instruction manual
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
GD-01
MP3/USB/AUX/BLUETOOTH/iPod
CD PLAYER WITH
AM/FM RADIO
Contents
Important Note:
Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for
future reference.
Please refer to the main vehicle user manual section ‘Features of Your Vehicle’
for general information regarding radio reception and care and use of the vehicle
mounted antenna, and care and use of media (CDs, USB etc.).
The operation of the steering wheel remote controls shown in the main vehicle
user manual are not relevant to the radio model depicted in this user manual.
Contents:
1. General Controls ----------------------------------------------------------------- Page 04
2. Steering Wheel Controls ------------------------------------------------------- Page 09
3. AM/FM Tuner --------------------------------------------------------------------- Page 10
4. CD-DA Player -------------------------------------------------------------------- Page 12
5. CD-MP3/WMA Player ---------------------------------------------------------- Page 14
6. USB Player
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7. iPod Player ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page 20
8. AUX Input
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9. My Music --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Page 23
10. Bluetooth Audio Player --------------------------------------------------------- Page 26
11. Memo ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Page 29
12. Bluetooth --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Page 30
13. Setting ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page 40
14. Firmware Upgrade --------------------------------------------------------------- Page 43
15. Handling Compact Discs ----------------------------------------------------- Page 45
16. Product and Warranty Service ---------------------------------------------- Page 46
17. MP3/WMA Information -------------------------------------------------------- Page 47
18. Warnings and Precautions
19. Specifications
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Front Panel Controls
sd
f
gh
w
q
e
r
t
y
u
i
o
a
j
q
POWER / VOL
(Power ON / OFF / Volume)
w
AUDIO / TUNE
(Audio settings / Tuning / Other)
e
RADIO Button
r
MEDIA Button
t
SETUP Button
y
EQ Button(Equalizer)
u
Off Hook Button
i
On Hook Button
o
Automatical Up Tuning
Track Up & Cue
a
Automatical Down Tuning
Track Down & Review
s
DISP Button
d
DISC Slot
f
DISC Eject
g
Warning LED
h
Microphone
j
Preset Buttons
Note: Before using the audio, remove the LCD protective tape. Operating the touch screen
without removing the LCD protective tape may lead to abnormal operations.
General
1. General Controls
q
Power On/Off
Press knob q momentarily to turn the radio on or off.
Via Steering wheel remote control:
Pressing and holding the MODE button on the steering wheel controls will turn the radio on or
off.
q
Volume Up/Down
Turn knob q right to increase the volume level. The level will be shown on the display. Turn
knob q left to decrease the volume level. After 3 seconds the display will return to the
previous mode.
q
Start-Up Volume Setting
Start-up volume is the volume level the radio will play at when next turned on. To adjust:
1) Press and hold knob q longer than 2 seconds. The display will change to Initial Volume
screen.
2) The current start-up volume level is displayed.
3) Turn knob q left or right to increase or decrease the volume, then press knob q again to
set that volume level as the start-up volume level.
w
Audio Settings
The tone and individual speaker levels may be adjusted.
1) Press knob w; the display shows the current level setting.
2) Refer section 11. 2.2 for more information on adjust the level.
e
RADIO Button
This button operates several tuner functions:
1) Press button e to select the Tuner mode when another mode is operating.
2) Press button e to change the radio wave band. The sequence of selection is below:
FM1
→
FM2 →
FM3 →
AM
Press the RADIO button to switch the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio off.
r
MEDIA Button
Press button r to change to the next available mode.
selection is shown below:
The complete mode sequence for
CD → USB/iPod → AUX → My Music → BT Audio → Memo
Press button r to switch the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio off.
Note: Only those mode sources connected will be displayed.
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General
t
SETUP Button
Press button t to set system features and options. For more information, refer to section 11.
y
Equalizer Setting (EQ Button)
An equalizer curve for different music types may be selected (CLASSIC, POP, ROCK, and
JAZZ).
Press button y repeatedly until the desired equalizer effect icon is displayed on the top of the
display.
The sequence of EQ styles is displayed as follows:
NOR(Normal) → CLA(Classic) → POP → ROCK → JAZZ
u
Off Hook Button
This button operates several functions:
1) Press the button selects the Device Manager when Bluetooth is disconnected.
Refer section 11.3.1.
2) Press the button selects the Phone screen when Bluetooth is connected.
Refer section 10.
3) Press the button accepts an incoming phone call.
4) Hold and press the button redials the last dialed phone number.
i
On Hook Button
This button operates several functions:
1) Press the button rejects an incoming call.
2) Press the button ends an active phone call.
3) Press the button cancels Phone screen.
s
Display Setting (DISP button)
The radio display may be switched off to reduce the amount of light inside the vehicle cabin at
night.
Press button s to switch off or on the LCD screen.
Note:
a. If the display is switched off, the radio operation continues.
b. If any control on the radio or steering wheel control is operated, the display automatically
resumes. Press the DISP button again to switch it off if desired.
d
DISC Slot
With the printed label surface facing upwards, gently insert the disc into the slot until the soft
loading mechanism engages.
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General
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f
DISC Eject
This button f will eject the disc and the radio will return to the previous mode.
Note: If the eject function does not operate due to an internal error press and hold button f for
more than 2 seconds.
g
Warning LED
This LED lamp blinks every 1 second when the ignition is turned OFF to act as a deterrent
against theft.
General
1.1 Move to Media Menu screen
1) Press the mode icon to select Media Menu screen when the current mode is operating.
[ Media Menu ]
2) Press the desired mode icon to select the mode.
3) If the desired mode is not selected within 3 seconds, the previous screen will automatically
be restored.
1.2 Recoding (i.e.: Tuner Mode)
1) Press the REC icon to record the current broadcast. Once recording starts, the REC icon will
blink on the screen and the current recording time and total available time are displayed on
the screen.
2) During recording, press the PAUSE icon to pause recording. Press the REC icon again to
re-start recording from where the last recording ended.
3) During recording, pressing the STOP icon will stop recording and the “Save Recording?” text
will be displayed on the screen.
4) Here, press the YES icon to save the recording file with the file name displayed on the
screen. Press the NO icon to cancel recording and restore the previous screen. Press the
RENAME icon to change the file name.
5) The recorded file is stored to the internal memory and can be played within My Music mode.
For more information, refer to section 8.
Note:
a. The control key will not operate during recording.
b. Recordings that are less than 1 second will not be saved.
C. The PAUSE feature is not supported for CD-DA and iPod.
d. CD-DA and iPod are saved in one song units.
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General
1.3 Changing the File Name
1) As described in 4) above, pressing the RENAME icon will display the following screen.
2) Use the keypad to change the file name. Refer to the table below for more information on
icons displayed within the keypad screen.
Icon
Description
Used to insert a capital letter
Used to insert a backspace
.?123
Used to insert symbols and numbers
#+=
Used to insert special characters
123
Used to insert numbers
ABC
Used to insert English alphabet
SPEACE
Used to insert blank spaces
General
3) Press the STORE icon to finalize changes to the file name.
Note:
a. Some special characters may not be supported. ( ? “ < > * / : )
b. Files with identical file names cannot be saved more than once within a mode.
c. Up to 27 characters can be used to save file names.
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Steering Wheel Controls(if fitted)
2. Steering Wheel Controls
2.1 VOLUME (+ / - ) button
Push the toggle switch toward + and - to increase or decrease the volume level.
2.2 SEEK ( ∧ / ∨ ) button
Tuner Mode
Press the SEEK buttons for less than 1 second to change the radio station to the next preset
memory.
Press the SEEK buttons for longer than 1 second to seek to the next available radio station.
CD / USB / BT Audio / My Music Mode
Press the SEEK buttons for less than 1 second to change to the next track.
Press and hold the SEEK button to CUE or REVIEW the current playing track.
Note:
a) The SEEK buttons may not operate when using some Bluetooth music players.
b) CUE and REVIEW is not available when using BT Audio mode.
2.3 MODE button
Press the MODE button for less than 1 second to change to the next available mode.
complete mode sequence for selection is shown below:
The
Tuner → CD → USB/iPod → AUX → My Music → BT Audio
Press the MODE button for more than 1 second to switch the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio off.
Note: Only those mode sources connected will be displayed and available for selection when
using the steering wheel MODE button.
2.4 MUTE button
Press the MUTE button to switch off the sound.
selected level.
Press again to restore the volume to the last
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AM/FM Tuner
3. AM/FM Tuner
3.1 AM/FM Tuner Screen
Icon
Description
Displays the FM1, FM3, FM3, and AM modes
Displays the currently playing frequency
Displays preset frequencies
Records currently playing broadcast
Shows preset list
Saves frequencies with superior reception to preset
buttons
Converts frequency bandwidth in order of FM1 -> FM2 ->
FM3 -> AM
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AM/FM Tuner
3.2 w TUNE Button
To manually tune to a radio station, turn knob
frequency.
w left or right to increase or decrease the radio
3.3 o, Up/Down Tuning Buttons (∧ , ∨ )
To search for the next available radio station, momentarily press button o or button a.
3.4 j Preset Buttons
These buttons operate in two ways when Tuner mode is active:
1) Press buttons j or preset icon on the display for less than 2 seconds will recall the radio
station memorized to that preset button memory.
2) Press buttons j or preset icon on the display for more than 2 seconds store the current
tuned radio station into that preset pressed.
Note: Preset station memories are lost if the vehicle battery is disconnected.
3.5 Recording
Press the REC icon to start recording the current broadcast. For more information on the
recording feature, refer to section 1.3.2.
3.6 Viewing Preset Frequency Lists
1) Press the LIST icon to display the Preset lists by bandwidth.
2) Up to 6 stations can be saved to presets for each FM1, FM2, FM3 and AM bandwidths.
3) From the list, press the desired preset to listen to the selected frequency.
4) Press the
icon or button i to restore the previous screen.
3.7 Best Station Memory (BSM)
Press the BSM icon to activate the BSM function. The display will show the BSM during the
search. The radio stations in the vicinity of the vehicle that are of acceptable reception quality
are automatically stored in the radio preset button memories.
3.8 Changing Radio band
Press BAND icon to change the radio wave band.
FM1
→
FM2 →
FM3 →
The sequence of selection is below:
AM
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CD–DA Player
4. CD-DA Player
4.1 Playing Music Using CD-DA
1) Insert the CD-DA disc located disc slot. The radio will display Loading.
2) The radio will display Reading and the begin playback of music after loading complete.
3) If another mode is selected, CD-DA player may be resumed by pressing button r on the
radio or by pressing the MODE button on the steering wheel.
4) The radio display shows the track name.
4.2 CD-DA Player Screen
Icon
Description
Current track /Total tracks
Displays the play time for the current track
Displays the track name
Records the currently playing song
Displays file list within the disc
Scans the beginning parts of disc tracks in sequential order
(approx 10 seconds per track)
Repeats the current track
Plays disc tracks in random order
4.3 Recording
Press the REC icon to start recording the current track. For more information on the recording
feature, refer to section 1.3.2.
In CD mode, the PAUSE feature is not supported during recording.
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CD-DA Player
4.4 o Track Up / Cue
This button o is used to select track up. When this button is pressed, playback of the next
track is started. Each time the ( ∧ ) button is pressed, the track number to be played is
increased. Press and hold this button ( ∧ ) to CUE or advance rapidly in the forward direction.
4.5 a Track Down / Review
This button a is used to select track down. When this button ( ∨ ) is pressed, playback of
the current track is re-started and if pressed again, the playback of the previous track begins.
Press and hold this button ( ∨ ) to REVIEW or advance rapidly in the backward direction.
4.6 Viewing Track List within DISC
1) Press the LIST icon to display the track list within the disc.
2) Select the desired track from the list to play the track.
3) Press the ▲ icon to move to the previous list page and the ▼ icon to move to the next list
page.
4) Press the
icon or button i to restore the previous screen.
4.7 Track Scan
SCAN icon when press will play the first 10 seconds of each track on the disc. SCAN will
appear on the display. When the desired track is reached, press the icon again to cancel the
function. The set will then play the selected track.
4.8 Repeat Play
During disc play, press RPT icon to play the selected track repeatedly. RPT will appear on
the display. Playback of the same track will continue to repeat until the icon is pressed again.
Press the icon again to cancel the repeat function.
4.9 Random Play
During disc play, press RDM icon to play tracks on the disc in a random or shuffled order.
RDM will appear on the display. The track select function will also select tracks in the random
mode instead of the normal sequence. Press the icon again to cancel the random function.
4.10 Track Browser
A function to locate a specific track is provided in the radio:
1) Turn knob w to display the tracks available on the DISC.
2) When the desired track is displayed, press knob w to begin playback of that track.
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CD-MP3/WMA Player
5. CD-MP3/WMA Player
5.1 Playing Music Using CD-DA
1) Insert the CD-DA disc located disc slot. The radio will display Loading.
2) The radio will display Reading on the screen and the begin playing music once loading is
complete.
3) If another mode is selected, CD-DA player may be resumed by pressing button r on the
radio or by pressing the MODE button on the steering wheel.
4) The radio display shows the file ID3 information. If the ID3 information is too long to be
display at once, the display will scroll the ID3 information when pressed.
5.2 CD-MP3/WMA Screen
Icon
Description
Current file /Total file
Displays the play time for the current file
Displays current file information
(Title, Artist, Album Name)
Copies the currently playing file
Displays file list within the disc
Scans the beginning parts of files in sequential order
(approx 10 seconds per file)
Repeats the current file
Plays files within the disc in random order
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CD-MP3/WMA Player
5.3 Copying Files
1) Press the COPY icon to copy the currently playing file.
2) Once copying starts, the currently playing file is stopped and the COPY icon will blink on the
screen.
3) Press the CANCEL icon to cancel copying and re-start the current file.
4) Once copying is complete, the COPY icon disappears and the paused file will re-start.
5) The copied file is stored to the internal memory and can be played within My Music mode.
For more information, refer to section 8.
5.4 File Browser
5.4.1 File browser using knob w
The file browser is a feature used to locate specific files within the radio.
1) Turn knob w to display the files available on the CD.
2) When the desired file is displayed, press knob w to begin playback of that file.
5.4.2 File browser using File List
1) Press the LIST icon to display the list of files within the disc.
2) Select the desired file from the list to play the file.
3) Press the ▲ icon to move to the previous list page and the ▼ icon to move to the next list
page.
4) Press the ◀ icon to move to the previous folder and the ▶ icon to move to the next folder.
5) Press the
icon or button i to restore the previous screen.
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CD-MP3/WMA Player
5.5 Track Scan
SCAN icon when press will play the first 10 seconds of each file on the disc. SCAN will appear
on the display. When the desired file is reached, press the icon again to cancel the function.
The set will then play the selected file.
If playing MP3 / WMA files in folders, press and hold the SCAN icon; SCN-F will appear on the
display; files within the current folder will play the first 10 seconds of each file.
5.6 Repeat Play
During disc play, press RPT icon to play the selected file repeatedly. RPT will appear on the
display. Playback of the same file will continue to repeat until the icon is pressed again.
Press the icon again to cancel the repeat function.
If playing MP3 / WMA files in folders, press and hold the RPT icon; RPT-F will appear on the
display; files within the current folder will be repeated.
5.7 Random Play
During disc play, press RDM icon to play files on the disc in a random or shuffled order. RDM
will appear on the display. The track select function will also select files in the random mode
instead of the normal sequence. Press the icon again to cancel the random function.
If playing MP3 / WMA files in folders, press and hold the RDM icon; RDM-F will appears on the
display; files within the current folder will be played in random order.
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USB Player
6. USB Player
MP3 and WMA music files located on a memory device connected using the USB socket may be
played by the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio. Refer to section 5 (CD-MP3/WMA Player) for
controlling the playback of MP3 / WMA files. The same method of control is used when MP3 /
WMA files are stored on either a CD or USB device.
6.1 Playing Music Using USB device
1. To play music files using the USB connection, connect your USB device to the USB socket
located inside the centre console.
(See below picture)
2. When the USB memory device is connected, the radio will change to USB mode, display
Reading and then music playback will begin.
3. If another mode is selected, USB player may be resumed by pressing the MEDIA button on
the radio or by pressing the MODE button on the steering wheel.
4. The radio display shows the file ID3 information.
If the ID3 information is too long for the
display, the display scrolls when press that ID3 information.
Notes When Using the USB Player:
a) If there are no compatible music files found on the USB device, the radio returns to the
previous mode and displays No File.
b) USB Error will be displayed if the USB device is not compatible with the radio.
c) Use of MULTI-CARD READER devices may not work correctly.
d) USB music players will be recognized as storage devices by the radio.
USB socket located inside the centre console
iPod
Player
USB Memory Device
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USB Player
6.2 USB Player Screen
Icon
Description
Current file /Total files
Displays the play time for the current file
Displays current file information
(Title, Artist, Album Name)
Copies the currently playing file
Displays file list within the USB device
Scans the beginning parts of files in sequential order
(approx 10 seconds per file)
Repeats the current file
Plays files within the USB device in random order
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USB Player
6.3 Copying Files
1) Press the COPY icon to copy the currently playing file.
2) Once copying starts, the currently playing file is stopped and the COPY icon will blink on the
screen.
3) Press the CANCEL icon to cancel copying and re-start the current file.
4) Once copying is complete, the COPY icon disappears and the paused file will re-start.
5) The copied file is stored to the internal memory and can be played within My Music mode. For
more information, refer to section 8.
6.4 o File Up / Cue
This button o is used to select file up. When this button is pressed, playback of the next file
is started. Each time the ( ∧ ) button is pressed, the file number to be played is increased.
Press and hold this button ( ∧ ) to CUE or advance rapidly in the forward direction.
6.5 a File Down / Review
This button a is used to select file down. When this button ( ∨ ) is pressed, playback of the
current file is re-started and if pressed again, the playback of the previous file begins.
Press and hold this button ( ∨ ) to REVIEW or advance rapidly in the backward direction.
6.6 Charging USB Player
When a USB device is connected to the radio, the USB device will be charged whilst the
vehicle ACC switch is ON. The radio does not need to be operating.
Notes When Using the USB Socket for Charging:
a) Effective battery charging of USB devices using the USB socket cannot be assured.
b) The power is available at the USB socket when the vehicle ignition switch is in the ACC
position. The radio is not required to be operating.
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iPod Player
7. iPod Player
7.1 Playing Music Using iPod via USB.
1) Connect the iPod to the USB socket located inside the centre console using the cable
supplied with iPod (see previous page).
2) The radio will display Reading and the begin playback of music.
3) If another mode is selected, iPod player may be resumed by pressing button r on the
radio or by pressing the MODE button on the steering wheel.
4) The radio display shows the file ID3 information. If the ID3 information is too long for the
display, the display scrolls when press that ID3 information.
7.2 iPod Player Screen
Icon
Description
Current file /Total files
Displays the play time for the current file
Displays current file information
(Title, Artist, Album Name)
Records the currently playing file
Displays the CATEGORY SEARCH screen
Repeats the current file
Plays files within the iPod in random order
7.3 Recording
Press the REC icon to start recording the current track. For more information on the recording
feature, refer to section 1.3.2.
In iPod mode, the PAUSE feature is not supported during recording.
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iPod Player
7.4 o File Up / Cue
This button o is used to select file up. When this button is pressed, playback of the next file is
started. Each time the ( ∧ ) button is pressed, the file number to be played is increased.
Press and hold this button ( ∧ ) to CUE or advance rapidly in the forward direction.
7.5 a File Down / Review
This button a is used to select file down. When this button ( ∨ ) is pressed, playback of the
current file is re-started and if pressed again, the playback of the previous file begins.
Press and hold this button ( ∨ ) to REVIEW or advance rapidly in the backward direction.
7.6 Song Search
A quick file or song browser is available to view the available files in the current category.
1) Turn knob w to display the file ID3 information.
2) When the desired file title is displayed, press knob w to begin playback of that file.
7.7 Searching Files through Category Search
1) In iPod mode, press the MENU icon to display iPod categories.
2) Select the desired category to display sub-categories. If there are no sub-categories, then
the stored file list will be displayed..
3) Repeat Step 2 until reaching the stored file list.
4) Press the ▲ icon to move to the previous list page and the ▼ icon to move to the next list
page.
5) To move to a previous category, press the name of the current category displayed at the top
of the screen. For example, pressing the [PLAY LIST] icon within the above image will
restore the previous category.
6) Select the desired file from the list to play the file.
7) Press the
icon or button i to restore the previous screen.
7.8 Repeat Play
During iPod playback, press RPT icon to play the currently playing file repeatedly. RPT will
appear on the display when this function is selected. Playback of the file will continue to repeat
until the icon is pressed again.
7.9 Random Play
During playback within a category, press RDM icon to play tracks within the currently selected
category in a random or shuffled order. RDM will appear on the display. The file select this
function will now select tracks in the random mode instead of the normal sequence.
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AUX Input
8. AUX Input
8.1 AUX Connector
It is possible to connect your portable media player to the car audio system for playback of
the audio tracks via the car speakers.
To get the best results when connecting the portable media to the car audio system, follow
these steps:
1) Use the supplied 3.5 mm stereo plug to 3.5 mm stereo plug cable to connect the media
player headphone socket to the AUX socket located inside the centre console.
2) Adjust the portable media player to approximately ¾ (75%) volume level and start
playback.
3) Press button r on the car radio or press the steering wheel remote MODE button until
the display shows Connected.
Note:
a. The audio quality of your media player and the audio tracks on it may not be of the
same sound quality as the car audio system's CD player.
b. If the volume level of the media player is too low compared with the radio or CD,
increase the volume of the connected media player.
c. If the sound of the media player is too loud and/or distorted, decrease the volume of the
player.
d. For technical information regarding the AUX input, refer to the specification section at
the end of this manual.
AUX socket located inside the centre console
Your portable
Media Player
8.2 Recording
Press the REC icon to start recording the current file. For more information on the recording
feature, refer to section 1.3.2.
Once the REC icon is pressed, recording will start from the currently playing point within the file.
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My Music
9. My Music
9.1 My Music Screen
Icon
Description
Current file / Total files
Displays the play time for the current file
Displays the file name
Deletes the current file
Displays file list within My Music
Scans the beginning parts of files in sequential order
(approx 10 seconds per file)
Repeats the current file
Plays files within the disc in random order
9.2 o File Up / Cue
This button o is used to select file up. When this button is pressed, playback of the next file
is started. Each time the ( ∧ ) button is pressed, the file number to be played is increased.
Press and hold this button ( ∧ ) to CUE or advance rapidly in the forward direction.
9.3 a File Down / Review
This button a is used to select file down. When this button ( ∨ ) is pressed, playback of the
current file is re-started and if pressed again, the playback of the previous file begins.
Press and hold this button ( ∨ ) to REVIEW or advance rapidly in the backward direction.
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My Music
9.4 Deleting Files
1) When a file is playing, you can delete the current file by pressing the DELETE icon.
2) As shown below, the file name is shown and you are asked whether you wish to delete the
file.
3) Press the NO icon to cancel deleting and return to the previous screen. Press the YES icon
to delete the file.
9.5 Song Search
A function to locate a specific file is provided in the radio:
1) Turn knob w to display the files available.
2) When the desired file is displayed, press knob w to begin playback of that file.
9.6 Searching and Playing files from My Music List
1) Press the LIST icon to display the My Music list screen. Recorded files from various modes
are displayed. .
2) Select the desired file from the list to play the file.
3) Press the ▲ icon to move to the previous list page and the ▼ icon to move to the next list
page.
4) Pressing the ◀,▶ icons allow you to check recorded files by mode. Modes are shown in the
following order.
All Folder → AUX → BT-AUDIO → CD → iPod → MEMO → RADIO → USB
5) Press the
icon or button i to restore the previous screen.
6) Press the check box on the left side of the screen to select desired files or all files.
7) Press the COPY icon to copy selected files onto a USB device. This feature is disabled if a
USB device is not connected. Also, it is possible to select up to 50 files.
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My Music
8) Press the DEL icon to delete the selected files.
9) Press the EDIT icon to change the name of the selected file. However, this feature will
operate only when there is one file selected. For more information on using the EDIT feature,
refer to section 1.3.3.
9.7 File Scan
SCAN icon when press will play the first 10 seconds of each file in the My Music. SCAN will
appear on the display. When the desired file is reached, press the icon again to cancel the
function. The set will then play the selected file.
Press and hold the SCAN icon; SCN-F will appear on the display; files within the current folder
will play the first 10 seconds of each file.
9.8 Repeat Play
During My Music play, press RPT icon to play the selected file repeatedly. RPT will appear on
the display. Playback of the same file will continue to repeat until the icon is pressed again.
Press the icon again to cancel the repeat function.
Press and hold the RPT icon; RPT-F will appear on the display; files within the current folder will
be repeated.
9.9 Random Play
During My Music play, press RDM icon to play files in the My Music in a random or shuffled
order. RDM will appear on the display. The file select function will also select files in the
random mode instead of the normal sequence. Press the icon again to cancel the random
function.
Press and hold the RDM icon; RDM-F will appears on the display; files within the current folder
will be played in random order.
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Bluetooth Audio Player
10. Bluetooth Audio Player Function
10.1 Playing Music Using Bluetooth Audio
The HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio supports the Bluetooth profile ‘Advanced Audio Distribution
Profile’ (A2DP).
If your mobile phone or music player supports this profile then it is possible to listen to music
tracks located on your Bluetooth device through the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio and car
speakers.
Additionally, the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio supports the ‘Audio Video Remote Control Profile’
(AVRCP). If your Bluetooth mobile phone or music player supports this profile then it is
possible to advance to the next track or replay previous tracks on using the buttons on the front
of the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio or steering wheel remote controls (if fitted) on your vehicle.
1)
2)
3)
4)
Press button r, to select BT Audio mode.
Select the music player of your Bluetooth device.
Press ‘PLAY’ on the device to begin playback (see notes below).
Press buttons o and a to advance to the previous or next music track.
Using Steering Wheel Remote Control:
5) Press the MODE button until BT Audio is displayed.
6) Select the music player of your Bluetooth device.
7) Press ‘PLAY’ on the device to begin playback (see notes below).
8) Press UP or DOWN icon buttons on the steering wheel to advance to the next or previous
music track.
Notes When Playing Bluetooth Audio:
a. Check your Bluetooth device user manual for details of how to play music tracks via an
external Bluetooth audio system such as the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio.
b. Some Bluetooth mobile phones cannot play music at all or may play music tracks in low
quality audio through the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio.
c. Text Information attached to music tracks on the music player (e.g. the elapsed playing
time, song or artist name etc.) will not be displayed on the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio.
d. Playback may automatically begin as soon as the BT Audio mode is selected using the
radio or steering wheel buttons.
When a device capable of playing music by Bluetooth audio and by USB connection is
connected to the radio using the USB connector (eg. iPod ‘Touch’ or ‘iPhone’ Models), it may
be necessary to manually select the audio playback route on the device when changing modes
on the Hyundai Bluetooth radio.
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10.2 BT Audio Screen
Icon
Description
Plays the previous audio.
Plays the paused audio.
Pauses the audio.
Plays the next audio.
Records the current audio.
10.3 Recording
Press the REC icon to start recording the current audio. For more information on the recording
feature, refer to section 1.3.2.
In BT Audio mode, the PAUSE feature is not supported during recording.
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10.4 Connecting a Bluetooth Music Player and Mobile Phone Simultaneously
It is possible to connect a Bluetooth mobile phone and a separate Bluetooth music player to
the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio at the same time. Phone calls may be sent and received
using the connected mobile phone and music playback is possible using a separate
Bluetooth music player.
1) Ensure both the mobile phone and music player have been paired to the HYUNDAI music
player and that they operate correctly.
2) Ensure both mobile phone and music player are both set to automatically connect to the
HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio.
3) Connect the music player to the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio using the Device Manager and
Select Phone actions described earlier in this user manual.
4) Start playing music from the Bluetooth music player using the Bluetooth Audio function.
5) Now, connect the mobile phone to the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio using the menu system
of the mobile phone. Do not use the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio menu system to connect
to the mobile phone.
6) The music player will continue to operate and the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio will confirm
the connection of the mobile phone on the radio display.
Note: The Bluetooth audio profile connection must be occupied by the Bluetooth music player
in order for simultaneous connection of a music player and mobile phone.
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11. Memo
This feature is used to record voice memos through the device MIC.
11.1 Recording Memos
Press the REC icon to record user memos. For more information, refer to section 1.3.3.
Note: Memo mode cannot be selected with the MODE button on the Steering remote controller.
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12. Bluetooth Wireless Technology
Your HYUNDAI car radio supports Bluetooth wireless technology. Bluetooth technology
provides a wireless link between a Bluetooth mobile phone or Bluetooth music player and the
HYUNDAI Bluetooth car radio.
The HYUNDAI Bluetooth car radio features a hands-free system so that you may talk on the
telephone without taking your eyes off the road or your hands off the wheel. A microphone
built into the front of the radio receives your voice and the calling party can be heard through
the car speakers.
Additionally, a Bluetooth music player can be wirelessly connected to the HYUNDAI Bluetooth
radio and playback music tracks in high quality sound through the car speakers. Some
Bluetooth mobile phones include a music player and can provide both hands-free calling and
music playback.
Please check the user manual of your Bluetooth mobile phone or music for details of the
Bluetooth features supported and how they are operated when connected to a Bluetooth audio
accessory such as this HYUNDAI Bluetooth car radio.
Notes When Using the Bluetooth Feature:
a. When the vehicle ignition switch is in the ACC position, the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio is
on ‘Stand-by’, ready to connect with your mobile phone even if the car radio is switched off.
The car battery may therefore become drained if the ignition switch remains in the ACC
position for an extended period of time.
b. Bluetooth technology uses low power radio transmission to connect to your Bluetooth
mobile phone or Bluetooth music player. As radio signal strength reduces over distance,
the quality of sound performance during phone calls and music playback may become
poor if the distance between the radio and device widens. It is recommended that the
mobile phone or music player is kept inside the car cabin, and where possible, close to the
car radio for best performance.
c. As a Bluetooth wireless connection can extend to 10 meters, your Bluetooth device may
automatically connect to the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio even if the device is not in the car.
Please consider this, especially when pairing or connecting Bluetooth devices to the car
radio when other Bluetooth devices may be within wireless radio range of the car radio.
d. The HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio uses the latest Digital Noise & Echo suppression system to
provide the best sound clarity with little or no distortion, but in some conditions there may
be some echo and noise experienced. It is recommended to keep the car windows
closed during hands-free calls for best results.
e. The HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio uses the following Bluetooth profiles:
► GAVDP (Generic Audio/Video Distribution Profile)
► PBAP (Phone Book Access Profile)
► HFP (Hands Free Profile)
► HSP (Head Set Profile)
► A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
► AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Profile)
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12.1 Bluetooth Indicators Shown on the Radio Display
► Bluetooth Indicator
The Bluetooth logo above is displayed steady on the radio screen when a Bluetooth
device is connected. If the indicator is not displayed, then no Bluetooth device is
connected or the connection is not of satisfactory quality.
The indicator may occasionally flash, indicating the radio is searching for a previously
paired mobile phone or music player.
► Battery Strength Indicator
This indicator shows the condition of the battery charge level of your connected mobile
phone. The battery indicator on the radio display incorporates a series of vertical
black sections providing a guide to the battery charge level.
This indicator may not be 100% accurate nor show the identical level of the battery
compared to the indicator on the mobile phone or music player.
If your device does not transmit battery condition level via Bluetooth or is not fully
compatible with the car radio Bluetooth specification, the indicator is not displayed.
► Signal Level Indicator
This indicator shows the signal strength of the mobile phone network received by your
mobile phone within your current location.
This indicator will not be displayed if only a Bluetooth music player (without a mobile
phone) is connected to the car radio.
The signal level indicator operates in a similar way to the battery strength indicator
above and it’s operation limitations may therefore also be similar.
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12.2 Bluetooth Screen
Icon
Description
Displays the network name / device name of connected
mobile phone
Displays the KEYPAD screen
Displays BLUETOOTH SETTING.
Displays recent call lists
Displays stored contacts.
Connects call to previously saved emergency number
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12.3 Bluetooth Connection
12.3.1 Pairing a Bluetooth Mobile Phone or Music Player
A Bluetooth connection must first be established between your Bluetooth mobile phone or
Bluetooth music player and the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio. The first step to connecting the
Bluetooth radio and Bluetooth device is to introduce or ‘Pair’ the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio and
Bluetooth device together. It is recommended that you have the instruction manual for your
Bluetooth mobile phone or music player with you during the pairing process described below to
assist your understanding of how to set your device to pair with the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio.
Note: It is recommended that all other Bluetooth devices other than the device to be paired are
switched off during the following steps 1) to 7).
Paring instructions:
1) Press the u button to display Phone screen. If a Bluetooth is not connected, then press the
u button to display the Device Manager screen.
2) Press the Setting icon to display the Bluetooth setting screen.
3) Press 1. Device Manager to display the Device Manager screen.
4) To pair a new device, press the “+” or “EMPTY” icon on the screen.
5) The radio will now allow itself to be discovered by other compatible Bluetooth devices and the
display will show Pairing Active – Enter Code 0000 into Device.
6) Now, set your Bluetooth device to search for and pair with the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio. A
guide for setting your Bluetooth device to search and pair with the radio is provided in section
12.3.2. ‘Setting your Bluetooth device to pairing mode’.
7) If you wish to end the radio PAIRING mode, press button i.
8) If pairing is successful, then the phrases “Connected” and “Handsfree – device name” will be
displayed on the screen.
9) If the paired Bluetooth device supports Bluetooth Audio, then “B/T audio – device name” will
also be displayed.
10) Your Bluetooth device is now ready for use with the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio.
Notes When Pairing Bluetooth Devices:
a. The HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio allows a maximum of 6 Bluetooth devices to be paired.
Once paired, the device is retained in memory and pairing is not required again unless the
device is deleted from the car radio.
b. Only one Bluetooth mobile phone may be connected to the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio at
one time for hands free telephone operation.
c. If a Bluetooth music player is to be connected together with a mobile phone, refer to the
notes in section 10.1. ‘Playing Music Using Bluetooth Audio’.
d. Bluetooth connection between the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio and mobile phone is normally
established using the Hands Free Profile (HFP). However, some mobile phones may only
allow the connection to establish in Head Set Profile (HSP) and therefore some functions
may not be available.
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12.3.2 Setting Your Bluetooth Device to Pairing Mode
1) Select the SETTINGS or CONNECTIVITY menu of your Bluetooth phone or music player
and find the menu dealing with Bluetooth connection.
2) Select the function on the device to begin searching for Bluetooth devices.
3) After the search is complete, HYUNDAI should appear on the screen of the device.
4) Select CONNECT or SELECT device HYUNDAI.
5) The mobile phone or music player should now prompt you top enter a PIN code. Enter
0000 into your Bluetooth device.
6) The mobile phone or music player should confirm that it has established a new paired
connection with the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio.
7) The pairing process is now complete.
Notes When Pairing Your Bluetooth Device:
a. As each mobile phone or music player brand and model has a different menu structure and
process for adding a Bluetooth audio accessory such as the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio,
you should refer to the user manual of your Bluetooth device for the accurate and correct
procedure.
b. A device must first be paired to the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio before it can be connected,
i.e. if a device has been paired, it must then be connected before the hands free and/or
audio playback features can be used.
c. Once the Bluetooth pairing is complete, the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio will attempt to
connect to your device. Some devices will require further operation to then connect to the
car radio. It is recommended that the device is set to ‘Automatically Connect’ to the
HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio so that whenever the car ignition switch is switched on, the
device will automatically connect to the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio.
d. The HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio will give connection priority to the last connected mobile
phone.
e. It is recommended that all other Bluetooth devices other than that device to be paired are
switched off during the pairing process.
f. The 0000 passcode may not be required to be required on Bluetooth devices during the
pairing process.
g. The 0000 passcode is fixed in the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio and cannot be changed by
the user.
12.3.3 Disconnecting a Bluetooth Device
If disconnection of the Bluetooth mobile phone or music player with the HYUNDAI Bluetooth
radio is required, follow the steps below.
1) Select the Device Manager screen.
2) Press Bluetooth Device name to disconnect the currently connected mobile phone or
music player from the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio.
3) Once the device is connected, then the phrases “Disconnected” and “Handsfree – device
name” will be displayed on the screen. If the paired Bluetooth device supports Bluetooth
Audio, then “B/T audio – device name” will also be displayed.
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12.3.4 Selecting a Bluetooth Device
The HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio can pair up to 6 Bluetooth devices. A previously paired mobile
phone or music player can be selected for connection using the method described below.
1) Select the Device Manager screen.
2) Select the Bluetooth device you want to connect.
3) If pairing is successful, then the phrases “Connected” and “Handsfree – device name” will
be displayed on the screen. If the paired Bluetooth device supports Bluetooth Audio, then
“B/T audio – device name” will also be displayed.
Notes When Selecting a Paired Device:
1) The name of the Bluetooth device is sent by the device and stored in the HYUNDAI
Bluetooth radio memory. In most Bluetooth devices, the name can be changed by the
user. Refer to the user manual of your Bluetooth device for details.
2) If the selected previously paired Bluetooth device is switched off or if the Bluetooth feature
is switched off, then the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio will retune to the previous screen when
connection is attempted.
12.3.5 Deleting a Paired Bluetooth Device
If a previously paired Bluetooth device is no longer to be used with the HYUNDAI Bluetooth
radio, it may be deleted from memory.
1) Select the Device Manager screen.
2) Press the “-“ icon in front of the Bluetooth device you want to delete.
3) After moving to the Delete Phone screen, then “Handsfree – device name” is displayed. If
the paired Bluetooth device supports Bluetooth Audio, then “B/T audio – device name” will
also be displayed.
4) Press the NO icon if you do not wish to delete the device. Press the YES icon to delete the
selected device.
5) Once the Bluetooth device is successfully deleted, then the phrases “Deleted” and
“Handsfree – device name” will be displayed on the screen. If the paired Bluetooth device
supports Bluetooth Audio, then “B/T audio – device name” will also be displayed.
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12.4 Telephone Operation
12.4.1 Hands Free Calling
1) When an incoming call arrives at the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio via your connected
Bluetooth mobile phone, Incoming Call appears on the display for 3 seconds and then
the calling telephone number is shown on the display.
2) Press the u button or Accept icon on the screen to connect the call. To end the call,
press the i button or END icon on the screen.
3) To reject the call, press the i button or the Decline button on the screen.
4) When making an outgoing call, enter numbers by using the keypad within the HYUNDAI
Bluetooth radio or Bluetooth mobile phone and press the OFF HOOK button.
5) The phrase “Calling” will be displayed on the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio screen and the
call is converted to Handsfree mode.
6) To end the call, press the i button or the ON HOOK button on the mobile phone.
Notes When Making or Receiving a Call:
a. It is important to press the OFF HOOK (green) button on the mobile phone to make a
call if the number to be called is entered using the keypad of the mobile phone.
b. It is possible that during an incoming or outgoing call, the connection between your
phone and the other party may drop out or end for no apparent reason. In most cases,
this will be due to the mobile telephone network. Make sure the mobile phone is as
close as possible to the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio to ensure best Bluetooth connection
quality.
c. To ensure the best sound quality at both calling party end and within the cabin during a
hands free call, close the windows and speak clearly toward the HYUNDAI Bluetooth
radio.
12.4.2 Redialing the Last Number
1) Select Bluetooth mode by pressing the u button.
2) Once the u button is pressed, outgoing call will appear on the radio display.
Notes When Redialing a Previously Called Number:
Some mobile phones may require an additional press of button
number redial.
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12.4.3 Calling from the Call List
When the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio and Bluetooth mobile phone are connected, the call list
from the Bluetooth mobile phone is automatically downloaded.
1) Press the u button to select the Phone screen.
2) Press the CALL LIST icon to view the call list.
3) You can check incoming call lists within the Incoming tab, outgoing call lists within the
Outgoing tab and missed call lists within the Missed tab.
4) After finding the number you want to call from the call list, press the CALL icon to connect
the call.
5) The phrase “Calling” will be displayed on the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio screen and the call
is converted to Handsfree mode.
12.4.4 Switching to Private (Handset) Mode During a Call
During an incoming or outgoing call started in Handsfree mode, it is possible to switch to the
private call mode using the mobile phone handset to speak to and hear the calling party in
private.
1) During a call, press the Private icon.
2) If you wish to return to Handsfree mode during a call in Private mode, press the H/Free
icon on the LCD screen.
Note: Switching to Private mode may cause the Bluetooth connection to be lost when using
some mobile phones. The Bluetooth connection will automatically restore after the call
has been ended.
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12.5 Bluetooth Settings
12.5.1 Device Manager
1) Pairs new Bluetooth devices. For more information, refer to section 12.3.1.
2) Disconnects the currently connected Bluetooth device. For more information, refer to section
12.3.3.
3) Connects the previously paired Bluetooth device. For more information, refer to section
12.3.4.
4) Deletes the previously paired Bluetooth device. For more information, refer to section 12.3.5.
12.5.2 Setting the Automatic Call Answer Feature
If this function is selected, the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio will automatically connect an
incoming call received by the mobile phone. This feature enhances safety as the driver
does not need to take their hands from the steering wheel to accept an incoming call.
1) Press the u button to select the Bluetooth menu.
2) Press the SETTING icon.
3) Select the desired settings within 2. Auto Answer.
OFF = Auto answer function is not active.
5 SEC = Automatically answers all incoming calls after a 5 second delay.
10 SEC = Automatically answers all incoming calls after a 10 second delay.
4) The selected setting is displayed in orange and is applied immediately upon selection.
12.5.3 Setting Calling Voice/Ringer Volume Level
The level of the calling voice/ringer volume heard through the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio and
car speakers is adjusted using this setting.
1) Press the u button to select the Bluetooth menu.
2) Press the SETTING icon.
3) Press the 3. Volume icon. The current Voice volume and Ringer volume levels are
displayed.
4) Adjust the volume level. Press the + icon to increase the volume and the – icon to
decrease the volume.
5) Once volume level adjustment is complete, press the
icon to return to the previous
screen.
Note:
a. The calling voice level may be adjusted during a call using the volume control on the
radio.
b. The ringer level may be adjusted during an incoming call where the ring tone is heard
using the volume control on the radio.
Note When Making Adjustments in Above Section 5.2 and 5.3:
The settings and adjustments made above are stored in the memory of the HYUNDAI
Bluetooth radio. The settings are lost if the vehicle battery is disconnected.
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12.5.4 Setting Emergency Number
1) Press the u button to select the Bluetooth menu.
2) Press the SETTING icon.
3) Press the 4. Emergency Number icon.
4) Press the Reset icon to automatically enter the default number 112.
5) Press the
icon to delete entered numbers.
6) After entering the number you add using the keypad, press the SET icon to save the
number.
7) Press the
icon to return to the previous screen.
12.5.5 Phonebook
The HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio can store 1,000 names.
Names with a maximum length of up to 16 characters and phone numbers with a maximum
length of up to 20 digits can be displayed.
HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio automatically downloads contacts from the Bluetooth mobile phone
once a Bluetooth phone is connected.
12.5.6 Making a Call from the Phonebook
1) Press the u button to select the Phone screen.
2) Press the PHONEBOOK icon. The list of registered contacts is displayed.
3) Press the Search icon to display the keypad screen.
4) After entering the desired name, press the Search icon.
5) Press the ▲/▼ icons to move the list in up/down direction to search for the desired contact.
6) After finding the desired contact, select it to view the contact information.
7) Within the contact information, press the displayed phone number to make a call.
12.5.7 Connecting an Emergency Call
This feature allows you to directly make a call to a previously saved emergency number.
1) Press the u button to select the Bluetooth menu.
2) Press the EMERGENCY icon. A call is immediately made to a previously added
emergency number.
3) For more information on changing the number, refer to section 12.5.4.
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13. Setting
13.1 General Settings
13.1.1 Viewing Audio Information
You can check the model name, version and memory use state.
The memory use state is displayed as in use / total capacity.
1) Press the t button to display the Setup screen.
2) Press 1. General.
3) Press 1. About.
13.1.2 Re-setting Touch Calibration
If the touch screen does not operate properly due to imprecise touch coordinates, it can be
reset by calibrating the touch screen. Inaccurate calibration may cause the touch screen to
function abnormally.
1) Press the t button to display the Setup screen.
2) Press 1. General.
3) Press 2. Screen Calibration.
4) Accurately touch the points as instructed on the screen to re-calibrate.
13.2 Sound Settings
13.2.1 Equalizer Setting
An equalizer curve for different music types may be selected (CLASSIC, POP, ROCK, and
JAZZ).
1) Press the t button to display the Setup screen.
2) Press 2. Sound
3) Press 1. Equalizer.
4) Press the desired equalizer type on the screen. The setting is saved and the previous
screen is restored.
5) Pressing the SET icon allows the user to adjust the sound tone. For more information,
refer to section 13.2.2
6) To cancel, press the
icon to return to the previous screen.
13.2.2 Audio Settings
The tone and individual speaker levels may be adjusted.
13.2.2.1 Bass, Middle, Treble Setting
1) Press the t button to display the Setup screen.
2) Press 2. Sound.
3) Press 2. Audio.
4) Press the +, - icons to adjust the Bass, Middle, Treble values.
5) Press the FLAT icon to change the Bass, Middle, Treble values to 0.
6) Press the BAL/FAD icon to display the Balance, Fader setting screen.
7) Press the
icon to return to the previous screen.
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13.2.2.2 Balance, Fader Setting
1) Press the t button to display the Setup screen.
2) Press 2. Sound.
3) Press 2. Audio.
4) Press the BAL/FAD icon.
5) Press the
, , ,
icons to set the front/rear/left/right speaker volumes.
6) Press the CENTER icon to change the Balance, Fader values to 0.
7) Press the BAS/MID/TRE icon to display the Bass, Middle, Treble setting screen.
8) Press the
icon to return to the previous screen.
13.2.3 Beep Setting
The beep setting controls when the warning beep sound will be heard:
1) Press the t button to display the Setup screen.
2) Press 2. Sound.
3) Within 3. Beep, select the desired setting.
On = Beep sound whenever any function button is pressed or when Bluetooth device
connection is lost.
2nd = Beep sound whenever any tuner preset is stored or music track cue or review
buttons are pressed.
4) The selected setting is displayed in orange and is applied immediately upon selection.
13.2.4 Loudness Setting
When listening to music at low volume levels, this feature will boost the bass and treble
output levels.
1) Press the t button to display the Setup screen.
2) Press 2. Sound.
3) Within 4. Loudness, select the desired setting.
4) The selected setting is displayed in orange and is applied immediately upon selection.
13.2.5 Recording Bitrate
This is used to set the bitrate of files recorded in Media. Default setting is set to 128 kb/s, and
higher quality is provided with higher bitrates.
1) Press the t button to display the Setup screen.
2) Press 2. Sound.
3) Press 5. Recording Bitrate.
4) After selecting the desired bitrate, press the SET icon to save the setting.
5) Press the
icon to return to the previous screen.
13.3 Bluetooth Setting
This is used to set Bluetooth settings. For more information, refer to section 12.5.
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13.4 Time Setting
This setting is used to set the time displayed within the Hyundai Bluetooth Radio.
1) Press the t button to display the Setup screen.
2) Press 4. Time.
3) The 12Hour icon displays 1 day as 12 hours while the 24 Hour icon displays 1 day in 24
hours.
4) Press the ▲, ▼ icons to set the current time.
5) Press the SET icon to save the setting.
6) Press the
icon to return to the previous screen.
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Firmware Upgrade
14. Firmware
As with most modern electronics devices, the internal control system of this radio uses a powerful
microcomputer and associated software or firmware. It may be necessary to add new firmware
to the radio to ensure best levels of performance. The new firmware can be uploaded into the
radio using a USB storage device. The upgrading process is simple but some precautions must
be taken to ensure successful results. Please read the following instructions and notes carefully
before attempting a firmware upgrade.
Contact your dealer for details of how to obtain new firmware upgrade files.
Three types of firmware upgrade files are used:
• System firmware e.g. file name: CNC_AUTO_Vxxx.rom
• Bluetooth firmware e.g. file name: CNC_AUTO_Bxxx.dfu
• GUI e.g. file name: CNC_AUTO_Gxxx.img
14.1. Upgrading Firmware
1) Set Ignition switch to the ACC or ON position.
2) Turn on the HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio.
3) Connect the USB storage device with the valid firmware file to the radio.
4) Once the USB storage device is connected, files within the USB storage device will play
automatically.
5) If the firmware file is normal, the firmware upgrade screen is displayed when the Preset 2 and
5 buttons are simultaneously pressed and held.
6) If the w knob is turned, then system upgrade and Bluetooth upgrade are displayed
alternately.
7) For more information on System upgrade and Bluetooth upgrade, refer to the corresponding
sections below.
12.1.1 Upgrading System(GUI) Firmware
1) This process is proceeded from after 6) of section 12.1.
2) When ‘System upgrade‘ is shown, press the w knob again to start the system upgrade.
3) During the System upgrade process, the display shows the upgrade file selected and the
progress of the upload.
4) If the firmware upgrade is successful, Completed appears on the display.
5) If the GUI file is saved in the USB storage device, then the GUI upgrade will automatically
commence after system upgrade is complete.
6) Once upgrade is complete, Hyundai Bluetooth radio will automatically reboot.
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14.2. Upgrading Bluetooth Firmware
1) This process is proceeded from after 6) of section 12.1.
2) If the w knob is turned, then system upgrade and Bluetooth upgrade are displayed
alternately.
3) When Bluetooth Upgrade is shown, press the w knob again to start the Bluetooth
upgrade.
8) During the Bluetooth upgrade process, Bluetooth updating now, Please Wait appears on
the display.
9) If the firmware upgrade is successful, Upgrade completed appears on the display on the
radio changes to Tuner mode.
NOTE:
1. To upgrade the firmware, the firmware file and at least one MP3 file must exist within the
USB storage device.
2. Before conducting the upgrade, first check the version of your Hyundai Bluetooth radio
and conduct upgrades only when necessary.
3. If the GUI upgrade file and System Firmware do not match, then the upgrade will not
normally occur.
4. If vehicle power is turned off during an upgrade, then such could cause a severe product
error.
5. The control key will not operate during an upgrade.
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Handling Compact Discs
1) Dirt, dust and scratches on the disc surface and warped discs can cause loss of sound or
skipping during playback. Additionally, deterioration of sound quality may also result.
Please observe these guidelines to take care of your compact discs:
*Fingerprints, dust and dirt should be carefully wiped from the disc playing surface (side
with no printing) with a soft cloth. Wipe in a straight motion from the inside to the outside
of the disc.
*Never use chemicals such as record sprays, household cleaners or thinner to clean
compact discs. Such chemicals can irreparably damage the disc's surface.
*Discs should be kept in their storage cases when not in use.
*Do not expose discs to direct sunlight, high temperatures or high humidity for extended
periods.
*Do not stick paper, tape, or labels on the disc surfaces nor write on them with any type of
marker.
2) Discs with non-standard shapes (e.g.: heart, square, star) cannot be played on this unit.
Attempting to do so may damage the unit. Do not use such discs.
3) Before playing, clean the discs with a cleaning cloth specifically designed to clean compact
discs. Wipe each disc from the center out. Do not use solvents such as benzine, thinner,
commercially available cleaners, or antistatic spray intended for vinyl records.
4) Some UDF CD-Rs/CD-RWs may require a longer reading time.
5) Some CD-Rs/CD-RWs (depending on the equipment used for its recording or the condition of
the disc) may not play on this unit.
6) MP3 CD-Rs/CD-RWs (depending on the recording method of the disc) may have some
difference on sound level.
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Product and Warranty Service
Your HYUNDAI MP3/WMA CD Player is guaranteed against defective parts and workmanship
for a period of three years from the date of the first vehicle registration after new vehicle sale.
In the event your MP3/WMA CD Player is faulty, please take your HYUNDAI vehicle to your
nearest HYUNDAI dealer for their diagnostic inspection of your MP3/WMA CD Player.
If proven defective, your HYUNDAI dealer will implement a change over product service to
replace your faulty MP3/WMA CD Player.
This product guarantee does not cover damage to your MP3/WMA CD Player (with CD,
MP3/WMA and TUNER) if it has been subjected to misuse or abuse. A fee to extend warranty
service to any unit that has been misused or abused will be applied prior to any service work
carried out.
This guarantee does not cover any call for warranty service or change over product service if it
is recognized that your complaint is caused by your use of damaged, faulty CD Discs or
imperfect CD-R and CD-RW discs or USB devices.
The guarantee does not cover operating and/or performance expectations beyond the
specifications shown in this user manual.
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MP3/WMA Information
The HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio is able to play MP3 and WMA music files from a compact disc or
USB memory device.
MP3 is an abbreviation of Motion Picture Experts Group (MPEG) Audio layer 3. MP3 audio
format files are typically only 1/10th the size of conventional CD DA audio files. Most MP3 files
are created on a personal computer using special software. Additional text information such as
track TITLE, ARTIST and ALBUM included in the audio track can be displayed on the HYUNDAI
Bluetooth radio. The sound quality of MP3 files varies depending on the settings used when
the file was created. Your HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio plays most MP3 files.
WMA is an abbreviation of Windows Media Audio, an audio format developed by Microsoft
Corporation. WMA is similar to MP3 with respect to size, sound quality and text display.
WMA files are created using the Windows Media Player on a personal computer. Your
HYUNDAI Bluetooth radio plays most WMA files.
Note:
- The elapsed playing time shown on the display may not be correct when playing MP3 files
encoded with variable bit rate (VBR).
- MP3 and WMA files encoded at bit rates lower than 128 KB/s will provide lower sound quality
compared to conventional CD DA audio tracks.
- MP3 and WMA files with digital rights management* (DRM) activated cannot be played on
this car audio set.
- Only 32 character file names are displayed.
- Only FAT, FAT12, FAT16 and FAT32 file systems are supported.
- Only ID3 tags V1.1, V2.2 and V2.3 are supported.
Copyright:
Copyright may exist on some audio program material.
restrictions.
Please observe the copyright
For additional technical information, see the specifications page in this manual.
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Warnings and Precautions
1) WARNING
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.
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual
could void your authority to operate this equipment.
2) PRECAUTIONS
When the inside of the car is very cold and the CD player is used soon after switching on the
vehicle heater, moisture may form on the disc or the optical parts of the player and proper
playback may not be possible. If this occurs, do not use the player for about one hour. The
condensation will disappear naturally allowing normal operation.
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Specifications
Output Power - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Tuning Range - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
180 watts (4 x 45 Watts)
AM: 522 ~ 1,620 KHz. 9 KHz. Steps
FM: 87.5 ~ 108.0 MHz. 100 KHz. steps
Sensitivity - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
AM: 15 ㎶
FM: 1.5 ㎶
FM Stereo Separation - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
30 dB
CD Frequency Response - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
20 ~ 20,000 Hz
CD S/N Ratio
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60 dB
CD Channel Separation - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
40 dB
CD Audio Format
Red Book (IEC 908)
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Logical File Format - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
ISO 9660 (level 1,2 & 3), Joliet
UDF (1.02, 1.50, 2.00/2.01)
Usable Sampling and Bit Rates
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MP3: Sampling rate 44.1 KHz,
Bit rate 32-320 KB/s with VBR
WMA: Bit rate 48-192 KB/s
ID3 Tags - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - AUX Input Sensitivity - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
ID3v1, ID3v2
2V ( VOLUME STEP 20 )
400 and 800 mV @ 10 K Ohm.
USB Charging Current - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
600mA
Bluetooth
Version 2.0
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- Output Power
- Profile
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - + 4dBm Max
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Advanced Audio Distribution Profile
Audio/Video Remote Control Profile
Hands-Free Profile
Object Push Profile
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