Audio System (Models with navigation system)

Audio System (Models with navigation system)
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To Play a Disc
You operate the disc player with the
same controls used for the radio. To
load or play discs, the ignition switch
must be in the ACCESSORY (I) or
ON (II) position.
This audio system can also play CDRs and CD-RWs compressed in MP3
or WMA formats. When playing a
disc in MP3, you will see ‘‘MP3’’ on
the screen. In WMA format, ‘‘WMA’’
will appear on the screen. You can
select up to 99 folders and play up to
999 tracks. If the disc has a complex
structure, it takes a while to read the
disc before the system begins to play
it.
The specifications for compatible
MP3 files are:
−Sampling frequency:
32/44.1/48 kHz (MPEG1)
24/22.05/16 kHz (MPEG2)
−Bit rate: 32/40/48/56/64/80/96/
112/128/160/192/224/
256/320 kbps (MPEG1)
8/16/24/32/40/48/56/
64/80/96/112/128/160
kbps (MPEG2)
−Compatible with variable bit rate
and multi-session
−Maximum layers
(including ROOT): 8 layers
The specifications for compatible
WMA files are:
−Sampling frequency:
32/44.1/48 kHz
−Bit rate:
48/64/80/96/128/160/192 kbps
−Compatible with variable bit rate
and multi-session
−Maximum layers
(including ROOT): 8 layers
NOTE:
If a file on an MP3 or WMA disc is
protected by digital rights
management (DRM), the audio unit
displays CD FORMAT, and then
skips to the next file.
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Features
Do not use discs with adhesive labels.
The label can curl up and cause the
disc to jam in the unit.
Video CDs and DVD discs do not
work in this unit.
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To Load a Disc
DISC SLOT
OPEN BUTTON
The disc player is behind the
navigation screen. To use the disc
player, press the OPEN button
beside the screen. The screen folds
back, and the disc player appears.
CLOSE BUTTON
Insert a disc about halfway into the
disc slot. The drive will pull the disc
in the rest of the way and begin to
play it.
You cannot load and play 3-inch
(8-cm) discs in this system.
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To return the screen to the upright
position, press the CLOSE button on
the edge of the screen panel. Do not
use the folded screen as a tray. If
you put a cup, for example, on the
screen, the liquid inside the cup may
spill on the screen when you go over
a bump.
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Push the AUDIO button beside the
screen to show the audio display and
operate the disc player.
When playing a CD recorded with
text data, the track, album, and artist
name are shown on the audio display.
When playing a disc in MP3 or WMA,
the folder number and name, the file
number and name, the artist name,
and the elapsed time are shown. The
system will continuously play a disc
until you change modes. If the disc
was not recorded with text data, it
will not be displayed.
PRESET BUTTON’S FUNCTION
PRESET BUTTONS
You can use the preset buttons while
a disc is playing to select passages
and change tracks (files in MP3 or
WMA mode). Each preset button’s
function is shown on the bottom of
the screen.
You can also select an icon with the
joystick. Move it to left, right, up, or
down to change the highlighting and
scroll through lists. Then press the
ENT on the top of the joystick to
select the icon.
SKIP − Each time you press and
release
(preset 6), the player
skips forward to the beginning of the
next track (file in MP3 or WMA
mode). Press and release
(preset 5), to skip backward to
the beginning of the current track.
Press it again to skip to the
beginning of the previous track.
FF/REW − To move rapidly within
a track/file, press and hold
(preset 4) or
(preset 3).
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Features
You can also operate the audio
system without using the control
icons on the audio screen. Press the
CD button. The status bar appears
on the bottom of the screen. On the
navigation screen, you can see the
audio information whenever you
touch the AUDIO INFO icon on the
lower of the screen.
To Change or Select Tracks/Files
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In MP3 or WMA mode
In MP3 or WMA mode
In MP3 or WMA mode
FOLDER SELECTION − To
select a different folder, press either
side of the TUNE bar to move to the
beginning of the next folder. Press
the ▲ side of the TUNE bar to skip
to the next folder, and the ▼ side to
move to the beginning of the current
folder. Press it again to skip to the
beginning of the previous folder.
FOLDER REPEAT − This feature,
when activated, replays all files on
the selected folder in the order they
are compressed. To activate folder
repeat, press and hold the RPT
button (preset 1). You will see
FOLDER REPEAT in the display.
The system continuously replays the
current folder. Press the RPT button
again to turn it off. Pressing the
RDM button or selecting a different
folder with the TUNE bar also turns
off folder repeat.
FOLDER RANDOM − This
feature, when activated, plays all
files in each folder in random order,
rather than in the order they are
compressed. To activate folder
random, press the RDM button
(preset 2) twice. You will see
FOLDER RANDOM in the display.
The system then selects and plays
files randomly. This continues until
you deactivate folder random by
pressing the RDM button again, or if
you select a different folder with the
TUNE bar.
TRACK REPEAT (FILE
REPEAT) − To continuously replay
a track (file in MP3 or WMA mode),
press and release the RPT button
(preset 1). You will see TRACK
REPEAT in the display. Press and
hold the RPT button for 2 seconds to
turn it off.
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TRACK RANDOM (Random
within a disc/folder) − This
feature plays the tracks within a disc
(the files within a folder) in random
order. To activate track random,
press and release the RDM button
(preset 2). You will see TRACK
RANDOM in the display. Press and
hold the RDM button for 2 seconds
to return to normal play.
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Pressing either SKIP button (preset
5 or 6) also turns off scan.
In MP3 or WMA mode
FOLDER SCAN − This feature,
when activated, samples all the first
files in each folder on the disc in
order. To activate folder scan, press
and hold the SCAN button. You will
see FOLDER SCAN in the display.
The system plays the first file in
each folder for about 10 seconds. If
you do nothing, the system then
plays the first file in each folder for
10 seconds each. After playing the
first file of the last folder, the system
goes to normal playing.
Pressing either SKIP button (preset
5 or 6), or selecting a different folder
with the TUNE bar, or pressing the
SCAN button, also turns off folder
scan.
Using a Track List
FOLDER ICON
TRACK/FILE ICON
Features
SCAN (TRACK/FILE SCAN) −
The scan function samples all tracks
(files in MP3 or WMA) in the order
they were recorded. To activate scan,
press and release the SCAN button.
You will see TRACK SCAN in the
display. You will get a 10 second
sampling of each track/file on the
disc. Press and hold the SCAN
button for 2 seconds to get out of
scan mode and play the last track/
file sampled.
FOLDER NUMBER
RETURN ICON
You can also select a track/file
directly from a track list on the audio
display. Press the AUDIO button to
show the audio display, then touch
the Track List icon. The track list
menu appears on the display.
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When playing a CD recorded with
text data, each track name is shown
in the audio display. With a disc
recorded in MP3 or WMA, the folder
number and the location are also
displayed.
If the disc was not recorded with text
data, only the track number is shown.
To scroll through the display, touch
the ▲ or ▼ icon on the side of the
screen. To go back to the previous
display, touch the Return icon on the
screen.
Select the desired track/file by
touching the icon on the display. The
selected icon will be highlighted in
blue. The system begins to play the
selected track/file. With a disc in
MP3 or WMA, touch the folder icon
on the upper left of the screen to
move to the parent folder. The
current folder is highlighted in blue.
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To Stop Playing a Disc
To play the radio when a disc is
playing, press the AM/FM button or
touch the FM1, FM2, AM, XM1, or
XM2 icon. If a PC card is in the audio
unit, touch the CARD icon to play
the PC card. Press the CD button
again or touch the CD icon to switch
back to the disc player.
If you turn the system off while a
disc is playing, either with the
power/volume knob or by turning
off the ignition switch, the disc will
stay in the drive. When you turn the
system back on, the disc will begin
playing where it left off.
Removing a Disc
To remove a disc from the audio unit,
fold back the screen by pressing the
OPEN button (see page 148 ). Press
the disc eject button (
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remove the disc. If you eject the disc,
but do not remove it from the slot,
the system will automatically reload
it after 10 seconds and put it in pause
mode. To begin playing, press the
CD button.
To return the screen to the upright
position, press the CLOSE button.
You cannot close the screen if a disc
is partially inserted into its slot.
You can also eject the disc when the
ignition switch is off.
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Operating the Optional Disc
Changer
An optional six or eight disc changer
is available for your vehicle. This
disc changer uses the same controls
used for the in-dash disc player or
the radio.
Protecting Discs
For information on how to handle
and protect discs, see page 169 .
Features
Load the desired discs in the
magazine, and load the magazine in
the changer according to the
instructions that came with the unit.
To select the disc changer, press the
CD/AUX button. The disc and track
numbers will be displayed. To select
a different disc, use either side of the
TUNE bar. To select the previous
disc, press the ▲ side. To select the
next disc, press the ▼ side.
If you select an empty slot in the
magazine, the changer will search
for the next available disc to load and
play.
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Disc Player Error Messages
The chart on the right explains the
error messages you may see in the
display while playing a disc.
Error
Message
Cause
FOCUS Error
If you see an error message in the
display while playing a disc, press
the eject button. After ejecting the
disc, check it for damage or
deformation. If there is no damage,
insert the disc again.
If there is still a problem, the error
message will appear again. Press the
eject button, and pull out the disc.
Insert a different disc. If the new
disc plays, there is a problem with
the first disc. If the error message
cycle repeats and you cannot clear it,
take your vehicle to a dealer.
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Mechanical Error
TOC Error
High Temperature
Solution
Press the eject button, and pull out the disc.
Check if it is inserted correctly in the disc
player.
Make sure the disc is not scratched or damaged.
Press the eject button, and pull out the disc.
Check the disc for damage or deformation.
If the disc cannot be pulled out, or the error
message does not disappear after the disc is
ejected, see your dealer.
Press the eject button, and pull out the disc.
Check the disc for damage or deformation.
Will disappear when the temperature returns to
normal.
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