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Clarion VX404E Owner`s manual
Owner’s manual
VX404E
DVD MULTIMEDIA STATION WITH 6.2” TOUCH PANEL CONTROL
!CAUTION
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS
OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES
OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED IN THE
OWNER’S MANUAL MAY RESULT IN
HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
VAROITUS
Suojakoteloa si saa avata.
Laite sisältää
laserdiodin, joka lähettää
näkymätöntä
silmille vaarallista lasersäteilyä.
ADVARSEL.
Denne mærking er anbragt udvendigt på
apparatet og indikerer, at apparatet arbejder
med laserstråler af klasse 1, hvilket betyder,at
der anvendes laserstråler af svageste klasse,
og at man ikke på apparatets yderside kan
blive udsat for utilladelig kraftig
stråling.
APPARATET BØR KUN ÅBNES AF
FAGFOLK MED SÆRLIGT KENDSKAB TIL
APPARATER MED LASERSTRÅLER!
Indvendigt i apparatet er anbragt den her
gengivne advarselsmækning, som advarer
imod at foretage sådanne indgreb i apparatet,
at man kan komme til at udsaætte sig for
laserstråling.
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Apparaten innehåller laserkomponenten som
avger laserstrålning överstigande
gränsen för laserklass 1.
Owner’s Manual
This appliance contains a laser system
and is classified as a “CLASS 1 LASER
PRODUCT”. To use this model properly, read
this Owner’s Manual carefully and keep this
manual for your future reference. In case of
any trouble with this player, please contact
your nearest “AUTHORIZED service station”.
To prevent direct exposure to the laser beam,
do not try to open the enclosure.
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Contents
1. FEATURES.........................................................................................................................4
Expanding Systems............................................................................................................4
2. PRECAUTIONS..................................................................................................................5
3. CAUTIONS ON HANDLING..............................................................................................7
Operation Panel..................................................................................................................7
USB Port.............................................................................................................................7
Cleaning..............................................................................................................................7
Handling Discs....................................................................................................................8
4.OPERATIONAL PANEL....................................................................................................10
Functions of Buttons.........................................................................................................10
5. REMOTE CONTROL.......................................................................................................11
Remote Control Functions................................................................................................12
6. MAIN MENU....................................................................................................................14
7. DVD VIDEO PLAYER OPERATIONS .............................................................................15
Discs.................................................................................................................................15
Change DVD System Settings..........................................................................................16
Watching to a Disc............................................................................................................16
Operate the DVD Player Menu..........................................................................................17
Operating Video Files Player Menu...................................................................................19
Switching Subtitles...........................................................................................................19
Video Files List..................................................................................................................19
Play DivX Video-On-Demand Files...................................................................................19
Playable Video Disc Formats............................................................................................20
8. CD PLAYER OPERATIONS ...........................................................................................21
Listening to a Disc/Ejecting a Disc...................................................................................21
Showing CD Player Mode Screen....................................................................................21
Operate the CD Player Menu............................................................................................21
Listening to Compressed Audio.......................................................................................22
Tag Display Function........................................................................................................22
9. USB/SD AUDIO OPERATIONS ......................................................................................24
Notes on Using USB/SD Memories..................................................................................24
Select USB/SD Audio Mode.............................................................................................24
Playing Audio Files in USB/SD Memory...........................................................................25
10. USB/SD VIDEO OPERATIONS.....................................................................................26
Notes on Using USB/SD Memories..................................................................................26
Select USB/SD Video Mode.............................................................................................26
Playing Video Files in USB/SD Memory...........................................................................26
Playable Video Format......................................................................................................26
11. iPod/iPhone OPERATIONS..........................................................................................28
Notes on using iPod/iPhone.............................................................................................28
iPod Audio ID3 Information...............................................................................................28
iPod Audio Playlist Mode Screen.....................................................................................29
iPod Video ID3 Mode Screen............................................................................................30
iPod Video List Mode Screen...........................................................................................30
iPod Video Simple Control Mode Screen.........................................................................30
iPod Video Play Mode Screen..........................................................................................31
iPod Audio Bluetooth Mode..............................................................................................32
12. Bluetooth AUDIO PLAYER OPERATIONS...................................................................33
Selecting the Bluetooth Audio Mode................................................................................33
Bluetooth Audio Player Settings.......................................................................................33
Registering your Bluetooth Audio Player (Pairing)............................................................33
Selecting the Bluetooth Audio Player...............................................................................34
Controlling the Bluetooth Audio Player.............................................................................34
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13. Bluetooth TELEPHONE OPERATIONS.......................................................................... 35
Select the BT Phone Mode...............................................................................................35
Bluetooth Telephone Settings..........................................................................................35
Registering Your Cellular Phone (Pairing).........................................................................36
Select the Cellular Phone..................................................................................................36
Obtaining the Phone Book Data.......................................................................................36
Telephone Operations......................................................................................................36
14. TUNER OPERATIONS...................................................................................................38
15. DAB................................................................................................................................40
16. HDMI MODE..................................................................................................................42
Select HDMI source .........................................................................................................43
Select DISP source ..........................................................................................................43
17. AUX ...............................................................................................................................44
18. CAMERA INPUT OPERATIONS...................................................................................44
19. REAR SOURCE OPERATIONS.....................................................................................45
DVD Video in Rear............................................................................................................45
DVD Video Rear Source Control Info Mode.....................................................................45
DVD Video Rear Source Control Direct Mode..................................................................45
iPod Video in Rear............................................................................................................46
iPod Video Rear Source Control Play Mode.....................................................................46
iPod Video Rear Source ID3 Mode...................................................................................46
20. SETTING OPERATIONS................................................................................................47
General Setup Menu.........................................................................................................47
Video Setup Menu............................................................................................................47
Audio Setup Menu............................................................................................................48
Others Setup Menu...........................................................................................................48
Set the Anti-Theft code.....................................................................................................48
21. TROUBLESHOOTING...................................................................................................49
GENERAL..........................................................................................................................49
DVD PLAYER....................................................................................................................49
USB/SD DEVICE...............................................................................................................50
Bluetooth..........................................................................................................................50
TFT screen........................................................................................................................51
22. ERROR DISPLAY..........................................................................................................52
DVD PLAYER....................................................................................................................52
23. SPECIFICATIONS..........................................................................................................53
24. WIRE CONNECTION GUIDE.........................................................................................55
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1. FEATURES
FLAC(Free Lossless Audio Codec) Compatible with ID3-TAG Display
Built-in Bluetooth® Handsfree (HFP) and Audio Streaming (A2DP &
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AVRCP)
Front-Panel Auxiliary Input and 6ch RCA Output with Subwoofer Control
Expanding Systems
Expanding audio features
External Power
Expanding visual features
Rear monitor
Rear Vision Camera
iPod®
USB
Memory
iPhone®
iPhone/ Smartphone via HDMI
TM
Bluetooth
Telephone
NOTE:
•The items listed outside of the frames are the commercial products generally sold.
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2. PRECAUTIONS
WARNING
Owner’s Manual
• For your safety, the driver should not watch any video sources and/or operate the controls while driving.
Please note that watching and operating any video sources while driving are prohibited by law in some
countries. Also, while driving, keep the volume to a level at which external sounds can be heard.
• Do not disassemble or modify this unit. It may cause an accident, fire, or electric shock.
• Do not use this unit when a trouble exists, such as no screen content appears or no sound is
audible. It may cause an accident, fire, or electric shock. For that case, consult your authorized
dealer or a nearest Clarion service center.
• In case of a problem, such as any material has been entered in the unit, the unit gets wet, or
smoke or strange smells come out of the unit, etc., stop using this unit immediately, and consult
your authorized dealer or a nearest Clarion service center.
Using it in that condition may cause an accident, fire, or electric shock.
• Use a fuse with the same specification only when replacing the fuse.
Using a fuse with a different specification may causes a fire.
• For the installation of this unit or a change in the installation, ask your authorized dealer or a
nearest Clarion service center for safety. Professional skills and experiences are required to do
so.
• As the driver, you alone are responsible for your driving safety.
• In order to avoid a traffic accident, do not operate the system while driving.
• In order to avoid a traffic accident, operate the system only when the vehicle is stopped at a safe
place and the parking brake is on.
• The software may contain inaccurate or incomplete information due to the passage of time,
changing circumstances, and the sources of information used. Please respect current traffic conditions and regulations at all times while driving.
• Keep the amount of time spent viewing the screen while driving to a strict minimum.
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1.When the inside of the car is very cold and
the player is used soon after switching on the
heater, moisture may form on the disc (DVD/
CD) or the optical parts of the player and
proper playback may not be possible. If
moisture forms on the disc (DVD/CD), wipe it
off with a soft cloth. If moisture forms on the
optical parts of the player, do not use the
player for about one hour. The condensation
will disappear naturally allowing normal
operation.
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2.Driving on extremely bumpy roads which
cause severe vibration may cause the sound
to skip.
技术说明:
1、大小65x75mm,红色外框线为刀模线。
2、材质,80g铜版纸,过哑胶。
3、内容印刷黑色:PANTONE Black C。
4、要求内容印刷正确、清晰,贴纸表面干净、整洁,不得有脏污、斑点、折痕;
切边务必整齐,不得歪斜。
3.This unit uses a precision mechanism. Even
in the event that trouble arises, never open
the case, disassemble the unit, or lubricate
the rotating parts.
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3. CAUTIONS ON HANDLING
Operation Panel
• The operation panel will operate properly in a
temperature range of 0˚ to 60˚ C.
• Do not allow any liquids on the set from
drinks, umbrellas etc. Doing so may damage
the internal circuitry.
• Do not disassemble or modify the set in any
way. Doing so may result in damage.
• Subjecting the operation panel to shocks
may result in breakage, deformation or other
damage.
• Do not let cigarettes burn the display.
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For a longer service life, be sure to read the following cautions.
• The remote control unit may not work if the
remote control sensor is exposed to direct
sunlight.
*Remote control unit is sold separately.
• In extremely cold weather, the display
movement may slow down and the display
may darken, but this is not a malfunction.
The display will work normally when the
temperature increases.
• Small black and shiny spots inside the liquid
crystal panel are normal for LCD products.
• If a problem should occur, have the set
inspected at your store of purchase.
USB Port
• The USB memory sticks must be recognized
as “USB mass storage class” to work
properly. Some models may not operate
correctly.
When the memorized data is lost or
damaged by any chance, Clarion shall not
be liable for any damage.
When using an USB memory stick, we
recommend that you backup your data stored
on it before by using a personal computer etc.
• Data files may be broken when using USB
memory sticks in the following situation:
When disconnecting the USB memory stick or
turning the power off during writing or reading
data. When affected by static electricity or
electric noise. Connect/disconnect the USB
memory stick when it is not accessed.
• Connecting with the computer is not covered.
Cleaning
• Cleaning the cabinet
Use a soft, dry cloth and gently wipe off
the dirt. For tough dirt, apply some neutral
detergent diluted in water to a soft cloth, wipe
off the dirt gently, then wipe again with a dry
cloth.
Do not use benzene, thinner, car cleaner, etc.,
as these substances may damage the cabinet
or cause the paint to peel. Also, leaving rubber
or plastic products in contact with the cabinet
for long periods of time may cause stains.
• Cleaning the liquid crystal panel
The liquid crystal panel tends to collect dust,
so wipe it off occasionally with a soft cloth.
The surface is easily scratched, so do not rub
it with hard objects.
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Handling Discs
Handling
•New discs may have some roughness
around the edges. If such discs are used,
the player may not work or the sound
may skip. Use a ball-point pen or the like
to remove any roughness from the edge
of the disc.
Storage
•Do not expose discs to direct sunlight or
any heat source.
•Do not expose discs to excess humidity
or dust.
•Do not expose discs to direct heat from
heaters.
Ball-point pen
Roughness
Never stick labels on the surface of the
disc or mark the surface with a pencil or
pen.
•Never play a disc with any cellophane
tape or other glue on it or with peeling off
marks. If you try to play such a disc, you
may not be able to get it back out of the
DVD player or it may damage the DVD
player.
•Do not use discs that have large
scratches, are misshapen, cracked,
etc. Use of such discs may cause
missoperation or damage.
•To remove a disc from its storage case,
press down on the center of the case
and lift the disc out, holding it carefully
by the edges.
•Do not use commercially available disc
protection sheets or discs equipped with
stabilizers, etc. These may damage the
disc or cause breakdown of the internal
mechanism.
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Cleaning
•To remove fingermarks and dust, use
a soft cloth and wipe in a straight
line from the center of the disc to the
circumference.
•Do not use any solvents, such as
commercially available cleaners, antistatic spray, or thinner to clean discs.
•After using special disc cleaner, let the
disc dry off well before playing it.
On Discs
•Never turn off the power and remove the
unit from the car with a disc loaded.
CAUTION
For your safety, the driver should not
insert or eject a disc, opening the
operation panel while driving.
• "Made for iPod" and "Made for iPhone" mean that
an electronic accessory has been designed to
connect specifically to iPod or iPhone, respectively,
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.
Please note that the use of this accessory with iPod
or iPhone may affect wireless performance. iPhone, iPod, iPod nano and iPod touch are
trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and
other countries.
Lightning is a trademark of Apple Inc.
• The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered
trademarks owned by the Bluetooth® SIG, Inc. And
any use of such marks by Clarion Co., Ltd. is under
license. Other trademarks and trade names are
those of their respective owners.
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• Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
• DivX®, DivX Certified® and associated logos
are trademarks of Rovi Corporation or its
subsidiaries and are used under license.
DivX Certified® to play DivX® video, including
premium content. Covered by one or more
of the following U.S. patents: 7,295,673;
7,460,668; 7,515,710; 7,519,274
ABOUT DivX VIDEO: DivX® is a digital video
format created by DivX, LLC, a subsidiary of
Rovi Corporation.
This is an official DivX Certified® device that
has passed rigorous testing to verify that it
plays DivX video. Visit divx.com for more
information and software tools to convert your
files into DivX videos.
ABOUT DivX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND: This DivX
Certified® device must be registered in order
to play purchased DivX Video-on-Demand
(VOD) movies. To obtain your registration
code, locate the DivX VOD section in your
device setup menu. Go to vod.divx.com for
more information on how to complete your
registration.
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• 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 Rovi Corporation, and is intended for home and
other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise
authorized by Rovi Corporation.
Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
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About the registered marks, etc.
4.OPERATIONAL PANEL
[Microphone]
[MENU]
[
]
[Disc slot]
[DISP]
[POWER/VOL]
[IR]
[RESET]
[microSD slot]
[Cover]
[AUX IN]
Functions of Buttons
[POWER/VOL] Knob
• Press this knob to turn on the power.
• Keep pressing this knob more than 2 second to turn
off the power.
• Turn this knob to left or right to decrease or increase
the volume of the system.
[DISP] Button
• Press this button to display the HDMI video screen .
[ ] Eject Button
• Press to eject disc from the unit.
[MENU] Button
• Press this button to display main menu; press again
to return current source.
• Press and hold this button for 2 seconds to turn off
the monitor. Press any place of the screen to turn on
the monitor again.
[RESET] Button
• Press this button to hardware reset the unit.
Note: When the [RESET] button is pressed, frequencies
of radio stations, titles, etc. stored in memory are
cleared.
[microSD slot ]
Note: The microSD card is for music and video.
[AUX IN]
AUX 1 Connector.
[Microphone]
This is used for Bluetooth phone.
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[IR] SENSOR
•Receiver for the remote control unit (operating range:
30 degree in all directions).
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5. REMOTE CONTROL (OPTIONAL)
Signal transmitter
Operating range : 30°in all directions
[
/
Owner’s Manual
[OPEN]
[MUTE]
[POWER / SRC]
]
[VOLUME]
[ 0-9 ]
[NAV/ AV]
[BAND]
[SEL]
[MENU]
[PIC]
[SRCH]
[BACK]
[ENT]
[
,
,
,
]
[TA]
,
[TITLE]
[RPT]
[ROOT]
[
], [
]
[
], [
[ZOOM]
[SUB.T]
[AUDIO]
[ANGLE]
Replacing the batteries
1.Press the retention tab and pull out the
battery tray and remove the old battery.
2. Insert the new CR2025 battery and slide
the battery tray back in the remote control
the same direction that you removed it.
Please ensure the tray is inserted in the
]
CAUTION
• Keep the battery out of the reach of children.
Should the battery be swallowed, consult a doctor
immediately.
• Batteries (battery pack or batteries installed)
must not be exposed to excessive heat such as
sunshine, fire or the like.
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• When disposing of used batteries, comply with
governmental regulations or environmental public
institutions’ rules that apply in your country/area.
CAUTION
• Use one CR2025 (3V) lithium battery.
• Remove the battery if the remote control is not
used for a month or longer.
Important
• Do not store the remote control in high
temperatures or direct sunlight.
• There is a danger of explosion if battery in
incorrectly replaced. Replaced only with the same
or equivalent type.
• The remote control may not function properly in
direct sunlight.
• Do not handle the battery with metallic tools.
• Do not let the remote control fail onto the floor,
where it may become jammed under the brake or
accelerator pedal.
• Do not store the battery with metallic objects.
• If the battery leaks, wipe the remote control
completely clean and install a new battery.
Remote Control Functions
You can use the remote control unit to control the VX404E.
*Remote control unit is sold separately.
Note:
• The wireless remote control operation may not be optimal in direct sunlight.
[
/
] Button
[BAND] Button
• Press this button to play or pause video and audio
media.
• Switch to next band alternately.
• Press this button more than 1 second to stop video
and audio media.
• Press this button to open the Audio setting menu in
any mode.
[SET] Button
[MUTE] Button
[BACK] Button
• Mute or Unmute the speaker.
• Press this button to quit main menu if current screen
is main menu.
• The symbol
on upper right area of the screen
indicates that speaker is muted.
[POWER/SRC] Button
• Press this button to move the focus to next available
source item on main menu.
• Press this button to power on when the unit is power
off.
• Press this button more than 1 second to power off
when the unit is power on.
[
], [
], [
], [
] Buttons
• Press this button for cursor movement in main menu
or Setting mode.
• From the main menu, you can select your desired
source or change your settings.
[MENU] Button
• Press this button to enter the MAIN MENU or return
current resource.
[0 - 9] Buttons
[PIC] Button
• Use in the Key Pad screen to select the radio.
• Press and hold this button to change your monitor
Dimmer.
• Use to select the track in the track list screen.
• Press to enter DVD video chapters/titles in the Key
Pad screen.
[VOLUME] Buttons
[ENT] Button
• Press to fix the entered data in the Key Pad screen
or enter the item the cursor is on.
• Increase and decrease volume.
[TA] Button
[NAVI/AV] Button
•Press the button to set TA On or Off.
• No function.
[TITLE] Button
[SRCH] Button
• Press to go to the title menu on the DVD.
• Press this button to open chapter or title search
window while playing DVD.
• Press to go to the root menu on the DVD.
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[ROOT] Button
• Press to perform Repeat Track/Repeat All while
playing CD.
• Press to display Video menu in iPod mode.
[ANGLE] Button
• Press to perform Repeat Track /Repeat Folder/
Repeat All while playing MP3/WMA, or video files in
USB memory.
• Press to switch the different ANGLE while playing
DVD. (No all DVD disc supports this function)
[
• Press to display Audio menu in iPod mode.
], [
] Buttons
• Press to seek the next available lower or higher
station in Tuner mode.
[OPEN] Button
• Press to eject disc from the unit.
• Press to select the next lower or higher chapter
number in DVD video mode.
• Press to select the next lower or higher track in CD,
USB Video, USB Audio mode.
[
], [
]Buttons
• Press to manually select the next lower or higher
station in Tuner modes.
• Press to perform fast-backward or fast-forward
searching. Press again to change the speed to 2x,
4x, 8x or 16x.
[ZOOM] Button
• Press to turn on and zoom in while playing DVD. You
can zoom in up to 3x. (No all DVD disc supports this
function).
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• Press to perform Repeat Track /Repeat Folder/
Repeat All while playing MP3/WMA, or video files on
disc.
[SUB-T] Button
• Press to switch next available subtitle while playing
DVD.
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[AUDIO] Button
• Press to switch the AUDIO channel of the disc while
playing DVD.
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[RPT] Button
• Press to perform chapter repeat / title repeat / repeat
off while playing DVD mode.
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5
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1 - Tuner---Touch the button to display the Tuner mode.
2 - DAB---Touch the button to display the DAB mode.
3 - Bluetooth Audio--- Touch the button to display the Bluetooth Audio mode.
4 - Disc Audio---Touch the button to display the Disc Audio mode.
5 - iPod Audio---Touch the button to display the iPod Audio mode.
6 - HDMI---Touch the button to display the HDMI mode.
7 - Telephone--- Touch the button to display the Telephone mode.
8 - USB/SD Audio---Touch the button to display the USB/SD Audio mode.
9 - AUX1 ---Touch the button to display the AUX1 mode.
10 - Disc Video---Touch the button to display the Disc Video mode.
11 - USB/SD Video---Touch the button to display the USB/SD Video mode.
12 - iPod Video---Touch the button to display the iPod Video mode.
13 - Camera---Touch the button to display the Camera mode.
14 - AUX2 ---Touch the button to display the AUX2 mode.
15 - Audio off---Touch the button to make audio source voice off.
16 - Setting button---Touch the button to display the Setting menu.
17 - Rear---Touch the button to display the Rear mode.
Scrolling the menu
Flicking to right or left it will switch to next or previous
page of main menu.
Moving the menu position
1. Touch any quadrate icon on main menu more than 2 seconds, the icon will float on main menu.
2. Scrolling the floating icon to any position you want.
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7. DVD VIDEO PLAYER OPERATIONS
Discs
Playable discs
DVD video discs
Audio CD
CD TEXT
Playable media files
MP3/WMA/AAC
DivX
MP4
About CD Extra disc
A CD Extra disc is a disc in which a total of two
sessions have been recorded. The first session
is Audio session and the second session is Data
session.
Your personally-created CDs with more than
second data sessions recorded cannot be played
on this DVD video player.
Note:
• When you play a CD Extra disc, only the first
session will be recognized.
• You cannot play SuperAudio CD Playback of
the CD player is not supported even if it is a
hybrid disc.
About MP3/WMA/AAC playback
This unit can play back CD-R/CD-RW, DVD-R/
RW and DVD+R/RW discs on which MP3/WMA/
AAC music data have been recorded.
For a detailed information, see the section
entitled “Listening to compressed audio”.
Note on region numbers
The DVD video system assigns a region number
to DVD video players and DVD discs by sales
area. DVD video players sold in Europe can play
back DVD discs with the region number “ALL”,
“2” or any combination of numbers that also
incorporate a “2”.
The DVD video region number is marked on the
disc jacket as shown below.
ALL
2
1
2
4
Europe
About playing a CD-R/CD-RW disc (MP3,
WMA and AAC)
This player can play CD-R/CD-RW discs
previously recorded in music CD format (MP3,
WMA and AAC).
About playing a DVD-R/RW or DVD+R/RW
disc
MP3/WMA/AAC files recorded on DVD-R/ RW
and DVD+R/RW discs can be played.
Discs that cannot be played back
This DVD video player cannot play back DVDAudio, DVD-RAM, Photo CDs, etc.
Note:
• It may also not be possible to play back CDs
recorded on a CD-R unit and CD-RW unit.
(Cause: disc characteristics, cracks, dust/dirt,
dust/dirt on player’s lens, etc.)
• If a CD-R or CD-RW disc that has not been
finalized is played, it will take a long time to
start playing. Also, it may not be possible to
play depending on its recording conditions.
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Playable discs
This DVD video player can play the following
discs.
Change DVD System Settings
Note:
If the setup operation is performed in the middle of DVD
video play, the disc will restart from the beginning.
Selecting DVD Setup Menu
1. Press the [Settings] button on the Main Menu to access the Video setup menu.
2. Press Video[
] button. The video menu is displayed.
Set rating for parental level control
1.Select Others screen while in Setting mode. Press
the [Parental Control] button. Press the desired rating
for level control. Use this table to set the parental level.
Kid Safe
G
PG
PG-13
PG-R
R
NC-17
Kid Safe
General Audiences
Parental Guidance Suggested
Parents Strongly Cautioned
Parental Guidance Restricted
Restricted
No One 17 And Under Admitted
Adult
Only Adult
• The contents that the parental level restricts vary
with the country code.
Note: The rating can be selected only under the
password unlocked status, and the limits can be set only
under the password locked status.
Watching to a disc
Setting up the Screen Size
Press the [DVD Wide Screen Mode] button to turn on
or turn off the DVD wide screen mode.
The factory default setting is “off”
Note: Not all DVD disc support this function.
Setting up the password for parental level
control
The factory default pass code is “0000”.
1.In Main Menu press [Settings] button. Press
Others[
] button on the display. Touch the [Set
Password] ---- and a numerical key pad will appear.
1.To load a disc:
Insert the disc into the center of the insertion slot the
label side facing up.
CAUTION
For your safety, the driver should not
insert or eject a disc while driving.
Note:
•Never insert foreign objects into the disc insertion slot.
•If the disc is not inserted easily, there may be another
disc in the mechanism or the unit may require service.
•8cm (single play) discs cannot be used.
2. Disc starts playing automatically.
WARNING
Some videos may be recorded at higher
than desired volume levels. Increase the
volume gradually from the minimal setting
after the video has started.
Ejecting a disc
Input a new password and come again. The password
is set.
Note:
When a disc with view restrictions is inserted, you will
be prompted to input this password. The disc will not be
viewable until the correct password is entered.
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1.To eject a disc press Eject [ ] button. The play
mode then switches to the Tuner mode.
If the disc is left in the ejected position for 10
seconds, the disc is automatically reloaded. In this
case, the play mode will remain in the Tuner mode.
Note: If you force a disc into before auto reloading, it
may damage a disc.
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Operate the DVD Player Menu
You can select the button items displayed in the DVD
menu by directly pressing it.
Play/Pause Playback
1.Press the Pause [
] button to pause during
playback.
2.Press the Play [
playback.
] button again to resume
Skip (Search) a Chapter
1.Press [ ] or [ ] button during playback.
Chapters are skipped down or up from current
locations, as many times as the button is pressed, and
playback starts.
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Skip Use Seek Bar
Press the triangle [ ] on seek bar and drag it to any
position where you want to start playback.
Fast Forward/Fast Backward
1.Press [ ] or [ ] button and hold 2 seconds to
start fast backward or fast forward during playback.
The playback speed starts at 2x, then will increase
to 4x, 8x, and 16x. Release the button will continue
playing with normal speed.
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Note:
•The fast forward and fast backward speed may differ
depending on the disc.
Search Function
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1 - Option Button
2 - Show Cursor Keys Button
3 - Previous Chapter /Fast Backward Button
4 - Play/Pause Button
5 - Next Chapter /Fast Forward Button
6 - Elapsed Playing Time
7 - Seek Bar
8 - Total Time
9 - Menu List Button
10 - DVD Playback Info
11 - Bluetooth Status
12 - REG,TA,PTY,AF,TP Status
13 - System Time
14 - Shortcut Button
15 - Repeat Switching Button
16 - Audio Channel Switching Button
17 - Subtitle Switching Button
You can locate the beginning of a scene using the
chapter numbers or title numbers recorded on the
DVD Video disc.
1.Showing the DVD Video menu in the Option
[ ] button, press the Direct [
] button. The
Key Pad screen appears with the chapter/Title
number input mode.
Pressing the Chapter [
] button turns the Key
Pad to the chapter number input mode.
Pressing the Title [
] button turns the Key Pad
to the title number input mode.
• Title
A large segment to divide the data area of the disc.
• Chapter
A small segment to divide the data area of the disc.
2.Input the number of the title/chapter that you want
to play with the [0] to [9] key.
3.Press the OK [
] button.
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-After disc is loaded, the play mode is automatically
engaged.
Touch any place of the screen to display DVD Video
menu touch the screen again to return the playback
screen. The display will return to the playback screen,
if you do not touch the screen for 10 seconds.
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Showing DVD Player mode screen
Switching Audio
Playback starts from the scene of the input title
number or chapter number.
NOTE:
*If the input title/chapter number does not exist or
searching with a title/chapter number is not allowed,
the screen image will not change.
4.Press the Back [
] button to close the key
pad.
Repeat Playback
This operation plays back chapters recorded on the
DVD-Video repeatedly.
1.Showing the DVD Video menu, press the Repeat
[
] button.
2.Press the Repeat [
] button once for Repeat
Chapter, again for Repeat Title.
3.Press the Repeat [
] button again to turn off
the repeat playback.
REG,PTY,AF,TA,TP Status
REG,PTY,AF,TA,TP status is related with the Tuner.
Using the Title Menu
On DVD discs containing two or more titles, you can
select from the title menu for playback.
On discs in which two or more audios or audio
languages have been recorded, you can switch among
the audio languages during playback.
1. Showing the DVD Video menu, touch the Audio
[
] button during playback.
• Each time you touch the button, you can switch
among audio languages.
• It may take time to switch among audios.
Depending on the disc, up to 8 kinds of audios may
be recorded. For details, see the mark of the disc:
(
Indicates that 8 audios have been recorded).
When the power is turned on and when the disc
is changed to a new one, the language set as the
factory default is selected. If that language has not
been recorded on disc the language is specified on
the disc.
Depending on the disc, switching may be
completely impossible or impossible on some
scenes.
Switching Subtitles
On DVD discs in with two or more subtitle languages
have been recorded, you can switch among the
subtitle languages during playback.
1.Showing the DVD Video menu, press the Subtitle
[
] button to select a subtitle during playback.
Each time you touch the key, you can switch among
subtitles.
• It may take time to switch among subtitles.
Depending on the disc, up to 32 kinds of subtitles
may be recorded. For details, see the mark of the
disc: ( Indicates that 8 kinds of subtitles have
been recorded).
Depending on the disc, switching may be
completely impossible or impossible on some
scenes.
2.To turn off subtitles, repeat pressing the Subtitle
[
] button until subtitles are turned off.
Displaying the Playback Status
Press the Info [
] button on DVD Player mode
screen, Playback status is displayed on screen.
1.Press the List [
] button during playback to
show the root menu of the DVD Video.
Touch and hold it during playback to show the title
menu.
* Depending on the disc, the title or root menu may
not be called.
2.Press the title or root menu screen. And press the
Show Cursor keys Button.
3.Select the items in the title or root menu screen by
the Directional [
] buttons.
* Depending on the disc, items may not be selected
with the directional buttons.
4.Press the OK [
] button to fix on the selected
item.
5. Press the Back [
] button.
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Play MP4/DivX Video Files
This system can play video files (AVI/MP4, etc.) stored
on disc.
Note:
DivX Certified® to play DivX® video, including premium
content.
Showing Video Files Player Mode Screen
1.After disc with video files is loaded, press [Disc
Video] button on MAIN MENU to show video files
player mode screen.
2.Press the screen of the playing video file to display
Video files player menu, and press the screen again
to return the playback screen. The display will return
to the playback screen, if you do not press the
screen for 10 seconds.
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Skip Using Seek Bar
Press the triangle on seek bar and drag it to any
position where you want to start playback.
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Fast Forward /Fast Backward
Note:
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*The fast forward and fast backward speed may differ
depending on the disc.
Repeat Playback
This operation plays back video files recorded on the
disc repeatedly.
The repeat set as the factory default is Repeat all.
1.Showing the video files player menu, press the
Repeat [
] button.
2.Press the Repeat [
] button once for “Repeat
Track”, again for “Repeat Folder”.
3.Press the Repeat [
] button again for “Repeat
All”.
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1 - Option Button
2 - Previous Track /Fast Backward Button
3 - Play/Pause Button
4 - Next Track/Fast Forward Button
5 - Elapsed Playing Time /Seek Bar
6 - List Mode Button
7 - Playback Info
8 - Bluetooth Status
9 - REG,PTY,AF,TA,TP Status
10 - System Time
11 - Shortcut Button
12 - Repeat Button
13 - Audio Button
14 - Subtitle Button
Operate the Video Files Player Menu
You can select the button items displayed in the Video
files player menu by directly touching it.
Play/Pause Playback
1.Press the Pause [
] button to pause during
playback.
2.Press the Play [
playback.
] button again to resume
Switching Audio
Some video files will have two or more audio channels;
you can switch among the audio channels during
playback.
1.Press the Audio [
] button in Option mode
during playback.
• Each time you touch the button, you can switch
among audio languages.
• It may take time to switch among audios.
Depending on the disc, switching may be impossible.
Switching Subtitles
Some video files will have two or more subtitles have
been recorded; you can switch among these subtitles
during playback.
1.Press the Subtitle [
] button in Option
mode to select a subtitle during playback.
• Each time you touch the key, you can switch among
subtitles.
• It may take time to switch among subtitles.
Depending on the disc, switching may be impossible.
Video Files List
Showing the Video files player menu; press the List
[
] button to display video files list screen.
Video files list operations is almost same as Disc Audio
player mode. Please refer to CD Player Operations.
Switch to Previous/Next File
1.Press [ ] or [ ] button during playback to play
previous /next file
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Press [ ] or [ ] button and hold 2 seconds to start
fast backward or fast forward during playback. The
playback speed starts at 2x, then will increase to 4x,
8x, and 16x. Release the button will continue playback
with normal speed.
Play DivX Video-On-Demand File
You must complete a one-time registration process
in order to play a purchased DivX movie on your DivX
device.
Registration is not needed to play free DivX movies
you create or download.
Get DivX Registration Code and Register
Your Device
1.Press the [Settings] button on the Main Menu to
access the [General] button setup menu.
2.Press the [General] button setup , and press the
[DISPLAY] button on the right side of “DivX®
Registration”. You will find “10 digit DivX registration
code on the screen.
3.Enter this code in DivX Player to create a
“Registration video” disc on your PC.Once this
“Registration video” disc has played on this device,
registration is done, and you can enjoy some
purchased DivX movies on your device.
For detail please visit “http://www.divx.com/vod”
4.Press the [OK] key to close the pop-up window.
Note:
After you register your device, this setting menu is
changed to “DivX® Deregistration”
Deregister Your Device
Even after you have finished registration, you
can deregister your device if you will not watch
purchased movies on this device anymore.
1.Press the [Settings] button on the Main Menu to
access [General] setup menu.
2.Press [General] setup button, and press [SET]
key on the right side of “DivX® Deregistration”. You
will be asked if you want to deregister this device,
then press [YES] key in the pop-up screen.
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3. Note 10 digit “Deregistration code” in the pop-up
screen. Keep this code until you deregister this
device on your PC.
4. Deregister this device by using the “Deregistration
code” on your PC.
For detail please visit “http://www/divx.com/vod”
Playable disc video files
This system can play video files stored on disc.
*.avi files
• format: Divx 4/5/6
• Picture size: 720 x 480
• Audio format: MP3
• Audio sampling frequency: 32/44.1/48 KHz
*.mp4 files:
• format: MPEG4 Visual Simple @L1
• Picture size: 720 x 480
• Audio format: AAC
• Audio sampling frequency: 32/44.1/48 KHz
*.mpg files
• format: MPEG2
• Picture size: 720 x 480
• Audio format: MP3
• Audio sampling frequency: 32/44.1/48 KHz
*.divx files
• format: Divx 3.11/4/5/6
• Picture size: 720 x 480
• Audio format: MP3
• Audio sampling frequency: 32/44.1/48 KHz
1.After disc is loaded, the play mode is automatically
engaged.
2.If disc have been loaded you can touch [Disc Audio]
button on main menu to display CD player mode
screen.
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18 - Direct Searching Button
19 - Scan Start/Stop Button
20 - Rotation Effect On/Off Button
Operate the CD Player menu
You can select the button items displayed in the CD
player menu by directly touching it in list.
Play/Pause Playback
1.Press the Pause [
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2.Press the Play [
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Please refer to Disc Video Player Operations -watching
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8. CD PLAYER OPERATIONS
Listening to a disc/Ejecting a disc
] button again to resume
Press [ ] or [ ] buttotn during playback to play
previous /next file.
• Pressing [ ] button starts playback from the
beginning of the next track.
• Pressing [ ] button starts playback from the
beginning of the current track. When this button is
pressed again within 5 seconds, playback starts
from the beginning of previous track.
Fast Forward /Fast Backward
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Press [ ] or [ ] button and hold more than
2 seconds to start fast backward or fast forward
during playback. The playback speed starts at 2x,
then will increase to 4x, 8x, and 16x. Release the
button will continue playback with normal speed.
Note:
* The fast forward and fast backward speed may differ
depending on the disc.
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REG,TA,PTY,AF,TP Status
REG,TA,PTY,TP,AF status arerelated to Tuner
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1 - Next Track/Fast Forward Button
2 - Total Time Indicator
3 - Rotation Effect
4 - Page Turning
5 - System Time
6 - REG,PTY,AF,TA,TP Status
7 - Bluetooth Status
8 - Previous Track /Fast Backward Button
9 - Elapsed Playing Time Indicator
10 - Repeat Button
11 - Play/Pause Button
12 - Shortcut Button
13 - Shuffle Button
14 - Option Button
15 - Close Option Menu Button
16 - Artist/Album Information
Repeat Playback
* The repeat set as the factory default is Repeat All.
Press the Repeat[ ] button switch between
“Repeat Folder”, “Repeat All” and “Repeat Track”.
Shuffle Playback
1. Press the Shuffle [ ] button to shuffle the tracks
during playback.
2. Press this button again to turn off the feature.
Selecting a Track on the Track List Screen
This function allows you to select tracks from a
displayed list.
1.Press the track title on the display list. The selected
track will start playing.
2.When the desired track is not displayed, press and
flick the track list up or down.
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3.Press the desired track title key. The corresponding
track is started playback.
Scanning the TracksOption
1.Press the Option [ ] button to show [Scan Start
] button.
2.Press [Scan Start
] button during playback.
• It will play from next track, and each track will
display for 10 seconds.
• The [Scan Start
] button will switch to [Scan
Stop
]button.
3.Press [Scan Stop
] button.
• It will continue playback from current track.
• [Scan Stop
] button will switch to [Scan Start
] button.
* The function will scan all tracks orderly in the disc .
After Scan stopped, playback will continue.
Searching with the Track NumberOption
This operation allows searching the track numbers
recorded on the CDs.
1. Press the Option [ ] button to show [
]
button.
2. Press [
] button .The numerical keypad will
appear on the screen and press the OK [
]
button.
3. Input the track number that you want to play back
with [0] to [9] button and press [OK] button.
Playback starts from the track of the input track
number.
• If the input track number does not exist or searching
with track number is not allowed, the screen image
will not change.
• Press the Back [
] button will close the
numerical keypad.
• Press the Option [ ] Button will close the option
window and display playback screen.
Rotation Effect On/Off
This operation allows turn on/turn off rotation effect.
The factory default is On.
1.Press the Option [ ] button to show the [Effect]
button.
2.Press the On [
] button will turn on the Rotation
effect.
3.Press the Off [
] button will turn off the Rotation
effect.
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Listening to compressed Audio
This system can play audio files stored on disc.
MP3/ WMA/ AAC
Tag Display Function
This unit is an ID3 Tag compatible model.
This unit supports the ID3 TAGs of the Version 2.4, 2.3,
1.1 and 1.0.
In displaying, this unit gives priority to the Version 2.3
and 2.4 TAGs.
Note:
• Some CDs recorded on CD-R/RW mode may not be
usable.
Displaying MP3/WMA/AAC TAG Menu
Tag information can be displayed for compressed
audio file containing Tag information.
MP3: title, artist, album
WMA: title, artist
AAC: can not display tag information.
Precautions When Creating MP3 Disc
• File extensions
1.Always add a file extension “.MP3” or “.mp3” to
an MP3 file, and “.WMA” or “.wma” to a WMA and
“.m4a” to a AAC file by using single byte letters.
If you add a file extension other than specified or
forget to add these file extension, the file cannot be
played. In addition, if you use upper case and lower
case letters (capital and small letters) mixed for file
extensions, normal play may not be possible.
2.Files other than MP3/WMA/AAC data cannot be
played.
Playing files with a format not supported will be
skipped, and the scan, random and repeat playback
mode may be canceled.
• File and Disc Not Supported
Files and discs with following extensions are not
supported: *.AAC, *.DLF, *.M3U, *.PLS, *.MP3 PRO
files, files with DRM, open session discs.
• Logical format (File system)
1.When writing an MP3/WMA/AAC file on a disc,
please select “ISO9660 level 1 or level 2 (without
including expansion format)” as the writing software
format. Normal playback may not be possible if the
disc is recorded on another format.
2.The folder name and file name can be displayed as
the title during MP3/WMA/AAC play.
• Entering File and Folder Names
Names using the code list characters are the only
file names and folder names that can be entered and
displayed. Using any other character will cause the file
and folder names to be displayed incorrectly.
• Folder structure
1.A disc with a folder having more than 8 hierarchical
levels will conflict with the ISO9660 and playback
will be impossible.
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• Number of files or folders
1.The maximum allowable number of folders is 200
(including root directory); the maximum allowable
number of files is 1500 (max. 200 per folder). This
represents the maximum number of tracks that can be
played back.
2.Tracks are played in the order that they were recorded
onto a disc. (Tracks might not always be played in the
order displayed on the PC.)
• Some noise may occur depending on the type of
encoder software used while recording.
• In case of a track recorded at VBR (variable bit rate),
the display for the play time of the track may be
slightly different from the actual play time. Also, the
recommended value of VBR ranges from 32 kbps to
320 kbps.
• After disc selection, the play mode is automatically
engaged.
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1.Repeat Playback
While playing MP3/WMA/AAC, press the Repeat
[ ] button to switch between “Repeat Folder”,
“Repeat All” and “Repeat Track”.
2.Current Folder
• Showing title of current folder.
• The number on the folder symbol is the number of files and folders number in current folder.
• Press the title of current folder, play list will show files and folders in upper folder.
*Other operations about playing MP3/WMA/AAC are
almost same as CD Player mode.
Stop Playback
1.Press the Pause [
] button to stop playback.
2.Press the Play [
] button again to resume playback.
Playback resumes from start of the folder which playing track is in.
•Other operations about playing MP3/WMA/AAC are
almost same as CD Player mode.
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9. USB/SD AUDIO OPERATIONS
This system can play audio files (MP3/WMA/AAC/
FLAC) stored in an USB memory which is recognized
as “USB Mass Storage Class device”and SD. You
can use your USB/SD memory as an audio device by
simply copying desired audio files into it.
Note:
•This system will not operate or may operate improperly
with some USB/SD memory.
•Files protected with any DRM cannot be played
Notes on using USB/SD memories
General notes
• When no support files, the file list display nothing.
Notes on the Audio files
• This system can play the MP3/WMA/AAC/FLAC files
stored in the USB/SD memory.
MP3 files:
• format: MPEG1/2 Audio layer3
• bit rate: 8k ~ 320kbps
• sampling frequency: 8/12/16/24/32/44.1/48KHz
• file extension: . mp3
WMA files:
• format: Windows media Audio standard L3
profile
• bit rate: 32 ~ 192KHz
• sampling frequency: 32/44.1/48 KHz
• file extension: .wma
AAC files
• format: Advanced Audio Coding LC-AAC,
HE-AAC
• sampling frequency: 32/44.1/48 KHz
• file extension: . m4a
FLAC files
• format: Free Lossless Audio Codec
• quantization bit rate: 16 or 24 bits
• sampling frequency: 44.1~96 KHz
• file extension: . flac
Notes on the folder structure
• The folder hierarchy must be within 8 hierarchical
levels. Otherwise, playback may be impossible.
• The maximum allowable number of folders is 65535
(including root directory and folders with no MP3
files, WMA/AAC/FLAC files).
• The maximum allowable number of files in a folder
is 65535.
• You can store the MP3 files, WMA/AAC/FLAC files
together in a folder.
• The system may become slow if the files or folders
exceed the limitation above.
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Notes on the Tag titles
The limitations on the Tag titles are same as those in
CD Audio Player mode.
Select USB/SD Audio mode
Connect your USB/SD memory with MP3 files, WMA/
AAC/FLAC files to the USB/SD connector. The system
will automatically detect the connected device, and
the [USB/SD Audio] button on Main Menu will be
enabled.
• When an USB/SD memory is already connected
press [USB/SD Audio] button to select the USB/SD
Audio mode.
The system changes to the USB/SD Audio mode and
starts playback from the previous position or from the
beginning.
Note:
If you reconnect the same device that you disconnected
last, the system will play back where it left off.
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2- Play/Pause Button
3- Repeat Button
4- Shuffle Button
5- Next Track/Fast Forward Button
6- MP3 Files, WMA Files in List
7- Folders in List
8- Page Turning
9- System Time
10- REG,PTY,AF,TA,TP Status
Play/Pause Playback
1.Press the Pause [ ] button to pause during
playback.
2.Press the Play [ ] button again to resume
playback.
Switch to Previous/Next File
Press [
] or [ ] button during playback to play
previous /next file.
• Pressing [ ] button starts playback from the
beginning of the next track.
• Pressing [
] button starts playback from the
beginning of the current track; when this button is
pressed again within about 5 seconds, playback
starts from the beginning of previous track.
Fast Forward /Fast Backward
Press [
] or [ ] button and hold more than
2 seconds to start fast backward or fast forward
during playback. The playback speed starts at 2x,
then will increase to 4x, 8x, and 16x .Release the
button will continue playback with normal speed
Note:
*The fast forward and fast backward speed may differ
depending on the audio files.
Repeat Playback
* The repeat set as the factory default is “Repeat All”.
Press the Repeat [ ] button once for “Repeat Track”,
again for “Repeat Folder”, “Repeat All”.
Shuffle Playback
1.Press the Shuffle [ ] button to shuffle the tracks
during playback.
2.Press this button again to turn off the feature.
Album Art work
If current audio file contains album art image in ID3,
the picture will be displayed in this area.
This function allows you to select tracks from a
displayed list.
1.Press the track title on the display list. The selected
track will start playing.
2.When the desired track is not displayed, press and
flick the track list up or down.
3.Press the desired track title key. The corresponding
track is started playback.
Scanning the Tracks
1.Press the Option [ ] Button to show [Scan Start
] button.
2.Press [Scan Start
] button during playback.
• It will play from next track, and each track will
display.
• The [Scan Start
] button will switch to [Scan
Stop
] button.
3.Press [Scan Stop
button.
• It will continue playback from current track.
• [Scan Stop
] button will switch to [Scan Start
] button.
* The function will scan all tracks orderly in current
folder once. After Scan stopped, playback will
continue.
REG,PTY,AF,TA,TP Status
The status of REG.PTY.AF.TA.TP status is related
to tuner.
Searching with the Track Number
This operation allows searching using the track
numbers in playing folder.
1.Press the Option [ ] Button to show [
]
button.
2.Press [
] button .The numerical keypad will
appear on the screen.
3.Input the track number that you want to play back
with [0] to [9] key and touch [OK] key.
Playback starts from the track of the input track number.
• If the input track number does not exist or searching
with a track number is not allowed, the screen image
will not change.
• Press the Back [
] button will close the
numerical keypad.
• Press the Option [ ] button will close the option
window and display playback screen.
ID3 Info Area
This area display ID3 info of playing file: song title,
artist information, album information, number of
current file/total number in current folder, elapsed
playing time/total time of current file.
Skip Use Seek Bar
Press
on seek bar and drag it to any position where
you want to start playback.
Select a Folder on Display List
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Playing Audio Files in USB/SD Memory
Press the folder title on the display list, the display list
will display files and folders in selected folder.
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12- Mute Status
13- Playback Status Info
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15- Shortcut Button
16- Current ID3 Info Area
17- Previous Track /Fast Backward Button
18- Option Button
19- Direct Button
20- Scan Button
10. USB/SD VIDEO OPERATIONS
This system can play USB/SD video files (MP4, 3GP
etc.) stored in an USB memory which is recognized
as “USB Mass Storage Class device”and SD. You
can use your USB/SD memory as an video device by
simply copying desired video files into it.
Note:
• This system will not operate or may operate improperly
with some USB/SD memory.
• Files protected with any DRM cannot be played.
Notes on Using USB/SD Memories
General notes
When no support files, the file list display nothing.
Notes on the folder structure
The limitations on the folder structure are same as
those in USB Audio Player mode.
• format: MPEG4 Visual
MPEG4 AVC (H.264)
• Picture size: 720 x 480
• Audio format: AAC
• Audio sampling frequency: 32/44.1/48 KHz
*.mpg files
• format: MPEG2
• Picture size: 720 x 480
• Audio format: MP3
• Audio sampling frequency: 32/44.1/48 KHz
*.3gp files
• format: MPEG4 Visual H.263
• Picture size: 720 x 480
• Audio format: AAC, AMR
• Audio sampling frequency: 8/16/32/44.1/48 KHz
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The limitations on the Tag titles are same as those in
CD Player mode.
Select USB/SD Video Mode
Connect your USB/SD memory with video files to the
USB/SD connector. The system will automatically
detect the connected device, and the [USB/SD Video]
button on Main Menu will be enabled.
• When an USB/SD memory is already connected
Touch [USB/SD Video] button on Main Menu to select
the USB Video mode.
The system changes to the USB/SD Video mode and
starts playback from the previous position or from the
beginning.
Note: If you reconnect the same device that you
disconnected last, the system will play back where it
left off.
Playing Video Files in USB/SD Memory
If the video is playing, touch the screen of the playing
video to display Operation buttons.
* The display will return to the playback screen, if you
do not touch the screen for 10 seconds.
Playable Video file
*.mp4 files
• format: MPEG4 Visual
MPEG4 AVC (H.264)
• Picture size: 1280 x 720 (MPEG4 Visual)
1280 x 720 (MPEG4 AVC)
• Audio format: AAC
• Audio sampling frequency: 32/44.1/48 KHz
*.m4v files
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1 - Previous Track /Fast Backward Button
2 - Play/Pause Button
3 - Next Track/Fast Forward Button
4 - Elapsed Playing Time Indicator/Seek Bar
5 - Menu List
6 - Repeat Button
7 - System Time
8 - REG,PTY,AF,TA,TP Status
9 - Bluetooth Status
10 - Mute Status
11 - Time Information
12 - Video Name/Speed Information/Play or Pause Information
13 - Shortcut Button
Play/Pause Playback
1.Press the Pause [
] button to pause playback.
2.Press the Play [
] button to resume playback.
Switch to Previous/Next File
Press [ ] or [ ] button during playback to play
previous /next file.
The status of REG,PTY,AF,TA,TP status is related to
tuner.
Play/Pause Playback
The status of REG,PTY,AF,TA,TP Status is related
to tuner
Repeat Playback
* The repeat set as the factory default is “Repeat All”.
Touch the Repeat [
] button once for “Repeat
Track”, again for “Repeat Folder”, again for “Repeat
All”.
*On USB/SD Video menu screen, playback status is
pause.
Press the Play [
] button to resume playback. The
screen will go to video screen automatically.
Switch to Previous/Next File
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Press [
] or [
] button during playback to play
previous /next file.
• Pressing [
] button starts playback from the
beginning of the next track.
• Pressing [
] button starts playback from the
beginning of the current track; when this button is
pressed again within about 5 seconds, playback
starts from the beginning of previous track.
•Press [
] or [ ] button and hold more than
2 seconds to start fast backward or fast forward
during playback. The playback speed starts at 2x,
then will increase to 4x, 8x, and 16x. Release the
button will continue playback with normal speed.
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Repeat Playback
Skip Use Seek Bar
Press the
on seek bar and drag it to any position
where you want to start playback.
Switch to USB/SD Video Menu
Press the List [
] button playback will be paused,
and the screen will switch to USB/SD Video List.
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* The repeat set as the factory default is “Repeat All”.
Press the Repeat [ ] button once for “Repeat
Track”, again for “Repeat Folder”, again for “Repeat
All”.
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Shuffle Playback
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1.Press the Shuffle [ ] button to shuffle the tracks
in playing folder during playback.
2.Press this button again to turn off the feature.
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Current File Info Area
This area displays info of current video file: file name,
number of current file/total number in current folder,
Elapsed playing time/total time of current file.
Skip Use Seek Bar
1 - Option Button
2 - Play/Pause Button
3 - Repeat Button
4 - Next Track/Fast Forward Button
5 - Shuffle Button
6 - Video Files in List
7 - System Time
8 - REG,PTY,AF,TA,TP Status
9 - Bluetooth Status
10 - Playback Status Info
Press the
on seek bar and drag it to any position
where you want to start playback.
Select a Folder on Display List
This operation is same as this in USB Audio mode.
Selecting a Track on the Display List
This operation is same as this in USB Audio mode.
Scanning the Tracks
This operation is same as this in USB Audio mode.
Searching with the Track Number
This operation is same as this in USB Audio mode.
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REG,PTY,AF,TA,TP Status
11 - Album Art
12 - Shortcut Button
13 - Current File Info Area
14 - Elapsed Playing Time Indicator/Seek Bar
15 - Previous Track /Fast Backward Button
16 - Direct Button
17 - Scan Button
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• Pressing [ ] button starts playback from the
beginning of the next track.
• Pressing [ ] button starts playback from the
beginning of the current track; when this button is
pressed again within about 5 seconds, playback
starts from the beginning of previous track
• Press [
] or [ ] button and hold more than
2 seconds to start fast backward or fast forward
during playback. The playback speed starts at 2x,
then will increase to 4x, 8x, and 16x. Release the
button will continue playback with normal speed.
11. iPod/iPhone OPERATIONS
iPod/iPhone can be connected by using the
connector cable supplied with the iPod/iPhone, but
in this case, you can enjoy its audio sound only. To
enjoy video movies stored in the iPod/iPhone with
video displaying them on this unit, it is required to
use the special connector cable (CCA-750) separately
sold.However the new products such as iPhone 5,
iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPod touch® (5th generation)
and iPod nano® (7th generation) only can connect
LightningTM cable (no signal output). These products
cannot display video in video mode.
Note:
• This system will not operate or may operate improperly
with unsupported versions.
• For detailed information on the playable iPod/iPhone
models, see our home page: www.clarion.com
Notes on Using Apple iPod/iPhone
• Do not connect an iPod/iPhone to this unit with a
headphone connected to the iPod/ iPhone.
• After the iPod/iPhone has been connected to this
unit, the buttons of iPod are disabled for operation
in the Music mode. In the Video mode, do not
operate the buttons of iPod.
• When in the iPod mode, the screen image input
from the AUX terminal, and is output to the rear
monitor.
• When no data is present, the title display will remain
blank.
• Set the language setting of iPod/iPhone to English
before connecting your iPod/iPhone. Some
characters of the other languages may not be
displayed correctly in this system.
Precautions on Battery Consumption:
If the iPod/iPhone is connected to this unit when the
internal battery of iPod/iPhone has run down, this
function may not operate correctly. You must connect
the iPod/iPhone after charging the battery if it has run
down.
iPod Audio Menu Operations
Connect your iPod/iPhone to the USB connector.
The system will automatically detect the connected
device and the iPod Audio button will be enabled for
operation on the Main Menu screen.
Note:
1.When iOS device is connected via both USB and
Bluetooth at the same time and select iPod mode, iOS
device is controlled by USB connecton.
2. When the iPod mode and operate the audio player
or internet radio other than iPod, there is a case that
iPod doesn’t playback correctly. Please don’t operate
the audio payer or internet radio other than Pandora
when the Pandora mode.
3. During iOS device is connected by Bluetooth, and
select the iPod mode, the volume level is controlled by
only iOS device.
4. During iOS device is connected by Bluetooth, Album
jacket image is not displayed.
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The playback starts after a while, from where the iPod/
iPhone has been paused.
• When iPod/iPhone is already connected
Press the [iPod Audio] button on the Main Menu
screen. The system changes to the iPod mode, and
starts playback from the previous position.
Press MENU button on Operational Panel to return to
the Main Menu.
iPod Audio ID3 Info
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1 - Option Button
2 - Repeat Button
3 - Previous Track /Fast Backward Button
4 - Shuffle Button
5 - Next Track/Fast Forward Button
6 - ID3 Information
7 - Next Page / Previous Page Button
8 - Category List
9 - System Time
10 - REG,PTY,AF,TA,TP Status
11 - Bluetooth Status
12 - Playback Status
13 - Art Work
14 - Shortcut Button
15 - Previous Track /Fast Backward Button
16 - Progress bar
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2 - Playing List
3 - Page Turning
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1.Press the Pause [
] button to pause during
playback.
2.Press the Play [
] button again to resume
playback.
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Play/Pause Playback
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• Press [ ] or [ ] button during playback to play previous /next file.
• Pressing [ ] button starts playback from the beginning of the next track.
• Pressing [ ] button starts playback from the
beginning of the current track; when this button is
pressed again within about 5 seconds, playback
starts from the beginning of previous track.
Fast Forward /Fast Backward
Press [ ] or [ ] button and hold more than 2
seconds to start fast backward or fast forward during
playback.
Note:
*The fast forward and fast backward speed may differ
depending on the audio files.
Repeat Playback
* depend on iPod.
Press the Repeat [
] button once for Repeat Track,
twice for Repeat all, again for Repeat Off.
Shuffle Playback
1.Press the Shuffle [
] button to shuffle the tracks
in playing folder during playback.
2.Press this button again to turn off the feature.
Album Art Work
If current audio file contains album art image in ID3,
the picture will be displayed in this area.
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4 - Back to Father Folder
5 - Close the List Mode
6 - Search with the First Alphabet in Current List
iPod Audio List Mode Screen
• In the ID3 information mode screen, press the ID3
info area to switch the playing list, and in the playing
list mode screen, press the Information [ ] button
can back to the father folder. If the list is in root, press
it can close the list.
• Press the Back [ ] button can back to the father
folder. If the list is in root, press it can close the list.
• Press the Close [ ] button to close the List and
back to the ID3 information mode.
Simple Control Mode
ID3 Info Area
This area display ID3 info of playing file: song title,
artist information, album information (Genre, playlist
and release time).
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Category List
Select different category songs to play. The
category is same as the iPod/iPhone.
iPod Audio Playlist Mode Screen
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2 - Video Mode Button
• If the Simple Control is set to the On [
] in option
menu, the screen will become Simple Control Mode. It
can also display the video of iPod/iPhone regardless, it
is iPod Audio or iPod Video mode. But only “Previous
Track”、“Play/Pause” and “Next Track” can be
operated.
• Press the Video [
] button will play from iPod.
iPod Video Menu Operations
Connect your iPod/iPhone to the USB connector.
The system will automatically detect the connected
device and the iPod Video button will be enabled for
operation on the Main Menu screen.
• When an iPod/iPhone is already connected
Skipping a Track (Simple Control Mode)
Press the [ ] or [ ] button during playback. Tracks
are skipped, as many times as the button is pressed,
and playback starts.
• Pressing the [ ] button starts playback from the
beginning of the next track.
• Pressing the [ ] button starts playback from the
beginning of the current track.
When this button is pressed again within about 5
seconds, playback starts from the beginning of the
previous track.
Note: in Simple Control Mode, the best way is to control
the iPod just on iPod.
Touch the [iPod Video] button on the Main Menu
screen. The system changes to the iPod Video mode,
and starts playback from the previous position.
Press [MENU] button on Operational Panel to return
to the Main Menu.
• Viewing video data in the iPod/iPhone (only for the
iPod/iPhone with video features)
When you connect an iPod/iPhone with video features
by using the optional connector cable for iPod/iPhone
with video, you can enjoy the video data and slide
show data stored in the iPod/iPhone and show them
on the display of this unit (and the rear monitor if
connected).
iPod Video ID3 Mode Screen
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2 - Repeat Button
3 - Play/Pause Button
4 - Next Track Button
5 - Playing File Title
6 - Next Page / Previous Page Button
7 - Category List
8 - System Time
9 - REG,PTY,AF,TA,TP Status
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10 - Bluetooth Status
11 - Playback Status
12 - Art Work
13 - Shortcut Button
14 - Progress Bar
15 - Previous Track Button
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Play/Pause Playback
1.Press the Pause [
] button to pause during
playback.
2.Press the Play [
] button again to resume
playback.
Switch to Previous/Next File
• Press [ ] or [ ] button during playback to play
previous /next file.
• Pressing [ ] button starts playback from the
beginning of the next track.
• Pressing [ ] button starts playback from the
beginning of the current track.
Repeat Playback
* The repeat set as the factory default is depend on
iPod/iPhone.
Press the Repeat [
] button once for “Repeat
One”, again for “Repeat All”, again for “Repeat Off”.
This operation is same as this in iPod Audio mode.
iPod Video Play Mode Screen
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ID3 Info Area
The area is display the title of the playing file.
Category List
Select different category videos to play. The
category is same as the iPod/iPhone.
iPod Video List Mode Screen
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This operation is same as this in iPod Audio mode.
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1 - Previous Track /Fast Backward Button
2 - Play/Pause Button
3 - Next Track/Fast Forward Button
4 - Progress Bar
5 - Menu List Button
6 - Repeat Button
7 - System Time
8 - REG,PTY,AF,TA,TP Status
9 - Bluetooth Status
10- Playback Info
Play/Pause Playback
1.Press the Pause [
] button to pause during
playback.
2.Press the Play [
] button again to resume
playback.
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Switch to Previous/Next Track
• Press [ ] or [ ] button during playback to play previous /next track.
• Pressing [ ] button starts playback from the beginning of the next track.
• Pressing [ ] button starts playback from the
beginning of the current track; when this button is
pressed again within about 5 seconds, playback
starts from the beginning of previous track.
beginning of the current track.
Fast Forward /Fast Backward
Press [ ] or [ ] button and hold more than 2
seconds to start fast backward or fast forward during
playback. Release the button will continue playback
with normal speed.
Note:
*The fast forward and fast backward speed may differ
depending on the audio files.
Repeat Playback
* The repeat set as the factory default is “Repeat Off”.
Touch the Repeat [
] button once for “Repeat
One”, again for “Repeat All”, again for “Repeat Off”.
Note:
The operation in iPod video mode is same as iPod
Audio mode. Please refer to the iPod Audio Mode
operation.
Note:
• Video is not displayed when the automobile is moving.
• Image data may not be played back according to the
status of the iPod/iPhone
• The volume setting of video data is relatively lower than
audio data. Be sure to lower the volume setting before
switching to the other mode.
• Do not select the categories with no track registered
from the iPod menu screen. The iPod/iPhone may be
frozen. If the iPod/iPhone is frozen, reset the iPod/
iPhone by following the procedure described in the
instruction manual of the iPod/iPhone.
• Audio may be played back slightly out of
synchronization with video images.
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iPod Audio Bluetooth Mode
When your iPod/iPhone have connected via bluetooth
to this unit, you can also enter iPod Audio mode. The
operation is same as the normal iPod Audio mode.
Registering Your Bluetooth Audio
Player (Pairing)
Your mobile phone Bluetooth version is under 2.0.
Please input PIN code “0000”.
You can register up to 5 Bluetooth audio players.
1.Turn on the power of the Bluetooth audio player you
wish to register.
2.Press the Device [ ] icon to display the device
select screen.
Selecting the Bluetooth Audio Mode
1. Press the [Bluetooth Audio] button to select the Bluetooth Audio mode.
The system changes to the Bluetooth mode. If the connection with a Bluetooth audio player has been already established, you may select the Music function.
2. Press [MENU] button on Operational Panel to return to the Main Menu.
• When the connection with blue icon a Bluetooth
audio player has been established, the Bluetooth
[ ] icon is displayed at the top of the screen.
3.Press the [
screen.
] button to display the inquiring device
Bluetooth Audio Player Settings
You can confirm various information concerning about
the Bluetooth interface features.
1.Press the Option [ ] button to display the
information on the screen.
2.When you finish confirming the Bluetooth
information, press the Option [ ] button to return
to the previous screen.
4.Press your desired device and press the Pair
[
] button to register for the Bluetooth audio
player.
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Note:
•This system will not operate or may operate improperly
with some Bluetooth audio players.
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Some Bluetooth cellular phones have audio features,
and some portable audio players support the
Bluetooth feature. These devices will be called as
“Bluetooth audio players” in this manual. This system
can play audio data stored in a Bluetooth audio player.
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12. Bluetooth AUDIO PLAYER OPERATIONS
And select a type of this device.
Playing a Music
After the connection with a Bluetooth audio player is
established, the play mode is automatically engaged.
• When playback is not started for some devices,
press the Play/Pause [
] button manually.
Pausing Playback
1.Press the Play/Pause [
playback.
] button during
Playback Pauses
When the pairing operation completes, the registered
Bluetooth audio player is set as the current device,
after selecting the favorite icon, the display return to
the device list screen. Press the Back [
] button,
the display will return to the Bluetooth audio mode
screen.
2.To resume playback, press the Play/Pause [
button. Playback resumes.
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Skipping a Track (Searching)
3.Press the [
] or [
] button during playback.
Stopping Playback
4.Press the Stop [
] button during playback.
Tracks are stopped, press the Play/Pause [
]
button to playback from the previous position.
Show Track List
• To delete the Bluetooth audio player registration
1.Press the Trash [
] button to delete the
device.
A confirmation screen is displayed.
2.Press the Yes [
] button to confirm delete.
Selecting the Bluetooth Audio Player
To change the current Bluetooth audio player to the
other device which is already registered, perform the
following operation.
1.Press the Device [ ] icon to display the device
select screen.
2.Press the currently connected device, then press the
Disconnect [
] button to disconnect the active
device.
3.Press the desired device key you wish to use. Press
Connect [
] button to select it as your active
device. The corresponding cellular phone is set as
current telephone.
4.Press the Back [
] button to return to the
previous screen.
Controlling the Bluetooth Audio Player
Note:
• Occasionally, depending on the environment, playback
sounds may be fragmented, or switch noises may be
generated.
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5.Touch the [
] button to show the current track
list.
Touch the [
] button to show all of the lists. And
you can playback any tracks by touch the items in
the list.
You can confirm various information concerning about
the Bluetooth interface features.
1.Press the Option [
] button to display the
information on the screen.
2.Perform setting for the desired item. See the
following sections for detail.
3.When you finish confirming the Bluetooth
information, press the Option [
] key to return to
the previous screen.
Note:
•Some cellular phones may not be able to transfer the
Phone Book data to head unit.
•The Phone Book data transmission may take a long
time. The operations of sending calls are disabled
during the data transmission.
Select the BT Phone Mode
1.Press the [Telephone] button on Main Menu to
select the Bluetooth telephone mode.
The telephone screen is displayed.
• When no Bluetooth telephone connected, the BT
[ ] icon is displayed at the top of the screen.
• When the connection with a Bluetooth telephone
has been established, the BT [ ] icon and signal
level indicator are displayed at the top of the screen.
Setting Automatic Connection
The system automatically reconnects the cellular
phone after the connection is lost or the system is
restarted.
• The factory default setting is “ON”. Press the
On [
] or Off [
] button of the Automatic
Connection item in Option to set the function ON
or OFF.
Setting Automatic Answer
If a call comes in, answer automatically after
5 seconds.
• The factory default setting is “OFF”. Press the
On [
] or Off [
] button of the Automatic
Answer item in Option to set the function ON or OFF.
Setting Microphone Gain
You can adjust the input level of the microphone in
16 levels.
• Press the level indicator button of the Microphone
Gain item in Option to adjust the input level.
Note:
• The input level of the microphone can be affected by
its surroundings. Adjust the level if the person on the
other end of the telephone has a reception problem.
2.Press [MENU] button on Operational Panel to return
to the Main Menu.
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Bluetooth Telephone Settings
Owner’s Manual
When the connection with your Bluetooth cellular
phone is established, the following functions are
available on this unit:
• Listening to your telephone calls on the car
speakers.
• Answering to an incoming call.
• Making a call using the Ten-Key pad screen.
• Making a call using the Phone Book data in the
selected cellular phone.
• Making a call using the History data of the dialed/
received calls.
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Registering Your Cellular Phone
(Pairing)
You can register up to 5 cellular phones. The
registering method is the same as “Registering your
Bluetooth audio player”.
Your mobile phone Bluetooth version is under 2.0.
Please input PIN code “0000”.
1.Turn on the power of the cellular phone you wish to
register.
2.Press the Device [
] icon to display the device
select screen.
When the pairing operation completes, the
registered cellular phone is set as the current
telephone, and the display returns to the
Telephone screen.
• To delete the cellular phone registration
1.Press the Trash [
] button to delete the
device. A confirmation screen is displayed.
2.Press the Yes [
] button to confirm delete.
Select the Cellular Phone
3. Press the [
screen.
] key to display the inquiring device
To change the current cellular phone to the other
device which is already registered, perform the
following operation.
1.Press the Device [ ] icon to display the device
select screen.
2.Press the currently connected device, then press
Cut [
] button to disconnect the active device.
3. Press the desired device icon you wish to use.
Press Connect [
] button to select it as your
active device. The corresponding cellular phone is
set as the current telephone.
• If the power of the cellular phone is not turned on,
turn it on.
• The cellular phone may prompt to acknowledge the
Bluetooth connection or to enter the Pass Key code
of this unit. Perform these operations according to
the message displayed.
4.Press the Back [
] button to return to the
previous screen.
Obtaining the Phone Book Data
Sending the Phone Book data from the cellular phone
enables you to make a call using the Phone Book
function from this unit.
4.Press your desired cellular key to select the key for
the cellular phone to be registered, and press the
Pair [
] button to register for the Bluetooth
cellular phone.
• You cannot select the Cellular button of which
another cellular phone is already registered.
Select a blank Cellular button.
5. If entering the Pass Key code is prompted on your
cellular phone, enter the Pass Key code set in this
unit.
• You can change the Pass key setting of this
unit from the Bluetooth Info screen under the
Telephone Settings screen.
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Telephone Operations
Making a Call Using the Ten-Key Pad
1.Press the Dialed [ ] button to display the Ten-Key
pad screen.
2.Enter the telephone number by using the Ten-Key
pad displayed on the screen.
Note:
•Before using this function, the Phone Book data must
be sent from the cellular phone.
3.Press the Call [
] button to call the entered
number.
• The following Telephone interrupt screen is
displayed during phone call.
1.Press the Contacts [
] button to display the
Phone Book screen.
2.Press the desired name key you wish to dial.
• Flick the list up and down to scroll the list.
3.Press the Call [
] button to call the specified
number. The Telephone Interrupt screen is
displayed, and calling starts.
• When the call is finished, touch the End [
]
button to hang up.
Making a call using the History
• Press the Speaker [ ] button to talk by using the
cellular phone and canceling the hands-free function
(Private Mode). To return to the hands-free mode,
press the Speaker [ ] button again.
• Press the Mute [ ] button to mute the microphone.
Now you can hear the other side, but the other side
cannot hear your side.
• Press the Hold [ ] button to hold the current phone
call, now you can answer to the other incoming call.
Press again to talk with previous call
If during a call with a third-party call, you can keep
the current call to answer a third party or hang up
the current call to answer a third party. You can also
ignore the third-party calls.
4.When the call is finished, press the End [
button to hang up.
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Note:
•Depending on some special cellular phone, the
Telephone Interrupt screen may be closed and the
connection with this system may be disconnected
when entering the Private mode.
The system will memorize the Dialed/Received calls
record data in the memory. You can confirm it and use
it to make a call from this unit.
1.Press the Dialed [ ] button. The History List
screen is displayed.
• The items are sorted by Dialed, Missed and
Received calls.
• Flick the list up and down to scroll the list.
2.Press the desired History item key you wish to dial.
3.Press the Call [
] button to call the specified
number. The Telephone Interrupt screen is
displayed, and calling starts.
• When the call is finished, press the End [
]
button to hang up.
Answering to an Incoming Call
When a call comes in, the following telephone interrupt
screen appears.
You can answer to the incoming call on this system by
the following operation.
1.Press the Call [
] button to answer the call.
2.When the call is finished, press the End [
]
button to hang up.
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•Only the Phone Book items with at least one telephone
number registered in the captured Phone Book data
are displayed on the Phone Book screen.
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You can use the Phone Book data obtained from the
cellular phone to make a call from this unit.
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Making a Call Using the Phone Book
14.TUNER OPERATIONS
The tuner in this head unit contains RDS
(Radio Data System) in FM band.
Recalling a Preset Station
Listening to the Tuner
1. Press the [Tuner] button on the Main menu to
display the tuner mode.
2. Press the [FM1/FM2/FM3/AM] button to select the band. Each time the button is pressed, the radio reception band changes in the following order: FM1->FM2->FM3->AM -> FM1...
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1.Press the [FM1/FM2/FM3/AM] button to select the
desired band (FM or AM) on the tuner.
2.Press the preset station (1 to 6) on Preset List.
Manual Memory
1.Press the desired band key to select the band you
wish to store.
2.Tune to a station you want to store using the seek
tuning, step tuning, or preset tuning.
3.Press and hold the desired preset button you want
to store for about 2 seconds.
RDS Function Setting
Press the Option [
] to set the RDS operation.
note:
The RDS operation does not work during AM radio
reception.
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4
1. Option Button
2. Preset Scan Button
3. Seek Down
4. Seek Up
5. Frequencies Scroll Display
6. System Time
7. REG,PTY,AF,TA,TP Status
8. Bluetooth Status
9. Preset List
10. Frequencies and Channels Display
11. DX/Local Display
12. Band Button
13. PS and PTY Name
14. Shortcut Button
15. Radio Text Display
Seek Tuning
1.Press the [FM1/FM2/FM3/AM] button to select the
radio band (FM or AM).
2. Press the [ ] or [ ] button
• When Press the [ ] button, the station is searched
in the direction of higher frequency.
• When Press the [ ] button, the station is searched
in the direction of lower frequency.
Step Tuning
1.Press the [FM1/FM2/FM3/AM] button to select the
radio band (FM or AM).
2.Press the [ ] or [ ] button in frequency menu to
tune up or down the step by step.
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1. TA (Traffic Announcement) Function
When a traffic announcement broadcast starts during
the TA standby mode, the traffic announcement
broadcast is received as higher priority regardless of
the current function mode, so you can listen to it. The
Traffic Program (TP) automatic tuning is also available.
Setting TA Standby Mode
Turn TA switch to ON, TA standby mode is set and
“TA” will be displayed at the top of the screen.
When an RDS broadcast station with traffic
announcement program is received, “TP” will be
displayed at the top of the screen.
Note: If no TP station is received this system continues
the search operation. Performing the above procedure
again makes the “TA” turns to off, and stops TP
station searching.
Canceling a Traffic Announcement
Broadcast
Press the [Cancel] button while a Traffic
Announcement broadcast is being received. The
Traffic Announcement broadcast reception is
canceled, and the system goes into the TA standby
mode.
Canceling TA Standby Mode
When “TA” is displayed on the screen, turn TA switch
to OFF, “TA” on the screen goes off, and the TA
standby mode is canceled.
Volume Setting of TA
The volume of TA can be set during TA interruption.
2. AF (Alternative Frequency) Function
The AF function switches to a different frequency
on the same network in order to maintain optimum
reception.
3. REG (Regional Program) Function
When the REG function is ON, the optimum regional
station can be received. When this function is OFF, if
the regional station area is switched as you drive, a
regional station for that region is received.
Note:
This function is disabled when a national station such
as BBC R2 is being received.
The REG function ON/OFF setting is enabled only
when the AF function is ON.
Notes:
1. After auto store, the previous stored stations will be
overwritten.
2. The unit has 4 bands, but FM3 and AM can store by
AS function.
Switching ON/OFF the REG Function
Turn REG switch to ON/OFF, REG function turns to
ON/OFF. When the REG function is ON, “REG” will be
displayed at the top of the screen.
4. PTY (Program Type) Function
This function enables you to listen to a broadcast of
the specified program type when the broadcast starts,
even if the system operates in a mode other than the
Tuner mode.
Some countries do not yet have PTY broadcast.
In the TA standby mode, a Traffic Announcement
broadcast station has priority over a PTY broadcast
station.
Preset Scan
Turn PTY switch to ON, PTY standby mode is set and
“PTY” will be displayed at the top of the screen.
The Preset Scan receives the stations stored in the
preset memory in order. This function is useful when
searching for the desired station in memory.
1.Press the [FM1/FM2/FM3/AM] Button to select the
desired band. (FM or AM)
2.Press the Preset Scan [
] button to start the
Preset Scan.
The head unit starts scanning each station for playing
10 seconds sequentially. But the received station
is not a valid station, the scanning time is only 2
seconds.
3.When the desired station is tuned in, press the
Preset Scan [
] button again to keep in that
station.
Canceling PTY Standby Mode
Mode Setting
When “PTY” is displayed on the screen, turn PTY
switch to OFF, “PTY” on the screen goes off, and the
PTY standby mode is canceled.
The DX / Local setting changes the tuner sensitivity in
order to separate closely spaced stations. This feature
is useful in areas that have many radio stations in
close proximity.
1.Press the Local [
] button to switch to local
tuner sensitivity.
2.Press the DX [
] button to switch to DX tuner
sensitivity.
Selecting PTY
Press the Program [
] button, the list of PTY
program is displayed.
Flick and press your desired PTY program button, you
can select PTY program.
Press the Back [
] button to return to previous
screen.
Setting PTY Standby Mode
PTY Seek
Press the Seek [ ] button, seek starts to find the
selected PTY program.
5. Emergency Broadcast
If an emergency broadcast is received, all the function
mode operations are stopped. “Alarm” appears on the
screen and the emergency broadcast can be heard.
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The Auto Store is a function for storing up to 6 stations
that are automatically searched in sequentially. If the
number of receivable stations cannot reach to 6, the
previous stored station remains.
1.Press the [FM1/FM2/FM3/AM] button to select the
desired band. (FM or AM)
2.Press the Option [ ] button, and then press the
Start [
] button to start the Auto Store.
The station with good reception are stored
automatically to the preset list.
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Auto Store
Turn AF switch to ON/OFF, AF function turns to
ON/OFF. When the AF function is ON, “AF” will be
displayed at the top of the screen.
If the reception of the current broadcast station
deteriorates durably, “AF” indication will blink, and
this unit searches for the same program on another
frequency.
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Switching ON/OFF the AF Function
15. DAB OPERATIONS
Note:
1. DAB is not broadcast everywhere.
2. This content is optional. If you connect DAB unit, you can use.
3. DAB unit is sold separately.
13. PresetList/ServiceList/PTYList Switch Button
14. Preset number/Channel number/Service number/
FM Link display
15. DAB Band Button
16. Srevice List Update Button
17. Service Link Mode Button
18. Soft Version Display
Notes:
Seek Tuning
If DAB doesn’t work normally, please check the
connection to DAB unit.
You can tune to the Ensemble and select the Service
which is currently broadcast.
1. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to tune to previous or next ensemble station manually step by step.
2. Long press the [ ] or [ ] button to seek and tune to previous or next available ensemble station.
3. Press [ ] or [ ] button to select and tune to previous or next Service in current Ensemble.
Listening to the DAB
1. Touch the [DAB] button on the Main Menu . The
DAB mode screen is displayed.
2. Press the [DAB1/DAB2/DAB3] button to select the
DAB band. Each time the button is pressed, the
DAB reception band changes in the following order:
DAB1->DAB2->DAB3->DAB1 -> DAB2...
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Notes:
Total number and the current service number of the
current Ensemble is displayed just below the Ensemble
frequency display, as in the way “1/16”.
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Preset List/Service List Display
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3
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1. DAB Information Display
2. Option Button(Open/Close)
3. Preset Scan Button
4. Previous Ensemble/Seek Button
5. Next Ensemble/Seek Button
6. Previous Service in Current Ensemble Button
7. Next Service in Current Ensemble Button
8. List Page Down Button
9. List Page Up Button
10. System Time
11. REG,PTY,AF,TA,TP Status
12. Bluetooth Status
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You can select the list from Preset List, Ensemble List
or PTY List.
1. Press the [
] button to select the list you want to display.
2. When you select “Preset”, the list area displays preset services for each DAB Band. If you press service in the list, you can listen to respective service in this list. If you press and hold in the list, you can store current service in this list.
Preset List will not be changed by Service Scan operation.
3. When you select “Ensemble”, the list area displays Ensemble list which were stored by Service Scan. By selecting each Ensemble in the list, it will show the Services in this Ensemble. If you select “ALL Service”, you can see all Services in all Ensembles. To go back to Ensemble list just press “back” button.
4. When you select “PTY”, the list area displays PTY category list from NEWS, SPORT, CULTURE, POP and OTHERS. By selecting each PTY in the list, it will show the Services in this PTY category. If you select “ALL Service”, you can see all Services in all PTY categories. To go back to Ensemble list just touch “back” button.
Note:
If you want to update the services in Ensemble list and
PTY list with current broadcasting, please perform
Service Scan.
2. Press the On button to switch on.
Press the Off button to switch off.
Notes:
If the service is linked to the FM station, the FM indicator
will be turned on.
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When you want to update the list with the current
services in Ensemble List or PTY List, please perform
Service Scan.
1.Press the Option [ ] button to display option
menu.
2.In Option, press the [Start] button.
3. Press the [OK] button to start updating the service list, press the [Cancel] button to cancel this operation then back to previous menu.
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Service Scan
4.When scanning the services, this image will display.
Notes:
After service scan, currently available services will be
updated in the Ensemble List and PTY List.
DAB Band
When press the Preset Scan Button,the Band will
change as DAB1->DAB2->DAB3->DAB1···
Preset Scan
Preset Scan tunes to the Services stored in the preset
list in order.
1.Press the [DAB1/2/3] Button to select the desired
band.
2.Press the Preset Scan [
] button to start the
Preset Scan.
The head unit starts scanning each station for
playing10 seconds sequentially.
3.When the desired station is tuned in, touch the
Preset Scan [
] button again to keep in the
station.
Service Link setting
You can select Service Link mode from On or Off. If
this setting is set to ON, and current Service signal
gets weak, it is to be linked to the service with better
signal.
1. Press the Option [
] button to open option menu display.
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16. HDMI MODE
Wire Connection of HDMI
iPhone 4, iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c can be connected by using the connector cable supplied with
iPhone 4, iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c and HDMI cable (sold in the market) and digital Av adapter.
Note:
The following is part of the wiring example.
Depending on the device, there is a case to connect to the device directly with the CCA-771.
Depending on the adapter or device, there is a case that the audio noise and video noise is generated.
(1) Connection with the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s
iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s
HDMI cable sold in the market
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Apple Genuine 30pin cable
Apple Genuine
30pin-Digital AV adapter
(2) Connection with the iPhone 5, iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c
iPhone 5, iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c
HDMI cable sold in the market
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Apple Genuine Lightning TM
cable
Apple Genuine
Lightning-Digital AV adapter
(3) Connection with the Android phone
Android phone
Micro USB cable sold in the market
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HDMI cable sold in the
market
(4) Connec on with the equipment with HDMI output
HDMI cable sold in the
market
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MHL adaptor sold
in the market
Electronic devices with HDMI output
Select DISP source
Touch the HDMI menu button, then appear the screen
of the connected device.
Press DISP button to display the HDMI video screen .
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Select HDMI source
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This HDMI mode is only indicate the
screen of the iPhone, Android. Can‘t
operate by the touch screen of VX404E
Note:
Depending on the application and model of the
mobile phone, there is the case that black frame
appears around the screen.
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17. AUX
External peripheral devices, including a game console, camcorder, navigation unit, iPod/iPhone, etc. can be
connected to the AUX connector on the front or back of this unit using the A/V media cables.
Switching to AUX IN
Touch [AUX1] /[AUX2] button on Main Menu to select desired mode (when unit is reading). If the external device
connected to AUX input have audio signal, the unit will broadcast audio of external device. Press Menu button on
Operational Panel to return to the Main Menu.
You cannot directly control external devices connected to AUX input.
18. CAMERA INPUT OPERATIONS
Switching to Camera mode
Touch [Camera] button on Main Menu.
The LCD will display the external camera video. The screen will display “No Video Signal” message, if a valid
camera is not connect to this head unit.
Press MENU button on Operational Panel to return to the Main Menu.
Note:
If the reverse cable is connected correctly to the car, the unit goes to camera mode automatically when the car is in
reverses.
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1. Touch the button to access the front source.
2. Touch the button to close the rear source.
Multi-Zone Operation
Independent sources can be played simultaneously
on the unit. For example, a FM/AM console can be
playback on the front screen while DVD video is
available to rear passengers. But now can’t select
DVD video in front.
Access Rear-Zone
DVD Video Rear Source Control Info
Mode
1. Touch the Rear button on Main Menu to access the
Rear Source.
2. Select a source to play.
Exit Rear-Zone
Touch the 2-Zone off button to close the Rear Source.
Note:
1. If the source is selected as the front, the source in
rear can’t be selected.
2. If the source is selected as the rear, the source in
front can’t be selected.
3. Touch the Front button to access the main menu but
not close the Rear Source.
Touch BACK button to return.
DVD Video Rear Source Control Direct
Mode
DVD Video in Rear
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NOTE: More detail please refer to DVD Video Front
source.
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1 -Option button
2 -Show Cursor keys
3 -Previous Chapter /Fast Backward button
4 -Play/Pause button
5 -Next Chapter /Fast Forward button
6 -Elapsed playing time
7 -Menu List button
8 -Front/Rear button
If the screen displays Rear Source, touch Front/Rear
button to switch to Front Source.
If the screen displays Front Source, touch Front/Rear
button to switch to Rear Source.
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If a monitor is installed in the rear zone and connected
to the rear zone AV output, passengers in the back
seat can watch the DVD/iPod Video/AUX1/ AUX2
video separately from front source.
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iPod Video Rear Source ID3 Mode
AUX1
AUX2
iPod Video in Rear
iPod Video Rear Source Control Play
Mode
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4
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6
1 - Previous Track /Fast Backward button
2 - Play/Pause button
3 - Next Track/Fast Forward button
4 - Progress bar
5 - Menu List button:
Press the Menu button to display the iPod Video Rear Source mode screen.
6 - Repeat button:
Same as iPod function of front source
7 - Front/Rear button
If the screen displays Rear Source, touch to switch to Front Source.
If the screen displays Front Source, touch to switch to Rear Source.
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NOTE:
If the source is selected as the front, the source in rear
can’t be selected.
If the source is selected as the rear, the source in front
can’t be selected.
Touch the Front button to access the front main menu
but the rear source will keep running.
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20. SETTING OPERATIONS
Touch [
] button on the Main menu screen.
The Setting menu screen will be displayed.
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General Setup Menu
Time: Set system clock.
24-Hour Format: Set the time display mode.
Beep: Turn on or turn off the beep confirmation sound.
Bluetooth: Set the Bluetooth On or Off.
Wallpaper: Choose the desired wallpaper.
There are three optional images, which you can import
from USB. Select “Imported 1/2/3” and touch [Import].
The format should be jpeg of less than 5M bytes.
Illumi Color: Set the illumination color on the panel.
Input Aux Sense: AUX input switch, including Low,
Middle, High.
System Language: Set the Language for system
screen.
Shortcut Menu: Select from shortcut menu and drag
it to left side area.
DivX® Registration: Display the information about
DivX® registration.
Tel Speaker: There are two options, Left and Right.
For example, if current setting is Right, when BT
phone is coming in, only right speaker can hear the
phone.
Version: Display the software version information.
Video Setup Menu
This menu includes: DVD Wide Screen Mode,
Dimmer and Dimmer Mode.
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DVD Wide Screen Mode: Set the DVD wide screen
mode On or Off.
Dimmer: Set Dimmer value from 0 to 20.
Dimmer Mode: There are three options, Day, Night
and Auto.
Audio Setup Menu
This menu include: Set Password, Parental Control,
Audio Language, Subtitle Language, PTY Language,
Blinking LED, Screen Calibration and Factory Default.
Set Password: Set the password for DVD parental
control.
Parental Control: Set the rating of the age. It contains
Kid Safe/G/PG/PG- 13/PG-R/R/NC- 17/Adult.
Audio Language: Set the Language for DVD Audio.
Subtitle Language: Set the Language for DVD subtitle.
PTY Language: Set the Language for PTY text.
Blinking LED: Set blinking LED On or Off.
Screen Calibrate: The function of it is to select the TS
Calibrate YES or NO.
Factory Default: The function is to select to load
factory default or not.
This menu includes: Balance, Fader, Beat EQ,
Subwoofer Ctrl, Subwoofer Phase, High Pass Filter,
Low Pass Filter and Magna Bass EX.
Balance: Choose the desired volume for left and right
speaker.
Fader: Choose the desired volume for front and rear
speaker.
Beat EQ: Choose the desired mode: Bass Boost,
Impact, Excite, Custom and OFF.
Subwoofer Ctrl: Choose the desired subwoofer gain
from 0 to 14.
Subwoofer Phase: Choose the Subwoofer Phase
normal or reverse.
High Pass Filter: Choose the frequency about the
high pass filter or enable. The frequencies include
60Hz, 90Hz and 120Hz.
Low Pass Filter: Choose the frequency about the low
pass filter or enable. The frequencies include 60Hz,
90Hz and 120Hz.
Magna Bass EX: Choose the loudness On or Off.
Set the Anti-Theft code
Others Setup Menu
If the anti-theft code is lost or forgotten, a charge will
be incurred at the owner’s expense by a Clarion service
station to unlock the VX404E.
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1.If your unit is unlocked, hold the [
] button
more than 2 seconds, then the Anti-Theft setting
mode will display. Users can change anti-theft
code.
Touch [YES] button, the numerical keypad is
displayed. Enter the new password twice, then antitheft code is set and your unit is secured.
When the Anti-theft is “On”, you need enter correct
Anti-theft code to turn the unit on. If you enter
wrong code three times, the unit is locked, and must
be unlocked by the professionals.
2. If your unit is secured, hold the [
] button more
than 2 seconds, then the Anti-Theft setting mode
will display. The numerical keypad is displayed,
enter the right code to unlock.
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21. TROUBLESHOOTING
GENERAL
Power does not turn on. (No
sound is produced.)
Nothing happens when buttons
are pressed.
Display is not accurate.
The remote control unit does
not work.
Cause
Measure
Incorrect wiring.
Consult your installation center.
Fuse is blown.
The microprocessor has
malfunctioned due to noise,
etc.
Direct rays of the sun fall on
the light-receptive part of the
remote control unit.
The battery of the remote
control unit is dead or there is
no battery in the remote control
unit.
Replace with a fuse of the
same amperage. If the fuse
blows again, consult your store
of purchase.
Press the reset button with a
thin rod.
Note:
When the Reset button is
pressed, turn off the ACC
power.
* When the Reset button is
pressed, frequencies of radio
stations, titles, etc. stored in
memory are cleared.
When direct rays of the sun fall
on the light-receptive part of
the remote control unit, it may
not work.
Check the battery of the remote
control unit.
DVD PLAYER
Problem
Disc cannot be loaded.
Sound skips or is noisy.
Sound is bad directly after
power is turned on.
Video images are not
displayed.
Disc cannot play with
the display “PARENTAL
VIOLATION” shown.
Cause
Measure
There is foreign matter already
in the disc slot.
Remove the foreign matter, or
consult a service station.
A disc is already loaded.
Disc is dirty.
Disc is heavily scratched or
warped.
Condensation may form on the
internal lens when the car is
parked in a humid place.
The parking brake is not
engaged.
Feature exceeds set parental
level.
Eject the disc before loading
the new one.
Clean the disc with a soft cloth.
Replace with a disc in good
condition.
Let dry for about 1 hour with the
power on.
Check that the parking brake is
engaged.
Release the view limitation or
change the parental level.
See the subsection “Setting up
the parental level”
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Problem
USB/SD DEVICE
Problem
USB/SD device cannot be
inserted.
USB/SD device is not
recognized.
Cause
Measure
The USB/SD connector is
broken.
Replace with a new USB/SD
device.
The USB/SD device has been
inserted with wrong direction.
The USB/SD device is
damaged.
Connectors are loose.
No sound heard with the
display “NO FILE” shown.
No MP3/WMA file is stored in
the USB/SD device.
The video image of iPod/
iPhone is disturbed.
The TV Signal setting of the
iPod/iPhone is not set correctly.
Sound skips or is noisy.
MP3/WMA files are not
encoded properly.
Reversing the connection
direction of the USB/SD device,
try it again.
Disconnect the USB/SD device
and reconnect. If the device
is still not recognized, try
replacing with a different USB/
SD device.
Store these files properly in the
USB/SD device.
Use MP3/WMA files encoded
properly.
Set the TV Signal setting
(NTSC/PAL) of the iPod/iPhone
correctly.
Bluetooth
Problem
Cannot pair the Bluetooth
enable device with the car
audio system.
The audio quality is poor after
connection with a Bluetooth
enabled device.
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Cause
Measure
The Bluetooth function of the
device is not enabled.
Refer to the user manual of the
device for how to enable the
function.
The device does not support
the profiles required for the
system.
The Bluetooth reception is
poor.
Use another device to connect.
Move the device closer to the
car audio system or remove
any obstacle between the
device and the system.
Measure
The image is not displayed.
The parking brake is not
engaged.
Check that the parking brake is
engaged.
The operating condition is not
good.
The temperature inside the
vehicle may be 0°C or lower. Set
to an appropriate temperature
(25°C or so) and check it again.
The display is dark.
The Dimmer control is too low.
The headlight of the vehicle
is lit.
There are red, green, and blue
points in display.
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Adjust the Dimmer properly.
The display is made dark
at night to prevent the glare
(When the headlight of the
vehicle is lit in the daytime, the
display gets dark). Adjust the
Dimmer properly.
This is not a failure, but a
phenomenon peculiar to a
liquid crystal panel (The liquid
crystal panel is produced
according to technology with
very high precision. Note that,
though there are effective
pixels of 99.99% or more, pixel
missing or normally lit pixels
account for 0.01%).
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22. ERROR DISPLAY
If an error occurs, one of the following displays is displayed.
Take the measures described below to solve the problem.
DVD PLAYER
Display
Cause
Measure
BAD DISC
A disc cannot be played due to
scratches, etc.
Replace with a non-scratched,
non-warped disc.
BAD DISC
BAD DISC
PARENTAL VIOLATION
Disc Region incorrect
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A disc is caught inside the DVD
deck and is not ejected.
A disc is loaded upside- down
inside the DVD deck and does
not play.
Parental level error
Region code error
This is a failure of DVD deck’s
mechanism and consult your
store of purchase.
Eject the disc then reload it
properly.
Set the correct Parental level.
Eject the disc, and replace
correct region code disc.
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23. SPECIFICATIONS
Bluetooth
Frequency Range: 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz
Specification: Bluetooth Ver 2.1+EDR
Usable Sensitivity: 8 dBµV
Profile: HFP1.5(Hands Free Profile)
Stereo Separation: 25 dB (1 kHz)
HSP1.0 (Headset Profile)
Frequency Response: 30 Hz to 14 kHz
A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
AVRCP1.2,1.3,1.4 (AV Remote Control Profile)
AM Tuner
PBAP (Phone Book Access Profile)
Frequency Range: 531 kHz to 1,602 kHz
SPP (Serial Port Profile)
Usable Sensitivity: 30 dBµV
Power Class: 2
DVD Player System
USB
Digital Versatile Disc System with CDDA capable
Specification: USB 1.1/2.0 (FS)
Usable discs:
Playable Audio format:
DVD video disc, Compact disc
MP3,WMA,AAC,FLAC
Frequency Response: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Playable Video format:
Signal/Noise Ratio: 93 dbA
AVI,MP4,MPG/MPEG,3gp
Distortion: 0.05%
Video system: NTSC/PAL
SD
Memory cards: micro SD/SDHC
Audio/Video Input
File system: FAT, FAT16, FAT32
Audio input voltage: ≤ 2 Vrms
Playable audio format:
Video input voltage: 1.0 Vp-p@75
MP3,WMA,AAC,FLAC
Audio input sensitivity (at 2 V output)
Playable video format:
High: 325 mVrms
AVI,MP4,MPG/MPEG,3GP
Mid: 650 mVrms
Low: 1.3 Vrms
General
Power source voltage:
Audio/Video output
Video output voltage: 1.0 Vp-p @75
Screen Size: 6.2” wide type
Pixels: 1,152,000
Resolution: 800 x 480 x 3 (RGB)
14.4 VDC (10.8 to 15.6 V allowable)
Ground: Negative
Current consumption: 4.0 A @1 W
Auto Antenna Rated Current: 500 mA less
Audio Amplifier
Maximum power output: 180W (45W x 4)
Speaker impedance: 4Ω (4 to 8Ω allowable)
Output power: 4 x 25W DIN 45324, +B=14.4V
Note:
• Specifications and design are subject
to change without notice for further
improvement.
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FM Tuner
172mm
1 0 0 mm
165mm
1 7 8 mm
VX404E dimensions:
VX404E weight: 2.2 kg
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24. WIRE CONNECTION GUIDE
Owner’s Manual
Note:
• Before installing, be sure to disconnect the negative cable of the car battery.
• In the optional devices, the RCA cables and the Connector cables are separately-sold
items.
• When connect the HDMI cable, be sure to fix with the HDMI cable holder.
DAB404E
VX404E
HDMI cable holder
HDMI CABLE
Refer to
page 56
Black
AUX2 AUDIO IN RCH
AUX2 VIDEO IN
AUX2 AUDIO IN LCH
CAMERA
SWI
VIDEO OUT
REAR LCH
SUBWOOFER 2
REAR RCH
SUBWOOFER 1
Gray
Black
Gray
White
Red
Red White White White Red
Red White Yellow
Black
Red
Yellow Yellow
Front Rear Front Rear
Right Right Left
Left
50
Rear Vision Camera
For Rear zone
VX404E
55
Yellow
BACKUP
15A
Black
GND
ILLUMI
Orange/White
AUTO ANT
Blue
ACC
Red
PHONE INT
Brown
Purple/White
Parking brake safety
!!!!Warning!!!!
for complete operation
Grass-green
device must be connected
Blue/White REMOTE
Purple/Black
PARKING
REVERCE
RRRR+
Purple
Gray/Black
FR-
Gray
FR+
White
FL+
White/Black
Green
Green/Black
FLRL+
RL-
Note:
*1: Connecting the PHONE MUTE terminal
It will mute the audio if the lead receives a negative or ground signal.
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