AEG | 850 D | Instruction manual | AEG 850 D Instruction manual

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1. NOTE OF DISCS
MOISTURE CONDENSATION
On a rainy day or in a very damp area, moisture may condense on the lenses inside the unit.
Should this occur, the unit will not operate properly. In such a case, remove the disc and wait for
about an hour until the moisture has evaporated.
NOTES ON CDs
NOTES ON DISCS
1. A dirty or defective disc may cause sound
dropouts while playing. To enjoy optimum
sound, handle the disc as follows.
Handle the disc by its edge. To keep the disc
clean, do not touch the surface (P.1).
If you use the discs explained below, the
sticky residue can cause the CD to stop
spinning and may cause malfunction or ruin
your discs.
Do not use second-hand or rental CDs that
have a sticky residue on the surface (for
example, from peeled-off stickers or from
ink, or glue leaking from under the stickers).
There are paste residue.
Ink is sticky (P.5).
P. 1
2. Do not stick paper or tape on the disc (P.2).
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Do not use rental CDs with old labels that
are beginning to peel off.
P. 2
3. Do not expose the discs to direct sunlight or
heat sources such as hot air-ducts, or leave
them in a car parked in direct sunlight where
there can be a considerable rise in
temperature inside the car (P.3).
Stickers that are beginning
to peel away, leaving a
sticky residue (P.6).
P. 6
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Do not use your CDs with labels or stickers
attached.
Labels are attached (P.7).
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P. 7
Do Not Use Special Shape CDs
P. 3
4. Before playing, clean the discs with an
optional cleaning cloth. Wipe each disc from
the centre out (P.4).
Be sure to use round shape CDs only for
this unit and do not use any special shape
CDs. Use of special shape CDs may cause
the unit to malfunction.(P.8).
P. 8
Be sure to use CDs with disc mark
P. 4
5. Do not use solvents such as benzine,
thinner,commercially available cleaners, or
antistatic spray intended for analog discs.
RECORDABLE
REWRITABLE
TEXT
Only for this unit.
CD-Rs and CD-RWs which have not
undergone finalization processing cannot
be played. (For more information on
finalization processing, refer to the manual
for your CD-R/CD-RW writing software or
CD-R/CD-RW recorder.) Additionally,
depending on the recording status, it may
prove impossible to play certain CDs
CDE VERSION
record on CD-R or CD-RW.
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2. INSTALLATION
Before finally installing the unit, connect the wiring temporarily and make sure it is all connected
up properly and the unit and system work properly.
Use only the parts included with the unit to ensure proper installation. The use of unauthorized
parts can cause malfunctions.
Consult with your nearest dealer if installation requires the drilling of holes or other
modifications of the vehicle.
Install the unit where it does not get in the driver's way and cannot injure the passenger if there is
a sudden stop, like an emergency stop.
If installation angle exceeds 30° from horizontal, the unit might not give its optimum
performance.
Avoid installing the unit where it would be subject to high temperature, such as from direct
sunlight, or from hot air, from heater, or where it would be subject to dust dirt or excessive
vibration.
Be sure to remove the front panel before installing the unit.
DIN FRONT/REAR-MOUNT
This unit can be property installed either from “Front” (conventional DIN Front-mount) or “Rear”(DIN
Rear-mount installation, utilizing threaded screw holes at the sides of the unit chassis). For details,
refer to the following illustrated installation methods A and B.
DIN FRONT-MOUNT (Method A)
Installation the unit
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1. Dashboard
2. Holder
After inserting the half sleeve into the
dashboard, select the appropriate tab
according to the thickness of the
dashboard material and bend them
inwards to secure the holder in place.
3. Screw
Dashboard
Nut (5mm)
Spring washer
Screw (4x12mm)
Screw
Support Strap
Be sure to use the support strap to secure
the back of the unit in place. The strap can
be bent by hand to the desired angle.
7. Plain washer
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Removing the unit
a
a. Frame
b. Insert fingers into the groove in the
front of frame and pull out to remove
the frame. (When re-attaching the
frame, point the side with a groove
down wards and attach it.)
c. Insert the levers supplied with the
unit into the grooves at both sides of
the unit as shown in figure until they
click. Pulling the levers makes it
possible to remove the unit from the
dashboard.
b
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Trim Plate Installation:
Push the trim plate against the chassis until it is fitted.
You must do this before you install the front panel, otherwise it can't be attached.
DIN REAR-MOUNT (METHOD B)
Installation using the screw holes on the sides of the unit.
Fastening the unit to the factory radio mounting bracket.
1. Select a position where the screw
holes of the bracket and the screw
holes of the main unit become
aligned (are fitted) and tighten the
screws at 2 places on each side.
2. Screw
3. Factory radio mounting bracket.
4. Dashboard or Console
5. Hook (Remove this part)
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Note: the mounting box, outer trim ring,
and half-sleeve are not used for method
B installation.
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3. DETACHABLE CONTROL PANEL (D.C.P.)
Removing The Detachable Control Panel (D.C.P.).
PANEL RELEASE
BUTTON
1. Turn the power off
2. Press the D.C.P. release button
3. Remove the D.C.P.
Attaching the DCP
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A
B
1. Attach the panel at the right side first, with
point B on the main unit touching point A on the
D.C.P. (As shown on the diagram).
2. Then press the left side of D.C.P. onto the main
unit until a “click” sound is heard.
CAUTION
DO NOT insert the D.C.P from the left side. Doing so may damage it.
The D.C.P can easily be damaged by shocks. After removing it, place it in a protective case and be careful not
to drop it or subject it to strong shocks.
When the release button is pressed and the D.C.P is unlocked, the car's vibrations may cause it to fall. To
prevent damage to the D.C.P, always store it in a protective case after detaching it.
The rear connector that connects the main unit and the D.C.P is an extremely important part. Be careful not to
damage it by pressing on it with fingernails, pens, screwdrivers, etc.
Note:
Socket
If the D.C.P is dirty, wipe off the dirt with soft,
dry cloth only. And use a cotton swab soaked
in isopropyl alcohol to clean the socket on the
back of the D.C.P.
RESETTING THE UNIT:
After releasing the front panel, use a pencil or any non-metalic object to press & hold the
reset button for five seconds to reset the unit.
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4. WIRING DIAGRAM (20 PIN + ISO + SMALL CONNECTOR)
ANTENNA
JACK
ANTENNA
EXTENDER
CABLE
FUSE
20-PIN
AUDIO/POWER
HARNESS
(See Figure 1)
BLUE
SUB WOOFER
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(RED)
IGNITION WIRE
(YELLOW)
BATTERY WIRE
SUB
WOOFER
RCA-TO-RCA CABLES
(not supplied)
WHITE
RED
WARNING Connecting the ISO Connector
The pin arrangement for the ISO connectors depends on the type of vehicle you
drive.Make sure to make the proper connections to prevent damage to the unit.
The default connection for the wiring harness is described in 1 below. If the ISO
connector pins are set as described in 2 or 3 .make the connection as illustrated.
RED
YELLOW
RCA-TO-RCA CABLES
(not supplied)
L-CH
GREY
REAR LINE OUT
WHITE
1 (Default setting) The 1 pin (red) of the vehicle's ISO connector is linked with
the ignition,and the 3 pin (yellow) is connected to the constant power supply.
ISO
CONNECTOR
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CONNECTOR A
CONNECTOR B
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(See Figure 1)
Unit
Vehicle
Ignition wire
(RED)
1 PIN (RED)
Battery wire
(YELLOW)
3 PIN(YELLOW)
2 The 1 pin (red) of the vehicle's ISO connector is connected to the constant power
supply, and the 3 pin (yellow) is linked to the ignition.
Unit
Vehicle
Ignition wire
(RED)
1 PIN (RED)
Battery wire
(YELLOW)
3 PIN(YELLOW)
Figure 1
ISO CONNECTOR 4PIN+8PIN
FEMALE WITH MALE TERMINAL
ISO CONNECTOR WIRING CHART
PIN
WIRE COLOR
FUNCTION/LABEL
A4
YELLOW
BATTERY(+)
A5
BLUE
POWER ANTENNA
A7
RED
IGNITION(ACC)
A8
BLACK
GROUND
B1
VIOLET
RIGHT REAR SPEAKER (+)
B2
VIOLET/BLACK
RIGHT REAR SPEAKER (-)
B3
GREY
RIGHT FRONT SPEAKER (+)
B4
GREY/BLACK
RIGHT FRONT SPEAKER (-)
B5
WHITE
LEFT FRONT SPEAKER (+)
B6
WHITE/BLACK
LEFT FRONT SPEAKER (-)
B7
GREEN
LEFT REAR SPEAKER (+)
B8
GREEN/BLACK
LEFT REAR SPEAKER (-)
3 The 3 pin (yellow) of the vehicle's ISO connector is not connected to anything,
while the 1 pin (red) is connected to the constant power supply (or both the 1(red)
and 3(yellow)pins are connected to the constant power supply).
Unit
Vehicle
Ignition wire
(RED)
1 PIN (RED)
Battery wire
(YELLOW)
3 PIN(YELLOW)
When the connection is made as in 3 above,the unit's power will not be linked to the
ignition key. For that reason,always make sure to turn off the unit's power when the
ignition is turned off.
To link the unit's power to the ignition,connect the ignition cable (ACC...red) to a
power source that can be turned on and off with the ignition key.
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5.PANEL OPEN/CLOSE OPERATION
(MOTORIZED SLIDE DOWN VERSION)
This unit is equipped with the most advanced full logic motorized slide down system. You can
enjoy this advance technology with just a single press of the “OPEN” button Please read
carefully the following operation instruction before operating the unit.
OPEN / CLOSE THE PANEL:
Press the Open button to slide down (open) a closed panel or to slide up (close) an opened
panel.
LOADING A CD
When the panel is in the slide down position, the disc slot becomes accessible.
Insert a CD through the disc slot, the CD will be automatically loaded and the panel will also
close automatically & playback will begin.
If no CD is inserted, press Open button again to slide up(close) the panel.
EJECTING A CD
Press Open button to slide down the panel, if a CD is loaded, it will be ejected automatically.
No further key press is needed.
If the ejected CD is not being removed, after 10 seconds it will be reloaded automatically. And
the panel will automatically slide up after disc has been reloaded.
Warning : If the ejected disc remains in the slot, the Open button will not function, so closing
the panel by using Open button is prevented unless the disc is removed or reloaded.
CAUTION:
A) Please always use the “OPEN” button to slide up/ down the front panel. Please never try to
slide up or down the front panel manually, this will cause serious & permanent damage to
the slide down mechanism, and this will void the warranty.
B) Please do not try to detach / remove the front panel ( by pressing the detach button ) or
attach the front panel when the panel is in the slide down position. This may cause serious &
permanent damage to the unit & panel. Only attach or detach the front panel when the panel
is in the slide up position.
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6. CONTROL PANEL FUNCTION
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OPERATIONS:
SYSTEM
KEY
Short
Press
Long
Press
1
Power
2
Panel Open & Close
TUNER
Short
Press
Short
Press
Audio
Menu
Dial
Encoder Volume
File/Folder
Search
Band
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Sub-W
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Record
Copy
TA
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ix-Bass
PTY
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PS
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M1
Memory 1
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M2
Memory 2
Intro
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M3
Memory 3
Repeat
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M4
Memory 4
Random
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M5
Memory 5
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M6
Memory 6
Display
File
Erase
AF
Pause
/Play
Folder
Intro
Folder
Repeat
Folder
Random
Folder
Down
Folder
Up
Menu
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USB Cover / Socket
20
Seek Up
Tune Up
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Seek
Down
Tune
Down
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LO/DX
23
Short
Press
Long
Press
Phone
Answer Dial
Enter
Mode
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18
Long
Press
Panel release button
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6
Long
Press
Blue Tooth
Eject
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CD/MP3/WMA
Mute
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Track/File
Up
Track/File
Down
Fast
Forward
Fast
Backward
Clear
Call
Transfer
7. BASIC OPERATIONS
3) PANEL RELEASE BUTTON (REL)
Press this button to remove the control panel.
1) POWER ON/OFF BUTTON ( )
Press POWER button or any other button on the front of the radio (except Open/Eject) to
turn the unit on. Press POWER button again to turn the unit off.
23) MUTE BUTTON (MUTE)
Press the mute button momentarily to mute the audio volume, and "Mute" will flash in the
display. Press the mute button again to restore volume to the previous setting.
8) SUB-WOOFER (SUB-W)
Long press the SUB-W button to activate the Sub-woofer function On, and “Sub-woofer”
will appear on the LCD display for 3 seconds. press the SUB-W button again to turn off the
Sub-woofer function.
Please refer to the related description in “Audio Operation of Sub-woofer”
for details operation of the Sub-woofer control !
The Subwoofer Level and Low Pass Filter control will only appear in the Audio Menu
only if the Subwoofer function is currently activated 'On”.
10) iX-BASS BUTTON (iX-Bass )
Long press the iX-Bass button to turn on the IX-Bass function, and “iX-Bass” will appear in
the LCD display for 3 seconds. Press the iX-Bass button again to turn off the IX-Bass
function
Please refer to the related description in “Audio Operation of iX-Bass” for details
operation of iX-Bass control !
The IX-Bass Boost Level control will only appear in the Audio Menu only if the iX-Bass
function is currently activated 'On”.
5) MODE BUTTON (MODE)
Press MODE button to select a different mode of operation as indicated on the display
panel. Available modes include Tuner, CDP, USB Host, SD/MMC.
6) ENCODER VOLUME BUTTON
To increase the volume, rotate the volume control clockwise. To decrease the volume,
rotate the volume control counter clockwise.When volume is adjusted, the volume level will
be shown on the display panel as a number ranging from 0 (lowest) to 46 (highest).
18) DISPLAY (D)
Press DISPLAY/MENU momentarily to navigate through the following Display , and back to
the default display. The selected display mode will appear in the LCD when the unit is
turned on.
EQ Animation
Default Display
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8.MENU OPERATION
18) MENU FUNCTION LIST (MENU)
Press DISPLAY/ MENU for more than 3 seconds to access the menu.
will
appear in the display momentarily. Navigate the menu by pressing DISPLAY/ MENU
momentarily to move forward to the next option. The menu can also be navigated by using
the Tuning Up or Tuning Down Button to move to the next or previous option. Once the
desired option appears in the display, adjust that option by rotating the volume control
within 5 seconds. The following options are adjusted through this menu feature.
Paring
This feature is used to pairing the unit's Blue tooth system to your mobile phone or other
Blue tooth device. Under the MENU “Pairing” mode then press Audio button to start
activating the Pairing.
Tips Pls refer to BLUE TOOTH HAND FREE Operation regarding the details operation of
“PAIRING”.
Re-connection/Dis-connection
This feature is allows to Re-connect or Dis-connect to the paired mobile phone or Blue tooth
device by manually. Under the Menu- “RE-CONN”mode, Rotate the encoder to navigate
thru “RE-CONN” (re-connection) and “DIS-CONN”(Dis-connection). After selected the mode
for connection then press Audio button to start activating the connection mode.
Incoming call ringing volume (PHONE VOL)
The unit can preset the Ringing volume level for any incoming call. The default RINGING
VOLUME LEVEL VALUE is “20”. Rotate the encoder knob to adjust from Min 00 to Max 38.
Auto Answer (A ANSWER)
The unit is default of “off' mode. If “On” is selected.. The unit is automatically answer any
incoming call without pressing PHONE button if ON is selected..
Contrast
The contrast level of the display is set at "CONTRAST 05" by default. Rotate the volume
control To adjust the contrast level from 00 to 10.
Clock Format
This option allows selection of a 12 hour or 24 hour clock format. "CLK FORMAT 12H" is the
Default setting. Rotate the volume control to change to the 24 hour clock format.
Time Set
The time on the clock will be set to 12:00 as the default. Program the current time by
rotating the volume control clockwise to adjust the minutes and counterclockwise to adjust
the hours.
AREA (TUNER FREQUENCY SPACING)
This option allows the selection of the frequency spacing appropriate for your area.
"Europe” is the default setting. Rotate the volume control to select the U.S.A. Latin America,
Europe or Oirt options.
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Regional On/Off (Region)
REGIONAL “OFF” will be displayed by default. The user now has 5 seconds to adjust by
using volume up/down button from “off” to “On” . If “on” is selected when the AF search or
PI seek, it will implement to station which have all the PI codes which are the same as
current station.. If “off” is selected, when AF search or PI seek the regional code in the
format PI code will be ignored. A regional station is possible to be received.
The Regional function On/Off Setting is valid when the “AF” function is “on”
Programmable Turn-on Volume (VOL PGM)
This option allows selection of the volume level the radio will automatically assume when
first turned on. "VOL PGM 12 " is the default setting, which will turn the radio on at the
volume level selected when the unit was last turned off.
To program a specific volume level for the radio to turn on at, rotate the volume controlto
select "VOLUME LEVEL”. Within 5 seconds.
Beep Tone
The beep tone feature allows the selection of an audible beep tone to be heard each time a
button is pressed on the face of the radio. "BEEP TONE On" is the default display. Rotate
the volume control to select the "BEEP TONE Off" option.
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9. AUDIO OPERATION
Audio Menu
Long Press “AUDIO“ button to access the Audio Menu. User can navigate thru the Audio Menu
items by pressing the “AUDIO” button repeatedly, or by pressing the Tuning Up or Tuning Down
Button. Once the desired menu item appears on the display, adjust that option by using the Volume
Up or Down button within 5 seconds. The following menu items can be adjusted as described
above. The unit will automatically exit the Audio Menu after five seconds of inactivity.
VOLUME (Volume Level)
Use have 5 seconds to use the Volume button to adjust the desire volume level, the volume
level will be shown on the LCD display as a number ranging from 00 (lowest) to 46
SUBWOOFER (Sub-woofer Level)
User has 5 seconds to use the Volume Knob to adjust the Sub-woofer lever from '00' to '12'.
The Sub-woofer level control is only applicable if the unit is equipped with the optional subwoofer line out, and only if connected to an optional sub-woofer speaker.
The Sub-woofer level control option will only appear in the Audio Menu if the “Sub-woofer”
function is activated “ON” by pressing the “Sub-w” button on control panel.
SUB-W LPF (Sub-woofer Low Pass Filter)
User has 5 seconds to use the Volume Up or Down button to select the 3 different Low
Pass filter to Flat, 80Hz, 120Hz or 160Hz.
The Sub-woofer LPF control is only applicable if the unit is equipped with the optional subwoofer line out, and only if connected to an optional sub-woofer speaker.
The Sub-woofer LPF option will only appear in the Audio Menu if the “Sub-woofer” function
is activated by pressing the “Sub-w” button on control panel.
iX-BASS (iX-Bass Level)
User have 5 seconds to use the Volume Knob to select the 3 different Bass Boost level:
Low, Mid, or High.
The iX-Bass option will only appear in the Audio Menu if the “iX-Bass” feature is currently
activated “ON” by pressing the “iX-Bass” button on control panel.
BASS (Bass Level)
User has 5 seconds to use the Volume Up or Down button to adjust the desired Bass level
range from -6 to +6.
BASS -CFQ (Bass Center Frequency).
User has 5 seconds to use the Volume Up or Down button to adjust the desired Bass
Center Frequency to 60Hz, 80Hz, 100Hz, or 200Hz.
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BASS-Q: (Bass Quality Factor)
User has 5 seconds to use the Volume Up or Down button to adjust the desired Bass
Quality Factor to 2N, 1N, 1W or 2W.
Figure 1 shows the Bass Quality factor (Curve characteristics) of each step.
15.0
12.5
10.0
7.5
1W
Level
(dB)
5.0
2W
1N
2N
2.5
0.0
10.0
MIDDLE (Middle Level)
100.0
Frequency (Hz)
1.0K
Figure 1
10.0K
User has 5 seconds to use the Volume Up or Down button to adjust the desired Middle
level range from -6 to +6.
MID-CFQ (Middle Center Frequency)
User has 5 seconds to use the Volume Up or Down button to adjust the desired Middle Range
Center Frequency to 500Hz, 1KHz, 1.5KHz, or 2.5KHz.
MIDDLE-Q (Middle Quality Factor)
User has 5 seconds to use the Volume Up or Down button to adjust the desired Middle
Quality Factor to 2N, 1N, 1W or 2W.
Figure 2 shows the middle Quality factor (Curve characteristics) of each step.
15
10
1N
Level
(dB)
1W
5
2W
2N
0
10
TREBLE (Treble Level)
100
1.10
3
1.10
4
1.10
5
Figure 2
Frequency (Hz)
User has 5 seconds to use the Volume Up or Down button to adjust the desired Treble level range from -6 to +6.
TRE-CFQ (Treble Center Frequency)
User has 5 seconds to use the Volume Up or Down button to adjust the desired Treble
center frequency to 10KHz, 12.5KHz, 15KHz, or 17.5KHz.
BALANCE
User has 5 seconds to use the Volume Up or Down button to adjust the Balance between
the right and left speakers from R12 (full right) to L12 (full left). “C00” represents an equal
balance between the right and left speakers.
FADER
User has 5 seconds to use Volume Up or Down button to adjust the Fader between the
front and rear speakers from R12 (full rear) to F12 (full front). “C00” represents an equal
balance between the front and rear speakers.
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10. TUNER OPERATION
7) BAND BUTTON (BAND/SEARCH)
Press BAND to change between FM bands.
20-21) TUNING UP/DOWN BUTTON (
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Manual Tuning
Press the Up Tuning or Down Tuning button for more than 3 seconds to move the radio
frequency number up or down one step.
Auto Seek Tuning
Press the Up Tuning or Down Tuning button for less than 3 seconds to move to next station
automatically.
12-17) PRESET STATIONS BUTTONS
Six numbered preset buttons store and recall stations for each band.
Store a Station
Select a band (if needed), then select a station. Hold a preset button for 3 seconds. The
preset number will appear in the display.
Recall a Station
Select a band (if needed). Press a preset button to select the corresponding stored station.
11) AUTOMATICALLY STORE / PRESET SCAN (AS/PS)
Automatically Store
Automatically select 6 strong stations and store them in the current band. Select a band (if
needed). Press AS/PS button for more than three seconds. The new stations replace
stations already stored in that band.
Preset Scan
Scan stations stored in the current band. Select a band (if needed). Press AS/PS button for
less than 3 seconds. The unit will pause for ten seconds at each preset station. Press
AS/PS button again to stop scanning when the desired station is reached.
STEREO
The unit will automatically pick up a stereo signal, when available. When in stereo mode,
the ST icon appears in the display. When no stereo signal is available, the unit will
automatically revert to mono operation, and no icon will be displayed.
22) LOCAL / DISTANCE SELECTOR
Short press the LO/DX button to select between Local or Distant model. This feature is
used to designate the strength of the signals at which the radio will stop during automatic
tuning. "Distance" is the default, allowing the radio to stop at a broader range of signals. To
set the unit to select only strong local stations during automatic tuning, press this button
until "Local" appears in the display.
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11. RDS OPERATION
RDS functions
The unit is equipped with the following RDS function:
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AF Alternative Frequencies
CT Clock Time
EON Enchanced other Network
PI Program identifications
PS Program service name
PTY Program Type
REG Regional Change
TA Traffic Announcement
TP Traffic program
1. AF Function
By pressing AF button < 3 seconds to select AF ON/OFF. “AF ON” or “AF OFF” will show &
remain on the LCD segment for 5 seconds.. Under AF “On” mode, if the tuned in station
signal is getting weak, the unit will automatically switches to a different frequency on the
same network with stronger signal.
Note: Factory Default setting is “AF ON”
2. TA Function
By pressing TA button < 3 seconds, turn switch on TA standby mode. “TA ON” will show &
remain on the LCD segment for 5 seconds & the TA icon will light up on the LCD. In the
stand by mode, when a traffic announcement broadcast starts, the traffic announcement
broadcast will be received as top priority regardless of the function mode. When a traffic
announcement starts, “TRAFFIC INFO” will show on the LCD, press the TA button can
cancelled the broadcast reception while a traffic announcement broadcast is being received.
The unit will go back to the previous mode and TA goes into stand by mode again. When
the TP icon is not light up for 60 seconds. A beep Alarm tone is heard and the LCD will show
“Lost TP, TA”. TA seek will automatic activate and searches to another TA station.
3. PTY Function
Pressing PTY button < 3 seconds to goes into PTY select mode. “PTY” icon will light up on
the LCD. The LED around encoder volume will starts blinking. The user now has 5 seconds
to select the desired PTY item by using volume up/down button. Once selected the PTY
item, user have 5 seconds to press “SELECT” or “TUNE UP or TUNE DOWN” buttons < 3
seconds to seek for the selected PTY item. The LCD will display “PTY SEEK”. If no station
with the selected PTY broadcast can be received, the LCD will display “No Match PTY” and
blinks for 5 seconds then returns to the previous mode.
User can store his favor PTY into the preset memory M1 to M6. After selected a PTY item,
long press any one of the preset memory button can store the selected PTY. To recall the
stored PTY item by switching on PTY mode then press preset memory < 3 seconds, the unit
will automatically search the stored PTY station in the preset memory
Music Group
Speech Group
POP , ROCK
EASY, LIGHT
CLASSICS, OTHER
JAZZ, COUNTRY
NATION, OLDIES
FOLK
NEWS, AFFAIRS, INFO
SPORT, EDUCATE, DRAMA
CULTURE, SCIENCE, VAR IED
WEATHER,FINANCE, CHILDREN
SOCIAL, RELIGION, PHONE IN
TRAVEL, LEISURE, DOCUMENT
Note: Factory default stored for PTY preset memory.
M1/News, M2/Information, M3/Pop Music, M4/Sports, M5/Classics, M6/Finance.
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12. CD /MP3/WMA OPERATION
INSERT AND EJECT CD
Insert a CD label-side up with the unit turned on, and the disc will begin to play. Press the Eject
button to stop CD play and eject the CD. The unit does not have to be turned on to eject
the CD.
CD-DA OPERATION
12) PAUSE BUTTON
Press the pause button to suspend disc play. Press the pause button again to resume disc
Play.
20-21) TRACK SELECT
Press the Up Tuning or Down Tuning button (
) for less than one second to advance
to the next track on the CD, The selected track number will appear on the display. Press
and hold the Up Tuning or Down Tuning button (
) for more than one second to fast
forward or fast reverse through the disc. CD play starts when the button is released.
14) REPEAT BUTTON (RPT)
Press REPEAT BUTTON (RPT) during disc play to continuously repeat the track. Press
REPEAT BUTTON (RPT) again to stop Repeating.
15) RANDOM BUTTON (RDM)
Press RANDOM BUTTON (RDM) during disc play to play all tracks on a CD in random,
shuffled order. Press RANDOM BUTTON (RDM) again to stop random play.
13) INTRO SCAN BUTTON (INT)
During disc play, press INTRO SCAN BUTTON (INT) to play the first 10 seconds to each
track on the disc. When the desired track is reached, press INTRO SCAN BUTTON (INT)
again to end the scan and play the selected track.
MP3/WMA OPERATION
MP3 and WMA (Windows Media Audio) music files are audio compression format. This unit can
play MP3/WMA directly from files contained on a CD-R/RW, USB Memory Stick, SD or MMC
Memory Card.
Notes on MP3/WMA Play
This unit can play MP3 (MPEG1, 2, 2.5 Audio Layer 3). However, the MP3 recording media and
accepted formats are limited. When writing MP3/WMA, pay attention to the following restrictions.
Acceptable Medium Formats
The following formats are available for the media used in this unit. The maximum number of
characters used for file name including the delimiter (".") and three-character extension are
indicated in parentheses.
ISO 9660 Level 1 (11 characters)
ISO 9660 Level 2 (31 characters)
Joliet (31 characters)
Romeo (31 characters)
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Up to 200 characters can be displayed in the long file name format. For a list of available
characters, see the instruction manual of the writing software and the section “Entering File and
Folder Names” below. The media reproducible on this unit has the following limitations:
Maximum number of nested folders: 8
Maximum number of files per disc: 999
Maximum number of files per media device: 2000
Maximum number of folders per disc: 255
MP3/WMA written in the formats other than the above may not be successfully played and their
file names or folder names may not be properly displayed.
MP3/WMA Encoder and CD Writer Settings
Use the following settings when compressing audio data in MP3 data with the MP3 encoder.
Transfer bit rate : 32- 320 kbps
Sampling frequency : 32,44.1,48 kHz(WMA) 16,22.05,24,32,44.1, 48kHz (MP3)
When using a CD writer to record MP3/WMA up to the maximum disc capacity, disable
additional writing. For recording on an empty disc up to the maximum capacity at once, check
disc at once.
Entering ID3 Tag
This unit supports ID3 tag versions 1.0 and 1.1.
The unit also supports CD-TEXT encoded discs for Album, Track and Artist Title information.
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. The unit recognizes and plays only files with the MP3/WMA extension.
A file name entered with characters not on the code list may not play correctly.
Writing Files into a Media
When a media containing MP3/WMA data is loaded, the unit checks all data. If the media
contains many folders or non-MP3/WMA files, MP3/WMA play will be delayed, it may take time
for the unit to move to the next file, and searches may not be performed smoothly. Loading
such a media may produce loud noise and cause damage to the speakers. Do not attempt to
play a media containing a non-MP3/WMA file with the MP3/WMA extension or a media
containing non MP3/WMA files.
Bit Rates
The unit supports bit rates from 32 - 320 kbps.
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Files Playing Order
When selected for play, Folder Search, File Search or Folder Select, files and folders are
accessed in the order in which they were written by the PC writer. Because of this, the order in
which they are expected to be played may not match the order in which they are actually
played. For example, a media with the following folder/file hierarchy is subject to Folder Search,
File Search or Folder Select as shown below.
An outline of a Media with MP3/WMA is shown below. Subfolders are shown as folders in the
folder currently selected.
ROOT
1 LEVEL
2 LEVEL
3 LEVEL
4 LEVEL
01
001.MP3
002.MP3
003.MP3
004.MP3
04
009.MP3
“NOT DISPLAY”
010.MP3
X
011.MP3
05
012.WMA
013.WMA
014.WMA
06
015.MP3
016.MP3
08
02
019.MP3
07
020.MP3
017.MP3
018.MP3
The equipment assigns folder
numbers. The user can not assign
folder numbers.
“NOT DISPLAY”
X
“NOT DISPLAY”
X
09
005.MP3
021.WMA
022.WMA
03
023.WMA
It is not possible to check folders that
do not include MP3/WMA files.
(These folders will be skipped without
displaying the folder number and
name)
006.MP3
007.MP3
008.MP3
“NOT DISPLAY”
X
FILE/FOLDER PLAY
There are three different play methods as following:
File/Folder Intro play:
Press M2 button more than 3 seconds during playing MP3/WMA disc for “intro play” all
files of the current folder. Intro play should restart from the first song of the current folder,
after all files in the current files have been intro-played.
To disable current folder “intro play”, long press M2 button more than 3 seconds
Press M2 button less than 3 seconds is “intro play” all files on the disc. Intro play should
re-start at the very first file of the disc after all files in the disc has been intro played.
To disable all files “intro play”, press M2 button less than 3 seconds
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File/Folder Repeat play :
Press M3 button more than 3 seconds during playing MP3/WMA disc for “repeat play” all
files of the current folder. And keep on repeat playing the current folder until “repeat play” is
disabled.
To disable current folder “repeat play”, long press M3 button more than 3 seconds
Press M3 button less than 3 seconds to “repeat play” the current file. And keep on repeat
Playing the current file until the “repeat play” is disabled.
To disable current file “repeat play”, press M3 button less than 3 seconds
File/Folder Random play:
Press M4 button more than 3 seconds during playing MP3/WMA disc to “random play” all
files of the current folder.
To disable current folder “random play”, long press M4 button more than 3 seconds
Press M4 button less than 3 seconds is “random play” all files on the disc.
To disable all file “ random play”, press M4 button less than 3 seconds.
Folder Up / Down Play
Press M5 button less than 3 seconds to One Folder Down
Press M6 button less than 3 seconds to One Folder Up
MP3/WMA File or Folder Search
Direct File Number Searching
Press BAND button. The LCD will display "Number", and the illumination around the select
knob will blink. Rotate the knob to select the desired track number, then press in on the knob
to confirm and play the selected file.
Folder / Files Navigate Searching
Press BAND button twice. The LCD will display "Navigate", and the illumination around the
select knob will blink. Rotate the knob to navigate through all folders and sub-folders on the
disc. The folder names will be displayed on the LCD. Press the select knob for more than three
seconds to play the first file in the folder. Press the select knob for less than three seconds to
access the sub-folders or files. Rotate the select knob to navigate, then press the select knob
to confirm and begin file play. During navigation search, press AS/PS or rotate the select knob
counter-clockwise to move back to the last upper level of a folder.
ID3 INFORMATION DISPLAY
If any MP3/WMA file recording with ID3 Tag information. The ID3 information such like Album
title, Track title, Artist Title will be displayed and automatic scrolling through the LCD while the
file is playing. User also allows pressing the AS/PS button repeatedly to view the ID3 tag
information manually.
NOTE OF ID3 ICONS ON DISPLAY
ICON
DESCRIPTION
FOLDER ICON
FILE ICON
TRACK ICON
ARTIST ICON
ALBUM ICON
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13. USB OPERATION
The unit can support USB Host Function. It can playback MP3 and WMA Audio format which are
stored into USB Memory Stick or USB interface Music Player. Pls read below before you start the
operation of USB HOST Function.
Inserting and Removing USB Drive
1
1
Warning:
Never Detach
the Panel
when a USB
stick was plug
on the socket
2
Inserting the USB stick
Mini USB to
big USB
extension cable
Mini USB to
big USB
extension cable
2
Always remove the
USB stick before
detach the panel
Removing USB Drive
Step
1
Secure panel with left hand
Step
2
Carefully remove USB drive
Mode change to USB HOST
Under any other mode while inserting a USB Stick into the front panel USB plug, the unit will
Automatically switches from present playing mode to USB HOST mode. The unit will display ‘
for a while then starts
the files contained on the USB Stick.
Once the unit read the USB Stick successfully, the first audio music file on the USB stick
Playback will Automatically start. Press Mode button repeatedly to change to other modes or
switch back to USB HOST.
WARNING:
Before remove the USB stick from the Front panel USB plug. Always remember to switch off the
unit's power or switch to other mode then remove out the USB Stick. Never try removing the USB
Stick while playing music file on the USB stick. It may damage the USB Stick and sometimes will
caused the unit system lock up.
The unit can support playback Music Player which have USB Interface. However due to the
fast changing decoder technology and different kind of hardware interface. This unit may
or may not be compatible to all the Music Player and USB Stick especially those USB Stick /
Player which require to install a program driver.
About Music Flash Player with USB Interface, Usually, the unit takes longer time to read this
kind of player than normal USB Stick. Especially, if the Flash Player with built-in power
battery sometimes takes 20-30 seconds to start up the playback
The unit is not compatible to playing any Portable Hard disk.
Music File Playback Operation
All the USB playback operation function is same as the operation on CD/MP3/WMA. Pls refer
to 'CD/MP3/WMA Operation' for more details.
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14. MEMORY CARD OPERATION
The unit can support playback MP3 and WMA Audio format which are stored into SD and MMC
Memory Card . Pls read below before you start the operation of Memory Card
Inserting and Removing a SD or MMC card on the main unit
2
1
3
Face
Up
Click
Detach the
Front Panel
Insert the Memory Card
with Label up side
Push in till heard a “click”
Inserting the SD or MMC card
2
1
3
Click
Detach the
Front Panel
Push in till heard a “click”
Remove the Memory Card
Removing the SD or MMC card
Mode change to MEMORY CARD
After a SD or MMC card was inserted into the main unit card slot. Press Mode button to select
mode .The unit will display
for a while then starts
The files contained on the Memory Card. Once the unit read the MEMORY
CARD successfully, the first audio music file on the Memory Card will automatically start playback.
Press Mode button repeatedly is allowing changing to other modes or switch back to
mode.
If no any Memory Card is inserted into the main unit card slot. Press mode button will
automatically skip
mode.
Music File Playback Operation
All the SD or MMC Memory Card playback operation function is same as the operation on
CD/MP3/WMA. Pls refer to 'CD/MP3/WMA Operation' for more details.
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15. RECORDING OPERATION
This unit allows user to RECORD his favor Music and Audio. You can store your favor Music
and Audio to the USB Stick, as well as Memory Card. Please read below for the details
operation of the RECORD function.
RECORDABLE MEDIA
The following audio sources modes are available for record on this unit.
CDP
: Recording CD Music
STORAGE DEVICES FOR RECORD
The following media can be used for storage of the music or audio files on this unit :
Removable USB Stick
SD Memory Card
MMC Memory Card
RECORDING CD MUSIC
This operation only can be performed when the unit is in the CD PLAYING Mode.
1.Playback a track to be recorded, then long press button COPY / RECORD on the front
panel to activate the RECORD mode .
2.The LCD will display
to navigate thru
>
as default, Rotate the encoder volume knob
> for selection of the storage media.
3.Once selected the storage media, Press AUDIO button as confirmation to start the record to
the selected media. If no further button is press within a 10 second time out, the unit will
automatically resume to the previous mode.
4.If unit detect the selected media memory capacity is used up,
will be displayed on the LCD for a while then automatically resume to previous mode.
(The following step in an example of if selected USB).
5.After pressing AUDIO button to start the record , the unit will re-start playback from the
beginning of the track and the recording will start at the same time.
6.Under RECORD processing, the LCD will displayed
following
with the elapsed time.
7.When the recording is completed, the LCD will displayed
for a
while and automatically playback the next music track on the CD disc. The recorded
music is automatically saved as a file into the Folder , “MY_CD” by the advance “File
Management.” system of this unit .
Tips For more details information of File Management system of this unit. Pls see “FILE
MANAGER”.
1)Under recording mode, All the CD operation is not functional, like Track up / down,
Repeat, Random, Intro etc.
2)The Audio will remain recording mode by the unit system even MUTE function is activated.
3)The Recording will automatically stop if the storage device memory is full.
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To Cancel Recording
1.Long press button COPY / RECORD again to cancel the recording. The LCD will display
. The track that has been recorded incompletely will be deleted.
The unit will cancel the Recording automatically under the following operation,
The track that has been recorded incompletely will be deleted.
1)Switch the power to off mode
2)Mode change
3)Inserting a CD Disc
4)Inserting a USB Stick
5)Detach the Front Panel from the main unit
WARNING:
1) Never remove the USB Stick while recording to USB Stick. It may damage the USB
Stick and sometimes will caused the unit system lock up.
2) This is not recommend to insert USB stick while recording is under progress to other
storage device. Always remember to stop the record or after the record is completed, then
insert the USB stick.
3) Do not switching mode of the unit during the Recording
4) Do not turn off the Power of the unit during the Recording
5) Do not switch the ignition key off during the Recording
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16. MUSIC FILES TRANSFERRING
Thanks for the most useful and convenient files transferring function of this unit, user can easily
transfer music files between USB Stick, SD or MMC Memory card and on the CD Disc. Please
read below for the details operation of this function:
TRANSFERABLE MEDIA
Files are transferable within the following media:
Removable USB Stick
SD Memory Card
MMC Memory Card
MUSIC FORMAT SUPPORTED BY FILE TRANSFER ARE
MP3 and WMA
TRANSFER MP3 OR WMA MUSIC FILES ON CD DISC
This operation only can be performed during disc playing a MP3 or WMA music file.
1.Playback a music file to be transferred and then long press the COPY / RECORD button
to activate the Transfer mode.
2.The LCD will display
as default, Rotate the encoder volume knob
to navigate thru
>
> for selection of the storage media.
3. Once selected the storage media, Press AUDIO button as confirmation to transfer the
Playing file. If no further button is press within a 10 second time out, the unit will automatically
resume to the previous mode
4.If the unit detected the selected media memory capacity is used up,
Will be displayed on the LCD for a while then automatically resume to the previous mode.
5.After pressing AUDIO button to start the transfer, the playing music file will stop and the
transferring will start at the same time. (The following step is an example of if selected
USB)
6.When the transfer is processing, the LCD will displayed
.
7.When the file transfer is completed, the LCD will display
for a while
and automatically playback the present music file which have been transferred. The
transferred music file is automatically saved as a file into Folder “MY_MP3” or “ MY_WMA”
by the advance “File Management.” system of this unit.
Tips For more details information of File Management system of this unit. Pls see “FILE
MANAGER’’.
Under transferring mode, All the MP3/WMA operation is not functional, like file up / down,
Repeat, Random, and Intro etc.
The audio will remain recording by the unit system even MUTE function is activated
The Transferring will automatically stop if the storage device memory is less than 2MB
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To Cancel Transferring.
1.Long press button COPY / RECORD again to cancel the recording. The LCD will display
The music file that has been transferred incompletely will be deleted.
The unit will stop the file transfer automatically under the following operation,
the music file that has been transferred incompletely will be deleted.
1)Switch the power to off mode
2)Mode change
3)Inserting a CD Disc
4)Inserting a USB Stick
5)Detach the Front Panel from the main unit
TRANSFER MP3 OR WMA MUSIC FILES BETWEEN MEDIA DEVICES
Select a device by mode button and playback the music file need to be transfer:
1.Long press the COPY / RECORD button to activate the transfer mode.
2.The LCD will display
as default, Rotate the encoder volume knob
to navigate thru
>
>for selection of the storage media.
3.Once selected the storage media, Press the AUDIO button as confirmation to transfer the
Playing file. If no further button is press within a 10 second time out, the unit will automatically
resume to the previous mode.
4.If the unit detect the selected media memory capacity is used up,
will be displayed on the LCD for a while then automatically resume to the previous mode.
5.After pressing AUDIO button to start the transfer, the playing music file will stop and the
transferring will start at the same time. (The following step is an example of if selected USB)
6.Under transfer is processing, the LCD will display
7.When the file transfer is completed, the LCD will display
for a while
and automatically playback the present music file which have been transferred. The
transferred Music file is automatically saved as a file into the Folder “MY_MP3 “ or “MY_WMA”
by the advance “File Management.” system of this unit.
Tips For more details information of File Management system of this unit , Please see “FILE
MANAGER’’.
Under transferring mode, All the MP3/WMA operation is not functional, like file up / down,
Repeat, Random, and Intro etc.
The audio will remain recording by the unit system even MUTE function is activated
The Transferring will automatically stop if the storage device memory is less than 2MB
WARNING:
1) Never remove the USB Stick while recording or file transferring to USB Stick. It may damage
the USB Stick and sometimes will caused the unit system lock up.
2) It is not recommended to insert USB stick while recording is under progress to other
storage device. Always remember to stop the recording or after the recording is completed,
then insert the USB stick.
3) Do not switching mode of the unit during the File Transferring .
4) Do not turn off the Power of the unit during the File Transferring.
5) Do not switch the ignition key off during the File Transferring
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17. MUSIC FILES ERASING
You can erase files from the USB Stick or Memory Card Please read
below for the details operation of this function:
ERASABLE MEDIA
USB Stick and Memory Card .
Music files which are on the CD Disc is NOT ERASABLE By this unit.
ERASING MUSIC FILES ON THE MEDIA
There are THREE different methods for erasing files;
1.Erase while the Music File is playing.
Long press BAND button to activate the ERASE mode
The LCD will display
Short Press the AUDIO to enter into the ERASE mode.
Once enter into the erase mode. You can rotate the encoder volume knob to select “ ”
as to confirm the erase or rotate the volume knob to select “
” as for cancel the erase
mode. If no further button is press within 5 seconds time out. The unit automatically resume
to the previous mode.
Once the “
” is display on the LCD, press the AUDIO button again to final confirm
erase the present playback music file.
If want to CANCEL the erase of the present music file, Rotate the encoder volume knob
to “
”. Once the “ ” is displayed on the LCD, press the AUDIO button again to cancel
the erase mode.
After pressing AUDIO button to start the ERASE, the present playing music file will stop
and the erasing will start at the same time.
Will display on the LCD after the music file erase is successful, and the
unit will automatically start playback the next music file.
2.Erase under Files Number Search Mode
User can select the Music file Number want to erase by file Number Search mode
After selected the file number want to erase, Long press the BAND button to activate the
ERASE mode.
The LCD will display
.
Short Press the AUDIO to enter into the ERASE mode
Once enter into the erase mode. User can rotate the encoder to select “ ” to confirm
the erase or rotate the volume knob to select “ ” to cancel the ERASE mode. If no further
button is press within a 5 second time out. The unit automatically resume to the previous
mode.
Once the “
” is displayed on the LCD, press the AUDIO button to final confirm to erase
the selected music file.
If want to CANCEL the erase of the present music file, Rotate the encoder to “
”.
Once the “
” is display on the LCD, press the AUDIO button again to cancel the erase
Mode.
After pressing AUDIO button to start the ERASE, the present playing music file will
Stop and the erasing will start at the same time
will display on the LCD after the music file erase is successful, and the
Unit automatically start playback of the next music file.
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3.Erase under Files NAVIGATE search mode
You can select a Music file want to erase by files Navigate Search mode
After selected the music file want to erase by files navigate search, Long press BAND
button to activate the ERASE mode.
The LCD will display
.
Short Press the AUDIO button to enter into the ERASE mode
Once Enter into the ERASE mode, user can rotate the encoder to select “
“ as to confirm
the erase or rotate the volume knob to select “ ” to cancel the ERASE mode. If no further
button is press within a 5 second time out. The unit will automatically resume to the previous
mode.
Once the “ ” is displayed on the LCD, press the AUDIO button again to final confirm
Erase the selected music file.
If want to CANCEL the erase of the present music file, Rotate the encoder to “
“
Once the “
” is display on the LCD, press the AUDIO button again to cancel the
erase mode.
After pressing AUDIO button to start the ERASE, the present playing music file will stop
and the erasing will start at the same time.
Will display on the LCD after the music file erase is successful
and the unit will automatically start playback of the next music file.
WARNING:
1) Do not switching mode of the unit during the Erasing
2) Do not turn off the Power of the unit during the Erasing
3) Do not switch the Ignition key off during the Erasing
4) Do not detach the front panel during the Erasing
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18. FILES MANAGER
The advance “File Management.” System of this unit can help to well you organize all the music
files just like a PC . Pls read below for details:
FOLDERS MANAGEMENT
This unit will automatically self-create the below default folders onto any USB /SD / MMC media
device, once these devices are inserted into the unit.
MY_CD : Folder for saving all the music files source from CD Disc
MY_MP3: Folder for saving all the MP3 music files transfer from other device
MY_WMA: Folder for saving all the WMA music files transfer from other device
FILES MANAGEMENT
This unit will automatically self-create the file name following with the Folder Name, for example:
Music file which recorded from CD disc, the file name ‘CD0001.MP3' will be automatically
created & saved in the respective folder.
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19.BLUE TOOTH HAND FREE OPERATION
User Guide For Blue Tooth Operation
1. When user use our Blue tooth HEAD UNIT, please make sure the mobile phone you use must
/ does support Blue tooth functions (Headset or Handsfree profiles or both)
2. Before you start to use our Bluetooth HEAD UNIT, please make sure complete pairing with your
mobile phone first. Please refer to the user manual, section “PAIRING” for detail “PAIRING”
instruction. To ensure the best reception for Pairing or Re-connection, please make sure the Phone
Battery is fully charged when making the Pairing or Re-connection.
3. Please always try pairing the Mobile Phone with Head unit after a few minutes of the Mobile
Phone was Switched On to ensure the best pairing result.
4. “BT60” is this unit device model number which is displayed on the mobile phone.
5. To achieve the best performance, please always keep the Mobile Phone within 3 meters of the
Head unit.
6. Please always keep a clear path between the Mobile Phone & the Head unit.
7. Never put any metal object or any obstacle between the path of the Mobile Phone & the
Head unit.
8. Some brand of Mobile Phone like Sony Ericsson may have "Power Saving Mode" selection when
Blue Tooth mode is switched on. PLEASE DO NOT Switches ON Power saving Mode when
operating with this Head Unit, as some abnormal communal behavior will happen occasionally if
Power Saving Mode is switched on.
9. Before user make Outgoing call or Incoming call, make sure the mobile phone's “Blue Tooth
function” was switched “ON”.
10. To ensure the best conversation quality / performance, please always keep talking within 1
meter of the Head Unit.
11. If user want to Dis-connect the Head unit with the Mobile Phone, please switch "OFF" Blue
Tooth connectivity on the Mobile Phone,or go to the system menu, "dis-connect" to disconnect
the bluetooth connectivity manually. ( please refer to the user manual, section "dis-connection
of the bluetooth system for details instruction. )
12. Some Mobile Phones can support “IN BAND RING TONE”, such as Nokia. In such case, the
Incoming Ringing Tone will be same as the original Ring-tone of the Mobile Phone. But some
Mobile Phones like Sony Ericsson do not support this feature. The Ring-tone will be using the
standard Ring-tone of the Head unit.
13. When in telephone mode, during talking, it is highly recommended to set the volume to
below “30” in order to achieve the best sound quality. As if the volume is too high, it may create
unwanted echo inside the car, and this unwanted echo may feedback into the microphone.
14. If the Bluetooth related operation is not performing normally, like cannot make pairing, cannot
making an outgoing call, User can try to make a SOFT-RESET of the Bluetooth module by removing /
detaching the panel from the main unit and waiting for about 1 min. Then re-attach the panel to the
unit & retry the Bluetooth operation again. Or user can RESET the whole unit by pressing the RESET
button behind the panel.
By pressing the RESET button all the stored memory will resume to factory default
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Bluetooth Mobile Phone Compatibility List
This unit can support bluetooth specification v1.2 or higher, and compatible with bluetooth profiles
such as handsfree or headset profiles. however the functionality may be limited due to some phones'
own dedicated interfacing specification.
This list is only updated to the time this list is being printed. This list gives an example of bluetooth
mobile phone available on the market, if your bluetooth mobile phone is not on the list, please try it
out in practice or try your phone at the local dealer or consult with the local dealer in case it is not
mentioned in the list.
1. Sony Ericsson
Z600
(Advance)
Z600
(Save mode)
T630
(Advance)
T630
(Save mode)
K700i
Z800i
W800i
W550i
(Advance)
W550i
(Save mode)
W810i
Features
Caller ID
Pairing
Pairing
Pairing cancel
In-Band Ring Tone
Ringing
Talk
Reject
Audio Transfer
Talking
Volume up/down
Hang up
Audio Transfer
Dialing
Volume up/down
Redial last call
Features
Caller ID
Pairing
Pairing
Pairing cancel
In-Band Ring Tone
Ringing
Talk
Reject
Audio Transfer
Talking
Volume up/down
Hang up
Audio Transfer
Dialing
Volume up/down
Redial last call
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S700i
2. Nokia
8910
6600
6230
6111
6230i
7380
Features
Caller ID
Pairing
Pairing
Pairing cancel
In-Band Ring Tone
Ringing
Talk
Reject
Audio Transfer
Talking
Volume up/down
Hang up
Audio Transfer
Dialing
Volume up/down
Redial last call
Features
Caller ID
Pairing
Pairing
Pairing cancel
In-Band Ring Tone
Ringing
Talk
Reject
Audio Transfer
Talking
Volume up/down
Hang up
Audio Transfer
Dialing
Volume up/down
Redial last call
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N90
7600
N91
3. Motorola
V600
E398
V501
GX-T15
GX-T71
Features
Caller ID
Pairing
Pairing
Pairing cancel
In-Band Ring Tone
Ringing
Talk
Reject
Audio Transfer
Talking
Volume up/down
Hang up
Audio Transfer
Dialing
Volume up/down
Redial last call
4. Panasonic & Sharp
Panasonic X88
Features
Caller ID
Pairing
Pairing
Pairing cancel
In-Band Ring Tone
Ringing
Talk
Reject
Audio Transfer
Talking
Volume up/down
Hang up
Audio Transfer
Dialing
Volume up/down
Redial last call
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V3
V80
V3X
5. Siemens & BenQ
S55
S88
Features
Caller ID
Pairing
Pairing
Pairing cancel
In-Band Ring Tone
Ringing
Talk
Reject
Audio Transfer
Talking
Volume up/down
Hang up
Audio Transfer
Dialing
Volume up/down
Redial last call
6. Dopod & MIO & Blackberry
818
565
A700
Features
Caller ID
Pairing
Pairing
Pairing cancel
In-Band Ring Tone
Ringing
Talk
Reject
Audio Transfer
Talking
Volume up/down
Hang up
Audio Transfer
Dialing
Volume up/down
Redial last call
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8700
7. Samsung & LG
D508
D528
KG320
Features
Caller ID
Pairing
Pairing
Pairing cancel
In-Band Ring Tone
Ringing
Talk
Reject
Audio Transfer
Talking
Volume up/down
Hang up
Audio Transfer
Dialing
Volume up/down
Redial last call
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Blue Tooth Hand Free Panel Function Key Matrix
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Panel Function Button
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AUDIO
4
Short Press
Enter Phone number input mode
Long Press
Confirm Dialing the input Phone Number
Encoder volume Knob
BAND
3
MODE
Blue Tooth Hand Free Function
Long Press
5
MENU
6
Tune Up / Down
Use for numeric input
1. Reject Incoming call
2. Edit Number
Transfer Phone Conversation backward to
Mobil Phone
Pairing / Re-Connection etc
Note: See Menu operation for more details.
Move Cursor and Edit Number
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PAIRING
Pairing The Blue Tooth System Between User’s Mobile Phone & The Unit
Access into MENU - PAIRING mode to activates the operation of Pairing .
Pls see
MENU Operation for more details of how to access into MENU mode .
Once the
activate the Pairing mode.
is appearing on the LCD Display, press the AUDIO button to
Keep the mobile phone within 2 meter from the unit when making the pairing.
To terminate the pairing, you can press the “CLEAR” button at any time.
Select the Blue Tooth set up on the Mobile Phone
Please refer to the instruction manual of your mobile phone on how to enter into the blue
tooth set up and blue tooth on / off, and blue tooth pairing.
“BT60” should appear in the pairing list on the mobile phone. User need to select “BT60”
and then input the password “1234”.
If the pairing is successful, the display will show
and Mobile Phone Name.
If the pairing failed, “
” will be flashing on the Display for 3 seconds. And
the unit will switch back to the previous mode automatically.
During the Pairing, only Power, Clear ,Volume +/- & Mute are functional, other function
keys are disabled & non-operational during the pairing mode.
Re-Connection Of The Blue Tooth System
The unit is with built -in Auto-Reconnection function. In some conditions, user need to
reconnect manually. For example like the following.
If The Mobile Phone is out of range.( 2 meters away from the Head unit) Under the
condition of lost connection when the user come back to the unit. At the same time, there is
an incoming call or user is under conversation on the Mobile Phone 2 meters away from
the Head Unit and come back to Head unit.
If user wants Audio Transfer back from Mobile Phone to Head unit. It needs to re-connect
manually.
The unit can be re-connected by the following methods.
Access into MENU - RE-CONN mode to activate the manual RE-Connection.
Pls see MENU Operation for more details of how to access into MENU mode.
Once the
is display on the LCD , press the AUDIO button to activate the
manual Re-Connect mode.
1.Keep the mobile phone within 2 Meter from the unit when making the connection.
2.The manual re-connect is only function with the Mobile Phone has already been
paired with the unit before.
The LCD Display will displayed “
” during the connecting period.
If the re-connection is successful, the LCD Display will display “
”. And
the unit will switch back to the previous mode automatically.
If the re-connection failed, the LCD Display will display “
” . And the unit
will switch back to the previous mode automatically.
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The unit will be Auto Re-Connection by following operation .
Every time turn the ignition key from off to on ,the unit will Auto re-connect with the mobile
phone one.
Every time when user long press AUDIO button or short press MODE button confirm
dialing a call, the Unit will Auto Re-connect with the Mobile Phone once ( Only if this Mobile
Phone has been paired with the unit previously ).
Dis-Connection of the Blue Tooth System
The unit have a option function for user to disconnect the Blue tooth system with the unit.
The unit can be Dis-connected by the following methods.
Access into MENU - DIS-CONN mode to activate the manual Dis-Connection.
Pls see MENU Operation for more details of how to access into MENU mode.
Once the “
” is display on the LCD, press the AUDIO button to activate the
manual Dis-Connect mode.
The LCD Display will displayed “
” during the Dis-connecting period.
If the Dis-Connection is successful, the LCD Display will display “
the unit will switch back to the previous mode automatically.
”. And
INCOMING CALL
ANSWERING AN INCOMING CALL
When there is an incoming call, the LCD Display will dis play “Caller ID” and keep blinking.
If the incoming call has no caller ID, the LCD will display “
” User can
press the “PHONE” button or “MODE” button to answer / accept the call.
Always press the “PHONE” (AUIDIO)button or “MODE ' button to answer / accept the
call after the LCD display the “Caller ID” or “PHONE IN”.
The audio output of the present mode will be muted and the ringing tones will be heard,
if an incoming call is not being answered.
User can use the volume up/down to adjust the volume level.
To end the conversation, press the “CLEAR” button. The unit will switch back to the
previous mode automatically and release the mute of the previous mode at the same time.
An incoming call under stand by mode (Ignition on & Power Off) The system will
automatically switch on the head unit.
While there is an Incoming call or under talking mode, the Panel Open/Eject key is disactivated.
Rejecting An Incoming Call
User can press “CLEAR” button to reject the incoming call.
The audio output of the present mode will be muted and the ringing tones will be heard
if an incoming call is not being answered. After pressing the “CLEAR”(BAND) button,
the mute of the present mode will be released.
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OUTGOING CALL
Making An Outgoing Call
Press the “PHONE” (AUDIO)button to start making an outgoing call. The LCD Display will
display
And a cursor will keep blinking while waiting the user to enter
the phone number.
Rotate the encoder knob to navigate thru the numeric 0-9 *, # & + .
Press the” AUDIO” button as confirm input the selected numeric.
Use the Track up/down button to move the cursor back or forward to the wrong input
numeric.
Once the phone number has been entered completely, Long press the“PHONE” button
again or Short Press the “MODE” button to start dialing the call, the LCD Display will
display “
”.
Tips
Under the Calling mode, if need to input any number, for example Pin Code Input or
Service Number Dial Input. Short press the “AUDIO” button to enter the numeric input
interface then rotate the encoder knob to navigate the desire input number and press
the “AUDIO” button again as confirm input the selected number. To exit the numeric
input interface by LONG PRESS the “AUDIO” button again.
The audio output of the present mode will ONLY be muted after pressing the “PHONE”
button as a confirmation to dial the outgoing call.
While there is an outgoing call or under talking mode, the Panel Open/Eject key is disactivated.
During the talking mode, the LCD Display will display the duration “
”of
the conversation.
User can use the volume up/down to adjust the volume level.
To end the conversation, press the “Clear” button . The unit will switch back to the
previous mode automatically. The mute of the previous mode will be released at the same
time.
During the talking mode, if the Ignition is being turned off, the unit will keep the
conversation even if the Ignition is Switched off. After finished the conversation, User can
press “CLEAR” button to switch off the unit.
CALL TRANSFER
TO AUDIO TRANSFER FROM HEAD UNIT BACK TO THE MOBILE PHONE
During the talking mode, user can press the “TRANSFER” button to transfer the audio from
the unit back to the mobile phone for privacy reason. The LCD Display will display “
” on the LCD for 3 seconds.
After the “Transfer” button is pressed, the mute of the present mode will be released at
the same time.
When making an outgoing call, it's not possible to CALL TRANSFER if the call is not
being answered yet.. It's only possible to Transfer the call to Mobile phone after the call
is being answered.
Depending on different type of Mobile Phone, the time need for activating the CALL
TRANSFER mode is different. Like Nokia Mobile Phone usually takes 3-5 seconds after
pressed the "TRANSFER” button for audio transfer back or forth through Unit to mobile
phone.
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DIALED LIST
To Find the Last 10 Dialed Number
The unit can memory up to 10 last dialed number.
Press the “PHONE” (AUDIO) button, after the LCD appeared display “
”,
then Long press “PHONE” (AUDIO) button.
The last dialed number as the first number on the list will display on the LC D. Rotate the
encoder knob to navigate through the 10 last dialed number.
User can Long press the “PHONE” (AUDIO) button or Short press “MODE” button to
confirm dialing the selected Dialed Number from the list.
User also can be edit the number in the dialed list. Once the desired edit dialed list
appearing on the display, user can short press “PHONE” (AUDIO) button to enter the
number edit mode. Use the Track up/down button to move the cursor back or forward to
the input numeric which want to edit.
The unit only memorize the dialed numbers which dialed from the unit, it cannot
memorize the number dialing from the mobile phone.
HIGHLIGHT FEATURES
Incoming call ringing volume
Preset the Ringing volume level for any incoming call.
Pls see “MENU”- “PHONE VOL” for details operation.
Auto Answer
Auto Answer any incoming call.
Pls see “MENU”- “A ANSWER” for details operation.
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20. STEERING WHEEL REMOTE CONTROL
1. Replacing Battery
In order to ensure proper functioning of the steering wheel remote control. Please
make sure only use 2 x AAA type battery.
If the device to be controlled no longer responds to any key press even under favourable circumstances
or the device to be controlled indicates a weak battery, please replace the battery of the remote control.
P 1.
Remove the remote control from the steering wheel as show in P1 & P2.
Push the battery compartment lid on the back of the remote control in direction of the gap and open
the battery compartment.
Remove the dry battery, and replace with 2 new AAA battery.
P 2.
2. Mounting the Steering Wheel Remote Control
Step 1. Open the locking cover on the rear side of the remote control.
Step 2. Hold the remote control inside the steering wheel and guide the strap thru & under the locking cover.
Step 3. a Tighten the strap slightly and then press it with the perforation firmly into the matching catches on the locking
cover. b Press Down the locking cover.
Step 4. Close the locking cover a and then push it in the direction of the lock b position.
Step 5. Release the locking cover. Now the lever should engage firmly through the tension of the strap. If the locking
cover should not engage, or the remote control should not fit firmly enough on the steering wheel, please repeat steps 3a
a
b
b
Step.1
Step. 3
Step. 2
In order to improve adhesion in the case of steering wheels
with large internal diameter, use a foam rubber pad and
bond it to the base compartment lid of the remote control
before installation.
Step. 4
Base
Compartment
Battery Insert Guide
When you insert the battery , remember always put the rope wrap around the
battery as show in P.3 . This can help to remove the batteries easily in the
future.
P 3.
3. Key functions
Key
1. MUTE
2. MODE
3. EJECT
4.
5. BAND
6. DISP/MENU
7. AUDIO (A)
8.
Rope
Function
Press this button to mute the audio volume
Press this button to select different mode of the main unit.
Press this button to stop the CD playback and eject the CD. In some models press this button
to activate the motorization up or down of the front panel.
Press this button to pause disc playback. Press this button again to resume disc Playback.
Press this button to change the radio band.
Short press this button to change the display mode. Long press this button to enter into the
system Menu
Short press this button to enter into the Audio menu. For RDS models, long press this button
to enter into the RDS Menu.
9.
Press this button to increase the volume
Press this button to decrease the volume
10.
Short press for tuner seek down or CD track down.
11.
Short press is tuner seek up or CD track up.
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21.SPECIFICATIONS
CD PLAYER
System
Usable disc
Sampling frequency
No of quantization bits
Frequency
Number of channels
S/N Ratio
Compact disc audio system
Compact disc
44.1KHz
1bit
5-20,000Hz
2 stereo
70dB
MEDIA SECTION
USB Host
Host 1.1 compatibles 2.0
Memory Card
Support Type of Memory Card
SD and MMC
RADIO SECTION
FM
Frequency Range
Intermediate Frequency
Usable Sensitivity
Stereo Separation
S/N Ratio
87.5-108 Mhz
10.7 MHz
Better than 15dB at S/N 30 dB
25 dB at 1KHz
50 dB
GENERAL
Power Supply
Polarity
Speaker impedance
Power Output
DC 11 -14V
Negative Ground
4 ohms
4 x 100W
REMARK :
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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22.TROUBLE SHOOTING
Before going through the check list, check wiring connection. If any of the problems persist
after check list has been made, consult your nearest service dealer.
Symptom
Cause
Solution
No power
The car ignition is not on.
The fuse is blown.
Replace the fuse.
Disc cannot be
loaded or ejected
Presence of CD disc inside
the player.
Remove the disc in the player, then
put a new one.
Inserting the disc in reverse
direction.
Insert the compact disc with the
label facing upward.
Compact disc is extremely
dirty or defective disc.
Clean the disc or try to play a new one.
Temperature inside the car is
too high.
Cool off or until the ambient temperature
returns to normal.
Condensation.
Leave the player to off for an hour or so,
then try again.
If the power supply is properly
connected to the car accessory
terminal, switch the ignition key to
Volume is in minimum.
Adjust volume to a desired level.
Wiring is not properly
connected.
Check wiring connection.
The operation keys
do not work
The built-in microcomputer is
not operating properly due to
noise.
Press the RESET button.
Front panel is not properly fixed into
its place
Sound skips.
The installation angle is
more than 30 degrees.
Adjust the installation angle to less
than 30 degrees.
No sound
The disc is extremely dirty or a Clean the compact disc or try to play a
defective disc.
new one.
The radio does not
work.
The radio station
automatic selection
does not work.
The antenna cable is not
connected.
Insert the antenna cable firmly.
The signals are too weak.
Select a station manually.
ERROR 1
Mechanism Error
Press the reset button to correct the problem.
If the error code does not disappear, consult
your nearest service dealer.
Write Error
The Media Device not able to
copy or record by the unit.
Replace the Media Device or
Format the Flash Memory
Read Error
The Media Device not able to
play file by the unit
Replace the Media Device or
Format the Flash Memory
Memory Full
The media device memory is
full not allow to copy
Replace the Media device or erase
some un-usage files.
No File
No file Format supports for
Playback on the disc or
Media Device
Replace the disc or Media Device..
Disc Error
Maybe disc dirty / disc scratched
/disc upside down.
Replace the disc.
If at any time in the future you should need to dispose of this product please note that
Waste electrical products should not be disposed of with household waste. Please recycle
where facilities exist. Check with your Local Authority or retailer for recycling advice.(Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive)
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