Philips CEM2000 User manual

Philips CEM2000 User manual
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EN User manual
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7 Adjust sound
1 Important
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Safety
Notice
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2 Your car audio system
Introduction
What’s in the box
Overview of the main unit
Overview of the remote control
3 Get started
Install the car audio
Install remote control battery
Turn on
Select country/region
Set clock
4 Listen to radio
Tune to a radio station
Store radio stations in memory
Store stations manually
Tune to a preset station
5 Play with RDS
Turn on RDS
Select program type
Select alternate frequencies
Receive traffic announcement
Set RDS clock
6 Play audio files
Play a disc
Play from USB
Search for an MP3/WMA track
View play information
Repeat play
Shuffle play
Intro play
Connect external sound source
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Adjust volume
Mute
Turn DBB and subwoofer on/off
Select preset equalizer
Other sound settings
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8 Adjust system settings
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Select anti-shock setting
Turn beep sound on/off
Select blackout setting
Turn demo mode on/off
Reset
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9 Additional information
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Detach the front panel
Replace fuse
Remove the unit
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10 Product information
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11 Troubleshooting
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12 Glossary
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Contents
1 Important
Notice
Safety
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Read and understand all instructions
before you use your apparatus. If damage
is caused by failure to follow instructions,
the warranty does not apply.
This apparatus is designed for negative
ground (earth) 12 V DC operation only.
To ensure safe driving, adjust the volume
to a safe and comfortable level.
Improper fuses can cause damage or
fire. When you need to change the fuse,
consult a professional.
Use only the supplied mounting hardware
for a safe and secure installation.
To avoid short circuit, do not expose the
apparatus, remote control or remote
control batteries to rain or water.
Never insert objects into the ventilation
slots or other openings on the apparatus.
Clean the apparatus and frame with a
soft, damp cloth. Never use substances
such as alcohol, chemicals or household
cleaners on the apparatus.
Never place any objects other than discs
into the apparatus.
Never use solvents such as benzene,
thinner, cleaners available commercially,
or anti-static sprays intended for discs.
Visible and invisible laser radiation when
open. Avoid exposure to beam.
Risk of damage to the apparatus screen!
Never touch, push, rub or strike the
screen with any object.
Caution
• Use of controls or adjustments or performance
of procedures other than herein may result in
hazardous radiation exposure or other unsafe
operation.
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The making of unauthorized copies of
copy-protected material, including computer
programs, files, broadcasts and sound
recordings, may be an infringement of
copyrights and constitute a criminal offence.
This equipment should not be used for such
purposes.
This apparatus includes this label:
Recycling
Your product is designed and manufactured
with high quality materials and components,
which can be recycled and reused.
When you see the crossed-out wheel bin
symbol attached to a product, it means the
product is covered by the European Directive
2002/96/EC:
Never dispose of your product with other
household waste. Please inform yourself about
the local rules on the separate collection of
electrical and electronic products. The correct
disposal of your old product helps prevent
potentially negative consequences on the
environment and human health.
This product complies with the radio
interference requirements of the European
Community.
Environmental information
All unnecessary packaging has been omitted.
We have tried to make the packaging easy to
separate into three materials: cardboard (box),
polystyrene foam (buffer) and polyethylene
(bags, protective foam sheet.)
Your system consists of materials which can
be recycled and reused if disassembled by
a specialized company. Please observe the
local regulations regarding the disposal of
packaging materials, exhausted batteries and
old equipment.
Any changes or modifications made to this
device that are not expressly approved by
Philips Consumer Lifestyle may void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
2010 © Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V.
All rights reserved.
Specifications are subject to change without
notice. Trademarks are the property of
Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. or their
respective owners. Philips reserves the right
to change products at any time without being
obliged to adjust earlier supplies accordingly.
2 Your car audio
system
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Your product contains batteries covered by
the European Directive 2006/66/EC, which
cannot be disposed of with normal household
waste.
Please inform yourself about the local rules on
separate collection of batteries. The correct
disposal of batteries helps prevent potentially
negative consequences on the environment
and human health.
Congratulations on your purchase, and
welcome to Philips! To fully benefit from the
support that Philips offers, register your product
at www.philips.com/welcome.
Introduction
With the in-car audio system, you can enjoy
your drive while listening to:
• FM or AM (MW) radio
• Audio from CD or MP3 disc
• Audio from a USB device
• Audio from external devices
What’s in the box
Check and identify the contents of your package:
a Main unit
b Remote control
c Front panel
d Trim plate
e Carrying case for front panel
f Sleeve
g Rubber cushion
h Screws x 4 pcs
i Standard ISO connector
j Disassembly tools x 2 pcs
k User manual
l Quick start guide
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a DBB/SUB-W
• Turn on or off Dynamic Bass Boost
(DBB) sound.
• Turn on or off subwoofer.
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Unlock the panel.
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Select tuner band.
Select MP3/WMA folder.
Scroll up/down menu.
/OK/MUTE
Turn the unit on or off.
Confirm selection.
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Overview of the main unit
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Mute or unmute sound.
Rotate to adjust volume.
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Return to previous menu.
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Eject disc.
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USB socket.
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Overview of the remote
control
i j
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h MP3 LINK
• Connect external audio device.
i +SONG/FOLDER • Select preset radio station.
• Search for track/folder.
j OPTIONS/CLOCK
• Access option menu.
• View clock.
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Tune for radio station.
Skip/search for track.
Fast forward/backward playback.
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OK
SUB-W
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PRESET
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OP T
OPTIONS
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FOLDER
SONG
CLOCK
DISPLAY
PRESET
l DISP
• Display current status.
m MENU
• Access system menu.
a +/PRESET/-/RRESET
• Select preset radio station.
n EQ AUDIO
• Select equalizer (EQ) setting.
• Access audio setting menu.
b OPT
• Access option menu.
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o SOURCE
• Select audio source.
Start play.
Pause or resume play.
p RESET
• Restore default settings.
d AUDIO
• Access audio setting menu.
q Disc slot
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Tune to a radio station
Skip track.
Fast backward/forward playback
f OK
• Confirm selection.
g MENU
• Access system menu.
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Turn the unit on or off.
Mute or restore volume.
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Select tuner band.
Scroll up/down menu.
Select MP3/WMA folder.
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Return to previous/top menu.
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k SOURCE
• Select audio source.
l VOLUME +/• Adjust volume.
m EQ
• Select equalizer (EQ) setting.
n DBB/SUB-W
• Turn on or off Dynamic Bass Boost
(DBB) sound.
• Turn on or off subwoofer.
o SONG
• Search for track.
p FOLDER
• Search for folder.
q DISP
• Display current status.
r CLOCK
• View clock.
Caution
• Use the controls only as stated in this user
manual.
Always follow the instructions in this chapter in
sequence.
If you contact Philips, you will be asked for the
model and serial number of your apparatus. The
model number and serial number are on the
bottom of your apparatus. Write the numbers
here:
Model No. __________________________
Serial No. ___________________________
Install the car audio
These instructions are for a typical installation.
However, if your car has different requirements,
make the corresponding adjustment. If you have
any questions regarding installation kits, consult
your Philips car audio dealer.
Caution
• This unit is designed for negative ground
(earth) 12 V DC operation only.
• Always install this unit in the car dashboard.
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Other locations can be dangerous as the rear
of the unit heats up during use.
To avoid short-circuit: before you connect,
ensure that the ignition is off.
Ensure that you connect the yellow and red
power supply leads after all other leads are
connected.
Ensure that all loose leads are insulated with
electrical tape.
Ensure that the leads do not get caught under
screws orin parts that will move (e.g. seat rail).
Ensure that all ground (earth) leads are run to
a common ground (earth) point.
Use only the supplied mounting hardware for a
safe and secure installation.
Improper fuses can cause damage or fire.
When you need to change the fuse, consult a
professional.
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Note on the power supply lead (yellow)
• When you connect other devices to this
apparatus, ensure that the rating of the
car circuit is higher than the total fuse
value of all the connected devices.
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Connect the antenna and amplifier as
illustrated, if applicable. You can connect
the car audio to the amplifier through
RCA-TO-RCA cables (not supplied).
Notes on speaker connection
• Never connect speaker wires to the
metal body or chassis of the car.
• Never connect speaker wires with stripes
to one another.
Connection: for cars with ISO
connectors
Caution
• Ensure that all loose leads are insulated with
electrical tape.
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Pull out the ISO connectors from car
dashboard and connect them to the
bigger end of the supplied standard
connector.
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Connector
ANTENNA
FRONT LINE
OUT R (Socket)
FRONT LINE
OUT L (Socket)
REAR LINE
OUT R (Socket)
REAR LINE
OUT L (Socket)
SUBWOOFER
Connect to
Antenna
Front right speaker
Front left speaker
Rear right speaker
Rear left speaker
Subwoofer
Connection: for cars without ISO
connectors
Connect the other end of the supplied
standard connector to the unit.
Caution
• Be sure to connect the black ground (earth)
lead first.
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Green/black strip
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White/black strip
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Gray/black strip
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Purple/black strip
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BLUE
Connect to
Antenna
Front right speaker
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BLACK
YELLOW
Front left speaker
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Connect the antenna and amplifier as
illustrated, if applicable.
Connector
ANTENNA
FRONT LINE
OUT R (Socket)
FRONT LINE
OUT L (Socket)
REAR LINE
OUT R (Socket)
REAR LINE
OUT L (Socket)
SUBWOOFER
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Rear right speaker
Left speaker
(Rear)
Left speaker
(Front)
Right speaker
(Front)
Right speaker
(Rear)
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Ignition key +12V DC
when ON/ACC
Motor/electric antenna
relay control lead/Amplifier
relay control lead
Ground
To the +12V car battery
which is energized at all
times
Connect the supplied standard connector
to the unit.
Rear left speaker
Subwoofer
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Tip
• The pin arrangement for the ISO connectors
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Cut off the bigger end of the supplied
standard connector.
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Check the car’s wiring carefully and
connect them to the supplied standard
connector.
depends on the type of vehicle you drive. Be
sure to make proper connections to prevent
damage to the unit.
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Mount into the dashboard
1
If the car does not have an on-board
drive or navigation computer, disconnect
the negative terminal of the car battery.
• If you disconnect the car battery in
a car that has an on-board drive or
navigation computer, the computer
may lose its memory.
• If the car battery is not disconnected,
to avoid short-circuit, ensure that the
bare wires do not touch each other.
2
Ensure that car dashboard opening is
within these measurements:
m
5m
4
Remove the mounting sleeve with the
supplied disassembly tools.
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Install the sleeve into the dashboard and
bend the tabs outward to fix the sleeve.
Note
• If the unit is not fixed by sleeve but by the
supplied screws, skip this step.
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mm
m
53.5mm
5m
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Remove the two screws on the top of the
unit.
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Place the supplied rubber cushion over
the end of the mounting bolt.
Attach the front panel
1
Attach the trim plate.
2
Insert the right side of the panel in the
chassis until it is correctly engaged.
3
Press the left side of the panel until the
mechanism locks it into place.
Slide the unit into the dashboard until you
hear a click sound.
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Install remote control battery
Caution
• Risk of explosion! Keep batteries away from
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Reconnect the negative terminal of the
car battery.
heat, sunshine or fire. Never discard batteries
in fire.
• Risk of decreased battery life! Never mix
different brands or types of batteries.
• Risk of product damage! When the remote
control is not used for long periods, remove
the batteries.
• Perchlorate Material - special handling may
apply. See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/
perchlorate.
For first-time use:
1
Remove the protective tab to activate the
remote control battery.
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To replace the remote control battery:
1
2
Open the battery compartment.
3
Close the battery compartment.
Insert one CR2025 battery with correct
polarity (+/-) as indicated.
3
Press
to confirm.
Set clock
1
2
Press MENU.
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5
6
Turn
clockwise to set hour.
Press
to confirm.
Turn
anti-clockwise to set minute.
Press
to confirm.
Press or repeatedly until currently
time is displayed.
View clock
1
Turn on
1
Press to turn on the unit.
• To turn off the unit, press
3 seconds.
for over
Select country/region
Note
• Select correct country/region for this unit,
otherwise the unit can not work properly.
1
Press to turn on the unit.
» [SELECT OPERATING REGION] is
displayed.
2
Rotate to select an option:
• [USA] (United States)
• [Latin] (Latin America)
• [Europe] (Western Europe)
• [ASIA] (Asia Pacific)
• [Mid-East ] (Middle East)
• [Russia] (Russia)
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Press and hold OPTIONS repeatedly
until the clock is displayed.
Tune to a radio station
1
Press SOURCE repeatedly to select
Tuner.
2
Press or to select band: [FM1],
[FM2], [FM3], [AM1], or [AM2] .
3
Press
or
to tune to a radio station
manually.
» The radio station is broadcast.
Store radio stations in
memory
You can store up to 6 stations in each band.
Store stations automatically
1
» To search for a radio station
automatically, press
or
for over
3 seconds.
Select tuner region
You can select suitable country/region of the
radio.
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2
3
Press SOURCE to select Radio mode.
Press OPTIONS repeatedly until AUTOSCAN is displayed, then press to
confirm.
» The six strongest stations of the
selected band are saved in preset
channel automatically: FM1,FM2,FM3
1-6, AM1, AM2.
Store stations manually
1
Tune to a station that you want to store.
(see ‘Tune to a radio station’ on page 17)
2
Press and hold +/PRESET or -/RRESET to
enter storing mode.
» The preset number on LCD screen
blinks..
3
Press +/PRESET or -/RRESET to select
storing location.
4
Press to confirm.
» The station is saved in the selected
channel.
Press MENU repeatedly to select region.
Rotate to select:
•
[Europe] (Western Europe)
•
[USA] (United States)
•
[LATIN] (Latin America)
•
[OIRT] (Russia)
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4 Listen to radio
Select tuner sensitivity
» The preset number on LCD screen
lights up and remains on.
To receive more radio stations or only
stations with strong signal, you can adjust the
tuner sensitivity.
1
Press OPTIONS repeatedly until
[LOCAL] or [DX] is displayed.
Tune to a preset station
2
Rotate to select a setting:
• [LOCAL SEEK ON] (local seek on):
Only stations with strong signal can
be broadcast.
• [LOCAL SEEK OFF] (local seek off):
Stations with strong and weak signals
can be broadcast.
1
2
Press
or
to select band.
Press +/PRESET or -/RRESET to select
the preset station.
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5 Play with RDS
Item
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2
The RDS (Radio Data System) function
operates only in areas with FM stations
broadcasting RDS signals. If you tune to an RDS
station, an RDS icon and information about the
presenter, station or program is displayed.
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Turn on RDS
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Note
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• The default setting for RDS is off.
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2
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Press MENU for over 3 seconds.
Rotate to select RDS ON:
» The RDS function is turned on.
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Select program type
Before tuning to RDS stations, you can select
program type and let the unit search only for
programs of the selected category.
1
Press OPTIONS until [PTY SCH] is
displayed.
2
Turn to select a type, then press
confirm.
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Program type
NEWS
AFFAIRS
Description
News services
Politics and current
affairs
INFO
Special information
programs
SPORT
Sports
EDUCATE
Education and
advanced training
DRAMA
Radio plays and
literature
CULTURE
Culture, religion
and society
SCIENCE
Science
VARIED
Entertainment
programs
POP M
Pop music
ROCK M
Rock music
EASY M
Light music
LIGHT M
Light classical
music
CLASSICS
Classical music
OTHER M
Special music
programs
WEATHER
Weather
FINANCE
Finance
CHILDREN
Children’s
programs
SOCIAL
Social Affairs
RELIGION
Religion
PHONE IN
Phone In
TRAVEL
Travel
LEISURE
Leisure
JAZZ
Jazz Music
COUNTRY
Country Music
NATION M
National Music
OLDIES
Oldies Music
FOLK M
Folk Music
DOCUMENT Documentary
TEST
Alarm Test
ALARM
Alarm
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If the radio signal is poor, turn on AF (Alternate
Frequency) to search for another station with
stronger signal.
1
2
Press MENU or OPTIONS.
3
Rotate to select a setting:
• [AF ON]: Turn on the AF mode.
• [AF OFF]: Turn off the AF mode.
Press or
displayed.
repeatedly until [AF] is
Set region for AF tuning
You can define AF tuning region:
[REG ON]
Only stations in current region
can be tuned to automatically.
[REG OFF] All stations can be tuned to
automatically.
1
2
Press MENU.
3
Rotate
[TA OFF]: Traffic announcement
does not cut in.
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Select alternate frequencies
Set RDS clock
You can use time signal that is broadcast
together with the RDS signal to set the clock of
the unit automatically.
1
2
Press MENU.
3
Rotate to select a setting:
• [CT ON]: Turn on the RDS clock.
Time shown on the unit synchronizes
with that on the RDS station.
• [CT OFF]: Turn off the RDS clock.
Press or
displayed.
repeatedly until [CT] is
Tip
• The accuracy of the transmitted time depends
on the RDS station that transmits the time
signal.
Press or repeatedly until [REG]
(Regional Radio) is displayed.
to select a setting.
Receive traffic announcement
If you do not want to miss traffic announcement
when enjoying music, turn on the TA (Traffic
Announcement) function.
1
2
Press MENU or OPTIONS.
3
Rotate to select a setting:
• [TA ON]: When there is traffic
announcement, the unit switches
to the tuner mode (regardless of
the current mode) and begins to
broadcast the traffic conditions.
When the traffic announcement is
over, it returns to the previous mode.
Press or
displayed.
repeatedly until [TA] is
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6 Play audio files
Play from USB
Note
Note
• Ensure that the USB device contains playable
music.
• Ensure that the disc or device contains playable
files.
Insert the USB device
Play a disc
Note
1
Slide the USB socket cover marked
to the left.
2
Insert the USB device into the USB
socket.
» The unit starts playing from the USB
device automatically.
• You cannot play CDs encoded with copyright
protection technologies.
You can play commercially available audio CDs
and these discs:
• CD-Recordables (CD-R)
• CD-Re-writables (CD-RW)
• MP3 CDs
• WMA CDs
Note
• Ensure that the disc contains playable content.
1
Insert a CD with the printed side facing
up.
» Play starts automatically.
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•
To pause CD play, press .
To resume CD play, press again.
To skip to the previous/next track, press
or
.
To search backward/forward rapidly
within the current track, press
or
for 3 seconds.
•
Remove the CD
To take out the CD, press
on the front panel.
Tip
• If the disc is blocked in the disc compartment,
press and hold
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until the disc comes out.
Remove the USB device
1
2
Press
to turn off the unit.
Remove the USB device.
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•
Search within the current folder
Rotate to select a setting.
[RPT TRK] (repeat one track): play
current track repeatedly.
[RPT DIR] (repeat a folder): play all tracks
in the current folder repeatedly.
[RPT ALL] (repeat all tracks): play all
tracks repeatedly.
1
Press +SONG.
» The name of the current track is
displayed.
•
2
Turn to select anther track in current
folder
Shuffle play
3
Press
to confirm.
You can play the tracks in random order:
Search in other folder
1
2
3
4
5
Press FOLDER -.
» The name of the current folder is
displayed.
Rotate
Press
Rotate
Press
1
During play, press OPTIONS repeatedly
until [SHUF] is displayed.
2
Rotate to select a setting:
• [SHUF ON]: start shuffle play for all
tracks.
• [SHUF OFF]: cancel shuffle play.
to navigate through all folders.
to access the selected folder.
to select a track in the folder.
to start play.
Intro play
Tip
• To go back to upper level of a folder, press
You can play the first 10 seconds of each track.
.
1
During play, press OPTIONS repeatedly
until [INT] is displayed:
2
Rotate to select a setting:
• [INT ON] : After the first 10 seconds
of each track have been played, play
stops.
• [INT OFF] : Cancel intro play and
start normal play.
View play information
1
During playing, press DISP repeatedly to
view:
• Track number and elapsed play time
• Artist
• Album
• Title
• Folder
• File
Connect external sound
source
1
Connect the external sound source to
MP3 LINK socket with a 3.5 mm cable.
Repeat play
2
Press SOURCE repeatedly until [MP3
LINK] is displayed.
1
3
Operate the external component (refer
to the instructions supplied with the
external component).
During play, press OPTIONS repeatedly
until [REP] is displayed.
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Search for an MP3/WMA
track
7 Adjust sound
Adjust volume
1
Turn clockwise/anticlockwise to
increase/decrease volume.
Select preset equalizer
1
Press EQ/Audio.
» Current Equalizer setting is displayed.
2
Press EQ/Audio again to select a preset
EQ setting:
• [OPTIMAL] (optimal)
• [FLAT] (flat)
• [POP] (pop)
• [USER] (user)
• [TECHNO] (techno)
• [ROCK] (rock)
• [CLASSIC] (classic)
• [JAZZ] (jazz)
Mute
You can turn off the sound of your audio.
1
During play, press .
• To resume sound, press
again.
Turn DBB and subwoofer
on/off
1
Press DBB, then the current setting is
displayed:
» [DBB ON] : The Dynamic Bass Boost
(DBB) function is on.
Other sound settings
You can also adjust the preset EQ/Audio
settings.
1
2
Press EQ/Audio for 3 seconds.
3
Rotate
» [DBB OFF] : The DBB function is off.
2
Press DBB again to change the DBB
setting.
3
Press and hold DBB to access subwoofer
settings:
» [SUBWOOFER ON]: The subwoofer
function is on.
» [SUBWOOFER OFF]: The subwoofer
function is off.
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Press or repeatedly to select the
item to be adjusted:
• [BAS] (bass) range: -7 to +7.
• [TRE] (treble) range: -7 to +7.
• [BAL] (balance) range: 12L to 12R.
(L = left speaker, R = right speaker)
• [FAD] (fader) range: 12R to 12F.
(R = rear speaker, F = front speaker)
to select a value.
Select anti-shock setting
Select blackout setting
You can set the screen to turn off automatically
after the unit is idle for 10 or 20 seconds.
1
2
You can select anti-shock setting according to
the stability of your car and the condition of the
road.
1
2
Press MENU.
3
Turn to select a setting:
• [ESP 10S]: when the road is smooth
and there are few bumps.
• [ESP 40S]: when the road is bumpy
and unstable.
4
Press
Press or
displayed.
repeatedly until [ESP] is
to confirm.
Turn beep sound on/off
Each time you press a button, the unit beeps.
You can turn on or off this beep sound.
1
2
Press MENU.
3
Rotate to select a setting:
• [BEEP ON]: Turn on the beep sound.
• [BEEP OFF]: Turn off the beep sound.
Press or repeatedly to until [BEEP]
is displayed.
3
Press MENU.
Rotate to select a setting:
• [BKO 10 S] : Turn off the screen
automatically 10 seconds after last
operation.
• [BKO 20 S] : Turn off the screen
automatically 20 seconds after last
operation.
• [BKO OFF] : Never turn off the
screen.
Press
to confirm.
Turn demo mode on/off
1
2
Press MENU.
3
Rotate to select a setting:
• [DEMO ON] : Turn on the demo
mode. When the unit is idle for
more than 10 seconds, all functions
are displayed.
• [DEMO OFF] : Turn off the demo
mode.
Press or repeatedly until [DEMO] is
displayed.
» The screen shows current Demo mode
setting.
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8 Adjust system
settings
Reset
You can reset the unit to its default setting.
1
2
9 Additional
information
Detach the front panel.
Press the reset button by using a ballpoint pen or a similar tool.
» Preset adjustments such as preset
channels and sound adjustments are
erased.
Detach the front panel
You can detach the front panel to deter theft.
1
2
Press
3
Pull the panel towards you to disengage it
from the chassis.
4
Store the panel in the supplied carry case
to protect it from dirt or damage.
to release the panel.
Push the left side of the panel rightward.
Replace fuse
If the fuse is damaged,
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1
2
Check the electric connection.
3
Replace the fuse.
Buy a fuse that matches the voltage of the
damaged fuse.
English
10 Product
information
Note
• Product information is subject to change
without prior notice.
Note
Power supply
• If the new fuse gets damaged again, there may
be an internal malfunction. Consult your Philips
dealer.
Remove the unit
You can remove the unit from the dashboard.
1
2
Detach the front panel.
Pull out the unit by using the disassembly
tools.
Fuse
Suitable speaker
impedance
Maximum power output
Continuous power
output
Pre-Amp output voltage
Aux-in level
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
12 V DC (11 V 16 V), negative
ground
15 A
4-8
45 W x 4 channels
22 W x 4 RMS
(4 10% T.H.D.)
2.5 V
500 mV
188 x 58 x 201 mm
1.47 kg
Radio
Frequency
range - FM
65.0 - 74.0 MHz
87.5 - 108.0 MHz (100kHz
per step in auto search and
50kHz per step in manual
search)
522 - 1620 KHz (9 kHz)
530 - 1710 kHz (10 kHz)
Frequency
range AM (MW)
Usable
8 μV
sensitivity - FM
30 μV
Usable
sensitivity AM (MW)
(S/N = 20 dB)
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Compatible USB devices:
• USB flash memory: USB 1.1 host with
interface reading all speed support (1.1, 2.0)
• USB flash players: USB 1.1 host with
interface reading all speed support (1.1, 2.0)
Supported formats:
• USB or memory file format: FAT16, FAT32
• MP3 bit rate (data rate): 32-320 Kbps and
variable bit rate
• WMA V4, V7, V8, V9 (L1, L2)
• ISO9660, Joliet
• Maximum title number: 512 (depending
on file name length)
• Maximum album number: 255
• Supported sampling frequencies: 2 kHz,
44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
• Supported Bit-rates: 2~256 (kbps),
variable bit rates
• Directory nesting up to a maximum of
8 levels
• Number of albums/ folders: CD
maximum 99, USB maximum 199
• Number of tracks/titles: maximum 999
• ID3 tag v2.0 or later
• File name in Unicode UTF8 (maximum
length 64 bytes)
Unsupported formats:
• Empty albums: an empty album is an
album that does not contain MP3/WMA
files, and is not be shown in the display.
• Unsupported file formats are skipped. For
example, Word documents (.doc) or MP3
files with extension .dlf are ignored and
not played.
• AAC, WAV, PCM audio files
• DRM protected WMA files (.wav, .m4a,
.m4p, .mp4, .aac)
• WMA files in Lossless format
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11 Troubleshooting
Caution
• Never remove the casing of this apparatus.
To keep the warranty valid, never try to repair
the system yourself.
If you encounter problems when using this
apparatus, check the following points before
requesting service. If the problem remains
unsolved, go to the Philips web site
(www.philips.com/support). When you contact
Philips, ensure that your apparatus is nearby
and the model number and serial number are
available.
No power or no sound.
•
Car engine is not on. Turn the car engine
on.
•
Cable is not correctly connected. Check
connections.
•
Fuse is burnt. Replace fuse.
•
Volume is too low. Adjust volume.
•
If the above solutions cannot help, press
the RESET button.
•
Ensure that the track played is of a
compatible format.
Noise in broadcasts.
•
Signals are too weak. Select other
stations with stronger signals.
•
Check the connection of the car antenna.
•
Change broadcast from Stereo to mono.
Cannot play disc
•
Ensure that the disc label is inserted with
the printed side facing up.
•
Wipe the disc with fibre cleaning cloth
from the centre to the edge in a straight
line.
•
This disc may be defective. Play another
disc.
•
Ensure that the CD is a finalised CD/
CD-R/CD-RW.
•
Ensure that the CD is not encoded with
copyright protection technologies.
Disc cannot be ejected
•
Press and hold .
Preset stations lost.
•
Battery cable is not correctly connected.
Connect the battery cable to the terminal
that is always live.
Display show ERR-12
•
USB data error. Check the USB device.
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The CD skips tracks
•
Ensure that the CD is not damaged or
dirty.
•
Ensure that random mode is deactivated.
M
MP3
A file format with a sound data compression
system. MP3 is the abbreviation of Motion
Picture Experts Group 1 (or MPEG-1) Audio
Layer 3. With the MP3 format, one CD-R or
CD-RW can contain about 10 times more
data than a regular CD.
W
WMA (Windows Media Audio)
An audio format owned by Microsoft, is a
part of Microsoft Windows Media technology.
Includes Microsoft Digital Rights Management
tools, Windows Media Video encoding
technology, and Windows Media Audio
encoding technology.
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