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AWM950
High Power AM/FM/DVD Player
Owner’s Manual
Designed Specifically for the
Van and RV lndustries
Thank you for your purchase of the AWM950. It is designed to give you good value and many hours of
listening enjoyment. Please read this manual carefully, as it should be able to answer many of your questions
about the operation and features of this product.
IMPORTANT NOTES
Avoid installing unit in locations described below:
-Places exposed to heat radiating appliances such as electric heaters
-On top of other equipment that radiates heat
-Places lacking ventilation or dusty places
-Humid or moist places
Features:
-AM/FM Wallmount Stereo with DVD Player
-Suspended Automotive DVD Deck Mechanism
-Electronic Tuner
-Locking Power / Speaker Connector
-Clock /Alarm
-2-Channel (Left, Right with A/B Speaker Outputs)
-Auxiliary Input Function
-Backlit Controls
-Reverse Polarity Protection
-50 Watts Power Output
-12VDC
-US/European Bands
-Bass/Treble
-Alarm Defeat Switch
REAR PANEL FEATURES
-External Fuse Holder
-Main Wiring Pigtail with Locking Amp Connector (12-Pin)
-Auxiliary Input Phone Jacks (Left and Right)
Manual contents:
Features-Manual contents
Controls Identification
Operation Instructions
Hook Up Wiring Color Code
Installation/Specification
Warranty
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Controls Identification:
Controls Identification
1) Tuning Up / Seek / Minute Set Button
2) Tuning Down / Seek / Hour Set Button
3) Mute / AS/PS / Loud Buttons
4) Time Set Button
5) Display Window
6) Alarm Set / Alarm On/Off Buttons
7) Button Reset
8) Preset # 3 (Previous) / Preset # 4 (Next)
9) Preset # 5 (Menu)
10) Preset # 6 (Enter)
11) Preset # 1 (Play/Pause) / Preset # 2
(Stop)
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DVD Player
Eject Button
Speaker Selector
1/8” Auxiliary Input Jack
Stereo Headphone Jack
Audio Adjust Button
Power Switch w/Volume Control
Source Selectors
Car Antenna Jack – 75 ohm
FM Antenna Terminals
RCA Auxiliary Input Jacks
Harness
Remote Controls Identification
Remote Controls Identification
1) Power
2) Source
3) Numeric Buttons
4) Mute
5) Tune Up
6) Tune Down
7) Previous
8) Left
9) Enter
10) Fast Reverse
11) Stop
12) Subtitle
13) Setup
14) Program
15) Audio (DVD)
16) Go To
17) Angle
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Eject
Menu/Band
Audio Mode
Vol +
Vol –
Up
Next
Right
Down
Fast Forwarding
Play / Pause
Display
Title
Repeat
Time / Freq
Zoom
Operating Instructions:
NOTE: Number in parenthesis (#) corresponds with “Control Identification” on page 3.
Note : Power can be turned on by pushing any button on the front of the AWM950.
LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY PANEL
The liquid crystal display (LCD) panel displays the frequency, time and activated functions.
Note: It is characteristic of LCD panels that, if subjected to cold temperatures for an extended period of time,
they will take longer to illuminate than under normal conditions. In addition, the visibility of the numbers on
the LCD may slightly decrease. The LCD readout will return to normal when the temperature increases to a
normal range.
TUNER
1) Turn power on by pushing the Power switch /Volume control button (18).
2) Use the Source Selectors (19), select the AM/FM button
3) Use the Speaker Selector Switch(14) to choose speaker output
4) Use the Tuner Up (1) or Down (2) buttons to select station manually. Also, the Station Preset buttons can
select stations (this will be discussed later in the manual). Push either of the seek buttons (1 or 2) to tune
to the next higher or lower active station.
5) Adjust Volume Control (18) to suit taste.
DVD PLAYER
1) Turn power on by pushing the power switch / volume control button (18).
2) Insert an available disc such as DVD, CD, or MP3 CD into the DVD player (12)
3) Use the Speaker Selector switch (14) to choose between speaker output, headphones or both.
4) Press the DVD Play/Pause button (11).
5) You may change tracks or chapters by using the Next or Previous buttons (8).
6) To change to AM/FM or Aux. Inputs, press the corresponding button; to return to DVD press the DVD
button.
8) To eject the disc, press the Eject button(13).
AUXILIARY INPUT
1) Push Power Switch (18) “On”.
2) Using the Source Selectors (19), choose the button labeled “AUX”.
3) If there is an external source (example: CD shuttle or TV audio) connected to the Auxiliary Input Jacks
(22) on the rear of the radio, then you can listen to your external source through the system.
SETTING THE CLOCK
1) Push Power Switch (18) “On”.
2) Press the T/F button (4) to display the clock
3) Hold the T/F button (4) and simultaneously use the H and M buttons (1 and 2) to adjust hours and
minutes.
Note: The T/F also toggles between time and radio frequency on the display.
SETTING STATION INTO MEMORY PRESET
1) This unit has the ability to set 18 FM and 12 AM stations into memory.
2) To set the AM or FM stations into memory, first tune to the desired station.
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3) Then press and hold one of preset buttons (8,9,10 or 11) for more than 3 seconds.
DVD PLAYBACK OPERATIONS
***Please refer to the remote control figure on page 4.
PLAY/PAUSE
Press the button to play or pause.
EJECT
Press this button to load or eject disc.
STOP
Press this button once when playing, the unit stops and the stop location is memorized. When user presses
the PLAY button after that, the unit will resume playback, If user press STOP twice, then disc stops and unit
will play the disc from the beginning when the PLAY button is next pressed.
NUMERIC BUTTON
Push the buttons to play your favorite track. If the track is from 1 to 9, you can directly press the number. If
the track number is 10 and over, you should use button 10+ and the other number buttons together to select
the track.
DIRECTION BUTTON AND ENTER BUTTON
Press the DIRECTION button to move the cursor to the selected item, and then press the ENTER button to
confirm it.
FF/FR
Press the button to select fast reverse or forward with different speed.
ZOOM
Press the button during normal playback to zoom a picture, Press this button repeatedly to change the
magnification levels.
REPEAT
When playing DVD disc, press the button to repeat the title or current chapter. When playing VCD or CD disc,
press the button to repeat current track, all tracks and RANDOM play mode.
GOTO
Press this button to select time, track or chapter.
AUDIO
When playing a DVD disc, press the button to select audio language. When playing other kinds of disc, press
the button to select audio channel.
DISPLAY
Press this button to display the current playback information on the screen
VOL+/VOLPress the button to adjust sound volume.
MUTE
Press this button to mute
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SETUP
Press this button to enter setup menu.
PREVIOUS/NEXT
Press this button to go to the PREVIOUS/NEXT chapter, track or song.
TITLE
For DVD discs, press this button to enter the title menu, press the DIRECTION buttons and PLAY button to
select and play (only if supported by the discs).
MENU
Press this button once to return to the root menu. If user selected none of the chapters in the menu, and
press MENU again, last position memory function will turn on and the disc will be played from where user
last pressed the MENU button.
SUBTILE
For DVD disc, press this button to select subtitle.
ANGLE
Press this button to select different visual angles if stored on the DVD disc.
SETUP OF PLAYER FUNCTION
This menu can be used to choose audio language, subtitle language, OSD language and DVD menu
language. You need to set up these items when you begin to play a DVD disc. When you start to play a DVD
disc, the DVD player will automatically choose default language if the DVD player contains this language
already.
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You can press SETUP button on the remote control to bring this setup
Use UP/DOWN arrow buttons to select the item that you want to change.
USE LEFT/RIGHT arrow buttons to change your setting.
USE UP/DOWN arrow button to exit the item you want
USE UP/DOWN arrow button to page icon and highlight it. Use LEFT/RIGHT arrow buttons to change
setup menu page.
After finishing your setting, you can choose SETUP to exit and save these modifications into memory.
GENERAL SETUP
OSD LANGUAGE
This item is used to select OSD (On-screen display) language. It includes
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English
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SCREEN SAVER
This item is used to open/close SCREEN SAVER
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On: Screen saver will automatically be executed if the screen keeps still for whole fifteen minutes
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OFF : Screen saver would not be executed in any situation
LOAD SETUP DEFAULT
This item is used to restore all menus as factory defaults, except the item related to Parent Control Sub-item.
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RESET
LANGUAGE SETUP
MENU
When you begin to play a DVD disc, this player will automatically select its default menu language which you
could choose among the following items, depending on the particular DVD disk options.
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ENGLISH
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FRENCH
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RUSSIAN
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JAPANESE
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GERMAN
AUDIO
When you begin to play a DVD disc, this player will automatically select its default audio language which you
could choose among the following items.
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ENGLISH
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FRENCH
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RUSSIAN
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JAPANESE
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GERMAN
SUBTITLE
When you begin to play a DVD disc, the default subtitle of this player will automatically be displayed which
you could choose among the following items.
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ENGLISH
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FRENCH
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RUSSIAN
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JAPANESE
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GERMAN
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VIDEO SETUP
TV SCREEN
Which picture format appears on your TV depends on what kind of TV you have and the picture mode your
TV is set to;
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4:3 – LETTER BOX refers to pictures where black bands appear at the top and bottom.
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16:9 – WIDE SCREEN for wide screen TV (Full mode)
TV OUTPUT
This item is used to select a TV signal system to match your TV set. It includes ;
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AUTO
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NTSC
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PAL
SCAN MODE
INTERLACED (Interlaced scanning)
The default setting of the DVD player is INTERLACED (Interlaced scanning)
BRIGHTNESS
This item is used to adjust the BRIGHTNESS to your screen
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Press ENTER button to enter this item
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Press LEFT/RIGHT arrow buttons to adjust brightness
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Press UP/DOWN arrow buttons to exit
CONTRAST
This item is used to adjust the CONTRAST to your screen
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Press ENTER button to enter this item
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Press LEFT/RIGHT arrow buttons to adjust contrast
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Press UP/DOWN arrow buttons to exit
SATURATION
This item is used to adjust the SATURATION to your screen
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Press ENTER button to enter this item
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Press LEFT/RIGHT arrow buttons to adjust saturation
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Press UP/DOWN arrow buttons to exit
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AUDIO SETUP
CHANNEL
2CH STEREO – Select stereo
2CH LT/RT – Select left and right channel
DIGITAL OUTPUT
SET – Each DVD disc has its own Audio output options. You can set up the DVD’s Digital Audio Output
according to your speaker system. This item contains ;
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DOLBY – Select LPCM and BITSTREAM output and OFF
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DTS – Select LPCM and BITSTREAM OUTPUT and OFF
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MPEG – Select LPCM and BITSTREAM output and OFF
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PCM – Select LPCM 48KHz and LPCM 96KHz output
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DIGITAL OUTPUT – Turn digital output ON and OFF
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HDCD UPSAMPLE – Turn HDCD up sample ON and OFF
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BACK – back to AUDIO SETUP MENU
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SECURITY SETUP
PARENTAL CONTROL
The parental control is a rating system such as movie ratings. This helps you control the types of DVD that
your family watches. For example, you could edit out violent scenes that are unsuitable for children
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Use UP/DOWN arrow buttons to select password item, and enter a personal 4 digital right security code.
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Use UP/DOWN arrow buttons to select parent control, and use LEFT/RIGHT arrow buttons to select the
parental control level.
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Press UP/DOWN arrow buttons to exit. You can not play DVD discs rated higher than level you selected
unless you cancel the parental control function.
Note ; This feature works with DVD discs that have been assigned a rating.
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CHANGING PARENTAL CONTROL PASSWORD
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Use UP/DOWN arrow buttons to select Password item.
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Enter old 4 – digital security code
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Then enter new 4 digital security code
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Press UP/DOWN arrow button to exit
Note : New 4 – digital security code will take effect after closing the Setup menu.
NOTE :
It is necessary to stop the disc playback if you want to enter the PREFERENCES MENU ITEM.
In PREFERENCES MENU ITEM, the system default password is 0000.
Operating instructions
USING THE AUDIO ADJUST BUTTON
1) You can toggle between volume, treble, bass and balance control by pressing the Audio Adjust button (17)
2) Once at the desired function, you can use the volume buttons to adjust.
SETTING THE ALARM
1) Hold the Alarm set button (6)
2) Use the H and M buttons (1 and 2) to adjust hours and minutes.
3) The alarm On/Off button (6) activates or deactivates the alarm.
AS/PS BUTTON
This button is for Auto-Store tuning (AS) and Preset Scan Tuning (PS) (3).
1) Press this button momentarily during radio operation to scan the preset stations in the chosen band’s
memory. The unit will stop at each preset station for approximately 5 seconds before continuing on to the
next preset station. Press this button momentarily to stop preset scan operation and remain on the
current station.
2) A press of this button for longer than 2 seconds will activate the Auto-Store tuning feature which will
automatically scan the band and enter up to 6 strong stations into the preset memories. After entering
the stations into the memories, the unit will automatically stop at each station for approx. 5 seconds so
each station can be heard.
Note ; if you have already set the preset memories to your favorite stations, activating the Auto-Store feature
will erase those stations and enter the new strong stations.
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Hook up wiring color code.
WIRING COLOR CODE
COLOR
ORANGE/WHITE STRIPE
GREEN/WHITE STRIPE
BLACK/WHITE STRIPE
WHITE
VIOLET
BLUE
LIGHT GREEN
RED
VIOLET/BLACK STRIPE
YELLOW
LT GREEN/BLACK STRIPE
FUNCTION
+12VDC IGNITION POWER
+12VDC BATTERY POWER
POWER GROUND (-12VDC)
LEFT (A) SPEAKER (+)
LEFT (A) SPEAKER (-)
RIGHT (A) SPEAKER (+)
RIGHT (A) SPEAKER (-)
LEFT (B) SPEAKER (+)
LEFT (B) SPEAKER (-)
RIGHT (B) SPEAKER (+)
RIGHT (B) SPEAKER (-)
RCA CONNECTOR
RCA JACK (AUX-R)
RCA JACK (AUX-L)
AUDIO IN (R)
AUDIO IN (L)
WIRE/PLUG COLOR
BLACK / YELLOW
GRAY / YELLOW
BLACK / RED
BLACK / WHITE
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO IN
AUDIO OUTPUT (R)
AUDIO OUTPUT (L)
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Installation:
1) Cut a mounting hole in the desired location using mounting hole diagram (below) and use the four
3x20min self tapping screws provided to mount the unit.
2) Route power, speaker and antenna cables through hole and connect to unit as outlined in the Wiring
Color Code diagram on the previous page.
3) After making sure connections are correct, test operation.
Specifications:
Operating Voltage:
Output Power:
Output Wiring:
Output Impedance:
Tuning Range:
Sensitivity
FM Stereo Separation:
DVD Frequency Response:
DVD Channel Separation:
DVD S/N Ratio:
DVD Distortion:
SizeOverall Size:
Mounting Size:
Weight:
11-16VDC
50 Watts Total (25 Watts per Channel)
2/4 speaker and Headphone System
Compatible with 4-8 Ohm Speakers,
4 Ohm Load Min.
(AM)530-1710 KHz
(FM) 87.5-107.9 MHz
(AM) less than 15uv
(FM) less than 2.5uv
More than 30dB
20-20,000 Hz
50dB
70dB
0.2%
10.43”(W)x7” (H)x6.26 (D)
265mm(W)x178mm(H)x159mm(D)
9.25”(W)x6.05”(H)x5.25”(D)
235mm(W)x154mm(H)x133mm(D)
3.75 lbs.(1.7 Kg)
*Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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WARRANTY
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