Introduction
Introduction
How to use this manual
Section title
A title is assigned for each
section.
Item title
A number and title
is assigned for
each item.
Setting DSP (acoustics)
Operation title
The DSP function reproduces the sensation of various factory set performance environments
by adding reverberation to the music being played.
A title is assigned
for each operation.
DSP mode setting
Touching the DSP touch switch
brings up the acoustics mode
screen as shown.
Operation screen
A screen showing
the operation will
appear.
Detailed operation title
A title is assigned for
each detailed
operation.
After making settings, touch BACK .
The acoustics mode adjustments will
be saved and the system will return to
the previous operation screen.
Touch switch
DSP Environment
Touch switch
DSP Environment
CONCERT
Concert hall
CLUB
Disco, Club
LIVE
Live performance
arena
THEATER
Movie theater
CATHEDRAL
Church with echo
OFF
DSP OFF
Adjusting, saving DSP (acoustics)
The factory set DSP (acoustics) level for each mode can be adjusted to preference and
saved.
Touch
or
at the right of the
screen while in the acoustics mode
to be adjusted.
There are five + and five - adjustment
levels available.
Operation procedure
Describes the
operation.
Proceed with the
operation as per the
numerical order.
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Touch the switch for the acoustics
mode that has been adjusted until
a beep is heard.
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Resetting DSP (acoustics) levels
Default settings for the currently adjusted and saved DSP (acoustics) level can be reset.
Touch OFF until a beep is heard.
The accoustic level will be returned to default value (the default value is "0").
When adjusting the level for the currently selected DSP (acoustics) mode, the
level will not be saved for other acoustics modes.
Section heading
Only the section
heading will appear.
Attention
Additional points
regarding the
operations are given
here.
Go to the next page
The operation
procedures are
continued on the
next page.
The description shown above is for explanation, and therefore it may differ from
the actual one on the same page.
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Introduction
Features
DVD player with sharp video and dynamic sound
(Page 88)
Plays DVD Video recorded with high quality
images and sound.
(DVD media is able to record a movie with
high quality video and digital sound that
exceeds the quality of CD media.)
The MP3/WMA player that can play a disc holding
many music tracks equivalent to several albums
(Page 66)
The MP3 compression technology that can
compress the music data by a factor of 10.
The CD-R/RW discs holding MP3/WMA data
can be played with this unit. Also, WMA data
which provides higher compression rate than
MP3 can be played.
DSP effects for simulating acoustics of various
performance environments (Page 30)
Provides ability to simulate the sensation of
various performance environments for
matching to the genre and source of a song.
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Introduction
Selection and display of favorite wallpaper
(screen backgrounds) (Page 44)
Wallpaper of your choice can be switched and
displayed for use as the background of the
information screen and audio playback
screens.
The screen from a navigation unit can also be
linked and selected.
● Setting wallpaper for the information screen and
audio operations screen
Radio tuner for receiving various broadcasts
• AM/FM tuner (Page 50)
Enables reception of analog AM/FM radio
broadcasts.
● AM radio operation screen
• HD Radio (IBOC) tuner (Page 56)
Enables reception of HD Radio (High
Definition Radio) broadcasts.
● HD Radio (IBOC) AM operation screen
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Introduction
Features
• SIRIUS tuner (Page 59)
SIRIUS is a satellite broadcasting service
offering music, news, sports and other
programming with CD-quality sound; This is
a paid subscription service.
● SIRIUS operation screen
System additions
• CD changer (Page 78)
A CD changer enables non-stop playing of
multiple discs, for convenience at times
such as taking a long drive.
It is easy to search for and play a song from
among the discs on a changer.
• iPod (Page 82)
When an optional iPod interface adaptor
(iPC-106) is connected to this main unit, it is
possible to operate the iPod® with this main
unit and to display information relevant to it
on the screen of this main unit, so you can
listen to the songs stored in the iPod.
• TV tuner (Page 114)
Television can be watched if an opitional TV
tuner is connected.
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Connecting a VTR deck enables watching
of video tapes.
Introduction
• VTR (Page 112)
TEL MUTE
By connecting a handsfree cellular phone adapter with the TEL-MUTE function, the audio is
automatically muted when an incoming call is received. Note that the voice guidance is not
muted. (For muting on outgoing call, refer to the operation manual of the handsfree cellular
phone adapter.)
Easy-access audio controls on the steering wheel
(Page 134)
You can select the radio channel and perform CD, MP3 and DVD operations using the easyaccess switches on the steering wheel. (This function is only available on vehicles fitted with
steering wheel switches.)
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Introduction
Before using the main unit
• 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 volume so that
you can still adequately hear sounds outside the vehicle.
Improper use can contribute to 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 audio in such situations.
• Exercise caution as to 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 the unit.
Damage could result.
• Do not disassemble or modify the main unit.
The main unit has a precisely designed structure, so
consult your retailer in the event of any unsatisfactory
performance.
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Introduction
• Do not apply excessive force to the monitor.
Damage could result.
• Do not place items such as cups or cans on top of the
monitor, and do not leave the monitor tilted down when
not in use.
Damage could result.
• Do not insert any objects other than discs into the disc
slot.
Damage could result.
• Be careful not to get fingers or other objects behind
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 forcibly or press down on them
strongly while removing them.
Improper removal can scratch the disc, cause the main
unit to make noise or result in other damage.
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Introduction
Before using the main unit
About discs
• Water droplets can form on the inside of the main unit during cold or rainy
weather in the same way car windows can fog up. (This is condensation.) When
this happens, the audio can jump and playback can stop, so ventilate or
dehumidify the vehicle for a short time before operating the equipment.
• To safeguard the components of the player, the unit will automatically stop when
a malfunction occurs. The player will not operate even when messages
displayed on the screen are followed, consult with your equipment retailer
because it is possible that the unit has been damaged.
• It is possible that the sound will skip if the vehicle experiences violent motion on
rough roads.
About playable discs
• An audio disc or DVD video disc bearing one of the marks below can be played.
When using DVD-R/RW (DVD-Recordable/ReWritable) and DVD+R/RW
(DVD+Recordable/ReWritable) discs, note that only those whose contents were
recorded in the video mode can be played. Discs whose contents were
recorded in the video recording (VR) mode cannot be played.
TEXT
• Discs that are compatible with Dolby Digital and bear the indication below can
be used.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories, Inc. "Dolby" and the double-D symbol are
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 circumstances of the recording, special disc
characteristics, scratches, dirt or deterioration caused by long storage in the
vehicle. In addition, a CD-R or CD-RW disc written with CD-R, CD-RW or UDF
format that has not been finalized will not play on the main unit.
• It is possible that a DVD-R/RW (DVD-Recordable/ReWritable) or DVD+R/RW
(DVD+Recordable/ReWritable) disc will not play on the main unit due to the
circumstances of the recording, special disc characteristics, scratches, dirt or
deterioration caused by long storage in the vehicle. DVD-R/RW or DVD+R/RW
discs that have not been finalized will not play on the main unit. 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 with the CD-TEXT-compatible compact
discs available on the market. If it is used with CD-R or CD-RW discs,
characters may not be displayed normally.
• Do not use discs with transparent or semi-transparent portions within the
recording area, or C-thru discs, since they may not be accepted and ejected
properly and may not play properly.
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Introduction
About handling discs
• Be sure to store discs in their cases and keep them out of
direct sunlight. Discs can warp and become unusable.
• Do not apply paper-based tape to either the recording
side or label side of a disc. Damage could result.
• Do not use discs on which there are cracks or large
warps. Damage could result.
• Do not touch the recorded side of a disc when handling it.
(This is the side with the rainbow-colored reflection.) The
disc may become dirty and that could cause the sound to
skip.
• Using a disc that has become dirty can scratch the disc
and cause the sound to skip. Use a commercially
available compact disc cleaner to clean a CD, wiping
lightly from the center to the edge.
About new discs
Rough Edges
Ballpoint pen
• You may notice that some brand new discs are rough
around the center hole or outside edge. Remove the
rough edges with the side of a ballpoint pen, etc. Flakes
from the rough edges may stick to the recorded surface
and interfere with playback.
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Introduction
Before using the main unit
About rental discs
Cellophane tape
Recorded surface
• Do not use CD discs with attached cellophane tape,
rental CD discs with glue protruding from labels or discs
with the residue of peeled adhesives. Using discs with
those conditions can prevent the player from properly
opening and closing as well as cause other damage.
About specially shaped discs
• Specially-shaped or octagonal CDs, like heart-shaped
cannot be played. Do not attempt to play them, even with
an adapter, since they may damage the player.
• Please do not use a commercially available lens cleaner
because it may cause damage to the pickup of the player.
About 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.
CD ring
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• 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.
Introduction
About TV
• When connection with the battery is cut due to changing it, changing fuses,
etc.,all preset channels will be erased.
• It may be difficult for the TV to maintain optimal reception due to variation
insignal strength or interference from other objects. The main causes of
interference are listed below.
• Visual or audio static may result when in close proximity to overhead train wires,
high-tension wires, traffic signals, neon signs, etc.
·Depending on the signal, buildings and mountains may adversely affect reception.
·Visual or audio static may result when in close proximity to radio broadcasting
or ham radio antennas.
·Signal reception will become extremely weak when driving through a tunnel.
·Signal reception will become weak when traveling at a great distance from the
broadcasting station.
·In some areas, visual or audio static may result when in close proximity to TV or
radio towers. This is due to the influence of electro-magnetic waves outside of
the reception range.
About the LCD panel
• The LCD panel can appear to be white or black when seen from certain angles.
• The screen will be difficult to read when external light such as sunlight falls on
the display.
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