SoundMax SM-CMD3004 User's Manual

SoundMax SM-CMD3004 User's Manual
SM-CMD3004
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MMC
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CLK
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SM-CMD3004
DVD/MP3/CDRECEIVER
Instruction manual
50Wx4
DVD/MP3/CD-
Dear customer!
Thank you for purchasing our product. For safety, it is strongly recommended to read this manual carefully
before connecting, operating and/or adjusting the product and keep the manual for reference in the future.
Table of contents
Table of contents.......................................................................................................................... 2
Important safeguards ................................................................................................................... 3
Installation/Connections................................................................................................................ 4
Panel controls .............................................................................................................................. 8
Remote control .......................................................................................................................... 10
Glossary.................................................................................................................................... 11
Features.................................................................................................................................... 12
Compatible discs ........................................................................................................................ 13
General operation....................................................................................................................... 16
Radio Operations........................................................................................................................ 17
DVD operations .......................................................................................................................... 21
Mixed-disc operation................................................................................................................... 23
VCD/CD operation ...................................................................................................................... 25
Other operations ........................................................................................................................ 26
System setup............................................................................................................................. 28
Anti-theft system ....................................................................................................................... 37
Handling discs............................................................................................................................ 38
Cleaning.................................................................................................................................... 38
Troubleshooting guide ................................................................................................................. 39
Specification .............................................................................................................................. 40
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Important safeguards
Using the device at temperature below -10º may cause the breakage of the device. BEFORE
USING PLEASE HEAT UP THE PASSENGER COMPARTMENT TO THE RECOMMENDED
TEMPERATURE!
Read carefully through this manual to familiarize yourself with this high-quality sound system.
Disconnect the vehicle's negative battery terminal while mounting and connecting the unit.
When replacing the fuse, be sure to use one with an identical amperage rating. Using a fuse with
a higher amperage rating may cause serious damage to the unit.
DO NOT attempt to disassemble the unit. Laser beams from the optical pickup are dangerous to
the eyes.
Make sure that pins or other foreign objects do not get inside the unit; they may cause
malfunctions, or create safety hazards such as electrical shock or laser beam exposure.
If you have parked the car for a long time in hot or cold weather, wait until the temperature in
the car becomes normal before operating the unit.
DO NOT open covers and do not repair yourself. Consult the dealer or an experienced technician
for help.
Make sure you disconnect the power supply and aerial if you will not be using the system for a
long period or during a thunderstorm.
Make sure you disconnect the power supply if the system appears to be working incorrectly, is
making an unusual sound, has a strange smell, has smoke emitting from it or liquids have got
inside it. Have a qualified technician check the system.
The unit is designed for negative terminal of the battery, which is connected to the vehicle metal.
Please confirm it before installation.
Do not allow the speaker wires to be shorted together when the unit is switched on. Otherwise
it may overload or burn out the power amplifier.
Do not install the detachable panel before connecting the wire.
Do not use the unit in places where it can be exposed to water, moisture and dust.
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Installation/Connections
First complete the electrical connections, and then check them for correctness. If you are not confident working
with electrical wiring, removing and reinstalling interior panels, carpeting, dashboards or other components of
your vehicle, please call your dealer in order to have the unit professionally installed.
Before the installation
IMPORTANT: Remove two screws before installation. Otherwise, the DVD Player will not work.
This unit can be installed in any dashboard having an opening as shown below. The dashboard should be 4.75 –
5.56 mm thick in order to be able to support the unit.
1. Insert mounting collar into the dashboard, and bend the mounting tabs out with a screwdriver.
Make sure that lock lever is flush with the mounting collar (not projecting outward).
2. Secure the rear of the unit.
After fixing mounting bolt and power connector, fix the rear of the unit to the car body by rubber cushion.
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3. Insert trim plate.
When you prepare to insert trim plate, please check it’s direction. Once it was up side down, it cannot be fixed.
NOTE: Outer trim frame, hook, and mounting sleeve are not used for this installation.
This is only intended as a general guide; contact the vehicle's manufacturer for specific instructions.
This method of installation uses the screw holes at the sides of the unit and the holes of the existing vehicle
mounting bracket.
1. Remove the hooks on both sides.
2. Align the screw holes of the mounting bracket supplied with the car and the screw holes of the main unit.
Tighten the 2 screws on each side of the unit. Then fasten the brackets to the car.
3. Attach wires of the unit to existing speaker wires. See wiring diagram.
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Electrical connections
Speaker Wiring Notes
Follow the above wiring diagram to install the head unit with new or existing speakers.
This unit is designed for use with four (4) speakers with an impedance 4 Ohms.
An impedance load of less than 4 Ohms could damage the unit.
Never bridge or combine the speaker wire outputs. When not using four speakers, use electrical tape to tape
the ends of the unused speaker outputs to prevent a short circuit.
Never ground the negative speaker terminals to chassis ground.
For your driving safety, please link your parking wire with low power level, and keep it controlled by manual
brake switch. Wire should be high power level and the unit cannot play video disc.
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Using the ISO Connector
1. If your car is equipped with the ISO connector, then connect the ISO connectors as
illustrated.
2. For connections without the ISO connectors, check the wiring in the vehicle carefully before
connecting, incorrect connection may cause serious damage to this unit.
Cut the connector, connect the colored leads of the power cord to the car battery as shown in
the colour code table below for speaker and power cable connections.
Location
FUNCTION
Connector A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Battery 12V (+)/yellow
Auto Antenna/Orange
ACC+/red
Ground/black
Connector B
Rear Right(+)---Blue
Rear Right(-)---Blue/White Stripe
Front Right(+)---Grey
Front Right(-)---Grey/White Stripe
Front Left(+)---Green
Front Left(-)---Green/White Stripe
Rear Left(+)---Brown
Rear Left(-)---Brown/White Stripe
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Panel controls
Front panel
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
POW (POWER)
MOD/MUTE button
AF button
VOL +/-/SEL knob
TA button
TFT screen
OPEN button
PREV button
NEXT button
SD card slot
BND/SUB/NP button
PTY button
Infra red sensor
APS button
CLK button
AUX button
USB slot
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18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
EJECT button
RESET button
European/American Frequency Switch (Option)
Panel status indicator
Connector
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Remote control
1. MODE BUTTON
2. POWER BUTTON
3. BND/SYS BUTTON
4. CURSOR BUTTONS
5. ENTER BUTTON
6. STOP/RETURN BUTTON
7. ST/PROG BUTTON
8. AMS/RPT BUTTON
9. LOC/RDM BUTTON
10. SEEK +/- / (PREV)/ (NEXT) BUTTONS
11. MENU/PBC BUTTON
12. OSD BUTTON
13. DIGIT AREA
14. PLAY/PAUSE BUTTON
15. GOTO BUTTON
16. TITLE BUTTON
17. SUB-T BUTTON
18. SETUP BUTTON
19. ANGLE BUTTON
20. SLOW BUTTON
21. ZOOM BUTTON
22. VOL +/- BUTTON
23. SEL BUTTON
24. AUDIO BUTTON
25. MUTE BUTTON
Changing the battery
1. Press the catch and at the same time pull out the battery tray.
2. Insert the 1 x lithium battery, type CR 2025 3V battery with the stamped (+)
mark facing upward.
3. Insert the battery tray into the remote control.
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Glossary
PBC (PlayBack Control)
PlayBack Control is a menu recorded on the disc with SVCD or VCD2.0 format. For the discs contained PBC, it can
playback interactive software with the menu displayed on TV. And if the disc contains still images, it can
playback high definition of still image.
Title
The title is the important part of DVD disc. The memory volume of the disc is rather big, that makes possible to
record several films on one disc. For example, if a disc contains three films, they may be divided into Title 1, Title
2 and Title 3. You can easy use the functions of looking-for.
Chapter
A title can be divided into several blocks, so that every block can be operated as a unit, the unit is called chapter.
The chapter contains a unit at least.
Track
It is the biggest component of VCD. Generally, every song of karaoke disc is a track.
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Features
Fully compatible
Fully compatible with the most popular discs’ formats such as DVD, CD, CD-R (containing MP3, JPEG), CD-RW
represented in the market.
Upgrade intelligently
Support the function of upgrading the software for playing discs of new formats to keep up with the market
competition.
Strong output function
The player has an analogue audio output of 2 channels, digital audio output and video output of complex video.
Supports picture CD, Photo CD
Fully compatible with Picture CD and Photo CD without setting additional software. It automatically activates the
media player menu to process.
Screen saver
Supports the screen saver function. If there is no operation or no disc during 5 minutes, the player will
automatically turn into the state of screen saver. It can prolong the serviceability of the player.
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Compatible discs
DVD Video
DVD disc include video and audio data. The data can contained by the 12 cm diameter of DVD disc is 7 times of
one can contained by the common CD-R disc. Its maximum continuous playback time can be up to 2 hours (one
of double-sided disc can be up to 4 hours). DVD disc sort as 4 kinds of ones: single-layer and double-layers and
single-sided, single layer and double-sided, double-layers and double-sided disc.
SVCD
Super VCD disc adopt MPEG-II compression way. It can provide better quality of video than VCD disc. And it can
record 2 stereo audio track. Super VCD disc can also supports wide screen.
VCD2.0
Compare with VCD1.1 disc, VCD2.0 disc has a playback list. Generally, Karaoke disc with VCD2.0 format has a
PBC menu.
VCD1.1
Picture CD disc its size is same as audio CD disc include audio and video data. The maximum playback time of
the standard 12 cm of disc with VCD1.1 is 74 minutes.
DVCD
Compatible with DVCD disc. DVCD disc is high density of VCD disc. Compared with VCD disc, a DVCD disc can
contain more data.
CDDA
Compatible with CDDA disc. CDDA disc include audio data. The maximum playback time of the standard 12 cm
of CDDA disc is 74 minutes.
MP3/JPEG
Compatible with CD-R/CD-RW/CD-ROM discs contained files with MP3/JPG format. Also supports JPG pictures
playback with MP3 tracks as background music, provides fine video and audio effect.
Picture-CD
Compatible with Picture-CD disc. Do not need setting the additional software. Picture-CD is a disc format that
stores photo with electronic file format developed by Kodak company.
Photo-CD
Compatible with Photo-CD disc. Do not need setting the additional soft ware. Photo-CD is a disc format that
stores photo with electronic file format developed by Konica company.
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CD-R/CD-RW
Compatible with CD-R/CD-RW disc with ISO9660 specification include the format of MP3, JPG, JPEG, Ac3, PCM,
MP4, MPEG.
DVD+/-R
Compatible with DVD+/-R disc with UDF specification include the format of MP3, JPG, JPEG, Ac3, PCM, MP4,
MPEG4, DivX (3.11/4.0/5.0/6.XX).
Note: Support of MPEG4 Standard: playback of digital video compressed in DivX 3.11, DivX 4.0, DivX5.0, DivX
6.XX. (It may not be possible to play certain DivX disc due to the configuration and characteristics of the disc or
condition of the recording).
Discs for playback
This set can play all digital audio CD, HDCD, CD-R/RW, MP3,WMA, VCD, SVCD, DVD, DVD-ROM.
The following file types are supported:
Audio files: MP3 (*.mp3)
WMA (*.wma)
Video files: MP4 (*.avi, DIVX3.11/4.0/5.0/6.XX and XVID)
MPEG 2(*.vob)
MPEG 1(*.dat)
Picture file: JPEG (*.jpg)
ISO 9660 or ISO 9660 +Joliet format - Max. 30 characters
Max. Track number is 448
Max. nested directory is 8 levels
The max. album number is 99
The max. length of each track is 99 minutes 59 seconds
Supported sampling frequency for MP3 disc :8KHz to 48 (44.1KHz preferably) KHz
Supported bit-rates of MP3 disc are: 32 - 320 kbps (128 kbps preferably).
Following formats are NOT supported *.ACC, *.DLF, *.M3U, *.PLS, MP3 PRO, files with DRM.
Open session discs are NOT supported.
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USB/SD/MMC notes
USB functions (flash memory type) MP3 music play.
1. SD/ MMC card support, 2in1 (SD/ MMC) support.
2. USB flash memory.
3. FAT 12/ FAT 16/ FAT 32 is possible
- FAT 12/16 (dir: 200 support, file: 500 support),
- FAT 32 (dir: 200 support, file: 500 support).
4. Filename: 32 byte/ Dir name: 32 byte.
5. Tag (id3tag ver2.0)
- Title/ Artist/ Album: 32 byte support.
6. Multi card reader not support.
7. USB 2.0 support.
Note:
USB format supports 2.0.
Capacity: 8 MB ~ 1 GB.
SD cards brands: Cannon, Fuji film, Palm, Motorola, Microsoft, IBM, HP, Compaq, Sharp, Samsung, etc.
Capacity: 8 MB ~ 1 GB.
MMC cards brands: Ericsson, Nokia, Motorola, HP, Palm, Sanyo, Microsystems, etc.
Capacity: 16 MB ~ 1 GB.
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General operation
Power ON/OFF
Press POW button on the front panel or POWER button on the RC to turn the unit on. Press it again to turn the
unit off.
Mode Selection
Press MOD/MUT button on the front panel or MODE button on the RC to cycle the Play Mode: AUX => TUNER
(RADIO) => DISK => USB => CARD.
NOTE: USB, CARD, DISK mode will be active only when an USB flash memory, CARD or DISC are inserted.
Audio settings adjustment
Press the SEL button (VOL knob) on the front panel or SEL button on RC until the display shows: VOL => BAS
=> TRE => BAL => FAD => LOUD => LOC => ST => EQ. Rotate the VOL knob or press VOL+/VOL- buttons on
the RC to adjust each mode.
Loudness control
Press the VOL knob/SEL button until “LOUD OFF” is shown. Turn the volume knob to select between ON or OFF.
EQ setting
You can choose equalizer sound effects. The sequence of settings: EQ OFF => POP => ROCK => CLAS.
NOTE: Bass (BAS) and Treble (TRE) controls are unavailable only when EQ is OFF.
Mute function
Press and hold the MOD/MUT button on the front panel or press MUTE button on the RC to turn off the sound.
Press it again or VOL +/- to resume.
Subwoofer control
Press and hold the BND/ SUB/NP button to activate the subwoofer control. An external amplifier is required to
operate a subwoofer.
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Clock display
Press the CLK button to display the clock. To set the clock press and hold the button until the hour becomes white
in color. Rotate the VOL knob to set hours, then press the VOL knob for the minutes to become white in color
and rotate the VOL knob to set. Press the CLK button again or leave the unit idle for new setting to effect.
RESET
Press OPEN button to open the panel. Then press the RESET button with some sharp object (pin or ball-point pen)
to restore factory settings.
Radio Operations
Choose Radio Band
Press the MOD/MUT button to access the radio function. Then press the BND/SUB/NP button on the front panel
or BND/SYS button on the RC to choose among the five radio bands: three FM Bands (FM1, FM2, and FM3) and
two AM Bands (AM1, and AM2). Each of the five bands can store up to six preset stations, for a total of 30 preset
memory stations.
Radio Tune / Seek Function
In Radio Mode, press Seek +/- button to manually adjust the radio frequency. Press and hold Seek +/- button
for more than 1 second, the radio will seek to the next up or down strong and clear frequency station. Repeat
this action to seek for other desired stations.
Mono/Stereo Reception Control
In FM radio mode, press the SEL button repeatedly to select stereo or mono reception. “ST ON” will show on the
display indicating that stereo reception is received. Improvement of reception of distant stations can be done by
selecting “ST OFF” operation which may cut down some reception noise.
Local/Distance Control
In radio mode, press the SEL button repeatedly to select local or distance reception.
a. “LOC ON” showing on the display, means local reception is turned on;
b. “LOC OFF” showing on the display, means distant reception is turned on.
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Local and distance reception setting can facilitate the radio reception, depending on the location in which the
radio is being used. You also can choose LOC ON or OFF pressing the LOC/RDM button on the RC.
Save Your Preset Stations
There are six numbered preset buttons, which can store and recall stations for each band. While listening to a
radio station you would like to save as a pre-set, press and hold one of the buttons numbered 1-6 until you hear
a beep. The button you pressed is now the pre-set button for that station.
Automatic Store/Preset Scan
A. Automatic Scan & Store
While listening to the FM Radio, press and hold the AMS/RPT Button for 3 seconds. The receiver will
automatically scan and save stations for all the 3 FM Bands, whichever band (FM1, 2 or 3) you are listening to.
While listening to the AM Radio, press and the AMS/RPT Button for 3 seconds. The receiver will automatically
scan and save stations for the 2 AM Bands, whichever band (AM1 or 2) you are listening to.
B. Scan Saved Stations
Press the APS button or the AMS button on the remote control once to perform the scanning functions.
In FM mode, press the APS button or the AMS/RPT button and the stations in FM band will be scanned; press the
button in AM mode and scan the band stations of AM Band.
TA (Traffic Alarm) function
Briefly press the TA button to turn on or turn off the TA function.
When TA is enabled (on), the tuner starts searching the traffic announcement.
AF (Alternative Frequencies) function
Briefly press the AF button to turn on or turn off the AF function.
The RDS program will be automatically searched and received. The unit will search another frequency with this
RDS program. Default setting is ON.
PTY (Program Type) function
1. Press the PTY button to turn the PTY function on.
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2. Rotate VOL/SEL knob or press +/- buttons on the RC to select the music type or speech type: NEWS,
AFFAIRS, INFO, SPORT, EDUCATE, DRAMA, CULTURE, SCIENCE, VARIED, WEATHER, FINANCE, CHILDREN,
SOCIAL, RELIGION, PHONE IN, TRAVEL, LEISURE, DOCUMENT, PTY NONE, POP M, ROCK M, EASY M, LIGHT M,
CLASSICS, OTHER M, JAZZ, COUNTRY, NATION M, OLDIES, FOLK M.
Note: While selecting PTY engagement, its selection is implement by preset button as described in notes.
3. When PTY is selected the radio starts to search corresponding PTY information and stops of the
corresponding PTY information is detected. If corresponding PTY information is not found, normal radio
reception is resumed.
ST/PROG
Press ST/PROG button or the SEL button (VOL knob) on the front panel or SEL button on RC, when ST ON or ST
OFF is shown, select ST ON or ST OFF function so that you can choose either mono or stereo sound.
TA SEEK/TA ALARM
To choose the TA mode, press the VOL +/-/SEL knob for 2 seconds, then press it repeatedly until the display
shows TA seek. Rotate the knob to choose between the TA SEEK and TA ALARM. After choosing, please leave the
unit idle to activate. In TA SEEK mode, the unit will seek for traffic announcement programme when TA is
pressed; in TA ALARM mode, no TA/TP is displayed and the alarm is set off.
MASK DPI/MASK ALL
Press the VOL +/-/SEL knob for 2 seconds, then press it repeatedly until the display shows MASK DPI. Rotate the
encoder volume to toggle between MASK DPI and MASK ALL mode, then leave the unit idle to activate. During
MASK DPI mode, the unit will mask only the AF which has different PI, this is the default mode; during MASK ALL
mode, the unit will mask the AF which has different PI and no RDS signal with high field strength.
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RETUNE S/L - SHORT/LONG
"RETUNE" refers to the time period the unit allows for radio scan when reception is interrupted. 'S' represents
a time period of 30 seconds and 'L' represents a time period of 90 seconds.
BEEP
Turn BEEP ON if you want the pressing of buttons to be sounded.
Press SEL Button until the display shows "BEEP", then use the VOL+/- Button to turn BEEP sound on or off.
PI SOUND/MUTE
Press SEL Button until the display shows "PI SOUND", then use the VOL +/- Button to choose either PI sound or
PI mute. PI sound refers to the reception noise when the AF function tries to scan alternative frequency.
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DVD operations
Insert/Eject CD
Press OPEN button to make the disc slot available, insert a disc into CD slot with label side up. The disc will be
automatically loaded into the unit, even when it is off or at radio mode. The word “LOADING” will show on the
display and the disc will play automatically. Press the EJECT button to eject the disc from the slot. If the disc is
not removed from the slot within 12 seconds, it will automatically be loaded into the slot again. When the disc
is ejected and removed, the unit will automatically switch to radio mode.
OSD (Display information)
Press the OSD button so that the OSD will display on the monitor. Details such as title, track, playtime, etc, will
be shown.
Title Playing
Press the TITLE button on the remote control so that the first title track of the DVD will be played.
Selecting Tracks
ress the NEXT button to go to the next track. Press and hold NEXT to fast forward. Press the PREV button to
go to a previous track. Press the PREV Button for 2 seconds to fast reverse. Press the PLAY/PAUSE button, disc
will play normally.
Audio Selection
Press the AUDIO button on the remote control, in order to choose the audio language. The audio languages
available differ from Disc to Disc. You can also use the setup menu to choose the language.
Subtitle Selection
Press the SUB-T button on the remote control to choose the subtitle you want. The subtitle languages available
differ from Disc to Disc. You can also use the setup menu to choose the language.
Track Time Search
Press the GOTO button on the remote control to search the desired track time to play the Disc. The OSD will be
shown. Use of the navigation buttons and digit buttons on the remote control to choose your desired chapter,
track or time. Press the ENTER button to confirm your selection.
Zoom +/Press the ZOOM button on the remote control to perform the zoom function. The zoom in range is: 2 => 3 =>
4 and zoom out 1/2 => 1/3 => 1/4.
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Slow Motion
Press the SLOW button on the remote control to perform slow montion of the video play. SF 1/2 up to 1/7 will be
shown, according to the slowness. Cycle back to normal playback or press the Play/Pause button to resume.
Multi-Angle View
Press the ANGLE button on the remote control to perform multi-angle playback. The number of angles change
in sequential order.
Note: The number of angles is different according to the disc. The function only work for discs having scenes
recorded at different angles. When no different angle is recorded, the OSD will show “INVALID KEY”.
Video System
Press the BND/SUB/NP button on the head unit or BND/SYS button on the remote control to choose between
NTSC, PAL, PAL60, AUTO, according to the encoding format of the disc. The default mode is AUTO.
Programme Mode
Press the ST/PROG button on the remote control to set the program play. Use the Navigation and Digit buttons
to set the Chapter and Track no. as your desired sequence. Press ENTER to begin the program play. Press the
ST/PROG button and confirm a blank program again to cancel this operation.
Electronic Skip Protection
This unit is programmed with Electronic Shock Protection (ESP) so that the video will be protected against rough
roads for 5 seconds.
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Mixed-disc operation
While you are playing mixed disc, which contains MP3, WMA, JPG or DIVX formats, just insert the disc into the
CD slot and the menu on the right hand side will be promted. The unit will directly play the audio files. However,
you can use the navigation and Enter keys to select the format that you would like to view/listen to.v
Audio mode
Audio files will be played directly if they are presented in the mixed disc. Both MP3 and WMA file format are
supported. Use the navigation and ENTER buttons to choose the folder and file. The left column on the menu is
the folder list while the right column on the menu is the file list.
Photo mode
Jpg files on the disc will be grouped in this category. Use the navigation and ENTER buttons to choose the folder
and file. The left column on the menu is the folder list while the right column on the menu is the file list. The unit
only supports jpg file.
Video mode
Video files will be grouped in this category. Both MP4, MPEG4 and DivX (*.avi) file format are supported. Use the
navigation and ENTER keys to choose the folder and file. The left column on the menu is the folder list while the
right column on the menu is the file list. Please kindly note that the unit supports DivX version from 3.00 to 5.XX.
If there is any file that cannot be recognized by the system, please check the file version and try again.
Selecting Tracks
Press the SEEK + /(NEXT) button to go to the next track.
Press the SEEK- /(PREV) button to go to a previous track.
Note: On the front panel, use PREV or NEXT buttons.
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Back to the menu
If you would like to go back to the playlist menu to choose the other file to view/listen to, press and hold
STOP/RETURN button to stop the playback. Then the playlist menu will be prompted and you can select other
files.
Picture of playlist menu
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VCD/CD operation
Insert/Eject CD
Press OPEN button to make the disc slot available, insert a disc into disc slot with label side up. The disc will be
automatically loaded into the unit, even when it is off or at radio mode. The word “LOADING” will be shown on
the display and the disc will play automatically. Press the EJECT Button to eject the disc from the slot. If the disc
is not removed from the slot within 12 seconds, it will automatically be loaded into the slot again. When the disc
is ejected and removed, the unit will automatically switch to radio mode.
Multi-Session CD Reading
This unit can read multi-session CDs. The multi-session reading will be activated automatically if
the player detects a file that is written in multisession format.
Selecting Tracks
On the Head Unit, press the SEEK + /(NEXT) button to go to the next track.
Press and hold SEEK + /(NEXT) to fast forward.
Press the SEEK- /(PREV) button to go to a previous track.
Press and hold the SEEK- /(NEXT) button to fast reverse. Disc will play normally when the SEEK + /(NEXT) or
SEEK- /(PREV) is released.
Audio Selection
VCD: Press AUDIO during playback.
It is possible to switch the sound between mono and stereo sound. The sequence is as follows:
Mono L --> Mono R --> Stereo
Title Playing
For VCD2.0, press the MENU/PBC button on the remote controol while the disc is playing. You can switch
between PCB on and PBC off mode.
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RANDOM
Press LOC/RDM button if you want the files to play in random order. RANDOM will be displayed on the screen.
Press this button one more time to cancel random function. RANDOM OFF will be displayed on the screen.
Electronic Shock Protection
Electronic Shock Protection (ESP) is ideal for driving on rough roads. This unit is programmed with Electronic
Shock Protection so that the music will play smoothly on the road. Electronic Shock Protection time depends on
the media that is being played. ESP for playing VCD is 10 seconds; ESP for CD is 10 seconds; ESP for MP3 is 120
seconds. This is a built-in function so that there is no need to switch on or switch off.
ID3 Tag
If an MP3 file has ID3 Tag information, it will be displayed on the LCD. If there is no ID3 Tag information, nothing
will be shown on LCD. The sequence of ID3 Tag information will be shown as follows:
ROOT----FILE-----TITLE-----ARTIST-----ALBUM
Other operations
USB/SD Input
Insert the USB flashdrive / SD Card into the slot on the front panel. The unit will automatically detect and play
the files on device. Press the MOD/MUT button on the front panel or MODE button on the RC anytime to switch
the play mode. For detailed operation, please refer to the section of MIXED DISC OPERATION.
AUX input
The AUX Input Jack is on the front of unit. Use the AUX cable, which is included in the package. Insert the stereo
plug to the front AUX in jack of the unit. Route the other end of the RCA to the any external audio/video device
such as walkman or portable DVD. Press and hold the MOD/MUT button to choose AUX. Connect any portable
audio/video device such as a DVD player or VCD player to the AUX IN cable. Use the volume control to adjust
volume.
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Backup Camera Input
The backup camera input is on the back of the unit. (refer to wiring diagram). The input is for connecting backup
camera for parking. You must connect the VCC wire (in pink color) to the reverse gear switch in order to activate
this video input mode when you switch the reverse gear of your car. Please refer to the wiring diagram for more
details.
Video Output
The Video Output Jack is on the back of the unit. (Refer to Wiring Diagram) This output (in yellow) is for
connecting monitor(s). You must connect a monitor for car in order to play this unit in VCD. Consult your dealer
for any kinds of monitors that are suitable to use in car. Press the “BND/SUB/NP ” to choose between PAL, NTSC
or AUTO mode.
RCA Output
The RCA Output Jack is on the back of the unit. (Refer to Wiring Diagram) This output is for connecting amplifier,
equalizer, or other qudio component that requires a preamp out connection (Red=Right, White=Left). Follow the
manufactures instructions for the audio component that you are connecting.
Subwoofer Output
The Subwoofer Output Jack is on the back of the unit, (refer to wiring diagram). This output is for connecting
subwoofer that requires a pre-amp out connection. This is a mono output. Follow the manufacturers instructions
for the audio component that you are connecting. This function can only be activated during Disc Playback. If
you want to have subwoofer turned on for RADIO mode, you have to do it in DISC or AUX mode first.
Press and hold the BND/SUB/NP button to activate or deactivate this function.
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System setup
1.
Press and hold SETUP button on the RC to enter the setup menu. In Setup mode, press SETUP button again
or STOP/RETURN button to quit the setup page.
2. Use the
buttons to choose the setup page.
3. Press the
button to enter the setup page selected.
4. Use the
and
buttons to select the option you want to adjust.
5. Press
to enter the adjustment list. Use the
and
buttons to select the adjustment and press ENTER
button to confirm.
6. To return to setup page list press the
button till you reach the top of list.
Note: The setup is memorized and kept after power off.
System setup
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TV system
Select the TV system in the setting menu (PAL or NTSC).
Screen saver
The screen saver appears if disc stop last more than 3 minutes.
Original setting: On.
Video output mode
Original setting: INTERLACE-YUV.
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Setting TV type
Select TV type to watch wide screen movies.
4:3 Pan Scan: For 4:3 TV, left and right edges will be cut.
4:3 Letter Box: For 4:3 TV, black bars will appear on top and bottom.
16:9: For 16:9 wide screen TV.
Setting password
Original password is 0000.
Setting rating
The rating of the disc is from 1 to 8:
(1(KID SAFE)) with the most limits when playing.
(8 (ADULT)) with the least limits when playing.
Original setting: 8
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Note: The rating can be selected only under the password unlocked status, and the limits can be worked only
under the password locked status.
Load default
If this item is selected, the unit will return to original setting.
Language setup
Setting the on-screen display language
Select the language to be used for the on-screen display.
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Setting the audio language
Select the language to be used for the audio. You can select a preferred audio from those included on the DVD
video disk. (The screen on your player may have difference with the screen shown here)
Setting the subtitle language
Select the language to be used for the Subtitles. You can select a preferred subtitle from those included in the
DVD Video disk. (The screen on your player may have difference with the screen shown here).
Setting the menu language
Select the language to be used for the Menu. You can select a preferred audio from those included on the DVD
video disk.
(The screen on your player may have difference with the screen shown here).
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Audio setup
Digital output
Select digital output format.
SPDIF/OFF: There is no signal output from coaxial or optical output.
SPDIF/RAW: When the unit is connected with the amplifier by coaxial or optical connecter, please select this
mode.
SPDIF/PCM: When the unit is connected with the two-channel digital stereo amplifier, please select this mode.
Setting volume
Setup the volume with the
buttons.
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Video setup
Brightness
Set the brightness of the video output with
Contrast
Set the contrast of the video output with
Hue
Set the hue of the video output with
.
.
.
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Saturation
Set the saturation of the video output with
.
Sharpness
Set the sharpness of the video output with
.
Digital setup
Output mode
Select the output mode:
LINE OUT: Compress the input signal. The volume is small.
RF REMOD: The volume is large.
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Dynamic range
When you select the compressed mode as “line out”, select it to adjust the compression
proportion and get the different compressed effect.
When select FULL, the audio signal is minimum; when select OFF, the audio signal is maximum.
Dual mono
Select the audio channel from STEREO, MONO L, MONO R and MIX MONO.
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Anti-theft system
Removing the panel
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press POWER button to switch off the power of the unit.
Press EJECT button to flip down the panel.
Hold the middle of the panel. Take off one end, and then take off the other end.
Place the panel into the case and take it with you when you leave the car.
Install the panel
1.
2.
Hold the panel and ensure the panel faces toward you , and set the right side of
the panel in the panel bracket.
Press the right side of the panel until it locks.
Remove the unit
1.
2.
3.
Remove the panel and the trim plate.
Insert both T-Keys into hole on the front of the set until they lock.
Pull out the unit.
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Handling discs
Dirty, scratched or warped discs may cause skip ping or noise.
Handle the disc only by the edges. To keep clean do not touch its surface.
Discs should be stored in their cases after use to avoid scratches.
Do not expose discs to direct sunlight, high humidity, high temperature or dust.
Prolonged exposure to extreme temperature can wrap the disc (such as leaving the discs in your car during
summertime).
Do not stick or write anything on either side of disc. Sharp writing instruments, or the inks used in some
felt-tip pens, may damage its surface.
DO NOT touch the unlabeled side. DO NOT attach any seal, label or data protection sheet to either side of
a disc.
Cleaning
1. Cleaning the cabinet
Wipe with a soft cloth. If the cabinet is very dampen (not dropping wet) the cloth with a weak solution of soapy
water, and then wipe clean.
2. Cleaning discs
Fingerprints should be carefully wiped from the surface of disc with a soft cloth. Unlike conventional records,
compact discs have no grooves to collect dust and macroscopic dirt, so gently wiping them with a soft cloth
should remove must panicles. Wipe in a straight motion from the center to the edge.
Never use thinner benzine, record cleaner or anti static spray on a compact disc.
Such chemicals can damage its plastic surface.
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Troubleshooting guide
Symptom
Cause
General
No power
The car ignition is not on.
Solution
If the power supply is properly connected to
the car accessory switch the ignition key to
“ACC”.
Replace the fuse.
The fuse is blown.
Disc
Presence of disc inside the player. Remove the disc in the player then put a
Disc cannot be loaded.
new upward.
Disc cannot be read.
Inserting the disc in upside down. Insert the compact disc with the label facing
Compact disc is extremely dirty or upward.
Clean the disc or try to play a new one.
defective.
Temperature inside the car is too Cool off until the ambient temperature
returns to normal.
high.
No sound
Volume is in minimum.
Adjust volume to a desired level.
Wiring is not properly connected.
Check wiring connection.
The operation keys do The built-in microcomputer is not Press the RESET button.
Reinstall the front panel.
not work.
operating properly due to noise.
Front panel is not properly fix into
its place.
Sound skips.
The installation angle is more than Adjust the installation angle to less than 30
degrees.
30 degrees.
Clean the compact disc/try to play a new
The disc is extremely dirty or
one.
defective.
The radio does not work, The antenna cable is not connected Insert the antenna cable firmly select a
the signals are too weak.
station manually.
the radio station
automatic selection does
not work.
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Specification
General
Power supply:
Current consumption/Fuse:
Maximum power output:
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Working temperature range:
FM Stereo Radio. Frequency range:
Usable sensitivity/ I.F. Frequency:
MW Section. Frequency range:
DVD Deck Specification Format
Video System/ Audio System
Loading System
12V DC
10A & 1A
50Wx4 channels
178 x 50 x 178 mm
-10º
- +60º
87.5 - 108.0 MHz
3 uV/ 10.7 MHz
522 kHz-1620 kHz
DVD/SVCD/VCD/HDCD/MP3/WMA/CDDA/JPEG/DVD/audio/SACD/CDR/-RW/DVD±R/±RW/USB/SD/MMC
Standard NTSC/PAL/AUTO
Auto Loading
Video Specification
Video System
Video Output level
Screen resolution
16:9 and 4:3
1.0Vp-p 75 ohms
320 x 240
Audio Specification
Maximum Output
Frequency Response
S/N Ratio(A-vtd)/ Separation
Line out. Output:
2Vrms(+/-3dB)
20 to 20KHz
60dB/ 50dB
CD max 2000 mV
Specifications are subject to change without notice. Mass and dimension are approximate.
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POWER
BND/SYS
ENTER
STOP/RETURN
ST/PROG
AMS/RPT
LOC/RDM
SEEK +/- / (PREV)/
MENU/PBC
OSD
(NEXT)
PLAY/PAUSE
GOTO
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SLOW
ZOOM
VOL +/SEL
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POWER
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MOD/MUT
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USB, CARD, DISK
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SEL (
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SEL
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VOL+/VOL,
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SEL (
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SEL
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EQ OFF.
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