XDMA760
INSTALLATION/OWNER'S MANUAL
CD Receiver
Front and Rear Inputs
XDMA760
Preparation
Please read entire manual before installation.
Before You Start
•Disconnect negative battery terminal. Consult a qualified technician for instructions.
•Avoid installing the unit where it would be subject to high temperatures, such as from
direct sunlight, or where it would be subject to dust, dirt or excessive vibration.
Getting Started
• Remove trim ring from unit.
• Remove 2 transit screws located on top of the unit.
• Insert the supplied keys into the slots as shown, and slide the unit out of the mounting
sleeve.
• Install mounting sleeve into opening, bending tabs to secure.
• Connect wiring harness and antenna. Consult a qualified technician if you are unsure.
• Certain vehicles may require an installation kit and/or wiring harness adapter (sold
separately).
• Test for correct operation and slide into mounting sleeve to secure.
• Snap trim ring into place.
REMOVAL
KEYS
OPTIONAL REAR
MOUNTING SUPPORT
HEAD UNIT
MOUNTING SLEEVE
TYPICAL DIN FRONT-LOAD MOUNTING METHOD
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XDMA760
Wiring Diagram
Rear Auxiliary Input
Rear/Subwoofer Output
Front Output
FRONT
R/SUB
AUX
L-CH
R-CH
Antenna
Connector
BLUE Remote Turn-On
Connect to amplifier or power
antenna. Insulate wire if not used.
BLACK Ground
Connect to the vehicle
chassis ground.
RED Accessory
Connect to an existing ignition
circuit or switched 12 volt source.
YELLOW
Memory
Connect to the battery
circuit or constant 12 volt source.
Right Front
Right Rear
Gray/Black (-)
Gray (+)
Violet/Black (-)
Violet (+)
Left Front
Left Rear
White/Black (-)
White (+)
Green/Black (-)
Green (+)
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FUSE
When replacing the fuse,
make sure new fuse is the
correct type and amperage.
Using an incorrect fuse could
damage the radio.
The XDMA760 uses one
10 amp ATM fuse located
in-line.
XDMA760
Control Locations - Receiver
1
2
3
4
5
17
16
15
14
1
Open
10
Auxiliary Input
2
Source
11
Tune / Track Down
3
Loudness
12
Preset Down / Thumbs Down
4
Play / Pause
13
Display
5
Volume Knob/ Select (push)
14
Mute
6
Preset Up / Thumbs Up
15
Band / Go Back
7
Tune / Track Up
16
Power
8
Function
17
Menu
9
USB Port
13
6
12
7
8
9
11
4
10
XDMA760
Control Locations - Remote
1
2
3
4
5
18
6
17
7
16
8
15
9
14
13
10
12
11
1
Source
10
Preset Up / Thumbs Up
2
Volume Up
11
Menu
3
Power
12
Preset Down / Thumbs Down
4
Select
13
Key 5 / Folder Down
5
Tune / Track Up
14
Key 4 / Play / Pause
6
Volume Down
15
Key 1 / Repeat
7
Mute
16
Key 2 / Random
8
Key 3 / Intro
17
Band / Go Back
9
Key 6 / Folder Up
18
Tune / Track Down
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XDMA760
General Operation
Faceplate Removal
Power On/Off
Press OPEN to open the face plate, then pull away from
the right side to remove. To re-install, insert right side of
faceplate first then push left side to secure.
Press or any other button to turn the unit on. Press
turn the unit off.
to
Source
Press SOURCE to enter the Source Menu, then press
SOURCE or rotate the volume knob to select between Tuner,
Disc, Aux Front, Aux Rear, USB, iPod and Pandora modes.
Modes of operation are shown in the display.
Auxiliary Input
The XDMA760 offers both front and rear auxiliary input
ports for connecting an audio device, MP3 player, etc. Press
SOURCE to select either the front or rear auxiliary input
mode.
Volume
Adjust volume using volume knob (00-46).
Display
Press DISP to toggle between ID3 tag and file/folder name
for MP3/WMA files being played from CDs or USB devices.
Reset
Press RESET upon initial installation or if abnormal
operation occurs. Reset button is located behind the front
panel.
Set the Clock
The unit will display the time on the LCD display. Clock
settings are adjusted in the General setup menu (refer to
page 8).
12/24-hour Clock
The clock will display 12-hour AM/PM time or 24-hour time
(22:00). Frequency spacing is adjusted in the General setup
menu (refer to page 8).
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XDMA760
General Operation
Setup Menu
Press MENU to toggle through and select one of the
following setup menus: Audio, General, Gain and Screen.
1. Once the desired menu is displayed, rotate the volume knob to scroll through the list of menu features.
2.Press SELECT to select a specific feature to adjust, then rotate the volume knob left/right to adjust or activate the desired feature.
3.Press SELECT to confirm and save the changes.
Audio Setup Menu
Menu Function
Options
Rotate the volume knob to cycle through the following equalization curves: Flat,
Pop, Jazz, Classic, Beat, Rock and User. Any manual adjustment to the Bass or
Treble settings are automatically saved as User.
Rotate the volume knob to adjust the bass level setting
Bass Level
(-6 minimum / +6 maximum).
Bass Frequency Rotate the volume knob to select one of the following bass frequency settings:
60 Hz, 80 Hz, 100 Hz or 200 Hz.
Rotate the volume knob to adjust the middle level setting
Middle Level
(-6 minimum / +6 maximum).
Middle Frequency Rotate the volume knob to select one of the following middle frequency settings:
500 Hz, 1 kHz, 1.5 kHz or 2.5 kHz.
Rotate
the volume knob to adjust the treble level setting
Treble Level
(-6 minimum / +6 maximum).
Treble Frequency Rotate the volume knob to select one of the following treble frequency settings:
10 KHz, 12.5 KHz, 15 KHz or 17.5 KHz.
Rotate the volume knob to adjust the balance setting.
Balance
(12-L to 12-R; 0 represents equal balance).
Rotate the volume knob to adjust the fader setting.
Fader
(12-F to 12-R; 0 represents equal balance)
Equalization
Curves
Subwoofer
Rotate the volume knob to turn subwoofer output ON or OFF.
Subwoofer Level Rotate the volume knob to adjust subwoofer level between 0 and 12.
Subwoofer
Frequency
Rotate the volume knob to select one of the following subwoofer center
frequency settings: Off, 80 Hz, 120 Hz and 160 Hz. "Off" represents a full range
subwoofer output.
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XDMA760
General Operation
General Setup Menu
Menu Function
Options
USA
Tuner
Frequency
Spacing
S-America
Europe
Auto Station
Store
AUTO STORE
Local/Distance
Tuning
Off
On
Set the Clock
Clock
Clock Mode
12 Hour
24 Hour
Off
Scrolling
Option
Once
15Sec
On
Full
iPod Control
Manual
Beep
Confirmation
Programmable
Turn On Volume
Off
On
Variable
Value
Action
Programs the unit to USA tuner spacing.
(200kHz for FM and 10kHz for AM).
Programs the unit to South American tuner spacing.
(100kHz for FM and 10kHz for AM).
Programs the unit to European tuner spacing.
(50kHz for FM and 9kHz for AM).
Press SELECT to seek and save 6 strong stations in the
current band.
Activates distance tuning.
Activates local tuning for strong station reception only.
Rotate the volume knob to adjust the hours, then press
SELECT to confirm. Repeat to adjust the minutes, and repeat
again to adjust AM/PM setting.
Programs the unit to display 12-hour AM/PM time (example:
10:00 PM)
Programs the unit to display 24-hour time (example: 22:00)
Programs the unit to not scroll any information on the
display.
Programs the unit to only scroll information once.
Programs unit to scroll information once every 15 seconds
(default).
Programs unit to scroll information continuously.
Programs the head unit to advanced control of the iPod/
iPhone device.
Programs the head unit to manual control of the iPod/iPhone
device and allows music to be controlled from the iPod/
iPhone device.
Disables the confirmation beep.
Enables the confirmation beep.
Programs unit to always turn on at a specific volume
(default is Off). A volume level of 1-30 can be selected.
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XDMA760
General Operation
Gain Setup Menu
Menu Function
Tuner Gain
Disc Gain
Aux Front Gain
Aux Rear Gain
USB Gain
iPod Gain
Pandora Gain
Options
Rotate the volume knob to adjust the tuner gain.
(-6 minimum / +6 maximum)
Rotate the volume knob to adjust the gain for disc playback.
(-6 minimum / +6 maximum)
Rotate the volume knob to adjust the gain for the front auxiliary input.
(-6 minimum / +6 maximum)
Rotate the volume knob to adjust the gain for the rear auxiliary input.
(-6 minimum / +6 maximum)
Rotate the volume knob to adjust the gain for USB playback.
(-6 minimum / +6 maximum)
Rotate the volume knob to adjust the gain for iPod playback.
(-6 minimum / +6 maximum)
Rotate the volume knob to adjust the gain for Pandora playback.
(-6 minimum / +6 maximum)
Screen Setup Menu
Menu Function
Options
Color
Rotate the volume knob to adjust the color settings of the display screen from 0
to 50.
Rotate the volume knob to adjust the contrast settings of the display screen
from 0 to 50.
Rotate the volume knob to adjust the brightness settings of the display screen
from 0 to 50.
Rotate the volume knob to to enable (ON) or disable (OFF) the demonstration
mode.
Contrast
Brightness
Demo
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AM/FM Tuner Operation
Manual Tuning
Seek Tuning
Band
Storing Station Presets
Recalling Station Presets
nn
ll
nn
ll
or TUNE
momentarily to change
Press TUNE
radio frequency up or down one step at a time. Press and
hold to advance quickly.
Press TUNE
or TUNE
for more than two seconds
(then release) to automatically seek and tune to the next
strong station.
Press BAND to select between FM1, FM2, FM3, AM1 and
AM2 bands.
Select the desired band and station. Press the
(F)unction button, turn the volume knob until the desired
preset number is highlighted, then press SELECT to store
the preset.
Press the P+ or P- buttons to cycle through the 1-6 presets
in the current band.
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XDMA760
CD Operation
Insert CD
Press OPEN to fold down the front panel and expose the CD
slot. With the label facing up, insert a standard size CD into
the CD slot. The CD will automatically begin playback.
Eject CD
With the front panel open, press EJECT to eject the CD. The
unit will change to previous mode of operation. If the disc is
not removed within 10 seconds, the unit will reload the disc.
The unit does not have to be turned on to eject CD.
Track Select
Fast Forward/Reverse
ll
Press TRACK
to skip to the beginning of the next
track. Press TRACK
to return to the beginning of the
current track. Pressing TRACK
again skips to the
beginning of the previous track.
nn
ll
nn
nn on the remote
Press and hold TRACK
or TRACK
control to fast forward or reverse a track.
temporarily stop CD playback.
ll// IIII toagain
to resume playback.
Pause
Press
Press
Repeat
Press (F)unction and choose Repeat to continuously repeat
the selected track.
Random
Press (F)unction and choose Random to play all the tracks
in random order.
Intro
CD-R/CD-RW
Compatibility
Press (F)unction and choose Intro to play the first 10 seconds of each track.
Some CD-Rs and CD-RWs may be incompatible with this
unit, depending on media type and recording method. In
addition, the following CDs may be incompatible with this
unit:
CDs exposed to extreme temperatures or direct sunlight
for extended periods of time, CDs recorded in which a
recording session failed or a re-recording was attempted
and, or encrypted or copy-protected CDs which do not
conform to the audio CD-DA red book recording standard.
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XDMA760
MP3/WMA Operation
Playing MP3/WMA Files
To play MP3/WMA files, insert a data CD or USB device
containing MP3/WMA files. “Loading" will flash in the
display. Depending on the number of files and folders, this
may take several seconds.
Displaying Information
Press DISP to cycle between track information and file/
folder information.
*Song title, artist name and album name will only be
displayed if included with the MP3/WMA file.
When referring to MP3/WMA playback, the following terms
are synonymous:
• File name and track name
• Folder name and directory name
Repeat
Random
Press (F)unction to enter the Function Menu, then rotate
the volume knob until Repeat is highlighted. Press SELECT,
then rotate the volume knob to select one of the following
repeat options.
• All - Plays all songs on disc or device.
• Track - Continuously repeats selected song.
• Folder - Continuously repeats all songs in selected
folder.
Intro
Press (F)unction to enter the Function Menu, then rotate the
volume knob until Random is highlighted. Press SELECT,
then rotate the volume knob to select one of the following
options for random playback.
• Off - Cancels the Random function.
• All - Plays all songs in random order.
• Folder - Plays all songs in folder in random order.
Press (F)unction to enter the Function Menu, then rotate the
volume knob until Intro is highlighted. Press SELECT, then
rotate the volume knob to select one of the following options
for intro playback.
• Off - Cancels the Intro function.
• All - Plays first 10 seconds of each song.
• Folder - Plays first 10 seconds of each song in folder.
Note: Folder repeat, random and intro options only function
on MP3/WMA discs or devices recorded with more than one
folder.
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XDMA760
MP3/WMA Operation
File/Folder Search
Begin Searching
Press SELECT to enter the file/folder search mode. A list of
all the folders from the disc or device will be displayed.
Note: Any files located in the root directory will be located in
the folder named "ROOT".
Choose a Song
Menu Navigation
Playing a Song
Turn the volume knob to cycle through all the folders
on the disc or device, and press SELECT to choose the
desired folder. The list of files in the selected folder will be
displayed. Turn the volume knob to cycle through the list of
files.
Pressing GO BACK when viewing the contents of a folder will
return to the list of folders on the disc or device. Press GO
BACK again to exit the search menu.
Once the desired song is displayed, press SELECT to begin
Press SELECT
to begin
Press
SELECT
Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7
Files
Files
Files
Files
Files
SELECT
Turn the
volume knob
13
Files
Files
Press
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XDMA760
MP3/WMA Operation
File/Folder Compatibility and Support - CD
Type
Specification
•CD-ROM (ISO), CD-R, CD-RW
•CD-DA (digital audio)
•MP3 data (.mp3)
•WMA data (.wma)
•DRM protected files
•WMA lossless
•Apple lossless
Incompatible File
•WMA Pro
Types
•MP3 Pro
•MP3 playlists
•WAV lossless
•M4A/AAC data
•ISO9660 level 1 & level 2
Recording Format
•Yellow book MODE 1 & MODE 2 FORM 1
Compatibility
•Multi session
Sampling Frequency •MP3: 8kHz - 48kHz
Rate Compatibility •WMA: 32kHz - 48kHz
Transfer Bit Rate
•MP3: 32kbps - 320kbps
Compatibility
•WMA: 32kbps - 192kbps
•Song Title: 32 characters
•Artist Name: 32 characters
Character Support •Album Name: 32 characters
•File Name: 32 characters
•Folder Name: 32 characters
•MP3 Tags: Version 1.0 - 2.4
ID3 Tag Support
•WMA Tags
•Maximum files: 999
File/Folder Limit
•Maximum folders: 500
•Maximum folder levels: 8
Compatible File
Types
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XDMA760
MP3/WMA Operation
File/Folder Compatibility and Support - USB
Type
Specification
•MP3 data (.mp3)
Compatible File Types
•WMA data (.wma)
•DRM protected files
•WMA lossless
•Apple lossless
Incompatible File
•WMA Pro
Types
•MP3 Pro
•MP3 playlists
•M4A/AAC data
•WAV lossless
Sampling Frequency •MP3: 8kHz - 48kHz
Rate Compatibility
•WMA: 32kHz - 48kHz
Transfer Bit Rate
•MP3: 32kbps - 320kbps
Compatibility
•WMA: 32kbps - 192kbps
•Song Title: 32 characters
•Artist Name: 32 characters
Character Support
•Album Name: 32 characters
•File Name: 32 characters
•Folder Name: 32 characters
•MP3 Tags: Version 1.0 - 2.4
ID3 Tag Support
•WMA Tags
•Maximum number of files: 50000
•Maximum number of folders: 500 (plus the root folder)
•Maximum number of files in each folder: 50000
File/Folder Limit
Note: For devices with more than the maximum number of
files/folders, some files will be ingnored and may not function
properly.
•FAT/FAT32 file system supported.
USB/SD File System
•HFS/NTFS/EXT2/EXT3 not supported.
SD Card Capacity
•16GB or less supported.
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XDMA760
iPod Operation
Connect an iPod Device
(Not Included)
The XDMA760 features a direct USB control system for iPod.
To play music from an iPod device, connect the USB cable
(included with your iPod device) to the USB port on the front
panel.
Once connected, "Loading" will flash in the display, then
playback will begin automatically. If a song is playing on the
iPod device before it is connected, it will continue to play.
Search Mode
Search Menu Functions
(step 1) Press SELECT once to enter the search mode.
(step 2) Rotate the volume knob to choose between playlist, songs,
artists, albums and podcasts. Press SELECT to select the
desired search type.
(step 3) Navigate to the desired song and press SELECT to begin
playback of that song. Use the table below for reference
when navigating through the menu options.
Note: Press GO BACK to access the previous level (up one
level). Pressing GO BACK from the search main menu will
exit the search.
See the below table for a list of the search menu navigation options.
Menu Navigation
Search Item
Playlist
Menu
Playlists
Songs
Songs
Artists
Albums
Podcase
Menu
Menu
Menu
Menu
Songs
Artists
Albums
Podcasts
Albums
Songs
Songs
Full/Manual Control
The XDMA760 features both full and manual control modes for iPod/iPhone devices. See
page 8 for details to toggle the control between full and manual modes.
Important: To support manual control for iPod/iPhone, the iPod device must be updated to
the newest firmware.
Note: Not all iPod/iPhone devices are compatible with manual control mode.
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iPod Operation
Song Select
Fast Forward and
Reverse
Pause
Repeat
Press
nn
nn
ll
to skip to the beginning of next song. Press
to return to the beginning of current song. Pressing
again skips to the beginning of previous song.
Press and hold
song.
Press
Press
ll or nn to fast forward or reverse a
temporarily stop playback.
ll// IIII toagain
to resume playback.
Press (F)unction to enter the Repeat menu, then turn the
volume knob to select one of the following options:
• Off - Repeats all tracks.
• Current Song - Repeats selected track.
Random
Press (F)unction to enter the Random menu, then turn the
volume knob to select one of the following options:
• Off - Cancels the RDM function.
• All Songs - Plays all tracks in random order.
• Current Album - Plays all tracks in the selected album in
random order.
Intro
Press (F)unction to enter the Intro menu, then turn the volume knob to select one of the following options:
• Off - Cancels the INT function.
• On - Plays first 10 seconds of each track.
Character Support
Only alphanumeric characters can be displayed (ASCII
type). "NO SUPPORT" will be displayed if the file contains
characters that can not be displayed. "NO FILE" will be
displayed if there are no songs in the selected playlist.
Maximum character display information
• *Song title – 32 character maximum
• *Artist name – 32 character maximum
• *Album name – 32 character maximum
*Song Title, Artist Name and Album name will only be
displayed if included with the file.
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XDMA760
Pandora Operation
Requirements
Control for Pandora requires:
• An iPhone device with a reliable data connection, or an
iPod touch that is connected to wireless internet.
• The Pandora App installed on the iPhone/iPod device.
• An active account with Pandora. Sign up at www.pandora.
com.
• The USB sync cable that came with your iPod/iPhone
device.
USB Connection
Changing Stations
Connect an iPod touch or iPhone device (required, sold separately) to the USB port, using the USB sync cable included
with your iPhone device.
1.Press SELECT to display the Stations Menu.
2. Rotate the volume knob to choose to sort channels by date or alphabetically.
3.Press SELECT to confirm, then turn the volume knob to cycle through the list of stations.
4.Press SELECT when the desired station is highlighted, and playback will begin.
Note: Stations must be created on your account prior to
connecting your iPod/iPhone device to the head unit.
Shuffle
Press SELECT to display the Stations Menu. Choose
“Shuffle” from the stations menu to shuffle songs from all of
your stations.
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Pandora Operation
Skipping Tracks
Play/Pause
ll to skip the current song.
Press l/ II to temporarily stop playback.
Press l/ II again to resume playback.
Press
Thumbs Up
Press to tell Pandora you like the current track. Pandora
will play more tracks with similar qualities.
Thumbs Down
Press to tell Pandora you do not like the current track.
Pandora will not play the current track again, and will avoid
playing tracks with similar qualities.
Device Compatibility
Refer to www.pandora.com/everywhere/mobile for devices
compatible with the Pandora mobile application.
Troubleshooting
Note: Pandora is an internet service, carrier and data
charges may apply.
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XDMA760
Limited One-Year Warranty
This warranty gives you specific legal
rights. You may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
What to do?
1. Before you call for service, check the
troubleshooting guide in your owner’s
manual. A slight adjustment of any
custom controls may save you a service
call.
Dual Electronics Corp. warrants this
product to the original purchaser to be free
from defects in material and workmanship
for a period of one year from the date of the
original purchase.
2. If you require service during the
warranty period, you must carefully
pack the product (preferably in the
original package) and ship it by prepaid
transportation with a copy of the original
receipt from the retailer to an
authorized service center.
Dual Electronics Corp. agrees, at our
option, during the warranty period,
to repair any defect in material or
workmanship or to furnish an equal new,
renewed or comparable product (whichever
is deemed necessary) in exchange without
charges, subject to verification of the
defect or malfunction and proof of the date
of purchase. Subsequent replacement
products are warranted for the balance of
the original warranty period.
3. Please describe your problem in
writing and include your name, a
return UPS shipping address (P.O. Box
not acceptable), and a daytime phone
number with your shipment.
4. For more information and for the
location of the nearest authorized service
center please contact us by one of the
following methods:
Who is covered? This warranty is extended
to the original retail purchaser for products
purchased from an authorized Dual dealer
and used in the U.S.A.
• Call us toll-free at 1-866-382-5476
• E-mail us at cs@dualav.com
What is covered? This warranty covers all
defects in material and workmanship in
this product. The following are not covered:
software, installation/removal costs,
damage resulting from accident, misuse,
abuse, neglect, product modification,
improper installation, incorrect line voltage,
unauthorized repair or failure to follow
instructions supplied with the product, or
damage occurring during return shipment
of the product. Specific license conditions
and copyright notices for the software can
be found via www.dualav.com.
Exclusion of Certain Damages: This
warranty is exclusive and in lieu of any
and all other warranties, expressed or
implied, including without limitation the
implied warranties of merchantability and
fitness for a particular purpose and any
obligation, liability, right, claim or remedy
in contract or tort, whether or not arising
from the company’s negligence, actual
or imputed. No person or representative
is authorized to assume for the company
any other liability in connection with the
sale of this product. In no event shall the
company be liable for indirect, incidental or
consequential damages.
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XDMA760
Troubleshooting
Problem
Unit will not turn on (no power)
Unit has power (but no sound)
Unit blows fuses
Excessive skipping
NO FILE appears on display
Unit will not accept a disc
Cause
Action
Yellow wire not connected or incorrect
voltage Red wire not connected or
incorrect voltage
Black wire not connected
Fuse blown
Speaker wires not connected
Check connections for proper
voltage (11-16VDC)
One or more speaker wires touching
each other or touching chassis ground
Yellow or red wire touching chassis
ground
Speaker wires touching chassis ground
Incorrect fuse rating
Unit is not mounted correctly or
backstrap is not secure
Physical defect in media (CD, CD-R or
CD-RW)
Check for pinched wire
Use fuse with correct rating
Check mounting sleeve and
backstrap support
Disc read error
Press eject or RESET
Focus error or disc is upside down
Press eject or RESET
WMA file is protected by DRM (Digital
Rights Management)
Write disc using WMA files that
are not protected
No playable MP3/WMA files found on
the device
Check the device for valid
MP3/WMA files
Communication error
Remove and reconnect the
device
CD mechanism position out of
alignment
Press EJECT to reset CD
mechanism position
CD transit screws still in place
NO SUPPORT appears
on display
Check connection to ground
Replace fuse
Check connections at speakers
Insulate all bare speaker wires
from each other and chassis
ground
An invalid ID3 tag version is present
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Check for pinched wire
Check media for scratches
Remove 2 transit screws
located on top of the unit
Version 1.0 to 2.4 ID3 tags are
supported.
XDMA760
Specifications
CD Player
Frequency response: 20Hz-20kHz
Channel separation @ 1kHz: >65dB
D/A converter: 1 Bit
FM Tuner
Tuning range: 87.5MHz-107.9MHz
Usable sensitivity: 8.5dBf
50dB quieting sensitivity: 10dBf
Stereo separation @ 1kHz: >30dB
Frequency response: 30Hz-13kHz
AM Tuner
Tuning range: 530kHz-1710kHz
Usable sensitivity: 22uV
Frequency response: 30Hz-2.2kHz
General
Speaker output impedance: 4-8 ohms
Line output voltage: 2 Volts RMS
Dimensions: 7" x 7" x 2" (178 x 178 x 50 mm)
Design and specifications subject to change without notice.
CEA-2006 Power Standard Specifications
(reference: 14.4VDC +/- 0.2V, 20Hz-20kHz)
Power Output: 18 Watts RMS x 4 channels at 4 ohms and < 1% THD+N
Signal to Noise Ratio: 70dBA (reference: 1 watt into 4 ohms)
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XDMA760
FCC Compliance
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
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Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
•
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
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Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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