Planet Audio Systems Car Video Users Manual

Planet Audio Systems Car Video Users Manual
Contents
Contents ...........................................................01
Caution .............................................................02
Caution .............................................................03
Product Controls and Functions ....................... 04
Product Controls and Functions ....................... 05
Remote Control Diagram ................................. 06
Power And Mode Selection ............................... 07
Picture ............................................................... 08
Volume ..............................................................09
System .............................................................. 10
Setup Key......................................................... 11
Setup Menu ....................................................... 12
Setup Menu ....................................................... 13
DVD Functions .................................................. 14
DVD Functions .................................................. 15
DVD Functions .................................................. 16
DVD Functions .................................................. 17
DVD Functions .................................................. 18
Connection Diagram .......................................... 19
Installation ..........................................................20
lnterchangeabel housing change diagram ......... 21
Disc Inform ation ................................................ 22
Troubleshooting ................................................. 23
Specifications ....................................................24
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Caution
Please read and observe all warnings and instructions in this owner•s manual
and those marked on the unit. Retain this bookletforfuture reference.
There are two kinds of alarm symbols as follows:
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WARNING
This symbol is intended to alert the user on the presence of
dangerous voltage within the product's enclosure that may cause
electric shock to you.
CAUTION
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended
to alert the user to the presence of important operating and
maintenance(servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying
the product.
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WARNING
Do not mount the product where
it wil I obstruct the deployment of
the airbag or in an area where it
would affect the vehicular control.
Also be careful to avoid mounting
the product where it can become
hazardous during sudden stops or
in the event of an accident.
Hazard! do not operate this
unit unless vehicle is parked
in safe and legal area.
Do not try and service these
products yourself. Seek only
a qua I ified service center or
factory sevice center.
Do no place any liquids near the
monitor. If any liquid is spilled on the
unit, pull over to the side of the road,
tum the ignition completely off and
dry the product with a towel. Do not operate the
equipment again until all liquids have either
evaporated or you have the unit inspected by a
qualified technician at your local authorized dealer.
Be careful not to drop or
apply pressure to the front
panel of your video monitor.
If the screen cracks due to
misuse, your warranty will
be void!
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Be careful not to overload your
cigarette lighter plug by adding
more than one device at a ti me.
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Use only a damp cloth lo clean
the screen and use only purified
water on the cloth .wring out all
excess water prior to wiping the
screen. Do not use any cleaners
or chemicals to clean the screen.
In most cases a dry cloth will dol
Caution
&cAUTION
Watching the monitor for an
extended period oftime
without the engine running
may deplete the vehicle•s
battery charge.
Quality installations are best
performed by qualified and
certified Installers.
This product is designed for
operation with a 12 Volt DC,
negative ground vehicle .It
is not suitable for operation
under other conditions or
voltages.
Don't touch the unit if there is
lightning as this may cause an
electric shock to you.
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Do not bring magnetic items such
as credit cards and other cards with
magnetic strips near the monitor as
this may cause damage to the unit
and/or magnetic item
Do not cover the heater ducts or
vents as this may cause a fire or
electric shock
~ Check Point
1.The operating temperature of this product is limted to -10°c-+ 60"C.
Your vehicle can reach temperatures up to 80 ·c in the summer time.
2. From time to time when your vehicle is extremely hot or cold you must allow
time for your air conditioner or heater to cool or heat the vehicle and for
operating temperatures to return to normal operating ranges. Your monitor will
return to its normal functions when these operating temperature are achieved.
3.Your optimum picture quality is achieved when you are directly in front of the
monitor(+f-30 degrees).
4.Do not open covers and repair yourself. Refer servicing to qualified personnel.
5.DVD Players use an invisible laser beam which can cause hazardous radiation
exposure. Be sure to operate the unit correctly as instructed.
6. Do not turn ignition off while a disc is playing . It can cause damage to the
DVD Player.
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Product Controls and Functions
Remote Control Eye.
This allows transmitting of the
remote control's IR signals for
controlling all functions of your
monitor.
Wireless Infrared (IR) Transmitter.
IR audio signals are transmitted wirelessly to
optional IR headphones
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Product Controls and Functions
REMARKS:
Following functions work when long pressing 1-2 seconds.
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use SD/MMS/MS
AV IN
•Caution
Do not bring magnetic items such
as credit cards or other cards with
magnetic strips near the monitor
as this may cause damage to the
unit and/or magnetic item.
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Remote Control Diagram
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Mode
Disc/SD/USB
Eject Disc
Repeat
Return
Previous
Next
Setup
Play/pause
Right
TFTMenu
Up
Stop
Down
Enter
Zoom
DVD Menu
Disp
Program
Subtitle
Numeric Button
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Power And Mode Selection
o Mute Function
Mute the audio sound.
1.Press the MUTE button on the remote control to mute the audio.
When the mute is on , press the MUTE button again on the
remote control to play the audio.
o Volume Control
Control the audio volume to your desired setting
The audio volume is controlled by pressing the V +/-buttons
on the remote control , DVD and another mode.
o Mode Setting
Select the desired mode by entering MENU-LIST4
MODE button on the remote control.
Mode will be changed as belowed.
DVD -+AV1-+AV2
o
DVD Mode
1.Select the DVD mode by pressing
the MODE button on the remote
control.
o AV In Mode
1.Connect the external devices.
(Refer to Connection Diagram on page 19 ).
2.Turn the power ON the unit and external devices.
3.Play the external device.
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Remote controller
PICTURE
o BRIGHTNESS/CONTRAST/COLOR/HUE
Selection of BRIGHTNESS/CONTRAST/COLOR/HUE and change the
picture condition as your taste,
1, Bring up the on-screen function menu by pressing
the MENU button on the unit or the TFT MENU button
on the remote control.
2, Select the desired menu by pressing the MENU
button on the unit or the TFT MENU button on the
remote control .
3, Change the figure of desired function to adjust
Contrast, Brightness, Color, ect.
1, Bring up the on-screen function menu by pressing the MENU button on
the unit or the TFT MENU button on the remote control.
2, Select the Language ,ZOOM by pressing the menu
button on the unit or TFT menu button on the remote control.
3, Control the desired mode by pressing the '4 I ti>
buttons on the unit or the '4 / ti> buttons on the
remote control as you want.
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VOLUME
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A built-in dual channel IR transmitter is built-in to the unit to allow for audio to
be transmitted wlrelessly to your IR headphones. Both channels A and B can
be selected on our optional dual channel IR headphones.
1, Bring up the on-screen function menu by pressing
the MENU button on the unit or the TFT MENU button
on the remote control.
2, Select and open "IR".
3, Press the ~ / ~ button on the unit or~ / ~ button
on the remote control to select the A or B IR channel
at your choice,
A built-in FM Transmitter allow audio to be sent to your car's speakers
1, Bring up the on-screen function menu by pressing the
MENU button on the unit or the TFT MENU button on the
remote control .
2, Select the desired menu by pressing the menu button
on the unit or the TFT MENU button on the remote control.
3, Adjust the Radio frequency from 87.7MHZ-107.9MHZ
by pressing the ~ I ~ on the unit or the ~ I ~ buttons on
the remote control .
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SYSTEM
1, Bring up the on-screen function menu by pressing the MENU button on
the unit or the TFT MENU button on the remote control.
2, Select the S-COLOR by pressing the menu button
on the unit or the TFT menu button on the remote control.
3, Control the desired OSD and color by pressing
the .,. / ~ buttons on the unit or the .,. /~ buttons
on the remote control .
1, Bring up the on-screen function menu by pressing the MENU button on
the unit or the TFT MENU button on the remote control .
2, Select CLOCK and set to the correct time.
3, Then filled in a figure of the SLEEP, TIME,
OFF-TIME.ON-TIME by click your remote control
or pressing the .,. I ~ buttons on the
unit or the .,. I ~ buttons on the remote control .
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SETUP KEY
o SETUP KEY
Press the SETUP button to enter the SETUP MENU as shown below.
Inside the DVD SETUP MENU, three categories SYSTEM, LANGUAGE,
VIDEO, could be chosen.
Users can adjust or choose different options included in the DVD disc that is playing.
1. SYSTEM SETUP
A. TV SYSTEM
B . POWER RESUME
D.PASSWORD
C. TV TYPE
F. DEFAULT
E . RATING
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SETUP MENU
2. LANGUAGE SETUP
A . OSD LANGUAGE
8 . AUDIO LANG
C. SUBTITLE LANG
0.MENU LANG
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SETUP MENU
3. VIDEO SETUP
A. BRIGHTNESS
B.CONTRAST
C.HUE
0 . SATURATION
E. SHARPNESS
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DVD FUNCTIONS
Pressing the EJECT button changes the play mode.
To adjust the audio output level of the speaker from 0 to 60.
Pressing of the MUTE button changes the play mode.
PLAY OR PAUSE(.,.11)
[DVD] I [AUDIO] I [Mp3]
Use this button to select a particular scene or play the
disc . Most DVD discs will play automatically.
[DVD]
Change the audio output type.
(If the loaded disc supports available audio type.)
[VCD] [AUDIO]
Change the audio output type.
(If the loaded disc supports available audio type.)
[MP3]
An invalid button press.
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Mono Left
Stereo
Stereo
Mono Left
Mono Right
Mono Right
Mix Mono
Mix Mono
DVD FUNCTIONS
[DVD] I [AUDIO]
Press the STOP button once to stop the
movie temporarily. Press the Play/Pause
button to resume play and pause. Press
STOP button twice to completely stop and
reset the memory. Pressing Play/Pause button
again will send you back to the beginning of the disc.
[MP3]
Press the STOP button to stop the disc.
Press the Play/Pause button to display
the first file of the disc.
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Stop
Stop
[DVD]
Numeric buttons 0 to 9 are used to enter the number of tracks, the number
of the DVD chapter , time data , etc.
[AUDIO]
You can select a track by pressing the
corresponding numeric button.
[MP3]
You can select a track in the folder by
pressing the corre spending numeric button.
Use to set various functions according to your individual preference.
[DVD]
The menu of a DVD disc varies.
The content of the menu on the screen is dependent on the particular DVD.
[AUDIO]/[MP3] 0
An invalid button press.
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DVD FUNCTIONS
[DVD]
Used to display the title menu of the loaded DVD disc.
(This function is disc-dependent.)
[AUDIO] /[Mp3] 0
An invalid button press.
FAST REVERSE SEARCHING(...i)
[DVD)
Pressing FR button changes
the play mode as follows:
OSD
COl'llDmON
FR2X
FR4X
FR8X
FR16X
FR32X
PlAY
2X rewind search
4X rewind search
8X rewind search
16X rewind search
32X rewind search
PLAY
[AUDIO] I [DVD]
Pressing FR button changes
the play mode as follows:
[MP3] I [DVD]
Pressing FR button changes
the play mode as follows:
FR4X
FR8X
FR16X
FR32X
PLAY
16
32X rewind play
PLAY
DVD FUNCTIONS
[AUDIO)/ [VCD)
Pressing FR button changes
the play mode as follows:
[DVD]
Pressing FR button changes
the play mode as follows:
OSD
FF2X
FF4X
FFBX
FF16X
FF32X
PLAY
OSD
FF2X
FF4X
FFBX
FF16X
FF32X
PLAY
CONDmoN
2X forward search
4X forward search
BX forward search
16Xforward search
32X forward search
PLAY
CONDITION
2X forward play
4X forward play
8X forward play
16X forward play
32X forward Dlav
PLAY
[Mp3]
Pressing FR button changes
the play mode as follows:
OSD
FF2X
FF4X
FFBX
FF16X
FF32X
PLAY
CONDITION
2X forward play
4X forward play
8X forward play
1SX forward play
32X forward Dlav
[DVD] I [VC D]
Used to move to the previous chapter from the current chapter.
[AUDIO] I [MP3]
Used to move to the previous track.
[DVD] I [VCD]
Used to move to the next chapter from the current chapter.
[AUDIO] I [MP3]
Used to move to the next track from the current track.
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PLAY
DVD FUNCTIONS
[DVD]
Pressing REPEAT button changes
the play mode as follows.
Chapter
Repeat chapter
All
repeattl11e
all
repeat off
[AUDIO]
Pressing REPEAT button changes
the play mode as follows.
Track
Al
Repeat single
all
repeat off
[VCD]
An invalid button press.
[MP3]
Used to change the play mode.
Pressing REPEAT button changes
the play mode as follows:
OSD
Repeat One
Repeat Folder
CONDmON
Siltje
repeat fi::>lder
Folder
repeat folder one time
Shuffle
Random
Si le
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Connection Diagram
A UOI0 1 R IN(RED)
AUDIO 1 l l N{'HIIE)
V IDE01 IN(YELLOW)
AUDIO R OUT(RED)
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Cl'I D (BLACK) ---~
ACC (R OD)
AUDIO L OUT(lHil e)
V IDEO OUT {YELLOW)
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*How to connect the DOOR TRIGGER wire
1. Connect yellow positive ( +) wire
2. Check your vechicle' s door trigger is positive "+" or negative "-"
3. Connect unit one correct trigger wire (positive "+" or negative "-" )
with vechicle' s door trigger in accordance
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1.0pen the box and check the contents.
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SCREWB
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Mounting Plate
UNIT
2. Align mounting plate with installation position and secure plate with screws
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Use the correct screws that matches the car.
3.Tighten the unit with the supplied SCREW B.
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lnterchangeabel housing change diagram
L _ __ _
Assembling the shroud
Begining by hooking the area and press the shroud over the pod. The shroud will snap in
place. Tighting the shroud by screws suppied.Removing shroud
Release screws and take out the shroud as diagram
Removing Screen back From The Housing
working on a soft surface to avoid damaging the plastic.
Insert the supplied pry tool between the Housing Screen back,
then press the pry tool to release the Screen back.
Assembling the screen back
Begin by hooking the area and press the Shroud/Screen back over the pod.
The Shroud/Screen back will snap in place.
SNAP JOINT
Swivel cover moving/assembling
Use supplied small tool to insert the hook hole, and get the cover off.
Pressing the sw.tiel cover over the swivel , the cover will snap in place
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Disc Information
DVD features
DVD discs provide high-resolution images with high-quality sound and surround
sound effects. This DVD player can play not only DVD discs of various versions,
but also S-VCD,VCD,audio CD and Mp3 disc. Each disc plays only the information
saved on it, and some functions cannot be utilized.
Discs that cannot be played
DVD-RW,DVD-REM, CD-ROM, CD-EXTRA discs cannot be played on this unit.
Also, a CD or a CD-RW which was recorded on special software cannot be played.
Region code
Your DVD player is designed and manufactured to region management information
that is recorded on a DVD disc . Please check the region code.
3: Korea and Southeast Asia
1: North America
2: Japan
4:Australia, Mid & SouthAmerica
5: Russia
6: China
Copyright protection
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by
methods claims of certain U.S. Patents and other intellectual property rights owned
by the Macrovision Corporation and other rights. Owner's use of this copyright
protection technology must be authorized by the Macrovision Corporation , and
is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized
by the Macrovision Corporation.
How to handle the disc
Don't touch the shiny side of the disc (the side with the embedded information).
Don't stick a label or a glue-based note on eight side of the disc. Don't use discs
that have glue or a damaged gluey label-it might result in damage to your
DVD player. Don't put discs in the sunshine. Park your car in the shade.
Caution
Wipe softly with a wet cloth and then with a dry one.
Before playback, wipe the disc outward from the center with a clean cloth.
Do not use any type of solvent such as thinner, benzene, commercially-available
cleaners or antistatic spray.
To avoid damaging your DVD player, don't use a scratched disc.
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Button does not wait
No1ound
Items to check
Actions to be Taken
11 the powertumad on?
Check the car battery capacity
Is the audio cable set to receive the
DVD llgnal output?
Select the correct Input mode for the audio receiver.
11 the audio cable connecl8d
securely?
Is the monitor connected with
the audio turned on ?
Is the digital audio output set
in the correct position?
Connect the audio cable into the jacks securely.
Tum on the monitor connected to the audio cable
does not work property
Set the Digital Audio Output to the correct position,
and then tum on the DVD player by pressing the
POWER button.
Point the remote control to the remote sensor of the
Remote control does IB the remote control facing
not work property.
the remote ll8lllOr?
product.
11 the distance too far?
11 there any oblltacle In the middle?
II the ball8!y axhau&t8d?
Use the remote control within Sm
Remove the obetacle.
Replace with new batteries
Check antenna C01118Ction.
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Specifications
~ Check point
When a disc is brought from a cold environment to a hot one , there may be condensation
on the face of the disc or pick up lens. This can affect the operation of the unit.
1. Remove the disc from the DVD player.
2.Tum on the power and leave it on for an hour to vaporize the condensation.
3.You can operate the DVD player without any problems.
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Screen size
Power
10. 1" TFT LCD Panel
DC12V
Consumption
10W
Screen Format
16:9
Resolution
Color System
1024(H)x600(V)xRGB
NTSC/PAL I Auto Selection
AN Input
2EA
A/VOutput
1EA
Dimension
325(VV)X245.5(D)X55(H)mm/12.8(VV)X9.6(D)X2.2(H)
Note : This equipment has been tested and has been found to comply with the
limits for a Class A digital device , pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules .These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment .This equipment
generates , uses , and can radiate radio frequency energy and , if not installed and
used in accordance with the instruction manual , may cause harmful interference
to radio communications . Operation of this equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause harmful interference in some case the user will be required to
correct the interference at his own expense.
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