Planet-Audio Speaker System Installation Instructions

Planet-Audio Speaker System Installation Instructions
P350UA
OWNER’S MANUAL
Mobile Audio System
y PLL Synthesizer Stereo Radio
y Automatic Memory Storing
y Detachable Panel
y Preset Equalization
y Memory Card Interface
y USB Interface
y Auxiliary Input Function
y Remote Control
INSTALLATION
Notes:
y
Choose the mounting location where the unit
will not interfere with the normal driving
function of the driver.
y
Before installing the unit, connect the wiring
temporarily and make sure it is all connected
up properly and the unit and the system work
properly.
y
Use only the parts included with the unit to
ensure proper installation. The use of
unauthorized parts can cause malfunctions.
y
Consult with your nearest dealer if
installation requires the drilling of holes or
other modifications of the vehicle.
y
Install the unit where it does not get in the
driver’s way and cannot injure the passenger
if there is a sudden stop, like an emergency
stop.
y
Avoid installing the unit where it would be
subject to high temperature, such as from
direct sunlight, hot air, from the heater, or
where it would be subject to dust, dirt or
excessive vibration.
DIN FRONT-MOUNT (Method A)
Installing the unit
After inserting the holder into the dashboard,
select the appropriate tab according to the
thickness of the dashboard material and bend
them inwards to secure the holder in place.
Removing the unit
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.
DIN REAR-MOUNT (Method B)
If your vehicle is a Nissan, Toyota, follow these
mounting instructions.
Use the screw holes marked T (Toyota), N
(Nissan) located on both sides of the unit to
fasten the unit to the factory radio mounting
brackets supplied with your vehicle.
Side View showing
Screw Holes marked
T, N or S
Screw
Factory Radio
Mounting Bracket
Screw
(1) Metal Strap
Be sure to use the strap to secure the back of
the unit of the place. The strap can be bent by
hand to the desired angle.
(2) Mounting Bolt
(3) Hex Nut
(4) Spring Washer
(5) Tapping Screw
(6) Plain Washer
a
(a) Dashboard
(b) Holder
b
Dashboard or Console
To fasten the unit to the factory radio mounting
brackets.
Align the screw holes on the bracket with the
screw holes on the unit, and then tighten the
screws (5x5mm) on each side.
Note: the outer trim ring, sleeve and the metal
strap are not used for method B installation.
USING THE DETACHABLE CONTROL PANEL
To Detach the Control panel
1. Press the release button ( ) on the front
panel and pull off the control panel.
Control Panel
2. Keep the control panel into the case.
Control Panel
To Install the Control Panel
To install the control panel, insert the panel into
the housing and make sure the panel is properly
installed. Otherwise, abnormality occurs on the
display or some keys will not function properly.
Precautions when handling
1. Do not drop the control panel.
2. Do not put pressure on the display or control
buttons when detaching or re-installing the
control panel.
3. Do not touch the contacts on the control
panel or on the main unit body. It may result
in poor electrical contact.
4. If any dirt or foreign substances adhered on
the contacts, they can be removed with a
clean and dry cloth.
5. Do not expose the control panel to high
temperatures or direct sunlight in anywhere.
6. Keep away any volatile agents (e.g. benzene,
thinner, or insecticides) from touching the
surface of the control panel
7. Do not attempt to disassemble the control
panel.
WIRING CONNECTION
FOR 4X50W SYSTEM
OPERATION
LOCATION OF KEYS
1.
Tune/seek/track up button
2.
Release button
3. /MUT button
4. Volume knob (when rotated)
SEL button (when pressed)
5. EQ button
6. DSP button
7. MON button
8. MOD button
9. AS/PS/Navi-SCH button
Tune/seek/track down button
10.
11. Remote sensor
12. USB interface
13. BND/LOUD/ENT button
14. 1 PAU button
15. 2 SCN
16. 3 RPT
17. 1-6 preset buttons
18. 4 SHF
19. 5 DIR20. 6 DIR+
21. Liquid crystal display
22. AUX IN
23. Reset button
24. Memory card interface
SWITCHING ON/OFF THE UNIT
Press /MUT button (3) to turn on the unit.
When the system is on, press and hold /MUT
button (3) to turn off the unit.
FACEPLATE RELEASE
Press
button (2) to release the removable
faceplate.
SOUND ADJUSTMENT
Press SEL button (4) shortly to select the desired
adjustment mode. The adjustment mode will
change in the following order:
VOL
BAS
TRE
(Volume) (Bass) (Treble)
BAL
FAD
(Balance) (Fader)
By rotating the volume knob (4) clockwise or
counter-clockwise, it is possible to adjust the
desired sound quality.
SYSTEM SETTING
Press and hold SEL button (4) on the control
panel to enter system setting mode. Then shortly
press SEL button (4) to select the item you want
to change and rotate the volume knob (4) to
change the corresponding setting.
1) BEEP ON/OFF
Use the volume knob (4) to set Beep sound
ON or OFF.
2) AREA USA/EUR
Use the volume knob (4) to set AREA USA,
AREA EUR frequency spacing.
Note the frequency range of the different
area is not the same.
3) P-VOL
Use the volume knob (4) to select the volume
level when the unit turns on.
DISPLAY INFORMATION
Press DSP button (6) to operate as the
conversion of each display mode.
SET THE CLOCK
Shortly press the DSP button (6) until the clock is
shown on the display. Then hold the DSP button
button (10)
until the clock flashes. Then press
button (1) to
to change the minutes and
change the hours.
EQUALIZATION
Press EQ button (5) to turn on equalization
function and to select desired audio mode. There
are five kinds of mode as below:
→
FLAT → CLASS → POP →
ROCK →
OFF
OPERATION
MUTE
Press /MUT button (3) to mute down the
sound instantly. Press again to resume the
sound.
LOUDNESS
Press BND/LOUD/ENT button (13) for several
seconds to reinforce the bass output and “LOUD”
will appear on the display. Press it for several
seconds again to release this function.
MODE SELECTION
Press MOD button (8) to select radio, USB,
memory card play or AUX mode.
REMOTE SENSOR
Point the remote control handset to the remote
sensor (11). Press the function keys on the
handset to control the system.
AUXILIARY INPUT
The unit can be connected to a portable audio
player through the auxiliary input jack AUX IN (22)
on the control panel. After finishing the
connection, you can press MOD button (8) on the
control panel to switch the mode to AUX mode.
RESET FUNCTION
Reset button (23) 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.
POWER-DOWN MEMORY FUNCTION
The unit has the power-down memory function;
some data will never lose even when power's off.
You can press the numerical button 1 (14) and
MOD button (8) together to clear the power-down
memory function.
RADIO OPERATION
SELECTING THE FREQUENCY BAND
At radio mode, press BND/LOUD/ENT button (13)
shortly to select the desired band.
The reception band will change in the following
order:
FM1
FM2
FM3
SELECTING STATION
Press
button (1) or
AM
button (10) shortly to
activate automatic seek function. Press for
several seconds until “MANUAL” appears on the
display, the manual tuning mode is selected. If
both buttons have not been pressed for several
seconds, they will return to seek tuning mode and
“AUTO” appears on the display.
AUTOMATIC MEMORY STORING &
PROGRAM SCANNING
- Automatic memory storing
Press AS/PS button (9) for several seconds
to store the strongest stations that searched
into the corresponding preset number button.
-
Program scanning
Press AS/PS button (9) shortly to scan preset
station.
STATION STORING
Press any one of the preset buttons (17) (1 to 6)
to select a station, which had been stored in the
memory. Press this button for several seconds to
store the current station into the number button.
MONO/STEREO
Press MON button (7) to select mono or stereo
mode. You can sometimes improve reception of
distant stations by selecting mono operation.
USB OPERATION
On the control panel of the unit, there is an USB
interface (12). You can connect an USB driver
through this interface (12).
When you connect an USB driver through the
interface, the unit will search the MP3 files or
WMA files in the USB driver and start to play MP3
files or WMA files automatically. If in other mode,
you can also press MODE button (8) to select
USB mode.
SELECTING TRACKS
button (10) or
button (1)
Press
to move to the previous track or the following
track. Track number shows on display.
Hold
button (1) to fast
button (10) or
reverse or fast forward. Normal play starts from
when you release the button.
SELECTING DIRECTORY UP/DOWN
Press DIR- button (19) or DIR+ button (20) to
select directory downward or upward. If the MP3
files does not contain any directory, there is no
function of pressing DIR- button (19) or DIR+
button (20).
OPERATION
PAUSING PLAYING
Press PAU button (14) to pause the playing.
Press it again to resume play.
PREVIEWING ALL TRACKS
Press SCN button (15) to play first several
seconds of each track. Press again to stop intro
and listen to track.
REPEATING THE SAME TRACK
Press RPT button (16) to continuously repeat the
same track. Press it again to stop repeat.
PLAYING ALL TRACKS IN RANDOM
Press SHF button (18) to play all tracks on the
USB in random order. Press again to cancel the
function.
SELECTING TRACKS BY AS/PS BUTTON
Press AS/PS button (9), then rotate VOL knob (4)
to select the track directly.
Then press the SEL button (4) or BND/LOUD/ENT
button (13) to start playing the track.
DISPLAY INFORMATION
Press DSP button (6) to show the following
information, such as the clock, ID3 TAG (if
available: song title, directory name, artist name,
other contents…) (FOR WITH MP3 ID3
FUNCTION VERSION ONLY) and other
information.
Note:
z The main unit can only support the
standard USB-memory device.
z USB MP3 player is not a standard which
means different brand name or different
models have their own standard. So our
product cannot support every MP3 player.
z When connecting an MP3 player and there
has normal battery in the player
(non rechargeable battery), you should
remove the battery from the MP3 player
then connect it to the USB interface.
Otherwise, it may cause battery burst.
z When in USB play mode, be sure not to
remove the USB driver from the USB
interface.
MEMORY CARD OPERATION
There is a memory card interface (24) on the
housing the unit.
When you insert a memory card in the memory
card interface, the unit will search the MP3 files
or WMA files in the card and start to play MP3
files or WMA files automatically.
The operation is the same with the USB
operation described above.
CAUTION
When there are important files in the USB device
or the memory 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.
REMOTE CONTROL
1. VOL+: Volume Up Button
2. (MUTE): Power On/Off/MUTE Button
3. SEL: Sound Mode Select Button
4. TUNE/SKIP : Tune/Seek Down Button
5. DISP: Display Button
6. VOL-: Volume Down Button
7. 1 PAU: Pause Button
8. 1-6: Preset Buttons
9. 4 SHF: Shuffle Button
10. AS/PS/D-AUD:
Automatic Memory Storing & Program Scanning
Button (Press to select the track directly in
MP3/WMA file Operation)
11. MODE: Mode Button
12. TUNE/SKIP : Tune/Seek Up Button
13. BAND/LOU/ENT:
Band Select Button (When pressed shortly)
Loudness Button (When pressed long)
(Enter Button For MP3/WMA file Operation)
14. 2 SCN: Scanning Button
15. 3 RPT: Repeat Button
16. 6 DIR : Directory Up Button
17. 5 DIR : Directory Down Button
SPECIFICATION
GENERAL
Power Supply Requirements
Tone Controls
- Bass (at 100 Hz)
- Treble (at 10 kHz)
Maximum Output Power
Current Drain
: DC 12 Volts, Negative Ground
: ±10 dB
: ±10 dB
: 4X50 watts
: 5 Ampere (max.)
USB/SD/MMC PLAYER
Signal to Noise Ratio
Channel Separation
Frequency Response
: More than 60 dB
: More than 50 dB
: 20Hz – 20 kHz
RADIO
IF
Sensitivity (S/N=30dB)
Stereo Separation
FM
87.5 to 107.9 MHz (USA)
87.5 to 108 MHz (Europe)
10.7 MHz
10 dBμ
>25dB
Frequency Coverage
Frequency Coverage
IF
Sensitivity (S/N=20dB)
AM
530 to 1710 KHz (USA)
522 to 1620 KHz (Europe)
450 kHz
32 dBu
Frequency Coverage
Remarks:
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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 in 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.
Control panel is not properly fixed into
its place.
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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