Owner`s manual | Audiovox VOH802 Computer Monitor User Manual

VOH802 DL
8” LCD
OVERHEAD
TV/MONITOR
OWNER’S
MANUAL
IMPORTANT NOTICE
TELEVISION RECEPTION
It is unlawful in most jurisdictions for a person to drive a
motor vehicle which is equipped with a television viewer
or screen that is located in the motor vehicle at any point
forward of the back of the driver’s seat, or that is visible,
directly or indirectly, to the driver while operating the
vehicle. In the interest of safety, the VOH802 DL should
never be installed where it will be visible, directly or
indirectly, by the operator of the motor vehicle.
This entertainment system is designed primarily for
viewing pre-recorded movies or playing video games.
Television reception in a moving vehicle will be
limited and in some areas will not be possible due to
weak and variable signal strength.
Television
viewing in a stationary vehicle will result in an
improvement, but may still be marginal due to
strength. The quality of the picture will not be
consistent with home TV reception. Reception may
be affected by the weather and distance from the TV
station. A weak signal may cause the picture to roll,
be snowy, or cause some color loss.
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FEATURES
Congratulations on your purchase of the Audiovox
VOH802 DL drop down TV/Video Monitor.
The
VOH802 DL has been designed to give you and your
family many years of video entertainment in the mobile
environment. Please read the directions that follow to
familiarize yourself with the product and to ensure that
you obtain the best results from your equipment.
NOTE: Installation options vary. See the individual
Owner’s Manuals for each component in your system to
obtain a full understanding of each component’s
operation.
• 8” TFT (Thin Film Transistor) Active Matrix LCD
(Liquid Crystal Display) Monitor
• OSD (On Screen Display) For Control Of Picture
Quality And Functions
• Full Function Remote Control
• Television Tuner
• Remote Sensor Eye
• Three Audio / Video Sources
• Speaker Amplifier
• Back-Lit Controls For Low Light Operation
• Inferred Wireless RF Headphone Transmitter
• Dual Dome Light
• Optional Jack for RF Transmitter (for the Wireless
RF Headphones)
SAFETY PRECAUTION
For safety reasons, when changing Video Media it is
recommended that the vehicle is not in motion, and that
you do not allow children to unfasten seat belts to
change Video Media or make adjustments to the
system. System adjustments can be accomplished
using the Remote Control while seat belts remain
fastened. Enjoy your Audiovox entertainment system
but remember safety of all passengers remains the
number one priority.
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FRONT PANEL FEATURE
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FRONT PANEL FEATURES – See Figure 1
1. SENSOR EYE – Allows the remote control to operate
the VOH802 DL’s OSD system (On Screen Display),
volume to Wired Headphone Jacks (and optional
external speakers), and for control of Video Media
Player and other accessories.
2. INFRARED TRANSMITTER – Used to transmit audio
to Wireless Headphones.
6. SELECT – Used to select one of the Three A/V
sources.
7. CHANNEL UP/DOWN – Changes the TV channel.
8. AUTO PROGRAM SWITCH (AP) – Auto Program
used to program local channels into TV memory.
Press when vehicle is in a new location.
9. DOME LIGHTS – Provide additional illumination.
3. POWER BUTTON – (Bright red when system is ON,
dim when system is OFF).
4. PIX AND VOLUME UP/DOWN – Controls Volume to
Headphone Jacks and external Speakers if
connected. Also, used to adjust the picture control
setting when “contrast”, “bright”, “color” or “tint” is
displayed on the screen.
5. PICTURE SELECT – Each time this button is
pressed, the screen picture adjustment display cycles
through
“adjustment
bars”
for
CONTRAST,
BRIGHTNESS, COLOR, and TINT. Once the desired
adjustment bar is displayed, use the VOLUME
UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the setting. The display
will automatically turn off if no adjustments are made
within 6 seconds, or if any other button is depressed.
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10. THREE POSITION DOME LIGHT SWITCH
• Auto – Automatically switched on the dome lights
in conjunction with the vehicle’s interior
illumination.
• Off – The Dome lights will not turn on in this
position.
• On – Turns on the Dome lights.
11.
SCREEN RELEASE – Slides in the direction of the
arrow to release the drop down screen.
REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION
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BATTERY INSTALLATION
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Before attempting to operate the Remote Control,
install the batteries as described below.
1) Turn the Remote Control face down. Press
down on the ridged area of the battery cover, and
slide it off.
2) Install Two “AAA” batteries as shown. Make sure
that proper polarity (+ or -) is observed.
3) Slide the cover back until it clicks into position.
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The Remote Control will operate the VOH802 DL,
Audiovox Televisions and Video Media Players. It is
not a universal remote control and will not control
equipment from other manufacturers.
If a universal Remote Control is used with the
VOH802 DL, choose the remote control encoding
scheme
for
Audiovox
Televisions
when
programming the remote.
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REMOTE CONTROLLED TV FUNCTIONS
1. POWER ON/OFF
Press this button to turn the VOH802 DL on. The
channel number or current video source will be
displayed on screen, and the picture will appear in
a few seconds. Press the button again to turn the
VOH802 DL off.
2. DIRECT ACCESS (0-9) BUTTONS
Use these buttons to make a direct channel
selection. The channel number chosen will be
displayed on the screen for about 4 seconds. The
direct access is carried out with 0-9 keys (0-99CH).
The “1__” key will not function as it is only used for
cable channels above 99.
3. CHANNEL UP/DOWN BUTTONS
Use these buttons to advance to the next higher or
lower channel. See also: SKIP/SEARCH BUTTON.
4. VOLUME UP/DOWN BUTTONS
Use these buttons to raise or lower the volume
level of the Wired Headphones or External
Speakers if installed. They are also used to make
adjustments in the picture select mode.
NOTE: These buttons will not affect the volume of
wireless headphones or a wired RF modulator.
When using these devices the volume must be
adjusted with the headphone volume control or with
your radio’s volume control. (See page 10,
Headphones, or page 11, Wired FM Modulator).
5. PICTURE SELECT BUTTON
Each time this button is pressed, the screen picture
adjustment display cycles through “adjustment
bars” for CONTRAST, BRIGHTNESS, COLOR,
and TINT. Once the desired adjustment bar is
displayed, use the VOLUME UP/DOWN buttons to
adjust the setting. The display will automatically
turn off if no adjustments are made within 6
seconds, or if any other button is depressed.
6. MUTE BUTTON
Press this button to shut off the sound to the
Wired Headphones and External Speakers if
installed. The screen will display the volume
adjustment bar for 6 seconds, indicating that the
sound has been turned off. Pressing the button
again restores sound to the previously set level.
The mute feature may also be released by pressing
the VOLUME UP/DOWN buttons.
7. TV / VIDEO BUTTON
Any video equipment connected to the
AUDIO/VIDEO inputs can be used with the TV by
pressing this button. Each time the button is
pressed, the Audio/Video source will change in the
following sequence VIDEO1, VIDEO2, and TV.
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8. AUTO MEMORY BUTTON
When the AUTO MEMORY BUTTON is depressed,
all channels in TV mode are searched and tuned; all
channels with strong signals detected are
automatically stored.
9. SKIP/SEARCH BUTTON
This button selects between SKIP and SEARCH
mode. In “SKIP mode” the TV only stops on
channels that are programmed into memory when
the CHANNEL UP/DOWN buttons are used. When
the SKIP is turned off, the TV keep only stop on all
keep channels.
10. ERASE/WRITE BUTTON
When tuned to a channel press this button to store
or erase the channel from memory. The stored
channel numbers are displayed in “GREEN” on the
screen, and the erased channels are in “RED”.
When skip mode is on, the VOH802 DL will tune to
only the stored channels when using the CHANNEL
UP/DOWN buttons.
REMOTE CONTROLLED VCP FUNCTIONS
These features can only be used with an Audiovox Video
Tape Player, if this option was installed with your video
package. For more information consult the Audiovox
VCP Owner’s Manual.
11. POWER BUTTON
This button is used to turn the VCP on and off.
12. “REW” REWIND BUTTON
If this button is pushed while the tape is stopped, the
Video Tape will rewind. If this button is pushed while
the tape is playing, the VCP will go into rewind search
mode.
13. PLAY BUTTON
Press this button to activate play mode while a Video
Tape is loaded into the VCP. This button may also be
used to disengage search and pause modes.
14. “FFWD” FAST FORWARD BUTTON
If this button is pushed while the tape is stopped, Video
Tape will fast forward. If this button is pressed while
the Video Tape is playing, the VCP will go into fast
forward search mode.
15. REPLAY BUTTON
Pressing this button will rewind the Video Tape and
immediately begin playback when the Video Tape is
fully rewound.
16. STOP BUTTON
Press this button to stop the Video Tape.
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CHANNEL TUNING SETUP
In order to easily access all available channels, it may
be necessary to perform the channel AutoProgramming procedure whenever the vehicle’s
geographic location has changed, i.e. city-to-city,
weak signal area.
1. Press the AUTO MEMORY button on the remote
control unit or the AUTO PROGRAM button on the
flip down video unit. You will see the TV cycle
through all its channels.
The built-in
microprocessor will automatically note each
channel that is actively broadcasting in your area.
(A) To tune only strong clear channels with the
CHANNEL UP/DOWN buttons, press the
SKIP/SEARCH button on the Remote Control
Unit until “SKIP MODE ON” is displayed on the
bottom of the screen. The TV will now tune
only to strong active channels when the UP or
DOWN buttons are used on the monitor or the
remote control.
(B) To tune to weak or marginal channels with the
CHANNEL UP/DOWN buttons, press the
SKIP/SEARCH button on the Remote Control
Unit until “SKIP MODE OFF” is displayed on the
bottom of the screen. Tune to the desired
channel using the CHANNEL UP/DOWN
buttons or go directly to the channel by using
the 0-9 buttons on the Remote Control.
2. To ERASE a channel, press the ERASE/WRITE
button on the Remote Control Unit until “MANUAL
MEMORY XX ERASE” is displayed on screen. To
STORE a channel, press the button until the
MANUAL MEMORY XX ADD is displayed on
screen.
TURNING THE VOH802 DL ON AND OFF
1 Sliding the screen release lock forward viewing will
unlock the screen and it will drop down slightly.
(Pivot the screen downward until a comfortable
angle is reached). After the unit has been turned
on and is displaying a picture, adjustment to the
viewing angle can be made by pivoting the screen
to optimize the picture quality. The internal friction
detent will hold the screen in position while the
system is in use.
2 Pressing the power button on the pod or remote will
alternately turn the system on or off. When in use
the internal back lighting will illuminate the controls.
3 Remember to turn the unit off and pivot the display
screen to the locked position when not in use.
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OPERATION
OVERHEAD DOME LIGHTS
REMOTE INFERRED SENSOR/REPEATER
A three-position slide switch controls the Dome
Lights on the VOH802 DL. Sliding the switch to the
ON position will turn the Dome Lights ON. The OFF
position will prevent the Dome Lights from turning
ON at all times and the auto position will allow the
Dome Lights to turn ON and OFF with the vehicle’s
interior lighting.
Do not leave the vehicle
unattended with the Dome Lights switch in the ON
position, as this could result in a discharged battery.
The VOH802 DL incorporates a Remote Infrared
Sensor, which relays the signals from the Remote
Control to allow the VOH802 DL and VCP to be
controlled simply by pointing it’s Remote Control at the
remote sensor. This provides control of auxiliary
equipment such as an Audiovox VCP or DVD Player.
The Remote Infrared Sensor can relay signals from
most manufacturers Remote Control to its respective
component connected to the Video 1 and 2 inputs. In
this case you must use the Remote Control supplied
with the other manufacturers component.
Dome Light
Dome Light Switch
Dome Light
Remote Inferred Sensor
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OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
WIRELESS HEADPHONES
The VOH802 DL includes a built in Infrared
Transmitter for use with Audiovox Wireless
Headphones (P/N MVIRHS). Turning the Headphone
switch ON activates will activate the internal IR
Receiver, the volume can then be adjusted separately
with the controls on each headset. Any number of
wireless headphones can be used, but all must be
within a line of sight from the transmitter, as infrared
transmissions, like visible light travel only in a straight
line.
The VOH802 DL has a Jack labeled “to FM
Transmitter”, this Jack is for connection of an optional
Audiovox RF Transmitter (P/N WTXRF01).
This
Transmitter is for use with the Audiovox Wireless RF
Headphones (P/N WHPRF01).
AUXILIARY A/V STEREO INPUTS JACK
The VOH802 DL may be equipped with an auxiliary
A/V stereo input connector (optional).
These inputs are provided to facilitate the temporary
connection of optional audio/video equipment, such as
a camcorder or video game system. To play a source
with these inputs, an RCA patch cord is required to
connect the audio/video signals to their respective
jacks. Mono audio sources will require the use of an
RCA Y-cable (P/N 0892165) to connect to both right
and left inputs, if patch cords are installed into the
AUX inputs, the VIDEO INPUT 2 will be temporarily
bypassed. Once the connections have been made,
turn the VOH802 DL on and press the source button
on the VOH802 DL or the TV/Video button on the
remote control until “Video 2” is displayed on the
screen. The unit will now play the audio and video
signals from the accessory connected. The remote
control will not operate the accessory components.
VOH802DL Jack Panel
Consult the documentation accompanying the
Audiovox Wireless Headphones for more information.
HEADPHONES
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AUDIO R
AUDIO L
VIDEO
HEADPHONES
WIRED FM MODULATOR (P/N FMM100)
Your video system may be equipped with an optional
RF modulator, that allows you to listen to the
VOH802 DL’s audio signal by tuning your vehicle’s
radio to the selected frequency, (88.7 or 89.1- check
with your installer) and tuning on the remote mounted
RF modulator switch. (In most cases this toggle
switch will be located underneath the driver’s side of
the dash, check with your installer for the exact
location.)
Whenever the RF Modulator is ON,
broadcast radio reception will be poor. Turning the
remote mounted toggle switch OFF will allow for
normal radio reception.
VIDEO OUTPUT
The VOH802 DL provides a video output for an
optional Video monitor(s). This output will provide a
video signal that duplicates the signal displayed by
the VOH802 DL to an additional Monitor or Video
display.
Please see your installer for more
information.
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TYPICAL SYSTEM CONNECTIONS
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Negative Dome Light Switching
Lamp Auto
Purple/Brown
Constant 12V
Black/Red
Lamp ON
Red/Black
Positive Dome Light Switching
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Lamp Auto
Purple/Brown
Ground
Black/Red
12Vdc
Red/Black
PIN 1 – Power/Red
PIN 2 – Power GND/Black
PIN 3 – Dome Light ON – Red/Black
PIN 4 – Lamp Common – Black/Red
PIN 5 – Dome Light Auto – Purple/Brown
PIN 6 – Line Out (L)/White
PIN 7 – Spk Out (R) /Green
PIN 8 – Spk Out-GND/Black
PIN 9 – Spk Out (L)/Grey
PIN 10 – Video Out/Yellow
PIN 11 – Video GND/Black
PIN 12 – Line Out (R)/Red
PIN 13 – Power 12V(FM Trans.)/Red
White RCA(Audio Left)
PIN 14 – Power GND (FM Trans.)/Black
PIN 15 – Audio (L) Out (FM Trans.)/White
Yellow RCA(Video)
Red RCA(Audio Right)
PIN 16 – Audio GND (FM Trans.)/Black
PIN 17 – Audio (R) Out (FM Trans.)/Red
PIN 18 – Line Out GND/Black
Accessor
Harness
2 PIN IR
Connector
4 PIN
Power
Connector
IR Transmitter LED
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Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
Poor TV Reception
SOLUTION
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Poor radio reception (FM
modulator installed)
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IR sensor inoperative
Specifications
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Perform auto programming of
the tuner
Verify antenna condition.
NOTE: Due to the nature of TV
signals,
vehicle
motion,
direction the vehicle is facing,
distance from the transmitter,
nearby
surroundings
and
weather may adversely affect
TV
reception.
These
conditions may result in the
following: picture roll, “snowy”
picture, or momentary loss of
color. Please refer to page 2
for more information on TV
reception.
Check the condition of the
vehicle’s radio antenna.
Verify that the antenna is fully
raised
If a wired RF modulator has
been installed, verify that it’s
switch is turned to the off
position
Verify that the batteries in the
remote are fresh
Verify that the remote eye is
not obstructed.
Verify
that
the
infrared
transmitter is affixed over the
sensor eye of the component
to be controlled
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LCD Brightness
250 nits (min)
Resolution
1440 x 234
Pixels
336, 960
Operation Temperature
-10 ~ 65º C
Storage Temperature
- 40 ~ 85º C
Video Display System
NTSC
Audio Output
1W @ 16Ω
Current Draw
1.5A
Weight
3.3 Lbs
Overall Dimensions
2.3 x 8.6 x 9.8 Inch
(H x W x D)
AUDIOVOX ELECTRONICS CORP. (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 36 months from the date
of original purchase, such defect(s) will be repaired or replaced with reconditioned product (at the Company's option) without charge
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electrical systems.
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through alteration, improper installation, mishandling, misuse, neglect, accident, or by removal or defacement of the factory serial
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than expressed herein in connection with the sale of this product.
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