Audiovox SIRPNP3 Satellite Radio User Manual

Shuttle User Guide SIR-PNP3
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Released: 8-6-04
Revision A: 8-10-04 Removed maximum FM frequency reference; default display mode PDT to 2 lines
and font type to A.
Congratulations
You are one step closer to experiencing the latest innovation in Sirius Satellite Radio. Sirius will
revolutionize your in-home or vehicle entertainment with:
• Over 120 channels of original programming, including –
65 channels of 100% commercial-free music – guaranteed,
Over 50 channels of world-class sports, news, talk and information.
Your Audiovox Shuttle receiver must be used with an adapter kit, such as the Audiovox Home kit,
Boom Box or Vehicle Kit as required by your specific installation needs. These kits are available at
retailers where Audiovox main units are sold.
Audiovox Home Kit:
Audiovox Vehicle Kit:
Audiovox Boom Box:
Part Number SIR-HK3
Part Number SIR-CK3
Part Number SIR-BB3
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Contents
Edit Code .......................................................... 21
Audio Level Options ......................................... 21
Antenna Aiming (Home Installation) ................ 21
Memory Options ............................................... 22
Time Based Features ...................................... 22
Clock ................................................................. 22
Format ........................................................... 22
Time Zone ..................................................... 23
Alarm Clock .................................................. 23
Alarm Time ................................................... 24
Program Alert ................................................... 24
Time/Day ....................................................... 24
Channel ........................................................ 25
Program Alert On/Off ..................................... 25
Auto Shutdown ................................................. 25
Sleep Mode ...................................................... 25
Factory Default ..................................................... 26
Remote Control Unit ............................................ 26
Troubleshooting .................................................. 28
Specifications ...................................................... 28
APPENDIX A ......................................................... 29
Warranty ............................................................... 31
Cautions and Warnings ...................................... 4
Shuttle System Components .............................. 4
Introduction .......................................................... 5
Enjoying Your Sirius Shuttle ................................ 5
Sirius Shuttle Controls ......................................... 6
Basic Operation ................................................... 8
Tuning by Category .......................................... 8
Content Listing Options (Look Ahead) ............ 8
Direct Tuning ...................................................... 9
Setting/Using Channel Preset Buttons ............. 9
Preset List Mode .............................................. 10
Display Button .................................................. 10
Memory Button (S-Seek Function) ................... 11
Menu Display Options ......................................... 14
Sirius ID ............................................................ 14
Jump Settings .................................................. 14
Display Settings ............................................... 18
FM Transmitter Options ................................... 19
Add or Skip ....................................................... 20
Lock Options .................................................... 20
Lock/Unlock Default Code Function ................ 20
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Cautions and Warnings
1. Do not install the Shuttle in a position that hinders
your view through the windshield, or obstructs viewing of the dashboard indicators and displays.
2. Do not install the unit where it may obstruct the
operation or deployment of safety devices, such
as airbags, etc.
3. Do not allow operation of the unit to detract from
safe driving practices; remember that you are
responsible as the vehicle operator to adhere to
all safe driving and traffic regulations.
4. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the condition that this device
does not cause harmful interference.
5. By adhering to these warnings and safety considerations, serious accidents and/or personal injury can
be avoided.
Shuttle System Components
Shuttle Unit
Model PNP3,
P/N144-2453
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Introduction
The Audiovox SIRIUS® Shuttle processes the satellite
signals received by the externally mounted antenna
(purchased separately as part of the Home, Vehicle or
Boom Box Kits). The Shuttle recognizes and decodes
the incoming SIRIUS® program information and
provides an audio signal to your radio or other audio
output equipment.
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Remote, (2) “AAA”,
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NOTE: The SIRIUS® signal can be received and
processed virtually anywhere as long as there
are no obvious satellite signal obstructions
such as nearby buildings, high terrain,
parking garages or tunnels.
The Shuttle is typically installed in an
accessible location of the vehicle (dash area),
consistent with line-of-sight operation of the
remote control, and/or within easy reach of the
driver. For home use, situate the Shuttle
close to your stereo receiving equipment.
Enjoying Your SIRIUS® Shuttle
You can begin to enjoy Sirius® Satellite Radio as soon
as the Shuttle and Kit installation are complete:
1. Set up your Audiovox Shuttle using the installation
instructions included in your Home Kit, Vehicle
Kit or Boom Box Kit, or with the help of a profes
sional installer.
NOTE: Refer to Antenna Aiming (page 21) during
the installation procedure.
2. When power is available to the unit, note that the
integral Power button LED icon lights red. Then
press the Power button to turn on the Shuttle.
3. The Sirius logo (
) appears on the display
followed by the Sirius preview channel. If this is the
first time using the Shuttle, the screen will display
“Updating Channels”. If not, go to channel 184 using the direct channel method, page 9, Direct Tuning.
4. To obtain the Sirius identification (ID) number,
press the MENU button. The Menu Options page
appears with the Sirius ID option highlighted. Press
the Encoder knob and the 12 digit Sirius ID number
will appear. Write the number here for future reference.
5. Activate your Sirius® radio service ---- it’s easy. You
have one of two choices to activate your service:
(a) Visit the website at sirius.com and click on
the “JOIN” section. You will then need to follow
some simple directions and provide Sirius with
some basic information in order to activate your
service.
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(b) Call Sirius at 1-888-539-SIRIUS (7474). One of
our friendly Customer Care representatives will
takethe necessary information and walk you
through the activation process.
MEMORY
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BAND
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POWER
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Sirius® Shuttle Controls
The Audiovox Sirius® Shuttle Unit provides eight control
buttons, an Encoder knob and 10 number keys.
Power Button:
This button applies power to and removes power from
the Sirius® Shuttle as follows:
1. A momentary press of the power button turns on
the receiver, and is accompanied by a confirmation
beep tone. The Sirius logo/name (
) initially
appears on the LCD display for 3 seconds, followed
by the Default screen (if turned on for the first time),
or by the tuning mode in effect when the unit was
last powered off.
2. A momentary press of the power buttonturns off
the receiver. While the unit powers down, the
Audiovox logo appears for 2 seconds and the
unit turns off.
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DISPLAY
MENU
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DISPLAY
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ENCODER KNOB AND
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Encoder Knob and Select Button:
The Encoder knob is the primary control for navigating
through the various lists and option menus available on
the unit. In the default mode, the Encoder knob provides
sequential tuning through the available program channels. Clockwise (CW) rotation tunes up one channelper-detent, while Counterclockwise (CCW) rotation tunes
down one channel-per-detent. When in the list or menu
mode, turning the Encoder knob CCW and CW scrolls
down and up, respectively, through the various menus
and lists. The current selection from the list will be highlighted on the display. When the item is highlighted, press
the Encoder knob (Select Button) to enter the selection.
Pressing and holding the Encoder knob will tune to the
previously selected channel.
Category Buttons:
The Up or Down category buttons allows the user to advance through the channel groups based on content
category. By turning the rotary Encoder knob, the user
can then scroll up or down through the channels within
that category. Once a choice has been made, it can be
entered by pressing the Select Button.
Memory (MEMO) Button (s-seek) Function):
This feature allows the user to capture and store the current program data information (Channel Name & Number/Artist & Song title). You can store up to 24 Artist/Song
Title combinations. The Shuttle also has the capability to
search the current incoming Sirius signal, and thereby
alert you if it matches the Artist/Song title stored in Shuttle
memory.
Display (DISP) Button:
This button allows the user to choose one of several ways
of presenting the Channel Name, Artist and Song title
information on the LCD screen.
Menu (MENU) Button:
The MENU Button is used to access “Menu Options” which
displays the user setup menu, plus other feature/function
adjustments.
BAND Button (BAND)/Preset Tune (p.tune):
Each momentary press of the BAND Button allows the
user to switch between 3 bands of Channel presets (10
presets each A, B and C). Pressing and holding the BAND
Button for 2 seconds initiates preset tuning (accompanied by a beep confirmation tone) that will display and
tune all stored preset channels in sequence. This is
indicated by the reverse image of the channel number
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and band preset number on the display. Pre- set tuning
continues until the user decides to terminate this function by pressing and holding the BAND Button for 2 seconds.
Keypad Buttons 0-9:
These buttons are used to directly enter a desired channel number. They are also used when entering and recalling preset channel numbers into memory.
Jump ( ) Button:
As an example, the
button stores a favorite memory
preset to allow you to easily tune to a selected city of
interest (or any other channel), and then tune back to the
music/talk/sports programming you were previously listening to.
Basic Operation
With the unit properly installed, activated and connected
to your home or vehicle audio system, proceed as follows:
1. Press the Power button; the Shuttle turns on and
the Sirius logo appears for 3 seconds followed by
the default display for the channel and tuning mode
in effect prior to turnoff.
2. Rotate the Encoder knob to select and play the
desired channel, or use the Category Up/Down
buttons to tune and select a desired channel based
on genre.
Tuning By Category
When in Category Tuning Mode, each momentary
press of the Category Up/Down Button(s) advances
through the available Genres:
Category List Display
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1. Using the Encoder knob, select the desired channel.
2. Press the Encoder knob to select that channel.
3. Once the channel has been selected, the unit will
revert to the default screen and your selection
will be played.
Content Listing Options (Look Ahead)
This feature allows you to view what is playing on other
channels without having to change the current channel
you are listening to. The content listing options are selected by using the DISP button. When the default screen
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is displayed on the LCD, pressing and holding the DISP
Button will display all the available channel numbers
and channel names. The second press of the DISP
button will display all currently available artists. The third
press of the DISP button will display song titles.
While in the Category List menu, pressing the DISP
button changes Channel List to Artist List. The available
content listing now displays information by the Artist
Name.
Category Song
Category Artist
Title Display
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Direct Tuning
Channels can also be directly accessed by pressing the
Encoder knob and using the 0-9 number keys to numerically enter the desired channel. Once the desired
channel number has been entered, press the Encoder
knob again to play.
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The DISP button is also used during category tuning.
Consecutively pressing the DISP button while tuning by
category will display the Channel Name, Artist Name or
Song Title within the selected category.
While the preceding screens are displayed, rotating the
Encoder knob allows navigation through the list. When
the desired selection is highlighted, press the Encoder
knob and your selection will be played.
Setting/Using Channel Preset Buttons
The unit contains 10 preset buttons. There are three banks
of preset memory locations offering a total of 30 presets.
These banks are designated A, B and C and can be selected using the BAND button. The display in the lower
right hand side changes to show the corresponding Preset bank. Each bank will store 10 user-preferred channels.
Select the desired channel you wish to save into memory
by using the Encoder knob, the direct tuning method or the
category tuning method. With the desired channel playing, press and hold any of the numbered keypad buttons
(0-9); the corresponding preset number will flash. A confirmation tone is heard, confirming that the preset has
been stored. Continue this procedure for storing all desired streams. To retrieve a preset channel, momentarily
press and release the number button corresponding to
the desired channel.
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Preset List Mode
To search by list for a preset, press and hold the BAND
button to enter Preset Tune mode. When in the Preset
Tune Mode, press and hold the DISP button for 2 seconds; this exits normal preset tuning and enters a 6-line
menu mode which displays the Preset number (A-1), a
single space and the 20-character channel name. While
in the Preset List menu, pressing the DISP button once
will change to Artist List; a second press of the DISP
button changes to Song List.
While the contents of the preset listing are displayed,
rotate the Encoder knob to navigate through the list.
When the desired selection is highlighted, press the
Select Button and the channel will be played.
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Pressing the Display button from the Default display
toggles between the artist name/song title screen or
large letter format. When the letter size changes, the
field will scroll. This feature is useful when viewing the
display at a distance.
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The field will scroll only if the length of the artist or title cannot be viewed in its entirety.
Pressing and holding the Display button will
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the DISP button will display program information by Artist Name, Song Title or channel name.
Pressing and holding the DISP button will exit
the Channel List mode and return to the previously selected tuning/display mode.
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Memory Button (S-Seek Function):
This feature allows the user to capture and store the
current program data information (Artist & Song title)
with up to 24 listings (24 Artist/Song Title combinations).
The unit also has the capability to search the current
incoming Sirius signal and alert the user when a saved
song is being played.
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2. By holding down the MEMO button for 3 seconds, the
stored memory information (one at a time) is displayed
on the LCD screen in page format. Use the Encoder
knob to scroll through the 24-page listing and view the
information. This function allows you to recall information regarding the Artist/Song Title for your own personal
review. To return to the default tuning mode press and
hold the MEMO button for 3 seconds.
Memory
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Song
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1. While the Shuttle is in either of the two standard
display modes, momentarily pressing and releasing the MEMO button stores the current program
data information within the Shuttle’s memory. A
Memory Stored pop-up screen, followed by “X Used/
Y Empty” will each appear for 1 second.
3. Momentarily pressing the Encoder knob while in
memory recall mode results in a pop-up screen displaying two selectable options:
Delete
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Turning the Encoder knob highlights the options
and pushing the knob selects the option. The
delete option allows the user to delete the
currently featured artist/ song title selection from
S-Seek memory. The default setting is NO. If the
YES option is chosen, the currently featured Artist/
Song Title is deleted from S-Seek memory. The SSeek option allows the user to turn the S-Seek
function on or off. The default setting is S-Seek on.
If the off option is chosen, the user will not be
alerted when a stored artist song title selection is
currently playing. Momentarily pressing the MEMO
button will exit the current menu and return to the
previous menu.
4. When the S-seek function is on each time the
Shuttle is turned on, it automatically searches
the incoming signal to determine if a match exists
between the signal and the currently saved information stored in receiver memory. If one or more
matches are found, pop-up screen momentarily
appears for 2 seconds and displays the Phrase
S-Seek Alert. An audible beep tone will be heard
indicating that a match has been found. The display
then reverts to the S-Seek Alert screen which displays the current matches. You can now select the
Artist/Song that you wish to listen to.
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No stored match alert is provided for the currently
selected channel. To ensure that no duplicate entries are stored in memory, the receiver will check
the stored input data to ensure the information about
to be stored is not already in memory.
a. If one or more matches are found, a display list
appears, and allows you to scroll through the
list of songs using the Encoder knob.
Once a song is found, it can be selected by press
ing the Encoder knob, and the display will revert
to either of the selected display modes.
b. If a selection is not chosen within 10 seconds
after the last action, the screen will revert to the
previously selected display and tuning mode.
NOTE: Play of the current selection will continue until a new selection is made.
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a. By selecting Replace, the memory list will
appear, and you can use the Encoder knob to
select the information that you would like to
overwrite with the new Artist/Song Title. After
highlighting the selected title in the list, press
the Encoder knob to delete the stored Artist/
Song Title,and replace it with the updated
information.
b. By selecting Cancel, the prompt screen would
disappear and revert to the original screen.
5. If the MEMO button is pressed to save a currentlyplaying selection, and all of the memory spaces
are full, S-Seek Full will flash on the display for 1
second, followed by a pop-up screen presenting
the Replace-Cancel options. This prompt allows
you to make the following Replace/Cancel choices:
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Menu Display Operations
To enter the Menu Options page, press the MENU Button. The Menu Options list will appear on the LCD display. Using the Encoder knob, highlight the option you
wish to adjust and then press the Encoder knob.
The following options are available:
Sirius ID
Jump Settings
Display Settings
FM Transmitter Options
Add or Skip
Lock Options
Audio Level Options
Antenna Aiming
Memory Options
Time Based Features
Factory Default
If, while in the menu screen function, a button is not
pressed within 10 seconds from the previously selected
function, the unit exits the menu screen function and
reverts to the default screen display.
Sirius ID
Jump Settings
Once the user presses the Encoder knob to enter the
“Jump Settings” screen, a display appears for 2
seconds to provide directions for the user’s selection. This pop-up screen is followed by a display offering 2 options for the user: Traffic: XXX and JumpSet,
where XXX is the 3-letter abbreviation of a city where
traffic/weather reports are available.
2 sec.
Menu Descriptions
Sirius ID
Displays your 12 digit Sirius ID number. No
adjustments are allowed in this mode. To exit this
option, press the Encoder knob or Menu Button.
NOTE: The Jump button can be programmed to
select either of the jump setting options,
but not both.
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Traffic Option
When the Traffic option is highlighted on the
“Choose Jump Setting” screen, the 3-letter
abbreviation of the currently selected city is also
shown; however, if no city has been selected,
NONE appears. To select a desired city, press
the Encoder knob when the Traffic option is highlighted, and the “Choose Traffic Market” screen
appears with a listing of abbreviated city names
in alphabetical order.
Rotating the encoder knob or pressing the
CH+/CH- button on the remote scrolls through
thecity list, highlighting each city for selection.
When the desired city is highlighted, press the
Encoder knob to confirm selection. The city ID is
then saved for the Jump feature.
If the action is canceled without making a selection (by pressing MENU to return to main
menu), no city ID is saved. However, if a city is
selected, itcannot be deselected (i.e; return to
NONE status); however, the city can be replaced
with another city.
A city selection may not be available at a given
time. In this case, a pop-up screen is displayed
for 2 seconds indicating the city list is being up
dated, and the display then returns to the previous menu option.
NOTE: Current city abbreviations are presented in
APPENDIX A of this manual onPage 29.
Jumpset Option
When the “JumpSet” option is highlighted on the
“Choose Jump Setting” screen, and the Encoder
knob is pressed to select this option, the Jump but
ton can now be used as a JumpSet function. The
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Options. Then follow the previous steps describing city selection.
display appears for 2 seconds, as shown previously, providing directions to set the JumpSet channel, before returning to the “Choose Jump Setting”
screen.
2 sec.
Once the Jump button is set to function as JumpSet,
the Traffic line displays “NONE” to signify that the
button can no longer be set to traffic alert.
Initial Activation
When the Jump Button is pressed for the very first
time, a pop-up shall appear indicating “Set Jump
Button” for 2 seconds, before taking the user to
the following “Jump Setting” screen of Menu
2 sec.
Tuning and Alert
While listening to any Sirius programming, a
press and release of the Jump button, or a press
and hold of the Jump Button activates the Jump
function. If this is the first time the Jump button is
activated, refer to Initial Activation. Other wise, the
receiver will recognize whether the Jump button has
been set to city traffic report or simply as a JumpSet
button. The tuning and alert mechanism only works
in the normal operation mode, and not in Channel
List Mode, Category List Mode, Preset Tuning
Mode or Menu Option Mode.
Traffic/City Market
If the receiver determines that the Jump button is
set to Traffic (City Market), it
then detects whether a City
ID has been set. If the City
ID is not present (not set
inadvertently), the adjacent
screen appears indicating the Button was not set.
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If a city ID has been set, the receiver will
immediately start scanning all channels for a
matching City ID. While searching for the city ID, a
pop-up appears for 2 seconds, with “XXX Pending”,
where XXX is the 3-letter abbreviation of the city
name, specifying that the receiver is indeed search
ing and waiting for the desired traffic/weather report. The band indicator (preset bank) on the dis
play changes to the Jump button icon to signify that
the receiver is in searching mode.
The receiver continues searching until a match is
found or any list mode (Channel list, category list,
Preset Tune Mode or Menu Option) is entered prior
to a found match. When it exits any of the list modes
and returns to the normal operation mode, the city
ID search resumes until a match is found. If the
selected city’s traffic/weather information is being
broadcast on a different channel, then the receiver
tunes to that channel immediately. If the city of
choice is the current channel, the receiver tunes to
the previous channel. The audio remains on the
current channel until the receiver is tuned to the favorite channel. If no previous channel is available;
e.g., first channel tuned to after a power cycle, an
audible beep occurs and the receiver remains tuned
to the current channel.
2 sec.
Jumpset
JumpSet is when the Jump button is chosen to act
as an enhanced Preset button. Setting of the
JumpSet is the same as any other Preset: While
listening to any Sirius channels, a press and hold
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of the Jump button saves the current channel as
the JumpSet channel. When a channel is saved
as a JumpSet, the band indicator will change to
to indicate that the current channel is associated with the Jump button.
tuned to after a power cycle, there will be an audible beep and the receiver remains tuned to the
current channel.
Replace
The traffic city ID can only be replaced by changing it
in the Menu Option - Jump Setting - Choose Traffic
Market. The JumpSet channel can be replaced by
programming another channel as the JumpSet
channel.
Display Settings
The following adjustments are possible:
If the receiver determines that the Jump button
Setting is a JumpSet, before a JumpSet channel
is chosen, pressing and releasing the Jump
button yields a pop-up screen indicating “Button
Not Set”.
If the channel is set, pressing and releasing the
Jump button tunes the receiver to the JumpSet channel immediately. If that channel is the current channel, the receiver tunes to the previous channel. If no
previous channel is available, e.g. first channel
Contrast Control
Dimming Control
Font Type
To enter any of these modes, use the Encoder
knob to highlight the option you wish to adjust and
press the Encoder knob. Upon entering either the
contrast or dimming control, a 10 segment horizon
tal bar graph is displayed with a “-” sign to the left
and a “+” sign to the right. The current setting is
indicated on the bar graph. Rotating the Encoder
knob adjusts the bar graph indication and function
accordingly.
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Dimming control offers two choices; Manual and Automatic. In both cases, a 10-segment horizontal bar
graph is displayed with a “-” sign to the left, and a “+”
sign to the right. The current setting is indicated on
the bar graph by a reverse image segment.
The Font Type allows the user to select the appearance of text on the Shuttle display.
FM Transmitter Options
The following adjustments are possible:
FM On/ Off
Frequency Selection
FM On/Off:
Upon entering this mode, rotating the Rotary
Encoder knob to toggle between the FM ON
or FM OFF function/display selection. To select
and/or exit this function, press the Encoder
knob. (No button activity for 10 seconds will
also exit this function.)
FM Transmitter Option
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
Frequency Selection
ON
OFF
NOTE: It is recommended that you turn the FM
Transmitter off if you are using the low level
audio outputs in your particular application.
Frequency Setting:
Upon entering this mode, any FM transmitter
frequency can be chosen using the Category
Up/Down buttons for coarse (1.0MHz steps)
frequency selection, and the encoder knob for fine
(200kHz steps) frequency selection.
For example, to increment and decrement a frequency of 1.0MHz within the minimum
(88.1MHz) and maximum FM frequency range,
press the Category Up/Down button as
necessary to enter the desired range (e.g.,
89.1MHz to 90.1MHz); then use the encoder
knob to choose the desired frequency within
that range in 200kHz steps.
Press the select button to enter the new frequency
setting, or press the MENU button to return to the
menu options page with no change to frequency.
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Add or Skip
Upon entering this mode, a channel list is displayed with the
current channel in play highlighted. Rotate the Encoder knob
to navigate the list and highlight the channel to be adjusted.
Once a channel has been highlighted, pressing the Select
Button displays the text “Skip” next to the channel, and prevents the channel from being accessible during any of the
tuning modes. Skipped streams can only be accessed either
through direct channel number entry or by returning to this
menu and going through the same process to return the
skipped channel to the list. Upon adding a channel, the text
“Skip” is removed from alongside the channel number/ name.
Lock Options
Upon entering this mode for the first time, the user is
prompted to enter a four digit numerical code that is
used to lock/unlock channel access. All future entries
into this mode displays a channel list with the current
channel in play highlighted. The Encoder knob is used
to navigate the list and highlight the channel to be adjusted.
Once a channel has been highlighted, pressing the Encoder knob displays the text “Lock” next to the channel
and prevents the channel from being accessible during
any of the tuning modes. Locked channels can be accessed only by direct channel number entry, at which
time the user will be prompted to enter the previously
stored 4-digit code. Once the correct code has been
entered, the audio begins to play. The channel returns to
the locked status if the channel is changed or the vehicle/unit is turned off (or by returning to this menu and
going through the same process to return the channel
to the list). Upon adding a channel, the text “Lock” is
removed from alongside the channel number/name.
Lock/Unlock Default Code Function
The first time the Lock/Unlock function is accessed,
the user must enter the default lock code. The default
lock code is “0000”. This code can be maintained or
changed. To change the default lock code perform the
following procedure:
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1. Press the MENU button to access the User
Menu.
2. Rotate the Encoder knob to select the
“Lock Options”.
3. Press the Encoder knob.
4. Rotate the Encoder knob to highlight “Edit Code”.
5. Press the Encoder knob.
6. Enter the default code “0000”.
7. The “New Code” prompt will appear. Enter your
newfour digit code using the 0-9 number buttons.
You will then be prompted to confirm the new
code by entering your code again.
8. The lock code is now changed.
Edit Code
Upon entering this mode, the user is prompted to
enter the current four digit numerical code being used
to lock/unlock channel access. Once the correct code
has been entered, the user is prompted to enter the
new 4-digit code twice. The second entry is requested
for confirmation.
Audio Level Options
Upon entering this mode, a 10 segment horizontal bar
graph is displayed with a “-“ sign to the left and a “+” sign
to the right. The current setting is indicated on the bar
graph. Rotating the Encoder knob will adjust the bar
graph audio level indication and audio gain, accordingly.
To select and exit this function, press the Encoder knob.
No button activity for 10 seconds will also exit this function.
Antenna Aiming (Home Installation)
Upon entering this mode, two 10 segment horizontal
bar graphs are displayed with a “-“ sign to the left and a
“+” sign to the right. The satellite signal strength is displayed by the SAT graph. The terrestrial signal strength
is displayed by the TER graph. Position the antenna to
optimize either the satellite or terrestrial signal. The current
setting is indicated on the bar graph. Moving the antenna
location adjusts the bar graphs signal strength, represented
by the filled-in bar graph squares, thus ensuring optimum
reception. To exit this function, press the Select Button.
NOTE: Terrestrial repeaters are typically used in large
urban areas where structures may affect the line
of sight satellite signal. Terrestrial signals (TER)
may not be available in your geographic location.
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Memory Options
In this mode, the user can turn the Memory Search
Function (S-Seek) ON or OFF. In addition, all 24 Memory
Locations can be cleared.
On the display, the top line displays the text,M e m o r y
Options.
The following adjustment options are possible:
1. Automatic Memory Search function - On or Off.
Use the Encoder knob to select between the 2
options by highlighting the desired selection. Then
press the Encoder knob to enter the option.
2. Clear all Memory Locations. Press the Encoder
knob; a prompt display screen appears confirming Are You Sure? Select “Yes” or“ No” and press the
Encoder knob.
Upon entering this mode, rotate the Encoder knob to
highlight the desired function and press the Encoder
knob.
NOTE: No button activity for 10 seconds will also
exit the desired (highlighted) function.
Clock
When entering this menu option, you can set up the
clock shown on the default display, based on the
format desired, the time zone in which you reside and
Daylight Savings Time, if used. The clock data is provided via the Sirius channel, and will update based on
the received signal.
Time Based Features
The following adjustments are possible:
Clock
Alarm Clock
Program Alert
Auto Shutdown
Sleep Mode
Format:
The clock format option provides:
12 Hour (Default)
24 Hour
Use the Encoder knob to highlight the desired for
mat and press the Encoder knob.
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Time Zone:
The Time Zone option provides:
(GMT-9:00) Alaska
(GMT-8:00) Pacific
(GMT-7:00) Mountain
(GMT-6:00) Central
(GMT-5:00) Eastern
(GMT-4:00) Atlantic
(GMT-3:30) Newfoundland (Abbreviated as
GMT-3:30 Newfndlnd)
Use the Encoder knob to highlight the desired
time zone and press the Select Button.
Daylight Savings Time (DST) Observance:
Activate this function if your area is subject to DST;
rotate the Encoder knob to toggle between DST
Observed (default) or DST Not Observed.
information has been lost, the shuttle will
not display the time information and
preprogrammed alarms will not be
triggered until the shuttle updates the
time information using the satellite
signal.
Alarm Clock:
When this menu option is highlighted and selected,
you will be able to set the unit to turn on at a specific
time. The last selected channel prior to shutdown
will be present when the Alarm feature is activated.
Additionally, a series of beep tones will be heard.
Press any button on the front panel to silence the
alarm tones. The alarm will trigger again at the set
time unless the Alarm Off feature is selected under
the Set Alarm function.
Set Alarm (Default-Off)
Use the Encoder knob to toggle between Alarm
On or Alarm Off and press the Select Button
for desired alarm status. When the alarm is on
the time will be displayed on the default screen in
reverse image.
NOTE: When the shuttle has not been turned on
or has been removed from the docking
port for any length of time be sure to
position the antenna to receive the
satellite signal so the time can be
automatically updated. If the time
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Alarm Time
When this menu option is highlighted and
selected the current alarm setting is displayed.
The factory default is 12:00PM. By pressing the
category buttons the hours can be increased or
decreasedin one hour increments. AM or PM
will switch automatically when the AM or PM
threshold has been exceeded. By rotating the
Encoder knob the minutes can be increased or
decreasedin one minute increments. Rotating
the Encoder knob in a clockwise (CW) direction
will increase the minutes and in a counterclockwise (CCW) direction will decrease the minutes. When the desired time is displayed, press
the Encoder knob.
NOTE: Loss of the satellite signal by the shuttle
will result in a series of alarm tones only.
Program Alert
When this menu option is highlighted and selected, you will be able to program the unit to switch
to a selected channel at a specific time. On the display, Set Channel Alert will occupy the top text line.
The following adjustments are accessible:
Program Time/Day (Default-12:00pm, Monday)
Channel (Default-Currently Playing Channel)
Program Alert On/Off (Default-Off)
Time/Day:
Rotating the Encoder knob toggles between
Time and Day.
If Time is selected, pressing the category
buttons the hours can be increased or decreased
in one hour increments. AM or PM will switch
automatically when the AM or PM threshold
has been exceeded. By rotating the Encoder
knob the minutes can be increased or decreased
in one minute increments. Rotating the Encoder
knob in a clockwise (CW) direction will increase
the minutes and in a counterclockwise (CCW)
direction will decrease the minutes. When the
desired time is displayed, press the Encoder
knob.
If Day is selected, the screen displays a default
day of Monday, with selectable choices of Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,
Saturday or Sunday. Use the Encoder knob to
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increase (CW) or decrease (CCW) to se
lect the desired day from the default value
(Monday).
NOTE: This function is especially useful when the
shuttle is being powered by battery (Car etc.).
Channel:
Rotate the Encoder knob to scroll through a
listing of all the Sirius streams in a circular
motion. The listing should encompass all 5
available lines. When the desired channel is
highlighted,press the Encoder knob.
The following options are available in this mode:
Enabled
Disabled (Default)
Rotate the Encoder knob to toggle between
Enabled and Disabled. When the desired shut
down status is highlighted, press the Encoder
knob.
Sleep Mode:
In this mode, you have the capability of program
ming the unit to shut off after a selected period of
time. The screen displays Sleep Mode on the top
line, with optional time settings as follows:
Program Alert On/Off:
Rotate the Encoder knob to toggle between
Program Alert On or Program Alert Off.
When the desired alert status is high
lighted, press the Encoder knob.
Auto Shutdown
In this mode, you have the option of programming the unit
to automatically shut off after a 1-hour period without any
user intervention. After 59 minutes of inactivity, a beep tone
sounds, and a display prompt appears on the screen,
stating Cancel Auto Shutdown. Press the Encoder knob
to terminate the function temporarily.
Sleep Off (Factory Default)
15 minute
30 minute
45 minute
60 minute
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Sleep Off is the factory default setting. Rotate the
Encoder knob to toggle through the desired sleep
times. When the desired time is highlighted, press
the Encoder knob. The unit will now turn off after the
selected time has expired
Factory Default
The Factory Default screen displays the text Restore
Default Settings with the following adjustments:
Yes/No
Upon entering this mode, rotating the Encoder knob
toggles between the “Yes” or “No” function/display
selection. If “Yes” is chosen, the unit reverts to the
original factory settings for the following parameters:
• All Presets revert to empty
• Normal Tuning Mode
• Display Mode for PDT Format = 2 lines
• Auto Dimming On
• Display Contrast to 50%
• Display Mode to Auto
• Font Type A
• FM Modulator to On
• FM Frequency to 88.1MHz
• Access to all skipped Streams (Locked streams
remain locked)
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Audio Output Level to 70%
Memory Search On
Memory Locations are erased
12 Hour Clock Format
Eastern Time Zone
Daylight Savings Time Observed
Alarm Off
Alarm Time 12:00PM
Program Alert Time 12:00PM
Program Alert Day Monday
Program Alert Channel Number (current channel)
Auto Shutdown Off
Sleep Mode Off
R estore A ll S ettings?
Y es
No
Factory Default
Remote Control Unit
The wireless remote control supplied with the Shuttle is
capable of operating most of the features from a remote location. Each button on the remote control functions in the same way as the button on the Shuttle unit.
For a full description of a keypad button or function refer
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to the preceding sections in this manual. For optimal operation of the remote control, always aim
it toward the Remote Sensor on the front panel of
the main unit.
Remote Control Unit
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2
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3
11
4
10
5
9
6
7
8
1. MUTE- Allows the user to silence the audio signal.
2. BAND- Used to switch between the 3 preset bands (A, B, C)
and to activate preset tuning.
3. Jump- Favorite memory preset for tuning to traffic/weather
information in selected city of interest (or channel).
4. CAT- Used to access categories in descending order.
5. Presets 0-9- These buttons are used to directly enter a
desired channel number. They are also used when entering
and recalling preset channel numbers into memory.
6. VOL +/- Provide means of increasing and decreasing level
of speaker audio output when used with SIR-BB3 Boom Box.
7. DISP- allows the user to choose one of three ways of
presenting the Artist and Song title information on the LCD
screen.
8. MENU- Used to access “Menu Options” which displays the
user setup menu plus other feature/function adjustments.
9. CH- Used to access streams in descending order. Also used
for adjustments in the various menus.
10. SELECT/ DIRECT- Used to confirm selection in various lists
and menus. Also allows for direct channel entry.
11. CAT+ Used to access categories in ascending order.
12. CH+ Used to access streams in ascending order. Also
used for adjustments in the various menus.
13. MEMO- Used to capture and store current program
information.
14. POWER - Turns the Shuttle on and off.
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Troubleshooting
Specifications
PROB AB L E
C AU SE
REMEDY
Shuttle does
not turn on
Blown fuse, power cable
not properly connected
Check fuse check power
cable
Check antenna
display
message
Satellite antenna not
connected
Check satellite connection to Shuttle
Antenna or cable is
faulty
Contact system installer
or vendor
FM modulator frequency
contains static
switch to another FM
frequency
Vehicle antenna not
connected to radio
Check vehicle antenna
cable.
No signal on
Shuttle display
Check for obstacles
over or around antenna
Change location to
eliminate nearby
obstacles (bridges, etc.)
No sound
1. Audio cables not
connected.
2. Incorrect FM
modulator Frequency
1. Check cables at
Shuttle and radio.
2. Select another FM
modulator frequency.
FAULT
Audio static or
loss of clarity
Audio Output
(100-250 ohms): 650mV RMS Maximum
Power Supply:
Dimensions
(W x H x D):
10-16V, Negative Ground, DC
114mm x 75.7mm x 38.5mm
(w/knob)
(4.50” x 3.00”
x 1.50” )
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City Names
APPENDIX A
Atlanta
Baltimore
Boston
Chicago
Washington DC
Detroit
Dallas/Ft. Worth
Houston
Los Angeles
Miami
New York City
Orlando
Philadelphia
Phoenix
San Diego
Seattle
San Francisco
St. Louis
Tampa/St. Petersburg
Appendix City Names & 3-letter Abbreviations
NOTE:
For city abbreviations that only contain two
letters, a space is added before
broadcasting to maintain consistency.
These cities are highlighted with an
asterisk.
Abbreviations
ATL
BAL
BOS
CHI
DC*
DET
DFW
HOU
LA*
MIA
NYC
ORL
PHL
PHX
SD*
SEA
SF*
StL
TSP
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12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY
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.
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