Rosen | DS-UN0810 | Operating instructions | Rosen DS-UN0810 Operating instructions

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In-Dash Multi-Media /
Navigation System
High resolution, touch-screen LCD display
Navigation includes text-to-speech voice and visual turn-by-turn
directions, 5 Million+ Points-Of-Interest library, 3D route and building views
for major cities, plus 3 language options (English, Spanish, French-Canadian)
Play DVD movies, audio CDs or discs with MP3 music files
AM-FM stereo tuner with 24 station presets (18 FM, 6 AM)
Bluetooth Hands-Free interface with built-in microphone
iPodTM interface
XM Satellite Radio ready
Supports the vehicle’s steering wheel controls
USB & SD Card ports for multi-media playback (SD on some models)
Back-Up Camera and/or sensor ready
Dual Zone interface for optional rear seat displays
Custom DVD Splash Screen capable
System Features
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- IMPORTANT More detailed system operating instructions
are located in the Owner’s Manuals
Figure 1.
Touch the right side of the screen and icons
will appear. Touch “+” or “-” to adjust screen
Adjust Screen Angle to Load Disc
Controls & Basic Operations
from any improper or unintended use.
Rosen Entertainment Systems disclaims any liability for
any bodily injury or property damage that might result
Some features of Rosen Entertainment Systems are not intended for viewing by the
driver when the vehicle is in motion, such as movie playback. When using navigation,
minimize the amount of time spent viewing the screen and use voice prompts as
much as possible. Avoid prolonged use of the touch screen controls. Such use might
distract the driver or interfere with the driver’s safe operation of the vehicle, and thus
result in serious injury or death. Such use might also violate state or local laws.
Press repeatedly to cycle through
DVD and USB Modes.
Enter/Exit Navigation Mode (navigation can only be exited by pressing
this button).
8 When in DVD/CD or iPodTM Mode,
press to Pause or Play.
5 Mini USB for external media device.
4 Photo sensor used for auto-dimming.
1112 When in Radio Mode, press to play
Press to turn system ON/OFF. Press
again to set display to Night Mode.
Press again to turn display OFF.
CD/DVD/MP3 Disc Slot.
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SD Card Slot (for multimedia only)
SD Card Slot (for navigation only).
System reset (if required). Use a
paper clip (or similar) to press.
the Next/Previous Preset station.
Press and hold to scan for stations.
When in DVD or iPodTM Mode,
press to select the Next/Previous
songs or chapter.
Volume Up
Volume Down
Figure 3.
1 Eject button for DVD Mode.
Control Button Details (as shown in Figure 2-3.)
Functions Located Behind LCD Display
buttons to adjust the
Auxiliary Input
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Figure 4.
System Setup
AM/FM Radio
XM Radio
Figure 5.
Volume Down - /Volume Up +
For detailed information of these functions, please refer to the “User’s Manual”.
to enter Main Menu.
The Main Menu includes TV, Bluetooth, iPodTM,
Radio, XM, DVD, AV, Navigation and Setup.
Main Menu
volume (Figure 4.).
ON/OFF Button
button to turn the system ON/OFF
Volume Adjustment
Press the
(Figure 4).
Vehicle ignition must be On or in ACC Mode to
operate system.
Turn System On/Off
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Initial Touch Screen Calibration
You may need to calibrate the touch screen when the system is first used. To do this, enter the
Navigation Mode immediately after you turn the system on. Follow the Information screens as
For Complete Operating Instructions
Please refer to the Rosen Navigation User’s Manual to find complete instructions on the operation
and many features of the Rosen Navigation System.
Before operating your Rosen Navigation system, please carefully read and follow the
instructions provided in the “Safety Information and Precautions”
located on Page 14 of this Quick Start Guide.
Rosen Navigation uses Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites, and a digital roadway map database to calculate and display travel directions. The system’s GPS antenna receives signals from
a constellation of 24 satellites orbiting the earth and uses the strongest of signals, to determine
your position to within meters.
Introduction to Your Rosen Navigation
Rosen Navigation provides turn-by-turn visual and voice assistance to direct you to your selected
destination. It quickly calculates step-by-step directions to any destination available on the included navigation map.
Glance at the screen only when necessary and safe to do so. Let the computer voice guide you. If
prolonged viewing is necessary, pull off the road to a safe location.
Before using the Rosen Navigation software, read this entire manual. Make sure that you are
familiar with the system’s features and know how to operate the system.
Select to
display the
map view
Edit or cancel a route in progress
Set preferences for routing, map, screen, navigation and more
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Organize or select saved routes or Points-Of-Interest
Pick a destination for routing
Select this Option to...
Main Menu
Main Menu Option
The Attention screen is displayed each
time the system is turned ON as a reminder
to make use of the navigational aids in a
safe manner.
Warning Screen
Note: Please refer to the User’s Manual for additional information and warning on the proper
use of the Rosen Navigation product.
When the Rosen Navigation software starts, you will see the reminder warning to use your
Rosen Navigation software safely and lawfully.
Start Up/Main Menu
Horizon up/down adjustment for 3D view
Zoom the map view in
and out
Select state name
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Display menu, jump to Main
Switch map display between
2D and 3D views.
Select this Option to...
Return to
current GPS
Return to navi
Opens cursor menu
To avoid delays or
change route
2D/3D map view
Touch here to bring
up arrow and 3D
Enter street address number
Enter street name
Select from previously used city
Select from previously used city
3 screen view options can modify
toyour preference
Map View Screens
Select this Option to...
posted HWY
Next turn street
or HWY
GPS strength
and quick
menu option
Indicates distance
to and direction of
next turn
Previous screen
Find Address Screen
Locate POI by your current satellite location
Find POI around your final destination
Find POI along your current route
Around Cursor
Around GPS Position
Around Destination
Along Route
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NOTE: Once you have selected your POI Menu Option and entered the
requested data, the screen will switch to the POI Category Screen.
Find POI by state, city and address
Find POI by a cursor or location you have selected
Around Address
Select this Option to...
POI Menu Option
Points of Interest Screen
For further explanations of screen options,
press the Help button located on the lower
Right Hand side of screen (if shown).
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Information on
maps and licenses
Enable and disable
driving warnings
such as speeding
Set connection to
TMC receiver (if
Change settings for
language, voice,
time, etc.
Set how the system
Modify look and
behavior of menu
Screen 2
Route settings
Fine tune the
appearance of the
map screen
You may customize the Rosen Navigation software to your own preferences. Select Settings
from the Navigation Menu. You have 8 user preference categories shown on 2 screens, the
second located by pressing the right arrow
. In each of the 8 user preference categories,
there are numerous options that can be changed.
Screen 1
Set-Up Menu
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(Figure 8.) if you desire the systems Bluetooth
feature to automatically detect your cell phone when the
vehicle and system are turned on.
Open the Bluetooth function of your cell
phone and enable the Bluetooth device search function.
“Pairing” will be displayed on the screen. After the
connection succeeds, your cell phone will display (Rosen).
Connect to the device by entering the password (1234). The
system will indicate “Linking” and then “Connected.” When
your phone is connected its name will be displayed on the unit.
Pairing Your Phone
To Exit: From Bluetooth screen (Figure 6)
touch “EXIT” button in the
upper left hand corner.
To Enter: From Main Menu (Figure 6.)
touch the
Figure 8.
Figure 7.
Figure 6.
Note: Bluetooth modules and software of cell-phones vary by brand and date of manufacture.
Some functions may be different or not compatible with this system during actual use.
The system provides Bluetooth Hands-Free communication function. If your mobile phone is
Bluetooth enabled, it can establish a point-to-point connection with the system, providing telephone dial up, call answering, Phonebook and Bluetooth music play functions.
Bluetooth Hands-Free
icon to answer call or the
to refuse the call
The system will not display your cell phone’s
internal phonebook but will show the last 5
numbers dialed, received or missed. Press the
appropriate icon on the screen to view the
and the Phonebook will appear.
The phonebook can be used to record incoming
numbers, received numbers and missed numbers.
Phonebook (Figure 11.)
Press the
For incoming calls, the system will automatically
switch to the answer screen.
Answer A Call (Figure 10.)
to transfer the call to your
cell phone. Press again to transfer the call
over speakers. Press
to end the call.
You can dial the number from your cell phone or
use the touch-screen shown at the right by entering
the number, then press the
icon to dial.
to clear.
Making/Ending A Call (Figure 9.)
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Received Missed
Figure 11.
Figure 10.
Figure 9.
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Play songs in the current folder
at random.
Scan and play songs in the
current folder. The next song
will be played after the current
song has been finished for 10
Repeat the current played song
Pop up/hide the number pad
Touch Button Descriptions (Figure 13.)
From the Main Menu, touch
icon to enter the
iPodTM control system.
Enter (Figure 12.)
Return to
upper menu
Figure 13.
Display playing
Page down
Next track
Page up
Figure 12.
Note: Sleep mode should be enabled on the iPodTM to reduce the event of battery drain.
When the system is connected to an external iPodTM player, the audio and video files stored on
the iPodTM can be played through the system.
iPodTM Audio/Video
Touch thearrow for page up or
for page down.
Touch the song shown on playlist to play.
Touch I to select previous song or
I to select next song.
Play A Song (Figure 15.)
on all iPod models.
NOTE: Video function may not be supported
From your iPodTM press Play for the
video file desired. The file will be
transferred to the system.
to enter category list.
Touch 6. Video to switch to iPod
Play A Video (Figure 17.)
Touch the center of the control
plate and the play information will
display on the screen (Figure 16.).
Touch the desired category to select that section.
Main Menu (Figure 14.)
to enter category list. The
system categorizes files into 6 options you
can select as shown in screen shot.
Figure 17.
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Satellite Radio (optional)
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NOTE: The background of the selected
channel will become darker.
Touch the desired Preset channel. The
channel will load and begin to play.
Play A Preset Channel (Figure 18)
To select a station as a Preset,
press and hold a PRESET bar.
The name of the station will
appear in the bar when saved.
to select XM1, XM2,
XM3 Channel Preset screens.
Touch and to seek previous
and next available stations.
Touch Button Descriptions (Figure 17)
From the Main Menu, touch the
icon to enter the XM Radio function.
Enter (Figure 16)
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End-User License Agreement
Please refer to the Rosen Navigation User’s Manual to review and accept the terms and conditions in the End-User License
before operating this product.
Car navigation maps are frequently updated. While the database was judged to be as accurate as possible at the time of its
release, a map database can never be 100% accurate. Road information that is maintained in the map databases, such as turn
restrictions or road names may change over time.
Map and Information Database
The map database used by your Rosen Navigation software was created using high-resolution aerial and land based data
Vehicle Position
The Rosen Navigation software’s computer considers vehicle speed and heading changes, together with longitude and latitude
information, to accurately determine vehicle heading and position on a digital map.
The Rosen Navigation software’s map database provides information on suggested routes without regard to factors that may
affect your driving experience or the time required to arrive at your destination. For example, the system does not reflect road
detours, closures or construction, some road characteristics (e.g., road surface, slope or grade, weight or height restrictions,
etc.), temporary traffic congestion, weather conditions, and similar factors.
If the vehicle is in motion, only a passenger should program the Rosen Navigation software. The driver should not program the
system unless the vehicle is parked in a safe location.
Do not use the Rosen Navigation software to locate emergency services (such as police, fire stations, hospitals, and clinics).
The database may not include all emergency service providers. Use your own best judgment and ask for directions in these
any local traffic regulation or your personal judgment and /or knowledge of safe driving practices. Prior to completing any
maneuvers suggested by your Rosen Navigation software (for example, a U-turn or a left turn), verify that you can legally and
safely complete the maneuver. Do not follow route suggestions if they direct you to perform an unsafe or illegal maneuver,
would place you in an unsafe situation, or would route you into an area that you consider unsafe.
The Rosen Navigation software is not a substitute for your personal judgment. The route suggestions should never supersede
WARNING! Please read and follow the following safety precautions.
Failure to follow the instructions below may increase
your risk of collision and personal injury.
Safety Information and Precautions
Rosen Navigation Information
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the double-D Symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
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NOTE: Features and specifications listed in this manual are subject to change without notice.
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