USER MANUAL
M-DVD5560
Safety Precautions
Thank you for purchasing this product. Please
read through these operating instructions
so you will know how to operate your model
properly. After you’ve finished reading the
instructions, keep this manual in a safe place
for future reference.
Please don't change the fuse on the power
cord without professional guidance, using
improper fuse may cause damage to this unit
or even cause fire.
Only connect the unit to a 12-volt power
supply with negative grounding.
Please contact your nearest dealer if one of
the following symptoms is experienced:
Never install this unit where the operation &
condition for safe driving is impaired.
(a).Water or other objects enters the unit.
(b). There is smoke.
(c). Peculiar smell.
Never use the video display function in the
front when driving to prevent the violation of
laws & regulations and also to reduce the
risk of traffic accident except for using rear
view video camera.
To ensure safe driving, please adjust the
volume to a safe and comfortable level in
case of emergency situations.
Never expose this unit, amplifier, and
speakers to moisture or water to prevent
electric sparks or fire.
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Safety Precautions
1. Never disassemble or adjust the unit without any professional guidance.
For details, please consult any professional car shop / dealer for inquiry.
2.If the front panel or TFT monitor is dirty, please use a clean silicone cloth and neutral detergent
to wipe off the spot. Using a rough cloth and non-neutral detergent such as alcohol for cleaning
may result in scratching or decoloration to the monitor.
3.If any abnormal behavior of the unit is found, please refer to trouble shooting guide of this
manual. If no relevant information is found, please press the [RESET] key on the front panel to
resume factory default.
4.If you have parked the car in hot or cold weather for a long time, please wait until the
temperature in the car becomes normal before operating the unit.
5.Using the car heater in low temperature environment may result in moisture inside the unit, DO
NOT use the unit in this situation. Eject the disc and wipe off the moisture on the disc. If the unit
still doesn't work after a few hours, please contact the service center.
6.Do not impact the LCD monitor which could cause damage.
7. To prevent damage to the screen, avoid touching it with sharp objects.
8.To provide a clear demonstration and an alternative for easy understanding to the operation of
this unit, graphic illustrations are used.
However, some illustrations are different from the actual images displayed on the screen.
9.Operate the unit correctly according to this manual to prevent unnecessary problem. The
guarantee won't be valid if the problem is caused by inappropriate operation.
Expanding System
Expanding audio feautres
Expanding visual feautres
Rear
Monitor
Rear vision
Monitor
Power Amplifier
SD Card
USB
memory
VOL
Bluetooth
cellular phone
Portable player
(connected via AV Input)
Note:
The items listed outside of the frame are the commercial products generally sold.
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Contents
Safety Precautions.....................................1-2
Direct Track Entry................................... 14
Rotate Pictures........................................ 14
Zoom........................................................ 14
Video Setup.............................................. 14
Contents......................................................... 3
Produc overview............................................ 4
Front Panel................................................ 4
Bluetooth Mode........................................... 15
Pair the Bluetooth-enabled Devices...... 15
Disconnect Bluetooth Device.................. 15
Make a Call.............................................. 15
Receive a Call.......................................... 16
Adjust Bluetooth Settings....................... 16
Bluetooth Musci Mode............................ 16
Basic Operations........................................... 5
Detect parking brake................................ 5
Mute........................................................... 5
Power On / Off........................................... 5
Audible Beep Confirmation....................... 5
Playing Source Selection.......................... 5
EQ Menu.................................................... 6
Select Preset Equalizer............................. 6
Adjust EQ Parameters............................... 6
Adjust FAD BAL........................................ 6
Set Date..................................................... 7
Set Clock Mode.......................................... 7
Set Time..................................................... 7
Settings........................................................ 17
General settings...................................... 17
Calibration............................................... 17
Video settings.......................................... 17
Sound settings......................................... 18
Time settings........................................... 18
Language settings................................... 18
Bluetooth settings................................... 18
DVD settings............................................ 19
Volume settings....................................... 19
Radio Mode.................................................... 8
Tuner TFT Display..................................... 8
Select Radio as Playing Source................ 8
Select One Radio Band.............................. 8
Tune the radio........................................... 8
Preset Station............................................ 9
local Seeking............................................. 9
RDS Basics................................................ 9
Adjust RDS Settings.................................. 9
RDS ( Radio Data System )...................... 10
AF Function.............................................. 10
EON ( Enhanced Other Networks )......... 10
TA Function.............................................. 10
CT (Clock Time)....................................... 10
PTY Function............................................ 10
Other Modes................................................ 20
ther Devices............................................. 20
Reset........................................................ 20
Replace a Fuse........................................ 20
Navigation (GPS)...................................... 20
SWC Programming................................. 20
Specifications.............................................. 21
Region Code ........................................... 22
Cautions when using Discs..................... 22
Troubleshooting.......................................... 23
Wire Connections........................................ 24
Playback Mode............................................ 11
Load a Disc.............................................. 11
Eject a Disc.............................................. 11
Touch Screen Controls........................... 11
Controlling Playback............................... 11
Connect a USB Device............................. 11
Remove a USB Device............................. 11
Insert a SD/MMC Card............................ 11
Remove a SD/MMC Card........................ 11
Play/Pause............................................... 11
Previous/Next.......................................... 11
Search for a Folder................................. 12
Repeat...................................................... 12
Repeat A-B.............................................. 13
Shuffle (Random) Play............................. 13
Select Audio Mode................................... 13
Select Subtitle Language........................ 13
Playback Information.............................. 14
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Product overview
Front Panel
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VOL
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Notice:
The graphic in this manual is for reference only, and may be different from the actual unit.
1.[ ] Button
Press to eject a disc.
2.[MENU] Button
Press to switch between the available audio/video sources applied to the unit.
3.[VOL/ / ] Knob
Rotate to adjust the volume.
Press momentarily to activate the MUTE function. Press again to resume normal listening.
Press to turn the unit ON. Press and hold to turn the unit OFF.
4.Reset Button
Press to reset system settings to factory default (except password and parental lock settings).
5.SD Interface Connector
Insert an SD card for playback of music/video files.
6.Map Slot
The Mini SD card is used for the Navigation Map only, not for music or other files. This may be used for firmware updates if required.
7.A/V Input
Accepts a 3.5mm jack through which signals from various audio/video devices can be applied to the unit.
8.USB Connector
Connect a USB device for playback of music/video files.
9. Remote Sensor (optional)
10. Disc slot
11. Internal Microphone
Internal microphone for Bluetooth calls.
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Basic Operations
Detect parking brake
• Connect the cable "BRAKE" to the parking brake switch to view video files on the TFT monitor. Engage the parking brake for viewing videos.
• When the parking brake is not engaged, the monitor displays "Warning!!!, Video playback is
disabled for your safety. Engage parking brake to watch video.", preventing the driver to watch
content while driving. The rear screens are not interested in this inhibition.
Mute
Press [ VOL/ / ] knob to mute the volume from the unit. Press again to restore the volume. [
] is displayed on the LCD. Adjusting the volume or using any of the audio setup features cancels
the mute function.
Power On / Off
Press the [ VOL/ / ] knob on the unit to turn the unit on. The buttons on the front of the unit
light up for a moment and the current mode status appears in the LCD.
Press and hold the [ VOL/ / ] knob to power off the unit.
Audible Beep Confirmation
An audible beep tone confirms each function selection. The Beep tone can be disabled through the
Setup menu.
Playing Source Selection
Press the [ MENU ] button on the front panel to change between available playing sources. The
playing mode is displayed on the screen.
1. 1/2 or 2/2: Touch this page button to view the first or second page of on-screen buttons
2. Function icons
3. Clock
4. Touch for quick access to Equalizer level settings
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Basic Operations
EQ Menu
The Audio Control feature allows you to easily adjust your audio system to meet the acoustical
characteristics of your vehicle, which vary depending on the type of vehicle and its measurements.
Proper setting of the Fader and Balance boosts the effects of the cabin equalizer.
Select Preset Equalizer
1. Enter the EQ setup mode
Touch the [
] icon in the user interface and the
EQ setup interface will display on the screen.
2. Select EQ mode
Touch the desired EQ selection: [ Optional ] /
[ Classic ] / [ Rock ] / [ Jazz ] / [ Techno ] / [ Pop ],
and the EQ mode will change.
Adjust EQ Parameters
To adjust EQ parameters, touch and drag the parameters adjustment bar.
[ User ]: Set the desired audio effect.
[ Flat ]: Select the original audio effect.
[ Reset ]: Cancel the equalizer function settings.
[ Loud: On/Off ]: When listening to music at low volumes, this featurewill selectively boost certain bass and treble frequencies.
Adjust FAD BAL
You can adjust front/back/left/right balance of the speaker and the subwoofer volume to get
balanced listening effect according to the surroundings and your interest.
1. Enter the EQ setup mode
] icon in the user interface and the EQ
Touch the [
setup interface will display on the screen.
2. Adjust subwoofer volume
Touch [ ] / [ ] or drag [
] to adjust subwoofer
volume from -12 to +12.
3. Adjust fader / balance value
Touch [ ] / [ ] / [ ] / [ ] to adjust fader /
balance value from -20 to +20.
[ ]: Front speaker
[ ]: Rear speaker
[ ]: Left speaker
[ ]: Right speaker
Notes:
1. The parameters of the EQ modes has been preset and you can not change them besides ‘User’.
2. The EQ mode will change to ‘User’ automatically when you adjust the frequency value under the
modes besides ‘User’.
3. The value of Sub is independent of EQ mode and can be adjusted separately.
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Setting Date /Time
1. Touch [ Settings].
2. Touch [ Time ].
The date/time setup menu is displayed.
Set Date
1. Touch [ Date ].
2. Touch the date information on the screen .
A submenu is displayed.
3. Touch [ ] or [ ] to set year, month and day.
Set Clock Mode
1. Touch [Clock mode].
2. Touch [12Hr] or [24Hr] to switch clock mode.
Set Time
1. Touch [ Time ].
2. Touch the time on the screen, a submenu is displayed.
3. Touch [ ] or [ ] to set hour and minute.
4. When date/time is set, touch [ Save ] to confirm or [ Cancel ] to exit.
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Radio Mode
Tuner TFT Display
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1. Touch to view the MENU and select a new
playback source
2. Strong Local signal broadcasting indicator
3. Stereo broadcasting indicator
4. Current radio band indicator
5. Broadcaster information stored at the preset
6. Touch to view more on-screen buttons
7. Touch to seek backward
8. Touch for quick access to EQ level settings
9. Touch to seek forward
10. Touch to change between AM/FM bands
11. Clock
12. Current preset radio station
13. Current radio information
14. AF: Alternative Frequency indicator
15. TA: Traffic Announcement indicator
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TA
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16. RDS setting options
17. Save the desired radio station
18. Touch to change between Local and Distance
19. Enter frequency directly
20. Search stations automatically
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Select Radio as Playing Source
Open the Source Menu and then touch [Radio].
Select One Radio Band
Touch the [
AM2.
] icon on the user interface to select one radio band among FM1, FM2, FM3, AM1 and
Tune the radio
Auto Tunig
During auto tuning, the frequency will be changed in seek mode.
Touch the [ ] / [ ] icon on the user interface to tune in a higher / lower station.
Note: When a station is received, searching stops and the station is played.
Manual Tuning
Method 1:
Touch and hold [ ] / [ ] icon on the user interface more than 1 second to changed in steps
higher / lower station. Repeat the operation to change step by step.
Method 2:
1.Touch the numeric keypad icon [
].
Numeric keyboard is displayed, touch number to
input frequency.
2. Touch [
] to delete the input number step by step.
3. Touch [ OK ] to enter.
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Radio Mode
Preset Station
The unit has 5 bands, such as FM1, FM2, FM3, AM1, AM2, and each band can store 6 stations; the
unit can store 30 stations in total.
Search Stations Automatically
] to search station and store 6 strongest
Touch [
stations in current band automatically.
Manual Store
1. Tune to a station.
].
2. Touch [
3.Touch one of the channels P1 to P6 to save the select
band.
Tune to a Preset Station
1. Touch [Radio].
2. Select a band (if needed).
3.Touch one of the preset channels (P1 to P6) on the
screen.
Local Seeking
Touch the [
] icon and choose the Radio Local or Distance.
When the [
] icon turns bright, only stations with a strong signal strength will be detected .
Default is “Distance”.
EQ Selection
Press the [
] icon and enter the EQ setup.
RDS Basics
RDS transmits data to the radio which displays information such as name station, song artist, and
song title.
RDS service availability varies with areas.
Adjust RDS Settings
1. In Radio menu, touch [
].
The option menu is displayed.
2. Touch on the selected option to change the setting.
[RDS]: To turn on or off “RDS” function.
[CT]: To turn on or off “Clock Time” synchronization function.
[EON]: To turn on or off “EON” function.
[TA]: To turn on or off “TA” function.
[PTY]: To show PTY list.
[ VOL]: Touch [ ] / [ ] to adjust TA volume.
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Radio Mode
RDS ( Radio Data System )
The unit provides basic functions of RDS.
RDS service availability varies with areas. Please verify if RDS service is available in your area.
AF Function
Alternative Frequencies Lists are used in conjunction with the PI code (Program Identification
code)to assist automatic tuning.
Using this information, the radio can automatically search out another frequency of the same
station.
Note:
• During auto switching radio frequency, some interference may be heard..
• Turning off AF function can settle this problem.
EON ( Enhanced Other Networks )
When EON data is received, the EON indicator lights and the TA and AF functions are enhanced.
TA: Traffic information can be received from the current station or stations in other network.
AF: The frequency list of preset RDS stations is updated by EON data. EON enables the radio to
make fuller use of RDS information. It constantly updates the AF list of preset stations, including
the one that currently tuned into.
TA Function
The TA (Traffic Announcement) function lets the unit receive traffic announcements automatically.
The TA function can be activated by a TP (Traffic Program) station broadcasting traffic information.
When TA is activated and a traffic announcement is received, the current playing source will be
overridden by the traffic announcement The unit returns to the original source after the traffic
announcement has been received.
CT (Clock Time)
Some stations broadcast the time and date within the encoded RDS signal. The clock time is
automatically adjusted when ‘CT’ is set to ‘ON’.
PTY Function
PTY is an abbreviation for the type of program defined by a code to define the program being
broadcast (eg news or Rock).
The Options of PTY is displayed on the screen. To see the options PTY, tap the scroll bar and arrows
on the screen.
When an option is selected PTY (eg News), the radio unit, the PTY search available. If the PTY
requested was not found, the unit returns to the original radio frequency.
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Playback Mode
Load a Disc
You can play video, audio or images stored on the following discs:
• DVD Video, DVD-R, DVD-RW
• VCD
• Audio CD, CD-R, CD-RW
Note:Ensure that the disc contains playable content.
Eject a Disc
Press the [ ] key on the front panel to eject the disc. When the disc is ejected, the unit switches to
the previous source.
Touch Screen Controls
The touch key areas for DVD playback are outlined below:
A: Return to the main menu
B: Play the video and display playback information
C: Display onscreen control menu
D: Time display
A
B
C
Controlling Playback
To access the on-screen controls, touch the screen except upper left corner, and touch again to
cancel display. Touch [
] to view all function icons.
Connect a USB Device
1. Open the USB door.
2.Insert the small end of the USB cable to mini USB socket, then connect the other end of the
cable to your USB device.
Remove a USB Device
1. Select other source on the main menu.
2. Remove the USB device.
Insert a SD/MMC Card
1. Open SD/MMC card cover.
2. Insert the SD/MMC card into the SD/MMC card slot.
Play starts automatically.
Remove a SD/MMC Card
1. Select other source on the main menu.
2. Press the SD card to remove it.
Play/Pause
1.Once a disc, USB or SD/MMC card is inserted, play starts automatically.
For DVD movie, if a menu appears, press [ ] to start play.
2. To pause, touch [ ].
To resume play, touch [ ].
3. Skip to previous / next track / chapter, press [ ] / [ ] key.
Previous/Next
Touch [
]/[
] key on the screen to skip to previous / next track / chapter.
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Playback Mode
Search for a Folder
For Audio Files
1. Touch [
] to display all available audio folders.
2. Touch a folder,then touch the desired file.
3. Touch the file again to start play.
For Video Files
1. Touch [
] to display all available video folders.
2. Touch a folder,then touch the desired file.
3. Touch the file again to start play.
For Picture Files
1. Touch [
] to display all available picture folders
2. Touch a folder,then touch the desired file.
3. Touch the file again to start play.
For Folder Control
1. Touch [
] to display all available folders
2. Touch a folder,then touch the desired file.
3. Touch the file again to start play
Repeat
For DVD/VCD movie disc:
1. Touch bottom half of the screen to display menu on the
screen.
2. Touch [
] to display the 2nd menu.
3. Touch [
] repeatedly to select:
DVD
[
] Repeat chapter: Play the current chapter
repeatedly.
] Repeat title: Play all chapters in the title repeatedly.
[
[
] Repeat off: Play all in the all repeatedly.
[
] Repeat off: Cancel repeat play.
VCD
[
] Repeat single: Play the current single repeatedly.
[
] Repeat all: Play all in the all repeatedly.
[
] Repeat off: cancel repeat play.
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Playback Mode
For CD/MP3 files:
1. Touch anywhere except the upper left corner to display menu on the screen.
2. Touch [
] repeatedly:
[
[
] Repeat all: Play all in the all repeatedly.
[
] Repeat off: Cancel repeat play.
1
] Repeat single: Play the current single repeatedly.
Repeat A-B
You can repeat a specific of video file (from A to B).
1. Touch the screen to display control menu, if necessary.
2. Touch [
] to display the 2nd menu.
3. Touch [ A-B ] repeatedly to mark:
Repeat A-: the start of the section to repeat.
Repeat A-B: the end of the section to repeat.
The selected section plays repeatedly.
4. To exit A-B repeat mode, touch A-B repeatedly, [Repeat A-B off] is displayed.
Shuffle (Random) Play
You can play audio tracks/files in random order.
1. Touch the screen to display control menu, if necessary.
2. Touch [
] to display the 2nd menu, if necessary.
3. Touch [
] on the screen repeatedly to turn random play on or off.
Select Audio Mode
When you play VCDs, you can select an audio mode (R/L/Stereo).
1.During play, touch bottom half of the screen to display menu on the screen, if necessary.
2. Touch [
] to display the 2nd menu.
Touch [
] repeatedly until the audio mode is selected.
Select Subtitle Language
For DVD or Divx discs that contain two or more subtitle languages.
1.During play, touch the screen to display menu on the screen, if necessary.
2. Touch [
] to display the 2nd menu.
3. Touch [
] repeatedly to select a language.
The selected language is displayed.
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Playback Mode
Playback Information
Touch the screen when playing back DVD and VCD discs and the playback information will be
displayed on the top area of the TFT.
For DVD
1. Disc type.
2. DVD Title information. “01/08” indicates that this DVD has
8 titles and the title playing back now is the first title.
3. DVD Chapter information. “005/012” indicates that current
title has 12 chapters and the chapter playing back now is
the fifth chapter.
For VCD
1. Disc type.
DVD T:01/08 C:005/012
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3
2
VCD
Track:01/08
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2
2. VCD Track information. “01/08” indicates that this VCD
has 8 tracks and the track playing back now is the first
track.
Elapsed Time
1. Elapsed time of the current track.
2. Total time of the current track.
00:01:20
00:30:17
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Direct Track Entry
To select a track directly, touch the [
] icon on screen control
to display the direct entry menu. Enter the desired track using the
on-screen number pad. Press [ OK ] to the selected track.
Rotate Pictures
1.When you view pictures, touch the screen to display menu on the screen, if necessary.
2. Touch [
] to display the 2nd menu.
3. Touch [
] repeatedly to rotate the picture.
Zoom
You can zoom in pictures for a close view.
1.When you view pictures, touch the screen to display menu on the screen, if necessary.
2. Touch [
] to display the 2nd menu.
] repeatedly to zoom in the picture.
3. Touch [
Video Setup
Touch [
] to access video setup mode, touch [
] or [
] to
set the desired effect.
You may set the brightness, contrast, saturation, and hue of the
video output from 1 to 20.
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Bluetooth Mode
You can make or receive phone calls with Bluetooth-enabled phones through the unit. You can also
listen to music from a Bluetooth-enabled device.
Pair the Bluetooth-enabled Devices
To connect your Bluetooth device to the unit, you need to
pair the device to the unit. Pairing needs only to be done
once. You can pair up to five devices.
1. Turn on the Bluetooth function on the device.
] to search for Bluetooth device with the unit.
2. Touch [
3. Start scanning on the Bluetooth device and select the unit “M-DVD5560”
4. Enter default password “0000”.
Tip:
• The operational range between this unit and a Bluetooth device is approximately 5 meters .
• Before you connect a Bluetooth device to this unit, familiarize yourself with the Bluetooth
capabilities of the device.
• Compatibility with all Bluetooth device is not guaranteed.
• Any obstacle between this unit and a Bluetooth device can reduce the operational range.
• Keep this unit away from any other electronic device that may cause interference.
Disconnect Bluetooth Device
To disconnect one device, touch [
].
Tip
• The device will also be disconnected when the device is moved beyond the operational range.
• If you want to reconnect the device to the unit, place it within the operational range.
• If you do not want to reconnect the device to the unit automatically, touch [
],
then set [ Auto connect ] to [ Off ]. For details, see the “Adjust Bluetooth Settings” section.
Make a Call
1. Select Bluetooth function in the home menu.
2. Pair the phone with the unit.
3. Search for phone number from the following list:
[Phone Book]
[Call Log]
[Missed calls]
[Received calls]
[Dialed calls]
Or touch the number pad directly, then touch [
] to dial.
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Bluetooth Mode
Receive a Call
By default, all incoming calls are received automaticaly.
1.If there is an incoming call, the screen will appear
“Incoming”.
2. You may touch the screen to select [ hang up ] or
[ Answer ].
Tip
• You can select to receive calls manually by set [Auto answer] to [Off] status.
Adjust Bluetooth Settings
1. In Bluetooth menu,touch [
].
The option menu is displayed.
2. Touch on the selected option to change the setting.
∙ [Bluetooth]: To turn on or off “Bluetooth” function.
∙ [Auto connect]: To turn on or off “Auto connect” function.
∙ [Auto answer]: To turn on or off “Auto answer” function.
∙ [Pairing code]: To set paring code.
∙ [Phone book sync]: To synchronize phone book, touch
[ OK ] on the sub-menu popped out.
Phonebook sync may take several minutes to load on initial setup.
Tip
• You can also adjust Bluetooth settings in the “Settings” menu.
Bluetooth Music Mode
A2DP
A2DP is short for Advanced Audio Distribution Profile. The
mobile phones supporting this function can transmit stereo
audio, whereas the ones not supporting this function can
transmit mono audio only.
AVRCP
AVRCP is short for Audio/Video Remote Control Profile.
The mobile phones supporting this function can control the
playback of a Bluetooth audio player.
In the mode of the music player working, if you want to make a phone call, you can press the
number keys on the mobile phone. At the same time the music player will stop. The TFT screen
will display “Calling”, after the call received, the voice will be transferred to the unit. When the call
ends, the screen will display music playing menu.
If there is an incoming phone call, the music player will stop, and the screen will display “Incoming”.
When the call ends, the screen will display music playing menu.
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Settings
General Settings
1. Touch [ General ] in the settings page.
2. Touch to highlight a setting.
3. Touch on the option to display/select an option.
4. Touch [
] or press the Menu button on the front panel to exit.
General settings
Options
Description
USA
China
Radio region
Japan
Select one that matches your location.
Europe
Europe (LW)
OIRT
Radio range
Local
Distance
Blackout
Off/10s/20s
Dimmer mode
Night/Dark/Normal/Brightness
Adjust the display brightness.
On
Turn on the beep sound. Each time you press a button,
the unit beeps.
Off
Turn off the beep sound.
Start
Calibrate the touch screen.
Beep
Calibration
Calibration
When the touch operation is not sensitive or valid, you should
calibrate the touch screen through calibration setting function.
Adjust the response positions of the touch panel as followings:
1. Press the [ Calibration ] option on the setup menu to enter.
2. Touch [ Start ] to enter.
3. Aim at center of [ + ], follow the path as shown of the figure, after
steps from 1 to 5, touch anywhere on the screen to save and exit
from calibration. Or wait for 30 seconds to exit without making
changes.
Video Settings
1. Touch [Video].
2. Touch an option repeatedly to select:
3. Touch [
] or press the Menu button on the front panel to exit.
Video settings
Detect parking brake
Options
Description
On
Disable video
Off
Enable video
When detect parking brake is set to“On” , the screen will display [ Warning!!!” Video playback is
disabled for your safety. Engage parking brake to watch video] The above warning screen will
prevent the driver watching images.
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Settings
Sound settings
1. Touch [Sound].
2. Touch an option repeatedly to select:
3. Touch [
] or press the Menu button on the front panel to exit.
Sound settings
Subwoofer
Options
Description
On
Turn on the subwoofer.
Off
Turn off the subwoofer
80Hz
Subwoofer filter
120Hz
Select subwoofer filter criteria.
160Hz
Time settings
1. Touch [ Time ].
2. Touch an option repeatedly to select:
3. Touch [
] or press the Menu button on the front panel to exit.
Time settings
Options
Description
Date
Y/M/D
Touch [
Clock
Time
] or [
] to set year, month and day.
Touch [12Hr] or [24Hr] to switch clock mode.
H/M/AM/
PM
Touch [
Touch [
] or [
] or [
] to set hour and minute.
] to set AM/PM (only for 12Hr).
Language settings
1. Touch [Language].
2. Touch an option repeatedly to select.
3. Touch [
] or press the Menu button on the front panel to exit.
Language settings
Description
OSD
Select on-screen display language.
DVD audio
Select DVD audio language. Options available depend on DVD disc.
DVD subtitle
Select DVD subtitle language. Options available depend on DVD disc.
Disc menu
Select DVD menu language. Options available depend on DVD disc.
Bluetooth settings
1. Touch [Bluetooth].
2. Touch an option repeatedly to select.
3. Touch [
] or press the Menu button on the front panel to exit.
Bluetooth settings
Bluetooth
Auto connect
Auto answer
Options
Description
On
Turn on the Bluetooth function.
Off
Turn off the Bluetooth function.
On
If the pre-paired device is within the effective range, the unit re-connects to
pre-paired device automatically.
Off
Need to re-connect manually.
On
Answer paired phone call automatically.
Off
Answer phone call manually.
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Settings
DVD settings
1. Touch [DVD].
2. Touch an option repeatedly to select.
3. Touch [
] or press the Menu button on the front panel to exit.
DVD settings
Options
Description
Set password
Set password to restrict the play of discs. The default password is 0000.
Kid safe
Acceptable for children.
G
Acceptable for general viewers.
PG
Parental guidance suggested.
PG-13
Unsuitable for children under age 13.
PG-R
Recommend parents to restrict children under 17 to view.
R
Restricted recommend parents to guide children under 17 to view.
NC-17
Unsuitable for children under age 17.
Adult
Acceptable for adults only.
DRC
On/Off
Dynamic range compression on or off.
Load factory
Restore to default settings.
Rating level
Volume settings
You can set different volume for different modes.
1. Touch [Volume].
2. Touch on a source.
[DVD] [Bluetooth]
[USB] [AV-IN1] (front)
[SDHC] [AV-IN2] (rear, optional)
[Radio] [Navigation]
3. Touch [ ] or [ ] to assign value: 0 to 12.
When switching to the source, the volume increases or decreases automatically.
4. Touch [
] or press the Menu button on the front panel to exit.
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Other Modes
Other Devices
You can connect an external audio/video device to the unit.
1. Connect the external device with the supplied AV cable.
2. Touch the upper left corner to display the main menu.
3. Touch [AV1] front input or [AV2] rear input.
Reset
When the unit hangs up, you can reset it.
Press [ RESET ] with a ball-point pen or similar tool.
Tip:
When the unit has been reset, all the settings will return
to default settings.
VOL
Reset
Replace a Fuse
If there is no power, the fuse may be damaged and need to be replaced.
1. Take out the unit from dashbpard.
2. Check all electrical connections.
3. Buy a fuse that matches the amperage of the damaged fuse.
4. Replace the fuse while the units power is disconnected.
Navigation (GPS)
1. Touch the upper left corner to display home menu.
2. Touch [Navigation], to start the navigation software.
3. For instructions on using of navigator, refer to the manufacturer’s user manual.
Nota:
While Navigation is running, you can view the previously selected source by holding the [MENU]
button. Press again and hold the [MENU] button to return to the navigation mode.
Where it was used the Bluetooth function you can display the navigation following the procedure
described above.
Steering Wheel Control Programming
1. Touch the upper left corner to display home menu.
2. Touch [ SWC ], the SWC menu will display.
3. Select the keys corresponding to the functions of steering wheel controls by tapping the KEY and
define the desired function.
4. Touch [ Pair ] to program.
5. Press each individual steering wheel control button for each corresponding function.
6. Once the final steering wheel control button is programmed, the functions are saved and the
programming will end.
7. Touch [ Reset ] to reset the programming.
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Specifications
General
Reference Supply Voltage........................................................................................................ 12V(DC)
Operating Voltage Range............................................................................................ 10.5 - 15.8V(DC)
Max Operating Current.................................................................................................................... 15A
Grounding System...................................................................................... Car Battery Negative Pole
Dimensions(WXHXD)........................................................................................... 178X101.5X160.5mm
Weight(main unit)....................................................................................................................... 1.75kg
FM
Signal Noise Ratio.....................................................................................................................≥55dB
Residual Noise Sensitivity (S/N=30dB)...................................................................................18dBμV
Frequency Response (±3dB)....................................................................................... 20Hz~12.5KHz
Station Seeking Level........................................................................................................ 20~28dBμV
Distortion................................................................................................................................... ≤1.0%
Stereo Separation (1KHz)..........................................................................................................≥25dB
Antenna Impedance.......................................................................................................................75Ω
AM
Residual Noise Sensitivity (S/N=20dB)...................................................................................30dBμV
Selectivity (±9KHz).....................................................................................................................≥50dB
LCD
Screen size................................................................................................................. 6.2 inches(16:9)
Display resolution........................................................................................................... 800X480dots
Contrast radio................................................................................................................................ 400
Brightness........................................................................................................................... 280cd/m2
DVD Player
Signal / Noise Ratio.....................................................................................................................80dB
Dynamic Range............................................................................................................................80dB
Distortion (line out).................................................................................................................... ≤0.1%
Frequency Response (±3dB).......................................................................................... 20Hz~20KHz
Maximum Output Power.......................................................................................................... 4×45W
Load Impedance............................................................................................................................. 4Ω
AUX IN
Distortion................................................................................................................................... ≤0.5%
Frequency Response (±3dB).......................................................................................... 20Hz~20KHz
Audio Input Level.......................................................................................................................1Vrms
Audio
Audio Output Impedance.............................................................................................................100Ω
Audio Output Level...........................................................................................................2Vrms(Max)
Video
Normal Video Input Level (CVBS)..........................................................................................1.0±0.2V
Video Input Impedance..................................................................................................................75Ω
Video Output Impedance...............................................................................................................75Ω
Video Output Level..................................................................................................................1.0±0.2V
Environment
Operating Temperature................................................................................................-10°C ~ +60°C
Storing Temperature....................................................................................................-20°C ~ +70°C
Operating Humidity......................................................................................................... 45%~80%RH
Storing Humidity............................................................................................................. 30%~90%RH
Notice:
When the unit is operated to extremes, such as with maximum power output for a long time,
or the temperature is over 70°C, it will enter heat protection mode, the volume will be reduced
automatically. This is normal.
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Specifications
Supported Formats:
• USB or memory file format: FAT16,FAT32
• Mp3 bit rate(date rate): 32-320 Kbps and variable bit rate
• Directory nesting up to a maximum of 8 levels
• Number of albums/folders: maximum 99
• Number of tracks/titles: maximum 999
• ID3 tag v2.0 or later
• File name in Unicode UTF8(maximum length:128 bytes)
Unsupported Formates:
• Empty albums:an empty album is an album that does not contain MP3 files,and is not be shown
in the display.
• Unsupported file formats are skipped.For example,Word documents(.doc) or
Mp3 files with extension.dlf are ignored and not played.
• AAC,WMV,PCM audio files
Supported MP3 Disc Format:
• ISO9660,Joliet
• Maximum title number: 512(depending on file name length)
• Maximum album number: 255
• Supported sampling frequencies: 32kHz,44.1kHz,48kHz
• Supported Bit-rates: 32-320Kbps and variable bit rate
Supported Video Formats:
• DVD
• MP4
•Xvid (optional)
Region Code
According to DVD sale region, the whole world is divided into six regions. A DVD disc can be played
back only when its region code is compatible with that of the player in use.
Region 1: USA, Canada, East Pacific Ocean Islands;
Region 2: Japan, West Europe, North Europe, Egypt, South Africa, Middle East;
Region 3: Taiwan of China, Hong Kong of China, South Korea, Thailand, Indonesia, South East Asia;
Region 4: Australia, New Zealand, Mid & south America, South Pacific Ocean Islands/Oceania;
Region 5: Russia, Mongolia, India, Middle Asia, East Europe, North Korea, North Africa, North West
Asia;
Region 6: Chinese Mainland.
Cautions when using Discs
1) DO NOT use irregular shaped disc.
2) Disc Cleaning
Use a dry, soft cloth to wipe the disc from center to edge, only neutral detergent can be used.
3) When playing a new disc
New disc may have some rough spots around the inner and outer edges. If such a disc is used,
remove these rough spots with a pencil or ball-point pen, etc.
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Troubleshooting
What appears to be trouble is not always serious. Please check the following points before calling
a service center.
Problem
Cause
Corrective action
General
Unit can not power on
No/low audio output
Poor sound quality or
distortion
Unit resets itself when
engine is off
Unit fuse blown.
Install new fuse with correct rating.
Car battery fuse blown.
Install new fuse with correct rating.
Illegal operation
Reset the unit.
Improper audio output connection.
Check wiring and correct.
Volume set too low.
Increase volume level.
Speakers damaged.
Replace speakers.
Heavily biased volume balance.
Adjust the channel balance to center
position.
Speaker wiring is in contact with metal part of
car.
Insulate all speaker wiring connections.
Pirated disc is in use.
Use original disc.
Speaker power rating does not match unit.
Replace speakers.
Wrong connections.
Check wiring and correct.
Speaker is shorted.
Check wiring and correct.
Incorrect connection between ACC and BATT.
Check wiring and correct.
TFT monitor
Warning information is
shown at all times
Flashing image or
interference appears on
screen
Parking break wiring is not correct.
Check wiring and correct.
The color system of DVD disc does not match the
monitor.
Adjust the color system of the DVD disc
playing back or the monitor in use.
Pirated disc is in use.
Use original disc.
Video cable damaged.
Replace cables.
Improper video signal connections.
Check wiring and correct.
Disc playback
Cannot insert disc
A disc is already inside the unit.
Eject current disc and insert new one.
Disc is warped or scratched.
Use disc in good condition.
Disc is dirty or wet.
Clean disc with soft cloth.
Incompatible disc is used.
Use compatible disc.
Disc is inserted upside down.
Insert disc with label side up.
Disc region code is not compatible with unit.
Use disc with proper region code.
PBC cannot be used during
VCD playback
PBC is not available on the disc.
Use disc with PBC available.
Repeat or search function is
invalid during VCD playback
PBC is on.
Turn PBC off.
Disc does not play back
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PIN NO.
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Connector A
Function
2
Antenna-Power Control/ Blue
Ground / Black
Steering Wheel Control
Battery 12V(+) / Yellow
Rear left (+) / Green
Illumination / Orange
1
4
3
6
5
5
6
3
4
1
2
ACC+ / Red
Connector B
Rear left (-) / Green with black stripe
Front left (-) / White with black stripe
Front left (+) / White
Front right (-) / Gray with black stripe
Front right / Gray
Rear right (-) / Purple with black stripe
Rear right (+) / Purple
8
7
8
7
Wire Connections
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