Concertone ZX690 Specifications

Concertone ZX690 Specifications
Operations Guide
ZX690
DVD / CD / MP3 / MP4 / AM / FM / WEATHER BAND
HIGH POWER DIGITAL SURROUND SOUND
ZX690
Index
ZX690 Features................................. 1
Basic Keys ZX690 Unit..................... 2-3
Radio/Clock
Main Unit................................ 4-5
DVD/CD/WMA/ Function
Main Unit................................ 6-7
Remote Control................................ 8-15
ZX690 Specifications....................... 16
Simple Troubleshooting Guide....... 17
Warnings........................................... 18
Warranty Information ...................... 19
FCC Compliance.............................. 19
Accessories
Input Options......................... 20-23
ZX690
ZX690 FEATURES
FEATURES
ZX690 Features
CD/MP3/MP4/DVD Disc Player
Compatible with standard size CD, MP3, MP4 and DVD discs (4.75” or 12cm). The ZX690 is
designed to read standard CD, MP3, MP4, DVD, DVD+R, DVD-R Disc. Because of variations in
recording methods some discs may not play on this unit. This unit will play region 1 DVD’s (USA
and Canada).
USB / SD Card
This unit allows users to play files stored on both USB and SD cards including music, video and
photo files. The USB port will also charge many devices like iPods, MP3 players and cameras.
Built-In AM/FM Tuner
27 preset FM stations and 18 AM stations available to select.
Built-In Weather Band Tuner
This unit can receive the latest National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) weather
forecast reports broadcast on 7 different frequencies - with strongest station automatically
selected.
3 Audio and Video Output locations
This unit supplies quality high power audio and video outputs to three different rooms. Room A
receives 5.1 full digital surround sound. Room B and C receive standard stereo audio.
4 Inputs (2 Audio/Video and 2 Audio)
This unit has 2 Audio/Video inputs and 2 Audio inputs to allow users to enjoy entertainment from
other sources such as Satellite Radio, Cable and Satellite TV, VCR’s Digital Cameras, Video
Game players and a convenient 3.5mm Audio Input on the front panel for iPods and MP3 Players.
These sources must be connected through the four inputs on the unit or through additional accessory wall plates. (See pages 20-23 for accessories.)
Low Level Output
Low level output allows connections to external amplifiers.
Sound Equalization Control
Allows control of the Bass, Treble, Balance and four preset EQ settings.
Clock / Sleep Timer
This unit has a built in clock that can display the time when any button is pressed and a sleep
timer that turns off the radio for you.
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BASIC KEYS
BASIC KEYS
Button
Name and Function
Button
EJECT
Ejects the disc from the ZX690
POWER
Turns the power on and off.
VOLUME
Increase or decrease the volume
in all rooms where sound is being
played.
MUTE
SOUND
MUTE
Turn the sound off or on with this
single button. Works on all rooms
where the sound is being played.
SOUND
Controls under this menu include
Volume, Bass, Treble, Balance and
EQ controls.
Volume:
Bass:
Treble:
Balance:
EQ:
2
39 different levels
14 different levels
14 different levels
14 different levels
Pop, Class, Rock, Flat
Name and Function
A
C
B
ABC Room Keys
Turns sound on or off in
corresponding rooms A, B or C.
Left and Right Arrows
Radio: Press these buttons to select
next frequency higher or lower.
DVD: Moves menu selection.
Left and Right Double Arrows
Radio: Press these buttons for
station seek.
Disc: Move to previous track or
next track on disc.
AU1 Port
Audio Input from MP3 or iPod player.
SD Port
Reads media stored on SD cards.
USB Port
Charges and reads media stored on
USB devices.
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BASIC KEYS
Name and Function
STOP
Press to stop playback of disc.
Press Play to continue the playback
FAST FORWARD
Radio: Scan through all higher preset
stations.
Disc: Select different levels of fast
forward.
FAST REWIND
Radio: Scan through all lower preset
stations.
Disc: Select different levels of fast
reverse.
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FUNCTION
Select between RADIO, DISC,
AV1, AV2, AU1, AU2.
Note: Pressing and Holding the FUNCTION
button for 10 seconds will re-boot the radio
and reset all defaults. It will leave the radio off.
Press the on button to continue operation.
BAND
Allows you to select FM1, FM2, FM3,
AM1, AM2 or Weather Band.
Clock
Press this to see time. This function
works in all modes and even when the
unit is turned off.
SETUP
Press for DVD setup menu.
0-9 NUMBERS
Radio: Press to select preset stations.
For details on setting preset stations
please see page 4.
Disc: Selects different tracks on CD
and different chapters on DVD.
DISPLAY
Shows all functions occurring within
the ZX690
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Name and Function
1
C
B
BASIC KEYS
PLAY/PAUSE
Press to play disc or pause playback
of disc.
Button
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Button
2
6
3
4
7
8
0
9
SOUND
MUTE
100+
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2
6
3
5
4
7
8
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100+
Radio: N/A
Disc: Press the 100+ area on the “0”
button to select tracks numbered
higher than 100 on MP3’s.
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DISPLAY INFORMATION
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100+
Stereo
DISC INSERT
Unit holds a single disc. The disc
inserts and ejects from this opening.
ST
Band
Lights
Frequency
Volume
EQ Settings
Removable Media
Preset
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RADIO Using the Main Unit
BASIC KEYS
FM1 93.9
1.
2.
CH
6
3.
It is important to understand what is shown on
the digital display:
1. Band Indicator: Indicates the radio band.
FM 1, 2, 3 or Weather Band channel 1 to 7
2. Frequency Indicator: Indicates the radio
frequency.
3. Preset Number Indicator: Indicates the
preset station is selected.
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The radio is divided into five bands; FM1, FM2,
FM3, AM1, AM2 and Weather Band.
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How to preset the desired station to the selected push-button
To preset 93.9 MHz (frequency 93.9 MHz and FM1 band is used as an example only)
at No.6 of FM1 band, the user needs to switch to the FM1 band first and push left or
right tuning button to tune to 93.9MHz. Then push and hold the No. 6 button for 3 seconds.
FM1 93.9 MHz CH6 appears on the digital display. The station has now been preset.
HOLD Until Blinking
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BA N
How to select the Radio Reception Mode
Push the BAND button and the unit switches to Radio immediately. Or, push the
FUNCTION button until RADIO shows on the digital display.
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How to recall the preset stations
A station preset at No. 5 positionon the FM2 band, and this station is desired, then
push the BAND button repeatedly until FM2 appears on the digital readout, and then
push the No. 5 button.
Manual Tune Up or Down
Push right tuning button to move channel up and left tuning button to move channel down.
Auto search for an available station
Push to auto search for an available station at a higher or lower frequency.
When this function is selected the unit will stay at the selected station untill another function
is selected.
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RADIO Using The Main Unit
Best Station Memory
While in FM1 if you press the FAST FWD button the radio will start scanning from
low to high frequencies. Each strong station found will be stored in a preset button
until all 27 FM presets are full. You can also do this with the AM band. There are 18
presets available for the AM band.
While in FM1 if you press the FAST RWD button the radio will scan frequencies
from high to low and store stations until all available presets are full. This will also
work on the AM band.
B AN
D
RADIO CLOCK
Weather Band Reception
Press the BAND button to select the Weather Band.
Once the unit is set on the Weather Band function, it will automatically search for an
available station among the 7 preset US Weather Bureau frequencies. When the
signal is not strong enough to receive the last weather band station, the unit will
continue to search for another weather band station. The user can also manually
select a weather band station by pressing any of the 1-7 preset number frequencies.
Note: Since the broadcasts are local weather and information, the transmission power is
usually very low (much less than AM or FM stations) so you will usually receive only
one station unless you are on the edge of two or more broadcast signals. The most
you will receive is two or three and that is rare.Depending on where you are
located, there is a possibility you will receive only a very weak signal or none at all.
Also, similar to AM and FM signals, Weather Band signals are subject to surrounding conditions, weather, obstructions of the signal by hills or mountains, etc..
XM Satellite Radio (Optional)
See page 20.
Clock - Setting the time
To set the clock to current time do the following:
Turn the radio unit on.
Press and hold the CLOCK button for 5 seconds. Hour will flash.
Use the VOLUME UP/DOWN to set correct hour.
Press SOUND button move to minutes. Minutes will flash.
Use the VOLUME UP/DOWN to set correct minutes.
Press the CLOCK button to memorize.
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SOUND
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DVD/WMA/CD/MP3/MP4 Using the Main Unit
01-02-05:15
1.
2.
3.
2. Displays the Chapter on a DVD or Track on
a CD/MP3.
3. Displays the elapsed time on DVD,
CD/MP3.
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MP4 MP3 WMA CD DVD
It is important to understand what is shown on
the digital display:
1. Displays the Title of the DVD.
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To Load a Disc
There are several ways to select and load a disc in the ZX690.
If you have left a disc in the unit you will have to press FUNCTION on the front
panel until DISC shows on the display. If you are using the remote, press the DISC
button. Either of these options will start the disc playing.
Another way to play a disc is to insert it into the slot. The unit will switch to disc by
itself.
Eject a Disc
Regardless of which function is playing, if the eject button on the front panel or the
remote control is pushed, the unit will stop playing and eject the disc. The unit will
keep the disc in the slot with EJECT showing on the Digital Display.
If there is no disc inside the unit, a disc placed in the slot will be taken inside automatically with LOADING showing on the Digital Display.
REMARK: When the unit ejects and the disc isn’t removed after 1 minute, the unit
will automatically reload the disc. This feature protects the disc from being dropped
and damaged.
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DVD/WMA/CD/MP3/MP4 Using the Main Unit
Play / Pause
Normally, when the unit accepts a disc with no Playback Control, the unit will
play the disc from the beginning. When a Playback Control exists, the user
needs to push the PLAY button to start to play the disc. If the user pushes this
button again, the unit will pause the disc. To release Pause, push this button
again, and play will continue.
Stop
When the unit is playing, push the STOP button to stop playing the disc.
Fast Forward / Fast Reverse
Regardless weather you use fast forward or fast reverse, (during DVD mode)
there are 6 different speeds to select from: 1X_2X_4X_8X_16X_20X
To select a normal speed, push the PLAY button. The unit will immediately play
the disc at a normal speed. On the unit the PLAY button must be pressed
second time to Play from Pause
Setup
Press the SETUP button on the unit when the unit is in the Disc player mode.
The screen will display the system setting menu. Navigate the Menu pages by
using remote cluster buttons.
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ENTER
DVD CD WMA MP3 MP4
Previous / Next
Pushing the Previous button, the unit will play the disc from the beginning of
the previous track. Pushing the Next button, the unit will play the disc from the
beginning of the next track.
To Load USB and SD Media
Insert USB device or SD card into proper socket on the front of the radio to
begin playing media. To view, navigate and select between music and
video/photo media the TV or Monitor must be on and set to AV mode. Use
remote cluster buttons to navigate on screen menu.
Because of variations in 3rd party recording methods some discs, USB
devices or SD cards may not play on this unit.
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REMOTE CONTROL
Button
Name and Function
A, B and C Rooms
Turns sound on or off in the
corresponding rooms A, B or C.
1
4
7
2
5
8
0
100+
SUB-T
REMOTE
Button
Name and Function
RETURN
Power
Turns the power on and off.
EJECT
Eject
Use this button to eject the Disc
from the unit.
REPEAT
Disc
Press to select Disc mode when a
disc is already in the unit.
Radio
This function selects the Radio.
USB/SD
USB / SD
Press to select USB or SD.
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Disc: Selects different tracks
on CD and chapters on DVD.
100+
Radio: N/A
Disc: Press the 100+ button to select
tracks numbered higher than 100 on
MP3s.
SUBTITLE (SUB-T) / RETURN
DVD Only- Returns to previously
selected tracks.
Press to select language or to turn off
subtitles.Press and hold for 3 seconds to
return to previous chapter.
REPEAT
Press once to repeat last CD/WMA
track selected. Pressing twice repeats
all for continuing play. Press again
to turn repeat off.
ZOOM
DVD Only - Pressing ZOOM will
enlarge picture 2X, 3X, 4X, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4
and Off.
ZOOM
AUDIO
INPUT
Press to select AU1, AU2, AV1 or AV2.
BAND
Once the radio is selected, this button
allows you to select FM1, FM2, FM3,
AM1, AM2 or the Weather Band.
0-9 NUMBERS
Radio: Press to select preset
3
stations. For details on setting
6
preset stations please see
page 4.
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ENTER
AUDIO
DVD Only- Adjusts the surround
sound mode as well as selects the
language. Must be set before play.
CLUSTER BUTTONS
Press the appropriate button to move
around any menus that are selected
on screen. Center button is the
“select” button.
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ZX690 REMOTE CONTROL KEYS
Button
VOL+
VOL-
MUTE/BC
CHANNEL
SETUP
MENU
DISPLAY
VOLUME
Press to increase or decrease the
sound volume.
MUTE / BC
Turn the sound off or on with this single
button. Works on all rooms where
sound is being played. Pressing the BC
button for 5 seconds returns the system
to default settings.
CHANNEL / NEXT
Functions same as PREVIOUS / NEXT.
See Below.
SETUP
Press for system Language, Audio, Video,
Video, Speaker, and Digital Setup menus.
MENU / DISPLAY
DVD Only- Selects upper menu.
Press the button for 3 seconds to display
the status of the DVD or CD that is
currently playing.
SOUND
Menu controls include Volume, Bass,
Treble Balance, EQ and Time. Controls
can be modified differently for each room.
Button
PREVIOUS
NEXT
SLEEP
CLOCK
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CABLE
SAT
TV
Name and Function
PREVIOUS / NEXT
Radio Mode: Press to select higher or
lower stations.
Disc Mode: Press to select previous or
Next track or chapter.
SLEEP
Selects timing for delayed turn-off
mode. Available increments 10, 20,
30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80 and 90 Minutes.
CLOCK
Press to view user set clock time at
any time.
Learning Remote Buttons
The ZX690 button sets remote
functions to the ZX690 Radio. This is
the default.
Three other buttons have learning
ability. The learning procedure is
explaind on page 10.
REMOTE
SOUND
Name and Function
SLOW
Slows on-screen action in DVD. Press to
select from 7 different levels of Slow.
STOP
Press to stop play.
PLAY / PAUSE
Press to play. Press again to pause play.
FF
FR
FAST REVERSE / FORWARD
Press to select different levels of Fast
Reverse or Fast Forward. Press Play to
resume selection.
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ZX690 REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION
POWER
Press “POWER” button to turn On/Off the
power.
EJECT: To Eject Disc From Unit
When the unit is in Disc Play mode, pushing
the “EJECT” button will eject the disc. When
the unit ejects a disc and the disc is not
removed after 1 minute, the unit will automatically reload the disc.
REMOTE
BAND
Push the “BAND” or “RADIO” button and the
unit switches to Radio immediately. During
radio mode, press “RADIO” again to switch
receiving band.
NUMBER BUTTONS
Radio Mode: You can select one of the 9
stored stations on each band by pressing any
one of the number buttons (1-9).
Disc Mode: You can select any track directly
by using the number buttons (0-100+). For
example, if you need track number 25, first
press the number 2 and then the number 5
and the corresponding track number 25 will
begin to play.
PROGRAM
CD/VCD Mode: You can set the program
order to play, by following the steps below.
Press “PROGRAM” button and the LCD
displays programming P00:00.
You can set the program order to play them
by using (0-100+) number button, and then
press “PLAY/PAUSE” to play.
Note:
(1) Program does not function in playing
MP3.
(2) CD Only- Allows you to re-arrange the
playback order of the individual tracks
differently from the order on the original
disc.
(3) If there are mistakes in programs, you can
press “PROGRAM” button again then
press “PROGRAM” button to play in order.
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REPEAT
DVD Mode: Press “REPEAT” to repeat
the current track being played. Press it
twice to repeat playing all of the tracks.
CD, MP3, VCD Mode: Press “REPEAT”
to repeat the current track being played.
Press it twice to cancel the repeat function.
ZOOM KEY
DVD, VCD Mode: Press the “ZOOM”
button once to enable 2X zoom mode.
Pressing the “ZOOM” button repeatedly
moves the zoom mode through 3X, 4X,
1/2X, 1/3X, and 1/4X zoom levels. Press
“ZOOM” again to exit the zoom mode.
VOLUME
Press the “VOLUME” (+ or -) button to
increase or decrease the volume level
respectively.
MUTE
Press the “MUTE” button to turn off the
sound in all rooms A, B, and C. Press it
again to resume the previous sound
levels.
MENU / DISPLAY
Quick press selects MAIN MENU.
Press “NAVIGATION” buttons to make your
selection, then press “ENTER” button to
confirm.
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REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION
SOUND: Selector (Radio Mode)
Repeatedly pressing the “SOUND” button
moves you through 6 modes. VOLUME,
BASS, TREBLE, BALANCE, EQ and TIME.
Adjustment in anyone of these modes is done
by pressing the “VOLUME” (+ or -) key.
DISPLAY On Screen Display (OSD)
CD/VCD/DVD Mode: Press the “DISPLAY”
button and the OSD will show single track
elapsed time, single track remaining time or
entire disc time, It also shows the track being
played and the amount of the whole disc.
MP3 Mode: Press the “DISPLAY” button and
the OSD will show single track elapsed time
only.
STOP: Stop the playback
DVD, VCD, CD Mode: Press “STOP” to
suspend playback mode. PRESTOP will
display on the TV Screen. Pressing “STOP” a
second time will end all disc playback.
PLAY/PAUSE
Press “PLAY/PAUSE” button to suspend the
playback of CD, MP3, MP4, VCD and DVD
media.
Press it again to return to normal playback
mode.
SETUP KEY
Press the “SETUP” button to activate the
System Setup on screen display (OSD)
menu .
Use the arrow keys to navigate the following OSD menu options.
TV SYSTEM SETUP
SYSTEM SETUP
TV SYSTEM
AUTO PLAY
VIDEO
TV TYPE
PASSWORD
RATING
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
REMOTE
SLOW: Slow Advance / Slow Reverse
DVD Mode: Press “SLOW” button to enable
2X Slow Advance mode. Pressing the
“SLOW” button repeatedly moves the slow
mode to 3X and 4X slow advance. Continued pressing of the “SLOW” button will
reverse to 5X Slow Reverse and 6X Slow
Reverse. Press “SLOW” again to exit the
slow mode.
VCD Mode: Press “SLOW” button to enable
1X Slow Advance mode. Pressing the
“SLOW” button repeatedly increases the
slow mode to 2X and 3X slow advance.
Press “PLAY” button to exit the slow mode.
Note: The slow mode is not available for MP3
and CD media.
PREVIOUS / NEXT
DVD, VCD Mode: Press the “ZOOM”
button once to enable 2X zoom mode.
Pressing the “ZOOM” button repeatedly
moves the zoom mode through 3X, 4X,
1/2X, 1/3X, and 1/4X zoom levels. Press
“ZOOM” again to exit the zoom mode.
PAL
NTSC
AUTO
AUTO PLAY
SYSTEM SETUP
TV SYSTEM
AUTO PLAY
VIDEO
TV TYPE
PASSWORD
RATING
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
ON
OFF
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REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION
VIDEO
DEFAULT
SYSTEM SETUP
SYSTEM SETUP
TV SYSTEM
AUTO PLAY
VIDEO
TV TYPE
PASSWORD
RATING
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
TV SYSTEM
AUTO PLAY
VIDEO
TV TYPE
PASSWORD
RATING
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
INTERLACE YUV
TV-RGB
P-SCAN YPBPR
S-VIDEO
REMOTE
TV TYPE
LANGUAGE SETUP
SYSTEM SETUP
LANGUAGE SETUP
TV SYSTEM
AUTO PLAY
VIDEO
TV TYPE
PASSWORD
RATING
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
OSD LANGUAGE
AUDIO LANG
SUBTITLE LANG
MENU LANG
4:3PS
4:3LB
16:9
ENGLISH
CHINESE
GERMAN
SPANISH
FRENCH
PORTUGUESE
EXIT SETUP
PASSWORD
AUDIO
SYSTEM SETUP
LANGUAGE SETUP
TV SYSTEM
AUTO PLAY
VIDEO
TV TYPE
PASSWORD
RATING
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
OSD LANGUAGE
AUDIO LANG
SUBTITLE LANG
MENU LANG
ENGLISH
CHINESE
JAPAN
FRENCH
SPANISH
PORTUGUESE
LATIN
EXIT SETUP
RATING
12
RESTORE
GERMAN
SUBTITLE
SYSTEM SETUP
LANGUAGE SETUP
TV SYSTEM
AUTO PLAY
VIDEO
TV TYPE
PASSWORD
RATING
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
OSD LANGUAGE
AUDIO LANG
SUBTITLE LANG
MENU LANG
1. KID SAFE
2. G
3. PG
4. PG-13
5. PG-R
6. R
7. NC-17
8. ADULT
EXIT SETUP
ENGLISH
CHINESE
JAPAN
FRENCH
SPANISH
PORTUGUESE
LATIN
GERMAN
OFF
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REMOTE CONTROL OPERATIONS
MENU LANGUAGE
CONTRAST
LANGUAGE SETUP
VIDEO SETUP
OSD LANGUAGE
AUDIO LANG
SUBTITLE LANG
MENU LANG
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
HUE
SATURATION
SHARPNESS
EXIT SETUP
ENGLISH
CHINESE
JAPAN
FRENCH
SPANISH
PORTUGUESE
LATIN
GERMAN
OFF
AUDIO OUT
EXIT SETUP
HUE
AUDIO SETUP
AUDIO OUT
KEY
12
10
8
6
-4
-2
-0
VIDEO SETUP
SPDIF/OFF
SPDIF/RAW
SPDIF/PCM
EXIT SETUP
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
HUE
SATURATION
SHARPNESS
12
10
8
6
-4
-2
-0
EXIT SETUP
KEY
AUDIO SETUP
AUDIO OUT
KEY
EXIT SETUP
REMOTE
SATURATION
VIDEO SETUP
#
+4
+2
0
-2
-4
-b
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
HUE
SATURATION
SHARPNESS
+6
+4
+2
-0
-2
-4
-6
EXIT SETUP
BRIGHTNESS
SHARPNESS
VIDEO SETUP
VIDEO SETUP
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
HUE
SATURATION
SHARPNESS
EXIT SETUP
12
10
8
6
-4
-2
-0
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
HUE
SATURATION
SHARPNESS
+6
+4
+2
-0
-2
-4
-6
EXIT SETUP
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REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION
DOWNMIX
BASS MODE
SPEAKER SETUP
DOWNMIX
SUBWOOFER
CENTER DELAY
REAR DELAY
BASS MODE
LT/RT
STEREO
VSS
5.1 CH
EXIT SETUP
DIGITAL SETUP
OP MODE
DYNAMIC RANGE
DUAL MONO
OFF
ON
LINE OUT
RF REMOD
EXIT SETUP
EXIT SETUP
REMOTE
ALL LG SPK
ALL SM SPK
MIXED SPK
OP MODE
SPEAKER SETUP
CENTER DELAY
DYNAMIC RANGE
SPEAKER SETUP
DIGITAL SETUP
DOWNMIX
SUBWOOFER
CENTER DELAY
REAR DELAY
BASS MODE
OP MODE
DYNAMIC RANGE
DUAL MONO
+
4MS
2MS
0MS
FULL
6/8
4/8
2/8
OFF
EXIT SETUP
EXIT SETUP
REAR DELAY
DUAL MONO
SPEAKER SETUP
DIGITAL SETUP
DOWNMIX
SUBWOOFER
CENTER DELAY
REAR DELAY
BASS MODE
OP MODE
DYNAMIC RANGE
DUAL MONO
EXIT SETUP
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DOWNMIX
SUBWOOFER
CENTER DELAY
REAR DELAY
BASS MODE
EXIT SETUP
SUBWOOFER
DOWNMIX
SUBWOOFER
CENTER DELAY
REAR DELAY
BASS MODE
SPEAKER SETUP
+
12MS
6MS
0MS
EXIT SETUP
STEREO
MONO L
MONO R
MIX MONO
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ZX690 LEARNING REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION
Learning Operation
The remote is preset to work with the ZX690 when the “ZX690” button is pressed first. The remote
is also capable of learning “TV”, “Cable” and “Satellite” functions using the following instructions.
It is advised that you read steps 1 to 3 before attempting to program functions.
To Learn TV Functions do the following:
1. Point the top of ZX690 remote 2 to 3 inches from the top of the TV remote.
TV Remote
PROG
NEXT
SOUND
PREVIOUS
FF
REPEAT
ZOOM
3
6
9
RETURN
AUDIO
CHANNEL
SUB-T
2”-3” Apart
MUTE/BC
TV
USB/SD
SAT
2
5
8
0
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ENTER
CABLE
DISPLAY
CLOCK
100+
1
4
7
VOL+
VOL-
MENU
SETUP
SLEEP
This Button
Will Glow Red
FR
ZX690 Remote
2. Press and hold the “TV” button on the ZX690 remote for 3 seconds and release when the
“EJECT” button in the upper left corner lights red. This puts the remote in learning mode.
Note: it will remain light for only 10 seconds
Reminder: The ZX690 remote will learn only one function at a time.
REMOTE
3. First let’s program your TV’s POWER button. While the “EJECT” button is lit press the ZX690
“POWER” button and the red light will slow flash. Note: If 10 seconds has passed and the learning light has gone out you will have to start back at #2. While this light is slow flashing, quickly
press the POWER button on the TV remote. If the red light quickly flashes three times and then
continues steady you have succeeded. To memorize and to exit learning mode press “TV” on
the ZX690 remote. To verify press the “TV” button on the ZX690 remote and then press the
“POWER” button. The TV’s power should come on. If not you will have to repeat the above
process.
4. To continue to memorize more TV functions on the ZX690 remote do the following: Press and
hold the “TV” button on the ZX690 remote for longer then 3 seconds and release when the
“EJECT” button in the upper left corner lights red. This puts the remote in learning mode. While
the “EJECT” button is lit press the ZX690 “VOLUME UP” button and the red light will slow flash.
While this light is slow flashing, quickly press the VOLUME UP button on the TV remote. If the
red light quickly flashes three times and then continues steady you have succeeded. From this
point you can continue to memorize any button using the same operation. When you are
finished memorizing functions Press the “TV” button on the ZX690 remote to exit learning
mode.
SAT, Cable Remote Learning
Press and hold SAT or Cable button on the ZX690 remote for more than 3 seconds and repeat
above learning steps 2-4.
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SPECS
ZX690 SPECIFICATIONS
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General Dimension
Net Weight
Voltage
Maximum Current Consumption
Audio10 seperate Digital Amplifiers
Total Maximum Power Output
Total Continuous Power Output
Load Impedance
Frequency Response
Audio Signal against Noise Ratio
Cross Talk Ratio for Stereo
Audio Distortion
Tone Control
Bass
Treble
DVD Deck Section
Discs Played
Video System
Mounting Angle
Video Section
Video System
Video Output level
Horizontal Resolution
AM Tuner Section
Frequency Range
IF Range
Usable sensitivity (-20dB)
AM
FM Tuner Section
Tuning Range
IF Range
Usable sensitivity (-30dB)
Signal-to-noise Ratio
Stereo Separation
Frequency Response
FM
6-5/8” 240mm (W) X 9-3/8” (H) X 4-1/2” 120mm (D)
6 lbs 3.35Kg
14.4V DC (10.8V - 15.1V allowable)
10A
400W @ 4 Ω
200W @ 4 Ω
4 Ω (4-8 Ω allowable)
10Hz - 20,000Hz +/- 1dB
90dBA
75dBA
under 1% @ 60dB
±7dB (100Hz)
±7dB (100Hz)
MPEG4,DVD,VCD1.0/1.1/2.0/3.0,MP3,MP4,CD,CD-R,CD-RW,PICTURE-CD
AUTO/PAL/NTSC
0 to +/- 30º
4:3 Letter Box and 4:3 Pan Scan, 16:9
1.0Vp-p +/-0.2V 75ohms
500
530 - 1710KHz (U.S.A.)
450KHz
25dB
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87.5-107.9MHz (U.S.A.)
10.7MHz
15dB
60dB
30dB (1KHz)
30-15000Hz
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ZX690
SIMPLE TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Problem
Cause/Solution
●
Check and make sure whether the fuse
is blown, replace fuse with proper value
if necessary.
Some errors occur in the LCD or no function
when pressing the button.
●
Turn off the unit and restart the unit
again. Use Factory Default Restart.
●
Antenna may not be the proper length.
Make sure the antenna is fully extended.
Antenna may be broken. Replace
antenna.
●
The broadcast signal is too weak.
●
The antenna is poorly grounded. Check
and make sure the antenna is properly
grounded at it’s mounting location.
Disc cannot be loaded
●
Disc is loaded in the machine. Clear the
disc by pressing eject.
No Picture.
●
The Video line from the main unit to the
TV is not connected properly. Check
connections.
●
Improper setting of the TV SYSTEM. Set
the TV SYSTEM to “PAL” or “NTSC”,
according to the connected television.
Disc error appears.
●
The disc may be damaged or dirty.
Clean disc and retry.
When there is no color on video.
●
Turn off the unit and restart the unit
again. Use Factory Default Restart.
Poor radio reception or static.
TROUBLESHOOT
No Power
FACTORY DEFAULT RESTART
Press and hold FUNCTION button for 10 seconds - Unit will shut off. Restart unit by pressing the
ON button. Factory defaults will be reset with this type of restart.
NOTE:
If any of the problems persist after check list has been made, consult your nearest service dealer.
Never attempt to disassemble your unit by yourself.
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WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electrical shock, do not remove cover(or open unit). NO USER SERVICEABLE
parts are inside. Refer servicing to QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The design and manufacture of this player takes personal safety into consideration. However, any
improper operation may result in electric shock, fire, or other hazard.
Due to the dangerous voltages inside the player, DO NOT open the cabinet by yourself to prevent
electric shock. Please contact a professional technician to preform any service needed. Please use
only components recommended by factory when replacement is necessary.
Please turn unit off when not in use.
Use a dry, soft cloth to clean face with the system turned off.
PRECAUTION
WARRANTY
Moisture may cause the lens on loader in this unit to malfunction. To remedy the problem, turn unit
on, eject disc and run 1-2 hours to vaporize moisture inside the unit.
Do not repeatedly turn unit off and on. After turning unit off wait 10 seconds before turning on again.
Do not use broken, scratched, or twisted discs in player. This could result in damage to the unit. Use
only 5” 12cm discs in this unit.
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ZX690
WARRANTY
FCC Compliance
15.19 Labeling requirements.
(a) In addition to the requirements in part 2 of this chapter, a device subject to certification, or verification shall be labeled as follows.
(1) Receivers associated with the operation of a licensed radio service, e.g., FM broadcast under part 73 of this
chapter, land mobile operation under part 90, etc., shall bear the following statement in a conspicuous location
on the device:
This device complies with art 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the condition that this device
does not cause harmful interference.
(2) A stand-alone cable input selector switch, shall bear the following statement in a conspicuous location on
the device:
This device is verified to comply with part 15 of the FCC Rules for use with cable television service.
(3) All other devices shall bear the following statement in a conspicuous location on the device:
This devise complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Warranty
ONE (1) YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
The Manufacture warrants to the original retail purchaser of this unit that is or any part therein, under normal
use and condition, be proven defective in material or workmanship within 1 year from the date of original
purchase, such defect’s will be repaired or replaced at the manufactures option without charge for parts and
repair labor.
This warranty does not extend to the elimination of externally generated static or noise, to the correction as
antenna-generated noise or to the cost incurred to correct this noise. The warranty does not cover the removal
or the reinstallation of this unit or damage to any CD’s, Speakers, accessories, or the vehicle's electrical
system.
This warranty does not cover the cabinet appearance or apply to the unit or any part of the unit that, in the opinion
of the manufacture, has been damaged through alterations, improper installation, mishandling, misuse, neglect,
or accident, THE EXTENT OF THE MANUFACTURE’S LIABILITY UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO
THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PROVIDED ABOVE , AND IN NO EVENT SHALL THE MANUFACTURE’S
LIABILITY EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID BY THE ORIGINAL BUYER FOR THE UNIT.
To obtain repair or replacement within the terms of this warranty, Email your request to:
[email protected]; A “Return Authorization Number” will be issued within 1 business day along with
instructions for returning the unit.
WARRANTY
This warranty extends only to the original purchaser of the unit and is not transferable.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, and some states do not allow the
exclusion or limitation on incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation of exclusions may not
apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights.
CONCERTONE Warranty Department
PO Box 6721
San Pedro, CA 90734
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ACCESSORIES
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ZW100S
Wall Plate
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Input Options
The ZX690 has multiple input options. These inputs
allow units such as Satellite TV, Cameras, VCR’s
and other audio video equipment to be connected
to the ZX690. Optional wall plates are available for
iPod’s and XM Satellite radio. Multi-input wall plates
are also found installed in select coaches and
trailers.
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XM Satellite Radio
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INSERTING
To insert the receiver, press the center of the cradle
as indicated at right. The cradle will tilt forward so
that the satellite receiver can be loaded. Once in
the cradle, push the receiver downward to make a
positive connection. Do this gently so that no
damage to the connections occur.
PU
ZW100S WALL PLATE
The ZW100S Wall Plate is an optional plate to be
used with the Delphi SkyFi3 XM Radio Satellite
Receiver.
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ACCESSORIES
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TO
REMOVAL
To remove the SkyFi3 Receiver push at the top
center of the unit until the lock releases with a click.
Allow the receiver to tilt forward. Lift the receiver
straight out of the wall plate.
PU
Push the top of the satellite receiver and cradle
back into the wall plate until it locks into place. Use
the FUNCTION button on the ZX690’s Main Unit
and select AU2 to listen to XM Radio through your
entertainment system.
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XM Satellite Radio Subscription Required.
Receiver may be sold separately.
ZX690
ACCESSORIES
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iPod Player
HE
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AND UN
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iPod Audio / Video Player
ZW150 iPod Wall Plate is an optional plate that can
be used with any “dockable” iPod Audio or Video
player.
INSERTING
To use your iPod with the ZW150 wall plate select the
appropriate adapter to align your iPod player with the
connector. Adapters included with the ZW150 are
designed to allow your iPod to fit firmly into the wall
plate.
SH
HE
Once in the cradle push downward to make a positive
connection. Do this gently so that no damage to the
connections occur.
RE
PU
With your iPod mounted in the carrier push the cradle
as shown at left and it will tilt forward so that the iPod
player with the carrier can be loaded.
AND UN
L
Push the top of the iPod player and cradle back into
the wall plate until it locks into place. Use the FUNCTION button on the ZX690 and select INPUT AV2 to
listen to music or videos from your iPod player.
REMOVAL
To remove the iPod push at the top center of the unit
until the lock releases with a click. Allow the iPod to
tilt forward. Lift it straight out of the wall plate.
SH
Adapter Plates
HE
TO
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CK
AND UN
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iPod Mini
iPod Video
ACCESSORIES
iPod Nano
iPod is a registered trademark of Apple Computers.
XM is a registered trademark of XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc..
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ZX690
ACCESSORIES
Wall Plates
FR-WP6RCA
This wall plate is used for games and other
Audio/Video inputs. This plate is normally connected to
INPUT AV1 on the ZX690. To use this plate, press the
FUNCTION button on the radio panel until AV1 shows
in the display. When using the remote control press the
INPUT button until AV1 shows in the display.
RED
WHITE
YELLOW
Game consoles should be connected to the left side of
the plate (IN / AV1). There id a right and left channel for
audio and a video connection. Standard audio video
cables with RCA male connectors can be used. Using
the select switch on the plate select AV1 to play games.
VCR’s, cameras, cable boxes or other audio video
inputs can be connected to the right side of the plate
(IN / AV2). Move the select switch to AV2 (to the right)
when using this input.
TYPICAL WALL PLATE WIRING HOOKUP
IN/AV1
RIGHT
LEFT
LEFT
VIDEO
VIDEO
AV1
White
Yellow
ACCESSORIES
Cable or Satellite
Box
110 Volts
AV2
Red
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Antenna
Red
IN/AV2
RIGHT
GAME
CONSOLE
White
Yellow
IN/AV1
IN/AV2
RIGHT
RIGHT
LEFT
LEFT
VIDEO
VIDEO
AV1
Red
White
Yellow
VCR
AV2
110 Volts
ZX690
ACCESSORIES
FR-WP8RCA
This wall plate, when installed, is used for multiple
inputs. This plate is normally connected to INPUT AV1
on the ZX700. To use this plate, press the FUNCTION
button on the radio panel until AV1 shows in the display.
When using the remote control press the INPUT button
until AV1 shows in the display.
Use the “Game” input for games only. Using the switch
on the plate select Game.
For Cable or Satellite boxes use the “Cable/Satellite”
center position on the plate and select Cable/Satellite
on the switch.
RED
WHITE
YELLOW
For MP3 players or TV audio use the right side connections and select MP3/TV on the switch.
If the XM Satellite radio wall plate or the iPod wall plate
is installed in your trailer or coach with this plate you
must select XM/iPod on the switch for them to operate.
TYPICAL WALL PLATE WIRING HOOKUP
Note: XM or iPod Wall Plates wired directly to the back
of the FR-WP8RCA wall plate.
Antenna
Cable or Satellite
Box
110 Volts
Red
White
White
Yellow
VCR
110 Volts
iPod is a registered trademark of Apple Computers.
XM is a registered trademark of XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc..
ACCESSORIES
GAME
CONSOLE
Red
110 Volts
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WIRING DIAGRAM
A:
B:
C:
1:White/Black Left Front(-)
1:Orange/Black B Left(-)
2:White Left Front(+)
2:Orange B Left(+)
3:Yellow/Black Right Front(-)
3:Light Blue/Black B Right(-)
4:Yellow Right Front(+)
4:Light Blue B Right(+)
1:Dark Blue/Black Sub1(-)
2:Dark Blue Sub1(+)
3:Dark Blue/Black Sub2(-)
4:Dark Blue Sub2(+)
5:Black Chassis Ground (-)
6:Chock 12V/15A Red Constant
12 Volt Source(+)
5:Green/Black Left Rear(-)
6:Green Left Rear(+)
7:Gray/Black Right Rear(-)
8:Gray Right Rear(+)
9:Brown/Black Center(-)
10:Brown Center(+)
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5:Pink/Black C Left(-)
6:Pink C Left(+)
7:Purple/Black C Right (-)
8:Purple C Right (+)
ZX690
Notes
CONCERTONE®
CT-ZX690-120708
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