Dual | XDMA6630 | Datasheet | Dual XDMA6630 car media receiver

XDMA6630
INSTALLATION/OWNER'S MANUAL
CD Receiver with Detachable Face
XDMA6630 INSTALLATION
Preparation
Please read entire manual before installation.
Before You Start
•Disconnect negative battery terminal. Consult a qualified technician for instructions.
•Avoid installing the unit where it would be subject to high temperatures, such as from
direct sunlight, or where it would be subject to dust, dirt or excessive vibration.
Getting Started
• Remove trim ring from unit,
• Remove 2 transit screws located
on top of the unit.
• Insert the supplied keys into the
slots as shown, and slide the unit
out of the mounting sleeve.
• Install mounting sleeve into
opening, bending tabs to secure.
• Connect wiring harness and
antenna. Consult a qualified
technician if you are unsure.
• Certain vehicles may require an
installation kit and/or wiring
harness adapter (sold separately).
• Test for correct operation and slide
into mounting sleeve to secure.
• Snap trim ring into place.
KEYS
HEX NUT
HEX BOLT
PLAIN WASHER
MOUNTING SLEEVE
TYPICAL FRONT-LOAD DIN MOUNTING METHOD
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XDMA6630 INSTALLATION
Wiring Diagram
RCA Preamp Output
Connections
REAR/SUB
(selectable)
FRONT
FRONT
R/SUB
L-CH
R-CH
REMOTE IN
Antenna
Connector
Steering Wheel Interface Input
(PAC SWI-PS required)
BLACK Bluetooth Microphone Input
Connect the included
Bluetooth microphone.
Bluetooth Microphone
(must be connected for Bluetooth functionality)
FUSE
When replacing the fuse,
make sure new fuse is the
correct type and amperage.
Using an incorrect fuse
could damage the radio.
The XDMA6630 uses one
10 amp ATM fuse located
beside the wiring connector.
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XDMA6630 OPERATION
Control Locations - Receiver
1
2
3
21
20
19
18
17
5
4
6
15
16
8
7
13
14
9
10
12
11
1 Release
8 Preset 2 / Random
15 Tune / Track Up
2 Talk
9 Preset 4 / Play / Pause
16 Tune / Track Down
3 Mode
10 CD Eject
17 Band / ESC
4 Power ( ) / Select
11 USB Port
18 Audio / Menu
5 Display
12 Auxiliary Input
19 Scan / Preset Scan
6 Preset 1 / Repeat
13 Preset 6 / Folder Up
20 Mute / Loud
7 Preset 3 / Intro
14 Preset 5 / Folder Down
21 End Call
LCD Icons
6
8
7
9
10
11
12
13
14
5
4
3
2
1
4
1
Folder Name
6
Bluetooth Connected
11 Loudness
2
Album Name
7
Phone Call
12 iPod® Device Connected
3
Song Title
8
Stereo/Mono
13 USB Device Connected
4
File Name
9
Repeat Song
14 CD Loaded
5
Artist Name
10 Random Song Playback
XDMA6630 OPERATION
Control Locations - Remote
1
2
3
4
5
6
21
7
20
8
19
9
10
18
11
17
12
16
13
15
14
1
Mode
12
Key 9
2
Power ( )/Select
13
Mute / End Call
3
Volume Up
14
Key 0 / Display
4
Audio / Menu
15
Talk
5
Tune / Track Up
16
Key 8
6
Volume Down
17
Key 7
7
Scan / PS / Key #
18
Preset 4 / Play / Pause
8
Preset 3 / Intro
19
Preset 1 / Repeat
9
Preset 2 / Random
20
Band / ESC / Key *
10
Preset 6 / Folder Up
21
Tune / Track Down
11
Preset 5 / Folder Down
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XDMA6630 OPERATION
General Operation
Faceplate Removal
Press RELEASE and pull away from the left side to remove.
To re-install, insert right side of faceplate first then push
left side to secure.
Semi-Permanent
Faceplate Installation
Remove trim ring and install supplied #1 x 7/32” Phillips
head screw through left side of mounting frame into faceplate.
Power On/Off
Press
or any other button (except eject) to turn the unit on.
Inserting a disc will turn the unit on automatically. Press and
hold to turn the unit off.
Mode
Press MODE to select between AM/FM, CD player, operation
iPod, USB, auxiliary input and Bluetooth modes. Modes of
operation are indicated in the display.
Note: CD mode will not appear unless a CD is inserted. USB
mode will not appear unless a USB device is connected.
Operation of iPod mode will not appear unless an iPod device is connected.
Auxiliary Input
Steering Wheel Interface
Input
Insert 3.5 mm plug to connect your portable audio device.
The steering wheel interface input located on the back of the
head unit allows connection to the PAC (Pacific Accessory
Corporation) SWI-PS interface module (sold separately). Visit
www.pac-audio.com for details.
To configure steering wheel controls, follow the instructions
provided with the PAC SWI-PS interface module. After
installing the interface module, insert the module's 3.5mm
jack into the port on the back of the head unit.
Volume
Adjust volume using volume knob (00-46).
Mute
Press MUTE to silence the audio. “MUTE” will flash in the
display. Press MUTE again to cancel.
Reset
Press to RESET the unit upon initial installation or if
abnormal operation occurs. The reset button is located
behind the faceplate.
Display
Set the Clock
Press DISP to select between clock and different types of
information, such as radio frequency, CD track or MP3 CD/
USB song information.
With the unit on, press and hold DISP until the clock begins
to flash, then release. Press TUNE
to adjust the
hours and TUNE
to adjust the minutes. Press DISP
momentarily to save the selected time.
ll
12/24-Hour Clock
6
nn
The clock will display 12-hour AM/PM time in USA frequency
spacing mode (PM 10:00). In European frequency spacing
mode, the clock will display 24-hour time (22:00).
XDMA6630 OPERATION
General Operation
Setup Menu
Press and hold AUDIO/MENU for more than 3 seconds to access the
setup menu, then press AUDIO/MENU to cycle through menu options.
When desired option appears in the display, rotate the volume knob
left/right to adjust or activate the desired function. Press ESC to exit
the menu at any time.
Setup Menu
Menu Function
Options
Auto Station
Store
AUTO PGM
STATIONS
LOCAL OFF
LOCAL ON
Action
Press SELECT to seek and save 6 strong stations in the
current band. (Tuner mode only)
Activates distance tuning.
Local/Distance
Tuning
Activates local tuning for strong station reception only.
the unit to USA tuner spacing.
FREQ'NCY USA Programs
Tuner
(200kHz for FM and 10kHz for AM). (Tuner mode only)
Frequency
the unit to European tuner spacing.
Spacing
FREQ'NCY EURO Programs
(50kHz for FM and 9kHz for AM). (Tuner mode only)
CLOCK OFF
Programs unit to not display the clock when the power is off.
Clock
Display
CLOCK ON
Programs unit to display the clock when the power is off.
AUX-IN
ON
Enables the front panel 3.5mm auxiliary input.
Auxiliary
Input
AUX-IN OFF
Disables the auxiliary input.
REAR/SUB
SUB
Programs the Rear/Sub RCA preamp output to subwoofer.
Rear/Sub
RCA output
REAR/SUB REAR Programs the Rear/Sub RCA preamp output to rear.
BEEP OFF
Disables the button confirmation beep.
Beep
Confirmation
BEEP ON
Programs the unit to beep with every button press.
Programmable
Programs unit to always turn on at a specific volume
PROG-VOL #
Turn On Volume
(default is OFF). Any volume level 1-46 can be selected.
MESSAGE
OFF
Disables power on message. (example: GOOD MORNING)
Power on
Message
MESSAGE ON
Enables power on message to be displayed.
SCROLL 15 SEC Programs the unit to scroll once every 15 seconds.
unit to scroll once, then show the first 10
SCROLL ONCE Programs
Scrolling
characters on the display.
Option
SCROLL ON
Programs unit to scroll continuously.
SCROLL OFF
Programs unit to show the first 10 characters on the display.
DIMMER HIGH Programs unit to the brightest illumination level.
Illumination
DIMMER MEDIUM Programs unit to the middle illumination level.
Dimmer
DIMMER LOW
Programs unit to the dimmest illumination level.
DEMO OFF
Disables the demonstration mode. Demonstration
Mode
DEMO ON
Enables the demonstration message.
See page 24 for Bluetooth setup menu options.
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XDMA6630 OPERATION
General Operation
Escape
Audio
Press ESC to exit any menu adjustment mode.
Press AUDIO/MENU momentarily to select between Bass,
Treble, Balance, Fader, EQ, Subwoofer* and Source Volume
Level.
BASS
TREBLE
BALANCE
FADER
EQ
SUBWOOFER*
SOURCE LEVEL
Bass
Press AUDIO/MENU until BASS appears, then rotate
the volume knob left/right to adjust (-6 minimum / +6
maximum).
Treble
Press AUDIO/MENU until TREBLE appears, then rotate
the volume knob left/right to adjust (-6 minimum / +6
maximum).
Note: Bass and Treble settings are saved as the USER EQ
setting.
Note: Bass and Treble settings are retained for each mode
individually.
Balance
Fader
EQ
Press AUDIO/MENU until BALANCE appears, then rotate
the volume knob left/right to adjust (BALANCE LEFT 12 to
BALANCE RIGHT 12). "BALANCE EVEN" represents equal
balance.
Press AUDIO/MENU until FADER appears, then rotate the
volume knob left/right to adjust (FADER FRONT 12 to FADER
REAR 12). "FADER EVEN" represents equal fader.
Press AUDIO/MENU until EQ appears. Rotate the volume
knob left/right to select between FLAT (default), POP, JAZZ,
CLASSIC, BEAT, ROCK and USER equalization curves. Press
SELECT to confirm. Any manual adjustment to the Bass or
Treble settings are automatically saved as USER.
Subwoofer
Press AUDIO/MENU until SUBWFR appears, then press
SELECT to confirm. Rotate the volume knob left/right to
adjust (0-12). Adjusting levels to 0 turns the subwoofer off.
Source Volume Level
The source volume level control allows a gain adjustment
for each audio source: AM, FM, CD, AUX, USB, operation of
iPod and Bluetooth. Set the source volume level for each
mode, depending on the relative volume of each audio
source.
To set the source volume level, press AUDIO/MENU until
SRC LEVEL appears. After one second, the current mode
will appear on the display. Turn the volume knob to adjust
the audio level of the current source (-6 minimum/+6
maximum). Note: Only the current mode will be available for
adjustment. To adjust another mode of operation, press
MODE until the desired mode is selected, then set the
source volume level for that mode.
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XDMA6630 OPERATION
AM/FM Tuner Operation
Display
Press DISP to toggle the display between the following
options:
(LINE 1)
(LINE 2)
Seek Tuning
Manual Tuning
Scan Tuning
Band
Storing and Recalling
Station Presets
Preset Scan
FREQUENCY
BAND/PRESET
FREQUENCY
CLOCK
nn
ll
nn
ll
Press TUNE
or TUNE
for more than one second to
seek to the next strong station.
Press TUNE
or TUNE
momentarily to change
radio frequency up or down one step at a time. Press and
hold to advance quickly.
Press SCAN to preview strong stations on the current band,
pausing for five seconds at each. Press SCAN again to
cancel.
Press BAND to select between FM1, FM2, FM3, AM1 and
AM2 bands.
Up to 18 FM stations and 12 AM stations can be stored. To
store a station, select the desired band and station. Press
and hold the desired preset button (1-6) for more than
two seconds. When stored, the preset number will appear in
the display. The station can be recalled anytime by pressing
the corresponding preset button.
Press PS for more than two seconds to scan presets 1-6 on
the current band, pausing for five seconds at each. Press
PS again to cancel.
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XDMA6630 OPERATION
CD Player Operation
Insert CD
Eject CD
Track Select
Fast Forward and
Reverse
With the label facing up, insert a standard size CD into the
CD slot. The CD will automatically begin playback.
Press EJECT to eject the CD. The unit will change to
previous mode of operation. If the disc is not removed
within 10 seconds, the unit will reload the disc. The unit
does not have to be turned on to eject CD. ll
Press TRACK
to skip to the beginning of the next
track. Press TRACK
to return to the beginning of the
current track. Pressing TRACK
again skips to the
beginning of the previous track.
nn
Press and hold TRACK
or reverse a track.
nn
ll or TRACK nn to fast forward
temporarily stop CD playback.
ll// IIII toagain
to resume playback.
Pause
Press
Press
Repeat
Press RPT to enter the Repeat menu, then turn the volume
knob to select one of the following options:
• OFF - Plays all tracks on CD.
• TRACK - Continuously repeats selected track.
Random
Press RDM to enter the Random menu, then turn the
volume knob to select one of the following options:
• OFF - Cancels the RDM function.
• ALL- Plays all tracks in random order.
Note: Random mode is retained in memory when selecting
between other modes and when the unit is turned on/off. Intro
CD-R/CD-RW
Compatibility
10
Press INT to enter the Intro menu, then turn the volume
knob to select one of the following options:
• OFF - Cancels the INT function.
• ALL - Plays the first 10 seconds of each track.
Some CD-Rs and CD-RWs may be incompatible with this
unit, depending on media type and recording method.
In addition, the following CDs may be incompatible with
this unit: CDs exposed to extreme temperatures or direct
sunlight for extended periods of time, CDs recorded in
which a recording session failed or a re-recording was
attempted and encrypted or copy-protected CDs that do not
conform to the audio CD-DA red book recording standard.
XDMA6630 OPERATION
CD Player Operation - MP3/WMA Files
Playing an MP3/WMA Disc
Displaying Information
When an MP3/WMA encoded disc is first inserted, “MP3
CD READING” will appear in the display once the disc is
detected as a valid data disc. Depending on the number of
files and folders, this may take several seconds.
Press DISP to toggle the display between the following
options:
(LINE 1)
(LINE 2)
ARTIST
SONG TITLE
FILE NAME
FOLDER NAME
ELAPSED TIME
CLOCK
TRACK NUMBER
TOTAL TRACKS
“NO ID3 TAG” will be displayed if the MP3 file contains no
ID3 tag information.
“UNKNOWN” will be displayed if the WMA file contains no WMA tag information.
“ROOT” will be displayed if the directory name of a root
folder is not labeled.
Title Icon
This icon will illuminate when the song title is displayed.
Artist Icon
Folder Icon
File Icon
This icon will illuminate when the artist name is displayed.
This icon will illuminate when the folder name is displayed.
This icon will illuminate when the file name is displayed.
Character Support
Maximum character display information
• File name – 32 character maximum
• Folder name – 32 character maximum
• *Song title – 30 character maximum
• *Artist name – 30 character maximum
*Song title and Artist Name will only be displayed if included
with the MP3/WMA file.
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XDMA6630 OPERATION
CD Player Operation - MP3/WMA Files
Folder/File Search Mode
MP3/WMA CD mode features a file and folder search mode.
This search allows navigating through folders to find a
specific MP3 or WMA file for playback.
Step 1
Press SELECT. "MP3 CD SEARCH" will appear, then a list of
the files in the currently selected directory will be accessible.
Step 2
Turn the volume knob. The list of subfolders and files in the
current folder will cycle. Turning the volume knob left will
cycle to the beginning of the folder/file list. Any subfolders
will be listed at the beginning of the list, followed by any files.
will illuminate when a folder is highlighted.
will illuminate when a file is highlighted.
Step 3
Navigate to the desired folder and file.
• To go up one folder level, press ESC once.
• To view the contents of a highlighted folder, press SELECT.
Note: the "FOLDERUP" option may also be selected to
navigate up one folder level.
Step 4
Press SELECT to begin playing the selected MP3/WMA file.
Note: Press ESC from the root directory to exit search mode.
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XDMA6630 OPERATION
CD Player Operation - MP3/WMA Files
Folder Access
Press to select the previous folder.
Press
to select the next folder.
Note: Folder access is only available on MP3/WMA discs
recorded with more than one folder.
Repeat
Press RPT to enter the Repeat menu, then turn the volume
knob to select one of the following options:
• OFF - Plays all tracks on CD.
• TRACK - Continuously repeats selected track.
• FOLDER - Continuously repeats all files in selected folder.
Random
Press RDM to enter the Random menu, then turn the volume
knob to select one of the following options:
• OFF - Cancels the RDM function.
• ALL- Plays all tracks in random order.
• FOLDER - Plays all tracks in folder in random order.
Note: Random mode is retained in memory when selecting
between modes and when the unit is turned on/off. Intro
Press INT to enter the Intro menu, then turn the volume
knob to select one of the following options:
• OFF - Cancels the INT function.
• ALL - Plays first 10 seconds of each track.
• FOLDER - Plays first 10 seconds of each track in folder.
Note: Folder repeat, random and intro options only function
on MP3/WMA discs recorded with more than one folder.
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XDMA6630 OPERATION
CD Player Operation - MP3/WMA Files
Media Compatibility
The following types of discs/files are compatible:
• CD-ROM (ISO), CD-R, CD-RW
• CD-DA
• MP3 data
• WMA data
The following types of discs/files are not compatible:
• WMA files that are protected by DRM (Digital Rights Management).
• WMA lossless format
• Discs recorded with Track At Once or packet writing
• MP3 PRO format
• MP3 playlists
• WAV format
Playback Order
Compatible Recording
Formats
MP3/WMA playback sequence is based on recorded order
of files and begins in the root folder of the disc. Any empty
folders or folders that do not include MP3/WMA files are
skipped. This unit may not play files in the order they were
recorded in. Refer to your recording software’s user’s manual
for more information.
• ISO9660 level 1
• ISO9660 level 2
• Yellow Book MODE 1
• Yellow Book MODE 2 FORM 1
• Multi session
• Maximum folders and files - 256
• Maximum folder levels - 8
• MPEG-1/2/2.5 Audio Layer-3
ISO9660 standards:
• Maximum nested folder depth is 8 (including the root
folder).
• Valid characters for folder/file names are letters A-Z
(all caps), numbers 0-9, and “_” (underscore). Some
characters may not be displayed correctly, depending on
the character type.
• This device can play back discs in Joliet, Romeo, and other standards that conform to ISO9660. MP3/WMA written in the formats other than the above may not play and/or their file names or folder names may not be displayed properly.
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XDMA6630 OPERATION
CD Player Operation - MP3/WMA Files
Additional MP3/WMA
Information
An internal buffer provides ESP (Electronic Skip Protection) to
virtually eliminate skipping.
When playing a disc recorded with regular audio files
(CD-DA or .WAV) and MP3/WMA files, the unit will play the
MP3/WMA files only.
Only MP3 files with filename extension (.mp3) can be played.
Only WMA files with filename extension (.wma) can be played.
Do not attempt to play discs which contain non-MP3/WMA
files with the MP3/WMA extension.
Sampling Frequency Rates
MP3
WMA
Transfer Bit rates
MP3
WMA
8kHz ~ 48kHz
32kHz ~ 48kHz
32kbps ~ 320kbps constant
Variable bit rates
32kbps ~ 192kbps constant
Variable bit rates
Note:
Some files may not play or be displayed correctly,
depending on sampling rates and bit rates.
MP3 Tag Display
Recommended Settings
ID3 tags Version 1.0 to 2.0
For best results, use the following settings when burning an
MP3 disc:
128kbps or higher constant bit rate
44.1kHz or higher sampling frequency
For best results, use the following settings when burning a
WMA disc:
64kbps or higher constant bit rate
32kHz or higher sampling frequency
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XDMA6630 OPERATION
USB Operation - MP3/WMA Files
Connecting a USB Device
(sold separately)
Play MP3/WMA files from most mass storage devices by
connecting them to the XDMA6630's USB port.
Playing Music
When a USB device is first connected, “USB READING” will
appear in the display and playback will begin momentarily.
Depending on the number of files and folders, it may take
several seconds for the device to begin playing. If no valid
MP3/WMA files are detected, “NO FILE” will be displayed
and the last mode will be resumed.
Track Select
Press TRACK
to skip to the beginning of the next
track. Press TRACK
to return to the beginning of the
current track. Pressing TRACK
again skips to the
beginning of the previous track.
Fast Forward and Reverse
Pause
File Search
Step 1
ll nn
ll
nn
Press and hold TRACK
or TRACK
forward or reverse a track.
Press
Press
nn to fast
temporarily stop USB playback.
ll// IIII toagain
to resume playback.
Press SELECT to enter the USB file/folder search mode.
"USB SEARCH" will be displayed. A list of all the folders
from the USB device will be displayed.
Note: If there are no folders on the USB device, "ROOT" will
be displayed. Press SELECT to view the files on the root
folder.
Step 2
Turn the volume knob to cycle through all the folders on the
device and press SELECT to choose the desired folder. The
list of files in the selected folder will be displayed. Turn the
volume knob to cycle through the list of files.
Step 3
Once the desired song is displayed, press SELECT to begin
playback of the desired song.
Pressing ESC when viewing the contents of a folder will
return to the list of folders on the USB device. Press ESC
again to exit the search menu.
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XDMA6630 OPERATION
USB Operation - MP3/WMA Files
Displaying Information
Press DISP to toggle the display between the following
options:
(LINE 1)
(LINE 2)
ARTIST
SONG TITLE
FILE NAME
FOLDER NAME
ELAPSED TIME
CLOCK
TRACK NUMBER
TOTAL TRACKS
"NO TITLE" will be displayed if no song title information is
available.
"NO ARTIST" will be displayed if no artist information is
available.
Title Icon
This icon will illuminate when the song title is displayed.
Artist Icon
This icon will illuminate when the artist name is displayed.
Folder Icon
File Icon
This icon will illuminate when the folder name is displayed.
This icon will illuminate when the file name is displayed.
Folder Access
Press
Press
to select the previous folder.
to select the next folder.
Note: Folder access is only available on USB devices with
more than one folder.
Repeat
Press RPT to enter the Repeat menu, then turn the volume
knob to select one of the following options:
• OFF- Plays all tracks on USB device.
• TRACK - Continuously repeats selected track.
• FOLDER - Continuously repeats all files in selected folder.
Random
Press RDM to enter the Random menu, then turn the volume
knob to select one of the following options:
• OFF - Cancels the RDM function.
• ALL- Plays all tracks in random order.
• FOLDER - Plays all tracks in folder in random order.
Note: Random mode is retained in memory when selecting
between modes and when the unit is turned on/off. Intro
Press INT to enter the Intro menu, then turn the volume
knob to select one of the following options:
• OFF - Cancels the INT function.
• ALL - Plays first 10 seconds of each track.
• FOLDER - Plays first 10 seconds of each track in folder.
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XDMA6630 OPERATION
USB Operation - MP3/WMA Files
Character Support
Maximum character display information
• Track name – 32 character maximum
• Directory name – 32 character maximum
• *Song title – 30 character maximum
• *Artist name – 30 character maximum
*Song title and artist name will only be displayed if included
with the MP3/WMA file.
Media Compatibility
The following types of files are compatible:
• MP3 data
• WMA data
The following types of files are not compatible:
• WMA files that are protected by DRM (Digital Rights Management).
• WMA lossless format
• MP3 PRO format
• MP3 playlists
• WAV format
Playback Order
Playback Capacity
MP3/WMA playback sequence is based on order the files are
copied to the USB device and begins in the root folder. Any
empty folders or folders that do not include MP3/WMA files
are skipped. Depending on your software, the playback order
may vary.
• Maximum number of files: 48896
• Maximum number of folders: 127 plus the root directory
• Maximum number of files in each folder and root: 382
• Maximum number of folder levels (sub folders): 8
(7 levels plus the root)
Note: If the number of files/folders exceeds the maximum
outlined above, the additional files/folders will be ignored.
USB Device Compatibility
Some devices that exceed the maximum number of files or
folders may not function properly.
Due to the differences of USB devices, some devices may not
be compatible. USB devices must be ‘mass storage class’
and formatted to the FAT or FAT32 file system in order to
ensure compatibility.
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XDMA6630 OPERATION
USB Operation - MP3/WMA Files
Additional MP3/WMA
Information
Sampling Frequency Rates
MP3
WMA
Transfer Bit rates
MP3
WMA
Only MP3 files with filename extension (.mp3) can be played.
Only WMA files with filename extension (.wma) can be
played. Do not attempt to play non-MP3/WMA files with the
MP3/WMA extension.
8kHz ~ 48kHz
32kHz ~ 48kHz
32kbps ~ 320kbps constant
Variable bit rates
32kbps ~ 192kbps constant
Variable bit rates
Note: Some files may not play or be displayed correctly,
depending on sampling rates and bit rates.
MP3 Tag Display
ID3 tags Version 1.0 to 2.0
Note: If an invalid ID3 tag version is detected, "NO
SUPPORT" will scroll on the display.
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XDMA6630 OPERATION
Operation of iPod
Connect an iPod Device
(Not Included)
The XDMA6630 features a direct USB control system for
iPod. To play music from an iPod device, connect the USB
cable (included with your iPod device) to the XDMA6630
USB port. Once connected, "iPod READING" will appear in
the display. Playback will begin automatically. If a song
is playing on the iPod device before it is connected, it will
continue to play.
Displaying Information
Press DISP to select the display options as follows:
(LINE 1)
(LINE 2)
ARTIST
SONG TITLE
ARTIST
ALBUM
ELAPSED TIME
CLOCK
TRACK NUMBER
TOTAL TRACKS
Search Mode
Search Menu Functions
(step 1) Press SELECT once to enter the search mode.
(step 2) Turn the volume knob to select between playlist, artist,
album, song, audiobook and podcast. Press SELECT to select
the desired search type.
(step 3) Navigate to the desired song and press SELECT to begin
playback of that song. Use the table below for reference
when navigating through the menu options.
Note: Press ESC to access the previous level (up one level).
Pressing ESC from the search menu will exit the search.
See the below table for a list of the search menu navigation options.
Menu Navigation
Search Item
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Playlist
Menu
Playlists
Artist
Album
Song
Audiobook
Podcast
Menu
Menu
Menu
Menu
Menu
Artists
Albums
Albums
Songs
Songs
Audiobooks
Podcasts
Songs
Songs
XDMA6630 OPERATION
Operation of iPod
Song Select
Fast Forward and
Reverse
Pause
Repeat
Random
Intro
Character Support
to skip to the beginning of the next song.
ll
to the beginning of the current song.
nnnnto return
again skips to the beginning of the previous
Press and hold ll or nn to fast forward or reverse a
song.
Press
Press
Pressing
song.
Press
Press
temporarily stop playback.
ll// IIII toagain
to resume playback.
Press RPT to enter the Repeat menu, then turn the volume
knob to select one of the following options:
• OFF - Repeats all tracks.
• SONG - Repeats selected track.
Press RDM to enter the Random menu, then turn the
volume knob to select one of the following options:
• OFF - Cancels the RDM function.
• ALL- Plays all tracks in random order.
• ALBUM - Plays all tracks in the selected album in random order.
Press INT to enter the Intro menu, then turn the volume
knob to select one of the following options:
• OFF - Cancels the INT function.
• ON - Plays first 10 seconds of each track.
Only alphanumeric characters can be displayed (ASCII
type).
"NO SUPPORT" will be displayed if the file contains
characters that can not be displayed.
"NO FILE" will be displayed if there are no songs in the
selected playlist.
Maximum character display information
• *Song title – 32 character maximum
• *Artist name – 32 character maximum
• *Album name – 32 character maximum
*Song Title, Artist Name and Album name will only be
displayed if included with the file.
iPod Device Compatibility
Works with
• iPhone 3GS
• iPhone 3G
• iPhone
Made for
• iPod nano (5th generation)
• iPod touch (2nd generation)
• iPod nano (4th generation)
• iPod classic
• iPod touch (1st generation)
• iPod nano (3rd generation)
• iPod nano (2nd generation)
• iPod with video
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XDMA6630 OPERATION
Bluetooth® Operation
Overview
The XDMA6630 supports the HFP (hands-free profile), A2DP (advanced audio distribution
profile) and AVRCP (audio video remote control profile).
Preparation
Before you can use a mobile device with this head unit, it must be paired and connected.
Please make sure that Bluetooth is activated on your mobile device before you begin the
pairing process. Refer to the owner's manual of your mobile device for more details.
Bluetooth Pairing
1) To pair a Bluetooth enabled mobile phone to your head unit, change to Bluetooth mode
by pressing on the head unit or press MODE until "BLUE-TOOTH" is displayed.
2) Press and hold on the head unit for 5 seconds, until "PAIRING" is displayed, the
Bluetooth icon will flash every second. The head unit will begin to broadcast the pairing
signal for 90 seconds. 3) Complete the pairing from the Bluetooth menu of your mobile device by searching
for new devices. Please refer to your mobile device instructions for further information
on Bluetooth pairing and connections. The Bluetooth icon will illuminate solid when
connected.
The BTM60 device name is "DUAL_BT" The Bluetooth passcode "1234"
Connecting a mobile device
• If the AUTO-CON menu setting is set to OFF, you must press
after pairing.
• From Bluetooth standby mode, press and hold
to connect you device
to disconnect your mobile device.
• If your mobile device becomes disconnected, press
reconnect your mobile device.
from Bluetooth standby mode to
• To connect a previously paired mobile device:
1) Disconnect any mobile devices by pressing and holding
for 5 seconds.
2) Press SELECT. "DEVICE NAME" will appear on the LCD.
2) Turn the volume knob to cycle through the list of devices 1 through 8.
3) Press to connect to the desired device. It must be in range to connect.
Note: When a device number is selected, i will take a few moments for the device name to
appear on the bottom line of the LCD.
Compatibility
• Due to the differences in Bluetooth technology, some mobile devices may be
incompatible or function improperly when used with the XDMA6630.
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XDMA6630 OPERATION
Bluetooth® Operation
Function
Description
Press once. "Enter Number" will be shown, then an "_" will
appear on the display.
Input the desired phone number using the 0-9, *, # buttons on the
Making a Phone Call remote control. Press to begin dialing.
A phone call may also be placed from your mobile device using
the keypad, phone book or speed dial. When a call is placed from
a mobile device, “DIALING” will appear on the head unit display.
If an incoming call is detected, the head unit will automatically
switch to Bluetooth mode.
The incoming phone number will scroll across the display, the
phone icon will flash on the display, and a ring tone will be
audible from the vehicle speakers. See Bluetooth Settings for
Receiving a Phone speaker configurations.
Call
Note: The ring audio level will depend the mobile device and head
unit ring volume and audio settings. If the ringer on the mobile
device is off, you may not hear an incoming ring tone.
Press on the head unit to receive a call. The phone icon in the
display will illuminate solid.
The head unit will display the elapsed time of the phone call.
During a Phone Call The volume knob will adjust the volume of the call.
Press MUTE to mute the microphone during a call.
To refuse an incoming phone call, press and hold
for 3
seconds.
Press
to end a call. Ending a Phone Call If the phone call was received, the head unit will return to
previous mode when call is ended.
Press twice consecutively to redial the last number.
Redial
Refusing a Call
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XDMA6630 OPERATION
Bluetooth® Operation
Description
Function
While a mobile device is connected, press SELECT. The head unit
will display "RECENT CALLS." This will list the previous 10 calls that
were received by or placed from the XDMA6630.
Recent call menu
Rotate the volume knob to cycle through the list of phone numbers
Audio Transfer
Call Waiting
Call Hold
Press to begin dialing the selected number while it is displayed.
“DIALING” will appear on the head unit display.
To transfer the phone call between the head unit and the mobile
device, press and hold DISP for 3 seconds during a call. Tip: transfer
audio to your mobile device before turning the head unit off.
When there is a second call incoming, press to activate call
waiting. The current call will be placed on hold, and the second call
will be active. Press again to return to the first call.
During a phone call, press to place the current call on hold. To
resume the phone call, press again.
Bluetooth Setup Menu
Menu Function
Bluetooth Mode
Options
BL'TOOTH ON
BL'TOOTH OFF
AUTO CON ON
Auto Connect
AUTO CON OFF
Action
Enables the Bluetooth feature. The Bluetooth icon
will flash every 10 seconds when not paired to a
mobile device.
Disables Bluetooth support.
Allows the XDMA6630 to automatically (re)connect
to the most recently connected mobile device. Note:
Some mobile devices do not support this feature.
Disables the auto connect feature. You must always
press
to connect a mobile device.
Disables the auto answer feature. Press to
receive an incoming call.
Auto Answer
All incoming calls will be answered automatically
AUTO ANS ON
after 2-3 rings without notification.
BT SPKRS FRONT Directs the Bluetooth audio to the front speakers.
Bluetooth Audio
BT SPKRS ALL Directs the Bluetooth audio to all 4 speakers.
AUTO ANS OFF
*See page 7 for Setup Menu navigation
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XDMA6630 OPERATION
Bluetooth® Operation
Bluetooth Streaming Audio Operation
(Bluetooth Audio Mode)
The XDMA6630 supports A2DP (advanced audio distribution profile) wireless streaming
audio from your Bluetooth mobile device directly to your head unit. You can also control
your music from the front panel of the head unit using AVRCP (audio video remote control
profile).
Notes:
• To stream music to your head unit, your mobile device must support the A2DP and
AVRCP Bluetooth profiles. Check the owner's manual of your mobile device for details.
• Streaming audio must be enabled from your mobile device. This option will vary
depending on the device. Some devices allow streaming audio to be disabled.
After pairing, connecting and enabling streaming audio from a compatible mobile device,
begin playing music using the music player on your mobile device. Once the music is
playing, the following functions can be used to control the music:
• The
• The
• The
• The
will skip to the next available audio track.
ll button
button will skip to the previous audio track.
nn
/ II button will toggle between play and pause during playback.
l
button will stop the audio playback.
Note: Some Bluetooth devices may not fully support these commands.
Bluetooth Reset
Resetting the Bluetooth module will remove the list of paired phones and delete the list of
recent calls from memory.
To reset the XDMA6630's Bluetooth feature, perform the following steps:
1) Press MODE until the head unit is in Bluetooth mode.
2) Press and hold MODE for 3 seconds to reset the Bluetooth settings back to the factory
default.
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XDMA6630 OPERATION
Limited One Year Warranty
This warranty gives you specific legal rights.
You may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
Dual Electronics Corp. warrants this product to
the original purchaser to be free from defects in
material and workmanship for a period of one
year from the date of the original purchase.
Dual Electronics Corp. agrees, at our option,
during the warranty period, to repair any defect
in material or workmanship or to furnish an
equal new, renewed or comparable product
(whichever is deemed necessary) in exchange
without charges, subject to verification of the
defect or malfunction and proof of the date of
purchase. Subsequent replacement products
are warranted for the balance of the original
warranty period.
Who is covered? This warranty is extended
to the original retail purchaser for products
purchased from an authorized Dual dealer and
used in the U.S.A.
What is covered? This warranty covers all
defects in material and workmanship in
this product. The following are not covered:
software, installation/removal costs, damage
resulting from accident, misuse, abuse, neglect,
product modification, improper installation,
incorrect line voltage, unauthorized repair or
failure to follow instructions supplied with the
product, or damage occurring during return
shipment of the product. Specific license
conditions and copyright notices for the
software can be found via www.dualav.com.
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What to do?
1. Before you call for service, check the
troubleshooting guide in your owner’s
manual. A slight adjustment of any custom
controls may save you a service call.
2. If you require service during the warranty
period, you must carefully pack the product
(preferably in the original package) and ship
it by prepaid transportation with a copy of the
original receipt from the retailer to an
authorized service center.
3. Please describe your problem in writing and
include your name, a return UPS shipping
address (P.O. Box not acceptable), and a
daytime phone number with your shipment.
4. For more information and for the location of
the nearest authorized service center please
contact us by one of the following methods:
• Call us toll-free at 1-866-382-5476
• E-mail us at cs@dualav.com
Exclusion of Certain Damages: This warranty
is exclusive and in lieu of any and all other warranties, expressed or implied, including
without limitation the implied warranties of
merchantability and fitness for a particular
purpose and any obligation, liability, right,
claim or remedy in contract or tort, whether
or not arising from the company’s negligence,
actual or imputed. No person or representative
is authorized to assume for the company any
other liability in connection with the sale of
this product. In no event shall the company be
liable for indirect, incidental or consequential
damages.
XDMA6630 OPERATION
Troubleshooting - General
Problem
Unit will not turn on (no power)
Unit has power (but no sound)
Unit blows fuses
Excessive skipping
Cause
Yellow wire not connected or incorrect
voltage Red wire not connected or
incorrect voltage
Black wire not connected
Fuse blown
Speaker wires not connected
One or more speaker wires touching
each other or touching chassis ground
Action
Check connections for proper
voltage (11~16VDC)
Check connection to ground
Replace fuse
Check connections at speakers
Insulate all bare speaker wires
from each other and chassis
ground
Yellow or red wire touching chassis
ground
Speaker wires touching chassis ground
Incorrect fuse rating
Unit is not mounted correctly or
backstrap is not secure
Physical defect in media (CD, CD-R or
CD-RW)
Check for pinched wire
Use fuse with correct rating
Check mounting sleeve and
backstrap support
Disc read error
Press EJECT or RESET
Check for pinched wire
Check media for scratches
ERROR-01 appears on display
ERROR-02 appears on display
PROTECT appears on display
Focus error or disc is in upside down
Press EJECT or RESET
The WMA file is copy-protected by DRM
(Digital Rights Management)
Write disc using WMA files that
are not copy-protected
NO FILE appears on display
Selected file is not available in direct or
alphanumeric search modes
Repeat search using valid
parameters
INVALID appears on display
The file format is incompatible
Write disc using valid audio
files with .mp3 or .wma file
extensions
CD mechanism position out of
alignment
Press and hold EJECT
for 3 seconds to reset CD
mechanism position
Unit will not accept a disc
CD transit screws still in place
NO SUPPORT appears
on display
An invalid ID3 tag version is present
Remove 2 transit screws
located on top of the unit
Version 1.0 to 2.0 ID3 tags are
supported.
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XDMA6630 OPERATION
Specifications
CD Player
Frequency response: 10Hz-20kHz
Channel separation @ 1kHz: >65dB
D/A converter: 1 Bit
FM Tuner
Tuning range: 87.5MHz-107.9MHz
Usable sensitivity: 8.5dBf
50dB quieting sensitivity: 10dBf
Stereo separation @ 1kHz: 40dB
Frequency response: 30Hz-13kHz
AM Tuner
Tuning range: 530kHz-1710kHz
Usable sensitivity: 22uV
Frequency response: 30Hz-2.2kHz
General
Speaker output impedance: 4~8 ohms
Line output voltage: 2 Volts RMS
Dimensions: 7" x 7" x 2" (178 x 178 x 51 mm)
Design and specifications subject to change without notice.
CEA-2006 Power Standard Specifications
(reference: 14.4VDC +/- 0.2V, 20Hz~20kHz)
Power Output: 18 Watts RMS x 4 channels at 4 ohms and < 1% THD+N
Signal to Noise Ratio: 80dBA (reference: 1 watt into 4 ohms)
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XDMA6630 OPERATION
FCC Compliance
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
•
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
•
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
•
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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XDMA6630 OPERATION
Notes
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XDMA6630 OPERATION
Notes
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Dual Electronics Corp.
Toll Free: 1-866-382-5476
www.dualav.com
©2010 Dual Electronics Corp. All rights reserved.
Windows Media and the Windows logo are trademarks, or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the
United States and or other countries.
iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
“Made for iPod” means that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod and has been certified by the
developer to meet Apple performance standards.
“Works with iPhone” means that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPhone and has been certified
by the developer to meet Apple performance standards.
Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards.
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Namsung is under license.
Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.
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