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ibo-12550 boss aduio 658ua(cu0827cdhrf+mp3+wma
WIRES CONNECTION
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Preface
RCA LINE OUT
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Selecting fine audio equipment is only the start of your musical enjoyment.
Now it is time to consider how to maximize the enjoyment you will get from
knowing how to work your new car stereo receiver.
We hope you enjoy using this product and encourage you to always listen at
a moderate, safe sound level to avoid any possible hearing damage or loss.
If you listen to excessively loud sound over time, your hearing can adapt to
higher volumes and what sounds "normal" to you may be quite harmful and
can cause you to have permanent hearing loss. So please practice "safe sound"
and always listen at moderate sound levels only.
Start with your volume control at the lowest setting, and slowly increase the level
until you can hear it comfortably and clearly, free from distortion.
Once you have established this comfortable sound level, leave it there.
WARNING!
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not use the unit in the rain or moisture
environment.
To prevent direct exposure to laser beam, do not try open the enclosure.
Visible and invisible laser radiation when open and interlocks defeated.
To protect our environment, do not dispose of electrical equipment in the domestic waste.
Please return any electrical equipment that you will no longer use to the collection points
provided for their disposal.
This helps avoid the potential effects of incorrect disposal on the environment and human
health. This will contribute to the recycling and other forms of reutilization of electrical and
electronic equipment. Information concerning where the equipment can be disposed of can
be obtained from your local authority.
FUSE 7.5 A
Thank you for purchasing this car audio product.
Please read this manual carefully before operating this car audio product.
Please keep this manual for future use. It will be helpful to you if you are encounter any
operational problem.
ISO SOCKET
CONNECTOR A
1.
2.
3.
4. Memory +12V
5. Auto Antenna Output
6.
7. 12V (To Ignition Key)
8. GROUND
ISO SOCKET SKETCH
CONNECTOR B
1. Rear Right Speaker (+)
2. Rear Right Speaker (-)
3. Front Right Speaker (+)
4. Front Right Speaker (-)
5. Front Left Speaker (+)
6. Front Left Speaker (-)
7. Rear Left Speaker (+)
8. Rear Left Speaker (-)
SPECIFICATION
GENERAL
Supply Voltage
Current Consumption
Power Output
Number of channels
Unit Dimensions
DC 12 V. Negative Ground
Max.7A
60Watts X 4ch
2 Channels, Stereo
178[W] X 165[D] X 50[H] mm.
FM SECTION
Frequency range
Effective sensitivity
I.F Frequency
87.5MHz -107.9MHz
3uV.
10.7MHz.
AM SECTION
Frequency range
Effective sensitivity
I.F Frequency
530KHz - 1710KHz
40dB.
450KHz
RCA LINE OUT
Output
1000mV @ CD MAX.
CD PLAYER
System
Suitable CDs
Frequency characteristics
S/N Ratio to CD
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ANTENNA JACK
MP3 Audio System.
MP3, WMA, CD,CD-R,CD-RW Disc
20Hz - 20kHz +/- 3dB
20Hz - 20kHz +/- 3dB
-80dBA [1KHz]
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LOCATION AND FUNCTION OF CONTROLS
TROUBLE SHOOTING
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Before using the check list please make all the connections first.
If you still have questions after going through the checklist, please consult
your local customer service representative.
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Common Symptoms
Cause
Solution
The car ignition is switched off.
If the power supply is properly connected to
the car accessory, switch the ignition key to
" ON " or " ACC " .
ST
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VOL
There is no power.
Presence of CD disc inside the player Remove the disc in the player then put a new
upward
The CDs are loaded The transport screws have not been
only halfway into
removed.
the CD tray.
The device does
not work correctly
(EJECT, LOAD,
PLAY)
There is no sound.
The operation keys
do not work
The sound of the
CD player skips
No radio reception.
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RPT
RDM
INT
LOUD
MUTE
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MP3/CDR/RW PLAYBACK
Replace another fuse according to the wiring
diagram.
The fuse has blown.
The CDs cannot
be loaded.
FLASH
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Insert the compact disc with the label facing
upward
The surface of CD is extremely dirty
or it is damaged.
Clean the CD or try another CD, if this works
correctly, the first CD is properly damaged.
Temperature inside the car is too
high.
Cool off until the ambient temperature returns
to normal
The volume control is set too low.
Turn up the volume properly.
The device has not been correctly
connected.
Check the power and ground connection
according to the wiring diagram.
1.The built-in microcomputer is not
operating properly due to noise
2.Front panel is not properly fix into
its place
1. Switch the device off and on again. Or press
the RESET button to resume the program.
The installation angle is more than
30 degrees
Adjust the installation angle to less than 30
degrees
The surface of the road is uneven.
Wait until the road becomes smoother before
playing the CD.
The surface of CD is extremely dirty
or it is damaged.
Clean the CD or try another CD, if this works
correctly, the first CD is properly damaged.
2. Reinstall the front panel
The antenna cable is not connected. Insert the antenna cable firmly into the
antenna socket of the device.
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Remove the transport screws before using.
Inserting the disc in upside down
In automatic search The transmission signals are too
mode the radio does weak.
not stop at a transmitting station.
2
Tune in to a radio station manually.
AUX
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1 & 2.SEL(MENU) BUTTON AND VOL KNOB
a) Press the SEL button briefly, it is activated as selecting each mode of E. VOL.
-> VOLUME ->BASS ->TREBLE -> BALANCE -> FADER ->
When selecting a desired audio mode, rotate the VOL knob to adjust the
audio effect.
In each mode, the waiting time is about 5 seconds, and the time waiting time
is over, it returns to the last display mode of tuner or CDP mode.
The control mode of E.VOL is operated with following numeric display.
- VOL: (MIN)00, 01,......46, 47(MAX).
- BASS/TRE: -07, -06,...,00,...+06,+07
- BAL: 0LR9, 1LR9, ..., 9LR9,..., 9LR1, 9LR0
- FAD: 0FR9,1FR9, ..., 9FR9,..., 9FR1, 9FR0
b) When pressed and hold for more than 2 seconds, it is activated as cyclical
mode of following functions for user’s selection.
->BEEP (ON/OFF) -> USER SET(FLAT/CLASSIC/ROCK/POP)
->VOL(LAST/DEFA) ->CLK(ON/OFF)->CLK(12/24)mode.
When selecting a desired audio mode, rotate the VOL knob to adjust the
audio effect.
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BEEP ON/BEEP OFF
BEEP ON mode: The beep is generated when any key is pressed.
BEEP OFF mode: The beep sound is disabled.
VOL LAST/VOL DEFA
VOL LAST: The radio switches on at the actual volume it had when it was last
switched off.
VOL DEFA: After pressing SEL button, AVOL will be displayed. Then you can
pre-select a constant switch-on volume by using the VOL knob.
CLK ON/OFF
CLK ON: Clock will always show on the display when power off.
CLK OFF: Clock will disappear on the display when power off.
3 . POWER ON/OFF & MUTE
When the unit is power off, the unit comes to on by pressing any button except
the EJECT and the RELEASE button.
When the unit is power on, press and hold the power button for more than 0.5
seconds, the unit goes into power off mode.
When the unit is power on, press the power to switch the MUTE state on/off.
4. LCD Display
5. CD SLOT
6&7. TUNE, SEEK, TRACK, SKIP UP / DOWN BUTTONS
a) During RADIO mode:
Press the >>| or |<< button briefly to manual tune up/down for the desired
radio station frequency step by step.
Press and hold the >>| or |<< button for longer 0.5 seconds, to automatically
tune up/down for the radio station frequency of strong signal.
b) During disc, USB playback mode:
Press the >>| button briefly to play next track.
Press the |<< button briefly to play the current track from the beginning of it
if the playing time is more than 2 seconds.
Press the |<< button briefly to play the previous track if the playing time is
less than 2 seconds.
Press the >>| or |<< button and hold to skip forwards or backwards, release
to resume normal playback.
8. PRESET STATION MEMORY AND TOP/>||, INT, RPT, RDM BUTTONS
a) During radio mode:
Go to any preset station by pressing one of the 6 preset station buttons (1-6).
If one of these buttons is pressed for more than 2 seconds, the station currently
being listened to will be memorized into the selected preset button.
b) During disc, USB mode:
1) Press the TOP/ >|| button briefly to interrupt the playback of the disc or USB.
Press again to resume normal playback of the disc or USB.
Press the TOP/>|| button and hold for approximately 0.5 seconds to play the
first track of the disc or USB.
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CARE FOR USING CD'S:
About CD-R/CD-R/W discs:
In addition to commercially-recorded audio CD's, this unit can play CD-R and
CD-R/W discs. In some cases, particularly when recorded on older CD burners,
some CD-R and CD-R/W discs may not play. Also, whenever you are recording
a CD for playback in this receiver, it is recommended that you record at 24x or
slower speed for CD-R and 4x or slower for CD-R/W to achieve higher signal
quality and better playback performance.
1. To keep the disc clean:
Do not attach any sticker or adhesive tape on the disc.
Handle the disc by its edge to keep the disc clean and do not touch the surface.
Before playing a disc, wipe it off with a clean, dust-free cleaning cloth.
Wipe the disc outwards from the disc center.
2. When one has already been inserted. Doing so may damage the unit. Insert a disc
with labeled surface up, or it will damage the unit.
3. Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or nearby heat sources such as heating
vents, caliduct which can cause the disc to warp.
Do not leave disc in a car if it is parked in direct sunlight as that will lead to a
considerable rise in the temperature inside the car.
4. Do not use any secondhand or rented disc, usually, there is glue on the surface of
those discs, it will stop the unit working and damage it.
5. Always store the disc in its case for protection. Scratched up discs will produce poor
sound performance and cause CD player to skip.
6. In raining day or wet area, the moisture may form on the disc or the optical parts,
the playback may not be possible. If moisture forms on the disc, wipe it off with a
soft cloth.
If moisture forms on the optical parts of the unit, allow the unit to sit for about one
hour with power on.
7. Do not use solvents such as benzine or thinners. Commercially available cleaners
or anti-static spray will damage the unit.
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INSTALLATION METHOD
This is an anti-theft installation method.
The main unit wears a METAL MOUNTING SLEEVE.
Please connect the wiring, eg, the Power supply, the Speakers and the Antenna
according to the requirements of this Instruction Manual, then install the metal mounting
sleeve into the car as per the diagram illustrated below.
To properly fix the metal mounting
sleeve, bend the tabs of the sleeve
against the DASH BOARD with a
screwdriver.
To raise the anti-skip capability of the unit,
please ensure the metal support strap is
connected firmly to the car chassis.
METAL
SUPPORT STRAP
UNIT CHASSIS
PLASTIC TRIM RING
DASHBOARD
METAL MOUNTING SLEEVE
FRONT PANEL
To remove the CD player out of the mounting sleeve,
insert the two supplied keys into the left and right side
slots of the chassis at the same time.
Before installing and operating
the CD player, remove the metal
mounting sleeve illustrated by
the arrows.
9. BAND AND LOC BUTTON
In radio mode,press the BND button briefly to select the radio broadcasting
band you would like to hear. The AM/FM band is toggled cyclically through the
tuning bands:
->FM 1-> FM 2 -> FM 3 -> AM1->AM 2 ->.
Press and hold the BND button to select LOCAL/DX mode.
Note: This button is only for FM reception. In AM mode, LOC is void.
10. MODE BUTTON
Press the MODE button to change among tuner (radio), disc (when a disc is
loaded), USB (when an USB stick is inserted) and AUX mode.
NOTE
注意事項
2) Press the INT button to sample the first 10 seconds part of each track, and the
INT ON will be visible on the LCD display.
In the process of INT, pressINT button again to stop sampling and to continue
playing the current track, and the LCD will display INT OFF.
3) Press the RPT button once to play the current track repeatedly, and the RPT
ONE will be visible on the LCD display.
During MP3/WMA disc or USB mode, press the RPT button twice
continuously to play the current folder repeatedly, and the RPT ABM will be
visible on the LCD display.
In the process of RPT, press RPT button again to stop playing repeatedly
mode and the LCD will display RPT OFF.
4) Press the RDM button to play all tracks on disc in random order, and the
RDM ON will be visible on the LCD display.
In the process of RDM, press RDM button again to stop playing in random
order and the LCD will display RDM OFF.
5) Press the -10 and +10button to move up and down10 tracks at a time.
When the remained total tracks is lack of 10, the both buttons are inactively.
Remove the two screws that protect
the CD player during transportation
before operating the player.
To attach the removable faceplate, insert the
right side of the faceplate into the right of the
CD player chassis first. Then push the left side
of the faceplate into the chassis until you hear
it “click”.
11. EJECT KEY
In the power on state, the loaded disc can be ejected by pressing the EJ key.
12. LOUDNESS BUTTON
When press briefly, the LOUD mode is turned on, its to enhance the bass sound
effect when the volume level is low. Press again to cancel the loudness effect.
13. AS/PS BUTTON (Auto-storage /Preset scan)
During radio mode:
1) when press and hold for more than 1 second, the radio searches from the
current frequency and checks the signal strength level until 6 station are
found. And then the 6 stations frequency are preset to the corresponding
preset memory numbered bank. The auto-storage operation is implemented
in the each selected band. When the auto-storage operation is finished, the
radio execute the Preset Scan.
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2) when press briefly, the radio searches for each preset station in the current
band and holds at that preset number for 5 seconds with releasing mute, and
then search again.
During MP3/WMA file in disc or USB mode:
1) In TRACK SEARCH mode, the LCD will display TRK T 000 and flash the
biggest digit 0 that the USBstick contain. (if the number of tracks is less than
100 and more than 9, it will be TRK 00) Then rotate the VOL knob to select the
number of the flashing digit from 0 ~ 9. Then press SEL button to confirm the
number and flash next smaller digit 0.
With the same means, select the number of the flashing digit. After finishing
selecting the number of all flashing digit, press SEL button to play the track of
the selected serial number.
18. RELEASE BUTTON
Press the REL button to release the front control panel from the unit chassis,
then pull it up a little to remove from the unit chassis.
When the front control panel is removed the LED indicator flashes.
19. RESET BUTTON
Before operating the unit for the first time, or after replacing the car battery or
changing the connections. You must reset the unit.
Press this button with a cuspidal object. This operation will erase the clock
setting and some stored contents.
2) In FIRST CHARACTER SEARCH mode, the LCD will display A--......, If there
are files names its first character are A , the ......is the first file name its first
character is A by the order of A~Z and 0~9; otherwise, the ......is NONE. Then
rotate the VOL knob to select file’s first character by the order of A~Z and 0~9.
Finally press SEL button to play the selected file.
3) In DIRECTORY SEARCH mode, the LCD will display the root folder(if there is
not the root folder, it will find a root folder named ROOT). Then rotate the VOL
knob to select your desired folder and then press >> | or |<< button to select
your desired track in the folder.
Finally press SEL button to play the selected track.
14. ST/MO BUTTON
In FM mode, press the ST briefly to select stereo or mono sound mode.
15.CLK BUTTON
Press the CLK button briefly to display time for 5 seconds on the display, and
then returns to its previous display unless the button is pressed again.
Then press the CLK button and hold for more than 1 second until the real time
flashes on the display. Then you can adjust HOUR or MINUTE by rotate the
VOL knob.
16.AUX INPUT JACK
Press the mode button to select auxiliary input playing mode. Then you can
connect any matched external audio device to this socket. Use the volume
knob to adjust volume.
17.USB SOCKET
In order to play the file in the USB stick, turn over the plastic cover cap then
insert the USB stick into the USB socket. The system will change into the
USB mode automatically, and then play the first file in the USB.
When no needing to do USB operation, please cover the plastic cover cap.
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