Owner`s manual | Eclipse - Fujitsu Ten AVN726E GPS Receiver User Manual

OWNER'S MANUAL
DVD-Video / USB Multi-Source Receiver /
7" Wide Screen Monitor / Navigation /
Built-in Bluetooth ® wireless technology
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Table of Contents
Before Use
1. Safety precautions............................................................ 14
2. Viewing this Document. .................................................. 18
3. About This Receiver ......................................................... 19
Control Names and Operations........................................................................19
Panel buttons ................................................................................................................. 19
Touch switch .................................................................................................................. 20
About touch switch operations .................................................................................. 20
Turning the POWER ON or OFF .......................................................................21
Turn on the power .......................................................................................................... 21
Turn off the audio ........................................................................................................... 21
Loading/Unloading a Disc ................................................................................22
Loading a disc ................................................................................................................ 22
Unloading a disc............................................................................................................. 23
Adjusting the Display Angle.............................................................................24
About “SD memory card” slot..........................................................................25
About Modes of this Receiver ..........................................................................26
Starting each Mode ...........................................................................................27
Navigation screen........................................................................................................... 27
Audio operations screen................................................................................................. 27
About screen display ...................................................................................................... 27
Operation Conditions of this Receiver ............................................................28
4. Main Unit Settings ............................................................ 29
Camera Setting ..................................................................................................29
Guide Tone Setting............................................................................................30
Color Pattern Setting.........................................................................................30
Button Illumination Setting...............................................................................31
Navi Voice Output Setting ................................................................................32
VTR Input Setting ..............................................................................................32
Screen Adjustment and Setting .......................................................................33
Picture quality adjustment screen display ...................................................................... 33
Switching between night picture and day picture. ......................................................... 34
Hiding screens................................................................................................................ 34
Picture quality adjustment .............................................................................................. 34
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Brightness ................................................................................................................. 34
Color balance (only applies to Video screen)............................................................ 34
Color density (only applies to Video screen) ............................................................. 34
ESN (Eclipse Security Network) Setting .........................................................35
ESN setting screen display ........................................................................................... 35
Operation of ESN security.............................................................................................. 36
Unlocking ESN security lock .......................................................................................... 36
Cancelling ESN security................................................................................................. 37
Setting display of security indicator ................................................................................ 37
5. Bluetooth Hands-Free Operation .................................... 38
Using Bluetooth Hands-Free ...........................................................................38
Hands-free screen display.............................................................................................. 38
Registering a cell phone................................................................................................. 38
Registering from a cell phone ................................................................................... 39
Register by searching for cell phone on this receiver ............................................... 39
Deleting cell phone registration ...................................................................................... 40
Connecting a cell phone................................................................................................. 41
Cancelling a cell phone connection................................................................................ 41
Making a call ..................................................................................................................42
Entering the telephone number to make the call. ..................................................... 42
Calling from call history ............................................................................................. 42
Calling from the telephone book ............................................................................... 43
Receiving a call .............................................................................................................. 44
Ending a call (call refusal) .............................................................................................. 44
Adjusting the ringtone volume ........................................................................................ 44
Adjusting the talking volume........................................................................................... 44
Hands-free settings ........................................................................................................ 45
Auto Answer settings ................................................................................................ 45
Ringtone settings ...................................................................................................... 45
Auto Connect settings ............................................................................................... 45
PIN Code setting ....................................................................................................... 45
Starting Out
1. About GPS Navigation ..................................................... 46
Before Using the GPS Navigation....................................................................46
Simple mode and Advanced mode ................................................................................ 46
Viewing Navigation Screen ..............................................................................46
Screen switches and other operations ........................................................................... 46
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Operation
1. Navigation Overview ........................................................ 48
Navigation Menu................................................................................................48
Navigation Details Setting Screen ...................................................................48
Settings menu ................................................................................................................ 48
Quick Menu .................................................................................................................... 50
Route menu.................................................................................................................... 51
Management menu ........................................................................................................ 51
User data management.................................................................................................. 52
Map screen settings ....................................................................................................... 52
Route planning option .................................................................................................... 53
Road Types Used for Route Planning:...................................................................... 54
Route calculation methods: ....................................................................................... 54
Navigation settings ......................................................................................................... 55
Regional settings............................................................................................................ 55
Time and Time Zone Settings ................................................................................... 56
Warning settings............................................................................................................. 56
Menu settings ................................................................................................................. 57
Track log settings .......................................................................................................... 57
TMC settings .................................................................................................................. 58
Safety Mode settings ..................................................................................................... 58
Trip information screen................................................................................................... 58
Trip computer screen ..................................................................................................... 60
Screen Adjustment and Setting .......................................................................61
Day screen and night screen ......................................................................................... 61
Screen color in tunnels................................................................................................... 61
Volume settings ............................................................................................................. 61
Map Display........................................................................................................62
Present location display ................................................................................................ 62
Cursor menu................................................................................................................... 63
Position menu................................................................................................................. 65
Checking vicinity information.......................................................................................... 65
Map menu operations..................................................................................................... 66
Map screen status information and hiding operation ..................................................... 68
Using the Cursor (at selected position) .......................................................................... 72
Present location and route tracking ............................................................................... 73
Returning to normal Map screen ................................................................................... 73
Position determination (Cursor) ..................................................................................... 74
Displaying original position in cursor menu ................................................................... 74
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Switching to desired scale.............................................................................................. 74
Enabling smart zoom ................................................................................................ 75
Fine-tuning Smart Zoom ........................................................................................... 75
Driving track display ....................................................................................................... 75
Using logs ...................................................................................................................... 75
Recording the travelled path (creating a Track Log) ................................................. 76
Simulating a Track Log on the map ......................................................................... 76
Changing the color of a Track Log ........................................................................... 77
Saving route ................................................................................................................... 77
Loading saved route....................................................................................................... 78
Map screen..................................................................................................................... 78
About roads .................................................................................................................... 82
3D Object types ............................................................................................................. 82
Managing facilities information ...................................................................................... 82
Itinerary display ............................................................................................................. 84
Route editing ..................................................................................................................85
Route information screen .............................................................................................. 85
Facility information, storage, and revision ..................................................................... 87
Saving POIs .............................................................................................................. 87
Managing POIs ......................................................................................................... 87
Managing saved search criteria .................................................................................... 87
Using Keyboard Screen ...................................................................................88
Navigation Guidance
1. Navigation Guidance ........................................................ 89
Destination Setting............................................................................................89
Setting from Map Scroll ...................................................................................89
Setting from Address ........................................................................................90
Entering Address............................................................................................................ 90
Entering addresses for repeating house number allocation ........................................... 91
Entering address without knowing district or suburb ...................................................... 92
Selecting from intersection ............................................................................................. 93
Selecting from city center ............................................................................................... 94
Selecting from ZIP code ................................................................................................. 95
Entering quick address................................................................................................... 96
Setting from Favorites ......................................................................................96
Setting from Facility Information .....................................................................96
Selecting from facility information .................................................................................. 96
Select from saved facility information search criteria ..................................................... 98
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Setting from History ..........................................................................................98
Setting from Coordinates ................................................................................98
Search Menu .....................................................................................................99
Display route (in accordance with screen) .................................................................... 99
Traffic ............................................................................................................................. 99
Route Search and Advanced Search ............................................................100
Creating multiple destinations (adding intermediate points) ........................................ 100
Creating multiple destinations (adding new destination) ............................................. 101
Deleting an intermediate point from the route ............................................................. 102
Detour menu................................................................................................................. 102
About Destination History ..............................................................................102
Managing history ......................................................................................................... 102
Deleting Destination History ..........................................................................102
Deleting active route .................................................................................................... 102
Managing saved routes ............................................................................................... 103
Managing Track Logs .................................................................................................. 103
Demonstration (Demo)....................................................................................104
Viewing a route demonstration .................................................................................... 104
2. Storing Locations .......................................................... 105
Managing Favorites ........................................................................................105
3. What to Do When... ......................................................... 106
About GPS Satellite Quality and Status ........................................................106
About Speed Warnings ..................................................................................107
About Road Safety Cameras .........................................................................107
Saving road safety cameras ........................................................................................ 107
Camera warning .......................................................................................................... 108
Road Safety Camera types ......................................................................................... 108
Road Safety Camera directions ................................................................................... 109
Optional Features
1. Rear View Camera Operations ...................................... 110
Imaging with the Rear View Camera..............................................................111
When camera is set to AUTO ...................................................................................... 111
When camera is set to MANUAL ................................................................................. 111
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What to Do When...
1. Display of Connection Status Information .................. 113
Display of Connection Status Information ...................................................113
2. Accuracy and Error ........................................................ 114
About measurement accuracy ......................................................................114
About GPS Satellite Quality and Status .......................................................114
About Errors in Present Location Display ....................................................115
About Correction of Vehicle Position Detection by Map Matching ...........115
About Accuracy of Present Position Display and Route Guidance ..........115
About Road and Place-Name Data.................................................................117
About Route Guidance ...................................................................................117
Starting Out
1. Before Use....................................................................... 119
About Discs......................................................................................................121
Operation
1. Switching Audio Source ................................................ 124
Switching the Audio Source...........................................................................124
Display of Audio Operations Screen .............................................................124
Stopping audio mode......................................................................................124
2. Source Operations Screen............................................. 125
3. Volume Control .............................................................. 127
Main Volume Control.......................................................................................127
4. Adjusting sound quality................................................. 128
Display of Audio Settings Screen ..................................................................128
Adjusting audio balance .................................................................................128
Sub-Woofer Settings ......................................................................................129
Setting sub-woofer level ............................................................................................... 129
Switching the phase .................................................................................................... 129
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Setting low pass filter .................................................................................................. 130
Setting Loudness ...........................................................................................130
Setting Source Volume Control ....................................................................131
Adjusting Sound Quality.................................................................................132
Adjusting sound quality ............................................................................................... 132
Storing sound quality.................................................................................................... 132
Use a preset sound quality........................................................................................... 133
5. Screen Settings............................................................... 134
Switching Between Screen Modes ...............................................................134
Other operations
1. About Remote Control ................................................... 135
Remote Control Operations............................................................................135
Precautions for use ...................................................................................................... 135
About cleaning.............................................................................................................. 135
Remote control ........................................................................................................ 135
Exchanging Batteries......................................................................................136
Audio Operations
1. Using Radio..................................................................... 137
Using Radio .....................................................................................................137
Listening to Radio ...........................................................................................137
Tune a Desired Station....................................................................................137
Manual Tuning.............................................................................................................. 137
Auto Tuning .................................................................................................................. 138
Selecting from preset switch ........................................................................................ 138
Selecting Radio Band......................................................................................138
Saving Station in Memory...............................................................................139
Manual saving .............................................................................................................. 139
Automatic saving .......................................................................................................... 139
2. Using HD Radio .............................................................. 140
Using HD Radio ..............................................................................................140
Listening to Radio ...........................................................................................140
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Select Desired Station.....................................................................................141
Manual Tuning.............................................................................................................. 141
Auto Tuning .................................................................................................................. 141
Selecting from preset switch ........................................................................................ 141
Selecting a Radio Band...................................................................................141
Saving Station in Memory...............................................................................142
Manual Saving.............................................................................................................. 142
Automatic saving .......................................................................................................... 142
Displaying title information ............................................................................143
Obtaining Tag Information .............................................................................143
Receiving Sub-channel Broadcasts .............................................................144
3. How to Use SIRIUS Satellite Radio ............................... 145
Using SIRIUS satellite radio ...........................................................................145
Listening to SIRIUS Satellite Radio ...............................................................145
Checking SIRIUS ID.........................................................................................146
Changing SIRIUS Band ...................................................................................146
Selecting Channel to Listen to .......................................................................146
Selecting from category................................................................................................ 146
Manually selecting channel .......................................................................................... 147
Automatically selecting channel ................................................................................... 147
Selecting a channel by entering it directly. .................................................................. 147
Saving Channels..............................................................................................148
Selecting Preset Channel ...............................................................................148
Displaying Information about Current Broadcast ........................................149
4. How to Use XM Satellite Radio ...................................... 150
Using XM Satellite Radio ................................................................................150
Listening to XM satellite radio........................................................................150
Checking RADIO ID .........................................................................................151
Changing XM Band .........................................................................................151
Selecting Channel to Listen to .......................................................................151
Selecting from category................................................................................................ 151
Manually selecting channel .......................................................................................... 152
Automatically selecting channel ................................................................................... 152
Selecting a channel by entering it directly. .................................................................. 152
Saving Channels..............................................................................................153
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Selecting Preset Channel ...............................................................................153
Displaying Information about Current Broadcast ........................................153
5. Using CD Player.............................................................. 155
Using CD Player...............................................................................................155
Listening to CD ................................................................................................155
Selecting Track to Listen to............................................................................155
Fast Forwarding/Rewinding ...........................................................................156
Finding Desired Track.....................................................................................156
Repeating Same Track ....................................................................................156
Random Play....................................................................................................156
6. Using MP3/WMA Player ................................................. 157
Using MP3/WMA Player ..................................................................................157
Playing MP3/WMA File ...................................................................................157
Selecting desired folder..................................................................................158
Selecting from folder list ............................................................................................... 158
Select from linked folders ............................................................................................ 159
Selecting Desired Music File ..........................................................................159
Selecting from file name switch.................................................................................... 159
Select from linked files ................................................................................................. 160
Fast Forward/Rewind ......................................................................................160
Finding Desired Music File .............................................................................160
Repeating Music File.......................................................................................161
Random Play....................................................................................................161
About MP3/WMA..............................................................................................162
About supported MP3 file standards ............................................................................ 162
About supported WMA file standards .......................................................................... 162
About ID3/WMA tags.................................................................................................... 163
About supported media types....................................................................................... 163
About format of discs.................................................................................................... 163
About file names........................................................................................................... 164
Multi-sessions............................................................................................................... 165
About playing MP3/WMA ............................................................................................. 165
About MP3/WMA playing time display ......................................................................... 165
Creating and Playing MP3/WMA Files ...........................................................165
Downloading from MP3/WMA music sites on the Internet ........................................... 165
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Converting music CD into MP3/WMA files ................................................................... 166
Writing MP3/WMA files on CD-R/RW disc ................................................................... 166
Playing back CD-R/RW ................................................................................................ 166
7. Using USB Music File Player ........................................ 167
Using USB Music File Player..........................................................................167
Playing USB Music Files.................................................................................167
Selecting Desired Folder ................................................................................168
Selecting from folder list ............................................................................................... 168
Select from linked folders ............................................................................................ 168
Selecting Desired Music File .........................................................................169
Selecting from file name switch.................................................................................... 169
Select from linked files ................................................................................................. 169
Fast Forward/Rewind ......................................................................................170
Finding Desired Music File ............................................................................170
Repeating Music File.......................................................................................170
Random Play of Music Files ...........................................................................171
About USB Devices .........................................................................................171
About supported USB memory standards.................................................................... 171
Supported MP3 file standards ...................................................................................... 171
ID3 tags ........................................................................................................................ 171
Format of USB memory................................................................................................ 172
Visual operations
1. Before Using the DVD Player......................................... 173
Advantages of Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) ..................................................173
Multi-Audio Function..................................................................................................... 173
Multi-Angle Function..................................................................................................... 173
Subtitle Display Function.............................................................................................. 173
Discs .................................................................................................................174
Types of Playable Discs ............................................................................................... 174
Region Code of Playable Disc...................................................................................... 174
Mark Indicated on Disc................................................................................................. 175
Disc Configuration ........................................................................................................ 175
Products equipped with Macrovision............................................................176
Operation Flow ................................................................................................176
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2. Using the DVD Player ..................................................... 177
Using the DVD Player......................................................................................177
Watching a DVD Video ....................................................................................177
Video Operations.............................................................................................178
Playing a Video ............................................................................................................ 178
Fast Forward/Rewind ................................................................................................... 178
Fast Forwarding or Rewinding Using Panel Switch ................................................ 178
Fast Forwarding or Rewinding Using Touch Switches............................................ 178
Pausing a Video ........................................................................................................... 178
Stopping a Video .......................................................................................................... 179
Disc Menu Operations.....................................................................................179
Finding a Desired Video..................................................................................179
Finding by Chapter ....................................................................................................... 179
Finding by Title Number ............................................................................................... 180
Finding by chapter number........................................................................................... 180
Changing the Touch Switch Display .............................................................181
Hiding the Touch Switch............................................................................................... 181
Relocating the Touch Switch Display ........................................................................... 181
Changing the Screen Display and Audio Mode............................................182
Changing the Angle...................................................................................................... 182
Changing the Subtitle Language .................................................................................. 182
Changing the Audio Language..................................................................................... 183
Switching DVD setting display.......................................................................184
DVD Player Setting ..........................................................................................185
Specifying the Audio Language.................................................................................... 186
Entering the Code ................................................................................................... 186
Specifying the Subtitle Language................................................................................. 187
Entering the Code ................................................................................................... 187
Specifying the Menu Language.................................................................................... 188
Entering the Code ................................................................................................... 188
Setting display of multi-angle mark .............................................................................. 189
Specifying the Parental Screening Level...................................................................... 189
Switching the Video Output .......................................................................................... 190
Language Code List ........................................................................................191
3. Using the VTR ................................................................. 192
Using the VTR ..................................................................................................192
Playing the VTR ...............................................................................................192
Changing the VTR Setting Screen .................................................................193
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4. Using the DivX Player..................................................... 194
Using the DivX Player .....................................................................................194
Playing the DivX ..............................................................................................195
Video Operations.............................................................................................195
Fast Forward/Rewind ................................................................................................... 195
Pausing a Video ........................................................................................................... 195
Select the folder to view .................................................................................196
Select from the folder list.............................................................................................. 196
Select from continuous folder....................................................................................... 196
Select the file to view ......................................................................................196
Select from file name switch......................................................................................... 196
Select from linked files ................................................................................................. 197
Fast Forward/Rewind ......................................................................................197
Repeating a video file......................................................................................197
Random Play....................................................................................................198
Changing the Subtitle Language ...................................................................198
Changing the Audio Language ......................................................................199
Display DivX VOD code...................................................................................200
Caution display while playing VOD Rental file .............................................201
Switching the Video Output............................................................................201
About DivX .......................................................................................................202
About the DivX standards that can be played back...................................................... 202
How to operate portable audio devices
1. Using the iPod® Player................................................... 203
Using the iPod Player......................................................................................203
Listening to the iPod .......................................................................................203
Fast Forward/Rewind ......................................................................................204
Selecting the Desired Music or Video File ....................................................204
Finding a Desired Music File ..........................................................................204
View the list of playing back...........................................................................205
Setting to the iPod Video Mode......................................................................206
Select the video file to view from the list ...................................................................... 206
Pausing.............................................................................................................207
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Repeatedly Playing the Same Music File ......................................................207
Random Play of Music Files ...........................................................................208
Listen randomly from the list that is playing ................................................................. 208
Listen to an album randomly ........................................................................................ 208
Listen all music files random ........................................................................................ 209
2. Using Bluetooth Audio................................................... 210
Using Bluetooth Audio....................................................................................210
Registration of portable devices ................................................................................... 210
Registration from the portable device ..................................................................... 210
Register by searching for a portable device on this receiver .................................. 211
Connection of the portable device................................................................................ 212
Cancelling a portable device connection...................................................................... 213
Listening to the portable device.................................................................................... 213
Stop the playback......................................................................................................... 214
Selecting a Desired Music............................................................................................ 214
Fast forward / rewind.................................................................................................... 214
Repeating the Same Track........................................................................................... 214
Random Play................................................................................................................ 215
Others
1. About the Steering Wheel Switches ............................. 216
Setting the steering wheel switch functions.................................................216
Reading the steering wheel switch data .......................................................217
Manual setting of steering wheel switch functions......................................218
Compatibility with Steering Wheel Switches ................................................220
Reference
1. Necessary Information ................................................... 222
If the Following Messages Appear.................................................................222
When You Think There Is a Malfunction .......................................................226
2. Glossary .......................................................................... 228
3. Specifications ................................................................. 229
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Before Use
Safety precautions
WARNING
● Do not modify this system for any uses 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.
● The main unit requires a 12V DC power supply. The main unit should not be installed in any
vehicle which does not have a 12 V power system with a ground-connected negative side. An
installation other than the one intended may cause severe damage to the main unit, electric
shock or personal injury.
● Never install the main unit where it will interfere with safe operation of the vehicle.
● Never block the drivers' view. Do not install the main unit where it may interfere with operation
of the brakes, the steering or safety systems, such as seat belts and air bags.
● Before drilling holes in a vehicle for installation, be sure to 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, apply rust prevention and leak prevention measures at the
drilling area. Otherwise, fire or electric shock could occur.
● When installing the 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 non-conductive tape or plastic ties so that wires do not interfere with vehicle
operation, including the 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 damage to the main unit and vehicle, including fire, never supply power to an installed
main unit in a way that 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.
● Air bags are a vital part of a safety system. Never install 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.
● When installation is complete, test all vehicle electrical systems to ensure they operate
correctly, including lights, horn, brake lights, and emergency flashers.
● For your protection, never use a power drill without wearing 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 they are not used. Proper insulation
prevents arcs, shocks and fires.
● Some devices require the use of batteries. Never install main unit where young children can get
access to batteries. If a battery is swallowed, seek immediate medical attention.
● When the vehicle is in motion, never take your eyes off the road to make adjustments to the
main unit. To prevent accidents, keep your eyes on the road. Do not lose concentration on your
driving when operating or making adjustments to the main unit.
● The driver should not look at the screen while driving. Doing so may result in as accident.
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● Do not place foreign objects in the disc insertion slot or iPod/USB input terminal. Fire or shocks
may result.
● Do not disassemble or alter this main unit. Doing so may result in an accident, fire or shock.
● Do not let water or foreign objects enter the internal parts of this main unit. Doing so may result
in smoke, fire or shock.
● Do not use when main unit is malfunctioning (the screen is not lit or no sound comes out). Doing
so may result in an accident, fire or shock.
● Always replace fuses with fuses of identical capacity and characteristics. Never use a fuse with
a higher capacity than the original fuse. Using the wrong type of fuse may cause a fire or severe
damage.
● If foreign objects or water enters the main unit, smoke or a strange odor may be emitted. If this
occurs, stop using the main unit immediately and contact your dealer. Accidents, fire, or shocks
may result if you continue to use the main unit under these conditions.
● The driver should not change the Disc or iPod/USB memory while driving. Doing so may result
in as accident. You must first stop or park your car in a safe location and then proceed to
remove or insert the Disc and/or iPod/USB.
● Plastic bags and wrappings may cause suffocation and death. Keep these objects away from
babies and children. Never place bags or wrappings over anyone's head or mouth.
● Be sure to park the vehicle in a safe location and set the parking brake before watching DVDs
or videos. For safety reasons, only the sound of DVDs or videos will be emitted while the vehicle
is in motion.
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Before Use
Safety precautions
CAUTION
● Wiring and installing this main unit requires expertise and experience. Professional installation
is recommended. Consult with your dealer or a professional installation expert. Incorrect wiring
may damage the main unit or interfere with safe operation of the vehicle.
● Use only specified accessory parts. Using other parts may cause damage to the main unit or
cause parts to dislodge and fall or fly off the main unit.
● Do not install the main unit in places where it may be exposed to dew condensation (around the
air conditioning hose, etc.), or in locations where it may come in contact with water, high levels
of moisture, dust or oily smoke. If water, moisture, dust or oily smoke enters this main unit,
smoke, fires or malfunctions may result.
● Do not install in places subject to direct sunlight or where it may be hit directly by hot air from the
heater. This may increase the interior temperature of the main unit, resulting in fires and
malfunctions.
● Do not impede the air flow of the heat sink or vents of this main unit. Impeding the air flow will
cause the interior of the main unit to overheat, and fires may result.
● Connect as specified in the installation manual. If not connected correctly, fires or accidents
may result.
● Install wiring in a manner in which cables will not be pinched by movable parts such as seat
rails, and screw parts of the vehicle body. Accidents, fires and shocks may result from
disconnection and electrical shorts.
● Install wiring in a manner in which cables will not come in contact with metal parts. The wiring
may be be damaged by contact with metal parts, resulting in fire and shocks.
● Avoid all contact with hot surfaces when wiring the 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.
● Be careful that your hands and fingers do not get pinched when adjusting the tilting angle or
closing the display. Injuries may result.
● Do not put your hands or fingers into the disc insertion slot or iPod/USB input terminal.
Injuries may result.
● Do not touch hot parts of the main unit. Fire may result.
● The volume should be set at a moderate level to avoid hearing damage when the main unit is
powered on.
● Do not operate when sound such as distortion is being emitted.
● The main unit uses invisible laser light. Do not disassemble or alter this main unit. If any
problems occur, contact the dealer where you purchased the main unit. Altering this main unit
may cause exposure to laser emissions (which may damage your eyesight), or result in an
accident, fire or shocks.
● If the main unit is dropped or the front panel is damaged, 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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IMPORTANT
● When there is a lot of vibration – when driving on a bad road for example – the main unit may
become inoperable due to it not being able to read data from the disc.
● In cold temperatures, condensation may accumulate on the lens for readings CDs and DVDs
immediately after turning ON the heater. Wait approximately 1 hour for the condensation to
evaporate and the device will operate normally.
Contact the store where you purchased the device if normal operation does not resume after
several hours.
● If using this receiver immediately after having purchased it or after having stored it
disconnected from the vehicle battery, the present location may not be displayed accurately.
Wait a short while and the GPS positioning will correct the displayed position.
● This device is precision-engineered equipment and the information that you record on it after
purchase can be lost as a result of static electricity, electrical noise, vibration and other
influences. It is recommended that you keep a separate record of the information you store in
the main unit.
● Note that the following events are not covered by the warranty.
a Corruption or loss of the data stored in the main unit by the purchaser resulting from failure or
incorrect operation of the main unit, or any problems associated with it, or due to the effects
of electrical noise or other influences.
b Corruption or loss of the data stored in the main unit by the purchaser resulting from misuse
of the main unit by the purchaser or a third party.
c Corruption or loss of data stored in the main unit by the purchaser resulting from failure/repair
of the main unit.
* Please note that by installing or using the main unit, you are regarded as having consented to
the points above.
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Before Use
Viewing this Document.
Section title
A title is assigned for each section.
Item title
A number and title is
assigned for each
item.
Operation title
A title is assigned for
each operation .
Detailed operation
title
A title is assigned for
each detailed
operation.
Operation procedure
Describes the
operation.
Proceed with the
operation as per the
numerical order.
Operation screen
A screen showing
the operation will
appear.
CHECK
In this document, the main unit is generally described using the screens which appear when the
optional devices are connected.
Navigation is mostly described using the North - upwards 1 screen.
About switch display.
When a panel button is to be pressed, button names are shown as
(
,
When a touch switch is to be touched, switch names are shown as ○○○ or [ccc].
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, etc.).
Before Use
About This Receiver
Control Names and Operations
You can operate this receiver by pressing the buttons (panel buttons) or by touching the
switches displayed on the screen (touch switches).
■ Panel buttons
Press each panel button to operate it.
a Phone button
Press to make a telephone call.
b VOL button
Press to adjust volume of audio.
Press to display the audio operation screens.
c AV button
Press to adjust the screen image quality or screen brightness. (Press for
1 second or more)
d NAVI button
Press to display the navigation menu screen.
e MENU button
Press to display the (audio/info) menu screen.
For radio mode:
Press to select station manually.
Press to select station automatically. (Press for 1 second or more)
For CD, MP3/WMA, USB, and iPod mode:
Press to select a track or music file.
f TUNE/TRACK button
Press to fast forward or fast reverse track or music file. (Press for 1
second or more)
For DVD, DivX, and iPod-video mode:
Press to select videos or chapters.
Press to fast forward or fast reverse videos and chapters. (Press for 1
second or more)
g MUTE button
Press to mute sound.
h OPEN/TILT button
Press to open display or adjust angle of screen.
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About This Receiver
■ Touch switch
Touch the switches on the screen to operate.
IMPORTANT
Touch the touch switches with your finger.
Operating touch switches with the point of hard objects such as ballpoint pens or mechanical
pencils can damage screen.
Touch switch
About touch switch operations
● Keep touching the touch switch until “beep” is emitted in response. (When guide tone is set
to ON.)
● To protect the screen, touch the touch switch lightly with your finger.
● When there is no response from switch, remove your finger from the screen and touch
again.
● Disabled touch switches have their color toned down.
● When the switch function is enabled, the switches return to brighter colors.
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Turning the POWER ON or OFF
At ignition, this receiver automatically switches on and displays the Navigation screen*. When
the engine is switched off, this receiver switches off.
* The Navigation screen displays your present location. The Audio operations screen displays
screen of audio source that was playing on last use.
■ Turn on the power
The Caution screen is displayed automatically. After selecting a language, touch [ I Agree ] to
display the Navigation screen.
<Opening screen>
Engine key
<Caution screen>
<Navigation screen>
■ Turn off the audio
● Touch Audio Off on the Menu screen
(If you are on the Navigation screen, switch to the Menu screen to do this.)
ATTENTION
● To turn off the audio power when the Navigation screen is displayed, first switch to the Source
screen,
● When the audio power is turned off, touch the source you wish to change to on the Source
screen. For details, see “Switching the Audio Source” on page 124.
● You cannot turn off the navigation power.
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About This Receiver
Loading/Unloading a
Disc
When you listen to music, insert a CD into the
drive slot. Also, when you play a movie, insert
its DVD into the slot.
■ Loading a disc
1
Press
2
Touch DISC .
.
● The display will open to reveal insertion
slot.
IMPORTANT
This receiver can play 8cm CDs and 8cm
DVDs. To avoid disc problems, insert a disc
without using an adapter.
CAUTION
● You may not be able to open or close the
display when the gearshift lever is set to P
in an automatic transmission car or 1/3/5
or r in a manual transmission car; or
when a bottle or a similar object is placed
in the cup holder. To open or close the
display safely, set the gearshift lever to N
(automatic transmission car) or to the
Neutral position (manual transmission car)
in advance, or empty the cup holder. Make
sure that the car is not in motion by
applying the parking brake and
appropriately stepping on the foot brake in
order to prevent damage or injury.
● Do not place a cup or can on the display
while the display is opened. Doing so may
damage the display.
● When a disc is loaded, do not press
.
CLOSE or
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Disc slot
3
Insert a disc into the slot.
● The display will close automatically when
the disc is inserted.
● Hold a DVD or CD correctly (by inserting
your finger in its center hole and by holding
the disc edge by another finger), face the
disc label side upward, and insert the disc
into the slot.
● When you insert a DVD into slot, its movie
will be played in the DVD mode.
● When you insert a CD into slot, its music
will be played or the MP3/WMA play will
start.
Disc
■ Unloading a disc
IMPORTANT
● When unloading a disc, use the following
notes.
Automatic transmission (AT) car:
If it is difficult to unload disc when the shift
lever is in the P position, shift it to the N
position. (If your car has a column shift
lever, shift it to the P or N position.)
Manual transmission (MT) car:
If it is difficult to unload disc when the shift
lever is in “1”, “3”, “5” or “r” position, shift it
to the Neutral position.
● Take care NOT to close the display when
the ejected disc remains in the slot. If this
caution is not observed, this receiver or the
disc may be scratched.
● Do not attempt to close the front panel by
hand. Doing so may damage the display.
● Do not put cups, cans, or any other objects
on the display when it is open. Doing so
may damage the display.
● Wipe and clean the display immediately if
juice or other liquid spills onto it. If it is not
cleaned, the display may be damaged.
● To protect the display from heat and dust,
keep the display closed except when you
load or unload a disc.
ATTENTION
Press
display.
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for a second or more to open the
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About This Receiver
1
Press
2
Touch DISC .
.
● The disc will be ejected automatically.
Adjusting the Display
Angle
When the screen shines due to ambient
sunlight, you can adjust the angle of the
display.
CAUTION
When adjusting its angle, take care not to
pinch your fingers. Otherwise you may hurt
yourself or the display may fail.
IMPORTANT
● Do not load a disc when the display is
tilted. If this caution is not observed, this
receiver or the disc may be scratched.
3
After removing the disc, touch
CLOSE .
● Press
to close the display.
● When adjusting the display angle, use the
following notes.
Automatic transmission (AT) car:
Adjust the display angle so as not to get in
the way when shifting the AT lever to any
of the P, r, or N positions. (If the lever shift
is interfered with, do not tilt the display.)
Manual transmission (MT) car:
Adjust the display angle so as not to get in
the way when shifting the MT lever to any
of the 1/3/5 or r positions. (If the lever
shift is interfered with, do not tilt the
display.)
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1
Press
2
Touch
or
adjustment.
●
●
3
.
of the angle
:
Each touch returns the display from the
tilted state by 1 step (5°). (Maximum 7
steps, 35°)
:
Each touch tilts the display by 1 step (5 °).
(Maximum 7 steps, 35°)
After adjusting the angle, press
ATTENTION
● You can open the display even when it is
tilted. When you close the display, it returns
to the preset angle.
● If you tilt the display and turn the ignition key
OFF, the display will return to the upright
position. However, when you turn the
ignition key to the ACC or ON position, the
display returns to the preset angle.
About “SD memory card”
slot
● “SD memory card” slot of this unit is used
for map update.
● Once all our map update service are set,
we will announce it on our homepage.
ATTENTION
SD Logo is a trademark.
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About This Receiver
About Modes of this Receiver
The main modes of this receiver are MENU, Navigation, and Audio.
1
2
3
Mode
1
Navigation
Main functions
● Display navigation menu screen
(press
)
● Set destination, guidance
● Receive AM/FM radio
● Receive HD Radio
● Receive SIRIUS/XM satellite radio
2
● CD, MP3/WMA player operations
Audio
(press
)
● Bluetooth audio player operations
● DVD/DivX player operations
● Display VTR video
● iPod operations
● Picture quality adjustment
● Displays audio menu
Change audio source
3
Main menu
(press
● Displays information menu
)
ESN setting
Steering mode switch setting
Rear View camera setting
* Some of these functions cannot be used when driving.
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Starting each Mode
■ About screen display
Press the following switches to switch among
screens.
If DISC is loaded or USB or iPod is connected
while the Navigation screen is displayed, the
screendisplay will appear.
■ Navigation screen
After a short time, the screen display
disappears automatically.
Press
.
■ Audio operations screen
Press
.
(when operating as CD player)*1.
Screen display
ATTENTION
When the iPod is disconnected, a screen
corresponding to the audio source of the
preceding mode is displayed.
(OFF screen)*2
*1
Displayed when audio function is in
operation. For audio operations, see
“Switching the Audio Source” on page
124.
*2
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Displayed when audio function is OFF.
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Before Use
About This Receiver
Operation Conditions of this Receiver
You can or cannot operate this receiver in the following conditions (the ignition key positions).
c: Operable; ×: Inoperable
Engine switch
Function
Turns OFF
Navigation/
settings and
information
×
ACC
c
ON, vehicle at
rest *1
c
ON, vehicle in
motion
When the vehicle
is in motion, some
functions become
inoperable for
Display open
×
safety reasons*2.
Audio function
×
Video function
×
c
c
c
c
When the vehicle
is in motion, some
functions become
inoperable for
safety reasons.
When the vehicle
is in motion, some
functions become
inoperable for
×
×
safety reasons*3.
Loading and
unloading of DISC
and “SD memory
card”/Display
angle adjustment
After switching
the engine
OFF, the
display can be
closed.
*1
When parking brake is on.
*2
When safety mode is set to on.
*3
Video not displayed.
c
c
c
Display angle
cannot be
adjusted
ATTENTION
Disabled switches are toned down in color and inoperable. Operating an inoperable switch when
the vehicle is in motion may result in the display of an operation prohibited message.
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Main Unit Settings
Besides settings for navigation and audio operations, the following settings can be made.
● Rear View Camera Setting (See page 29)
● Guide Tone Setting (See page 30)
● Color Pattern Setting (See page 30)
● Button Illumination Setting (See page 31)
● Navi Voice Output Setting (See page 32)
● VTR Input Setting (See page 32)
● Steering Remote Setting (See page 216)
● Screen Adjustment and Setting (See page 33)
● ESN (Eclipse Security Network) Setting (See page 35)
Camera Setting
Set the camera to the AUTO or MANUAL
operation mode.
3
Touch Setting .
4
Touch Auto or Manual .
AUTO is to switch to the camera picture when
back gear is selected. MANUAL is to switch
to camera picture when Camera Screen is
touched.
1
Press
2
Touch Info .
.
● On completion, touch Done to store the
setting and return to the immediately
preceding screen.
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Main Unit Settings
Guide Tone Setting
You can set the “beep” sound issued on
pressing the panel buttons and touching the
touch switches.
1
Press
2
Touch Info .
4
Touch either On or Off (mute) to
set the guide tone.
● On completion, touch Done to store the
setting and return to the immediately
preceding screen.
.
ATTENTION
The guide tone is outputted from all speakers.
Color Pattern Setting
You can set the color pattern of the screens.
3
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Touch Setting .
1
Press
2
Touch Info .
.
3
Button Illumination
Setting
Touch Setting .
You can set the button illumination.
4
Touch 1 , 2 , 3 , 4
5 to set the color pattern.
1
Press
2
Touch Info .
3
Touch Setting .
.
, or
● On completion, touch Done to store the
setting and return to the immediately
preceding screen.
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Main Unit Settings
4
Touch Blue or Red .
3
Touch Setting .
4
Touch Front L or Front R .
● On completion, touch Done to store the
setting and return to the immediately
preceding screen.
Navi Voice Output
Setting
● On completion, touch Done to store the
setting and return to the immediately
preceding screen.
Select the Right or Left navigation voice
channel.
1
Press
2
Touch Info .
.
VTR Input Setting
Set the video signal.
Auto automatically selects NTSC or PAL.
1
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Press
.
2
Screen Adjustment and
Setting
Touch Info .
To make it easier to view the screen, switch
between Day and Night based on whether
the lights (sidelights, tail lights, license plate
light) are on or off.
In some vehicles, this receiver may be unable
to detect whether lights are on or off. In this is
the case, manually switch between Day and
Night.
3
Touch Setting .
■ Picture quality adjustment screen
display
CHECK
The Picture quality adjustment screen can be
opened from the Navigation screen, the Audio
operations screen or the Video screen.
4
1
Press
2
On completion of the adjustment,
touch Done .
Touch Auto , NTSC or PAL .
● On completion, touch Done to store the
setting and return to the immediately
preceding screen.
for at least 1 second.
● For adjustments, see “Picture quality
adjustment” on page 34.
● When no operation is performed for
around 20 seconds, this receiver selects a
setting automatically and returns to the
preceding screen.
● For the Navigation screen and Audio
screen.
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Main Unit Settings
■ Picture quality adjustment
You can adjust the day picture and night
picture independently.
● For the Video screen.
■ Switching between night picture
and day picture.
● For the Navigation screen and Audio screen.
1
When night picture is displayed, touch
Day .
● On each touch, the display switches
between the night picture and the day
picture.
ATTENTION
When the power is switched on, the panel
buttons are constantly lit.
● For the Video screen.
Brightness
■ Hiding screens
1
1
Touch Off on the Picture quality
adjustment screen.
● To bring back the screen, press
.
or
To increase brightness, touch + .
To decrease, touch − .
● The initial setting for when the lights are
switched off is the maximum value
(brightest state).
Color balance (only applies to Video
screen)
1
To strengthen green, touch G . To
strengthen red, touch R .
Color density (only applies to Video
screen)
1
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To darken color touch + . To
lighten, touch − .
ESN (Eclipse Security
Network) Setting
This receiver has a built-in ESN (ECLIPSE
Security Network function. ESN is a security
system which renders the navigation and
audio functions inoperable when the battery
terminal is disconnected and reconnected.
■ ESN setting screen display
1
Press
2
Touch Info .
3
Touch ESN .
.
You can make the security indicator flash
when the security system is in operation.
INDICATOR
To operate ESN, register a music CD as a
key CD in this receiver.
CHECK
● The flashing of the security indicator works
to discourage theft.
● A DVD or MP3/WMA disc cannot be
registered as the key CD.
● The ESN setting screen is displayed.
● When setting the security on this receiver,
register a music CD. Be sure to store the
registered music CD somewhere safe.
● When setting the security, the audio is
turned OFF.
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Main Unit Settings
■ Operation of ESN security
When ESN security is in operation, the
navigation and audio functions of this
receiver become inoperable when it is
disconnected and subsequently reconnected
to the battery terminal of the vehicle.
1
Go to the ESN setting screen, load a
music CD into the disc insertion slot.
● For disc insertion, see “Loading/Unloading
a Disc” on page 22.
2
Touch Setup .
ATTENTION
The registered music CD is required when
unlocking the security. It is recommended to
make a note of the registered music CD to
remind you of which music CD is registered.
■ Unlocking ESN security lock
When you disconnect and then reconnect the
battery terminal, the Program reading screen
and the Opening screen are displayed first,
followed by the Security screen.
1
Insert the registered music CD in the
disc insertion slot.
● For disc insertion, see “Loading/Unloading
a Disc” on page 22.
2
3
● This receiver verifies the inserted CD
against the registered information, and
unlocks the security on completion of the
verification.
Touch YES .
● The security system is now [ON].
● Touch NO to cancel the security setting
and return to the preceding screen.
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Touch YES .
ATTENTION
● If the music CD cannot be verified, you can
make a maximum of five attempts to unlock
the security. When verification fails, the
Customer enquiries screen is displayed.
● When the Customer enquiries screen is
displayed, you can no longer operate this
receiver. Please contact customer services.
■ Setting display
indicator
of
security
You can select whether to use the security
indicator which flashes when ESN security is
in operation.
CHECK
■ Cancelling ESN security
You cannot set the indicator unless you have
registered a music CD in this receiver.
To reapply the ESN security after cancelling,
repeat the process of registering a music CD.
See “Operation of ESN security” on page 36
1
Touch Indicator on the ESN setting
screen.
2
Touch Done .
1
Go to the ESN setting screen, load a
music CD into the disc insertion slot.
● For disc insertion, see “Loading/Unloading
a Disc” on page 22.
2
3
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Touch Cancel .
Touch YES .
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Before Use
Bluetooth Hands-Free Operation
Using Bluetooth HandsFree
This receiver uses Bluetooth wireless
technology to enable use of Bluetoothsupported cell phones. Connection with this
receiver allows you to make calls without
touching your cell phone. To use a Bluetoothsupporting cell phone with this device, it is
necessary to perform Bluetooth registration
and connection settings.
■ Hands-free screen display
1
Press
.
● The hands-free screen is displayed.
● When a call is in progress, finish the call
before pressing
.
● The Bluetooth-supported cell phone to be
connected must be a cell phone which
supports
the
relevant
Bluetooth
specification.
For
the
Bluetooth
specification supported by this receiver,
see Specification (See page 229).
● Bluetooth is a short-range wireless
technology for connecting cell phones,
computers and other such devices.
● Hands-free screen
■ Registering a cell phone
IMPORTANT
Bluetooth®
is a registered trademark of
Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
Do not register a cell phone while driving. Be
sure to park the vehicle in a safe location and
register a cell phone.
Register a cell phone on this receiver. Cell
phones can be registered in two ways, from
the cell phone, or by searching for the cellphone on this receiver. Up to 5 cell-phones
can be registered. The order of connection
precedence is always 1 to 5. When a cell
phone is added or deleted, the order of
connection precedence is renewed.
a Reception indicator
b Battery indicator
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Registering from a cell phone
1
Touch Pairing on the Hands-free
screen.
4
“Bluetooth Connection Successful” is
displayed on completion of
registration.
● Registration of the cell phone is now
complete.
Register by searching for cell phone on
this receiver
2
1
Touch Pairing on the Hands-free
screen.
2
Touch Device Search .
Touch Allow Connect .
● “Searching...” is displayed.
3
On the cell-phone, enter PIN CODE
for this receiver.
● The name of this receiver is ECLIPSE BT.
● The default PIN CODE setting is 1234.
● Perform the cell phone operations with the
Device information screen displayed.
● Device information screen
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Bluetooth Hands-Free Operation
3
Select the device name of the cell
phone you wish to register
■ Deleting cell phone registration
Delete a cell phone registered on this
receiver.
1
Touch Select on the Hands-free
screen.
2
Select the cell-phone for deletion
3
Touch Delete .
4
“Bluetooth Connection Successful” is
displayed on completion of deletion.
● Search screen
4
Enter the PIN CODE on the cell
phone.
● The default PIN CODE setting is 1234.
● Perform the cell phone operations with the
Device information screen displayed.
● Device information screen
5
“Bluetooth Connection Successful” is
displayed on completion of
registration.
● Registration of the cell phone is now
complete.
ATTENTION
● When
registration
fails,
“Bluetooth
Connection Failed” is displayed. In this case,
repeat the registration operations.
● For cell phone-side operations, consult the
instruction manual that came with your cell
phone.
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● Deletion of the cell phone is now complete.
ATTENTION
When a cell phone registration is deleted, all
call histories and contact data stored on this
receiver are also deleted.
■ Connecting a cell phone
Connect a cell phone registered on this
receiver.
1
Touch Select on the Hands-free
screen.
ATTENTION
● When
connection
fails,
“Bluetooth
Connection Failed” is displayed. In this case,
repeat the connection operations.
● Note that you cannot connect unregistered
cell phones.
■ Cancelling
connection.
2
a
cell
phone
1
Touch Select on the Hands-free
screen.
2
Select the cell phone for which to
cancel connection.
3
Touch Disconnect .
4
“Bluetooth Connection Successful” is
displayed on completion of
cancellation.
Select the cell-phone for connection.
3
Touch Connect .
4
“Bluetooth Connection Successful” is
displayed on completion of
connection.
● Connection of the cell phone to this
receiver is now complete. (The reception
indicator and battery indicators are
displayed on the screen.)
● Connection cancelation for the cell phone
is now complete. (The reception indicator
and battery indicator disappear from the
screen.)
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Bluetooth Hands-Free Operation
ATTENTION
If the vehicle's battery is disconnected (for
repairs to the vehicle or for removing this unit),
all the Registered cell-phone, phone book and
all call history in the memory will be lost. In
such a case, redistilling cell-phone in the
memory again.
2
On completion, touch
.
● A call is made to the entered number.
■ Making a call
IMPORTANT
Do not make a call while driving. Be sure to
park the vehicle in a safe location and make
a call.
You can make calls from this receiver by
entering a telephone number, or using a
stored number (phone book) or incoming/
outgoing call history. Note, however, that you
cannot make calls from a cell phone that has
not been connected.
Calling from call history
1
Touch History on the Hands-free
screen.
2
To call from the incoming call history,
touch Incoming Calls . To call from
the outgoing call history, touch
Outgoing Calls .
Entering the telephone number to make
the call.
1
On the Hands-free screen, touch 0
, and 1 through 9 to enter the
telephone number.
● You can enter telephone numbers of up to
24 digits.
● Touch Clear to delete single digit of the
entered number.
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● Touch Delete All to delete the list data of
display mode.
3
Select name or telephone number to
call from history.
● Touch
or
to see other names
or telephone numbers.
4
Touch
.
● Makes a call to the selected telephone
number from the history.
2
Select person (name or telephone
number) to call.
● Touch
or
to see other names
or numbers.
Touch ABC , DEF , GHI , JKL ,
MNO , PQRS , TUV , WXYZ , or
0-9 to display names starting with the
corresponding letters or telephone
numbers starting with the corresponding
numbers.
● Touch Data Transfer to transfer the
telephone book to this receiver. Touch
Cancel to cancel data transfer.
Calling from the telephone book
1
Touch Phone book on the Handsfree screen.
3
Touch
.
● Makes a call to number of selected person.
ATTENTION
The incoming and outgoing call histories can
store 10 calls for each registered cell phone.
For more than 10 calls, the oldest call is
deleted.
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Bluetooth Hands-Free Operation
■ Receiving a call
You can receive incoming calls in any source
mode. When a call arrives, the Calling screen
is displayed automatically.
1
ATTENTION
Refused calls are stored in the incoming call
history.
■ Adjusting the ringtone volume
When you hear the ringtone, touch
.
● You are connected and able to talk. .
CHECK
Make adjustments to the ringtone during
ringing.
1
●
Adjust the volume by pressing
.
and
: Increase ringtone volume
: Decrease ringtone volume
ATTENTION
● Calling screen
ATTENTION
You can also receive calls automatically. See
“Auto Answer settings” on page 45
■ Ending a call (call refusal)
You can end a telephone conversation and
refuse calls.
1
Touch
on the Calling screen.
● The call will end.
● Calling screen
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Sound is not emitted unless the ringtone is set
to ON.
■ Adjusting the talking volume.
CHECK
Make adjustments to the talking volume when
talking.
1
●
Adjust the volume by pressing
.
: Increase talking volume
: Decrease talking volume
and
■ Hands-free settings
You can perform settings for hands-free
operation on the Phone setting screen.
1
Touch Setting on the Hands-free
screen.
Auto Answer settings
Start talking five seconds after arrival of
incoming call.
1
Touch On or Off .
Ringtone settings
For setting to emit the cell-phone ringtones.
1
Touch On or Off .
Auto Connect settings
2
On the Phone setting screen, you can
perform the following settings using
the settings switches.
For setting automatic connection between
registered cell phone and this receiver.
1
Touch On or Off .
PIN Code setting
For changing the PIN CODE.
Phone setting screen
Item
Function
Auto Answer
For setting automatic call
acceptance
Ringtone
For setting ringtone
Auto Connect
For setting automatic connection
between registered cell phone
and this receiver.
Change Code
Touch Change Code to
change the PIN CODE.
1
Touch Change Code .
2
Enter over a 4–digit under a 8–digit
number.
● Each touch of Clear deletes a single
character.
3
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Touch Done .
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Starting Out
About GPS Navigation
Before Using the GPS
Navigation
■ Simple
mode
mode
and
Advanced
The two operating modes of Navigation
mainly differ in the menu structure and the
number of available features. The controls
and screen layouts are the same.
● Simple mode: You have easy access to
the most important navigation functions
and the basic settings only. The rest of the
settings are set to values that are optimal
for typical use.
● Advanced mode: You have access to the
full functionality of Navigation.
Switching from Simple mode to Advanced
mode: From the start screen (Navigation
menu), touch [Settings], [Advanced Mode].
● Switching from advanced to Simple mode:
From the start screen (Navigation menu),
touch [Settings], [Simple Mode].
Viewing Navigation
Screen
■ Screen switches
operations
and
other
When using Navigation, you usually touch
the switches on the touch screen.
You only need to confirm selections or
changes in Navigation if the application
needs to restart. Otherwise, Navigation
saves your selections and applies the new
settings without confirmation as soon as you
use the controls.
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Type
Example
Virtual f
keybo
ard
Type
Example
Description
a
Touch to
initiate a
function, to
open a new
screen, or to
set a
parameter.
Only one touch
is required.
Icon
b
Shows status
information.
Some icons
also function
as switches.
Only one touch
is required.
List
c
When you
need to select
from several
options, they
appear in a list.
Move between
pages by
touching the
switches of c.
Slider
d
When a feature ● Drag the
has several
handle to
move the
different
unnamed
slider to its
values,
new
Navigation
position.
shows an
● Touch
indicator on a
position of
gauge for
handle on
displaying and
slider. Move
setting a value
your finger.
from a range.
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How to use
Each key is a
touch screen
switch.
How to use
Touch
switch
Check e
switch
Description
Alphabetic and
alphanumeric
keyboards to
enter text and
numbers.
When there
Touch to turn
are only two
the switch on
options, a
or off.
checkmark
shows whether
the feature is
enabled.
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Operation
Navigation Overview
Navigation Menu
This is the Navigation menu. From here, you can access the following screens. Touch the
following switch on map screen: [Menu]
Screen
Touch switch
Description
Map
[Map]
The Map screen.
Find
[Find]
Select destination (for example an address or a POI) or use the search
engine of Navigation for any other reason (for example to look for the
phone number of a POI).
Route
[Route]
Manage an active route (obtain information relating to route, modify or
delete route or part of route.) Also, plan route without GPS reception.
Manage
[Manage]
Manage user data such as saved locations (POI, Favorites, Pins, and
History), saved routes, and Track Logs.
Settings
[Settings]
Manage the behavior of Navigation, including the map layout during
navigation, language and warnings.
Navigation Details Setting Screen
■ Settings menu
You can configure the program settings, and modify the behavior of Navigation. Touch the
following switches: [Menu], [Settings]
The Settings menu has two pages of submenus. Touch
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to access the other options.
Description
Reference
[Map Screen]
Touch switch
You can fine-tune the appearance and content of the
Map screen.
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[Route Planning]
These settings determine how routes will be
calculated.
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[Navigation]
You can control how Navigation behaves during
navigation.
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[Sound]
You can adjust the voices of Navigation.
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[Regional]
These settings allow you to customize the application
for your local language, measurement units, time and
date settings and formats, as well as to choose the
voice guidance profile you prefer.
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[Warnings]
You can enable some useful warnings, and disable
the touch screen in a moving vehicle with Safety
Mode.
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[Menu]
You can modify the look and behavior of the Menu
screens.
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[Track Logs]
You can set up automatic Track Log saving and finetune related settings.
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[Traffic INFO]
You can check connecting information of SIRIUS
Traffic.
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[About]
This screen has no navigation feature. It merely
provides information about the maps and licenses
included with your navigation system.
None
[Simple Mode]
You can switch to Simple Mode. In Simple Mode only
a few of the above settings are available. The
remaining settings are set to the optimal values for
typical use.
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Operation
Navigation Overview
■ Quick Menu
The Quick menu is a selection of controls that are frequently needed during navigation. It is
opened from the Map screen. Touch the following switches on the map:
Touch the switch in the Quick menu to start the Map screen immediately. Switches are on
when lit up.
Name
Main function (single touch)
Function (touch and hold)
3D buildings can be displayed on the
map. Use this switch to suppress them
temporarily.
Opens 3D settings.
Turn Track Logs on and off. This
function can also be controlled from
the Manage Track Logs screen.
Opens Manage Track Logs screen.
[GPS]
Opens the GPS Data screen, which
includes satellite information, data
coming from the GPS receiver, and a
shortcut to the GPS Setting screen if
needed.
No action
[TMC]
When a SIRIUS Traffic receiver is
connected to Navigation, this switch
opens the list of Traffic messages.
No action
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■ Route menu
Save, load and edit your routes. Touch the following switches: [Menu], [Route]
Touch switch
Description
Reference
[Route Info]
Opens a screen with useful route data.
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[Itinerary]
You can browse the driving instructions that
Navigation follows during navigation. You can
exclude maneuvers or streets to adjust the route to
your preferences.
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[Edit Route]
Modify routes: Delete route points or modify their
order.
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[Load Route]
You can load a previously saved route for navigation.
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[Save Route]
You can save the active route for later use.
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[Delete Route]
You can delete the active route and all the route
points (start point, via points, and destination). If you
later decide that you need the same route, you will
have to rebuild it from scratch.
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[Settings]
Opens the Route settings screen with controls to
modify the road types used for route calculation and
the route calculation method.
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[Fly Over]
You can run a demonstration of the route at high
speed.
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[Simulate]
You can run a demonstration of the route at normal
speed.
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■ Management menu
You can manage the content that this unit stores. Touch the following switches: [Menu],
[Manage]
Touch switch
Description
Reference
[Save Routes]
Renaming or deleting saved routes
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[Track Logs]
Recording, simulating, renaming or deleting Track
Logs, assigning them a color to be shown on the map
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[POI]
Creating, updating or deleting POIs
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Creating, updating or deleting POI groups
Modifying POI visibility setting
[History]
Deleting histories
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[Favorites]
Renaming or deleting Favorites
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[Saved Search Criteria]
Creating, renaming or deleting saved search criteria
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[User Data Management]
You can manage the data you have saved and the
settings you have made in the program.
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Operation
Navigation Overview
■ User data management
You can manage settings implemented for saved data (Pins, POI, Favorites, History, and Track
Logs) and programs. Touch the following switches :[Menu], [Manage], [User Data
Management]
Touch switch
Description
[Remove Pins]
You can add Pins to locations on the map using the [Place Pin] switch
from the Cursor menu(See page 63). Touch this switch to remove all
Pins from the map.
[Back Up User Data]
All user data and the current settings will be saved on the inserted
memory card. There is always one backup file. If you perform a backup
later, the previous backup will be overwritten with the new information.
[Restore User Data]
All user data and settings will be overwritten with the information stored
in the backup file. Data and settings created after the latest backup will
be lost.
[Delete User Data]
All user data will be deleted, and settings will return to their factory
defaults. This unit will restart.
[Reset All Settings]
All settings will return to their factory defaults, but no user data will be
deleted. This unit will restart.
■ Map screen settings
You can fine-tune the appearance and content of the Map screen. Touch the following
switches: [Menu], [Settings], [Map Screen]
Touch switch
[3D Settings]
Description
Use 3D settings to determine which of the present 3D objects are
shown on the map, and adjust the level of 3D visual detail.
The options are as follows:
● Landmarks: Landmarks are 3D artistic or block representations of
prominent or well-known objects. 3D landmarks are only available in
selected cities and countries.
● Elevated roads: Complex intersections and vertically isolated roads
(such as overpasses or underground tunnels) are displayed in 3D.
● Building visibility: Full 3D city building data that represents actual
building size and position on the map. Building data is limited to the
city centers of major cities in the US.
● Terrain detail: 3D terrain map data shows changes in terrain,
elevations or depressions in the land when you view the map. Use it
to plot the route map in 3D when you navigate.
[Color Profiles]
Navigation is able to show the map and the menus in different colors
during the day and night. Select the color profiles to be used in each
mode, and the daytime and night color profiles interlock lighting and
lighting out of vehicle.
[Elevation on 2D Map]
You can display 3D information on 2D map. These top-down maps can
display elevation by colors and shading.
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Touch switch
[Street Names During
Navigation]
Description
Street names and POI icons can get in the way on the map during
navigation. With this switch you can suppress these map elements
when Navigation is following your position on the map.
If you move the map, both the street names and POI icons reappear
immediately.
[Lane Information]
Some maps contain lane information to help you position your car in
the upcoming intersection. This setting tells Navigation whether to
display this information at the top or at the bottom of the map. You can
prevent the display of lane information.
■ Route planning option
These settings determine how routes will be calculated. Touch the following switches: [Menu],
[Settings], [Route Planning]
Touch switch
[Road Types Used for Route
Planning]
Description
To make the route fit your needs, you can also set which road types
are, where possible, to be considered for and excluded from the route.
Excluding a road type is a preference. It does not necessarily mean
total prohibition. If your destination can only be accessed using some
of the excluded road types, they will be used but only as much as
necessary. In this case a warning icon will be shown on the Route
Information screen, and the part of the route not matching your
preference will be displayed in a different color on the map.
[Route Calculation Method]
You can choose from different route types. The routing method can be
changed temporarily while creating the route: When selecting the
destination, touch [Routing Methods] in the Cursor menu.
Touch [Routing Methods].
[Use Traffic Information]
When traffic messages are received, this setting tells Navigation
whether to use that information in route planning.
[Recalculate To Avoid Traffic]
This setting determines how Navigation uses the received Traffic
information in route recalculation:
● Automatic: When route recalculation becomes necessary based on
the received Traffic events, Navigation recalculates the route
automatically.
● Manual: When route recalculation becomes necessary based on
the received Traffic events, Navigation notifies you, but you can
decide whether to recalculate the route or not.
● Disabled: Traffic events are only taken account when the route is
recalculated in an off-route situation.
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Operation
Navigation Overview
Road Types Used for Route Planning:
Type
Description
[Unpaved Roads]
Navigation excludes unpaved roads by default: Unpaved roads can be
in a bad condition and usually you cannot reach the speed limit on
them.
[Highways]
You might need to avoid highways when you are driving a slow car or
you are towing another vehicle.
[Ferries]
Navigation includes ferries in a planned route by default. However, the
map does not necessarily contain information about the accessibility of
temporary ferries.
[Cross-border Planning]
In some cases the route calculated according to your other navigation
and route preferences will lead through another country. If you wish to
always stay within the same country, turn this option off.
[Permit Needed]
You might need a permit or permission from the owners to use certain
roads or to enter certain areas. Navigation excludes these roads from
the route calculation by default.
[Pre-use Toll]
By default Navigation includes toll roads (pay roads where there is a
per-use charge) in the routes. If you disable toll roads, Navigation plans
the best toll-free route.
[Period Charge]
Charge roads are pay roads where you can purchase a pass or
vignette to use the road for a longer period of time. They can be
enabled or disabled separately from toll roads.
[Carpool/HOV]
This control appears only when navigating in the USA. You should
check whether you are allowed to use carpool lanes before enabling
this road type.
You might also need to pay a fare on ferries.
Route calculation methods:
Option
Description
Fast
Gives the quickest possible route if you can travel at or near the speed
limit on all roads. Usually the best selection for fast and normal cars.
Easy
Results in a route with fewer turns. With this option, you can make
Navigation take, for example, the freeway instead of series of smaller
roads or streets.
Economical
Look for trade off of speed and shortness with cost. Navigation
calculates as if it were calculating the Fast route, but it takes other
roads as well to save on fuel costs.
Short
Gives a route that has the smallest total distance of all possible routes
between the route points.
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■ Navigation settings
You can control how Navigation behaves during navigation. Touch the following switches:
[Menu], [Settings], [Navigation]
Touch switch
[Keep Position on Road]
Description
This feature allows car drivers to always correct GPS position errors by
matching the vehicle position to the road network.
By turning off this feature, you also turn off the GPS position error
filtering. The position shown on the map will be subject to all position
errors and position fluctuations.
[Off-route Recalculation]
This switch tells Navigation whether to automatically recalculate the
route when you deviate from it. When this feature is switched off, it is
necessary to start route recalculation manually. Otherwise, navigation
will stop until you return to the recommended route.
Setting a point other than the current GPS position as the start point of
the active route will automatically disable this feature.
[Restore Lock-to-Position]
If you have moved or rotated the map during navigation, this feature
moves the map back to your current GPS position and re-enables
automatic map rotation after the given period of inactivity.
[Automatic Overview]
This feature switches the map view to Overview mode when the next
route event is far away. Overview is a zoomed out 2D view to let you
see the surrounding area. You have the following controls for
Automatic Overview:
● Turn Distance for Overview: The map view will be switched to
Overview mode if the next route event is at least as far as this value.
● Default Zoom Level: Overview mode will appear with this zoom
level. You can scale the map in Overview mode but when Overview
appears again, this zoom level will be applied.
■ Regional settings
These settings allow you to customize the application for your local language, measurement
units, time and date settings and formats, as well as to choose the voice guidance profile you
prefer. Touch the following switches: [Menu], [Settings], [Regional]
Touch switch
Description
[Program Language]
This switch displays the current written language of the Navigation user
interface. By touching the switch, you can select a new language from
the list of available languages. Changing this setting causes the
application to restart. Be aware of this before you make the change.
[Voice Profile]
This switch displays the current voice guidance profile. By touching the
switch, you can select a new profile from the list of available languages
and speakers. Touch any of these to hear a sample voice prompt. Just
touch OK when you have selected the new spoken language.
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Operation
Navigation Overview
Touch switch
Description
[Units]
You can set the distance units to be used by the program. Navigation
may not support all the listed units in some voice guidance languages.
If you select a measurement unit not supported by the chosen voice
guidance language, a warning message will appear.
[Set Date & Time Format]
You can set the data and time format. A variety of international formats
are available.
[Time and Time Zone Settings]
You can access time and time zone settings. Navigation helps you with
correcting the device time to ever accurate GPS time. Navigation can
also help you set the time zone based on your current GPS position.
Time and Time Zone Settings
Touch switch
Description
[Auto Time Correction to GPS]
Use this feature to synchronize the clock of your device to the highly
accurate time provided by the GPS receiver.
[Use Auto Time Zone]
Use this feature to synchronize the time zone of the clock of your
device to the time zone based on your current GPS position. This is
useful if you travel abroad.
[Set Time Zone]
Set time zone manually if you do not want to synchronize the time zone
automatically. This allows you to use Auto Time Correction and apply a
time zone offset to obtain the desired time.
The clock function of this unit interlocks GPS signal.
The clock may be out of order when not receiving GPS signal.
■ Warning settings
You can enable some useful warnings, and disable the touch screen in a moving vehicle with
Safety Mode. Touch the following switches: [Menu], [Settings], [Warnings]
Touch switch
[Warn When Speeding]
Description
Maps may contain information about the speed limits of the road
segments. Navigation is able to warn you if you exceed the current
limit. This information may not be available in your district (ask your
local dealer). Also, this information may not be completely accurate for
all roads on the map. This setting lets you decide whether you wish to
receive the warnings. You can set the relative speeding level at which
the application warns you (100% represents the current speed limit):
● In built-up areas
● Elsewhere: at all other locations
There are two types of warnings. You can turn them on or off
independently:
● Audible warning: A voice message is played using the selected
voice guidance profile.
● Visible warning: A symbol with the speed limit appears in the corner
of the map (for example:
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Touch switch
[Speed Camera Warning]
Description
This feature allows you to receive a warning when approaching a Road
Safety Camera. You must ensure on your own liability that using this
feature is legal in the country where you intend to use it.
The options are as follows:
● Audible Warning: Plays back buzzer sound as you approach a
camera. You can also limit the warning to playing when you are over
the speed limit on approach.
● Visual warning: The type of the camera and the monitored speed
limit appear on the Map screen as you approach.
[Safety Mode]
Safety Mode disables the touch screen above 10 km/h (6 mph) to keep
your attention on the road. While driving, you will not be able to set a
new destination or change settings. The only screen control that
remains enabled is the gesture that puts you back on the Map screen.
■ Menu settings
You can modify the look and behavior of the Menu screens. Touch the following switches:
[Menu], [Settings], [Menu]
Touch switch
Description
[Animation]
You can activate and deactivate the Menu animations. When
animation is turned on, switches on Menu and keyboard screens are
animated.
[Background]
You can choose the image to be used as the menu background image.
■ Track log settings
You can set up automatic Track Log saving and fine-tune related settings. Touch the following
switches: [Menu], [Settings], [Track Logs]
Touch switch
Description
[Update Interval]
This determines how often track points will be saved. Position
information is normally received once a second from the GPS. If you do
not need such a detailed log, you can increase this number to save
Track Log space.
[Enable Auto-saving]
When auto-saving is enabled, you do not need to turn Track Log saving
on and off manually. Navigation will automatically start recording the
Track Log as soon as GPS position is available.
[Track Log Database Size]
This figure shows how much memory is used by the automatically
saved Track Logs.
[Track Log Max. Size]
You can set the maximum database size for the automatically saved
Track Logs. When the limit is reached, the oldest automatically saved
Track Logs will be deleted.
[Create NMEA/SIRF Log]
Independently of the normal Track Log, you can instruct Navigation to
record the native GPS data received from the GPS device. This
information is saved as a separate text file on the memory card and
cannot be played back by Navigation.
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Operation
Navigation Overview
■ TMC settings
You can set up the connection to the SIRIUS Traffic receiver. Touch the following switches:
[Menu], [Settings], [Traffic INFO]
■ Safety Mode settings
This feature is available in Advanced mode only.
Touch the following switches: [Menu], [Settings], [Warnings], [Safety Mode]
■ Trip information screen
The Trip information screen has both route and travel data you might need during your journey.
It can be opened directly from the Map screen by touching the Trip Data field.
The fields on this screen are continuously updated while the screen is open.
When you open the screen, all route data fields contain information about reaching your final
destination. Touch [Next Via Point] to have the fields relating to your route display data for the
next via point. Touch the switch repeatedly to toggle between the two options.
You have the following data and functions on this screen:
Name
Description
Function
Shows whether the route data
fields are displaying information
about the final destination
(checkered flag) or about the next
via point (yellow flag).
None
Field next to the flag
Shows the name or number of the
current street or road.
None
Turn Preview
Shows the type and distance of
the next route event.
None
Compass
Shows the current heading.
Touch this field to show it on the
Map screen in one of the Trip Data
fields.
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Name
Description
Function
Speedometer
Shows the current speed both
graphically and as a number.
Touch this field to show it on the
Map screen in one of the Trip Data
fields.
Distance Remaining
Shows distance remaining to final
destination.
Touch this field to show it on the
Map screen in one of the Trip Data
fields.
Time Remaining
Shows the time needed to reach
the final destination of the route
based on information available for
the remaining segments of the
route. The calculation cannot take
into account traffic jams and other
possible delays.
Touch this field to show it on the
Map screen in one of the Trip Data
fields.
Arrival Time
Shows the estimated arrival time
at the final destination of the route
based on information available for
the remaining segments of the
route. The calculation cannot take
into account traffic jams and other
possible delays.
Touch this field to show it on the
Map screen in one of the Trip Data
fields.
GPS Time
Shows the current time corrected
with time zone offset. The
accurate time comes from the
GPS satellites, and the time zone
information either comes from the
map or is set manually in Regional
settings.
Touch this field to show it on the
Map screen in one of the Trip Data
fields.
Altitude
Shows elevation if it is provided by
the GPS receiver.
Touch this field to show it on the
Map screen in one of the Trip Data
fields.
Speed Limit
Shows the speed limit of the
Touch this field to show it on the
current road if the map contains it. Map screen in one of the Trip Data
fields.
Trip Computer
Opens a new screen with three
resettable Trip Computers.
Next Via Point
Touch this switch to change the
content of the Route Data fields to
show information about the next
via point.
If you touch the previous switch,
this one replaces it.
[Destination]
Touch this switch to have the
Route Data fields show
information about the final
destination again.
Most of the fields on this screen have a symbol next to them. This symbol shows whether the
field it is attached to is shown on the map as Trip Data. It also shows the position of the data as
follows:
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Operation
Navigation Overview
Symbol
Description
This value is not shown on the Map screen.
This value appears on the Map screen in the Trip Data area. This is the
value at the top.
This value appears on the Map screen in the Trip Data area. This is the
value in the middle.
This value appears on the Map screen in the Trip Data area. This is the
value at the bottom.
■ Trip computer screen
The Trip computer screen provides collected trip data. Touch [Trip Computer] on the Trip
information screen to open the Trip computer screen.
The fields on this screen are continuously updated while the screen is open.
You can switch between trips, pause and resume a trip, or reset.
You have the following functions on this screen:
Name
Description
[Pause]
Pauses the trip currently shown on the screen. Values on the screen
stop changing.
[Reset]
Resets all counters of the currently shown trip. The collection of trip
data is restarted only when Navigation receives a position from the
GPS.
Cycles through all trips.
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ATTENTION
If the vehicle's battery is disconnected (for repairs to the vehicle or for removing this unit), all the
Trip Computer history (Average Speed, Total time, etc) in the memory will be lost.
Screen Adjustment and Setting
■ Day screen and night screen
This unit uses different color profiles during the day and during the night.
● Daytime colors are similar to those of paper road maps.
● The night color profiles use dark colors for large objects to keep the average brightness of
the screen low.
This unit offers different daytime and night color profiles. You can switch the daytime and night
color profiles based on lighting and lighting out of vehicle.
■ Screen color in tunnels
When entering a tunnel, the colors of the map change. All buildings disappear, and large
objects (such as surface waters or forests) and empty areas between roads become black.
However, roads and streets keep their original colors from the daytime or night color scheme
currently in use.
After leaving the tunnel, the original colors return.
■ Volume settings
You can adjust the sounds of Navigation. Touch the following switches: [Menu], [Settings],
[Sound]
Touch switch
Description
[Voice Guidance Volume]
The slider adjusts the loudness of voice prompts. At the left-end, you
cannot hear the voice guidance. At the right-end, the volume is high.
[Dynamic Volume]
When driving at high speed, the noise in the car may be too loud to
clearly hear the voice guidance and other sounds. Using Dynamic
Volume you can instruct Navigation to increase the volume when your
speed exceeds a given minimum, and reach its highest volume at the
given maximum speed.
[Dynamic Volume Settings]
You can adjust a maximum and minimum speed of speed range to
volume up.
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Operation
Navigation Overview
Map Display
■ Present location display
Access from the Navigation menu by touching [MAP].
For further information about the Map screen, see “Map screen” on page 78.
Navigation displays the route as follows.
Symbol
Name
Description
Current GPS position
Your present position displayed on the map.
Cursor (selected map position)
The location selected in the Find menu, or a map
point selected by touching the map.
Start point
The first point of the route.
Normally, if GPS position is available, it is used as the
start point of the route. If there is no valid GPS
position, Navigation uses the last known GPS
position as the start point.
When you are using a saved route, Navigation asks
you if you want to use your GPS position or the first
point in the saved route as the start point.
You can also modify the start point in the Cursor
menu. If you do so, automatic off-route recalculation
needs to be turned off to keep the selected point as
the start point.
If automatic off-route recalculation is disabled for any
of the above, touching the
icon in the Turn
Preview field not only initiates route recalculation
from the current GPS position, but also re-enables
the automatic off-route recalculation.
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Via point
The via points are intermediate destinations. You can
place as many via points as you want.
Destination (end point)
The last point of the route, the final destination.
Symbol
Name
Description
Route color
The route stands out against the map, both in daytime
and night color modes. The active leg of the route is
always displayed in a brighter shade than the inactive
(upcoming) legs.
Active leg of the route
The section of the route on which you are driving. If
no via points have been added (destination only), the
entire route becomes the active leg. When via points
have been added, the active leg is the section of the
route from the present location to the next route point
(the next via point or the final destination if there are
no more via points).
Inactive leg of the route
Upcoming sections of the route. Each of these
becomes active when you arrive at the corresponding
via point.
Streets and roads that are
excluded from the navigation
You can select whether or not to use certain road
types. (See page 53) However, when Navigation
cannot avoid such roads, the route will include
them,showing them in a different color to the route.
■ Cursor menu
As soon as you select a location in the Find menu, the map appears with the Cursor menu
which provides possible actions for the selected point.
Alternatively, touch the map to make the control switches appear. Touch again to place the
Cursor, a radiating red dot. Now touch again to open the Cursor menu with a list of options.
Since the Cursor menu only displays a portion of the map, the menu initially includes only a few
switches. Touch [More Options] to open all options.
Touch switch
Description
Closes the Cursor menu, and returns to the previous screen.
Zooms out the map.
Zooms in the map.
You can move the map and zoom in and out while the Cursor menu is
open. Touch anywhere on the map to place the Cursor in a new
location. Use this switch to return the Cursor to the position it occupied
at when the Cursor menu was opened.
Displayed at the Cursor when it is at the position it occupied when
Cursor menu was opened.
Displayed at the Cursor if it has been relocated since the Cursor menu
was opened.
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Touch switch
Description
[Info]
Opens a new screen showing the address of the Cursor and nearby
POIs.
[More Options]
Opens the full-screen Cursor menu with all the available options.
[Set as Destination]
Creates a new route with the Cursor as the destination. The previous
route (if one exists) is deleted.
[Remove Destination]
When the cursor is at the destination or nearby, this switch replaces the
previous switch, and the present location disappears from the route.
The last via point is promoted as destination, or if there are no via
points, the route is deleted.
[Insert as Via]
The Cursor is added to the active route as an intermediate route point,
a point to be reached before the destination. If the route already
includes via points, the Edit route screen will open. This screen shows
where on the route the via point will be displayed.
[Remove Via]
When the cursor is at or near one of the via points, this switch replaces
the previous switch, and the selected via point disappears from the
route. The route is recalculated without the deleted point.
[Continue]
Adds Cursor to the end of the route as new destination. The previous
destination is demoted, and becomes the last via point.
[Routing Methods]
This switch resembles [Set as Destination]. Here, however, a new
screen opens, and routes are calculated using all available calculation
methods (fast, short, economical, easy). Observe the results, and
choose one of the routes to navigate.
[Set as Start]
The Cursor becomes the start point of the route. This means that the
route is not started from the current GPS position, and Automatic Offroute Recalculation needs to be turned off to keep the selected point as
the start point.
[Remove Start]
When the cursor is at the start point or nearby, this switch replaces the
previous switch and the start point disappears from the route. The
current GPS position is again used as the start point, and Automatic
Off-route Recalculation is re-enabled.
[Save as POI]
The Cursor is saved as a user POI. Select the POI group, name the
POI, select a suitable icon, and enter a phone number and additional
information as appropriate.
[Place Pin]
Map locations can be marked with Pins. Unlike POIs, Pins have no
names and other details, only colors to let you tell them apart on the
map.
[Remove Pin]
When the cursor is at or near a pin, this switch replaces the previous
switch, and you can delete the pin.
[Add to Favorites]
Adds Cursor location to list of frequently visited destinations, or
Favorites. You can name the Favorite.
[Save as Camera]
The Cursor is saved as the location of a Road Safety Camera (speed
camera or red light camera). A new screen appears where you can set
the type of the camera, the direction of the measured traffic, and the
speed limit checked.
[Edit Camera]
If the Cursor is at or near a Road Safety Camera, this switch replaces
the previous one, and opens a new screen where you can edit the
details of the camera.
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■ Position menu
When you follow the recommended route on the map (the Cursor is the current GPS position),
the Position menu replaces the Cursor menu. It does not contain switches that modify the
current route, as the GPS position is not useful as a route point.
To open Position, touch [Position].
■ Checking vicinity information
● If you are interested in the details of your present position during navigation:
1
Check the bottom line of the map. It shows the current street and house number
information.
2
For details, touch [Position] to open the Position menu.
3
Touch [Info]. The address, coordinates and a list of nearby POIs are displayed.
● You can check the details of any other location by selecting it on the map:
1
Touch the map anywhere to open the map control switch.
2
Touch the desired location on the map. The Cursor (
the location is displayed at the bottom of the map.
3
For further details, touch [Cursor] to open the Cursor menu.
4
Touch [Info]. The address, coordinates and a list of nearby POIs are displayed.
) appears there. The address of
● It is even easier if you select the desired point in the Find menu. Then the Cursor menu
opens automatically. Just touch [Info].
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■ Map menu operations
Position marks on map
● Current GPS position:
(See page 62)
● Selected location (Cursor):
(See page 63)
The following controls help you modify the map view to best suit your actual needs. Most of
these controls appear with a single touch of the map, and disappear after a few seconds of
inactivity.
Action
Moving the map with drag&drop
Touch switch
None
Description
You can move the map in any direction:
Touch and hold the map, and move your
finger in the direction in which you want to
move the map.
If GPS position is available and you have
moved the map,
switch appears. Touch
this switch to return to the GPS position.
Opening/closing map control
switches
Touch this switch to show or hide the
following map control switches:
● Zoom in/out
● Rotate left/right (3D map only)
● Tilt up/down (3D map only)
● Zoom preset switches (2D map only)
● Tilt and zoom preset switches (3D map
only)
● Return to GPS position switch
● Smart Zoom
Zooming in and out
Changes how much of the map is displayed
on the screen.
Navigation uses high-quality vector maps
that let you see the map at various zoom
levels, always with optimized content. Street
names and other text is always are always
shown in the same font size and correctly
orientated. You can restrict the view to
required streets and objects.
The limits on zooming differ for the 2D and
3D map viewing modes.
Tilting up and down
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Changes the vertical view angle of the map
in 3D mode.
Action
Rotating left and right
Touch switch
Description
Changes the horizontal view angle of the
map in 3D mode.
When GPS position is available, Navigation
always rotates the map so its top faces your
direction of travel (Track-Up orientation).
You can turn away from Track-Up with these
switches.
If GPS position is available and you have
rotated the map, the
switch appears.
Touch this switch to re-enable the automatic
map rotation.
Viewing modes
The following map perspectives are provided
in Navigation:
● Perspective view (3D)
● Classic top-down view (2D)
● North up
The icon always shows the mode the switch
switches to:
In 3D mode,
is displayed. Touch to
switch to 2D mode. In 2D mode,
is
displayed. Touch to switch to North up mode.
In North up mode,
switch to 3D mode.
Smart Zoom
is displayed. Touch to
Navigation can automatically rotate, scale
and tilt the map and give you the optimal
view:
● When you approach a junction, it will
zoom in and raise the view angle to let
you easily recognize your maneuver.
● If the next junction is at a distance,
Navigation zooms out and lowers the
view angle to show you the road in front of
you.
Touch this switch once to enable Smart
Zoom.
Touch and hold this switch once to set the
zoom limit on Smart Zoom.
Return to normal navigation
(Return to GPS position with
automatic map rotation)
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Touch this switch to move the map back to
the current GPS position. If the map has
been rotated in the 3D mode, automatic map
rotation is also re-enabled.
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Action
Touch switch
Zoom preset
Description
Touch the preset switch once to set the
zoom level to a fixed predetermined value.
Smart Zoom is disabled. These switches are
available in 2D mode.
(Advanced mode only)
Touch and hold the desired switch to set the
zoom value as the current zoom level, or
reset to an original value.
Tilt and Zoom preset
Touch the preset switch once to set the
zoom level to a fixed predetermined value.
Smart Zoom is disabled. These switches are
available in 3D mode.
(Advanced mode only)
Touch and hold the desired switch to set the
zoom value as the current zoom level, or
reset to an original value.
Map scale
Fit to screen
Navigation shows the scale of the map in 2D
mode.
[Fit to screen]
This switch is not shown on the Map screen.
It is available on the following screens:
● Plan on map screen: When you have an
active route, you can display it in its full
length on the map.
● Track information screen: A Track Log
can be displayed in its full length on the
map.
■ Map screen status information and hiding operation
The following information appears in the rounded field in the top left corner, the Turn Preview
field. When you touch this area, the result depends on what information is currently shown.
Icon
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Information
Details
There is no active
route in Simple mode.
When there is no active route in
Simple mode, this icon is
displayed in the Turn Preview
field.
Touch this area to open
Find Address.
Action
There is no active
route in Advanced
mode.
If there is no route to be
navigated in Advanced mode,
this icon appears in the Turn
Preview field.
Touch this area to open
Find.
There is no valid GPS
position.
If an active route exists, and
Touch this area to open the
there is no valid GPS position,
Route information screen.
the view of the sky above you is
shown with colored dots for each
satellite. Some dots need to turn
green to allow navigation.
Icon
Information
Details
If the icon is a static
picture, route
calculation is needed.
GPS position and an active
route are available, but
automatic off-route recalculation
is switched off, and you deviated
from the route.
Touch this area to make
Navigation recalculate the
recommended route.
This icon indicates that
route calculation is in
progress.
Navigation is calculating or
recalculating the route.
Nothing happens if you
touch this area of the
screen.
Next route event
GPS position and an active
route are available, and you are
navigating the recommended
route. This area gives you
information about the type and
distance of the next route event.
Touch this area to open the
Route information screen.
(Next action)
Action
The following area appears next to the above described rounded area. When you touch this
area, the result depends on what information is currently shown.
Icon
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Information
Details
Action
There is no valid GPS
position.
If there is no valid GPS position,
this symbol appears here.
Touch this area to open the
GPS Data screen to check
the signal status or the
connection settings.
Traffic restriction
When GPS position is available
but there is no route to be
navigated, any traffic restrictions
at upcoming intersections are
shown here.
Nothing happens if you
touch this area of the
screen.
Second route event
(maneuver after next
maneuver)
When GPS position and an
active route are both available,
this field shows the route event
that follows the next route event
shown in the above described
area.
Touch this area to open the
Itinerary screen with the turn
by turn guidance
instructions.
Approaching a Road
Safety Camera
This icon appears when you are
approaching a Road Safety
Camera, and the warning for
cameras is enabled in Settings.
Touch this area to suppress
the audible camera warning.
Stops the running
simulation
This icon is displayed during fly
overs, route simulation and
Track Log playback.
Touch this area to stop the
simulation.
Recalculating route
During route recalculation, this
field shows the recalculation
progress between 0% and
100%.
Nothing happens if you
touch this area of the
screen.
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Icon
Information
Details
Action
Indicator strip
● Track Log recording
Nothing happens if you
touch this area of the
screen.
● TMC status
The following symbols appear in the Indicator strip:
Navigation records a Track log when GPS position is available.
Track log recording is disabled.
No SIRIUS Traffic receiver is connected or SIRIUS Traffic is turned off.
A SIRIUS Traffic receiver is connected and a SIRIUS Traffic data is
received.
There are new, unread Traffic events.
A part of the route is bypassed based on Traffic events.
A part of the route is mentioned in Traffic events but it has not been
bypassed (for example, even the best detour would be too long) or
could not be bypassed (for example, the destination is on a congested
street).
There are two fields reserved on the Map screen to display the next two maneuvers (route
events that are listed in the Itinerary). Both the type of the event (turn, traffic circle, exiting
freeway, etc.) and its distance from the current GPS position are displayed.
Most of these icons are very intuitive and known as road signs. The following table lists some
of the frequently shown route events. The same symbols are used in both fields:
Icon
Description
Turn left.
,
Turn right.
,
Turn back.
,
Bear right.
,
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Icon
Description
Turn sharp left.
,
Keep left.
,
Continue straight in the intersection.
,
Enter traffic circle. The number of the exit is shown in the circle, but
only for the next turn.
,
Enter freeway.
,
Exit freeway.
,
Board ferry.
,
Leave ferry.
,
Approaching the next via point.
,
Approaching the destination.
,
The following information is displayed in three fields displayed on the Map screen. Touch this
area to open the Trip Information screen, and select from values displayed in the three fields.
When there is no active route, these fields show the following information. : Current speed,
compass and current time.
Icon
Type
More information
Compass
Shows the direction of your heading both
when the map is automatically rotated (3D)
and when the map is always facing North
(2D).
Speed information
There are speed values that can be shown.
● Current speed
● Speed limit on the current road
Time information
There are time values that can be shown.
● Current GPS time
● Time remaining to the destination
● Time remaining to the next via point
● Estimated arrival time at the destination
● Estimated arrival time at the next via point
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Icon
Type
Distance information
More information
There are distance type values that can be
shown.
● Distance remaining to destination
● Distance remaining to next via point
● Current altitude
GPS reception quality shows the current accuracy of the position information.
Icon
Description
GPS receiver not connected. GPS navigation is not possible.
Navigation is connected to the GPS receiver, but the signal is too weak
and the receiver cannot determine the GPS position. GPS navigation is
not possible.
GPS navigation is not possible.
Only a few satellites are received. Position information is available, but
elevation (altitude) cannot be calculated. GPS navigation is possible,
but the position error may be significant.
Altitude information is available, the position is a 3D position.
GPS navigation is possible.
ATTENTION
Touch the following status field to open the Quick menu (See page 50).
Icon
Status
GPS position quality
More information
A higher number of lit bars indicates better
GPS position accuracy.
■ Using the Cursor (at selected position)
First, place the Cursor at the desired map location with one of the following options:
● Use the Find menu to select a location. The map returns with the selected point (the Cursor)
in the middle, and the Cursor menu appears with the available options.
● Touch the screen twice to place the Cursor at the desired location. Touch the cursor to open
the [Cursor] menu.
The following actions are available.
Touch switch
Action
[Set as Destination]
On an active route, use the Cursor as the destination by resetting the
previous destination.
[Insert as Via]
On an active route, use cursor as via point (intermediate location)
before destination (only available in Advanced mode).
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Touch switch
Action
[Place Pin]
Marks the map with a Pin at the Cursor (available in Advanced mode
only).
[Routing Methods]
Shows the different routes calculated by the available routing methods.
Choose the one that best suits your needs (available in Advanced
mode only).
[Set as Start]
On an active route, use the Cursor as the start point by resetting the
current GPS position (available in Advanced mode only).
[Continue]
On an active route, use cursor as destination with previous destination
as via point (only available in Advanced mode).
[Save as POI]
Save Cursor as POI (only available in Advanced mode).
[Add to Favorites]
Saves the Cursor as a Favorite location.
[Save as Camera]
Save Cursor as Road Safety Camera location (only available in
Advanced mode).
[Info]
Opens a screen with the name, address and coordinate information of
the Cursor, and a list of nearby POIs.
■ Present location and route tracking
When your GPS position is available, Navigation marks your present position with the
on the map.
icon
To use the current GPS position, touch [Position]. The Position menu appears and you can
save the GPS position as one of the following:
● A Favorite
● A Road Safety Camera
● A POI
● A Map Marker Pin
■ Returning to normal Map screen
When GPS position is available, and you have moved the map (the
icon may have moved
or be invisible), or you have rotated the map in 3D mode,
appears. Touch this switch to
return the map to the GPS position and re-enable Track-up map orientation (automatic map
rotation).
CAUTION
Even if you move the map while you are driving, Navigation continues navigating if there is an
active route. it plays the voice instructions and displays the turn preview icons according to your
current GPS position.
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■ Position determination (Cursor)
If you select a location in the Find menu, or you touch the map when the map control switches
are visible, the Cursor appears at the selected point on the map. Navigation displays the
Cursor with a radiating red dot ( ) to make it visible at all zoom levels, even when it is in the
background of a 3D map view.
When the Cursor is set, touch [Cursor]. The Cursor menu appears and you can use the Cursor
as one of the following:
● Start point of a route
● A via point in a route
● The destination of a route
You can also search for POIs around the Cursor.
Or you can save the location of the Cursor as:
● A Favorite
● A Road Safety Camera
● A POI
● A Map Marker Pin
■ Displaying original position in cursor menu
When the Cursor menu is open, a special icon (
opened.
) shows the Cursor position the menu was
You can move and zoom the map, and reposition the Cursor. The usual Cursor (
and the switches of the Cursor menu initiate actions for this new location.
To return to the original Cursor position, tap
when the Cursor menu was opened, and the
) appears,
. The map jumps back to the position it held
icon reappears.
■ Switching to desired scale
Smart Zoom provides much more than just a usual automatic zoom feature.
● While following a route calculated by Navigation:When you approach a junction, it will
zoom in and raise the view angle to let you easily recognize your maneuver. If the next turn
is at a distance, it will zoom out and lower the view angle to be flat so you can see the road
in front of you.
● While driving without an active route: Smart Zoom will zoom in if you drive slowly and
zoom out when you drive at high speed.
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Enabling smart zoom
Touch the map to make the map control switches appear, and then touch
Zoom.
to enable Smart
Fine-tuning Smart Zoom
Touch the map to make the map control switches appear, and then touch and hold
to open
the Smart Zoom settings window. Modify the zoom limits of Smart Zoom as necessary.
■ Driving track display
This unit can log the track that you drive. (See page 103)
A Track Log is a record of the change in GPS position and is independent of the route
calculated by this unit.
Track Logs can be recorded, renamed, swapped, shown on the map, exported to a memory
card in GPX format, and deleted. (See page 103)
You can instruct this unit to record native GPS data received from the GPS device,
independently of the normal Track Log. These logs are saved as separate text files on a
memory card, and they cannot be shown or replayed in this unit.
To turn on NMEA/SIRF log saving, touch the following switches: [Menu], [Settings], [Track
Logs], [Create NMEA/SIRF Log].
■ Using logs
This unit can record the track (change in GPS position) as you drive.
CHECK
There is no need to select a destination and create a route. Your path is recorded as you travel.
This feature is available in Advanced mode only.
The procedure is explained starting from the Map screen.
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Recording the travelled path (creating a Track Log)
1
Start driving.
2
Touch the following switches: [Menu], [Settings], [Track Logs]
3
Start recording: Touch [Record].
● You can return to the map and continue driving.
4
Repeat the above steps, then touch [Stop Recording] to stop the recording.
● Navigation labels the Track Log with a time stamp.
(As an alternative, you can touch
in the Quick menu to start, and then again to stop the
Track Log recording.)
Simulating a Track Log on the map
1
Touch the following switches: [Menu], [Settings], [Track Logs]
2
Locate the desired Track Log, and then touch
3
The map returns, and the Track Log simulation (a life-like replay) begins.
4
You can stop the replay any time by touching [Stop].
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next to it.
Changing the color of a Track Log
1
Touch the following switches: [Menu], [Settings], [Track Logs]
2
Touch the desired Track Log and then touch one of the color switches.
■ Saving route
This feature is available in Advanced mode only.
The procedure is explained starting from the Map screen.
1
Touch the following switches: [Menu], [Route], [Save Route]
2
Enter a name for the saved route, and then touch [Done].
● When saving a route, Navigation saves not only points along the route, but the entire
itinerary.
● The saved route might have been influenced by Traffic information. When a route is used at
later date, it may seem to be the saved route. However, where necessary, current Traffic
information is used to recalculate the new route.
● If you updated your map since you first saved the route, Navigation recognizes the change,
and recalculates the driving instructions according to the latest available map information.
● During navigation, Navigation deletes via points that you already left behind together with
the road segments used to reach it. If you wish to save the route, you need to do so before
starting to navigate.
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■ Loading saved route
This feature is available in Advanced mode only.
The procedure is explained starting from the Map screen.
1
Touch the following switches: [Menu], [Route], [Load Route]
2
Touch the route you wish to navigate.
3
In the very likely case that the start position of the saved route is different from the
current GPS position, you need to confirm whether you want to stop navigating from the
current GPS position to use the start point of the loaded route.
● If you choose to keep the current GPS position as the start point, the route will be
recalculated starting from your present position.
4
The map appears, and you can start navigating.
■ Map screen
Navigation is primarily intended for land navigation. That is why maps in Navigation look similar
to paper road maps. However, Navigation provides much more than regular paper maps. You
can customize the look and the content of the map. The most important and most often used
screen of Navigation is the Map screen.
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6
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17
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During navigation, the screen shows route information and trip data (left screens), but when
you tap the map, additional switches and controls appear for a few seconds (right screenshot).
Most parts of the screen behave as switches.
Symbol
Name
Action
1
Main information. Ex) Next route event.
Opens the Route Information screen.
2
Second upcoming route event
Opens the Itinerary.
3
Trip information screen
Opens the Trip information screen.
4
GPS position quality
Opens the Quick menu
5
Next street
n/a
Current street and house numbers on left
and right
n/a
Bottom row
7
Map view modes
Switches between 2D, 3D and North up
mode.
8
Menu
Opens the Navigation menu.
9
Detour
Opens the Detour screen. There are two
ways to modify your route.
Top row
6
● The list of saved Search Criteria
● A switch to avoid parts of the route
10
Position menu (appears when navigating a
route)
Opens the Position menu.
11
Cursor menu (appears when there is no
GPS position or the Cursor is not at the
current GPS position)
Opens the Cursor menu
12
Opens/closes the map control switches
(touch this switch to display/hide the
following map control switches).
● Zoom in/out
● Rotate left/right (3D map only)
● Tilt up/down (3D map only)
● Zoom preset switches (2D map only)
● Tilt and zoom preset switches (3D map
only)
● Return to GPS position switch
● Smart Zoom
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Rotate left, rotate right
Rotates the 3D map left or right
Tilt up, tilt down
Tilts the 3D map
Zoom in, zoom out
Scales the map
Symbol
Name
Action
14
Return to GPS position (appears when
GPS position is available and you have
moved the map)
Touch this switch to move the map back to
the current GPS position. If the map has
been rotated in 3D mode, automatic map
rotation is also re-enabled.
15
Enable Smart Zoom (replaces the Previous Touch this switch once to enable Smart
Zoom.
switch when there is no GPS position or
the map has not been moved).
Touch and hold this switch once to set the
zoom limit on Smart Zoom.
16
Zoom preset switch (available in Advanced
mode only).
Touch the preset switch once to set the
zoom level to a fixed predetermined value.
Smart Zoom is disabled. These switches
are available in 2D mode.
Touch and hold the desired switch to set
the zoom value as the current zoom level,
or reset to an original value.
17
Tilt preset switch (available in Advanced
mode only).
Touch one of the preset switches to set the
tilt and zoom level to fixed predetermined
values. Smart Zoom is disabled. These
switches are available in 3D mode.
Touch and hold the desired switch to set
the tilt and zoom level to the desired values
or reset them to their original values.
18
Current GPS position (on nearest road)
n/a
19
Cursor (selected map location)
n/a
20
Lane information
n/a
20
Active route
n/a
Map scale (2D map only)
n/a
Orange line
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■ About roads
Navigation shows the streets in a in a similar way to paper road maps.
Their width and colors correspond to their importance. You can easily tell a freeway from a
small street.
CHECK
If you prefer not to see street names during navigation, turn them off (See page 52).
■ 3D Object types
To enable and disable 3D pictures, touch the following switches: [Menu], [Settings], [Map
Screen], [3D settings]
Navigation supports the following 3D object types:
Type
Description
3D landmarks
Landmarks are 3D artistic or block representations of prominent or
well-known objects. 3D landmarks are only available in selected cities
and countries.
Elevated roads
Complex intersections and vertically isolated roads (such as
overpasses or underground tunnels) are displayed in 3D.
3D buildings
Full 3D city building data that represents actual building size and
position on the map. Building data is limited to the city centers of major
cities in the US and Europe.
3D terrain
3D terrain map data shows changes in terrain, elevations or
depressions in the land when you view the map, and use it to plot the
route map in 3D when you navigate.
■ Managing facilities information
You can manage your POIs, and set POI visibility for both your own POIs and the ones that
came with the product. Touch the following switches: [Menu], [Manage], [POI]
Touch switch/icon
Description
Switch including name of POI
group
Opens the list of the subgroups of this POI group. The new list behaves
in the same way.
Switch including the name and
address of a POI item
Opens the selected POI for editing. Only the POIs you have created
appear in this list.
[Edit]
Opens the selected POI group for editing.
[My POI]
Touch to filter the list to contain only the POIs that you saved.
[All]
Touch to see all POIs in the list.
[New Group]
Creates a new POI group at the given group level.
Turns the page for a view of new list items.
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Touch switch/icon
Description
This POI group is not shown on the map.
This POI group and all its subgroups are shown on the map.
This POI group and some of its subgroups are shown on the map.
This POI group contains POIs that you saved.
When a POI group is open for editing:
Touch switch
Description
[Off]
Items in the POI group will not be shown on the map.
[Close], [Medium], [Far Ahead],
[Satellite]
The distance switches set the zoom level at which to show the items in
the POI group on the map.
[Same Visibility in Subgroups]
Subgroups under the edited POI group will inherit the visibility settings
of the POI group.
Switch including icon of POI
group
Touch this switch to select a new icon for the POI group.
[Rename]
Rename edited POI groups.
[Remove]
Delete edited POI groups. Created POI groups can only be deleted.
When a POI item is open for editing:
Touch switch
Description
Switch including name of POI
group
Touch this switch to rename the POI.
Switch including POI icon
Touch this switch to select a new icon for the POI.
Touch this switch to enter a telephone number for the POI.
Touch this switch to enter additional information for the POI.
[Delete]
Touch this switch to delete the selected POI.
[Change Group]
Touch this switch to move the POI to another POI group or subgroup.
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Operation
Navigation Overview
■ Itinerary display
The Itinerary is a list of the route events, which are the driving instructions.
On the Map screen you can display itineraries by the following methods.
● Touch the area between the Turn preview field where the next maneuver is shown and the
Travel data field.
● In the Advanced mode, touch the following switches: [Menu], [Route], [Itinerary]
You have the following options on the Itinerary screen:
Touch switch
Description
Any of the list items
Opens the map with the selected maneuver in the middle.
[Mode]
Changes the detail level of the Itinerary. The levels are as follows:
● Detailed Instructions: All intersections are listed
● Itinerary: Only significant intersections (the ones announced in
voice guidance) are listed
● Roads list: The list of the roads used while navigating the route.
Moves between pages for additional list items.
When the map is open with a maneuver in the middle:
Touch switch
Description
Zooms in the map.
Zooms out the map.
Moves the map to show the previous or next maneuver.
[Avoid.]
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Opens a screen from which you can avoid a part of the route starting
from a selected maneuver.
■ Route editing
This feature is available in Advanced mode only.
Touch the following switches: [Menu], [Route], [Edit Route]
A list of route points appears with the start point at the top of the list and the final destination at
the bottom. If several via points exist, you might need to scroll between pages.
Touch one of the route points in the list. You have the following options:
Touch switch
Description
The selected point moves up in the list (becomes a via point to be
reached earlier). Repeatedly touching this switch will make this point
the start point.
The selected point moves down in the list (becomes a via point to be
reached later). Repeatedly touching this switch will make this point the
final destination.
Reverses the route. The start point becomes the destination, the
destination becomes the start point, and the order of the via points is
reversed.
[Optimize]
The route is optimized. The start point and the destination remain in
position, but the via points are reordered to make the shortest possible
route.
[Remove]
Touch this switch to remove the selected point from the route.
As soon as you leave this screen, the route is recalculated automatically, and you can start
navigating right away.
■ Route information screen
The Route information screen has all the data and some of the functions you need while you
navigate. There are two ways to open this screen:
● Touch the Turn Preview field (
) to open directly from the Map screen.
● In the Advanced mode, touch the following switches from the Navigation menu: [Route],
[Route Info]
In the top section of the screen you see information about the current route. The fields on this
screen are continuously updated while the screen is open.
When you open the screen, all fields contain information about reaching your final destination.
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Navigation Overview
Touch any of the fields to see data on the via points starting from the first one through the final
destination.
This screen includes following data and features:
Description
Function
Route Line
Name
The upper part of this screen shows your
planned route as a horizontal line. The
point at the left end represents the route
starting point and the point at the right
end represents the final destination. The
flags of the via points along the line are
separated by intervals proportional to the
distances between them.
Touch this field to change the
content of all data fields to via point
information.
Estimated Arrival
Shows the estimated arrival time at the
final destination of the route based on
information available for the remaining
segments of the route. The calculation
cannot take into account traffic jams and
other possible delays.
Touch this field to change the
content of all data fields to via point
information.
Distance Left
Shows distance left to final destination.
Touch this field to change the
content of all data fields to via point
information.
Time Left
Shows the time needed to reach the final
destination of the route based on
information available for the remaining
segments of the route. The calculation
cannot take into account traffic jams and
other possible delays.
Touch this field to change the
content of all data fields to via point
information.
Method
This field shows how the route was
calculated.
Touch this field to change the
content of all data fields to via point
information.
The route type (fast, short, simple, or
economical) is displayed here.
Warning icons
In these square fields graphical symbols
are displayed in the case that warnings
are attached to the planned route. These
are warnings, so icons always show
information for the whole route, even if
the data fields only display values from
your present position to a via point.
Touch any of the icons for an
explanation.
[Settings]
Opens the Route planning options
screen from the Settings menu.
[Plan on Map]
Opens the Map screen designed for
route planning.
[Skip Next Via]
Appears only if at least one via point
exists.
Deletes the next via point from the
route.
[Delete Route]
Only appears when the route contains no
via points.
Deletes the active route.
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■ Facility information, storage, and revision
A point of interest (POI) is a location that someone might find useful or interesting. Navigation
comes with several thousand POIs included. You can create POIs independently in the
application.
POI locations are marked on the map with special icons. POI icons are quite large so you can
easily recognize the symbol. The icons are semi-transparent. They do not hide the streets and
intersections behind them.
POIs are grouped into several levels of categories and subcategories. The icon of POIs that
come with the map shows the symbol of the POI category. If you save your own POI, you can
select an icon for it independently of the POI category you have put it in.
Saving POIs
To save a POI, place the Cursor ( ) at the desired location, then touch the following switches:
[Cursor], [More Options], [Save as POI]
Managing POIs
You can select which POI groups to show and which ones to hide on the map, and from which
zoom levels POI icons are visible. At the same place, you can manage your saved POIs. A
saved POI can be renamed, moved to a different POI group, its icon can be changed, or a
phone number and additional information can be added to it. Touch the following switches:
[Menu], [Manage], [POI]
■ Managing saved search criteria
You can manage the list of previously saved search criteria to easily find frequently searched
POI types. Touch the following switches: [Menu], [Manage], [Saved Search Criteria]
Touch switch
Switch with the name of the
Saved Search Criteria
Description
Touch to rename the saved query.
Deletes the selected item in the list.
[Clear All]
Deletes the entire list.
Turns the page for view of other list items.
[<Add new search>]
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Touch to save new search criteria. In the same way as you search for
POIs, first select the search reference, then select the POI group or
subgroup to search in.
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Operation
Navigation Overview
Using Keyboard Screen
You only need to enter letters or numbers in Navigation when you cannot avoid it. You can type
with your fingertips on the full-screen keyboards and you can switch between various keyboard
layouts, for example ABC, QWERTY, or numerical.
Task
Description
Switching to another keyboard layout, for example
from an English QWERTY keyboard to a Greek
character keyboard
Touch [US ENGLISH (QWERTY)] to select it from
the list of available keyboard types.
Correcting an entry on the keyboard
Delete an unwanted character: Touch
Navigation remembers your last keyboard choice
and offers it the next time you need to enter data.
.
Touch and hold the switch to delete the entire
string.
Entering a space, for example between a first name
and a family name or in multi-word street names
Touch [Space].
Entering lowercase or capital letters
Touch [aA] to cycle through entering lowercase
letters, initial capitals and all capitals.
Entering symbols
Tap [@/!] to switch to a keyboard offering symbol
characters.
Finalizing the keyboard entry
Touch [Done].
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Navigation Guidance
Navigation Guidance
You can set up your route in Navigation in several ways:
● if you need a simple route (a route with only one destination and without any intermediate via
points), you can select the destination and start navigating to it right away.
● You can plan a multi-point route (available in Advanced mode only).
● You can also plan a route independently of your current GPS position or even without GPS
reception (available in Advanced mode only)
Destination Setting
Navigation offers you several ways of
choosing your destination and via points
(intermediate destinations).
● Use selected location (Cursor) on the Map
(See page 89).
● Enter an address or part of an address.
For example, enter a street name rather
than a house number or the names of two
intersecting streets (See page 90).
● Enter an address with ZIP code (See page
95). In this case, there in not need to select
a city name. This will speed up the search
for a street name.
● Use coordinates (See page 98)
● A Favorite (See page 96)
● A POI (See page 96)
● From a history of set destinations and
intermediate points (See page 98)
Setting from Map Scroll
1
Locate your destination on the map.
Move and scale the map as needed
(See page 66).
2
Touch the location that you want to
select as your destination. The Cursor
( ) appears.
3
Touch [Cursor] to open the Cursor
menu.
4
The map appears with the selected
point in the middle. From the Cursor
menu, touch [Set as Destination]
(Advanced mode). The route is then
automatically calculated, and you can
start navigating.
ATTENTION
CHECK
If you are going to use a route later, save it
before you start navigating. Touch the
following switches: [Menu], [Route], [Save
Route]
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When you wish to use the destination later,
save it as a POI from the Cursor menu and
then add it to your list of Favorites.
The Cursor menu returns automatically with
the same point. Now you can use it as a route
point.
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Navigation Guidance
Navigation Guidance
Setting from Address
If you know at least a part of the address, this
is the quickest way to select the destination of
the route.
2
By default, Navigation proposes the
country/state and city where you are. If
needed, touch the switch with the
name of the country on it, and select a
different one from the list. When
selecting a new country, you need to
either select a state or, to search for a
city regardless of your current state,
touch [<All states>].
3
Even when you do not change
countries, you may change state.
Touch the state name switch, and
select from the list.
Using the same screen, you can find an
address by entering:
● The exact
number
address,
including
house
● A city center
● An intersection
● The midpoint of a street
● Any of the above, starting the search with
the ZIP code (See page 95)
■ Entering Address
In some countries, a state name may be
included in the address. If any of these
countries or a country from the list of country
names is selected, 5 lines appear on the
screen.
4
If needed, change the city.
● To select the city from the list of recently
used ones, touch the
switch.
5
Touch the following switches. After
changing the country/state, touch
[<City Name>] .
● Start entering the city name on the key
board.
● After entering a couple of characters, the
names that match the string appear in a
list.
● Touch [Done] to open a list of results
before one appears automatically.
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Touch the following switches: [Find
Address] (Advanced mode)
6
Pick the city from the list.
7
Touch [<Street Name>].
● Start entering the street name on the
keyboard.
● After entering a couple of characters, the
names that match the string appear in a
list.
● Touch [Done] to open a list of results
before one appears automatically.
■ Entering addresses for repeating
house number allocation
On some long roads house numbering is
restarted at some point. Hence, the same
house number can appear twice or even
more times on the same road. If this is the
case, after entering the house number, you
need to select the appropriate address by the
district/suburb information.
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Select the street from the list.
1
Touch the following switches: [Find],
[Find Address] (Advanced mode).
9
Touch [<House Number>].
2
By default, Navigation proposes the
country/state and city where you are. If
needed, touch the switch with the
name of the country/state, and select a
different one from the list.
● Enter the house number on the keyboard.
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Touch [Done] to finish entering the
address.
The map appears with the selected
point in the middle. From the Cursor
menu, touch [Set as Destination]
(Advanced mode). The route is then
automatically calculated, and you can
start navigating.
3
If needed, change the city.
● To select the city from the list of recently
used ones, touch the
switch.
4
Touch the following switches. After
changing the country/state, touch
[<City Name>].
● Start entering the city name on the key
board.
● After entering a couple of characters, the
names that match the string appear in a
list.
● Touch [Done] to open a list of results
before one appears automatically.
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Pick the city from the list.
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Navigation Guidance
6
Touch [<Street Name>].
● Start entering the street name on the
keyboard.
● After entering a couple of characters, the
names that match the string appear in a
list.
● Touch [Done] to open a list of results
before one appears automatically.
7
Select the street from the list.
8
Touch [<House Number>].
● Enter the house number on the keyboard.
9
Touch [Done] to finish entering the
address.
10
A list appears with the matching
addresses. Touch the desired one.
11
The map appears with the selected
point in the middle. From the Cursor
menu, touch [Set as Destination]
(Advanced mode). The route is then
automatically calculated, and you can
start navigating.
■ Entering
address
without
knowing district or suburb
Long roads can run across several districts or
suburbs. You may not know what particular
house number is located where. In this case,
follow the instructions below.
1
Touch the following switches: [Find],
[Find Address] (Advanced mode).
2
By default, Navigation proposes the
country/state and city where you are. If
needed, touch the switch with the
name of the country/state, and select a
different one from the list.
3
If needed, change the city.
● To select the city from the list of recently
used ones, touch the
switch.
4
Touch the following switches. After
changing the country/state, touch
[<City Name>].
● Start entering the city name on the key
board.
● After entering a couple of characters, the
names that match the string appear in a
list.
● Touch [Done] to open a list of results
before one appears automatically.
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Pick the city from the list.
6
Touch [<Street Name>].
■ Selecting from intersection
● Start entering the street name on the
keyboard.
1
Touch the following switches: [Find],
[Find Address] (Advanced mode).
● After entering a couple of characters, the
names that match the string appear in a
list.
2
By default, Navigation proposes the
country/state and city where you are. If
needed, touch the switch with the
name of the country/state, and select a
different one from the list.
● Touch [Done] to open a list of results
before one appears automatically.
7
Instead of selecting one of the streets,
touch [Search in All].
8
Touch [<House Number>].
● Enter the house number on the keyboard.
9
Touch [Done] to finish entering the
address.
10
A list appears with the matching
addresses. Touch the desired one.
11
The map appears with the selected
point in the middle. From the Cursor
menu, touch [Set as Destination]
(Advanced mode). The route is then
automatically calculated, and you can
start navigating.
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3
If needed, change the city.
● To select the city from the list of recently
used ones, touch the
switch.
4
Touch the following switches. After
changing the country/state, touch
[<City Name>].
● Start entering the city name on the
keyboard.
● After entering a couple of characters, the
names that match the string appear in a
list.
● Touch [Done] to open a list of results
before one appears automatically.
5
Pick the city from the list.
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Navigation Guidance
6
Touch [<Street Name>].
● Start entering the street name on the
keyboard.
● After entering a couple of characters, the
names that match the string appear in a
list.
● Touch [Done] to open a list of results
before one appears automatically.
7
Select the street from the list.
8
Touch [Intersection].
● If only a few intersecting streets exist, a list
of them appears immediately.
● For longer streets, a keyboard screen
appears. Start entering the name of the
intersecting street on the keyboard. As you
type, if the matching streets can be shown
on one screen, a list of them appears
automatically.
9
Touch the desired intersecting street
in the list.
10
The map appears with the selected
point in the middle. From the Cursor
menu, touch [Set as Destination]
(Advanced mode). The route is then
automatically calculated, and you can
start navigating.
■ Selecting from city center
The City Center is not the geometric center of
the city but an arbitrary point the map
creators have chosen. In towns and villages,
it is usually chosen to be the most important
intersection. In large cities, it is an important
intersection.
1
Touch the following switches: [Find],
[Find Address] (Advanced mode).
2
By default, Navigation proposes the
country/state and city where you are. If
needed, touch the switch with the
name of the country/state, and select a
different one from the list.
3
● To select the city from the list of recently
used ones, touch the
switch.
4
Touch the following switches. After
changing the country/state, touch
[<City Name>].
● Start entering the city name on the
keyboard.
● After entering a couple of characters, the
names that match the string appear in a
list.
● Touch [Done] to open a list of results
before one appears automatically.
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If needed, change the city.
Pick the city from the list.
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Touch [City Center].
The map appears with the selected
point in the middle. From the Cursor
menu, touch [Set as Destination]
(Advanced mode). The route is then
automatically calculated, and you can
start navigating.
■ Selecting from ZIP code
All of the above address searching
possibilities can be performed when entering
the ZIP code instead of the city name. The
following is an example for a full address.
1
Touch the following switches: [Find],
[Find Address] (Advanced mode).
2
By default, Navigation proposes the
country/state and city where you are. If
needed, touch the switch with the
name of the country/state, and select a
different one from the list.
3
Touch the City Name switch, and enter
the ZIP code.
● Start entering the ZIP code on the
keyboard.
4
Pick the city from the list.
5
Touch [<Street Name>].
● Start entering the street name on the
keyboard.
● After entering a couple of characters, the
names that match the string appear in a
list.
● Touch [Done] to open a list of results
before one appears automatically.
6
Select the street from the list.
7
Touch [<House Number>].
● Enter the house number on the keyboard.
8
Touch [Done] to finish entering the
address.
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The map appears with the selected
point in the middle. From the Cursor
menu, touch [Set as Destination]
(Advanced mode). The route is then
automatically calculated, and you can
start navigating.
● After entering a couple of numbers,
matching city names appear in a list.
● Touch [Done] to open a list of results
before one appears automatically.
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Navigation Guidance
Setting from Favorites
■ Entering quick address
● When you are entering the name of a city
or a street, Navigation only displays those
characters that appear in possible search
results. The other characters are grayed
out.
● To enter a city or street name, enter a few
letters and then touch [Done]. Navigation
will display a list including the entered
letters.
You can select a location that you have
already saved as a Favorite to be your
destination.
1
Touch the following switches: [Find],
[Favorites] (Advanced mode).
2
Touch the Favorite you wish to set as
your destination.
3
The map appears with the selected
point in the middle. From the Cursor
menu, touch [Set as Destination]
(Advanced mode). The route is then
automatically calculated, and you can
start navigating.
● You can speed up finding an intersection.
● Search for the rare or less common name
first. A few letters should be sufficient.
● If one of the streets is shorter, search for
that one first. You can then find the second
one faster.
● You can search using both the type and
the name of the roads. If the same word
appears in several names, for example in
the name of streets, roads and avenues,
you can obtain the result faster if you enter
the first letter of the street type. For
example, enter Pi A to obtain Pine Avenue
and skip all Pine Streets and Pickwick
Roads.
● You can also search in ZIP codes. This is
useful when a street name is common and
it is used in several districts of a city.
Setting from Facility
Information
■ Selecting
information
facility
You can select your destination from the
POIs included with Navigation or from the
ones you have previously created.
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from
Touch the following switches: [Find],
[Find POI] (Advanced mode).
2
Select the area in which to search for
the POI.
● [Around Address]: The POI will
searched for around a given address.
be
● [Around Cursor]: The map appears with
the Cursor in the middle. Modify the
location of the Cursor if necessary, then
touch [OK]. The POI will be searched for
around the given location.
● [Around GPS Position]: The POI will be
searched for around the current GPS
position.
● [Around Destination]: The POI will be
searched for around the destination of the
active route.
● [Along Route]: The POI will be searched
for not around a given point, but by the
size of the detour it adds to the active
route. This is useful when searching for
stop offs which can be reached with a
minimal detour. Examples of such stop
offs include restaurants and gasoline
stands.
3
You can narrow the search with the
following:
● Select
the
POI
group
(e.g.
Accommodation), and after that, if needed,
select the POI subgroup (e.g. Hotel or
Motel).
4
When the list of results appears, you
can sort the list.
● [Order by Name: Sort the list alphabetically
(available when you search around a
single location).
● [Order by Distance]: Sort the list by the
straight-line distance from your present
position (available when you search
around a single location).
● [Order by Distance]: Sort the list by the
distance to drive on the route from your
present position (available when you
search along the active route).
● [Order by Detour]: Sort the list by the size
of the needed detour (available when you
search along the active route).
5
Touch the desired POI in the list.
6
Touch [Select].
7
The map appears with the selected
point in the middle. From the Cursor
menu, touch [Set as Destination]
(Advanced mode). The route is then
automatically calculated, and you can
start navigating.
● To find the POI by its name, touch [Search]
, and use the keyboard to enter a part of
the name.
● To list all POIs in a given group, touch [List
All in this Group].
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Navigation Guidance
■ Select
from
saved
facility
information search criteria
4
Your can save POI search criteria in the POI
section of the Manage menu. However,
Navigation also comes with a number or presaved criteria which can be used immediately
to search for POIs.
1
Touch the following switches: [Find],
[Find POI] (Advanced mode).
2
Touch [Saved Search Criteria].
3
Select one of the saved criteria, and a
list of matching POIs appears.
4
5
Touch the desired POI in the list.
The map appears with the selected
point in the middle. From the Cursor
menu, touch [Set as Destination]
(Advanced mode). The route is then
automatically calculated, and you can
start navigating.
Setting from History
The map appears with the selected
point in the middle. From the Cursor
menu, touch [Set as Destination]
(Advanced mode). The route is then
automatically calculated, and you can
start navigating.
Setting from Coordinates
This feature is available in Advanced mode
only.
1
Touch the following switches: [Find],
[Find Coordinate]
● Touch [Coordinate Display Format] to
change the format of the displayed
coordinates.
2
Touch longitude or latitude values to
change the coordinates.
3
Enter the coordinate values in the
WGS84 format: The latitude (N or S)
and the longitude (E or W).
4
Touch [Done].
5
Touch [OK].
Past destinations are appear in the History.
1
Touch the following switches: [Find],
[History] (Advanced mode).
2
If necessary, move between pages
with
to see past destinations.
3
Touch the desired item.
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The map appears with the selected
point in the middle. From the Cursor
menu, touch [Set as Destination]
(Advanced mode). The route is then
automatically calculated, and you can
start navigating.
Search Menu
Select the route destination. Touch the
following switches: [Menu], [Find]
■ Display route (in accordance with
screen)
The map can be moved and scaled to show
the whole line of the route. You do not need
to manipulate the map manually. The Plan on
Map feature does it for you.
Touch switch
Description
Reference
[Find Address]
If you know at least a
part of the address,
this is the quickest
way to find the
location.
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You can select your
destination from the
thousands of POIs
included with
Navigation or from
the ones you have
previously created.
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The destinations that
you have already
entered in Navigation
are available in the
History list.
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[Find
Coordinate]
You can select your
destination by
entering its
coordinates.
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This unit can provide you with even better
Routes, if Traffic Message information is
available.
[Favorites]
You can select a
location already
saved as a Favorite
to be your
destination.
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[Plan on Map]
Opens a special 2D
Map screen
optimized for route
planning. The Zoom
in, Zoom out and
route modifying
switches of the
Cursor menu appear.
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If public Traffic data is broadcast at your
location, this unit automatically takes into
account the Traffic data received. You do not
need to set anything in the program. the
decoded information will immediately be
used in route planning. The moment unit
receives traffic information that may affect
your route, the program will warn you that it is
recalculating the route, and this unit will
continue with a new route that is optimal
based on the most up-to-date traffic
conditions.
[Find POI]
[History]
In Advanced mode, the following options are
available on Plan on Map.
● From the Find menu: Touch [Menu], [Find],
[Plan on Map].
● From the Route information screen: Touch
[Menu], [Route], [Route Info], [Plan on
Map].
● From the Route Information screen using a
shortcut: Touch
, [Plan on Map].
■ Traffic
Touch the following switches:
[Settings], [Traffic INFO]
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[Menu],
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Navigation Guidance
Navigation Guidance
Route Search and
Advanced Search
Navigation calculates the route based on
your preferences.
Route calculation methods
● Fast
● Short
● Economical
● Easy
Road types
■ Creating multiple destinations
(adding intermediate points)
A multi-point route is created from a simple
route. Hence, the route must be non-active at
first. One of the ways of expanding the route
is to keep the destination, and to add via
points (intermediate destinations).
This feature is available in Advanced mode
only.
1
Select a new location as you did in the
previous sections. The new location is
added within the route.
2
The map appears with the selected
point in the middle. Then the Cursor
menu opens automatically.
3
Touch [Insert as Via] to add location as
intermediate destination before the
final destination on the route.
● Unpaved roads
● Permit needed
● Freeways
● Toll roads
● Charge roads
● Ferries
● Cross-border planning
● Carpool (appears only when used in the
USA)
● To add more points to the route, repeat the
above steps as many times as you like.
This unit automatically recalculates the route
if you deviate from the proposed itinerary.
When you insert via points in a routes which
already includes multiple points, the Edit
route screen appears automatically. From
this screen, you can decide the positions of
the intermediate route points. When you
enter the screen, the new via point is places
as the last via point before the final
destination. The new point is the highlighted
point in the list.
Depending on the type of the Traffic event,
This unit also recalculates the route if a
Traffic event concerns a part of the
recommended route.
For further information about Route Planning
options, see “Route planning option” on page
53.
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You have the following options:
Touch switch
Action
The selected point moves up in
the list (becomes a via point to
be reached earlier). Repeatedly
touching this switch will make
this point the start point.
The selected point moves down
in the list (becomes a via point to
be reached later). Repeatedly
touching this switch will make
this point the final destination.
[Optimize]
[Remove]
■ Creating multiple destinations
(adding new destination)
A multi-point route is created from a simple
route. Hence, the route must be non-active at
first. Another way of expanding the route is to
add a new destination. The previous
destination becomes the last via point of the
route.
This feature is available in Advanced mode
only.
Reverses the route. The start
point becomes the destination,
the destination becomes the
start point, and the order of the
via points is reversed.
1
Select a new location as you did in the
previous sections. The new location is
added to the route as a destination.
The route is optimized. The start
point and the destination remain
in position, but the via points are
reordered to make the shortest
possible route.
2
The map appears with the selected
point in the middle. Then the Cursor
menu opens automatically.
Touch this switch to remove the
selected point from the route.
The route remains as it was
before adding the new point.
3
Touch [More Options] to open the full
Cursor menu with the additional
functions.
4
Touch [Continue] to add the point as a
new final destination demoting the
previous one to the last intermediate
destination.
Every time a new point is added, the route is
recalculated automatically and you can start
navigating right away.
● To add more points to the route, repeat the
above steps as many times as you like.
Every time a new point is added, the route is
recalculated automatically and you can start
navigating right away.
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Navigation Guidance
Navigation Guidance
■ Deleting an intermediate point
from the route
The simplest way to delete the next route
point (next via point) is to touch the Turn
Preview field ( ) of the Map screen, then
touch [Skip Next Via] to open the Route
information screen.
In Advanced mode, you have another option.
Touch the following switches: [Menu],
[Route], [Route Info], [Skip Next Via].
■ Detour menu
This
screen
contains
quick
detour
possibilities during navigation. You can touch
[Detour] directly from the Map screen.
The options are as follows.
● On the main part of the screen you can see
the first page of Saved Search Criteria.
Select any of the criteria to quickly receive
the list of nearest matching POIs, and
instantly plan a new route to the desired
one, or insert it as a via point in your active
route.
● In Advanced mode more switches appear
at the bottom.
● [Avoid]: If you want to bypass a part of the
route starting from the next intersection,
touch this switch, and select a distance to
bypass.
● [Delete Avoids]: If you have used the
above function, touch this switch to clear
the restrictions from the map.
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About Destination
History
■ Managing history
You can manage the list of recently used
locations. Touch the following switches:
[Menu], [Manage], [History]
Touch switch
Description
Deletes the selected item in the
History.
[Clear History]
Deletes entire history.
Turn the page to view further
items on the list.
Deleting Destination
History
■ Deleting active route
The simplest way to delete an active route is
to touch the Turn Preview field ( ) of the
Map screen, then touch [Delete Route] to
open the Route information screen.
In Advanced mode, you have another option.
Touch the following switches: [Menu],
[Route], [Delete Route]
CAUTION
If via points exist in the active route, you
cannot delete the route immediately on the
Route information screen. When you
repeatedly touch [Skip Next Via] until all the
via points have disappeared, [Delete Route]
will appear. Touch this switch to cancel the
whole route.
■ Managing saved routes
You can manage previously saved routes.
Touch the following switches: [Menu],
[Manage], [Saved Routes]
Touch switch
When Track Log details are shown:
Touch switch
Touch this switch to hide the
Track Log on the map. No color
will be assigned to the Track
Log.
Description
Switch with
Opens the selected route for
name of saved editing.
route
Touch one of the colored
switches to assign a color to the
Track Log. The Track Log will be
shown on the map in this color.
Deletes the selected route.
[Clear All]
Clears the list of saved routes.
[Fit to screen]
The map returns with the Track
Log. The map is scaled to show
the whole Track Log.
[Delete]
Deletes the selected Track Log.
[Export]
Saves the Track Log on the
inserted memory card in GPX
format.
Turn the page to view further
items on the list.
■ Managing Track Logs
Description
Switch with the Opens a Keyboard screen to let
name of the
you rename the Track Log.
Track Log
You can record Track Logs, then play them
back, display them on the map, and view their
details. Touch the following switches: [Menu],
[Manage], [Track Logs].
Touch switch
Description
[Record]
Starts recording the track that
you drive. (You can also start
recording a Track Log in the
Quick menu.)
[Stop
Recording]
Stops the ongoing Track Log
recording. (You can also start
recording a Track Log in the
Quick menu.)
Switch with the Shows the details of the
name of the
selected Track Log.
Track Log
Starts a simulated playback of
the selected Track Log on the
map.
Turns the page to view further
items on the list.
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Navigation Guidance
Navigation Guidance
Demonstration (Demo)
A simulation drives you through the route,
following the driving instructions (page ). You
can choose between a simulation at high
speed or at normal driving speed.
For example, using route demonstration, you
can check the bridges planned by Navigation.
You can then avoid any bridges you do not
wish to cross.
■ Viewing a route demonstration
This feature is available in Advanced mode
only.
The procedure is explained starting from the
Map screen.
1
Touch the following switches: [Menu],
[Route]
2
The Route menu appears. There are
two ways of running the route
simulation.
● Touch [Fly Over] to run the simulation at
high speed to give you a quick overview of
the route.
● Touch [Simulate] to run the simulation at
normal speed and with voice guidance
instructions announced. This option is for
demonstration purposes, or for checking
difficult parts of the route in advance.
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You can stop the simulation by
pressing stop at any time [Stop].
Navigation Guidance
Storing Locations
Managing Favorites
You can manage the list of your Favorites.
Touch the following switches: [Menu],
[Manage], [Favorites]
Touch switch
Switch with
name of
Favorite
Description
Opens the selected Favorite for
editing.
Deletes the selected item from
the list of Favorites.
[Clear All]
Clears the list of Favorites.
Turns the page for view other
items on the list.
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Navigation Guidance
What to Do When...
About GPS Satellite Quality and Status
Touch
status.
and the GPS switch to open the GPS Data screen and check the GPS reception
Icon
Color
Green
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Description
Navigation is connected to the GPS
receiver and able to obtain GPS position
information in 3D. Navigation can
calculate both your horizontal and
vertical GPS position.
Yellow
Navigation is connected to the GPS
receiver and able to obtain GPS position
information in 2D. Only the horizontal
position is calculated, Navigation cannot
calculate your vertical GPS position.
Gray
Navigation is connected to the GPS
receiver but cannot obtain GPS position
information.
Red
Navigation has no connection to the GPS
receiver.
Green (blinking)
Sky blue circle
Name
GPS position
quality indicator
GPS connection
quality indicator
Navigation is connected to the GPS
receiver.
Yellow (blinking)
Navigation has no connection to the GPS
receiver but it is still trying to establish a
connection.
Red (blinking)
Navigation has no connection to the GPS
receiver and is not trying to establish a
connection.
The virtual sky shows the visible part of
the sky above you, with your position as
the center. The satellites are shown at
their current positions. The GPS receives
data from both the green and yellow
satellites. Signals from the yellow
satellites are only received, while green
ones are used by the GPS receiver to
calculate your present location.
Icon
Color
Name
Description
n/a
Coordinates
Your current GPS position in WGS84
format.
n/a
Status bars for
the satellites
Dark bars are for the yellow and lit bars
are for the green satellites. The more
satellites your GPS tracks (the green
ones), the better is your calculated
position.
About Speed Warnings
Maps may contain information about the speed limits of the road segments. This information
may not be available in your district (ask your local dealer). Also, this information may not be
completely accurate for all roads on the map.
You can configure Navigation to warn you if you exceed the current limit. Touch the following
switches. [Menu], [Settings], [Warnings],[Warn When Speeding]. When you exceed the speed
limit, the following will occur.
● Visible warning: A symbol with the speed limit appears in the corner of the map
(For example:
).
● Audible warning: A voice message is played using the selected guidance profile.
About Road Safety Cameras
The location of a Road Safety Camera is a special POI. These cannot be searched like other
POIs, and there is a special proximity warning for cameras.
Is this device shipped with a built-in database of Road Safety Cameras?
No
Can you save the Cursor as the location of a Road Safety Camera?
Yes
■ Saving road safety cameras
To save a Road Safety Camera location, place the Cursor ( ) at the desired location, then
touch the following switches: [Cursor], [More Options], [Save as Camera]
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Navigation Guidance
What to Do When...
■ Camera warning
The warning for Road Safety Cameras can be turned on in Warning Settings. Touch the
following switches: [Menu], [Settings], [Warnings], [Speed Camera Warning]
When you approach a Road Safety Camera with the warning enabled, the following happens.
● Visible Warning: The type of the camera is displayed in the secondary Turn Preview field (for
example
).
● Audible Warning: When no speed limit specified for the camera, or your speed is under the
specified speed limit, single beeps warn you about the camera.
● If you exceed the speed limit of the camera, the following also happens.
● Visible warning: A symbol with the speed limit appears in the corner of the map
(for example:
).
● Audible warning: A special alert sound is played.
■ Road Safety Camera types
There are different types of Road Safety Cameras.
Symbol
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Type
Description
Fixed
Some speed cameras stand by the roadside, looking
in one direction, measuring traffic in one or both
directions. They measure your current speed. For
these speed cameras you can specify the controlled
traffic direction and the speed limit. Navigation warns
you when you approach these speed cameras in the
measured direction. If your speed exceeds the speed
limit near the speed camera, Navigation plays a
special warning sound.
Mobile
Some speed cameras are operated from vehicles.
They are not constantly in operation and are not set to
check a preset speed limit. The warning is similar to
fixed speed cameras, but as there is no speed limit
given, only the proximity is announced.
Built-in
Some speed cameras are built into traffic lights. They
work like fixed speed cameras, but they are difficult to
spot. The warning for proximity and speeding is the
same as for the fixed speed cameras.
Symbol
Type
Section control
Description
These speed cameras work in pairs, and do not
measure your current speed but your average speed
between the two speed cameras. Both identify your
car and record the exact time you pass them. They
use the difference between the two points in time to
calculate your average speed.
Navigation warns you when you approach these
speed cameras in the measured direction. The
warning continues as you pass the camera and your
average speed up to the other of the two cameras is
measured. If your average speed exceeds the speed
limit between the two speed cameras, you receive the
same special warning sound as with the other speed
camera types.
In the rare case Navigation cannot register the
moment you pass the second speed camera (for
example, it is placed at the exit of a tunnel where GPS
positioning is not yet available) the warning
continues. Touch the speed camera symbol
displayed on the screen to stop the warning.
Red light
These cameras check whether traffic lights are being
obeyed. The warning is similar to mobile speed
cameras. As there is no associated speed limit, only
the proximity is announced.
■ Road Safety Camera directions
A speed camera can measure the speed of one direction of the traffic, both directions, or even
several directions at an intersection when mounted on a rotating base. Red light cameras
measure traffic in the same direction. Navigation warns you only if you are driving in a
measured or possibly measured direction. The measured direction of the camera appears with
the following symbols.
Symbol
Description
The camera checks speed in the direction in which you are driving.
The camera checks speed in the opposite direction to that in which you are
driving.
The camera checks speed in both directions on the road.
The camera can check speed in any direction.
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Optional Features
Rear View Camera Operations
If the separately sold rear view camera is installed, you can play the rearward status on the
display on shifting into the back gear.
CAUTION
The rear view camera plays a mirror-reversed video image to give the same view as a rear or side
mirror. The way to view the image differs depending on vehicle model. Be careful when using it.
IMPORTANT
When using a high-pressure car-wash machine, take care not to directly turn the nozzles on or
around the camera. Doing so may result in the camera falling off.
ATTENTION
● Do not place too much confidence in the rear view camera.
● Use the rear view camera as an additional tool to check for obstacles.
● Raindrops on the camera unit may result in a poor video image being displayed.
● Do not reverse your vehicle while only watching the monitor screen. Be sure to look through the
rearview and side mirrors together and carefully check that conditions are safe around and to the
rear of your vehicle.
● Do not use this machine in the following conditions.
• While driving on frozen, slippery or snow-covered roads
• On non-level surfaces such as slopes
• When the rear door is not closed completely
• When tire chains or temporary tires are being used
● When the display is cold, it may be difficult to recognize the contents of the video due to the
screening of a darker image or an image lag. Be sure to visually check that conditions are safe
around your vehicle while driving.
● The person or obstacle displayed on the screen is different from the actual position or difference
due to the characteristics of the camera lens.
● Do not subject the camera unit to a strong impact, for example, hitting the camera unit or
impacting the camera unit against a solid object. Doing so may displace the camera position or
installation angle, resulting in the rear view camera malfunctioning.
● The camera unit has a waterproof structure. Do not remove, disassemble, or remodel the camera
unit. Doing so may result in the rear view camera malfunctioning.
● If you rub or polish the camera cover strongly with an abrasive or brush with hard bristles, it may
result in the cover becoming damaged, which may affect the video.
● The camera cover is made of resin. Do not allow any organic solvents, body wax, oil film remover,
or glass coating solvent to come in contact with the camera cover. If such a material adheres to
the cover, immediately wipe off it.
● If the temperature changes rapidly as a result, for instance, of spilling of hot water on the camera
unit when it is cold, the rear view camera may malfunction.
● Hitting the camera unit may result in the rear view camera malfunctioning due to a camera failure.
Have your authorized dealer check the problem early.
● Do not direct the camera lens at a brightly sunlight image for a long period of time. Doing so may
result in a baking phenomenon occurring.
● The photograph shows an example. The range displayed on the screen varies depending on the
vehicle model.
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● When you change to back gear, the screen will turn white and then the image will quickly return
to the screen.
● If the camera unit is exposed to strong light such as sunlight or headlights, a vertically-oriented
white zone may appear.
● If the camera is used for a long period of time, white scratches or vertical lines appear as the
temperature rises. Note that these phenomena are caused by the CCD characteristics.
● The rear view camera is equipped with a special lens; therefore, distances perceived through
viewing the video screen will be different from actual distances.
Imaging with the Rear
View Camera
■ When camera is set to AUTO
1
Shift to the back gear.
■ When camera is set to MANUAL
1
Press
2
Touch Info .
3
Touch Camera Screen .
.
● This changes to the rear view camera
screen.
● When you shift out of the back gear, the
screen that was being displayed before the
rearward images returns.
● This changes to the rear view camera
screen.
● Touch
to return to the immediately
preceding screen.
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Optional Features
Rear View Camera Operations
ATTENTION
● The image range displayed on the screen
may vary depending on vehicle or road
surface conditions.
● The image range displayed on the screen is
limited; therefore, you cannot display
something that is located near both ends of
the bumper or under the bumper.
● Colors shown in the rearward image may be
different from the actual colors of the
objects.
● You can adjust the brightness and contrast
of the screen. When you wish make
adjustments, hold
for a second or
more and the Image quality adjusting screen
will appear. See “Screen Adjustment and
Setting” on page 33
● In the following cases, it may be difficult to
watch the screen, but it is not an error.
• In dark places ( at night, etc.)
• The temperature near the lens is high or
low.
• When there are water drops on the
camera, or when humidity is high (during
rain showers, etc.)
• When foreign substances (mud, etc.)
have become attached to locations near
the camera.
• The camera lens has been exposed
directly to sunlight or the rays of
headlights.
• If a high-intensity point (sunlight reflected
on the vehicle body, etc.) is reflected on
the camera, it may result in a smearing
phenomenon*
cameras.
particular
to
CCD
<Screen Appearance>
Point of highintensity brightness
* Smearing phenomenon: Refers to an
image lag that is caused in the vertical
direction of a high-intensity point (sunlight
reflected on the vehicle body, etc.) on the
camera.
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What to Do When...
Display of Connection Status Information
You can check connection status information for the connections between this receiver and the
vehicle. These connections include those for GPS information and parking signals.
Display of Connection
Status Information
1
2
Press
Item
GPS
information
.
Parking signal
Touch Info .
Content
ON
GPS information
being received.
OFF
GPS information not
being received.
ON
Parking brake is on.
OFF
Parking brake is off.
ON
Currently in back
gear.
OFF
Currently in gear other
than back gear.
Reverse signal
* When Navigation is not correctly installed,
accurate information cannot be displayed.
3
Touch System Check .
● The Connection status information screen
will open.
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What to Do When...
Accuracy and Error
About measurement accuracy
GPS satellites are managed by the US Department of Defense and have a very high accuracy.
However, when multipath effects are caused by reflections from buildings and the like, errors
may occur.
About GPS Satellite Quality and Status
When there is obstruction between the GPS antenna and the GPS satellites, signals cannot be
received. Since at least three signals must be simultaneously received to establish your
position, Navigation cannot establish your position by GPS in the following locations.
When an obstruction (a load or the like) exists on or in the vicinity of the GPS antenna, it may
not be possible to receive signals from the satellites.
CHECK
● Since the GPS satellites orbit the earth, the reception of signals at a given position varies with
time. Note also that signals from satellites close to the horizon are susceptible to the effects of
obstructions.
● GPS satellites are managed by the US Department of Defense and their accuracy is sometimes
reduced deliberately.
Underground, in a tunnel or Surrounded by obstructions
in an indoor parking structure such as tall buildings
Densely wooded areas
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Under an elevated road
In a building
On a cliff side road or at a
cavern opening
About Errors in Present Location Display
Since this receiver uses information from the GPS satellite signals to establish the present
location, and the measurements from each of these include some error, the displayed present
location may not match your actual position.
CHECK
When the displayed present location does not match your actual position, you can revise it. Stop
somewhere safe, before revising.
About Correction of Vehicle Position Detection by Map
Matching
Map matching refers to a system of comparting present location information obtained using
GPS and the like with the roads which you have travelled on so far and correcting your present
location so that you are on the most appropriate road.
This receiver uses road shapes to correct the present location information that has been
obtained by combining independent measurements and satellite measurements.
However, since some error in the present location is unavoidable, the present location will
sometimes differ from your actual position even after correction by map matching.
The vehicle mark may also leave the road you are driving on when it differs in form to the map
data.
Actual path taken
Path taken as per sensor data
Screen display, correction by map matching
ATTENTION
Since this receiver does not operate in a stable manner when first switched on, the vehicle mark
may differ from your actual position when you start moving. After a short while, operation stabilizes
and normal operation will ensue.
About Accuracy of Present Position Display and Route
Guidance
As shown in the following, under certain road and driving conditions, accurate present location
and route guidance may not be available. This does not mean that your device is faulty.
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What to Do When...
Accuracy and Error
The present location appears on a When turning on a road forking
When making a turn, the present
road running parallel to the road
into two roads making a "Y" shape, location appears on the road just
taken.
the present location appears on
before or after the road turned on.
the other road.
The present location appears
misaligned when driving on steep
roads.
The present location appears
misaligned when driving on a
continuous curve in the same
direction.
The present location appears
misaligned when meandering
such as changing lanes.
The present location appears
misaligned when the vehicle is
rotated on a parking structure
turntable with the ACC turned
OFF.
The present location appears
misaligned when driving on a
snowbound or slippery road or
when using tire chains.
When the vehicle is moved by
ferry or a means other than being
driven, the GPS positioning will
indicate a present location on the
spot where the vehicle was prior
to being moved.
When route guidance indicates a
road that is actually blocked off
(regular traffic prohibited).
The present location appears
misaligned when turning back.
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About Road and Place-Name Data
There is always a possibility that roads and place-names will be modified after creation of the
map data, in which case the provided names will differ from the actual names.
About Route Guidance
When having turned on an
intersection that is not part of the
route guidance, there may be an
error in the voice guidance
instructions.
When searching for a route, the
route provided may include a
detour.
The route guidance may instruct a
U-turn.
Transit point
Search
reinitiated
When driving on a straight road,
the route guidance may instruct
you to go straight (in cases where
the shape of intersections is
difficult to determine).
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No route guidance may occur
even if turning at an intersection.
When driving towards the
destination without passing
through a transit point, the device
may reinitiate a route search and
provide a new route that takes you
towards that transit point.
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What to Do When...
Accuracy and Error
When searching for a route, the
route display may not appear in
time for the next turn.
While providing guidance on
where you are headed, several
geographical names may be
indicated.
Drive following the actual traffic
regulations.
● When you are driving at high speed, it may take longer to perform the search.
● Your route may not change even if you initiate another search.
● When an island or somewhere where there are no guidable roads is set as your present
location/destination, a route may not be found.
● When the present location and destination are close together, the route may not be
displayed.
● Toll roads are not necessarily used, even when you have selected to prioritize toll them.
In the same way, toll roads may appear on the route even when you have selected to not
prioritize them.
([Prioritize/do not prioritize toll roads] sets which type of road to use when both toll roads and
normal roads are available.)
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Starting Out
Before Use
CAUTION
● Be very careful and pay full attention to safety when operating
the audio controls while driving. Otherwise accidents may
occur. Also, be sure to set the volume so that you can still
adequately hear sounds outside the vehicle.
Improper use may result in a traffic accident.
● Never continue to use the system if it is malfunctioning in any
way. If smoke, abnormal noises or abnormal odors are noticed,
turn off the power immediately. Immediately turn off the audio in
such situations.
Exercise caution regarding the temperature inside the vehicle.
● The temperature inside the vehicle can increase during hot
weather.
Wait for the temperature inside the vehicle to drop before using
this receiver.
Otherwise damage may result.
● Do not disassemble or modify this receiver.
The main unit has a precisely designed structure, so consult
your retailer in the event any unsatisfactory performance is
observed.
● Do not apply excessive force to the monitor.
Damage could result.
● Do not leave the monitor in tilt position when you are not using
it.
Otherwise, it may be damaged.
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Starting Out
Before Use
● Do not insert any objects other than discs into the disc slot.
Damage could result.
● Be careful not to get your fingers or other objects caught behind
the monitor when it is being retracted into place.
Interference can cause an injury or damage the main unit.
● When removing a disc or “SD memory card” from this receiver,
remove it horizontally.
Do not pull up or press down forcibly while removing.
Improper removal may result in the disc becoming scratched,
causing the receiver to emit unusual noises. Improper removal
of the “SD memory card“ may damage it.
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About Discs
ATTENTION
● In cold or rainy weather, just as the interior glass surface becomes fogged, dew (water
condensation) may also settle on the receiver. When this occurs, disc playback may become
intermittent or impossible. Dehumidify the air in the vehicle for a while before resuming playback.
● If a problem occurs, the player function stops automatically to protect its internal parts. If the
player does not operate even when you follow the on-screen messages, the player may have
failed. Consult the dealer you purchased it from.
● Playback may be intermittent when the player is subjected to severe vibrations while traveling
over a rough surface.
● Please do not use a commercially available lens cleaner because it may cause damage to the
pickup of the player.
■ Formatting discs
● An audio disc or DVD video disc bearing one of the marks below can be played.
When using a DVD±R/RW (DVD±Recordable/ReWritable) disc, note that only the disc
whose contents were recorded in the video mode can be played. Discs whose contents
were recorded in the video recording (VR) mode and audio mode cannot be played.
● The Dolby Digital format is supported, and a disc having the following logo can be played.
This product is manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the
double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
● It is possible that a CD-R (CD-Recordable) or CD-RW (CD-ReWritable) disc will not play
on the main unit due to the characteristics of the recording or special disc, scratches, dirt
or deterioration caused by long-term storage in the vehicle. Also, a CD-R or CD-RW disc
that has not yet been finalized and a CD-R or CD-RW disc recorded in UDF format cannot
be played.
● It is possible that a DVD±R/RW (DVD±Recordable/ReWritable) disc will not play on this
receiver due to the characteristics of the recording or special disc, scratches, dirt or
deterioration caused by long storage in the vehicle. Also, a DVD±R/RW disc that has not
yet been finalized cannot be played. It may not be possible to play a disc that has been
recorded on a personal computer, depending on the application setting and the
environment.
● The CD-TEXT function can be used only for CD-text CDs available on the market.
Characters written on a CD-R and CD-RW discs may not be displayed correctly.
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Before Use
● Do not use a CD and a See Through disc having a transparent or semi-transparent
recording area as they may fail to load or unload or play their contents.
● A Copy Control CD (CCCD) may not be played as it does not meet the official CD
Standard.
■ Handling discs
● Do not place a disc in direct sunlight; store each disc in their protective
cases. Otherwise, discs may warp and fail to play.
● Do not apply paper-based tape to either the recording side or label
side of a disc. Damage could result.
● Do not use cracked or badly warped discs. Damage could result.
● Do not touch the recording area (the rainbow colored) side of a disc.
Otherwise, the disc may become dirty and playback may be
intermittent.
● If you play a dirty disc, the disc surface may be scratched and its play
may be intermittent. Use a commercially available compact disc
cleaner to clean the CD, wiping gently from the center to the edge.
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■ Brand new CDs
● You may notice that some brand new discs are rough around
the center hole or outside. In this case, remove burrs or flakes
around the edge using the side of a ballpoint pen before using a
new disc. Not doing so may result in burrs or flakes becoming
stuck on the recording side, preventing playback.
Rough edges
Ballpoint pen
Rough edges
■ Rental discs
● Do not use a rental disc with glue or remnants of adhesive tape
or labels. They may cause the disc to get stuck inside or
damage the main unit.
Cellophane tape
Recorded surface
■ Irregularly-shaped CDs
Specially-shaped or octagonal CDs, such as heart-shaped CDs
cannot be played. Do not play this type of disc, even with an
adapter. Damage to the player could result.
■ Disc 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. Although these protectors are
commercially available and said to protect discs and improve
sound quality (and anti-vibration effect), in normal use they can
do more harm than good. The most common problems are
Insert/Eject related problems and No playback problems due to
the protector ring coming off in the disc mechanism.
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CD ring
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Operation
Switching Audio Source
Switching the Audio
Source
1
Press
2
Select the Audio mode you wish to
use.
.
Display of Audio
Operations Screen
1
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Press
.
Stopping audio mode
1
Press
2
Touch Audio Off .
.
● Touch Audio Off again to receive the
station you were receiving, the music you
were playing or the video you were playing
when you stopped the radio.
Operation
Source Operations Screen
The Source operations screen appears as follows.
● Radio (AM) screen
● Satellite radio (SIRIUS) screen (optional)
● Radio (FM) screen
● Bluetooth audio screen
● HD Radio screen (optional)
● CD Player screen
● Satellite radio (XM) screen (optional)
● MP3/WMA screen
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Operation
Source Operations Screen
● DVD screen
● DivX screen
● USB screen
ATTENTION
Operation
screen
will
be
cancelled
automatically when no operation is performed
for 6 seconds in the visual operation screens)
DVD, DivX, iPod Video, and VTR.
● VTR screen
● iPod screen (optional)
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Operation
Volume Control
Main Volume Control
1
●
Press the VOL switch.
(Right-hand side)
Increases volume
(Left-hand side):
Decreases volume
● Press
for at least one second will
continue to increase the volume.
Press
for at least one second will
continue to decrease the volume.
aVolume switch
ATTENTION
● Adjust the volume level that does not affect
on your safety driving.
● You can control the volume level from 0 to
80.
● The actual sound level may vary when you
have switched the audio source. Adjust the
sound level appropriately according to the
audio source you select.
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Operation
Adjusting sound quality
You can set the sound quality and adjust the sound balance and the like.
Display of Audio Settings
Screen
When you switch to the Audio settings screen
from any of the Audio operations screens, the
following operations are available.
● Adjusting audio balance
Adjusting audio balance
You can adjust the forward and back, and left
and right balance.
1
Touch BAL/FAD Setting .
2
Touch the desired balance point.
● Adjusting woofer
● Setting loudness
● Setting source volume control
● Adjusting sound quality
1
Touch Sound on any of the audio
operations screens.
2
Touch the switch you wish to set.
● Touch Done to return to the immediately
preceding screen.
● To fine adjust, touch any of the balance
switches
,
,
,
to
change the corresponding value by 1.
When you touch and hold one of the
balance adjusting switches
,
,
, or
, the balance will continue
to change, but stop at the center value. To
continue to change the balance, touch one
of the balancing switches again.
● Touch Center to cancel the fader/
balance settings value and return to the
center values.
● On completion, touch
to store the
setting and return to the immediately
preceding screen.
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Sub-Woofer Settings
You can adjust the audio output when a subwoofer is connected.
■ Setting sub-woofer level
You can adjust the sub-woofer output level.
1
Touch Woofer Setting .
■ Switching the phase
The sound outputted from the sub-woofer
includes the same frequency bands as the
sound from the front/rear speakers, and
cancellation can occur under some in-vehicle
conditions. Switch the phase of the subwoofer to prevent this phenomenon. You can
set the phase in according to the in-vehicle
conditions.
1
Touch Normal or Reverse .
● Normal : Sets the output timing of the
speakers and sub-woofer to be the same.
● Reverse : Staggers the output timing of
the speakers and sub-woofer.
2
Touch
level.
or
of the woofer
● After completing the setting, touch Done
to store the setting and return to the
immediately preceding screen.
● You can set the output at any of 13 output
levels (+6 to -6).
● After completing the setting, touch Done
to store the setting and return to the
immediately preceding screen.
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Operation
Adjusting sound quality
■ Setting low pass filter
The low pass filter cuts out frequencies
higher than the set frequency (high-band
frequencies) and allows lower frequencies
(low-band frequencies) to pass.
1
Touch ON or OFF .
● After completing the setting, touch Done
to store the setting and return to the
immediately preceding screen.
Setting Loudness
You can correct for the lack of satisfaction at
high and low frequencies when listening at
low volume to give better modulated sound.
1
Touch Loudness on the Settings
screen.
● On completion, touch Done to store the
setting and return to the immediately
preceding screen.
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Setting Source Volume Control
You can set a volume difference for each audio mode. The differences between the volume of
the FM mode in the initial state (initial value: 40), which is used as reference, and the volume
levels set for each audio mode are stored.
1
On the Audio settings screen, touch
the
or
.
● After completing the setting, touch Done to store the setting and return to the immediately
preceding screen.
Setting example:
Audio mode
Initial value
(Volume level)
SVC Setting
(Volume level)
FM
AM
CD
USB
Reference
0
0
0
0
(40)
(40)
(40)
(40)
(40)
Reference
SVC setting
value
SVC setting
value
SVC setting
value
SVC setting
value
(40)
BT-Audio
+15 (55)
-10 (30)
+5 (45)
-5 (35)
When volume level is adjusted
from 40 J 45 in FM mode
45
55J60
30J35
45J50
35J40
When volume level is adjusted
from 35 J 60 in CD mode
45J70
60J85*
60
50J75
40J65
When volume level is adjusted
from 80 J 20 in AM mode
70J5
20
60J0*
75J10
65J0
When volume level is adjusted
from 10 J 35 in USB mode
5J30
20J45
0J20
35
0J25
* You can set the volume level in a range of 0 (minimum) to 80 (maximum). Set the volume level
differences in a range of -10 to +20.
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Operation
Adjusting sound quality
Adjusting Sound Quality
You can adjust sound quality in the low band,
the medium band and the high band.
■ Adjusting sound quality
1
Touch EQ Setting .
3
Touch
or
.
● When you touch and hold, the value
changes continuously but stops at the
center value. Touch
or
again to
continue to change the value.
● It is also possible to adjust to preferred
level by touching the screen.
● The maximum adjustment is +6 and the
minimum adjustment is -6.
● On completion, touch
to store the
setting and return to the immediately
preceding screen.
■ Storing sound quality
You can store the adjusted sound quality.
2
Touch Bass , Mid , or Treble .
1
Adjust the sound quality.
2
Touch Custom for at least one
second.
● On completion, touch
to store the
adjustment and return to the immediately
preceding screen.
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■ Use a preset sound quality
1
2
Touch EQ Setting .
Touch Power (Low-band
enhancement), Sharp (High-band
enhancement), Vocal (Mid-band
enhancement), or Custom (User
preset value).
● To reset the sound quality, touch Flat .
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Operation
Screen Settings
Switching Between
Screen Modes
The picture is shown with a 3 (vertical) by 4
(horizontal) aspect ratio (normal TV screen
proportions) and black side edges.
CHECK
You can switch the screen mode from DivX,
DVD, iPod Videos, or VTR settings screen.
1
Opens Video settings screen.
● The Video settings screen can be set up to
show the following operations.
DivX: Touch Set on the operation
screen.
DVD: Touch Next on the Operations
screen, and then touch Set on the
screen that opens.
● Wide1
A picture with a 3 (vertical) by 4 (horizontal)
aspect ratio (normal TV screen proportions)
is uniformly expanded in the left and right
directions.
iPod Video: Touch the Operations screen.
VTR: Touch the Video screen.
2
Touch Wide .
3
Touch Normal , Wide1 or Wide2 .
● Wide2
A picture with a 3 (vertical) by 4 (horizontal)
aspect ratio (normal TV screen proportions)
is uniformly expanded in the up, down, left
and right directions.
ATTENTION
The user should not experience any problems
when watching a video on the wide screen on
a personal basis. If you compress or enlarge
the screen for commercial purposes or to
display to the public, it may infringe a copyright
that is protected by copyright laws.
● Normal
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Other operations
About Remote Control
Remote Control
Operations
■ Precautions for use
● The remote control is small and light, so
care must be taken when using it.
Dropping it or knocking it against
something may cause it to break, start to
consume batteries faster, or malfunction.
● Keep the remote control away from
humidity. Do not spill water or other liquids
on it. Do not strike the remote control.
■ About cleaning
● When the remote control is dirty, wipe with
a dry cloth. If the remote control is very
dirty, dab a diluted cleaning agent on a
cloth and wipe.
● Never use a benzene, a thinner, or other
solvent. Such a solvent will damage the
case or coating.
Remote control
● Do not place the remote control in areas
exposed to high temperatures, such as the
dashboard and heater outlets. If the
remote control is placed in a hightemperature location, the case can warp
and other faults can develop.
● Do not operate the remote control when
driving as this may lead to accidents.
● When using the remote control, point it
towards the remote control receiver.
● The remote control receiver, may not
operate correctly when exposed to direct
sunlight or other bright lighting.
● When you do not plan to use the remote
control for a long period, remove the
batteries.
Number
Name/Function
[PWR] button
a
Turns the power of the main unit ON
or OFF.
[TU] button
b
c
Switches among AM, FM, SIRIUS
and XM.
[BAND] button
Changes the radio band.
[,] button
d
e
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Reduces volume (including handsfree mode).
[MUTE] button
Mutes or cancels the mute.
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Other operations
About Remote Control
Number
Name/Function
[dPRESET CH u] button
[d DISC u] button
f
2
Set the two batteries in the battery
compartment as indicated.
3
Close the battery case by pushing the
rear panel in the direction of the arrow.
Performs an operation for selection
of the preset channel, for the disc,
USB or iPod.
[MODE] button
g
Switches among audio source
modes.
[DISC] button
h
i
Switches among DISC, USB and
iPod.
[AUX] button
Switch between VTR and BT Audio
[.] button
j
Increases volume (including handsfree mode).
[d TUNE/SEEK u] button
k
[< TRACK >] button
Used to select among tracks from a
radio broadcast, DISC, USB or iPod.
Exchanging Batteries
WARNING
To prevent accidents, keep batteries out of
the reach of children. In the unlikely case that
a child does swallow a battery, see a doctor
immediately.
Use a pair of AAA batteries.
1
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Open the rear panel of the remote
control by pushing in the direction of
the arrow.
Audio Operations
Using Radio
Using Radio
Tune a Desired Station.
CAUTION
If the vehicle's battery is disconnected (for
repairs to the vehicle or for removing the
main unit), all the stations held in the
memory will be lost. In such a case, set
stations in the memory again.
IMPORTANT
a Preset switch
b TUNE UP/DOWN button
c MENU button
d AUTO.P switch
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), and
encounters continuous variation in the
strength of received radio signals. Other
factors affecting reception include
interference from natural obstacles, sign
posts, etc.
e AV button
Listening to Radio
1
Press
2
Touch AM or FM .
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.
■ Manual Tuning
1
Press
or
.
● To the right:
Move up one step.
To the left:
Move down one step.
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Audio Operations
Using Radio
Selecting Radio Band
■ Auto Tuning
1
Press
second.
or
● When a station having the frequency
closest to the one shown on the screen is
tuned, the auto tuning stops. To cancel
auto tuning, press the button again.
ATTENTION
Auto tuning may fail if the received signal is
weak.
■ Selecting from preset switch
1
Touch a preset switch stored in
memory.
● The registered preset channel will be
selected and the corresponding station will
be received.
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CHECK
and hold for at least 1
You can switch the receiving band of FM radio
when in FM radio mode.
1
Touch Band .
● Each touch of Band switches to next
receiver band.
FM1 J FM2 J FM3 J FM1 J …
Saving Station in Memory
■ Automatic saving
You can save a radio station in memory in the
auto or manual mode.
■ Manual saving
1
Select a station you wish to save by
Manual tuning or Auto tuning.
2
Touch and hold the preset switch for at
least 1 second.
● The selected station will be saved, and the
preset channel number and frequency will
be shown on the display.
● To manually set additional selected
stations for the remaining preset channels,
repeat this procedure for each channel.
IMPORTANT
● You can select a station by simply touching
a preset switch (any of [1] to [6]). The
frequency of the selected station appears.
● When you save a new station in memory,
the existing station is cleared to make way
for it.
● If fewer than six stations can be received,
the left over switches retain their original
settings.
1
Touch Auto.P for at least one
second.
● A search will be conducted from the lowest
frequency through progressively higher
frequencies, and stations with sufficiently
strong reception will be memorized for
preset registration numbers [1] to [6]. The
registration
procedure
has
been
completed, a beep sounds twice and the
station memorized last (i.e. the one
memorized for P6) will continue to be
received. Subsequently, when you listen to
the radio you will be able to select stations
by calling up preset numbers.
● Six stations can be memorized for each of
FM 1, 2 and 3, and six stations can be
memorized for AM, making a total of 24
stations.
● If the stations have been stored in
memory, a station can be selected and
received by the touching the appropriate
preset switch.
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Audio Operations
Using HD Radio
Using HD Radio
When the optional HD Radio tuner is
connected you can receive HD Radio.
ATTENTION
● When an HD Radio tuner is connected and
receiving a digital station, “DIGITAL”
appears.
● When an HD Radio tuner is connected,
Title is enabled.
● By repeatedly touching Mode , you can
cycle through the receiving modes as
follows.
AUTO1 J AUTO2 J OFF J AUTO1 J …
● AUTO1: Receive while giving priority to
digital stations
AUTO2: Receive while giving priority to
digital stations, limit SEEK to digital stations.
OFF: Receive analog stations
a Preset switch
● The HD Radio logo is a registered trademark
of iBiquity Digital Corp.
b TAG switch
Listening to Radio
c Sub-ch switch
d MENU button
e Mode switch
1
Press
2
Touch AM or FM .
.
f AUTO.P switch
g AV button
h Band switch
i Title switch
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Select Desired Station
ATTENTION
Auto tuning may fail in regions where the
received signal is weak.
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, set stations in the memory
again.
IMPORTANT
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
strength of received radio signals. Other
factors affecting reception include
interference from natural obstacles, sign
posts, etc.
■ Selecting from preset switch
1
Touch a preset switch stored in
memory.
● The registered preset channel will be
selected and the corresponding station will
be received.
■ Manual Tuning
1
Selecting a Radio Band
Press
or
.
1
● To the right:
Move up one step.
To the left:
Move down one step.
Touch Band .
● Each touch of Band switches to next
receiver band.
FM1 J FM2 J FM3 J FM1 J …
■ Auto Tuning
1
Press
second.
or
and hold for at least 1
● When a station having the frequency
closest to the one shown on the screen is
tuned, the auto tuning stops. To cancel
auto tuning, press the button again.
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Audio Operations
Using HD Radio
Saving Station in Memory
■ Automatic saving
You can save a radio station in memory in the
auto or manual mode.
■ Manual Saving
1
Select a station you wish to save by
Manual tuning or Auto tuning.
2
Touch and hold the preset switch for at
least 1 second.
● The selected station will be saved, and the
preset channel number and frequency will
be shown on the display.
● To manually set additional selected
stations for the remaining preset channels,
repeat this procedure for each channel.
● Six stations can be memorized for each of
FM 1, 2 and 3, and six stations can be
memorized for AM, making a total of 24
stations.
● If the stations have been stored in
memory, a station can be selected and
received by the touching the appropriate
preset switch.
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IMPORTANT
● You can select a station by simply touching
a preset switch (any of [1] to [6]). The
frequency of the selected station is
displayed.
● When you save a new station in memory,
the existing station is cleared to make way
for it.
● If fewer than six stations can be received,
the left over switches retain their original
settings.
1
Touch Auto.P for at least one
second.
● A search will be conducted from the lowest
frequency through progressively higher
frequencies, and stations with sufficiently
strong reception will be memorized for
preset registration numbers [1] to [6]. On
completion of the registration procedure, a
beep sounds once and the station
memorized last (i.e. the one memorized for
P6) will continue to be received.
Subsequently, when you listen to the radio
you will be able to select stations by calling
up preset numbers.
Displaying title
information
You can display album names, titles, artist
names and genres during broadcasts.
1
Touch Title .
Obtaining Tag
Information
When Tag information is available for a track
during a broadcast, you can acquire it.
1
Touch Tag .
● When an iPod connected, the Tag
information is transferred to it.
● When an iPod is not connected, the Tag
information is stored by the HD radio tuner
and automatically transferred to the iPod
when it is next connected.
2
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Touch Preset to return to the Radio
preset screen.
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Audio Operations
Using HD Radio
Receiving Sub-channel
Broadcasts
You can receive a sub-channel broadcasts,
when they are available from the station
being received.
1
Touch Sub-ch .
● Touch repeatedly to cycle through the subchannels.
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Audio Operations
How to Use SIRIUS Satellite Radio
Using SIRIUS satellite
radio
When an optional SIRIUS satellite radio tuner
is connected, SIRIUS satellite radio
broadcasts can be received.
Listening to SIRIUS
Satellite Radio
With SIRIUS satellite radio, over 100
channels are available including music,
news, and entertainment programs.
You can select the channel you want from
categories such as POP and ROCK, or you
can select a channel by directly entering it.
SIRIUS satellite radio is a subscriber service.
1
Press
2
Touch SIRIUS .
.
a Preset switch
b MENU button
c Category switch
d Direct switch
e AV button
f Band switch
g Title switch
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Audio Operations
How to Use SIRIUS Satellite Radio
Checking SIRIUS ID
The SIRIUS ID number is a 12-digit
numerical code that is assigned each time
the SIRIUS satellite radio tuner is connected.
1
Touch Direct .
2
Enter
Changing SIRIUS Band
1
Touch Band .
● The BAND changes as follows.
SIRIUS1 J SIRIUS2 J SIRIUS3 J
SIRIUS4 J SIRIUS1 J …
Selecting Channel to
Listen to
0 .
■ Selecting from category
1
3
Touch Done .
● A 12-digit numerical code is displayed.
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Touch Category .
2
Touch the category you wish to listen
to.
● If there are more than 6 categories, it is
possible to switch the list of categories by
touching
or
.
■ Manually selecting channel
1
Press
or
.
■ Selecting a channel by entering it
directly.
1
Touch Direct .
2
Enter a channel.
● Each touch of Clear deletes a single
character.
● Right: Selects a higher channel.
Left: Selects a lower channel.
■ Automatically selecting channel
1
Press
second.
or
and hold for at least 1
● Searches for channels in the currently
selected category.
3
Touch Done .
ATTENTION
Auto tuning may fail in districts where the
received signal is weak.
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Audio Operations
How to Use SIRIUS Satellite Radio
Saving Channels
IMPORTANT
If the vehicle's battery is disconnected (for
repairs to the vehicle or for removing the
main unit), all channels in memory will be
lost. In such a case, set channels in the
memory again.
1
Tune into the station to be saved.
2
When you have tuned in to the station
you wish to save, touch and hold the
preset switch for at least 1 second.
● The selected station will be saved.
To set additional manually selected
stations for the remaining preset channels,
repeat this procedure for each preset
channel.
Subsequently, when listening to the
satellite radio you will be able to tune into
stations by touching the preset switches.
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Selecting Preset Channel
1
Touch one of the touch switches, [1] to
[6], that appear on the display.
● The station preset to the selected touch
switch is received.
Displaying Information
about Current Broadcast
When receiving a SIRIUS broadcast, you can
display information about the current
broadcast, such as the channel, category,
track title, artist, and channel number.
1
Touch Title .
2
Touch Preset to return to the Radio
preset screen.
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Audio Operations
How to Use XM Satellite Radio
Using XM Satellite Radio
When an optional XM satellite radio tuner is
connected, XM satellite radio broadcasts can
be received.
Listening to XM satellite
radio
With XM satellite radio, over 100 channels
are available including music, news, and
entertainment programs.
You can select the channel you want from
categories such as DANCE and ROCK, or
you can select a channel by entering it
directly.
XM satellite radio is a subscriber service.
a Preset switch
b MENU button
c Category switch
d Direct switch
e AV button
f Band switch
g Title switch
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1
Press
2
Touch XM .
.
Checking RADIO ID
The RADIO ID number is an 8-digit numerical
code that is assigned each time the XM
satellite radio tuner is connected.
1
Touch Direct .
2
Touch
Changing XM Band
1
Touch Band .
● The BAND changes as follows.
[XM1] J [XM2] J [XM3] J [XM4] J [XM1]
J…
Selecting Channel to
Listen to
0 .
■ Selecting from category
1
3
Touch Category .
Touch Done .
● An 8-digit numerical code is displayed.
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Audio Operations
How to Use XM Satellite Radio
2
Touch the category you wish to listen
to.
● If there are more than 6 categories, it is
possible to switch the list of categories by
touching
or
.
■ Manually selecting channel
1
Press
or
.
■ Selecting a channel by entering it
directly.
1
Touch Direct .
2
Enter a channel.
● Each touch of Clear deletes a single
character.
● Right: Selects a higher channel.
Left: Selects a lower channel.
■ Automatically selecting channel
1
Press
second.
or
and hold for at least 1
● Searches for channels in the currently
selected category.
ATTENTION
Auto tuning may fail in districts where the
received signal is weak.
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3
Touch Done .
Saving Channels
IMPORTANT
If the vehicle's battery is disconnected (for
repairs to the vehicle or for removing the
main unit), all channels in the memory will be
lost. In such a case, set channels in the
memory again.
1
Tune into the station to be saved.
2
When you have tuned in to the station
you wish to save, touch and hold the
preset switch for at least 1 second.
● The selected station will be memorized.
To set additional manually selected
stations for the remaining preset channels,
repeat this procedure for each preset
channel.
Subsequently, when listening to the
satellite radio you will be able to tune into
stations by touching the preset switches.
Selecting Preset Channel
1
● The station preset to the selected touch
switch is received.
Displaying Information
about Current Broadcast
When receiving an XM broadcast, you can
display information about the current
broadcast, such as the channel number,
channel, artist, feature, track, and program
title.
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Touch one of the touch switches, [1] to
[6], that appear on the display.
Touch Title .
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Audio Operations
How to Use XM Satellite Radio
2
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Touch Preset to return to the Radio
preset screen.
Audio Operations
Using CD Player
Using CD Player
1
Press
2
Touch DISC .
.
● The disc starts to play.
a Track UP/DOWN, Fast UP/DOWN button
b MENU button
c Scan switch
d Random switch
e AV button
f Repeat switch
Listening to CD
ATTENTION
● If track titles and other data are recorded in
the CD-Text format, you can display them.
● Note that the CD-Text of a CD-R/RW disc
may not be displayed.
Selecting Track to Listen
to
Insert a CD into the disc slot, and it will start
playing.
CAUTION
● Do not press the [e(OPEN/EJECT)]
button when you are inserting a CD into
disc slot. This may cause a personal injury
or damage the front panel.
● Do not drive your vehicle while the front
panel of this receiver is open. The panel
may cause personal injury in the case of a
sudden stop or similar event.
● Do not attempt to close the front panel by
hand. Doing so may damage the panel.
You can cue a desired track.
1
Press
or
.
● Right: Advances to the next track.
Left (pressing once): Returns to the
beginning of the track being played.
Left (pressing more than two times):
Returns to the previous track.
IMPORTANT
Playback may be intermittent when there is a
scratch on a CD or when the recorded side is
dirty.
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Audio Operations
Using CD Player
Fast Forwarding/
Rewinding
You can fast forward or rewind the track
currently being played.
1
Press
second.
or
and hold for at least 1
● To the right:
Fast forwards a track.
Repeating Same Track
1
Touch Repeat .
● The track repeats.
● When you touch Repeat , the track
repeats until this function is cancelled.
Touch Repeat again to cancel the repeat
play.
To the left:
Rewinds a track.
Fast-forwards (rewinds) until finger is
removed from switch.
Finding Desired Track
1
Random Play
Touch Scan .
● The main unit will play the first 10 seconds
of each track. When you touch Scan , the
current track will continue to play.
1
Touch Random .
● The tracks of the current CD are played in
random order.
● When you touch Random , the random
play continues until you cancel it.
When you touch Random again, the
random play is cancelled.
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Audio Operations
Using MP3/WMA Player
Using MP3/WMA Player
Playing MP3/WMA File
When you insert a CD-R/RW disc containing
an MP3/WMA file into disc slot, the file is
played.
CAUTION
● Do not press the [e(OPEN/EJECT)]
button when you are inserting a CD into
disc slot. This may cause a personal injury
or damage the front panel.
● Do not drive your vehicle while the front
panel is open. The panel may cause
personal injury in the case of a sudden
stop or similar event.
a Folder/file selection switch
b File UP/DOWN, Fast UP/DOWN button
c MENU button
d Scan switch
e Random switch
f AV button
g Repeat switch
h List switch
● Do not attempt to close the front panel by
hand. Doing so may damage the panel.
● If a non-MP3/WMA file has the “.mp3” or
“.wma”; file extension, it may be
recognized erroneously as an MP3/WMA
file. When such a file is played, noise of
large magnitude is outputted the speakers
may be damaged. Take care not to assign
the “.mp3” and “.wma”; extensions to nonMP3/WMA files.
IMPORTANT
● Playback may be intermittent when there is
a scratch on a CD or when the recorded
side is dirty.
● The CD-ROM supports a folder or file
selection function.
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Audio Operations
Using MP3/WMA Player
1
With a CD-R/RW inserted, press
.
2
Touch DISC .
Selecting desired folder
You can select a desired folder from the disc.
■ Selecting from folder list
● The disc starts to play.
● The usual playing order is
J
J
J . (See page 163)
J
J
1
Touch List .
2
Touch Play .
● If multiple MP3/WMA files and folders are
located in the same hierarchy, they are
played in the ascending order of file name
and folder name.
● If you try to create a non-MP3/WMA format
file, “NO SUPPORT” warning is displayed.
● Plays first track in folder.
● When the following screen is displayed,
touch
or
to change between
items.
● Touch
to return to the immediately
preceding screen.
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■ Select from linked folders
1
●
Press
or
.
: Goes to previous folder and plays
the first track in this folder.
: Goes to folder one level higher and
plays the first track of this folder.
ATTENTION
If no MP3 files exist in the folder, “NO DATA”
will appear in the section where the file name
and folder name are displayed.
Selecting Desired Music
File
2
Select the folder you wish to use.
● When the following screen is displayed,
touch
or
to change between
items.
● Touch
to return to the immediately
preceding screen.
3
Touch the file you wish to play.
● This plays the selected music file.
● When the following screen is displayed,
touch
or
to change between
items.
● Touch
to return to the immediately
preceding screen.
You can select a desired music file from the
folder.
■ Selecting from file name switch
1
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Touch List .
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Audio Operations
Using MP3/WMA Player
Finding Desired Music
File
■ Select from linked files
1
Press
or
.
IMPORTANT
● Right: Advances to the next file.
Left (Press once.): Returns
beginning of the playing file.
to
the
Left (Press twice or more.): Returns to
previous files.
Fast Forward/Rewind
You can fast forward or rewind the track that
is currently playing.
1
Hold down
seconds.
or
for 1 or more
● To the right:
Fast forwards a track.
To the left:
Rewinds a track.
Fast-forwards (rewinds) until finger is
removed from switch.
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● To continue playing a desired track or file,
turn the Scan function OFF.
● The entire disc is scanned once, and
normal playback starts from the position
where you started to scan.
● When you have selected any of scan,
folder scan, repeat, folder repeat, random
or folder random, a corresponding
message of Scan, F.Scan, Repeat,
F.Repeat, Random or F.Random will
appear to allow you to confirm the selected
function.
1
Touch Scan to perform a scan.
Touch and hold for at least 1 second to
perform a folder scan.
● Scan: Plays the first 10 seconds of each
track contained in the same folder layer as
the current file.
Folder scan: Plays the first 10 seconds of
each folder.
● When you touch Scan , the current track
continues to play.
Repeating Music File
Random Play
IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT
When you have selected any of scan, folder
scan, repeat, folder repeat, random or folder
random, a corresponding message of Scan,
F.Scan, Repeat, F.Repeat, Random or
F.Random will appear to allow you to confirm
the selected function.
1
Touch Repeat for repeat. Touch and
hold for at least 1 second for folder
repeat.
● Repeat: Repeats the current file.
Folder repeat: Repeats files of the current
folder.
● Touch Repeat again to cancel repeating.
When you have selected any of scan, folder
scan, repeat, folder repeat, random or folder
random, a corresponding message of Scan,
F.Scan, Repeat, F.Repeat, Random or
F.Random will appear to allow you to confirm
the selected function.
1
It will perform Random playback by
touching Random , and F.Random
playback by touching it for over 1
second.
● F.Random playback: Plays files of all
folders in random order.
Random playback: Plays files of currently
playing folder in random order.
● Touch Random to continue the random
play until you cancel it. Touch Random
again to cancel the random play.
● If you touch Repeat during random play,
the current track is repeated. When you
touch Repeat again, random play
restarts.
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Audio Operations
Using MP3/WMA Player
About MP3/WMA
MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer 3) is a standard format for audio compression. By using MP3, a file
can be compressed to one-tenth the size of the original.
WMA (Windows Media™ Audio) is the Microsoft's voice compression technology. WMA files
can be compressed to a size smaller than MP3 files.
This receiver only accepts certain MP3/WMA file standards, recorded media and formats. Use
the following notes when you write MP3/WMA files on a disc.
■ About supported MP3 file standards
● Supported standards:
MPEG Audio Layer 3 (=MPEG1 Audio Layer III, MPEG2 Audio Layer III, MPEG2.5 Audio
Layer III)
● Supported sampling frequencies:
8, 11.025, 12, 16, 22.05, 24, 32, 44.1, 48 (kHz)
● Supported bit rates:
8, 16, 24, 32, 40, 48, 56, 64, 80, 96, 112, 128, 144, 160, 192, 224, 256, 320 (Kbps)
* Supports VBR.
* Does not support free format.
● Supported channel modes:
Stereo, Joint Stereo, Dual channels, Monaural
■ About supported WMA file standards
● Supported standards:
WMA Ver. 9 Standard Decoder Class 3 satisfied
● Supported sampling frequencies:
22.05, 32, 44.1, 48 (kHz)
● Supported bit rates:
20, 22, 32, 36, 40, 44, 48, 64, 80, 96, 128, 160, 192, 256, 320 (K bps)
* Only 2-channel play is supported.
* Supports VBR. (5 to 320 Kbps)
* Does not support lossless compression.
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■ About ID3/WMA tags
In MP3/WMA files, you can enter textual attribute information known as ID3 tag/WMA tags and
save information such as track titles and artist names.
This receiver supports ID3v.1.0 and ID3v.1.1 tags. This receiver supports the ISO 8859-1
codes only. Use only the ISO-8859-1 codes to record tags. If characters not included in ISO8859-1 codes are recorded, they may not be readably displayed.
This receiver supports the WMA tag ASF revision (v1.20.02). WMA tags having only Unicode
are supported. Always use Unicode characters to enter the information.
■ About supported media types
You can play MP3/WMA files recorded on a CD-ROM, CD-R or CD-RW disc. Compared to CDROM 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/CD-RW may become
incapable of playback. Fingerprints or scratches on the disc may prevent playback or cause
skipping during playback.
Sections of CD-R/CD-RW may deteriorate if left inside a vehicle for long periods of time.
We recommend that you store UV-sensitive CD-R and CD-RW discs in shield cases.
■ About format of discs
You can use discs of the following formats on the player.
● CD-ROM formats:
CD-ROM Mode 1, CD-ROM XA Mode 2 (Form 1)
● File formats:
ISO9660 Level 1 or Level 2
ROMEO system, JOLIET system
MP3/WMA files recorded in a format other than the one described above may result in files
that cannot be played normally and in file names and folder names that do not display
properly.
In addition to these standards, the following limitations apply.
● Maximum number of directory layers:
8 layers
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Audio Operations
Using MP3/WMA Player
● Maximum number of characters for folder and file names:
30 characters (including delimiter “.” and 3 characters of file extension) for MP3, but 15
characters (including delimiter “.” and 3 characters of file extension) for WMA.
● Supported characters for folder and file names:
A to Z, 0 to 9, and underscore (_)
● Number of files that can be stored on a single disc:
999 files
● Number of folders that can be stored on a single disc:
255 folders
[A configuration example of MP3/WMA supporting CD]
Folder
1
Root directory (
)
MP3/WMA audio file or text file
2
1
2
3
A total of 999 files can be created within a single disc.
Files aside from MP3/WMA files (Example: 004.txt)
also count as single files.
3
4
5
4
5
6
6
1st level
2nd level
3rd level
4th level
■ About file names
Only a file with the “mp3” or “wma” extension is recognized as an MP3 or WMA file. Always
save an MP3/WMA file with the “mp3”/“wma” extension.
The “mp3” or “wma” file extension must be single-byte uppercase letters.
ATTENTION
If a non-MP3/WMA file has the “mp3” or “wma” file extension, it may be recognized erroneously as
an MP3/WMA file. When such file is played, noise of large magnitude is output and speakers may
be damaged. Do not save a non-MP3/WMA file with the “mp3” or “wma” extension.
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■ Multi-sessions
Multi-sessions are supported and CD-R/RW with recorded MP3/WMA files can be played.
When written with Track at once, however, finalize the disc with session close or write protect.
■ About playing MP3/WMA
When you load a disc with MP3/WMA files, the system first checks all files recorded on the
disc. If the disc has many files and folders, the system may take a certain time to check them.
While the system is checking the disc, the music that was playing continues to play.
To allow quick checking of files, we recommend that you do not save non-MP3/WMA files or
create unnecessary folders on the disc.
Also, we recommend that you write the all data in a single session as the system takes a longer
time to read the CD control information of a multi-session disc.
■ About MP3/WMA playing time display
It is possible that playing time will not be correct, depending on the writing condition of the MP3/
WMA file.
* It is possible that playing time will not be correct when VBR Fast Up/Down is operated.
Creating and Playing MP3/WMA Files
The making of MP3/WMA 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.
■ Downloading from MP3/WMA music sites on the Internet
You can find various types of MP3/WMA music distribution sites including online shopping, trial
listening, and free download sites on the Internet. You can download music files from these
sites by following their payment and other downloading rules.
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Audio Operations
Using MP3/WMA Player
■ Converting music CD into MP3/WMA files
Prepare a PC and a commercially available MP3/WMA encoder (conversion) software (some
of them are free). Load a music CD on the PC's CD-ROM drive and compress the music CD by
following the procedure of MP3/WMA encoder software. MP3/WMA-format music data files are
created. A 12 cm music CD (having a maximum of 74 minutes of recording/650 MB of data) can
be compressed to 65 MB (about 1/10 of the original size).
■ Writing MP3/WMA files on CD-R/RW disc
MP3/WMA files can be recorded on CD-R/RW by using a CD-R/RW drive connected to a
computer. Record by setting the recording format of the recording software to ISO9660 level 1
or level 2 (not including extension format).
Select CD-ROM ( mode1 ) or CD-ROM XA ( mode2 ) for the disc format.
■ Playing back CD-R/RW
Insert a CD-R/RW disc having recorded MP3/WMA files. When you load a disc, the system
automatically determines whether it is a music CD or a CD-R/RW disc having MP3/WMA files
and plays it correctly. However, depending on the type of disc being used, the disc may not
play.
CAUTION
● The 128K bps fixed bit rate and 44.1-kHz sampling frequency are recommended for high quality
sound on playback.
● Note that some CD-R and CD-RW discs may not be read due to their characteristics.
● There are many types of MP3/WMA encoding software available, including commercial and
freeware programs. Depending on the condition of the encoder and the file format, audio quality
may deteriorate, noise may be generated when playing starts and some recordings may not
play.
● When files other than MP3/WMA files are recorded on a disc, the system may take some time
to recognize the disc and it may not play the disc.
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Audio Operations
Using USB Music File Player
Using USB Music File
Player
This receiver can play music files stored in a
USB memory. Only MP3/WMA playback is
available.
Playing USB Music Files
CAUTION
Connect the USB cable correctly so that it
does not interfere with safe operation of the
vehicle.
IMPORTANT
When a USB memory device is attached, the
receiver may take time to scan and read the
file tag information. To shorten this scan
time, try to store only MP3/WMA files in the
USB memory and reduce the number of
folders in the USB memory.
1
Connect the USB memory to the USB
connector.
2
Press
3
Touch USB .
a Folder/file selection switch
b File UP/DOWN, Fast UP/DOWN button
c MENU button
d Scan switch
e Random switch
f AV button
.
● Playback will begin.
g Repeat switch
h List switch
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Audio Operations
Using USB Music File Player
Selecting Desired Folder
You can select a desired folder from the USB
memory.
■ Selecting from folder list
1
Touch List .
■ Select from linked folders
1
●
Press
or
.
: Goes to folder one level higher and
plays the first track in this folder.
: Goes to folder on level lower and
plays the first track in this folder.
ATTENTION
2
Touch Play .
● Plays first track in folder.
● When the following screen is displayed,
touch
or
to change between
items.
● Touch
to return to the immediately
preceding screen.
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If no MP3 files exist in the folder, “NO DATA”
will appear in the section where the file name
and folder name are displayed.
Selecting Desired Music
File
3
Touch the file you wish to play.
You can select a track you want to play.
● This plays the selected music file.
■ Selecting from file name switch
● When the following screen is displayed,
touch
or
to change between
items.
1
2
Touch List .
● Touch
to return to the immediately
preceding screen.
■ Select from linked files
Select the folder you wish to use.
● When the following screen is displayed,
touch
or
to change between
items.
● Touch
to return to the immediately
preceding screen.
1
Press
or
.
● To the right:
Advances to the next file.
● To the left:
Returns to the previous file.
● The selected track (file) will be played.
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Audio Operations
Using USB Music File Player
Fast Forward/Rewind
You can fast forward/rewind the track
currently being played.
1
Hold down
seconds.
or
for 1 or more
● To the right:
Fast forwards a track.
1
Touch Scan to perform a scan.
Touch and hold for at least 1 second to
perform a folder scan.
● Scan: Plays first 10 seconds of every file in
the same folder layer as the file being
played.
Folder scan: Plays the first 10 seconds of
the first file of each folder.
To the left:
Rewinds a track.
Fast-forwards (rewinds) until finger is
removed from switch.
Finding Desired Music
File
Repeating Music File
CAUTION
● When you have selected any of scan,
folder scan, repeat, folder repeat, random
or folder random, a corresponding
message of Scan, F.Scan, Repeat,
F.Repeat, Random or F.Random will
appear to allow you to confirm the selected
function.
● If you disconnect the USB memory from
this receiver when a music file from the
USB memory is being played, this receiver
returns to the previous operation mode.
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1
Touch Repeat for repeat. Touch and
hold for at least 1 second for folder
repeat.
● Repeat: Repeats the current file.
Folder repeat: Repeats files of the current
folder.
● Touch Repeat once to repeat the
selected music file until the repeat function
is cancelled. Touch Repeat again to
cancel the repeat.
Random Play of Music
Files
1
It will perform Random playback by
touching Random , and F Random
playback by touching it for over 1
second.
● F Random playback: Plays files of all
folders in random order.
Random playback: Plays files of currently
playing folder in random order.
● Touch Random to continue the random
play until you cancel it. Touch Random
again to cancel the random play.
● If you touch Repeat during random play,
the current track is repeated. When you
touch Repeat again, random play
restarts.
● Mass memory support:
USB mass storage (such as an external
HDD) is supported.
■ Supported MP3 file standards
● Supported standards:
MPEG-1, MPEG-2, and MPEG-2.5
● Supported sampling frequencies:
MPEG-1: 32, 44.1
MPEG-2: 16, 22.05, 24
MPEG-2.5: 8, 11.025, 12
● Supported bit rates:
8 to 320 Kbps
* Supported VBR (8 to 320 Kbps)
* Does not support free format.
● Supported channel modes:
Monaural, Stereo, Joint Stereo, DualChannel
● USB hub and multi card reader are not
supported.
■ ID3 tags
About USB Devices
■ About supported USB memory
standards
MP3 files have an “ID3 Tag” that allows
information to be entered so that data such
as a track title and artist can be saved.
This receiver supports ID3v. 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3
and 2.4.
● Supported file format:
FAT 12/16/32
● Supported audio format:
MP3/WMA
● Maximum current:
500 mA
● Compatibility:
USB 1.1/2.0 (MAX transfer rate is equal to
USB 1.1)
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Using USB Music File Player
■ Format of USB memory
The following explains the definitions of these standards.
● Maximum number of directory layers:
8 layers
● Maximum number of characters for file names:
Up to 254 characters (Total of folder name, file name, “.”, and 3-character file extension)
● File name characters that you can use:
A to Z, 0 to 9, and underscore (_)
(Range of alpha-numeric ISO-8859-1)
● Max number of files that can be stored in a single memory:
3000 files
001.mp3
002.mp3
003.mp3
004.txt
005.mp3
1498.mp3
1499.mp3
2000.mp3
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A total of 3000 files can be created within
a single USB memory.
Files aside from MP3/WMA files (Example: 004.txt)
are included in the 3000 files.
Visual operations
Before Using the DVD Player
This receiver can play high quality images and high quality digital sound of DVD videos. Also,
you can select any of languages (such as dubbing and subtitles) recorded on the DVD by
switching the video and audio channels. If the same scene is recorded in different angles, you
can select an angle and play the video in the desired angle.
Advantages of Digital
Versatile Disc (DVD)
■ Multi-Audio Function
Some DVDs support the multi-audio function
that enables you to use multiple languages
and change the audio language to the
desired one.
■ Subtitle Display Function
Some DVDs support the multi-subtitle display
function that enables you to change the
subtitle language to the desired one while
playing. If necessary, you can disable the
subtitle function to play a video.
* The user's ability to display subtitles depends
on the DVD.
* The user's ability to change the audio
language depends on the DVD.
■ Multi-Angle Function
Some DVDs support the multi-angle function
that enables you to play the same video
scene with multiple angles and change to the
desired angles while playing.
* The user's ability to view multiple video
angles depends on the DVD.
● The video angle changes.
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Visual operations
Before Using the DVD Player
Discs
■ Types of Playable Discs
This equipment conforms to NTSC color television methods, so please use discs that display
“NTSC” on the disc or package. This equipment cannot play discs using color television
methods other than NTSC (such as PAL, SECAM).
Type and mark of playable disc
Size/playing side
Max. playing time
12cm/1 side
<MPEG 2 system>
1 layers
133 min.
2 layers
242 min.
12cm/2 sides
<MPEG 2 system>
1 layers
266 min.
2 layers
484 min.
ATTENTION
The playback status may be determined in response to the DVD or software creator's intention.
This receiver plays disc contents intended by the software creator; therefore, functions may not
operate as you intend. Be sure to read the user's guide that comes with the disc to be played.
■ Region Code of Playable Disc
1 (region code), which is indicated on some DVDs, represents areas they can be played in.
This receiver cannot play discs that do not have “1” or “ALL” indicated on this mark. If you
attempt to play such a disc, the message “Region code error” will appear. Note also that some
discs may be subject to regional restrictions, meaning that this receiver will not play them, even
though they list or state a region code.
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■ Mark Indicated on Disc
The following table shows the marks that are indicated on DVDs or packages.
Mark
Meaning
Indicates the number of audio tracks.
Indicates the number of subtitles.
Indicates the number of angles.
Indicates the image aspect ratio (ratio between the height and width of the
TV screen) able to be selected.
● “16:9” indicates a wide screen, and “4:3” indicates a standard screen.
Indicates by use of a number regions where the disc can be played.
1
● “ALL” indicates that the disc can be played anywhere in the world, and
the number indicates a region code. “1” is the region number for North
America.
■ Disc Configuration
The videos and tracks recorded on a DVD are divided into sections.
A large section is referred to as a title, to which a title number is assigned. A title is divided into
chapters, to which chapter numbers are assigned.
Chapter 1
Title 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 1
DVD-Video
Title 2
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 1
Title 3
Title number
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Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter number
175
Visual operations
Before Using the DVD Player
Products equipped with Macrovision
This receiver is equipped with copyright protection technology that is protected under U.S.A.
patents and other intellectual property rights, which are held by Macrovision Corporation or
other rights holders. Using the copyright protection technology requires the permission of
Macrovision Corporation, and the technology must be used only in general households and
other limited viewing environments, except when expressly permitted by Macrovision
Corporation. Remodeling or disassembly of this machine is prohibited.
Operation Flow
The section explains how to operate the DVD player or search for images or default settings.
● Touching touch switches displays the operation screens shown below.
DVD operation screen
Title screen
Search
Next
Previous
Menu operation screen
Set
Number
Menu number search screen
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Setup
Default settings screen
Done
Visual operations
Using the DVD Player
Using the DVD Player
Watching a DVD Video
Insert a DVD into the disc slot, and it will start
playing.
IMPORTANT
To ensure driving safety, you cannot watch a
video while driving.
1
Press
2
Touch DISC .
.
CHECK
You can watch a video on a DVD only when
you have stopped your vehicle and applied the
parking brake for safety reasons while the
engine switch or ACC is turned on. (If the
source is switched to the DVD player while the
car is moving, only the audio function
becomes active.)
● The disc starts to play.
● If the operation switches (touch switches)
are not being displayed, touch the screen.
● If you try to play an unsupported DVD,
“Cannot read disc. Please check disc.”
appears.
● If the travel is regulated, a DVD is
automatically played on the rear monitor
after 5 seconds has elapsed in the DVD
mode.
a Chapter
button
switch/fast
forward
(rewind)
b MENU button
c AV switch
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Visual operations
Using the DVD Player
Video Operations
IMPORTANT
● The touch switches and other operation
icons are shown approximately 6 seconds.
Touching the screen will display them
again.
● Depending on the disc, automatic
playback may not function, or playback
may not function unless a menu recorded
on the disc is selected.(See page 179)
Fast Forwarding or Rewinding Using
Touch Switches
1
Hold down
seconds.
or
for 1 or more
● It will fast forward (rewind) the video until
the switch is released.
■ Playing a Video
1
Touch
.
■ Pausing a Video
1
Touch
.
● When video is paused (
) and when
you short touch
, the Slow Play starts.
When you touch
, the frame-by-frame
play starts.
■ Fast Forward/Rewind
It is possible to fast forward or rewind through
the video being played.
Fast Forwarding or Rewinding Using
Panel Switch
1
Hold down
seconds.
or
for 1 or more
● To the right:
Fast forwards a video.
To the left:
Rewinds a video.
It will fast forward (rewind) the video until
the switch is released.
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■ Stopping a Video
1
Touch
3
Touch
select the play-back menu.
4
Touch Enter .
.
Disc Menu Operations
You can operate the menu recorded on the
disc.
1
, and
Touch Next .
ATTENTION
● Display menu by touching
Top Menu .
Menu
or
● The recorded menu items vary depending
on the disc. This machine plays what is
recorded on the inserted disc; therefore,
functions may not operate as intend.
Finding a Desired Video
You can search for the desired video with a
title, chapter, or menu number (number
assigned for each content).
■ Finding by Chapter
2
Touch
.
1
Press
or
.
● To the right:
When selecting the next chapter.
To the left:
When selecting the cue or previous
chapter.
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Visual operations
Using the DVD Player
■ Finding by Title Number
■ Finding by chapter number
1
Touch Search .
1
Touch Next .
2
Touch − , + , −10 , or +10 ,
and enter the title number.
2
Touch
3
Touch Number .
.
● If you touch − or + , the title number
is decremented or incremented by 1.
● If you touch −10 or +10 , the title
number is decremented or incremented by
10.
3
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Touch Enter .
4
Touch − , + , −10 , or
+10 , and enter the menu number.
● If you touch − or + , the menu
number is decremented or incremented by
1.
■ Relocating
Display
the
1
Touch Next .
2
Touch
3
Touch Position .
Touch
Switch
● If you touch −10 or +10 , the menu
number is decremented or incremented by
10.
5
.
Touch Enter .
Changing the Touch
Switch Display
You can change or hide the touch switch
display while playing.
■ Hiding the Touch Switch
1
Touch Off .
● The touch switch display moves up or
down each time you touch them.
● Touching the screen will display the touch
switches again.
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Visual operations
Using the DVD Player
Changing the Screen
Display and Audio Mode
You can change the subtitle language, audio
language, or display angle of a video to be
played.
3
Touch Change angle .
● Each time you touch Change angle , the
angle number is changed, and the angles
recorded on the disc are toggled in
sequence.
■ Changing the Angle
If the target disc supports multiple angles,
you can change them to display a video.
CHECK
While the multi-angle mark is displayed on the
screen, you can change the currently
displayed angle.
1
Touch Next .
■ Changing the Subtitle Language
If the target disc supports multiple subtitle
languages, you can change them to display a
video.
IMPORTANT
Depending on the disc, it may only be
possible to change subtitle languages from
the top menu.
1
2
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Touch Angle .
Touch Next .
2
Touch Subtitle .
■ Changing the Audio Language
If the target disc supports multiple audio
languages, you can change them while
playing.
IMPORTANT
● Depending on the disc, it may only be
possible to change audio languages from
the top menu.
3
Touch Change subtitle .
● Each time you touch Change subtitle ,
the subtitle number is changed, and the
subtitle languages recorded on the disc
are toggled in sequence.
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● This receiver does not support the dts
(digital theater system) format; therefore,
no audio will be emitted when “dts audio” is
selected for a disc that contains dts audio.
If audio is securely recorded on the DVD
video with no audio emitted, select “Dolby
Digital audio”.
● dts is a registered trademark of the US
company Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
1
Touch Next .
2
Touch Audio .
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Visual operations
Using the DVD Player
3
Touch Change audio .
3
Touch Wide .
4
Touch Normal , Wide1 or Wide2 .
● Each time you touch Change audio , the
audio number is changed, and the audio
languages recorded on the disc are
toggled in sequence.
Switching DVD setting
display
1
Touch Next .
● Normal
The screen is shown with the 3 (vertical)
by 4 (horizontal) aspect ratio (normal TV
screen size) and side edges are black.
● Wide1
The screen with the 9 (vertical) by 16
(horizontal) aspect ratio (normal TV screen
size) is uniformly expanded in the left and
right directions.
● Wide2
The screen with the 3 (vertical) by 4
(horizontal) aspect ratio (normal TV screen
size) is uniformly expanded in the up,
down, left and right directions.
● It will return to previous screen by touching
the .
2
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Touch Set .
DVD Player Setting
You can pre-specify the play-back audio
mode or the language used to display
subtitles or menus. You can also configure
settings to display or hide the multi-angle
mark or specify the parental screening level.
1
4
If you touch each touch switch, you
can configure the following setting.
Touch Next .
Touch switch
2
3
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Function
Page
Audio Language
Specifies the
audio language
of a video to be
played.
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Sub Title
Specifies the
subtitle language
of a video to be
played.
187
Menu Language
Specifies the
language used
to display the
menu.
188
Angle Indicator
Specifies the
display of the
multi-angle
mark.
189
Parental Setting
Limits DVD
videos that can
be played.
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Video Out
Specifies the
screen size.
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Touch Set .
Touch Setup .
5
Touch Done .
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Visual operations
Using the DVD Player
■ Specifying the Audio Language
You can watch the play-back video in the
desired language.
1
Touch Audio Language on the initial
setting screen.
2
Touch the desired language.
Entering the Code
1
Touch Other on the preferential
audio language setting screen.
2
Enter the desired language code.
● For the language code, see “Language
Code List” on page 191.
● If you touch Other , you can specify a
language other than the one displayed on
the screen.
3
Touch Done .
● Touch
3
Touch Done .
to return to the previous page.
ATTENTION
If the selected language is not compatible with
the disc, you will not be able to change to that
language.
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■ Specifying the Subtitle Language
You can view the play-back video in the
desired subtitle.
1
Touch Sub Title on the initial setting
screen.
2
Touch the desired language.
Entering the Code
1
Touch Other on the preferential
subtitle language setting screen.
2
Enter the desired language code.
● For the language code, see “Language
Code List” on page 191.
● If you touch Other , you can specify a
language other than the one displayed on
the screen.
● If you touch Off , you can play a video
without viewing subtitle on the screen.
3
Touch Done .
● Touch
to return to the previous page.
ATTENTION
3
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Touch Done .
If the selected language is not compatible with
the disc, you will not be able to change to that
language.
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Visual operations
Using the DVD Player
■ Specifying the Menu Language
You can specify the language to display
menus recorded on the disc.
1
Touch Menu Language on the initial
setting screen.
2
Touch the desired language.
Entering the Code
1
Touch Other on the menu language
setting screen.
2
Enter the desired language code.
● For the language code, see “Language
Code List” on page 191.
● If you touch Other , you can specify a
language other than the one displayed on
the screen.
3
Touch Done .
● Touch
3
Touch Done .
to return to the previous page.
ATTENTION
If the selected language is not compatible with
the disc, you will not be able to change to that
language.
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■ Setting display of multi-angle
mark
You can configure to display or hide the multiangle mark during the playback.
1
2
Touch the number digit by digit to
enter the code number.
● If the code number is omitted, “----” is
displayed in the upper field.
Touch Angle Indicator on the initial
setting screen.
● On each touch, On and Off switches.
2
Touch Done .
3
ATTENTION
When the display setting of the multi-angle
mark is set to [Display], a multiple angle mark
is displayed at the top of the screen whenever
selection of multiple angle becomes available
in the disc.
■ Specifying
the
Screening Level
Parental
Touch Done .
● Touch
4
to return to the previous page.
Touch the desired parental screening
level.
● If you have entered an incorrect code
number, eject the disc once, and specify
the parental screening level again.
You can restrict viewing of scenes that are
inappropriate for children, for example, adultthemed or violent scenes. The parental
screening levels can be specified in stages
depending on levels.
CHECK
This function is not available for discs that do
not support the parental screening level
function.
1
189
5
Touch Done .
Touch Parental Setting on the initial
setting screen.
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Visual operations
Using the DVD Player
ATTENTION
● The code number is necessary. If a number
is not entered, setting of viewer restriction
will not be possible.
● Once a code number is specified, you must
enter it when using this item next time and
after. Be careful not to forget the code
number. If you forget the code number,
touch Clear 10 times while the code
number field remains blank; you can
initialize (clear) the current code number.
● Parental screening levels are classified into
the following three types.
Level 1
Plays only DVD software created specifically
for children. (Prohibits playing general and
adult-themed DVD software.)
Levels 2 to 7
Plays only the general and child-friendly
DVD software. (Prohibits playing adultthemed DVD software.)
Level 8
Plays all DVD software. (Default)
■ Switching the Video Output
1
Touch Video Out .
2
The screen size changes as follows
each time you touch Video Out .
16:9 J 4:3 (LETTER BOX) J 4:3 (PAN &
SCAN) J 16:9 J …
● 16:9
Displayed with a black strip on the upper
and the lower edges. DVDs recorded with
the 4:3 ratio are displayed in the original
ratio, which fits the screen perfectly.
● 4:3 (LETTER BOX)
Displayed in the usual wide size mode.
DVDs recorded with the 4:3 ratio are
displayed with a black strip on the left and
the right edges or in a horizontally spread
proportion.
● 4:3 (PAN&SCAN)
The left and the right edges of the video
image are cropped. DVDs recorded with
the 4:3 ratio are displayed in the original
ratio, which fits the screen perfectly.
● The Video Out image is usually set to the
output display rate. Usually use the default
16:9 ratio setting, except when you use a
4:3-ratio rear monitor display.
ATTENTION
The user should not experience any problems
when watching a video on the wide screen on
a personal basis. If you compress or enlarge
the screen for commercial purposes or to
display to the public, it may infringe a copyright
that is protected by copyright laws.
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Language Code List
These codes are used to specify the language for audio tracks, subtitles and on-screen menu
displays.
Code
1001
0514
0618
0405
0920
0519
1412
1821
2608
1115
0512
0101
0102
0106
0113
0118
0119
0125
0126
0201
0205
0207
0208
0209
0214
0215
0218
0301
0315
0319
0325
0401
0426
0515
0520
0521
0601
0609
0610
0615
0625
0701
0704
0712
0714
0721
191
Language
Japanese
English
French
German
Italian
Spanish
Dutch
Russian
Chinese
Korean
Greek
Afar
Abkhazian
Afrikaans
Amharic
Arabic
Assamese
Aymara
Azerbaijani
Bashkir
Byelorussian
Bulgarian
Bihari
Bislama
Bengali
Tibetan
Breton
Catalan
Corsican
Czech
Welsh
Danish
Bhutani
Esperanto
Estonian
Basque
Persian
Finnish
Fiji
Faroese
Frisian
Irish
Scots-Gaelic
Galician
Guarani
Gujarati
Code
0801
0809
0818
0821
0825
0901
0905
0911
0914
0919
0923
1009
1023
1101
1111
1112
1113
1114
1119
1121
1125
1201
1214
1215
1220
1222
1307
1309
1311
1312
1314
1315
1318
1319
1320
1325
1401
1405
1415
1503
1513
1518
1601
1612
1619
1620
Language
Hausa
Hindi
Croatian
Hungarian
Armenian
Interlingua
Interlingue
Inupiak
Indonesian
Icelandic
Hebrew
Yiddish
Javanese
Georgian
Kazakh
Greenlandic
Cambodian
Kannada
Kashmiri
Kurdish
Kirghiz
Latin
Lingala
Laothian
Lithuanian
Latvian
Malagasy
Maori
Macedonian
Malayalam
Mongolian
Moldavian
Marathi
Malay
Maltese
Burmese
Nauru
Nepali
Norwegian
Occitan
Oromo
Oriya
Panjabi
Polish
Pashto
Portuguese
Code
1721
1813
1814
1815
1823
1901
1904
1907
1908
1909
1911
1912
1913
1914
1915
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
2001
2005
2007
2008
2009
2011
2012
2014
2015
2018
2019
2020
2023
2111
2118
2126
2209
2215
2315
2408
2515
2621
Language
Quechua
Rhaeto-Romance
Kirundi
Romanian
Kinyarwanda
Sanskrit
Sindhi
Sangho
Serbo-Croatian
Sinhalese
Slovak
Slovenian
Samoan
Shona
Somali
Albanian
Serbian
Siswati
Sesotho
Sundanese
Swedish
Swahili
Tamil
Telugu
Tajik
Thai
Tigrinya
Turkmen
Tagalog
Setswana
Tonga
Turkish
Tsonga
Tatar
Twi
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Volapuk
Wolof
Xhosa
Yoruba
Zulu
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Visual operations
Using the VTR
Using the VTR
You can watch a video by connecting a
commercially available VTR. You cannot,
however, connect the iPod cable (video line)
and VTR together.
IMPORTANT
To ensure driving safety, you cannot watch a
video while driving.
CHECK
You can watch a video only when you have
stopped your vehicle and applied the parking
brake to secure safety while the engine switch
or ACC is turned on. (When the source is
switched to the VTR while the car is moving,
only the audio function becomes active.)
Playing the VTR
1
Press
2
Touch VTR .
.
● The VTR screen appears.
● Touch the screen to change to the VTR
operation screen.
● Changing to the VTR operation screen
displays
each
touch
switch
for
approximately 6 seconds.
ATTENTION
● Whether or not the video is displayed
correctly depends on the connected
equipment.
a Wide switch
b MENU button
c AV button
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● VTR mode is not available when the iPod is
connected using the iPod cable (iPC-709).
(iPod mode and VTR mode are in exclusion
relationship) To use the VTR mode,
disconnect the iPod cable before using.
Changing the VTR
Setting Screen
1
Touch Wide .
2
Touch Normal , Wide1 or Wide2 .
● Normal
The screen is shown with the 3 (vertical)
by 4 (horizontal) aspect ratio (normal TV
screen size) and side edges are black.
● Wide1
The screen with the 9 (vertical) by 16
(horizontal) aspect ratio (normal TV screen
size) is uniformly expanded in the left and
right directions.
● Wide2
The screen with the 3 (vertical) by 4
(horizontal) aspect ratio (normal TV screen
size) is uniformly expanded in the up,
down, left and right directions.
● It will return to previous screen by touching
the .
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Visual operations
Using the DivX Player
Using the DivX Player
IMPORTANT
To ensure driving safety, you cannot watch a
video while driving.
■ About DivX
● DivX is a highly recognized media
technology developed by DivX, Inc.
DivX media files enable you to
compress with a high compression ratio
while maintaining high image quality.
Menus, sub titles, and sub audio tracks
can be included in the file compressed
by DivX. DivX.com has a variety of DivX
media files. It is possible to create
original contents by downloading these
media and using the DivX dedicated
tools.
■ About DivX Certified
● DivX Certified products have been
tested by the DivX creators, and have
been officially tested and certified that
they can be played back on all versions
of DivX (including DivX 6). A DivX
Certified logo on products shows that it
is a portable video or HD video that
complies with the DivX Profiles
Standard.
CHECK
You can watch a DivX only when you have
stopped your vehicle and applied the parking
brake to secure safety while the engine switch
or ACC is turned on. (If the source is switched
to the DivX player while the vehicle is in
motion, only the audio function becomes
active.)
a Set switch
b File switch/fast forward (rewind) button
c MENU button
d Folder / file selection switch
e Random switch
f AV button
g Repeat switch
h Playback / pause switch
i List switch
● DivX, DivX Certified and related logos
are trademarks of DivX, Inc. These
trademarks are used with the
permission of DivX, Inc.
● This unit supports playback of DivX files
recorded onto disc. It does not support
the playback of the video file in the USB
memory.
● For safety, only DivX music can be
played back while the vehicle is in
motion.
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Playing the DivX
Insert a disc containing a DivX file into the
disc slot, and it will start playing.
1
Press
2
Touch DISC .
.
■ Fast Forward/Rewind
It is possible to fast forward or rewind through
the file being played.
1
Hold down
seconds.
or
for 1 or more
● To the right:
Fast forwards a video.
To the left:
● The disc starts to play.
Rewinds a video.
● If the operation switches (touch switches)
are not being displayed, touch the screen.
When a beep sounds, the fast forward (or
rewind) mode starts and the video is fast
forwarded (or rewound) until you remove
your finger from the switch.
■ Pausing a Video
1
Touch
.
Video Operations
IMPORTANT
The touch switches and other operation
icons are shown approximately 6 seconds.
Touching the screen will display them again.
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Visual operations
Using the DivX Player
Select the folder to view
■ Select from continuous folder
You can select a desired folder from the disc.
1
■ Select from the folder list
●
1
Touch List .
2
Touch Play .
or
.
: Goes to the next higher folder and
plays the first video of this folder.
: Goes to the next lower folder and
plays the first video of this folder.
ATTENTION
● Playback the video at the start of the
folder.
● Page will switch by touching
if there is next page.
Press
If there is no file in folder, “NO DATA” is
displayed instead of file name and folder
name.
or
● It will return to previous screen by touching
the .
Select the file to view
You can select a desired file from the folder.
■ Select from file name switch
1
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Touch List .
2
Fast Forward/Rewind
Touch on the folder to view.
● Page will switch by touching
if there is next page.
You can fast forward or rewind the currently
playing video.
or
● Touch
to return to the immediately
preceding screen.
1
Hold down
seconds.
or
for 1 or more
● To the right:
Fast forwards a video.
To the left:
Rewinds a video.
It will fast forward (rewind) the video until
the switch is released.
3
Repeating a video file
Touch on the file to view.
IMPORTANT
● This plays the selected file.
● Page will switch by touching
if there is next page.
or
● It will return to previous screen by touching
the .
When you select repeat, folder repeat,
random, or folder random, its function is
shown as Repeat, F.Repeat, Random, or
F.Random on the display.
1
Touch Repeat .
● Repeat the file currently being viewed.
● Touch Repeat again to cancel repeating.
■ Select from linked files
1
Press
or
.
● Right: Advances to the next file.
Left (Press once.): Returns
beginning of the playing file.
to
the
Left (Press twice or more.): Returns to
previous files.
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Visual operations
Using the DivX Player
Random Play
IMPORTANT
When you select repeat or random, its
function is shown as Repeat or Random on
the display.
1
Touch Random .
Changing the Subtitle
Language
If the target disc supports multiple subtitle
languages, you can change them to display a
video.
1
Touch Set .
2
Touch Subtitle .
● Plays files of currently playing folder in
random order.
● When you touch Random , the random
play continues until you cancel it. When
you touch Random again, the random
play is cancelled.
● If you touch Repeat during random play,
the current video is repeated. When you
touch Repeat again, random play
restarts.
● Touch
to return to the immediately
preceding screen.
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3
Touch Change Subtitle .
● Each time you touch Change Subtitle ,
the subtitle number is changed, and the
subtitle languages recorded on the disc
are toggled in sequence.
2
● Touch
to return to the immediately
preceding screen.
3
Changing the Audio
Language
If the target disc supports multiple audio
languages, you can change them while
playing.
1
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Touch Audio .
Touch Change Audio .
● Each time you touch Change Audio , the
audio number is changed, and the audio
languages recorded on the disc are
toggled in sequence.
Touch Set .
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Visual operations
Using the DivX Player
Display DivX VOD code
To play the DivX VOD (Video On Demand)
contents, register this unit to the contents
provider first. This DivX VOD registration
code is required at that time.
3
Touch DivX VOD .
● DivX® Video On Demand registration code
is displayed.
DivX® Video On Demand registration code
can be displayed.
1
Press
2
Touch Info .
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.
● It will return to previous screen by touching
the .
Caution display while
playing VOD Rental file
A message is displayed on the screen when
DivX VOD Rental files are played. Read the
contents displayed, and touch either [Yes] or
[No].
Switching the Video
Output
1
Touch Set .
3
Touch Normal , Wide1 or Wide2 .
● Normal
The screen is shown with the 3 (vertical)
by 4 (horizontal) aspect ratio (normal TV
screen size) and side edges are black.
● Wide1
The screen with the 9 (vertical) by 16
(horizontal) aspect ratio (normal TV screen
size) is uniformly expanded in the left and
right directions.
● Wide2
The screen with the 3 (vertical) by 4
(horizontal) aspect ratio (normal TV screen
size) is uniformly expanded in the up,
down, left and right directions.
● It will return to previous screen by touching
the .
2
Touch Wide .
● Touch
to return to the immediately
preceding screen.
ATTENTION
The user should not experience any problems
when watching a video on the wide screen on
a personal basis. If you compress or enlarge
the screen for commercial purposes or to
display to the public, it may infringe a copyright
that is protected by copyright laws.
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Visual operations
Using the DivX Player
About DivX
● Codec support:
DivX 3.x, 4.x, 5.x, 6.x
■ About the DivX standards that
can be played back
● Profile:
Home Theater *2
Format of Discs
● Maximum resolution:
720×480 (30fps), 720×576 (25fps)
● CD-ROM formats:
CD-ROM Mode 1, CD-ROM XA Mode 2
(Form 1)
● Supported audio codec:
MP3, AC3, MPEG, LPCM
*1
● File formats:
ISO9660 Level 1 or Level 2 (for both CD
and DVD)
Only title 1 can be played back in DivX
media format. Menu is not displayed.
*2
High bit rate stream recorded on the CD
might not have a sufficient data transfer
rate. It is recommended to record to DVD
in such a case.
ROMEO system, JOLIET system
MP3/WMA files recorded in a format other
than the one explained above may result in
files that cannot be played normally and in
file names and folder names that do not
display properly.
Limitations in addition to standards are as
follows.
● Length of folder/file name:
64 bytes
● Playable extensions:
DivX, Div, AVI (single byte characters only,
not case-sensitive)
● File structure:
8 layers max
● Folder volume in the disk (including root):
256 max
● Folder and file volume in the disk folder
(including root):
999 max
● Standard level:
DivX Certified *1
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How to operate portable audio devices
Using the iPod® Player
Using the iPod Player
Once an iPod is connected, you can play
iPod music or video files. Using this receiver,
you can perform operations, for example,
selecting a file from the list or changing to the
random playback mode. You cannot,
however, connect the iPod cable (video line)
together with USB or VTR.
IMPORTANT
● For details on the iPod functions, refer to
the iPod operation manual.
● It is assumed here that the iPod has
already been connected to this main unit
with an optional iPod interface cable (iPC709).
● See the ECLIPSE Website (http://
www.eclipse-web.com/us/
ipodcompatibility/index.html) for details on
applicable phone models.
● To ensure driving safety, you cannot watch
a video while driving.
● iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc.,
registered in the U.S. and other countries.
h Menu switch
i List switch
Listening to the iPod
CAUTION
● Disconnect headphones and other
accessories from the iPod before
connecting it to this receiver. Failure to do
so may make it impossible to operate the
iPod from this receiver.
● If the iPod's equalizer has been preset,
sound output may be distorted when it is
connected to the optional dedicated
connection cable.
● If this receiver does not support the
language used in iPod, album names,
titles, and artist names are displayed as
blank.
● iPod may not be recognized by ACC OFF/
ON. In such a case, remove the iPod once,
and reconnect it.
IMPORTANT
When you attach your iPod, the music
restarts from the stopped position. If you
switched the power of the iPod ON/OFF, the
music restarts from the stopped position.
But if the receiver cannot detect the music
file that was playing previously, it will begin
playing from the first music file.
a Shuffle All switch
b File UP/DOWN, Fast UP/DOWN button
c Album Shuffle switch
d MENU button
e Shuffle switch
f Repeat switch
g AV button
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How to operate portable audio devices
Using the iPod® Player
1
Press
2
Touch iPod .
Selecting the Desired
Music or Video File
.
You can select a desired song or video.
1
● Playback will begin.
Press
or
.
● To the right:
Advances to the next file.
To the left:
Returns to the beginning of the file being
played.
Left (Press more than two times):
Returns to the previous file.
Fast Forward/Rewind
The selected song or the video (file) will be
played.
You can fast forward or rewind the track or
the video currently being played.
1
Hold down
seconds.
or
Finding a Desired Music
File
for 1 or more
● To the right:
Forwards a track or video file.
CAUTION
If the iPod is disconnected from this receiver
while playing a music file on the iPod, you
will return to the previously selected mode.
To the left:
Rewinds a track or video file.
It will fast forward (rewind) the video until
the switch is released.
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1
Touch Menu .
2
To select a track or program to play,
touch Playlists , Artists , Albums ,
Podcasts , or Genres .
● This displays the list screen of the selected
mode.
● Touch
to return to the immediately
preceding screen.
4
Touch the name of the music file to be
played.
● This plays the selected music file.
● When
or
appears, touch them
to change the page of the music file list.
● You cannot operate the
and
switches when your car is running.
● Music file in the list is played from the
beginning by touching the Play .
● Touch Menu and the menu screen is
displayed.
● Touch
to return to the immediately
preceding screen.
3
Touch the list to listen.
● Repeat until the track screen is displayed.
The order depends on the selection modes
as follows.
Playlist:
Playlist J track screen
View the list of playing
back
Album:
Album screen J track screen
Artist:
Artist screen J album screen J track
screen
1
Touch List .
Podcasts:
Podcasts screen J Podcasts screen J
track screen
Genre:
Genre screen J artist screen J album
screen J track screen
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How to operate portable audio devices
Using the iPod® Player
Setting to the iPod Video
Mode
You can select and play a desired video file
from the iPod memory.
CAUTION
● If the iPod is disconnected from this
receiver while playing a video file on the
iPod, you will return to the previously
selected mode.
3
Touch on the category to view.
● Touch Menu and the menu screen is
displayed.
● Page will switch by touching
if there is next page.
or
● Touch
to return to the immediately
preceding screen.
● Depending on the model of the iPod, a
music list may be displayed on the video
list.
■ Select the video file to view from
the list
Video file to view can be selected.
1
Touch Menu .
4
Touch on the list to view.
● Repeat until the video screen is displayed.
● Video file in the list is played from the
beginning by touching the Play .
● Page will switch by touching
if there is next page.
or
● Touch Menu and the menu screen is
displayed.
● Touch
to return to the immediately
preceding screen.
2
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Touch Video .
5
Repeatedly Playing the
Same Music File
Touch on the video file to view.
● This plays the selected video file.
● Page will switch by touching
if there is next page.
or
1
Touch Repeat .
● Touch Menu and the menu screen is
displayed.
● This repeatedly plays the currently played
music file.
● Touch
to return to the immediately
preceding screen.
● Once you touch Repeat , the selected
music file will be repeated until the repeat
function is released. Touch Repeat
again to cancel the repeat play.
● The list to playback will be repeatedly
played back when the Repeat is cleared.
Pausing
1
Touch
.
● Touch
to pause the display. Touch
to resume playing.
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How to operate portable audio devices
Using the iPod® Player
Random Play of Music
Files
■ Listen randomly from the list that
is playing
1
Touch Shuffle .
● All the files will playback randomly from the
playlist.
● Once you touch Shuffle , the random play
continues until you cancel it. Touch
Shuffle again to cancel the random
playback of all files in the playlist.
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■ Listen to an album randomly
The selected album can be played back
randomly. However, the music files in the
album will be played back in order from the
beginning.
1
Touch Album Shuffle .
● Once you touch Album Shuffle , the
random play continues until you cancel it.
When you touch Album Shuffle again,
the random play for the album is cancelled.
■ Listen all music files random
All music files can be played back randomly.
1
Touch Shuffle All .
● Once you touch Shuffle All , the random
play continues until you cancel it. Touch
Shuffle All again to cancel the random
play.
ATTENTION
When the iPod is taken off with the unit set to
Shuffle All, setting of the iPod will be changed
to shuffle playback.
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How to operate portable audio devices
Using Bluetooth Audio
Using Bluetooth Audio
A Bluetooth compatible portable audio player
(“portable device” hereafter) can be used as
a source for this unit by utilizing the Bluetooth
wireless communication technology.
To use a Bluetooth compatible portable
device with this unit, it is necessary to
perform
Bluetooth
registration
and
connection settings.
● The Bluetooth compatible portable device
to be connected must be a portable device
which supports the relevant Bluetooth
specification.
For
the
Bluetooth
specification supported by this receiver,
see Specification. (See page 229)
● Bluetooth is a short-range wireless
technology for connecting cell phones,
computers and other such devices.
®
Bluetooth is a registered trademark of
Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
■ Registration of portable devices
Register a portable device to this receiver.
Portable devices can be registered in two
ways, from the portable device, or by
searching for the portable device on this
receiver. Only one portable device can be
registered to this unit.
IMPORTANT
Do not perform registration operation of the
portable device while driving. Perform the
registration operation after stopping the
vehicle in a safe location.
Registration from the portable device
1
Press
2
Touch Bluetooth Audio .
3
Touch Pairing .
.
ATTENTION
● This unit can be used with Bluetooth
compatible portable devices.
● See the operation manual of the portable
device regarding the operation of Bluetooth.
● The connection status may become bad and
operation with this unit may not be possible
for the Bluetooth audio depending on the
surrounding environment.
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4
5
Touch Allow Connect .
Register by searching for a portable
device on this receiver
1
Press
2
Touch Bluetooth Audio .
3
Touch Pairing .
4
Touch Device Search .
.
On the portable device, enter PIN
CODE for this receiver.
● The default PIN CODE setting is 1234.
● Perform the portable device operations
with the Device information screen
displayed.
● Device information screen
6
“Bluetooth Connection Successful” is
displayed on completion of
registration.
● Registration of the portable device is now
complete.
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● “Searching...” is displayed.
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How to operate portable audio devices
Using Bluetooth Audio
5
Select the device name of the portable
device you wish to register
■ Connection
device
of
the
portable
Connect a portable device registered on this
receiver.
6
1
Press
2
Touch Bluetooth Audio .
3
Touch Connect .
4
“Bluetooth Connection Successful” is
displayed on completion of
connection.
.
Enter the PIN CODE on the portable
device.
● The default PIN CODE setting is 1234.
● Perform the portable device operations
with the Device information screen
displayed.
● Device information screen
7
“Bluetooth Connection Successful” is
displayed on completion of
registration.
● Registration of the portable device is now
complete.
ATTENTION
● When
registration
fails,
“Bluetooth
Connection Failed” is displayed. In this
case, repeat the registration operations.
● For portable device-side operations, consult
the operation manual that came with your
portable device.
● Connection of the portable device to this
receiver is now complete.
ATTENTION
● When
connection
fails,
“Bluetooth
Connection Failed” is displayed. In this
case, repeat the connection operations.
● Note that you cannot connect unregistered
portable devices.
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■ Cancelling a
connection.
portable
1
Press
2
Touch Bluetooth Audio .
device
■ Listening to the portable device
.
a Random switch
b File UP/DOWN, Fast UP/DOWN button
c Repeat switch
d MENU button
e Play switch
3
4
Touch Disconnect .
f AV button
g Stop switch
1
Press
2
Touch Bluetooth Audio .
.
“Bluetooth Connection Successful” is
displayed on completion of
cancellation.
● Cancelling of the connection of the
portable device is now complete.
ATTENTION
When connection fails, “Bluetooth Connection
Failed” is displayed. In this case, repeat the
connection operations.
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How to operate portable audio devices
Using Bluetooth Audio
3
Touch
■ Selecting a Desired Music
.
● Start the playback of the connected
portable device.
1
Press
or
.
● Right: Advances to the next music.
Left (pressing once): Returns to the
beginning of the music being played.
Left (pressing more than two times):
Returns to the previous music.
■ Fast forward / rewind
ATTENTION
If the playback does not start by touching the
of this unit, press the playback button on
the portable device.
1
Press
longer.
or
for one second or
■ Repeating the Same Track
■ Stop the playback
1
Touch
● To resume the playback, touch
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1
.
Touch Repeat .
● The track repeats to play.
.
● When you touch Repeat , the track
repeats to play until you cancel it.
Touch Repeat again to cancel the repeat
play.
■ Random Play
1
Touch Random .
● All titles of the Bluetooth Audio are played
in random order.
● When you touch Random , the random
play continues until you cancel it.
When you touch Random again, the
random play is cancelled.
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Others
About the Steering Wheel Switches
On vehicles equipped with steering wheel switches, these easy-access switches can be used
to perform the main audio and other operations.
Download the data for the steering wheel switches to the CD-R from the E-iSERV Website
(URL: http://www.e-iserv.jp), and cause this receiver to read and store the data.
● For details of the steering wheel switch, please contact your local dealer.
● This function may not be available depending on the vehicle type.
Setting the steering
wheel switch functions
You cannot operate the vehicle's steering
wheel switches that have been loaded at the
factory even if you have installed the
AVN726E. You can download the software to
enable these functions from the ECLIPSE
website (E-iSERV). Import this software into
your AVN726E.
For details, contact the store from which you
purchased your main unit. Depending on
your vehicle’s make and model, material
downloaded from the website may not be
compatible with your steering wheel switch.
Consult the store from which you purchased
your AVN726E about compatibility and setup procedures. Download and import the
software for the steering wheel switch into
this device in the following procedure.
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Access The ECLIPSE website.
(URL: http://www.e-iserv.jp)
L
Download the steering wheel switch software
following instructions provided on the ECLIPSE
website (E-iSERV). (Because material available
on the website may not be compatible with the
steering wheel switches found on some
automobiles, make sure to check the website for
details about compatibility.)
L
Copy the downloaded software to CD-R.
L
Import into the main unit.
L
You can operate the steering wheel switches.
Reading the steering
wheel switch data
The steering wheel switch data that has been
downloaded from E-iSERV (website) to a
CD-R can be loaded into the main unit and
saved there.
4
● “Please Insert Disc” is displayed and panel
opens, so insert the CD-R with the data
copied. “Reading Data” is displayed while
reading the data.
● Disc is ejected if a disc is in this unit.
CAUTION
Do not switch ON/OFF the ignition switch or
the power of this unit while reading data.
Data reading will be interrupted and data
may be damaged.
1
Press
2
Touch Info .
.
● “Completed” is displayed and CD-R is
ejected when the reading is completed.
● “Error, try once again” is displayed and
returns to previous screen when the
reading of data fails.
● Touch
to return to the immediately
preceding screen.
5
3
Press
button, and touch DISC to
eject the CD-R.
ATTENTION
Touch Steering Remote Setting .
● Audio
is
turned
OFF
when
Steering Remote Setting is touched.
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Touch Data Import .
● To load data into the main unit, you have to
make a special folder. For detail information
about how to make the folder, refer to the EiSERV website.
● This function can be used only on a vehicle
that has the steering wheel switches
operating by voltage detection.
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About the Steering Wheel Switches
Manual setting of
steering wheel switch
functions
You can manually assign the desired
functions to every steering wheel switch
buttons.
4
Touch Manual Setting .
● Touch
to return to the immediately
preceding screen.
IMPORTANT
Your manual setting may fail due to the
ambient environments including the outdoor
temperature.
1
Press
2
Touch Info .
3
Touch Steering Remote Setting .
.
● Audio
is
turned
OFF
when
Steering Remote Setting is touched.
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5
Touch Store until the Command
Select screen is displayed.
● Touch
to return to the immediately
preceding screen.
6
Touch the command you wish to set.
● Next page is displayed by touching
or
.
7
While pressing the steering switch
button to record, touch the Store
until a beep sounds.
● It will display Completed when the setting
is completed, then it will return to
Command Select screen and displays
Store on the set command.
10
Touch Done after confirming the final
confirmation screen.
● Touch
to return to the immediately
preceding screen.
● “Error, try once again” is displayed when
the data reading fails.
● Touch
to return to the immediately
preceding screen.
ATTENTION
If “Error, try once again” is shown on the
display, once again select a desired function to
set.
8
Assign the desired functions to the
steering wheel switch buttons by
repeating Steps 6 through 7.
9
Touch Finalize .
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About the Steering Wheel Switches
Compatibility with Steering Wheel Switches
The table below shows the compatibility between the steering wheel switches and this receiver.
(Switches other than (u) and (d) are available for VTR operation.)
Operation
Common
operations
Switch
(+)
Name
Volume switch
(–)
(MODE)
Mode selection
switch
Function
Explanation of
operation
Each momentary
actuation of these
switches changes the
volume one step. Hold a
switch down for a
continuous volume
change.
(+): Turns up the volume
(ringtone volume and
talking volume during BTTEL).
● When this switch is
pressed while the
power is turned off, the
power is turned on.
When the power is on, the
mode changes each time
(MODE) is pressed.
(–): Turns down the
volume (ringtone volume
and talking volume during
BT-TEL).
● The mode changes in
the following order. FM/
AM J SIR* J XM* J
DISC (CD, DVD, MP3/
WMA or DivX)J USB
J BT-Audio J iPod* J
VTR J return to FM/
AM.
Radio operations
(POWE
R)
Power switch
Turn on or off the power.
Turn on or off the power
by short press.
(MUTE)
Mute
This will mute.
This will mute by short
press.
(u)
Channel
selection switch
● Selects the next or
previous channel.
Press (u) or (d) briefly to
select the next or previous
channel.
(d)
● Starts the automatic
channel selection
operation.
SIRIUS/XM
satellite radio
tuner operations
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(u)
(d)
Channel
selection switch
● Selects the next or
previous channel.
● Press and hold to start
the automatic selection
within the category.
Press and hold (u) or (d)
longer to start the
automatic channel
selection operation.
Press (u) or (d) briefly to
select the next or previous
channel.
Press and hold (u) or (d)
longer to start the
automatic selection
operation within the
category.
Operation
CD Player
Operations
Switch
(u)
(d)
Name
Track selection
switches
Function
● Selects the next track
or previous track or
beginning of the
current track.
● Fast forward or rewind
Operation of MP3/ (u)
WMA player or
(d)
DivX player
Track selection
switches
● Selects the next track
or previous track or
beginning of the
current track.
● Fast forward or rewind
USB operations
(u)
(d)
Track selection
switches
● Selects the next track
or previous track or
beginning of the
current track.
● Fast forward or rewind
Operation of iPod
and BT-Audio
(u)
(d)
Track selection
switches
● Selects the next track
or previous track or
beginning of the
current track.
● Fast forward or rewind
Function DVD
operations
Operation of the
BT-TEL
(u)
(d)
Chapter
selection and
fast forward or
rewind switch
● Selects the next or
previous chapter.
On Hook
● End the call, or refuse
the call.
Off Hook
● Fast forward or rewind
Explanation of
operation
Press (u) or (d) briefly to
select the next or previous
track.
Press and hold (u) or (d)
longer to fast forward or
rewind a track.
Press (u) or (d) briefly to
select the next or previous
track.
Press and hold (u) or (d)
longer to fast forward or
rewind a track.
Press (u) or (d) briefly to
select the next or previous
track.
Press and hold (u) or (d)
longer to fast forward or
rewind a track.
Press (u) or (d) briefly to
select the next or previous
track.
Press and hold (u) or (d)
longer to fast forward or
rewind a track.
Press (u) or (d) briefly to
select the next or previous
chapter.
Press and hold (u) or (d)
longer to fast forward or
rewind a chapter.
● Call is made or
received.
● Calls up the telephone
mode.
Press
briefly to end
call or refuse call.
Press
briefly to start
call or accept call. It will
enter telephone mode if it
is not in telephone mode.
* Option
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Necessary Information
If the Following Messages Appear
If the following messages appear, check the status again, referring to the cause and action.
Message
Cause
Action
In CD/MP3 WMA/DVD mode
No DISC
DISC is not inserted.
Insert the DISC.
The loaded disc is dirty or upside
down. Check it for proper
orientation and verify it is clean.
Check DISC
Disc is dirty or damaged.
Clean the disc if it is dirty. Insert
the disc correctly if it is
upsidedown. Do not use the
scratched or warped disc.
No support
Disc does not have correct files.
Confirm the file.
DISC Error
The CD/MP3·WMA or DVD player
Eject the disc.
is not operating for some reason.
Error
The temperature of the CD/
MP3·WMA or DVD player has
become unusually high.
Without performing any other
operations, wait until the
temperature comes down *.
Pass code incorrect
This message is displayed when
the pass code that has been
entered is not correct.
Enter the correct pass code.
Parental lock enabled
Viewing restrictions are enabled.
Change the setting for viewing
restrictions and start again.(See
page 189)
Currently this function is disabled.
A function that has been disabled
was selected with the menu.
Follow the directions on the
screen and start again.
A function that cannot be used
Currently this function is disabled. while the vehicle is in motion was
selected.
Stop the vehicle and set the
emergency / parking brake.
Invalid code
A number not supported was
input for selecting a language
code.
Input a valid language code.
Region code error
The region code (controlled
region for playback) of the disc is
not acceptable.
Check that the DVD has a region
code that can be played on this
equipment.(See page 174)
Requested chapter or title not
found.
The selected chapter/title does
not exist.
Select a chapter/title that is on the
disc.
Cannot read disc. Please check
Cannot play the DVD
Eject the DISC.
This is copyright protected file, so
the DivX file that was purchased
with registration code other than
this device cannot play.
Eject the DISC.
During DivX mode
Authorization Error This player is
not authorized to play this video
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Message
Cause
Action
Resolution error
This file exceeds the resolution
allowed by the HOME THEATER
profile.
This is a DivX file recorded with
resolution other than DivX HOME
THEATER profile, so it cannot
play.
Eject the DISC.
View DivX(R) VOD Rental
This rental has ** views left.
Do you want to use one of your **
views now?
Display the remaining playback
count of the file
Follow the directions on the
screen.
Viewing count has expired
Eject the DISC.
[YES]/[NO]
Rental Expired
A function that has been disabled
Currently this function is disabled.
was selected with the menu.
Follow the directions on the
screen and start again.
A function that cannot be used
Currently this function is disabled. while the vehicle is in motion was
selected.
Stop the vehicle and set the
emergency / parking brake.
Reading INDEX **%
File read percentage display
Do not operate until the reading of
file is completed.
No data
USB memory does not have
correct files.
Confirm the file.
Check USB
A communication error or data
transfer error is occurred.
Confirm connection with USB
memory or USB memory
standards. Also, reconnect the
USB memory.
SPS CH OFF
Cannot receive sub channel
Adjust to sub channel that can be
received.
Storing Tag data
Tag information is stored as
enabled
Please wait.
Storing of Tag information was
success
Please wait.
Number of stored memories of
Tag information has reached 50.
Connect the iPod and transfer the
information.
Acquisition of Tag information
has failed
Try to acquire again. It may not be
acquired.
Transferring Tag information to
the iPod
Please wait.
** Tags sent
Tag information was transferred
to the iPod
Continue the operation.
No data
Tag information cannot be used
Wait until the Tag information can
be used.
Failed
Transferring of Tag information to
the iPod has failed
Try the operation again.
Memory of the iPod is full
Check the iPod.
In USB mode
HD Radio mode
Store success
Tag **/50
Storage full
Connect iPod
Insufficient data
Transferring
Tags to iPod
iPod full
Tags cannot be stored
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Necessary Information
Message
Cause
Action
Cannot receive sub channel
Adjust the antenna position so it
can receive the sub channels.
Antenna error
The SIRIUS antenna is
disconnected.
Check the connection of the
SIRIUS antenna.
Acquiring signal
Displayed when the SIRIUS
satellite radio signal is lost (during
access)
Try receiving the signal again in
the place where there are no
obstacles.
Call 888-539-SIRIUS
You are tuned to a valid SIRIUS
channel but you are not
subscribed to that channel.
Subscribe to SIRIUS. Or, check/
change your subscription plan.
Sub updated
Displayed when your SIRIUS
channel subscription has been
accepted and your status is being
updated to allow you to receive
the channels.
After this message is displayed,
the channels for which you do
have a subscription can be
received.
Invalid channel
Displayed when you are tuned to
Tune to channels that you can
a SIRIUS channel that you cannot
receive.
receive.
Updating
Displayed while the channel map
is being updated.
After this message is displayed,
subscribe to SIRIUS. The
channels for which you do have a
subscription can be received.
Check antenna
The XM antenna is disconnected.
Check the connection of the XM
antenna.
No signal
Try receiving the signal again in
Displayed when the XM satellite
the place where there are no
radio signal is lost (during access)
obstacles.
Off air
Displayed when the XM channel
you are tuned to is not currently
on air.
Tune to channels currently on air.
Loading
Obtaining audio and information
data for the XM channel.
Wait for a brief period.
Check XM tuner
XM tuner is not connected and
cannot receive
Check the connection of the XM
tuner.
Ch unavailable
Displayed when tuned to the XM
channel, no permission
Tune to channels currently on air.
Ch unauthorized
Displayed when tuned to the XM
channel
Adjust to the channel that can be
received.
Ch unauthorized
This is displayed when the
encryption code is updating
Please wait.
Playback failed, communication
problem
Reconnect the iPod.
This machine is currently
detecting iPod data.
Wait for a brief period.
Linking
In SIRIUS mode
In XM mode
In iPod mode
Error1
Communication error
Reading
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Message
Cause
Action
No iPod
iPod is not connected
Connect the iPod.
No data
The iPod contains neither tracks
nor video.
Import a track or video file for the
iPod to play.
Error2
Check iPod
No support music files
A communication error, playback
error, iPod software
incompatibility, or control error
occurred.
This is displayed when the music
is played in Video mode of the
iPod 5G
Connect a playable iPod.
Reconnect the iPod.
Select a playable file.
* If this happens, wait for a brief period. When the temperature inside the equipment returns to
normal, the message will disappear and playback will start. If the message does not disappear
after a long period of waiting, contact the place of purchase.
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Necessary Information
When You Think There Is a Malfunction
A slight difference in operation may be mistaken for a malfunction. Please check the items in
the following table first.
If the unit does not work, even after the appropriate remedial action has been taken, please
contact your dealer.
Condition
Possible cause
Action
The screen is dark for a brief
period when the power is turned
on at low temperatures.
This is a characteristic of TFTs.
This is not a malfunction. Wait for
a brief period.
The display is distorted for a
brief period after the power is
turned on.
This is a characteristic of TFT
backlighting.
This is not a malfunction. The
display will stabilize after a brief
period.
Volume is poorly adjusted or MUTE
is functioning.
Press the VOL button to adjust
the volume. Or release MUTE.
The music is muted in following
cases.
This is not a malfunction. The
music can be heard again when
the voice guidance finishes or the
hands-free mode is turned off.
No sound comes out.
● the voice guidance is ON.
● talking in the hands-free mode*
Sound comes out of only one
side (left or right, front or back).
A speaker wire is disconnected.
Check the connections of the
speaker wires.
Volume is poorly adjusted.
Check the balance and fader
adjustments.
The adjusted audio quality is not
Sound quality does not change
included in the radio broadcast or
even after making adjustments.
disc.
A CD/DVD will not go into the
deck.
A CD/DVD cannot be played.
Audio is output, but not DVD
video. (With vehicle stopped.)
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Check by changing the radio
station or disc.
Power is not turned on.
Turn the vehicle ignition switch to
[ACC] or [ON].
A disc is already inserted and you
are trying to insert a second disc.
Eject the previously inserted CD/
DVD and insert the preferred CD/
DVD.
There is water condensation inside
the equipment.
Stop using the equipment for a
short time and then try using it
again.(See page 121)
There is a large scratch or warp in
the CD/DVD.
Insert a different CD/DVD.
The CD/DVD is very dirty.
Clean the CD/DVD.(See page
121)
The CD/DVD is upside down.
Insert the CD/DVD with the
proper orientation.
A non-supported type of CD/DVD
has been inserted.
Insert a CD/DVD that is
supported in the deck.(See page
121)
The emergency / parking brake has
not be set.
Set the emergency / parking
brake.
Condition
Neither video nor audio is
output.
There is a point of light on the
display.
Possible cause
Action
The vehicle ignition switch has not
been turned on.
Turn the vehicle ignition switch to
[ACC] or [ON].
The connection wires and cables
are not completely connected.
Check the connections to each
connection wire and cable.
At least 99.99% of the pixels on the
TFT panel are effective, but it is
possible that 0.01% of the pixels
may not light or may stay lighted.
This is not a defect, so please use
the equipment in this condition.
* Depending on your mobile phone, the mute function may not work correctly. If it does not, press
the
on the main unit. Refer to the ECLIPSE Web site (http://www.eclipse-web.com) for details
on applicable phone models.
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Reference
Glossary
Please read the descriptions for following terms to enjoy more.
● GPS (Global Positioning System)
GPS is a system to detect current location (latitude,
longitude, altitude) by receiving radiowaves from
normally 4 or more, or 3 in some cases, GPS
satellites orbiting 21,000 km over the Earth.
These satellites are launched and managed by the
US Department of Defense mainly for military use, but
are also open for private usage. This unit performs
navigation using the GPS information, various
sensors, and road map data.
● Wide area map, detailed map
Wide area map is a map with wide area, and detailed
map is a map of small area. The scales of a map are
1/20,480,000, 1/10,200,000, 1/5,120,000, 1/
2,560,000, 1/1,280,000, 1/640,000, 1/320,000, 1/
160,000, 1/80,000, 1/40,000, 1/20,000, 1/10,000, and
1/5,000.
● Measurement
GPS position quality is displayed at left lower.The
more bars light, the more extreme precision GPS
position quality is.
● 2 dimensional measurement and 3 dimensional
measurement
GPS calculates the position using the triangulation.
Signals do
not intercross
at one point
Actual
position
Error
Position determined by
2-dimensional measurement
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Distance to the satellite can be determined when the
radiowave from that satellite is received, and current
location can be measured by receiving radiowave
from 3 satellites.
However, since there are margin of error in the GPS
satellites and navigation unit, only 2 dimensional
measurement of latitude and longitude is performed
when radiowave from only 3 satellites are received.
The precision will be lower in this case.
The measurement will be taken in 3 dimensions of
latitude, longitude, and altitude when radiowave from
4 or more GPS satellites are received. 3 dimensional
measurement has higher precision than 2
dimensional measurement, and error of vehicle
location becomes smaller.
Reference
Specifications
<GPS antenna>
Dimensions
34 (W) × 13.2 (H) × 38 (D) mm
Weight approx.
25 g (Excluding cables and connectors)
Power supply voltage
4.5 +/-0.5(V)
Power consumption
10 to 30 (mA)
Usage temperature
-30 to 80 (°C)
Storage temperature
-40 to 100 (°C)
<Display section>
Liquid crystal panel
7.0″ QVGA
Screen dimensions
156.24 (W) × 82.21 (H) mm
Pixel count
391,680 pixels (480 (H) × 272 (V) × 3)
Active pixel rate Over
99.99%
Display format
Transmissive color filter format
Drive system
TFT (thin film transistor) active matrix format
Usage temperature range
-20°C to +60°C
Storage temperature range
-40°C to +70°C
<Radio tuner section>
Reception frequency
AM 530 to 1710kHz (10kHz step)
FM 87.75 to 107.9MHz (200kHz step)
Practical speed
AM 22µV (S/N20dB)
FM 12 dBf (IHF)
Frequency characteristic
30 to 15,000 Hz (FM)
Stereo separation
38 dB (1 kHz)
<CD/DVD section>
Wow and flutter
Below measurement limit
Higher harmonic distortion rate
0.01% (0 dB, 1 kHz)
Frequency characteristic
20 to 20,000 Hz
S/N ratio
90 dB (1 kHz)
Dynamic range
88 dB
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Specifications
<USB memory section>
USB Interface
1.1/2.0 (support)
Frequency Response
20Hz to 20,000Hz ±3dB
S/N Ratio (A-weighted)
75 dB
<Bluetooth>
Compatible Bluetooth
Ver.2.0
Compatible Profile
HFP (Hands Free Profile) Ver.1.5
OPP (Object Push Profile) Ver.1.1
A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) Ver. 1.0
AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile) Ver.1.0
<Common component>
Rated output
15 W × 4 (1 kHz, 1% 4 Ω) (EIAJ)
Maximum output
50 W × 4 (test voltage 14.4 V)
Suitable load impedance
4 Ω (each channel)
Power source voltage
13.2 V DC (11 to 16 V)
Power consumption
0.5 W × 4 output time approx. 3.7 A
Grounded
Approx. 15 A max
Exterior dimensions
180 mm (W), 100 mm (H), 166 mm (D)
Weight Approx.
3.2 kg
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