audio video &amp
AUDIO VIDEO & NAVIGATION SYSTEM
NOTICE TO OWNER
Please retain this booklet and write the serial number of this product for
identifion and accurate reporting to your local police in the event of theft.
The serial number is labeled or stamped on the chassis.
Please confirm this number at your car dealer or service shop when the
unit has been reinstalled or exchanged to you after repair or readjustment.
Serial No.
090002-33240700
1005(Y)
OWNER’S MANUAL
Manufactured for SUBARU
by FUJITSU TEN LIMITED
AUDIO VIDEO & NAVIGATION SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
The symbols described below are found in this instruction manual as well
as on the device itself to ensure its proper and safe usage and to prevent
injury or damage to properties. Make sure you understand the meanings
of these symbols before reading the rest of this manual.
ATTENTION
Useful information for smooth operation
CHECK
Handling Notes
Facts to keep in mind when operating
The illustrations of screens shown in this manual may differ from the actual
screens of this product.
Basic safety rules that you must follow and useful operational information
are provided with the following symbols.
• Please read all materials such as manuals and warranties that have
come with the product.
Subaru will not be responsible for unsatisfactory product performance
due to a failure to follow these instructions.
• Changes to product specifications may result in differences between
the content of the manual and features of the product.
WARNING
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of a symbol may result in death or serious personal injury.
CAUTION
This symbol indicates a situation in which incorrect handling through disregard
of a symbol may result in personal injury or may result solely in damage to
property.
IMPORTANT
Follow this advice to prevent malfunctions or damage to the device.
Perform the indicated action in the event of a malfunction.
Please exercise care when handling the manual.
Forcefully spreading or pulling on pages may result in some pages falling out of
the binding.
Use the manual carefully.
Table of Contents
1-Before Use
Operation Conditions of this Receiver .......................19
Setup of This Receiver ................................20
Safety precautions........................................ 5
Setup of This Receiver...............................................20
Screen Adjustment and Setting .................................21
Adjusting the Screen..................................................22
Before use ..................................................... 7
Discs............................................................................9
PND ...........................................................................12
Accessories ............................................................... 12
Switching the Audio Source .......................24
Switching the audio source ........................................24
2-Operation
Volume Control ............................................25
Adjusting the audio volume........................................25
Muting the Volume .....................................................25
About This Receiver ................................... 13
Control Names and Operations ................................. 13
Turning the POWER ON or OFF ............................... 14
Switching Between the Audio and
Navigation Screen ..................................................... 14
Turning the PND Display ON and OFF ..................... 15
Attachment and Detachment the PND ...................... 15
Using the Audio Cover............................................... 16
Hands-Free Microphone and Light Sensor................ 16
Adjusting the Display Angle....................................... 17
Loading/Unloading a Disc.......................................... 17
Sub-display................................................................ 19
Adjusting the sound quality .......................26
Switching Audio Control Modes .................................26
3-Radio Operations
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Using the Radio ...........................................28
Listening to the Radio ................................................28
Tune a Desired Station ..............................................28
Selecting a Radio Band .............................................29
Table of Contents
Saving a Station in Memory....................................... 29
Preset Scan ............................................................... 30
Displaying the information ......................................... 30
Turning the Radio OFF ..............................................30
Selecting a Desired Folder.........................................34
Selecting a Desired Music File...................................35
Fast Forward/Rewind.................................................35
Returning To the Root Directory ................................35
Finding a Desired Music File......................................36
Repeating a Music File ..............................................36
Random Play .............................................................37
Displaying of Music File Information ..........................38
Switching Between CD-DA and MP3/WMA ...............38
Stopping the MP3/WMA File......................................38
MP3/WMA..................................................................38
Creating and Playing MP3/WMA Files.......................41
4-CD Player Operations
Using the CD Player.................................... 31
Listening To a CD...................................................... 31
Selecting a Desired Track ......................................... 31
Fast Forward/Rewind ................................................ 32
Finding a Desired Title............................................... 32
Repeating the Same Track........................................ 32
Random Play ............................................................. 32
Track Data Display .................................................... 33
Switching Between CD-DA and MP3/WMA............... 33
Stopping the CD Play ................................................ 33
6-USB Music File Player Operations
5-MP3/WMA Player Operations
Using the MP3/WMA Player ....................... 34
Playing an MP3/WMA File......................................... 34
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Using the USB Music File Player................43
Playing USB Music Files............................................43
Fast Forward/Rewind.................................................43
Selecting a Desired Music File...................................44
Finding a Desired Music File......................................44
Repeatedly Playing the Same Music File ..................45
Random Play of Music Files ......................................45
About the TEXT button ..............................................45
Table of Contents
Stopping the USB Music File Player.......................... 45
Playable USB Memory Standards ............................. 45
Playable MP3 File Standards .................................... 45
ID3 Tags .................................................................... 46
Format of USB Memory............................................. 46
DVD Player Setting ....................................................55
Language Code List...................................................60
8-iPod Player Operations
Using the iPod Player..................................61
7-DVD Player Operations
Before Using the DVD Player..................... 47
Advantages of Digital Versatile Disc (DVD)............... 47
Discs.......................................................................... 48
Products equipped with Macrovision ......................... 49
Operation Flow .......................................................... 50
Using the DVD Player ................................. 51
Watching a DVD Video ..............................................51
Video Operations....................................................... 51
Disc Menu Operations ............................................... 52
About the TEXT button ..............................................52
Stopping a DVD......................................................... 52
Finding a Desired Video ............................................ 53
Changing the Touch Switch Display.......................... 54
Changing the Screen Display and Audio Mode ......... 54
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Listening to the iPod ..................................................61
Fast Forward/Rewind.................................................62
Selecting the Desired Music or Video File .................62
Finding a Desired Music File......................................62
Setting to the iPod Video Mode .................................63
Playing .......................................................................64
Pausing ......................................................................64
Repeatedly Playing the Same Music File ..................64
Random Play of Music Files ......................................64
Switching Aspect Ratio of Screen..............................64
About the TEXT button ..............................................64
Compatible iPod models ............................................65
Stopping the iPod.......................................................65
Table of Contents
9- AUX Operations
12-Reference
Using the AUX ............................................. 66
Troubleshooting Guide ...............................72
Switching the AUX Mode ON and OFF ..................... 66
Listening to the Portable Audio Player ...................... 67
TEXT Button .............................................................. 67
Turning off the Portable Audio Player........................ 67
If the Following Messages Appear.............................72
Basic Trouble Shooting..............................................75
How to Contact Subaru ...............................78
Contact information....................................................78
Defective products/Warranty......................................78
10-Steering Wheel Switch Operations
About the Steering Wheel Switches.......... 68
Compatibility with Steering Wheel Switches.............. 68
11-Rearview Camera Operations
Rearview Camera Operations .................... 70
Playing a Video through the Rearview Camera......... 71
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Safety precautions
WARNING
• Note that the data for roads, location names,
facility information, and charges, etc. may
not be the most recent and that there may
be inadequacies.
• Do not modify this system for any uses other
than that specified herein. Subaru will not be
held liable for damages including, but not
limited to serious injury, death or property
damage resulting from modifications that
enable unintended operation.
• For safety, make selections only when
vehicle is stopped. Use judgment and obey
traffic rules. Some map data may be
incorrect. See user manual for complete
instructions.
• When the vehicle is in motion, never take
your eyes off the road to make adjustments
to the main unit. You must pay attention to
the road at all times to avoid accidents; do
not let operation or adjustment of the main
unit distract you from operating the vehicle
responsibly.
• The driver should not look at the screen
while driving. Doing so may result in an
accident.
• Do not place foreign objects in the disc
insertion slot or USB input terminal. Fire or
shocks may result.
WARNING
• Do not disassemble or alter this main unit.
An accident, fires or shock may result.
• Do not let water or foreign objects enter the
internal parts of this main unit. Doing so may
result in smoke, fire or shock.
• Do not use when main unit is malfunctioning
(the screen is not lit or no sound comes out).
Doing so may result in an accident, fire or
shock.
• If foreign objects or water enters the main
unit, smoke or a strange odor may be
emitted. If this occurs, stop using the main
unit immediately and contact your dealer.
Accidents, fire, or shocks may result if you
continue to use the main unit under these
conditions.
• The driver should not change the CD or USB
memory while driving.
Doing so may result in an accident. You must
first stop or park your car in a safe location
and then proceed to remove or insert the CD
and/or USB.
• Be sure to park the vehicle in a safe location
and set the parking brake before watching
DVDs or videos. For safety reasons, only the
sound of DVDs or videos will be emitted
while the vehicle is in motion.
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CAUTION
• Keep volume to a reasonable level so that
you can hear sounds from outside the
vehicle, including warning sounds, voices,
and sirens. Failure to do so may cause an
accident.
• Be careful that your hands and fingers do
not get pinched when adjusting the tilting
angle or closing the display. Otherwise
injuries may result.
• Do not put your hands or fingers into the
disc insertion slot or USB input terminal.
Injuries may result.
• Do not touch heat dissipating parts of the
main unit as you may be burnt.
• The volume should be set at a moderate
level to avoid hearing damage when the
main unit is powered on.
• Do not operate when sound such as
distortion is being emitted.
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Before Use
Before Use
CAUTION
• This main unit uses invisible laser light. Do
not disassemble or alter this main unit. If any
problems occur, contact the dealer where
you purchased the main unit.
Altering this main unit may cause exposure
to laser emissions (which may damage your
eyesight), or result in an accident, fire or
shocks.
• Using the vehicle speed pulse signal, you
can use the route guidance function even in
locations where normally no guidance is
given (e.g.: in a tunnel). However, the
accuracy of the guidance is not guaranteed
since the guidance is performed using the
information about road surface conditions
and vehicle speed.
IMPORTANT
• When there is a lot of vibration – when
driving on a bad road for example – the main
unit may become inoperable due to it not
being able to read data from the disc.
• If using this receiver immediately after
having purchased it or after having stored it
disconnected from the vehicle battery, the
present location may not be displayed
accurately. Wait a short while and the GPS
positioning will correct the displayed
position.
• This device is a precision-engineered
equipment and the information that you
record on it after purchase can be lost as a
result of static electricity, electrical noise,
vibration and other influences. It is
recommended that you keep a separate
record of the information you store in the
main unit.
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IMPORTANT
• Note that the following events are not
covered by the warranty.
1 Corruption or loss of the data stored in the
main unit by the purchaser resulting from
failure or incorrect operation of the main unit,
or any problems associated with it, or due to
the effects of electrical noise or other
influences.
2 Corruption of loss of the data stored in the
main unit by the purchaser resulting from
misuse of the main unit by the purchaser or a
third party.
3 Corruption or loss of data stored in the main
unit by the purchaser resulting from failure /
repair of the main unit.
• Please note that by installing or using the
main unit, you are regarded as having
consented to the points above.
Before use
CAUTION
• Be very careful and pay full attention to
safety when operating the audio controls
while driving, otherwise accidents may
occur. Also, be sure to set the volume so
that you can still adequately hear sounds
outside the vehicle.
Improper use may result in a traffic accident.
CAUTION
• Never continue to use the system if it is
malfunctioning in any way. If smoke,
abnormal noises or abnormal odors are
noticed, turn off the power immediately.
Immediately turn off the audio in such
situations.
Exercise caution regarding the temperature
inside the vehicle.
• Do not use volatile chemicals such as
benzene or thinners when cleaning the main
unit. The main unit may be damaged and the
paintwork may be affected.
Please use a soft cloth (silicon cross, etc.) to
clean the main unit. Please follow the
directions when you use a chemical dust
cloth.
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CAUTION
• Do not disassemble or modify this receiver.
The main unit has a precisely designed
structure, so consult your dealer in the event
any unsatisfactory performance is observed.
• Do not apply excessive force to the monitor.
Otherwise damage may result.
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Before Use
Before Use
CAUTION
• Do not leave the monitor in tilt position when
you are not using it.
Otherwise, it may be damaged.
CAUTION
• Be careful not to get your fingers or other
objects caught behind the monitor when it is
being retracted into place.
Interference can cause an injury or damage
the main unit.
• Do not insert any objects other than discs
into the disc slot.
Otherwise damage may result.
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CAUTION
• When removing a disc from the main unit,
remove it in the horizontally level direction.
Do not pull them up or press down on them
forcibly while removing them.
Improper removal may result in the disc
becoming scratched, cause the receiver to
emit unusual noises, or result in other
damage.
Discs
ATTENTION
• In cold or rainy weather, just as the interior
glass surface becomes fogged, dew (water
condensation) may also settle on the main
unit. (Condensing) When this occurs, disc
playback may become intermittent or
impossible. Dehumidify the air in the vehicle
for a while before resuming playback.
• If a problem occurs, the player function stops
automatically to protect its internal parts. If
the player does not operate even when you
follow the on-screen messages, the player
may have failed. Consult the dealer you
purchased it from.
• Playback may be intermittent when the player
is subjected to severe vibrations while
traveling over a rough surface.
• Please do not use a commercially available
lens cleaner because it may cause damage
to the pickup of the player.
■ Format of discs
• An audio disc or DVD video disc bearing one
of the marks below can be played.
When
using
a
DVD±R/RW
(DVD±Recordable/ReWritable) disc, note that
only the disc whose contents were recorded
in the video mode can be played. Discs
whose contents were recorded in the video
recording (VR) mode and audio mode cannot
be played.
• The DolbyDigital format is supported and
discs with the logo shown below can be
played.
This product is manufactured under license
from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the
double-D symbol are registered trademarks
of Dolby Laboratories.
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• It is possible that a CD-R (CD-Recordable) or
CD-RW (CD-ReWritable) disc will not play on
the main unit due to the characteristics of the
recording or special disc, scratches, dirt or
deterioration caused by long-term storage in
the vehicle. Also, a CD-R or CD-RW disc that
has not yet been finalized and a CD-R or CDRW disc recorded in UDF format cannot be
played.
• It
is
possible
that
a
DVD±R/RW
(DVD±Recordable/ReWritable) disc will not
play on this receiver due to the
characteristics of the recording or special
disc, scratches, dirt or deterioration caused
by long storage in the vehicle. Also, a
DVD±R/RW disc that has not yet been
finalized cannot be played. It may not be
possible to play a disc that has been
recorded on a personal computer, depending
on the application setting and the
environment.
• The CD-TEXT function can be used only for
CD-text CDs available on the market.
Characters written on a CD-R and CD-RW
discs may not be displayed correctly.
• Do not use a CD or C-thruDisc with a
transparent or semi-transparent recording
area as they may fail to load or unload or play
their contents.
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Before Use
Before Use
• A Copy Control CD (CCCD) may not be
played as it does not meet the official CD
Standard.
■ Handling discs
• Do not place discs in direct sunlight. They
should be stored in their protective cases.
Otherwise, they may warp and fail to play.
• Do not apply paper-based tape to either
the recording side or label side of a disc.
Damage could result.
• Keep cracked or warped discs out of the
player to avoid damaging the main unit.
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• Do not touch the recording area (the
rainbow color) side of a disc. Otherwise,
the disc may be soiled and the playback
may be intermittent.
• If you play a dirty disc, the disc surface may
be scratched and its play may be
intermittent. Use a commercially available
compact disc cleaner to clean a CD, wiping
gently from the center to the edge.
Before Use
• You may notice that some brand new discs
are rough around the center hole or
outside. In this case, remove burrs or
flakes around the edge using the side of a
ballpoint pen before using a new disc. Not
doing so may result in burrs or flakes
becoming stuck on the recording side,
preventing playback.
Rough edges
Ballpoint pen
Rough edges
■ Rental discs
■ Disc accessories
• Do not use a rental disc with glue or
remnants of adhesive tape or labels. They
may cause the disc to get stuck inside or
damage the main unit.
Cellophane tape
Recorded surface
■ Irregularly-shaped CDs
• Specially-shaped or octagonal CDs, like
heart-shaped cannot be played. Do not
attempt to play them, even with an adapter,
since they may damage the player.
• Do not use accessories (stabilizers,
protective seals, laser lens cleaners, etc.)
sold for “improving sound performance” or
“protecting CDs.” The changes in CD
thickness or outside dimensions made by
these accessories may cause problems in
the player.
• Please be sure NOT to attach any ringshape protector (or other accessory) to
your discs. Those protectors are
commercially available and said to protect
discs and to improve sound quality (and
antivibration effect), but they can do more
harm than good in regular uses. The most
common problems are Insert/Eject related
problems and “No playback” problems due
to the protector ring that may have come
off in a disc mechanism.
CD ring
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■ Brand new CDs
Before Use
PND
PND battery charging status indication
IMPORTANT
To protect the battery, the temperature range
within which the battery can be charged is 32°F to
+113°F (0°C to +45°C). When the PND battery
temperature falls outside of this range, battery
charging rate will be reduced to a trickle charge.
To help prevent the PND from exceeding the
charging temperature, remove the PND from
vehicle when not in use. If necessary, please use
the supplied USB cable and continue charging
from a PC.
Battery
condition
Charging
Full
Charging in
High Temp
Empty High
Temp
Indicator
Accessories
aYour TomTom
(Green with
Moving)
"Charging"
(Green)
"
"
"
"
(No indication)
(Green half)
(No indication)
bDocumentation pack
(Red)
"
"
(No indication)
ATTENTION
For your convenience, it is recommended to
regularly update the PND on the TomTom Web
site. (www.tomtom.com)
Please see the instructions in the TomTom
HOME CD for details.
cConnector cover
dUSB cable
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About This Receiver
Control Names and Operations
You can operate this receiver by pressing the panel buttons (panel switches) or by touching the
switches displayed on the screen (touch switches).
■ Panel Switches
Identification of controls and functions.
Microphone
Light sensor
Sub-display
PND display
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1 [SRC] button
Short press: Switches SOURCE.
Press and hold: Turns the audio mode
OFF.
Press and long hold (more than 5
seconds): Turns the power completely
OFF.
2 [MUTE] button
Short press: Turns MUTE ON or OFF.
Press and hold: Turns the PND display
OFF.
3 [CTRL] button
Short press: Switches the audio controls.
Press and hold: Switches to the Screen
setting menu. You can switch to the
setting mode when PND is connected and
the audio power is off.
4 [VOL] rotary knob
Adjusts volume.
5 [SCREEN AV/NAV] button
Short press: Switches between the NAVI
screen and AV screen. Turns the PND
display ON when it is OFF.
Press and hold: Displays the CAMERA
screen when a camera is connected.
6 [BAND] button
Changes radio bands, or playback format
between CD-DA and MP3/WMA.
2
Operation
Operation
7 [SELECT (Right/Left)] button
Short press: Tunes radio stations, selects
CD/MP3/WMA, iPod and USB tracks, or
selects DVD chapters.
Press and hold: Tunes preset radio
stations, or fast forward or rewind a DVD,
CD, MP3, WMA, iPod and USB.
8 [SELECT (Upper/Lower)] button
Short press: Tunes radio stations by
SEEK UP/DOWN. Selects folders in the
CD (MP3/WMA) mode.
Long press: Continues SEEK UP/DOWN
of radio stations.
Long press of the DOWN button: Returns
to the root directory in the MP3/WMA
mode.
9 [TEXT] button
Displays frequency, Track No., or current
audio mode on the Subdisplay when the
PND is attached.
Track No., elapsed time, volume level and
title will be shown when the PND is
disconnected.
0 [ (OPEN/EJECT)] button
Short press: Ejects the disc or opens and
closes the front panel.
Press and hold: Tilts the front panel step
by step or forcibly ejects the disc when the
front panel is open.
A [Release] button
Removes the right side of the PND from
the main unit.
Turning the POWER ON or OFF
When the power is turned OFF the last mode on
the main unit (CD and Tuner) will be restored.
WARNING
When the main unit's power is turned on for the
first time or if the battery terminals have been
disconnected, e.g. for vehicle maintenance, and
the power is then turned back on, the main unit will
start up in the FM mode.
IMPORTANT
Even though the audio source is turned off, the
navigation screen is displayed continuously as
long as it is selected.
(1) When the power is OFF, press [SRC].
The power will come ON.
(2) Press and hold the [SRC] button until a
beep is heard while the power is on, and
release the button.
All audio sources will be turned OFF.
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(3) When the power is ON, hold down the
[SRC] button for 5 or more seconds.
The audio and navigation will be turned off.
Switching Between the Audio and
Navigation Screen
(1) Each time you press the [SCREEN AV/
NAV] button, the display switches
between the AUDIO and NAVIGATION
screen.
Operation
(1) When the PND display is OFF, press the
[SCREEN AV/NAV] button.
The PND display will come ON.
(2) When the PND display is ON, hold down
the [MUTE] button for 1 or more
seconds.
■ How to Detach the PND from the Main Unit
IMPORTANT
• When detaching the PND, Do not touch the
PND rear connector.
• After detaching the PND, mount the
connector cover to the PND rear side.
The PND display will go OFF.
Attachment and Detachment the PND
■ Using the PND
CAUTION
To avoid injury, use the audio cover when the PND
is removed.
• Do not attach the PND to the audio unit
when connector cover is mounted.
• When attaching the PND, do not press the
monitor display.
• If the PND gets wet, do not attach it to the
main unit.
• When the PND is detached, the audio cover
should be installed.
(1) Press the [Release] button.
The right-hand side of PND will be unlatched
from this receiver.
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(2) Remove the PND.
Hold the PND on the right side, lift up and pull it
toward you to remove it.
2
Turning the PND Display ON and OFF
Operation
■ Attaching the PND
(1) Latch the left-hand side of PND to the
receiver.
Engage the catch at the left end of the PND with
the lock on the main unit.
(2) Attach the PND to the receiver.
Press the right-hand side of PND until it clicks in
position.
Using the Audio Cover
■ How to Detach the Audio Cover from the
Main Unit
■ Using the Audio Cover
After detaching the PND, we recommend you to
use the audio cover for this receiver.
■ Fitting the Audio Cover
(1) Mount the left end of audio cover on
this receiver.
Engage the catch at the left end of the audio
cover with the lock on the main unit.
(2) Mount the entire audio cover on this
receiver.
Press the right-hand side of audio cover so that it
fits and clicks.
(1) Press the [Release] button.
This removes the right edge of the audio cover
from the main unit.
(2) Remove the audio cover.
Hold the audio cover on the right side, lift it up
and pull it toward you to remove it.
Hands-Free
Sensor
Microphone
and
Light
The PND is equipped with a built-in hands-free
microphone and a light sensor. For details on
how to use the hands-free call function or
configure light sensor settings, refer to the
operation manual of the PND.
IMPORTANT
Pressing a sharp object against the hands-free
microphone or the light sensor may damage them.
Light sensor
Built-in hands-free microphone
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Operation
Loading/Unloading a Disc
When the screen shines due to ambient
sunlight, you can adjust the angle of the display.
To listen to music, insert the music CD in the
slot, and to play a DVD, insert the DVD disc in
the slot.
CAUTION
■ Loading Steps
When adjusting its angle, take care not to pinch
your fingers. Otherwise you may hurt yourself or
cause mechanical damage.
CAUTION
• Do not place a cup or can on the display
while the display is opened. Doing so may
damage the display.
IMPORTANT
• Do not press the [
(OPEN/EJECT)] button
while inserting a disc into the slot.
Do not mount a disc when the display is tilted.
Otherwise the disc or this receiver will be
scratched and damaged.
IMPORTANT
(1) Hold down the [
(OPEN/EJECT)]
button for 2-3 second until BEEP sound.
• You can change the tilt angle in one step each
time you press the button.
• The angle can be changed in 5° increments,
and can be tilted up to 30°.
ATTENTION
• You can open the display even when it is
tilted. When you close the display, it returns
to the preset angle.
• If you tilt the display and turn the ACC OFF,
the display will return to the upright position.
However, when you turn the ACC ON, the
display returns to the preset angle.
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This receiver can play 8cm CDs and 8cm DVDs.
To avoid disc problems, insert a disc without using
an adapter.
2
Adjusting the Display Angle
Operation
(1) Press the [
(OPEN/EJECT)] button.
The display will open and the disc insertion slot
will open.
• When you insert a CD into slot, its music will be
played or the MP3/WMA play will start.
■ CD/DVD unloading steps
IMPORTANT
CD, MP3/WMA, DVD disc
• Do not close the display when the ejected
disc remains in the slot. Doing so may
damage the unit or the disc.
• Do not push and close the display by hand,
or the display will be damaged.
• Wipe and clean the display immediately if
juice or another liquid drops on it. If not the
display will be damaged.
• To protect the display from heat and dust,
keep the display closed except when you
load or unload a disc.
• If the disc does not eject (for example, if it is
jammed), hold down the [
(OPEN/
EJECT)] button for more than 5 seconds.
(2) Insert a disc into the slot.
• The display will close automatically when the
disc is inserted.
(1) Press the [
(OPEN/EJECT)] button.
• Hold a DVD or CD correctly (by inserting your
finger in its center hole and by holding the disc
edge by another finger), face the disc label side
upward, and insert the disc into the slot.
(2) After the disc has been ejected, remove
the disc and then press the [
(OPEN/
EJECT)] button.
This will opens the display and ejects the disc.
ATTENTION
• When you insert a DVD into slot, its movie will
be played in the DVD mode.
As this receiver has a single disc slot, you can
load only one CD or DVD disc at a time.
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Operation
• Sub-display may look white or black when
viewed from an angle.
• Also, the screen may shine and became
difficult to watch due to ambient sunlight.
Operation Conditions of this Receiver
You can or cannot operate this receiver in the following conditions (the ignition key positions).
: Operable; ×: Inoperable
Engine switch position
OFF
(LOCK)
Audio
function
Video
function
ACC
ON when
stopped
*1
×
*1
×
ON
when running
Display opened
Some
functions
are
inoperable
for
safety
reasons.
Voice guidance and music
play are active.
×
Audio is played.
Disc is ejected.
Only Vol is enabled for
operation.
Some
functions
are
inoperable
for
safety
reasons.
For your safety, only voice
guidance and music play
are active.*2
*1 When the parking brake is engaged
*2 DVD and iPod-video are not displayed during driving.
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×
Both image and audio
(iPod-Video
only)
are
played.
Disc is ejected.
Only Vol is enabled for
operation.
2
Sub-display
Operation
Setup of This Receiver
(1) Hold down the [SRC] button for 1 or
more seconds.
(3) Touch Enable AUX
Audio mode will be turned OFF.
Setup of This Receiver
You can select the guide tone, illumination and
another useful functions of this receiver.
(2) Hold down the [CTRL] button for 1 or
more seconds.
(3) Touch Enable guide tone
.
It turns ON and OFF each time you touch
Enable guide tone . (Default is OFF.)
(4) Touch Next .
(5) Touch Done .
ATTENTION
• If the DISC is not removed within 15 seconds
after ejecting the DISC, a BEEP is sounded
regardless of whether this setting is ON or
OFF.
• A BEEP is sounded regardless of whether
this setting is ON or OFF when the audio
mode is set to OFF.
ATTENTION
The VTR function cannot be used.
■ Enable guide tone
Turn the “Guide tone” ON or OFF. If turned ON,
a guidance tone can be heard when you
operate a button.
■ Enable AUX
Turn the “AUX setting” ON or OFF. It is
recommended that the AUX setting is left in the
“ON” setting. If it is ON, you can select source
from the AUX input.
(1) Hold down the [SRC] button for 1 or
more seconds.
Audio mode will be turned OFF.
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(2) Hold down the [CTRL] button for 1 or
more seconds.
.
It turns ON and OFF each time you touch
Enable AUX . (Default is ON.)
(4) Touch Next .
(5) Touch Done .
■ Dim sub-display
If “Enabled”, the sub-display brightness
changes when you turn the car lights (side
marker light, tail light, and license plate light)
ON.
(1) Hold down the [SRC] button for 1 or
more seconds.
Audio mode will be turned OFF.
(2) Hold down the [CTRL] button for 1 or
more seconds.
(3) Touch Dim sub-display
.
It turns ON and OFF each time you touch
Dim sub-display . (Default is ON.)
(4) Touch Next .
(5) Touch Done .
■ Link night view to headlights
If it is set to “Enabled” and if the Dim subdisplay is ON, the PND display switches to the
night view mode when you turn the car lights
ON.
(1) Hold down the [SRC] button for 1 or
more seconds.
Audio mode will be turned OFF.
(2) Hold down the [CTRL] button for 1 or
more seconds.
(3) Touch
Link night view to headlight
.
It turns ON and OFF each time you touch
Link night view to headlight .
(Default is ON.)
(4) Touch Next .
(5) Touch Done .
(4) Touch Change .
The illumination is switched as follows each time
you touch the Change .
Red (Default) ↔ Blue
(5) Touch Done .
ATTENTION
The illumination brightness of the main unit
changes as the vehicle’s illumination brightness
is adjusted using the vehicle's illumination
control dial.
Select the Right or Left navigation voice
channel.
(1) Hold down the [SRC] button for 1 or
more seconds.
Audio mode will be turned OFF.
(2) Hold down the [CTRL] button for 1 or
more seconds.
(1) Hold down the [SRC] button for 1 or
more seconds.
(3) Touch Next .
(2) Hold down the [CTRL] button for 1 or
more seconds.
(3) Touch Next .
(1) Hold down the [SRC] button for 1 or
more seconds.
Audio mode will be turned OFF.
■ Voice guidance
■ Illumination
The illumination colors can be switched.
Audio mode will be turned OFF.
■ Camera setting
Set the camera to the AUTO or MANUAL
operation mode.
In the AUTO mode, camera view is displayed on
the PND when you shift the lever to reverse
position or when you long press the [SCREEN
AV/NAV] button. In the manual mode, camera
view is displayed when you long press the
[SCREEN AV/NAV] button.
(4) Touch Change .
The Right and Left navigation voice channels are
switched each time you touch the Change .
(Right channel is selected by default.)
(5) Touch Done .
(2) Hold down the [CTRL] button for 1 or
more seconds.
(3) Touch Next .
(4) Touch Change .
The AUTO and MANUAL operations are switched
each time you touch Change . (AUTO is set
by default.)
(5) Touch Done .
Screen Adjustment and Setting
■ Turn Display OFF
(1) Press and hold the [MUTE] button.
Press the [SCREEN AV/NAV] button to return to
the previous screen.
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Operation
Operation
Adjusting the Screen
When you have stopped the car, you can switch
from DVD or iPod-video image to the
Adjustment screen and you can adjust the
display contrast and brightness.
■ Setting the Aspect Ratio of Screen
Brightness
(1) Press and hold the [CTRL] button
during DVD image display.
(2) Slide
to the right to make the
display brighter, and slide it to the left
to make the display darker.
(1) Press and hold the [CTRL] button
during DVD image display.
(2) Touch
.
Tint (only for NTSC video)
(1) Press and hold the [CTRL] button
during DVD image display.
(2) Touch
(2) Slide
to the right to enhance the
contrast, and slide it to the left to
reduce the contrast.
DVD:
Touch
touch
(3) Slide
to the right to enrich the
color, and slide it to the left to lighten
the color.
(1) Press and hold the [CTRL] button
during DVD image display.
(1) Touch 16:9 , 4:3 or Zoom .
You can display the switch as follows.
Color
Contrast
CHECK
You can set an aspect ratio of DVD, iPod-video
screen.
.
(3) Slide
to the right to enrich the
green, and slide it to the left to enrich
the red.
ATTENTION
If no adjustments are made within 6 seconds,
the image quality adjustment screen will be
canceled.
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Next on the operation screen, and
Display .
iPod-video:
Touch
Display on the operation screen.
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Operation
• 4:3 mode
Enlarges or reduces the screen with the 3
(vertical) by 4 (horizontal) aspect ratio. Black
stripes are displayed at both sides.
• Zoom mode
Enlarges or reduces the screen equally in the
vertical and horizontal directions, fitting the
width to the screen size.
ATTENTION
• 16:9 mode
Enlarges or reduces the screen with the 9
(vertical) by 16 (horizontal) aspect ratio. (This is
the normal DVD display screen size).
The user should not experience any problems
when watching a video on the wide screen on a
personal basis. If you compress or enlarge the
screen for commercial purposes or to display to
the public, it may infringe a copyright that is
protected by copyright laws.
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Operation
Switching the Audio Source
Switching the audio source
(1) Press the [SRC] button.
The audio source is switched as follows each
time you press the [SRC] button.
FM/AM → DISC (CD or DVD)*2 → USB*1*4 →
AUX*3 → iPod*1*4 → FM/AM → ...
*1 Cannot be selected if the corresponding
device is not connected to the main unit.
*2 Cannot be selected if no disc is loaded.
*3 Cannot be selected if the AUX setting is set to
OFF.
*4 If the PND is not connected to the main unit,
you cannot select the USB mode or iPod
mode.
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Operation
Adjusting the audio volume
CAUTION
Do not perform operations such as adjusting of the
audio volume while driving a vehicle. Operate after
parking the vehicle in a safe place.
Muting the Volume
(1) Press the [MUTE] button.
• The sound is muted.
• Press the [MUTE] button again to return to the
previous sound level.
• If you increase the volume during muting, the
muting is canceled and the sound level
increases from the previous volume level.
• The navigation voice guidance can be heard
even when you have muted the audio system.
(1) Turn the [VOL] rotary knob.
Turn to the right to increase the audio volume.
Turn to the left to decrease the audio volume.
ATTENTION
• Adjust the volume to a level that does not
compromise safe driving.
• You can control the volume level from 0 to 80.
• The actual sound level may vary based on
selected source. Adjust the sound level
appropriately according to the audio source
you select. For volume control, see “Adjusting
the SVC (Source Volume Control)” on page
27.
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Volume Control
Operation
Adjusting the sound quality
You can fine-tune the audio sound using the
audio control mode.
Switching Audio Control Modes
IMPORTANT
• The audio control mode is cancelled if no
button is pressed within 6 seconds.
• You can check your settings on the PND
screen when it is attached. When detached,
you can check the settings on the subdisplay.
■ Adjusting the BASS
You can adjust the bass (low sounds).
(1) Press the [CTRL] button repeatedly
until “BASS” is displayed.
(2) Adjust the audio bass (low sounds) by
turning the [VOL] rotary knob.
To the right:
Emphasizes low sounds.
■ Adjusting the MIDDLE
You can adjust the mid-range sounds.
■ Balancing
(1) Press the [CTRL] button repeatedly
until “MID” is displayed.
Between Right and Left
Speakers (BALANCE)
You can adjust the balance of right and left
speakers.
(2) Adjust the mid-range sounds by turning
the [VOL] rotary knob.
(1) Press the [CTRL] button repeatedly
until “BAL” is displayed.
To the right:
Emphasizes mid range sounds.
To the left:
De-emphasize mid range sounds.
(Center position is set by default.)
■ Adjusting the TREBLE
You can adjust the treble (high sounds).
(1) Press the [CTRL] button repeatedly
until “TREB” is displayed.
(2) Adjust the treble (high sounds) by
turning the [VOL] rotary knob.
(2) Adjust the R and L speaker balance by
turning the [VOL] rotary knob.
To the right:
Emphasizes right speakers.
To the left:
Emphasizes left speakers.
(Center position is set by default.)
■ Balancing
Between Front and Rear
Speakers (FADER)
You can adjust the balance (fading) of front and
rear speakers.
To the right:
Emphasizes high sounds.
(1) Press the [CTRL] button repeatedly
until “FAD” is displayed.
To the left:
De-emphasize high sounds.
(Center position is set by default.)
(2) Adjust the front and rear speaker
balance by turning the [VOL] rotary
knob.
To the right:
Emphasizes front speakers.
To the left:
De-emphasize low sounds.
(Center position is set by default.)
To the left:
Emphasizes rear speakers.
(Center position is set by default.)
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■ Setting the loudness mode (LOUDNESS)
Accentuate low and high frequencies when the
volume is low.
When loudness is ON, the apparent deficiency
in the high sounds is compensated for.
(2) Adjust the SVC level by turning the
[VOL] rotary knob.
(1) Press the [CTRL] button repeatedly
until “LOUD“ is displayed.
To the left:
Decreases the sound level of current audio
source.
(The same sound level as FM radio (±0dB) is set
by default.)
(2) Set the loudness control to ON or OFF
by turning the [VOL] rotary knob.
To the right:
Turns ON.
To the right:
Increases the sound level of current audio
source.
To the left:
Turns OFF.
(Turned ON by default.)
■ Adjusting
the SVC (Source Volume
Control)
In this mode you can set the volume level for
each audio source by taking the FM radio
volume level as the reference level.
(The volume level of the audio source you are
currently listening to is adjusted.)
IMPORTANT
If the DVD sound level is too low, adjust the SVC
for it.
(1) Press the [CTRL] button repeatedly
until “SVC” is displayed.
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Operation
Radio Operations
Using the Radio
Tune a Desired Station
CAUTION
SRC button
If the vehicle's battery is disconnected (for repairs
to the vehicle or for removing the main unit), all
stations in memory will be lost. In such a case, set
stations in memory again.
IMPORTANT
TEXT button
Channel selection button
Channel selection button
Listening to the Radio
At times, it may be difficult to maintain optimum
reception because the antenna affixed to your
vehicle is in motion constantly (relative to the
broadcast antenna), encountering continuous
variation in the strength of received radio signals.
Other factors affecting reception include
interference from natural obstacles, sign posts,
etc.
(1) Press the [SRC] button repeatedly until
“FM” or “AM” is displayed on the subdisplay.
■ Manual Tuning
(1) Press the [SELECT (Right)] or [SELECT
(Left)] button.
To the right:
Tunes up for one step.
To the left:
Tunes down for one step.
One step (AM):
10kHz
One step (FM):
200kHz
■ Station Seek
(1) Press the [SELECT (Up)] or [SELECT
(Down)] button.
• When a station having the strong reception
station closest to the one shown on the screen
is tuned, the auto tuning stops. To cancel auto
tuning, press the button again.
• Tuning continues while the [SELECT (Up)] or
[SELECT (Down)] button is held down, even if
there is a station that can be received. When
the button is released, the main unit receives
the station whose frequency is closest to the
frequency from when the button was released.
(2) Press the [BAND] button to switch a
desired band.
ATTENTION
Auto tuning may fail if the received signal is
weak.
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Radio Operations
To the right:
Switches to the next higher preset channel.
To the left:
Switches to the next lower preset channel.
■ Touching a Preset Switch
(1) Touch a preset memory switch.
Saving a Station in Memory
You can save a radio station in memory in the
auto or manual mode.
If the stations have been stored in memory, a
station can be selected by touching a preset
switch.
■ Auto Saving
■ Manual Saving
(1) Select a station you wish to save by
Manual tuning or Auto tuning.
(2) Touch the preset switch for 1 or more
seconds to store a radio station into
memory. If Guide Tone is enabled, a
“BEEP” sound will be heard.
IMPORTANT
• You can select a station by simply touching a
preset switch (any of [1] to [6]). The
frequency of the selected station is shown
on the display.
• When you save a new station in memory, the
existing station will be replaced.
• If you can tune fewer than six stations, the
remaining stations are kept in memory.
(1) Touch Preferences .
The registered preset station will be selected and
the corresponding station will then be received.
Selecting a Radio Band
(1) Press the [BAND] button.
The receiver band is switched as following each
time you press the [BAND] button.
FM1 → FM2 → FM3 → AM → FM1 → ...
The selected station will be saved, and the preset
channel number and frequency will be shown on
the display.
To manually set additional selected stations for
the remaining preset channels, repeat this
procedure for each channel.
Six stations can be memorized for each of FM 1,
2 and 3, and six stations can be memorized for
AM, making a total of 24 stations.
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■ Selecting a Preset Channel
(1) Press and hold the [SELECT (Right)] or
[SELECT (Left)] button for 1 or more
seconds.
Radio Operations
(2) Touch ASM .
Preset Scan
Displaying the information
This function enables reception of all the
stations in the preset switches to be played for
five seconds each.
(1) Touch Preferences .
The automatic station selection will start when a
beep is heard. A search will be conducted from
the lowest frequency through progressively
higher frequencies and stations with strong
reception will be memorized for preset
registration numbers [1] to [6]. When the
registration procedure has been completed, a
BEEP sound once and the station memorized
last (i.e. the one memorized for P6) will continue
to be received. Subsequently, when you listen to
the radio you will be able to select stations by
calling up preset numbers.
To stop ASM, touch
Stop ASM .
You can display the current frequency on the
Sub-display.
(1) Press the [TEXT] button.
• Current frequency is displayed on the Subdisplay for 2 seconds if the [TEXT] button is
pressed and the PND is connected.
• The current frequency is displayed on the Subdisplay constantly and the PND is not
connected.
Turning the Radio OFF
(2) Touch Preset SCAN .
(1) Hold down the [SRC] button for 1 or
more seconds.
Press the [SRC] button again and the station
prior to power off will resume.
The stations of preset switches P1 to P6 will be
scanned sequentially. Each station is turned for
five seconds.
To
cancel
the
preset
Stop SCAN .
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scan,
touch
CD Player Operations
Listening To a CD
Insert a CD into the disc slot, and it will start
playing.
SRC button
CAUTION
Song information switching button
BAND button
Track selection (start point) / Fast-forward
(rewind) button
• Do not press the [
(OPEN/EJECT)] button
when you are inserting a CD into disc slot.
This may cause a personal injury and
damage to the front panel.
• Do not drive your car while the front panel of
this receiver is kept open. The panel may
cause unexpected personal injury in the
case of a sudden stop or similar event.
• Do not attempt to close the front panel by
hand. Doing so may damage the panel.
(1) Press the [SRC] button repeatedly until
“CD” is displayed on the sub-display.
Play the CD.
ATTENTION
• If track titles and other data are recorded in
the CD-Text, you can display them.
• Note that the CD-Text of a CD-R/RW disc
may not be displayed.
Selecting a Desired Track
You can cue a desired track.
(1) Press the [SELECT (Right)] or [SELECT
(Left)] button.
To the right: Advances to the next track.
IMPORTANT
• Playback may be intermittent when there is a
scratch on a CD or when the recorded side
is dirty.
• If the following CD name and logo are
shown, the disc title and track titles are also
recorded on the disc.
Text information will be displayed during
playback.
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To the left (pressing once): Returns to the
beginning of the track being played.
To the left (pressing more than two times):
Returns to the previous track.
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Using the CD Player
CD Player Operations
Fast Forward/Rewind
You can fast forward or rewind the track
currently being played.
Repeating the Same Track
(1) Touch Preferences .
Random Play
(1) Touch Preferences .
(1) Hold down the [SELECT (Right)] or
[SELECT (Left)] button for 1 or more
seconds.
To the right:
Fast forwards a track.
To the left:
Rewinds a track.
(2) Touch Repeat song
.
(2) Touch Random songs
.
Fast Forwarding or Rewinding continues until the
button is released. If Guide Tone is enabled, a
“BEEP” sound will be heard when the fast fast
forward or rewind action is initiated.
Finding a Desired Title
(1) Touch SCAN .
• The track repeats to play.
• All titles in the CD are played in random order.
• When you touch Repeat song
, the
track repeats until you cancel it.
Touch Repeat song
again to cancel the
repeat play.
• When you touch Random songs
, the
random play continues until you cancel it.
Random songs
When you touch
again, the random play is canceled.
The main unit will play the first 10 seconds of
each track. Touch Stop SCAN again to
continue playing a current track.
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CD Player Operations
Track Data Display
The current track number and the elapsed time
can be shown on the sub-display.
(1) Press the [TEXT] button.
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• Track No. is displayed on the Sub-display for 2
seconds if the [TEXT] button is pressed and the
PND is connected.
• Display on the Sub-display will be as following if
the [TEXT] button is pressed and the PND is
disconnected.
Track No. ↔ Elapsed time
Switching Between CD-DA and
MP3/WMA
If a disc contains both sound data (CD-DA) and
MP3/WMA music files, you can switch among
them.
(1) Press the [BAND] button.
Display is switched as following each time you
press the [BAND] button.
CD-DA → MP3/WMA → CD-DA …
Stopping the CD Play
(1) Hold down the [SRC] button for 1 or
more seconds.
When you press the [SRC] button again, the
music restarts from the stopped position.
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MP3/WMA Player Operations
Using the MP3/WMA Player
Playing an MP3/WMA File
When you insert a CD-R/RW disc having an
MP3/WMA file into disc slot, the file is played.
SRC button
CAUTION
Song information switching button
Track selection (start point) /
Fast-forward (rewind) / File selection button
Folder selection button
• Do not press the [
(OPEN/EJECT)] button
when you are inserting a CD into disc slot.
This may cause a personal injury and
damage to the front panel.
• Do not drive your car while the front panel of
this receiver is kept open. The panel may
cause unexpected personal injury in the
case of a sudden stop or similar event.
• Do not attempt to close the front panel by
hand. Doing so may damage the panel.
• If a non-MP3/WMA file has the “.mp3” or
“.wma” file extension, it may be recognized
erroneously as an MP3/WMA file. When
such a file is played, a high level of noise
output may occur and may damage the
speakers. Take care not to assign the “.mp3”
and “.wma” extensions to non-MP3/WMA
files.
IMPORTANT
• Playback may be intermittent when there is a
scratch on a CD or when the recorded side
is dirty.
• The CD-ROM supports a folder or file
selection function.
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(1) Press the [SRC] button repeatedly until
“CD” is displayed while a CD-R/RW disc
is in the drive slot.
• Play the file.
• The files are usually played in the following
sequence:
→
→
→
→
→
→
“[A configuration example of MP3/WMA
supported CD]” on page 40.
• If multiple MP3/WMA files and folders are
located in the same hierarchy, they are played
in the ascending order of file and folder names.
• If you try to insert a non-MP3/WMA format file,
“NO SUPPORT” warning is displayed.
Selecting a Desired Folder
You can select a desired folder from the disc.
(1) Press the [SELECT (Up)] or [SELECT
(Down)] button.
Up: Goes to the next higher folder and plays the
first track of this folder.
Down: Goes to the next lower folder and plays
the first track of this folder.
MP3/WMA Player Operations
You can select a desired music file from the
folder.
IMPORTANT
If music data (CD-DA) and MP3/WMA data are
mixed on the same disc, you can switch the
playback file format by pressing the [BAND]
button.
(1) Press the [SELECT (Right)] or [SELECT
(Left)] button.
To the right: Advances to the next file.
To the left (Press once.): Returns to the
beginning of the playing file.
Fast Forward/Rewind
You can fast forward or rewind the currently
playing track.
(1) Hold down the [SELECT (Right)] or
[SELECT (Left)] button for 1 or more
seconds.
To the right:
Fast forwards a track.
To the left:
Rewinds a track.
Fast Forwarding or Rewinding continues until the
button is released. If Guide Tone is enabled, a
“BEEP” sound will be heard when the fast fast
forward or rewind action is initiated.
To the left (Press twice or more.): Returns to the
previous file.
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Returning To the Root Directory
You can return to the root directory and play its
file.
IMPORTANT
If no file is found in the root directory, a file in the
first folder is played.
(1) Hold down the [SELECT (Down)] button
for 1 or more seconds.
• You can return to the root directory and play its
file.
• For an MP3/WMA file creation example, see “[A
configuration example of MP3/WMA supported
CD]” on page 40.
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Selecting a Desired Music File
MP3/WMA Player Operations
Finding a Desired Music File
Current folder
First song of each folder .
(2) Touch
or
IMPORTANT
• To continue playing a desired track or file,
turn the Scan function OFF.
• The entire disc is scanned once, and the
normal play starts from the position where
you started to scan.
• When you select “Playing the Start of
Tracks/Files”,
“Repeated
Playing”,
or
“Playing the Tracks/Files in Random Order”,
its function is shown as “SCAN”, “ALL”,
“RPT”, or “RAND” on the display.
(1) Touch SCAN .
Repeating a Music File
IMPORTANT
When you select “Playing the Start of Tracks/
Files”, “Repeated Playing”, or “Playing the Tracks/
Files in Random Order”, its function is shown as
“SCAN”, “ALL”, “RPT”, or “RAND” on the display.
(1) Touch Preferences .
• Touch
Cancel to return to the previous page.
• Current folder: Plays the first 10 seconds of
each track contained in the same folder layer.
First song of each folder: Plays the first 10
seconds of track in each folder.
When you touch Stop SCAN , the current
track continues to play.
(2) Touch Repeat
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.
MP3/WMA Player Operations
Current song
Current folder .
(3) Touch
or
Random Play
(3) Touch
All songs
Current folder
or
.
IMPORTANT
• Current song: Repeats the current file.
Current folder: Repeats files of the current
folder.
(1) Touch Preferences .
Current folder: Plays files in random order
contained in the same layer of the current folder.
All songs: Plays files of all folders in random
order.
• When you set "Repeat song", the file is
repeated until you cancel it. Touch
again to cancel repeating.
Repeat
(2) Touch Random
.
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When you touch Random , the random play
continues until you cancel it. When you touch
again, the random play is
Random
canceled.
If you touch Repeat
during random play,
the current track is repeated. When you touch
again, random play restarts.
Repeat
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When you select “Playing the Start of Tracks/
Files”, “Repeated Playing”, or “Playing the Tracks/
Files in Random Order”, its function is shown as
“SCAN”, “ALL”, “RPT”, or “RAND” on the display.
MP3/WMA Player Operations
Displaying of Music File Information
The current track number and the elapsed time
can be shown on the sub-display.
(1) Press the [TEXT] button.
• Track No. is displayed on the Sub-display for 2
seconds if the [TEXT] button is pressed and the
PND is connected.
• Display on the Sub-display will be as follows
when the [TEXT] button is pressed and the
PND is disconnected.
Track No. ↔ Elapsed time
Switching Between CD-DA and MP3/
WMA
If a disc contains both sound data (CD-DA) and
MP3/WMA music files, you can switch between
them.
(1) To play an MP3/WMA music file, press
the [BAND] button.
Stopping the MP3/WMA File
(1) Hold down the [SRC] button for 1 or
more seconds.
When you press the [SRC] button again, the last
track is played.
MP3/WMA
■ Playable MP3 File Standards
• Supported standards:
MPEG-1 Audio Layer III
• Supported sampling frequencies:
8, 11.025, 12, 16, 22.05, 24, 32, 44.1, 48 kHz
• Supported bit rates:
8 to 320kbps
• Supports VBR.
MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer 3) is a standard
format for audio compression technology. By
using MP3, a file can be compressed to onetenth the size of the original.
WMA (Windows Media™ Audio) is Microsoft's
voice compression technology. WMA files can
be compressed to a size smaller than MP3 files.
This receiver accepts certain MP3/WMA file
standards, recorded media and formats. Use
the following notes when you write MP3/WMA
files on a disc.
Press the [BAND] button again to play the CD-DA
data.
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• Does not support free format.
• The MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 standards define
different bit rates.
• Supported channel modes:
Stereo, Joint Stereo, Dual
Monaural
channels,
■ Playable WMA File Standards
• Supported standards:
WMA Ver. 9 Standard Decoder Class 3
satisfied
• Supported sampling frequencies:
22.05, 32, 44.1, 48 kHz
• Supported bit rates:
20 to 320 kbps
• Supports VBR. (5 to 320kbps)
• Does not support lossless compression.
• Playable
sampling
supported bitrates
frequencies
and
Sampling frequencies (Hz)
Bitrates
(bps)
48k
44.1k
2 (ch)
2 (ch)
■ ID3/WMA Tags
You can store ID3/WMA tag character
information such as track titles and artist names
in an MP3 and in a WMA file.
This receiver supports ID3v.1.0 and ID3v.1.1
tags. Use only ASCII code to record tags, since
only ASCII code is supported by this receiver.
Always use ASCII code characters to record
tags. If you use non-ASCII code characters,
their display may be unreadable.
This receiver supports the WMA tag (v1.20.02).
WMA tags having only Unicode are supported.
Always use Unicode characters to enter the
information.
192k
160k
128k
96k
×
80k
–
64k
×
48k
×
VBR
192k Max
192k Max
: Playable
×: Cannot be played.
–: Combination not available
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■ Supported Media Types
You can play MP3/WMA files recorded on a CDROM, CD-R or CD-RW disc. Compared to CDROM media commonly used for music discs,
CD-R and CD-RW discs are fragile in high
temperature/high humidity environments and
one section of the CD-R/CD-RW may become
incapable of playback. Fingerprints or scratches
on the disc may prevent playback or cause
skipping during playback.
Sections of CD-R/CD-RW may deteriorate if left
inside a vehicle for long periods of time.
We recommend that you store UV-sensitive CDR and CD-RW discs in shielded cases.
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MP3/WMA Player Operations
MP3/WMA Player Operations
■ Format of Discs
You can use the following format discs on the
player.
• Disc formats:
CD-ROM Mode 1, CD-ROM XA Mode 2
(Form 1)
• File formats:
ISO9660 Level 1 or Level 2
ROMEO system, JOLIET system
MP3/WMA files recorded in a format other
than the one explained above may result in
files that cannot be played normally and in file
names and folder names that do not display
properly.
Limitations in addition to standards are as
follows.
• Maximum directory layers:
8 layers
• Maximum characters for folder and file
names:
30 characters (including delimiter “.” and 3
characters of file extension) for MP3, but 15
characters (including delimiter “.” and 3
characters of file extension) for WMA.
• Supported characters for folder and file
names:
A to Z, 0 to 9, and underscore (_)
• Number of files that can be stored on a single
disc:
512
• Number of folders that can be stored on a
single disc:
255
[A configuration example of MP3/WMA supported CD]
Folder
1
Root directory (
)
MP3/WMA audio file or text file
2
1
2
3
A total of 512 files can be created within a single disc.
Files aside from MP3/WMA files (Example: 004.txt)
also count as single files.
3
4
5
4
5
6
6
1st level
2nd level
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3rd level
4th level
MP3/WMA Player Operations
ATTENTION
If a non-MP3/WMA file has the “.mp3” or “.wma”
file extension, it may be recognized erroneously
as an MP3/WMA file. When such file is played,
a very large noise is output and speakers may
be damaged. Do not save a non-MP3/WMA file
with the “.mp3” or “.wma” extension.
■ Multi-sessions
Multisessions are supported and CD-R/RW with
recorded MP3/WMA files can be played.
When written with “Track at once”, however,
finalize the disc with session close or write
protect.
■ Playing MP3/WMA
When you load a disc with MP3/WMA files, the
system first checks all files recorded on the
disc. If the disc has many files and folders, the
system may take a certain time to check them.
While the system is checking the disc, the
music that had been playing continues to play.
To quickly check files, we recommend that you
do not save non-MP3/WMA files and not to
create unnecessary folders on the disc.
Also, we recommend you to write the entire
data in a single session as the system takes a
longer time to read the CD control information
of a multi-session disc.
■ MP3/WMA Playing Time Display
It is possible that playing time will not be
correct, depending on the writing condition of
the MP3/WMA file.
• It is possible that playing time will not be correct
when VBR Fast Up/Down is operated.
■ Display Sequence of MP3/WMA File and
Folder Names
Names of MP3/WMA folders and files at the
same layer are listed in the following order.
1 First, MP3/WMA files are listed in the
ascending order of numbers and letters.
2 Then, folders are listed in the ascending
order of numbers and letters.
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Creating and Playing MP3/WMA Files
The making of MP3/WMA files by recording
from sources such as broadcasts, records,
recordings, videos and live performances
without permission from the copyright holder for
uses other than personal enjoyment is
prohibited.
■ Downloading From an MP3/WMA Music
Site on the Internet
You can find various types of MP3/WMA music
distribution sites including online shopping, trial
listening, and free downloading sites on the
Internet. You can download music files from
those sites by following their payment and other
downloading rules.
■ Converting a Music CD to MP3/WMA Files
Prepare a PC and a market-available MP3/
WMA encoder (conversion) software. (Some of
them are free.) Load a music CD on the PC's
CD-ROM drive and compress the music CD by
following the specified procedure of the MP3/
WMA encoder software. MP3/WMA-format
music data files are created. A 12cm music CD
(having a maximum of 74 minutes of recording/
650MB of data) can be compressed to 65MB
(about 1/10 of the original size).
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■ File Names
Only a file with the “.mp3” or “.wma” extension
is recognized as an MP3 or WMA file. Always
save an MP3/WMA file with the “.mp3”/“.wma”
extension.
The “.mp3” or “.wma” file extension must be
single-byte lowercase letters.
MP3/WMA Player Operations
■ Writing MP3/WMA Files On a CD-R/RW
Disc
MP3/WMA files can be recorded on CD-R/RW
by using a CD-R/RW drive connected to a
computer. Record by setting the recording
format of the recording software to ISO9660
level 1 or level 2 (not including extension
format).
Select CD-ROM (mode1) or CD-ROM XA
(mode2) for the disc format.
■ When Playing Back CD-R/RW
Insert a CD-R/RW disc having recorded MP3/
WMA files. When you load a disc, This Receiver
automatically determines whether it is a music
CD or a CD-R/RW disc having MP3/WMA files
and plays it correctly. Also, This Receiver can
play a music CD written on a CD-R/RW disc.
However, depending on the type of disc being
used, the disc may not play.
CAUTION
• The 128kbps fixed bit rate and 44.1-kHz
sampling frequency are recommended for a
high quality of playback sound.
• Note that some CD-R and CD-RW discs may
not be read due to their characteristics.
• Because there are many types of MP3/WMA
encoding software available, including
commercial and freeware programs, audio
quality may deteriorate, noise may be
generated when playing starts and some
recordings may not play, depending on the
condition of the encoder and the file format.
• When files other than MP3/WMA files are
recorded on a disc, the system may take
some time to recognize the disc and it may
not play the disc.
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USB Music File Player Operations
(1) Connect the USB memory to the USB
connector.
SRC button
(2) Press the [SRC] button repeatedly until
“USB” is displayed on the sub-display.
This receiver can play a music file stored in a
USB memory drive. Only MP3 formatted files
can be played from USB memory. WMA and
other formats are not supported.
Playback will begin.
Fast Forward/Rewind
IMPORTANT
• Music from USB memory can only be played
when the PND is attached to the receiver.
• Please be sure to disconnect or turn off any
external devices such as USB memory when
turning the vehicle off. Otherwise, the main
unit may not recognize these devices when
the vehicle is turned back on. If this does
happen, please disconnect and reconnect
the device to start playback.
• There is the possibility that some files in a
USB memory will not be played back
normally (eg. only the first 1 second is
played back, or the count display stops) if a
lot of small MP3 files (1 minute or less) are
stored in the USB memory. However, this
does not signify a fault in this product or the
USB memory.
It is possible to fast forward/rewind the track
currently being played.
(1) Hold down the [SELECT (Right)] or
[SELECT (Left)] button for 1 or more
seconds.
TEXT button
Track selection / Fast-forward (rewind) button
Playing USB Music Files
CAUTION
• Connect the USB cable correctly so that it
does not interfere with the safe operation of
your vehicle.
• After connecting USB memory, the message
“Don't remove the storage device until
scanning is finished” is displayed. Never turn
off the power or remove the PND or USB
memory during scanning. It may destroy the
data in the USB memory. When removing
the USB memory drive, always switch the
display to the audio screen and touch
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.
To the right:
Fast forwards a track.
To the left:
Rewinds a track.
This switches to the fast forward or rewind mode,
and continues fast forwarding or rewinding until
you remove your finger from the button.
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Using the USB Music File Player
USB Music File Player Operations
Selecting a Desired Music File
(1) Touch Select .
• You can search for a file or artist name by
touching Find .
You can select a track you want to play.
(1) Press the [SELECT (Right)] or [SELECT
(Left)] button.
• To the right:
Advances to the next file.
To the left:
Returns to the beginning of the file being
played.
To the left (Press more than two times):
Returns to the previous file.
• The selected track (file) will be played.
(2) To
select
a
track
to
play,
touch
Playlist , Artist , Album , Song , or
Genre .
This displays the list screen of the selected
mode.
Finding a Desired Music File
CAUTION
• Folder selections using the audio buttons
are not supported in USB mode, unlike in
CD-ROM playback mode.
• In the case of navigation voice guidance,
USB playback will be interrupted. Guidance
will come from the selected speaker.
(Default: Front left speaker)
(3) Touch the name of the music file to be
played.
• This plays the selected music file.
• When
or
appears, touch them to
change the page of the music file list.
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• You can search for a music file by entering
alphanumeric characters.
USB Music File Player Operations
(1) Touch Preferences .
(2) Touch Repeat song
.
• This repeatedly plays the currently played
music file.
• Once you touch Repeat song
, the
selected music file will be repeated until the
repeat
function
is
released.
Touch
Repeat song
again to cancel the
random play.
Random Play of Music Files
(1) Touch Preferences .
(2) Touch Shuffle songs
.
Once you touch Shuffle songs
, the
random play continues until you cancel it. Touch
Shuffle songs
again to cancel the
random play.
Stopping the USB Music File Player
(1) Hold down the [SRC] button for 1 or
more seconds.
■ Removing of the USB Memory
CAUTION
• Make sure to follow the following procedures
when removing the USB memory. Failure to
follow the specified procedure may result in
the loss of data in the USB memory.
• To remove the USB memory, make sure to
switch the display to the audio screen and
touch
before removing. Data in the
USB memory may be destroyed if the USB
memory is removed without touching the
.
(1) Switch the display to audio mode
screen, then touch
.
(2) Remove the USB Memory.
About the TEXT button
Display the USB mode on the Sub-display.
(1) Press the [TEXT] button.
Playable USB Memory Standards
• Supported file format:
FAT 16/32
• Supported audio format:
MP3
• Maximum current:
500mA
• Compatibility:
USB 1.1/2.0 (The MAX transfer rate is
12M bps for USB1.1.)
• Mass memory support:
USB mass storage (such as an externally
attached HDD) is not supported.
Playable MP3 File Standards
• Supported standards:
MPEG-1, MPEG-2, and MPEG-2.5
• Supported sampling frequencies:
MPEG-1:32,44.1,48 kHz
MPEG-2:16,22.05,24 kHz
MPEG-2.5:8,11.025,12 kHz
• Supported bit rates:
8, 16, 24, 32, 40, 48, 56, 64, 80, 96, 112, 128,
160, 192, 224, 256, 288, 320kbps
• Supported VBR (64 to 320kbps)
USB mode is displayed on the Sub-display for 2
seconds when the [TEXT] button is pressed
when the PND is connected.
• Does not support free format.
• Supported channel modes:
Monaural, Stereo, Joint Stereo, Dual-Channel
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Repeatedly Playing the Same Music
File
USB Music File Player Operations
ID3 Tags
MP3 files have an “ID3 Tag” that allows input of
information so that data such as a track title and
artist can be saved.
This receiver supports ID3v. 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3
and 2.4.
Format of USB Memory
USB memory files must have the ISO 9660 Level-1 or Level-2 format.
The following explains the definitions of these standards.
• Maximum directory layers:
8 layers
• Maximum characters for file names:
Up to 256 characters (Total of folder name, file name, “.”, and 3-character file extension)
• File name characters that you can use:
A to Z, 0 to 9, and underscore (_)
• Max number of files that can be stored in a single memory:
2000 files
001.mp3
002.mp3
003.mp3
004.txt
005.mp3
1498.mp3
1499.mp3
2000.mp3
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A total of 2000 files can be created within
a single USB memory drive.
Files aside from MP3 files (Example: 004.txt)
are included in the 2000 files.
DVD Player Operations
Before Using the DVD Player
This receiver can play high quality images and
high quality digital sound from DVD videos.
Also, you can select any of the languages (such
as dubbing and subtitles) recorded on the DVD
by switching the video and audio channels. If
the same scene is recorded in different angles,
you can select an angle and play the video in
the desired angle.
■ Multi-Angle Function
Some DVDs support the multi-angle function
that enables you to play the same video scene
with multiple angles and change to the desired
angles while playing.
• The user's ability to view multiple video angles
depends on the DVD.
■ Subtitle Display Function
Some DVDs support the multi-subtitle display
function that enables you to change the subtitle
language to the desired one while playing. If
necessary, you can disable the subtitle function
to play a video.
• The user's ability to display subtitles depends
on the DVD.
CHECK
This function is available only in the DVD video
mode.
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Advantages of Digital Versatile Disc
(DVD)
■ Multi-Audio Function
Some DVDs support the multi-audio function
that enables you to use multiple languages and
change the audio language to the desired one.
• The user's ability to change the audio language
depends on the DVD.
• The video angle changes.
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DVD Player Operations
■ Region Code of Playable Disc
Discs
■ Types of Playable Discs
This receiver supports the NTSC or PAL color
television system; therefore, please use the
type of discs labeled “NTSC” or “PAL” on the
discs or packages. This receiver cannot play
discs that support a color television system
(SECAM, etc.) other than NTSC or PAL.
Type and
mark of
playable disc
Size/playing
side
Max. playing
time
12cm/1 side
1 layer
2 layers
<MPEG
system>
133 min.
242 min.
2
12cm/2 sides
1 layer
2 layers
<MPEG
system>
266 min.
484 min.
2
(region code), which is indicated on some
DVDs, represents areas they can be played in.
This receiver cannot play discs that do not have
“1” or “ALL” indicated on this mark. If you
attempt to play such a disc, the message “you
cannot play this disc.” will appear. Note also
that some discs may be subject to regional
restrictions, meaning that this receiver will not
play them, even though they list or state a
region code.
■ Mark Indicated on Disc
The following table shows the marks that are
indicated on DVDs or packages.
Mark
Description
Indicates the number
of audio tracks.
Indicates the number
of subtitles.
ATTENTION
The playback status may be determined in
response to the DVD or software creator's
intention. This receiver plays disc contents
intended by the software creator; therefore,
functions may not operate as you intend. Be
sure to read the user's guide that comes with
the disc to be played.
Indicates the number
of angles.
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Mark
Description
Indicates the image
aspect
ratio
(ratio
between the height
and width of the TV
screen) able to be
selected.
• “16:9” indicates a
wide screen, and
“4:3” indicates a
standard screen.
Indicates by use of a
number regions where
the disc can be played.
• “ALL”
indicates
that the disc can
be
played
anywhere in the
world, and the
number indicates a
region code. “1” is
the region number
for North America.
DVD Player Operations
■ Disc Configuration
The videos and tracks recorded on a DVD are divided into sections.
A large section is referred to as a title, to which a title number is assigned. A title is divided into chapters, to which chapter numbers are assigned.
Chapter 1
Title 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 1
DVD-Video
Title 2
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 1
Title 3
Title number
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter number
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Products equipped with Macrovision
This receiver is equipped with copyright protection technology that is protected under U.S.A. patents and other intellectual property rights, which are held
by Macrovision Corporation or other rights holders. Using the copyright protection technology requires the permission of Macrovision Corporation, and
the technology must be used only in general households and other limited viewing environments, except when expressly permitted by Macrovision
Corporation. Remodeling or disassembly of this machine is prohibited.
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DVD Player Operations
Operation Flow
The section explains how to operate the DVD player or search for images or default settings.
• Touching touch switches displays the operation screens shown below.
DVD player operation screen
Menu operation screen
Touch the screen
Done
Back
Next
Number
Back
Menu number search screen
Search
Done
Set up
Title screen
Done
Back
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Back
DVD Player Operations
IMPORTANT
To ensure driving safety, you cannot watch a video
while driving.
CHECK
You can watch a video on a DVD only when you
have stopped your vehicle and applied the
parking brake for safety reasons while the
engine switch or ACC is turned on. (If the
source is switched to the DVD player while the
car is moving, only the audio function becomes
active.)
SRC button
Watching a DVD Video
Insert a DVD into the disc slot, and it will start
playing.
■ Playing a Video
(1) Touch
.
(1) Press the [SRC] button repeatedly until
“DVD” is displayed on the sub-display.
• The disc starts to play.
• If the operation switches (touch switches) are
not being displayed, touch the screen.
• If you try to play an invalid DVD, ”NO
SUPPORT” appears.
■ Fast Forward/Rewind
It is possible to fast forward or rewind through
the video being played.
Video Operations
IMPORTANT
• The touch buttons and other operation icons
are shown for approximately 6 seconds.
Touching the screen will display them again.
• Depending on the disc, automatic playback
may not function, or playback may not
function unless a menu recorded on the disc
is selected. See “Disc Menu Operations” on
page 52.
TEXT button
Chapter selection / Fast-forward (rewind) button
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Fast Forwarding or Rewinding Using Panel
Switch
(1) Hold down the [SELECT (Right)] or
[SELECT (Left)] button for 1 or more
seconds.
To the right:
Fast forwards a video.
To the left:
Rewinds a video.
Fast Forwarding or Rewinding continues until the
switch is released. If Guide Tone is enabled, a
“BEEP” sound will be heard when the fast fast
forward or rewind action is initiated.
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Using the DVD Player
DVD Player Operations
Fast Forwarding or Rewinding Using Touch
Switches
(1) Hold down
or
■ Stopping a Video
(1) Touch
ATTENTION
.
The recorded menu items vary depending on
the disc. This machine plays what is recorded
on the inserted disc; therefore, functions may
not operate as intended.
.
Fast Forwarding or Rewinding continues until the
switch is released. If Guide Tone is enabled, a
“BEEP” sound will be heard when the fast fast
forward or rewind action is initiated.
About the TEXT button
(1) Press the [TEXT] button.
Disc Menu Operations
You can operate the menu recorded on the disc.
(1) Touch Menu or Top Menu .
(2) Touch
• Display on the Sub-display will be as follows
when the [TEXT] button is pressed and the
PND is disconnected.
Chapter No. ↔ Elapsed time
.
■ Pausing a Video
(1) Touch
.
When video is paused (
), press
Slow Play frame-by-frame play starts.
• Chapter No. is displayed on the Sub-display for
2 seconds when the [TEXT] button is pressed
and the PND is connected.
.
Stopping a DVD
(1) Hold down the [SRC] button for 1 or
more seconds.
(3) Touch
,
,
, or
select the playback menu.
(4) Touch Enter .
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, and
Press the [SRC] button again to play the last
video.
DVD Player Operations
Finding a Desired Video
You can search for a desired video with a title,
chapter, or menu number (number assigned for
each content).
■ Finding by Chapter
(2) Touch - , + , -10 , or +10 , and
enter the title number.
(2) Touch Number .
• If you touch - or + , the title number is
decreased or increased by one.
• If you touch -10 or +10 , the title number is
decreased or increased by 10.
(1) Press the [SELECT (Right)] or [SELECT
(Left)] button.
(3) Touch - , + , -10 , or +10 , and
enter the menu number.
To the right:
Selects the next chapter.
To the left (Press two or more times):
Returns to the previous chapter.
■ Finding by Title Number
• If you touch -10 or +10 , the menu number
is decreased or increased by 10.
(3) Touch Enter .
■ Finding by Menu Number
(1) Touch
.
(1) Touch Search .
(4) Touch Enter .
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• If you touch or + , the menu number
is decreased or increased by one.
To the left (pressing once):
Returns to the beginning of the chapter being
played.
DVD Player Operations
Changing the Touch Switch Display
You can change or hide the touch switch display
while playing.
■ Hiding the Touch Switch
(1) Touch Done .
Touching the screen will display the touch
switches again.
Changing the Screen Display and
Audio Mode
You can change the subtitle language, audio
language, or display angle of a video being
played.
(3) Touch Change angle .
Each time you touch Change angle , the
angle number is changed, and the angles
recorded on the disc are toggled in sequence.
■ Changing the Angle
If the target disc supports multiple angles, you
can change them when displaying a video.
CHECK
While the multi-angle mark appears on the DVD
operation screen, you can change the currently
displayed angle.
(1) Touch Next .
■ Relocating the Touch Switch Display
(1) Touch
(2) Touch Angle .
■ Changing the Subtitle Language
If the target disc supports multiple subtitle
languages, you can change them.
IMPORTANT
Depending on the disc, it may only be possible to
change subtitles from the top menu.
.
(2) Touch Up or Down .
(1) Touch Next .
The touch switch display moves up or down each
time you touch Up or Down .
(2) Touch Sub title .
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DVD Player Operations
(3) Touch Change subtitle .
Each time you touch Change subtitle , the
subtitle number is changed, and the subtitle
languages recorded on the disc are toggled in
sequence.
(1) Touch Next .
DVD Player Setting
(2) Touch Audio .
You can pre-specify the play-back audio mode
or the language used to display subtitles or
menus. You can also configure settings to
display or hide the multi-angle mark or specify
the parental screening level.
(1) Touch Next .
(2) Touch Set up .
(3) Touch Change audio .
IMPORTANT
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■ Changing the Audio Language
If the target disc supports multiple audio
languages, you can change them while playing.
Each time you touch Change audio , the
audio number is changed, and the audio
languages recorded on the disc are toggled in
sequence.
(3) Touch on each switch to configure the
following setting.
• Depending on the disc, it may only be
possible to change subtitles from the top
menu.
• This receiver does not support the dts
(digital theater system) format; therefore, no
audio will be emitted when “dts audio” is
selected for a disc that contains dts audio. If
audio is securely recorded on the DVD video
with no audio emitted, select “Dolby Digital
audio”.
• dts is a registered trademark of the US
company Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
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DVD Player Operations
Touch switch
Function
Audio language
Specifies the
audio
language of a
video to be
played.
(4) Touch Done .
56
Specifies the
subtitle
language of a
video to be
played.
57
Menu language
Specifies the
language used
to display the
menu.
57
Parental setting
Limits DVD
videos that
can be played.
58
Video out
Switching of
the aspect
ratio of Screen
for rear seat
monitor is
performed
when a rear
seat monitor is
connected.
Sub title
Parental setting
display
Video out , touch Next
• To
• To return to the previous screen, touch
Back .
Page
■ Specifying the Audio Language
You can watch the playback video in the desired
language.
(1) Touch Audio language on the initial
setting screen.
Entering the Code
(1) Touch Other on the preferential audio
language setting screen.
(2) Enter the desired language code.
• For the language code, see “Language Code
List” on page 60.
• To cancel your entry, touch
.
(2) Touch the desired language.
If you touch Other , you can specify a
language other than the one displayed on the
screen.
(3) Touch Select .
Touch
Back to return to the previous page.
ATTENTION
If the selected language is not compatible with
the disc, you will not be able to change to that
language.
(3) Touch Done .
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or
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DVD Player Operations
■ Specifying the Subtitle Language
You can view the playback video in the desired
subtitle.
Entering the Code
(1) Touch Sub title on the initial setting
screen.
(2) Enter the desired language code.
(2) Touch the desired language.
• If you touch Other , you can specify a
language other than the one displayed on the
screen.
(1) Touch Other on the preferential
subtitle language setting screen.
• For the language code, see “Language Code
List” on page 60.
• To cancel your entry, touch
.
■ Specifying the Menu Language
You can specify the language to display menus
recorded on the disc.
(1) Touch Menu language on the initial
setting screen.
(2) Touch the desired language.
If you touch Other , you can specify a
language other than the one displayed on the
screen.
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• If you touch OFF , you can play a video
without viewing subtitle on the screen.
(3) Touch Select .
Touch
Back to return to the previous page.
ATTENTION
(3) Touch Done .
If the selected language is not compatible with
the disc, you will not be able to change to that
language.
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(3) Touch Done .
DVD Player Operations
Entering the Code
(1) Touch Other on the menu language
setting screen.
(2) Enter the desired language code.
• For the language code, see “Language Code
List” on page 60.
• To cancel your entry, touch
.
■ Specifying the Parental Screening Level
You can restrict viewing of scenes that are
inappropriate for children, for example, adultthemed or violent scenes. The parental
screening levels can be specified in stages
depending on levels.
CHECK
(3) Touch the number digit by digit to enter
the code number.
If the code number has not yet been set, “----” is
displayed in the upper field.
If the code number has not yet been set, the
input number will be registered as the code
number.
This function is not available for discs that do
not support the parental screening level
function.
(1) Touch Next
screen.
on the initial setting
(2) Touch Parental setting .
(4) Touch Select .
(3) Touch Select .
Touch
Touch
Back to return to the previous page.
Back to return to the previous page.
(5) Touch the desired parental screening
level.
ATTENTION
If you have entered an incorrect code number,
eject the disc once, and specify the parental
screening level again.
If the selected language is not compatible with
the disc, you will not be able to change to that
language.
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DVD Player Operations
• The code number is necessary. If a number is
not entered, setting of viewer restriction will
not be activated.
• Once a code number is specified, you must
enter it when using this item next time and
after. Be careful not to forget the code
number. If you forget the code number, touch
10 times while the code number field
remains blank; you can initialize (clear) the
current code number.
• Parental screening levels are classified into
the following three groups / categories.
Level 1
Plays only DVD software created specifically
for children. (Prohibits playing general and
adult-themed DVD software.)
Levels 2 to 7
Plays only the general and child-friendly DVD
software. (Prohibits playing adult-themed
DVD software.)
Level 8
Plays all DVD software. (Default)
■ Switching the Video Output
(1) Touch Next on the setting screen.
(2) Touch Video out .
• The screen output setting can be changed by
touching Video out .
4:3 (LETTER BOX) → 4:3 (PAN&SCAN) → 16:9
→ 4:3 (LETTER BOX) …
ATTENTION
The user should not experience any problems
when watching a video on the wide screen on a
personal basis. If you compress or enlarge the
screen for commercial purposes or to display to
the public, it may infringe upon a copyright that
is protected by copyright laws.
• 4:3 (PAN&SCAN)
The left and the right edges of the video image
are cropped. DVDs recorded with the 4:3 ratio
are displayed in the original ratio, which fits the
screen perfectly.
• 4:3 (LETTER BOX)
Displayed in the usual wide size mode. DVDs
recorded with the 4:3 ratio are displayed with a
black strip on the left and the right edges or in a
horizontally spread proportion.
• 16:9
Displayed with a black strip on the upper and
the lower edges. DVDs recorded with the 4:3
ratio are displayed in the original ratio, which
fits the screen perfectly.
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ATTENTION
DVD Player Operations
Language Code List
These codes are used to specify the language for audio tracks, subtitles and on-screen menu displays.
Code
1001
0514
0618
0405
0920
0519
1412
1821
2608
1115
0512
0101
0102
0106
0113
0118
0119
0125
0126
0201
0205
0207
0208
0209
0214
0215
0218
0301
Language
Japanese
English
French
German
Italian
Spanish
Dutch
Russian
Chinese
Korean
Greek
Afar
Abkhazian
Afrikaans
Amharic
Arabic
Assamese
Aymara
Azerbaijani
Bashkir
Byelorussian
Bulgarian
Bihari
Bislama
Bengali
Tibetan
Breton
Catalan
Code
0315
0319
0325
0401
0426
0515
0520
0521
0601
0609
0610
0615
0625
0701
0704
0712
0714
0721
0801
0809
0818
0821
0825
0901
0905
0911
0914
0919
Language
Corsican
Czech
Welsh
Danish
Bhutani
Esperanto
Estonian
Basque
Persian
Finnish
Fiji
Faroese
Frisian
Irish
Scots-Gaelic
Galician
Guarani
Gujarati
Hausa
Hindi
Croatian
Hungarian
Armenian
Interlingua
Interlingue
Inupiak
Indonesian
Icelandic
Code
0923
1009
1023
1101
1111
1112
1113
1114
1119
1121
1125
1201
1214
1215
1220
1222
1307
1309
1311
1312
1314
1315
1318
1319
1320
1325
1401
1405
Language
Hebrew
Yiddish
Javanese
Georgian
Kazakh
Greenlandic
Cambodian
Kannada
Kashmiri
Kurdish
Kirghiz
Latin
Lingala
Laothian
Lithuanian
Latvian
Malagasy
Maori
Macedonian
Malayalam
Mongolian
Moldavian
Marathi
Malay
Maltese
Burmese
Nauru
Nepali
Code
1415
1503
1513
1518
1601
1612
1619
1620
1721
1813
1814
1815
1823
1901
1904
1907
1908
1909
1911
1912
1913
1914
1915
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
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Language
Norwegian
Occitan
Oromo
Oriya
Panjabi
Polish
Pashto
Portuguese
Quechua
Rhaeto-Romance
Kirundi
Romanian
Kinyarwanda
Sanskrit
Sindhi
Sangho
Serbo-Croatian
Sinhalese
Slovak
Slovenian
Samoan
Shona
Somali
Albanian
Serbian
Siswati
Sesotho
Sundanese
Code
1922
1923
2001
2005
2007
2008
2009
2011
2012
2014
2015
2018
2019
2020
2023
2111
2118
2126
2209
2215
2315
2408
2515
2621
Language
Swedish
Swahili
Tamil
Telugu
Tajik
Thai
Tigrinya
Turkmen
Tagalog
Setswana
Tonga
Turkish
Tsonga
Tatar
Twi
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Volapuk
Wolof
Xhosa
Yoruba
Zulu
iPod Player Operations
Music files or video files on the iPod can be
played when the receiver is switched to iPod
mode and an iPod is connected. Using this
receiver, you can perform operations such as
selecting a file from a list or changing to the
shuffle playback mode.
IMPORTANT
• For details on the iPod functions, refer to the
iPod operation manual.
• This section explains the operation of the
iPod and assumes that the iPod is
connected to the receiver.
• To ensure driving safety, you cannot watch a
video while driving.
• Music or video files in the iPod can be
played only when the PND is attached to the
main unit.
• Please be sure to disconnect or turn off any
external devices such as an iPod when
turning the vehicle off. Otherwise, the main
unit may not recognize these devices when
the vehicle is turned back on. If this does
happen, please disconnect and reconnect
the device to start playback.
IMPORTANT
SRC button
• Please be sure to disconnect or turn off any
external devices such as iPods or USB
memory devices when turning the vehicle
off. Otherwise, the navigation system may
not recognize these devices when the
vehicle is turned back on. If this does
happen, please disconnect and reconnect
the device to start playback.
• Do not make any illegal or unauthorized
copies of music or video files.
• iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered
in the U.S. and other countries.
• iPod is for legal or rightholder-authorized
copying only. Don't steal music.
• “Made for iPod” means that an electronic
accessory has been designed to connect
specifically to iPod and has been certified by
the developer to meet Apple performance
standards.
• Apple is not responsible for the operation of
this device or its compliance with safety and
regulatory standards.
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TEXT button
Track selection / Fast-forward (rewind) button
Listening to the iPod
CAUTION
• Disconnect
headphones
and
other
accessories from the iPod before connecting
it to this receiver. Failure to do so may make
it impossible to operate the iPod from this
receiver.
• If the iPod's equalizer has been preset,
sound output may be distorted when it is
connected to the connection cable.
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Using the iPod Player
iPod Player Operations
IMPORTANT
• Music files or video files playing on the iPod
when connected are played when the iPod is
connected.
• When the iPod (and PND) is reconnected
and switched to iPod mode, or when the
iPod is connected and it is switched to iPod
mode from other modes, playback of the
music file or the video file that was playing
during the previous iPod mode will be
started. However, if the receiver cannot
detect the music file or video file that was
playing previously, it will begin playing from
the first music file or video file.
■ When the iPod is not connected
(1) Connect the iPod to the receiver using
the interface cable.
(2) Press the [SRC] button repeatedly until
“IPOD” is displayed on the subdisplay.
Playback will begin.
■ When the iPod is connected
(1) Press the [SRC] button repeatedly until
“IPOD” is displayed on the sub-display.
Playback will begin.
Fast Forward/Rewind
Finding a Desired Music File
You can fast forward or rewind the track or the
video currently being played.
(1) Hold down the [SELECT (Right)] or
[SELECT (Left)] button for 1 or more
seconds.
To the right:
Forwards a music or video file.
To the left:
Rewinds a music or video file.
CAUTION
If the iPod or PND is disconnected from the
receiver while playing a music file on the iPod, the
receiver will return to the previously selected
mode.
(1) Touch Select .
This switches to the fast forward or rewind mode,
and continues fast forwarding or rewinding until
you remove your finger from the button.
Selecting the Desired Music or Video
File
You can select a desired song or video.
(1) Press the [SELECT (Right)] or [SELECT
(Left)] button.
To the right:
Advances to the next file.
To the left:
Returns to the beginning of the file being played.
To the left (Press more than two times):
Returns to the previous file.
The selected music or video file will be played.
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(2) To select a track or program to play,
Playlist , Artist , Album ,
Song , Genre , or Audio books .
touch
This displays the list screen of the selected
mode.
iPod Player Operations
(3) Touch on the desired song name.
• The Selected music start playing.
• When
or
appears, touch them to
change the page of the music file list.
Setting to the iPod Video Mode
You can select the desired video file from Video
Playlists, Movies, Music videos, or Video
Podcasts.
• You can search for a file or artist name by
touching Find .
CAUTION
(4) Touch on the desired video name.
• This plays the selected video file.
• If
or
appears, touch them to
change the page of the video file list.
• You can search for a file or artist name by
touching Find .
• You can play a video file on the iPod only
when the PND is connected to the receiver.
• If the iPod or PND is disconnected from the
receiver while playing a video file on the
iPod, the receiver will return to the
previously selected mode.
(1) Touch Select .
• Special characters cannot be used.
(2) Touch Video .
(3) To select the video you want to play,
Video Playlist ,
Movies ,
Music Videos , or Video Podcasts .
touch
The iPod video selection screen appears.
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• You can search for a video file by entering
alphanumeric characters.
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• You can search for a music file by entering
alphanumeric characters.
iPod Player Operations
Playing
Repeatedly Playing the Same Music
File
This function is available in the iPod video
mode.
(1) Touch Preferences .
(1) Touch
(2) Touch Repeat song
.
• Once you touch Repeat song
, the
selected music file will be repeated until the
repeat
function
is
released.
Touch
Repeat song
again to cancel the
random play.
Random Play of Music Files
This function is available in the iPod video
mode.
(1) Touch Preferences .
(1) Touch
(2) Touch Shuffle songs
.
.
Once you touch Shuffle songs
, the
random play continues until you cancel it. Touch
Shuffle songs
again to cancel the
random play.
Touch
to pause the display. Touch
to resume playing.
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(1) Touch Display .
(2) Touch 16:9 , 4:3 or Zoom .
.
• This repeatedly plays the currently played
music file.
Pausing
Switching Aspect Ratio of Screen
After the screen size has been switched, the iPod
setting screen appears for approximately 6
seconds.
About the TEXT button
Display the iPod mode on the Sub-display.
(1) Press the [TEXT] button.
iPod mode is displayed on the Sub-display for 2
seconds if the [TEXT] button is pressed and the
PND is connected.
iPod Player Operations
Compatible iPod models
The following iPod models can be used with the
main unit.
iPods not shown in the following table may not
function properly when connected to the
receiver.
iPod 4G*
Minimum iPod
software version
3.1.1
iPod 5G Video
1.3
iPod Classic 80G
1.1.2
iPod Classic 120G
2.0.1
iPod Classic 160G
1.1.2
iPod Nano*
1.3.1
iPod Nano 2G
1.1.2
iPod Nano 3G
1.1.2
iPod Mini*
1.4.1
iPod Touch*
1.1.4
*
(1) Hold down the [SRC] button for 1 or
more seconds.
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iPod model
Stopping the iPod
Video function not available
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AUX Operations
Using the AUX
(3) Touch Enable AUX
the PND display.
SRC button
that appears on
Checked: AUX setting ON
Not checked: AUX setting OFF
IMPORTANT
• While the AUX mode is activated, actions
such as turning off the audio player or
pulling out the connection cord may cause
noise spikes that can damage the system
speakers. Be sure to avoid this possibility by
turning off system power or switching from
the AUX mode to another mode before
shutting off or disconnecting the portable
audio player.
• Audio output levels will differ for the various
devices that can be connected using the
AUX input. Carefully adjust the volume until
the output level of the connected player is
known.
• Before using a portable audio player inside a
vehicle, read the player's operation manual
carefully and confirm that you will be able to
easily operate the device in the vehicle
before proceeding.
Switching the AUX Mode ON and OFF
(4) Touch Next .
(5) Touch Done .
CHECK
If the NAVIGATION screen is displayed, press
the [SCREEN AV/NAV] button to switch to the
AUDIO screen.
(1) Hold down the [SRC] button for 1 or
more seconds.
Audio mode will be turned OFF.
(2) Hold down the [CTRL] button for 1 or
more seconds.
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AUX Operations
Listening to the Portable Audio Player
For details on how to operate the portable audio
player, refer to the instruction manual that came
with the portable audio player.
CAUTION
• Do not operate the portable audio player
while driving.
• The audio output level varies depending on
the connected device. Be aware of the
volume.
ATTENTION
It is recommended that the portable audio
player be powered by its battery when used for
music playback through the AUX mode. If music
playback is attempted while charging the
battery using a vehicle power charger or
accessory socket, additional noises may be
heard.
TEXT Button
Displays the AUX mode on the Sub-display.
(2) Press the [SRC] button repeatedly until
“AUX” is displayed on the sub-display.
• The sound from the connected portable audio
player will be output.
• If the Enable AUX setting is OFF, “AUX” will not
be displayed even if the [SRC] button is
pressed. Set Enable AUX to ON. For details,
see “Enable AUX” on page 20.
(1) Press [TEXT] button.
• AUX mode is displayed on the Sub-display
when the [TEXT] button is pressed and the
PND is connected.
• AUX mode is displayed on the Sub-display
constantly and the PND is not connected.
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(1) Turn on the connected portable audio
player to start music playback.
Turning off the Portable Audio Player
(1) Hold down the [SRC] button for 1 or
more seconds.
Press the [SRC] button again to output audio
sound from the portable audio player.
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Steering Wheel Switch Operations
About the Steering Wheel Switches
Compatibility with Steering Wheel Switches
The table below shows the compatibility between the steering wheel switches and this receiver.
Operation
Common
operations
Switch
Name
Function
Explanation of operation
(+)
(–)
Volume switch
Each momentary actuation of these switches
changes the volume one step. Hold a switch down for
a continuous volume change.
(+): Volume UP
(–): Volume DOWN
(MODE)
Mode
switch
• When this switch is pressed while the power is
turned off, the power is turned on.
• Power is turned off when this switch is held
down while the power is on.
• The mode changes in the following order.
Returns to FM/AM → DISC (CD or DVD) → USB
→ AUX → iPod → FM/AM
When the power is on, the mode changes each
time (MODE) is pressed.
(MUTE)
Mute switch
Mute audio except navigation voice and Bluetooth
phone call.
Press (MUTE) when audio is on to mute audio.
Press (MUTE) when audio is muted to cancel
muting.
Radio operations
( )
( )
Channel
selection switch
• Calls up the preset broadcast channels in
order.
• Starts the automatic channel selection
operation.
Press ( ) or ( ) briefly to select the next or
previous preset channel.
Press and hold ( ) or ( ) longer to start the
automatic channel selection operation.
CD Player
operation
( )
( )
Track selection
switches
• Selects the next track or previous track or
beginning of the current track.
• Fast forward, or rewind
Press ( ) or ( ) briefly to select the next or
previous track.
Press and hold ( ) or ( ) longer to fast forward or
rewind a track.
selection
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Steering Wheel Switch Operations
Operation
Switch
Name
Function
Explanation of operation
( )
( )
File or
selection
switches
folder
• Selects the next or previous file.
• Moves to the next or previous folder.
Press ( ) or ( ) briefly to select the next or
previous file.
Press and hold ( ) or ( ) longer to select the next
or previous folder.
USB operations
( )
( )
File or
selection
switches
folder
• Selects the next or previous file.
• Moves to the next or previous folder.
Press ( ) or ( ) briefly to select the next or
previous file.
Press and hold ( ) or ( ) longer to select the next
or previous folder.
iPod operations
( )
( )
Track selection
switches
• Selects the next track or previous track or
beginning of the current track.
• Fast forward, or rewind
Press ( ) or ( ) briefly to select the next or
previous track.
Press and hold ( ) or ( ) longer to fast forward or
rewind a track.
Function
operations
( )
( )
Chapter selection
and fast forward
or rewind switch
• Selects the next or previous chapter.
• Fast forward or rewind
Press ( ) or ( ) briefly to select the next or
previous chapter.
Press and hold ( ) or ( ) longer to fast forward or
rewind a track.
DVD
10
MP3/WMA
Player operations
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Rearview Camera Operations
Rearview Camera Operations
If a separately sold rearview camera is installed,
you can display the area behind the vehicle on
the PND when shifting into reverse gear.
CAUTION
The rearview camera plays a mirror-reversed
video image in the same way a rear or side mirror
reflects a scene.
ATTENTION
• Do not rely solely on the rearview camera,
use it as additional tool to check for
obstacles.
• Raindrops on the camera unit may result in a
poor video image being displayed.
• The Rear View Camera is strictly a driver
assistance device, and should not be relied
upon as a substitute for safe driving
practices. Use common sense when driving
in reverse and always follow recommended
safe driving guidelines from your state or
local Department of Motor Vehicles regarding
the engagement of reverse gear. To help
prevent accidents, always use caution when
driving in reverse by visually checking to
ensure that your path is clear. When
applicable, that may include conducting a
visual check before you enter your vehicle.
• When the display is cold, it may be difficult to
recognize the contents of the video due to the
screening of a darker image or an image lag.
Make sure to visually check that conditions
are safe around your vehicle while driving.
• The person or obstacle displayed on the
screen may be different from the actual
position due to the characteristics of the
camera lens.
• If you rub or polish the camera cover strongly
with an abrasive or brush with hard bristles, it
may damage the cover, which may affect the
video.
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• The camera cover is made of resin. Do not
allow any organic solvents, body wax, oil film
remover, or glass coating solvent to come in
contact with the camera cover. If contacted,
wipe off the camera immediately.
• Hitting the camera unit may result in a
rearview camera malfunction due to camera
failure. Have your authorized dealer check
the problem early.
• The photographs used in this manual are
examples of displayed images. The actual
field of view displayed on the screen may
differ for your model.
• When you change to reverse gear, the screen
will turn white and then the image will quickly
return to the screen.
• If the camera unit is exposed to strong light
such as sunlight or headlights, a verticallyoriented white zone may appear.
• If the camera is used for a long period of time,
white scratches or vertical lines may appear
as the temperature rises. note that these
phenomena are caused due to the CCD
characteristics.
• The rearview camera is equipped with a
special lens; therefore, distances perceived
through viewing the video screen will be
different from actual distances.
Rearview Camera Operations
Playing a Video through the Rearview
Camera
■ When the Camera Is Set to MANUAL or
AUTO
(1) Hold down the [SCREEN AV/NAV] knob.
This changes to the rearview camera screen.
ATTENTION
• The image field of view displayed on the
screen may vary depending on vehicle or
road surface conditions.
• The image field of view displayed on the
screen is limited; for example, you cannot
display something that is located near both
ends of the bumper or under the bumper.
• Colors shown in the rearward image may be
different from the actual colors of the objects
shown.
• In the following cases, Rearview Camera
vision may be reduced:
• If a high-intensity point (sunlight reflected on
the vehicle body, etc.) is reflected on the
camera, it may result in a smearing
phenomenon* particular to the CCD camera.
<Screen Appearance>
Point of highintensity brightness
*
Smearing phenomenon: Refers to an image
lag that is caused in the vertical direction of a
high-intensity point (sunlight reflected on the
vehicle body, etc.) reflected on the camera.
• In dark places ( at night, etc.)
■ When the Camera Is Set to AUTO
• The temperature near the lens is high or low.
(1) Shift to the reverse gear.
• When there are water drops on the camera, or
when humidity is high (during rain showers,
etc.)
• Foreign substances (mud, etc.) have become
attached to locations on or near the camera.
• The camera lens has been exposed directly to
sunlight or the rays of headlights.
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This changes to the rearview camera screen.
Reference
Troubleshooting Guide
For details on how to use the navigation and hands-free call function, refer to the TomTom manual on the CD-ROM supplied as an accessory
or download it from the URL shown below.
(http://download.tomtom.com/open/manuals/eclipse2/eclipse2/refman/TomTom-en-US.pdf)
If the Following Messages Appear
If the following messages appear, check the status again, referring to the cause and action.
■ CD/MP3/WMA/DVD Modes
Message
Cause
Action
DISC CHECK (PND)
INF3 (Sub-display)
Discs are dirty or damaged.
The loaded disc is dirty or upside down. Check it for
proper orientation and verify it is clean.
DISC CHECK (PND)
INF5 (Sub-display)
CD player fails mechanically.
The CD player is inoperative for some reason.
DISC ERROR (PND)
INF6 (Sub-display)
When the CD player internal temperature is high. (To
• The temperature in the CD player is too high for
operation to continue. Wait until it cools down.
• Resume playing after the “High temperature
sensed and CD stopped” message disappears. If
the CD still cannot play, have your dealer repair it.
DISC ERROR (PND)
INF7 (Sub-display)
An internal power supply failure is occurring.
• Turn off the vehicle's accessory power and turn it
back on to resume operation.
• If this condition persists, please contact your
dealer.
NO SUPPORT (PND)
ERR (Sub-display)
No correct file in CD.
Confirm that the file is present and in a supported format.
protect pickup unit)*
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Reference
Cause
Action
A license-controlled file is included.
Switch the mode, or change the track.
DISC CHECK (PND)
INF3 (Sub-display)
The CD/MP3·WMA/DVD is dirty, scratched, warped or
upside down.
Clean the disc if it is dirty. Insert the disc correctly if it is
upsidedown. Do not use a scratched or warped disc.
DISC ERROR (PND)
INF5 (Sub-display)
The CD/MP3·WMA or DVD player is not operating for
some reason.
Eject the disc.
DISC ERROR (PND)
INF6 (Sub-display)
The temperature of the CD/MP3·WMA or DVD player has
Without performing any other operations, wait until the
become unusually high*
temperature comes down *.
Pass code incorrect (PND)
This message is displayed when the pass code that has
been entered is not correct.
Enter the correct pass code. (See page 58)
Parental lock enabled (PND)
ERR (Sub-display)
Viewing restrictions are enabled.
Change the setting for viewing restrictions and start
again. (See page 58)
Currently this function is disabled. (PND)
A function that has been disabled was selected with the
menu.
Follow the directions on the screen and start again.
Currently this function is disabled. (PND)
A function that cannot be used while the vehicle is in
motion was selected.
Stop the vehicle and set the emergency / parking brake.
Invalid code (PND)
A number not supported was input for selecting a
language code.
Input a valid language code.
Region code error (PND)
ERR (Sub-display)
The region code (controlled region for playback) of the disc
is not acceptable.
Check that the DVD has a region code that can be
played on this equipment. (See page 48)
Requested chapter or title not found. (PND)
The selected chapter/title does not exist.
Select a chapter/title that is on the disc.
*
If this happens, wait for a brief period. When the temperature inside the equipment returns to normal, the message will disappear and playback will start. If the
message does not disappear after a long period of waiting, contact your dealer.
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Message
PROTECT (PND)
PROTECT (Sub-display)
Reference
■ USB Mode
Message
Causes
Remedial action
Don't remove the storage device until
scanning is finished (PND)
This machine is currently reading USB data.
Wait for a brief period.
No songs found (PND)
ERR (Sub-display)
The USB memory does not include any supported audio
files.
Import tracks onto the USB memory to play them.
External USB device is not supported (PND)
ERR (Sub-display)
Communication or play-back error
Wait until the error is corrected, or change the mode.
■ iPod Mode
Message
Causes
Remedial action
This device cannot be connected in this way
- use a different cable (PND)
ERR (Sub-display)
The iPod has been connected to the USB port.
Connect the iPod to the iPod dock cable instead of the
USB port.
READING (PND)
This machine is currently detecting iPod data.
Wait for a brief period.
No songs found (PND)
ERR (Sub-display)
The iPod include no tracks.
Import tracks to the iPod to play them.
No videos found (PND)
ERR (Sub-display)
The iPod contains no video.
Import a video file for the iPod to play.
No songs or videos found (PND)
ERR (Sub-display)
The iPod contains neither tracks nor video.
Import a track or video file for the iPod to play.
Unable connect to iPod (PND)
ERR (Sub-display)
A communication error, playback error, iPod software
incompatibility, or control error occurred.
Connect a playable iPod.
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Reference
Basic Trouble Shooting
A slight difference in operation may be mistaken for a malfunction. Please check the items in the following table first.
If the unit does not work, even after the appropriate remedial action has been taken, please contact your dealer.
CAUTION
If a problem occurs, for instance when the main unit does not respond to any button presses, or the display does not work correctly, press the [Reset] button using a paper
clip or similar item.
Pressing the [Reset] button will delete all the entries from memory. The settings will return to those made at the factory prior to shipment.
[Reset] button
Possible cause
Action
This is a characteristic of the PND-display.
This is not a malfunction. Wait for a brief period.
The display is distorted for a brief period
after the power is turned on.
This is a characteristic of the PND-display backlighting.
This is not a malfunction. The display will stabilize after a
brief period.
No sound comes out.
Volume is poorly adjusted or MUTE is functioning.
Turn the VOL rotary knob to adjust the volume, or
release MUTE.
The music is muted when the PND is attached to the main
unit and when:
• the voice guidance is ON.
This is not a malfunction. The music can be heard again
when the voice guidance finishes or the hands-free
mode is turned off.
• talking in the hands-free mode *
Sound comes out of only one side
(left or right, front or back).
A speaker wire is disconnected.
Check the connections of the speaker wires.
Volume is poorly adjusted.
Check the balance and fader adjustments.
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Phenomenon
The screen is dark for a brief period when
the power is turned on at low temperatures.
Reference
Phenomenon
Possible cause
Sound quality does not change even after
making adjustments.
The adjusted audio quality is not included in the radio
broadcast or disc.
Check by changing the radio station or disc.
A CD/DVD will not go into the deck.
Power is not turned on.
Turn the vehicle ignition switch to [ACC] or [ON].
A disc is already inserted and you are trying to insert a
second disc.
Eject the previously inserted CD/DVD and insert the
preferred CD/DVD.
There is water condensation inside the equipment.
Stop using the equipment for a short time and then try
using it again. (See page 9)
There is a large scratch or warp in the CD/DVD.
Insert a different CD/DVD.
A CD/DVD cannot be played.
Action
The CD/DVD is very dirty.
Clean the CD/DVD. (See page 9)
The CD/DVD is upside down.
Insert the CD/DVD with the proper orientation.
A non-supported type of CD/DVD has been inserted.
Insert a CD/DVD that is supported in the deck. (See
page 9)
Audio is output, but not video.
The screen has been turned off with the screen OFF
button.
Press the [SCREEN AV/NAV] button. (See page 15)
Audio is output, but not DVD video.
(With vehicle stopped.)
The emergency / parking brake has not been set.
Set the emergency / parking brake.
Neither video nor audio is output.
There is a point of light on the display.
The vehicle ignition switch has not been turned on.
Turn the vehicle ignition switch to [ACC] or [ON].
The connection wires and cables are not completely
connected.
Check the connections to each connection wire and
cable.
At least 99.99% of the pixels on the PND-display are
effective, but it is possible that 0.01% of the pixels may not
light or may stay lighted.
This is not a defect, so please use the equipment in this
condition.
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Reference
Phenomenon
There is no “BEEP” sound or audible
feedback when setting presets or when
performing certain functions.
Possible cause
The Guide Tone has not been enabled.
Action
Enable the Guide Tone. (See page 20)
AUX input mode cannot be accessed.
AUX input is not enabled.
Enable the AUX input. (See page 66)
An MP3/WMA file cannot be played.
A disc which contains MP3/WMA files that are not able to
be played using this deck has been inserted.
Insert a disc that is able to be played using this deck.
(See page 38)
A music file stored in the USB memory
device cannot be played.
Music files that are not able to be played using this deck
are stored in the USB memory device.
Store music files that are able to be played using this
deck in the USB memory device.. (See page 45)
A music file in the iPod cannot be played.
A non-supported type of iPod has been connected.
Check the software version of the iPod. (See page 65)
iPod & USB playback do not start
automatically when the vehicle ignition is
cycled on.
This is normal operation.
None.
iPod & USB Shuffle & Repeat settings are
not remembered when the vehicle's ignition
is cycled off and on.
This is normal operation.
None.
Certain functions such as browsing are not
allowed.
The vehicle is in motion and/or the parking brake has not
been set.
Stop the vehicle in a safe location and set the parking
brake. (See page 19)
Depending on your mobile phone, the mute function may not work correctly. If it does not, press the [MUTE] button on the main unit.
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Reference
How to Contact Subaru
Contact information
<Location>
In the Continental US & Alaska
<Contact>
Web: www.subaru.com
Email: www.subaru.com/contactus
Defective products/Warranty
<Defective product / What to do?>
If you suspect that you have a defective product:
1. Before returning to your Subaru Dealer, refer to the page “Troubleshooting
Guide” on page 72 and perform the checks and solutions listed.
2. Make an appointment at a Subaru Dealership to have the system inspected in
order to determine if the product is malfunctioning.
<Warranty>
This product is covered under the terms of the Subaru Limited Warranty for
Genuine Accessories. Please refer to the Warranty and Maintenance booklet
included with your Owner Information Kit for full details.
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Memo
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Memo
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The symbols described below are found in this instruction manual as well
as on the device itself to ensure its proper and safe usage and to prevent
injury or damage to properties. Make sure you understand the meanings
of these symbols before reading the rest of this manual.
ATTENTION
Useful information for smooth operation
CHECK
Handling Notes
Facts to keep in mind when operating
The illustrations of screens shown in this manual may differ from the actual
screens of this product.
Basic safety rules that you must follow and useful operational information
are provided with the following symbols.
• Please read all materials such as manuals and warranties that have
come with the product.
Subaru will not be responsible for unsatisfactory product performance
due to a failure to follow these instructions.
• Changes to product specifications may result in differences between
the content of the manual and features of the product.
WARNING
This symbol indicates a situation in which incorrect handling through disregard
of a symbol may result in death or serious personal injury.
CAUTION
This symbol indicates a situation in which incorrect handling through disregard
of a symbol may result in personal injury or may result solely in damage to
property.
IMPORTANT
Follow this advice to prevent malfunctions or damage to the device.
Perform the indicated action in the event of a malfunction.
Please exercise care when handling the manual.
Forcefully spreading or pulling on pages may result in some pages falling out of
the binding.
Use the manual carefully.
AUDIO VIDEO & NAVIGATION SYSTEM
NOTICE TO OWNER
Please retain this booklet and write the serial number of this product for
identifion and accurate reporting to your local police in the event of theft.
The serial number is labeled or stamped on the chassis.
Please confirm this number at your car dealer or service shop when the
unit has been reinstalled or exchanged to you after repair or readjustment.
Serial No.
090002-33240700
1005(Y)
OWNER’S MANUAL
Manufactured for SUBARU
by FUJITSU TEN LIMITED
AUDIO VIDEO & NAVIGATION SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
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