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Panasonic CQDFX301 User manual
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RDS (Radio Data System)
RDS Basics
The following functions are available when receiving RDS stations.
PS Display
(Program Service name)
The name of station is displayed
instead of the frequency.
CT Service
(Clock Time)
When receiving an RDS station, the
CT (Clock Time) service automatically
adjusts the time.
"NO CT" is displayed in areas where
CT service is not available.
(=> Page 15 for Clock Set)
AF
(Alternative Frequency list)
When reception is poor, an RDS sta-
tion broadcasting the same program
is tuned in automatically.
AF Mode
Press [AF] to select one of the
following ÀF modes:
Display Change
Press [DISP] to change the
display as follows,
PS (Program Service Name)(Default)
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AF
Frequency | J seconds
FMI ES EE
GT (Clock Time)
AF 1 Mode
(Default)
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AF OFF Mode
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Auto Preset Memory
Auto preset of RDS stations works
only when AF mode is on.
Best Station Research
Best Station Research is automatically
activated to store the station with the
best reception for each preset button.
Pl (Program Identification) Seek
If Best Station Research does not
work properly and reception is poor
when tuning in a preset station, press
the same preset button again. Pl
Seek will search an AF station with
good reception.
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Low level AF operating sensitivity.
High level AF operating sensitivity.
When the AF network of an RDS
station is not required
REG (Region) Mode
Changes the selection range of AF,
Best Station Research and Pl Seek.
Press and hold [AF] (REG) when AF
mode is on.
REG ON
The frequency is changed only for
programs within the region.
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The frequency is changed also for
programs outside the region.
RDS service availability varies with areas. Please understand if RDS service is not available in your area,
the following service is not available, either. This chapter explains the summary and operation regarding
RDS.
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Traffic Announcements
Some RDS FM stations periodically
provide traffic information.
TP
(Traffic Program identification)
Broadcasting of traffic information
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TA
(Traffic Announcements identification)
Radio announcements on traffic condi-
tions
TA Mode
— TAN
Press [TA] to switch TA mode on
and off.
TA Volume Set
. (Volume Level : 0 to 40)
Press [AVOL] or [\/ VOL] while receiving traffic
announcements .
The TA volume differs from the regular volume (by up
to 5 levels).
TA in CD/CD Changer Mode
When TA is on, CD or CD changer playback will be
interrupted by FM traffic announcements.
Muting in TA Mode
To listen only to Traffic Announcements while muting,
press and hold [TA] for more than 2 seconds.
To cancel the muting TA on mode (muting in TA mode»
TA mode), take either following two.
e Press [TA] again.
e Press [A VOL] several times.
Note: To switch to TA off, press [TA] again and hold for
more than 2 seconds.
TP Auto Search
When reception of a TP station is poor, TP Auto Search
will automatically search for a TP station with better
reception.
Seek and Preset Station
TP Seek Tuning
Seek tunes only TP stations, Le Page 10)
Auto TP Station Preset E
The 6 strongest TP stations are Me in memory. @ Page 11)
Tuning in a TP Preset Station Fo = Page 11)
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RDS (Radio Data System) (continued)
RDS FM stations provide a program type identification signal.
Example: news, rock, classical music, etc.
PTY Reception (Program Type)
PTY Mode ~
Press [PTY] to switch PTY display mode on
or of PTY on
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When there is no corresponding program | ;
type, “NO PTY" is display
SPEECH ~~ MUSIC » NEWS — AFFAIRS —
INFO » SPORT ~~» EDUCATE — DRAMA —
CULTURES > SCIENCE ~~ VARIED > POP M +
ROCKM — M.0O.R.M > LIGHTM ~~» CLASSICS —
OTHERM — WEATHER > FINANCE —— CHILDREN —
SOCIAL A — RELIGION + PHONEIN —> TRAVEL —
LEISURE — JAZZ > COUNTRY — NATIONAL —
OLDIES —+ FOLKM — DOCUMENT —
Select the desired program and press [BAND].
Seek will start to tune in to a station broadcast-
Ing the selected program type.
PTY display in Swedishh= ——
Press [DISP] to switch the PTY display
language as follows.
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| <English>
| <Swedish>
PTY Selection PTY Search
Press [>TUNE] to change the program type select a program type by pressing the preset
as follows. ([<TUNE] : opposite direction) button.
The preset program type appears on the display
for 5 seconds.
(Example) Press preset button [1].
ODA
PTY
Press the same preset button again (or press
[BAND]) to tune in the desired program type
station.
(Example) Press preset button [1] again,
“—PTY Preset Change
Select a program type by using PTY Selection or
pressing PTY Preset buttons.
POP M
PTY
Press and hold one of the buttons [1] to [6].
(Example) Press and hold preset button [2].
NEW
Clock Set
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clock as follows. 5
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PTY Type Preset 10
Program types are stored in memory under preset buttons
[1] to [6] as shown in the table below.
To tune in the desired program type, press any of preset but-
tons [1] to [6].
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News ICE NEWS
REE vos / INFO
EDUCATE / DRAMA
CULTURES / SCIENCE
VARIED / WEATHER
2 | Speech | MAA FINANCE / CHILDREN
SOCIAL A / RELIGION
PHONE IN / TRAVEL
LEISURE / DOCUMENT
3 Sport [SPORT |: SPORT
4 | Pop. Music POP.M
ROCK M / M.O.R.M
LIGHT M / OTHER M
Other
6 Music Ea JAZZ / COUNTRY
NATIONAL / OLDIES
| FOLK M
EON (Enhanced Other Networks)
When EON data is received, the EON indicator lights and the
TA and AF functions are expanded as follows.
TA : Traffic information from the current and other network
stations can be received.
AF : The frequency list of preset RDS stations is updated by
EON data.
EON enables the radio to make fuller use of RDS information.
It constantly updates the AF list of preset stations, including
that currently tuned in to. For example, if you preset a sta-
tion far from home, you will later be able to receive the same
station at an alternative frequency, or any other station serv-
ing the same program. EON also keeps track of locally avail-
able TP stations for quick reception.
Emergency Announcement
Reception
When an emergency announcement is broadcast, the unit is
automatically switched to receiving that broadcast. If this
happens in a mode other than radio mode (CD mode, CD
Changer mode) or in Muting in TA mode, "ALARM" blinks on
the display.
BAND
СОНОРХЗО!
CTUNES
Al TRACK FE,
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AM Band - —
O Press [BAND] to change t to ) AM band.
(AM band)
Hours —— ВН
© Press and ind hold [DISP]
Minutes ——————
@ Press [DISP].
(end)
Note: Hold [CTUNE] or [>TUNE] to
change numbers rapidly.
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CD Player and CD Changer
Disc Insert and Playback
O Open the front panel.
O Insert a disc.
O Close the front panel manually,
Play back will start automatically.
Caution: Make sure that the disc indicator (©)
is off before loading a disc. If the disc indicator is
on, eject the disc.
Stop and Disc Eject
@ Open the front panel.
O Press [£4] to stop CD play and eject the disc.
O Close the front panel manually.
Label side
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| Caution: Only 12em ED is available for this unit.
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COMPACT
| ONLY USE DISCS CARRYING THE LABEL
SHOWN ON THE RIGHT
How to hold the CD
e Do not touch the underside of the disc.
e Do not make scratehes on the disc.
e Do not bend disc.
e When not in use, keep CD In the case.
DIGITAL AUDIO
Label side
Do not use irregularly
shaped CDs
Do not leave discs in the
following places:
e Direct sunlight
e Dirty, dusty and damp area
e Near car heaters
® Seats and dashboards
Disc Cleaning
Use a dry, soft cloth to wipe
from the center outward,
<Right>
Caution on New Discs
A new disc may have rough edges on
its inner and outer perimeter. These
may cause malfunction.
<Wrong>
Rough edge
Remove the rough edges
using a pencil, etc,
Listening to a CD
Mode Selection
Press [SOURCE] to select the
CD or CD changer mode.
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(When a CD is inserted)
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anger Is connected)
Track Selection
[TRACK] : Advance to the next track.
[44TRACK] : Back to beginning of the
current track.
Back to previous track.
(Press twice)
Track Search
Press and hold
[>>TRACK] : Fast forward
[44TRACK] : Fast backward
Release to resume the
regular CD or CD
changer play.
Various Way of Listening
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or
Track
Track
Disc
(Only for CD
Changer)
Track
Note: The CD changer functions are designed for an optional CD changer unit.
<CD Changer Display>
<CD Player Display> Disc Track
Track Number Playing Time Number Number
— Display Change
CO-DFAIOIN er RE TS
RANDON BEAN - Um
Eg ol OS SCAN REPO
Disc Indicator
Random Scan Repeat
Disc Selection (Only for CD Changer)
[1] (NV DISC): Previous disc.
[2] (/ADISC): Next disc.
Press [DISP] to switch to the
clock display.
Press again to cancel.
e Press [4] (R »).
All tracks (on all discs in the CD changer magazine”) are
played in random order.
e Press again to cancel.
(* : CD Changer)
Error Display Messages for CD/CD Changer
CD is dirty or inverted. The disc will be ejected auto-
matically.
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Playing Time
e Press [5] (SCAN).
The first 10 seconds of each track on the disc are played in
sequence. mg | ps
e Press again to cancel.
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® Press and hold [5] (SCAN) for more than 2 seconds.
The first track of all discs in the magazines is played for 10
seconds each.
e Press again to cancel.
CD stops operating for some reason. Please eject the
CD. If the error message ES is still displayed, please
turn off the car engine (ACC off) and remove the fuse
from the battery lead (yellow) for 1 minute or more.
Then reinstall the fuse.
e Press [6] (REPEAT).
The current track is repeated.
e Press again to cancel. ЧЕ A y LA
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There is no disc in the magazine.
(Only for CD changer)
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installation
e Before installation, check the radio operation with antenna and
speakers.
® Disconnect the cable from the negative (=) battery terminal
(see caution below).
e Unit should be installed in a horizontal position with the front
end up at a convenient angle, but not more than 30°.
Caution: Do not disconnect the battery terminals of a car
with trip or navigational computer since all user settings
stored in memory will be lost. ta take ma care with
installing the unit to prevant shorts. E
Dashboard Installation RY
Installation Opening | | |
The unit can be installed in
any dashboard having an р 182 mm —=
opening as shown at right.
The dashboard should be
4.5 mm - 6 mm thick in order to be able to support the unit.
Installation Precautions
This product should be installed by a professional installer, if pos-
sible.
In case of difficulty, please consult your nearest authorized
Panasonic Service Center.
1. This system is to be used only in a 12-volt, DC battery system
(car) with negative ground.
2. Follow the electrical connections carefully (=» Page 22).
Failure to do so may result in damage to the unit.
3. Connect the power lead (red) after all other connections are
made.
4. Be sure to connect the battery lead (yellow) to the positive ter-
minal (+) of the battery or fuse block (BAT) terminal,
5. Insulate all exposed wires to prevent short circuiting.
6. Secure all loose wires after installing the unit.
7. Please carefully read the operating and installation instructions
of the respective equipment before connecting it to this unit.
® We strongly recommend that you wear gloves
for Installation Work to protect yourself from -
injuries.
First complete the electrical connections, and then
check them for correctness. (=» Page 22)
Lock Lever ()
Power Connector (3)
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When bending the mounting tab ofthe mounts |
1 A collar with a screwdriver, ня ou nog os
eu qu hands and fingers. S
Insert Mounting Collar (1) into
the dashboard, and bend the
mounting tabs out with a screw-
driver.
- Mounting Tabs
- Mounting Bolt (2)
Secure the rear of the unit.
After fixing Mounting Bolt (2) and Power
Connector (3), fix the rear of the unit to the car
Insert Trim Plate 5).
After installation reconnect the
negative (—) battery terminal.
body by either method (a) or (b) shown at right.
Supplied Hardware
No.
Item Diagram | Q
1) | Mounting Collar
(2) | Mounting Bolt (5 mma)
(3) | Power Connector
(4) | Removable Face Plate Case
5) | Trim Plate
| (6) | 150 Antenna Adapter
Make sure that the lock lever (#)
is flush with the mounting collar
(not projecting outward).
Lock Lever
(a) Using the Rear Support strap (Option)
Fire Wall of Car
— à mma
A
Hex. Nut (Option)
Tapping Screw (Option)
Rear Support Strap (Option)
Xo (2Mounting E Bolt
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(в) Using the Rubber Cushion (Option)
Rear Support Bracket
(Provided on the car)
Rubber Cushion
ск (Option) \
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Installation (continued)
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(a) Open the face plate. ir =0 Op IR , in den ©
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(b) Push the face plate to either the right or left, A TT Во ZA
then pull it out toward you.
0) Remove the trim plate (5; with a screwdriver.
& Pull out the unit while pushing down the lock
lever with a screwdriver, Lock Lever
@D Remove the unit pulling with both hands.
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Cautions: AE E a uu CE EE.
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Anti-Theft System
This unit is equipped with a removable face plate. Removing
this face plate makes the radio totally inoperable.
Place Removable Face Plate
into Case
O Switch off the power of the unit.
@ Remove the removable face plate. (=> Page 20)
O Gently press the bottom of the case and open the cover.
Place the face plate into the case and take it with you
when you leave the car.
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Cautions:
e This face plate is not water-proof. Do not expose It to water or excessive moisture,
e Do not remove the face plate while driving your car.
e Do not place the face plate on the dashboard or nearby areas where the temperature rises to high levels.
Install Removable Face Plate
O Fit the face plate with its right or left hole on one of the
pins provided on the main unit.
@ Fit the other hole on the other pin applying slight pres-
sure.
O Move the face plate up and down a few times to make
sure it is secure. Then close the front panel and press
down the right side of the face plate until it clicks into
place.
Panel Removal Alarm
This alarm sounds to warn you not to forget to remove the
panel before leaving your car.
@ Press and hold [SEL] to change to display control
mode. ("PATTERN" is displayed.) (=> Page 8)
@ Press [SEL]. "LED On" or “LED OFF" is displayed.
O Press [C TUNE] or [>TUNE] to turn the Panel
Removal Alarm on or off. (LED ON or OFF)
on
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Display “Alarm
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Electrical Connections
Cable Wiring Diagram
Example : Connection with CD changer CX-DP88N (Option)
CD Changer Er rl
CX-DP88N ius
Extension Cord
(DIN/BATT/RCA/GND) D (Black)
pr —— [rr ~ == —
Fuse (3A) (Yellow)
Changer Control DIN Cord
E
& (L)(White) '
| ACA Cord | (R)(Red) $ CD Changer
Control
Antenna Connector
CD Receiver a
CQ-DFX301N |
(61150 Antenna _ à ‘
; Adapter !
(Tneeded) EY
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3)
Preamp Out Connector (Rear) LL Shower or
CD Changer Input Connector |
Speakers
Rear Left + — ® (Brown)
Rear Left — SES (Green) —
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Front Left + RA (White) — — (Green w/black stripe)
Front Right + —* x (Gray) —. *— (White w/black stripe)
Front Right — <
Rear Right + AL 78 (Violet) —, “(Gray w/black stripe)
Rear Right - — x
— —— (Violet w/black stripe)
- TEIDE
Ground Lead
To a clean, bare metallic
part of the car chassis
3
Battery Lead
To the car batte
continuous +12V DC
—
А5
(Orange) (Dark blue)
(A) (Black)
(Black) FF
— 7
(Red) N
ACC NN
(Dark blue) Hesistor(1 k£2) J
BATTERY 15A | 17
Fuse(15A) EE
Cautions: |
e Check the connectors provided on your car (но note on page
4 and 5) before connecting the system.
e This unit is designed for use in a car having a 12-volt negative
ground battery system.
e To prevent damage to the unit, be sure to follow the connection
diagram below.
e Strip about 5 mm of the lead ends for connection (only non-
ISO connector cords).
e Do not insert the power connector into the unit until the wiring
is completed.
e Be sure to insulate any exposed wires to prevent short circuit
ing with the car chassis. Bundle all cables, and prevent cable
f >
terminals from touching any metal parts.
This unit can be connected to an optional CD changer (CX-
DP9061/DP90GUEN, CX-DP88N, CX-DP801/DP803EN or CX-
DP601EN) and optional extension cord.
e For details consult your nearest authorized Panasonic Dealer.
e For connection to a CD changer, refer to the operating instruc-
tions of the CD changer (CX-DP9061/DP9060EN, CX-DP88N,
CX-DP801/DPBO3EN or CX-DPEOTEN).
1 : (Orange)
Telephone Mute Lead (*)
Connect to the car telephone mute lead.
Note: The telephone mute lead is only for connection to the radio
mute lead, Output other than telephone will not be muted
Navi Mute Lead (**)
To the Navi Mute lead of the Panasonic car navigation system.
* Telephone Mute
The sound from the speakers cannot be heard while the tele-
phone conversation is in progress.
** Navi Mute
The sound from the speakers cannot be heard while the naviga-
tion quide is on.
— AB : Ground Lead (Black)
To a clean, bare metallic part of the car chassis
- A7 : Power Lead (ACC or IGN) (Red)
To ACC power, +12 V DC
— A4 : Battery Lead (Yellow)
To the car battery, continuous +12 V DC
—— As: (Dark blue)
Motor Antenna Relay Control Lead
(To Motor Antenna) (Max. 500mA)
This lead is not intended for use with a switch actuated power anten-
na.
Amp-Relay Control Power Lead
This lead is for connection to a Panasonic power amplifier.
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Speaker Connections
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<Right>
— (White) e Use ungrounded speaker only.
e The maximum speaker output should be 45 W or more. (If used with
the optional power amplifier, the speaker output should be higher than
the maximum amplifier output.)
e The speaker impedance should be 4 - 8 ©.
= 1 e This unit uses the BTCL circuit, so each speaker should be connected
(Gay | separately using parallel vinyl insulated cords.
wiblack stripe) e The speaker cords and the power amplifier unit should be kept away
(about 30 cm apart) from the antenna and antenna extension cord.
— [White
w/black stripe)
— <Wrong> — ——— EE
Chassis
e Never connect the speaker cord to e Do not use a 3-wire type speaker e Do not connect more than one
the body of the car. system having a common earth speaker to one set of speaker
lead. leads.
Fuse
Use fuses of the same specified rating (15 A). Using different substitutes or fuses with higher ratings, or connecting the unit
directly without a fuse, could cause fire or damage to the unit.
If the replacement fuse fails, contact your nearest authorized Panasonic Service Center.
Maintenance
Your product is designed and manufactured to ensure the minimum of maintenance. Use a soft cloth for routine exterior
cleaning. Never use benzine, thinner, or other solvents.
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Specifications
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General = FM Stereo Radio Ed
Power Supply : DC 12 V (11 V- 16 М), Test | Frequency Range : 87.5 - 108 MHz
Voltage 14.4 Y, Negative Usable Sensitivity - 6 dB/4V(S/N 30 dB)
Ground Stereo Separation : 35 dB (at 1 kHz)
Tone Controls : Bass; +12 dB at 100 Hz -
Treble; +12 dB at 10 kHz | MW Radio £1
Current Consumption D mode, Frequency Range : 534 - 1,602 kHz
, ИМ В/и\ (5/ dB
Maximum Power Output : 45 Wx 4 (at 4 ©) Usable Sansitivity 28 dB/V (SIN 20 Do
Power Output 22 Wx4 LW Radio = a
(DIN45 324, at 4 Q)
Speaker Impedance :4-80 Frequency Range : 153 - 279 kHz
Pre-Amp Output Voltage : 2 V (CD mode) Usable Sensitivity : 32 dB/pV (S/N 20 dB)
Pre-Amp Output Impedance : 600 © me : .
Dimensions (Main Unit) + 178(W) x 50(H) x CD Player
| an 150(D) mm Sampling Frequency ; 8times oversampling
Weight (Main Unit) : 1.6 kg DA Converter : MASHe1 bit/4 DAC System
Error Correction System
Pick-Up Type
Light Source
Wavelength
Frequency Response
Signal to Noise Ratio
Total Harmonic Distortion
Wow and Flutter
Channel Separation
: Panasonic Super Decoding
- Astigma 3-beam
: Semiconductor laser
- 780 nm
: 20 Hz - 20 kHz (+1 dB)
: 96 dB
: 0.01 % (1 kHz)
: Below measurable limits
- 75dB
Algorithm
Note: Specifications and design are subject to modification without notice due to improvements.
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