Honda P-81ACRD User's Manual
Fits 2008~2011
Honda Accord
EX & LX Models
Model: P-81ACRD
OPERATION MANUAL
2008~2011 Honda Accord OEM
Multimedia Upgrade & Navigation System
8” Hi-Res. LED Backlit TFT-LCD Touch Screen
HARD DRIVE
English
C ontents
Introduction: ..................................................................................................................................................................5
R E AD B E F OR E U S E :
F CC C OMP LIANC E S T AT E ME NT :
W arnings : ......................................................................................................................................................................7
LCD Care: .....................................................................................................................................................................7
Notice to viewers while driving .................................................................................................................................8
W hat‘s included:...........................................................................................................................................................8
E xpans ion options : ......................................................................................................................................................8
iPod interface cable
T V T uner
DV D player
R evers e view camera
R emote control
S tarting to us e I ngenix .............................................................................................................................................11
Operation ....................................................................................................................................................................11
Home S creen ..............................................................................................................................................11
Acces s to s ource unit options
C reating your quick acces s links
Marquee banner
P ull down menu
Navigation ...................................................................................................................................................18
P reparation .................................................................................................................................................20
1) S tarting up
2) U nders tanding the mapping s creen
3) G uidance arrows
4) T he range of voice guidance
P lanning a route
Menu s creen .............................................................................................................................................24
Navigate to .................................................................................................................................................25
1) F ind by C ity
2) F ind by Zip C ode
3) H ome
4) Office
5) C ancel route
6) F ind by favorites
7) R ecent des tination
8) F ind by P OI
9) F ind by neares t P OI
10) F ind by map
11) Re - route
12) R oute des cription
My F avorite..................................................................................................................................................42
1) F avorites
2) R ecent des tination
3) H ome
4) Office
C onfigure menu ...........................................................................................................................................58
1) E xit Navigation
2) V olume control
3) C hange language
4) C hange voice
5) U nit of meas urement
6) S et up
- 1. 2D/ 3D/North
- 2. S peed/T ime
- 3. Arrival/R emaining
7) S how P OI
8) Auto s cale
9) Alert
10) G P S S tatus
11) C hange map color
12) Q werty keyboard
13) C hange menu theme
14) T ime zone
15) D ay/Night
16) V ers ion
Route Options .......................................................................................................................................
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1) R oute option
2) N avigate via location
3) C hange s tart pos ition
4) N avigate avoiding road
Quick Acces s Menu...................................................................................................................................82
1) B rightnes s s etting - Day / N ight
2) R oad information
3) V olume / S ound
4) Map panning
B lue-tooth Phone ........................................................................................................................................85
B utton overview
B lue-tooth
How to connect to a B LUE T OOT H compatible device (P airing)
Us ing Blue-tooth Phone F unctions
S earching your phonebook through I ngenix
P ull down menu in B lue-tooth Phone s ource
B lue-tooth Mus ic .........................................................................................................................................89
B utton overview
C ontrol I nterface
C reating and acces s ing a playlis t
P ull down menu in B lue-tooth Mus ic s ource
OE M AM & F M T uner/C limate controls ...................................................................................................92
Mus ic P layer.................................................................................................................................................93
B utton overview
Ma in control interface for S D/ U S B /HDD playback controls
C rea ting and access ing a playlis t
E qualizer
Ma in dis play
S econdary dis play
Dis play options
P ull down menu in the Mus ic player s ource
V ideo player.............................................................................................................................97
S tarting the V ideo player
C rea ting and acc es s ing a playlis t
P icture in picture
P ull down menu in the V ideo player s ource
S et up.....................................................................................................................................100
Dis play
S tart-up Mode
Lan guage
R ea r Monitor S et up
Touch S creen C alibration
B rightnes s
Automatic
Man ual
S ave and res et
S creen S aver
S ave and res et
S ound
Volume
S ound mix
S oftware
AV IN.......................................................................................................................................106
Us ing AV in
P ull down menu in the AV I N s ource
P hoto......................................................................................................................................107
P hoto Viewer controls
B utton overview
Ma in control panel
S lides how control panel
P ull down menu in the P hoto s ource
Memo P ad ............................................................................................................................111
Memo P ad interface
Us ing the Memo pad
P ull down menu in the Memo P ad s ource
Utility ......................................................................................................................................112
Utility options
E lice P oker
B iorhythm
C alculator
C ar Organizer
S cheduler
W orld C lock
P ull down menu in the Utility s ource
F ile mana ger .........................................................................................................................126
Man aging files
P ull down menu in F ile Manage r
Optional S ources .................................................................................................................................................129
iPod
iPod control
Digital T V tuner
E xternal DV D
E xternal DV D player information
B utton overview
Us ing an external D V D player with Ingenix
T roubles hooting ...................................................................................................................................................135
Ingenix s pecifications ..........................................................................................................................................136
S upport .................................................................................................................................................................137
iPod compatibility.................................................................................................................................................137
Ins tallation W arnings ...........................................................................................................................................137
W arranty information...........................................................................................................................................139
C us tomer s ervice contact information .............................................................................................................139
Introduction:
Ingenix is an advanced media platform capable of Lightning fas t process ing, picture in
picture or split sc reen information dis play, B lue-tooth hands free calling and B lue-tooth
mus ic playback, G P S navigation and much more. Many of the fea tures of Ingenix have
never been available for in car use until now. I ngenix was des igned to anchor your
vehicle ‘s entertainment s ys tem along with the convenience of G PS navigation and the
s afety of a rea rview camera. I ngenix offers everything you need and desi re.
R EAD BE F OR E USE:
P leas e make certain that all pers ons us ing this In-das h s ys tem carefully read thes e precautions and the
following ins tructions fully.
•R ea d this manua l carefully before us ing this s ys tem components . T hey contain ins tructions on how to
us e this product in a s afe and e ective manne r.
•T his product is not a s ubs titute for your pers onal judgment. Any route s ugges tions made by this
navigation s ys tem may never s upers ede any local traffic regulations or your pers onal judgment and/or
knowledge of s afe driving practices . D o not follow route s ugges tions if the navigation s ys tem ins tructs
you to perform an uns afe or illegal mane uver, places you in an uns afe s ituation, or routes you into an
area which you cons ider uns afe.
•G lance at the sc reen only when necess ary and s afe to do s o. I f prolonged viewing of the sc reen is
neces s ary, pull over in a s afe and legal manne r and location.
•Do not input des tinations , change s ettings , or access any functions requiring a prolonged view of the
monitor and/or remote control while you are driving. P ull over in a s afe and legal manne r and location
before attempting to acces s the s ys tem.
•Do not us e the navigation s ys tem to route you to emergency s ervices . Not all locations of emergency
s ervices s uch as police and fire s tations , hos pitals and clinics are contained in the databas e. P lea s e
us e your own judgment and as k for directions in thes e s ituations .
•T he map databas e is des igned to provide you with route s ugges tions and does not take into acc ount
the relative s afety of a s ugges ted route or of factors which may a ect the time required to reach your
des tination. Us e your own pers onal judgment if the navigation s ys tem is unable to provide you with an
alternate route.
•T here may be s ituations where the navigation s ys tem dis plays the vehicle‘s location erroneous ly. U s e
your own driving judgment in this s ituation, taking into account current driving conditions . P lea s e be
aware that in this s ituation the navigation s ys tem s hould correct the vehicle‘s pos ition automatically.
However, it is pos s ible you may have to correct the pos ition yours elf. I f this is the cas e, pull over in a
s afe and legal manne r and location before attempting operation.
•Ma ke certain that the volume level of the navigation s ys tem is s et to a level which s till allows you to
hea r outs ide tra ic and emergency vehicles (s ee navigation operation page 59.)
•T his product's rated input voltage is DC 12V . P lea s e check your vehicles electrical s ys tem before us e.
•R adio res et: this s hould only be us ed if the product fails to operate properly.
 Honda Model has P ower O n/Off s witch back s ide of C ontrol box.
F CC C OMPL IANC E S T AT E ME NT :
T his equipment has been tes ted and found to comply with the limits for a C las s A digital device, purs uant
to P art 15 of the F C C R ules . T hes e limits are des igned to provide rea s onable protection agains t harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. T his equipment
gene rates , us es , and can radiate radio frequen cy energy and, if not ins talled and us ed in acc ordance with
the ins truction manua l, may caus e harmful interference to radio communications . Operation of this
equipment in a res idential area is likely to caus e harmful interference in which cas e the us er will be
required to correct the interference at his /her own expens e.
Warnings:
INSTALL THE PRODUCT CORRECTLY SO THAT THE DRIVER CANNOT WATCH TV/VIDEO UNLESS
THE VEHICLE IS STOPPED AND THE EMERGENCY BRAKE IS APPLIED.
It is dangerous (and illegal in many states) for the driver to watch TV/Video while driving a vehicle.
Installing this product incorrectly enables the driver to watch TV/Video while driving. This may cause a
distraction, preventing the driver from looking ahead, thus causing an accident. The driver or other people
could be severely injured.
DO NOT WATCH VIDEO WHILE DRIVING.
Watching the video may distract the driver from looking ahead of the vehicle and cause an accident.
DO NOT OPERATE ANY FUNCTION THAT TAKES YOUR ATTENTION AWAY FROM SAFELY
DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE.
Any function that requires your prolonged attention should only be performed after coming to a complete
stop. Always stop the vehicle in a safe location before performing these functions. Failure to do so may
result in an accident.
DO NOT FOLLOW ROUTE SUGGESTIONS IF THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM INSTRUCTS YOU TO
PERFORM AN UNSAFE OR ILLEGAL MANEUVER, OR PLACES YOU IN AN UNSAFE SITUATION OR
AREA.
This product is not a substitute for your personal judgment. Any route suggestions by this system should
never supersede any local traffic regulations or your
KEEP THE VOLUME AT A LEVEL WHERE YOU CAN STILL HEAR OUTSIDE NOISES WHILE
DRIVING.
Excessive volume levels that obscure sounds such as emergency vehicle sirens or road warning signals
(train crossings, etc.) can be dangerous and may result in an accident. LISTENING AT LOUD VOLUME
LEVELS IN A CAR MAY ALSO CAUSE HEARING DAMAGE.
MINIMIZE DISPLAY VIEWING WHILE DRIVING.
Viewing the display may distract the driver from looking ahead of the vehicle and cause an accident.
DO NOT DISASSEMBLE OR ALTER.
Doing so may result in an accident, fire or electric shock.
USE ONLY IN CARS WITH A 12 VOLT NEGATIVE GROUND.
(Check with your dealer if you are not sure.) Failure to do so may result in fire, etc.
KEEP SMALL OBJECTS SUCH AS BATTERIES OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.
Swallowing them may result in serious injury. If swallowed, consult a physician immediately.
USE THE CORRECT AMPERE RATING WHEN REPLACING FUSES.
Failure to do so may result in fire or electric shock.
DO NOT BLOCK VENTS OR RADIATOR PANELS.
Doing so may cause heat to build up inside and may result in fire.
USE THIS PRODUCT FOR MOBILE 12V APPLICATIONS.
Use for other than its designed application may result in fire, electric shock or other injury.
DO NOT PLACE HANDS, FINGERS OR FOREIGN OBJECTS IN INSERTION SLOTS OR GAPS.
Doing so may result in personal injury or damage to the product.
LCD Care:
Avoid exposing the LCD panel to direct sunlight for prolonged periods of time. Extended exposure can
result in premature failure due to temperature outside normal operation limits. +45°C (+113°F) and 0°C
(+32°F)
C ellular phone antennas s hould be kept a minimum of s ix inches from the LCD panel to prevent
dis ruption of LCD video s ignals . T his can caus e colored s trips , s pots and other effects of this nature.
T o protect the LCD panel be certain to touch the panel with only your fingers . D o not us e any rigid or
metal objects as they can damage the panel.
Us e a s oft dry cloth for periodic clea ning of the product. F or more s evere s tains , dampen the cloth with
water only. Anything els e has a ris k of dis s olving the paint or damaging the plas tic.
Notice to viewers while driving:
It is dangerous (and illegal in many states) for the driver to watch TV/Video while driving a vehicle.
Installing this product incorrectly enables the driver to watch TV/Video while driving. This may cause a
distraction, preventing the driver from looking ahead, thus causing an accident. The driver or other people
could be severely injured.
W hat‘s included:
Package Information
1 . Head Unit
2 . Control box and SD Card
3. T RIP box
4. B racket and Screws
5. E xternal Microphone
6. E xternal Spea ker
7. E xternal Remote Eye
8. Main cable
9. T RIP cable
10. Main harnes s
11. E xternal GPS antenna
12. Us er‘s manual (CD)
13. Ins tall G uide
14. W arranty C ard
E xpans ion options :
Y our new Ingenix multimedia s ource unit is capable of many fea tures as you will read about
through this operation manua l. T here are als o additional options that can be added. S ee the options
below and contact your neares t Ingenix Authorized dea ler for more information.
IP -5C :
iPod interface cable
T his optional cable will allow direct control of your iPod dis playing both audio and video on your I ngenix
S ource unit. T he IP -5C will als o keep your iPod or I phone charged during us e. See the compatibility lis t
below to confirm s upport for your model.
iPod compatibility lis t:
th
iPod touch (4 generation)
iPod touch (3rd generation)
nd
iPod touch (2 generation)
st
iPod touch (1 generation)
iPod classic
iPod with video
th
iPod nano (5 generation)
th
iPod nano (4 generation)
rd
iPod nano (3 generation)
nd
iPod nano (2 generation)
st
iPod nano (1 generation)
iPhone 4
iPhone 3GS
iPhone 3G
iPhone
AT S C -MH Module:
T V T uner
T he AT S C -MH T V tuner module will allow crys tal clea r digital T V reception through your Ingenix S ource
unit.
DV D player
Ingenix S ource units are prewired for us e with external D V D players . Optional s upported models are the
PADVD-360 & PADVD-450
R evers e view camera
Y our Ingenix s ource has connections for a revers e view camera. T his dedicated connection will dis play
an onsc reen rea rview whenever the vehicles revers e gea r is engaged.
R E M-5:
R emote control:
T he I ngenix remote control is available for you Ingenix s ource unit. T he remote comes in very handy for
control while driving as you do not nee d to take your eyes off the road to enter commands .
Starting to us e Ingenix
Ingenix is an advanced product. T ake s ome time to read this manua l and get familiar with your new
Multimedia s ource unit. W hile Ingenix is quite intuitive this manua l will help you better unders tand all the
capa bilities and fea tures to help you get the mos t out of your purchas e.
OPE R AT ION:
Home S creen
Day s creen
Night s creen
Quick Access Links
Clock
Marquee Banner
Slider Menu
Access to source unit options
T he above picture dis plays the two main area s of the home menu. T he lower s ection is the slider which
can acces s any option of the radio with a s imple s wipe of your finger from left to right or right to left. T o
access the option it mus t be centered. S wipe the s lider until you can s ee the option des ired is in one of
the five locations . If the des ired option is not center s imply touch the option and it will center. Once the
icon is centered touch again to open the option.
C reating your quick acces s links
T he s econd main area of the home s creen is the quick acces s links in the upper s ection .
S ource options from the s lider can be moved to the quick acces s links for quicker acces s to often us ed
s ources . A total of s ix s ource options can be placed in the quick acc es s links . F ollow s teps below to add
s ource options to the quick acces s links . T he option from one s ection will always s witch places . E x. If
B lue-tooth mus ic is moved from the s lider to the quick acces s links whatever option the B lue-tooth mus ic
s ource replaces will be moved to the slider where B lue-tooth mus ic was located.
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T o move s ource options to quick access links s wipe the s lider with your finger either left or right to
locate the des ired s ource option.
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W ith the option visible in any of the five locations on the s lider pres s and hold the option with your
finger and s lide it up to the quick acces s location des ired.
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R epeat this with all s ix quick acc ess links to crea te your lis t.
T his can be changed at anytime in the future following the s ame s teps .
Marquee banner
T he Ma rquee banner can be cus tomized to dis play any s tatement.
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T ouch the Marquee banner to access the keyboard.
T ype the des ired s tatement then pres s the enter key.
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Y ou can als o change the color of the text on the Ma rquee to P ink, Orange , or E merald.
T he H ome s creen will be dis played with your s tatement
P ull down menu in H ome S creen.
Home sc reen button
C lock s ettings button
P IP (P icture in picture) button
T rip dis play button
B rightnes s button
S creen s aver button
P ull down menu
At the very top of the almost every s ource you will notice a s mall icon. T his icon will acces s the pull down
menu. T he options in the pull down menu differ s lightly from one s ource to another. S ee the s ection of the
des ired s ource for more information on functions of the pull down menu in that s ource.
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In this menu you can acces s s ix options .
T he H ome s creen button will return the s ys tem to the home s creen from whatever s ource is
active.
T he P IP button will open the N avigation s ource provided it has been s tarted and the s afety notice
has been agreed to.
Note: The Navi PIP button has a slightly different effect in different sources. see instructions on
each source for more information.
B rightnes s allows control over the brightness of the display. T his icon als o allows you to turn the
s creen off by
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T he c lock s ettings button will open the clock s ettings menu
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T he trip center button will display OE M information including clock, multi disc changer, CD, AM/F M
tuner information, and climate control information.
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T he s creen s aver button will allow you to dis play the s creen s aver. S imply touch the s creen in any
location to return to the previous s ource.
Na vigation
NAV I ME NU on the unit to activate the navigation s ys tem.
Preparation
• Insert SD card into the SD card slot
• The following screen will be displayed once after navigation start up.
Starting up
• Read information and press “I agree” button at the bottom of the screen.
Understanding the mapping screen
Inters ection I nformation
V ehicle position
Inters ection turn to be made
Navigation route (green highlight)
Dis tance left to turn
B ack arrow
E s timated time of arrival
Map turn information
C urrent direction heading
S econd turn to be made
C urrent s tree t
Guidance arrows
The arrows on the ordinary road
Operating Instructions - preparation
Go straight on
1st exit
2nd exit 3rd exit
4th exit 5th exit
Turn left
6th exit
7th exit
9th exit 10th exit
Turn right
Turn left slightly / sharply
Turn right slightly / sharply
U-turn
The range of voice guidance prompts
On the Freeway or Highway
Mile/F ee t s etting
1 mile -> half mile -> now
0.9 mile -> half mile -> now
0.8 mile -> half mile -> now
0.7 mile -> Q uarter mile
0.6 mile -> now
half mile -> now
0.4 mile -> now
0.3 mile -> now
Quarter mile -> x
0.2 mile -> x
now -> x
Mile/Y ard s etting
1 mile -> 700 yard -> now
900 yard -> 400 yard
8th exit
11th exit 12th exit 13th exit 14th exit 15th exit
800 yard -> 300 yard
700 yard -> now
600 yard -> now
500 yard -> now
400 yard -> x
300 yard -> x
now -> x
Meter setting
2 km -> 1 km -> now
1 km -> now
900 m -> now
800 m -> now
700 m -> now
600 m -> now
500 m -> now
400 m -> x
300 m -> x
now -> x
On Non freeway roads
Mile/Feet setting
0.3 mile -> now
Quarter mile -> now
0.2 mile -> now
900 feet -> x
800 feet -> x
700 feet -> x
600 feet -> x
500 feet -> x
now -> x
Mile/Yard setting
700 yard -> now
600 yard -> now
500 yard -> now
400 yard -> now
300 yard -> x
200 yard -> x
now -> x
Meter setting
600 m -> now
500 m -> now
400 m -> now
300 m -> x
200 m -> x
now -> x
Planning a route
T o enter the main navigation menus, s imply touch Ingenix in the
center of the sc reen with your finger. T hree main menus will be made available see the
Menu Screen section below.
Menu Screen
T here are 3 major menus (Navigate to / My favorite / C onfigure)
T he icon will clos e the
menu sc reen and return
to map dis play.
T his icon means that
there are more options
to s ee on the next sc ree n
Navigate to:
“Navigate to“ s et up menu which cons is ts of 2 pages , 12 s ub
menus as below.
Y ou will s ee 8 sub menus on the firs t page, as well as a next page option
Y ou will s ee another 4 s ub menus on the next page
Operating Instructions - Planning a route
Find by City
If you know the street name and city that you would like to navigate to then select ‘Find
by city’. The first time this option is selected you will see “All states” in the searching list. Select
the white section directly right of “State” on the top left.
T he s equence of sea rching is State -City -Street -House Number
As you begin to input the S tate, Ci ty, R oad or S tree t name, I ngenix will automatically
prompt you with all poss ible matches . Y ou have the option to s elect the s ea rch full view
or keyboard anytime the icons are s hown in the upper right s ide of the sc ree n. S ea rch
full view will dis play many more matching names in place of the keyboard on the sc reen.
P ress ing the keyboard option will dis play the s ea rch keyboard.
Se lect the state by typing the firs t few letters of the name of the s tate. I ngenix will begin
to s how s tates matching the s pelling. Y ou can then directly s elect the des ired state or
type out the full name of the s tate before s electing. If you would like to you can s earch
by “All s tates “.
Next s elect the s econd white “Ci ty“ option and use the keyboard dis played to type in the
name of city.
C ontinue the s ame procedure for S tree t and Hous e No (number).
Go to the last page
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
The black “All” button located to the left of the City information box will select all cities in
the currently selected state.
T he back arrow located to the right of the s tree t information box will delete any
information entered in that location and the hous e No. or I nters ection.
T he black s witch button located to the right of “Hous e No.“ or “Inters ection“ information
box will s witch between the two options.
Calculate Route
Access Route Options
If after you enter the name of S treet, Hous e Number, or Inters ection you find an error
you can correct the mis take by s electing the s ection containing the incorrect information.
F or example if the hous e number is incorrect you can se lect the “Hous e No.“
information box and enter the correct number.
Final Step
Once you have entered your information you can now s elect “C alculate“. Ingenix will
then calculate a route.
Once the calculation is complete you can either s elect “G O“ to s tart navigation
directions , “S ummary“ to dis play information on your route (Dis tance to your
des tination, es timated time of arrival and your turn by turn guidance.), or “R oute option“
to change the parameters of the route by the item.
Summary
Route option
If you want to stop calculating for any reason, select the “Cancel” button on the bottom and
click <OK> on the “Stop calculation” window,
then you can move to previous Searching” menu screen.
Alternatively, if you don’t have a house or building No., Ingenix can navigate you to a point
where two roads meet instead. After you have entered the name of the road you would like to
navigate to, press the “Intersection” pic or line out button.
The steps for Find by Zip code is similar to “Find by City”. The sequence of searching is
State-Zip code-Street-House Number
As you begin to input the S tate, Zip code, R oad or S tree t name, Ingenix will
automatically prompt you with all poss ible matches . Y ou have the option to s elect the
s ea rch full view or keyboard anytime the icons are s hown in the upper right s ide of the
sc reen . Sea rch full view will dis play many more matching names in place of the
keyboard on the sc reen. P ress ing the keyboard option will dis play the s ea rch keyboard.
Select the state by typing the first few letters of the name of the state. Ingenix will begin to show
states matching the spelling. You can then directly select the desired state or type out the full
name of the state before selecting. If you would like to you can search by ‘All states”.
Next select the second white “Zip code” option and use the keyboard displayed to type in the
name of city. Continue the same procedure for Street and House No (number)
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
This menu for searching is similar to the “Find by City” option. After selecting “Country”,
Enter your ZIP code using the keyboard and press “OK” button.
Press the “Calculate” and Ingenix will calculate the fastest route from your current
position to your destination. Ingenix will take only a few seconds to display the fastest
route available .
* * Once the calculation is completed,
select the “GO” button to start the navigation
Step 4
Ingenix has a convenient function to enable you to navigate easily and quickly from
any location to your home. The first time “Home” menu is used Ingenix will ask if you want to
set the location of your home, select OK in the information window and proceed to enter your
home address.. If a Home location has already been set you may route home, edit location, or
delete location.
Se lect G O t o route to your home location or select route option.
Delete home, this option will ask to confirm before deleting the current home location.
Home can be edited in this screen by selecting “Change” or in the “My Favorites” menu
(see page 43).
Ingenix has a convenient function to enable you to navigate ea s ily and quickly from
any location to your Office. T his fea ture works much the s ame as “Home“. T he firs t time
“Office“ menu is us ed Ingenix will ask if you want to s et the location of your office , s elect
OK in the information window and proceed to enter your home address .. If an O ffice
location has alread y been set you may route to the Office, edit location, or delete
location,
If “Office“ has already been s et it can be edited
In the “My F avorites “ menu.
Clear route
T o cancel a route that you have calculated select “Cl ea r R oute“, then s elect “OK “ on the
information window.
F or the “Cl ea r route“ option to operate you will nee d not to have entered and
calculated a route.
Find by Favorites
Ingenix has large enough capa city to s tore many locations .
T o navigate to one of your s tored locations , select the favorite you wis h to navigate
F rom the lis t provided. T he information about your chos en location will be dis played.
First select the favorite destination.
To view the location of the favorite, press “Map”.
To return to the previous page, press the “Backward
arrow” button located in the lower right hand corner
of the display.
If you want to change the route parameters, press pic needed
“Route Options”.
By “Route Options” you can change the parameters
Of the route or ‘Guidance’ which will list the turn by
turn instructions.
Press “Calculate” and Ingenix will calculate the route to your selected favorite.
Once calculation is completed the summary screen is displayed.
You can either press “Go” to start navigation or “Simulation” to see the route being run.
Ingenix is capable of storing the last 40 routes that have been calculated. This allows
you to return to an address you have recently calculated without inputting the details again.
To calculate a route using the “Recent destination” select the option on the
main “Navigate to” menu.
A lis t of your mos t recent routes will be s hown in chronological order, us e the up/ down
arrow on the right hand s ide of the dis play to sc roll through the lis t and s elect the
des tination you would like Ingenix to navigate to.
An information window sc reen will
appea r for confirming the address
you have s elected.
To view the location of the recent destination, press “Map” .
To return to the previous page, press the “ Backward arrow” button located in the lower
right hand corner of the display.
If you want to change the route parameter, press “Route Options” . By “Route Options”
you can change the parameters Of the route or ‘Guidance’ which will list the turn by turn
instructions.
Press “Calculate” and Ingenix will calculate the route to your select destination.
Once calculation is completed the summary screen is displayed.
You can either press “Go” to start navigation or “Simulation” to see the route being run.
Find by POI (Point of Interest)
The way of using this menu is similar to “Find by City” option.
If you want to set a route to a hotel, hospital, airport, amusement park or even a
restaurant. Ingenix can calculate such a route using its extensive database of POI’s
After selecting State, City, Category and Name press “Calculate” button to start a
route calculation.
If you are not sure which category to select for the desired POI.
select “ “All categories”
You can search all relevant POIs after
inputting the first letter of the name of the desired POI.
Find by nearest POI
The basic function of “Find by nearest POI” is similar to “Find by POI” you can search
the POI located near your current position by using “Current position” . In “Find by nearest POI”
however you can also search for POI’s near a different location.
Current position:
Input the type of POI you would like to search
then Ingenix will automatically prompt you
with a list of possible POIs.
If you are not sure in which category you have to select for a POI.
select “All categories”
After selecting the POI you are searching for
press the “Calculate” option.
position:
POI by selected City.
will see the “Find address by City” screen.
Enter the “State” and “City” name you want to search,
and press the “Set” option.
Select the POI you want in “Category”
If you are not sure in which category you have to select for a POI.
select “ “All categories”
After selecting the POI you are searching for
press the “Calculate” button.
“F ind by map“ menu allows you to select a des tination by s imply press ing any
area on the map.
Y ou can create a route to a location by viewing the map and s electing a road or
place with your finger.
T o s ee a larger s ection on the map, press “-“ button to zoom out, and if you would
like to s ee the map in more detail, press “+” button to zoom in.
By pressing and moving your finger on the screen
you can pan in any direction around the map around until you find
location you desire.
When you locate the desired destination, press the selected area of the map.
The name of the selected area will display on the Map screen.
Once the desired destination is selected press the Quick menu option
on the lower right side of the screen. The information screen of the area will be displayed. Press
the “Continue” button.
Press “calculate” to confirm route guidance. Ingenix will then
calculate the route to your selected destination.
Ingenix can Re-calculate your route allowing you to avoid certain roads, or redirecting you by
distance. This function is only available after you have calculated a route.
You can then choose how you would like to re-route your trip from the selections
shown on the display. There are two main options in the “Re-route” menu.
“Avoid road name“ allows you to see the turn by turn ins tructions of the certain route
that you are currently following. Once you have found the road that you want to
avoid, s elect it with your finger then Ingenix automatically recalculates the route without
s elected road.
“Avoid by range“ allows you to avoid several roads from the selected route plotted by
the unit, then re- calculate a route over you defined dis tance ranging from 1 mile up to
100 miles.
If you do not want to us e the alternative routes offered by above two options
press “Cl ea r avoided road“.
T his option res tores the original route plotted by the unit.
After a route has been calculated and the trip has started you can access the
summary display again by using this menu. Press the “GO” button to return to navigation.
Note: You will need to set and calculate a route if you want to utilize this menu.
My Favorite
The “My favorite” tab consists of 4 sub menus which allow you to save, edit or delete
destinations.
You may find it useful to store a number of common routes in the “Favorites” folder. Favorites
allow you to calculate a route to a saved address without having to search for it every time. To
add an address to your “Favorites” access the option and press the “Add” button.
Note: If you press the “Delete all” Button in the upper right hand side, all the address in list will be
deleted.
If you want to delete a saved address at any time, simply select the address and press
the ”trash can” button on the right end of every each list. The full address will be displayed. Press
“Delete” button to remove it from your list.
“ R ecent des tination“ menu allows you to s ee and
delete any or all of the recent des tinations that are
S tored in Ingenix.
S croll up/ down the lis t of recent des tinations us ing
the up and down buttons located on the right hand
side of the display and select the destinations you
want to delete.
The information relating to such destination will be displayed then press “Delete” button.
Ingenix has a convenient function to enable you to navigate easily and quickly from
set the location of your home, select OK in the information window and proceed to enter your
home address.. If a Home location has already been set you may route home, edit location, or
delete location.
Home can be edited in this screen by selecting “Change”
Ingenix has a convenient function to enable you to navigate easily and quickly from
menu is used Ingenix will ask if you want to set the location of your home, select OK in the
office
Configure Menu
The con gure tab has two pages. Press the next page arrow to see
the 2 nd page of options.
1 s t C onfigure s creen
2 nd C onfigure sc reen
You can set or change the Ingenix basic
settings in the “Configure” menu.
This menu consists of 13 sub menus for adjustment
This option will exit GPS navigation and return to the Home screen.
Volume Down
Test Audio Level
Reset to default
Volume Up
Okay / Enter
Previous Screen
Ingenix navigation has 7 language options.
Ingenix comes with a choice of a Male English,
Female English, Southern English, Urban English, or Australian English as well as
Spanish, French, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, or Italian voice.
Prompts and alerts by “Change Voice” menu.
To make your selection, press the relevant
When you have decided which language you prefer, press the ”OK” button.
T his menu allows you to dis play betwee n metric and imperial meas urement.
Ingenix has 3 units of mea surement.
T o make your s election, press the relevant check box with your finger.
W hen you have decided which unit of mea surement you prefer, press OK button.
Y ou can set and adjust the sc reen dis play
by Se tup menu.
T his menu cons is ts of 3 s ub menus.
2D/3D/North
This sub menu allows you to select the view of the map that you
would like to have display. The 3D view displays the map, route
And POI from a 3D perspective.
To make your selection, press the relevant check box with your
finger, and Press “OK” button
Speed/Time
This sub menu allows you to change the information displayed in the bottom left hand
side of the main map screen the vehicle’s current speed and the current time.
To make your decision, check the relevant check box and press the “OK” button
Arrival/Remaining
This sub menu allows you to display either the time left to arrival and the time left to
travel on the main map screen.
To make your decision, check the relevant check box and press the “OK” button.
Your new setting will be saved and will displayed on the main map screen every time
you use Ingenix.
Ingenix comes with a comprehens ive lis t of P OI s (Po int Of Interes t). In this option you
can s elect P OIs you would like to have indicated on the map.
A red check in the box indicates that the P OI s will appea r on your map, and
unchecked P OI s will be removed from the map. T o s ave the changes , press the “OK “
button on the bottom of the dis play. If you would like to exit the lis t without making
changes press the back button located in the bottom right hand corner of the dis play.
you wish by pressing the check box. And press “OK” button.
“ Auto scale” menu is set to “On” by default.
This function allows you to alter the audible alerts provided during navigation and to
turn the audible beeps on/ off while selecting functions on the display.
To change any of these settings check the relevant check box to confirm your selection.
If you check “Yes” on the “Touch tone” item, Ingenix emits a sound when LCD
screen is touched. And If you choose “No”, such sound will turn off.
If you deviate from the planned route,
Ingenix will automatically recalculate a route to
the destination. To indicate re- routing is in
Progress Ingenix will emit a sound.
You can choose following options.
“Yes”: The re- route sound will be emitted during recalculation.
“No”: No sound will be emitted.
Y ou can check the state of your Ingenix G PS connection at
any time by s electing this menu.
This menu allows you to select the alternative
color schemes that are available for the maps
Used in Ingenix.
There are 13 color schemes to select from.
You can choose the different daytime color schemes by “left and right arrow
Keys.
To save your selection, press “OK” button on the bottom of the display.
Y ou can select whichever mode is more convenient for you in this menu.
Ingenix has two kinds of keyboard. T he one is an bas ic type keyboard lis ted in
alphabetically and the other is Q werty keyboard. T he Qwerty keyboard is the standard
keyboard you would find on a computer keyboard.
Basic alphabetical keyboard
(pictured below)
Qwerty Keyboard (pictured below)
Qwerty Keyboard (pictured below)
Ingenix allows you to select from five menu colors .
P ress the check box next to the color option you would like to s elect.
T o s ave the color s etting, press the “OK “ button on the bottom of the dis play.
If you want to keep the s etting unchanged you can exit the menu by press ing the
backward key in the lower right corner of the dis play
Ingenix allows you to change the time zone for navigation. If auto is s elected I ngenix will
automatically adjus t the clock for navigation. T his will not affect the clock for any other
Ingenix feature. T his option can come in handy if you are traveling across time zones
and wis h to know your arrival time of the des tination.
If you select the manual, you will see the “Use DST” and “Change” button.
Press the “Change” button and select the proper time zone by right/ left arrow button.
To save the time zone setting, press “OK” button.
* If you want to apply the ‘summer time’ to time setting, check the “Use DST” check
Box.
You can adjust the time the day or night screen will begin. You can also select the
change from day to night to manual only.
If manual is selected the option for day or night is displayed below. Select the desired
mode and press “OK”.
If Auto is selected press the left or right arrow buttons to adjust the day or night settings
The time highlighted in red will indicate what time the mode will switch. In the picture
Below the time the Day mode will begin is 6AM. The time the Night mode will begin is
18:00 or 6PM.
After the desired times are selected press “OK” to save the settings. You can also press
the back arrow to dis regard any changes made.
Y ou can check the software and map vers ion of Ingenix in the vers ion sc ree n. Y ou may
be required to access this sc reen for technical s upport or future map updates . Y ou can
als o check the reliability of the software and map data on your S D card. Above picture
s ays this Ingenix s hardware vers ion is 0001 , the vers ion of loaded s oftware is 2.0.0.23
and the vers ion of Map is na.P 2000F 2F 0917X. T o verify S D s oftware and map data
press the “Ve rify data“ button. Ingenix will run a full diagnos tic to confirm all data is
functional and no is sues are present.
Above picture is an example,
A di erent version may be displayed on Ingenix .
Y ou can change the parameters of the route or guidance which will lis t the turn
B y turn ins tructions of the trip in the “R oute Options “ menu.
Guide you to the shortes t route
If you want to avoid freeway on your trip,
mark this check box
Guide you to the most rapid route
Avoid Toll Roads
Navigate avoiding road
“Navigate avoiding road” Allows you to avoid a certain road or special road and range
when setting the route.
“Avoid by certain road” will allow the user to avoid any listed road from the calculated
route.
selected road to avoid.
“Clear avoided road” will allow the user to clear any route changed made based on the
“Navigate avoiding road” option.
This option will allow the user to select a different s tart location than where the
vehicle is currently. This option is useful if you do not require navigation to a specific
location but will require navigation after leaving that location. It is also useful to
determine the distance and time it will take for a specific trip not related to where the
vehicle is currently located.
To change the start point in your current route for trip to any other position, first
mark the “Change start position” check box. Then enter the address information for the
desired start location. After entering all required information press “set”. Ingenix will then
display the route from you new start location to the previously selected destination.
Navigate via location
If you want to include more than a s ingle destination in your trip, this option will allow
you s elect an additional des tination or waypoint.
W hen you s elect the “Navigate via location” option I ngenix will ask you to add a new
Address . O nce this new address is added press “s et“. Ingenix will route to the new
address before routing to the end destination. T his will allow the us er to drive from
his /her current s tarting location to a middle des tination (or waypoint) before finally be
routed to the end des tination.
Change start position
T his option will allow the us er to s elect a di erent s tart location than where the
Se lecting “G uide“ will dis play ea ch s tep of the route. (pictured below)
Se lecting “Simulation“ will run through the route as if you were driving (not pictured)
The “Summary” screen will tell you the distance to your destination, estimated time
of arrival and the estimated time it will take to complete your trip.
Quick Access Menu
User can use the “Quick Access Menu” by pressing the black bottom text
bar of the screen. This quick access menu window will disappear after few
seconds without any users’ action.
Ordinary map screen
Quick access menu on the screen
B rightness setting - Day / Night
T he firs t icon of the quick acc ess menu allows you to s elect either day or night mode.
P ress the icon to s wap back and forth between the two options.
Road Information
T he s econd icon allows you to s ee information on the s treet the vehicle is located.
Volume / Sound
T he third icon allows the us er to change volume much quicker than going into the
configure option to do s o.
Map panning
T he forth icon allows the user to view any location on the map by press ing the sc reen or
s liding your finger across the sc reen. T his function will als o allow you to set a
des tination or s ave the location to favorites . S ee pg 51 for more information.
Blue-tooth P hone
Allows for hands free calling
S ource dis play
P honebook button
C lea r button
S election box
B lue-tooth phone settings button
Number keypad
Outgoing call indicator
V olume down button
P hone number dis play
Incoming call indicator
Mute button
C los e s ource button
Miss ed call indicator
V olume up button
P hone battery indicator
P air phone button
S end/Ans wer button
P hone signal s trength indicator
Delete button
E nd/Ignore button
P ull down menu button
R ecent calls button
P rivate call button
Blue-tooth
B LUE- T OOTH is a wireless technology allowing communication between a mobile device or pers onal
computer over s hort dis tances . T his ena bles a hands -free call between B LUE- TOOT H compatible devices .
How to connect to a B LUE-TOOT H compatible device (Pairing)
P airing s equence: P air ->New device -> P roduct Name P IN code “XXXX”
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E nter B lue-tooth mode
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P res s “Pair” to begin pairing.
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S elect “New Device”
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P roduct B lue-tooth name and P IN code will be dis played on the upper left s ide of the dis play
s creen . Note: The system will remain “visible” to searching phones for 90 seconds.
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S elect s ea rch for device from you mobile phones B lue-tooth options. Note: wording and process may
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F ollow ins tructions lis ted on your mobile device and enter the dis played P IN when prompted.
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Y ou may nee d to s et your phone to automatically connect to your Ingenix s ource unit for ea s e of
us e. T his will allow your mobile device to auto connect ea ch time the s ource unit is powered up
providing the phone is within range. T he phone will als o auto dis connect ea ch time the s ource
unit is powered down. Note this may also be considered “adding as a trusted device” please consult your mobile
di er from one phone to another. See
Blue-tooth devices.
the owner’s manual for your particular phone for more information on searching for
device owner’s manual for more information.
Note: PIN Code cannot be changed.
Us ing B lue-tooth P hone F unctions
Making a call
C alls can be made through the various methods lis ted below.
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T he firs t option is s imply call from your phone as you normally would. All s ound will be heard
through your s ource unit . Calls can be ended or s tarted through either the phone or the onsc reen
dis play.
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T he s econd option is on s creen dialing. Us e the keypad on the Ingenix touch s creen to dial the
des ired phone number. P ress the green s end button to begin the call.
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T he third option is through phone book. P res s the P honebook button on the dis play. T his will
access the phonebook s tored on your phone and allow direct calling of contacts lis ted.
Incoming calls
Incoming calls will dis play a caller ID t ag in the center of the s creen whenever a call is received. T he us er
mus t s elect to either acc ept or decline the call before I ngenix will accept any other input.
Caller ID tag pictured below.
C aller I D tag
Sea rching your phonebook through Ingenix
Note: Some blue tooth enabled phones may not support the phonebook feature.
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T he firs t time the Phonebook button is pres s ed Ingenix will gather contact information from your
phone.
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S ome mobile devices may require you trans fer contact data manua lly. T his is s ometimes called
“force“ or “pus h“. Cons ult your mobile device‘s operation manua l for more information.
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S ea rching through contacts on your Ingenix s ource unit is s imple.
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P res s the up or down arrow to s ea rch one contact at a time.
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Y ou can als o press the s lider between the buttons to move through your contacts more quickly.
Deleting a contact
Deleting a contact will delete the contact from the I ngenix P honebook. It w ill not delete the contact from
your phone. P lace a check mark next to the s elected contact/contacts to be deleted and press the delete
button.
Note: Some blue-tooth enabled phones may cause noise through the system.
P ull down menu in Bl ue-tooth Phone s ource
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W hile operating in the Blue-tooth phone s ource the N avi P IP button will s witch to full s creen
Navigation when s elected. Note: the Navi PIP button will not switch back to Blue-tooth Phone
when pressed from the Navigation source.
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All other pull down buttons have s tandard function as listed in the page 15.
Blue-tooth Mus ic
Allows playback of media from a B lue-tooth device
BLUE-TOOT H is a wireless technology allowing communication between a mobile device or pers onal
computer over s hort dis tances . Y ou can lis ten to audio files s tored in B lue-tooth audio player or mobile
device.
Note: T o pair your B lue-tooth device see
(Pairing) on page 86
How to connect to a BLUE-TOOTH compatible device
S ource title
S top button
P lay button
previous track button
Next track button
P aus e button
P air button
P IP (picture in picture) button
Mute button
V olume down button
V olume level dis play
V olume up button
C los e s ource button
P hone battery level dis play
P hone signal s trength dis play
P ull down menu button
C ontrol Interface
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P res s ing the P lay button will begin playback of media s tored on your mobile device
P res s ing the P aus e button will paus e playback. P res s
P res s ing the Next track button will s kip the current track and begin the next.
P res s ing the P revious track button will s kip back to the beginning of the current track. If the track
is fewer than three s econds into the s ong this button will s kip to the previous track.
P res s the S top button to s top mus ic playback
P res s ing the Mute button will mute the playback
P res s the Mute button again to res ume the volume level. P ress ing the volume up or down will
als o res ume the volume level.
P res s the V olume button to increa s e volume and the V olume button to decrea s e volume
V olume level will be dis played between the volume up and down buttons .
Note: control of media played on your Smartphone through the internet may be supported.
Note: Some blue-tooth enabled phones may cause noise through the system.
P ull down menu in Bl ue-tooth Mus ic s ource
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W hen the B lue-tooth music s ource is s tarted Ingenix will determine if N avigation is running.
If Navigation is running the small Blue-tooth mus ic menu will dis play in the upper right
hand s ide of the sc ree n.
T his window will allow you to acces s the controls of your Blue-tooth device without leaving
the navigation s creen .
P res s ing the down arrow on the menu will enlarge the window and dis play full control
over Blue-tooth music functions .
T he P IP button in the s mall Blue-tooth menu will run Blue-tooth mus ic in full s cree n.
W hile in the Blue-tooth mus ic sc reen the Navi P IP button will s witch between the
B lue-tooth mus ic and navigation s ources .
P res s ing the P IP button on the lower s ection of the Blue-tooth mus ic s ource will s witch to
Navigation and dis play the small Blue-tooth mus ic menu in the upper right hand s ide.
All other pull down buttons have s tandard function as lis ted on page 15.
OE M AM & F M T uner/C limate controls
Ingenix will dis play many of the OE M control s ys tems on the Ingenix dis play. S ome vehicle models
di er s lightly from others in rega rds to dis play content. C ontact your dealer or manufacturer technical
s upport for more information. AM and F M tuner controls as well as climate controls are controlled by
the factory Honda R adio. S ee your C ar owner‘s manua l for more information.
Mus ic P layer
P layback audio files s tored in US B , S D, or Hard drive.
S ource dis play
E Q button
S top button
P revious track button
S pectrum ana lyzer dis play
Next track button
Mute button
C aption button
C los e s ource button
P IP (picture in picture) button
Mus ic player color options button
Album information window
V olume down button
R epeat option s elector button
P ull down menu
V olume up button
F ile mana ger button
P lay button
S pectrum ana lyzer
P laylis t button
V olume dis play
Main Control Interface
This section will help you get the most out of your Ingenix source unit’s media playback. Take
some time to familiarize yourself with buttons located on the main control interface.. While
the interface is quite intuitive it may take some time to understand all the options available at
• The main control interface is located on the bottom half of the screen.
• Pressing the large play button will pause playback. Pressing the button again will resume
playback.
• Pressing “Next track” will skip ahead in your playlist.
• Pressing “Previous track” will skip back in your playlist.
• Press “stop button” to stop music playback.
• Pressing the “mute” button will mute the playback.
• Press the “mute” button again to resume the volume level. Pressing the volume up or down
will also resume the volume level.
• Press the “volume up” button to increase volume and “volume down” button to decrease
volume
• Volume level will be displayed between the volume up and down buttons.
• The playback button has three steps
Repeat all will repeat all tracks
Repeat will repea t the current track
Random will randomly s elect tracks from your playlis t to playback
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P res s ing the “F ile mana ger“ button will acc es s the file manage r. see
“Creating and accessing a playlist” below.
P res s the playlis t button to acc es s your current playlis t. In this menu you
s ong in your playlis t for playback. T ouch the up or down buttons to move
Y ou can als o touch the s lider to move through your playlis t fas ter. P ress
right side to exit the playlis t.
the section labeled
can directly s kip to a
through your playlis t.
the “X “ on the upper
C reating and access ing a playlis t
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T o crea te a playlis t for lis ten you mus t firs t acc ess the files you wis h to add.
P res s the “F ile s earch“ button.
S elect files in the folder to crea te your playlis t.
Highlighted files will be included in the playlis t.
Y ou can als o press “S elect all“ to s elect all files in the folder.
T o s ave mus ic to a playlis t all s ongs mus t be in the s ame folder.
F iles can be moved to di erent folders to allow for larger playlis ts .
E qualizer
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T he E Q icon will acces s the equalizer options . T here are ten E qualizer pres ets as well as two
us er pres ets
P res s any des ired E qualizer pres et to adjus t the di erent s ound options .
W hen finis hed press the X on the top right of the equalizer window to return to the mus ic player.
E qualizer us er pres ets
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Us er pres ets can be s et at any des ired levels and will automatically s ave for future us e.
T o s et a us er pres et firs t s elect either “Us er 1“ or “Us er 2“ then adjus t the equalizer band by
press ing the level you des ire. T o increa s e the frequency pres s a higher point to decrea s e press a
lower point.
W hen finis hed pres s the X on the top right of the equalizer window to return to the mus ic player.
Main dis play
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T he main dis play s hows information about the media you are lis tening to.
S ong title and track number will be dis played at the top of the sc reen .
Album art will be dis played in the center of the sc reen for the current, previous , and next track.
T ime s tatus bar is located at the bottom of the main window.
T ime played will be dis played on the left and total track time is dis played on the right.
P res s ing the time s tatus bar will allow for s kipping to any point on the track.
S econdary dis play
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T he dis play at the bottom center of the sc reen can dis play one of two options at a time.
 E ither the s pectrum ana lyzer or file captions can be displayed.
 S pectrum analyzer will dis play a graph s howing frequency res pons es from the mus ic playing.
Lower frequencies are to the left while higher frequen cies are to the right.
 T he C aption option is the s econd option which will dis play text information from the file currently
playing if the file contains s upported information. E x: s ong title, artis t etc.
Dis play options
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It is pos s ible to change the colors of both the s pectrum analyzer and the T ext of C aptions .
P res s the “Mus ic player color options “ to acces s dis play options .
T he s pectrum ana lyzer has three color options . B lue, V iolet, and emerald.
C aption text has five color options . Y ellow, B lue, R ed, B lack, and W hite.
T ouch the button with current color lis t to cycle through the other color options .
P ull down menu in the Mus ic player s ource
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W hen the Mus ic player s ource is s tarted Ingenix will determine if N avigation is running.
If N avigation is running the small Mus ic player menu will dis play in the upper right hand
s ide of the sc reen .
T his window will allow you to acc es s the controls of your S D, US B , or hard drive device
without leaving the navigation sc reen .
P res s ing the down arrow on the menu will enlarge the window and dis play full control
over the Mus ic P layer functions .
T he P IP button in the s mall Mus ic P layer menu will run Mus ic P layer in full s creen .
W hile in the Mus ic P layer s creen the N avigation P IP button will s witch between the Mus ic
P layer and navigation s ources .
P res s ing the P IP button on the lower s ection of the Mus ic P layer s ource will s witch to
Navigation and dis play the small Mus ic P layer menu in the upper right hand s ide.
All other pull down buttons have s tandard function as lis ted in the page 15.
V ideo P layer
P layback video files s tored in US B , S D, or Hard drive.
Starting the Video player
T he firs t time the video player is s tarted I ngenix will as k for a file to play.
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S elect the file from the file acc es s menu. F irs t s elect the media the file is located on (S D,
HDD, USB ).
Next s elect the folder the file in ins ide (if the file is not already viewable)
La s t s elect the file and pres s the P lay button.
Fr om that time on when the video player is s elected I ngenix will play the file from the las t pos ition
viewed.
C reating and access ing a playlis t
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T o crea te a playlis t for lis ten you mus t firs t acces s the files you wis h to add.
P res s the “File s earch “ button.
S elect files in the folder to crea te your playlis t.
Highlighted files will be included in the playlis t.
Y ou can als o press “ S elect all “ to s elect all files in the folder.
T o s ave files to a playlis t all files mus t be in the s ame folder.
 F iles can be moved to di erent folders to allow for larger playlis ts .
Once the video file has begun touch the video to enlarge to full s creen dis play. T ouching the video sc ree n
again will return to the interface s creen .
Picture in picture
Full Screen
Mute
Volume Down
Rewind
Volume Level Indicator
Fast Forward
Volume Up
Previous Chapter
Pause
Next Chapter
Repeat / Random Options
Stop
Video Slice Selector
Play List
File Access
Exit
Subtitle Settings
P IP (picture in picture): this option will begin Navigation and dis play the video player in the P IP window
ins ide the navigation sc reen.
R epeat: R epeat will s elect between 3 modes lis ted below
Repeat all : will repea t all tracks
Repeat : will repeat the current track
Random : will randomly s elect tracks from your playlis t to playback
Video slice operation
desired press the “A-B” button at the start of videoportion desired during playback. To complete the selection press the “A-B” button at the end of the desired video portion during
playback. Once completed the video will play only the sliced portion. Press “A-B” once more for
normal playback.
P ull down menu in the Video player s ource
W hen the V ideo player s ource is s tarted Ingenix will determine if N avigation is running.
If N avigation is running the small V ideo player menu will dis play in the upper right hand
s ide of the s creen .
 T his window will allow you to acc es s the controls of your S D, US B , or hard drive device
without leaving the navigation s creen .
 P res s ing the down arrow on the menu will enlarge the window and dis play full control
over the V ideo player functions .
 T he P IP button in the s mall Mus ic P layer menu will run Mus ic player in full s creen .
 W hile in the V ideo P layer s creen the N avigation P IP button will s witch between the Mus ic
player and navigation s ources .
 P res s ing the P IP button on the lower s ection of the V ideo player s ource will s witch to
Navigation and dis play the small V ideo player menu in the upper right hand s ide.
 All other pull down buttons have s tandard function as listed on page 15.
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Se t up
Se t up will allow the us er to access Ingenix sys tem settings.
Main screen
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T here are five tabs to the s et up s creen . Dis play, B rightnes s , S creen S aver, S ound, and s oftware
S ource dis play
Lan guage options
Dis play tab highlighted
R ea r Monitor S et up options
S tart-up Mode options
Touch S creen C alibration function
Dis play:
S tart-up Mode
 the dis play tab allows the us er to choos e which s cree n is loaded during s ys tem s tart up.
 If Last is s elected the las t s ource that was running will be loaded at s ys tem s tart up
 T he three other options will match the s ource s elected.
Lan guage
 P res s the La nguage button to s witch between E nglis h or S panis h.
Note: Icons will remain English when any language is selected.
R ea r Monitor S et up
 P res s the R ea r Monitor S et up button to begin s et up.
 T he R ea r monitor menu allows the us er to change pos ition and s ize of the image on the
external monitor if needed.
 P os ition will allow the us er to move the image to a different location on the external
monitor.
 P res s the up, down, left, and right arrow to move the image to the des ired location.
 S ize will allow the us er to change the s hape and s ize of the image .
 P res s the + or - buttons at the upper or lower part of the interface to increa s e or
decrea s e the height of the image
 P res s the + or - buttons on the left or right of the interface to increa s e or decrea s e the
width of the image .
Note: Changing the size and shape excessively can cause display issues.
If this happens, press “reset” to return to factory default settings.
Touch S creen C alibration
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P res s “S tart“ to begin touch s creen calibration .
P res s and hold the “+“ mark on the s creen for a brief moment then relea s e.
As the mark moves around the s creen continue to pres s and hold briefly until the s creen
read s “New calibration s ettings have been mea s ured“
Touch s creen calibration is now complete.
Touch the s creen again to exit calibration
B rightness:
S ource dis play
B rightnes s Tab s elected
Automatic dimmer options
Man ual brightness options
Automatic
 T he Automatic D immer options tab allows the us er to s et times for the brightnes s to
change.
 S elect the time you wis h the dimmer to adjus t in the upper location
 S elect the brightness of the s creen adjus tment in the location directly below the time
 T he firs t s etting will affect the brightness in the morning and s hould be s et to
approximately the s ame time as s unris e.
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T he s econd s etting will affect the dimmer in the evening and s hould be s et to
approximately the s ame time as s uns et.
T he On/Off button to the right allows the us er to defea t the Automatic dimmer fea ture.
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Man ual
 T he manua l s etting allows the us er to s elect the des ired brightness at any time.
 P res s the left arrow to dim the s creen and the right arrow to increa s e brightnes s .
S ave and R es et
 After changes are made you mus t s ave to have the change s take effect.
 R es et allows the us er to bring all B rightnes s s ettings back to factory default.
S creen Sa ver:
Screen Saver Selection
Slider
Save
Selected Image
Reset
T he s creen s aver tab allows the us er to s elect the image or function to be dis played
during sc reen s aver operation.
 Us e the up and down buttons to move through s tore pictures and functions to locate your
des ire s aver.
 You can als o us e the s lider to move through pictures more quickly if needed.
S ave and R es et
 After changes are made you mus t s ave to have the change s take effect.
 R es et allows the us er to bring all B rightnes s s ettings back to factory default.
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Sound:
S ource dis play
Volume control
S ound mix
Volume
 P res s the + to increa s e volume and - to decrea s e volume.
 You can als o directly touch the point of the volume bar you wis h to s et volume for fas ter
res pons e.
S ound mix
 T he S ound mix option will allow the us er to mix audio with the O E M radio during
Navigation commands and Blue-tooth playback.
S ource dis play
S oftware vers ion information
Upgrade activation
R es et to default
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T he s oftware tab dis plays the s oftware vers ion currently ins talled.
S oftware upgrades s hould only be ins talled by an I ngenix authorized dealer
T he res et button res ets all of the s oftware to original factory s ettings .
US E R S S HOULD N OT ATT E MP T T O ALT E R S OF T WAR E T HE MSE LV ES . D OING S O
MAY C AUS E UNI T FAILUR E .
AV I N
Auxiliary AV input
Us ing AV IN
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T he AV in s ource will playback any Audio and or video that is connected to the AV input
P res s ing any part of the sc reen while us ing the AV IN function will dis play control options .
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Volume level is dis played between the volume controls .
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will be dis played while muted pres sing a gain will res ume s ound levels .
P res s ing the “X“ in the upper right corner of the s creen will clos e the player.
button will increa s e volume
volume dis play number will mute audio
P ull down menu in the AV I N s ource
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W hile operating in the AV IN s ource the N avi P IP button will s witch to full s creen Navigation when
s elected. Note: the Navi PIP button will not switch back to AV IN when pressed from the
Navigation source.
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All other pull down buttons have s tandard function as lis ted on page 15.
P hoto
Allows us er to dis play image s and s et wallpaper
P hoto Viewer controls
Se lecting photos
F ile/F older dis play window
R es et button
Media s elector (S D card currently s elected)
Ba ck button
F ile/F older dis play window s lider
S lide s how button
S creen saver s elector button
P icture dis play window
Zoom out button
F ile/F older information dis play
Zoom in button
Pu ll down menu button
F lip rotate button
W hen the photo viewer firs t s tarted Ingenix will as k you s elect photos you would like to
s ee .
 F irs t s elect where the photos are located.
 P res s one of three tabs on the left.
 “S D “ for S D cards , “HDD“ for hard drive. Or “ US B “ for U S B memory s ticks ”sometimes called
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S elect the folder the des ired photos are located in Note: folders may be inside of other folders
Once a photo is s elected all photos in the s ame folder will be access ible through the main
control panel.
Main control panel
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T he left and right and right arrows will move forward and back through all image s in the
current s elected folder.
S creen saver
 T he s creen s aver button will s ave the current s elected image to the Ingenix S cree n s aver.
Zoom feature
 T he - and + buttons will allow the us er to zoom in and out of the current s elected image .
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W hile zoomed, touching the image will center the image at the location touched.
P res s ing res et will reframe the image back to the original location and s ize.
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rotate image button will rotate the image .
E ach time the rotate image button is pres s ed the image will rotate 90 degree s clockwis e.
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T he B ack button will return the us er to the previous s cree n
Image rotation
Ba ck
S lides how
 T he S lides how button will acces s the s lides how control panel
 S ee “ s lides how control panel“ on next page for information on controls for s lides how.
S lides how control panel
S lides how time delay options
F lip rotate button
S lides how direction options
R es et button
Sa ve button
Ba ck button
C ancel button
s lides how button
S creen saver s elector button
R es et button
Zoom out button
s lides how fade options
Zoom in button
Time s et
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Time s et allows us er to s elect the delay time betwee n photos during slide s how playback
3,5,or 10 s econd intervals can be s elected.
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T his fea ture allows the us er to s elect the direction pictures will trans fer during s lides how.
P res s ing the up arrow will s lide photos upward when replacing with the next.
P res s ing the down arrow will slide photos downward and s o on.
Direction
F ade options
P res s ing the fade in option will render new image s during s lides how from top and bottom
toward the center.
 P res s ing the fade out option will render new image s during s lides how from center toward
the top and bottom.
S ave C ancel and R es et
 After changes are made you mus t s ave to have the change s take effect.
 C ancel will dis regard changes currently made to slides how s ettings .
 R es et allows the us er to bring all s lides how s ettings back to factory default.
Image dis play W indow
 T he image dis play window will s how an example of your s lides how including s ettings that
have been made .
 P res s the image dis play window to enlarge the slides how to full sc reen .
 Touching the s creen while in full s creen mode will return the us er to the Main control
P anel.
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T he B ack button will return the us er to the previous s cree n
P ull down menu in the P hoto s ource
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W hile operating in the P hoto s ource the N avi P IP button will s witch to full s creen Navigation when
s elected. Note: the Navi PIP button will not switch back to Photo when pressed from the
Navigation source.
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All other pull down buttons have s tandard function as lis ted on page 15.
Memo P ad
Ma ke and s ave notes for future reference.
Memo Note selector buttons
F ont width s elector buttons
F ont color s elector buttons
E ras e button
Memo P ad interface
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T he memo pad interface sc reen allows the us er to write or draw note to be s aved for
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Up to 10 memo notes can be s aved at one time.
Us ers have the four optional colors and 2 optional writing s izes to choos e from.
Us ing the Memo pad
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S elect which memo note you are s toring by pres s ing 1 through 10 buttons at the top of
the s creen .
S elect font width by pres s ing the appropriate button.
S elect your des ired font color by pres s ing one of the color buttons .
After writing your memo the note will remain in the s elected memo location ( 1 through 10)
unless eras ed
P res s ing the eras e button will eras e only the s elect memo note. All notes in other
locations will remain.
P ull down menu in the Memo P ad s ource
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W hile operating in the Memo P ad s ource the Navi P IP button will s witch to full s creen Navigation
when s elected. Note: the Navi PIP button will not switch back to Memo Pad when pressed from
the Navigation source.
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All other pull down buttons have s tandard function as lis ted on page 15.
Utility
G ames , B iorhythm check, W orld clock, C alculator, and S cheduler
Utility options
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T he utility s ource is a lis t of programs .
Ins ide the utility s ource you will find s ix programs
T exas H old‘em, B iorhythm check, W orld clock, S cheduler, C ar Organizer, and C alculator
T o s elect the program you would like to open touch either the left and right arrows or the icons
in the lower option bar. Once s elected touch either the main dis play window or “E xecute“ to
begin the program.
W hile highlighted in the main dis play window program options will be available.
“E xecute“ will begin the program.
“R egis tration information“ will dis play program information including title, vers ion, producer, and
file size.
“R egis tration information“ will als o allow the us er to initialize the program
“Update“ will allow the us er to update the program.
“Initialization“ will res et any s aved data on the program.
E lice Poker (T exas Hold‘em)
E lice P oker is very s imilar to T exas Hold‘em. I n E lis e poker you will play agains t 2 computer players .
After the game s tarts you will have option keys located at the bottom of the sc ree n. T he key buttons allow
for three di erent game s aves to be made . Y ou can either pres s menu s creen or one of the key buttons to
begin to play. Y ou will be given an option menu before the game can begin. S elect to either “S tart“ a New
game or continue a s aved game, res et the game through the options button, s ee your current s core, or
exit the game.
Once the game has begun you will s ee the computer opponents . T ouch the s creen to load the play
s creen at this time. E ach player will be dealt two cards . E ach round you have the option to:
“Die“ or fold your hand and wait until the current play is finis hed.
“Check” or match any bet increases made but not raise the bet yourself.
“Ping” or raise the bet a minimum about.
“Full” or raise the full amount allowed in the current round
“Half” or raise half of the amount allowed in the current round
“Double” or double the bet made by another player
“Call” or call the round, meaning you match the bet and stop bet increases from being made
by the player that made the last bet. This play will not stop the player making the last bet
raise if a different player makes an increase.
Note: always pay attention to the information window showing the total pot and cost to call
the bet.
Biorhythm
* Biorhythm is an attempt to predict various aspects of a person's life through simple mathematical cycles.
* According to believers in biorhythms, a person's life is affected by rhythmic biological
cycles which affect one's ability in various domains, such as mental, physical, and emotional
activity.
* These cycles begin at birth and oscillate in a steady sine wave fashion throughout life; thus,
by modeling them mathematically, a person's level of ability in each of these domains can be
predicted from day to day.
* To begin tuning your biorhythm by selecting one of the five user presets.
* Enter the your year, month, then day of birth.
* After birth date is entered press “Enter” to save information to that user location.
C alculator
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T he calculator program is a s tanda rd full function calculator.
C ar O rganizer
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T he C ar Organizer will allow the us er to enter vehicle records in the calendar.
F irs t choos e a date.
T he previous and next month arrow keys will move through months .
T he previous and nes t year arrow keys will move through yea rs .
S elect the day you wis h to enter information by touching the day on the calendar.
Once s elected the day will dis play a green border.
P res s the “E nter C ontents “ key or the date on the calendar.
P revious year button
F orward year button
P revious month button
V iew G raph button
C urrently s elected month and yea r
E nter contents button
F orward month button
V iew lis t button
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Y ou will have four options in which to enter information.
T he four options are “P ayment s tatus , R epair s tatus , T ax related, and Option s tatus “.
C ar information category
C ar information s ub category
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E ach category will have s ub categories .
S elect the s ub category that applies to the information to be entered.
P res s “OK “ to s elect the s ub category.
A data table or tables will be dis played.
Data information window
Number keypad
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E nter the data in the data information window and s elect “OK “
Data will be entered to the organizer and the daily information sc reen will be dis played.
P res s “OK “ again to return to the monthly dis play.
“V iew lis t“ will dis play the daily information s creen .
“V iew G raph“ will dis play the annual graph
P revious year button
Annual graph
Next year button
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T o exit C ar Organizer at any time, pres s the “X “ in the upper right corner.
S cheduler
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T he S cheduler allows the us er to enter their daily s chedule as well as future appointments .
F irs t choos e a date.
T he previous and next month arrow keys will move through months
T he previous and nes t year arrow keys will move through yea rs
S elect the day you wis h to enter information by touching that day on the calendar.
P revious year button
F orward yea r button
P revious month button
C los e program button
C urrently s elected month and yea r
E nter s chedule button
current day s elector
C alendar month
F orward month button
V iew s chedule button
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Once s elected the day will dis play a green border
P res s the “E nter S chedule“ key or pres s the highlighted day one more time.
T he enter s chedule menu has five s ections to cus tomize your appointment information
Importance options
Date information
C ontent box
K eyboard
C ancel button
C los e program button
C las s ification options
T ime information
OK button
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“Importance“ allows the us er to label the appointment with four levels of importance labeled A,B ,C,
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“C las s ification“ allows the us er to label the type of appointment in one of three groups labeled
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“Date“ allows the us er to change the date of the appointment.
“T ime“ allows the us er to s elect a s tart time and end time of the appointment.
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“C ontent “ allows the us er to enter text information regarding the appointment.
After entering the des ired information pres s “OK “ to s ave or “ C ancel“ to dis regard
After press ing “OK “ or “C ancel“ the daily information s creen will be dis played.
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W ork, I ndividual, and Mis cellaneous .
Note: after highlighting
the time press again to select that time.
In the daily information s creen you can modify current appointments , delete current appointments ,
or add new appointments .
P res s ing “O K “ will return to the monthly information s creen .
W hile viewing the monthly information sc reen the ... return arrow key will return the us er to the
current date.
W hile viewing the monthly information s creen the “V iew S chedule“ button will access the currently
s elected daily information s cree n
W orld Cl ock
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S cheduled appointment
Addition appointment button
Modification button
OK button
T he world clock program allows the us er to s ee the current time in twenty five di erent cities
around the world.
F our cities can be s aved into the main s creen .
T o change one of the lis ted cities pres s the F lag button for the city to be replaced
T he full lis t of available cities will be dis played press the des ired city to replace the previous ly
s elected city
F ull lis t of available city time clocks
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P res s ing the location on the map will dis play that cities ‘ current time in the top location
C urrently s elected city clocks
P ull down menu in the Utility s ource
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F ile manager
S elect and trans fer Audio, Video, and Image files s tored in USB , HDD and S D.
Managing files
S elect all button
Move file button
Video s elector
delete file button
Mus ic s elector
P ull down menu button
P lay/paus e button
P ull down menu button
P hoto s elector button
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To begin mana ging files firs t s elect the location of the files .
S elect form the three s torage devices available.
“S D“ for S D cards , “HDD“ for hard drive. Or “US B“ for U S B memory s tick ”sometimes called
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S elect the folder the des ired file is located in. Note: folders may be inside of other folders
All file types will be dis played unles s the us er s elects a s pecific file type.
To s elect a s pecific file type press the “Video“, “Mus ic “, or “P hoto“ buttons on the bottom
of the s creen .
F iles will be tagged with the following image s indicating the media type.
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V ideo file
Mus ic file
Image file
W hen s elected only files of that type in the s elected folder will be dis played.
To des elect the s pecific file type pres s the currently s elected button again.
Once the des ired files are vis ible the us er has the option of s electing files one by one or
all the files available.
To s elect files one by one touch the file name.
W hen s elected the file name will be highlighted.
To des elect the file pres s the highlight file name.
P res s ing “S elect all“ on the bottom left of the s creen will s elect all files available in the
currently s elected folder.
Once the des ired files have been s elected the us er has the option of opening the file/files ,
moving them to a different location, or deleting the s elected file/files .
To open the s elected file/files press the play button.
To delete the s elected file/files pres s the delete button
To move the file/files pres s the move button.
After s electing the move option “Moving s elected file“ will be dis played
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T he “move“ button will change to “pas te“
S elect the location you would like to move the file/files to us ing the USB ,HDD, or S D tabs
on the left and the folders ins ide ea ch s torage device.
Once s elected pres s the pas te button to move file/files to the s elected location.
Moved files are no longer located in the original location. Ex: if you move a mus ic file
from a U SB flas h drive to an S D card the file will be deleted from the U SB flas h drive and
be available only on the S D card.
Note: les not listed are not supported by Ingenix at this time.
Note: Some SD cards may not be supported.
Note: HDD drives must be formatted to FAT32.
Note: If an HDD is divided (partitioned) Ingenix will only read one partition.
P ull down menu in F ile Manager
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W hile operating in the F ile Man ager the Navi P IP button will s witch to full s creen Navigation when
s elected. Note: the Navi PIP button will not switch back to File Manager when pressed from the
Navigation source.
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All other pull down buttons have s tandard function as lis ted on page 15.
Optional So urces
iPod
iPod control
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iPod us e requires the optional IP -5C cable to be ins talled.
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W hen your iPod is connected I ngenix will s ea rch and Authenticate your iPod before playback is
available.
P LE ASE W AIT for the authentication process to finis h, it will only take a few s econds to complete.
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W hen the iPod s ource is s elected the dis play will appear s imilar to a s tandard iPod control
iPod Name
Volume Down
Exit
Mute
Media Navigation Menu
Picture in Picture
Manual Search
Next Track
Music / Video Selector
Play / Pause
Repeat Options
Previous Track
OK / Enter
Current Volume
Menu
Volume Up
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T he menu button will move backward through the s teps previous ly entered
Digital T V tuner
R eceives local televis ion broadcas t signals
P ress ing the P IP button will bring up the Navigation picture in picture.
P ress ing the as pect ratio button will s witch between widesc reen and s tandard aspect
ratios
P ress the AS T (automatic s tation tuning) button to s earch for stations. T he E P G will
bring up the electronic program guide (if available). T he E P G can dis play s tation
information including s tation guide or any information broadcas t on the MH band.
T he firs t time the T V tuner is us ed you will need to s elect the AS T button to s ea rch for
s tations. T his can als o be done to s ea rch for stations in a new location.
Once the sea rch is complete the channel lis t button will allow you to s ee all available
s tations when pres sed. You can directly acc ess the station in the channel lis t by
press ing the station name. You can als o surf through channels with the channel up and
down button.
Source Indicator
Full Screen
No Function
Current TV Station
Volume Down
Channel Down
Pull-down Menu
Mute
Electronic Program Guide
TV Viewing Window
Current Volume
Channel Up
Exit
Volume Up
Channel List
Picture in Picture
Automatic Station Tuning
Caption ON/OFF Switch
E xternal DVD
Using (External DVD) requires a s upported DV D player
E xternal DV D player information
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An optional external DV D player can be ins talled with I ngenix
F ull control of the external DV D player is available through your I ngenix s ource
unit for s upported players
S ee your I ngenix authorized dealer for information of supported models .
Volume down button
R ewind button
Volume level dis play
F as t forward button
Volume up button
Next track button
DV D power button
E ject button
P lay paus e button
Sub title button
Stop button
Sou rce selector button
P revious track button
P IP button (P icture in P icture)
Us ing an external D V D player with I ngenix
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W hen the DV D s ource is s elected the main menu will dis play.
T he “Up“, “Down“. “Le ft“, and “R ight“ buttons will allow the us er to navigate the
DV D‘s menu
T he “E nter” button will s elect the currently highlighted option of the DV D menu.
T he “Menu“ button will recall the DV D‘s menu at any time.
P res s ing the button will increa s e volume
P res s ing the button will decrea s e volume
Volume level is dis played between the volume controls .
P res s ing the volume dis play number will mute audio
The mute icon will be displayed while muted pressing again will resume sound levels.
P res s ing the power button will turn the D V D pla yer off.
P res s ing play/paus e button will paus e the video playback.
P res s ing the play/paus e button again will res ume playback.
P res s ing the s top button will s top playback
P res s ing the s kip ahe ad button will s kip the current chapter and begin the next.
P res s ing the s kip back button will return to the beginning of the current chapter.
P res s ing the s kip back button two times will return the beginning of the previous
chapter. Note: if playback is less than 3 seconds into the chapter pressing skip back will start the
previous chapter.
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P res s ing the eject button will eject the Dis c from the drive.
P res s ing the s ub title button will s hift though s ub title options .
P res s ing the picture in picture button will acc es s the G PS navigation.
If G PS navigation is currently running the D V D playback will appea r in the upper
right side of the s creen while G P S information will be dis played in the remainder
of the s creen .
If G PS navigation is not currently running pres s ing the picture in picture button
will s tart the G PS .
F or P IP controls s ee “P icture in P icture C ontrols “ on the next page.
Note: DVD players that are not supported my not function through Ingenix as described.
Pi cture in P icture controls
Ingenix has an advanced P IP (picture in picture) interface they may take s ome time to fully unders tand.
Us ers who do not rea d this s ection may find commands given in regards to P IP locations and s izes may
not return the des ired e ect.
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P res s the P IP button from the video s ource you want to run with P IP .
T he location the s creen is touched will direct the di erent res pons es .
T he s hade d box indicates the touch location.
R ega rdles s of s ource, Ingenix P IP control are the s ame for all s ources that s upport P IP . T he
chart below will dis play the res pons e from s pecific commands .
While the PIP image is small and in the upper right. Touching the left side of the image will engage split
screen view. Touching the right side of the image will engage the original source full screen.
Screen distortion may occur when changing PIP screen size. This is not a sign of any issue and should be
considered normal operation.
While the PIP image is in split screen. Touching the left side of the image will engage full screen view.
Touching the right side of the image will engage the small screen view.
Troubles hooting
So me s olutions are user s erviceab le while others require a profess ional installation
center. Do not attempt performing any action unless you are confident that you
unders tand the neces sary s teps involved. If you are unsure contact your local
authorized dea ler for support.
S ymptom
C ause
So lution
LCD is too bright
Auto s etting ma y be improper
S ee page 102 for information on adjus ting the
auto s etting.
Adjus t the brightness s etting, s ee page 102
Ingenix will not power up
B lown fuse
C heck/replace fuse
P ower and G round connections are incorrect C heck 12v, ACC , G ND and make proper connections .
P ower s witch is OF F
Turn power s witch ON
B rightnes s s etting may be too high
LCD is too dim
Auto s etting ma y be improper
B rightnes s s etting may be too high
S ee page102 for information on adjus ting the
auto s etting.
Adjus t the brightness s etting, s ee page 102
I can‘t hear navigation prompts
Navigation volume s ettings are low
Adjus t the navigation volume, s ee page 59
Adjus t the alert s ettings , s ee page 68
C all recipients cannot hear the convers ation
Microphone is not connected properly
Microphone placement is improper
C onnect microphone properly
Move microphone to a proper location
DV D playback has s ound but no picture
P arking brake wire is not connected
P arking brake is not engaged
C onnect parking brake wire
E ngage parking brake
Touch s creen does not res pond correctly
Touch panel calibration is not correct
USB or S D files do not play
F ile type is not s upported
USB or S D card is not s upported
R eplace or convert files to s upported file types
Try us ing a s ingle bas ic file (mp3) to confirm the card is
s upported.
P hone will not pair
B lue-tooth is not activated on phone
P hone pairing is not activated
Incorrect pin code was entered
Turn Blue-tooth on from phone
Initiate phone pairing from B lue-tooth menu on unit
S ee page 86 for pairing ins tructions
T.V. tuner does not have s ignal
Antenna is not properly ins talled
Antenna location should be close to windshield
outside of vehicle
No channels programmed
S ee page130 for channel s ea rch function
Navigation has no s ignal
Unit is not receiving G PS s ignal
Antenna is not connected or is damaged
Antenna location needs to have a clear view of s ky
C annot s elect Nav function
No navigation s oftware detected
Ins ert Nav S D in S D s lot
Nav s oftware is moved, modified, or deleted
AS IMAP F OLDE R IS ONLY F OR NAV IG AT IO N
S OFT W AR E
C annot s elect iP od function
unit does not detect iP od
iP od cable is not connected properly or is damaged
Only us e IC -5 cable for Ingenix units
C annot s elect Utility function
No Utility s oftware detected
Utility s oftware has been moved, modified, or deleted.
S oftware is included in Nav S D card
C alibrate touch sc reen, s ee page 101
Ingenix s pecifications
G ene ral
P ower s upply :
Maximum current consumption:
Operating temperature:
Pr oces s or s peed :
NAND flas h Memory:
14.4V DC (10-15V DC ) range
800 mA
32℉- 110℉
700 Mhz
128 MB
Monitor
S cree n s ize :
As pect ratio:
R es olution:
P ixels per square inch:
8.3“ diagonal
16 X 9
800 X 480
14,066
B acklight:
LED
Note: at 50” Monitor at 1080x1920 or (1080P) is 1,941 pixels per square inch
Audio
Maximum power output:
Pre -amp output:
E qualizer:
E qualizer frequencies
E qualizer adjus tment:
Media player
F ile s upport:
Hardware s upport:
4.0 V
5 B and
62/100Hz,396 Hz,1K Hz,2.51K hz,15/16K Hz
+/- 15dB
mp3,flac,wmv,wma,ogg
USB 2.0 to 32G B capacity
S DHC to 32G B capacity
HDD to 250 G B capacity
B lue-tooth
V ers ion:
Output power:
2.0
0dBm
Sup port
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8.3” high-res olution LE D back lit LCD dis play 800 x 480
P ixels per s quare inch 14,066 Note: at 50” home TV at 1080x1920 or (1080P) is 1,941 pixels per square inch
Screen saver Resolution supports up to 2048 X 1600 image.
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S upports I -pod and I-phone interface.
B lue-tooth hands -free operation and Blue-tooth Mus ic (A2DP ) B lue-tooth vers ion
6.
E xtended memory interface (S D card, US B s tick, HDD )
7.
B uilt in 128MB N AND F las h, 256MB DD R 2 S DR AM
8.
US B 2.0 H os t, US B 2.0 D evice and OT G s upport
Note: Ingenix s upports F LAC
F LAC s tands for Fr ee Loss less Audio C odec, an audio format s imilar to MP 3, but los s les s , mean ing that
audio is compress ed in F LAC without any los s in quality. T his is s imilar to how Zip works , except with
F LAC you will get much better compress ion becaus e it is des igned s pecifically for audio, and you can
play back compress ed F LAC files in your I ngenix multimedia s ource jus t like you would an MP 3 file.
iPod compatibility
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iPod touch (4 generation)
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iPod touch (3 generation)
nd
iPod touch (2 generation)
st
iPod touch (1 generation)
iPod classic
iPod with video
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iPod nano (5 generation)
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iPod nano (4 generation)
rd
iPod nano (3 generation)
nd
iPod nano (2 generation)
st
iPod nano (1 generation)
iPhone 4
iPhone 3GS
iPhone 3G
iPhone
rubber grommet to prevent the wire‘s ins ulation from being cut by the metal edge of the hole.
DO N OT IN S T ALL IN LOC AT IONS W IT H HI G H MOIS T UR E OR DU S T .
Avoid ins talling the unit in locations with high incidence of mois ture or dus t. Mois ture or dus t that
penetrates into this unit may res ult in product failure.
W arranty information
 T his warranty s tatement is abs olute. No pers on or organization is authorized to
alter this warranty in any way. Any s tatements made outs ide of the information
lis t will not be honored.
 Ingenix Models carry a 1 yea r warranty from the date of original purchas e.
 Warranty period is 90 days if self installed.
 T he warranty covers the original purchas er only.
W hat is covered under warranty?
 T his warranty covers defects in materials or cons truction of the product
 Pa rts and labor are coverd
W hat is not covered by this warranty?
 Damage occ urring during the s hipping of the product for repa ir. Su ch claims
mus t be pres ented to the s hipping carrier
 Damage caus ed by acc ident or abuse. T he manufacturer res erves the right to
determine damage caus ed by abus e.
 B roken LCD panels
 Dropped or externally damaged product
 Damage caus ed by negligence, improper operation, or mis use
 Damage caused by an act of G od, including but not limited to, fire, flood,
ea rthquake, or other naturally occ urring events.
 T he cos t of uninstalling or reins talling the covered or uncovered product.
 C hanges or modifications made to this product not authorized by the
manufacturer
 Any s ervice performed by unauthorized pers ons , including unauthorized
profess ional repair pers ons
 Any product with a damaged or miss ing s erial number
 Any product not purchas ed from an authorized dealer
S tate provis ional Law
 T his warranty gives the owner s pecific legal rights . Y ou may als o have other
rights which vary from s tate to state. S ome s tates do not allow limitations on how
long an implied warranty las ts . S ome s tates do not allow the exclus ion or
limitation of incidental damages . Limitations in regards to these matters may not
apply to you.
How to obtain W arranty s ervice
 In the event your product requires warranty s ervice you mus t firs t contact our
warranty depa rtment (s ee “C us tomer service ontact information“ below)
 Y ou will be required to provide the original proof or purchase, a detailed
desc ription of the problem or problems with the product
 Y ou will be given an authorization number which must be attached to the product
being s ent in for warranty s ervice.
 P rocedure for obtaining s ervice is s ubject to change. C ontact our C us tomer
s ervice depa rtment for the current procedure.
Customer service contact information Tel: (323)722-3333 Fax: (323)722-1122
Or visit our website at www.poweracoustik.com
Power Acoustik Electronics
1550 S. Maple Ave.
Montebello, CA 90640
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