Audiovox XR9 Satellite Radio User Manual

XR9 Satellite Radio Receiver
User Guide
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Congratulations
You are one step closer to experiencing the latest innovation in XM Satellite Radio. XM will revolutionize your in-home or vehicle entertainment with:
• Over 130 channels of original programming, including –
68 channels of 100% commercial-free music – guaranteed,
Over 60 channels of world-class sports, news, talk and information.
Your Audiovox XR9 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 XH9
Part Number XC9
Part Number XB9
Required subscription for service sold separately. Premium Channels available at additional monthly costs. Installation costs and other fees and taxes may apply, including a one-time activation fee. All fees and programming
subject to change. College sports games subject to availability. Subscriptions subject to Customer Agreement
included with the XM Welcome Kit and available at xmradio.com. Only available in the 48 contiguous United States.
(c) 2004 XM Satellite Radio Inc. XM is a trademark of XM Satellite Radio. All rights reserved. All other trademarks
are the property of their respective owners.
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Contents
Antenna Aiming (Home Installation) ................ 18
Channel Add/Skip ............................................ 18
Memory Options ............................................... 19
Time Options .................................................... 19
Clock ................................................................. 19
Time Format ................................................. 20
Time Zone ..................................................... 20
Set Alarm ...................................................... 21
Alarm Time ................................................... 21
Sleep Mode ................................................... 21
Stock Options ................................................... 22
Stock On/Off .................................................. 22
Stock Add ...................................................... 22
Stock Erase .................................................. 23
Info Extras ......................................................... 24
Info Display Options ..................................... 26
Display Mode ................................................ 26
Factory Default ..................................................... 26
Remote Control Unit ............................................ 27
Troubleshooting .................................................. 29
Specifications ...................................................... 29
Warranty ............................................................... 31
Cautions and Warnings ...................................... 4
XR9 System Components ................................... 4
Introduction .......................................................... 4
Enjoying Your XM -XR9 ......................................... 5
XM XR9 Controls .................................................. 6
Basic Operation ................................................... 8
Tuning by Category .......................................... 8
Channel Listing Options .................................. 8
Direct Tuning ...................................................... 9
Setting/Using Channel Preset Buttons ............. 9
Display Button .................................................. 10
Memory Button (T SEL Function) ..................... 11
Menu Display Operations .................................... 14
Menu Descriptions ............................................... 14
Radio ID ........................................................... 14
Display Setting ................................................. 14
Audio Options ................................................... 15
FM Options ....................................................... 16
Confirm Tone Option ........................................ 16
Lock Option ...................................................... 17
Lock/Unlock Default Code Function ................ 17
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Cautions and Warnings
1. Do not install the XR9 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.
XR9 System Components
XM Receiver
Model XR9,
P/N144-2450
SATELLITE
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Remote Control Unit
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Introduction
The Audiovox XM XR9 Satellite Receiver processes the
satellite signals received by the externally mounted antenna
(purchased separately as part of the Home, Vehicle or Boom
Box Kits). The XR9 recognizes and decodes the incoming
XM® program information and provides an audio signal to
your radio or other audio output equipment.
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NOTE: The XM® 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 XR9 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 XR9
close to your stereo receiving equipment.
Enjoying Your XM® XR9
You can begin to enjoy XM® Satellite Radio as soon as
the XR9 and Kit installation are complete:
1. Set up your Audiovox XR9 using the installation
instructions included in your Home Kit, Vehicle
Kit or Boom Box Kit, or with the help of a professional installer.
NOTE: Refer to Antenna Aiming (page 18) during
the installation procedure.
2. When power is available to the unit, press the Power
(
) button to turn on the XR9.
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3. The XM logo ( ) appears on the display
followed alternately by the XM preview channel. If
this is the first time using the XR9, the screen will
alternately display the Preview channel screen and
a number of messages, including: “Activate Your
XM 1-800-XM RADIO”. If not, go to channel 1 using
the CH Up/Down buttons.
4. To obtain the XM identification (ID) number, tune to
channel 0 or press the MENU button. The Main Menu
page appears with the Radio ID option highlighted.
Press the SELECT button and the 8-digit XM ID
number will appear. Write the number here for
future reference.
5. Activate your XM® radio service ---- it’s easy. You
have one of two choices to activate your service:
(a) Visit the website at XMRadio.com and click on
the “Activate Radio” section. You will then need
to follow some simple directions and provide XM
with some basic information in order to activate
your service.
(b) Call XM at 1-800-XM RADIO (967-2346). One of
XMs friendly Customer Care representatives
will take the necessary information and walk
you through the activation process.
DISPLAY
BUTTON
PRESET/DIRECT
BUTTON
MENU (FM)
BUTTON
MEMORY
(T-SEL)
BUTTON
SELECT
(ENTER)
BUTTON
POWER
BUTTON
XM XR9 Controls
The Audiovox XM® XR9 Unit provides 10 control buttons
and 10 number keys.
Power Button:
This button applies power to and removes power from
the XM® XR9 as follows:
1. A momentary press of the power button turns on
the receiver, and is accompanied by a confirmation
beep tone. The XM logo/name ( ) initially
appears on the LCD display for 3 seconds, followed
by the Preview 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.
INFRARED
SENSOR
CATEGORY
SEARCH
(UP/DOWN)
BUTTONS
CHANNEL
UP/DOWN
BUTTONS
LCD
DISPLAY
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PRESET (NUMBER) BUTTONS
Default Screen
3-DIGIT CHANNEL
NUMBER
AUTO SIZING/
SCROLLING
ARTIST NAME
AUTO SIZING/
SCROLLING
SONG TITLE
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CATEGORY
NAME
PRESET BANK
NUMBER
TIME
INFORMATION
& Blues
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74 Jazz
A
Bluesville
B.B. King
Take It Home
SIGNAL
STRENGTH
INDICATOR
CHANNEL
NAME
Channel Up/Down Buttons and Select Button:
The CH ∧/∨ buttons are the primary controls for navigating through the various lists and option menus available on the unit. In the default mode, these buttons provide sequential tuning through the available program
channels. The Up ( ∧ ) button, when pressed, tunes up
one channel, while the Down ( ∨ ) button, when pressed,
tunes down one channel. When in the list or menu mode,
pressing the CH ∨ and ∧ 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 SELECT button
to enter the selection.
egory. Once a choice has been made, it can be entered
by pressing the SELECT button.
Select Button:
In the default mode, when the SELECT button is pressed
and held for at least 2 seconds, the channel listing appears. During normal operation, the SELECT button is
used to confirm and/or enter desired functions.
Menu (FM) Button:
The MENU button is used to access “Main Menu” options
which allows the user to make feature function adjustments to suit your own personal preferences. Upon entering the main menu mode, use the Channel Up/Down
buttons to highlight the desired function and then press
the SELECT button to enter. Pressing and holding the
MENU button will enter FM Frequency setting mode which
will allow you to quickly make frequency changes as required.
Category Buttons:
The CAT ∧/∨ buttons allow the user to advance through
the channel groups based on content category. By pressing the Channel Up/Down buttons, the user can then
scroll up or down through the channels within that cat-
Memory Button (T SEL) 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 30 Artist/Song
Title combinations. The XR9 also has the capability to
search the current incoming XM signal, and thereby alert
you if it matches the Artist/Song title stored in XR9 memory.
Display Button:
The DISPLAY button allows the user to choose one of
several ways of presenting the Artist, Song Title and data
service information on the LCD screen.
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Preset Button:
Each momentary press of the PRESET button allows the
user to switch between 3 banks of Channel presets (10
presets each A, B, and C, plus Direct (Dir) channel entry.
When in any of the three preset banks, momentarily pressing any of the number buttons will recall the stored channel. In the Direct (Dir) mode, use the number buttons to
directly enter the desired channel number.
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.
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:
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 XR9 turns on and
the XM logo appears for 3 seconds followed by
the default display for the channel and tuning mode
in effect prior to turnoff.
2. Press the Channel Up/Down buttons to select and
play the desired channel, or use the Category Up/
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CATEGORY NAME 1
CHANNEL N A M E
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CHANNEL N A M E
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CHANNEL N A M E
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CHANNEL N A M E
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1. Using the CH Up/Down buttons to select the desired channel.
2. Press the SELECT button 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.
Channel Listing Options
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 DISPLAY button. When the default
screen is displayed on the LCD, pressing and holding
the SELECT button will display all the available channel
numbers and channel information. The first press will
display the channel name. The second press of the
DISPLAY button will display all currently available artists. The third press of the DISPLAY button will display
song titles.
While viewing the Channel List, pressing the Display
button changes Channel List to Artist List to Song List.
The available content listing now displays information
by the Artist Name.
CATEGORY NAME1
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ARTIST NAME
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ARTIST NAME
Preset A
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SONG TITLE
ARTIST NAME
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SONG TITLE
ARTIST NAME
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SONG TITLE
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SONG TITLE
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CHANNEL N A M E
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CHANNEL N A M E
CHANNEL N A M E
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CHANNEL N A M E
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Preset B
ARTIST NAME
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ARTIST NAME
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ARTIST NAME
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SONG TITLE
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Direct Tuning
Channels can also be directly accessed by pressing the
PRESET button until Dir appears; then use the 0-9 number keys to numerically enter the desired channel. Once
the desired channel number has been entered, wait 3
seconds until the channel automatically plays.
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The DISPLAY button is also used during category tuning. Consecutively pressing the DISPLAY 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, pressing
the CH Up/Down buttons allow navigation through the
list. When the desired selection is highlighted, press
the SELECT button 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 PRESET button. The display in the upper
left corner changes to show the corresponding Preset
bank. Each bank will store 10 user-preferred channels.
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Select the desired channel you wish to save into memory
by using the CH Up/Down buttons, 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). A confirmation tone is heard, and a confirming
message (Channel Stored) is displayed. Continue this
procedure for storing all desired channels. To retrieve a
preset channel, momentarily press and release the number button corresponding to the desired channel. A list of
the preset channels can also be accessed through the
category tuning method.
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Display Button
Pressing the DISPLAY button from the Default display
toggles between the artist name/song title screen, large
letter format, or artist name/song title with data service
ticker (sports, stock options, etc.) screen. When the letter size changes, the field will scroll. This feature is
useful when viewing the display at a distance.
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America
Channel Stored
& Blues
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74 Jazz
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Bluesville
B.B. King
Take It Home
& Blues
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74 Jazz
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Bluesville
B. B. King / Take I
XMSR 30.00
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Memory Button (T SEL Function):
This feature allows the user to capture and store the
current program data information (Artist & Song title)
with up to 30 listings (30 Artist/Song Title combinations).
The unit also has the capability to search the current
incoming XM signal and alert the user when a saved
song is being played.
1. While the XR9 is in any of the standard display
modes, momentarily pressing and releasing the MEMORY button stores the current program
data information within the unit’s memory. A
pop-up screen (Artist/Song Data Saved) appears
for 1 second, confirming your selection.
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America
Artist / Song
Data Saved
2. By holding down the MEMORY button for 3 seconds, the
stored memory information is displayed on the LCD
screen in list format. Use the Channel Up/Down buttons
to scroll through the 30 listings and press the SELECT
button to 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 MEMORY button for 3 seconds.
01 David Bowie/Fame Dav
02 B.B. King/Take It Home
03 Sting/Sacred Love Sting
04 Coldplay/Clocks Coldpla
NOTE:
If a saved song is entered twice to the
same memory location number, an
Already Stored screen will appear
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Momentarily pressing the SELECT button will exit
the current artist/song title information and return
to the memory list.
3. When the T SEL function is active, each time the
XR9 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, an audible beep tone will be
heard indicating that a match has been found. The
display then reverts to the Song Found screen
which displays the current matches. You can now
select the Artist/Song that you wish to listen to.
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a. If one or more matches are found, a display list
appears, and allows you to scroll through the list
of songs using the CH Up/Down buttons. Once a
song is found, it can be selected by pressing the
SELECT button, 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.
4. If the MEMORY button is pressed to save a currently-playing selection, and all of the memory
spaces are full, Memory Full will flash on the display for 1 second.
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Stored
02 B.B. King/Take It Home
03 Sting/Sacred Love Sting
04 Coldplay/Clocks Coldpla
Fame
David Bowie
Press Memo t o D elete
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Memory Full
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Memory
Delete
Taylor
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Famedercover
To delete a selection from memory, press and
hold the Memory button to display the list; then
highlight the selection you wish to delete using
the Channel Up/Down buttons. Once highlighted,
press the SELECT button to choose the song to
be deleted. With the song and artist selection
displayed, press the MEMORY button. A pop-up
screen will appear (Memory Delete). Highlight
Yes and press the SELECT button to delete the
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Press Memory to Delete
Menu Descriptions
Menu Display Operations
To enter the Menu Options page, press the MENU Button. The Main Menu list will appear on the LCD display.
Using the CH Up/Down buttons, highlight the option you
wish to adjust and then press the SELECT button.
The following options are available:
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Radio ID
Display Setting
Audio Options
FM Options
Confirm Tone Option
Lock Option
Antenna Aiming
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Channel Add/Skip
Memory Option
Time Options
Stock Options
Info Extras
Info Display Options
Factory Default
Radio ID
Displays your 8 digit XM ID number. No
adjustments are allowed in this mode. To exit this
option, press the SELECT or MENU buttons.
Main
Menu
Radio
ID
36DH3084
Display Setting
The following adjustments are possible:
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.
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Dimming Control
Contrast Control
To enter any of these modes, use the CH Up/Down
buttons to highlight the option you wish to adjust
and press the SELECT button. Upon entering
either the contrast or dimming control, a 10segment horizontal bar graph is displayed with
left and right directional arrows.
The current numerical setting (1-10) is indicated
above the bar graph. Pressing the CH Up/Down buttons adjusts the bar graph indication and function
accordingly.
Display Setting
Dimming Control
Equalizer Control
Audio Options
Equalizer Control
Bass
Volume Control
Treble
Dimming Control
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Equalizer Control
Contrast Control
Bass
Audio Options
The following adjustments are possible:
Equalizer Control
Volume Control
Upon selecting this option, use the Channel Up/
Down buttons to highlight either option and press
the SELECT button to enter.
When Equalizer Control is selected, a dual graph
appears representing Bass and Treble adjustments. Use the Channel Up/Down buttons to high
light the desired function and press the Category
Up/Down buttons to make the adjustment. When
either settingis flat (Bass or Treble equalizer setting off) the indication will be at mid-range; any setting to the left (-) or right (+) indicates a respective
decrease or increase in the Bass or Treble setting.
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Treble
When Volume Control is selected, a 32-step (0-31)
bar graph appears; adjust the volume using the CH
Up/Down buttons. No button activity for 10 seconds
will exit this function.
Audio Options
Volume Control
Equalizer Setting
Equalizer Control
Volume Control
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Volume Control
NOTE: To prevent distortion caused by overdriving
the audio playback device input, it is
recommended that you adjust the volume
of the XR9 at mid-range.
FM Options
The following adjustments are possible:
NOTE: The internal wireless FM transmitter allows
you to play the XR9 audio through any standard FM receiver, eliminating the need to
hardwire connections.
FM On/ Off
Frequency Setting
FM On/Off:
Upon entering this mode, press the CH Up/
Down buttons to toggle between the FM ON
or FM OFF function/display selection. To select
and/or exit this function, press the SELECT
button. (No button activity for 10 seconds will
exit this function.)
FM Options
FM Options
FM On/Off
FM On / Off
Frequency Setting
Frequency Setting
NOTE: It is recommended that you turn the FM
Transmitter off if you are using the low level
audio outputs in your particular application.
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Frequency Setting:
Upon entering this mode, any FM transmitter frequency can be chosen using the CH Up/Down
buttons for frequency selection. The FM frequency
range from 88.1 to 107.9MHz is represented by a
horizontal graph; use the Channel
Up/Down buttons to select the desired frequency.
Press the SELECT but
Frequency Setting
ton to enter the new fre
89.3MHz
quency setting, or
press the MENU button
to return to the menu
options page with no change to frequency.
Confirm Tone Option
When this mode is entered, you are provided with
an On or Off option whereby you can select
whether or not a confirmation tone will be heard
each time a preset button is pressed or an alert
sounds. When the option is highlighted, press the
Confirm Tone Option
SELECT button to enter.
On
Off
Lock Option
When this feature is selected, the following options
appear on the display:
Lock Option
Lock/UnLock
Edit Code
Lock / Unlock
Edit Code
Upon entering this mode, the user is prompted to enter
a four digit numerical code that is used to lock/unlock
channel access. Once the code has been entered, press
the SELECT button; the channel list will be displayed
with the current channel in play highlighted. Use the
Channel Up/Down buttons to navigate the list and highlight the channel to be adjusted.
Lock Options
Lock Options
Enter Code
Enter Code
time the user will be prompted to enter the previously
stored 4-digit code. Once the correct code has been
entered (SELECT), 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).
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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Once a channel has been highlighted, pressing the SELECT button displays a check mark (9) 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
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1. Press the MENU button to access the Main
Menu.
2. Use the Channel Up/Down buttons to highlight
the Lock Option and press the SELECT button.
3. Use the Channel Up/Down buttons to highlight
Edit Code and press the SELECT button.
4. Enter the default code 0000 and press the
SELECT button.
5. Enter new code using buttons 0-9.
Lock Options
Lock Options
Enter Code
Enter Code
The current setting is indicated by number of bars in the
graph. Moving the antenna location should maximize the number of bars in the respective graph, thus ensuring optimum
reception. To exit this function, press the SELECT Button.
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Lock Options
Lock Options
New Code
New Code
NOTE: Terrestrial repeaters are typically used in large
urban areas where structures may affect the line
of sight satellite signal. Terrestrial signals
may not be available in your geographic location.
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Channel Add/Skip
Upon entering this mode, a channel list is displayed with the
current channel in play highlighted. Use the Channel Up/Down
buttons to navigate the list and highlight the channel to be
adjusted.
Channel Add/Skip
6. Press the SELECT button.
7. Confirm the new code using buttons 0-9 and
press the SELECT button.
8. The lock code is now changed.
Antenna Aiming (Home Installation)
Upon entering this mode, two 7-segment vertical bar
graphs are displayed representing terrestrial (tower) and
satellite transmitters. The
Antenna Aiming
signal strength is displayed
by the respective graph
segments. Position the
antenna to optimize either
the satellite or terrestrial signal.
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4 The 40s
5 The 50s
6 The 60s
7 The 70s
Channel Add/Skip
Channel Add/Skip
4 The 40s
4 The 40s
5 The 50s
5 The 50s
6 The 60s
6 The 60s
7 The 70s
7 The 70s
Once a channel has been highlighted, pressing the SELECT
Button displays a check mark (9) next to the channel, and
prevents the channel from being accessible during any of the
tuning modes. Skipped channels 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 check
mark is removed from alongside the channel number/name.
Memory Options
In this mode, the user can turn the Memory Search
Function (T SEL) ON or OFF. In addition, all 30 Memory
Locations can be cleared.
On the display, the top line displays the text,Memory
Options.
The following adjustment options are possible:
1. Clear all Memory Locations. Press the SELECT
button; a prompt display screen appears confirming Are You Sure? Select Yes or No and press the
SELECT button.
2. T Select On/Off Options: - All Off, All On, User Selected Only On.
3. T Select Search Options: - All, Artist Name, Song
Title
Clear All Memory
Yes
Clear All Memory
Clear All Memory
Yes
Confirm
Yes
No
No
No
Confirm
Yes
No
Yes
No
Time Options
The following adjustments are possible:
Time Options
Clock
Clock
Set Alarm
Set Alarm
Sleep Mode
Sleep Mode
Upon entering this mode, use
the Channel Up/Down buttons to highlight the desired
function and press the SELECT button.
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
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Daylight Savings Time, if used. The clock data is provided via the XM channel, and will update based on
the received signal.
Clock
Time Format
Time Zone
Daylight Saving Time
Time Zone
(GMT-09:00) Alaska
(GMT-08:00) Pacific
(GMT-07:00) Mountain
(GMT-06:00) Central
Time Format:
The clock format option provides:
12 Hour (Default)
24 Hour
Use the Channel Up/Down buttons to highlight
the desired format and press the SELECT button.
Use the Channel Up/Down buttons 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;
press the Channel Up/Down buttons to toggle between DST Observed (default) or DST Not Observed.
Clock
Time Format
Time Zone
Daylight Savings Time
DST Observed
DST not Observed
Daylight Saving Time
NOTE: When the XR9 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 information has been lost, the XR9 will not display
the time information and preprogrammed
alarms will not be triggered until the XR9
updates the time information using the
satellite signal.
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
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Set Alarm:
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.
Time Options
Clock
Set Alarm
Sleep Mode
Set Alarm
Alarm On/ Off
AlarmOn/Off
On/ Off
Alarm
On
Off
Alarm Time
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 Channel Up/Down buttons to toggle
between Alarm On or Alarm Off and press the
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SELECT Button for desired alarm status. When
the alarm is on, the time will be displayed on
the default screen in reverse image.
Alarm Time
When this menu option is highlighted and
selected the current alarm setting is displayed.
The factory default is 12:00PM. Use the category
Up/Down buttons to highlight either the hours,
minutes or AM/PM for adjustment. Once highlighted, use the Channel Up/Down buttons
to adjust the selection. AM or PM will also
switchautomatically when the AM or PM threshold has been exceeded. When the desired time
i s displayed, press the SELECT button to enter.
NOTE: Loss of the satellite signal by the XR9
will result in a series of alarm tones only.
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:
Sleep Off (Factory Default)
60 minute
120 minutes
180 minutes
Sleep Off is the factory default setting. Use the
Channel Up/Down buttons to scroll through the
desired sleep times. When the desired time is
highlighted, press the SELECT button. The unit
will now turn off after the selected time has expired.
Time Options
Clock
Sleep Mode
Sleep Off
Set Alarm
60 Minutes
Sleep Mode
120 Minutes
180 Minutes
Stock Options
The following stock options are available:
Stock On/Off
Stock Add
Stock Erase
Stock On/Off
When this menu option is highlighted and
selected, you will be able to turn the stock ticker
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on or off. Highlight the desired function, on or off,
using the Channel Up/Down buttons and press
the SELECT button to enter. When the stock
ticker is off, stock information will not be shown
when the DISPLAY button is pressed.
Stock Options
Stock Options
Stock On/Off
Stock Add
On
Off
Stock Erase
Stock Add
When this option is highlighted, press the
SELECT button to display Enter Stock Symbol
screen which shows a maximum of 8 character
spaces for symbol entry and search. To perform
an alphanumeric symbol search, use the
Channel Up/Down buttons to select the first
character in the symbol name to be entered;
Searching will momentarily appear on the
display. Then press the SELECT button to
access the stock list beginning with that
character.
Press CH to Change Char
Press CH to Change Char
Press CH to Change Char
BAB
BA
B A
BAA
Stored
BAB
Searching ...
BAC
You now have the option to either search this list
for the desired symbol or further fine-tune your
search by entering the next significant character.
Use the Channel Up/Down buttons to search
the list or, by pressing the Category Down button
and then the Category Up button, highlight the
next character. Repeat this procedure to access
other required characters and then press the
SELECT button to enter the stock symbol list.
After entering the each character, search the list
for your complete stock symbol using the
Channel Up/Down buttons. When the symbol is
located, press the SELECT button to enter. A
Stored message momentarily appears on the
display to confirm your selection.
Stock Erase
When this option is highlighted, press the
SELECT button to display the erase options;
Erase One and Erase All.
If Erase One is highlighted and selected, a list
of all currently stored stock symbols is displayed. Using the Channel Up/Down buttons,
highlight the stock symbol to be erased.
Stoc k Options
Stoc k On /Off
Stoc k Add
Stoc k Erase
Erase One
Stock Options
ABC
Erase One
ABD
Erase All
ABE
ABF
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Confirm
Yes
No
No
Once highlighted, press the SELECT button to display
the pop-up confirmation screen with the Yes/No
options. Highlight the Yes selection to erase the
current stock symbol. A pop-up screen appears to
confirm Stock Erased.
If Erase All is highlighted and selected, all of the
currently stored stock symbols will be erased from
memory if the Yes option is highlighted and selected.
Info Extras
When this option is highlighted, press the SELECT button to display the available Info Extras display options;
namely, Sports, News and Horoscopes.
When Sports is highlighted and selected, the following
list of sports venues appears:
Info Extras
• MLB
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NFL
NBA
NHL
Nascar
Golf
" Sports
" News
" Horoscopes
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Tennis
NCAA Basketball
NCAA Football
Use the Channel Up/Down buttons to highlight the desired sport, and press the SELECT button to enter. Notice that sports leagues, such as Major League Baseball, is displayed with an arrow to the left; this means
that each team (or All Teams) is available for display
when highlighted and selected. Once selected, a box
appears next to the team name; press the SELECT button and a check mark appears within the box.
The remaining sports venues, such as Nascar, each
display a box adjacent to the name; when any of these
are highlighted and selected, a check mark appears
within the box.
Info Extras
NOTE: Info Extras information is
subject to current availability;
check the XM website for
updates
"
"
"
"
NCAA Football
MLB
NFL
NBA
Info Extras
"
!"
"
"
Toronto Blue Jays
All Teams
Anaheim Angels
Arizona DiamondBacks
When News is highlighted and selected, the following
list of news categories appears on the display:
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NOTE:
1. From the Artist/Song Title default display, repeatedly pressing the Display button will cycle through
the following available display formats:
Headlines
World
National
Artist/Song Title>Artist /Song Title (Large Font)>
Stock Ticker>Info Extras
Sports
Entertainment
News and associated options are only
available during XM Transmissions
Use the Channel Up/Down buttons to highlight the desired news report, and press the SELECT button to enter. Each item displays a box to the left; when any item is
highlighted and selected, a check mark appears within
the box.
When Horoscopes is highlighted and selected, each of
the 12 horoscope signs appears on the display with a
box next to the sign. When any sign is highlighted and
selected, a check mark appears within the box.
The Info Extras information, if selected, will appear on
the default display in either page mode or scroll mode
(See Info Display Options.) Please use the following
procedure:
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NOTE: Stock Ticker and Info Extras display format will only be available if these features
have been activated by the user through
the Main Menu.
2. While in the Info Extras display mode, repeatedly pressing the SELECT button will cycle
through the various available Info Extras information. Info Extras information includes sports,
news and other additional information services.
The selected information type will be momentarily displayed in reverse image in the channel
name area on the display.
Scroll Speed
When Scroll Speed is highlighted and selected,
Normal Speed and Slow Speed options are displayed. Use the Channel Up/Down buttons to high
light the desired speed and press the SELECT button to enter. If Slow Speed is selected, it takes
approximately 20 seconds for the ticker to scroll
across the screen; in Normal Speed, the ticker
crosses the screen in about half the time.
Info Display Options
When this option is highlighted, two choices are
available:
• Display Mode
• Scroll Speed
Press the Channel Up/Down buttons and then the
SELECT button for the desired option.
Display Mode
when this option is highlighted and selected, additional options, Scroll Mode and Page Mode, are
displayed. In scroll mode, the stock listings scroll
across the display screen; in page mode, each of
the stock listings appear for approximately 1 second on the left side of the display.
Factory Default
The Factory Default screen displays the text Factory
Default with the following adjustments:
Yes/No
Factory Default
Factory Default
Confirm
Yes
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No
On
Yes
a
Off
No
Upon entering this mode, pressing the Channel Up/Down
buttons 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:
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All Presets revert to empty
Normal Tuning Mode
Display Contrast to 50%
FM Modulator to On
FM Frequency to 88.1MHz
Access to all skipped channels (Locked channels remain locked)
Audio Output Level to 70%
Memory Search On
Memory Locations are erased
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12 Hour Clock Format
Eastern Time Zone
Daylight Savings Time Observed
Alarm Off
Alarm Time 12:00PM
Sleep Mode Off
Remote Control Unit
The wireless remote control supplied with the XR9 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 XR9 unit. For
a full description of a keypad button or function refer 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.
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Remote Control Unit
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1. POWER Turns the XR9 on and off.
2. 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.
3. CH+/- Used to access streams in ascending and descending
order. Also used for adjustments in the various menus.
4. PRE Used to switch between the three preset bands A, B
and C, and DIR (tuning).
5. MENU Used to access “Menu Options” which displays the
user setup menu plus other feature/function adjustments.
6. DIR Selects direct tuning using the preset buttons.
7. MEMO Used to capture and store current program
information.
8. P CH This button toggles between the current channel and
the previous channel that was being listened to.
9. DIS Allows the user to choose one of three ways of
presenting the Artist and Song title information on the LCD
screen.
10. SELECT Used to confirm selection in various lists
and menus.
11. CAT+/- Used to access categories in ascending and descending order.
12. VOL +/- Provide means of increasing and decreasing level
of speaker audio output when used with XB3 Boom Box.
13. MUTE Allows the user to silence the audio signal.
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Troubleshooting
Specifications
PROB AB L E
C AU SE
REMEDY
XR9 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 XR9
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
XR9 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 XR9
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):
Weight
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6 Volt, Negative Ground, DC Input
CAUTION: Use only the Audiovoxapproved adapter specified in the
Home (XH9) and Vehicle (XC9) kit
for the XR9 Satellite Radio Receiver,
or the XR9 could could be severely
damaged.
110.0mm x 71.0mm x 26.0mm
(4.30”
x 2.8”
x 1.02” )
6.5 Ounces
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