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Contents

1 Important

4

Safety 4

Notice 4

2 Your car audio system

6

Introduction 6

What’s in the box

Overview of the main unit

Overview of the remote control

6

7

9

3 Get

11

Install the car audio 11

Install remote control battery

Turn on

Set clock

15

16

16

4 Listen to radio

17

Tune to a radio station

Store radio stations in memory

Tune to a preset station

17

17

17

5 Use bluetooth devices

18

Pairing bluetooth devices

Adjust microphone position

Voice dialing

Make a call

Call waiting

Call transfer

Terminate call

Play audio fi les

18

18

18

18

19

19

19

19

audio les

20

Play a disc 20

Play from USB/SD/SDHC/MMC device 20

Control play 21

Search for an MP3/WMA track

View play information

21

22

Intro play

Shuffl e play

Repeat play

Connect external sound source

22

22

22

22

7 Adjust

23

Adjust volume 23

Mute 23

Turn Dynamic Bass Boost (DBB) on/off 23

Select preset equalizer 23

Other sound settings 23

8 Adjust system settings

24

Set PIN code 24

Set bluetooth connection

Select blackout setting

Turn demo mode on/off

Change button backlight color

Select start volume

Turn beep sound on/off

Turn display scroll on/off

Select shock-protect setting

25

25

25

Reset 25

24

24

24

24

24

9 Additional

27

Detach the front panel

Replace fuse

Remove the unit

27

27

27

10 Product information

28

11 Troubleshooting

29

About Bluetooth device 29

12 Glossary

31

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1 Important

Safety

Read and understand all instructions before you use your apparatus. If damage is caused by failure to follow instructions, the warranty does not apply.

This apparatus is designed for negative ground (earth) 12 V DC operation only.

To ensure safe driving, adjust the volume to a safe and comfortable level.

Improper fuses can cause damage or fi re. When you need to change the fuse, consult a professional.

Use only the supplied mounting hardware for a safe and secure installation.

To avoid short circuit, do not expose the apparatus, remote control or remote control batteries to rain or water.

Never insert objects into the ventilation slots or other openings on the apparatus.

Clean the apparatus and frame with a soft, damp cloth. Never use substances such as alcohol, chemicals or household cleaners on the apparatus.

Never place any objects other than discs into the apparatus.

Never use solvents such as benzene, thinner, cleaners available commercially, or anti-static sprays intended for discs.

Visible and invisible laser radiation when open. Avoid exposure to beam.

Risk of damage to the apparatus screen!

Never touch, push, rub or strike the screen with any object.

Caution

Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure or other unsafe operation.

Notice

The making of unauthorized copies of copyprotected material, including computer programs, fi les, broadcasts and sound recordings, may be an infringement of copyrights and constitute a criminal offence.

This equipment should not be used for such purposes.

This apparatus includes these labels:

Class II equipment symbol

This symbol indicates that the apparatus has a double insulation system.

Recycling

Your product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components, which can be recycled and reused.

When you see the crossed-out wheel bin symbol attached to a product, it means the product is covered by the European Directive

2002/96/EC:

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Never dispose of your product with other household waste. Please inform yourself about the local rules on the separate collection of electrical and electronic products. The correct disposal of your old product helps prevent potentially negative consequences on the environment and human health.

Your product contains batteries covered by the

European Directive 2006/66/EC, which cannot be disposed of with normal household waste.

Please inform yourself about the local rules on separate collection of batteries. The correct disposal of batteries helps prevent potentially negative consequences on the environment and human health.

Specifi cations are subject to change without notice. Trademarks are the property of

Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. or their respective owners. Philips reserves the right to change products at any time without being obliged to adjust earlier supplies accordingly.

This product complies with the radio interference requirements of the European

Community.

This product complies with the requirements of the following directives and guidelines:

2004/108/EC + 2006/95/EC.

Environmental information

All unnecessary packaging has been omitted.

We have tried to make the packaging easy to separate into three materials: cardboard (box), polystyrene foam (buffer) and polyethylene

(bags, protective foam sheet.)

Your system consists of materials which can be recycled and reused if disassembled by a specialized company. Please observe the local regulations regarding the disposal of packaging materials, exhausted batteries and old equipment.

Any changes or modifi cations made to this device that are not expressly approved by

Philips Consumer Lifestyle may void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

2009 © Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All rights reserved.

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2 Your car audio system

Congratulations on your purchase, and welcome to Philips! To fully benefi t from the support that Philips offers, register your product at www.philips.com/welcome.

Introduction

With the in-car audio system, you can enjoy your drive while you listen to:

FM or AM (MW) radio

Audio from CD or MP3 disc

Audio from your mobile phone

Audio from a USB drive

Audio from a SD/SDHC/MMC card

Audio from external devices

Besides, you can make a call, answer and hang up a call on the audio system.

What’s in the box

Check and identify the contents of your package: a Car audio system b Remote control c Microphone d Microphone hold e Rubber cushion f Disassembly tool (2 pieces) g Front panel h Carrying case for front panel i Trim plate j Screw (4 pieces) k User manual

6 EN a l Quick start guide m Standard connector b c g i k d e l h j f m

Overview of the main unit

a b c d e f g h i s r q p o n m l k j x w v u a

(green/red)

Answer phone (green).

Dial number (green).

View call log (green).

Terminate call (red).

b

/ DBB

• Select tuner band.

Select MP3/WMA folder.

Scroll up menu.

• Turn on or off Dynamic Bass Boost

(DBB) sound.

t c SOURCE

Select audio source.

Connect or disconnect bluetooth connection.

d

/MUTE

• Turn the unit on or off.

Adjust volume.

Confi rm selection.

Enter characters for search.

Dial phone number.

Mute or restore the volume.

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e MENU / DISP

• Display radio frequency, clock and

• radio program type (if available).

Display track, elapsed time, artist, alburm, title, folder, fi le and clock.

Access system menu.

f

Return to previous menu.

Stop search.

Disable screen blackout.

g Display panel h

• Unlock the panel i USB socket j External device socket k 6

• l 5

Select preset station 6.

Select preset station 5.

m SHUF, 4

• Set shuffl e play mode.

• Select preset station 4.

n 3, REP

• Set repeat play mode.

• Select preset station 3.

o INTRO, 2

• Turn intro play on or off.

• Select preset station 2.

p 1,

Start play

Pause or resume play.

Select preset station 1.

q

/

• Tune to a radio station

• Skip/search for MP3/WMA track.

r EQ/Audio

• Select equalizer (EQ) setting.

• Access audio setting menu.

s

/SEARCH

• Select tuner band.

Store radio stations automatically.

Scroll up or down menu.

Select MP3/WMA folder.

Search a track or folder. t Panel power connection u Disc slot v

• Take disc out.

w RESET

• Restore default settings x SD/MMC card slot

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a b c d e f

Overview of the remote control

g h i a

/

Tune to a radio station

Skip/search for a track.

b

• Mute or restore volume.

c

PWR

• Turn the unit on or off.

j n o p q r k l m s t u d MENU

• Access system menu.

e AUDIO

• Access audio setting menu.

f 5/6/7/8/9/0+

• Select track or preset radio station.

• Enter phone number.

g

Answer phone.

Dial number.

h 1,

Start play from the beginning of the fi rst track.

Pause or resume play.

Select preset station 1.

Enter phone number.

i SHUF, 4

• Set shuffl e play mode.

Select preset station 4.

Enter phone number.

j SEL

• Confi rm selection.

k

/

Tune for radio station

Skip/search for MP3/WMA track.

l

Return to previous menu.

Disable screen blackout. m SOURCE

• Select audio source.

n VOLUME +/-

• Adjust volume.

o EQ

• Select EQ setting.

p DBB

• Turn on or off Dynamic Bass Boost

(DBB) sound.

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q SEARCH

• Set radio station memory

• automatically.

Search a track or folder.

r DISP

• Display radio frequency, clock and radio program type (if available).

• Display MP3/WMA elapsed time, last listened radio frequency, and clock. s

• Terminate call t 3, REP

• Set repeat play mode.

• Select preset station 3.

• Enter phone number.

u INTRO, 2

• Turn intro play on or off.

Select preset station 2.

Enter phone number.

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Caution

Use the controls only as stated in this user manual.

Always follow the instructions in this chapter in sequence.

If you contact Philips, you will be asked for the model and serial number of your apparatus. The model number and serial number are on the bottom of your apparatus. Write the numbers here:

Model No. __________________________

Serial No. ___________________________

Install the car audio

These instructions are for a typical installation.

However, if your car has different requirements, make the corresponding adjustment. If you have any questions regarding installation kits, consult your Philips car audio dealer.

Caution

This unit is designed for negative ground (earth) 12 V

DC operation only.

Always install this unit in the car dashboard. Other locations can be dangerous as the rear of the unit heats up during use.

To avoid short-circuit: before you connect, ensure that the ignition is off.

Ensure that you connect the yellow and red power supply leads after all other leads are connected.

Ensure that all loose leads are insulated with electrical tape.

Ensure that the leads do not get caught under screws orin parts that will move (e.g. seat rail).

Ensure that all ground (earth) leads are run to a common ground (earth) point.

Use only the supplied mounting hardware for a safe and secure installation.

Improper fuses can cause damage or fi re. When you need to change the fuse, consult a professional.

Note on the power supply lead (yellow)

• When you connect other devices to this apparatus, ensure that the rating of the car circuit is higher than the total fuse value of all the connected devices.

Notes on speaker connection

• Never connect speaker wires to the metal

• body or chassis of the car.

Never connect speaker wires with stripes to one another.

Overview of parts

These are the supplied parts needed to connect and install this unit.

a In-car audio system b Sleeve c Front panel d Standard connector e Trim plate f Rubber cushion g Disassembly tools h Screws (4 pieces) a b c f d g e h

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Connection: for cars with ISO connectors

Caution

Ensure that all loose leads are insulated with electrical tape.

1

Pull out the ISO connectors from car dashboard and connect them to the bigger end of the supplied standard connector.

A

A B

A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8

2

Connect the other end of the supplied standard connector to the unit.

3

Connect the antenna and amplifi er as illustrated, if applicable.

3

4

5

1

2 a b c d e

Connector

MIC

REAR LINE

OUT R

REAR LINE

OUT L

SUB OUT

ANTENNA

Connect to

Microphone

Rear right speaker

Rear left speaker

Subwoofer

Antenna

Connection: for cars without ISO connectors

Caution

Be sure to connect the black ground (earth) lead fi rst.

1

Connect the antenna and amplifi er as illustrated, if applicable.

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B

A B

A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8

A a b c d a b c d a b g h i e f c d a b c d e

1

2

3

4

5

Connector

MIC

REAR LINE

OUT R

REAR LINE

OUT L

SUB OUT

ANTENNA

Connect to

Microphone

Rear right speaker

Rear left speaker

Subwoofer

Antenna

2

Cut off the bigger end of the supplied standard connector.

3

Check the car’s wiring carefully and connect them to the supplied standard connector.

1

2

3

4

Green/black strip Left speaker

(Rear)

White/black strip Left speaker

(Front)

Gray/black strip Right speaker

(Front)

Purple/black strip Right speaker

(Rear) f e i g h

RED

BLUE

Ignition key +12V DC when ON/ACC

Motor/electric antenna relay control lead/

Amplifi er relay control lead

BLACK

ORANGE/

WHITE

Ground

Illumination switch

YELLOW To the +12V car battery which is energized at all times c d a b

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4

Connect the supplied standard connector to the unit.

Mount in the dashboard

1

If the car does not have an on-board drive or navigation computer, disconnect the negative terminal of the car battery.

• If you disconnect the car battery in

• a car that has an on-board drive or navigation computer, the computer may lose its memory.

If the car battery is not disconnected, to avoid short-circuit, ensure that bare wires do not touch each other.

2

Remove the two screws on the top of the unit.

4

Ensure that car dashboard opening is within these measurements:

5mm

183 mm

53mm

5

Install the sleeve into the dashboard and bend the tabs outward to fi x the sleeve.

Note

Skip this step if the unit is not fi xed by sleeve but by supplied screws.

3

Remove the mounting sleeve with the supplied disassembly tools.

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5mm

6

Place the supplied rubber cushion over the end of the mounting bolt.

7

Slide the unit into the dashboard until you hear a click sound.

8

Reconnect the negative terminal of the car battery.

Attach the front panel

1

Attach the trim plate.

2

Insert the right side of the panel in the chassis until it is correctly engaged.

3

Press the left side of the panel and point the left hole at the left pillar.

4

Release the panel to engage the left side.

Install remote control battery

Caution

Risk of explosion! Keep batteries away from heat, sunshine or fi re. Never discard batteries in fi re.

Risk of decreased battery life! Never mix different brands or types of batteries.

Risk of product damage! When the remote control is not used for long periods, remove the batteries.

Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply. See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate.

For fi rst-time use:

1

Remove the protective tab to activate the remote control battery.

To replace the remote control battery:

1

Open the battery compartment.

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2

Insert 1 CR2025 batteries with correct polarity (+/-) as indicated.

3

Close the battery compartment.

Turn on

1

Press

• To turn off the unit, press seconds.

for 3

Set clock

1

Press

2

Press repeatedly until the currently time is displayed.

3

Turn

4

Press

5

Turn

6

Press

View clock

1

Press clock is displayed.

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4 Listen to radio

Tune to a radio station

1

Press

2

Press to select band: [FM1], [FM2],

[FM3], [AM1], or [AM2] .

3

Press to tune to a radio station manually.

»

The radio station is broadcast.

»

To search for a radio station automatically, press SEARCH for 3 seconds.

Select tuner sensitivity

You can adjust the tuner sensitivity if you want to receive more radio stations or only stations with strong signal.

1

Press

2

Press repeatedly until [LOCAL] or

[DX] is displayed.

3

Rotate

• [ LOCAL] (local): Only stations with strong signal can be broadcast.

• [ DX] (distance): Stations with strong and weak signals can be broadcast.

4

Press

Select stereo/mono broadcasting

For stations with weak signals: to improve the reception, change to monoaural sound.

1

Press

2

Press repeatedly until [STEREO] or [MONO] is displayed.

3

Turn

• [STEREO]: stereo broadcast.

• [MONO]: mono broadcast.

4

Press

Store radio stations in memory

You can store up to 6 stations in each band.

Store staions automatically

1

Press

»

The six strongest stations of the selected band are saved in preset channels 1-6 automatically.

Store staions manually

1

Tune to a station that you want to store.

(see ‘Tune to a radio station’ )

2

Press one of the numbered buttons 1 to 6 for 3 seconds.

»

The station is saved in the selected channel.

Tune to a preset station

1

Press to select band.

2

Press the number button 1 to 6 to select the preset station.

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• Sticked it onto the dashboard.

devices

With this car audio system, you can listen to audio fi les from a player or make a call if bluetooth connection is available on your phone or player.

Pairing bluetooth devices

You can pair your bluetooth device with the unit as follows:

1

Turn on bluetooth function on the device.

2

Setup bluetooth fuction on your device.

3

Select “CEM250” in the pairing list.

4

Enter default password “0000”.

panel if pairing succeeds.

Tip

If the paired device is moved beyond the operational range, when it is brought back, please check if the device is still connected with the system:

. If they are connected, [Disconnect] (red icon) is displayed.

. If connection is lost, [Connect] (green icon) is displayed. Follow the instruction above to pair the device with the system again.

• Or clip it on the sun-shield.

Voice dialing

You can dial a number by voice if your mobile phone supports voice dialing.

1

Press for 3 seconds.

» [VOIC DIAL] is displayed.

2

Speak a name stored in contact list stored in the phone.

»

The unit repeats the number and calls out.

» [NO MATCH] is displayed if the unit does not recognize a number.

Adjust microphone position

For better sound quality in make/receive phone call through Bluetooth, place the microphone at a location close to mouth.

1

Make sure the supplied microphone is connected to the car audio system. (See

“Connect wires” section).

2

Place the microphone at a proper location.

For example,

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Make a call

1

Press

MUSIC].

2

Press .

3

Press to select from the following list:

• [DIAL NUM]: dial a number directly

• [DIALLED]: dialled number

• [MISSED]: missed call

• [RECEIVED]: received call

• [ME PBK]: Phone directory

• [SIM PBK]: SIM card directory

4

Press

To dial a number directly, select [DIAL NUM].

1

Press 0-9 to enter phone number.

• Press / to change a number.

• Press to reset entered numbers.

2

Press to dial.

To use a number in call log or directory, select the options other than [DIAL NUM].

1

Turn directory.

2

Press to dial.

Call waiting

If there is another incoming call during call,

[CALL WAITING] fl ashes on the display panel.

1

Press to terminate the present call.

»

The other call is automatically answered.

»

The fi rst call is terminated.

Call transfer

You can transfer voice from loudspeaker to mobile phones during call.

1

Press

» [TRANSFER] is displayed.

Terminate call

a Press to terminate call.

Play audio fi les

You can listen to audio from a bluetooth device and control playback with the unit.

1

Press

MUSIC].

To play, press 1, .

To pause, press 1, again.

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6 Play audio files

Note

Ensure that the disc or device contains playable fi les.

• To resume CD play, press 1

Remove the CD

To take out the CD,

1

Press

2

Press beside the disc slot.

again.

Tip

If the disc is blocked in the disc compartment, press and hold until the disc comes out.

Play a disc

Note

You cannot play CDs encoded with copyright protection technologies.

You can play commercially available audio CDs and these discs:

CD-Recordables (CD-R)

CD-Re-writables (CD-RW)

MP3 CDs

WMA CDs

Note

Ensure that the disc contains playable content.

You can play DVD discs with the following region codes:

DVD region code Countries

Asia Pacifi c, Taiwan, Korea

Play from USB/SD/SDHC/

MMC device

Note

Ensure that the USB or SD/SDHC/MMC device contains playable music.

Insert the USB device

1

Open the cover marked on the front panel.

1

Press panel.

2

Insert a CD with the printed side facing up.

3

Close the panel.

4

Press 1, to start play.

To pause CD play, press 1 .

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2

Insert the USB device into the USB socket.

»

The unit starts playing from the USB device automatically.

Remove the USB device

1

Press and hold to turn off the unit.

2

Remove the USB device.

Insert a card

Note

This unit supports SD, SDHC, and MMC cards.

1

Press

2

Insert the SD or MMC card into the card slot.

»

The unit starts playing from the SD/

MMC card automatically.

Remove the card

1

Press

2

Press the card until you hear a click sound.

»

The card is now disengaged.

3

Remove the card.

Control play

To select a folder, press or .

To skip to the previous/next track, press

or .

To search backward/forward rapidly within the current track, press or for 3 seconds.

To pause, press 1, .

To resume play, press 1, again.

Search for an MP3/WMA track

1

Press

»

Search menu is displayed.

» [FILE]: search by track name.

» [FOLDER]: search by folder sequence.

2

Turn to confi rm.

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3

Turn press .

4

Repeat step 3 until the search term is complete.

5

Press

»

When search is fi nished, a list of matching tracks are displayed.

6

Turn

7

Press

View play information

1

During play USB/SD/MMC device, press

MENU/DISP repeatedly to view:

Track number and elapsed play time

Artist

Album

Title

Folder

File

Clock

Intro play

You can play the fi rst 10 seconds of each track.

1

During play, press INTRO, 2 to select:

• [INT ON] : After the fi rst 10 seconds of each track have been played, play stops.

• [INT OFF] : Cancel intro play and start normal play.

Shuffl e play

You can play the tracks in random order.

1

During play, press SHUF, 4 to select:

• [SHUF ON]: start shuffl e play for all tracks.

• [SHUF OFF]: cancel shuffl e play.

Repeat play

1

During play, press 3, REP repeatedly to select:

• [RPT 1] (repeat one track): play the current track repeatedly.

• [RPT FOLD] (repeat a folder): play all tracks in the current folder repeatedly.

• [RPT ALL] (repeat all tracks): play all tracks repeatedly.

Connect external sound source

1

Connect the external sound source to

MP3 LINK socket with a 3.5 mm cable.

2

Press

LINK] is displayed.

3

Operate the external component (refer to the instructions supplied with the external component).

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Adjust volume

1

Turn increase/decrease volume.

Mute

You can turn off the sound of your audio.

1

During play, press MUTE .

• To turn the sound back on, press

MUTE again.

Turn Dynamic Bass Boost

(DBB) on/off

1

Press setting is displayed:

» [DBB ON] : The Dynamic Bass Boost

(DBB) function is on.

» [DBB OFF] : The DBB function is off.

2

Press the DBB setting.

Select preset equalizer

1

Press

»

The current Equalizer setting is displayed.

2

Press a preset EQ:

• [USER] (user)

• [FLAT] (fl at)

• [POP] (pop)

• [TECHNO] (techno)

• [ROCK] (rock)

• [CLASSIC] (classic)

• [JAZZ] (jazz)

• [OPTIMAL] (optimal)

Other sound settings

You can also edit user preset EQ.

1

Press

2

Press repeatedly to select the item to be adjusted:

• [BAS] (bass) range: -7 to +7.

• [MID] (bass) range: -7 to +7.

• [TRE] (treble) range: -7 to +7.

• [BAL] (balance) range: 12L to 12R. (L

= left speaker, R = right speaker)

• [FAD] (fader) range: 12R to 12F. (R = rear speaker, F = front speaker)

• [LPF] (low pass fi lter) range: 60, 80,

100, 200.

• [MPF] (mid pass fi lter) range: 500, 1K,

1.5K, 2.5K.

• [HPF] (high pass fi lter) range:10K,

12.5K, 15K, 17.5K.

• [SW ON]/[SW OFF] (subwoofer volume on or off)

• [SW VOL] (subwoofer volume) range:

0 to 15.

3

Turn

4

Press

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settings

Set PIN code

You can set a password for bluetooth connection.

1

Press

2

Press repeatedly to until [PIN

CODE] is displayed.

3

Press

4

Turn to enter a digit.

5

Repeat step 4 to enter other three digits.

Set bluetooth connection

You can set whether the set connects to last bluetooth device automatically.

1

Press

2

Press repeatedly to until [AUTO

ON] or [AUTO OFF] is displayed.

• [AUTO ON]: The unit connects to last bluetooth device automatically.

• [AUTO OFF]: does not connect automatically

3

Press

Select blackout setting

You can set the screen to turn off automatically after the unit is idle for 10 or 20 seconds.

1

Press

2

Turn

• [BKO 10 S] : Turn off the screen automatically 10 seconds after last operation.

• [BKO 20 S] : Turn off the screen automatically 20 seconds after last operation.

• [BKO OFF] : Never turn off the screen.

3

Press

Turn demo mode on/off

When demo mode is on, when the unit is idle for more than 2 minutes, all functions are displayed.

1

Press

2

Press repeatedly to until [DEMO] is displayed.

»

The screen shows current Demo mode setting.

3

Turn to select a setting:

• [DEMO ON] : Turn on the demo mode.

• [DEMO OFF] : Turn off the demo mode.

4

Press

Change button backlight color

You can change button backlight color from blue to red or vice versa.

1

Press

2

Press repeatedly to until [KEY

BLUE] or [KEY RED] is displayed.

3

Turn

• [KEY BLUE]: Backlight turns blue.

• [KEY RED]: Backlight turns red.

Select start volume

Each time you turn on the unit, it can play at the last listened volume or at the preset volume.

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1

Press

2

Press repeatedly to until [V -

LAST] or [V - ADJ] is displayed.

3

Turn

• [V - LAST] : Each time you turn on the unit, the volume remains from its previous use.

• [V - ADJ] : Each time you turn on the unit, the volume is at the preset level.

4

Press

Store preset volume

You can turn on the unit at a preset volume.

1

Select

2

Press

3

Press repeatedly to until [A-VOL] is displayed.

4

Turn

5

Press

Turn beep sound on/off

Each time you press a button, the unit beeps.

You can turn off/on this beep sound.

1

Press

2

Press repeatedly to until [BEEP

ON] or [BEEP OFF] is displayed.

3

Rotate

• [BEEP ON]: Turn on the beep sound.

• [BEEP OFF]: Turn off the beep sound.

4

Press

Turn display scroll on/off

For track information that is longer than the display panel: you can select to cut off the remainder of the text, or scroll to display the full text.

Note

If any special characters are present in the MP3 track name or album name, it may not display correctly on the screen because these characters are not supported.

Some WMA is protected by Digital Rights Management

(DRM), it cannot be played on the unit.

Folders/fi les exceed the supported limit of the unit are not displayed or played.

1

Press

2

Press repeatedly to until [ROLL

ON] or [ROLL OFF] is displayed.

3

Turn

• [ROLL ON] (scroll on): Auto scroll during play.

• [ROLL OFF] (scroll off): No auto scroll display.

4

Press

Select shock-protect setting

You can select the shock protection setting, depending on the stability of your car and the condition of the road.

1

Press

2

Press repeatedly until [ESP] is displayed.

3

Turn

• [ESP 12]: select this when the road is smooth and there are few bumps.

• [ESP 45] select this when the road is bumpy and unstable.

4

Press

Reset

You can reset the unit to its default setting.

1

Detach the front panel.

2

Press the reset button by using a ball-point pen or a similar tool.

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Preset adjustments such as preset channels and sound adjustments are erased.

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9 Additional information

Detach the front panel

You can detach the front panel to deter theft.

1

Press

2

Press the left side of the panel rightward.

A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8

B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8

FUSE 15A

Note

If the new fuse gets damaged again, there may be an internal malfunction. Consult your Philips dealer.

Remove the unit

You can remove the unit from the dashboard.

1

Detach the front panel.

2

Pull out the unit by using the removal keys.

3

Pull the panel towards you to detach it from the chassis.

4

Store the panel in the supplied carry case to protect it from dirt or damage.

Replace fuse

If the fuse is damaged,

1

Check the electric connection.

2

Buy a fuse that matches the voltage of the damaged fuse.

3

Replace the fuse.

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10 Product information

Note

Product information is subject to change without prior notice.

Power supply

Fuse

Suitable speaker impedance

Maximum power output

Continuous power output

Pre-Amp output voltage

Subwoofer output voltage

Aux-in level

Dimensions (W x H x D)

Weight

12 V DC (11 V - 16 V), negative ground

15 A

4 - 8

50 W x 4 channels

24 W x 4 channels

(4 10% T.H.D.)

2.0 V ( USB play mode;

1 kHz, 0 dB, 10 k load)

2.0 V (USB play mode:

61 Hz, 0 dB, 10 k load)

500 mV

188 x 58 x 190 mm

1.0 kg

Radio

Frequency range

- FM

87.5 - 108.0 MHz

(100kHz per step in auto search and 50kHz per step in manual search)

522 - 1620 KHz Frequency range -

AM(MW)

Usable sensitivity

- FM

Usable sensitivity -

AM(MW) (S/N =

20 dB)

8

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—V

—V

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Compatible USB devices:

• USB fl ash memory (USB 2.0 or

USB1.1)

USB fl ash players (USB 2.0 or USB1.1) memory cards (SD / MMC / SDHC)

Supported formats:

• USB or memory fi le format: FAT16,

FAT32

MP3 bit rate (data rate): 32-320 Kbps and variable bit rate

WMA v9 or earlier

Directory nesting up to a maximum

• of 8 levels

Number of albums/ folders: maximum

99

Number of tracks/titles: maximum 999

ID3 tag v2.0 or later

File name in Unicode UTF8

(maximum length: 128 bytes)

Unsupported formats:

• Empty albums: an empty album is an album that does not contain MP3/

WMA fi les, and is not be shown in the display.

• Unsupported fi le formats are skipped.

For example, Word documents (.doc) or MP3 fi les with extension .dlf are ignored and not played.

AAC, WAV, PCM audio fi les

DRM protected WMA fi les (.wav,

.m4a, .m4p, .mp4, .aac)

• WMA fi les in Lossless format

ISO9660, Joliet

Maximum title number: 512 (depending on fi le name length)

Maximum album number: 255

Supported sampling frequencies: 32 kHz,

44.1kHz, 48 kHz

Supported Bit-rates: 32~256 (kbps), variable bit rates

11 Troubleshooting

Caution

Never remove the casing of this apparatus.

To keep the warranty valid, never try to repair the system yourself.

If you encounter problems when using this apparatus, check the following points before requesting service. If the problem remains unsolved, go to the Philips web site (www.

philips.com/support). When you contact Philips, ensure that your apparatus is nearby and the model number and serial number are available.

No power or no sound.

• Car engine is not on. Turn the car engine

• on.

Cable is not correctly connected. Check

• connections.

Fuse is burnt. Replace fuse (see ‘Reset’ ).

Volume is too low. Adjust volume.

If the above solutions cannot help, press the RESET button.

Ensure that the track played is of a compatible format.

Noise in broadcasts.

• Signals are too weak. Select other stations with stronger signals.

• Check the connection of the car antenna.

• Change broadcast from Stereo to mono

(see ‘Select stereo/mono broadcasting’ ).

Cannot play disc

• Ensure that the disc label is inserted with the printed side facing up.

Wipe the disc with fi bre cleaning cloth from the centre to the edge in a straight line.

This disc may be defective. Play another disc.

Ensure that the CD is a fi nalised CD/

CD-R/CD-RW.

Ensure that the CD is not encoded with copyright protection technologies.

The CD skips tracks

• Ensure that the CD is not damaged or

• Ensure that random mode is deactivated.

Disc cannot be ejected

• dirty.

Press and hold

Preset stations lost.

.

• Battery cable is not correctly connected.

Connect the battery cable to the terminal that is always live.

Display show ERR-1

• The disc, USB or SD device cannot be

• read in two minutes.

Display show ERR-3

• USB/SD/MMC data error.

Disc is upside down. Ensure the printed side is facing up.

Display show ERR-5

• Communication error or component is damaged.

About Bluetooth device

Cannot pair the Bluetooth enabled device with the car audio system.

• The device does not support the profi les

• required for the system.

The Bluetooth function of the device is not enabled. Refer to the user manual of the device for how to enable the function.

The audio quality is poor after connection with a Bluetooth-enabled device.

• The microphone is not correctly positioned. Adjust the position of the microphone. For example, stick the

• microphone onto the dashboard where close to the driver.

The Bluetooth reception is poor. Move the device closer to the car audio system or remove any obstacle between the device and the system.

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Music playback is unavailable on the system even after successful Bluetooth connection.

The device cannot be used with the system to play music.

The paired mobile phone connects and disconnects constantly.

• The Bluetooth reception is poor. Move

• the mobile phone closer to the car audio system or remove any obstacle between the mobile phone and the system.

Some mobile phones may connect and disconnect constantly when you make

• or end calls. This does not indicate any malfunction of the system.

For some mobile phones, the Bluetooth connection may be deactivated automatically as a power-saving feature.

This does not indicate any malfunction of the system.

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12 Glossary

M

MMC

MultimediaCard. A type of memory card with a fl ash memory.

MP3

A fi le format with a sound data compression system. MP3 is the abbreviation of Motion

Picture Experts Group 1 (or MPEG-1) Audio

Layer 3. With the MP3 format, one CD-R or

CD-RW can contain about 10 times more data than a regular CD.

S

SD

Secure Digital. A type of memory card with a fl ash memory.

SDHC

Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) is a type of fl ash memory card based on the SDA 2.00 specifi cation. The SDA 2.00 specifi cation enables

SD cards to reach higher capacities from 4GB to 32GB, and growing.

W

WMA (Windows Media Audio)

An audio format owned by Microsoft, is a part of Microsoft Windows Media technology.

Includes Microsoft Digital Rights Management tools, Windows Media Video encoding technology, and Windows Media Audio encoding technology.

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All rights reserved.

Document order number: CEM250_98_UM_V1.0

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