Operating instructions | Audiovox ACD95 Car Stereo System User Manual

OWNER'S MANU
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MANUAL
ACD-94
MODE
MUTE
BAND
SEL
POWER
PRESS
MANU
SKIP
AUDIO
ADJUST
T/F
EQ
LOUD
3 in 1 CD CASSETTE RECEIVER
M/S
AS
PS
1 PAU
2 SCN
3 RPT
4 RND
5 D.DN
6 D.UP
LOC
ACD-95
AM/FM/MPX RADIO WITH MOTORIZED
FOLD-DOWN FRONT PANEL,
COMPACT DISC PLAYER,
AUDIO CASSETTE PLAYER,
CD CHANGER CONTROLS
AND QUARTZ CLOCK
Released 11-18-02.
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This unit is designed to fit into a double-DIN dashboard opening (approximately 7.0 x 3.9” (178
x 100 mm)), found in many imported cars. The unit has threaded holes in the chassis side
panels which may be used with the original factory mounting brackets of some Toyota, Nissan,
Mitsubishi, Isuzu, Hyundai and Honda vehicles to mount the radio to the dashboard. For
assistance or answers to installation problems, call Audiovox toll-free at 1-800-645-4994
(Continental U.S./Canada only), or consult with your local car stereo specialist shop.
1.
Remove the existing factory radio from its dashboard or center console mounting.
Save all hardware and brackets as they will be used to mount the new radio.
2.
Remove the factory mounting brackets and hardware from the existing radio. Attach
the mounting brackets to the new radio using the M5 x 5mm screws supplied with the
ACD-95. DO NOT USE THE SCREWS FROM THE FACTORY RADIO.
CAUTION :
DO NOT EXCEED M5 X 5 MM MAXIMUM SCREW SIZE.
LONGER SCREWS MAY TOUCH AND DAMAGE COMPONENTS
INSIDE THE CHASSIS.
3.
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In most installations, it is more convenient to complete the wiring before mounting the
radio in the dashboard. Follow the wiring diagram carefully and make certain all
connections of the wiring harness are secure and insulated with wire nuts or electrical
tape to insure proper operation of the unit. After completing the wiring
connections, plug the 14-pin connector into the mating socket on the rear of the
chassis, attach the front panel, and turn the unit on to confirm operation (ignition
switch must be “on”). If unit does not operate, re-check all wiring until problem is
corrected. Once proper operation is achieved, turn off the ignition switch, unplug
the wiring harness from the chassis, and proceed with final mounting of the chassis.
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CAUTION !
z THE AMPLIFIERS IN THIS RADIO ARE ONLY DESIGNED FOR USE WITH 4 SPEAKERS.
z NEVER COMBINE (BRIDGE) OUTPUTS FOR USE WITH 2 SPEAKERS.
z NEVER GROUND NEGATIVE SPEAKER LEADS TO CHASSIS GROUND.
z FAILURE TO WIRE CORRECTLY MAY CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE RADIO.
INSTALLATION DIAGRAM
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4. Mount the new radio assembly to the dashboard or center console using the
reverse procedure of step 1.
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R A DIO WIRING
WIRING DIAGRAM
BLACK
AM/FM
MAST
ANTENNA
AM/FM
POWER
ANTENNA
WHITE=LEFT
AUXILIARY AUDIO
INPUT FROM
OPTIONAL
EXTERNAL
CD/MP3/DVD
PLAYER
MATING 20-PIN
SOCKET
RADIO
15A
FEMALE 8-PIN INPUT CONNECTOR
FOR OPTIONAL CD CHANGER
BLUE WIRE CAN BE
USED TO ACTIVATE
AN AUTOMATIC
POWER ANTENNA.
REFER TO ANTENNA INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.
20-PIN PLUG
TO GROUNDED METAL
PART OF CAR
(REMOVE ANY PAINT)
BLACK (GROUND)
TO CONSTANT +12 YELLOW (BATTERY +12V.)
VOLT SOURCE
GRAY
WHITE=LEFT
RED=RIGHT
REAR RCA
FEMALE
JACKS
LOW LEVEL AUDIO
OUT TO OPTIONAL
EXTERNAL AMPLIFIERS
USE WIRE NUTS OR SOLDER
AND TAPE ALL SPLICES
RED (ACC. +12V.)
TO SWITCHED
+12 VOLT SOURCE
0.5 A. FUSE

+

WHITE w/BLACK
STRIPE
WHITE
CAUTION : NEGATIVE WIRES (-) MUST CONNECT AS
SHOWN. NEVER GROUND THE NEGATIVE WIRES FROM
SPEAKERS TO METAL PART OF CAR.
4
LEFT REAR
SPEAKER
4 - 8 OHMS
15 A. FUSE
ANTENNA SOCKET
BLUE (POWER ANTENNA)
LEFT FRONT
SPEAKER
4 - 8 OHMS
RED=RIGHT
+


GREEN
GRAY w/BLACK
STRIPE
GRAY

+

RIGHT FRONT
SPEAKER
4 - 8 OHMS
CAUTION : NEGATIVE WIRES (-) MUST CONNECT AS
SHOWN. NEVER GROUND THE NEGATIVE WIRES
FROM SPEAKERS TO METAL PART OF CAR.
VIOLET
GREEN w/BLACK VIOLET w/BLACK
STRIPE
STRIPE
+


RIGHT REAR
SPEAKER
4 - 8 OHMS
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POWER PRESS (ON-OFF) BUTTON ( )
Press this button in the center of the AUDIO
ADJUST control to turn the unit on or off. If the
panel is in the lowered position when the ignition switch is turned off, or if the POWER
button is pressed, the panel will automatically rise to the closed position and the unit
will then turn off.
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AUDIO ADJUST (LEVEL) CONTROL
To increase the volume level, turn the AUDIO
ADJUST knob clockwise (CW). The volume
level will be shown on the display panel from
a minimum of 00 to a maximum of 32. To
decrease the volume level, turn the knob counterclockwise (CCW). The display will automatically return to the normal indication 5 sec-
onds after the last volume adjustment or
when another function is activated. This control is also used in conjunction with the Select (SEL) control button
to adjust the
bass, treble, balance and fader levels as
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SELECT (SEL) CONTROL BUTTON
This button is used to select the audio
function (volume, bass, treble, balance or
fade) whose setting is adjusted using the
AUDIO ADJUST control 2. Pressing the SEL
button once will set the unit for bass
adjustment (BAS will appear on the display
panel). Pressing the button additional times
will select treble adjustment (TRE on the
display), balance (BAL), fader (FAd) and
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volume (VOL). The display will automatically
LEFT/RIGHT BALANCE CONTROL
return to the normal indication 5 seconds after
To
adjust
the left-right speaker balance, first
the last adjustment or when another function
select
the
Balance mode by pressing the
is activated.
Select button
so the BAL indication
appears on the display panel. Within 5
NOTE: If the Equalizer function
is active, seconds of choosing the Balance mode, turn
the BAS and TRE settings will not be the AUDIO ADJUST control
counteravailable; they are accessible only when clockwise to adjust the stereo balance to the
no equalizer setting is present.
right channel speakers or clockwise to adjust
it to the left channel speakers. The balance
BASS CONTROL
position will be shown on the display panel
To adjust the bass level (equalizer function from R 15 (full right) to L 15 (full left). When
inactive), first select the Bass mode by pressing the volume level between the left and right
the SEL button
so the BAS indication speakers is equal, BAL - 0 will be shown on
appears on the display panel. Within 5 seconds the display panel. The display will
of choosing the Bass mode, rotate the AUDIO automatically return to the normal
ADJUST control
counterclockwise (CCW) indication 5 seconds after the last adjustment
to decrease the bass response, or CW to or when another function is activated.
increase it as desired.The level will be shown
on the display panel from a minimum - 7 to a
FRONT/REAR FADER CONTROL
maximum of + 7 (0 indicates flat response).
To adjust the front-rear speaker balance, first
The display will automatically return to the
select the Fader mode by pressing the Select
normal indication 5 seconds after the last
so the FAd indication appears on
adjustment or when another function is button
the
display
panel. Within 5 seconds of
activated.
choosing the Fader mode, turn the AUDIO
ADJUST control
counterclockwise to adjust
TREBLE CONTROL
To adjust the treble level (equalizer function the front-rear speaker balance to the front
inactive), first select the Treble mode by speakers or clockwise to adjust it to the rear
so the TRE speakers. The fader position will be shown
pressing the SEL button
indication appears on the display panel. Within on the display panel from F 15 (full front) to F
5 seconds of choosing the Treble mode, rotate 15 (full rear). When the level between the front
and rear speakers is equal, F - BAL will be
the
AUDIO
ADJUST
control
counterclockwise (CCW) to decrease the treble shown on the display panel. The display will
response, or CW to increase it as desired. The automatically return to the normal indication
level will be shown on the display panel from a 5 seconds after the last adjustment or when
minimum - 7 to a maximum of + 7 (0 indicates another function is activated.
flat response). The display will automatically
return to the normal indication 5 seconds after
LOUDNESS CONTOUR (LOUD)
the last adjustment or when another function When listening to music at low volume levels,
is activated.
this feature will boost the bass and treble
ranges to compensate for the characteristics
of human hearing. Press the LOUD button
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momentarily to activate this feature and the
MANUAL (MANU)/SKIP TUNING
indication LOUD will appear on the display
(
/
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panel. Pressing the button again momentarily
To
manually
select
a radio station,
will deactivate the feature (the LOUD indication
) side
momentarily press the Up Tuning (
will disappear from the display panel).
of the button to advance the unit one digit
) side of the
higher or the Down Tuning (
EQUALIZER BUTTON (EQ)
The EQ button applies preset sound effects button to tune one digit lower.
to the unit’s audio output signal.The EQ Pressing and holding either side of the button
button, when pressed, will activate one of for longer than 0.5 second will cause the radio
the following operating modes ( CLAS, POP to tune rapidly in the selected direction until the
or JAZZ). If the Equalizer function is active, next available station and then stop there.
as displayed on the panel, the bass and/or If the radio is in the local (LOC) mode, the radio
treble level cannot be set. On the other hand, will tune rapidly in the selected direction until
if the bass and/or treble level(s) are set, and the next strong local station and then stop,
the Equalizer function is activated, the bass/ thereby skipping the more distant stations.
treble setting(s) are ignored. Conversely,
when the Equalizer function is not active,
RADIO MODE SELECTION (MODE)
the unit returns to the user set bass and The radio is capable of several modes of
treble levels.
operation. Each mode is accessible by
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AM/FM BAND SELECTOR (BAND)
During radio operation, each time this button
is pressed, the radio band is changed. The
indication AM I, AM II, FM I, FM II or FMIII will
appear on the display panel according to your
selection. During disc play, pressing this
button will stop play of the disc and switch to
radio operation. The disc will remain in the
machine without being ejected. During this
time, the disc symbol icons (
) will
remain on the display panel to show that a
disc is still loaded in the unit. If the BAND
button is pressed while a cassette is loaded
in the unit, the tape icons (TAPE
) will
be displayed, and the cassette will continue
to play; to switch to radio operation, press the
MODE button. The cassette icons will remain
on the display to show that a cassette is still
loaded in the unit. Press the MODE button to
resume cassette play from the last track in
play. When AM I or AM II is selected, the stereo
(
ST ) indication will disappear from the
display.
pressing the MODE button.This button selects
the CD player (CdP) playback mode, an
optional CD Changer (CdC) input, the tape
cassette (TAPE) playback mode, the auxiliary
(TV) external audio input, or radio. Each press
of the button will select a different mode as
indicated on the display panel.
During CD player or cassette player operation,
this button may be used to change to CD
Changer, radio or TV input (MP3 or external
CD player) without ejecting the disc or
tapecassette. The
and/or
indication
will remain on the display panel to show that
the CD player and/or cassette player is
operational. Press the button again to return
to the desired mode.
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LOCAL SELECTION (LOC)
This feature provides automatic selection of
signals at which the radio will stop during
Tune/Skip and/or Auto-Store (AS) tuning; thus,
only strong (local) stations will be received and
selected. Pressing the LOC button will cause
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LOC icon to disappear from the display panel, is most useful when traveling in a new area
and the radio will stop at a wider range of where you are not familiar with the local
signals, including weaker (more distant) stations.
stations.
STATION PRE-SET MEMORIES
MONO/STEREO SELECTION (M/S)
To set any of the 6 pre-set memories in each
During FM radio operation, this button is used band, use the following procedure:
to select mono or stereo reception of the broad1. Turn the radio on and select the desired
cast signal. Under normal reception condiband.
tions, the unit should be left in the stereo mode
2. Select the first station to be pre-set using
as indicated by the
ST indication on the
the MANU/SKIP or Auto-Store (AS)
display panel when tuned to an FM stereo sigControls.
nal. If the stereo signal is too noisy for com3. Press the pre-set button to be set and
fortable listening, press the M/S button to
continue to hold it in for approximately 2
switch to monaural reception; the
ST indiseconds. The preset number (CH 1-6)
cation will disappear from the display. To rewill appear on the display panel,
turn to stereo reception mode, press the butindicating that the station is now set into
ton again so that the
ST indication reapthat pre-set memory position.The
pears on the display.
station can now be recalled at any time
by pressing that button.
PRE-SET SCAN (PS) / AUTO-STORE
4. Repeat the above procedure for the
TUNING (AS)
remaining 5 pre-sets on that band and
Press this button momentarily to scan the
for the other 4 bands on the unit.
stations pre-set into the current AM band or FM
band. The unit will stop at each pre-set station
AUDIO MUTE (MUTE)
for 10 seconds before continuing to the next
pre-set station (the pre-set station number on This button is used to mute the volume from
the display panel will flash during Pre-Set Scan the system. By pressing the button, a flashing
operation). Press the button again momentarily volume indication will appear on the display
to stop Pre-Set Scan operation and remain on panel and the volume will be muted. Pressthe selected frequency.
ing the MUTE button again, or activating the
Pressing and holding the button for longer than Volume Control , LOUD button , or Equalwill return the volume level
2 seconds will activate the Auto-Store (AS) izer (EQ) button
Tuning feature which will automatically scan to the setting in use before the Mute function
and enter up to 6 area stations into the pre-set was activated.
memories on the band in use. If the radio is in
LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY PANEL
the local mode (LOC displayed) the radio will
scan and enter only the stronger, more local The Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) panel
stations. If you have already set the pre-set displays the frequency, time, and activated
memories to your favorite stations, activating functions.
the Auto-Store Tuning feature will erase those
stations and enter the new ones. This feature
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It is a characteristic of LCD panels
that, if subjected to cold
temperatures for an extended period
of time, they may take longer to
illuminate than under normal
conditions. In addition, the visibility
of the numbers on the LCD may
slightly decrease. The LCD read-out
will return to normal when the
temperature increases to a normal
range.
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FUNCTION DISPLAY
The Function Display consists of a left and
right 10-section color-coded bar graph; four
red, four yellow, and three blue. These
sections provide a visual representation of
the signal level. The signal level is
represented by the number and amplitude of
the segments in each graph. As the signal
level is increased, the number of illuminated
segments will increase and vice-versa.
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AUXILIARY (AUX) INPUT SELECTION
The radio is equipped with auxiliary audio input connectors which can be interfaced to an
external audio source. The connectors are
compatible with most CD and cassette players or an MP3 digital audio playback unit.
When the external source is connected and
the MODE button is pressed to select TV, only
the external input is played by the radio. No
other input sources (radio, cassette or CD)
are operative.
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TAPE OPEN/CLOSE AND CASSETTE
DOOR
The cassette door is located behind the front
panel; to access the cassette door, momentarily press the TAPE OPEN/CLOSE button
(
). This causes the front panel to open
and fold down to the horizontal position,
thereby allowing room to insert the cassette
into the player. Hold the cassette with the exposed tape edge of the side to be played to
the right and insert it fully into the cassette
door. As the cassette is engaged and begins
playing, TAPE will appear on the display panel
accompanied by the
symbol; direction
of play is animated by a cursor which rotates
in a square pattern. Clockwise (CW) rotation
indicates left-to-right tape motion, while CCW
rotation indicates right-to-left tape motion.
When the cassette reaches the end on the
side of the tape being played, the unit will
automatically change direction of play as
shown by the arrow indications on the display
panel.
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Observe cassette operation cautions
in the Care and Maintenance Section
of this manual.
FAST-FORWARD/REWIND BUTTONS
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These buttons cause the tape to move rapidly
in the direction indicated by the arrows. For
button is pushed when the
example, if the
tape is moving from left to right, as indicated
by the cursor, the tape will fast-forward. If the
button is pressed while the tape is moving
from right to left, the tape will rewind. To stop
fast tape movement, lightly push the opposite
button. If the tape is allowed to fast-forward or
rewind all the way to the end, play will automatically begin again from that point.
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TAPE PROGRAM SELECTOR
To manually reverse tape direction and play
the other side (program) of the cassette, lightly
push both the Fast-Forward and Rewind buttons at the same time. The change of direction will be shown by the animated cursor on
the display panel.
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TAPE EJECT BUTTON ( )
Tape playback is stopped and the cassette is
ejected by pressing this button. The button is
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accessible when the front panel of the unit is
released to the horizontal fold-down position
by pressing the
button
. Radio operation will automatically resume when the cassette is ejected.
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NOTE: Never leave a cassette engaged in the
player when not in use. Doing so can
cause damage to the cassette and/or
mechanism of the unit. Always press
the eject button and remove the cassette.
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CD OPEN/CLOSE/EJECT (EJ) AND DISC
SLOT
The disc slot is located behind the front panel;
to access the slot, momentarily press the
DISC OPEN/CLOSE/EJ button (
). This
causes the front panel to open and fold down
to the 45° position, thereby allowing room to
insert the disc into the player without revealing
the cassette door below. With the front panel
in this fold-down position, gently insert the disc
into the slot (label surface facing up) until the
soft-loading mechanism engages and pulls
the disc in.The CdP indication will
momentarily appear on the display. The
(
) indication illuminates and becomes
animated, the disc in symbol (
) appears,
and the track number ( TRK 01) appears on
the display panel together with the elapsed
playing time.
CAUTION: This unit is designed for play of
standard 5" (12cm) c o m p a c t
discs ONLY. Do not attempt to u
se 3" (8cm) CD-Singles in this
unit, either with or without an
adapter, as damage to the player
and/or disc can occur. Such
damage will not be covered by
the Warranty on this product.
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TRACK SELECT (
/
)
During disc play the Track Select functions are
performed by the MANU SKIP buttons. Track
select is used to quickly access the beginning
of a particular track. Each time the Forward
Track Select (
) side of the button is
pressed and released, the next higher track
number will be selected as shown on the
display panel. Similarly, each time the
Backward Track Select (
) side of the button
is pressed, the next lower track number will
be selected as shown on the display panel.
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CUE/REVIEW FUNCTIONS (
/
)
During disc play high-speed audible search
to any section of the disc can be made by the
Cue and Review functions of the MANU SKIP
buttons. Press and hold the Cue (
) side
of the button to advance rapidly in the forward
direction (the advancing disc playing time will
be shown on the display panel), or the Review
(
) side of the button to advance rapidly in
the backward direction ( the decreasing disc
playing time will be shown on the display
panel).
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DISC PAUSE BUTTON (PAU)
When a disc is loaded into the player, CdP
momentarily appears on the display and the
symbol becomes animated. These
indications are followed by display of the disc
in symbol (
) and track number ( TRK 01,
etc.) as the disc begins to play. To stop disc
play, press the MODE button to return to radio
operation. To pause disc player operation,
press the PAU button; PAUSE will appear on
the display panel. To resume disc play, press
the PAU button again; PAUSE will disappear
and disc play will resume from the point at
which it was stopped.
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TRACK SCAN SELECTOR (SCN)
During disc play, press this button to play the
first 10 seconds of each track on the disc
(SCAN will appear on the display panel). When
a desired track is reached, press the SCN
button again to cancel the function (SCAN will
disappear from the display panel) and play of
the selected track will continue. Scan mode
will also be canceled by activating the Repeat
Play, Random Play, or track select functions.
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REPEAT PLAY SELECTOR
During disc play, press this button to repeat
the play of the selected track (RPT will appear
on the display panel). Play of the track will
continue to repeat until the button is pressed
again and the RPT indication disappears from
the display panel. Repeat Play mode will also
be canceled by activating the Track Scan or
Random Play select functions.
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RANDOM PLAY SELECTOR (RND)
During disc play, press this button to play the
tracks on the disc in a random shuffled order
(RND will appear on the display panel). In
Random Play mode, the Track Select function
will also select tracks in the random order
instead of the normal progression.The
Random Play mode can be canceled by
pressing the button again (RND indication will
disappear from the display panel), or by
activating the Track Scan or Random Play
select functions.
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disc is not removed from the unit within
approximately 15 seconds of being ejected, it
will automatically be re-loaded into the unit to
prevent it from being accidentally damaged;
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will appear on the display panel to
indicate that a disc is still loaded in the player).
Play of the disc can be resumed by using the
MODE button to choose the CD player function.
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TIME/FREQUENCY SELECTOR (T/F)
The radio is capable of displaying the time-ofday or the current operating mode, such as
frequency. During radio operation,
momentarily press this button to call the time
display on the quartz clock. The time display
colon will be flashing. To return to the current
operational mode, press the T/F button again.
During integral CD player or cassette player
operation, or during CD changer or auxiliary
input operation, a press of the button will call
the time display, but tape or disc play will
continue uninterrupted. The time display will
remain until the T/F button is pressed again.
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RESET BUTTON
A Reset button is accessible in the lower left
corner of the front panel and can be used to
activate the reset circuitry. However, this
feature should only be activated under the
following circumstances as it will erase the
time and pre-set memories:
1. Upon initial installation after all wiring
is completed.
2. If there is a malfunction of any of the
DISC EJECT
switches on the unit, pressing the Reset
During CD player operation, disc play is
button may clear the system and permit
stopped and the disc is ejected when the CD
a return to normal operation.
OPEN/CLOSE/EJ ( ) button on the front of
the chassis is pressed to fold down the panel
INFRARED SENSOR
to the 45° position, and then pressed and held
Detects
infrared command signal from the refor at least 2 seconds. Radio or another mode
mote
control
unit.
will automatically resume depending on which
mode was in operation prior to disc play. If the
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SOL UTION
Er-2
Disc loading malfunction
Press RESET button and try again.
Er-3
Disc eject malfunction
Press RESET button and try again.
Er-4
Focus malfunction
Try a different disc.
The disc may be damaged or dirty.
Er-5
Tracking malfunction
Try a different disc.
The disc may be damaged or dirty.
Er-6
SL ED malfunction
Press RESET button and try again.
Er-7
TOC reading malfunction
Try a different disc.
The disc may be damaged or dirty.
Er-8
Disc will not play
Press RESET button and try again.
CD CHANGER CONTROLS
Built into this radio are controls to operate an
optional CD changer. Please check with your
Rampage/Audiovox car stereo specialist or call
1-800-645-4994 for recommendations of the
models that will work with this radio.
Adjustment of the audio functions (volume,
tone, balance, and fader) for the CD changer
operate in the same manner as they do for
radio play. The following controls will operate
the CD changer when it is installed and
connected to this radio. Refer to the owner’s
manual included with the CD changer for
instructions on the installation and correct
loading and use of the CD magazine.
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CD CHANGER MODE SELECTOR
(MODE)
During radio or CD play, press this button to
select operation of the CD changer as shown
by CdC on the display panel. Disc play will
begin and the disc and track number will be
shown on the display panel. When the
magazine is loaded into the changer, play will
begin from the first track of the first disc in the
magazine.
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DISC SELECT (D.UP/D.DN)
These buttons are used to select the desired
disc for play. To advance to a higher number
disc, press the D.UP button. To return to a lower
number disc, press the D.DN button. The
number of the disc in play will be shown on the
display panel.
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TRACK SELECT (
/
)
The Track Select functions are used to quickly
access the beginning of a particular track. Each
) side of
time the Forward Track Select (
the button is pressed, the next higher track
number will be selected as shown on the
display panel. Similarly, each time the
Backward Track Select (
) button is
pressed, the next lower track number will be
selected as shown on the display panel.
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OL
TE CONTR
CONTROL
WIRELESS REMO
REMOTE
PLA
ERROR
CD PL
AYER ERR
OR CODES / CD CH
CHA
CONTROL
A NGER CONTR
OLS
OL
S
CD PLAYER ERROR CODES
CUE/REVIEWFUNCTIONS
(
/
)
High-speed audible search to any section of
the disc can be made by the Cue and Review
functions. Press and hold the Cue
(
) side of the button to advance rapidly in
the forward direction (disc play symbol rotation
on the display panel will increase) or the
Review (
) side of the button to advance
rapidly in the backward direction.
el
TRACK/DISC SCAN SELECTOR
(SCN)
When the SCN button is pressed, the SCAN
indication will appear on the display panel, and
the first 10 seconds of each track on the disc
will be played in order. When a desired track is
reached, press the SCN button again and play
of the selected track will continue (SCAN will
disappear from the display panel). The Track
Scan mode will also be canceled by activating
the Repeat or Shuffle Play function.
When the SCN button is pressed and held,
the
and SCAN indications will appear on
the display panel and the first 10 seconds of
the first track on each disc in the magazine will
be played. When a desired disc is reached,
press the SCN button again and play of the
selected disc will continue (
and SCAN will
disappear from the display panel). The Disc
Scan mode will also be canceled by activating
the Repeat Play or Random Play functions.
button twice or by activating the Scan or
Random Play functions.
When the Repeat button is pressed and held,
and RPT indications will appear on the
the
display panel and play of the selected disc will
be continually repeated until the Disc Repeat
mode is canceled by pressing the RPT button
again or by activating the Scan or Random
Play functions.
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DISC/TRACK RANDOM PLAY (RND)
When the RND button is pressed, the RND
indication will appear on the display panel and
the tracks on the disc will be played in a random,
shuffled order. The Track Select button will
also select tracks in the shuffled order instead
of the normal progression. The Shuffle Track
mode can be canceled by pressing the RND
button or by activating the Scan or Repeat Play
functions.
When the RND button is pressed and held,
CD CH
A NGER CONTR
OL
S
CHA
CONTROL
OLS
du
the
and RND indications will appear on
the display panel and the discs in the magazine
will be played in a random, shuffled order, as
well as the tracks on each disc. After playing
all tracks selected at random from a disc in
the magazine, the unit will select another disc
at random and play all the tracks on it in a
random shuffled order. This will continue from
disc-to-disc until the Random Disc mode is
canceled by pressing the RND button again or
by activating the Scan or Repeat Play functions.
em
DISC/TRACK REPEAT PLAY (RPT)
When the RPT button is pressed, the RPT
indication will appear on the display panel and
play of the selected track will be continually
repeated until the Track Repeat mode is
canceled by pressing the RPT
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WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION
1
2 bn
3
POWER ON/OFF - See Main Unit
1.
MODE SELECTOR (MODE) - See Main Unit
.
INFRARED SENDER - Emits infrared signal to radio which is detected by the sensor.
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5 3, 4, 5, 6,
6 bm
VOLUME (VOL) CONTROL- See Main Unit
.
SELECT BUTTON (SEL) - See Main Unit
and
.
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7
TUNE/SEEK CONTROL – See Main Unit
, except press
to increase
frequency, and press
to decrease
frequency.
MANUAL SEEK TUNING – See Main
Unit
,except press and hold
to
to
Seekupward, press and hold
Seek downward.
bm
CD TRACK SELECT – See Main
Unit
, except press
to select
a higher track number, press
to
select a lower track number.
cr
CD CUE/REVIEW – See Main Unit
, except press and hold
for
Cue Function, and press and hold
for Review function.
cs
7 AUDIO
MUTE (MUTE) bs
8 EQUALIZER
(EQ) - See Main Unit
9
See Main Unit
.
.
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CD CH
A NGER CONTR
OL
S
CHA
CONTROL
OLS
CD CH
A NGER ERR
OR CODES / WIRELESS REMO
TE CONTR
OL
CHA
ERROR
REMOTE
CONTROL
NO
TES ON FR
ONT PPA
A NEL / SET
NOTES
FRONT
SETTT ING THE CLOCK
CD CH
A NGER ERR
OR CODES
CHA
ERROR
If a problem should develop while operating the CD changer, the following error codes
may appear on the display panel.
ER-1: Indicates that there is no magazine loaded in the CD changer.
ER-2: Indicates a problem with the magazine eject function.
ER-3: Indicates an error in the disc loading function.
ER-4: Indicates an error in the disc un-loading function.
ER-5: Indicates an error in the magazine position.
ER-6: Indicates an error in the laser pick-up position.
ER-7: Indicates an error in the laser focus on the disc.
In any of the above situations, try ejecting the CD magazine from the changer and make
sure the discs are clean, undamaged, and loaded correctly (refer to the Owner’s Manual
of the CD changer). Re-load the magazine and check for proper operation. You may also
on the unit, but this will also erase the time and pretry activating the RESET button
set memories.
If the suggested measures do not solve the problem, contact an approved warranty station
near you for further assistance.
1
.
4
3
2
5
6
16
15
7
less control operation.
bn TRACK/DISC
RANDOM (RND) - See
Main Unit dm and en
bo RADIO
PRE-SET MEMORY 1-6 - See
Main Unit br
bp TRACK/DISC
PAUSE (PAU) - See
Main Unit ct
bq TRACK/DISC
SCAN (SCN) - See
Main Unit cu and el
br AM/FM
BAND(BAND) – See Main
Unit bl
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8
.
13
.
.
9
10
12
.
11
.
NOTES ON USE OF FRONT PANEL
The front panel can be lowered or slid down to one of two positions:
button to lower the panel to
1. When loading or ejecting an audio cassette, press the
the horizontal position, thereby leaving adequate room to install the cassette. The front
panel will not automatically return to the normal position after the cassette is loaded;
press the
again to activate the panel to the upright position.
2. When loading a CD, press the
button to lower the panel to the 45° position, thereby
leaving adequate room to install the disc and, at the same time, not reveal the cassette
door below. The front panel will automatically return to the normal upright position after
thedisc is loaded, and the disc will begin to play.
FRONT PANEL CD
OPEN/CLOSE/EJ
BUTTON
TAPE EJECT
BUTTON
ACD-94
FRONT PANEL
TAPE DOOR
OPEN/CLOSE
BUTTON
MOTORIZED
FRONT PANEL
TAPE CASSETTE
DOOR
COMPACT DISC
SLOT
TAPE REWIND
BUTTON
MODE
MUTE
BAND
SEL
WIRELESS REMO
TE CONTR
OL / NO
TES ON USE OF FR
ONT PPA
A NEL
REMOTE
CONTROL
NOTES
FRONT
9 TRACK/DISC
REPEAT (RPT) - See
Main Unit dl and em
bl DISC +/- - See Main Unit ds.
bm BATTERY
COMPARTMENT - Holds
one 3-Volt Button Cell for remote wire-
POWER
PRESS
MANU
SKIP
AUDIO
ADJUST
T/F
EQ
LOUD
3 in 1 CD CASSETTE RECEIVER
M/S
AS
PS
1 PAU
2 SCN
3 RPT
4 RND
5 D.DN
6 D.UP
LOC
TAPE FAST
FORWARD
BUTTON
FRONT PANEL IN HORIZONTAL
TAPE LOAD/EJECT POSITION
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SETTT ING THE CLOCK / CA
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AND
MAINTENA
INTENANCE
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SETTING THE CLOCK
1. Switch the vehicle ignition and radio “on”.
2. Press and hold the Time/Frequency (T/F) button to access the time display; the time
colon should be flashing.
3. While holding theT/F button, press the Up Tuning (
) button to adjust the hours
and AM/PM indication, or the Down Tuning (
) button to adjust the minutes indication
to the correct time. Release the T/F button.
4. The adjusted time display will remain on the LCD until the T/F button is pressed once
again to return to the operational mode currently selected.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
The radio portion of your new sound system
does not require any maintenance. We
recommend you keep this manual for reference to the many features found in this unit
as well as how to set the clock.
The compact disc and cassette player sections also require no routine maintenance,
but proper understanding of their use and
handling will help you obtain maximum enjoyment of their capabilities. The following
points should be observed:
z When cleaning the interior of the vehicle,
do not get water or cleaning fluids on the
unit.
z The CD player is a precision instrument
and will not operate properly in extreme
hot or cold. In case of such conditions,
wait until the interior temperature of the
vehicle reaches a normal temperature
before using these players.
z If the temperature inside the players gets
too hot, a protective circuit will automatically stop play of the disc. In this case,
allow the unit to cool off before operating
the player again.
z Never insert anything other than a 5" (12 cm)
z
z
z
z
z
compact disc into the player as the mechanism can be damaged by foreign objects.
Do not attempt to use 3" (8 cm) CD-Single
discs in this unit, either with or without an
adaptor, as damage to the player and/or disc
may occur. Such damage will not be covered
by the Warranty on this product.
When not using the disc player, always remove
the compact disc. Do not leave an ejected disc
sitting in the disc slot as this can expose it to
sunlight and other causes of damage.
Do not attempt to open the unit chassis. There
are no user serviceable parts or adjustments
inside.
When the vehicle warms up during cold weather
or under damp conditions, moisture may condense on the lens of the disc player. Should
this occur, the player will not operate properly
until the moisture has evaporated.
The unit is designed with a vibration dampening
CD mechanism to minimize interruption of
disc play due to normal vibration in a moving
vehicle. When driving on very rough roads,
however, occasional sound skips may occur.
This will not scratch or damage the disc and
normal play will resume when the rough conditions cease.
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Handling Compact Discs:
As with any cassette player, the cassette section of this sound system does require a
minimum of maintenance to keep it in good
working condition. The following simple care
and maintenance suggestions should be followed to prevent malfunctions of the cassette
system:
1. Purchase a cassette cleaning kit from
your local retail store. Use it! At least
every 20 to 30 hours of operation you
must clean the cassette mechanism.
A dirty cassette player will have a poor
sound.
2. Do not use cassettes that exceed 45
minutes of play on each side.
3. Do not insert a cassette that appears
to be broken, twisted or dirty, or with
loose or torn labels on it.
4. Always keep your cassettes away
from direct sunlight or exposure to
sub-freezing conditions. If a cassette
is cold, allow it to warm up before use.
5. Do not keep a cassette in the player
when not in use.
6. Before inserting a cassette in the
player, check that the tape is tightly
wound on the reels.
Dirt, dust, scratches, and warpage can cause
skips in the playback and deterioration of
sound quality. Please follow these guidelines
to take care of your compact discs:
z Use only compact discs with the mark :
z
z
z
z
z
Fingerprints, dust, and dirt should be carefully wiped off the disc’s playing surface
(shiny side) with a soft cloth. Wipe in a
straight motion from the inside to the
outside of the disc.
Never use chemicals such as record sprays,
household cleaners or thinner to clean
compact discs. Such chemicals can
irreparably damage the disc’s surface.
Discs should be kept in their storage
cases when not in use.
Do not expose discs to direct sunlight,
high temperatures or high humidity for
extended periods.
Do not stick paper, tape, or labels on the
disc surfaces nor write on them with any
type of marker.
CASSET
TE CA
RE / H
A NDLING COMP
AC
CASSETTE
CARE
HA
COMPAC
ACTT DISCS
Cassette Care
Take up any excess slack using a pencil to turn
the drive hub in the cassette (see diagram).
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SPECIFICA
SPECIFICATT IONS
SPECIFICATIONS
Size:
3.938" H x 7.0" W x 6.875" D
100.0mm x 177.8mm x 174.63mm
Operating Voltage:
12 Volts DC, Negative Ground
Output Power:
160 Watts Maximum
(40 Watts x 4 Channels)
Output Wiring:
Floating-Ground Type Designed for use
with 4 Speakers
(Front and Rear Channels Cannot be
Combined (Bridged) for use with 2 Speakers)
Output Impedance:
Compatible with 4/8-Ohm Speakers
Low-Level Output:
>0.5 Volt (500 mV)
Tuning Range:
AM : 530-1710 kHz (10 kHz Steps)
FM : 87.5-108.0 MHz (200 kHz steps)
AM : 20 uV
FM : <4.0 uV
Sensitivity:
FM Stereo Separation:
>25 dB
CD Frequency Response:
50-15000 Hz +/- 3dB
CD Signal/Noise Ratio:
>55 dB
CD Channel Separation:
>45 dB
CD Distortion:
0.10%
Tape Frequency Response:
50-10000 Hz
Tape Signal/Noise Ratio:
50 dB
Wow and Flutter:
0.15% VRMS
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Applies to automotive radios, radio/tape players, radio/CD
players, CD changer
CA
RE A
CARE
AUDIOVOX CORPORATION (the Company) warrants to the original retail purchaser of this
product that should this product or any part thereof, under normal use and conditions, be
proven defective in material or workmanship within 12 months from the date of original
purchase, such defect(s) will be repaired or replaced with new or reconditioned product (at
the Company's option) without charge for parts and repair labor.
To obtain repair or replacement within the terms of this Warranty, the product is to be delivered
with proof of warranty coverage (e.g. dated bill of sale), specification of defect(s), transportation
prepaid, to an approved warranty station or the Company at the address shown below.
The warranty period will be extended to 24 months from the date of original purchase if the
product is installed by an authorized Prestige Audio dealer. To claim warranty service during
this extended period, the bill of sale must specify that the product was installed by an authorized
Prestige Audio dealer.
This Warranty does not extend to the elimination of externally generated static or noise, to
correction of antenna problems, to costs incurred for installation, removal or reinstallation of
the product, or to damage to tapes, compact discs, speakers, accessories, or vehicle electrical
systems.
This Warranty does not apply to any product or part thereof which, in the opinion of the Company,
has suffered or been damaged through alteration, improper installation, mishandling,
misuse, neglect, accident, or by removal or defacement of the factory serial number/bar code
label(s). THE EXTENT OF THE COMPANY'S LIABILITY UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED
TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PROVIDED ABOVE AND, IN NO EVENT, SHALL THE
COMPANY'S LIABILITY EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID BY PURCHASER FOR THE
PRODUCT.
This Warranty is in lieu of all other express warranties or liabilities. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, SHALL BE LIMITED TO
THE DURATION OF THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY. ANY ACTION FOR BREACH OF ANY
WARRANTY HEREUNDER INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY
MUST BE BROUGHT WITHIN A PERIOD OF 30 MONTHS FROM DATE OF ORIGINAL
PURCHASE. IN NO CASE SHALL THE COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL
OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF THIS OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED, WHATSOEVER. No person or representative is authorized to assume for the
Company any liability other than expressed herein in connection with the sale of this product.
W A RR A NT Y
12 / 24 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY
U.S.A. : AUDIOVOX CORPORATION, 150 MARCUS BLVD., HAUPPAUGE, NEW YORK 11788 (1-800-645-4994)
CANADA : CALL 1-800-645-4994 FOR LOCATION OF WARRANTY STATION SERVING YOUR AREA
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