Directed Electronics N82900 Car Video System User Manual

OWNER’S GUIDE
INSTALLATION GUIDE
9” (16:9) Widescreen
Overhead Video
Monitor
MODEL OHD 900
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NON-TRANSFERABLE LIMITED CONSUMER WARRANTY
Directed Electronics, Inc. (Directed) promises to the original purchaser that the automotive video monitor
and/or source unit(s) (the Product), excluding accessories, purchased and installed from a Directed authorized dealer within the ninety (90) days after purchase of the new vehicle, in which the Product is installed, is
free from defects in materials or workmanship under normal use and conditions for a period of three (3) years
from date of purchase or the first 36,000 miles as registered on the new vehicle's odometer reading at time
of delivery of the Product for warranty service, whichever occurs first. Product purchased or installed more
than ninety (90) days after the new vehicle is purchased are warranted for a period of one (1) year from date
of purchase of the Product.
Directed promises to the original purchaser that all video accessories will be free from defects in materials
and workmanship under normal use and condition for a period of ninety (90) days after the date of purchase.
A sales receipt and/or warranty registration card is required to provide proof of date of purchase of the Product
or accessories.
Should the Product be determined defective during the applicable warranty period, the Product will be
repaired or replaced with a new or comparable reconditioned part(s), at Directed's option. To obtain warranty service, the Product must be returned to a Directed authorized dealer along with proof of purchase and
installation.
Note: This warranty does not cover labor costs for the removal and reinstallation of the Product. IN ORDER
FOR THIS WARRANTY TO BE VALID, YOUR PRODUCT MUST BE SHIPPED WITH PROOF OF PURCHASE AND INSTALLATION BY AN AUTHORIZED DIRECTED DEALER. ALL PRODUCTS RECEIVED BY
DIRECTED FOR WARRANTY REPAIR WITHOUT PROOF OF DIRECTED DEALER INSTALLATION WILL
BE DENIED.
This warranty is non-transferable and does not apply to any Product that has been modified or used in a manner contrary to its intended purpose, and does not cover damage to the Product caused by installation or
removal of the Product. This warranty is VOID if the product has been damaged by accident or unreasonable
use, negligence, acts of God, neglect, improper service or other causes not arising out of defect in materials
or construction. This warranty does not cover the elimination of externally generated static or noise, or the
correction of antenna problems or weak television reception, damage to tapes, video games, software, camcorders, discs, speakers, accessories or vehicle electrical systems, cosmetic damage or damage due to negligence, misuse, abuse, failure to follow operating instructions, accidental spills or customer applied cleaners,
damage due to environmental causes such as floods, airborne fallout, chemicals, salt, hail, windstorms, lightning or extreme temperatures, damage due to accidents, road hazards, fire, theft, loss or vandalism, damage
due to improper connection to equipment of another manufacturer, modification of existing equipment, use of
a faulty tape cartridge or cleaning of the VCR head, or Product which has been opened or tampered with for
any reason or which has been damaged due to alteration or service performed by anyone other than Directed
Electronics, Inc.
ALL WARRANTIES INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO EXPRESS WARRANTY, IMPLIED WARRANTY,
WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND WARRANTY OF
NON-INFRINGEMENT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ARE EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED TO THE MAXIMUM
EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW, AND DIRECTED NEITHER ASSUMES NOR AUTHORIZES ANY PERSON TO
ASSUME FOR IT ANY LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE OF THE PRODUCT. DIRECTED HAS
ABSOLUTELY NO LIABILITY FOR ANY AND ALL ACTS OF THIRD PARTIES INCLUDING ITS LICENSED
DEALERS OR INSTALLERS. IN NO EVENT WILL DIRECTED ELECTRONICS, INC. BE LIABLE FOR ANY
INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING LOSS OF PROFITS), BY PURCHASING THIS PRODUCT, THE CONSUMER AGREES AND CONSENTS THAT ALL DISPUTES
BETWEEN THE CONSUMER AND DIRECTED SHALL BE RESOLVED IN ACCORDANCE WITH CALIFORNIA LAWS IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA.
Some states do not allow limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts. In such states, the limitations or
exclusions of this Limited Warranty may not apply. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. In such states, the exclusion or limitation of this Limited Warranty may not
apply to you. This Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights which vary
from state to state.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. In such states,
the exclusion or limitations of this Limited Warranty may not apply to you. This Limited Warranty gives you
specific legal rights and you may have other rights which vary from state to state.
Table of Contents
Non-Transferable Limited Consumer Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Important Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
What is Included . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Important Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
FCC Notice ............................................................................................6
Your Warranty........................................................................................7
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Preliminary Preparations .........................................................................7
Electrical Connections ............................................................................7
Typical Wiring Diagram ...........................................................................9
OHV Monitor Controls and Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Battery Replacement ............................................................................12
Precautions .........................................................................................12
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Open—LCD Screen................................................................................12
Close—LCD Screen ...............................................................................12
Loading and Unloading Discs .................................................................13
Signal Source Selection.........................................................................13
ON/OFF Control ....................................................................................14
Function Mode (Menu) ..........................................................................14
Door Light On/Off ................................................................................14
Courtesy Light On/Off ...........................................................................15
DVD Playback ......................................................................................15
Audio CD Playback................................................................................16
Fast-Forward (DVD/MP3/CD) ..................................................................16
Fast-Reverse (DVD/MP3/CD)...................................................................16
DVD/MP3/CD Next Track ........................................................................16
DVD/MP3/CD Previous Track...................................................................17
DVD/MP3/CD Play/Pause .......................................................................17
DVD/MP3/CD Stop ................................................................................17
DVD/CD GOTO (Search) ..........................................................................18
Repeat Function...................................................................................18
DVD Angle ..........................................................................................18
Audio DVD ..........................................................................................19
DVD Subtitle .......................................................................................19
DVD Menu ...........................................................................................19
DVD Title ............................................................................................20
DVD Display ........................................................................................20
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DVD Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Setup Menu.........................................................................................21
General Setup ......................................................................................21
aUDIO Setup .......................................................................................22
PREFERENCES.......................................................................................22
Appendix A – Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Cleaning the LCD Screen .......................................................................24
cleaning the Enclosure:.........................................................................24
Appendix B – Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
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Important Notes
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Before operating your LCD Monitor system, please read these instructions carefully.
Retain this manual for future reference.
Do not remove any WARNING stickers on the unit.
Do not use any chemical solvent, cleaning agent or corrosive detergent to clean
away dirt on the surface of the screen. Doing so may cause irreversible damage to the surface of the LCD screen. To clean off dirt or fingerprints, it is recommended that a soft-damp lens-cleaning cloth be used.
Using spare parts from another manufacturer may cause permanent damage to
the unit.
Avoid installing the monitor screen in a position that is exposed to direct sunlight and hot air vents.
Install the unit in a dry location, avoid condensation.
Ensure that all wiring is properly connected before operating the unit.
Should the LCD panel break, avoid contact with the broken glass or fluid leaking
out from the enclosure. If you come into contact, flush and clean the affected
areas with plenty of water. Seek medical attention immediately.
When operating the monitor, avoid touching or pressing on the LCD screen.
Excessive force will damage the LCD screen.
When installing this unit in a vehicle, ensure that the installation and use of
this unit is in compliance with local vehicle rules and regulations.
Before replacing a blown fuse, turn the unit off and disconnect all power. Ensure
the replacement fuse is of the same rating (5A) of the fuse being replaced.
If during operation the unit overheats or malfunctions, turn off the power and
contact your dealer. Do NOT disassemble the unit, there are no user serviceable parts in the unit.
Ensure that no foreign objects are in the unit when the LCD screen is closed.
The battery (CR2025) in the remote control has a useful lifetime of approximately 6-months. To ensure proper and reliable operation, replace the battery
in a timely manner.
When the unit is used in conjunction with a radio/TV tuner, reception quality
will vary depending on the geographic location and weather conditions.
The rated operating temperature range of the unit is 32º–92º F. Cool or warm
the vehicle to within this temperature range prior to unit operation.
The picture viewing quality of this LCD is dependent on the installed location.
Adjust the brightness control and/or the angle of the screen to achieve the
optimum visual quality.
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What is Included
„ 9” Overhead Monitor/DVD Player
„ Hardware package
„ Trim Ring Adapter
„ 13-pin DIN source cable
„ AV Switch Box (AD-6874)
„ 3-pin, 3-wire cooling fan harness
„ Remote Control Unit/w battery
„ 4-pin, 3-wire power harness
„ Metal mounting plate
„ 5-pin 5-wire dome lights harness
Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of the world’s finest video entertainment system.
At Directed we are committed to bringing you the most technologically advanced
products available. We are pleased that you chose a Directed Video product.
Through years of critical testing and hand craftsmanship, we have created a wide
range of video entertainment products for your viewing pleasure.
This system incorporates the use of on screen display menu controls that allow you
to configure the system to suit your own personal preferences.
To view other great products from Directed Electronics, please visit the Directed
Video page at www.directed.com.
Important Information
FCC NOTICE
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this
device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesirable operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this device.
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YOUR WARRANTY
Your warranty registration must be completely filled out and returned within 10
days of purchase. Your product warranty will not be validated if your warranty registration is not returned. Make sure you receive the warranty registration from your
dealer. It is also necessary to keep your proof of purchase, which reflects that the
product was installed by an authorized dealer.
Installation
PRELIMINARY PREPARATIONS
NOTE: The unit should be installed by a qualified service technician. This unit is designed
to operate with a 12 VDC, negative ground battery system.
NOTE: Use only proper sized fasteners and cables during installation. Use of improper fasteners or cables can lead to mechanical failure of the unit or create a fire hazard.
1. Disconnect the ground wire from the battery terminal prior to connecting the
unit to the electrical system.
NOTE: Some vehicle radios have an anti-theft code system that will disable the radio if the
battery is disconnected. If this vehicle has such a radio, ensure you have the access
code to restore the radio to normal operation.
2. Pick a location to install the monitor where it will not obstruct the rear view
mirror or the air conditioning vents.
3. Do not install this unit at an angle exceeding 30 degrees.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Main Power Harness
Color
Black
Yellow
Red
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Description
Chassis ground
+12V Battery
+12V ACC
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Cooling Fan Harness
Note: This harness is provided on some of the units (the cooling fan is not installed on some
units).
Color
Black
Yellow
Red
Description
Chassis ground
+12V ACC
+12V ACC Battery
Courtesy Light Harness
Color
Black
Red
Gray
Purple
Yellow
Description
Chassis ground
+12V ACC
Door (negative trigger)
Door (positive trigger)
+12V Battery
Audio Connections
Color
Red IN 1 (RCA)
White IN 1 (RCA)
Red IN 2 (RCA)
White IN 2 (RCA)
Red OUT (RCA)
White OUT (RCA)
Description
Audio - #1 Right Input
Audio - #1 Left Input
Audio - #2 Right Input
Audio - #2 Left Input
Audio - Right Output
Audio - Left Output
Video Connections
Color
Yellow 1 (RCA)
Yellow 2 (RCA)
Yellow OUT (RCA)
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Description
Video - #1 Input
Video - #2 Input
Video - Output
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TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAM
RED (+ACC)
YELLOW (+ Battery)
BLACK (Ground)
3-Pin Cooling
Fan Harness
Note: This harness is provided
on some of the units (the cooling
fan is not installed on some units).
13-Pin DIN
Source Cable
AD-6874
4-Pin Power
Harness
RED (+ACC)
YELLOW (+ Battery)
BLACK (Ground)
Wireless Headphone
(Optional)
5-Pin Dome
Light Harness
RED (ACC)
YELLOW (Battery B+)
BLACK (GND)
PURPLE (Positive Trigger)
GRAY (Negative Trigger)
NOTE: The unit will automatically power off once the ACC is turned off (ignition key off).
Ensure that the RED (+ACC) wire of the 4-pin power harness is connected to ACC power.
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OHV Monitor Controls and Description
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2
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DISPLAY KEYS
1.
2.
3.
4.
LCD display
VIDEO Select Button ( )
UP/DOWN buttons (S/T)
VIDEO MENU button (
)
UNIT KEYS
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10
Door light On/Off button ((
Courtesy Light (
)
Remote IR sensor
IR transmitter (headphones)
Open button
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DVD KEYS
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) 16.
17.
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19.
PLAY/PAUSE button (
)
STOP button (
)
DVD MENU button (
)
AUDIO button (
)
LED Green (power status)
LEFT button ( < )
UP button ( ∧ )
ENTER button (ENT)
RIGHT button ( > )
DOWN button ( ∨ )
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Remote Control
NOTE: Ensure that the battery plastic protector has been removed from the remote control
battery holder prior to use.
POWER
MODE
MONITOR
1
2
SETUP
3
4
LEFT
5
VIDEO
MENU
DISPLAY
UP
RIGHT
TITLE
ENTER
6
PREV
DOWN
F.REV
PLAY/
PAUSE
NEXT
MENU
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8
9
F.FWD
STOP
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23
10
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
MUTE
REPEAT
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1/ALL
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
GOTO
ANGLE
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25
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POWER
UP (display)
DVD SETUP
UP cursor
LEFT cursor
ENTER
PREV (previous)
DOWN cursor
F. REV (fast reverse)
PLAY/PAUSE
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
1–0 (numeric buttons)
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MODE (AV1/AV2/DVD)
DOWN (display)
VIDEO MENU
DISPLAY (on screen)
TITLE
RIGHT cursor
MENU
NEXT
STOP
F.FWD (fast forward)
REPEAT (1/ALL)
MUTE
ANGLE
GO TO
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BATTERY REPLACEMENT
NOTE: Before using remote after installation, remove the battery plastic protective slip.
Remote Controller
+ side
Battery
Latch
Battery Holder
1. Move the small latch to the right and slide out the battery holder.
2. Remove old battery and replace it with a new battery (CR2025) with the positive “+” sign facing as
shown above.
3. Push battery holder back into its compartment until it is locked.
PRECAUTIONS
1. Properly dispose of used battery.
2. Do not misuse battery by shorting the positive “+” and negative “-” terminal or put it into fire.
Overheating may cause the battery to explode and cause a fire hazard.
3. If the remote is not to be used for a long period, remove the battery from the remote to prevent damage from battery leakage.
4. To avoid accidents, prevent children from playing with the battery.
Operation
OPEN—LCD SCREEN
To open the LCD screen press the OPEN/CLOSE button and carefully rotate the LCD
screen down to its operating position.
CLOSE—LCD SCREEN
To close the LCD screen rotate the LCD screen up to its stored position until you
hear the OPEN/CLOSE button click.
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LOADING AND UNLOADING DISCS
You can use single side and dual layer DVDs, VCDs, CD-audio and CD-R compatible
12cm discs with this system.
LOADING DISC
1. Press
at the upper right corner to open the door.
2. Load with the recorded side (the shiny side) facing up. With double-sided
discs, load with the side you want to watch facing up. Ensure that the disc is
seated properly before pushing the tray back into its locking position.
3. Push to close the door.
UNLOADING DISC
1. Press
at the upper right corner to open the door.
2. Remove the disc. (Avoid touching the recorded surface.)
3. Push to close the door, until you hear a click sound from the door mechanism.
SIGNAL SOURCE SELECTION
Select the input signal for viewing (AV1, AV2, or DVD) by momentarily pressing the
MODE button ( ) on the LCD screen or the MODE button on the remote.
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ON/OFF CONTROL
Press and hold the ( ) button on the LCD screen or momentarily press the POWER
button ( )on the remote.
FUNCTION MODE (MENU)
Press the MENU button (
) on the LCD screen or the VIDEO MENU button on the
remote to display the following setup options:
COLOR
BRIGHTNESS
DIMMER (on/off)
FORMAT (full, normal, and zoom)
RESET (restore factory default settings)
Use the MENU button (
) on the LCD screen or use the VIDEO MENU button on
the remote to scroll through the menu options. Once the desired setting is selected use the UP/DOWN (S/T) buttons on the LCD screen or the MONITOR (S/T)
buttons on the remote to change the setting. After 5-seconds of inactivity the
MENU screen will turn off.
DOOR LIGHT ON/OFF
Press this switch on the LCD screen to have the door open sensor operate the dome
lights.
NOTE: This feature is operational only if the Gray or Purple door lock trigger wires have been
connected to the door sensor.
The dome light selector switch contains two separate circuits. One for a positive
dome light trigger and one for a negative dome light trigger. Please refer to the
wiring table below for each of these triggers.
NEGATIVE DOME LIGHT TRIGGER
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WIRE COLOR
CONNECTION
Gray
Battery ground
Blue
Battery +12VDC
Orange
Battery +12VDC
Purple
Negative door trigger
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POSITIVE DOME LIGHT TRIGGER
WIRE COLOR
CONNECTION
Gray
Battery +12VDC
Blue
Battery ground
Orange
Battery ground
Purple
Positive door trigger
COURTESY LIGHT ON/OFF
Press the Courtesy light switch (
light.
) on the LCD screen to illuminate the dome
DVD PLAYBACK
1. Press the on/off power button
on the front control panel, or press the
button on the remote control to switch on the unit
2. Momentarily press the on/off power button
on the front control panel, or
press the
button on the remote control repeatedly until DVD mode is displayed.
3. Insert the disc into the DVD player as described earlier.
4. The disc will automatically start playing.
--- If the DVD does not come with a Menu/Title, the play will continue.
--- If the DVD comes with Menu/Title, Menu Options will be shown on the
screen.
Right/U
Up/D
Down (W/X/S/T) buttons above the LCD
--- Press the Left/R
screen, to select the chapter or topic for playing, then press the ENT
button to begin play.
OR
Right/U
Up/D
Down (W/X/S/T) buttons on the remote
--- Press the Left/R
↵) button
control, to select the chapter for playing, press the Enter (↵
on the remote to begin play.
--- If the message “NO DISC” is displayed on the screen, check the format
of the disc being used and ensure that the disc is being loaded with
the label facing you (see illustration above).
--- If the message “WRONG REGION” is display on the screen, it means
the player does not support the regional code for that DVD.
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AUDIO CD PLAYBACK
1. Press the on/off power button
on the front control panel, or press the
button on the remote control to switch on the unit
2. Momentarily press the on/off power button
on the front control panel, or
press the
button on the remote control repeatedly until DVD mode is displayed.
3. Insert the disc into the unit as described earlier.
4. Press the PLAY/PAUSE button (
) on either the panel above the LCD screen
or on the remote to start playing.
FAST-FORWARD (DVD/MP3/CD)
1. During play, press the F.FWD button
on the remote control.
2. For DVDs and MP3s, the LCD screen will display FF XX (FastForward Speed), and will increment up to a maximum of 8X fast
forward (2X, 4X, 6X, 8X) and then to normal play speed.
3. For CDs, the LCD screen will display FF XX (Fast-Forward Speed),
and will increment up to a maximum of 4X fast forward (1X, 2X,
3X, 4X) and then to normal play speed.
4. For DVDs, MP3s and CDs press play/pause (X/) from any fast
forward speed to resume normal play speed.
POWER
MODE
MONITOR
SETUP
VIDEO
MENU
DISPLAY
UP
LEFT
RIGHT
TITLE
MENU
ENTER
PREV
DOWN
NEXT
F.REV
PLAY/
PAUSE
F.FWD
STOP
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
MUTE
REPEAT
1
2
3
5
6
9
0
F.Fwd
1/ALL
4
7
8
GOTO
ANGLE
FAST-REVERSE (DVD/MP3/CD)
1. During play, press the F. REV button
on the remote control.
2. For DVDs and MP3s, the LCD screen will display FR XX (FastForward Speed), and will increment up to a maximum of 8X fast
backward (2X, 4X, 6X, 8X) and then to normal play speed.
3. For CDs, the LCD screen will display FR XX (Fast-Forward Speed),
and will increment up to a maximum of 4X fast backward (1X,
2X, 3X, 4X) and then to normal play speed.
4. For DVDs, MP3s and CDs press play/pause (X/) from any fast
backward speed to resume normal play speed.
POWER
MODE
MONITOR
DISPLAY
SETUP
UP
LEFT
VIDEO
MENU
RIGHT
TITLE
MENU
ENTER
PREV
DOWN
NEXT
F.REV
PLAY/
PAUSE
F.FWD
STOP
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
MUTE
REPEAT
1
2
3
5
6
F.Rev
1/ALL
9
4
7
8
GOTO
ANGLE
0
DVD/MP3/CD NEXT TRACK
1. During play, press the next NEXT track
button on the remote control.
2. DVDs will jump to the the next track or chapter. The Title and
Chapter being played will display at the top of the LCD screen.
3. MP3s will jump to the the next track.
4. CDs will jump to the next track. The present track playing and
the total number of tracks on the CD is displayed at the top of
the LCD screen.
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POWER
MONITOR
LEFT
MODE
DISPLAY
SETUP
UP
VIDEO
MENU
RIGHT
TITLE
MENU
ENTER
PREV
DOWN
NEXT
F.REV
PLAY/
PAUSE
F.FWD
STOP
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
MUTE
REPEAT
1
2
3
5
6
Next
1/ALL
9
4
7
8
GOTO
ANGLE
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DVD/MP3/CD PREVIOUS TRACK
1. During play, press the previous PREV
button on the remote control.
2. DVDs will jump to the the previous track or chapter. The Title
and Chapter being played will display at the top of the LCD
screen.
3. MP3s will jump to the the previous track.
4. CDs will jump to the previous track. The present track playing
and the total number of tracks on the CD is displayed at the top
of the LCD screen.
POWER
MONITOR
SETUP
MODE
VIDEO
MENU
DISPLAY
UP
LEFT
RIGHT
TITLE
MENU
ENTER
PREV
DOWN
NEXT
F.REV
PLAY/
PAUSE
F.FWD
STOP
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
MUTE
REPEAT
1
2
3
5
6
Prev
1/ALL
9
4
7
8
GOTO
ANGLE
0
DVD/MP3/CD PLAY/PAUSE
1. During play, press the PLAY/PAUSE /X button on the remote
control to temporarily stop playback.
2. Press the PLAY/PAUSE /X button on the remote control to
resume playback.
POWER
MODE
MONITOR
DISPLAY
SETUP
UP
LEFT
VIDEO
MENU
RIGHT
TITLE
MENU
ENTER
Play/
Pause
PREV
DOWN
NEXT
F.REV
PLAY/
PAUSE
F.FWD
STOP
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
MUTE
REPEAT
1
2
3
5
6
9
0
1/ALL
4
7
8
GOTO
ANGLE
DVD/MP3/CD STOP
1. Press Stop „ button on the remote control to stop playback
when playing an Audio CD.
2. Press Stop „ button on the remote control when playing a DVD
will stop the DVD at the current location, a PRESS PLAY TO
CONTINUE message will display on the LCD screen. Press
PLAY/PAUSE X/ button to resume playback.
3. Press the Stop „ button twice will stop the playback. The next
time the PLAY/PAUSE X/ button is pressed the DVD will start
at the beginning.
POWER
MONITOR
LEFT
MODE
DISPLAY
SETUP
UP
VIDEO
MENU
RIGHT
TITLE
MENU
ENTER
PREV
DOWN
NEXT
F.REV
PLAY/
PAUSE
F.FWD
STOP
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
MUTE
REPEAT
Stop
1/ALL
1
2
5
6
9
3
4
7
8
GOTO
ANGLE
0
Note: Storage of the current location when stopped is not supported for MP3s or CDs.
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DVD/CD GOTO (SEARCH)
Note: GOTO is not supported for MP3s.
1. Allows going to a particular Time/Track/Chapter or Title.
2. Press the GOTO button on the remote control to go to a selected part of the DVD/CD.
POWER
MONITOR
SETUP
MODE
VIDEO
MENU
DISPLAY
UP
LEFT
RIGHT
TITLE
MENU
ENTER
PREV
DOWN
NEXT
F.REV
PLAY/
PAUSE
F.FWD
STOP
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
MUTE
REPEAT
1
2
3
5
6
1/ALL
(1)
TITLE xx/xx
CHAPTER xxx/xxx
9
(2)
TITLE xx/xx
4
7
8
GOTO
ANGLE
Goto
0
xx : xx : xx
3. Use the number keypad on the remote to enter the track, chapter, or time
information.
4. Press the ENTER button on the remote to go to the location selected.
REPEAT FUNCTION
1. For CDs, press the REPEAT 1/ALL button on the remote control
to have the current segment repeat. REP ONE, REP ALL, or
REPEAT OFF are selectable by multiple presses of the REPEAT
1/ALL button. Pressing the STOP „ button while playing will
cancel the REPEAT selection.
2. For MP3s, press the REPEAT 1/ALL button on the remote control
to have the repeat the current segment. REP ONE, FOLDER REP,
DISC, DISC REP, DISC SCAN, SINGLE, or FOLDER are selectable by
multiple presses of the REPEAT 1/ALL button.
3. For DVDs, press the REPEAT 1/ALL button on the remote control.
CHAPTER REPEAT ON, TITLE REPEAT ON, or REPEAT OFF are selectable by multiple presses of the REPEAT 1/ALL button. Pressing
the SEARCH button on the remote control and then the
Play/Pause X/ button repeats the selected part of the DVD or
when the selected part is finished it then repeats.
POWER
DISPLAY
UP
LEFT
MODE
MONITOR
SETUP
VIDEO
MENU
RIGHT
TITLE
MENU
ENTER
PREV
DOWN
NEXT
F.REV
PLAY/
PAUSE
F.FWD
STOP
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
MUTE
REPEAT
1
2
3
5
6
9
0
Repeat
1/ALL
4
7
8
GOTO
ANGLE
DVD ANGLE
Some DVDs support different viewing angles for the same scene. Press
the ANGLE button on the remote control to select a viewing angle.
POWER
LEFT
MODE
MONITOR
DISPLAY
SETUP
UP
VIDEO
MENU
RIGHT
TITLE
MENU
ENTER
The
X/Y will display, where X represents the current camera angle
being displayed, and Y represents the total available number of camera angles.
PREV
DOWN
NEXT
F.REV
PLAY/
PAUSE
F.FWD
STOP
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
MUTE
REPEAT
1
2
3
5
6
1/ALL
9
0
4
7
8
GOTO
ANGLE
Angle
NOTE: This function only works with DVDs that have different viewing
angles recorded.
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AUDIO DVD
NOTE: This feature only functions with DVDs that have multiple sound tracks.
1. During playing, press the AUDIO button
on the remote.
AUDIO X/X will display on the LCD screen. The first X represents
is the current sound track playing. The second X is the total
number of sound tracks available.
2. Continue to press the AUDIO button to advance to the other Audio
sound tracks.
POWER
LEFT
MODE
MONITOR
DISPLAY
SETUP
UP
VIDEO
MENU
RIGHT
TITLE
MENU
ENTER
PREV
DOWN
NEXT
F.REV
PLAY/
PAUSE
F.FWD
STOP
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
MUTE
REPEAT
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
GOTO
ANGLE
9
0
1/ALL
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DVD SUBTITLE
NOTE: This function can only be used on DVDs that come with multi-language support.
1. During playing, press the SUBTITLE button on the remote. SUBTITLE XX/XX will display on the LCD screen. The first XX represents is the current subtitle playing. The second XX is the total
number of subtitles available (along with the current subtitle
language to be displayed).
2. Continue to press the SUBTITLE button to advance to the other
subtitle languages.
3. When the SUBTITLE button is pressed beyond the maximum
number of subtitles, SUBTITLE OFF will display on the LCD
screen.
POWER
LEFT
MODE
MONITOR
DISPLAY
SETUP
UP
VIDEO
MENU
RIGHT
TITLE
MENU
ENTER
SubTitle
PREV
DOWN
NEXT
F.REV
PLAY/
PAUSE
F.FWD
STOP
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
MUTE
REPEAT
1
2
3
5
6
1/ALL
9
4
7
8
GOTO
ANGLE
0
DVD MENU
Many DVDs come with different and unique selectable menus.
But these all use similar operating methods.
POWER
LEFT
MODE
MONITOR
SETUP
DISPLAY
UP
VIDEO
MENU
RIGHT
TITLE
MENU
ENTER
1. Press the MENU button
on the remote or on the right hand
side of the LCD screen during playback. The root menu for the
DVD will be displayed on the LCD screen.
Right/U
Up/D
Down (W/X/S/T) buttons on the
2. Press the Left/R
remote control or on the control panel above the LCD screen to
select from the menu options.
3. Press the ENTER button on the remote or the ENT button on the
control panel above the LCD screen to activate that menu
option.
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PREV
DOWN
NEXT
Menu
F.REV
PLAY/
PAUSE
F.FWD
STOP
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
MUTE
REPEAT
1
2
3
5
6
1/ALL
9
4
7
8
GOTO
ANGLE
0
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DVD TITLE
Some DVDs come with selectable titles.
POWER
1. Press the TITLE button on the remote during playback. All the
titles will be displayed on the LCD screen.
Right/U
Up/D
Down (W/X/S/T) buttons on the
2. Press the Left/R
remote control to select the desired title.
3. Press the ENTER button to play that title.
MODE
MONITOR
SETUP
VIDEO
MENU
DISPLAY
UP
LEFT
RIGHT
TITLE
Title
ENTER
PREV
DOWN
NEXT
MENU
F.REV
PLAY/
PAUSE
F.FWD
STOP
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
MUTE
REPEAT
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
GOTO
ANGLE
9
0
1/ALL
4
DVD DISPLAY
The DISPLAY button on the remote displays the status of the DVD,
MP3, or CD presently playing.
POWER
LEFT
MODE
MONITOR
DISPLAY
SETUP
UP
RIGHT
VIDEO
MENU
TITLE
Display
ENTER
1. When a CD is playing the following will be displayed on the LCD
screen with each DISPLAY button press.
SINGLE ELAPSED
XX/XX MM:SS
SINGLE REMAIN
XX/XX MM:SS
TOTAL ELAPSED
XX/XX MM:SS
TOTAL REMAIN
XX/XX MM:SS
OFF
The first XX represents the current track playing. The second XX represents the
total number of tracks on the CD. MM:SS represents the time in minutes and
seconds.
2. When a MP3 is playing the following will be displayed on the LCD screen with
each DISPLAY button press.
CHAPTER ELAPSED
HH:MM:SS
CHAPTER REMAIN
HH:MM:SS
OFF
The HH:MM:SS is the time either elapsed or remaining; in hours, minutes and
seconds.
3. When a DVD is playing the following will be displayed on the LCD screen with
each DISPLAY button press.
PREV
DOWN
NEXT
MENU
F.REV
PLAY/
PAUSE
F.FWD
STOP
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
MUTE
REPEAT
1
2
3
5
6
1/ALL
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TITLE
XX/XX
HH:MM:SS
CHAPTER
4
7
8
GOTO
ANGLE
0
XXX/XXX
TITLE REMAIN
HH:MM:SS
CHAPTER ELAPSED
HH:MM:SS
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CHAPTER REMAIN
HH:MM:SS
The Title XX/XX shows the current title playing/total titles on the DVD. The
Chapter XXX/XXX shows the current chapter playing/total chapters on the DVD.
The time (HH:MM:SS) is shown in hours/minutes/seconds.
DVD Setup
SETUP MENU
This option allows the modification and setup of the DVD settings.
1. With the DVD player stopped and in DVD mode, press the SETUP
button on the remote to display the following options.
NOTE: The setup menu can be accessed with a DVD playing, but some of the
menu selections may be inaccessible (“grayed” out). If the DVD is
playing, press the remote’s STOP „ button twice.
POWER
Setup
LEFT
MODE
MONITOR
DISPLAY
SETUP
UP
VIDEO
MENU
RIGHT
TITLE
MENU
ENTER
PREV
DOWN
NEXT
F.REV
PLAY/
PAUSE
F.FWD
STOP
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
MUTE
REPEAT
1
2
3
5
6
1/ALL
9
4
7
8
GOTO
ANGLE
0
SETUP MENU -- MAIN PAGE
GENERAL SETUP
SPEAKER SETUP
AUDIO SETUP
KARAOKE SETUP
PREFERENCES
EXIT SETUP
GENERAL SETUP
Use the Up/Down (T/S) buttons on remote or the control panel above the LCD
↵) button. The followscreen to scroll to GENERAL SETUP option and press ENTER (↵
ing will display on the LCD screen. A brief explaination of each of the settings is
given at the bottom of the menu dialog box.
1. TV DISPLAY
NORMAL/PS
NORMAL/LB
WIDE
2. PIC MODE
AUTO
HI-RES
N-FLICKER
3. ANGLE MARK
ON
OFF
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4. OSD LANG
ENGLISH
CHINESE
5. CAPTIONS
ON
OFF
6. SCR SAVER
ON
OFF
7. VIDEO OUTPUT (not used)
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SPEAKER SETUP
1. DOWNMIX
LT/RT
STEREO
OFF
2. MAIN PAGE
AUDIO SETUP
1. AUDIO OUT (not used)
ANALOG
SP DIF/RAW
SP DIF/PCM
2. OP MODE
LINE OUT
RF REMOD
3. DUAL MONO
STEREO
L-MONO
R-MONO
MIX-MONO
4. DYNAMIC
FULL
6/8
4/8
2/8
OFF
5. PROLOG (not Used)
6. LPCM OUTPUT (not Used)
7. MAIN PAGE
KARAOKE SETUP
1. KARAOKE MODE
OFF
KARAOKE
2. MAIN PAGE
PREFERENCES
1. TV TYPE
MULTI
NTSC
PAL
2. AUDIO
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SPANISH
CHINESE
JAPANESE
3. SUBTITLE
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SPANISH
CHINESE
JAPANESE
OFF
4. DISC MENU
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SPANISH
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7. PASSWORD
NOTE: Make sure you write down and
retain the new password. Unit is shipped
with a factory default of “1234.”
Select CHANGE
Right (W/X)
Use the Left/R
button on the remote control,
select CHANGE and press the
ENTER button. The unit
will ask you for the old password, an entry of the new
password, and confirmation of
the new password.
8. DEFAULTS
NOTE: This does not restore the password to the default password
(1234).
RESET
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CHINESE
JAPANESE
5. LOCALE
CHINA
FRANCE
HONG KONG
JAPAN
TAIWAN
GBR
USA
6. PARENTAL
This restores the settings for
the DVD setups to the factory
defaults.
9. SMART NAV
This option is only for use with
MP3s.
1. NO MENU
2. WITH MENU
10. MAIN PAGE
Return to SETUP MENU.
11. EXIT SETUP
Use the Up/Down (T/S) buttons on remote to scroll to the
parental restriction desired and
↵) button. A
press the ENTER (↵
dialog box will appear requesting
the password. The default password is “1234”. Enter the pass↵)
word and press the ENTER (↵
button. The parental levels are
listed below.
NOTE: You cannot change the parental
setting with a DVD playing.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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G
PG
PG13
PG-R
NC-17
ADULT
NO PARENTAL
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Appendix A – Cleaning
CLEANING THE LCD SCREEN
CAUTION: To avoid possible shock hazard and equipment damage, be sure the LCD system is turned off and unplugged from the main electrical outlet before cleaning.
CAUTION: Do not use any form of solvents on the LCD screen or enclosure.
1. Use a soft, clean & dry cloth to gently wipe off the dust on the LCD screen.
2. Use a clean cloth dampened with water to wipe off the dirt.
3. Do not exert excessive force when cleaning the LCD screen.
CLEANING THE ENCLOSURE:
1. Use a soft, clean & dry cloth to gently wipe off the dust on the enclosure.
2. Use a clean cloth dampened with water to wipe off the dirt.
3. Do not exert excessive force when cleaning the enclosure.
Appendix B – Troubleshooting
If the unit fails to operate normally, try solving the problems using the procedures
below. If the problem persists, switch off the unit and ask the dealer or technical
services for assistance. Do not attempt to repair or open the defective unit as high
voltage is present inside the unit.
1. No Picture
a. Check that all cables are connected and the LED is illuminated on the
control panel above the LCD screen.
b. Check the contrast and brightness settings.
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d.
Be sure you have selected the correct source mode (AV1, AV2, DVD).
2. DVD Player Not Working Properly
a. Ensure disc is correctly inserted into the unit.
b. Inspect the disc is not damaged (no scratches on the recorded side of the
disc) and is of correct format to play in the unit.
c. Please wait as some disc requires longer time to read-in prior to playing.
d. Eject and re-insert disc.
3. Picture flickers
a. Check that the power coming from the main socket is sufficient.
b. Check that unit is not placed too near speakers or magnetic objects.
c. Check to see that the unit settings are correct.
4. Color patch on LCD screen(Unevenness)
Ensure all connections are correct.
5. Horizontal dots on LCD screen
Ensure all connections are correct.
6. No sound
a. Ensure that the MUTE function is Off.
b. Volume set too low, increase the volume setting.
7. Remote control not working.
a. Check to verify that the battery is installed correctly (+ side of battery
must be facing the bottom of the remote case), replace if necessary
(CR2025).
b. Make sure that the remote control is pointed towards the remote sensor
located at the front right of the enclosure.
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Specifications
Type
Display system
Display format
Roof mount color display monitor
9-inch active matrix color TFT LCD
NTSC/PAL auto switch
336,960 pixels
Aspect ratio
16:9
Resolution
336,960 DOTS/480 (W) X 234 (H) X 3 RGB
Active area
198 (W) X 111 (H) mm
Back light
10,000 hours normal operation
Mechanism
Manual open/close
Display angle
Source
Adjustable Horizontal: Up/Down <110º
Composite video input x 2
Composite video output x 1
Audio L/R input x 2
Audio L/R output x 1
Infrared audio transmitter (support IR
receiver stereo headphone, L-channel 2.3
MHz/R-channel 2.8 MHz)
Effective listening angle: 30°
Effective range: 4 meters
Wireless audio
Dome light
5W X 2 with door sensor connection
Operating voltage
11–16 VDC
Operating current
1.7 A, typical
Operating temperature
0º to 60ºC
NOTE: All specifications are subject to change without notice.
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The company behind this system is Directed Electronics, Inc.
Since its inception, Directed has had one purpose, to provide consumers with the finest vehicle security, car stereo
products, rear seat entertainment, and accessories available. The recipient of more than 20 patents in the field of
advanced electronic technology, Directed is ISO 9001 registered.
Quality Directed Electronics products are sold and serviced throughout North America and around the world.
Call (800) 274-0200 for more information about our products and services.
Directed® is committed to delivering world-class quality products
and services that excite and delight our customers.
Directed Electronics, Inc.
Vista, CA 92081
www.directed.com
© 2004 Directed Electronics, Inc.—All rights reserved
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