PLMR7BTW
PLMR7BTW
OWNER’S MANUAL
Mobile Audio System
 PLL Synthesizer Stereo Radio
 Automatic Memory Storing
 USB Interface
 SD Interface
 3.5mm Input Jack
 Bluetooth Function
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CONTENTS
Installation ........................................... 3
Take out screw before installation ......... 3
DIN Front-Mount ................................. 3
Installing the unit ............................... 3
Removing the unit ............................. 4
Wiring Connection .............................. 5
Operation ............................................. 6
Location of keys .................................... 6
Switching the unit on/off ........................ 7
Sound adjustment ................................. 7
Display time .......................................... 7
Liquid crystal display ............................. 7
Auxiliary input ....................................... 7
Reset function ....................................... 7
Radio operation .................................... 7
Switching to radio mode .................... 7
Selecting the frequency band ............ 7
Selecting station ................................ 8
Storing& Program scanning............... 8
Reset stations selecting .................... 8
Station storing ................................... 8
USB play operation ............................... 8
Selecting tracks in single step ........... 8
Pausing ............................................. 8
Selecting songs by SCH button ......... 9
SD operation ......................................... 9
BT operation ......................................... 9
Remote control ................................... 10
Specification ....................................... 11
Trouble shooting ................................. 12
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INSTALLATION
Notes:
 Choose the mounting location where
the unit will not interfere with the
normal driving function of the driver.
 Before finally installing the unit, connect
the wiring temporarily and make sure it
is all connected properly and the unit
and the system work properly.
 Use only the parts included with the
unit to ensure proper installation. The
use of unauthorized parts can cause
malfunctions.
 Consult with your nearest dealer if
installation requires the drilling of holes
or other modifications of the vehicle.
 Install the unit where it does not get in
the driver’s way and cannot injure the
passenger if there is a sudden stop.
 If installation angel exceeds 30°from
horizontal, the unit might not give its
optimum performance.
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Installing the unit
Be sure you test all connections first, and
then follow these steps to install the unit.
1. Make sure the ignition is turned off, and
then disconnect the cable from the
vehicle battery’s negative (-) terminal.
2. Disconnect the wire harness and the
antenna.
3. Mount the sleeve by inserting the sleeve
into the opening of the dashboard and
bend open the tabs located around the
sleeve with a screwdriver. Not all tabs
will be able to make contact, so
examine which ones will be most
effective. Bending open the appropriate
tabs behind the dashboard to secure
the sleeve in place.
Dashboard
Tabs
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Screwdriver
Avoid installing the unit where it would
be subject to high temperature, such as
from direct sunlight, or from hot air,
from the heater, or where it would be
subject to dust, dirt or excessive
vibration.
Sleeve
4. Reconnect the wire harness and the
antenna and be careful not to pinch any
wires or cables.
5. Slide the unit into the sleeve until it
locks into place.
6. Reconnect the cable to the vehicle
battery’s negative (-) terminal. Then
replace the outer trim ring.
DIN FRONT-MOUNT
Installation Opening
This unit can be installed in any dashboard
having an opening as shown below:
Removing the unit
1. Make sure the ignition is turned off, then
disconnect the cable from the vehicle
battery’s negative (-) terminal.
2. Remove the metal strap attached the
back of the unit (if attached).
53mm
182mm
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INSTALLATION
3. Lift the top of the outer trim ring then pull
it out to remove it.
4. Insert both of the supplied keys into the
slots at the middle left and right sides of
the unit, then pull the unit out of the
dashboard.
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WIRING CONNECTION
ISO CONNECTION
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OPERATION
LOCATION OF KEYS
1.
Skip backwards
2.
Skip forward
3.
(pick up)/ MOD
4. LCD
5.
(hang up)/ BND/AS/SCH
6. CLK
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
6
/ SAVE
USB interface
Reset button
VOL/SEL/PWR
AUX IN
SD interface
IR
OPERATION
SWITCHING ON/OFF THE UNIT
Press PWR button (10) to turn on the unit.
When the unit is on. Press and hold for 2
seconds to turn off the unit.
FLAT--POP--ROCK--CLASSIC--EQ OFF
SOUND ADJUSTMENT
Press SEL button (10) shortly to select the
desired adjustment mode. The adjustment
mode will be changed in the following
order:
→BAS-TRE-BAL -LOUD-EQ-ST-DX-USA-VOL
In USA/EUR item rotating the audio knob
(10) to select Europe or USA area.
LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY
Exhibit current frequency and activated
functions on the display.
AERA SETTING
BAS: bass
TRE: treble
BAL: balance
LOUD: loudness
AUXILIARY INPUT
The unit can be connected to a portable
audio player through the AUX IN jack (11).
EQ: equalization
DX: distance
LOC: local
VOL: volume
By rotating the audio knob (10) it is possible
to adjust the desired sound quality.
RESET FUNCTION
RESET button (9) must be activated with
either a ballpoint pen or thin metal object.
The RESET button is to be activated for the
following reasons:
- Initial installation of the unit when all
wiring is completed.
- All the function buttons do not operate.
- Error symbol on the display.
Note: if press RESET button (9), the unit
can’t work yet, please use a cotton swab
soaked in isopropyl alcohol to clean the
socket on the front panel.
DISPLAY TIME
Press CLK button (6) to show the time.
After 5 seconds it will return to show the
information.
SET THE CLOCK
Shortly press the CLK button (6) first while
the clock shows on the LCD. Then press
and hold the CLK button for 2 seconds.
The “HH” will flash. Rotate the audio knob
(10) to change the hour. After that, press
the CLK button and the “MM” will flash.
Rotate the audio knob (10) to change the
minute. If any other button is pressed it will
quit the time setting mode and save the
time setting.
RADIO OPERATION
LOUDNESS
Increase the audio knob (10) to turn the
LOUD function on/off. This will increase
the overall volume of the unit.
EQ FUNCTION
In EQ you can select the preset EQ mode
by rotating the audio knob (10) as below:
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SWITCHING TO RADIO MODE
Press MODE button (3) to select radio
mode, the radio mode appears on the
display together with the memory band
and frequency.
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SELECTING THE FREQUENCY BAND
At radio mode, press BAND button (5)
shortly to select the desired band.
The reception band will change in the
following order:
→FM1→ FM2→ FM3→ AM1→ AM2
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OPERATION
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SELECTING STATION
Press
button (2) or
button (1)
shortly to activate automatic seek
function. It will search up/down a station
automatically. Press for 2 seconds until
“MANUAL” appears on the display, the
manual tuning mode is selected. In this
mode you can turn up/down a step
frequency one by one till searched a
station. If both buttons have not been
pressed for several seconds, they will
return to seek tuning mode and “AUTO”
appears on the display.
 STEREO/MONO function
Press the SEL knob several times until "ST"
appears. Rotate the audio knob (10) to
select STEREO or MONO mode. In
STEREO mode you can receive FM stereo
signal. In MONO mode the stereo signal
will be switched to monochrome. If you
change it to MONO mode, the noise will be
reduced in some cases.
AUTOMATIC MEMORY STORING &
PROGRAM SCANNING
- Automatic memory storing
Press AS button (5) for 2 seconds, the
radio searches from the 87.5MHz
frequency and checks the signal
strength until one cycle search is
finished. And then 18 stations are
stored into the corresponding preset
number button.
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PRESET STATIONS SELECTING
Press the
button (7) shortly. You
can select the preset station (CH1~6).
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MANUALLY STATION STORING
To receive a station, Press and hold the
SAVE button (7) for 2 seconds. It will
show “SAVE CH1”. If you want to store
the station to CH2. Shortly press it again
it will show “SAVE CH2”. In this moment
press and hold the SAVE button (7) for
2 seconds. The current station is stored
into the CH2.
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receiving sensitivity when you search
station. That means you can receive the
station that sound is good. It will ignore
the station that sound is not good. In DX
mode it will increase the receiving
sensitivity when you search the station.
That means you can receive more
stations.
USB PLAY OPERATION
On the front panel of the unit, there is an
USB interface (8). You can connect an
USB driver through this interface (8).
When you connect an USB driver through
the interface, the unit will search the MP3
/WMA files in the USB driver and start to
play automatically. If in other mode, you
can also press MODE button (3) to select
USB mode.
It supports the MP3/WMA file in the device.
The operation please refer to the following
instruction.
SELECTING SONGS IN SINGLE STEP
Press
button (2) or
button (1) to
move to the following song or the previous
song. Track number shows on display.
Press and hold
button(2) or
button
(1) for 2 seconds to fast forward or fast
reverse. Song playing starts from when you
release the button.
PAUSING PLAYING
Press
button (7) to pause playing.
Press it again to resume playing.
LOCAL function
Press SEL knob several times till
appear “DX”. Rotating the audio knob
(10) to choose the LOC (local) mode. In
LOC mode the unit will reduce the
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OPERATION
and the unit.
SELECTING SONGS BY SCH BUTTON
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In USB/SD mode, press the SCH button (5)
to activate the file search mode. It will show
“TNO- - -”. In this moment, rotate VOL knob
(3) to select the song number’s 1’st number.
Three seconds later, select the 2nd number.
When you finish the number inputs press
SEL (10) to confirm. The unit searches the
song and plays.
1) On the mobile phone, select the
Bluetooth set up. (Please refer to the
instruction manual of your mobile
phone on how to operate Bluetooth.)
2) “Pyle Audio” should appear in the list
on your mobile phone, please select
“Pyle Audio” and then input password
“0000” .
3) When successfully paired, the BT
mark will be displayed on LCD.
SD OPERATION
There is a SD interface (12) on the front
panel of the unit.
When you insert a SD card in the SD
interface, the unit will search the MP3/WMA
files in the card and start to play
automatically. The operation is the same
with the USB play operation described
above.
If in other mode, you can also press MODE
button (3) to select SD mode.
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
FOR
key to reject the call.
Hang up a call
When you have finished the
conversation, press:
key to hang up this call.

Call out
You have to use your mobile phone to
call out.
BLUETOOTH OPERATION
PRE-PAIR
OPERATION
Answering / rejecting an incoming
call
When there is an incoming phone call:
Press
key to answer the call.
Press
CAUTION:
When there are important files in the USB
Device or SD card, do not connect it to the
main unit to play, because any wrong
operation may cause files loss. And our
company assumes no responsibility for this.
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PAIRING
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BLUETOOTH
Disconnect/Connect Bluetooth
Press and hold
key for 3 seconds
to disconnect the bluetooth between
the mobile phone and the unit. Press
and hold it again to connect bluetooth
again.
(i) When useing Bluetooth, please
make sure the mobile phone supports
Bluetooth function.
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(ii) For the different kind of mobile
phone, Bluetooth emissive power has
some difference. To get the best
conversation
quality,
it
is
recommended that the distance
between the mobile phone and the unit
is within 10' Feet. And please don’t put
any metal object or any obstacle
between the path of the mobile phone
Bluetooth audio (A2DP function)
Press MODE key (3) it will show “BT”
on the display. Then turn on the music
player of the mobile phone and playing
a song. The sound will come out from
the speaker of the unit.
Press
key to pause/play the song.
Press
button (2) or
button (1)to
select next/previous song.
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REMOTE CONTROL
FUNCTION KEY & CONTROL
1.
Power ON/OFF Button.
2.
3.
4.
5.
VOL+
BAND
SEL
6.
7.
EQ
1/
8.
4/RDM
9.
6/+10/DIR+:
10.
5/-10/DIR-:
11. 3/RPT
12.
2/INT
13.
14.
15.
DISP
VOL-
16.
AMS
17.
18.
MODE
Volume up button.
Band Select Button.
Sound Mode Select Button
Radio mode: seek/turn down station.
MP3 mode: skip to the previous file or fast reverse.
Press it to select desired audio equalization.
Radio mode: Preset number 1.
MP3 mode: Pause/playing file.
Radio mode: Preset number 4
MP3 mode: Turn on/off the random function.
Radio mode: Preset number 6.
MP3 mode: press for next directory.
press and hold for +10 songs function).
Radio mode: Preset number 5.
MP3 mode: press for previous directory.
press and hold for -10 songs function)
Radio mode: Preset number 3.
MP3 mode: Repeat one/all.
Radio mode: Preset number 2.
MP3 mode: Turn on/off the INTRO function.
Press DISP to show the time.
Volume down button.
Radio mode: seek/turn up station.
MP3 mode: skip to the next file or fast forward.
Same as the AS/PS function. See page 10
MP3 mode: File search function.
Press to mute the sound. Press it again to recover the
Sound.
Press to change the source.
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SPECIFICATION
GENERAL
Power Supply Requirements
Chassis Dimensions
Tone Controls
- Bass (at 100 Hz)
- Treble (at 10 kHz)
Maximum Output Power
Current Drain
: DC 12 Volts, Negative Ground
: 178 (W) x 64 (D) x 50 (H)
: ±10 dB
: ±10 dB
: 2 x 3 watts
: 3 Ampere (max.)
RADIO
Frequency Coverage
IF
Sensitivity (S/N=30dB)
Stereo Separation
FM
87.5 to 107.9 MHz.
10.7 MHz
4μ V
>25dB
Frequency Coverage
IF
Sensitivity (S/N=20dB)
AM
530 to 1710KHz
450 kHz
36 dBuV
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
Before going through the checklist, check wiring connection. If any of the problems persist
after checklist has been made, consult your nearest service dealer.
Symptom
Cause
Solution
The car ignition switch is
not on.
If the power supply is
connected to the car
accessory circuits, but the
engine is not moving, switch
the ignition key to “ACC”.
The fuse is blown.
Replace the fuse.
Volume is on minimum
Adjust volume to a desired level.
Wiring is not properly
connected.
Check wiring connection.
The operation keys
do not work.
The built-in microcomputer
is not operating properly
due to noise.
Press the reset button.
The radio does not
Work. The radio
station automatic
selection does not
work.
The antenna cable is not
connected.
Insert the antenna cable firmly.
The signals are too weak.
Select a station manually.
No power.
No sound.
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