
When the movement of the current position on the map lags
behind the actual movement, touch [ ] to calibrate. When
the movement on the map is premature, touch [ ] to
calibrate.
• We recommend that you observe the movement with
about 0.5 to 1.0 % of adjustment at first.
• Take care that the extreme calibration may cause the
system to malfunction.
• Touch [ ] or [ ] to compensate by 0.1 %. Touch and
hold to compensate in steps of 1.0% adjustment.
4
Touch [OK].
Auto calibration
Usually (initial setting), the system is set to perform Auto calibration, so
you do not need to set “Auto calibration”. After performing the Manual
calibration, when you want to return the setting to the Auto calibration,
set as follows.
1
When formatting the SD memory card, stored data (map data, etc.)
is deleted. As a result, normally you cannot use this function, and
only Alpine dealer formats the SD memory card.
When you format the SD memory card, all data stored in it is deleted.
If the SD memory card does not properly work for some reason, or the
system does not recognize the SD memory card, format it with the
system. Note that you cannot restore the deleted data.
Setting item: Format SD card
1
2
Touch [Reset].
After the confirmation message appears, touch
[Yes].
The system is rebooted. After the reboot, format completes.
• Note the following until the mode screen (map screen, radio screen,
etc.) is displayed after the reboot.
Do not eject the SD memory card. / Do not turn on/off the power. / Do
not change the ignition key position.
Touch [Adjust].
The Vehicle position calibration screen appears.
2
Touch “On” of “Auto calibration”.
3
Touch [OK].
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Initializing the System
You can initialize all data such as marked positions, setting item values,
etc., to restore the factory settings. Remove the DVD/CD disc, etc.,
from the system before operation.
Setting item: Restore factory setting
1
2
Restore default setting
[Restore default settings] is selected on the General setup menu in step
4. See “General Setup Operation” (page 91).
You can initialize all setting item values of the system you have set.
Setting item: Restore default settings
Touch [Reset].
1
After the confirmation message appears, touch
[Yes].
2
The system starts is rebooted. After the reboot, initialize
completes.
• Note the following until the mode screen (map screen, radio screen,
etc.) is displayed after the reboot.
Do not turn on/off the power. / Do not change the ignition key
position.
• The map database is not deleted even if you initialize the system.
• All POI warning data are deleted by initialising. After initialising,
update the data again.
• All custom POI data are deleted by initialising. Before initialising,
make a backup copy to USB memory.
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Touch [Restore default settings].
After the confirmation message appears, touch
[Yes].
The system starts rebooting. After the reboot, initialize
completes.
• Note the following until the mode screen (map screen, radio screen,
etc.) is displayed after the reboot.
Do not turn on/off the power. / Do not change the ignition key
position.
6
Navigation Setup
Touch [OK].
The setting is changed and the system returns to the
previous screen.
Navigation Setup Operation
The following steps 1 to 6 are common operations to each
“Setting item” of Navigation Setup. Refer to each section for
details.
1
Press <MENU>.
2
Touch [Setup].
The Setup selection screen is displayed.
3
Touch the [Navi] tab.
The Navigation Setup selection screen appears.
4
5
Touch any of [Map], [POI], [Guidance], [Route],
[TMC], [Map download], [Personal POI] or [Navi Info].
Touch [On] or [Off], etc., to change its setting.
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Map Setup
[Map] is selected on the Navigation setup menu in step 4. See
“Navigation Setup Operation” (page 99).
Setting the Map Colour Display
To improve visibility of the system’s screen, you can change between
the day display and the night display. You can select map display
colours for day and night respectively.
Adjusting the 3D view angle
You can change the view angle of the 3D map.
Setting item: 3D view angle
1
Touch [Adjust].
The 3D view angle adjustment screen is displayed.
2
Touch [
] or [
] to adjust.
Setting item: Map colour
Setting contents: Day
Colour 1 (Initial setting) to
Colour 6
Night
Colour 7 (Initial setting) to
Colour 8
1
Touch [Day] or [Night].
The setting screen is displayed.
2
Each time you touch [
], the map is given a more 3dimentional appearance. Each time you touch [
], the
map becomes more planar. You can adjust the setting in 12
levels.
Touch any one of [Colour 1] - [Colour 8].
3
Touch [OK].
The setting is changed and the system returns to the
previous screen.
Setting the Next street Name Display
3
Touch [OK].
You can set whether or not to display the next street name on the route
guidance screen.
The setting is changed and the system returns to the
previous screen.
Setting item: Next street name
Setting contents: On (Initial setting) / Off
Setting the Night/Day Display
You can set to switch automatically between the day display and the
night display, or set to always use the day display or the night display.
Setting item: Night/Day display
Setting contents: Auto (Initial setting) / Day / Night
Auto: The switching interlocks with “Setting the Illumination
Brightness” (page 92). When the Dimmer setting is
set to “Dimmer”, the switching between the day
screen and the night screen depends on the
brightness of the car interior. When the Dimmer
setting is set to “Illumination”, the switching toggles
with ON/OFF of the vehicle’s head lights. When the
Dimmer setting is set to “On”, the Night Display is
always displayed. When the Dimmer setting is set to
“Off”, the Day Display is always displayed.
Day: The Day Display is always displayed.
Night: The Night Display is always displayed.
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Next street name
On: The next street name is displayed.
Off: The next street name is not displayed.
Setting the Direction line Display
You can set whether or not to display the direction line that points to the
destination during the route guidance.
Setting item: Direction line
Setting contents: On (Initial setting) / Off
On: The Direction line is displayed.
Off: The Direction line is not displayed.
Setting the Vehicle Position Mark
You can change the vehicle position mark.
Setting item: Vehicle position mark
Setting contents:
(Initial setting)/
1
/
Touch [Change].
The Vehicle position mark setting screen is displayed.
2
Touch any of marks.
3
Touch [OK].
Direction line
Setting the Tracking point Display
You can set to display tracking points along the road you have driven
on, allowing you to know the route you have taken. The tracking points
disappear after 100 km (60 miles) of driving in order of occurrence.
Setting item: Tracking point
Setting contents: On (Initial setting)/ Off
On: Tracking points are displayed on the map.
Off: Tracking points are not displayed on the map.
The setting is changed, and the system returns to the
previous screen.
Points of Interest Setup
[POI] is selected on the Navigation setup menu in step 4. See
“Navigation Setup Operation” (page 99).
Setting the Motorway mode
Setting the POI Icon Display
You can set whether or not to use the Motorway mode, which
automatically changes to the Manoeuvre list screen when you join a
motorway.
The system can display icons on the map for points of interest such as
gas/fuel stations, restaurants, parking, etc.
Setting item: Motorway mode
Setting contents: On (Initial setting )/ Off
Setting item: POI icon
Setting contents: Show / Hide (Initial setting)
On: If the route is set, when you join a motorway, the system
changes to the Manoeuvre list screen automatically.
Off: If the route is set, when you join a motorway, the system
does not change to the Manoeuvre list screen
automatically.
Show: The selected POI icon is displayed on the map
screen.
Hide: Clear the POI icon from the map screen.
• The POI icons can be displayed on the detailed map with 200 m (200
yards) or smaller scale.
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Setting the POI Icons Display Category
When “Setting the POI Icons Display” is set to “Show”, you can select a
Sub category to be displayed with each POI icon.
Guidance Setup
[Guidance] is selected on the Navigation setup menu in step 4. See
“Navigation Setup Operation” (page 99).
Setting item: POI category
1
2
Setting the Border Guidance
Touch [Select].
The Select category screen is displayed.
You can set whether or not to display the national flag when you have
crossed a border.
Touch the desired category.
Setting item: Border guidance
Setting contents: On (Initial setting) / Off
On: The system provides Border guidance.
Off: The system does not provide Border guidance.
The estimated Arrival Time Display Setting
• Touch [All categories] to select from all categories.
3
Touch the desired sub category.
You can set to display the estimated arrival time in which way: always
displays the arrival time to the destination, or displays the arrival time to
a waypoint (if existent).
Setting item: Guidance time option
Setting contents:
(Waypoint) (Initial setting) /
(Destination)
Setting the Arrival Time
When the system calculates a route, it also estimates the time it will take
to the destination. Arrival is displayed in the time of the destination time
zone, or remaining time is displayed.
• When you touch [All types], all sub categories are
selected.
Setting item: Estimated required time
Setting contents:
(Arrival) (Initial setting) /
(Remaining)
Arrival is displayed in the time of the
destination time zone.
Remaining: Remaining time is displayed.
Arrival:
4
Touch [OK].
The setting is changed and the system returns to the
previous screen.
• Touch [Reset] to cancel the selection.
• You cannot set the [City centre] display. [City centre] is always
displayed on the map.
Setting the Address book icon Display
You can display icons for the locations stored in the Address book on
the map.
Setting item: Address book icon
Setting contents: Show (Initial setting) / Hide
Show: The Address book icon is displayed on the map
screen.
Hide: Clear the Address book icon from the map screen.
• The Address book icons can be displayed on the detailed map with 10
km (6 miles) or less of scale.
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• The time estimates are based on the average speed of the vehicle. See
“Setting the Average Speed” (page 103). The estimated time will
vary accordingly, as the vehicles speed varies.
Setting the Intersection Guidance
You can set to whether or not display a magnified view of an
intersection when the system has image data.
Setting item: Intersection guidance
Setting contents: On (Initial setting)/ Off
On: The system displays a magnified view to provide
guidance.
Off: The system does not display a magnified view.
• For the Intersection guidance type, see “Intersection/junction
guidance” (page 43).
Setting the Average Speed
You can set the condition (speed) to estimate the arrival time at a
destination/waypoint. See “Setting the Arrival Time” (page 102).
Setting item: Estimated travel time
Setting contents: Change
Urban road: 5 km ~ 120 km/3 mi~75 mi
(Initial setting: 30 km)
Country road: 5km ~ 160 km/3mi~100
mi (Initial setting: 60 km)
Motorway: 5km ~ 200km/3 mi~125 mi
(Initial setting: 100 km)
1
Touch [Change].
The Estimated travel time setting screen is displayed.
2
Touch [
] or [
] to change its setting.
Route Setup
[Route] is selected on the Navigation setup menu in step 4. See
“Navigation Setup Operation” (page 99).
Setting the Dynamic Route Guidance
For details on the dynamic route guidance function, refer to page 28.
Setting item: Dynamic route guidance
Setting contents: Auto / Manual (Initial setting) / Off
If an optimal route is found using the dynamic route
guidance function, and the system is automatically
changed to a new route.
Manual: If an optimal route is found using the dynamic route
guidance function, a confirmation screen is shown.
Touch [Detour] or [Current route].
Off:
The dynamic route guidance is not used.
Auto:
RDS-TMC Setup
[TMC] is selected on the Navigation setup menu in step 4. See
“Navigation Setup Operation” (page 99).
Traffic Event Arrow display setting
3
You can set whether or not to display Traffic event arrows on the map.
Touch [OK].
The setting is changed, and the system returns to the
previous screen.
The Interrupt Display to the Audio/Visual
Screen setting
You can set whether or not to interrupt the Audio/Visual mode with the
navigation guidance display.
Setting item: Guidance screen interruption
Setting contents: On (Initial setting)/ Off
On: The system interrupts the Audio/Visual screen with the
navigation guidance display.
Off: The system does not interrupt the Audio/Visual screen
with the navigation guidance display.
Setting item: Traffic event arrow
Setting contents: On (Initial setting) / Off
On: Traffic event arrows are displayed.
Off: Traffic event arrows are not displayed.
TMC icon display setting
You can set whether or not to display TMC icon. When you set to On,
TMC icons are displayed.
Setting item: TMC icon
Setting contents: On (Initial setting) / Off
On: TMC icon is displayed.
Off: TMC icon is not displayed.
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Country Setting
Use this to set the country.
Setting item: Country
Setting contents: Auto (Initial setting) / Manual
Auto: The country is automatically set.
Manual: You can select a country from the country list.
1
You can perform pay TMC authentication. For Traffic Master (GB), the
system has already been authenticated when it is shipped, so you do not
need to perform this operation.
Setting item: V-Trafic (F) / Traffic Master (GB) / RTL (I)
1
2
Touch the desired country name.
3
Touch [OK].
The setting is changed, and the system returns to the
previous screen.
Station Setting
You can select the station from which you receive information.
Setting item: Station
Setting contents: Auto (Initial setting)/ Manual
You can receive information automatically from a
station.
Manual: Select a desired broadcasting station. (A list of
stations from which you can receive information is
displayed.)
Auto:
Touch [Manual].
The system searches for stations, then the Select station
screen appears.
2
Touch the desired station name.
3
Touch the desired station.
The setting is changed, and the system returns to the
previous screen.
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Touch [Input].
The activate key input screen is displayed.
Touch [Manual].
The Select country screen is displayed.
1
Performing the pay TMC Activation
2
Enter the activate key.
3
Touch [OK].
Activation is performed, and the system returns to the
previous screen.
Storing Region Selection
Personal POI Setup
Perform this operation when you upgrade the map data, etc., of the
system. For details on operation, refer to the Owner’s Manual of the
update disc.
[Personal POI] is selected on the Navigation setup menu in step 4. See
“Navigation Setup Operation” (page 99).
[MAP download] is selected on the Navigation setup menu in step 4.
See “Navigation Setup Operation” (page 99).
1
Updating POI warning data
You can use Safety camera data as POI warning data for the system.
You can use a USB memory to store the data to the system.
Touch [Map download] on the Setup screen.
The country selection screen is displayed.
2
Touch the desired region.
3
Touch [OK].
Setting item: Update POI warning data
1
Touch [Update].
The confirmation dialog screen appears.
The selected region data is downloaded to the SD memory
card.
2
Touch [Yes].
The POI warning data in the system is updated.
• During data updating, keep the system turned on and do
not perform any operations.
• You can perform this operation only when an authenticated DVD
map disc (SMART MAP PRO) is inserted to the system.
3
After the update is completed, the system returns to
the previous screen.
• Updatable data
File format: CSV
Maximal updatable file: 40,000
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Deleting POI warning data
You can delete POI warning data from the system.
Setting item: Delete POI warning data
Updating custom POI data
You can copy up to 40,000 locations stored in a USB memory to the SD
memory card of the system.
Setting item: Update custom POI data
1
Touch [
].
The confirmation dialog screen appears.
1
Touch [Update].
The confirmation dialog screen appears.
2
Touch [Yes].
The POI warning data is deleted from the system.
2
Custom POI data is copied from the USB memory to the
system.
• During deletion, keep the system turned on and do not
perform any operations.
3
After deleting is completed, the system returns to
the previous screen.
POI warning data icon display setting
You can set whether or not to display POI warning data icons.
Setting item: POI warning icon
Setting contents: Show (Initial setting) / Hide
Show: POI warning data icons are displayed on the map.
Hide: POI warning data icons are not displayed on the
map.
POI warning data guidance setting
You can set whether or not to sound the alarm when a POI warning is
approaching.
Setting item: POI warning guidance
Setting contents: On (Initial setting) / Off
On: When you are approaching a POI warning, the system
sounds the alarm.
Off: When you are approaching a POI warning, the system
does not sound the alarm.
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Touch [Yes].
• During data updating, keep the system turned on and do
not perform any operations.
3
After updating is completed, the system returns to
the previous screen.
• Supported format: KML format, Ver.2.2, KMZ
• You can store up to 49 icons for custom POI data.
Icon format: BMP
size: 21×18 pixels
Bit depth: 8/24/32 bit
• If updating the icon data is not possible, the
icon is displayed.
• Icon data save method: A KMZ file and BMP file of the same file
name are stored in the same folder. KML files are compressed to
KMZ (zipped) file.
• During data update, keep the system turned on and do not perform
any operations.
• Updatable items are the POI by names, phone number, addresses,
latitude/longitude and category.
• If the category is not registered in a KML file, the KML file is updated
by its file name, not by the category name.
• You can search custom POI data by category, if categories are
registered in KML files.
Editing custom POI data
Deleting custom POI data
You can edit custom POI data.
You can delete custom POI data.
Setting item: Edit custom POI data
Setting item: Edit custom POI data
1
Delete custom POI data
Touch [Edit].
The Edit custom POI data screen is displayed.
• You can change the list view between tree view and
alphabet view.
2
Touch the location you intend to edit.
1
The Edit custom POI data screen is displayed.
2
] of the data you intend to delete.
“+” is displayed beside a category. Touch a category name
to display its sub categories and location file names.
The Edit custom POI data screen is displayed.
3
Touch any one of [Name], [Location] or [Phone No.].
• When you touch [Delete] of a category name, all files in the category
are deleted.
The edit screen is displayed.
4
Touch [
The confirmation dialog screen appears.
Category display
3
Touch [Edit].
Touch [Yes].
The data is deleted, and the system returns to the list
screen.
Delete All custom POI data
After editing is completed, touch [Save].
1
Touch [Edit].
The Edit custom POI data screen is displayed.
2
Touch [
].
The confirmation dialog screen appears.
The changes are saved, and the system returns to the list
screen.
• For details on how to edit, see “Editing the Address Book” (page 49).
• The categories cannot be edited.
3
Touch [Yes].
The custom POI data is deleted from the system.
• During deletion, keep the system turned on and do not
perform any operations.
Custom POI data Icon display setting
You can set whether or not to display custom POI data icons on the map.
Setting item: Custom POI icon
Setting contents: Show (Initial setting) / Hide
Show: Custom POI data icons are displayed on the map.
Hide: Custom POI data icons are not displayed on the
map.
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Storing custom POI data on a USB memory
1
The GPS status screen appears.
You can copy custom POI data stored in the system’s SD memory card
to a USB memory. You can use the saved custom data for other things,
for example, you can display vehicular swept paths on the Google Earth
using the data.
1
2
5
Setting item: Read out SD data
1
2
Number of satellites received can be up to 12.
3 Latitude and Longitude
4 Altitude
Altitude is based on GPS altitude.
Touch [Yes].
• During data copy, keep the system turned on and do not perform any
operations.
• If there are files with the same category name, the files are renamed
with a subordinate number added.
• Special characters in a category name are deleted at registration.
Storing tracking points to a USB memory
You can copy tracking points stored in the system’s SD memory card to
a USB memory.
Setting item: Read out SD data
Touch [Read out].
The Read out SD data screen is displayed.
2
1 Today’s date
2 Number of satellites received
Custom POI data is stored in the USB memory.
1
4
Touch [Custom POI].
The confirmation dialog screen appears.
3
3
Touch [Read out].
The Read out SD data screen is displayed.
Touch [View].
5 Satellites received
Satellites from which you are receiving are displayed blue.
2
Touch [
].
The system returns to the Navi information screen.
Displaying Version information
The application, map and BLUETOOTH module version information
are viewable. Make note of this information and refer to it whenever you
contact Alpine Tech Support or an Alpine-authorized dealer.
Setting item: Version information
1
Touch [View].
The Version information screen appears.
Touch [Tracking point].
The confirmation dialog screen appears.
3
Touch [Yes].
Tracking point data is stored in the USB memory.
• During data copy, keep the system turned on and do not perform any
operations.
Navi information
You can view various information provided by the navigation system.
[Navi Info] is selected on the Navigation setup menu in step 4. See
“Navigation Setup Operation” (page 99).
Displaying GPS status
The navigation system allows you to view dynamic location information
received from GPS satellites. This feature is very useful for off-road
users in establishing a starting point before trekking.
Setting item: GPS status
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2
Touch [
].
The system returns to the Navi information screen.
6
Touch switch to change its setting.
7
Touch [OK].
Audio Setup
Audio Setup Operation
The following steps 1 to 7 are common operations to each
“Setting item” of Audio Setup. Refer to each section for details.
1
2
Press <MENU>.
Touch [Setup].
The setting is changed and the system returns to the
previous screen.
• “Radio Setup” (page 110) will be completed without touching [OK]
in step 7. [OK] is not available.
The Setup selection screen is displayed.
3
Touch the [Audio] tab.
The Audio Setup selection screen appears.
4
Touch any of [AUX setup], [Radio setup] or [DVD
setup].
• When you touch [AUX setup] or [Radio setup], proceed
to the step 6.
• When you touch [DVD setup], proceed to the step 5.
5
Touch the desired item to change its setting.
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AUX Setup
Radio Setup
[AUX setup] is selected on the Audio setup menu in step 4. See “Audio
Setup Operation” (page 109).
[Radio Setup] is selected on the Audio setup menu in step 4. See “Audio
Setup Operation” (page 109).
Setting the Rear AUX Primary
You can make settings for an external device (such as a portable music
player) that is connected to the AUX terminal of the AUX/PREOUT
connector cable.
Setting item: Rear AUX IN Primary
Setting contents: Rear AUX (Initial setting) / Game /
DVB-T / EXT. DVD CHG / Off
• When connected to a DVB-T tuner, set this item to DVB-T. When
connected to an external DVD changer, set to EXT. DVD CHG. When
you intend to connect both, connect a DVB-T tuner to “REAR AUX
IN Primary” and an external DVD changer to “Rear AUX IN
Secondary”.
Adjusting the Rear AUX Audio Level
Setting item: Rear AUX IN level
Setting contents: High (Initial setting) / Low
High: Increases the external input audio level.
LOW: Decreases the external input audio level.
Setting the AUX Secondary
When a DVB-T Tuner (sold separately) is connected, you can use it to
connect one more External Input device. Setting the Secondary name
can change the source name display of this device.
You can make this setting only when you have set to DVB-T in “Setting
the Rear AUX Primary”.
Setting item: AUX IN Secondary
Setting contents: Rear AUX / Game / EXT. DVD CHG / Off
(Initial setting)
• When an external DVD changer is connected, set this item to EXT.
DVD CHG.
Setting the Front AUX
You can make settings for an external device (such as a portable music
player) that is connected to the Front AUX input terminal.
Setting item: Front AUX IN
Setting contents: Audio (Initial setting) / Audio+Video
Audio: Only audio signal is output from the external device.
Audio+Video: Both audio and video signals are output from
the external device.
Adjusting the Front AUX Audio Level
Setting item: Front AUX IN level
Setting contents: High (Initial setting) / Low
High: Increases the external input audio level.
Low: Decreases the external input audio level.
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Adjusting Source Signal Levels
If the difference in volume level between the CD and FM radio is too
great, adjust the FM signal level as follows.
Setting item: FM level
Setting contents: High (Initial setting) / Low
PI SEEK Setting
Setting item: PI seek
Setting contents: Auto / Off (Initial setting)
Receiving RDS Regional (Local) Stations
When Off is selected, the unit automatically keeps receiving the related
local RDS station.
Setting item: RDS regional
Setting contents: On (Initial setting) / Off
Setting PTY31 (Emergency Broadcast)
Reception
PTY31 (Emergency Broadcast) reception can be set to On/Off.
Setting item: PTY31(ALARM)
Setting contents: On (Initial setting) / Off
• The unit automatically gives priority to an emergency broadcast
whenever it begins, and interrupts the programme you are currently
listening to when PTY31 is set to on.
• The unit will show “Alarm” in the display during PTY31 reception.
DVD Setup
[DVD Setup] is selected on the Audio setup menu in step 4. See “Audio
Setup Operation” (page 109).
• You can perform DVD setup in DVD mode.
• Touch [Stop] before performing DVD setup.
Changing the language setting
Setting of the Audio Language
Set the audio language produced from the speakers.
Setting item: Audio language
Setting contents: Auto (Initial setting) / Deutsch / English
/ Español / Français / Italiano /
Japanese / Svenska / Other
• When “Auto” is selected, the primary audio language among the
recorded ones is played.
The audio language, subtitle language and menu language can be set
according to your preferences.
Once set, this becomes the default language. This function is convenient
when you always want to listen in English. (The language setting is not
effective on some discs. If not, the default language is set from the
factory.)
Set the language of the subtitles displayed on the screen.
• When the settings are changed, old settings are overwritten. Make a
note of the current settings before making changes.
• To temporarily change the language of the current disc, either do so
from the DVD menu or by using the operation described in the
section “Switching the Audio Tracks” (page 70).
• If the disc does not include the selected language, the disc’s default
language is set.
• When “Auto” is selected, the primary subtitle language among the
recorded ones is played.
Setting of the Subtitle Language
Setting item: Subtitle language
Setting contents: Auto (Initial setting) / Deutsch / English
/ Español / Français / Italiano /
Japanese / Svenska / Other
Changing the Country Code Setting
To play in a language other than those displayed
Set the country code when setting the rating level (Parental lock).
1
Setting item: Country code
Touch [Other].
The numeric keypad screen is displayed.
2
1
The numeric keypad screen is displayed.
Touch the 4-digit numeral of the language number.
2
For available language numbers, refer to “List of Language
Codes” (page 121).
3
Touch [Country code] in the DVD Setup screen.
Touch the 4-digit country code.
As for the country number, refer to “List of Country Codes”
(pages 122, 123).
Touch [OK] to memorize the number.
Setting of the Menu Language
Set the language used for the menus (title menu, etc.).
3
Touch [OK] to memorize the number.
• When the settings are changed, old settings are overwritten. Make a
note of the current settings before making changes.
Setting item: Menu language
Setting contents: Auto (Initial setting) / Deutsch / English
/ Español / Français / Italiano /
Japanese / Svenska / Other
• When “Auto” is selected, the primary menu language among the
recorded ones is played.
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Setting the Rating Level (Parental Lock)
This function can help restrict the viewing of movies to children of
appropriate age levels only.
Changing the Passcode
You can change the Passcode.
Setting item: Passcode
Setting item: Parental
1
1
Touch [Parental] in the DVD Setup screen.
Touch [Passcode] in the DVD Setup screen.
The numeric keypad screen is displayed.
The numeric keypad screen is displayed.
2
2
Touch the numeric keypad to input a 4-digit
password.
Touch the numeric keypad to input the current
passcode.
The numeric keypad screen is displayed.
3
Touch the input screen to enter a new 4-digit
passcode.
• Keep a note of the number somewhere safe in case you
should forget it.
4
Touch [OK] to memorize the passcode.
Input number are displayed as “*”.
3
Changing the rating level temporarily
Touch [OK] to memorize the number.
The Parental screen appears.
4
Some discs may request that you change the rating level set in the
default settings during playback. In this case, the message appears
on the monitor screen “Do you wish to change parental control
settings? [Yes] [No].”
Touch the number to select the rating level (1 to 8).
If this screen appears, change the level as follows:
• To change parental level and play, touch [Yes].
When [Yes] is touched, the numeric keypad input screen is
displayed. Input the 4-digit password in “Setting the Rating
Level (Parental Lock)” you set, then touch [OK].
• To play without changing the parental level, touch
[No].
(When [No] is touched, playback will be at the parental level
set in “Setting the Rating Level (Parental Lock).”)
Select “Off” to cancel the parental lock or if you do not want
to set a rating level. The smaller the number, the higher the
rating level.
5
Touch [OK] to memorize the level.
• When the settings are changed, old settings are overwritten. Make a
note of the current settings before making changes.
• On unrated DVDs, playback will not be restricted even if the rating
level is set.
• Once set, this rating level remains in memory until changed. To
enable playback of discs of higher rating levels or to cancel the
parental lock, the setting must be changed.
• Not all DVDs provide a Parental Lock feature. If you are unsure
about a DVD, play it first to confirm. Do not leave DVDs accessible
to young children for whom you deem them inappropriate.
Setting the Menu skip function
When you set to On, the system skips the Menu screen of the DVD
VIDEO and starts playback of the main content.
Setting item: Menu skip
Setting contents: On / Off (Initial setting)
1
Touch [Menu skip].
Every time you touch, the On/Off setting will be changed.
Displaying DivX® Disc Information
Setting item: DivX information
1
Touch [DivX information] in the DVD Setup screen.
The DivX® file registered code is displayed.
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Setting the TV Screen Mode
Use the procedure described below to modify the output screen
according to the type of TV monitor (rear monitor) being used.
This setting can also be applied for the INE-S900R.
If the rear monitor is not connected, the screen setting is 16:9.
Setting item: TV screen
Setting contents: 16:9 (Initial setting) / 4:3 LB / 4:3 PS
Setting the Downmix Mode
This function applies to Dolby Digital, DTS stream sound.
Setting item: Downmix mode
Setting contents: Surround (Initial setting) / Stereo
1
Touch [Downmix mode].
Every time you touch, the setting contents will be changed.
1
Surround: Surround compatible Downmix
Stereo:
Stereo Downmix
Touch [TV screen].
Every time you touch, the setting contents will be changed.
4:3 LETTER BOX:
Select this when connected to a conventional 4:3 size
(normal TV aspect ratio) monitor. There may be black
stripes visible at the top and bottom of the screen (when
playing a 16:9 size movie). The width of these stripes will
depend upon the original aspect ratio of the theatrical
release of the movie.
Resets DVD setup
Resets the DVD setup content to the factory settings.
Setting item: Reset
1
Touch [Reset] in the DVD Setup screen.
The confirmation dialog screen appears.
2
Touch [Yes].
The settings are initialized.
4:3 PAN-SCAN:
Select this when connected to a conventional 4:3 size
monitor. The picture will fill the entire TV screen. However,
due to the mismatch in aspect ratio, parts of the movie at
the extreme left and right sides will not be visible (when
playing a 16:9 size movie).
16:9 WIDE:
Select this when connected to a wide screen TV. This is the
factory setting.
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5
Touch switch to change its setting.
6
Touch [OK].
Phone Setup
Phone Setup Operation
The following steps 1 to 6 are common operations to each
“Setting item” of Phone Setup. Refer to each section for details.
1
Press <MENU>.
2
Touch [Setup].
The Setup selection screen is displayed.
3
Touch the [Phone] tab.
The Phone Setup selection screen appears.
4
Touch any of [Device info] or [BLUETOOTH setup].
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The setting is changed and the system returns to the
previous screen.
Changing the Device information
BLUETOOTH Setup
[Device info] is selected on the Phone setup menu in step 4. See “Phone
Setup Operation” (page 114).
[BLUETOOTH setup] is selected on the Phone setup menu in step 4.
See “Phone Setup Operation” (page 114).
Editing device name
You can change the device name of the system.
Setting item: Edit device name
1
Touch [Edit] in the Device information screen.
Edit device name screen is displayed.
2
Enter the device name.
Setting the Search Mode
You can set whether the INE-S900R can be recognized or not from a
BLUETOOTH compatible device. Normally set this to On.
Setting item: Visible mode
Setting contents: On (Initial setting) / Off
On: Enable recognition of the INE-S900R from the
BLUETOOTH compatible device.
Off: Disable recognition of the INE-S900R from the
BLUETOOTH compatible device.
The initial name is INE-S900R.
3
Touch [OK] to memorize the name.
• You can enter a device name of up to 20 digits.
Editing device passcode
You can change the device passcode of the system.
Setting item: Edit device passcode
1
Touch [Edit] in the Device information screen.
Edit this device passcode screen is displayed.
2
Enter the device passcode.
The initial passcode is 1234.
• Enter the 4-digit number.
3
Touch [OK] to memorize the passcode.
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Sound Setup
Adjusting Balance/Fader
1
Touch [
][
][
][
].
Sound Setup Operation
The following steps 1 to 5 are common operations to each
“Setting item” of Sound Setup. Refer to each section for details.
1
2
Balance: L15 to R15
Fader: R15 to F15
Press <MENU>.
When the NAVIGATION menu is displayed, touch the
[AUDIO/VISUAL] tab.
• To reset to the initial setting (Balance: 0, Fader: 0), touch
[Centre].
Adjusting Bass Level
Setting item: Bass
Setting contents: -7 to +7 (Initial setting: 0)
• Adjustment cannot be performed when Defeat is set to On.
Adjusting Treble Level
3
Or, press <MENU> to switch the tab.
Setting item: Treble
Setting contents: -7 to +7 (Initial setting: 0)
Touch [Sound setup].
• Adjustment cannot be performed when Defeat is set to On.
Adjusting the Subwoofer Level
You can set the Subwoofer level when a Subwoofer is connected. When
no Subwoofer is connected, this item is set to Off.
Setting item: SubW.
Setting contents: Off, 0 to +15 (Initial setting: Off)
The Sound setup screen is displayed.
4
Touch [
] or [
], etc., to change its setting.
Setting the Loudness
Loudness introduces a special low- and high-frequency emphasis at low
listening levels. This compensates for the ear’s decreased sensitivity to
bass and treble sound at these levels.
Setting item: Loudness
Setting contents: Off (Initial setting) / On
• Adjustment cannot be performed when Defeat is set to On.
Turning Defeat ON or OFF
5
Touch [
].
The setting is changed and the system returns to the
previous screen.
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If you set the Defeat to On, the Bass/Treble/Loudness settings return to
the initial settings. If you set to Off, they resume to the set value.
Setting item: Defeat
Setting contents: Off (Initial setting) / On
5
Visual Setup
6
Touch [Custom] to display the detailed setting
screen.
Touch [
] or [
] to change its setting.
Visual EQ Setup Operation
1
2
Press <MENU>.
When the NAVIGATION menu is displayed, touch the
[AUDIO/VISUAL] tab.
Setting item: Bright, Contrast, Colour, Tint, Sharpness
Depending on the source, the available setting items
vary.
• Visual source: Bright, Contrast, Colour, Tint, Sharpness
• Navigation/Audio source: Bright, Contrast
7
Or, press <MENU> to switch the tab.
3
Touch [Visual setup].
Touch [
].
The system returns to the previous screen.
• If you have changed Bright, Contrast, etc. in step 6, Visual EQ is
displayed as “Custom”.
• You can set up Visual EQ only for the current Visual source.
• For how to adjust the picture quality when connected to a rear
camera, see “Adjusting the picture quality of the Rear Camera
screen” (page 93).
The Visual setup screen is displayed.
• To set up a Visual source, proceed to step 4.
• To set up a Navigation/Audio source, proceed to step 6.
4
Touch [
] or [
] to change its setting.
Setting item: Visual EQ
Setting contents: Flat (Initial setting) / Night movie / Soft /
Sharp / Hi contrast
Flat:
Initial Setting
Night movie: Suitable for movies in which dark scenes
frequently appear.
Soft:
Suitable for CGs and animated films.
Sharp:
Suitable for old movies where images are not
clearly shown.
Hi contrast: Suitable for recent movies.
• To make more detailed setting changes, proceed to step
5.
• To complete the setting, proceed to step 7.
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Adjusting Brightness
You can adjust the brightness between Min (–15) and Max (+15). When
it reaches the minimum or maximum point, the display shows “Min” or
“Max” respectively.
Setting item: Bright
Setting contents: -15 to +15
• If Dimmer is set in “Setting the Illumination Brightness” (page 92)
and Visual EQ mode is set to other than Custom, the brightness of the
Visual source is automatically adjusted based on the car's interior
brightness.
Storing and recalling the picture quality
adjustment values
You can store Bright, Contrast, Ting, Colour and Sharpness that you
adjusted for Visual source. You can also recall the stored adjusted
values.
1
The adjusted setting values are stored.
Adjusting Image Contrast
Adjustment of contrast is done in the range of Low (-15) to High (+15).
“High” and “Low” appear as the maximum and minimum values
specified.
Setting item: Contrast
Setting contents: -15 to +15
• If Dimmer is set in “Setting the Illumination Brightness” (page 92)
and Visual EQ mode is set to other than Custom, the brightness of the
Visual source is automatically adjusted based on the car's interior
brightness.
Adjusting Colour of Picture
You can adjust the colour between Min (-15) and Max (+15). When it
reaches the minimum or maximum point, the display shows “Min” or
“Max” respectively.
Setting item: Colour
Setting contents: -15 to +15
• Tint adjustment cannot be made in Navigation mode/Audio mode .
Adjusting Tint of Picture
Adjust the colour from Green (-15) to Red (+15). “Green” or “Red” is
displayed at the maximum of each colour.
Setting item: Tint
Setting contents: -15 to +15
• Tint adjustment cannot be made in Navigation mode/Audio mode .
Adjusting Picture Quality
Picture sharpness adjustment range is from Soft (-15) to Hard (+15).
“Hard” and “Soft” appear as the maximum and minimum values
specified.
Setting item: Sharpness
Setting contents: -15 to +15
• Tint adjustment cannot be made in Navigation mode/Audio mode.
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After adjusting Bright, Contrast, Tint, Colour and
Sharpness (page 118), touch and hold [Preset 1] or
[Preset 2].
2
To recall the setting value, touch [Preset 1] or
[Preset 2].
Information
Fluctuation of the Current Position or
Tracks
The fluctuation can be made smaller by combining the GPS, the selfcontained navigation, and the map matching. However, these functions
may not operate correctly according to conditions, and fluctuation may
be considerable.
Fluctuation by GPS Positioning not
Acceptable
• When only the radio waves of two GPS satellites or less can
be received, the positioning by GPS cannot be performed.
• When the vehicle is in the following places, positioning by
GPS cannot be performed because the radio waves of the
GPS satellite are interrupted and cannot be received.
In tunnels and indoor
parking lots
Locations surrounded
by tall buildings
• In the following cases, the GPS satellite signals may not be
receivable.
– A roof rack is used (GPS antenna installed on roof of car).
– A metallic object is near the GPS antenna (GPS antenna
installed inside car).
– A window film that contains metal is installed in the car (GPS
antenna installed inside car).
Fluctuation by GPS Satellites
• GPS satellites are managed by the United States Department
of Defence, and may transmit positional data that the satellite
intentionally shifted. The fluctuation of the positioning grows
at such time.
• Measure the current position with the fluctuation of approx.
10 to 100 m when performing three dimension positioning.
The fluctuation of the two dimension positioning grows a little
in the case of three dimension positioning.
• Insufficient accuracy may result when the location of GPS
satellites is unfavourable (when the satellites are in similar
direction or similar height). (When radio waves from two or
more satellites immediately above the vehicle and a very limit
horizon in north, south, east, and west is received, the best
accuracy is obtained for GPS positioning.)
• For the accuracy of GPS positioning, the fluctuation in the
direction of height grows a little compared with the horizontal
direction.
Since satellite signals from around the earth’s opposite
hemisphere cannot be received, height comparison cannot
be sufficiently performed.
Other Fluctuations
• When you have driven a Y-junction with a small angle
Locations surrounded
by tall trees
On the bottom level of
double-decker
motorways
• When the roads are adjacent (such as expressway and
service road).
When GPS satellite is low on
the horizon (angle below 10°),
obstructions sometimes make
normal reception impossible
• In the following cases, the radio waves of the GPS satellites
may be temporarily not be receivable due to radio
interference.
– When using a satellite phone or mobile phone near the GPS
antenna.
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• When you have driven the roads of a grid
About DVDs
Music CDs and DVDs have grooves (tracks) in which the digital data is
recorded. The data is represented as microscopic pits recorded into the
track – these pits are read by a laser beam to play the disc. On DVDs,
the density of the tracks and pits is twice that of CDs, so DVDs can
contain more data in less space.
CDs
• When you have driven a road with the difference of elevation
such as a mountain path with rapid ascents
Minimum pit
length 0.9 µm
• When hairpin bends have continued or when you have
passed through a looping bridge
1.2 mm
DVDs
Minimum pit
0.6 mm
length 0.6 mm
0.9 µm
• When the tires have slipped in a gravel road or a snowy road
or when tire chains are installed, when the tires are changed
to different sizes, or when the air pressure in the tires has not
been correctly adjusted
Track pitch 1.6 µm
Track pitch 0.74 µm
A 12 cm disc can contain one movie or about four hours of music. In
addition, DVDs provide sharp picture quality with vivid colours thanks
to a horizontal resolution of over 500 lines (compared to less than 300
for VHS tape).
In addition, DVDs offer a variety of functions.
Multiple audio* (page 70)
Movies can be recorded in up to eight languages. The desired
language can be selected from the unit.
Subtitles function* (page 70)
Movies can include subtitles in up to 32 languages. The desired
subtitle language can be selected from the unit.
• Immediately after having driven long distance in a straight
line or gradual curve
• When you have driven a long and winding road
• When the vehicle has turned with the turn table in a parking
lot
• When you have repeatedly turned and double backed in a
multistory parking space, etc
• When you have driven along a newly established road that is
not listed in the map data
• When the vehicle has been moved by a ferry or a vehicle
carrier
• When you have repeatedly started and stopped at low speed
due to traffic congestion
• When you have approached a road that is adjacent to a
facility while driving on a road in the facility such as a factory
• When you have just begun to drive immediately after having
started up the engine
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Multi angle function* (page 70)
When the DVD contains a movie shot from multiple angles, the
desired angle can be selected from the unit.
Multi story function*
With this function, a single movie includes various story lines.
You can select different story lines to view various versions of
the same movie.
Operation differs from disc to disc. Story line selection screens
including instructions appear during the movie. Just follow the
instructions.
* These functions differ from disc to disc. For details, refer to the disc’s
instructions.
Rating levels (parental lock)
This is a DVD function for restricting the viewing age as
stipulated by laws in different countries. The way in which
viewing is restricted differs from DVD to DVD. Sometimes the
DVD cannot be played at all, other times certain scenes are
skipped, and other times certain scenes are replaced with
different scenes.
List of Language Codes
(For details, see page 111.)
Abbreviation
AA
AB
AF
AM
AR
AS
AY
AZ
BA
BE
BG
BH
BI
BN
BO
BR
CA
CO
CS
CY
DA
DE
DZ
EL
EN
EO
ES
ET
EU
FA
FI
FJ
FO
FR
FY
GA
GD
GL
GN
GU
HA
HI
HR
HU
HY
IA
Code
6565
6566
6570
6577
6582
6583
6589
6590
6665
6669
6671
6672
6673
6678
6679
6682
6765
6779
6783
6789
6865
6869
6890
6976
6978
6979
6983
6984
6985
7065
7073
7074
7079
7082
7089
7165
7168
7176
7178
7185
7265
7273
7282
7285
7289
7365
Language
Afar
Abkhazian
Afrikaans
Amharic
Arabic
Assamese
Aymara
Azerbaijani
Bashkir
Byelorussian
Bulgarian
Bihari
Bislama
Bengali, Bangla
Tibetan
Breton
Catalan
Corsican
Czech
Welsh
Danish
German
Bhutani
Greek
English
Esperanto
Spanish
Estonian
Basque
Persian
Finnish
Fiji
Faroese
French
Frisian
Irish
Scots Gaelic
Galician
Guarani
Gujarati
Hausa
Hindi
Croatian
Hungarian
Armenian
Interlingua
Abbreviation
IE
IK
IN
IS
IT
IW
JA
JI
JW
KA
KK
KL
KM
KN
KO
KS
KU
KY
LA
LN
LO
LT
LV
MG
MI
MK
ML
MN
MO
MR
MS
MT
MY
NA
NE
NL
NO
OC
OM
OR
PA
PL
PS
PT
QU
RM
Code
7369
7375
7378
7383
7384
7387
7465
7473
7487
7565
7575
7576
7577
7578
7579
7583
7585
7589
7665
7678
7679
7684
7686
7771
7773
7775
7776
7778
7779
7782
7783
7784
7789
7865
7869
7876
7879
7967
7977
7982
8065
8076
8083
8084
8185
8277
Language
Interlingue
Inupiak
Indonesian
Icelandic
Italian
Hebrew
Japanese
Yiddish
Javanese
Georgian
Kazakh
Greenlandic
Cambodian
Kannada
Korean
Kashmiri
Kurdish
Kirghiz
Latin
Lingala
Laothian
Lithuanian
Latvian, Lettish
Malagasy
Maori
Macedonian
Malayalam
Mongolian
Moldavian
Marathi
Malay
Maltese
Burmese
Nauru
Nepali
Dutch
Norwegian
Occitan
(Afan) Oromo
Oriya
Punjabi
Polish
Pashto, Pushto
Portuguese
Quechua
Rhaeto-Romance
Abbreviation
RN
RO
RU
RW
SA
SD
SG
SH
SI
SK
SL
SM
SN
SO
SQ
SR
SS
ST
SU
SV
SW
TA
TE
TG
TH
TI
TK
TL
TN
TO
TR
TS
TT
TW
UK
UR
UZ
VI
VO
WO
XH
YO
ZH
ZU
Code
8278
8279
8285
8287
8365
8368
8371
8372
8373
8375
8376
8377
8378
8379
8381
8382
8383
8384
8385
8386
8387
8465
8469
8471
8472
8473
8475
8476
8478
8479
8482
8483
8484
8487
8575
8582
8590
8673
8679
8779
8872
8979
9072
9085
Language
Kirundi
Romanian
Russian
Kinyarwanda
Sanskrit
Sindhi
Sangho
Serbo-Croatian
Singhalese
Slovak
Slovenian
Samoan
Shona
Somali
Albanian
Serbian
Siswati
Sesotho
Sundanese
Swedish
Swahili
Tamil
Telugu
Tajik
Thai
Tigrinya
Turkmen
Tagalog
Setswana
Tonga
Turkish
Tsonga
Tatar
Twi
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Volapuk
Wolof
Xhosa
Yoruba
Chinese
Zulu
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List of Country Codes
(For details, see page 111.)
Abbreviation
AD
AE
AF
AG
AI
AL
AM
AN
AO
AQ
AR
AS
AT
AU
AW
AZ
BA
BB
BD
BE
BF
BG
BH
BI
BJ
BM
BN
BO
BR
BS
BT
BV
BW
BY
BZ
CA
CC
CD
Code
6568
6569
6570
6571
6573
6576
6577
6578
6579
6581
6582
6583
6584
6585
6587
6590
6665
6666
6668
6669
6670
6671
6672
6673
6674
6677
6678
6679
6682
6683
6684
6686
6687
6689
6690
6765
6767
6768
CF
CG
CH
CI
CK
CL
CM
CN
CO
CR
CU
CV
CX
CY
CZ
DE
DJ
DK
6770
6771
6772
6773
6775
6776
6777
6778
6779
6782
6785
6786
6788
6789
6790
6869
6874
6875
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Abbreviation
Country
DM
Andorra
DO
United Arab Emirates
DZ
Afghanistan
Antigua and Barbuda
EC
EE
Anguilla
EG
Albania
Armenia
EH
ER
Netherlands Antilles
ES
Angola
Antarctica
ET
FI
Argentina
FJ
American Samoa
Austria
FK
FM
Australia
FO
Aruba
Azerbaijan
FR
GA
Bosnia and Herzegovina
GB
Barbados
Bangladesh
GD
GE
Belgium
GF
Burkina Faso
Bulgaria
GH
GI
Bahrain
GL
Burundi
Benin
GM
GN
Bermuda
GP
Brunei Darussalam
Bolivia
GQ
GR
Brazil
GS
Bahamas
Bhutan
Bouvet Island
GT
Botswana
GU
Belarus
GW
Belize
GY
Canada
HK
Cocos (Keeling) Islands
HM
Congo, the Democratic
Republic of the
HN
Central African Republic
HR
Congo
HT
Switzerland
HU
Cote d’lvoire
ID
Cook Islands
IE
Chile
IL
Cameroon
IN
China
IO
Colombia
IQ
Costa Rica
IR
Cuba
IS
Cape Verde
IT
Christmas Island
JM
Cyprus
JO
Czech Republic
JP
Germany
KE
Djibouti
KG
Denmark
KH
Code
6877
6879
6890
6967
6969
6971
6972
6982
6983
6984
7073
7074
7075
7077
7079
7082
7165
7166
7168
7169
7170
7172
7173
7176
7177
7178
7180
7181
7182
7183
7184
7185
7187
7189
7275
7277
7278
7282
7284
7285
7368
7369
7376
7378
7379
7381
7382
7383
7384
7477
7479
7480
7569
7571
7572
Country
Abbreviation
KI
Dominica
KM
Dominican Republic
KN
Algeria
KP
Ecuador
Estonia
KR
Egypt
KW
Western Sahara
KY
Eritrea
KZ
Spain
LA
Ethiopia
Finland
LB
Fiji
LC
Falkland Islands
Micronesia, Federated States of
LI
Faroe Islands
LK
France
LR
Gabon
LS
United Kingdom
LT
Grenada
LU
Georgia
LV
French Guiana
LY
Ghana
MA
Gibraltar
MC
Greenland
MD
Gambia
MG
Guinea
MH
Guadeloupe
MK
Equatorial Guinea
ML
Greece
MM
South Georgia and the
South Sandwich Islands
MN
MO
Guatemala
MP
Guam
MQ
Guinea-Bissau
MR
Guyana
MS
Hong Kong
MT
Heard Island and
MU
McDonald Islands
MV
Honduras
MW
Croatia
MX
Haiti
MY
Hungary
MZ
Indonesia
NA
Ireland
NC
Israel
NE
India
NF
British Indian Ocean Territory
NG
Iraq
NI
Iran, Islamic Republic of
NL
Iceland
NO
Italy
NP
Jamaica
NR
Jordan
NU
Japan
NZ
Kenya
OM
Kyrgyzstan
PA
Cambodia
Code
7573
7577
7578
7580
Country
Kiribati
Comoros
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Korea, Democratic
People’s Republic of
7582
7587
7589
7590
7665
Korea, Republic of
Kuwait
Cayman Islands
Kazakstan
Lao People’s
Democratic Republic
7666
7667
7673
7675
7682
7683
7684
7685
7686
7689
7765
7767
7768
7771
7772
7775
Lebanon
Saint Lucia
Liechtenstein
Sri Lanka
Liberia
Lesotho
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Latvia
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
Morocco
Monaco
Moldova, Republic of
Madagascar
Marshall Islands
Macedonia, The former
Yugoslav Republic of
Mali
Myanmar
Mongolia
Macau
Northern Mariana Islands
Martinique
Mauritania
Montserrat
Malta
Mauritius
Maldives
Malawi
Mexico
Malaysia
Mozambique
Namibia
New Caledonia
Niger
Norfolk Island
Nigeria
Nicaragua
Netherlands
Norway
Nepal
Nauru
Niue
New Zealand
Oman
Panama
7776
7777
7778
7779
7780
7781
7782
7783
7784
7785
7786
7787
7788
7789
7790
7865
7867
7869
7870
7871
7873
7876
7879
7880
7882
7885
7890
7977
8065
Abbreviation
PE
PF
PG
PH
PK
PL
PM
PN
PR
PT
PW
PY
QA
RE
RO
RU
RW
SA
SB
SC
SD
SE
SG
SH
SI
Code
8069
8070
8071
8072
8075
8076
8077
8078
8082
8084
8087
8089
8165
8269
8279
8285
8287
8365
8366
8367
8368
8369
8371
8372
8373
Country
Abbreviation
Peru
SJ
French Polynesia
SK
Papua New Guinea
SL
Philippines
SM
Pakistan
SN
Poland
SO
SR
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
ST
Pitcairn
SV
Puerto Rico
SY
Portugal
SZ
Palau
TC
Paraguay
TD
Qatar
TF
Reunion
TG
Romania
TH
Russian Federation
TJ
Rwanda
TK
Saudi Arabia
TM
Solomon Islands
TN
Seychelles
TO
Sudan
TP
Sweden
TR
Singapore
TT
Saint Helena
TV
Slovenia
Code
8374
8375
8376
8377
8378
8379
8382
8384
8386
8389
8390
8467
8468
8470
8471
8472
8474
8475
8477
8478
8479
8480
8482
8484
8486
Country
Abbreviation
Svalbard and Jan Mayen
TW
Slovakia
TZ
Sierra Leone
UA
San Marino
UG
Senegal
UM
Somalia
US
Suriname
UY
Sao Tome and Principe
UZ
El Salvador
VA
Syrian Arab Republic
VC
Swaziland
Turks and Caicos Islands
VE
Chad
VG
French Southern Territories
VI
Togo
VN
Thailand
VU
Tajikistan
WF
Tokelau
WS
Turkmenistan
YE
Tunisia
YT
Tonga
YU
East Timor
ZA
Turkey
ZM
Trinidad and Tobago
ZW
Tuvalu
Code
8487
8490
8565
8571
8577
8583
8589
8590
8665
8667
8669
8671
8673
8678
8685
8770
8783
8969
8984
8985
9065
9077
9087
Country
Taiwan, Province of China
Tanzania, United Republic of
Ukraine
Uganda
United States Minor
Outlying Islands
United States
Uruguay
Uzbekistan
Holy See (Vatican City State)
Saint Vincent and the
Grenadines
Venezuela
Virgin Island, British
Virgin Islands, U.S
Viet Nam
Vanuatu
Wallis and Futuna
Samoa
Yemen
Mayotte
Yugoslavia
South Africa
Zambia
Zimbabwe
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In Case of Difficulty
If you encounter a problem, please review the items in the following checklist. This guide will help you isolate the problem if the unit is at fault.
Otherwise, make sure the rest of your system is properly connected, or consult your authorized Alpine dealer.
System
Symptom
No operation
No function or display
No sound or unnatural sound.
Screen not displayed.
Cause
Solution
Blown fuse.
Replace with a fuse of the prescribed rating.
Ambient temperature over 50°C
Lower the temperature in the vehicle below 50°C, for
example by running for a while with the window open or
by using the air conditioner.
Moisture condensation
Allow enough time for the condensation to evaporate
(about 1 hour).
Vehicle’s ignition is off.
If connected according to the instructions, the unit will
not operate with the vehicle’s ignition off.
Improper power lead connections.
Check power lead connections. (See page 140.)
Internal micro-computer malfunctioned due to
interference noise, etc.
Press the RESET switch with a ballpoint pen or other
pointed article. (See page 17.)
Screen off mode is activated.
Cancel Screen off mode. (See page 22.)
Incorrect setting of volume/balance/fader
controls.
Readjust the controls. (See pages 18, 116.)
Connections are not properly or securely made.
Check the connections and firmly connect. (See
page 140.)
Brightness/Contrast control is set to the
minimum position.
Adjust the Brightness/Contrast control. (See page 118.)
Temperature in the vehicle is too low.
Increase the vehicle’s interior temperature to operation
temperature range.
The mode is different from the desired source.
Touch the desired source to change the mode. (See
page 56.)
The Parking Brake Lead is not connected.
Connect the Parking Brake Lead, then engage the
Parking Brake. (See page 140.)
The Parking Brake is not engaged.
There is no image or sound.
AV Off mode is active.
Deactivate the AV Off mode. (See page 56.)
Cable connection is incomplete.
Complete connection. (See page 140.)
Movement of displayed picture is
abnormal.
Temperature in the vehicle is too high.
Allow the vehicle’s interior temperature to cool.
Unable to operate because the
touch panel switchs are grayed
out.
Parking Brake Lead is not connected.
Refer to “Connections”, and then connect the Lead
properly. (See page 140.)
Touch panel switches are not operational.
Park your vehicle in a safe place and apply the parking
brake lever. Some functions may not be operational
depending on the situation and setting.
The disc is dirty.
Clean the disc.
The pickup lens is dirty.
Do not use a commercial available lens cleaner disc.
Consult your nearest ALPINE dealer.
Ambient temperature over 50°C.
Lower the temperature in the vehicle below 50°C, for
example by running for a while with the window open or
by using the air conditioner.
Cannot read disc is displayed for a
certain operation.
Unable to save data.
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Navigation
Symptom
Cause
Solution
The present vehicle position
cannot be measured correctly.
The vehicle position changed after the ignition
was switched off.
• Movement on a ferry boat
• Rotation of a parking lot turntable
• Movement by tow truck
Drive the vehicle in an area of good GPS reception to
allow the unit to recalibrate it self.
Vehicle position is displayed
incorrectly on the screen.
Poor satellite configuration.
Move to a location where GPS satellite reception is
easy.
Measurement is 2 dimensional.
The Speed Sensor Lead is not connected
properly.
Connect it properly. (See page 140.)
The sound guide is not outptting.
The sound guide is set to “Off”.
Turn up the volume. (See page 92.)
The sound guide is too loud/low.
The guide sound is not adjusted.
Adjust the volume. (See page 92.)
The Vehicle position icon is not
displayed. Or, The map is not
scrolled after starting to drive.
A map other than the Current Vehicle Position
Map is set.
Press <NAV> to display the Current Vehicle Position
Map. (See page 24.)
Unable to display a map less than
200 m (200 yards) scale.
The map data on the SD card is corrupted.
Consult your nearest Alpine dealer.
Audio/Visual
Symptom
Cause
Solution
Unable to receive stations.
No antenna, or open connection in the antenna
cable.
Make sure the antenna is properly connected; replace
the antenna or cable if necessary.
Unable to tune stations in the seek
mode.
You are in a weak signal area.
Make sure the tuner is in DX mode.
If the area you are in is a primary signal area,
the antenna may not be grounded and
connected properly.
Check your antenna connections; make sure the
antenna is properly grounded at its mounting location.
The antenna may not be the proper length.
Make sure the antenna is fully extended; if broken,
replace the antenna with a new one.
The antenna is not the proper length.
Extend the antenna fully; replace it if it is broken.
The antenna is poorly grounded.
Make sure the antenna is grounded properly at its
mounting location.
The station signal is weak and noisy.
If above solution does not work, tune in another station.
Disc playback sound is wavering.
Moisture condensation in the disc Module.
Allow enough time for the condensation to evaporate
(about 1hour).
Disc insertion not possible.
A disc is already in the DVD player.
Eject the disc and remove it.
Broadcast is noisy.
Take out the currently inserted disc, and then insert a
new disc. (See page 18.)
The disc is being improperly inserted.
Insert the disc correctly. (See page 18.)
Unable to fast forward or backward
the disc.
The disc has been damaged.
Eject the disc and discard it; using a damaged disc in
your unit can cause damage to the mechanism.
Disc playback sound skips due to
vibration.
Improper mounting of the unit.
Securely re-mount the unit.
Disc is very dirty.
Clean the disc.
Disc has scratches.
Change the disc.
The pickup lens is dirty.
Do not use a commercial available lens cleaner disc.
Consult your nearest ALPINE dealer.
Disc playback sound skips without
vibration.
Dirty or scratched disc.
Clean the disc; damaged disc should be replaced.
CD-R/CD-RW/DVD-R/DVD-RW/
DVD+R/DVD+RW playback not
possible.
Close session (finalisation) has not been
performed.
Perform finalisation and attempt playback again.
Error displays.
Mechanical error.
Press
. After the Error disappears, insert the disc
again. If the abovementioned solution does not solve
the problem, consult your nearest Alpine dealer.
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Symptom
Cause
Solution
MP3/WMA/AAC is not played
back.
Writing error occurred. The CD format is not
compatible.
Make sure the CD has been written in a supported
format. Refer to “About MP3/WMA/AAC” (pages 63 and
64), then rewrite in the format supported by this device.
Unit does not operate.
Condensation.
Wait a while (about 1 hour) for the condensation to dry.
Playback does not start.
Disc is loaded upside-down.
Check the disc and load it with the labeled side facing
upward.
Disc is dirty.
Clean the disc.
A disc not able to play back with this unit is
loaded.
Check if the disc is able to be played back.
Parental lock is set.
Cancel the parental lock or change the rating level. (See
page 112.)
Disc is being fast-forwarded or fast-reversed.
The picture may be slightly disturbed, but this is normal.
Vehicle’s battery power is weak.
Check the battery power and wiring. (The unit may
malfunction if the battery power is under 11volts with a
load applied.)
Image stops sometimes.
Disc is scratched.
Replaced with a non-scratched disc.
Unable to input the passcode in
the DVD setup screen./Unable to
remember the passcode.
The passcode is different.
Restore the DVD Setup to the default setting, then erase
the memorized passcode. (See page 113.)
iPod/iPhone is not played back.
Sound of iPod/iPhone is not
output.
The iPod/iPhone is not recognized.
Reset the iPod/iPhone. For details about resetting iPod/
iPhone, refer to the User’s Guide of the iPod/iPhone.
Picture is unclear or noisy.
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If this Message Appears
Various messages are displayed on the screen during operation. In addition to the messages telling you the current status or providing guidance for the
next operation, there are also the following error messages. If one of these error messages is displayed, carefully follow the instructions in the solution
column.
System
Message
Cause
Solution
No operation while driving - for your safety
A menu selection operation was carried out
while the vehicle was running.
Move the vehicle to a safe location, stop, and
engage the parking brake, then carry out this
operation.
Unable to read Disc.
• A disc that this system cannot read has been
loaded.
• The disc is dirty or upside down.
• The disc cannot be read because of
condensation.
Take out the disc, check if it is upside down,
clean it if necessary, then reinsert it.
Take out the disc, allow enough time for the
condensation to evaporate (about 1 hour), then
reinsert the disc.
Screen display swtiches itself off temporarily
as protection against damage through high
temperature.
It switches on again as soon as the
temperature returns to normal.
The temperature in vehicle is too high.
Allow the vehicle’s interior temperature to cool.
Cannot read Disc. Further operation could
limit Navigation system performance.
Please wait until the temperature returns to
normal.
The temperature in vehicle is too high.
Lower the temperature at normal temperature.
Cannot read SD Card. Further operation
could limit Navigation system performance.
Please wait until the temperature returns to
normal.
• The temperature in vehicle is too high.
• The temperature in vehicle is too low.
• Allow the vehicle’s interior temperature to
cool.
• Turn up the heat at normal temperature.
Cannot locate SD Card, please check the
card.
• The SD card is malfunction.
• The unit does not support the SD card.
• An SD card is not inserted.
• Consult your nearest ALPINE dealer.
• Use the SD card supplied with this system.
• Insert the SD card.
SD Card is writing-protected, please check
the card.
The SD Card is write-protected.
Release the write-protected of SD Card.
Cannot eject Disc.
Mechanism error.
Press
Communication error to DVD drive.
System will be reset.
An access error to DVD drive occurred for
some reasons.
The unit is rebooted automatically.
USB error.
Switching On/Off engine will make a restart.
Abnormal current is run to the USB connector
device (an error message may be displayed if
the USB device that is not compatible with the
unit is connected).
USB memory is a malfunction or it is shorted.
• Restart the engine.
• Connect another USB memory.
Cannot access DVD drive.
Please ask Service Centre for help.
An access error to DVD drive occurred for
some reasons.
Please ask Service Centre for help.
Cannot recognise SD card. Please ask
Service Centre for help.
An access error to SD card occurred for some
reasons.
Please ask Service Centre for help.
System error.
Resetting the system.
A file system error occured on the SD card for
some reason.
The unit is rebooted automatically.
Adjustment could not be completed.
Adjustment of the touch panel failed for some
reason.
Perform the touch panel adjusting operation
again. (See page 96.)
Unable to complete download.
The connected mobile phone does not support
transfer of its phone book.
Connect the mobile phone that supports
transferring the phone book, then transfer
again. (See page 85.)
button for 10 seconds or more.
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Message
Could not complete synchronising of phone
book.
Cause
The connected mobile phone does not support
synchronising of its phone book.
Solution
Connect the mobile phone that supports
synchronising the phone book, then
synchronise again. (See page 85.)
Unable to complete peripheral Device search. There is no mobile phone with Bluetooth
setting activated near the system.
Check the Bluetooth setting of the Bluetooth
mobile phone that you want to connect to the
system.
Could not delete.
Deletion of the device list failed for some
reason.
Perform the device list delete operation again.
(See page 82.)
Could not find Device name.
• The connected mobile phone does not
support acquisition of the device name.
• The mobile phone is set not to announce the
device name to another device.
• Device names of mobile phones are
displayed only with mobile phones that
support acquisition.
• Check the setting of the connected mobile
phone.
Could not complete connecting.
• The passcode entered using the mobile
phone is wrong.
• Passcode entry session has timed out.
• Enter the correct passcode to make the
connection again.
• Enter the passcode using the mobile phone
before timeout.
Could not disconnect.
Clearing of the connection failed for some
reason.
Perform the disconnecting operation again.
(See page 81.)
Navigation
Message
Cause
Solution
Could not complete updating.
Please check USB memory.
• The USB memory does not have POI
warning date.
• The USB memory is malfunction.
• Store the POI warning data in the USB
memory.
• Connect another USB memory.
Could not finish custom POI data updating.
Please check custom POI data on USB
memory.
• The USB memory does not have POI custom
date.
• The USB memory is malfunction.
• Store the POI custom data in the USB
memory.
• Connect another USB memory.
Activation code is not correct.
The TMC authentication is wrong.
Input the correct authentication code.
Copying custom POI data could not be
completed.
Please check the USB memory.
The USB memory is malfunction.
Connect another USB memory.
Copying Tracking points into USB memory
could not be completed. Please check the
USB memory.
The USB memory is malfunction.
Connect another USB memory.
Navigation system cannot start.
Please insert SD Card.
SD card with navigation data stored is not
inserted.
Insert SD Card with navigation data stored.
Cannot register.
Address book entry is full.
Delete unnecessary data. (See page 50.)
Cannot display icons of TMC information
within this scale.
The map was changed to 50 km or more large
scale, while the icons of TMC information are
on.
Change the map to a detailed map of 20 km or
less scale.
This street not found in this city.
The input address does not exist.
Perform a search using a different address.
No intersection found.
The input intersection does not exist.
Perform a search using a different Intersection.
No POI found.
Please select another category.
There is no facility that corresponds to the
input POI.
Perform a search using a different category.
No POI found in DB.
There is no facility that corresponds to the
input POI.
Perform a search using another POI or city
name.
POI not found.
There is no facility that corresponds to the
input POI.
Perform a search using another POI or
different nearby POI.
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Message
Cause
Solution
Route search failure.
Calculation of the route failed, because it is too
far from the destination.
Set a shorter distance to the destination.
Unable to calculate the final part of your route,
as there are no roads on the database close
to your destination.
Set your destination closer to a road on the
map.
Search of the destination failed, because there
are no roads on the database close to your
destination.
Set the destination closer to a road on the
map.
Unable to calculate the start of your route, as
there are no roads on the database close to
your vehicle position.
Drive to the nearest road.
Search of the destination failed, because there
are no roads on the database close to your
vehicle position.
Set the destination after commencing driving.
Audio/Visual
Message
Cause
Solution
Communication error to DVD mechanisum.
An access error to DVD drive occurred for
some reasons.
Please ask Service Centre for help.
You are not permitted to play these contents
in this region.
Please check Disc.
Disc does not match regional code number.
Load a disc that matches the regional code
number.
Error between communication with iPod.
Communication error.
• Disconnect iPod/iPhone from the unit, and
then reconnect it.
• Turn the ignition key off, and then set to ON
again.
• Check the display by reconnecting between
the iPod/iPhone and this unit, using the iPod
cable.
Playing back a DRM protected DivX® File
Some operations cannot be performed while displaying the following message.
Message
Cause
Authorization Error
The version of the DRM protected DivX® File is
This player is not authorized to play this video. not supported by this unit.
Rental Expired
There is a rental file in the DivX® that is set to
audio/visual times. If audio/visual time is
counted as 0, this message is appears. After
the message has been displayed, the
beginning of the next file will automatically be
played back.
Solution
Play the supported DivX® File.
–
View DivX® VOD Rental
This rental has [XX] views left.
Do you want to use one of your [XX] views
now?
If audio/visual times still remain, the remaining
number of playback times is displayed.
To play back, select [Yes]. If the next file is to
be played back, select [No].
Do you wish to stop playing rental file?
While playing back a rental file, “Do you wish to
stop playing rental file?” is displayed when the
following operations are performed, and the
rental file playback is interrupted (audio/visual
times are reduced by 1).
• Folder Up/Down
• STOP
• Search operation
• Move to the first/last DivX® file by Chapter
Up/Down
To interrupt the playback, select [Yes], or select
[No] to not be interrupted.
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* Frequency response may differ depending on the encoder
software/bit rate.
Specifications
CD/DVD SECTION
NAVIGATION SECTION
Reception frequency
Reception sensitivity
1575.42 ±1 MHz
-130 dB max.
GPS ANTENNA SECTION
GPS Antenna type
GPS Reception frequency
GPS Reception sensitivity
GPS Reception method
External dimensions
Width
Height
Depth
Micro-strip planar aerial
1575.42 ±1 MHz
-130 dB max.
Parallel 12 channels
26 mm (1")
12.9 mm (1/2")
26 mm (1")
MONITOR SECTION
FM TUNER SECTION
87.5 – 108.0 MHz
13.5 dBf (0.8 µV/75 ohms)
13.5 dBf (1.3 µV/75 ohms)
80 dB
65 dB
35 dB
2.0 dB
File System
MP3 Decoding
WMA Decoding
AAC Decoding
Number of Channels
Frequency Response*
Total Harmonic Distortion
Dynamic Range
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Channel Separation
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GENERAL
Power Requirement
Operating temperature
Maximum Power Output
Output Voltage
Bass
Treble
Weight
Audio output level
Preout (Front, Rear):
Preout (Subwoofer):
AUX OUT:
14.4 V DC
(11–16 V allowable)
-4°F to +140°F
(-20°C to + 60°C)
50 W × 4
2,000 mV/10k ohms
±14 dB at 60 Hz
±14 dB at 10 kHz
2.3 kg (5 lbs. 1–1/8 oz)
2V/10k ohms (max.)
2V/10k ohms (max.)
1.2V/10k ohms
Width
Height
Depth
153 – 281 kHz
31.6 µV/30 dB
• Due to continuous product improvement, specifications and design
are subject to change without notice.
• The LCD panel is manufactured using an extremely high precision
manufacturing technology. Its effective pixel ratio is over 99.99%.
This means that there is a possibility that 0.01% of the pixels could
be either always ON or OFF.
USB SECTION
USB requirements
Max. Power Consumption
USB Class
DVD: 666 nm
CD: 785 nm
CLASS II
531 – 1,602 kHz
22.5 µV/27 dBf
LW TUNER SECTION
Tuning Range
Sensitivity (IEC Standard)
Wave length
CHASSIS SIZE
MW TUNER SECTION
Tuning Range
Usable Sensitivity
5 – 20,000 Hz
Below measurable limits
0.02% (at 1 kHz)
95 dB (at 1 kHz)
85 dB (at 1 kHz)
NTSC/PAL
500 lines or greater
1Vp-p (75 ohms)
DVD: 60 dB
More than 105 dB
PICKUP
Laser power
Screen Size
6.1"
LCD Type
Transparent type TN LCD
Operation System
TFT active matrix
Number of Picture Elements 336,960 pcs. (480 × 3 × 234)
Effective Number of Picture Elements
99% or more
Illumination System
LED
Tuning Range
Mono Usable Sensitivity
50 dB Quieting Sensitivity
Alternate Channel Selectivity
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
Stereo Separation
Capture Ratio
Frequency Response
Wow & Flutter (% WRMS)
Total Harmonic Distortion
Dynamic Range
Channel Separation
Signal system
Horizontal resolution
Video output level
Video S/N ratio
Audio S/N ratio
USB 1.1/2.0
1,000 mA
USB (Play From Device)/
USB (Mass Storage Class)
FAT12/16/32
MPEG-1/2 AUDIO Layer-3
Windows Media™ Audio
AAC-LC format “.m4a” file
2-Channel (Stereo)
5-20,000 Hz (±1 dB)
0.02% (at 1 kHz)
95 dB (at 1 kHz)
95 dB
85 dB (at 1 kHz)
178 mm (7")
100 mm (3-15/16")
160 mm (6-1/4")
CAUTION
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
(Bottom side of player)
CAUTION-Laser radiation when open, DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM
(Bottom side of player)
• This product incorporates copyright protection
technology that is protected by U.S. patents and other
intellectual property rights. Use of this copyright
protection technology must be authorized by
Macrovision, and is intended for home and other
limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized
by Macrovision. Reverse engineering or disassembly
is prohibited.
• Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories.
• Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent #:
5,451,942 & other U.S. and worldwide patents issued &
pending. DTS and the Symbol are registered
trademarks and DTS Digital Out and the DTS logos are
trademarks of DTS, Inc. Product includes software.
© DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
• iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S.
and other countries.
iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the
U.S. and other countries.
• “Made for iPod” means that an electronic accessory
has been designed to connect specifically to iPod and
has been certified by the developer to meet Apple
performance standards.
• “Works with iPhone” means that an electronic
accessory has been designed to connect specifically
to iPhone and has been certified by the developer to
meet Apple performance standards.
• Apple is not responsible for the operation of this
device or its compliance with safety and regulatory
standards.
• Windows Media, and the Windows logo are
trademarks, or registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other
countries.
• DivX Certified to play DivX video
DivX, DivX Certified, and associated logos are
trademarks of DivX, Inc. and are used under license
• The BLUETOOTH word mark and logos are registered
trademarks owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any
use of such marks by Alpine Electronics, Inc. is under
license.
• “MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology licensed
from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson.”
• “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. revenue-generation) real time
broadcasting (terrestrial, satellite, cable and/or any
other media), broadcasting/streaming via internet,
intranets and/or other networks or in other electronic
content distribution systems, such as pay-audio or
audio-on-demand applications. An independent
license for such use is required. For details, please
visit http://www.mp3licensing.com”
© 1993-2009 NAVTEQ. All rights reserved.
Portions ©2010, Microsoft Corporation. All Rights
Reserved.
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END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT
(Microsoft)
ADDITIONAL SOFTWARE/SERVICES.
IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THIS END USER LICENSE
AGREEMENT (“EULA”), DO NOT USE THE DEVICE OR COPY
THE SOFTWARE INSTEAD, PROMPTLY CONTACT ALPINE FOR
INSTRUCTIONS ON RETURN OF THE UNUSED DEVICE(S) FOR
A REFUND. ANY USE OF THE SOFTWARE, INCLUDING BUT
NOT LIMITED TO USE ON THE DEVICE, WILL CONSTITUTE
YOUR AGREEMENT TO THIS EULA (OR RATIFICATION OF ANY
PREVIOUS CONSENT).
The SOFTWARE may permit ALPINE, MS, Microsoft Corporation
or their affiliates to provide or make available to you SOFTWARE
updates, supplements, add-on components, or Internet – base
service components of the SOFTWARE after the date you obtain
your initial copy of the SOFTWARE (“Supplemental
Components”).
• If ALPINE provides or makes available to you Supplemental
Components and no other EULA terms are provided along
with the Supplemental Components, then the terms of this
EULA shall apply.
• If MS, Microsoft Corporation or their affiliates make available
Supplemental Components, and no other EULA terms are
provided, then the terms of this EULA shall apply, except that
MS, Microsoft Corporation or affiliate entity providing the
Supplemental Component(s) shall be licensor of the
Supplemental Component(s).
• ALPINE, MS, Microsoft Corporation and their affiliates reserve
the right to discontinue any Internet-based services provided
to you or made available to you through the use of the
SOFTWARE.
GRANT OF SOFTWARE LICENSE,
RECOVERY MEDIA.
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Installation and Connections
Before installing or connecting the unit, please read the
following and pages 1 to 6 of this manual thoroughly for
proper use.
Caution
HAVE THE WIRING AND INSTALLATION DONE BY EXPERTS.
Warning
MAKE THE CORRECT CONNECTIONS.
The wiring and installation of this unit requires special technical
skill and experience. To ensure safety, always contact the dealer
where you purchased this product to have the work done.
Failure to make the proper connections may result in fire or product
damage.
USE SPECIFIED ACCESSORY PARTS AND INSTALL THEM
SECURELY.
USE ONLY IN CARS WITH A 12 VOLT NEGATIVE GROUND.
Be sure to use only the specified accessory parts. Use of other than
designated parts may damage this unit internally, or may not
securely install the unit in place. This may cause parts to become
loose resulting in hazards or product failure.
(Check with your dealer if you are not sure.) Failure to do so may
result in fire, etc.
BEFORE WIRING, DISCONNECT THE CABLE FROM THE
NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL.
Failure to do so may result in electric shock or injury due to
electrical shorts.
DO NOT ALLOW CABLES TO BECOME ENTANGLED IN
SURROUNDING OBJECTS.
Arrange wiring and cables in compliance with the manual to
prevent obstructions when driving. Cables or wiring that obstruct or
hang up on places such as the steering wheel, shift lever, brake
pedals, etc. can be extremely hazardous.
DO NOT SPLICE INTO ELECTRICAL CABLES.
Never cut away cable insulation to supply power to other
equipment. Doing so will exceed the current carrying capacity of
the wire and result in fire or electric shock.
DO NOT DAMAGE PIPE OR WIRING WHEN DRILLING
HOLES.
When drilling holes in the chassis for installation, take precautions
so as not to contact, damage or obstruct pipes, fuel lines, tanks or
electrical wiring. Failure to take such precautions may result in fire.
DO NOT USE BOLTS OR NUTS IN THE BRAKE OR STEERING
SYSTEMS TO MAKE GROUND CONNECTIONS.
Bolts or nuts used for the brake or steering systems (or any other
safety-related system), or tanks should NEVER be used for
installations or ground connections. Using such parts could disable
control of the vehicle and cause fire, etc.
KEEP SMALL OBJECTS SUCH AS BOLTS OR SCREWS OUT
OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.
Swallowing them may result in serious injury. If swallowed,
consult a physician immediately.
DO NOT INSTALL IN LOCATIONS WHICH MIGHT HINDER
VEHICLE OPERATION, SUCH AS THE STEERING WHEEL OR
SHIFT LEVER.
Doing so may obstruct forward vision or hamper movement etc.,
and results in serious accident.
IMPORTANT
Please record the serial number of your unit in the space provided
below and keep it as a permanent record. The serial number plate is
located on the bottom of the unit.
ARRANGE THE WIRING SO IT IS NOT CRIMPED OR
PINCHED BY A SHARP METAL EDGE.
Route the cables and wiring away from moving parts (like the seat
rails) or sharp or pointed edges. This will prevent crimping and
damage to the wiring. If wiring passes through a hole in metal, use
a rubber grommet to prevent the wire’s insulation from being cut by
the metal edge of the hole.
DO NOT INSTALL IN LOCATIONS WITH HIGH MOISTURE OR
DUST.
Avoid installing the unit in locations with high incidence of
moisture or dust. Moisture or dust that penetrates into this unit may
result in product failure.
Precautions
• Be sure to disconnect the cable from the (–) battery post before
installing your INE-S900R. This will reduce any chance of
damage to the unit in case of a short-circuit.
• Be sure to connect the colour coded leads according to the
diagram. Incorrect connections may cause the unit to
malfunction or damage to the vehicle’s electrical system.
• When making connections to the vehicle’s electrical system, be
aware of the factory installed components (e.g. on-board
computer). Do not tap into these leads to provide power for this
unit. When connecting the INE-S900R to the fuse box, make
sure the fuse for the intended circuit of the INE-S900R has the
appropriate amperage. Failure to do so may result in damage to
the unit and/or the vehicle. When in doubt, consult your Alpine
dealer.
• The INE-S900R uses female RCA-type jacks for connection to
other units (e.g., an amplifier) having RCA connectors. You may
need an adaptor to connect certain units. If so, please contact
your authorized Alpine dealer for assistance.
• Be sure to connect the speaker (–) leads to the speaker (–)
terminals. Never connect left and right channel speaker cables to
each other or to the vehicle body.
• The display must be completely retracted in the casing when
installing. If it is not, problems may occur.
• When installing in automobiles, make sure the display can open/
close without coming in contact with the shift lever.
SERIAL NUMBER:
INSTALLATION DATE:
INSTALLATION TECHNICIAN:
PLACE OF PURCHASE:
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Installation
×6
×2
Hex bolt
CAUTION
Do not block the unit’s fan or heat sink, thus preventing air
circulation. If blocked, heat will accumulate inside the unit and may
cause a fire. Alpine accepts no responsibility for lost data, etc., even
if data, etc., is lost while using this product.
Flush head screw
×8
Screw
2
Air ventilation hole
Rear of the Unit
Bracket key
Mount the GPS Antenna on the roof.
Clean dust and oil at the mounting location and mount the
GPS Antenna.
GPS Antenna
• The magnet of the GPS Antenna is very strong. Proceed
cautiously to prevent any damage to the vehicle’s body.
Keep the magnet away from articles susceptible to magnetic
fields such as credit cards, watches, etc.
• Do not paint the antenna. Reception sensitivity may be
decreased.
Angle of installation
Install at an angle of between horizontal and 40°. Note that installing at
an angle outside of this range will result in a loss of performance and
possibly damage.
Mounting the GPS Antenna inside the vehicle.
1 Clean the mounting location.
2 Put on the GPS Antenna mounting plate.
3 Mount the GPS Antenna.
0 -40°
GPS Antenna
1
Check accessory parts.
Antenna mounting plate
GPS Antenna (5 m) Waterproof pad
(for GPS antenna)
Antenna mounting
plate
• Mount the GPS Antenna on a flat plane of the dash board or
rear tray.
• Some thermal reflection type or thermal absorption type glass
may interrupt high frequency waves. If reception is poor with
the antenna installed inside the car, try to mount the antenna
outside the car.
• Make sure the GPS Antenna is not covered (obstructed) by any
metallic surface or object.
×5
Cable clamp
(for GPS antenna)
Microphone (3.5m) Power cable
3
AUX/PRE OUT
connector cable
External Interface
connector cable
USB cable
Routing the GPS Antenna cable.
1 Route the cable using the provided cable clamps to take
up the cable’s slack.
2 Use the waterproof pad when running the cable under
one of the vehicle’s rubber gaskets.
3 Attach the cable at several points using the remaining
cable clamps.
Waterproof pad
Face plate
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Mounting sleeve
Rubber cap
Cable clamp
4
6
Mounting the Microphone.
For safe use, make sure of the following:
• location is stable and firm.
• driver’s view and operations are not obstructed.
• microphone is located where the driver’s voice can be easily
picked up (near the sun visor, etc.).
When you speak into the microphone, you should not have
to change your driving posture. This may cause a
distraction, taking your attention away from safely driving
your vehicle. Carefully consider direction and distance while
mounting the microphone. Confirm that the driver’s voice
can be easily picked up at the selected location.
When your vehicle has the Bracket, mount the long
hex bolt onto the rear panel of the INE-S900R and
put the Rubber Cap on the hex bolt. If your vehicle
does not have the Mounting Support, reinforce the
head unit with the metal mounting strap (not
supplied). Secure the ground lead of the unit to a
clean metal spot using a screw (*1) already attached
to the vehicle’s chassis. Connect all the leads of the
INE-S900R according to details described in the
CONNECTION section.
Screw
Hex Nut (M5)
*2
Microphone
Metal
Mounting
Strap
Cable clamp
(Sold separately)
Bolt Stud
*1
Ground Lead
This unit
Chassis
5
Remove the mounting sleeve from the main unit (see
“Removal” on page 137).
Slide the mounting sleeve into the dashboard and fix
it with the metal shackles.
Mounting Sleeve
(Included)
Bracket
Dashboard
Rubber Cap (Included)
This unit
7
Slide the INE-S900R into the dashboard until it
clicks. This ensures that the unit is properly locked
and will not accidentally come out from the
dashboard.
Removal
1 Insert the bracket keys into the unit, along the guides on
either side. The unit can now be removed from the
mounting sleeve.
This unit
Pressure
Plates*1
• For the screw marked “*2”, use an appropriate screw for the chosen
mounting location.
Hex Bolt
(Included)
Bracket keys
(Included)
Face Plate*2 (Included)
*1 If the installed mounting sleeve is loose in the dashboard, the
pressure plates may be bent slightly to remedy the problem.
*2 The supplied face plate may be mounted.
2 Pull the unit out, keeping it unlocked as you do so.
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iPod/iPhone Connection (sold separately)
Connect USB cable to an iPod/iPhone with KCU-451iV.
Note
The SD memory card is inserted into the left side of the system.
Usually, you do not need to take the SD memory card out. To take it
out, follow the instructions below.
USB cable
1
Remove the cover of the SD memory card slot.
The screw is removed
KCU-451iV
Remove the iPod/iPhone
Remove the iPod/iPhone from KCU-451iV.
2
Push the SD memory card which is inserted.
The SD memory card is pushed out.
• If sound is not output, or the iPod/iPhone is not recognized when the
iPod/iPhone is connected, remove the iPod/iPhone once, then
connect it again, or reset the iPod/iPhone.
• Before connecting the iPod/iPhone to this unit, set the EQ function of
iPod/iPhone to OFF.
• Do not leave the iPod/iPhone in a vehicle for a long time. Heat and
humidity may damage the iPod/iPhone and it may become unusable.
USB memory Connection (sold separately)
Connect the USB memory
Connect the USB memory to USB cable.
USB cable
USB memory
Remove USB memory
Pull out the USB memory squarely from the USB cable.
USB cable
USB memory
• When removing the USB memory, pull it out straight.
• If sound is not output or the USB memory is not recognized, even
when USB memory is connected, remove the USB memory once, then
connect it again.
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CAUTIONS
• Do not insert the SD memory card into another
device such as a computer. Doing so may cause
data corruption.
• Do not remove the SD memory card while INES900R is being operated.
Connection Diagram of SPST Switch (Sold Separately)
(If the ACC power supply is not available)
ACC
(Red)
INE-S900R
SPST SW (Optional)
FUSE (5A)
(Optional)
BATTERY
(Yellow)
Battery
• If your vehicle has no ACC power supply, add an SPST (Single-Pole, Single-Throw) switch (sold separately) and fuse (Sold Separately).
• The diagram and the fuse amperage shown above are in the case when INE-S900R is used individually.
• If the switched power (ignition) lead of the INE-S900R is connected directly to the positive (+) post of the vehicle’s battery, the
INE-S900R draws some current (several hundred milliamperes) even when its switch is placed in the OFF position and the battery may be
discharged.
To prevent external noise from entering the audio system.
Locate the unit and route the leads at least 10 cm away from the car harness.
Keep the battery power leads as far away from other leads as possible.
Connect the ground lead securely to a bare metal spot (remove any paint, dirt or grease if necessary) of the car chassis.
If you add an optional noise suppressor, connect it as far away from the unit as possible. Your Alpine dealer carries various
noise suppressors, contact them for further information.
• Your Alpine dealer knows best about noise prevention measures so consult your dealer for further information.
•
•
•
•
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Connections
(Yellow)
(Red)
(White)
(Yellow)
(Red)
(White)
To Video Input terminal
To Audio Input terminals (R, L)
To Video Output terminal
To Audio Output terminals (R, L)
Rear Left
Amplifier
Rear Right
Front Left
Amplifier
Front Right
Amplifier
Subwoofers
To Rear camera
GPS Antenna
(Orange/White)
REVERS
(Yellow/Blue)
PARKING BRAKE
(Green/White)
SPEED SENSOR
To plus side of the back lamp signal lead of the car
To the parking brake signal lead
To the vehicle speed pulse line
ILLM
To the instrument cluster illumination lead
(Orange)
(Red)
ACC
To power antenna
(Black) GND
Ignition key
POWER ANT
(Blue)
BATTERY
(Yellow)
Battery
(Green)
(Green/Black)
(White)
(White/Black)
(Grey/Black)
(Grey)
(Violet/Black)
Rear Left
Front left
Speakers
Front right
Rear right
(Violet)
(White/Brown)
REMOTE OUT
To remote input lead
(Pink/Black)
IN-INT
(Blue/White)
REMO
To external unit
To amplifier
(Black)
S-CONTROL IN
(Black)
MIC IN
To steering remote control interface box
To Microphone
JASO Antenna Plug
To Vehicle Display Interface
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Antenna
ISO Antenna Plug
1 GPS Antenna Receptacle
To GPS Antenna.
2 USB Connector
To USB Memory or iPod/iPhone.
3 Power Supply Connector
4 AUX/PRE OUT Connector
5 External Interface Connector
6 iPod VIDEO Input Connector
Connect this to KCU-451iV.
7 Antenna Receptacle
8 Vehicle Display Interface Connector
Outputs Vehicle Display Interface control signals. Connect
this to the optional Vehicle Display Interface box.
For details about connections, consult your nearest Alpine
dealer.
9 Video Output Connector (AUX OUTPUT) (Yellow)
Output the video.
0 Audio Output Connectors (AUX OUTPUT)
RED is right and WHITE is left output the audio.
! Video Input Connector (AUX INPUT) (Yellow)
Input the video.
@ Audio Input Connectors (AUX INPUT)
RED is right and WHITE is left input the audio.
# Rear Output RCA Connectors
It can be used as Rear Output RCA Connectors.
$ Front Output RCA Connectors
It can be used as Front Output RCA Connectors.
% Subwoofer RCA Connector (Left) (White)
Outputs the subwoofer signal.
^ Subwoofer RCA Connector (Right) (Red)
Outputs the subwoofer signal.
& CAMERA Input Connector
Use when connecting an optional rear camera (HCEC107D).
* RCA Extension Cable (Sold Separately)
( Reverse Lead (Orange/White)
Connect to the plus side of the car’s reverse lamp. This
lamp illuminates when the transmission is shifted into
reverse (R).
With this lead properly wired, the video picture
automatically switches to the rear camera whenever the car
is put into reverse (R).
) Parking Brake Lead (Yellow/Blue)
Connect this lead to the power supply side of the parking
brake switch to transmit the parking brake status signals to
the INE-S900R.
- Speed Sensor Lead (Green/White)
w Switched Power Lead (Ignition) (Red)
Connect this lead to an open terminal on the vehicle’s fuse
box or another unused power source which provides (+)
12V only when the ignition is turned on or in the accessory
position.
e Ground Lead (Black)
Connect this lead to a good chassis ground on the vehicle.
Make sure the connection is made to bare metal and is
securely fastened using the sheet metal screw provided.
r Power Antenna Lead (Blue)
Connect this lead to the +B terminal of your power antenna,
if applicable.
• This lead should be used only for controlling the vehicle’s power
antenna. Do not use this lead to turn on an amplifier or a signal
processor, etc.
! Battery Lead (Yellow)
Connect this lead to the positive (+) post of the vehicle’s
battery.
y Fuse Holder (15A)
u Left Rear (+) Speaker Output Lead (Green)
i Left Rear (–) Speaker Output Lead (Green/Black)
o Left Front (+) Speaker Output Lead (White)
p Left Front (–) Speaker Output Lead (White/Black)
[ Right Front (–) Speaker Output Lead (Grey/Black)
] Right Front (+) Speaker Output Lead (Grey)
\ Right Rear (–) Speaker Output Lead (Violet/Black)
a Right Rear (+) Speaker Output Lead (Violet)
s ISO Connector (Speaker Output)
d Remote Control Output Lead (White/Brown)
Connect this lead to the remote control input lead. This lead
outputs the controlling signals from the remote control.
f Audio Interrupt In Lead (Pink/Black)
When it is an audio input from the connected external
device, this device is muted. The “IN-INT” icon is displayed
at this time.
g Remote Turn-On Lead (Blue/White)
Connect this lead to the remote turn-on lead of your
amplifier or signal processor.
h Steering Remote Control Interface Connector
To steering remote control interface box.
For details about connections, consult your nearest Alpine
dealer.
j MIC Input Connector
To Microphone (Included).
k ISO/JASO Antenna Adapter (Sold Separately)
ISO/JASO Antenna Adaptor may be required, depending on
the vehicle.
Improper connection of the speed pulse line may cause
important safety features of the vehicle to fail (such as the
brakes or air bags). Such failures may result in an accident
and loss of life. We strongly recommend that the installation
be performed by a trained, authorized Alpine dealer.
= ISO Power Supply Connector
q Illumination Lead (Orange)
This lead may be connected to the vehicle’s instrument
cluster illumination lead. This will allow the backlighting of
the INE-S900R to dim whenever the vehicle’s lights are
turned on.
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System Example
Connection of a USB Memory
USB connector
USB cable (Included)
USB Memory (Sold separately)
• You cannot connect both a USB memory and an iPod/iPhone at the same time.
• Do not leave the iPod in a vehicle for a long time. Heat and humidity may damage the USB memory and you may not be able to play it again.
Connection of an iPod/iPhone
USB connector
iPod/iPhone
(Sold separately)
Connection kit KCU-451iV
(Sold separately)
iPod VIDEO connector
USB cable (Included)
• To connect an iPod/iPhone, an optional connection kit KCU-451iV is required.
• You cannot connect both an iPod/iPhone and a USB memory at the same time.
• Do not leave the iPod/iPhone in a vehicle for a long time. Heat and humidity may damage the iPod/iPhone and you may not be able to play it again.
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Connection of an External device
External Interface Connector
AUX/PRE OUT Connector
AUX/PRE OUT connector cable
To Video Output terminal
(Yellow)
(Red)
DVD Changer (Sold separately)
(White)
To Audio Output terminal
To Video Input terminal
(Yellow)
(Red)
Rear monitor (Sold separately)
(White)
To Audio Input terminal
REMOTE OUT
REMOTE IN
(White/Brown)
(White/Brown)
External Interface Connector cable
1 Video/Audio Input Connectors (AUX INPUT)
2 Video/Audio Output Connectors (AUX OUTPUT)
Use when connecting an optional monitor etc.
4 Remote Control Output Lead (White/Brown)
Connect this lead to the remote control input lead. This lead
outputs the controlling signals from the remote control.
3 RCA Extension Cable (Sold Separately)
• You can change the name of an external device. See “Setting the Rear AUX Primary” (page 110).
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Connection of a Mobile Digital TV Receiver and DVD Changer
External Interface Connector
AUX/PRE OUT Connector
AUX/PRE OUT connector cable
To Video Output Terminal
To Video Input Terminal
To Video Output Terminal
(Yellow)
Mobile Digital
TV Receiver
(Sold
separately)
(Red)
DVD Changer
(Sold
separately)
(White)
To Audio Output Terminal
To Audio Input Terminal
REMOTE OUT
REMOTE IN
REMOTE OUT
To Audio Output
Terminal
REMOTE IN
(White/Brown)
(White/Brown)
(White/Brown)
(White/Brown)
External Interface Connector cable
1 Video/Audio Input Connectors (AUX INPUT)
2 RCA Extension Cable (Sold Separately)
3 Remote Control Output Lead (White/Brown)
Connect this lead to the remote control input lead. This lead
outputs the controlling signals from the remote control.
• You can change the name of an external device. See “Setting the Rear AUX Primary” (page 110), “Setting the AUX Secondary” (page 110).
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Connection of a Rear Camera
AUX/PRE OUT Connector
CAMERA Input Connector
Camera extension cable
(Included with camera)
Rear Camera
(Sold separately)
AUX/PRE OUT connector cable
HCE-C107D
Connection of an External Amplifier
External Interface Connector
AUX/PRE OUT Connector
AUX/PRE OUT connector cable
Amplifier 4 ch (Sold separately)
(Red)
(White)
Input
Front speaker
Input
Rear speaker
(Red)
(White)
Amplifier for subwoofer (Sold separately)
SWR
SWL
Input
Subwoofer
REMO
(Blue/White)
External Interface Connector cable
1 Front Output RCA Connectors
RED is right and WHITE is left.
2 Rear Output RCA Connectors
RED is right and WHITE is left.
3 Subwoofer RCA Connector (Right)
4 Subwoofer RCA Connector (Left)
5 RCA Extension Cable (Sold separately)
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ALPINE ELECTRONICS, INC.
20-1 Yoshima-Kogyodanchi Iwaki-City Fukushima 970-1192 Japan.
Phone: (+81) 246-36-4111
Fax: (+81) 246-36-6090
DECLARATION of CONFORMITY
We, Alpine Electronics, Inc. of the above address, hereby declare, at our sole responsibility,
that the following product conforms to the Essential Requirements of the Radio and
Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive1999/5/EC in accordance with the tests
conducted to the appropriate requirements of the relevant standards, as listed herewith.
Product
:
UGZZ8_Module PCB
Model/ Type Number
:
BDAG803A
Directive and Standards used
:
Radio:
EN 300 328 V1.7.1: 2006-10
EMC:
EN 301 489-17 V2.1.1: 2009-05
EN 301 489-1 V1.8.1: 2008-04
ISO7637-2: 2004
Safety:
Year of affixing CE marking
:
Signature
:
Name
: Shinichi Asuke
Date
: February 22, 2010
2010
EN 60950-1: 2006 + Amd.11: 2009
R
ALPINE ELECTRONICS MARKETING, INC.
1-1-8 Nishi Gotanda,
Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 141-0031, Japan
Phone 03-5496-8231
ALPINE ELECTRONICS OF AMERICA, INC.
19145 Gramercy Place, Torrance,
California 90501, U.S.A.
Phone 1-800-ALPINE-1 (1-800-257-4631)
1-888-NAV-HELP (1-888-628-4357)
ALPINE ELECTRONICS OF CANADA, INC.
777 Supertest Road, Toronto,
Ontario M3J 2M9, Canada
Phone 1-800-ALPINE-1 (1-800-257-4631)
1-888-NAV-HELP (1-888-628-4357)
ALPINE ELECTRONICS OF AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD.
161-165 Princes Highway,
Hallam Victoria 3803, Australia
Phone 03-8787-1200
ALPINE ELECTRONICS GmbH
Wilhelm-Wagenfeld-Str. 1-3,
80807 München, Germany
Phone 089-32 42 640
ALPINE ELECTRONICS OF U.K. LTD.
Alpine House
Fletchamstead Highway,
Coventry CV4 9TW, U.K.
Phone 0870-33 33 763
ALPINE ELECTRONICS FRANCE S.A.R.L.
(RCS PONTOISE B 338 101 280)
98, Rue de la Belle Etoile, Z.I. Paris Nord Il,
B.P. 50016, 95945 Roissy Charles de Gaulle Cedex,
France
Phone 01-48638989
ALPINE ITALIA S.p.A.
Viale C. Colombo 8, 20090 Trezzano
Sul Naviglio (MI), Italy
Phone 02-484781
ALPINE ELECTRONICS DE ESPAÑA, S.A.
Portal de Gamarra 36, Pabellón, 32
01013 Vitoria (Alava)-APDO 133, Spain
Phone 945-283588
ALPINE ELECTRONICS (BENELUX) GmbH
Leuvensesteenweg 510-B6,
1930 Zaventem, Belgium
Phone 02-725-13 15
Designed by ALPINE Japan
68-13530Z28-B (Y)
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