TNS410 - Toyota
TNS410
Owners manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Table of Contents
Before Use
1. Introduction ..................................................................................7
2. Safety Instruction.........................................................................9
3. Warnings.....................................................................................10
Limitations of the navigation system .................................................. 10
4. Safety precautions .....................................................................11
Before Use
1. Before use ..................................................................................13
Discs ..................................................................................................... 15
Operation
1. About This Receiver ..................................................................18
Control Names and Operations .......................................................... 18
Panel Switches .................................................................................. 18
Turning the POWER ON or OFF ......................................................... 19
Switching Between the Audio and Navigation Screen ..................... 19
Turning the PND Display ON and OFF ............................................... 20
Detaching the PND............................................................................... 20
Using the PND ................................................................................... 20
How to Detach the PND from the Main Unit ...................................... 20
Attaching the PND ............................................................................. 20
Using the Audio Cover ........................................................................ 21
Using the Audio Cover ....................................................................... 21
Fitting the Audio Cover ...................................................................... 21
How to Detach the Audio Cover from the Main Unit .......................... 21
Hands-Free Microphone and Light Sensor........................................ 21
Adjusting the Display Angle ............................................................... 22
Loading/Unloading a Disc ................................................................... 22
Loading Steps .................................................................................... 23
CD/DVD unloading steps ................................................................... 24
Operation Conditions of this Receiver .............................................. 25
2. Setup of This Receiver ..............................................................26
Setup of This Receiver ........................................................................ 26
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Main Unit Settings................................................................................ 26
Enable guide tone .............................................................................. 26
Enable AUX ....................................................................................... 26
Enable VTR........................................................................................ 27
Dim sub-display ................................................................................. 27
Link night view to headlights .............................................................. 27
Illumination......................................................................................... 28
Voice guidance .................................................................................. 28
Camera setting................................................................................... 28
Screen Adjustment and Setting.......................................................... 28
Picture Quality Adjustment ................................................................. 29
Contrast ............................................................................................. 29
Brightness .......................................................................................... 29
Color .................................................................................................. 29
Switching the Wide Screen Mode....................................................... 30
3. Switching the Audio Source .....................................................31
Switching the audio source ................................................................ 31
4. Volume Control ..........................................................................32
Adjusting the volume .......................................................................... 32
Muting the Volume ............................................................................... 32
5. Adjusting the sound quality......................................................33
Switching Audio Control Modes......................................................... 33
Adjusting the BASS............................................................................ 33
Adjusting the MIDDLE........................................................................ 33
Adjusting the TREBLE ....................................................................... 33
Balancing the Right and Left Speakers (BALANCE) ......................... 33
Balancing the Front and Rear Speakers (FADER) ............................ 33
Setting the loudness mode (LOUDNESS) ......................................... 34
Adjusting the SVC (Source Volume Control) ..................................... 34
Audio operations
1. Using the Radio..........................................................................35
Listening to the Radio ......................................................................... 35
Tune a Desired Station. ....................................................................... 35
Manual Tuning ................................................................................... 35
Auto Tuning........................................................................................ 35
Selecting a Preset Channel ............................................................... 36
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Touching a Preset Switch .................................................................. 36
Selecting a Radio Band ....................................................................... 36
Saving a Station in Memory ................................................................ 36
Manual Saving ................................................................................... 36
Auto Station Memory (ASM) .............................................................. 37
Preset Scan .......................................................................................... 37
Displaying the information.................................................................. 37
2. Operating RDS (Radio Data system) ........................................38
Setting AF (Alternative Frequency)/REG (Regional)......................... 38
Setting TP (Traffic Program)/TA (Traffic Announcement) to receive
traffic information ................................................................................ 38
Receiving traffic information .............................................................. 39
Receiving traffic information when TP is set to ON............................ 39
Receiving traffic information when both TP and TA are set to ON .... 39
EON (Enhanced Other Network) system ........................................... 39
Reception of emergency broadcasts ................................................. 39
Volume control for traffic guidance ................................................... 40
Setting PTY (Program Type) ............................................................... 40
3. Using the CD Player...................................................................41
Listening To a CD ................................................................................ 41
Selecting a Desired Track ................................................................... 41
Fast Forward/Rewind........................................................................... 42
Finding a Desired Title ........................................................................ 42
Repeating the Same Track .................................................................. 42
Random Play ........................................................................................ 43
Displaying the song information on the sub-display ....................... 43
4. Using the MP3/WMA Player.......................................................44
Playing an MP3/WMA File ................................................................... 44
Selecting a Desired Folder .................................................................. 45
Selecting a Desired Music File ........................................................... 45
Fast Forward/Rewind........................................................................... 45
Returning To the Root Directly ........................................................... 45
Finding a Desired Music File .............................................................. 46
Repeating a Music File ........................................................................ 46
Random Play ........................................................................................ 47
Displaying the information on the sub-display ................................. 47
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Switching among CD-DA and MP3/WMA ........................................... 47
MP3/WMA.............................................................................................. 48
Playable MP3 File Standards............................................................. 48
Playable WMA File Standards ........................................................... 48
ID3/WMA Tags................................................................................... 49
Supported Media Types..................................................................... 49
Format of Discs.................................................................................. 49
File Names......................................................................................... 50
Multi-sessions .................................................................................... 50
Playing MP3/WMA ............................................................................. 51
MP3/WMA Playing Time Display ....................................................... 51
Creating and Playing MP3/WMA Files................................................ 51
Downloading From an MP3/WMA Music Site of Internet................... 51
Converting a Music CD into MP3/WMA Files .................................... 51
Writing files on a CD-R/RW ............................................................... 52
Playing a CD-R/RW having MP3/WMA files ...................................... 52
5. Using the USB Music File Player ..............................................53
Playing USB Music Files ..................................................................... 53
Fast Forward/Rewind........................................................................... 53
Selecting a Desired Music File ........................................................... 54
Finding a Desired Music File .............................................................. 54
Repeatedly Playing the Same Music File........................................... 55
Random Play of Music Files ............................................................... 55
About USB devices .............................................................................. 55
Playable USB Memory Standards ..................................................... 55
Playable MP3 File Standards............................................................. 55
ID3 Tags ............................................................................................ 55
Format of USB Memory ..................................................................... 56
Visual operations
1. Before Using the DVD Player ....................................................57
Advantages of Digital Versatile Disc (DVD)....................................... 57
Multi-Audio Function .......................................................................... 57
Multi-Angle Function .......................................................................... 57
Subtitle Display Function ................................................................... 57
Discs ..................................................................................................... 58
Types of Playable Discs..................................................................... 58
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Region Code of Playable Disc ........................................................... 58
Mark Indicated on Disc ...................................................................... 59
Disc Configuration.............................................................................. 59
Products equipped with Macrovision ................................................ 60
Operation Flow ..................................................................................... 60
2. Using the DVD Player ................................................................61
Watching a DVD Video ........................................................................ 61
Video Operations ................................................................................. 61
Playing a Video .................................................................................. 62
Fast Forward/Rewind......................................................................... 62
Pausing a Video................................................................................. 62
Stopping a Video................................................................................ 63
Disc Menu Operations ......................................................................... 63
Finding a Desired Video ...................................................................... 63
Finding by Chapter............................................................................. 63
Finding by Title Number..................................................................... 63
Finding by chapter number ................................................................ 64
Changing the Touch Switch Display .................................................. 64
Hiding the Touch Switch .................................................................... 64
Relocating the Touch Switch Display................................................. 65
Changing the Screen Display and Audio Mode ................................ 65
Changing the Angle ........................................................................... 65
Changing the Subtitle Language........................................................ 66
Changing the Audio Language .......................................................... 66
DVD Player Setting .............................................................................. 67
Specifying the Audio Language ......................................................... 67
Specifying the Subtitle Language ...................................................... 68
Specifying the Menu Language ......................................................... 69
Specifying the Parental Screening Level ........................................... 69
Switching the Video Output................................................................ 70
Language Code List............................................................................. 72
3. Using the VTR (optional) ...........................................................73
Switching the VTR Mode ON and OFF ............................................... 73
Playing the VTR.................................................................................... 74
Changing the VTR Setting Screen...................................................... 74
Turning Off the VTR ............................................................................. 74
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How to operate portable audio devices
1. Using the iPod Player (optional)...............................................75
Listening to the iPod ........................................................................... 75
Fast Forward/Rewind........................................................................... 76
Selecting the Desired Music or Video File......................................... 76
Finding a Desired Music File .............................................................. 76
Setting to the iPod Video Mode .......................................................... 77
Playing .................................................................................................. 78
Pausing ................................................................................................. 78
Repeatedly Playing the Same Music File........................................... 78
Random Play of Music Files ............................................................... 78
2. Using the AUX ............................................................................79
Switching the AUX Mode ON and OFF............................................... 79
Listening to the Portable Audio Player .............................................. 80
Others
1. About the Steering Wheel Switches.........................................81
Steering Wheel Switches Central ....................................................... 81
2. Rear View Camera Operations (optional) ................................83
Playing a Video through the Rear View Camera ............................... 84
When the Camera Is Set to MANUAL or AUTO ................................ 84
When the Camera Is Set to AUTO..................................................... 84
Reference
1. Troubleshoot ..............................................................................85
When You Think There Is a Malfunction ............................................ 85
2. Diagnostics.................................................................................87
If the Following Messages Appear ..................................................... 87
3. Specifications.............................................................................89
4. PND Charging Information ........................................................91
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BEFORE USE
Introduction
Thank you for your purchase of the Navigation System. Please read this manual
carefully to ensure proper use.
The Navigation System is one of the most technologically advanced vehicle accessories ever
developed. The system receives satellite signals from the Global Positioning System (GPS)
operated by the U.S. Department of Defense. Using these signals and other vehicle sensors,
the system indicates your present position and assists in locating a desired destination.
The navigation system is designed to select efficient routes from your present starting location
to your destination. The system is also designed to direct you to a destination that is unfamiliar
to you in an efficient manner. Map database is made based on TomTom maps, whose
information source comes from Tele Atlas maps. The calculated routes may not be the shortest
nor the least traffic congested. Your own personal local knowledge or “short cut” may at times
be faster than the calculated routes.
The system will provide both a visual map and audio instructions. The audio instructions will
announce the distance remaining and the direction to turn in, approaching an intersection.
These voice instructions will help you keep your eyes on the road and are timed to provide
enough time to allow you to maneuver, change lanes or slow down.
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Please be aware that all current vehicle navigation systems have certain limitations that
may affect their ability to perform properly. The accuracy of the vehicle’s position
depends on the satellite condition, road configuration, vehicle condition or other
circumstances.
© 2009 TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION
All rights reserved. This material may not be reproduced or copied, in whole or in part, whithout
the written permission of Toyota Motor Corporation.
© 2009 TOM TOM INTERNATIONAL B.V.
TomTom® and the “two hands” logo are among the trademarks or registered trademarks
owned by TomTom International B.V.
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Safety Instruction
To use this system in the safest possible
manner, follow all the safety tips shown
below.
This system is intended to assist in reaching
the destination and, if used properly, can do
so. The driver is solely responsible for the
safe operation of your vehicle and the safety
of your passengers.
Do not use any feature of this system to the
extent it becomes a distraction and prevents
safe driving. The first priority while driving
should always be the safe operation of the
vehicle. While driving, be sure to observe all
traffic regulations. Prior to the actual use of
this system, learn how to use it and become
thoroughly familiar with it. Read the entire
Navigation System Owner’s Manual to make
sure you understand the system. Do not
allow other people to use this system until
they have read and understood the
instructions in this manual.
For your safety, some functions may become
inoperable when driving. Unavailable touchscreen buttons are dimmed. Only when the
vehicle is not moving, can the destination and
route selection be done.
CAUTION
● For safety the driver should not operate
the navigation system while he/she is
driving. Insufficient attention to the road
and traffic may cause an accident.
● While driving, be sure to obey the traffic
regulations and maintain awareness of
the road conditions. If a traffic sign on
the road has been changed, route
guidance may provide wrong
information such as the direction of a
one way street.
While driving, listen to the voice instructions
as much as possible and glance at the screen
briefly and only when it is safe. However, do
not totally rely on voice guidance. Use it just
for reference. If the system cannot determine
the current vehicle position correctly, there is
a possibility of incorrect, late, or non-voice
guidance.
The data in the system may occasionally be
incomplete. Road conditions, including
driving restrictions (no left turns, street
closures, etc.) frequently change. Therefore,
before following any instruction from the
system, look to see whether the instruction
can be done safely and legally.
This system cannot warn about such things
as the safety of an area, condition of streets,
and availability of emergency services. If
unsure about the safety of an area, do not
drive into it. Under no circumstances is this
system a substitute for the driver’s
personal judgement.
Use this system only in locations where it is
legal to do so. Some countries/provinces may
have laws prohibiting the use of video and
navigation screens next to the driver.
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Warnings
■ Limitations
system
of
the
navigation
This navigation system calculates the current
vehicle position using satellite signals,
various vehicle signals, map data, etc.
However, the accurate position may not be
shown depending on the satellite condition,
road configuration, vehicle condition or other
circumstances.
The Global Positioning System (GPS)
developed and operated by the U.S.
Department of Defense provides an accurate
current vehicle position, normally using 4 or
more satellites, and in some cases 3
satellites. The GPS system has a certain
level of inaccuracy. While the navigation
system will compensate for this most of the
time, occasional positioning errors of up to
100 m (300 feet) can and should be
expected. Generally, position errors will be
corrected within a few seconds.
When your vehicle is receiving signals from
the satellites, the blocked bar marks appear
at the top left of the screen.
The GPS signal may be physically
obstructed, leading to inaccurate vehicle
position on the map display. Tunnels, tall
buildings, trucks, or even the placement of
objects on the instrument panel may obstruct
the GPS signals.
The GPS satellites may not send signals due
to repairs or improvements being made to
them.
Even when the navigation system is receiving
clear GPS signals, the vehicle position may
not be shown accurately or inappropriate
route guidance may occur in some cases.
NOTICE
The installation of window tinting may
obstruct the GPS signals. Most window
tinting contains some metallic content that
will interfere with GPS signal reception. We
advise against the use of window tinting on
vehicles equipped with navigation systems.
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Safety precautions
WARNING
● Do not modify this system for any uses other than that specified herein. Toyota 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.
● When the vehicle is in motion, never take your eyes off the road to make adjustments to the
main unit. You must pay attention to the road at all times to avoid accidents; do not let operation
or adjustment of the main unit distract you from operating the vehicle responsibly.
● The driver should not look at the screen while driving. Doing so may result in as accident.
● Do not place foreign objects in the disc insertion slot or USB input terminal. Fires 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 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 USB.
● 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.
● 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 USB input terminal.
Injuries 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.
● This 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 cosmetics appear broken, turn off the power to the main unit
and contact your dealer. If used in this condition, fires or shocks may result.
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● Using the vehicle speed pulse signal, you can use the route guidance function even in locations
where normally no guidance is given (e.g.: in a tunnel). However, the accuracy of the guidance
is not guaranteed since the guidance is performed using the information about road surface
conditions and vehicle speed.
● A “CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT” label is affixed to the top of this unit.
● In accordance with the European Directive 2002/96/EC (for Waste Electric and Electronic
Equipment=WEEE), this product, which is labeled with a crossed-out wheeled bin, may not be
disposed of with household waste in member states of the EU.
WEEE: Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
When disposing of this product in an EU member state, dispose of it properly in accordance
with the laws of that state, for example by returning it to the distributor.
WEEE has potential effects on the environment and human health as a result of the presence
of hazardous substances. You can help to eliminate these effects and to enhance reuse/
recycling/ other forms of recovery by your cooperation.
● 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.
● Condensation may accumulate on the lens, with the function requiring reading of CDs and
DVDs, immediately after turning ON the heater in cold temperatures. Wait approximately 1 hour
for the condensation to evaporate and for the device will operate normally.
Contact the authorized repairer 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 a 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.
➀ Corruption or loss of the data resulting from failure or incorrect operation of the unit, or any
problems associated with it, or due to the effects of electrical noise or other influences.
➁ Corruption of loss of the data resulting from misuse of the unit by the purchaser or a
third party.
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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.
Otherwise damage may result.
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● Do not leave the monitor in tilt position when you are not using
it.
Otherwise, it may be damaged.
● Do not insert any objects other than discs into the disc slot.
Otherwise damage may 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 from the main unit, remove it in the
horizontally level direction.
Do not pull them up or press down on them forcibly while
removing them.
Improper removal may result in the disc becoming scratched,
cause the receiver to emit unusual noises, or result in other
damage.
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Discs
ATTENTION
● In cold or rainy weather, just as the interior glass surface becomes fogged, dew (water
condensation) may also settle on the main unit. (Condensing) 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.
■ Format of 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 discs with the logo shown below 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.
● 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.
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● 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.
● Keep cracked or warped discs out of the player to avoid damaging the
main unit.
● 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 a 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, like heart-shaped cannot be
played. Do not attempt to play such discs even with an adapter.
Otherwise the player may be damaged.
■ 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. Those protectors are commercially
available and said to protect discs and to improve sound quality
(and antivibration effect), but they can do more harm than good
in regular uses. The most common problems are Insert/Eject
related problems and “No playback” problems due to the
protector ring that may have come off in the disc mechanism.
CD ring
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OPERATION
About This Receiver
Control Names and Operations
You can operate this receiver by pressing the panel buttons (panel switches) or by touching the
switches displayed on the screen (touch switches).
■ Panel Switches
Press each panel switch to operate it.
Microphone
Light sensor
Sub-display
PND display
Short press: Switches SOURCE.
1 [SRC] button
Long press (more than one second): Turns the audio mode OFF.
Long press (more than 5 seconds): Turns the power completely OFF.
2 [MUTE] button
Short press: Turns MUTE ON or OFF.
Long press: Turns the PND display OFF.
Short press: Switches the audio controls.
3 [CTRL] button
Long press: Switches to the Adjustment screen while in the video mode.
You can switch to the setting mode when PND is connected and PWR
switch is OFF.
4 [VOL] rotary knob
Adjusts volume.
5 [SCREEN AV/NAV] button
Short press: Switches between the NAVI screen and AV screen. Turns
the PND display ON when it is OFF.
Long press: Displays the CAMERA screen when a camera is connected.
6 [BAND] button (AF/REG)
Short press: Changes the band, or switches playback formats among
CD-DA and MP3 (WMA).
Long press: Changes the AF and REG settings.
[SELECT (Right/Left)]
7
button
Short press: Tunes radio stations, selects CD/MP3/WMA, iPod and USB
tracks, selects DVD chapters.
Long press: Tunes preset radio stations, fast forwards or rewinds CD/
MP3/WMA, iPod and USB tracks, or fast forwards or rewinds a DVD.
OPERATION
8
[SELECT (Upper/Lower)]
button
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Short press: Tunes radio stations by SEEK UP/DOWN. Selects folders
in CD (MP3/WMA).
Long press: Continues SEEK UP/DOWN of radio stations.
Long press of the DOWN button: Returns to the root directory in the
MP3/WMA.
Short press: Changes the TP and TA modes.
9 [TP] button (TEXT)
Long press: Changes titles or display details when the PND is attached.
The current setting mode is displayed when the PND is removed.
Short press: Ejects the disc or opens and closes the front panel.
10 [
(OPEN/EJECT)] button Long press: Tilts the front panel step by step or forcibly ejects the disc
when the front panel is open.
11 [Release] button
Removes the right side of the PND from the main unit.
Turning the POWER ON
or OFF
When the power is turned on, the state used
when the power was turned off such as CD
and tuner playback is restored. Follow Step 2
or Step 3 when turning off the power.
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● The power will go completely OFF.
Switching Between the
Audio and Navigation
Screen
WARNING
● When the main unit's power is turned on
for the first time or if the battery terminals
have been disconnected, e.g. for vehicle
maintenance, and the power is then turned
back on, the main unit will start up in the
FM mode. After this, the broadcast stations
will be searched for automatically (ASM Automatic Search Mode) and registered to
preset numbers [1] to [6].
IMPORTANT
When the audio source is turned off, the
navigation screen is displayed continuously
as long as it is selected.
1
When the power is OFF, press [SRC].
● The power will come ON.
2
When the power is ON, hold down the
[SRC] button for 1 or more seconds.
● All audio sources will be turned OFF.
When the power is ON, hold down the
[SRC] button for 5 or more seconds.
1
Each time you press the [SCREEN
AV/NAV] button, the display switches
between the AUDIO and
NAVIGATION screens.
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OPERATION
Turning the PND Display
ON and OFF
1
When the PND display is ON, hold
down the [MUTE] button for 1 or more
seconds.
● The PND display will go OFF.
2
When the PND display is OFF, press
the [SCREEN AV/NAV] button.
1
Press the [Release] button.
● The right-hand side of PND will be
unlatched from this receiver.
2
Remove the PND.
● Hold the PND on the right side, lift up and
pull it toward you to remove it.
● The PND display will come ON.
Detaching the PND
■ Using the PND
The navigation function can also be used
even if the PND is detached from the main
unit.
ATTENTION
For details on using PND, refer to the
operation manual of the PND.
■ How to Detach the PND from the
Main Unit
IMPORTANT
● When detaching the PND, take care NOT
to touch its rear side.
● After detaching the PND, mount the
connector cover to the PND rear side.
● Take care not to attach the PND to this
receiver without removing the connector
cover from the rear side.
● When attaching the PND, do not press the
monitor display.
● If the PND gets wet, do not attach it to the
main unit.
■ Attaching the PND
1
Latch the left-hand side of PND to this
receiver.
● Engage the catch at the left end of the
PND with the lock on the main unit.
2
Attach the PND to this receiver.
● Press the right-hand side of PND until it
clicks in position.
OPERATION
Using the Audio Cover
■ Using the Audio Cover
We recommend that you use the audio cover
for this receiver after removing the PND. The
audio cover is optional.
■ Fitting the Audio Cover
1
Mount the left end of audio cover on
this receiver.
● Engage the catch at the left end of the
Audio Cover with the lock on the main unit.
2
Mount the entire Audio Cover on this
receiver.
● Press the right-hand side of Audio Cover
so that it fits and clicks.
■ How to Detach the Audio Cover
from the Main Unit
1
Press the [Release] button.
● This removes the right edge of the audio
cover from the main unit.
2
Remove the audio cover.
● Hold the audio cover on the right side, lift it
up and pull it toward you to remove it.
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Hands-Free Microphone
and Light Sensor
The PND is equipped with a built-in handsfree microphone and a light sensor. For
details on how to use the hands-free call
function or configure light sensor settings,
refer to the operation manual of the PND.
IMPORTANT
● Pressing a sharp object against the handsfree microphone or the light sensor may
damage them.
● If you are hard to hear the voice during
hands-free calling, adjust the front panel
tilting angle and try to direct the
microphone toward you.
Light sensor
Built-in hands-free microphone
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OPERATION
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 insert a disc through the upper gap
when the display is tilted. Otherwise the
disc or this receiver may be scratched or
damaged.
1
Hold down the [ (OPEN/EJECT)]
button for 1 or more seconds.
● You can change the tilt angle in one step
each time you press the button.
● The angle can be changed in 5°, and can
be tilted up to 30°.
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.
Loading/Unloading a
Disc
If you want to listen to music, insert a music
CD into the drive slot. Likewise, insert a DVD
disc if you want to play DVD.
OPERATION
■ Loading Steps
CAUTION
● Do not place a cup or can on the display
while the display is opened. Doing so may
damage the display.
● Do not press the [
(OPEN/EJECT)]
button while inserting a disc into the slot.
IMPORTANT
This receiver can play 8cm CDs and 8cm
DVDs. To avoid disc problems, insert a disc
without using an adapter.
1
Press the [
(OPEN/EJECT)] button.
● The display will open and the disc insertion
slot will open.
2
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Insert a disc into the slot.
● The display will close automatically when
the disc is inserted.
● Hold a disc 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 a CD is inserted into the slot, the
music CD or MP3/WMA will start playing.
CD, MP3/WMA, DVD
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OPERATION
■ CD/DVD unloading steps
IMPORTANT
● Take care NOT to close the display when
the ejected disc remains in the slot.
Otherwise, this receiver or the disc may be
scratched.
● Do not attempt to close the display by
hand. Doing so may damage the display.
● Wipe and clean the display immediately if
juice or another type of liquid spills onto it.
If it is not cleaned, the display may be
damaged.
● To protect the display from heat and dusts,
keep the display closed except when you
load or unload a disc.
● If the disc does not eject (for example, if it
is jammed), hold down the [
(OPEN/
EJECT)] button for more than 5 seconds.
1
Press the [
(OPEN/EJECT)] button.
● This opens the display and ejects the disc.
2
After the disc has been ejected, press
the [ (OPEN/EJECT)] button.
OPERATION
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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
OFF
(LOCK)
ACC/ON With
parking brake
set
Audio function
×
c
Video function
×
c
ACC/ON With parking
brake released
Display opened
Some functions are
inoperable for safety
reasons.
×
For your safety, only
voice guidance and
×
music play are active.*
* DVD, iPod-video or VTR images will NOT be displayed while driving.
Voice guidance
continues.
Voice guidance
continues.
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OPERATION
Setup of This Receiver
Setup of This Receiver
You can select the guide tone, illumination
and other useful functions of this receiver.
Main Unit Settings
■ Enable guide tone
Turn the “Guide tone” ON or OFF. If turned
ON, a guidance tone can be heard when you
operate a button.
1
Touch Enable guide tone
1
Hold down the [SRC] button for 1 or
more seconds to turn the audio mode
OFF.
2
Press the [SCREEN AV/NAV] button
to call the Audio screen.
2
Touch Next .
3
Hold down the [CTRL] button for 1 or
more seconds.
3
Touch Done .
.
● It turns ON and OFF each time you touch
Enable guide tone .
ATTENTION
The guide tone will only be output when the
audio (other than that of an iPod/USB) is
operated.
■ Enable AUX
Turn the “AUX setting” ON or OFF. If it is ON,
you can select the AUX input.
1
Touch Enable AUX
.
● It turns ON and OFF each time you touch
Enable AUX .
2
Touch Next .
3
Touch Done .
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OPERATION
■ Enable VTR
■ Link night view to headlights
Turn the VTR ON or OFF. If it is ON, you can
select the VTR input.
If “Enabled”, the PND display is switched to
the night view mode when you turn on the car
lighting.
1
Touch Enable VTR
.
● It turns ON and OFF each time you touch
Enable VTR .
2
Touch Next .
3
Touch Done .
■ Dim sub-display
If “Enabled”, the sub-display brightness
changes when you turn the car lights (side
marker light, tail light, and license plate light)
ON.
1
Touch Dim sub-display
.
● It turns ON and OFF each time you touch
Dim sub-display .
2
Touch Next .
3
Touch Done .
1
Touch
Link night view to headlight
.
● It turns ON and OFF each time you touch
Link night view to headlight .
2
Touch Next .
3
Touch Done .
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OPERATION
■ Illumination
■ Camera setting
The illumination colors can be switched.
Set the camera to the AUTO or MANUAL
operation mode.
1
Touch Next .
2
Touch Change .
● The illumination color is switched between
Green and Orange each time you touch
Change .
3
Touch Done .
■ Voice guidance
Select the Right or Left navigation voice
channel.
1
Touch Next .
2
Touch Change .
● The Right and Left navigation voice
channels are switched each time you
touch Change .
3
Touch Done .
In the AUTO mode, camera view is displayed
on the PND when you shift the lever to
reverse position or when you long press the
[SCREEN AV/NAV] button. In the manual
mode, camera view is displayed when you
long press the [SCREEN AV/NAV] button.
1
Touch Next .
2
Touch Change .
● The AUTO and MANUAL operations are
switched each time you touch Change .
3
Touch Done .
Screen Adjustment and
Setting
When you have stopped the car, you can
switch from DVD, VTR or iPod-video image
to the Adjustment screen and you can adjust
the display contrast and brightness.
OPERATION
Picture Quality
Adjustment
1
Hold down the [CTRL] button during
DVD or VTR image display.
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■ Color
1
Touch
2
Adjust the color of image by sliding
from the left end position (0%) to
the right end position (100%).
.
ATTENTION
If no adjustments are made for 6 seconds, the
image quality adjustment screen will be
canceled.
■ Contrast
1
Adjust the contract of image by sliding
from the left end position (0%) to
the right end position (100%).
■ Brightness
1
Adjust the brightness of image by
sliding
from the left end position
(0%) to the right end position (100%).
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OPERATION
Switching the Wide
Screen Mode
CHECK
You can switch the screen mode from the
DVD, iPod-video or VTR setting screen.
1
Touch 16:9 , 4:3 or Zoom .
● You can display the switch as follows.
DVD:
● 16:9 mode
The screen with the 9 (vertical) by 16
(horizontal) aspect ratio (normal TV screen
size) is uniformly expanded in the left and
right directions.
Touch Next on the operation screen, and
touch Display .
iPod-video/VTR:
Touch Display on the operation screen.
● Zoom mode
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.
ATTENTION
● 4:3 mode
The screen is shown with the 3 (vertical) by 4
(horizontal) aspect ratio (normal TV screen
size) and side edges are black.
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.
OPERATION
Switching the Audio Source
Switching the audio
source
1
Press the [SRC] button.
● The audio source is switched as follows
each time you press the [SRC] button.
FM/AM J DISC (DVD or CD)*1 J
USB*2*3 J AUX*4 J iPod*2*3 J VTR*5
J FM/AM J ...
*1
You cannot select it if no disc is loaded.
*2
Cannot be selected if the corresponding device is not connected to the main
unit.
*3
If the PND is not connected to the main
unit, you cannot select the USB mode
or iPod mode.
*4
Cannot be selected if the AUX setting is
set to OFF
*5
Cannot be selected when the VTR setting is set to OFF.
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OPERATION
Volume Control
Adjusting the volume
1
Turn the [VOL] rotary knob.
● Turn to the right to increase the volume.
Turn to the left to decrease the volume.
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. For volume control,
see “Adjusting the SVC (Source Volume
Control)” on page 34.
Muting the Volume
1
Press the [MUTE] button.
● The sound is muted.
● Press the [MUTE] button again to return to
the previous sound level.
● To cancel muting, just increase the
volume. The volume will increase (for the
steps you selected) from the previous level
before muting.
● The navigation voice guidance can be
heard even when you have muted the
audio system.
OPERATION
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Adjusting the sound quality
You can fine-tune the audio sound in the audio control mode.
Switching Audio Control
Modes
■ Adjusting the TREBLE
IMPORTANT
● To the right:
Emphasizes high sounds.
● The audio control mode is canceled if you
press no button more than 6 seconds.
● You can check your settings on the PND
screen when it is attached. When
detached, you can check the settings on
the sub-display.
1
The Audio Control mode is switched in
the following sequence each time you
press the [CTRL] button.
BASS J MID J TREB J BAL J FAD J
LOUD J SVC ...
2
You can adjust the level in each mode
by rotating the [VOL] knob.
■ Adjusting the BASS
You can adjust the bass (low sounds).
● To the right:
Emphasizes low sounds.
To the left:
Softens low sounds.
You can adjust the treble (high sounds).
To the left:
Softens high sounds.
■ Balancing the Right and Left
Speakers (BALANCE)
You can adjust the balance of right and left
speakers.
● To the right:
Emphasizes right speakers.
To the left:
Emphasizes left speakers.
■ Balancing the Front and Rear
Speakers (FADER)
You can adjust the balance (fading) of front
and rear speakers.
● To the right:
Emphasizes front speakers.
To the left:
Emphasizes rear speakers.
■ Adjusting the MIDDLE
You can adjust the mid-range sounds.
● To the right:
Emphasizes mid range sounds.
To the left:
Softens mid range sounds.
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OPERATION
■ Setting the
(LOUDNESS)
loudness
mode
Accentuate low and high frequencies when
the volume is low.
When loudness is ON, the apparent
deficiency in the high sounds is compensated
for.
● To the right:
Turns ON.
To the left:
Turns OFF.
■ Adjusting the
Volume Control)
SVC
(Source
In this mode you can set the volume level for
each audio source, taking the FM radio
volume level as the reference level.
(The volume level of the audio source you are
currently listening to is adjusted.)
IMPORTANT
If the DVD sound level is too low, adjust the
SVC for it.
● To the right:
Increases the sound level of current audio
source.
To the left:
Decreases the sound level of current audio
source.
AUDIO OPERATIONS
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Using the Radio
SRC
BAND selection Button
Tune up/down (Manual tuning) Button
Seek up/down (Auto tuning) Button
Listening to the Radio
1
Press the [SRC] button repeatedly
until “FM” or “AM” is displayed on the
sub-display.
Tune a Desired Station.
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 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.
■ Manual Tuning
1
Press the [SELECT (Right)] or
[SELECT (Left)] button.
● To the right:
Tunes up for one step.
To the left:
Tunes down for one step.
One step (AM):
9 kHz
One step (FM):
0.05 MHz
■ Auto Tuning
1
Press the [SELECT (Up)] or [SELECT
(Down)] button.
● 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
Saving a Station in
Memory
ATTENTION
Auto tuning may fail if the received signal is
weak.
■ Selecting a Preset Channel
1
Hold down the [SELECT (Right)] or
[SELECT (Left)] button for 1 or more
seconds.
● To the right:
Switches to the next larger preset channel.
To the left:
Switches to the next smaller preset
channel.
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 the preset switch of station you
wish to save until a beep sounds.
■ Touching a Preset Switch
1
Touch a preset switch of memory.
● The selected station will be saved, and the
preset channel number or PS name will be
shown on the display.
To manually set additional selected
stations for the remaining preset channels,
repeat this procedure for each channel.
● The registered preset channel will be
selected and the corresponding station will
be received.
Selecting a Radio Band
1
Press the [BAND] button.
● The receiver band is switched as follows
each time you press the [BAND] button.
FM1 J FM2 J FM3 J AM J FM1 J ...
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 by
touching a preset switch and the station
can be received.
IMPORTANT
● The correct displaying of the station
name depends entirely on the FM
broadcast station.
AUDIO OPERATIONS
Preset Scan
■ Auto Station Memory (ASM)
IMPORTANT
● You can select a station by simply touching
a preset switch (any of [1] to [6]).
The frequency of the selected station or
broadcasted station name is displayed on
the preset switch.
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This function enables reception of all the
stations in the preset switches to be played
for five seconds each.
1
Touch Preferences .
2
Touch Preset SCAN .
● When you save a new station in memory,
the existing station is cleared instead.
● If you can tune less than six stations, the
remaining stations are kept in memory.
1
2
Touch Preferences .
Touch ASM .
● The automatic station selection will start
with a beep sound. A search will be
conducted from the lowest frequency
through progressively higher frequencies
and stations with 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.
To stop ASM, touch Stop ASM .
● The stations of preset switches P1 to P6
will be scanned sequentially. Each station
is tuned for five seconds.
To cancel the preset scan, touch
Stop SCAN .
Displaying the
information
If the PND is attached, you can display the
current frequency or RDS status (indicator)
on the LCD panel.
1
Hold down the [TP/TEXT] button for 1
or more seconds.
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AUDIO OPERATIONS
Operating RDS (Radio Data system)
The RDS (Radio Data System) can receive signals such as traffic information via FM radio
waves. In addition, if signal reception becomes poor, the system can automatically switch to
another station with good reception so that the user can listen to the same program
continuously. A radio text of the currently tuned station is displayed.
TP/TA setting button
VOL rotary knob
AF/REG setting button
Setting AF (Alternative
Frequency)/REG
(Regional)
“REG” lights up on the PND display.
● You can also check these status indicators
on the sub-display even when you have
detached the PND.
When AF function is ON, the unit
automatically switches to the frequency
where the reception status of the station you
are currently listening to becomes the best.
By default, the AF function is ON.
Depending on the area, some stations may
broadcast different programs using different
frequencies.
When the REG function is ON, you can
continue to listen to the same program.
1
Hold down the [BAND] button for 1 or
more seconds.
● Each time you press the [BAND] button,
the settings will switch as shown below.
AF-ON/REG-OFF J AF-ON/REG-ON J
AF-OFF/REG-OFF J AF-ON/REG-OFF ...
● When the AF function is ON:
“AF” lights up on the PND display.
● When the REG function is ON:
Setting TP (Traffic
Program)/TA (Traffic
Announcement) to
receive traffic
information
With the TP/TA function, you can receive the
Traffic Information manually or automatically.
1
Press the [TP/TEXT] button.
● Each time you press the [TP/TEXT] button,
the settings will switch as shown below.
● In FM radio mode:
TP OFF/TA OFF J TP ON/TA OFF J TP
ON/TA ON J TP OFF/TA OFF ...
● Other than in AM/FM radio mode:
TP OFF/TA OFF J TP ON/TA ON J TP
OFF/TA OFF ...
AUDIO OPERATIONS
Receiving traffic
information
When TP or both TP and TA are set to ON,
traffic information is received as follows:
■ Receiving traffic information
when TP is set to ON
Set TP to ON, and “TP” is displayed. If there
is an available TP station in the AF list, the TP
station is tuned in. If a TP station cannot be
tuned in, the “TP” display will flash. When this
happens, press the [Seek (Up/Down)] button
to tune a TP station.
If signal reception becomes poor after a TP
station has been received, press the [Seek
(Up/Down) ] button to select a TP station with
favorable reception.
If no TP station can be tuned in, “NOTHING”
appears, and the original FM broadcast is
received.
“TP SEEK” continues on the display when a
TP station is being searched.
■ Receiving traffic information
when both TP and TA are set to
ON
[When the AUDIO SOURCE is FM radio]
Set TP and TA to ON, and “TA” is displayed.
If there is an available TP station in the AF
list, the TP station is tuned in. If a TP station
cannot be tuned in, the “TA” display will flash
and the automatic TP station search begins.
“TP SEEK” is displayed while a TP station is
being selected.
If no TP station can be tuned in, “NOTHING”
appears, and the original FM broadcast is
received.
The sound is muted until a TP station is tuned
and the traffic information is displayed.
[When the AUDIO SOURCE is something
other than AM/FM radio]
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“TA” is displayed. If there is an available TP
station in the AF list, the TP station is tuned
in. If its tuning fails, another TP station is
searched
automatically.
When
TA
information is received, the current audio
playback is stopped and automatically
switched to output traffic information. While
TA information is being received, the system
switches to traffic information interrupt mode.
● If you have selected a non-radio mode
source, you can check if the TA is turned
ON or OFF on the sub-display by pressing
the [TP/TEXT] button for 1 or more
seconds.
EON (Enhanced Other
Network) system
If the current TP station is not broadcasting
traffic information or if the signal becomes
weak when TP or TA is set to ON, the system
will automatically search another suitable TP
station that is broadcasting traffic information.
“EON” is displayed while this function is
operating.
When the current traffic information
broadcast is finished, the system returns to
its previous TP station.
Reception of emergency
broadcasts
If a PTY31 (emergency broadcast) is
received, “ALARM” appears and PTY31
(emergency broadcasting) begins. If FM
radio is not selected, all operations other than
switching the SOURCE and switching the
radio band become disabled.
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AUDIO OPERATIONS
Volume control for traffic
guidance
2
Touch Select PTY .
The volume for TA and PTY31 (emergency
broadcasts) can be adjusted.
1
Turn the [VOL] rotary knob while TA or
PTY31 is being received.
● The volume level can be adjusted from 0 to
80.
Turn to the right: Volume UP (louder)
Turn to the left: Volume DOWN (quieter)
● The adjusted volume level is recorded,
and the volume output is adjusted to that
level the next time a TA or PTY31
broadcast is received. A volume level of
between 40 and 65 will be memorized for
TA.
Setting PTY (Program
Type)
With RDS stations, the name of
broadcasting program service (PS)
program type information (PTY)
transmitted and can be displayed on
unit's sub display.
1
Touch Show PTY on the FM
operation screen.
● Each time you touch Select PTY , the
genre will be switched in the order shown
below.
NO-PTY J NEWS J SPORTS J TALK J
POP J CLASSICS J ...
● When the genre is set to TALK, the
switching order starts from TALK.
● If the station does not support program
types, “NO-PTY” is displayed.
3
the
and
are
the
While the selected PTY is displayed,
press and hold the [Seek (Up/Down)]
button until you hear a beep.
● The device will begin searching for a
station that is broadcasting a program
matching the selected PTY.
● When no matching programming can be
found, “NOTHING” is displayed.
AUDIO OPERATIONS
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Using the CD Player
SRC
Song information switching button
Track selection (start point) / Fast-forward (rewind) button
Listening To a CD
Insert a CD into the disc slot, and it will start
playing.
1
● The disc starts to play.
CAUTION
● Do not press the [
(OPEN/EJECT)]
button when you are inserting a CD into
disc slot. This may cause a personal injury
and damage to the front panel.
● Do not drive your car while the front panel
of this receiver is kept open. The panel
may cause unexpected 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.
IMPORTANT
Playback may be intermittent when there is a
scratch on a CD or when the recorded side is
dirty.
Press the [SRC] button repeatedly
until “CD” is displayed on the subdisplay.
ATTENTION
● If track tiles and other data are recorded in
the CD-Text, you can display them.
● Note that the CD-Text of a CD-R/RW disc
may not be displayed.
Selecting a Desired Track
You can cue a desired track.
1
Press the [SELECT (Right)] or
[SELECT (Left)] button.
● 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.
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AUDIO OPERATIONS
Fast Forward/Rewind
Repeating the Same
Track
You can fast forward or rewind the track
currently being played.
1
Hold down the [SELECT (Right)] or
[SELECT (Left)] button for 1 or more
seconds.
1
Touch Preferences .
2
Touch Repeat song
● To the right:
Fast forwards a track.
To the left:
Rewinds a track.
When a beep sounds, the fast forward (or
rewind) mode starts and the song is fast
forwarded (or rewound) until you remove
your finger from the switch.
.
Finding a Desired Title
1
Touch SCAN .
● The track repeats to play.
● When you touch Repeat song , the
track repeats to play until you cancel it.
Touch Repeat song
again to cancel
the repeat play.
● The main unit will play the first 10 seconds
of each track. When you touch
Stop SCAN , the current track is
continued to play.
AUDIO OPERATIONS
Random Play
1
Touch Preferences .
2
Touch Random songs
.
● All titles of the CD are played in random
order.
● When you touch Random songs , the
random play continues until you cancel it.
When you touch Random songs
again, the random play is canceled.
Displaying the song
information on the subdisplay
The current track number and the elapsed
time can be shown on the sub-display.
1
Hold down the [TP/TEXT] button for 1
or more seconds.
● The display changes as follows each time
you press the [TP/TEXT] button.
Track No. J Elapsed time J Track No. J
...
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AUDIO OPERATIONS
Using the MP3/WMA Player
SRC
Song information switching button
Track selection (start point) /
Fast-forward (rewind) / File selection button
Folder selection Button
Playing an MP3/WMA File
When you insert a CD-R/RW disc having an
MP3/WMA file into disc slot, the file is played.
CAUTION
● Do not press the [
(OPEN/EJECT)]
button when you are inserting the disc into
disc slot. This may cause a personal injury
and damage to the front panel.
● Do not drive your car while the front panel
of this receiver is kept open. The panel
may cause unexpected 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.
● 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, the very large noise is
output and speakers may be damaged.
Take care not to assign the “.mp3” and
“.wma” extensions to non-MP3/WMA files.
IMPORTANT
● Playback may be intermittent when there is
a scratch on a disc or when the recorded
side is dirty.
● This receiver has the folder or file selection
function.
1
Press the [SRC] button repeatedly
until “CD” is displayed while a CD-R/
RW disc is in the drive slot.
● The disc starts to play.
● The files are usually played in the following
sequence: J J J J J J
“[MP3/WMA configuration example]” on
page 50.
● If multiple MP3/WMA files and folders
locates in the same hierarchy, they are
played in the ascending order of file and
folder names.
● If you try to create a non-MP3/WMA format
file, “NO SUPPORT” warning is displayed.
AUDIO OPERATIONS
Selecting a Desired
Folder
Fast Forward/Rewind
You can select a desired folder from the disc.
1
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Press the [SELECT (Up)] or [SELECT
(Down)] button.
● Up: Goes to the next higher folder and
plays the first track of this folder.
Down: Goes to the next lower folder and
plays the first track of this folder.
You can fast forward or rewind the currently
playing track.
1
Hold down the [SELECT (Right)] or
[SELECT (Left)] button for 1 or more
seconds.
● To the right:
Fast forwards a track.
To the left:
Rewinds a track.
Selecting a Desired
Music File
You can select a desired music file from the
folder.
When a beep sounds, the fast forward (or
rewind) mode starts and the track is fast
forwarded (or rewound) until you remove
your finger from the switch.
Returning To the Root
Directly
IMPORTANT
If music data (CD-DA) and MP3/WMA data
are mixed on the same disc, you can switch
the playback file format by pressing the
[BAND] button.
You can return to the root directory and play
its file.
IMPORTANT
1
Press the [SELECT (Right)] or
[SELECT (Left)] button.
● Right: Advances to the next file.
Left (Press once.): Returns
beginning of the playing file.
If no file is found in the root directory, a file in
the first folder is played.
to
the
Left (Press twice or more.): Returns to
previous files.
1
Hold down the [SELECT (Down)]
button for 1 or more seconds.
● You can return to the root directory and
play its file.
● For an MP3/WMA file creation example,
see “[MP3/WMA configuration example]”
on page 50.
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AUDIO OPERATIONS
Finding a Desired Music
File
Repeating a Music File
IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT
● To continue playing a desired track or file,
turn the Scan function OFF.
● The entire disc is scanned once, and the
normal play starts from the position where
you started to scan.
● When you select “Playing the Start of
Tracks/Files”, “Repeated Playing”, or
“Playing the Tracks/Files in Random
Order”, its function is shown as “SCAN”,
“ALL”, “RPT”, or “RAND” on the display.
1
2
When you select “Playing the Start of Tracks/
Files”, “Repeated Playing”, or “Playing the
Tracks/Files in Random Order”, its function
is shown as “SCAN”, “ALL”, “RPT”, or
“RAND” on the display.
1
Touch Preferences .
2
Touch Repeat □ .
3
Touch Current song
Current folder .
Touch SCAN .
Touch Current folder
or
First song of each folder ○ .
or
● Touch Cancel to return to the previous
page.
● Current folder: Plays the first 10 seconds
of each track contained in the same folder
layer.
First song of each folder: Plays the first 10
seconds of track in each folder.
When you touch Stop SCAN , the current
track is continued to play.
● Current song: Repeats the current file.
Current folder: Repeats files of the current
folder.
Repeat
● Touch
repeating.
again
to
cancel
AUDIO OPERATIONS
Random Play
IMPORTANT
When you select “Playing the Start of Tracks/
Files”, “Repeated Playing”, or “Playing the
Tracks/Files in Random Order”, its function
is shown as “SCAN”, “ALL”, “RPT”, or
“RAND” on the display.
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● Current folder: Plays files in random order
contained in the same layer of the current
folder.
All songs: Plays files of all folders in
random order.
When you touch Random □ , the
random play continues until you cancel it.
When you touch Random
again, the
random play is canceled.
If you touch Repeat □ during random
play, the current track is repeated. When
you touch Repeat
again, random play
restarts.
Touch Preferences .
Displaying the
information on the subdisplay
2
The current track number and the elapsed
time can be shown on the sub-display.
Touch Random □ .
1
Hold down the [TP/TEXT] button for 1
or more seconds.
● The display changes as follows each time
you press the [TP/TEXT] button.
File No. J Elapsed time J File No. J ...
3
Touch Current folder
All songs .
Switching among CD-DA
and MP3/WMA
or
If a disc contains sound data (CD-DA) and
MP3/WMA music files, you can switch among
them.
1
Press the [BAND] button.
● The display changes as follows each time
you press the [BAND] button.
CD-DA J MP3(WMA) J CD-DA J ...
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AUDIO OPERATIONS
MP3/WMA
MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer 3) is a standard format for audio compression technology. By using
MP3, a file can be compressed to one-tenth the size of the original.
WMA (Windows Media™ Audio) is the Microsoft's voice compression technology. WMA files
can be compressed to a size smaller than MP3 files.
This receiver accepts certain MP3/WMA file standards, recorded media and formats. Use the
following notes when you write MP3/WMA files on a disc.
■ Playable 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 (K bps)
* Supports VBR.
* Does not support free format.
* The MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 standards define different bit rates.
● Supported channel modes:
Stereo, Joint Stereo, Dual channels, Monaural
■ Playable 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)
* Supports VBR. (5 to 320K bps)
* Does not support lossless compression.
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■ ID3/WMA Tags
You can store ID3/WMA tag character information such as track titles and artist names in an
MP3 and a WMA file.
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, their display may be unreadable.
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.
■ 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.
■ Format of Discs
You can use the following format discs on the player.
● CD-ROM formats:
CD-ROM Mode 1, CD-ROM XA Mode 2 (Form 1)
● File formats:
ISO 9660 Level 1 or Level 2 (for both CD and DVD discs)
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.
● Maximum directory layers:
8 layers
● Maximum 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 (_)
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AUDIO OPERATIONS
● 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 files
[MP3/WMA configuration example]
Folder
1
Root directory (
)
MP3/WMA audio file or text file
2
1
2
3
A total of 256 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
■ 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, the very large noise is output and speakers may be
damaged. Do not save a non-MP3/WMA file with the “mp3” or “wma” extension.
■ Multi-sessions
Multisessions 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.
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■ 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 had been playing continues to play.
To quickly check files, we recommend that you do not save non-MP3/WMA files and not to
create unnecessary folders on the disc.
Also, we recommend you to write the entire data in a single session as the system takes a
longer time to read the CD control information of a multi-session disc.
■ 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 an MP3/WMA Music Site of Internet
You can find various types of MP3/WMA music distribution sites including online shopping, trial
listening, and free downloading sites on the Internet. You can download music files from those
sites by following their payment and other downloading rules.
■ Converting a Music CD into MP3/WMA Files
Prepare a PC and a market-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 12cm music CD (having a maximum of 74 minutes of recording/650MB of data) can
be compressed to 65MB (about 1/10 of the original size).
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AUDIO OPERATIONS
■ Writing files on a CD-R/RW
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 a CD-R/RW having MP3/WMA files
When you insert a CD into the slot, the receiver determines it as a music CD or a CD-R/RW
disc having MP3/WMA files. Also, when you insert a DVD into the slot, the receiver determines
it as a DVD video. The receiver selects the correct source mode based on the disc contents,
and starts to play the disc. If you insert a disc that contains the mixed music CD data (CDDA),
and MP3/WMA files, the source mode is switched in the order of CDDA, and MP3/WMA files
and they are played in this order. To switch the current mode, just press the [BAND] button.
CAUTION
● The 128K bps fixed bit rate and 44.1-kHz sampling frequency are recommended to use to have
a high quality of playback sound.
● Note that some CD-R and CD-RW discs may not be read due to their characteristics.
● Because there are many types of MP3/WMA encoding software available, including
commercial and freeware programs, audio quality may deteriorate, noise may be generated
when playing starts and some recordings may not play, depending on the condition of the
encoder and the file format.
● 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.
AUDIO OPERATIONS
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Using the USB Music File Player
This receiver can play a music file stored in a USB memory. This receiver can play MP3 files
only.
IMPORTANT
You can play a music file of USB memory only when the PND is attached to this receiver.
SRC
Track selection / Fast-forward (rewind) button
Playing USB Music Files
2
CAUTION
● After connecting the USB memory (while a
message “Don't remove the storage
device until scanning is finished” is
displayed), do not turn off the power or
remove the PND/USB memory. Before
removing the USB memory, switch the
display to the audio screen and touch
.
IMPORTANT
When a USB memory device is attached, the
receiver may take a time to scan and read
the file tag information. To shorten this scan
time, try to store only MP3 files in the USB
memory and to reduce the number of folders
in the USB memory.
1
Connect the USB memory to the USB
connector.
Press the [SRC] button repeatedly
until “USB” is displayed on the subdisplay.
● Playback will begin.
Fast Forward/Rewind
It is possible to fast forward/rewind the track
currently being played.
1
Hold down the [SELECT (Right)] or
[SELECT (Left)] button for 1 or more
seconds.
● To the right:
Fast forwards a track.
To the left:
Rewinds a track.
This switches to the fast forward or rewind
mode, and continues fast forwarding or
rewinding until you remove your finger
from the button.
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AUDIO OPERATIONS
Selecting a Desired
Music File
You can select a track you want to play.
1
Press the [SELECT (Right)] or
[SELECT (Left)] button.
2
To select a track to play, touch
Playlist , Artist , Album , Song ,
or Genre .
● This displays the list screen of the selected
mode.
● To the right:
Advances to the next file.
● To the left:
Returns to the previous file.
● The selected track (file) will be played.
Finding a Desired Music
File
CAUTION
● Despite a CD-ROM disc, a folder selection
by audio buttons is not supported in the
USB mode.
3
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 can search for a file or artist name by
touching Find .
● Before disconnecting the USB memory
from this receiver, always switch the
display to the audio mode screen and
touch
. Loss of data may result if this
procedure is not followed.
● If you disconnect the USB memory or the
PND from this receiver when a music file of
USB memory is being played, the receiver
returns to the previous operation mode.
● For your safety you are advised not to
operate the
,
, and Find
buttons when your car is running.
1
Touch Select .
● You can search for a music file by entering
alphanumeric characters.
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Repeatedly Playing the
Same Music File
● Compatibility:
USB 1.0/1.1 (The MAX transfer rate is 12M
bps for USB1.1.)
1
Touch Preferences .
● Mass memory support:
USB mass storage (such as an externally
attached HDD) is not supported.
2
Touch Repeat song
■ Playable MP3 File Standards
.
● This repeatedly plays the currently played
music file.
● Once you touch Repeat song , the
selected music file will be repeated until
the repeat function is released. Touch
Repeat song
again to cancel the
repeat play.
Random Play of Music
Files
1
Touch Preferences .
2
Touch Shuffle songs
.
About USB devices
■ Playable USB Memory Standards
● Supported file format:
FAT 16/32
● Supported audio format:
MP3
● Maximum current:
500mA
● Supported sampling frequencies:
MPEG-1: 32, 44.1, 48
MPEG-2: 16, 22.05, 24
MPEG-2.5: 8, 11.025, 12
● Supported bit rates:
8 to 320K bps
* Supported VBR (64 to 320K bps)
* Does not support free format.
● Supported channel modes:
Monaural, Stereo, Joint Stereo, DualChannel
● Once you touch Shuffle songs , the
random play continues until you cancel it.
Touch Shuffle songs
again to cancel
the random play.
● Supported USB devices:
Max storage size: 4 GB
● Supported standards:
MPEG-1, MPEG-2, and MPEG-2.5
■ ID3 Tags
MP3 files have an “ID3 Tag” that allows input
of information 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.
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AUDIO OPERATIONS
■ Format of USB Memory
The following explains the definitions of these standards.
● Maximum directory layers:
8 layers
● Maximum 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 (_)
● Max number of files that can be stored in a single memory:
2000 files
001.mp3
002.mp3
003.mp3
004.txt
005.mp3
1498.mp3
1499.mp3
2000.mp3
A total of 2000 files can be created within
a single USB memory.
Files aside from MP3 files (Example: 004.txt)
are included in the 2000 files.
VISUAL OPERATIONS
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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.
* 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.
■ 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.
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VISUAL OPERATIONS
Discs
■ Types of Playable Discs
This equipment conforms to PAL color television methods, so please use discs that display
“PAL” on the disc or package. This equipment cannot play discs using color television methods
other than PAL (such as NTSC, SECAN).
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
(region code), which is indicated on some DVDs, represents areas they can be played in.
This receiver cannot play discs that do not have “2” or “ALL” indicated on this mark. If you
attempt to play such a disc, the message “you cannot play this disc.” 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
Description
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.
● “ALL” indicates that the disc can be played anywhere in the world,
and the number indicates a region code. “2” is the region code for
Europe.
■ 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
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter number
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VISUAL OPERATIONS
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 player operation screen
Menu operation screen
Touch the screen
Done
Back
Next
Number
Back
Menu number search screen
Search
Done
Set up
Done
Title screen
Back
Back
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Using the DVD Player
IMPORTANT
To ensure driving safety, you cannot watch a video while driving.
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.)
SRC
Chapter selection / Fast-forward (rewind) button
Watching a DVD Video
Insert a DVD into the disc slot, and it will start
playing.
1
Press the [SRC] button repeatedly
until “DVD” is displayed on the subdisplay.
● 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 or the PND is not
installed, a DVD is automatically played on
the rear monitor after 5 seconds has
elapsed in the DVD mode.
Video Operations
IMPORTANT
● The touch buttons 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 “Disc Menu
Operations” on page 63
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VISUAL OPERATIONS
■ Playing a Video
1
Touch
.
Fast Forwarding or Rewinding Using
Touch Switches
1
Hold down
seconds.
or
for 1 or more
● 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.
■ 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 the [SELECT (Right)] or
[SELECT (Left)] button for 1 or more
seconds.
● To the right:
Fast forwards a video.
To the left:
Rewinds a video.
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
.
● When video is paused (
) and when
you short touch
, the Slow Play starts.
When you touch
, the frame-byframe play starts.
VISUAL OPERATIONS
Finding a Desired Video
■ Stopping a Video
1
Touch
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You can search for the desired video with a
title, chapter, or menu number (number
assigned for each content).
.
■ Finding by Chapter
1
Disc Menu Operations
You can operate the menu recorded on the
disc.
1
Touch Menu or Top Menu .
2
Touch
3
Touch
select the play-back menu.
4
Touch Enter .
● To the right:
When selecting the next chapter
To the left:
When selecting the cue or previous
chapter
■ Finding by Title Number
1
.
, and
ATTENTION
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.
Press the [SELECT (Right)] or
[SELECT (Left)] button.
Touch Search .
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2
VISUAL OPERATIONS
Touch − , + , −10 , or +10 ,
and enter the title 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
Touch Enter .
3
● If you touch − or + , the menu
number is decremented or incremented by
1.
● If you touch −10 or +10 , the menu
number is decremented or incremented by
10.
4
■ Finding by chapter number
1
Touch
Touch − , + , −10 , or +10 ,
and enter the menu number.
Touch Enter .
Changing the Touch
Switch Display
.
You can change or hide the touch switch
display while playing.
■ Hiding the Touch Switch
1
2
Touch Number .
Touch Done .
● Touching the screen will display the touch
switches again.
VISUAL OPERATIONS
■ Relocating
Display
1
2
Touch
the
Touch
Switch
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■ Changing the Angle
If the target disc supports multiple angles,
you can change them to display a video.
.
Touch Up or Down .
CHECK
While the multi-angle mark is displayed on the
screen, you can change the currently
displayed angle.
Multi-angle mark
● The touch switch display moves up or
down each time you touch them.
1
Touch Next .
2
Touch Angle .
3
Touch Change angle .
Changing the Screen
Display and Audio Mode
You can change the subtitle language, audio
language, or display angle of a video to be
played.
● Each time you touch Change angle , the
angle number is changed, and the angles
recorded on the disc are toggled in
sequence.
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VISUAL OPERATIONS
■ Changing the Subtitle Language
■ Changing the Audio Language
If the target disc supports multiple subtitle
languages, you can change them to display a
video.
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 subtitle languages from
the top menu.
1
Touch Next .
2
Touch Sub title .
3
IMPORTANT
● Depending on the disc, it may only be
possible to change audio languages from
the top menu.
● 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 .
3
Touch Change audio .
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.
● Each time you touch Change audio , the
audio number is changed, and the audio
languages recorded on the disc are
toggled in sequence.
VISUAL OPERATIONS
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
Touch Next .
2
Touch Set up .
4
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Touch Done .
■ 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.
● If you touch Other , you can specify a
language other than the one displayed on
the screen.
3
If you touch each touch switch, you
can configure the following setting.
3
Touch switch
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.
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Menu language
Specifies the
language used to
display the menu.
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Parental setting
Limits DVD
videos that can
be played.
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Video out
Specifies the
screen size.
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Touch Done .
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VISUAL OPERATIONS
Entering the Code
1
Touch Other on the preferential
audio language setting screen.
2
Enter the desired language code.
2
Touch the desired language.
● 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.
● For the language code, see “Language
Code List” on page 72.
3
3
Touch Select .
● Touch Back to return to the previous
page.
Touch Done .
Entering the Code
1
Touch Other on the preferential
subtitle language setting screen.
2
Enter the desired language code.
ATTENTION
If the selected language is not compatible with
the disc, you will not be able to change to that
language.
■ Specifying the Subtitle Language
You can view the play-back video in the
desired subtitle.
1
Touch Sub title on the initial setting
screen.
● For the language code, see “Language
Code List” on page 72.
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VISUAL OPERATIONS
3
Entering the Code
Touch Select .
● Touch Back 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.
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 72.
■ 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.
● If you touch Other , you can specify a
language other than the one displayed on
the screen.
3
Touch Select .
● Touch Back 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.
■ Specifying
the
Screening Level
3
Touch Done .
Parental
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.
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1
2
VISUAL OPERATIONS
Touch Parental setting on the initial
setting screen.
Touch the number digit by digit to
enter the code number.
● If the code number is omitted, “----” is
displayed in the upper field.
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
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
3
Plays all DVD software. (Default)
Touch Select .
■ Switching the Video Output
● Touch Back to return to the previous
page.
4
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.
1
Touch Next on the setting screen.
2
Touch Video out .
3
The screen size changes as follows
each time you touch Video out .
16:9 J
4:3 (LETTER
(PAN&SCAN) J 16:9 J ...
5
Touch Select .
BOX)
4:3
● 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.
VISUAL OPERATIONS
● 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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VISUAL OPERATIONS
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
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
VISUAL OPERATIONS
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Using the VTR (optional)
You can watch a video by connecting a commercially available VTR. You cannot, however,
connect the iPod cable (video line) and VTR together (iPod and VTR cable are optional).
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.)
SRC
Switching the VTR Mode
ON and OFF
1
Hold down the [SRC] button for 1 or
more seconds to turn the audio mode
Off.
3
Touch Enable VTR
on the PND display.
● Checked:
VTR setting is ON.
Not checked:
VTR setting is OFF.
2
Hold down the [CTRL] button for 1 or
more seconds.
4
Touch Next .
5
Touch Done .
that appears
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VISUAL OPERATIONS
Playing the VTR
1
Press the [SRC] button repeatedly
until “VTR” is displayed on the subdisplay.
● 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.
● If you touch Done on the VTR operation
screen, the video is displayed again.
ATTENTION
● Whether or not the video is displayed
correctly depends on the connected
equipment.
● If you have attached your iPod using the
iPod cable (optional), you cannot plug the
VTR cable. To use the VTR cable, unplug
the iPod cable first.
Changing the VTR
Setting Screen
1
Touch Display .
2
Touch 16:9 , 4:3 or Zoom .
● This returns to the VTR operation screen.
Turning Off the VTR
1
Hold down the [SRC] button for 1 or
more seconds.
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Using the iPod Player (optional)
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) and VTR together.
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.
● Refer to the Toyota Web site (http://newata.toyotaeurope.com/ata/accessory/
list.do?accessoryId=234693&typeId=164217) for details on compatible iPod models (generations).
● To ensure driving safety, you cannot watch a video while driving.
● You can play a music file on the iPod only when the PND is attached to this receiver.
● iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
SRC
Track selection / Fast-forward (rewind) button
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.
IMPORTANT
● When you attach your iPod, the music
restarts from the stopped position. If you
switched the power ON/OFF or if you
detached the PND, the music restarts from
the stopped position.
● The iPod will begin playing the music file it
was playing before it was connected. If the
receiver cannot detect the music file that
was playing previously, it will begin playing
from the first music file.
● When switching from iPod video to iPod
music, it will start to play the first music file.
1
Press the [SRC] button repeatedly
until “IPOD” is displayed on the subdisplay.
● Playback will begin.
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Fast Forward/Rewind
Finding a Desired Music
File
You can fast forward or rewind the track or
the video currently being played.
1
Hold down the [SELECT (Right)] or
[SELECT (Left)] button for 1 or more
seconds.
● To the right:
Forwards a track or video file.
To the left:
CAUTION
If the iPod or PND is disconnected from this
receiver while playing a music file on the
iPod, you will return to the previously
selected mode.
1
Touch Select .
2
To select a track or program to play,
touch Playlist , Artist , Album ,
Song , Genre , or Audio books .
Rewinds a track or video file.
This switches to the fast forward or rewind
mode, and continues fast forwarding or
rewinding until you remove your finger
from the button.
Selecting the Desired
Music or Video File
You can select a desired song or video.
1
Press the [SELECT (Right)] or
[SELECT (Left)] button.
● This displays the list screen of the selected
mode.
● 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.
The selected song or the video (file) will be
played.
3
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 can search for a file or artist name by
touching Find .
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● For your safety you are advised not to
operate the
,
, and Find
buttons when your car is running.
3
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Touch the video to be played.
● The iPod video selection screen appears.
● You can search for a music file by entering
alphanumeric characters.
4
Touch the name of the file to be
played.
● This plays the selected video file.
● If
or
appears, touch them to
change the page of the video file list.
Setting to the iPod Video
Mode
You can select and play a desired video file
from the iPod memory.
● You can search for a file or artist name by
touching Find .
● For your safety you are advised not to
operate the
,
, and Find
buttons when your car is running.
CAUTION
● You can play a video file on the iPod only
when the PND is connected to this
receiver.
● If the iPod or PND is disconnected from
this receiver while playing a video file on
the iPod, you will return to the previously
selected mode.
1
Touch Select .
2
Touch Video .
● You can search for a video file by entering
alphanumeric characters.
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Playing
1
Touch
Repeatedly Playing the
Same Music File
.
1
Touch Preferences .
2
Touch Repeat song
.
● This repeatedly plays the currently played
music file.
Pausing
1
Touch
.
● Once you touch Repeat song , the
selected music file will be repeated until
the repeat function is released. Touch
Repeat song
again to cancel the
repeat play.
Random Play of Music
Files
● Touch
to pause the display. Touch
to resume playing.
1
Touch Preferences .
2
Touch Shuffle songs
.
● Once you touch Shuffle songs , the
random play continues until you cancel it.
Touch Shuffle songs
again to cancel
the random play.
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Using the AUX
The portable audio player can be operated by connecting it to this receiver using the AUX.
IMPORTANT
● While the AUX mode is activated, actions such as turning off the audio player or pulling out the
connection cord may cause noise spikes that can damage the system speakers. Be sure to
avoid this possibility by turning off system power or switching from the AUX mode to another
mode before shutting off or disconnecting the portable audio player.
● Audio output levels will differ for the various devices that can be connected by this method.
Carefully adjust the volume until the output level of the connected player is known.
● Before using a portable audio player inside a vehicle, read the player's operation manual
carefully. You are advised not to operate the device in the vehicle while driving.
SRC
Switching the AUX Mode
ON and OFF
1
Hold down the [SRC] button for 1 or
more seconds to turn the audio mode
Off.
2
Hold down the [CTRL] button for 1 or
more seconds.
Listening to the Portable
Audio Player
3
Touch Enable AUX
on the PND display.
that appears
● Checked: AUX setting ON
Not checked: AUX setting OFF
4
Touch Next .
5
Touch Done .
For details on how to operate the portable
audio player, refer to the instruction manual
that comes with the portable audio player.
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CAUTION
● Do not operate the portable audio player
while driving.
● Audio output levels for the various devices
that can be connected using this method
will differ. You can adjust the SVC setting
level. For details, see “Adjusting the SVC
(Source Volume Control)” on page 34.
1
Turn on the connected portable audio
player to start playing.
2
Press the [SRC] button repeatedly
until “AUX” is displayed on the subdisplay.
● The sound from the connected portable
audio player will be output.
● If the Enable AUX setting is OFF, “AUX”
will not be displayed even if the [SRC]
button is pressed. Set Enable AUX to ON.
For details, see “Enable AUX” on page 26.
ATTENTION
Regarding the power supply of the portable
audio player, use the batteries that come with
the portable audio player. If you play the
portable audio player while charging with the
vehicle power charger or accessory socket,
additional noises may be heard.
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About the Steering Wheel Switches
Steering Wheel Switches Central
On vehicles equipped with steering wheel switches, these easy-access switches can be used
to perform the main audio and other operations.
This function may not be available depending on the vehicle type.
Operation
Common
operations
Switch
(+)
Name
Volume switch
(–)
(SHORT PUSH)
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.
(+): Volume UP
● 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.
(–): Volume DOWN
● The mode
changes in the
following
order.FM/AM J
DISC (CD or
DVD)J USB* J
AUX* J IPOD* J
VTR* J Returns to
FM/AM.
Radio operations
(LONG PUSH)
Mode selection
switch
Long push this switch
to turn the power off.
Turns the power off.
(∧ )
Channel selection
switch
● Calls up the preset
broadcast
channels in order.
Press (∧ ) or (∨)
briefly to select the
next or previous
preset channel.
(∨ )
● Starts the
automatic channel
selection
operation.
CD Player
Operations
(∧ )
(∨ )
Track selection
switches
● Selects the next
track or previous
track or beginning
of the current
track.
● Fast forward or
rewind
Press and hold ( ∧)
or (∨ ) longer to
start the automatic
channel selection
operation.
Press (∧ ) or (∨)
briefly to select the
next or previous
track.
Press and hold ( ∧)
or (∨) longer to fast
forward or rewind a
track.
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OTHERS
Operation
MP3/WMA Player
operations
USB operations
Switch
(∧ )
(∨ )
(∧ )
(∨ )
iPod operations
(∧ )
(∨ )
Name
Track selection
switches
Function
Explanation of
operation
● Selects the next or
previous file.
Press (∧ ) or (∨)
briefly to select the
next or previous file.
● Moves to the next
or previous folder.
File or folder
selection switches
● Selects the next or
previous file.
● Moves to the next
or previous folder.
Track selection
switches
Selects the next track
or previous track or
beginning of the
current track.
Press and hold ( ∧)
or (∨ ) longer to
select the next or
previous folder.
Press (∧ ) or (∨)
briefly to select the
next or previous file.
Press and hold ( ∧)
or (∨ ) longer to
select the next or
previous folder.
Press (∧ ) or (∨)
briefly to select the
next or previous
track.
Press and hold ( ∧)
or (∨) longer to fast
forward or rewind a
track.
Function DVD
operations
(∧ )
(∨ )
Chapter selection
and fast forward or
rewind switch
● Selects the next or
previous chapter.
● Fast forward or
rewind
Press (∧ ) or (∨)
briefly to select the
next or previous
chapter.
Press and hold ( ∧)
or (∨) longer to fast
forward or rewind a
video.
* Option
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Rear View Camera Operations (optional)
If a separately sold rear view camera is installed, you can play the rearward status on the
display when shifting to the back gear.
CAUTION
The rear view camera plays a mirror-reversed video image in the same way as a rear or side
mirror reflects a scene. Be careful that the view angles vary depending on the vehicle model.
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 securely 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
• Uneven 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 photograph shows an example. The range displayed on the screen varies depending on the
vehicle model.
● When you change to reverse gear, the screen will turn blue 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.
● The rear view camera is equipped with a special lens; therefore, distances perceived through
viewing the video screen will be different from actual distances.
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Playing a Video through
the Rear View Camera
■ When the Camera Is Set to
MANUAL or AUTO
1
Hold down the [SCREEN AV/NAV]
button.
● This changes to the rear view camera
screen.
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 images
shown.
● 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 the Camera Is Set to AUTO
1
Shift to the back gear.
● This changes to the rear view camera
screen.
• 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* particular to the CCD
camera.
<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.)
reflected on the camera.
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Troubleshoot
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 authorized repairer.
CAUTION
If a problem occurs, for instance when the main unit does not respond to any button presses, or
the display does not work correctly, press the [Reset] button using a paper clip or similar item.
[Reset] button
Phenomenon
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 LCDs.
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 LCD
backlighting.
This is not a malfunction. The
display will stabilize after a brief
period.
No sound comes out.
Volume is poorly adjusted or
MUTE is functioning.
Check the volume by turning the
[VOL] rotary knob. Or cancel the
MUTE function.
The music is muted when the
PND is attached to the main unit
and when:
This is not a malfunction. The
music can be heard again when
the voice guidance finishes or the
hands-free mode is turned off.
● the voice guidance is ON.
● talking in the hands-free
mode*
Sound comes out of only one side
(left or right, front or back).
Volume is poorly adjusted.
Check the balance and fader
adjustments.
Sound quality does not change
even after making adjustments.
The adjusted audio quality is not
included in the radio broadcast or
disc.
Check by changing the radio
station or disc.
A CD/DVD will not go into the
deck.
Power is not turned on.
Turn the vehicle ignition switch to
[ACC] or [ON].
A disc is already inserted and you Eject the previously inserted CD/
are trying to insert a second disc. DVD and insert the preferred CD/
DVD.
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Phenomenon
Possible cause
Action
A CD/DVD cannot be played.
There is water condensation
inside the equipment.
Stop using the equipment for a
short time and then try using it
again.(See page 15)
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 15)
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
by the deck.(See page 15)
Audio is output, but not video.
The screen has been turned off
with the screen OFF button.
Press the [SCREEN AV/NAV]
button.(See page 20)
Audio is output, but not DVD
video. (With vehicle stopped.)
The emergency / parking brake
has not be set.
Set the emergency / parking
brake.
Neither video nor audio is output.
The vehicle ignition switch has
not been turned on.
Turn the vehicle ignition switch to
[ACC] or [ON].
There is a point of light on the
display.
At least 99.99% of the pixels on
the LCD 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.
USB/iPod does not playback
Error in file decoding
Attach/Detach the PND to check
the connection.
* Depending on your mobile phone, the mute function may not work correctly. If it does not, press
the [MUTE] button on the main unit. Refer to the TomTom Web site (http://tomtom.com/phones/
compatibility) for details on applicable phone models.
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Diagnostics
If the Following Messages Appear
If the following messages appear, check the status again, referring to the cause and action.
(PND): Display on the PND screen.
(LCD): Display on the Sub-display.
Message
Cause
Action
In CD/MP3 WMA/DVD mode
DISC CHECK (PND)
INF3 (LCD)
DISC CHECK (PND)
INF5 (LCD)
DISC ERROR (PND)
INF6 (LCD)
DISCS ARE DIRTY OR
DAMAGED
The loaded disc is dirty or upside
down. Check it for proper
orientation and verify it is clean.
CD PLAYER FAILS
MECHANICALLY
The CD player is inoperative for
some reason.
WHEN THE CD PLAYER
INTERNAL TEMPERATURE IS
HIGH (TO PROTECT PICKUP
UNIT)
● The temperature in the CD
player is too high for operation
to continue. Wait till it cools
down.
● Resume playing after the
“High temperature sensed and
CD stopped” message
disappears. If the CD still
cannot play, have your dealer
repair it.
DISC ERROR (PND)
INF7 (LCD)
AN INTERNAL POWER SUPPLY ● Turn the ACC off once before
FAILURE IS OCCURRING
turning it on once again to
resume operation.
● If this condition persists,
please contact your dealer.
NO SUPPORT (PND)
NO CORRECT FILE IN CD
Confirm the file.
The CD/MP3 WMA/DVD is dirty,
scratched, warped or upside
down.
Clean the disc if it is dirty. Insert
the disc correctly if it is
upsidedown. Do not use the
scratched or warped disc.
DISC ERROR (PND)
The CD/MP3·WMA or DVD player
is not operating for some reason.
Eject the disc.
DISC ERROR (PND)
The temperature of the CD/
MP3·WMA or DVD player has
become unusually high.
Without performing any other
operations, wait until the
This message is displayed when
the pass code that has been
entered is not correct.
Enter the correct pass code.
- - - - (LCD)
Parental lock enabled (PND)
Viewing restrictions are enabled.
Change the setting for viewing
restrictions and start again.
(See page 69)
A function that has been disabled
was selected with the menu.
Follow the directions on the
screen and start again.
ERR (LCD)
DISC CHECK (PND)
INF3 (LCD)
INF6 (LCD)
Pass code incorrect (PND)
ERR (LCD)
Currently this function is disabled.
(PND)
- - - - (LCD)
temperature comes down *.
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Message
Cause
Action
Currently this function is disabled.
(PND)
A function that cannot be used
while the vehicle is in motion was
selected.
Stop the vehicle and set the
emergency / parking brake.
A number not supported was
input for selecting a language
code.
Input a valid language code.
ERR (LCD)
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 58)
Requested chapter or title not
found. (PND)
The selected chapter/title does
not exist.
Select a chapter/title that is on the
disc.
- - - - (LCD)
Invalid code (PND)
- - - - (LCD)
Region code error (PND)
- - - - (LCD)
In USB mode
NO DATA
NO CORRECT FILE IN USB
MEMORY
Confirm the file.
USB READ ERROR
PROBLEM WITH DATA
TRANSMISSION
Confirm connection with USB
memory or USB memory
standards.
Don't remove the storage device
until scanning is finished. (PND)
This machine is currently reading
USB data.
Wait for a brief period.
The USB include no tracks.
Import tracks to the USB to play
them.
Communication or play-back
error
Wait until the error is corrected, or
change the mode.
- (LCD)
No songs found (PND)
ERR (LCD)
External USB device is not
supported. (PND)
ERR (LCD)
In iPod mode
This device cannot be connected
in this way - use a different cable.
(PND)
The iPod has been connected to
the USB port.
Wait until the error is corrected, or
change the mode.
This machine is currently
detecting iPod data.
Wait for a brief period.
- (LCD)
No songs found (PND)
The iPod include no tracks.
Import tracks to the iPod to play
them.
The iPod contains no video.
Import a video file for the iPod to
play.
The iPod contains neither tracks
nor video.
Import a track or video file for the
iPod to play.
A communication error, playback
error, iPod software
incompatibility, or control error
occurred.
Connect a playable iPod.
ERR (LCD)
READING (PND)
ERR (LCD)
No videos found (PND)
ERR (LCD)
No songs or videos found (PND)
ERR (LCD)
Unable connect to iPod (PND)
ERR (LCD)
* 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 authorized repairer.
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Specifications
<GENERAL>
Power Supply
13.2V DC (11 to 16V)
Current Drain
3A
Dimensions (whole unit) (W × H × D)
7″ × 4″ × 6-1/2″ (180 × 100 × 165 mm)
Weight (whole unit)
5.5 lbs (2.5 kg)
Dimensions (PND only) (W × H × D)
5″ × 3″ × 1″ (130 × 82.5 × 24.5 mm)
Weight (PND only)
0.4 lbs (0.2 kg)
Operating temperature range (whole unit)
-4°F to 149°F (-20°C to +65°C)
Operating temperature range (PND only)
14°F to 131°F (-10°C to +55°C)
PND storage guarantee temperature*
-4°F to 140°F (-20°C to +60°C)
Storage temperature range (audio only)
-20°F to +185°F (-40°C to +85°C)
Suitable load impedance
4Ω
* Do not leave this machine inside a vehicle for a long period of time if there is a possibility the
guaranteed PND storage temperature may be exceeded. Doing so will result in a failure.
<DISPLAY>
DISPLAY
4.3″ WQVGA
Resolution
480 × 272 pixels
<FM TUNER>
Frequency Range
FM: 87.5 to 108.0 MHz (50 kHz step)
RDS: 87.5 to 108.0 MHz (100 kHz step)
Effective sensitivity
15dBf
50dB Quieting Sensitivity
24dBf
Stereo Separation
40 dB (1 kHz)
<AM TUNER>
Frequency Range
LW: 153 to 279 kHz (3 kHz step)
MW: 522 to 1611 kHz (9 kHz step)
Usable Sensitivity
27 dB (1 kHz)
<CD/DVD SECTION>
Frequency Response
20Hz to 20,000Hz ±3dB
Wow & Flutter
Below measurable limits
Channel Separation
65 dB
S/N Ratio (A-weighted)
CD: 75 dB
DVD: 70 dB
Dynamic Range
95 dB
Total Harmonic Distortion
0.008%
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<USB MEMORY SECTION>
USB Interface
1.1
Frequency Response
20Hz to 20,000Hz ±3dB
S/N Ratio (A-weighted)
75 dB
<EQUALIZER SECTION>
Bass/Mid/Treble Control
±11dB at 80 Hz, ±11dB at 700 Hz, ±11dB at 10 kHz
<AUDIO AMPLIFIER>
Power Output
15 W × 4
Max. 50 W × 4 MOS-FET
Output Level/Impedance
3V/1k Ω line-out impedance
Loudness
+9 dB at 100 Hz, +6 dB at 10 kHz
The information contained in this manual may not be completely applicable to this receiver due
to changes in product specifications, external view, etc.
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PND Charging Information
To protect the battery, the temperature range within which the battery can be charged is 32°F
to +113°F (0°C to +45°C). This is an indication of switching to trickle charging mode due to
PND battery exceeding charging temperature specifications. To help prevent the PND from
exceeding the charging temperature, remove the PND from vehicle when not in use.
If necessary, please use the supplied USB cable and continue charging from a PC.
Battery condition
Indicator
Charging
(Verde com movimento)
A carregar
(Verde)
Full
"
"
"
"
"
"
Charging in High Temp
(Sem indicação)
(Verde)
Empty High Temp
(Sem indicação)
(Vermelho)
(Sem indicação)
ATTENTION
For your convenience, it is recommended to regularly update the PND on the TomTom Web
site. (www.tomtom.com)
Please see the instructions in the TomTom HOME CD for details.
Publication no. AOM 000 269-0
Printed in Belgium (September 2009)
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