CS-320
OWNER’S MANUAL
Mobile Audio System
• PLL Synthesizer Stereo Radio
• Automatic Memory Storing
• RDS (Radio Data System) Operation
• Preset Equalization
• USB Interface
• SD/MMC Interface
• Auxiliary Input Function
CONTENTS
Installation .......................................3
Supported MP3/WMA
Take out screw before installation..........3
decoding modes...................................14
DIN Front-Mount (Method A)................ 3
SD/MMC operation..............................14
Installing the unit ..............................3
Specification........................................15
Removing the unit ..............................4
Trouble shooting .................................16
DIN Rear-Mount (Method B )..............5
Wiring Connection ............................. 6
Operation...............................................7
General operation..................................7
Switching on/off the unit........................7
Sound adjustment.................................7
Loudness................................................9
Display information................................9
Liquid Crystal Display..........................9
Equalization.........................................9
Auxiliary input......................................9
USB interface.......................................9
Reset function......................................9
Radio operation....................................9
Switching to radio mode......................9
Selecting the frequency band..............9
Selecting station.................................9
Automatic memory storing &
program scanning ...........................10
Station storing...................................10
RDS (radio data system) operation....10
USB play operation.............................12
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INSTALLATION
Notes:
TAKE OUT SCREW BEFORE
INSTALLATION
• Choose the mounting location where
the unit will not interfere with the
normal driving function of the driver.
Before install the unit, please remove the
two screws.
Take out screw before installation
• Before finally installing the unit,
connect the wiring temporarily and
make sure it is all connected up
properly and the unit and the system
work properly.
• Use only the parts included with the
unit to ensure proper installation.
The use of unauthorized parts can
cause malfunctions.
DIN FRONT-MOUNT (Method A)
Installation Opening
This unit can be installed in any dashboard
having an opening as show below:
• Consult with your nearest dealer if
installation requires the drilling of holes
or other modifications of the vehicle.
• Install the unit where it does not get in
the driver’s way and cannot injure the
passenger if there is a sudden stop,
like an emergency stop.
53 mm
182 mm
• If installation angle exceeds 30˚ from
horizontal, the unit might not give its
optimum performance.
Installing the unit
Be sure you test all connections first, and
then follow these steps to install the unit.
1. Make sure the ignition is turned off,
and then disconnect the cable from
the vehicle battery's negative (-)
terminal.
2. Disconnect the wire harness and the
antenna.
3. Lift the top of the outer trim ring then
pull it out to remove it.
4. The two supplied keys release tabs
inside the unit's sleeve so you can
remove it. Insert the keys as far as they
will go (with the notches facing up) into
the appropriate slots at the middle left
and right sides of the unit. Then slide
the sleeve off the back of the unit.
30˚
• Avoid installing the unit where it would
be subject to high temperature, such
as from direct sunlight, or from hot air,
from the heater, or where it would be
subject to dust, dirt or excessive
vibration.
DIN FRONT/REAR-MOUNT
This unit can be properly installed either
from “Front” (conventional DIN Frontmount) or “Rear” (DIN Rear-mount
installation, utilizing threaded screw holes
at the sides of the unit chassis).
For details, refer to the following
illustrated installation methods.
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INSTALLATION
Sleeve
Note: to install the short threading
terminal of the mounting bolt to the
back of the unit and the other long
threading terminal to the dashboard.
L Key
Outer Trim Ring
Front Panel
Spring Washer
Hex Nut
Metal Strap
R Key
Mounting Bolt
Plain Washer
Tapping Screw
5. Mount the sleeve by inserting the sleeve
into the opening of the dashboard and
bend open the tabs located around the
sleeve with a screwdriver. Not all tabs
will be able to make contact, so
examine which ones will be most
effective. Bending open the appropriate
tabs behind the dashboard to secure
the sleeve in place.
9. Reconnect the cable to the vehicle
battery's negative (-) terminal. Then
replace the outer trim ring .
Dashboard
Removing the unit
1. Make sure the ignition is turned off,
then disconnect the cable from the
vehicle battery's negative (-) terminal.
2. Remove the metal strap attached the
back of the unit (if attached).
3. Press the release button to remove the
front panel.
4. Lift the top of the outer trim ring then
pull it out to remove it.
5. Insert both of the supplied keys into
the slots at the middle left and right
sides of the unit, then pull the unit out
of the dashboard.
Tabs
Screwdriver
Sleeve
6. Reconnect the wire harness and the
antenna and be careful not to pinch
any wires or cables.
7. Slide the unit into the sleeve until it
locks into place.
8. To further secure the unit, use the
supplied metal strap to secure the back
of the unit in place. Use the supplied
hardware (Hex Nut (M5mm) and Spring
Washer) to attach one end of the strap
to the mounting bolt on the back of
the unit. If necessary, bend the metal
strap to fit your vehicle's mounting
area. Then use the supplied hardware
(Tapping Screw (5x25mm) and Plain
Washer) to attach the other end of
metal strap to a solid metal part of the
vehicle under the dashboard. This strap
also helps ensure proper electrical
grounding of the unit.
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INSTALLATION
DIN REAR-MOUNT (Method B)
If your vehicle is a Nissan, Toyota, follow
these mounting instructions.
Use the screw holes marked T (Toyota),
N (Nissan) located on both sides of the
unit to fasten the unit to the factory radio
mounting brackets supplied with your
vehicle.
Side view showing
Screw Holes marked T, N
Factory Radio
Mounting
Bracket
Screw
Screw
Dashboard or
Console
To fasten the unit to the factory radio
mounting brackets.
1. Use a screwdriver to loose the hook’s
screws on the front left and right sides
of the unit and remove the hooks.
2. Align the screw holes on the bracket
with the screw holes on the unit, and
then tighten the screws (5x5mm) on
each side.
Note: the outer trim ring, sleeve and the
metal strap are not used for method B
installation.
5
WIRING CONNECTION
ISO Connection
Rear Rch RED
GREY
Rear Lch WHITE
4
3
2
7
6
5
10
9
8
Part B
Part A
Antenna Socket
4-speaker System
(Green/Black)
(Green)
Rear Left
Speaker
(White/Black)
(White)
(Gray/Black)
(Gray)
(Violet/Black)
(Violet)
Front Left
Speaker
Front Right
Speaker
Rear Right
Speaker
Ground Wire (Black)
+12V Accessory/Switched (Red)
Power Antenna/Amplifier Turn On (Blue)
+12V Constant Power Supply (Yellow)
6
13 16 19
12 15 18
11 14 17 20
FUSE (15A)
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Part C
OPERATION
LOCATION OF KEYS
1 2
3
6
4
24 5
23
22
21
20
GENERAL OPERATION
Press button (1) to turn on the unit.
When system is on, press button (1)
to turn off the unit.
• SOUND ADJUSTMENT
Press SEL button (3) shortly to select
the desired adjustment mode. The
adjustment mode will change in the
following order:
BAS
(Bass)
TRE
(Treble)
BAL
(Balance)
16
15
9 10 11
14
12
13
When newly tuned station does not
receive TP information for several
seconds, the radio retunes to next
station which has not the same station
(PI) as the last station, but has the TP
information.
When TP information gets lost at the
current station for retune time which is
set by RETUNE SHORT (30 sec.) or
RETUNE LONG (90 sec.), the radio start
to retune to next same PI station. When
same PI station does not catch in 1
cyclic search, the radio retunes to next
station with TP information.
- TA ALARM mode:
When this mode is selected, any
automatic retune mode is not activated.
Only double beep sound (ALARM) is
output.
When newly tuned station does not
have TP information for several seconds,
beeps come out. When TP information
gets lost at the current station for retune
• SWITCHING ON/OFF THE UNIT
VOL
(Volume)
19 18 17
7 8
FAD
(Fader)
By rotating the knob (3) clockwise or
anticlockwise, it is possible to adjust
the desired sound quality.
Press SEL button (3) for several
seconds, it is activated as the following
functions for user's selection.
TA SEEK/ ALARM
PI SOUND/ MUTE
RETUNE L / S
BEEP 2'nd, ALL / OFF
MASK DPI/ ALL
a) TA SEEK OR TA ALARM
- TA SEEK mode:
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OPERATION
time, the beep sound is out-putted.
When newly tuned station has not RDS
signal, “PI SEEK” is suppressed
somewhat.
d)MASK DPI or MASK ALL mode
The AF frequency (which has different
PI or NO RDS signal with high field
strength) is masked during checking PI
when the unit searches AF. The unit
doesn't search this AF (DIP) for few
minutes. In the case of the AF of NO
RDS signal with high field strength, if
the real AF is wrongly masked as DIP
by some interference, the unit hesitates
to search real Afs. For this reason, the
unit has the user option (MASK DPI)
which doesn’t mask the AF of NO RDS
signal with high field strength. In MASK
DPI mode, the wrong sound or long
mute (according to PI SOUND or PI
MUTE) can be heard from the AF
station which has NO RDS signal and
of which the field strength is higher
than that of the currently tuning AF
(station). But, these phenomenons are
rare and the user will hardly hear the
wrong sound in whole Europe.
- MASK DPI mode:
Masked only the AF which has different
PI.
- MASK ALL mode:
Masked the AF which has different PI
and NO RDS signal with high field
strength.
b)PI SOUND or PI MUTE
While AF switching is implemented in
C201 station, AF can switch to 100
MHz, which is non genuine AF (where,
different PI with same AF) in short
“DIP”.
If a car cruises that critical area back
and forth, an oscillation phenomenon
can be occurred, because the different
PI code can be received from 100 MHz
with “XXX” PI. The car radio has
special procedure to reduce even this
kind of unavoidable situation however
there is a limit to be escaped from this
serious case perfectly. In that serious
case, 2 mode is selectable as follows:
98
100
90
PI : C201
100
PI : XXX
- PI SOUND mode:
When above different PI sound (DIP) is
heard once in a while, the DIP’s sound
will be heard for a short time.
- PI MUTE mode:
Under above same situation, a mute
sound will be heard for a short time.
e) BEEP 2'ND, BEEP ALL, BEEP OFF
mode
The situation of beep sound is
selected. The 3 mode is selected as
also by rotating the audio knob (10)
clockwise or counter-clockwise.
- BEEP 2'nd mode:
The beep is only generated when all
allowed double key is pressed long (1
sec).
e.g.
When preset button (18) is pressed.
When BND/LOU/ENT button (4) is
pressed.
When AS/PS(Navi-SCH) button (10) is
pressed.
c) RETUNE L or RETUNE S mode
The initial time of automatic TA search
or PI search modes is selected. When
PI information is not caught for retune
time, the radio starts to retune to next
same PI station. When same PI station
does not catch 1 cyclic search, the
radio goes to last station and waits for
several minutes until PI code is
received.
- RETUNE L mode:
Selected as 90 seconds.
- RETUNE S mode:
Selected as 30 seconds.
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OPERATION
- BEEP ALL mode:
The beep is generated when every key
is pressed.
- BEEP OFF mode:
The beep is disabled.
• USB INTERFACE
On the front panel of the unit, there is
an USB interface (12). You can connect
an USB drive through this interface
(12). No USB-harddrives supported;
use of harddrive may cause damage.
• LOUDNESS
Press BND/LOU/ENT button (4) for
several seconds to reinforce the bass
output. Press it for several seconds
again to release this function.
• RESET FUNCTION
Reset button (5) must be activated with
either a ballpoint pen or thin metal
object. The reset button is to be
activated for the following reasons:
- Initial installation of the unit when all
wiring is completed.
- All the function buttons do not operate.
- Error symbol on the display.
• DISPLAY INFORMATION
Press DISP button (9) to operate as
the conversion of each display mode
as follows:
- In case of receiving a RDS station
In radio mode: ->PS ->CT ->FREQ
->PTY ->
- In case of no receiving CT or PTY
information, the display shows as “NO
CLOCK” or “NO PTY”.
- In case of receiving a non RDS station
In radio mode:
-> ‘NO CLOCK’ ->FREQ -> ‘NO PTY’ Each displaying time is several
seconds, and come back to 1’st
position after several seconds.
Notes:
- CT = clock time
- FREQ = frequency
RADIO OPERATION
• SWITCHING TO RADIO MODE
Press MOD button (11) shortly to
select radio mode, the radio mode
appears in the display together with
the memory band and frequency
• SELECTING THE FREQUENCY
BAND
At radio mode, press BND/LOU/ENT
button (4) shortly to select the desired
band. The reception band will change
in the following order:
FM1
• LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY
Exhibit current frequency and activated
functions on the display (6).
CLASSICS
POP
ROCK
FM3
MW
• SELECTING STATION
Press
button (2) or
button (24)
shortly to activate automatic seek
function. Press for several seconds
until "MANUAL"appears on the
display, the manual tuning mode is
selected. If both buttons have not been
pressed for several seconds, they will
return to seek tuning mode and
"AUTO"appears on the display.
• EQUALIZATION
Press EQ button (7) to turn on
equalization function and to select
desired audio mode. There are five
kinds of mode as below:
FLAT
FM2
DSP OFF
• AUXILIARY INPUT
The unit can be connected to a
portable audio player through the AUX
IN jack (13).
• AUTOMATIC MEMORY STORING &
PROGRAM SCANNING
- Automatic memory storing Press
AS/PS button (10) for several seconds,
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OPERATION
for a certain time period. When region
is on, the current listening program
remains unchanged. When region is
off, it allows the reception moves to
the regional station.
- Using PTY to Select Program PTY
button (14) is operated as follows:
the radio searches from the current
frequency and checks the signal
strength until one cycle search is
finished. And then the strongest
stations are stored into the
corresponding preset number button.
- Program scanning
Press AS/PS button (10) shortly to
scan preset station. When the field
strength level is more than the
threshold level of stop level, the radio
is holding at that preset number for
several seconds with release mute,
then searches again.
PTY MUSIC group
PTY SPEECH group
PTY off
While selecting PTY engagement, its
selection is implemented by preset
buttons as described in notes. When
PTY is selected, the radio starts to
search corresponding PTY information,
and stops if the corresponding PTY
information is detected.
If corresponding PTY information is not
existed any more, PTY engaging is
automatically exit to normal mode.
Notes:
When PTY mode is engaged, the PTY
switch is shared as follows:
- STATION STORING
Press any one of the preset buttons
(18) (1 to 6) to select a station, which
had been stored in the memory. Press
this button for several seconds, current
station is stored into the number
button.
PTY MUSIC group
RDS (RADIO DATA SYSTEM)
OPERATION
PTY SPEECH group
PTY off
According to above 2 allotted group,
the preset number is used for PTY
selection as follows:
- Setting RDS mode
Press AF(REG) button (8) and release
immediately to switch on or off RDS
mode.
Whenever RDS is switched on, symbol
"AF"appears on the display.
Program name is displayed on
receiving an RDS station.
"AF"starts blinking if the broadcasting
signal gets worse.
"ALARM"will be displayed when an
emergency broadcasting is received,
meanwhile sound output level will be
adjusted to the preset output level
automatically when the volume control
is set at minimum.
- Regional Program Operation
Press AF(REG) button (8) for several
seconds to switch on or off region
mode. Some broadcasting stations
change their program from normal
broadcasting to regional broadcasting
• MUSIC group
* POP M, ROCK M
* EASY M, LIGHT M
* CLASSICS, OTHER M
* JAZZ, COUNTRY
* NATION M, OLDIES
* FOLK M SPEECH group
* NEWS, AFFAIRS, INFO
* SPORT, EDUCATE, DRAMA
* CULTURE, SCIENCE, VARIED
* WEATHER, FINANCE, CHILDREN
* SOCIAL, RELIGION, PHONE IN
* TRAVEL, LEISURE, DOCUMENT
- Listening to Traffic Announcement TA
button (7) is operated as follows: When
pressed and held for several seconds,
it is engaging whether TA mode on or
off.
When TA mode is on and a traffic
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OPERATION
announcement is transmitted: When
the unit was in AUX IN mode, it will
switch temporarily to radio mode.
Temporary switch over to an EON
linked station when EON detects a
traffic announcement on that other
program.
If the volume level was under the
threshold point it will be raised to the
threshold point. But the user changed
the volume level, which was more than
the threshold point (min. TA volume
level), it will be set to the last level.
When TA mode is on, TA of individual
segment is turned on.
When a TP station is received, TP of
individual segment is turned on.
TA interruption function
The current traffic announcement is
cancelled by pressing this key. But the
TA mode will not be off.
When pressed long, it is selected EON
TA LOCAL/EON TA DISTANCE mode.
The purpose of this key is to reduce
unwanted EON TA switching, which
EON TA information was received from
current station and the radio switched
to that EON linked station, but no
information could not be received
because the EON linked station is
located too far from that area. So the
radio is switched back to current
station again. In above operation, a
customer listens to a wrong program
or mute sound for a while.
EON TA LOCAL mode When the filed
strength level of EON linked is less
than threshold level, the radio does not
switch that station, and a customer
can hardly listen to any disturbances.
When EON TA LOCAL mode is
selected, "EON TA LOCAL"on numeric
display is indicated for a few seconds.
EON TA DISTANCE mode EON TA
switch is tried to implemented by the
information of current station.
When EON TA DISTANCE mode is
selected, "EON TA DX" on numeric
display is indicated for a few seconds.
The RDS data used are the PI, PS, AF,
TP, TA, EON and PTY data.
PI: Program Identification code
Code for identifying programs
PS: Program Service Name
Broadcast station name data
expressed in alphanumerically
characters
AF: Alternative Frequencies Frequency
list of broadcasting stations
transmitting the same program
TP: Traffic Program Identification
Identification data for traffic
information-broadcasting station
TA: Traffic Announcement Identification
Identification data showing traffic
information is being transmitted or
not
EON: Enhanced Other Networks
Information Broadcasting
information on PI, AF, TP, TA, etc,
relating to networks other than the
network used for current reception
PTY: Program Type Code Contents of
programs such as news, light music,
sports etc.
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OPERATION
directory. Press and hold it again to
stop repeat.
USB PLAY OPERATION
On the front panel of the unit, there is an
USB interface (12). You can connect an
USB driver through this interface (12).
When you connect an USB driver
through the interface, the unit will search
the MP3 files or WMA files in the USB
driver and start to play MP3 files or WMA
files automatically.
If in other mode, you can also press
MOD button (11) to select USB mode. It
supports the MP3/WMA file in the device,
the operation please refer to the following
instruction.
• PLAYING IN RANDOM ORDER
(SHUFFLE)
Shortly press SHF button (17) to play
all files stored in USB device in random
order. Shortly press it again to cancel
the function. Press and hold SHF
button (17) to play all files in the current
directory in the random order, press
and hold it again will exit this mode.
• SELECTING TRACKS BY AS/PS
/Navi-SCH BUTTON
AS/PS (Navi-SCH) button (10) is
assigned as audio file searching button
in MP3 file operation.
When pressed, it is activated as
selecting each mode of Digital Audio.
"Searching track directly"=>
"Searching Directory or File Name">
"Navigation"from root by TUNE
UP/DOWN buttons=>
"Navigation"from current directory by
TUNE UP/DOWN buttons.
• SELECTING SONGS IN SINGLE
STEP Press
button (24) or
button (2) to move to the previous
song or the following song. Track
number shows on display.
• SELECTING DIRECTORY UP/DOWN
Press DIR button (16) or DIR button
(15) to select directory downward or
upward. If the MP3/WMA folder does
not contain any directory, there is no
function of pressing DIR button (16) or
DIR button (15).
- Searching Track Directly
Press AS/PS (Navi-SCH) button (10)
for one time. It enters into Searching
track directly"mode.
The unit searches the track selected
by following direct numeric buttons:
M1-M6, MOD (7), TUNE DOWN (8),
TUNE UP (9), DISP(0).
If selected three digits, the unit
searches the track at once. If selected
one or two digits, the unit wait for
BND/LOU/ENT button (4) for several
seconds. The unit searches the track
after few seconds, even if the enter
button is not pressed.
- Searching Directory or File Name
Press AS/PS (Navi-SCH) button (10)
for two times. It enters into Searching
Directory or File Name in Digital Audio
CD. The unit searches files and
directories that have the same
character which is inputted by the user
• PAUSE PLAYING
Press / button (21) to pause
playing. Press it again to resume
playing.
• PREVIEWING ALL FILES
Shortly press SCN button (20) to play
each file stored in USB device. Shortly
press again to stop intro and start to
play. Press and hold SCN button (20)
for several seconds to intro the files
stored in the current directory. Press
and hold it to exit the intro.
• REPEAT PLAY
Shortly press RPT button (19) to
continuously repeat the same file.
Shortly press it again to stop repeat.
Press and hold RPT button (19) will
repeat all the files stored in the current
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OPERATION
pressing the corresponding buttons
listed on the Table 1 below.
Explain as follows:
- Use the corresponding buttons to
select the characters A to Z, blank,
0 to 9, _, -, +.
- Press SEL button (3) to confirm entry
of each characters.
- Press BND/LOU/ENT button (4) to
start the title search.
In case the selected title is a directory
name, display will show (‘ ‘), then
- Use the TUNE UP/DOWN buttons
to list all songs under this directory
and select the title.
- Press BND/LOU/ENT button (4) to
confirm and start the play.
- Repeat the above steps if the newly
selected title is again a directory.
name is displayed (selected). The user
can select the directory or file in the
directory by TUNE UP/DOWN
buttons. The selected file can be
played by pressing BND/LOU/ENT
button.
DISPLAY INFORMATION
Press DISP button (9) to show the
following information, such as the clock,
ID3 TAG (if available: song title, directory
name, artist name, other contents…)
(FOR WITH MP3 ID3 FUNCTION
VERSION ONLY) and other information.
KEY Assigned IN Searching mode (Table 1)
- Searching From Root Directory
Press AS/PS (Navi-SCH) button (10)
for three times. The unit searches file
or directory from root by TUNE
UP/DOWN buttons. (D-DIR icon turns
on if the name is directory). Display will
list all available directories and songs.
Select the desired directory/songs by
using TUNE UP/DOWN buttons and
BND/LOU/ENT button to confirm. If
the selected title is a song, it starts to
play. If the selected title is a directory
name, display will show (‘ ‘), then
- Use the TUNE UP/DOWN buttons
to list all songs under this directory
and select the title.
- Press BND/LOU/ENT button (4) to
confirm and start the play.
- Repeat the above steps if the newly
selected title is again a directory.
- Searching From Current Directory
Press AS/PS (Navi-SCH) button (10)
for four times. The unit searches file or
directory from current directory by
TUNE UP/DOWN buttons. (D-DIR icon
turns on if the name is directory). The
current directory name is displayed for
a second and the currently playing file
AS/PS
Mode Select
BND/LOU
ENTER
M1
A, B, C, 1
M2
D, E, F, 2
M3
G, H, I, 3
M4
J, K, L, 4
M5
M, N, O, 5/
Directory DOWN
M6
P, Q, R, 6/
Directory UP
MOD
S, T, U, 7
TUNE/SEEK/
TRACK DOWN
V, W, X, 8
TUNE/SEEK/
TRACK UP
Y, Z, SPACE, 9
SEL
CHARACTER
SHIFT RIGHT
DSP
_, –, +, 0
AUDIO KNOB
CHARACTER SELECT
(A, B~8, 9, 0)
VOLUME KNOB & TUNE UP/DOWN
buttons:
Searching file and directory during
Navigation.
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OPERATION
Note:
• The main unit can only support the
standard USB-memory disc which is
approved by Microsoft.
• USB MP3 player is not a standard
which means different brand name or
different models have their own
standard. So our product cannot
support every MP3 player.
• When connecting an MP3 player and
there has normal battery in the player
(non rechargeable battery), you should
remove the battery from the MP3
player then connect it to the USB
interface. Otherwise, it may cause
battery burst.
• When in USB play mode, be sure not
to remove the USB driver from the
USB interface.
SD/MMC OPERATION
There is a SD/MMC interface (22) on the
front panel of the unit.
When you insert a SD/MMC card in the
SD/MMC interface, the unit will search
the MP3 files or WMA files in the card
and start to play MP3 files or WMA files
automatically. The operation is the same
with the USB play operation described
above.
If in other mode, you can also press
MOD button (11) to select SD/MMC
mode. When there are important files in
the SD/MMC card, do not connect it to
the main unit to play.
SUPPORTED MP3/WMA DECODING
MODES
The main unit supports MP3/WMA
(Windows Media Audio) decoding modes
as below.
Supports
Mode
Standard
Bit Rate
(kbps)
MPEG1 Audio
Layer 3 (44.
1kHz)
32,48,64,96,
128,192,256,
320
Stereo
Windows
Media Audio
(44.1kHz)
64,96,128,192
Stereo
The USB solution can support:
1. Folder: 500 max.
2. File: 999 max.
3. Depth of folder: 8 layers
4. Size: 2 GB
CAUTION
When there are important files in the USB
device, do not connect it to the main unit
to play, because any wrong operation
may cause files loss. And our company
assumes no responsibility for this.
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SPECIFICATION
GENERAL
Power Supply Requirements
Chassis Dimensions
Tone Controls
- Bass (at 100 Hz)
- Treble (at 10 KHz)
Maximum Output Power
- Version Y
Current Drain
: DC 12 Volts, Negative Ground
: 178 (W) x 160 (D) x 50 (H)
:
10 dB
:
10 dB
: 4 x 40 Watts
: 15 Ampere (max.)
CD PLAYER
Signal to Noise Ratio
Channel Separation
Frequency Response
: More than 55 dB
: More than 45 dB
: 40 Hz - 18 KHz
RADIO
Frequency Coverage
IF
Sensitivity (S/N = 30 dB)
Stereo Separation
:
:
:
:
FM
87.5 to 108 MHz
10.7 MHz
4 V
> 25 dBu
Frequency Coverage
IF
Sensitivity (S/N = 20 dB)
:
:
:
:
MW
522 to 1620 KHz
450 KHz
36 dBu
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
Before going through the checklist, check wiring connection. If any of the problems
persist after checklist has been made, consult your nearest service dealer.
Symptom
No power.
No sound.
Cause
Solution
The car ignition switch is
not on.
If the power supply is
connected to the car accessory
circuits, but the engine is not
moving, switch the ignition key
to “ACC”.
The fuse is blown.
Replace the fuse.
Volume is in minimum.
Adjust volume to a desired level.
Wiring is not properly
connected.
Check wiring connection.
The operation keys The built-in microcomputer
do not work.
is not operating properly
due to noise.
Press the RESET button.
Front panel is not properly fixed
into its place.
Radio does not
Ignition + and battery +
store radio stations interchanged.
(memory empty
after car off/on)
correct + and – connections.
If at any time in the future you should need to dispose of this product
please note that: Waste electrical products should not be disposed of
with household waste. Please recycle where facilities exist. Check with
your Local Authority or retailer for recycling advice. (Waste Electrical
and Electronic Equipment Directive)
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