Operating Instructions
Operating Instructions
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6.5 COLOR LCD TV/RECEIVER WITH CHANGER CONTROL
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Before operating this set, please read these instructions completely.
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Contents
Page
Precautions ..............—..—_.erererriro eee eee. 3
Basic Operation (Precautions) ..............—.—.—.—... 4
Basic Operation (Display) ss. 6
Basic Operation esse 11
TV Operation (Display) raisins 14
TV Operation cco, 15
VTR1/VTR2 Operation (Display) ................—...w.. 17
VTRI/VTR2 Operation ...................eenimereserrences 17
Tuner (Radio) Display ..................... ieee. 18
Radio Basics ...............e.......... enesrani enn ennane noo coremes 19
CD Changer Control Display ................ eee... 22
CD Changer Control Operation ............e... 23
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ЗЕЛЬЕ ЛОВА (BITRE) recess 52
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TVE ADA ERATE (BARE) mercesscercarensenensensssnre 60
TVFE RES BIEETE orice eters ese 61
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VIRIK A DLI/VTR2< 200 EME ................. 63
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Clock Basics (Display) ee . 29
Clock Basics (24-hour clock) .......................... 30
Useful Features... eee 31
Setting for System Upgrading 33
Batteries for Remote Control 35
Maintenance and Care are 35
Installation Guide .................... 2... eee e. 36
Electricai Connection neo 40
In Case of Irregular Operation ....................—.—.—.—. 47
Maintenance .................eenvenaino ee are 47
Specifications.............—.e ee. .eer.esvnerererrr eee 48
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member of our family.
Car Washing
To avoid electrical short circuits which may cause
fire or other damage, do not expose this equipment
(including the speakers, CDs or tapes) to water or
excessive moisture.
Service
This unit is made of precision parts. Do not attempt
to disassemble or adjust any parts. For repair,
please consult your nearest authorized Panasonic
Service Center.
Power Supply
This equipment is designed to be used in a car that
has a 12-volt negative ground battery system.
Panasonic welcomes you to their constantly growing family of electronic products owners.
We endeavor to give you the advantages of precise electronic and mechanical engineering, manufac-
turing with carefully selected components, and assembly by people who are proud of the reputation
their work has produced for our company. We know this product will bring you many hours of enjoyment,
and after you discover the quality, value, and reliability we have built into it, you too will be proud tobe a
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Car Ventilation
If your car is parked for several hours in direct sun-
light, the temperature inside the car may become
very high. It is advisable to drive the car for a while
until the interior cools down before switching the
unit on.
About Preset Memory
The present memory settings are cleared and re-
turn to the original factory settings when the power
connector or battery is disconnected.
Display position Pressing the OPEN button
Fully closed Moves display to fully open position.
Fully open Moves display to fully closed position.
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When turning the ACC of the car off, the display is drawn in
automatically in about 2 seconds, provided it faces down-
. ward, (only when the power is on.)
To draw in the display when it does not face downward,
place it in downward position and press OPEN button. (only
when the power is on.)
E Drawing out the Display
[1] Pressing OPEN button
OPEN button
Caution:
Do not try to change the angle of the display
when it is not fully drawn out as this will damage
the unit. If the display is drawn out only half-way,
retract it first by pressing OPEN button, and then
press OPEN button again to draw it out com-
pletely. (only when the power is on.)
Note:
If you press OPEN button with the display in
drawn-out position, the display will be drawn in. If
no operation takes place within about 10 sec-
onds, the display will be automatically drawn in.
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E Angie Adjustment
Adjustment range
138°
[Vertical direction]
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Adjustment range
[Horizonta! direction!
[2] Turning the display upward
Non-slip portion
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Note:
* Do not turn the display forcibly.
* The display can be turned 135° in vertical direction
(upward and downward) and 20° to right and left.
(The turning angles may be smaller for some car
models.)
* When adjusting the display angle, be careful not to
get your hands or fingers caught between the dis-
play and the panel cutout.
* The display cannot be moved forward or backward
u in the upright position. Do not push or pull it forcibly.
o Adjusting the right-left angles (manual operation)
Angle should be adjusted slowly without applying unreasonable force.
Before drawing in the display
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Make sure to return the display to center position before drawing it in. It cannot be drawn in with its an-
gles adjusted.
Note:
To move the display, always hold it by the upper half
(non-slip portion provided on the rear). If you hold the
lower portion, you could get your fingers caught be-
tween the display unit and the mechanical parts at the
| rear.
For safe driving, TV operation is available only in stopped condition with the parking brake pulled.
"WARNING" will be displayed, if you try ic switch to TV, VTRi or VTR2 mode by pressing the MODE
button while driving.
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ATT Indicator
Flashes when ATT is ON.
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LOUD Indicator
Indicates when LOUD is ON.
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DIMMER Indicator
Indicates the brightness of the screen.
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VOLUME Indicator
Indicates the level of sound volume.
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(This operation is not available
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(The corresponding button on
the display unit may also be
used for this operation.)
(© Turn the key in the ignition until the accessory indicator lights.
(2) = Press PWR to switch on the power.
* Press PWR again to switch off the power.
Press MODE to switch the operation mode as follows.
TV — VTRi — VTR2
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AM/FM <— CH-C
(When a CD changer is connected.)
Volume
Press AVOLV to increase or decrease the volume.
Note:
The volume of this set can be adjusted individually for each mode,
the TV, VTR, AM/FM and CD changer.
Attenuator
o Press ATT to decrease the volume to about 1/10 of the previous
level.
* Press ATT again to cancel.
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* Press and hold ATT (LOUD) for more than 2 seconds to enhance
bass and treble tones when listening at low
or medium volume.
> Press and hold ATT (LOUD) for more than
2 seconds to cancel.
LOUD
Press and hold MODE for more than 2 seconds to switch the MENU
CONTROL mode. Press VTUNE/TRACKA to select the operation
mode as follows.
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Press to select
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Press again to
move to the
next page.
Press to select
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Press again to
move to the
next page.
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DISPLAY CONTROL screen
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Press MODE again to return to normal mode.
Press to select
an item (T).
Press again to
move to the
previous page.
Press to select
an item (7).
Press again to
move to the
previous page.
Press to select
an item (T).
<Display Unit Control>
BRIGHT CONTROL indicator
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HT (Brightness) Control
(D Press VTUNE/TRACKA on the DISPLAY CONTROL screen to
select BRIGHT.
2) Press VCH/DISCA to decrease or increase the screen brightness.
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trol
(D Press VTUNE/TRACKA on the DISPLAY CONTROL screen to
select COLOR.
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image.
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Dimmer Adjustment
(D Press VTUNE/TRACKA on the DISPLAY CONTROL screen to
select DIMMER.
2) Press VCH/DISCA to adjust the brightness level of the screen as
follows:
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Press VTUNE/TRACK/\ to switch to AUDIO CONTROL screen.
(1) Press VTUNE/TRACK/ on the AUDIO CONTROL screen to se-
lect BASS.
@ Press VCH/DISCA to decrease or increase the bass responds.
Treble
(1) Press VTUNE/TRACK/\ on the AUDIO CONTROL screen to se-
lect TRE.
2 Press VCH/DISCA to decrease or increase the treble responds.
Balance
(1D Press VTUNE/TRACK Aon the AUDIO CONTROL screen to se-
lect BAL.
(2) Press VCH/DISCA to shift the sound volume to the right or left
speakers.
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1) Press VTUNE/TRACKA on the AUDIO CONTROL screen to se-
lect FAD.
2) Press VCH/DISCA to shift the sound volume to front or rear
speakers.
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D Press VTUNE/TRACKA on the SET UP screen to select BEEP,
@ Press VCH/DISCA to select ON or OFF as desired.
BEEPON BEEP OFF
BEEP OFF/ON BEEP OFF /ON
setting TV Channels for
respective Countries
The TV channels vary depending on the country where the unit is used.
The TV channels of the following countries can be set as below.
[China, UK/HK (United Kingdom/Hong kong), Indonesia, New Zealand,
Australia, Italy, CCIR (U.A.E., Thailand, Kenya, Kuwait, Turkey, Singa-
роге)]
(D Press VTUNE/TRACKA on the SET UP screen to select TV
CHANNEL SELECT.
(2 Press VCH/DISC to select the country as desired.
China — UK/HK — Indonesia — New Zealand
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CCIR <— Italy <— Australia
(CH/DISCA : opposite direction)
The CQ-VA7OPEW can be set to the following TV channel specifica-
tions.
Country VHF Channels UHF Channels
China 1-12 13-57
UK/HK — 21 - 69
Indonesia 1A - 11 21-69
New Zealand 1-11 21-69
Australia 0-12 28 - 69
italy 2-20 21-69
CCIR (U.A.E., Thailand,
Kenya, Kuwait, Turkey, 2-12 21-69
Singapore)
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TV channel indicator
Displays TV broadcast channels.
Preset indicator
Displays the preset number when the preset button
IS pressed.
Preset list display
Displays channels currently preset.
For safe driving, TY operation is available only in stopped condition with the parking brake pulled.
"WARNING" will be displayed, if you try to switch to TY mode by pressing the MODE button while
driving.
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(The corresponding button on
the display unit may also be
used for this operation.)
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Switching to TV Screen
Press MODE to select TV mode.
Channel Selection
Press VCH/DISC/\ to move to a higher or lower channel number.
Automatic (Seek) Channel Se-
lection
Press Y CH/DISCA for more than half a second, then release it.
Channel selection will automatically stop at the next station.
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Manual Station Preset
A maximum of 6 stations can be preset in the station memory.
(1 Selection of a broadcast station
Press VCH/DISCA to select a desired station.
2) Preset button memory
Press and hold one of the preset buttons (1 to 6) until the channel
number appears on the preset list display. This completes the stor-
age of the preset channel in the memory.
Preset Channel Selection
Press any of the preset buttons (1 to 6) to select a channel preset.
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Panasearch
TV channel numbers can change in each service area. With UHF channels, in particular, it is difficult to find
your favorite because there are so many. This search is made easy with the PANASEARCH function. One
touch of the PANASEARCH button will store any channel in memory. Use this function when driving in an
area where you are not familiar with the channel numbers.
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1. Storing channels in memory
Press and hold VTUNE/TRACKA for more than 2 seconds to
move to a higher or lower channel number you want to store.
2. Changing to a stored channel
Press and hold VTUNE/TRACKA for more than 2 seconds to
move to a higher or lower channel number you want to select.
Channels without broadcast services are skipped.
Press Y TUNE/TRACKA again to cancel PANASEARCH.
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* PANASEARCH is a function by which search is started and available broadcast stations are stored
in the order of channel numbers so that the first stored channel can be seized. (When the channel
number stops, search is finished.)
* Undesirable audio noise is cut off during PANASEARCH,
* In areas where TV reception is poor, it may not be possible to store channels in memory with the
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Press MODE to select VTR mode.
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(The corresponding button on
the display unit may also be
used for this operation.)
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FM1/FM2/AM1/AM2 (Band Indicator)
Indicates the band being received.
Channel Indicator
Indicates the preset channel number.
Frequency Indicator
Indicates the frequency on which the tuner is oper-
ating.
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Indicates that FM stereo broadcast is being re-
ceived.
Preset List Display
Shows the current channels preset.
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(The corresponding button on
the display unit may also be
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To change Tuner Mode
Press MODE to switch to tuner mode.
Selecting a Band
Press F to select a band as follows.
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Manual Tuning
Press Y TUNE/TRACKA to move to a lower or higher frequency.
Seek Tuning
Press and hold VTUNE/TRACK/\ for more than half a second, then
release It. The radio automatically stops on the next station.
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Preset Station Setting
Up to 24 stations can be preset in the station memory as foliows:
FM FM2 AM AM2
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(2) Use manual or seek tuning to find a station that you want to pro-
gram into memory.
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(3) Press and hold one of the station selector buttons 1 throught 6
until the display blinks.
Note: For safety reasons, do not attempt to program while driving.
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country frequency step
UK/HK, Italy 50 kHz
Other countries 100 kHz
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<Direct Tuning>
Press any of the button 1 to 6 to tune in the station preset.
<Sequential Tuning>
Press Y CH/DISCA to tune in to one of the stations preset to the pre-
set buttons (1 to 6). The stations change as follows.
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Auto Station Preset
After selecting a band, press and hold F for more than 2 seconds.
* The 6 strongest available stations will be automatically set in mem-
ory on preset button 1 to 6.
* Once set, the preset stations are sequentially scanned for 5 sec-
onds each. |
* Press the appropriate preset button for the station you want to hear.
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| Indicates random play.
RANDOM (Track random)
SCAN Indicator
Indicates the playing numbers by scanning.
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REPEAT Indicator
Indicates a repeated playing number.
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PAUSE/AP (Pause/Auto Pause) Indicator
Indicates a pause.
PAUSE (Pause)
AP (Auto pause)
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(The corresponding button on
the display unit may also be
used for this operation.)
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Press MODE to change to the CD changer mode.
Press Y CH/DISCA to select a disc in descending or ascending order.
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Note:
The “VCH/DISC” or “CH/DISC/V is operated, has priority over
that of Random play mode. The Random mode will stop and the
disc select function will operate once the “VCH/DISC” or
“CH/DISC/\" is pressed.
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(The corresponding button on
the display unit may also be
used for this operation.)
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e Press VTUNE/TRACKA once to go to the next track.
° Press VTUNE/TRACK/ once to play from the beginning of the
current track.
o Press repeatedly to skip the desired number of tracks.
a Track
Press and hold VTUNE/TRACKA for more than half a second to acti-
vate fast forward (/\) or reverse (\/) through a track.
Release Y TUNE/TRACKA to resume the normal CD play.
Random Selection
(D Track Random Play
* Press 2 (RANDOM). A random selection of music is played from all
available tracks.
о Press 2 (RANDOM) again to cancel.
(2 Disc Random Piay
a Press and hold 2 (RANDOM) for more than 2 seconds. A random
selection of music is played from all available tracks.
* Press and hold 2 (RANDOM) for more than 2 seconds again to can-
cel.
Note:
ically selected again.
mended in such a case.
* The order of playing numbers is selected by the built-in computer at random.
* [fa number selected for track random play is not available on the current disc (for example, if a 12th
number is selected when the disc has only 10 numbers), other numbers on the disc will be automat-
* ¡Where are only a few discs in the magazine, even empty disc trays will be selected, resulting in an
interruption of play during that time. Therefore, using the track random play function is not recom-
Scanning Tracks
(D Track Scan Play
e Press 5 (SCAN). The display blinks and the first 10 seconds of
each track on the discs play in sequence.
* Press 5 (SCAN) again to cancel.
* Scan mode is also released when the disc has come to the pro-
gram preceding the original program.
(2) Disc Scan Play
* Press and hold 5 (SCAN) for more than 2 seconds. The first track of
ali the discs in the magazine is played for 10 seconds each.
* Press and hold 5 (SCAN) again for more than 2 seconds to cancel.
* Scan mode is also released when the disc has come to the pro-
gram preceding the original program.
Repeating a Track
(1) Track Repeat Play
* Press 6 (REPEAT) to repeat the current track.
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* Press 6 (REPEAT) again to cancel.
(2) Disc Repeat Play
» Press and hold 6 (REPEAT) for more than 2 seconds to repeat the
current disc.
e Press and hold 6 (REPEAT) again for more than 2 seconds to can-
cel.
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Pause
Press 1 (PAUSE) to stop temporarily while the disc playing.
Press 1 (PAUSE) again to cancel.
Auto Pause
Press and hold 1 (PAUSE) for more than 2 seconds to stop tem-
porarily at the head of each track.
Press 1 (PAUSE) again, the disc starts playing again.
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« Press and hold { (PAUSE) again for more than 2 seconds to can-
cel.
Note:
This function is available only for CD changers equipped with Auto
Pause.
Storing Tracks in Memory
( Press 1 (PAUSE) to stop temporarily while the disc playing.
© Press 4 (MEMO).
O Press VCH/DISCA and VTUNE/TRACKA to select a desired
number.
@ Press 4 (MEMO) to program the selected number in memory.
5 Repeat steps (3) and 4) to save one desired number after another
in the memory. The word FULL appears if an attempt is made to
save beyond the maximum.
* The maximum of numbers thai can be saved in the memory varies
with the CD changer used.
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(6) After saving all numbers in the memory, pressi (PAUSE). Memory
play automatically siarts with the first number saved in the memory.
* Press 4 (MEMO) to start the memory play.
> Press 4 (MEMO) again to cancel.
Press 3 (RCL) to check the all memorized numbers on display.
To Clear the Stored Numbers
To delete all numbers saved in the memory, press and "> 14 (MEMO)
an numbers have been ali cleared.
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Description
This appears when the maximum is reached in saving numbers for
memory play.
This indicates either a dirty disc or a disc placed the wrong side out.
In this case, the changer automatically proceeds to the next disc.
This indicates a damaged disc. The changer automatically proceeds
to the next disc.
This appears if the set fails to operate due to some cause. Press the
EJECT button on the changer.
This appears if no disc is in the magazine.
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CLOCK
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CLOCK OFF/ON
CLOCK ADJUST
CLOCK OFF/ON
CLOCK ADJUST
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(24-hour clock)
The set has a 24-hour clock built in.
the Clock
* Press CLOCK to select CLOCK SELECT mode.
* Press VCH/DISCA to set the clock function ON or OFF.
ÓN position: The present time (24-hour system) is displayed.
(1) Press VTUNE/TRACKA to select CLOCK ADJUST.
For initial adjustment — For second or subsequent adjustment
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(2) To set hours, press VCH/DISC.
To set minutes, press CH/DISCA. .
3 Press CLOCK again after setiing to swiich to normal mode.
Note:
Press VCH/DISC or CH/DISCA during clock adjustment, then hour or minute is continuously in-
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Direct Memory Function
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The sei has a direct memory function which calls back a station from the memory and receives it when you
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Select a desired station to be programmed in the memory in tuner
mode. Then press and hold DeM for more than 2 seconds until the dis-
play blinks to program the selected station in the direct memory.
Press DeM to switch to DM mode as follows.
(DeM default : FM 87.50 MHz)
Normal mode + DeM (User memory)
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Background Visual (BGV)
The BGV (Background Visual) function allows you to keep watching your favorite video tape program and
change only the audio sound. It is available in all TV and VTR modes.
(D Press MODE and select your favorite video tape program from any
TV or VIR mode.
(2 Press BGV to change to BGV mode. "BGV" appears in the display.
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(3) Press MODE to select a favorite audio program from TV, VTR or
CD charger.
(4) Press BGV again to cancel.
Note:
* Any button operated in BGV mode will only affect audio operation.
° The radio will be silent while selecting TV images in BGV mode.
‘Color Selection
The colors of the function display can be adjusted.
Press and hold BGV for more than 2 seconds each time, the next four
different color patterns are selected.
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To use a video output type car navigation system, connect it to the VTR2 terminal. The navigation screen
appears when the NAVIGATION switch is turned on without the parking brake pulled. (Select VTR2 with the
MODE button.)
* Set the NAVIGATION switch to match the equipment connected to the VTR2 terminal as shown in the
table below.
Equipment connected to VTR2
Position of NAVIGATION switch
Car navigation system
ON
Video playback equipment, such as video deck OFF
NAVIGATION Switch
(The NAVIGATION switch is originally set to the OFF position when shipped from the factory.)
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Setting for Connection of a Car Backup Camera
Use the VTR1 terminal to connect the car backup camera. When CAMERA switch is set to ON position and
the reverse cord is connected, the camera operation will be interlocked with the reverse gear of the car. In
this arrangement, the display will change automatically to the car backup camera screen whenever the car
goes into reverse gear.
ON GFR ON OFF À
CAMERA Switch
(The CAMERA switch is originally set to OFF position when shipped from the factory.)
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1. Remove the battery holder.
Pull the holder by the Position B while Remote control
pushing Position A in the direction indi- rear side O Lithium battery
cated by the arrow. < (CR2025)
Position B
2. Replace the battery.
Set a new battery properly with the (+)
side up as illustrated.
3. Insert the battery holder.
Push in the holder to the original position. Battery case
Position A ~~ “RR
Note on Batteries:
Old battery must immediately be removed and disposed.
Battery Information:
» Designated Battery: Panasonic Lithium Battery (CR2025)
e Battery Life: 6 months with normal use (in normai room temperature)
Caution:
Improper use of batteries may cause overheating, explosion or ignition, resulting in injury or fire.
Battery leakage may cause damage to the unit.
» Do not disassembie or short the batteries. Do not throw the batteries into the fire.
To avoid the risk of accident, keep the batteries out of reach of children.
Maintenance
Your product is designed and manufactured to ensure a minimum of maintenance. To clean the exterior of
this unit, use a soft cloth to wipe the surface. Do not use benzine, thinner or any other type of solvent.
Product Service
* This unit should only be serviced by qualified technicians. Service information is not provided for cus-
tomers.
* Should your unit ever require service, refer to the enclosed Panasonic Factory Service center or consult
your nearest authorized Panasonic Service Center for detailed instructions.
Replacing the Fuse
Be sure to use a fuse of the specified rating (3A, 10A) when replacing a blown fuse. Fuses with higher ca-
pacity ratings, use of any substitute, or connection without a fuse may result in a fire hazard or damage to
the unit. If the replacement fuse fails, consult your nearest authorized Panasonic Service Center.
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EB Precautions
If possible, this equipment should be professionally instalied. In case of difficulty, please consult with your
nearest professional installer.
1. This unit only operates in a 12-volt DC negative ground system.
2. Before performing installation and wiring, remove the negative (=) terminal of the battery. (See Note
below.)
Note:
Do not disconnect the negative battery terminal in vehicies equipped with trip or navigational comput-
ers. All electronic memory settings previously registered will be lost. Take extra care to avoid causing
short-circuits when installing the unit.
Follow the wiring connection diagram carefully to avoid causing damage to the unit.
Insulate all exposed wires to prevent short-circuits.
. Secure all loose wires after installing the unit.
. Please carefully read the operating and installation instructions of any equipment connected to this unit.
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Be sure to remove the transportation brackets before use (installation).
Use screws (M5 x 6 mm) with washers for installation.
Be careful not to lose any of these parts.
| Transportation
Display unit bracket
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{ Binding-head screws
(M5 x 6 mm)
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E installation Hardware
(The supplied package contains the following installation hardware.)
No. | Description Qty. No. | Description Qty.
O | Trim plate 1 O | Stay 1
@ | Mounting frame 1 © | Binding-head screw (MS x 6 mm) 2
@ | Mounting spring 2 @ | Flat-head screw (M5 x 6 mm) 4
@ | Rubber pad 1 @ | Spacer 2
© | Mounting bolt (M5) 1 ® | Double-Faced adhesive tape 2
O | Flange nut (M6) 1 @ | Magic tape | 2
@ | Washer assembling hex. boit (M5 x 10mm) 1 O | TV antenna converting cord 1 set
© | Washer assembling hex. bolt (M6 x 20mm) 1 @ | Remote control unit 1
® | Lithium battery 1
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Ei Installation
1. Insert the mounting frame into the dashboard 2. Bend the tabs on the mounting frame with a
or console of the car. screwdriver (at least at 6 points).
Dashboard or console
@ Mounting frame
Screwdriver
@ Mounting frame
Dash-
board or
console
. Fastening the Mounting Frame | Jasnboar > console
The tabs to be bent vary with the car.
Bend them with a screwdriver to fasten
the mounting frame securely in the dash-
board or console. — @ Mounting frame
3. Attach the mounting springs to the car audio set.
€ Mounting spring (2 pcs.) Display unit
@ Flat-head screw
(M5 x 6)(2 pes.)
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. Install the car audio set and trim
plate in the mounting frame fas-
Display unit
tened to the car. hay
® Trim plate
® There are two ways of fastening the rear of the car audio set.
* Fastening to bracket on the car Bracket
6 Rubber pad (on the car)
| @ Mounting bolt (M5) 7 Во
Display unit В
Drill a hole 6.5 to 7 mm
In diameter,
3
9
> ~~ © Flange nut (M6
« Fastening to iron plate on the car SL. ge nut (M6)
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| „ ® Iron plate on the car
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/ O
O Washer assembling Q
hex.bolt (M6 x 20)
Display unit O A0 O Washer assembling
y - hex.bolt (M5 x 10)
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+ When mounting the unit in a Toyota car, use the lateral side screw holes marked “T7.
o Use the brackets on the car for installation.
s An exclusive kit (optional) may be needed according to the year, model, and grade. Please consult a
nearby sales agent. An exclusive relay cord (optional) is also available. It facilitates wiring toward the car
side.
To maximize performance of this unit, mount it at an
angle of within 30 degrees against the horizontal plane.
30°
<Mounting the Tuner Unit>
Mounting Example
Stick Magic tape @ on the L-type mounting brackets and mount the tuner on the car carpet.
Note:
Some carpet materials may not be suitable for this mounting method.
Tuner unit
© Magic tape
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Note:
* Never mount the tuner in any of the following locations to avoid damage due to overheating:
1. Near the heater port
2. Places like the dashboard or rear tray, where it may be exposed to direct sunlight.
* Do not mount the tuner near the door, where it could be exposed to rain.
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9 To prevent damage to the unit, be sure to follow the connection diagram below.
e Be sure to insulate any exposed wires against possible short-circuit from the car chassis. Bundle all ca-
bles and should not be disconnected. Therefore, extra care should be taken to prevent short-circuits.
» Do not insert the power connector into the unit until the wiring is completed.
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Note:
For installation in cars with trip or navigational computers, all electronic memory settings previously
registered in the computer will be lost when the battery terminal is disconnected. Do not disconnect
the battery in vehicles equipped with these units. Therefore, extra care should be taken to prevent
short-circuits. во |
<Basic Wiring>
TV Antennas
TY-CA44 etc. * Sufficient diversity effect
cannot be obtained unless
all four TV antennas are
connected.
rd CQ-VA7OPEW (Tuner unit)
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-— CD changer connector
`
TV antenna receptacle RGB input connector for car navigator
a (Blue)(Gray)
Е A y 1 * See page 46 when
7 1 Te connectin the parking
| Black Blue) à = rake cord and the
Ground lead Sm ou o Display un и reverse cord.
(White) connectorll(Gray)
FRONTE
Len ФН "РМО |
ron er (PARKING BRAKE) (Blue w/yellow stripes)
cord | Tel Parking brake
(Right) detection cord
(Gray w/black stripes) (REVERSE) (Violet wwhi
© a (Green) (REARL) iolet w/white stripes)
Rear (Left) SE] Ex] Reverse cord
speaker
cord
(Right)
{Violet w/black stripes
(Black)
Ground lead Sm 2
> Auto antenna (Blue) (ANT-CONT MAX 0.1A) — ena
control power cord ` > Р
(Blue w/white stripes)(AMP-CONT MAX 0.1A) CQ-VA70PEW
External amp 4 1 ; (Display unit)
control power cor (Orange) (NAVI MUTE)
NAVI mute cord о
(Brown w/white stripes) (TWIN CD « C-CONT)
Twin CD changer === =
control cord |
(Red) (АСС ЗА) Fuse
Accessory power <= с E o
cor
(Yellow) {BATTERY 10A) Fuse
Battery power cord ete —
Note:
Connect the battery cable to
a terminal that is always live. Note: |
Do not connect this auto antenna control power cable to |
the power termina! that directly drives the auto antenna.
(Otherwise, trouble may occur.)
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<System Upgrading Example 1>
Connecting VTR1 (or a car backup camera) and VTR2 (or a general car navigator)
to the CQ-VA70PEW
TV Antennas * Sufficient diversity effect
cannot be obtained unless
alt four TV antennas are
TY-CA44 etc. connected.
EG TV antenna
converting cord
CQ-VA7OPEW (Tuner unit)
CD changer connector
VTR1 IN| VTR1 VTR2 IN || VTR2
(VIDEO) (AUDIO (VIDEO) | (AUDIO)
VTR1 VTR2
(also for back camera) {also for general car navigator)
RGB input connector back camera connection
for car navigator Da changeover switch, NAVIGATION switch.
CO-VA70PEW——t (Blue) (Gray) AU, я
(Tuner unit) | a * See page 46 when
connectin the parking
Tr ON the
Black | E De . rake cord an
Ground lead Sm = J Se vor Display unit connector reverse cord.
we connector PARKING BRAKE) (Blue wiyellow stri
@ ME (FRONT L) Gra ( ) (Blue w/yellow stripes)
(Left) = Y, E Parking brake
pealcer {White w/black stripes) detection cord
cord а пет (СГУ) (FRONT Af
(Right). _—_ ===== | (REVERSE) (Violet w/white stripes)
{Gray w/black stripes) a=] Reverse cord
+ (Green) (REAR L)
(Left) > ER
speaker (Green w/black stripes
cord (Violet)
(Right) NN
(Violet w/black stripes)
(Black)
Ground lead E 4
Auto antenna (Blue) (ANT-CONT MAX 0.1A) | ) |
control power cord — 1 Radio antenna
(Blue w/white stripes) pau -CONT MAX 0, TA) | , receptacie
External amp с (Dis varo io
control power cord play
(Orange) NAVI MUTE)
NAVI mute cord Lezo = 2
(Brown w/white stripes) TWIN CD » C-CONT)
Twin CD changer 3 <
controi cord
(Red) (АСС ЗА} Fuse
Accessory power aa A
cord (Yellow) (BATTERY 10A) Fuse
Batt er cord CHA Вр Note:
SE Connect the battery cable to a
terminal that is always live.
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(Continued)
<System Upgrading Example 2>
System upgrading by combining CQ-VA70PEW with CX-DP801/DPS03EN
RGB input connector
for car navigator —. CU-VA70PEW (Tuner unit)
j e (Gray)
y OTE | Display unit connector
AL
Ground lead sm Black) (Blue) ÿ y (Gray) CO-VA70PEW (Display unit)
Power
цен) Y ER (FRC (White) FRONT E connector
Front 9 (White w/black Stripe $)
speaker
cord & [Em (Gray) NT ERONT F R) DJ
(Right)
ee (Gray w/black o
æ mn, (Green) (REAR L)
(Leit) NS —
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Rear Sr (Green w/black stripes)
Speaker
cord © O55 (Violet) (RE (REAR F R) )
(Right)
Эс Jr w/black sir stripes)
CQ-VA7OPEW (Tuner unit)
TV antenna receptacle = m= ,
CD ch
; changer
(White) control connector
O TV antenna _
converting cord
TV Antennas
(Red)
TY-CA44 etc,
(Red)
* Sufficinent diversity effect cannot ==
be obtained unless all four TV (White)
antennas are connected.
CX-DP801/DP803EN
Ground lead T Extension cord J |
Battery lead
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<System Upgrading Example 3>
System upgrading by combining CQ-VA7GPEW with CX-VCD10EW
RGB input connector
for car navigator. CQ-VA7OPEW (Tuner unit)
(Blue) (Gray)
od
ÊTHR Display unit connector
an |
| (Black Blue
Ground lead (Black) J J ) (Gray) CO-VA70PEW (Display unit)
® [== (White) (FRONT L) connactor
Front si (White w/black stripes)
speaker
cord e mm (Gray) (FRONT NTR) Jf
(Right) | __
Jr w/black рее)
(Lett & [ax (Green) (REAR L)
|
Rear ; OC (Green w/black stripes)
peaker
cord e me (Violet) — (REAR R J]
| (Right) Ne |
—— (Violet w/black stripes)
CQ-VATOPEW (Tuner unit)
O TV antenna
converting cord
(White) CD changer |
q control connector
TV Antennas | |
(Вес)
* Sufficinent diversity effect cannot — y
be obtained unless ail four TV |
antennas are connected. S =
CX-VCD10EW
Ground lead r Extension cord
Battery lead
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(Continued)
Description of Tuner Unit Connectors and Switches
° These are connectors and switches used to upgrade the system by connecting various units.
° Refer to the system upgrading examples on pages 41 to 43 for connections.
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(1) TV antenna terminal
For connecting a TV antenna
@ VIDEO-OUT
Outputs a video signal for an external monitor.
3 VIDEQ2-IN
Accepts the video input from VTR2.
(4) VIDEO1-IN
Accepts the video input from VTR1.
(© PRE OUT (R)
Supplies the right channel audio output.
© PRE OUT (L)
Supplies the left channel audio output.
(D VTR1 (R)
Accepts the right channel audio input from
ТА.
@ VTR1 (L)
Accepts the left channel audio input from
VTR1.
O VTR2 (R)
Accepts the right channel audio input from
VTR2.
VTR2 (L)
Accepts the left channel audio input from
VTR2.
dD EXT-IN (R)
Accepts external audio input for the right chan-
nel.
(2 EXT-IN (L)
Accepts external audio input for the left chan-
nel.
(3 CHeC
For connecting a CD changer
NAVIGATION — CAMERA-
EEN
ON OFF ON OFF
Power Terminal |
For connecting the power connector of the CQ-
VA70PEW |
(5 NAVI-RGB
— For connecting a navigation system
(© DISPLAY UNIT-A
For connecting an exclusive display unit
7 DISPLAY UNIT-B
For connecting an exclusive display unit
19 9
18 NAVIGATION CHANGEOVER Switch
Set this switch to the ON position when using a
navigation system.
i CAMERA CHANGEOVER Switch
Set this switch to the ON position when using a
rear-view camera.
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Connecting the Parking Brake Cord
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Note:
Make sure to connect the parking brake cord to ensure safety and prevent accidents.
* Out of the two cords coming from the parking brake switch, connect the cord that is normally not earth-
ed on the chassis (when the parking brake is released.)
Foot brake
Hand brake
Parking brake switch
* Маке sure to connect the parking brake cord (blue/yellow) to the wiring of the parking brake switch.
* The position of the parking brake switch can differ according to the car model. An example is shown
below. Detailed information is obtainable from the car dealer.
Parking brake switch
>
Brake lamp
(PARKING BRAKE)
= |
Parking brake cord /5m
(Blue/vellow) Crimp connector
Connecting the Reverse Cord
* Connect the reverse cord (violet/white) to the plus
wire of the backup light. The backup light (with a
clear lens) is located at the rear of the car and lights
when the gear lever is put into reverse (R).
Location of backup lamp
Crimp connector
Backup light pa
/ —
Pp
Cut off here. |...
N
(REVERSE) | Y D * The back up light wiring can be
FT = reached from the trunk.
REVERSE cord /4m
(violetwhite)
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Reset switch
Man pa RL
<Reset Switch>
Pressing this switch after recovery from an irregularity resets the circuit
to its initial condition. Use a fine but strong enough tool like a thin bar to
press the switch. Note, however, that resetting will clear all memory
contents.
<Cleaning the Unit Casing>
+ Wipe the unit casing clean with dry soft cloth. Do not use benzine or
thinner because the casing and coating may deteriorate.
* |f you use chemical cleaning cioth, follow its usage instructions.
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General
Power supply
Current consumption
Bass adjustment
Treble adjustment
Rated output power
Maximum output power
Suitable speaker impedance
Audio input impedance
Audio input sensitivity
PRE-OUT output voltage
PRE-OUT output impedance
Video input signal
Video output signal
External dimensions Display Unit
Tuner Unit
Weight Display Unit
Tuner Unit
Tuner Block
FM tuner block
Transmission frequency
Practical sensitivity
S/N 50 dB quieting sensitivity
Total harmonic distortion (monaural)
Auditory correction S/N ratio
Frequency response
Separation
Effective selectivity
AM tuner block
Transmission frequency
Practical sensitivity
Image rejection ratio
TV Block
Receiving channel
Practical sensitivity
Display Block
Display
No. of pixels
Driving system
Light source
: DC 12V (11V - 16V); test voltage, 14.4V; negative ground
:8.0A (at rated TV operation output)
: +12 dB (100 Hz)
:=12 dB (10,000 Hz)
: 12W x 4CH (1,000 Hz, 1%, 40)
: 30W x 4CH
4Q
: 10kG
:600 mV
:600 mV
: 60090
: Composite video signal, 1.0 V[p-p], 75
: Composite video signal, 1.0 Vp-p], 750
: 178(W) x 50(H) x 160(D) mm
260(W) x 40(H) x 160(D) mm
:23 kg
1.7 kg
: 87.5 - 108.0 MHz
. 12 dB/uy
: 15.2 dBf
: 0.3% (1 kHz)
: 70 dB
: 20 - 15,000 Hz +3 dB
: 40 dB (1 kHz)
: 75 dB
: 531 - 1,602 kHz
: 33 dB/uV (S/N 20 dB)
: 65 dB
: See page 12
: 42 dB/uv
: 6.5 type (17cm)
: 224,640 (Vertical 234 x Horizontal 960)
Effective pixel rate 99.99% or more
: TFT (thin-film transistor) active matrix system
; Internai light (small FL incorporated)
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