Cisco Systems ASA 5500 Network Router User Manual

H-CMDN6000
2 DIN DVD/CD/MP3 RECEIVER WITH BUILT-IN 6.5” TFT DISPLAY
Instruction manual
DVD/CD/MP3-
2 DIN
6.5” TFT-
Dear customer!
Thank you for purchasing our product. For safety, it is strongly recommended to read this manual carefully
before connecting, operating and/or adjusting the product and keep the manual for reference in the future.
Table of contents
Table of contents ...............................................................................................................................................2
Important safeguards .........................................................................................................................................4
Accessories........................................................................................................................................................5
Installation/connection.......................................................................................................................................6
Electrical Connection..................................................................................................................................8
Unit controls......................................................................................................................................................9
Front panel .................................................................................................................................................9
Inner panel................................................................................................................................................10
Remote control ......................................................................................................................................... 11
Changing the battery.................................................................................................................................12
General operations...........................................................................................................................................13
Main menu ......................................................................................................................................................16
Digital tuner operations ...................................................................................................................................21
RDS Setup................................................................................................................................................24
Disc operations ................................................................................................................................................26
DVD operations........................................................................................................................................27
VCD/CD operations..................................................................................................................................35
MP4 Disc operations.................................................................................................................................39
MP3/SD operations...................................................................................................................................41
MP3 overview ..........................................................................................................................................43
AUX/TV operations (optional) ........................................................................................................................44
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GPS operations ................................................................................................................................................46
Handling and cleaning discs ............................................................................................................................47
Troubleshooting guide .....................................................................................................................................48
Specification....................................................................................................................................................49
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Important safeguards
Using the device at temperature below -10º may cause the breakage of the device.
Before using, please, heat up the passenger compartment to the recommended temperature!
Read carefully through this manual to familiarize yourself with this high-quality car stereo system.
Disconnect the vehicle's negative battery terminal while mounting and connecting the unit.
When replacing the fuse, be sure to use one with an identical amperage rating. Using a fuse with a higher
amperage rating may cause serious damage to the unit.
DO NOT attempt to disassemble the unit. Laser beams from the optical pickup are dangerous to the eyes.
Make sure that pins or other foreign objects do not get inside the unit; they may cause malfunctions, or
create safety hazards such as electrical shock or laser beam exposure.
If you have parked the car for a long time in hot or cold weather, wait until the temperature in the car
becomes normal before operating the unit.
DO NOT open covers and do not repair yourself. Consult the dealer or an experienced technician for help.
Make sure you disconnect the power supply and aerial if you will not be using the system for a long period
or during a thunderstorm.
Make sure you disconnect the power supply if the system appears to be working incorrectly, is making an
unusual sound, has a strange smell, has smoke emitting from it or liquids have got inside it. Have a
qualified technician check the system.
The unit is designed for negative terminal of the battery, which is connected to the vehicle metal. Please
confirm it before installation.
Do not allow the speaker wires to be shorted together when the unit is switched on. Otherwise it may
overload or burn out the power amplifier.
Install the unit horizontally. Install the unit more than 30 degree vertically may result in worse
performance.
Do not block the cooling fan exit to ensure sufficient heating dissipation of this unit, failure to do this
may result in damage to this unit.
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Accessories
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Installation/connection
Installation method 1: DIN Front-mount
Installation method 2:
Installation using the screw holes at the sides of the unit.
Select a position where the screw holes of the mounting bracket supplied with
the car and the screw holes of the main unit become aligned (are fitted), and
tighten the screws (see at 2 places on each side). And then fasten them to the
car.
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Detach the unit
Detach the front panel before disassembling the unit.
1. Take out the Outer trim frame.
2. Insert the keys supplied to the unit at both sides of the unit until they click.
Pulling the keys makes it possible to remove the unit from the dashboard.
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Electrical Connection
1. Output plug
2. Output socket
3. Tuner reception
Note: The brown wire is connected with brake signal; for safety, the programs can be seen on the monitor after
braking the car, but the menu and RCA outputs are free of it. If you do not want to use this function, connect it
with the negative pole. Do not connect the pink wire to the battery, otherwise it will use up the power of
battery.
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Unit controls
Front panel
1. SRC/PWR button
During waiting mode, briefly press it to turn on
the unit; during working status, briefly press it
to select radio mode or playback mode, hold and
press it to turn the unit on or off.
2. SEL/MENU button
Briefly press it to select the function; keep
pressing it to display the main menu.
3. MUTE button
Briefly press it to mute; keep pressing it to switch to the night mode.
4. REMOTE Infrared Sensor
5. VOLUME+/ VOLUMEPress VOLUME+/VOLUME- to increase or decrease the volume, and press them to adjust functions of the
SEL button.
6. RESET button
Press it to restore the unit to initial status.
7. Touchable TFT display
8. AF/EQ button
Briefly press it to select the different frequency; press and hold it to select the corresponding preset modes
to adjust the sound quality.
9. TA/BAND button
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Briefly press it to activate the traffic alarm function; press and hold it to select the bands.
10. REL/NAV button
Press it to slide down the front panel, then you can insert or eject a disc or a SD card. Press and hold it to
activate GPS function.
11. Cursor buttons
Left/Right/Up/Down/F.REW/F.F/Next track/Previous Track;
12. ANGLE+/ANGLE- Button
Inner panel
13. Eject button
Press it to eject a disc.
14. Disc Loading Slot
Press REL first before you load the disc.
15. SD Card Slot
16. Navigation SD card slot
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Remote control
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AF/EQ button
SOURCE button
GOTO button
BND/TITLE button
AMS/MENU button
LOC/SUB-T button
ST/AUDIO button
OSD button
PTY/ANGLE button
SLOW button
ZOOM button
PROG button
P/N button
VOL +/ VOL- buttons
MUTE button
TA/ LOUD button
EJECT button
0~9 NUMBER buttons
CLEAR button
ENTER button / CURSOR / / /
buttons / / FAST REWIND/ FAST
FORWARD BUTTONS / /
PREVIOUS/ NEXT TRACK BUTTONS
SETUP button
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22.
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24.
25.
26.
PAUSE button
STOP button
RPT button
RDM button
SEL button
Changing the battery
1.
Press the catch and at the same time pull out the battery tray (pic. 1).
2.
Insert the 1 lithium battery, type CR2025 (3V) battery with the stamped (+)
mark facing upward. Insert the battery tray into the remote control (pic.2).
Pic. 1
Pic. 2
Warning:
Store the battery where children cannot reach. If a child accidentally swallows the battery, consult a doctor
immediately.
Do not recharge, short, disassemble or heat the battery or dispose it in a fire.
Do not expose or bring into contact the battery with other metallic materials. Doing this may cause the
battery to give off heat, crack or start a fire.
When throwing away or saving the battery, wrap it in tape and insulate; otherwise, the battery may give off
heat, crack or start a fire.
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General operations
Reset the Unit
Operating the unit for the first time or after replacing the car battery, you must reset the unit. Remove the front
panel at first, and then press RESET button on the unit with a pointed object, (such as a ballpoint pen) to set the
unit to initial state.
Note: When some errors occur on the display, you can also press RESET button to resume to normal, and it
will erase the clock setting and some memorized functions. This function can only be operated by the head unit.
Turning the Unit On/Off
Press SOURCE button on the RC or SRC/PWR button on the unit to turn on the unit, press it again, the unit is
still in the waiting status. After inserting a disc, the unit will automatically start playing. Keep pressing it more
than 2 seconds to turn off the unit completely.
Note: During playback mode, the unit will play automatically after inserting a disc.
Setting the Sound Characteristics
Repeatedly press SEL button on the RC or SEL/MENU button on the unit to select the desired mode in the
following order: BALAN => FADE => BASS => TREBL => VOLUME. After selecting the desired mode, you
can adjust the current level by pressing VOL buttons on the RC or on the unit.
EQ Setting
While listening to the popular music, classic music or rock music, you can select the corresponding preset
modes to adjust the sound quality perfectly by using AF/EQ button on the RC or on the unit. Repeatedly keep
pressing the button to choose the following modes in turn: POP => CLAS => ROCK => OFF. The default
setting is OFF.
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Volume Control
Press VOL+/VOL- button on the RC or on the unit to increase/decrease the sound level.
Turning Loudness On/Off
Briefly press TA/LOUD button on the RC to activate loud function. You can press this button to increase the
low frequency, which can improve sensitivity for your ears. Keep pressing it again to quit this function.
Eject a Disc
Press EJECT button on the RC or on the unit to eject or insert a disc.
Open the Monitor
Press REL button on the unit to slant the monitor, press and hold it again, the monitor will return to initial state.
Angle Setting
Press ANGLE+/- buttons on the unit to adjust the best position of the monitor.
Mute Function
Press MUTE button on the RC or on the unit to turn off the sound. The corresponding icon appears on the TFT.
Press it again to resume the previous volume level.
Night Mode
Press and hold MUTE button to enter the night mode, press it again to switch to the normal mode. This function
is operated by the head unit only.
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Insert an SD Card
Press REL button after turning the unit on, then insert an SD card into SD slot when the TFT is slanted, and the
contents of the card will be played.
Clear
After inputting something wrong, press CLEAR button to clear it.
Mode Selector
Repeatedly press SOURCE button on the RC or the SRC/PWR button on the unit to select radio mode, TV
mode or playback mode.
Infrared Sensor
Reception of the remote control signal.
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Main menu
Note: This unit can be operated by touching the screen buttons. Thus you
can select the menus and change the parameters.
When the unit is on, the monitor will display main menu.
Press and hold SETUP button on the RC or SEL/MENU on the head unit,
or press MENU on the monitor to enter the menu.
This menu includes AUDIO, VIDEO, SOURCE, SYSTEM, EXIT. Press
them on the monitor to set the desired status.
Audio Adjust
You can adjust VOLUME, BALANCE, FAD, BASS, TREBLE.
For example, press FAD, the setting menu will appear.
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Press
and
buttons to adjust the desired FAD level, press EXIT to
exit this menu.
Note: When adjusting the other options perform the same operation.
Video Adjust
In this menu you can adjust CONTRAST, COLOR, TINT, BRIGHT,
PICTURE.
Source Adjust
You can adjust TV, CDC, GPS and AUX to ON or OFF, press the
corresponding button to set. If one of them was set OFF, that function is
not available.
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System Adjust
In this menu you can adjust CLOCK SYS (clock system), KEY BEEP,
MONI FLEX (monitor flex), REVER POLA (reverse polarity),
SUBWOOFER, AMS FULLUP, LOCAL AREA, LOCAL, GOTO FREQ,
RT SCROLL, TA VOLUME, REGION, ADJ SCREEN, CLOCK ADJ.
Note: Press arrow buttons at the right side of the screen to display the next
or previous menu.
Clock System
Press CLOCK SYSTEM in the monitor to set 12 HOUR or 24 HOUR in this menu.
Key Beep
In this menu you can adjust KEY BEEP, press it and select ON or OFF, the default setting is ON, it means
when you press the buttons, they are sounded.
Monitor Flex (optional)
In this menu you can adjust MONITOR FLEX, press it on the monitor and select MANUAL or AUTO, the
default setting is AUTO, it means that when you turn the unit on the monitor will take a default position.
Rever Pola (Reverse Polarity)
You can reverse the polarity in this menu. The signal is +12V when you back a car, please press BATTERY in
the monitor; if the signal is 0 V, please press GROUND.
Subwoofer
In this menu you can adjust SUBWOOFER settings, press it and select ON or OFF, the default setting is ON.
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AMS Fullup
In this menu you can set the modes of AMS. When the setup is ON, the presettable stations are full, new one’s
are not allowed. When you select OFF, it will search continually.
Local Area
You can select EUROPE, USA, to search the stations quickly in your current area. You can select OIRT to
receive stations quickly.
Local
In this menu you can search the LOCAL stations, when selected ON, the strong signal local stations can be
received, when selected OFF, the week signal out-of-town stations may be received.
Goto Freq
Selecting ON, you can use GOTO button on the RC to select a station’s frequency directly in radio mode.
RT Scroll
You can select SLOW, NORMAL or FAST scroll speed according to your preferences.
TA Volume
You can select LOW, NORMAL or HIGH TA volume according to your preferences.
Region
To set the AF searching region, the default setting is ON. You can also set it to OFF.
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Adj Screen
Press ADJ SCREEN to display the above menu, there are a square button at the top left corner and a tip: please
press the button. Press the square button at place 1, then the button will move to place 2, press it at place 2, it
will move to place 3, then place 4, press SAVE at last.
Clock Adjust
Press CLOCK ADJ to adjust the time.
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Digital tuner operations
Mode selecting
Press the SRC/PWR button on the unit or SOURCE button on the RC repeatedly to switch to RADIO mode.
User interface (UI) of Radio mode
When the unit is switched to Radio mode, the following user interface will be displayed on the display:
1.
Band indicator. Shows which band the radio is tuned
to.
2. Preset number indicator. Shows what preset has been
selected.
3. Frequency indicator. Shows which frequency the
tuner is tuned to.
4. SEEK+/SEEK-. Briefly press to tune by the
presettable range, hold and press to tune
automatically.
5. VOL+/VOL- . To increase or decrease the volume.
6. BAND. To select bands.
7. AMS. Briefly press to scan the current station, hold and press to tune automatically.
8. MENU. Press to set the main menu.
9. SRC. Press to select the signal source.
10. The 6 stations of the current band. Briefly press to select station, press and hold to save the current station
to one of the 6 stations.
11. RDS. Press it to enter RDS SETUP.
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Band selection
Press the BND/TITLE button on the RC or on the touch screen to switch to the bands in the following order:
FM1 - FM2 - FM3 - AM1 - AM2 (for two bands); FM1 - FM2 - FM3 - MW - LW (for three bands).
Manual/automatic tuning
Manual tuning: Press / buttons on the RC repeatedly to select a station upward or downward step by
step.
Automatic tuning: Press and hold for more than 3 seconds / buttons on the RC or cursor buttons on
the head unit to start automatic seeking for an available radio station downward or upward. After being
found the station will be played.
DX/LOC Selector
During radio mode, press LOC/SUB-T button on the RC to select strong or weak station reception. LOC
appears on the display and only local stations are available. When you turn it off both distance and local
stations can be received.
Note: The function is invalid in AM tuning.
Selecting the Stored Station
During radio mode, press / buttons on the RC or correspondent cursor buttons on the unit to select the
stored station upward/downward.
MO/ST Selector
During radio mode, you can press ST/AUDIO button on the RC to select mono mode or stereo mode. Stereo
reception is on when MONO disappears on the display. It is switched to mono mode when MONO appears.
Note: The function is available only in FM tuning.
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Scanning/Memorizing Stations Automatically
During radio mode, you can press AMS/MENU button on the RC or AMS button on the monitor to scan each
stored station for 5 seconds respectively which stored with number buttons (1 – 6).
You can press the corresponding Number Buttons, AMS/MENU button on the RC or AMS button on the
monitor when your desired station is on. And it starts playing that station.
When you press and hold AMS/MENU button on the RC or AMS button on the monitor for more than 2
seconds, it will activate automatically memory-storing function. The tuner automatically selects a station and
stores it by any one of the number buttons (1 – 6).
To store the station press and hold number button for more than 2 seconds when listening.
Note: The unit can be stored up to 6 stations for each band.
On Screen Display
During radio mode, keep pressing OSD button on the RC to display the current mode.
Goto FREQ
Press GOTO button, and the monitor shows FREQ. Then press number buttons to input the valid frequency.
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RDS Setup
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9.
10.
AF. Press it to activate AF function.
. Press it to activate TA function.
/ . Press it to select PTY code.
PTY. Press it to activate PTY function.
During PTY ON, press this button to search the playing track type.
Displays the RADIO TEXT of the RDS station.
PS: Display the current RDS station programs information.
SEEK+/SEEK- . Press it to tune automatically.
PREV. Press it to turn to “listening to the radio”.
EQ. Press it to select the corresponding preset modes to adjust the
sound quality.
11. LOUD. Press it to activate the LOUD function.
Alternative Frequencies
Briefly press AF/EQ button to activate the auto searching station function. When AF is on, the RDS signal is
week or there is no it at all, it will be found in the presetted frequencies and the whole bands.
Traffic Alarm
Briefly press TA/LOUD button activate the traffic alarm function. When AF is on, the TA displays on TFT, or
else, if there is no TP information, the mode will search TP station automatically.
The TA is green when it is played by a station, if not, it is white. When TA is playing, the volume will be
adjusted to a TA level automatically. When other modes are activated (such as DVD, AUX), if a TA program is
played the mode will skip to the RDS mode automatically. It will resume to the primary mode after the TA is
over.
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Program Type
Briefly press PTY/ANGLE button on the RC or PTY button on the monitor to activate PTY function.
When PTY is on, PTY ON appears on the monitor, you can press UP/DOWN to select the program type, and
then press
PTY CODE to search the special program. And the monitor displays PTY SEARCH. If PTY is off, PTY OFF
appears on the monitor, the searching is stopped.
Note: RDS service availability varies with areas. Please understand if RDS service is not available in you area,
the following service is not available, either. To activate this function enter RDS Menu by pressing TA/LOUD
button on the RC.
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Disc operations
Discs for playback
This unit can play disc types: DVD/DVD±R/DVD±RW/CD/CD-R/CD-RW.
Compatible with formats: DVD/SVCD/VCD/MP3/WMA/HDCD/CDDA/MPEG4 (DivX)/PictureCD/JPEG.
The following file types are supported:
Audio files: MP3 (*.mp3)
WMA (*.wma)
Video files: MP4 (*.avi, DIVX3.11/4.0/5.0/6.0 and XVID)
MPEG 2(*.vob)
MPEG 1(*.dat)
Picture file: JPEG (*.jpg)
ISO 9660 or ISO 9660 +Joliet format - Max. 30 characters
Max. Track number is 448
Max. nested directory is 8 levels
The max. album number is 99
The max. length of each track is 99 minutes 59 seconds
Supported sampling frequency for MP3 disc: 8 KHz – 48 KHz (44.1 KHz preferably)
Supported bit-rates of MP3 disc are: 32 - 320 kbps (128 kbps preferably).
Following formats are NOT supported *.ACC, *.DLF, *.M3U, *.PLS, MP3 PRO, files with DRM.
Open session discs are NOT supported.
Note: Before performing any disc operations turn on the power of the unit.
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DVD operations
Glossary
PBC (Play Back Control)
Play Back Control is a menu recorded on the disc with SVCD or VCD2.0 format. For the discs contained PBC,
it can playback interactive software with the menu displayed on TV. And if the disc contains still images, it can
playback high definition of still image.
Title
The title is the important part of DVD disc. The memory volume of the disc is rather big, that makes possible to
record several films on one disc. For example, if a disc contains three films, they may be divided into Title 1,
Title 2 and Title 3. You can easy use the functions of looking-for.
Chapter
A title can be divided into several blocks, so that every block can be operated as a unit, the unit is called
chapter. The chapter contains a unit at least.
Track
It is the biggest component of VCD. Generally, every song of karaoke disc is a track.
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Playing a DVD
Insert a DVD disc into the disc slot, the unit will automatically switch on, if a DVD disc is loaded, press
ENTER button to start the playback. To eject a DVD press EJECT button on the unit, on the RC.
Touch the screen at any place when DVD mode is on and the monitor will display the menu as follows:
Along with buttons of the RC and the unit you can use touch buttons of this
menu to perform some of the following operations.
Stop the playback
Press STOP button, then press ENTER or PAUSE button on the RC or on the monitor to resume playing.
Previous/next track
Press / buttons on the RC or on the monitor,
track.
/
Fast rewind/forward
Press / buttons on RC or on the monitor,
forward.
cursor buttons on the unit to perform fast rewind or fast
/
cursor buttons on the unit to play the previous/next
Number Buttons
Press one of the number buttons (0-9) to select a track, it will be played automatically.
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Repeat Playing
Press RPT button on the RC to perform replaying function as followings:
System Switch
During playback mode, Press P/N button on the RC to set the TV standard to PAL or NTSC or AUTO system.
Slow motion playback
Press
button to slow forward or slow backward.
Changing the size of the picture
Press ZOOM button to increase the picture in size. Each pressing increases the size until the maximum size is
reached.
On Screen Display
Briefly press OSD button and the display will show:
Title elapsed => Title remain => Chapter elapsed => Chapter remain => Display off =>.
Press and hold OSD button to display the current setup.
DVD Playback Setting
Press GOTO button to set the playing time: title/chapter/audio/subtitle/angle/tt time/ch time/repeat/time disp.
Press / buttons to select the options, press ENTER to set the status. Then press Number Buttons or /
buttons to set the current status. Press GOTO button to exit.
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Changing the viewing angle (Multi-angle)
With DVDs featuring multi-angle (scenes shot from multiple angles) recordings, you can press PTY/ANGLE
button to switch among viewing angles during playback.
Notes:
The
mark on a DVD's package indicates that it supports multi-angle scenes.
Number 3 in the mark indicates the number of angles from which scenes were shot.
The function is invalid if ANGLE button is pressed during fast forward/reverse or pause.
Changing audio language (Multi-audio)
DVDs can support audio playback with different language. Press ST/AUDIO button to switch between
language and audio systems during playback.
For example: AUDIO 1 => AUDIO 2 => AUDIO 3.
Note: This function is only valid with DVDs featuring multi-audio recordings.
Changing the subtitle language (Multi-subtitle)
If your DVD supports multi-subtitle recordings press LOC/SUB-T during playback to switch between subtitle
languages.
For example: Subtitles 1 — Subtitles 2 — Subtitles OFF
Note: This function is only valid with DVDs featuring multi-subtitle recordings.
MENU function
1.
Press AMS/MENU button to enter the root menu, all of the chapters will appear on the TFT. You can
press ENTER button or number buttons to select your desired chapter.
2.
Press BND/TITLE button to enter the title menu, all of the titles will appear on the TFT. You can press
ENTER button or number buttons to select your desired title.
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DVD Setup menu
1. Press SETUP button on the RC to enter the setup menu.
2. Use the / buttons to choose the setup page: General page, Dolby Digital setup, Preference page, Exit.
3. Press the
button to enter the setup page selected.
4.
Use / buttons to select the option you want to adjust.
5.
Press
button to enter the adjustment list. Use the / buttons to select the adjustment and press
ENTER button or MENU button on the unit to confirm.
6. To return to setup page list press the
button in the options list.
7. Press SETUP button again to quit the setup page.
General setup page
TV DISPLAY
Normal/PS: When the unit connects to the normal TV set, the wide-screen
image shows on the full screen, but some part is cut off (4:3).
Normal/LB: When the unit connects to the normal TV set, the wide-screen
image shows and black bars appear on the top and bottom of screen (4:3).
Wide: Use this item when the unit is connected with the wide screen (16:9) TV set.
ANGLE MARK
It will show the angle mark when playing DVD disc with multi-angle view if selecting On.
OSD LANG
Select on-screen display language.
CAPTIONS
This function doesn't work when the disc without caption. The default setup is On.
SCREEN SAVER
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If the Screen saver is set On and the unit is switched on without a disc playing for 3 minutes, a moving picture
appears on the TFT.
Dolby digital setup
DUAL MONO
Choose the mode of the audio output:
Stereo: choose this setting, when 5.1-channel sound playing, two channels of
signals will be output from the left and right soundtrack; when 2-channel sound
playing, stereo signal will be output.
L. Mono: the signal will be output from the left speaker.
R. Mono: the signal will be output from the right speaker.
Mix-mono: the signal from one channel will be output from left and right speakers.
DYNAMIC
If adjusting to FULL, the audio signal peak value will be the minimum. While adjusting to OFF - maximum.
Use the / button to move the scroll and adjust the dynamic range.
Preference setup
TV TYPE
This unit is suitable for all kinds of TV systems. You can select one of the PAL,
NTSC or AUTO.
Auto: the TV system is auto switched according to the disc system.
NTSC: this system is used in USA, Taiwan, Japan etc.
PAL: this system is used in China, Europe, Hong Kong etc.
AUDIO, SUBTITLE, DISC MENU
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Set the desired languages for all the settings. If a setting is supported by disc content, it will work. Otherwise
the disc default value works. You also can press the ST/AUDIO button on the RC to select the audio language.
Press the LOC/SUB-T button on the RC to select the subtitle language.
PARENTAL
The control level is for parental to control playing content and protect your children from violence and erotic.
The disc, the level of which is higher than the setting level can not be played.
Set the control level:
(1) with the least limits when playing.
(8) with the most limits when playing.
Original setting: OFF.
Note: The rating can be selected only under the Password unlocked status, and the limits can be worked only
under the password locked status.
PASSWORD
The password option is initialized as locked, and you cannot set the ratings limit
or change the password. In order to make the Parental feature works, the
password mode must be turned on. If you want to set the ratings limit, you will
need to enter the default password, which is 8888, then press ENTER to confirm.
To change the password, enter the Password change submenu. Use the cursor
buttons to select the desired field. In the Old password field insert the old
password or 8888 (if you forget the old one). If you change the password, the
default password 8888 will be void.
In New password field insert the new password.
Insert it again in Confirm password field.
Press ENTER to save the new password.
DEFAULT
Reset to the initial factory setups.
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Exit
Select the Exit page to exit the Setup menu.
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VCD/CD operations
Along with buttons of the RC and the unit you can use touch buttons of this
menu to perform some of the following operations.
Playing a VCD/CD
Insert a VCD/CD disc into the disc slot, the unit will automatically switch on, if a disc is loaded, press
SOURCE button to start the playback.
To eject a VCD/CD press EJECT button.
Previous/next track
Press / buttons on the RC or on the monitor,
track.
/
cursor buttons on the unit to play the previous/next
Repeat Playing
Repeatedly press RPT button to perform replaying function, first press it to replay the current track, press it
again resume normal playback.
Playing Tracks at Random
Press RDM button on the RC to play any track at random under the directory which you select. Press it again to
return to normal playing.
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Number Buttons
Press one of number buttons (0-9) to play a track you want.
Stop Playback
Press STOP button, then press ENTER or PAUSE button on the RC or on the monitor to resume playing.
Pause the Playback
Press PAUSE button on the RC or on the monitor to switch between play and pause.
Fast rewind/forward
Press / buttons on RC or on the monitor,
forward.
/
cursor buttons on the unit to perform fast rewind or fast
System Switch
Press P/N button on the RC to set the TV standard to PAL or NTSC or AUTO system.
Slow motion playback
Press
button to slow the playback.
Changing the size of the picture
Press ZOOM button to increase the picture in size. Each pressing increases the size until the maximum size is
reached.
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On Screen Display
Briefly press OSD button and the display will show:
Single elapsed => Single remain => Total elapsed => Total remain => OFF.
Press and hold OSD button on the RC to display the current setup.
Setting the Playback Time
During CD playback, press GOTO button, there will be track : — : — on the display.
Enter your desired track for playback using number buttons.
Press
cursor button, disk time appears on the TFT, also enter your desired time of the playback using number
buttons.
During VCD mode, press
cursor button to set the playing time: track/disc time/track time/repeat/time disp.
Press / cursor buttons to select the options, press ENTER to set the status. Then press number buttons or
/ cursor buttons to set the current status. Press GOTO to exit the menu.
Selecting Channel
Repeatedly press ST/AUDIO button to select the following channels:
PBC Selector
During VCD mode, press BND/TITLE button, the PBC playback starts and the menu of entire disc appears on
TFT. And then you can select your desired track using cursor or number buttons. When a track is playing, you
can press SEL/MENU button on the unit to return to the video file menu, if you would like to select others. To
cancel PBC playing, press BND/TITLE button again.
Note: This function is only available if discs support PBC version 2.0 or above.
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Program Playing
During VCD/CD mode, press PROG button, the monitor displays the program menu. Press number buttons to
select the track number and then press cursor buttons to move the cursor to START, press ENTER button to
start program playing; move the cursor to EXIT and press ENTER button to exit the program playing. Move the
cursor to
and press ENTER button to go to the last page; move the cursor to
and press ENTER button to
go to the next page. During this process, press STOP button or press PROG button to cancel the program
playing.
Notes on creating your own CD-R or CD-RW containing MP3 files:
To enjoy high quality sound, we recommend converting to MP3 files with a sampling frequency of 44.1
kHz and a fixed bit rate o f 128 kbps.
DO NOT store more than 448 MP3 files per disc.
For ISO 9660 - compliant format, the maximum allowable depth of nested folders is 8, including the root
directory (folder).
When CD-R disc is used, playback is possible only for discs, which have been finalized.
Make sure that when MP3 CD-R or CD-RW is burned that it is formatted as a data disc and NOT as an
audio disc.
You should not write non-MP3 files or unneeded folders along with MP3 files on the disc otherwise it
takes a long time until the unit starts to play MP3 files.
With some CD-R or CD-RW media, data may not be properly written depending on its manufacturing
quality. In this case, data may not be reproduced correctly. High quality CD-R or CD-RW disc is
recommended.
Up to 16 characters are displayed for the name of an Album or a Track. ID3TAG version 1.x is required.
Note that the unit may not play Tracks in the order that you wrote them to the disc.
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MP4 Disc operations
Playing tracks
Insert an MP4 (AVI, MPEG4) disc into the disc slot, the unit will automatically switch on, if a disc is loaded,
press SOURCE button to start the playback.
Number buttons
You can select any tracks directly using number buttons (0-9). The track you selected will be played
automatically.
Stop the playback
During MP4 (AVI, MPEG4) playback, press STOP button to pause playing, then press PAUSE button to play
from the beginning of the disc.
Playing tracks at random
Press RDM button on the RC to play any track at random under the directory, which you select. Press it again
to return to normal playing.
Pause the Playback
During MP4 (AVI, MPEG4) playback, press PAUSE button to suspend the playback. Press it again to resume
the normal playback.
Repeat Playing
During MP4 (AVI, MPEG4) playback, press RPT button to choose replaying function, first press it to replay
the current track, press it again to cancel this function.
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On Screen Display
Briefly press OSD button the display shows:
Press and hold OSD button on the RC to display the current setup.
Setting the Playback Time
Press GOTO button, and the monitor will show: —-:-—,enter your desired time of the playback using number
buttons. and press ENTER to set the status. Press GOTO button one more time, and the monitor will show: -—
:—-:—-, enter your desired time, then press ENTER.
Previous/next track
Press /
buttons on the RC or on the monitor,
track.
Fast rewind/forward
Press / buttons on RC or on the monitor,
forward.
/
/
cursor buttons on the unit to play the previous/next
cursor buttons on the unit to perform fast rewind or fast
Changing the size of the picture
Press ZOOM button to increase the picture in size. Each pressing increases the size until the maximum size is
reached.
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MP3/SD operations
Along with buttons of the RC and the unit you can use touch buttons of this
menu to perform some of the following operations.
Playing an MP3/SD
Insert an MP3 disc into the disc slot, the unit will automatically switch on, if an MP3 disc is loaded, press
SOURCE to start the playback. During MP3/SD playback, the track information displays on TFT. When
playing a disc included PIC file or SD card, press STOP button, then press / to select the option.
Note: Press EJECT button to eject the disc. During other mode insert the SD card and its contents will be
played.
Previous/next track
Press / buttons on the RC or on the unit to play the previous/next track.
Repeat Playing
Press RPT button to replay the current track, press it again to resume the normal playback.
Number buttons
Press one of number buttons (0-9) to select a track you want.
Stop Playing
Press STOP button to stop the playback.
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Selecting the MP3/SD Track
Press GOTO button and the monitor will show: ---. Then press Number Buttons to enter the Mp3 track number
and press then ENTER button to play; secondly press GOTO button, and the monitor will shows: --:--, now
enter the desired number to play the current track at this point. If there are some mistakes, press CLEAR button
to clear them.
Pause the Playback
During M 3 playback, press PAUSE button to switch between play and pause.
Fast rewind/forward
Press / buttons on RC or
/
cursor buttons on the unit to perform fast rewind or fast forward.
Playing tracks at random
Press RDM button on the RC to play any track at random under the directory, which you select. Press it again
to return to normal playing.
Eject the SD card
Push SD card to exit it.
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MP3 overview
MP3 is short for MPEG Audio Layer 3 and refers to an audio compression technology standard.
This product allows playback of MP3 files on DVD-R/-RW, DVD+R/+RW, CD-ROM, CD-R/-RW discs.
The unit can read MP3 files written in the format compliant with ISO 9660. However it does not support
the MP3 data written by the method of packet write.
The unit can not read an MP3 file that has a file extension other than “.mp3”.
If you play a non- MP3 file that has the “.mp3” extension, you may hear some noise.
In this manual, we refer to what are called “MP3 file” and “folder” in PC terminology as “track” and
“album”, respectively.
Maximum number of directory level is 8, including the root directory. Maximum number of files and
folders per disc is 448.
The unit may not play tracks in the order of Track numbers.
The unit plays only the audio tracks if a disc contains both audio tracks and MP3 files.
When playing a disc of 8 kbps or “VBR”, the elapsed playing time in the display window will not be
correct and also the intro play may not function properly. “VBR”: Variable Bit Rate.
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AUX/TV operations (optional)
Press SRC button to switch to AUX mode.
Along with buttons of the RC and the unit you can use touch
buttons of this menu to perform some of the following operations.
TV touch screen menu
Press SRC button to switch to the TV mode.
1. Station selector. To select 1 to 10 stations, touch the number in
the monitor to select 1-9 stations directly. Press -- at first, then
press the corresponding number button to select more than 1030.
2. CH-/CH+ . To select the station upward or downward by steps.
3. VOL+/VOL- . To regulate the volume.
4. STEP. To adjust clearer image.
5. ANT. Press it to select the left or right antenna.
6. SETUP. The following menu:
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You can adjust the following items:
SOUND: M/N, B/G, D/K.
BAND: V-l, V-H, UHF
MODE: SECAM/NTSC/PAL
7. Mode selector
8. Preset stations. To show all of stations in item 1.
9. Frequency. To show the TV frequency.
TV Station Selection
Press number buttons or / buttons on the RC to select the TV stations, press 1 to 9 number buttons to select
the stations directly; press GOTO button to select more than 10 stations, then press the corresponding number.
Frequency Searching
Keep pressing / buttons on the RC or
downwards.
/
cursor buttons on the unit to select the frequency upwards and
Seek station automatically
Press AMS/MENU button to seek stations automatically.
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GPS operations
Press and hold the REL/NAV button on the unit to activate the GPS function.
For details of operating the in-built GPS navigation system see the Navigation System User’s Manual (in
Russian only) included in the accessories package.
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Handling and cleaning discs
Dirty, scratched or warped discs may cause skip ping or noise.
Handle the disc only by the edges. To keep clean do not touch its surface.
Discs should be stored in their cases after use to avoid scratches.
Do not expose discs to direct sunlight, high humidity, high temperature or dust.
Prolonged exposure to extreme temperature can wrap the disc (such as leaving the discs in your car during
summertime).
Do not stick or write anything on either side of disc. Sharp writing instruments, or the inks used in some
felt-tip pens, may damage its surface.
Do not touch the unlabeled side. Do not attach any seal, label or data protection sheet to either side of a
disc.
Cleaning
Cleaning the cabinet
Wipe with a soft cloth. If the cabinet is very dampen (not dropping wet) the cloth with a weak solution of soapy
water, and then wipe clean.
Cleaning discs
Fingerprints should be carefully wiped from the surface of disc with a soft cloth. Unlike conventional records,
compact discs have no grooves to collect dust and macroscopic dirt, so gently wiping them with a soft cloth
should remove must panicles. Wipe in a straight motion from the center to the edge.
Never use thinner benzine, record cleaner or anti static spray on a compact disc. Such chemicals can damage its
plastic surface.
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Troubleshooting guide
Solution
If the power supply is properly
connected to the car accessory switch
the ignition key to “ACC”.
Replace the fuse.
The fuse is blown.
Disc cannot be loaded.
Presence of disc inside the player.
Remove the disc in the player then put a
new upward.
Insert the compact disc with the label
Disc cannot be read.
Inserting the disc in upside down.
Compact disc is extremely dirty or facing upward.
Clean the disc or try to play a new one.
defective.
Temperature inside the car is too Cool off until the ambient temperature
returns to normal.
high.
No sound.
Volume is in minimum.
Adjust volume to a desired level.
Wiring is not properly connected.
Check wiring connection.
The operation buttons do not The built-in microcomputer is not Press the RESET button.
Reinstall the front panel.
work.
operating properly due to noise.
Front panel is not properly fix into
its place.
Sound skips.
The disc is extremely dirty or Clean the compact disc/try to play a new
defective.
one.
The antenna cable is not Insert the antenna cable firmly.
The radio does not work.
Select a station manually.
The radio station automatic connected.
The signals are too weak.
selection does not work.
Symptom
No power.
Cause
The car ignition is not on.
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Specification
DVD/CD/MP3 RECEIVER
General
Power supply:
12 V DC
Maximum power output: 50 W x 4 channels
Compatible disk types:
DVD/DVD±R/DVD±RW/CD/CD-R/CD-RW
Compatible formats:
DVD/SVCD/VCD/MP3/WMA/HDCD/CDDA/MPEG4(DivX)/Picture-CD/JPEG
Dimensions/weight:
D x W x H: 172 x 178 x 100 mm / 3.5 kg
ESP function:
40 sec. for Audio CD, 120 sec. for MP3
TFT display
Screen size:
6.5 inches
Resolution:
480 x 234
Aspect ratio:
16:9
Contrast ratio:
300:1
Brightness:
350 cd/m2
Color system
PAL/AUTO/NTSC
FM Stereo Radio
Frequency range:
65.0 – 74.0/87.5 – 108.0 MHz
Usable sensitivity:
10 dB V
Preset memory stations:
18
AM section
Frequency range:
522 kHz - 1620 kHz
Preset memory stations:
12
TV Tuner
Signal System
SECAM/NTSC/PAL
Tuning Range
48.25 – 863.25 (MHz)
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GPS
TEMP
Satellite Acquisition Sensitivity
Cold Start Time
Warm Start Time
Hot Start
1st Positioning Time
Signal Format
Language of map
MAP Display
Voice
Navigation Software
Processor
OS
Antenna
GPS Module
SDRAM
Flash ROM
Slot Input Method
25 °
-149dBm
<60S (Open sky)
<35S (Open sky)
<10S (Open sky)
<100s (Open sky)
NMEA0183 format output signal
Russian
2D and 3D Display
Voice Prompt
Gate5
SAMSUNG 2SC2440A-40Arm9 400Mhz with DSP
Microsoft Windows CE.NET 4.2 CORE (or 5.0)
External Active Antenna
Build-in SIRF3 GPS RF Module Used (20ch)
64MB(100Mhz)
64MB NAND Flash ROM
SD Card
Specifications are subject to change without notice. Mass and dimensions are approximate.
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SEL/MENU
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MUTE
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4.
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VOLUME+/ VOLUME.
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7.
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RESET.
TFT
AF/EQ
SEL.
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9.
10.
TA/BAND
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REL/NAV
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11.
12.
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/ / / /
ANGLE+/ANGLE-
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EJECT.
SD
GPS.
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14.
15.
16.
REL.
SD
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SD
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(
AF/EQ
SOURCE
GOTO
BND/TITLE
AMS/MENU
LOC/SUB-T
ST/AUDIO
OSD
PTY/ANGLE
SLOW
ZOOM
PROG
P/N
VOL +/ VOLMUTE
TA/LOUD
EJECT
0-9 NUMBER
CLEAR
ENTER /
/ / / / /
FAST FORWARD / /
PREVIOUS/NEXT
21.
SETUP
)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
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14.
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20.
FAST REWIND/
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23.
24.
25.
26.
PAUSE
STOP
RPT
RDM
SEL
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2.
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(CR 2025 3V),
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RESET
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RESET
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SOURCE
SRC/PWR
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2
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SEL
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: BALAN => FADE => BASS => TREBL => VOLUME.
VOL+/VOL-
,
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,
AF/EQ.
: POP –
AF/EQ
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CLAS – ROCK – EQ OFF.
– OFF.
VOL+/VOL.
(LOUD)
TA/LOUD
,
.
LOUD.
,
EJECT
.
,
.
REL
,
.
.
ANGLE+/-
.
MUTE
.
.
MUTE.
REL
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.
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SD
REL
,
,
,
,
SD
.
CLEAR
SOURCE
,
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SRC/PWR
.
,
,
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:
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,
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SETUP
SEL/MENU
MENU
,
.
: AUDIO, VIDEO,
SOURCE, SYSTEM, EXIT.
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AUDIO (
)
AUDIO
,
), BALANCE (
TREBLE (
VOLUME
)
), FAD, BASS (
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FAD
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,
EXIT,
FAD,
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:
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VIDEO (
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CONTRAST (
BRIGHT (
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), COLOR (
), TINT (
PICTURE (
).
3. SOURCE (
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TV, CDC, GPS
ON (
)
OFF (
OFF
:
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)
AUX
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4. SYSTEM (
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CLOCK SYS, KEY
BEEP, MONI FLEX, REVER POLA, SUBWOOFER, AMS FULLUP,
LOCAL AREA, LOCAL, GOTO FREQ, RT SCROLL, TA VOLUME,
REGION, ADJ SCREEN CLOCK ADJ.
:
.
CLOCK SYS (
)
CLOCK SYSTEM
.
KEY BEEP (
12-
24-
)
;
,
ON (
)
OFF (
);
- ON,
.
MONI FLEX -
(
)
.
MANUAL (
)
AUTO (
).
– AUTO;
.
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REVER POLA (
)
.
BATTERY
+12 V,
GROUND
SUBWOOFER (
.
0 V,
.
)
ON
AMS (
;
- ON.
OFF;
AMS)
AMS.
,
ON (
.
)
OFF (
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LOCAL AREA (
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EUROPE, USA
OIRT
LOCAL (
,
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)
;
;
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GOTO FREQ (
ON (
)
),
GOTO
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ON ( )
OFF (
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RT Scroll (
RT)
: SLOW (
TA Volume (
), NORMAL (
FAST (
).
)
: LOW (
Region (
)
), NORMAL (
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HIGH (
).
)
AF,
ADJ SCREEN (
ON (
).
)
ADJ SCREEN
.
: please press the button («
1,
.(
3
2.
4
).
SAVE.
CLOCK ADJ (
,
)
CLOCK ADJ
.
70
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2,
SRC/PWR
SOURCE
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1.
:
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2.
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3.
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,
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4. SEEK+/SEEK-.
;
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5. VOL+/VOL-.
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6. BAND.
7. AMS.
.
8. MENU.
9. SRC.
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;
,
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.
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10. 6
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11. RDS.
,
6
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RDS SETUP.
,
;
,
.
BND/TITLE
: FM1 - FM2 - FM3 - AM1 - AM2 (
).
FM1 - FM2 - FM3 - MW - LW (
:
);
/
.
:
/
3
/
,
,
.
DX/LOC
LOC/SUB-T
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,
LOC;
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,
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AM.
,
/
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ST/AUDIO
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MONO.
.
:
FM.
AMS/MENU
5
AMS
;
,
(1 – 6).
,
,
AMS/MENU
.
2
AMS
.
AMS
AMS/MENU
.
,
(1 – 6).
2
.
:
6
.
OSD
DISP
.
GOTO,
FREQ.
.
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RDS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
AF –
–
/ –
PTY –
AF.
TA.
PTY.
PTY.
PTY
.
RDS.
6.
7.
8.
PS –
SEEK+/SEEK- .
9. PREV –
10. EQ –
,
.
11. LOUD –
RDS.
.
,
LOUD.
AF/EQ
RDS
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AF
;
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Traffic Alarm
TA/LOUD
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TP.
Traffic alarm.
,
TP
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AF, «TA»
«TA»
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TA
,
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(
., DVD, AUX),
RDS.
.
PTY/ANGLE
PTY,
PTY
UP/DOWN
PTY ON;
PTY CODE
PTY SEARCH.
PTY
.
.
RDS
.
,
.
PTY OFF,
:
RDS
RDS
TA/LOUD
.
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TA,
,
PTY.
,
,
:
DVD/DVD±R/DVD±RW/CD/CD-R/CD-RW.
: DVD/SVCD/VCD/MP3/WMA/HDCD/CDDA/MPEG4(DivX)/PictureCD/JPEG.
:
: MP3 (*.mp3)
WMA (*.wma)
: MP4 (*.avi, DIVX3.11/4.0/5.0/6.0 and XVID)
MPEG 2(*.vob)
MPEG 1(*.dat)
: JPEG (*.jpg)
ISO 9660
ISO 9660 +
Joliet 30
.
– 448.
-8
.
– 99.
- 99
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MP3
:
8
48
(
44,1
).
P3
: 32 - 320
(
128
).
: *.ACC, *.DLF, *.M3U, *.PLS, MP3 PRO,
DRM.
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:
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DVD
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PBC
SVCD
VCD
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DVD-
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DVD-
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SVCD, VCD
.
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CD.
DVD
DVD
,
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ENTER
DVD
EJECT
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.
DVD
STOP.
ENTER
.
DVD
/
/
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/
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/
.
:
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PAUSE
(0-9)
;
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RPT
;
:
P/N
,
PAL, NTSC
AUTO.
:
DVD
ZOOM
.
:
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OSD
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:
=>
=>
OSD
=>
=>
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.
DVD
GOTO,
:
./
ENTER
,
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.
/
.
/
.
GOTO.
(
Multi-angle)
multi-angle (
DVD
),
ANGLE
.
:
multi-angle.
DVD
,
3
,
,
.
ANGLE
.
(
Multi-audio)
DVD
AUDIO
AUDIO 1 => AUDIO 2 => AUDIO 3.
.
.
80
:
,
(
multi-audio.
Multi-subtitle)
DVD
,
SUB-T
.
: Subtitles 1 — Subtitles 2 — Subtitles OFF
:
,
1.
MENU
DVD
multi-subtitle.
AMS/MENU,
.
;
ENTER
.
2.
DVD
.
BAND/TITLE,
ENTER
.
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DVD
1.
2.
SETUP
/
,
:
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3.
4.
5.
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,
DOLBY,
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/
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/
ENTER
6.
7.
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SETUP
.
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,
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4:3 LB:
,
,
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DVD
–
.
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DVD
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FULL
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PAL:
NTSC:
:
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,
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,
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,
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LOC/SUB-T
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ST/AUDIO
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