Specifications | Eclipse - Fujitsu Ten AVN 30D Car Stereo System User Manual

For your safety in using the CD1200
For your safety in using the CD1200
Introduction
Warnings and caution signs, illustrated below, are posted throughout this manual as well as on the
CD1200. They show safe and correct ways to handle the product so as to prevent personal injury to
you, others and to avoid property damage.
Before reading through the manual, take time to read through and learn the important information listed
in this section.
Warning
This “Warning” sign indicates a situation in which incorrect
handling or disregard of this sign might result in death or
serious personal injury.
Caution
This “Caution” sign indicates a situation in which incorrect
handling or disregard of this sign might result in personal
injury or may result solely in damage to property.
Please read all materials such as manuals and warranties that have come with the product.
Eclipse will not be held liable for unsatisfactory product performance due to failure to follow these
instructions.
12 WARNING
● Do not modify this system for use other than that specified herein. Also, do not deviate
from the installation procedures described herein; ECLIPSE will not be held liable for
damages including, but not limited to serious injury, death or property damage resulting
from installations that enable unintended operation.
● This main unit requires 12V DC and should only be installed in a vehicle with a 12V negative
ground electrical system. Any other installation may cause a fire or other severe damage
to the main unit and the vehicle.
● Never install this main unit where it will interfere with safe operation of the vehicle. Never
block the drivers' view. Do not install main unit where it may interfere with operation of the
brakes, the steering or any safety equipment, including seat belts and air bags.
● Before drilling holes in a vehicle for installation, you must confirm the locations of pipes,
tanks, electrical wiring, and other vehicle systems and components to ensure that there will
be no interference or contact. In addition, you must also apply rust prevention and leak
prevention measures at the drilling area. Otherwise, fire or electric shock could occur.
● When installing main unit do not remove or alter existing vehicle fasteners, including nuts,
bolts, screws, clips, and fittings. Never detach, move or alter existing vehicle wiring,
including electrical grounds and straps. Alteration of existing vehicle components may
make vehicle unsafe to operate.
● Before installation, remove the negative (-) battery terminal to prevent shocks, electrical
arcing, fires, and damage to vehicle wiring and the main unit you are installing.
● Secure wiring with tape or plastic ties so that wires do not interfere with vehicle operation,
including brake pedal, gear shifter and steering. Position wires so that they will not be
rubbed, abraded, or damaged by moving vehicle components, including power seats.
● To avoid main unit and vehicle damage, including fire, never supply power to the installed
main unit in a way which will overload the capacity of an existing vehicle circuit. Never
leave a power supply wire or connection uninsulated. Always install supplied fuses, circuit
breakers, and relays.
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12 WARNING
● Air bags are vital safety equipment. Never install the main unit in a way which will alter air
bag wiring or interfere with air bag deployment. Air bags must function properly in the
event of an accident.
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● When installation is complete, test all vehicle electrical systems for proper operation,
including lights, horn, brake lights, and emergency flashers.
● For your protection, never use a power drill without safety glasses or goggles. Debris or
broken drill bits may cause severe eye injuries, including blindness.
● Use electrical tape to insulate the ends of all wires, even if not used. Proper insulation
prevents arcs, shocks and fires.
● Some equipment or devices require the use of batteries. Never install or place this type of
equipment where young children can get access to batteries. If a battery is swallowed,
seek medical attention immediately.
● When vehicle is moving, never take your eyes off the road to make adjustments to the main
unit. You must pay attention to the road to avoid accidents. Do not let the operation or
adjustment of the main unit distract you from proper vehicle operation.
● The driver should not look at the screen while driving. Accidents may result if you are not
paying attention to the forward direction.
● Do not put foreign objects in the loading slot of disc or USB input terminal. Fires or shocks
may result.
● Do not disassemble or alter this main unit. Accidents, fires or shocks may result.
● Do not let water or foreign objects enter the internal parts of this main unit. Smoke, fires or
shocks may result.
● Pay attention to where the remote control is left. Traffic accidents or problems with driving
may result if the remote control makes its way under the foot pedals etc. when the vehicle
is in motion.
● Do not use when abnormal operation occurs (the screen is not lit or no sound comes out).
Accidents, fires or shocks may result.
● Always replace fuses with fuses of identical capacity and characteristics. Never use a high
capacity fuse than the original. Using incorrect fuse specifications may cause a fire or
severe damage.
● If foreign objects or water enters the main unit, smoke comes out, or there is a strange
odor, stop using it immediately, and contact your dealer. Accidents, fires, or shocks may
result if you continue to use it in these conditions.
● The driver should not change the CD or USB memory while driving. As accidents may
result if you are not paying attention to the forward direction, first stop the vehicle at a safe
location and then proceed.
● Plastic bags and wrappings may cause suffocation and death. Keep away from babies and
children. Never put bag over your head or mouth.
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12 CAUTION
● Wiring and installing this main unit requires expertise and experience. Professional
installation is recommended. Consult with your dealer or a professional installer. Incorrect
wiring may damage the main unit or interfere with safe vehicle operation.
● Use only the accessory parts as specified. Using other parts may cause damage to the
main unit or cause parts to dislodge and/or detach unexpectedly.
● Do not install the main unit in places where it may get dew condensation on (around the air
conditioning hose, etc.), come in contact with water, or in condition of high moisture, dust
or oily smoke. If water, moisture, dust or oily smoke enters this main unit, smoke, fires or
malfunctions may result.
● Avoid installing in places where it cannot be fastened securely or where there are strong
vibrations. Also, if you installed the main unit with double-sided tape, first wipe away dirt
and wax from the installation area. Otherwise, the main unit may come loose due to
vibration while driving, causing problems for driving and resulting in traffic accidents or
injuries.
● Do not install in places with direct sunlight or where it will be hit directly by hot air from the
heater. This may increase the temperature of the interior of this main unit, resulting in fires
and malfunctions.
● Do not obstruct the air flow of the heat sink or vents of this main unit. When the air flow of
the heat sink or vents are obstructed, the interior overheats, and fires may result.
● Connect as specified in the installation manual. If not connected normally, fires or
accidents may result.
● When installing in vehicles equipped with air bags, check the manufacturer's cautions
regarding operation to ensure proper operation of the airbags.
● Install wiring in a manner that will not allow them to be pinched by moving parts, damaged
by screws, or damaged by metal parts. Accidents, fires and shocks may result from
disconnection and electrical shorts.
● Avoid hot surfaces when wiring main unit. High temperatures may damage wiring, causing
shorts, arcing and fires.
● When changing the installation location for this main unit, please consult the dealer where
you bought it for safety reasons. Expertise is necessary for removal and installation.
● Keep volume to a reasonable level so that you can hear sounds from outside the vehicle,
including warning sounds, voices, and sirens. Failure to do so may cause an accident.
● When an external amplifier is connected, the guide tone will not sound.
● Do not put your hands or fingers into the loading slot of disc or USB input terminal. Injuries
may result.
● Do not touch the heat dissipating part of the amp. Burns may result from the heat of this
part.
● Do not recharge dry batteries. Dry batteries may rupture, resulting in injuries.
● Do not use batteries other than those specified. Also, do not mix old and new batteries.
Injuries or pollution to the surroundings may result from battery ruptures and leakage.
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12 CAUTION
● When inserting batteries into the remote control, be careful with the polarity (positive/
negative), and insert them as indicated. If the battery polarities are incorrect, injuries and
pollution to the surroundings may result from battery ruptures and leakage.
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● Replace used batteries as soon as possible; they may leak and damage the remote control.
Battery leakage can burn your skin or your eyes. Wash hands after handling.
● If alkaline solution from alkaline dry batteries makes contact with your skin or clothes,
flush with clean water. If any of the solution gets in your eyes, also flush clean with water
and then seek medical attention.
● Do not short, disassemble or heat the batteries, or place them in fire or water. Fire and
injuries may result from battery rupture and leakage.
● Store the remote control in a place away from direct sunlight, high temperatures, and high
moisture levels. The outer case may change shape, and the batteries may rupture and leak.
● Do not use this main unit except for in-vehicle use. Shocks or injuries may result.
● Be careful of the position of the volume when turning the power source ON. Hearing
damage may result if very loud noise is emitted when the power is turned ON.
● Do not operate under abnormal conditions such as when the sound is broken or distorted.
Fires may result.
● This main unit uses invisible laser light. Do not disassemble or alter this main unit. If
trouble occurs, contact the dealer where you bought the main unit.Altering this main unit
may cause exposure to laser emissions (worsening eyesight), or result in accidents, fires
or shocks.
● If the main unit is dropped or the cosmetics appear broken, turn off the power to the main
unit and contact your dealer. If used in this condition, fires or shocks may result.
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Table of Contents
For your safety in using the CD1200 ........................................... 2
I
Operating precautions ................................................................ 12
II
Names of controls and parts ..................................................... 13
III
How to operate the CD/MP3/WMA/AAC player ......................... 16
IV
How to operate the USB music file player ................................ 26
V
How to operate the tuner ............................................................ 31
VI
How to use the optional remote control ................................... 34
VII
How to operate the AUDIO CONTROL ...................................... 36
VIII
Making changes with Function Mode ....................................... 38
IX
How to operate the main unit with an optional Direct Cable for iPod ...................... 40
X
Others .......................................................................................... 44
XI
If you have a question: ............................................................... 45
XII
Specifications .............................................................................. 48
XIII
How to contact customer service .............................................. 50
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For your safety in using the CD1200.................................................... 2
Operating precautions......................................................................... 12
Notes on operation ....................................................................................................... 12
Names of controls and parts............................................................... 13
Turning the power on and off........................................................................................ 14
Switching Audio Modes ................................................................................................ 14
Adjusting volume .......................................................................................................... 14
Setting time (Clock Adjust) ........................................................................................... 14
Detaching the front panel ............................................................................................. 15
Using the detachable panel.................................................................................... 15
How to remove the detachable panel..................................................................... 15
How to attach the detachable panel....................................................................... 15
How to operate the CD/MP3/WMA/AAC player.................................. 16
About compact discs .................................................................................................... 16
About brand new CDs ............................................................................................ 16
About CD accessories............................................................................................ 17
About borrowed CDs .............................................................................................. 17
How to remove CDs ............................................................................................... 17
About irregularly-shaped CDs ................................................................................ 17
About cleaning a CD..................................................................................................... 17
About MP3/WMA/AAC.................................................................................................. 18
What is MP3/WMA/AAC?....................................................................................... 18
Playable MP3 file standards................................................................................... 18
Playable WMA file standards ................................................................................. 18
Playable AAC file standards................................................................................... 19
ID3/WMA tag .......................................................................................................... 19
Media ..................................................................................................................... 19
Format of discs....................................................................................................... 20
File names.............................................................................................................. 20
Multi-sessions ........................................................................................................ 21
Precautions during MP3/WMA/AAC playback ....................................................... 21
MP3/WMA/AAC playing time display ..................................................................... 21
Display order of MP3/WMA/AAC file/folder names ................................................ 21
Listening to CD ............................................................................................................. 22
TRACK (FILE) UP/DOWN ............................................................................................ 22
Skip forward and backward by 10 files ......................................................................... 22
FAST FORWARD/REWIND ......................................................................................... 22
SCAN/REPEAT/RANDOM ........................................................................................... 23
Searching for a music file ............................................................................................. 24
FOLDER REPEAT/RANDOM....................................................................................... 25
DISPLAYING TITLE ..................................................................................................... 25
Ejecting the disc ........................................................................................................... 25
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How to operate the USB music file player ......................................... 26
About playable USB memory standards....................................................................... 26
Playable MP3 file standards................................................................................... 26
Playable WMA file standards ................................................................................. 26
Playable AAC file standards................................................................................... 26
Format of USB memory ......................................................................................... 27
How to operate the USB music file player .................................................................... 28
Listening to music files in USB memory ................................................................. 29
Searching for a music file ....................................................................................... 29
Disconnecting USB memory......................................................................................... 30
How to operate the tuner..................................................................... 31
Listening to the tuner .................................................................................................... 31
Tuning to a station ........................................................................................................ 31
Automatically storing stations into memory (The automatic preset mode: ASM) ......... 32
Manually storing stations into memory ......................................................................... 32
Changing the reception sensitivity................................................................................ 33
Changing the radio band location................................................................................. 33
How to use the optional remote control ............................................ 34
Precautions in use of the remote control ...................................................................... 34
Cleaning the remote control ......................................................................................... 34
Replacing the battery.................................................................................................... 35
How to operate the AUDIO CONTROL ............................................... 36
Switching audio control modes ..................................................................................... 36
Making changes with Function Mode ................................................ 38
Switching the Function Mode ....................................................................................... 38
Making changes with Equalizer Mode .......................................................................... 38
Setting guide tone (Guide Tone) .................................................................................. 38
Switching demonstration screen display (Demo) ......................................................... 38
Changing illumination color .......................................................................................... 39
How to operate the main unit with an optional Direct Cable
for iPod ................................................................................................. 40
Listening to iPod music files (If an iPod is not connected) ........................................... 40
Listening to iPod music files (If an iPod is connected) ................................................. 40
Advancing to the next music file or returning to the beginning of the music file being
played ........................................................................................................................... 41
Fast Forward/Rewind ................................................................................................... 41
Searching for a music file ............................................................................................. 41
Repeating the same music file (REPEAT).................................................................... 42
Playing music files in random order (SHUFFLE) .......................................................... 42
Displaying text .............................................................................................................. 42
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Others.................................................................................................... 44
Connecting portable audio players to the AUX jack ..................................................... 44
Switching the AUX mode on and off ...................................................................... 44
If you have a question: ........................................................................ 45
Displayed information (for troubleshooting) .................................................................. 45
Specifications....................................................................................... 48
How to contact customer service....................................................... 50
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Operating precautions
Operating precautions
Introduction
<Your CD1200 will perform well over a long period of time through correct handling and care.>
Notes on operation
• For your safety, play only at volume levels that allow outside sounds to be heard.
• Discs with the logo shown to the left can be played.
• You can play music CDs (CD-R/CD-RW) on this player. Be sure to
use discs that have been properly processed.
Depending on the editing format and software used, some discs may
not play properly.
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• Do not insert anything other than a CD into the main unit.
Do not insert any foreign objects, such as coins or credit cards, into
the disc slot.
• Avoid severe mechanical shock.
When the player is subjected to severe vibration while traveling over a
rough surface, playback may be intermittent. When a situation like
this occurs, resume playback after returning to a smoother road.
• About dew condensation.
In cold or rainy weather, just as the interior glass surface gets fogged,
dew (water condensation) may also settle on the main unit. When this
occurs, disc playback may become intermittent or impossible.
Dehumidify the air in the vehicle for a while before resuming
playback.
• Cleaning the disc slot.
The disc slot tends to get dusty. Clean it occasionally to prevent
accumulated dust from scratching the discs.
* Commercially available cleaning discs may not be used with this
main unit.
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Names of controls and parts
Names of controls and parts
Introduction
Front view
II
III
No.
a
Button
Name/Function
No.
Activates and
deactivates mute.
Audio mode :
[SOURCE] button
h
Switches audio mode.
Selects radio preset
channels and performs
disc mode functions.
Adjusts volume.
[SELECT] button
d
Recalls and switches the
audio control modes.
[TRACK/SEEK] button
i
[FUNCTION] button
e
f
g
Switches to function
mode.
Selects radio station and
CD tracks.
[DISP] button
j
Disc slot
Switches the display
details.
[Detach] button
Inserts compact discs.
[e] button
Carries out SCAN,
REPEAT and RANDOM
playback of tracks (files)
and skips back or forth
by 10 tracks (files).
Tuner mode :
[VOL] button
c
Name/Function
Buttons [1] to [6]
Turns deck power ON/
OFF.
b
Button
[MUTE/PWR] button
k
Ejects CD.
Detach the left end of the
front panel from the body
of the main unit.
[BAND/ASM] button
l
Switches radio band,
ASM action.
Recalls and switches the
search mode.
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Introduction
Turning the power on and off
When the power is turned on, the state used
when the power was turned off such as CD and
tuner playback is restored.
1
Turn to the right:
Increases the volume.
Turn to the left:
Decreases the volume.
ATTENTION
ATTENTION
When power is ON, press and hold
the [MUTE/PWR] button until you
hear a beep.
Switching Audio Modes
Press the [SOURCE] button.
Press the button to switch modes in
the following sequence:
FM/AM → CD (MP3/WMA/AAC) →
*2
USB*1→iPod*1→ AUX*3 → FM/AM www
*1: Cannot be selected if the corresponding
device is not connected to the main unit.
*2: Not displayed if no disc is inserted.
*3: Cannot be selected if the AUX mode is not set
to ON. For details, refer to "Switching the AUX
mode on and off" on page 44.
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Turn the [VOL] button.
The power will come ON.
The power will go OFF and the main
unit will be in Standby.
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1
When power is OFF, press the
[MUTE/PWR] button.
When the main unit's power is turned on for
the first time or if the battery terminals have
been disconnected because of a reason such
as vehicle maintenance and the power is then
turned back on, the main unit will start up in
FM1 mode. After this, the broadcast stations
will be searched for automatically and stored in
buttons [1] to [6].
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Adjusting volume
Press the [MUTE/PWR] button for less than
one second to cut the volume or restore it
instantly.
12 CAUTION
Do not adjust the volume or other controls
while driving the vehicle. Do so only while
parked in a safe location.
Setting time (Clock Adjust)
This main unit uses the 12-hour display notation.
1
Check that the main unit is in
standby (When the clock is
displayed).
2
Press and hold the [DISP] button.
When the clock display is flashing.
3
Turn the [VOL] button to adjust the
time.
Right:
The minutes will advance.
Left:
The hours will advance.
4
Press the [DISP] button briefly.
Names of controls and parts
Detaching the front panel
Using the detachable panel
The front panel of the main unit can be
removed.
By removing this panel when you leave the
vehicle, you can prevent the theft of the main
unit.
How to attach the detachable panel
1
Insert the right end of the front
panel into the main unit.
III
Engage the catch at the right end of
the front panel with the lock on the
main unit itself.
How to remove the detachable panel
2
1
Press the [Detach] button.
The left end of the front panel
detaches from the body of the main
unit.
2
Insert the front panel.
Press the left end of the front panel
until it clicks into place.
Remove the front panel.
Hold the front panel and pull it toward
you to remove it.
12 CAUTION
• If you drop the detachable panel or
subject it to impact, it may be damaged
or malfunction.
• Do not attempt to detach or attach the
detachable panel while driving since this
could cause an accident.
3
Put the front panel into the case.
• Store the detachable panel at a location
free from humidity, dust, and water.
Push to open the front panel case and
put the front panel in it.
• Do not leave the detachable panel in
locations that are likely to become hot,
like the dashboard and surroundings.
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Operation
How to operate the CD/MP3/WMA/AAC player
Operation
About compact discs
• The signal recorded on a compact disc is read by a laser beam, so nothing touches the disc surface.
A scratch on the recorded surface or a badly warped disc may cause deteriorated sound quality or
intermittent playback. Observe the following precautions to ensure high quality sound performance:
• Do not leave an ejected disc in the disc slot for very long; the disc may
warp. Discs should be stored in their cases and kept away from high
temperature and humidity.
• Do not adhere of paper or tape. Do not write on or scratch either side
of a disc.
• Discs spin at a high speed inside the main unit. Keep cracked or
warped discs out of the player to avoid damaging the main unit.
• Avoid touching the recorded surface when handling a disc; handle
discs by their edges.
About brand new CDs
Rough Edges
Ballpoint pen
Rough Edges
Flakes
Recorded surface
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• You may notice that some brand new discs are rough around the
center hole or outside edge. Remove the rough edges with the side of
a ballpoint pen, etc. Rough edges may prevent proper loading in the
main unit. Flakes from the rough edges may also stick to the recorded
surface and interfere with playback.
How to operate the CD/MP3/WMA/AAC player
About CD accessories
• Do not use accessories (stabilizers, protective seals, laser lens
cleaners, etc.) sold for “improving sound performance” or “protecting
CDs.” The changes in CD thickness or outside dimensions made by
these accessories may cause problems in the player.
• Please be sure NOT to attach any ring-shape protector (or other
accessory) to your discs. Those protectors are commercially available
and said to protect disc and to improve sound quality (and
antivibration effect), but they can do more harm than good in regular
uses. The most common problems are disc insertion, disc ejections,
and won't play problems due to the protector ring that came off in the
disc mechanism.
About borrowed CDs
• Do not use a CD with glue or remnants of adhesive tape or labels. They may cause the CD to get
stuck inside or damage the main unit.
How to remove CDs
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• When removing the ejected disc, pull it straight out along the slot.
Removing the disc in a downward or upward angle may scratch the
recorded surface of the disc.
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About irregularly-shaped CDs
• Specially-shaped CDs, like heart-shaped or octagonal CDs, cannot be
played. Do not attempt to play them, even with an adapter, since they
may damage the player.
About cleaning a CD
• Use a commercially available compact disc cleaner to clean a CD,
wiping gently from the center to the edge.
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Operation
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• Do not use benzine, thinner, LP record spray or other cleaners on
CDs. They may damage a CD' s finish.
About MP3/WMA/AAC
ATTENTION
The making of MP3/WMA/AAC files by recording from sources such as broadcasts, records,
recordings, videos and live performances without permission from the copyright holder for uses
other than personal enjoyment is prohibited.
What is MP3/WMA/AAC?
MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer III) is a standard format for audio compression technology. By using MP3
a file can be compressed to one-tenth the size of the original.
WMA (Windows MediaTM Audio) and AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) are formats for audio
compression technology. WMA files can be compressed to a size smaller than MP3 files. AAC is
said to have a high rate of compression which is about 1.4 times that for MP3 files with the same
audio quality.
This main unit has limitations on MP3/WMA/AAC file standards and recorded media and formats
that can be used.
Playable MP3 file standards
• Supported standards:
MPEG-1 Audio Layer III, MPEG-2 Audio Layer III, MPEG-2.5 Audio Layer III
• Supported sampling frequencies:
8, 11.025, 12, 16, 22.05, 24, 32, 44.1, 48 (kHz)
• Supported bit rate:
8~320 (kbps)
* Supports VBR (8~320kbps)
* Does not support free format.
• Supported channel modes:
monaural, stereo, joint, dual
Playable WMA file standards
• Supported standards:
WMA Ver. 7 , WMA Ver. 8 , WMA Ver. 9
• Supported sampling frequencies:
8, 11.025, 12, 16, 22.05, 24, 32, 44.1, 48 (kHz)
• Supported bit rate:
3~320 (kbps)
* Supports VBR (3~320kbps).
* Does not support lossless compression.
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How to operate the CD/MP3/WMA/AAC player
* Does not support WMA files recorded at a frequency of 48kHz with a bit rate of 96kbps.
Playable AAC file standards
• Supported standards:
AAC-LC(MPEG-4)
• Supported sampling frequencies:
8, 11.025, 12, 16, 22.05, 24, 32, 44.1, 48 (kHz)
• Supported bit rate:
3~320 (kbps)
* Supports VBR (3~320kbps).
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• Supported channel modes:
monaural, stereo, joint, dual
ATTENTION
Depending on the encoding method used, this device may not be able to play back some types of
AAC file.
ID3/WMA tag
MP3/WMA files have an “ID3 / WMA Tag” that allows input of information so that data such as song
title and artist can be saved.
This main unit supports ID3v. 1.0, 1.1, and WMA tags.
ATTENTION
Tags for AAC files cannot be displayed.
Media
Media capable of playing MP3/WMA/AAC includes CD-R and CD-RW discs. Compared to CD-ROM
media commonly used for music discs, CD-R and CD-RW discs are fragile in high temperature/high
humidity environments and one section of the CD-R and CD-RW may become incapable of
playback. Fingerprints or scratches on the disc may prevent playback or cause skipping during
playback. Sections of a CD-R and CD-RW may deteriorate if left inside a vehicle for long periods of
time. It is also recommended that CD-R and CD-RW discs be kept in a light-blocking case because
the discs are vulnerable to ultra-violet light.
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Operation
Format of discs
The format of discs to be used must be ISO9660 Level 1 or Level 2.
Control items for this standard are as follows:
• Maximum directory layers: 8 layers
• Maximum characters for folder names/file names:
128 (including “.” and 3 letter file extension)
• Allowable characters for folder names/file names:
A~Z, 0~9, _ (underscore)
• Number of files possible on a single disc:
512
[Configuration example for CD supporting MP3/WMA/AAC]
Root directory (F1)
F2
Folder 2
001.mp3
002.mp3
003.mp3
004.txt
005.mp3
F158
Folder 158
F159
Folder 159
Number of files possible on a single disc is 512. Files aside from MP3/WMA/AAC
files (Example: 004.txt) also count as single files.
001.mp3
002.mp3
F255
Folder 255
• Maximum folders this main unit can recognize:
512*
*: A root directory is counted as one folder.
File names
Only files with the MP3/WMA/AAC file extension “.mp3”, “.wma” , “.m4a” can be recognized as MP3/
WMA/AAC and played. Be sure to save MP3 files with the “.mp3” file extension. Be sure to WMA
files with the “.wma” file extension. Be sure to save AAC files with the “.m4a” file extension. The
“MP” letters of the file extension will be recognized whether entered as uppercase letters or
lowercase letters.
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If the “.mp3”, “.wma”, “.m4a” file extension is attached to a file other than an MP3/WMA/AAC file,
that file will be mistakenly recognized by the main unit as an MP3/WMA/AAC file and played,
resulting in loud noise output that can damage the speakers. Be sure to avoid attaching the “.mp3”,
“.wma”, “.m4a” file extension to files that are not MP3/WMA/AAC files.
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How to operate the CD/MP3/WMA/AAC player
Multi-sessions
Multi-sessions are supported, and playing of CD-R and CD-RW discs with annotated MP3/WMA/
AAC files is possible. However, if files have been written onto a disc using “Track at once”, close the
session or perform the finalization process. Standardize the format so that it does not change with
each session.
Precautions during MP3/WMA/AAC playback
When a disc with recorded MP3/WMA/AAC files is inserted, the main unit first checks all the files on
the disc. No sound is output while the main unit is checking the files on the disc. It is recommended
that the disc be recorded without files other than MP3/WMA/AAC files and without unnecessary
folders in order to speed up the checking of disc files by the main unit.
MP3/WMA/AAC playing time display
It is possible that playing time will not be correct, depending on the writing condition of the MP3/
WMA/AAC file.
*It is possible that playing time will not be correct when VBR Fast Up/Down is operated.
Display order of MP3/WMA/AAC file/folder names
Names of MP3/WMA/AAC folders and files within the same level are displayed in the following
order.
1.MP3/WMA/AAC folders displayed first, by ascending order of numbers, letters.
2.Files displayed next, by ascending order of numbers, letters.
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Operation
Listening to CD
1
Insert a CD into the disc slot, label
side up.
The CD will immediately start playing.
TRACK (FILE) UP/DOWN
CD, MP3/WMA/AAC
1
ATTENTION
Press the button briefly.
:
• Playback may be intermittent when there is
a scratch on a CD or when the recorded
side is dirty.
• When a CD is already loaded, press the
[SOURCE] button to switch to the CD
mode. (For details, refer to "Switching
Audio Modes" on page 14.)
Advances to the next track (file).
:
Returns to the beginning of the
track (files) being played.
Skip forward and backward by 10
files
NOTE
When music data recorded in the conventional
CD audio format (CD-DA) is present on the
same disc with MP3/WMA/AAC music files, all
CD-DA data will be played first, after which the
unit will begin playing all MP3/WMA/AAC files.
MP3/WMA/AAC
1
Press the button briefly.
:
Skip backward by 10 files.
:
Skip forward by 10 files.
FAST FORWARD/REWIND
CD, MP3/WMA/AAC
1
Press and hold the button.
:
Fast forward.
:
Rewind.
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How to operate the CD/MP3/WMA/AAC player
SCAN/REPEAT/RANDOM
CD
1
Press the button briefly.
:
The main unit will play the first 10
seconds of each track. To cancel,
press button again.
ATTENTION
• During random playback, press the [5 RPT]
button to repeat the track (file) being
played. To cancel repeat play, press the [5
RPT] button again.
• Occasionally the same track will play two or
more times. This is a normal operation and
is not a sign of a problem.
• [SCAN], [REPEAT] or [RANDOM] will
appear on the display when these functions
are active.
:
Repeating the same track. To
cancel, press button again.
:
Playing tracks in random order. To
cancel, press button again.
MP3/WMA/AAC
1
Press the button briefly.
:
The main unit will play the first 10
seconds of each file. To cancel,
press button again.
:
Repeating the same file. To cancel,
press button two more times.
:
Files will be randomly selected
from among all files at the same
levels as the folder currently being
played. To cancel, press button two
more times.
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IV
Operation
Searching for a music file
MP3/WMA/AAC
You can retrieve your desired track in Search
mode.
1
For Track or File Search
3
Turn the [VOL] button to select the
track number and file number.
4
Press and hold the [SELECT]
button.
Playback of the selected music file will
begin.
Press the [BAND/ASM] button.
:
For Character Search
The search mode is activated.
2
Press the [BAND/ASM] button to
select the search mode item.
:
Search mode items are selected in the
following order.
Track search → File search →
Character search
3
Turn the [VOL] button to select the
character.
4
Press the [SELECT] button briefly.
The selected
confirmed.
character
will
be
5
Repeat steps (3) and (4) to enter all
of the characters.
6
Press and hold the [SELECT]
button.
Playback of the selected music file will
begin.
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How to operate the CD/MP3/WMA/AAC player
FOLDER REPEAT/RANDOM
MP3/WMA/AAC
1
MP3/WMA/AAC
1
:
Each time the button is pressed.
The following will be displayed in
order.
Track No. & elapsed time →
Clock → Album name*1 →
Artist name → Title →
File name →Track No. & elapsed
time www
* The display area shows a
maximum of 8 characters and
then scrolls to display the
remaining characters.
Press the button twice.
:
All the files in the same layer as the
folder being played are repeated.
To cancel, press button again.
:
The files in all folders are played
randomly. To cancel, press button
again.
DISPLAYING TITLE
Press the button.
*1: Default setting.
ATTENTION
CD (TEXT supported CD’s)
1
Press the button.
:
Each time the button is pressed.
The following will be displayed in
order.
Track No. & elapsed time →
Clock → DISC/Artist title*1*2 →
Track title*1 →Track No. & elapsed
time www
*1: This will only be displayed when playing back
an audio CD which is CD-text compatible.
*2: Default setting.
• If the CD came with the logo shown below,
it is recorded with a disc title and track
titles.
These information will be displayed during
playback.
• CD text, Folder name/file name or tag
recorded with characters other than
alphanumeric and symbols cannot be
displayed.
• Tags for AAC files cannot be displayed.
• If there is no tag, [NONE] will be displayed.
Ejecting the disc
1
Press the [ e (EJECT)] button.
The disc is ejected.
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IV
Operation
How to operate the USB music file player
Operation
About playable USB memory standards
• Supported File System: FAT 12/16/32
• Playable Audio Format: MP3/WMA/AAC
• Max.Current: 500mA
• Compatibility: USB1.1/2.0
• Correspondence: USB mass storage class
• Maximum capacity: 4GB
Playable MP3 file standards
• Supported standards:
MPEG-1 Audio Layer III, MPEG-2 Audio Layer III, MPEG-2.5 Audio Layer III
• Supported sampling frequencies:
8,11.025,12,16,22.05,24,32,44.1,48 (kHz)
• Supported bit rate:
8~320kbps
* Supports VBR. (8~320kbps)
* Does not support free format.
• Supported channel modes:
monaural, stereo, joint, dual
Playable WMA file standards
• Supported standards:
WMA Ver. 7, WMA Ver. 8, WMA Ver. 9
• Supported sampling frequencies:
8, 11.025, 12, 22.05, 32, 44.1, 48 (kHz)
• Supported bit rate:
8~320 kbps
* Supports VBR (8~320 kbps)
* Does not play DRM.
• Supported channel modes:
monaural, stereo
Playable AAC file standards
• Supported standards:
AAC-LC (MPEG-4)
• Supported sampling frequencies:
8, 11.025, 12, 22.05, 32, 44.1, 48 (kHz)
• Supported bit rate:
3~320 kbps
* Supports VBR (8~320 kbps)
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How to operate the USB music file player
• Supported channel modes:
monaural, stereo, joint, dual
ATTENTION
• Depending on the encoding method used, this device may not be able to play back some types
of AAC file.
• Tags for AAC files cannot be displayed.
Format of USB memory
V
The USB memory format must be ISO9660 Level 1 or Level 2.
Standards are as follows:
• Maximum directory layers:
8 layers
• Maximum characters for folder names/file names:
128 (including “.” and 3 letter file extension)
• Allowable characters for folder names/file names:
A~Z, 0~9, _ (underscore)
• Number of files possible on a single USB memory:
512
[Configuration example for USB memory supporting MP3/WMA/AAC]
Root directory (F1)
F2
Folder 2
001.mp3
002.mp3
003.mp3
004.txt
005.mp3
F498
Folder 498
F499
Folder 499
Number of files possible on a single USB memory is 512. Files aside from
MP3/WMA/AAC files (Example: 004.txt) also count as single memories.
001.mp3
002.mp3
F999
Folder 999
• Maximum folders this main unit can recognize:
512*
*: A root directory is counted as one folder.
ATTENTION
It may not be possible for some USB drives with a security function to be recognized.
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Operation
How to operate the USB music file player
A USB memory can be connected to the USB connector, music files can be played from the USB
memory.
USB connection terminal for USB memory
* The USB cable is
sold separately.
ATTENTION
Some digital audio players with a USB terminal may not be able to play back music files. (Not
covered by warranty)
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How to operate the USB music file player
Listening to music files in USB
memory
1
Connect a USB memory using the
USB connector.
2
Switch to the USB mode.
Searching for a music file
You can retrieve your desired track in Search
mode.
1
:
For details, refer to "Switching Audio
Modes" on page 14.
3
Operate the USB music file player.
The search mode is activated.
2
• Do not disconnect the USB memory or turn
the ignition key to ACC OFF position while
accessing the USB memory. Doing so may
corrupt the data.
• Depending on the type connected, the USB
memory may not work in some cases.
• The USB memory does not support multipartition. Also, it does not support USB hub.
• It is highly recommended to back up your
data in case of accidental deletion.
For Track or File Search
3
Turn the [VOL] button to select the
track number and file number.
4
Press and hold the [SELECT]
button.
Playback of the selected music file will
begin.
For Character Search
3
Turn the [VOL] button to select the
character.
4
Press the [SELECT] button briefly.
• Install and use the USB device in a place
that provides safe operation of the vehicle.
• The music files under the copyright
protection cannot be played.
• When connecting a digital audio player to
the USB connector, additional USB
adaptors may be required.
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Search mode items are selected in
the following order.
Track search → File search →
Character search
ATTENTION
12 CAUTION
Press the [BAND/ASM] button to
select the search mode item.
:
The procedure for playing music is the
same as that are used to play CDs.
Refer to “How to operate the CD/MP3/
WMA/AAC player” (page 22 - 25).
If the USB mode is changed to another mode
and then returned to the USB mode, the player
will return to the previous file played.
Press the [BAND/ASM] button.
The selected
confirmed.
character
will
be
5
Repeat steps (3) and (4) to enter all
of the characters.
6
Press and hold the [SELECT]
button.
Playback of the selected music file will
begin.
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Operation
Disconnecting USB memory
1
Disconnect the USB memory
parallel to the USB connector.
ATTENTION
• Do not remove the USB memory while
playing, reading or writing data.
• If there is no data in the USB memory, [NO
FILE] will be displayed.
• If there is no USB memory connected, [NO
USB] will be displayed.
12 CAUTION
Do not attempt to disconnect the USB memory
with undue force. Doing so may damage the
USB connector and/or USB memory.
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How to operate the tuner
How to operate the tuner
Operation
ATTENTION
• If stations have been stored in memory,
pressing a button from [1] to [6] will directly
select a station. (Refer to "Manually storing
stations into memory" on page 32)
Listening to the tuner
1
Switch to tuner mode.
For details, refer to "Switching Audio
Modes" on page 14.
Tuning to a station
There are automatic and manual methods for
setting stations in memory. The main unit will
accept up to 24 stations in memory: 6 in AM 18 in
FM (6 each for FM1, FM2 and FM3.) (Initial
setting)
1
3
Press and hold the [TRACK/SEEK]
button to start the automatic
station search.
:
Starts searching toward higher
frequencies.
V
:
Starts searching
frequencies.
toward
lower
ATTENTION
At times, it may be difficult to maintain
optimum reception because the antenna
affixed to your vehicle is in motion constantly
(relative
to
the
broadcast
antenna),
encountering continuous variation in the
received radio signal's strength. Other factors
affecting reception include interference from
natural obstacles, sign posts, etc.
Press the [BAND/ASM] button for
less than one second to switch to
the desired FM, AM bands.
Radio bands will switch from FM1 →
FM2 → FM3 → AM in order each time
the button is pressed.
2
Press the [TRACK/SEEK] button to
tune to a station.
:
Turns to higher frequencies.
:
Turns to lower frequencies.
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Operation
Automatically storing stations
into memory (The automatic
preset mode: ASM)
Manually storing stations into
memory
Store a station to a preset button.
1
Press the [BAND/ASM] button for
more than two seconds until a
beep is heard.
1
Press the [TRACK/SEEK] button to
tune to the station to be entered in
memory.
2
Select any button, from [1] to [6],
and press it for more than two
seconds.
The automatic preset mode starts.
[ASM] will appear on the display, and
stations are automatically entered in
memory under buttons [1] to [6].
These buttons
buttons.
are
called
preset
ATTENTION
• Pressing the preset buttons ([1] to [6])
allows you to make one-touch station
selections. The frequency of the selected
station is indicated on.
• When a new station is set in memory, the
station previously set in memory will be
deleted.
• If there are fewer than six receivable
stations, the stations set in the remaining
buttons will be retained.
12 CAUTION
If the vehicle's battery is disconnected (for
repairs to the vehicle or for removing the
main unit), all stations in memory will be
lost. In such a case, store stations in the
memory again.
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The selected stations is now stored
in a preset button.
Repeat the above procedure to store
additional stations one at a time in
buttons [1] to [6], and store them in
memory.
12 CAUTION
If the vehicle's battery is disconnected (for
repairs to the vehicle or for removing the
main unit), all stations in memory will be
lost. In such a case, store stations in
memory again.
How to operate the tuner
Changing the reception
sensitivity
The main unit lets you select the reception
sensitivity. The two sensitivity modes available
for this main unit are LOCAL mode and DX
mode.
LOCAL
Mode
The reception sensitivity is set to the
low level so that stations with strong
signals are received.
DX Mode
Because the reception sensitivity for
automatic scanning is set to the high
level from the start, even stations
with weaker signals can be received.
(Signal crossover may result in
some stations being hard to hear.)
1
Press the [FUNCTION] button.
The Menu Selection mode is activated.
2
Press the [SELECT] button
repeatedly, until DX/LOCAL mode
is selected.
3
Turn the [VOL] button.
Changing the radio band location
The location for the radio bands used between
the North American region and the Asia/
Australia/South American (Latin) region can be
switched. The default setting is USA (North
America).
1
Check that the main unit is in
standby mode.
2
Press and hold button [6], then the
[BAND/ASM] button, and hold both
for more than two seconds.
The radio band switches in the order
shown below each time the buttons
are pressed.
USA → LATIN → ASIA → AUS →
USA www
When the power is turned on, the
broadcast stations will be searched for
automatically and stored in buttons [1]
to [6].
The mode will switch between
LOCAL mode and DX mode each
time the button is turned.
The selected settings will take effect.
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VI
Operation
How to use the optional remote control
Operation
Precautions in use of the remote control
• Be careful when handling the control, especially because it is small and light. Dropping or striking it
hard may damage it, wear out the battery or cause a malfunction.
• Keep the remote control free of moisture, dust and water. Do not subject it to shock.
• Do not place the remote control unit where it will get hot, such as on the dashboard or near a heater
vent. Allowing the remote control unit to overheat may warp its case or cause other problems.
• Do not operate the remote control unit while driving because doing so could cause an accident.
• When using the remote control, point it toward the remote control light receptor.
• The light receptor may not operate correctly if it is exposed to bright light such as direct sunlight.
• Remove the batteries from the remote control unit whenever it is not to be used for a long time.
Cleaning the remote control
• Use a dry cloth to keep the remote control clean. If the remote control unit gets extremely dirty, clean
it with a cloth lightly moistened with diluted liquid detergent.
• In no event should alcohol, benzine or thinner be used. These substances will damage the case or
finish.
Remote control (RMC-105)
No.
Button
Name/Working
[PWR] button
a
b
c
d
Turns main unit power ON/
OFF.
[TU] button
Switches to tuner mode.
[BAND] button
Switches radio band.
[ , ] button
Decreases the volume.
[MUTE] button
e
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Activates and deactivates
mute.
How to use the optional remote control
No.
Button
f
g
1
While pressing the back cover of
the remote control unit, slide it in
the direction indicated by the
arrow to remove it.
2
Insert the two batteries as
indicated into the battery
compartment.
3
Slide the back cover in the
direction indicated by the arrow to
close the battery case.
Name/Working
[ d PRESET CH u ] buttons
[ d DISC u ] buttons
Selects radio preset channels.
Can be used to move up and
down folders. (MP3/WMA/AAC)
[MODE] button
Switches audio source mode.
[DISC] button
h
i
j
Switches to DISC mode (CD,
USB or iPod).
[AUX] button
Switches to AUX mode.
[ . ] button
Increases the volume.
VII
[ d TUNE•SEEK u ]buttons
[ > TRACK < ] buttons
k
Selects radio stations and CD
tracks. Searches radio
stations. Fast forward/Rewind.
Replacing the battery
12 WARNING
To prevent accidents, store batteries out of
the reach of children. If a child has
swallowed one, consult a doctor
immediately.
Use two AAA size batteries.
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Various Settings
How to operate the AUDIO CONTROL
Various Settings
Switching audio control modes
Various audio control modes may be fine-tuned using this procedure.
1
Press the [SELECT] button for less than one second to select the item to be
adjusted.
Modes will switch in the order shown below each time the button is pressed.
BASS → MID → TREB → BAL→ FAD→ LOUDNESS→ VOL→ BASS www
Rotary Mode (Turn the [VOL] button)
Mode
Function
Left
Right
BASS
Adjusts bass level.
Decrease level
Increase level
MID
(MIDDLE)
Adjusts middle level.
Decrease level
Increase level
TREB
(TREBLE)
Adjusts treble level.
Decrease level
Increase level
FAD
(FADER)
Adjust front/rear speaker balance.
Decrease level
Increase level
BAL
(BALANCE)
Adjust left/right speaker balance.
Decrease level
Increase level
LOUDNESS
The loudness control may be turned
on to emphasize low and high
frequencies at low volume levels.
Loudness boosts bass and treble at
low volumes.
Select OFF
Select ON
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Various Settings
Making changes with Function Mode
Various Settings
A variety of settings can be changed.
Setting guide tone (Guide Tone)
Switching the Function Mode
The main unit is set at the factory to emit a beep
tone in response to button operation. The guide
tone feature may be disabled in the following
procedure:
1
Press the [FUNCTION] button.
The Menu Selection mode is activated.
2
Press the [SELECT] button to
select the setting item.
When the button is pressed, the
setting item changes in the following
order.
1
Press the [SELECT] button to
select the BEEP ON/OFF.
2
Turn the [VOL] button to select the
guide tone ON/OFF.
The selected settings will take effect.
ATTENTION
EQ Select → BEEP ON/OFF →
DX/LOCAL → AUX ON/ OFF →
Demo ON/ OFF → ILLUMINATION →
EQ Selectwww
*1
*2
*1: Refer to page 33 for details on
Tuner operation.
*2: Refer to page 44 for detail on AUX
operation.
Making changes with Equalizer
Mode
Using EQ (Equalizer), you can adjust the
frequency according to the genre of the musical
instruments.
1
Press the [SELECT] button to
select the EQ select.
2
Turn the [VOL] button.
When the button is turned, the setting
item changes in the following order.
EQ OFF ↔ Sharp ↔ Vocal ↔ Power↔
Custom
The selected settings will take effect.
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When an external amplifier is connected, the
guide tone will not sound.
Switching demonstration screen
display (Demo)
Demonstration screen display settings can be
performed. Default setting is ON.
If the demonstration screen display is set to ON,
operation and other screens will be displayed in
succession.
If you press a button while the demonstration
screens are being displayed, the demonstration
screens will be cancelled and the audio operation
screen will be displayed. If you do not operate
the status display function within 15 seconds, the
display will return automatically to the demo
screen.
1
Press the [SELECT] button to
select the Demo.
2
Turn the [VOL] button to select the
Demo ON/OFF.
The selected settings will take effect.
Making changes with Function Mode
Changing illumination color
You can change the button illumination color in
the following way.
1
Press the [SELECT] button to
select the Illumination.
2
Turn the [VOL] button to set
illumination color as follows;
Red ↔ Green
The selected settings will take effect.
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About optional unit
How to operate the main unit with an optional
Direct Cable for iPod
About optional unit
An iPod can be connected to the main unit using an optional Interface Adapter for iPod (iPC-008),
allowing you to listen to iPod music files and operate some iPod functions from the main unit. For
details on connecting the Interface Adapter for iPod, as well as settings and other information, refer to
the OWNER'S MANUAL of the Direct Cable for iPod.
iPod is for legal or right holder-authorized copying only. Don't steal music. iPod is a trademark of Apple
Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Listening to iPod music files (If
an iPod is not connected)
1
Connect an iPod using the optional
Interface Adapter for iPod.
The iPod will begin playing once it is
connected.
ATTENTION
• The iPod will begin playing the music file it
was playing before being connected. If the
main unit cannot detect the music file that
was playing previously, it will begin playing
from the first music file.
• When the iPod is connected using the
optional Direct Cable for iPod, the iPod
cannot be operated directly.
12 CAUTION
• Disconnect headphones and all other
accessories from the iPod before
connecting it to the optional Direct
Cable for iPod. Failure to do so may
make it impossible to operate the iPod
from the main unit.
• If the iPod's equalizer has been
customized, sound output may be
distorted when it is connected to the
optional Direct Cable for iPod.
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Listening to iPod music files
(If an iPod is connected)
1
Switch to the iPod mode.
For details, refer to "Switching Audio
Modes" on page 14.
How to operate the main unit with an optional Direct Cable for iPod
Advancing to the next music file
or returning to the beginning of
the music file being played
1
3
:
The following information is displayed according to the selected
search mode item.
Press the [TRACK/SEEK] button
briefly.
:
Playlists:
The playlist selected on the iPod is
displayed
Advances to the next music file.
:
Artists:
Artist names are displayed
Returns to the beginning of the
music files being played. (Repeat
pressing for previous music files.)
Albums:
Album names are displayed
Fast Forward/Rewind
1
Songs:
Music file names are displayed
Press and hold [TRACK/SEEK]
button.
Podcasts:
Podcasts names are displayed
:
:
Searching for a music file
The iPod search mode can be operated from the
main unit.
1
Press the [BAND/ASM] button.
:
The search mode is activated.
2
Turn the [VOL] button to select the
search mode item.
:
Search mode items are selected in
the following order.
Playlists ↔ Artists ↔ Albums ↔
Songs ↔ Podcasts ↔ Genres ↔
Playlists
X
Genres:
Genre names are displayed
Fast forward.
Rewind.
Press the [SELECT] button.
4
Turn the [VOL] button to select the
desired search mode item, then
press the [SELECT] button.
:
If SONGS and PODCASTS are
selected, the selected song will be
played. If another search mode
item is selected, continue the
selection process until you have
selected a song.
All files in the selected list (playlist,
artist, album and genres) will be
played back and repeated.
* When selecting files in Search
mode, the [1] button can be used
to skip back 10 files, and the [2]
button can be used to skip
forward 10 files.
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About optional unit
ATTENTION
• Each search item mode will display
information in the following order before
displaying music file information:
Search mode
1
Press the button [6].
Display order
:
Playlists → Songs
Playlists
Artists
Artists → Albums → Songs
Albums
Albums → Songs
Genres
Genres → Artists → Albums →
Songs
Songs
Songs
Podcasts
Podcasts
• The ALL option on iPod is displayed in the
Playlists search mode. Select Playlists to
play back all files.
Repeating the same music file
(REPEAT)
1
Playing music files in random
order (SHUFFLE)
Press the button [5].
:
Pressing on the button causes the
iPod to repeat the music file
currently being played, until the
button is pressed again.
Each time the button is pressed,
the following music files are played
back in random order, and then
they are canceled.
Songs → Albums → OFF
ATTENTION
• When any of the functions- REPEAT and
RANDOM is selected, a message such as
[RPT], [ALL-RAND] or [RAND] appears on
the display to verify the current function.
• REPEAT and RANDOM both operate in the
same manner as the REPEAT and
SHUFFLE modes on iPod.
Displaying text
The display can be switched to show album
name, artist name and song name.
1
Press the [DISP] button.
:
Displaying items (Display details)
are scrolled and displaying, information is changed in following
order.
Track No. & elapsed time → Clock →
Album name → Artist name →
Song name →Track No. & elapsed
timewww
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How to operate the main unit with an optional Direct Cable for iPod
ATTENTION
• Text recorded with characters other than
alphanumeric and symbols cannot be
displayed.
• Characters that cannot be displayed are
displayed as * (asterisks).
• If there is no file stored in iPod, [NO FILE]
will appear.
X
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About optional unit
Others
About optional unit
Connecting portable audio
players to the AUX jack
Use a commonly available accessory cable with
the RCA connector to connect a portable audio
player to the AUX (auxiliary) jack of this system.
The default setting for AUX is OFF.
1
Turn on the portable audio player
and start its play function.
The AUX mode is activated.
For details, refer to "Switching Audio
Modes" on page 14.
ATTENTION
Switching the AUX mode on and off
1
Press the [FUNCTION] button.
The function mode is activated.
2
Press the [SELECT] button to
select the AUX ON/OFF.
The AUX ON/OFF mode is activated.
3
Turn the [VOL] button to select the
ON/OFF mode.
It switches between ON and OFF each
time the button is turned.
The selected settings will take effect.
• While the AUX mode is activated, actions
such as turning off the audio player or
pulling out the connection cord may cause
noise spikes that can damage the system
speakers. Be sure to avoid this possibility
by turning off system power or switching
from AUX mode to another mode before
shutting off or disconnecting the portable
audio player.
• Audio output levels will differ for the various
devices that can be connected by this
method. Carefully adjust volume until the
output level of the connected player is
known.
• Before using a portable audio player in a
vehicle, read the player's operation manual
carefully
and
confirm
problem-free
operation in the vehicle before proceeding.
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If you have a question:
If you have a question:
Other information
First check the item mentioned below before attempting to troubleshoot problems.
12 CAUTION
When the front panel is removed, the reset button will be visible on the main unit.
If a problem occurs, for instance when the main unit does not respond to any button presses, or the
display doesn't work correctly, press the [RESET] button using a paper clip or similar item.
Pressing the [RESET] button will delete all the entries from memory. The settings will return to
those made at the factory prior to shipment.
Displayed information (for troubleshooting)
The information listed in the chart below is displayed to show the status of the CD, USB memory and
iPod. Refer to the chart for the appropriate action.
Information Contents
Explanation and remedial action to take
NO FILE
IF THERE ARE NO FILES
IN THE CD-R OR USB
MEMORY
Confirm the file.
NO USB
IF NO USB MEMORY IS
INSERTED OR THE
MEMORY IS NOT
COMPATIBLE
• Confirm connection with USB memory.
• Confirm USB memory standards.
COM ERR
If this condition persists, please contact your dealer.
NO iPod
iPod IS NOT CONNECTED
Make sure iPod is connected correctly.
READING...
iPod IS SENDING DATA
Wait until the message disappears before operating.
NO DATA
THERE ARE NO MUSIC
FILES STORED IN iPod
Check files in iPod.
ERROR1
iPod STOPPED SENDING
DATA FOR SOME REASON
Check connection with iPod.
ERROR2
iPod SOFTWARE NOT
SUPPORTED
Check iPod software.
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Other information
Mode
Problem
Dead or weak
sound
Power does not
turn on.
Common
to all
Frequencies or
titles set in
memory are
deleted.
No guide tone
sounds.
The remote
control does not
work.
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Causes
Remedial action to take
Refer
to
page
Is the volume control up sufficiently?
Turn up the volume control.
14
Is the muting function in effect (MUTE)?
Cancel the muting (MUTE)
function.
14
Is the fader or balance control set far to one
side?
Readjust the fader and
balance controls to more
normal positions.
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Other probable causes include broken
audio-signal wiring or a faulty speaker.
Have your dealer check the
problem.
—
Are there too electrical items installed,
causing a lack of power?
Have your dealer check the
problem.
—
Other probable causes include a run-down
car battery, broken power or
interconnection wiring.
Have your dealer check the
problem.
—
Has the car battery been disconnected for
repair or checked out?
Reenter them into memory.
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Are there too electrical items installed and
causing lack of available power?
Have your dealer check the
problem.
—
Other probable causes include run-down
car battery, broken power or
interconnection wiring.
Have your dealer check the
problem.
—
Is the guide tone disabled?
Enable the guide tone.
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Is the main unit connected to an external
amplifier?
When an external amplifier is
connected, the guide tone will
not sound.
38
Is the battery low?
Replace battery.
35
Is the battery installed in reverse polarity?
Reinstall the battery in the
correct polarity.
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Is direct sunlight hitting the remote control
light receptor?
Use the remote control close
to the receptor.
—
Other probable causes include a
malfunctioning remote control.
Have your dealer check the
problem.
—
If you have a question:
Mode
Remedial action to take
Refer
to
page
The disc cannot
Is an extra label or seal applied to the disc?
be inserted.
The disc is
ejected as soon
as it is inserted. Are there rough edges, deformations or
damaged areas on the disc?
Or, the disc
cannot
be ejected.
Do not apply labels or seals to
the disc.
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Try inserting another disc.
Remove any burrs.
Do not use a deformed or
damaged disc.
16
Is the disc damaged?
(scratched, warped, etc.)
Try another disc. Do not play
a damaged disc.
16
Is the disc clean?
Clean the disc.
17
Is the player mounted at a proper angle?
Is the player mounted loosely?
Have your dealer check it out.
—
Are you driving over a rough surface?
Avoid playback while driving
over rough surfaces.
12
Is the antenna retracted?
Extend the antenna.
—
Is the tuner correctly tuned to a station?
Tune to a station.
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Tune to a local station.
(Please note, there may be
no local stations servicing the
area where you are currently
driving.)
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Avoid operating such main
computer, or a mobile phone, in your
vehicle at the same time as your main unit? unit while using the main unit.
—
Other problems may include a loose or
disconnected antenna cable, a bad antenna
cable or a bad wiring.
—
Problem
CD
Sound skips
around.
Sound is
intermittent.
Sound is bad in
quality.
Causes
Are you driving outside the service area of
Tuner
Receives no your preset stations?
stations, or
receives static
Are you operating other main unit such as
noise.
Have your authorized Eclipse
retailer check the problem.
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Other information
Specifications
Other information
<GENERAL>
Power Supply
Current Drain
Dimensions (W x H x D)
In-Dash Main unit
Mass (weight)
Usage temperature range
Storage temperature range
14.4V DC (11-16V)
3A
7“ x 2” x 6-1/2“ (178 x 50 x 164.9mm)
Approx. 2.1kg
-20°C to +65°C (-4°F to +149°F )
-40°C to +85°C (-20°F to +185°F )
<FM TUNER>
Frequency Range
USA:
Asia:
Australia:
Latin America:
Usable Sensitivity
50dB Quieting Sensitivity
Frequency Response
Stereo Separation
87.75~107.9MHz (0.2MHz step)
87.5~108MHz (0.05MHz step)
87.5~108MHz (0.1MHz step)
87.75~107.9MHz (0.1MHz step)
15dBf
24dBf
30~15,000Hz,± 3dB
38dB (1kHz)
Frequency Range
USA:
Asia:
Australia:
Latin America:
Usable Sensitivity
530~1,710kHz (10kHz step)
522~1,629kHz (9kHz step)
522~1,710kHz (9kHz step)
530~1,710kHz (10kHz step)
22µV
<AM TUNER>
<CD SECTION>
Frequency Response
Wow & Flutter
Stereo Separation
S/N Ratio (A-weighted)
Dynamic Range
Total Harmonic Distortion
20Hz~20kHz, ±3dB
Below measurable limits
80dB
90dB
90dB
0.008%
<USB MEMORY SECTION>
Frequency Response
S/N Ratio (A-weighted)
Total Harmonic Distortion
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20Hz~20kHz ±3dB
90dB
0.008 %
Specifications
<AUDIO AMPLIFIER>
Power Output
Output Level/Impedance
Loudness
14W x 4 (20Hz~20kHz, 1% THD, 4Ω,
Vcc=14.4V)
Max. 40W x 4
3V/55Ω line-out impedance
+10dB at 100Hz/+6dB at 10kHz
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Other information
How to contact customer service
Other information
Should the product require service, please contact the Eclipse nearest to you.
<U.S.A/CANADA>
Fujitsu Ten Corp. of America
19600 South Vermont Avenue, Torrance, CA 90502
Phone: 1-800-233-2216 (Information)
<AUSTRALIA>
Fujitsu Ten (Australia) PTY LTD.
89 Cook Street Port Melbourne, Victoria 3207 Australia
Phone: 1800 211 411
Fax: 03 9646 8084
<MALAYSIA>
CSE Automotive Technologies Sdn. Bhd.
Level 5, Axis Plaza, Jalan U1/44, Glenmarie, 40150 Shah Alam,
Selangor D.E., Malaysia
Phone: 03-5569-4200
Fax: 03-5569-4201
<SINGAPORE>
Cobara Singapore Pte Ltd
#07-02 King's Centre 390, Havelock Road Singapore 169662
Phone: 6737 2568
Fax : 6737 9538
<KOREA>
J & TED TRADE
Toy Bldg 2F, 1815 San Kyuk 2 Dong, Buk Gu, Daegu, Korea
Phone: (053) 382-8248
Fax: (053) 382-8249
<TAIWAN>
Sentrek Taiwan, LTD.
1, 9F, Lane 155, Section 3, Peishen RD., Shenkeng, Taipei Hsien, 222
Taiwan, R.O.C.
Phone: 02-2662-8110
Fax: 02-2662-8117
<INDONESIA>
PT. Anugrah Valova Electrindo.
Jl.Bukit Gading Raya Blok P 21-22, Kelepa Gading Barat, Jakarta 14240
Phone: (021) 4585-2857
Fax: (021) 4586-5710
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How to contact customer service
<THAILAND>
Safe-T-Cut (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
114/9 Soi Suwansawadi, Thungmahamek, Rama 4 Rd., Sathorn,
Bangkok 10120, Thailand.
Phone: 02-671-9610-12
Fax: 02-671-9614
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